Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02243
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The Future Of This Section Lies In Our Hands

What Are You Doing -For Its Advancement ?

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Established 1879. = = -. _. .SD t"riT''n-"er: Year $1.50: Six Months! 75c.: -l>_n>able in Advance E. S. Matthews"" Owner.
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Incorporated for Purpose of Develop 1C, Wright Hiring Laborers for
Hi Honor Decorates Beauty
TRACT LAND I ing and Selling Pecan Orchard, I ----- Roiidork in South Florida.F. TO BE OPENED '

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In last week's issue of the Tule- C. night, formerly employed :

graph was published the notice of intention I l h y Atoms ft Sanders as forrmiin on "
SALE MADEOHIO to apply to the Governor of II I II the lateral road wink in thin county, i I] Only Short Dinfunce; Remain to He i"." I

Florida for letters patent, incorporating was arrested Monday on a warrant Rocked ,

!: the Pecan Orchards Company, I sworn out by local road contractor, \
of Starke. This The section of the state highway ,
MAN BUYS VALUABLE company is being I charging him with Illegally recruiting I
between Stnrke alI I UiwUy will bo
promoted by B. F Moseley, of Palm I labor for construction work In
[ PROPERTY SOUTH OF TOWN Beach county, who is now making a I| South Florida Hearing of tho cuso opened\ ti> trulllc thin week providingno
tour of some of the northern I unforeseen delay hold up the
| Ii was poHtpontni I fromVodnosiluy. until
to establish agencies for the sale of II i rapid progress of the crown. Only a
Tuonday the 20th, in
[ Horn-Porter Tract Lying Between countyJUlIIl.'II
short separates the two town
II span
real estate and orchards this
Starke and Hampton \> ill lie in sec! court. I at present mill short work will be
tion. He considerable II I
reports a
Opened For Colonization num- (Contractor in this suction hAve I
mode with it if weather conditions
ber of sales already made and Indi- had considerable trouble holding their I
continue l as good an thoy have been
cations for demand for the
a I i labor, and this Wright's second
One of the largest real estate : was the past few days
: I Ia
properties' once the project gets
: trip I hero for recruiting It
! purposes
transfers during the last few yearn under headway. 9f When this stretch IH completed,
is charged that he had! uocuruil
consumed the week
was past work will be started on completingthe
is organized and incorporated a
I company .
litborerH this
! when E. W. Davis local agent, sold the I on trip to return part of the highway through
for the purpose of selling j
with him to South Florida.
I Horn-Porter tract of land lying between and Stnrko. Practically all of the streets''
developing pecan orchards Wright failed to with the
j Starke and Hampton to Mr.' comply covered by the highway will have
through this section on a scale of sufficient I law governing the transporting of
A. D. Hosterman, of Springfield reduce the more rock placed on them" bringing
magnitude as to
labor from to another in
one county
Ohio. This tract is traversed by the the surface up to tho curbing With
state highway the Seaboard and expense to a minimum, compared to I ,. < I the state, which requires the person this completed... Bradford. county will
an individual orchard and to increase -
soliciting such labor
j Southern railways and is a very valuable ; secure a have seventeen mile of its part of
the QI
to highest
profits possible permit from tho sheriff of the
i piece of property.Mr. point by scientific and systematic : county. the state highway ready for oiling

Hosterman has spent several culture and marketing. This work WALTElTTTllKKN'TN THE: TOII.S I and the surface material. There will
years in different sections of the state > .,. ... remain then the few in HIM north of
will be under the direction and super- +sd' .+. _- .1;.. I
looking the prospects over, and in an vision of some of the most experienced -' ---- Walter Green, a colored boy living Lnwtey to( Clay county line. Tho state
interview Tuesday he stated that he "' uth of Sturkp. bUll added tho experience I convict force has been employed In
of the pecan growers of the county. I Miss Aileen Rift-Kin. American swimming star, was one of the of sleeping behind the bar
j considered this section one I Clay county for several months and
In with this
project a Olympic athletes to receive the New York' City Decoration at the
foremast in the state for agricultur- I to his habit of rousting on stumps' satisfactory progress/ IH reported on
real estate business will be made a hands of Mayor Hylan. Both seemed to enjoy the occasion.
j' al possibilities. With the new state branch of the corporation through I in the swamps the tnt few eights. the grading.I .

highway within a few months of which they aim to acquaint the pub while dodv'inir tho ollUer. lie wa I I County Engineer Ni-lV report that

opening up u neW short route to the lic with the many wonderful oppor- arrested Wednesday night by Deputy I, the machine fur oillngtho rock before -

west coast it i I" his belief that this tunities for profitable investment in Moisten and lodirtvl in the county Jail. thu slag in spread, was shipped

i section i is just beginning on an era Bradford county farms and properties DEFENSE DAY CELEBRATION PLANS (;1.\1 hud the playful habit of August Rth. and in expected to nr-
of development that will eventually | xhooting at automobiles on the -ttati- rive title week. The it.ite road' <1 depnrt-

place it far in the lead. Mr. Moseley will make Starke the highway with n slingshot using rorkHI mi'iit will send n crew here upon ltd

Mr. Hosterman wa Impressed with home office of the company, and will BEING RAPIDLY I WHIPPED IN SHAPE I fur Inilli'tx Roy l-Mwariln: driving a arrival to do tin W.MK

[ the transportation facilities afford- make his home here after October 1. I Ford sedan, had the glass broken on I
{ tin- driver'' side by a well directed i

-- -- rock from Walter's sling. He ;
'n; MEETING: OF BOY SCOUTS j reported [ -Pleaae Don't Laugh I
Committees Plans to Make
JUIU'. FINDS IlltOVVN NOT IUIL.r'V' ; the incident to the Hhc'rlll" olllce,

1 The Boy Scouts met Friday evening September 12 The Biggest i| I)I.' EMIIKXZLKMKNTJoe I 'I und lit that time it was thoughtthn
Girt Honored I IA IIAVoca IP Ia Ie at the home of their scoutmaster j damage was caused l h\' II shot

II. L. Brownlee, and took ]; Dav Starke Has Eever Had I oily:Mullina No DiHilinrged U arrant S'cII from rt'cI.('us.I from a firearm Bloodhounds Werrbrought .
; I II farm anti I
tests in a number of subjects. Council I .. from the state

members giving the tests were: i I At a committee meeting held Wednesday i I In county judlCo'Mlurt Tuesday! I they led the officers. to the home. of"

S. S. Doultng, J. M. Brownlee and J. i i afternoon. from L >m Brown, charged with embezzling Green.
reports committees .
T. UuigU1 F. A. Scott, member of were heard and further plans "two' buggy wheels from M. D. New- I QuestloniiiK thc buy' father lluofllcerH .

the committee, also asisted. found not guilty of the learned aufllflont to convi I'
I laid for the big celebration. and basket manx was .
The following named young men dinner in Starke |chaw and ha was discharged from'dustody. them that the shouting was d1n11'with \
on Friday,
sling In the hands of th' <"
took tests in the subjects mentioned: September 12th, the day set for the Thin was the second trial, a .
William Duncan tenderfoot test. national defense test und demon tra- I the jury failing to reach a verdict in hut he evaded capture lit thai 'in""
Kugenc: :Matthews, a point in first first I trial held laH week. by !going Into a nearby nwiiinp.' -Iii' ft

class teat. tion.The I The- case of state VH Joe Mullins, Sunday Deputy HaUden hUH "lai,. "I"
committee expects.* to have for the boy, remitting In his ( nptnr to' ,
':Merit badge tests, Frank Pattee, charged' with having a moonshine 4eQ ,
with us on that day, besides state Wednesday night. dl
conservation, pathfinding and car i
military officials, some prominent -I ----.-----
pentry. ,
speakers to address the gatherings' TU'I"; Ifl' MADK; (II' FOIL OWN
Owen Griffin, conservation, bird 'without warrant.
Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, to be 1 proper I i KLI'.CTION;I ( iI
study, pathfinding and civics. I Tom Mills, charged with permitting i
the number. A band I la
among prnctically I
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.Tnmes William Brownlee, Conner- augured for that day, and tho' gambling to be carried on at his The city (.,urll'lI met Wedmdiievening .

: ration bird study, camping and ma- committee on amusements promises' place of business, plead guilty. lIe and the following IIIIIIK Mf

I sonry. to have one of the best programsever 'IWUM assessed a fine of $1 and costs being properly presented to the Imilv.
laugh Brownlee, Jr. conservation I Ior :In) days
I arranged for such an occasion. by petitions, were ordered .plured on
: bird study, camping and masonry. The day will at 10 o'clock : J. W. Morgan and Chesloy Fogg, tho ballots for the town electing t"'
Eairle Scout requirements which open gambling plea l guilty and were I' '
I with the amusement committee in > 'be held on Tuesday Heptcniln 'ithi
rank in scouting were fined and 80 days. .
ix the highest $2 costs or i Mayor-C. L. Peek.
charge until the noon hour. The parkhas
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by Hugh Brownlee, Jr. To ,
completed Alderman (three to elect-) A
been selocted for the place to> A L\'A K V.7.: FA U M SELLS IWIYFitgl
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Scout it l is necessary -
Beddoe Walker become an Eagle L. A. Davie Jr., John Uglow, OO'
Sarah ,
Miss spread the basket dinner, and both 10 SOUTH) 'J.OIlW.IA'Il! :' Bryan, I S at a
Philadelphia winner of award as 'I to successfully pass tests ''town and country will mingle and en- I J. W. White. I fWhvn we tell you that big city

brightest student in Philadelphiaand in the following twenty-one studies: joy the feast of good things this sec I Onto of the important real estate Clerk, treasurer und collector I II newspaper editors publish the
University of Pennsylvania Philadel- athletics automobiling, bird study, tion will provide. ''d"l1lIIf! the week was sale of the 450: A. Futih. I above picture and tell theft reader
Scholarship, has won the civics, conservation that Mla Agnes Fisher of Baltl-
Scholarship -nmping, carpentry Other amusement will follow the i' acre farm owned by J. M. Alvarez Tax ASMeMllor--C. A. Knight;
Alumni Regional dressed like this, I le helping
phia craftsmanship, electricity morn
for Bryn Mawr. She will relinquish cooking, first dinner hour and at 2:20'< the local i i lying four miles west of Stark, to A petition was presented to plate Maryland farmers save their craps
the U. of P. scholarship to flremunship, first aid, company of the National Guard will ; )D I. Ames, of Lake Worth the consideration the name of W. M. Edwards on theballot of wheat, hay pigs chickens, tto
enter Bryn Mawr. aid to animals, life-saving masonry give a demonstration. At three being $9,000. Mr. Amps for councilman, Mr. Edwards: I

pathfinding, personal health, pioneering o'clock the parade will form and! will take possession at .an early date i not being a qualified elector hw I .--

I public health scholarship. march through the town to the spot I fend plans to make considerable im- name could not<< he placed thereon (Jl'INfV:/ MAKkKI' *'oTIJKIMir <
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to be selected for the iijjtakers' stand. provi'inentH property. ,
ed by the Seaboard and Southern As there are comparatively few I I In the formation of the parade, the The sale was made through the :'CUMMINS/ JAILED: ) ON:" srAruIOKY 'Mi) ': \1ISKACJOltV
of the most important Eagle Scouts in. the state, it is a :, illAKCK:
railways, one following line-up will be carried out: Starke Real Estate Co., newly organ-
\ problems facing the truck !trowel's.Anoth'M distinct! honor that has been won by I II 1 I Police. ized under charter of the Pecan Orchards -I jiniicy sal.-* fin thu Quincy
j advantage this section possesses ,i Hugh Brownlee Jr., an honor not only Bands. Cu.! j: Wm._ Cummin. n mnMle-u ed nisi: i- I bright tobacco< market for the week

( in his estimation is the short Individually, but for Troop No. 1 of I dent i iINMAN of Sampson (it)', wan arrested! I Ii I j <*n
I distance. to Jacksonville which city which he is a member. I II i Military organizations.. :" SECURES: SPROUTHKN::/- ;Saturday: by oftlcer. from the sheriff'sI on tu the hulf-inillion. Mark at price

II] a few years will more than double' I There will be a regular meeting of i]1 i American U. S. Spanish-American Lcglan. War. CY IN fJAINESVlLLB j I[ office and lodged in the county Jall'l I that ranged UN high as $7U per hunlircil .

its population. A short haul> the Scouts tonight.! (Friday) at 8:00 ,{ charged with a criminal attack ., according tu a statement given
present Inelltimablevlllu. haU.I I! Veterans. G. AL Inman, local manager of the 11-year old girl of that auction. Hei out by the local warehouse.
to a big market is of 1 o'clock at the 1 War the I
Veterans of the between
I Strout Farm Agency has been appointed i will be given u preliminary hearing The market opened. with tho larg
[ to the farmer. I --- BEING ('OS. > States. manager of the Gainesville ; Saturday In county Judge' court est single break of the week, TuoHiluy.
I With the completion of the state 'I'OWF.H! CIRCUITS i I Boy Scouts. branch of the Strout Agency. '' by Attor-
STRUCTED the state to be represented August 12, with Friday's. sates a
I highway the tourist travel into the Camp Fire Giirlj. He will retain the offico In Starke. ney Taylor, of Gainesville in the absence close second. One man, F. M, Bar

{state will be heavy through this eec I.(! Power circuit for; three phase eloc- I Ladies auxiliary societies! of the dividing his time to the work of both of States Attorney Adkln rlneal, from Dorutur county, Georgia,
Itlon. hiterto unknown to those coming constructed Legion and other Veteran' organiza- Mr. Inmun's reputation asa ,
trir. motors are being agenclc! from the state.NEGRO sold tobacco on thin day for an ave.
to the state by automobile. Superintendent Clark and helper II I tions. worker is well known In tho national j rage of 431-2 rent. Other price
await-I I by lied Croos.Other association I'( : : I "CANDIDATK': >R
will possibilities American !
|Many see the Dan force Is the first user to office of the Strout have not ranged so high due princN!
ing settlers in this section and whatthey i connect!' to this source of supply, using patriotic bodies. anti Wall instrumental in securing for CONGRESS IN :HWIItK pally to the fact that the sand leavu A

see and learn Is spread through an electric motor to run his Civlv bodies. him this Important branch office. Prenidrnt. Cordidge Amazed When or first primings, are first placed on a
;the north and west on their return. Officials of the municipal ,government nle..
The tobacco here
this., wood sawing plant. and other SEW f'lIoAL.II: SYSTEM: Asked to Intervene. Is Improving
i While his plans for developing Three phase motors in the larger Fire Departments I I day by day and before the aeaaon

.tract have not been completed, Mr.he sizes are more economical and satisfactory I municipal organizations. The new electric siren to i,e used I Washington-Replying to a letterof : clone! real good tobacco will b. sold,
KHosterman stated that in' general than single Fraternal bodiei. week against the candidacy of a I bringing real
in operation a* a fire alarm arrived last protest ( I good price
Intends to settle this land with farmer motors, and for this reason I School children.Miscellaneous and was installed temporarily near negro In New York state for Congress This i i. the first year that tobacco of
phase and
from his section of the country cast: the power circuits are being : organizations the "Ice plant. :Monday Afternoon electrical President Coolidge expressed this variety has been grown In this

ho are anxious and ready to ted for the benefit of those construe-I citizens generally. S connections were made and the "amazement at the suggestion that section, although It In noted for the

thell' lot in this state. template installing motor COKPENING'SDRUG:" : STORE apparatus given a trial. The tents he Intervene and reafflirrm-d his Intention production of shads grown cigar
Mr. Hosterman is an old newspapernan I
proved satisfactory to the official of administering the constitution wrapper
having owned several of the section F. L. Turner has! sold his interest which he point out "guarantees of the
ofOhio I I working together this 11'\111 I i and as soon all possible the appara- Representative largest! tobacco
_moat influential daily papers a (growth second to none ,Ii in Turner's Drug Store to his part tus will be Installed I on the fire\ bell equal rights ti> all our citizens without I companies are well pleased i
one i iEof experience
during his career. and later )i the state. ner. J. E. Corpening and the store tower. It I la probable that several 1 discrimination, on account of race I with the product offered for sale here

the leading farm papers of the the I|,i: 'in Mr. HOllterman was accompanied I will hereafter be operated under the boxes will be installed in different I or color." and are all firm in their declarations

[country lie was attracted to I this trip to Florida by hla wife name of Corpening Drug Store. Mr. sections of town for turning In an that It Is very fine, considering tho
possibilities of Florida during his I on during the put few days they Corpemng will\ devote his entire timeto alarm. ,|i The bride was gowned In a fact that this in the first year that

.visits here and upon retirement from and taking In the many places serving his patron as efficiently I I dress of dawn colored satin crepe the culture has been undertaken.
been '
the publishing decided to take have do and oli- the men some of them with acrelllloriell to correapond. Her
have Knowing
game the count,. They as is in his power to mo ----
a i hand in developing the resources of of interest themselves In as being delighted clts both local and out-of-town pa- have married incline one to believe attendant, Miss Violet }Fisher wa at- More than 300.000,000) pairs of shoes;

the state. With the co-operation and expressed I this section and particularly tornage. Mr. Turner will continue that such as contend that women were I I tired in a frock of sweet pea*.-Gal- were manufactured In the United

-support of the business interests of SUrke.with 1 his work a* traveling salomao. created foolish.... are. right about it. lion (OInqutr) State in 1923. I
that by -
the county, ha U confident j )

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June 2trd. Received from _______.___-____....____________________.___ 1.19.1 J. W Long A Co. Ena-ra Ert.___3 R_13 -___ ._ 1..C6.i
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D C. Supplies _- .n"- "- --
'" ... <;;r.t."' ....... June June: 24th 6th, Received Received trom from ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-_::::::::::::::::::-. 4JHi:( Bank Bradford.0.County. Pay. rl Pay December roll ________.__.._..._._._.________'___u____. ._-_-n-__- 2t9.5.in (,

....!SaIH. .< tt I Tot.1 Reelpu ________.__n_____________________________IH..8..M Andrews C. A Futch A, Wainwright Incidentals .__._'___oil_o.b._,_-._.1._______________..__._______._..._..__.__._ HI'Gala"

DISBfRSEMKNTS: Andrew AWaiawrlght Bui on Ford .... ._____-_ __ 4"<
; Arson Liv. Suck Final Fit on .... 8----_________._n___._ "<1'1Bryson '
January 1st. 1944-- .. Live Stock C.. on Fence .0 road 1 _.__..-_---...________ 816 H.
A. A. Durden Enp Trnatee meetln .------------------------------ JKX .1 El
remptat1.ens I ._._.. E. Saving A Co Ad. on 41 M. ft. lumber .____.. 1.344
: W. E. To" Truatee -- --
"' Exp meetinc ------------ ---- Flrd .
; J. C. Cone Exp Tru.tae MtlnK .__._.____.._.__________________ ""MS C.: Order A. H. Hohn moving barn Law--------------"'

C. A. Firteh Salary Secretary for De.. .- -.------ !!'00 February _____ .
_._ '- ...____________ 10,00Ran Itils..n.... a Trust Co. Faro, Fat. roads 1.4-5.9.13-_ 1 "
= J. W. Andrewe Son Store room rent
.'. -- -- I.....* Fllna-' 'kridifc _._-______?_____?_u___ 1'00 S-JJ Co. 1-1 Fng.. Fat8.. R I_____________ _..-._--_ JJZJ. !. :
; meals" Father said jovially, coming Crawford R. John A, Co. 1-1 Engr S. ?___-un. 1 .
MEETLNC SAIL WIUGII'-WO.\IA our P. C. Hodne Labor m road --------------- ----- Et. ____________ __________ 1.7''-
cheek. .....cL- ________ _-._____ W. Long A Co. En....*. R. IS ?
h HATER :,,I over and pinching my J. L. Parmenler Labw on Crawford ____?____ __ _-______ i'SJ. F. B John Road foreman E' 12 8. R. 11 ______?______________ 544.2.J. ,
"Wright she's a mighty fine little Rufus Green Labor on Crawford road 00 .. ? --- .. JJJ M. Brownlee gate Bus. ___.________..______ __.___ 10 .
f D. Row Labor on Crawford road ---- -------------- ----- n..ldln. __ ____ _
'10 H W. B Engn. S. R. 11 _______ n 10Robe.
I dressed leisurely( and with unusual lCirl.:' fltarfce Telephone Co Phone erlea ---.--.----------------- ----- 1.67 W D.. SUlpl .__._.________.___________ __ ; I.

care. I always enjoyed getting ,i I was furious with Father and for Kurene H. .* W.Oieteen B. Drew r.Co..,. Level Office rod Suppllea.00___-_-_-----.-_-_-_-_-.---.-._-._____-w-_-_-_- f a'oo_. C. A. Futch Inspect 'mb"lumb--__..___.....__...-__...__._____.. '.

Then Into my I stood filmy and silken surveyed underthinsa.my eve I I I i I: the ilrattitude\ first time irritated in my life me, his beyond"little H.Cash....Fxpto, A. Hull Tallahataee.Enp nn Neff.ample" Matthew material. -r.--7 Rlteh--*---Torod:-"-------------.--- M.'00 J.D.S: F D Bore May Houaer Fence Ga Gas A lumber oil A .oil.-.:---:::::::::::-_-:=:=::=:::::::::=:::::::::: I J*; -'.

frocks. I decided that I would words. lie might just as well have February "t' 1\ 24-- ..--------- nil P C Jon. Supplies S. R 1$ -_____________________________ iAnderaon ';
ning A. A. Harden E.... Truate* meetlnn ------------------ J 00 __ 19.i''
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#1 choose the moat sophisticated of them stripped off my dashing evening J. C. Cone E.p. Trurtee mating --.------. ----------------- ,. ?? A. A. Durden Exp.SUIpll.to Tallahasaee Jan 15th.- .....____--.__--__--_ 17 l I
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I I all. I decided on an orchid georgette, gown/ and clothed me In a pinaforeI C Tnm.n A. F a"eh Rlteh Salary Prom on Matthews Bond -----.-------.-..----.------ MiM 595: E. S. Matthew Roberta Moving Exp T.I.h_.(ITo.Drd.n_Rith.____Neff.105"____n .6'' |
I starred with rhinestones that glisten. hated to be made ridiculous in the Mitchell's Druir Store 8 or.1. oil can -..--.-----.-----..----- -------= "'00 James A Ritch Ina. on Ford. fl car _"._______________?-______________ ''"j: I{

: ed like fireflies as I moved. A scarf eyes of :Mr. Wright, whose whole man- Fuv.ne': Bryan Cutting IotaonouBond.t madT-o---.-.--Rlleh-----a burden-------- l0.9 C. A. Futch Exp. on sample of material _____________...______--_._ z., \I
J. R. Davl. a Co. : : 5 = '
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, i of violet tulle with wispy ostrich ends ner stamped him as a man of the KII40 Dn.elnw road 3 ._.-. ,70Stark. E.ml Neil rarage Salary Suppliea.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: JJ? I

i II I and bandeau of brilliants for my world. T.I. hnn. C... Phone ....1.. --..------------- -- --- .::111R..dfo S. ;Kutehiiwon Salary const Engr _________--_.___________._- J "
' II, a : I ,"" Co. T.I..ph Prindnt nutieea for bids a stationary --:--- 17.91 a Salary aaiist En or.. __.__n_______________________ 'J'1 i! bob completed my attire. Dinner was announced. lumber -------------- C"ln ________________ .
Porter Bro*. 431 ft bridge ------------- 10'00 :J. F. Jr Bal on Salary ___________ 2
P Marjorie had said that Curtiss I was glad I had used candles for J. W. Andrew* A Son Store room rent -----..---_--------- l2i50 W E Torode Material for shed. No. 0 ____________________ ___ 17 '- I
I'I A Son Brldire. lumber -----------.-? ------ LU W. Torode Suppliea for 12 S. R. IS ------------ 41 '
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G W. WalnwrluJit camp ----- .
Wright, who was dining with my they create an interesting atmos- R. U Thomaa FUIn bridea __-_-_._.___ _______________._______ Consumers Lhr Co.. Suppllea _.___ ____________..__________ 12"
father, was an impenetrable person phere. I can remember my mother Jai Rosier Labor on Reddlnr brldire _._..____._____ 100 Andrew* A Wainwright ____._____._____________.____ JJ ..; I'
I' It did often said that woman R. N Crawford Labor on Reddlnir brid* ------- 1'110 100 Bradford Co ., 8ulpll.__._.______.________________________ J4* :
I who disliked all modern girls I having any Reddlnir brldir* --.- Bank of Starke Cop mil 1'01_ ___.________ _____ ___________.. 289.7
not make the slightest difference to was more alluring in their radianceand :J. W GaakiluLabor TO Reddin brld... -_------. S'f\O Robt. W. Hunt A Inspect, _.._.__-_________________ ''II'

1 I me what Mr. Wright thought, but the that many romances were born E Anderson's. M. Raaler Cam Labor ire ofi Reralr. road 14 ......___-_._.__._____?. 112'53 l'U J. J. M.1 Applied on CGnt 1.mb.-._______.____._______________u___ > .
._..... .. --- Msrok 1924-
r challenge from Marjorie was too under their faint and mellow glow. J. W. G* kina Fence...pott, road ro.d 14 14---.-. ----------------------------- S'Oli (1 J, J-MeL Bal on moving house of J. W. Byrd ..___________ .__ 1900'
Everett P.rriahn. sent ----- 400 .._._______._ .____ 210" '
; much for my pride. "What's the program for to- W. H. Monran Fence nan*. road 14 --.-----------.------?- --- 11'00E. J. w. fence etc. S. R. 11 VISVI

I beard Johnson let them in the night?" Father asked. W. Roaier Fence w.n. road 14 ---..------------.---.------- 11.00 E.S. 1.S..ln. A. Est Co Erg S. R,,.. Ft.___. 8.15.4 illlll

it I. ) front door and then voices in the "A dance at the Willow Branch :J. W. ttuklni Fence rant road 14 -----.-. ---.----- -- -----::::== 14.110 F. R. Long Engr.. Eat S. R IS ________________________ .
:J. L Caaklni F.ne. sane. road 14 ----- --- -----------. 11 00 E. R. NefT .C. for Feb. ________.______________...__ 100.7"G.
I hall. First I had thought of letting Club, Alma Davis' dance for her visi :J. 8. Rmi ler Fmtt .run*. road 14 -.--.--.--------------- --- --N "00 A. Collina S.I.Bal In.ld"nt__.__._______________ _.__ __.__ 128.0"" ,

: i them find me curled up cozily on the tor. Then later I'm hoping that some Vaster P..ttneo tans road 14 ---------- 12'00 J. F Kiekliter Jr. Bal on alary n______________-______-___ 80 r,1, )
R N. Crawford F.. ie. canir. road 14 ----------------------- '110 Bradford Co. Telegraph Printing __..______.._.-_____________ 174 --
chaise-lounge in the sun parlor, yet of the crowd will go to Gong's and r..ul.< CM.m Frnc ganr. road 14 ---------------------- 11'14 D. C. Jonea 9appliea n..___--........______-----_____.__.____ 51, '
J I j maybe that pose would be too suggestive get chow mein." W. E. Torod Suppllta feces vane .-.----.-----_..------ J. M. Roller J piling road 9 _.____._________-__-______ __..__ 8' ,
I "do Bradford>ol Bank Pay roll ------.-----..-------------------- ?!'JI Consumer* Lbr Co. Suppliea ________________________-.____.._______ .9s
i of the clinging-vine. So I "Sallie, dear, Father began, Bank of Starke' Pay roll ...__ __- ?-_.-. Anderson Garage Supplies S R 13 ___________________.__________ .it i ,
f ; decided to burst in on them. Besides, you think you should be going aboutto 1. T Terry Labor on Crawford ;;;; :=-......::::::::==-=-:= 10:00: J. t. Houser .A oil S. R. 13 .__-______.___________.______--- .-BFills

all March 4th. 1024- Knle.. I. prints .__. ____________.?__________ __ I-1 I
walking down the steps that led Into these funny Chinese places at A. A.: urden Exp. Truntee meeting .___________________?__.__... I.oct W. E.Curl To.le Lbr camp B. ____________________________ .*..4''
: the living room was always effec hours of the night? I saw where a W. E. Torode Exp. Trustee mating .____..________________________ '.nO W E Torode Supplle* ..m I 12 f. 1. 11 _._._________________.. 11 ".'
.I I tive. I had tried it with satisfactory chop-suey house was raided a few C. A. Futch Salary Secretary Feb. .___._.-______________ n.oo Rube W Hunt Co. Inspect. Lbr. 8. R. 13 ____._____________..__ "09-
I a.f' J. S. Norman Lbr for packing house ____ __ ____.____ ___.__ t7
C A. Piiteh Inrldrnlabi for office ._..__________ _____ -- -- --- J?
results, before. nights ago because, as the paper hadIt C. F.. Method palrlnc fcrldvm __________________-______--.______ IT.!!! 3. T. Quigley 20110 atakm--40 yd*. excavation n______________..______ JJ.no.

I "Sallie!" exclaimed father, rising some of the ''society buds and their 1.: Carmlcheal Repairing, hrldvea __.__.__.______._..__.-_________ 4,50J. F. B. John road foreman camp 12 ________.___n_____________________.___._____.__ '"
_____________8________ 1."I'
W E. Torudo ( S. R. W
A. Auatin Lumber __._ ._.,._____ ____ ___________ 11.00I. < .
and forward "this is a escorts had been going there and n ? u __ __. __ _______ HI"B.nle
coming Andrew A _
Wainwright _
W. Andrew A Son Store mom rent _______.___...._.. .________. 10.00Cltr S"pll. .n -
-- __ ______________________ __ 7
j J pleasure seldom bestowed upon your (I smoking opium !in search of a new llirht A Water Plant Light service ____________________.______ ...1 of Starke Co. Bank Pay I'rl roll Ect_____ ._..._ __._.___________u..__ 1440'6-J
doting old Duil. I am especially glad thrill.: I know the place you go could :3. W. Whllte A Son Oil can road S ____.___________________?________ 1.00 1st l 1..010'
I April
; { table'i that and of Bank of Btarke Pay roll -_-__un....__________....._._____...______.. 4 M E. Pla. 4 Trut Co. Knn. Eat _____-____ S.8.6.1'
\ that you decided to grace the not be anything like J. F ('011." Work on Tractor _.._______ .-..._..__...__...._ ___.. 1.8* F. W. 1..ln.. ... Fngrs Est S. 18 _._._.d. _._._______ _.______ JJJ.J--
tonight because I have brought Mr. I course there's always a chaperone." Town of Lawtey: Pro-ratio R. A B Tax -____.___...____..._-__.... 144.1 S. R John. Co. Engr Est. 3. R. _.__ .__._..__.__.___.______ .:
\ Wright home." lie turned to the tall, "Certainly Father and hoopskirts! 1. W Gaakln 228 fence poet. road 14 _.__..___.___n___._____-._... II SO L. M. Grey Freight on rock S. R. 1_______-___-_______.____ 77SSIAndersons !
1 / W Gasklni Labor fence. ran*, road 14 ____________________.______ 17.00 Garage oil S. I' 13 00__ _____..____..-.____.____ 41
immaculately groomed person standing For they go hand-in-hand. Loulr ( I.m I.nhor fence cane mad 14 ._u..__________________.-_ 11.0* D. C. Jones .. .11 -.._-_ __._____-_________._.____ 1 *.'
at his side. "\Vh)', Sallie, what do you mean ?" K. W ...,' Labor fence. gang. mad 14 ______________________-..-.__ IS.00 C. A. Futch In.ld.ntal S."I. R.. on samples material ________ __._____ 1"
1H' (;..kin. Labor fence gang, road 14 _._________..._____......... 1T.OO Consumer 1. .----.-_ ____.______.._*______.__.___ ,
"Wright, this is my daughter. demanded Dad. Everett Parriah Labor fence rant, road 14 ._______________ __.____ 1J.OO T R. Nelf Salary S."I.. Incld.ntall .__________.______.___n_.____ 'nn '
I i\ The guest bent low over my hand, Before replying I noticed that Mr. I"M Rol.er labor fenee scow. road 1400__._________________________ 11I.0ct a. A. Collins Salary Mar A _.. ._____________________________- 18"."'
with that courtly but the Wright though he had remained Murrhe Labor fence gang road 14 -____...._.________.....__ ffVflrt/ J. F. Kiekliter Jr Bl on Salary for Mar. .._____________h__. JJ ''
an air was H ___________ .
W, Monran tabor fence gang road 14 .... Robt W Hunt Co. Impec. Lbr B. R. IS ________ u "-
i I exaggeration of the movement was silent, was interested in the conversa N. D.: Grlffl labor: (ence tranir. mad 14 -. ---------- -.-.----.-.--_-.-.._ SI.(10 H A W. B. Drew Co S..p"l. Engr Dept -__________.._________ U '

I tinged with satire. j tion. :J. E. Rosier I Labor fence tans road 14 ._m.- --_-_-.-.-_-_-_-_--_.--.-.-...-_._.. 3*.OO DO Ellis Curtis Kooker Bl l. ____________._____________-_.__.__ 44. ,
Ii ._
\ ____..._____.. I '
8 Rosier Labor fence E. A. Sap for right of _
"Just exactly that dear old fogle. gang. road 14 ________.......?..._..?_.. 4 (011M' J. L. D..ln. 0.. R _______W.1 ____..________._______ 5.'
I "Oh I Wright would like I I W L Griff Labor fence OritTia Fo.m.n '
say, you gang, mad 14 .. .._......_......... .. 900 I
H ? Boy Pony camp 12 8. 13 _____._____........_...________ 451"'
j I a drink?" Father broke at the wrong Chaperones aren't good this season w'g' Green' Labor fence gang. road 14 -.-.-._-...-._.-.-_..-__. 1000 w. E. Torode ho"Suppliea camp 12 S. R 13 ________..________ .___._ 11.0 1 ,

moment. "I've some excellent whisky we aren't a bunch of kids, you know April lat 1924A Tond. Supplies fence cane road 1/------__________________ 11.f2. B P..lel"Lbr. for camp 12 8. R. IS ._._____-___.?______u_________ 1" ?,'

r ", Father and A. Durden Smith Garage. Supplies ___._______.......................________ SR.* A*
r or maybe you'd prefer a little rum. we are perfectly capableof Exp j Trustee meeting ----------.._.-.--_--.....-?_.. S.no Andrews A Wainwright Suppllea A labor ___.__________.________ 117 fl I
taking care of ourselves." It was :W. E. TanMle Exn. Trustee meeting ..._____--.--............ S 00 Bradford Co Bank _________________._______. _________ 114.'
k Mr. Wright accepted and they f. C. Cone Exp Trustee' meetlnir __ :::::_....____..__.._.. .._. R:(10 1.. 11 -
not often that I talked to n -- Bank of Stark P. ... ____________--_-.________________._ 177 '>
I moved over to Father's corner cab so plainly C A. Futch Sallary Secretary Mar n____..__..._____.__..__._. 75 00 I. M. Gray Engr Est ________________________._______________..____ ISOOOOjL.
Dad, but I was determined that Mr. H P. Gainey Truck hauling material to Brooker Bridge. .._.....__.... 4 00rarml M. Grey Engr Est ____________________.____________________ 1.U7!
/ (inet. In a moment Johnson appeared should be under the Im- 1"'FL.bo'' on all Brooker bridle ___..._______.......-..?_ 11.00WI' May 2nd. 1924-
in answer to Father's summons, with Wright/ not R. P. \ bridge ...____n_________________._. 1.00 D C. Jones Freight on wire _u_________.?____________._____
4 J the pression that I was a child. Young Labor on fill. Brooker bridge ______.__.._.._........... 2.00 L. M. Grey Freight on rock __________u_____________ __________ a..81"al.-4 I
Interesting paraphernalia for "Sallie Sallie of course I trust Leon Water* Labor on OIL. Brooks bridge .____.....____....._._.. S.00 L. M. Greg Freight on rock _____________...________________n ..
highballs. Ruby Kirby Labor on III. Brooks. bridge __.______..........._..... 1 00 E Fla Savings. A Trust (... Fnicm Fit 1-4-12-13-9 ____u_.__ i.412 "i.
I felt the need of little boost you, my dear," agreed Father. "I expect Porter Broa. lumber -__---u -- ... ------- ..._......._. 1152 S o R. .oha.Co. Engrs Est May 6, S. .. ._.__________._______ 0.854.fF
j a myself to use own good judg- L. A. Wynn Repairing. road :: ::. :::.: :..__..=.._, __-. 4:00 W Co. Engr, Est May 4. S. R I 13 ________________ 2.S21.S
after the drinks I had had with you your City Light A, Water PI.nt Light. service Mar, ___________....__?.... S 60 Adam A Sander* Engrs Est May (. road 10 ---_..___________.__ 2PAA.Fa
Ted the night before and must have ment about such things, only please J. W A, Son Store room rent .._..._._.................... 1000 Qulelev Ext.work S R. IS ____..............__..........___. 819.4
use discretion. Please don't misunderI Bond -n. Bond .. ......, .........?.. 64 44 E. R. Net Salary April _--___--_________.._..___.__...._.?___.. 80.' "l
f looked longingly, for while Father A I... u'ii :::::::::--::-------:-:: --mm.,....- :.90 C. A. Collln Salary April .-_______________________._____n_ 125.fl",
I was fussing around the table Mr. I I stand me, now, daughter, I know youi w. I. ... .!uP truck ___..._______....__..._.._._._... .85 J. F Klckliter Jr Salary April ________________.____________.____ 50 oC "
I do none of the thing we bear gossiped C McLeod S _________ .__..._..______. 225 A. Futch Inspecting Lbr ___.__._____._____._______________ S.64
Wright came over to me. "Are you i Andrew A Wainwright Suppllea roes S ....___..__................. 80.01 C. A. Futch InHdentala S. R. IS __n_____________________________ 14.45Andrron'
joining us 7" he inquired in a low about town""AA Bradford Co. Bank Payroll _u__.__......______....____......._.. Garage Ga A 01 ____n.___....__.....1__________..__ 4.Sft
a rule, most of that is propaganda Bank. of Starke Pay .Ii--__.nu____ .___--____.____.____... 1.2. W E. Toroile !uppl... 12 S. R13------------------- 114.55T.
I voice. Telephone Co. Phone service -....--.---.-.-._._.______.. .15 J. Terry onbrio.--__ ._______.____..____..__.__--.._. 41.00
"Father would pass out of the picture inaugurated by reformerswho J.1 6tth. 2 'r. H. A W. B Drew Su"pl.S R _____________.______.__ H."I
are past the age of being tempted And. Supplies _.________.________________ 57.61 R. W Hunt. Co Inap. .R. 1____________.________________ 4.'
if I did. I answered, "but I certainly themselves don't think ?" Bank of W.ln.rlor.t"II ____.____________._.________.?_?___?___ 102.SI J. L. .ritfla road foreman ____a__.._....____..______.____.._.__ 76 0?,
need something to pick me you suggested Bradford Co Bank Payroll _.. 4441 D. C. Jonea Suppllea ._____.._n___.__.________________
'I jf up. :Mr. Wright. W. L. Wall A Co Lumber ::::::::::::::::::..---_::==:::,:::--:. 4424 D. C. Jones Bal on car of wire ______--__..__.........__.____u___. 1.4.l I i

"Can you suggest any way that I Whether he thought not It J. D C.rleh..1 Labor on bridge. and ... ..__.._.___..___.....__._. 10.." J. W. White A Son Suppl. -._____________________.?_.._____ 91 1 1F. i
might be of service'?!'" Although he I so or A. A. Tnirden Fxp Trustee meeting ___.0________.___................. 9.no M Coleman 87 f. road I .____...__. .......__..____._____ 15 ""
was the polite thing, at that moment, W. K. Torode Exp T..t meeting h.___--..........___....__?__. 1.OH Bradford Co. Telegraph Printing _____.._.........._..-_.__..____ 57'5
was perfectly gallant in his faultless for him to have said. However, his remark J. C. fVtne Fxn Trlt. meeting __._________________.__.....*... 8 00 E. M. Wilson.R..ttln.3 nut tree (In right of way _____--_ .._ 1 ,
I manner. I felt that ho was laughing I C. A. Futch Salary Secretary A".I ____..__._._..____............... 75.00 Con R. H. Tm.. g roads 10.' ______.__.........___._______ 2Bd "*

\ j t '':, at me. what Marjorie was surprising had said because, one would from W.City E.llirht Tomde A Suppllm Water Plant A phone culls.n.-................._...._._._._...__.._._____._._._._.._... 1.8. J A, F A.Houser Durden Gaa Suppliea Suppllea ft oil I road-S-.--R-2----:--:-:-:-::::::::..-:-..:::::::::::::: : *e'i* I!i
J'8. Austin ____ __.___ .._____ I U -
..... __...
"Oh It isn't a matter of life or have thought he in L..mh u ............. 184 Joseph Barker Labor fence ._...-------------H. "
was sympathywith F M ..._..._.___.. ..... gang road i i
Non.n on road ......._..... I BO .
death C Green Labor fence road _________._.._..__.____________
I I I said flippantly. "I guess If the "gossips." C. 8. Kellpy Labor nn sinkhole road ______.-..__._______....___._.. 1.09; C Van Olstcen Labor fence gang 2 1 I.I l
...... I
can survive." R. B. Thnma. Labor on Sinkhole mad ..__ ____...____.......... 1.04 Earl Van gang road 2 -':::- ::::::::---:::: 1 l-_ I
Olsteen Labor fence
.Miss! Sallie. Johnson road 1 ..__... ... _
at gnatr
f t appeared fl. L Preaeott Labor on sinkhole road __..__.._--...___.__-__........ '.00 Cecil Mitnalr fen .
Labor I
I turned toward the radio and, in my ule. "There's a gentleman to see H. H. Howard labor on sinkhole marl ._______.______________......... 1.0 L. H Hill. Right of war< deed gang. _road.2_ : :::::::.::::: .:_::::::_ .1+ r

a minute the room was /flooded with you. I toM him you were all at dinner, Henry Gutlln Lit.! i. rill Brooker Brldire ._-,___._._________.______ J. F. Colley Rep. tools fence now--.-_-n-_ ::::...._.x.- ___..-_-_.-______.._ I '' ,
Caaay Adkln.on ahnr fill Bridge __._________________...... 1.00 J. F Johnson A oil 8. .
the soft melody of a hushed orchestra but he said he had to see you at once Livingston RUM labor fill Jlb.Brk Bridge u__________.....-.__.. 1.00 J: F: Johnson A oil 13__::::::::...-.-.... ::.-..'.-.::::::__.:::: 1 : !

.j playing a fox-trot. ma'am." Buddy RIM. Lahor III( Booker Bridge ______.___-___............... 1.00Andreu Bradford Co :Pay roll : ......-.-___.. 1" .
"Good Fowler tabor. fill Brooker Bridge _______._..._._....._____... -IC Bank of Starke Pay roll -_ :::::: ::: ::: .........-.-.-.-::: ::::. 2
Sallie we'll ---
have : -- -
music with II | (To be continued) Troy Andrew. Labor. All Ranker Bridge _________________________ Smith' Garage A oil .__ __ .. ... : l
I fw.1 Ward abnr Nn Brooker Bridge _______.............._....... 1.00 Andrew. A .r''I Sappllea -:::*::::-::?.:: .. :::.::::::- :: 1 i'; '

011. '.rd labor rill Brooker. Bridge _.__ n______________.____. 11 L. M. Grey _.___ _n.____.___.___......:...._______ II.HI
COUNT OK VEHICLES Gnlney Labor HII Bronker Brldgt ______________________.. 1.0 M Gray Et. ____-___._..__?__..__'.-._______.__ 10 i* .
| evidently mistook him for a revenue J. F Colley Supplier u__ ____ _._._______________.___.______ nut slat IJ.-
... AT fJKADE CROSSING man looking for bootleggers and rumrunners L. A. Wynn Labor Hampton A Graham road ___.___....._.-__....... 1.60 M 0.1 Frt on mad mattrlil to deduct from ___.___.____" 1 I I'
WAS W D. McKlnney labor Bridge on A.IMrd mad _______._____.-... 1.00 L M C Frt on road material to deduct from EAt t._._____n._-.._ .
MISUNDERSTOODValJosta : : and in some instances an Marlon Rmltllsh Labor> Bridge on Rfor road __.___..___......__. 1.00 L. M' trey Frt. on mad material to deduct from Est ______________.- 1.":
automobile would approach the crossing Jarrv Redtluih Labor Bridge' on road ______.______________ 1.00J. June 10th. 1M4E -
\ Ga., Aug 16-The ValdostaQuitman sheer W. Arulretr* A ton Store room rent _.__ ___._____.____.____. 10.0 Fl*. !.vln. A Trent Co Engn Fat .d 4-8.0-13 _____________.. 9 '-
t highway the then and go in some other J. P. Ilenjamlne' Rued' dray ___ _______.___._.____. _________ F Fla. !.vln. A Trust Co. Fngrs Eat. -._________hh_._.- 21') '
{ crosses direction after the driver had a look D. W. Moore Ri-palr Double run ._____..______.____________. 11.00 E. Fla. A Treat Co 11 ...... __ -- i I IL.
; t' Atlantic Coast Line railroad at grade at the the count. J. F. Homier Oil A G... _..--_ __.________. ______________. ." M, Orey Engrs Est May > ;l"d_?__..__.::::..::::::::.. 22 ]
l5.. near Klnderlou, and east of that station man making C. Van Oateen Road Work .u_... ---.- .. J.----.-------------- 11.00 F. W Long. e. Retained -_____....__.___ -___ _. .' .
d 1 1. Far! Van Olstee-n Roail work .._____..__..____....__..._...___....._. 1... Ad..H. *. Et.. ----.. ------......._____.-_______._ 4 :
riana for paving the highway, : UJonde HOHS Opine Mend Road .-- .____________________.________. (.00 L Sour ng right of way _..__.,-___._..___. :_______._. s
1 ( work to commence next month, call C.I Cone E.". ..wo.1. Bnioker bridge fill .__.-.--..-.__.__._._.... .. C A. Futeh Insu. Abr.C. ____..____. _______.____.
.. __ .__ ____ ________ __ _________ __ A. Fuuh Incidentals for May ..... .. I 11 I
\ I call all men worms because I Reynold Road -
for the elimination J. wo.1 ?
i f of that grade June 10th. "'- ao.o Fill. Curtia Kookcr Blue I print -_:::::::-:.::::-.---:.:::--:::::::I.::. '

crossing by changing the road and know sooner or later some chicken A. A. rnirden Fxp Trustee meeting .____..........._........._..._... 1.00 Hampton. Tie A Timber ('G. Lumber "2 ...._.__...___.__-_ __ _
crossing to a mile west of Kinderlou will get them. W. E. Tn.l.! Exp Trustee meeting __.....___..___.._._..._... A. A r..n 8ulpl. fence pane .._ __.._.__________..._ '
_......._____ ........ S. B camp 12 8 R. IS .
J. C. Exp meeting __ _. ... ---- ------------------
T. 1.0 : M. :
I and the erection of a concrete via. C. A. Futch. Salary ." May _._.______....______....__..__._ I Brownlee "on fence road 4 _-.___.........___._______.n_ !!. _
A lot of folks. will that United s..t. .. L. Crawford labor
duct. I go Bradford Co T.I..... _____ __._. _______ on f.n." I .--- ----.-------------------.-. .
-- -- ?-- 7,0g Starke Ice
States judge who said that beer is for fence -um_.___..____..____.. t
not Henry Catlln Building __. __.___________?____ ____ :J, F Colley
In order to at the for ___ _.______..____......__.. .___.__. 2.04 irn tools for f.nc rang __......____ -__IIII.I
cut necessity medicine one better and It is not John Baxter Fixinw .u E. M Cn I ,. _
j say brdore t mad 11 .._._ ____________III___ __.
I ___ ____ ________ ......_ 10.00 n -
J. W. AnI.._ A room rent 1 _
i thin A Sullivan 1 .
making change It was necessary real beer either these days. Sn rod 2 'n_ -.-.- .______..____ ___ _. ,
J. 3. Getffla Rnlaer road _______.__.....__._____......... 1.00 Henry Hode Labor -
I I to get an idea of the use made of it. I W. 8 Gnfrl I..b. on Roleer road _.__u__________.._______ fOOfestie C Van Olateen Labor on "f"nann..r 2 --.._--.____n..._. -__...
_..._________ ..._ 1 -------.--------------. -
r At the croaxinx the road l St. Paul's Cathedral, London contains Orirris Tabor on ,1 ? ------ labor
t I forks, going li.. __________ ____ JI M.x..1 on fine.irnnw raid l 2 -_----_-_____.____"_"-___ .

d' to Madison, f'la., as well ax Quit- the Chapel of the Order of St. I Orlfl 8..p I.bor on tone gang.Rol-.r road .___...._........-...___. J.JJ. Cecil C. Manair. labor labor i>nn n '.n., ...gang road mad 22n.-------------.h----._-.._ -

man. I Michael and St. George, which Is used n. W. Wainwright l.Bro. lumber ____.______..___-___....__. 18.40 Moee. Barker Labor on fence sang ____. ....._......_.._______ I I'
Thursday, a count of vehicles from only once a year.Quantities Bradford Co Bank ., rl ______ _u___._____________..._____ **.** Ira Mullins Labor on fence nor"drl22. ---.-n-..........---- .---- -
Earl I Van on fence eng mad 1 ..... .. ... i-
!. 8 o'clock In the morning! until 10 I Total Dtohursemcnt ___ ._-_____._--__-_._.__________. KaMO Hampton TI'nTrmbo: Co Posta. road 1 -.------.- I 11'
of ---------- ---------------
fruit small
o'clock at night, showed that the too for RECAPITULATION C. W 01. Supplle* fence or.n" ___ -n. .-.._ _"____-__
crossing 4l5t ( the market or slightly bruised are January let 1924, to amount on hand .._..__.............__. !tBJJ.Jl E. Van R. Neil Tire truck .___--: :: III "
wn used by vehicles : ::::
used for lemon oil Jan SMh 124 received ........ __. : Salary A Incidental ::=::::::::=I::::::::._ l _
making and citric to amount
----- ? -- G. A. Collln Bal. ...
on salary ,. .
13 of them :::: .. 1:
going to Madison and June SOth 1914 hy amount diabunemenU ____. .I.m.oam. '} ---?- ------ --- ----- --
---- ?----- *. T.
the remainder to Quitman. On Saturday acid. By amnnt to balance "n"-_' .___.____.__.____________ ..ll14.B24.C1 W Qula-ley Concrete Supplies pipes Fxe road 1 -------------.--I-----..-- 1 1--.
I To..I. camp 12 S R 11 .. I
307 used the crossing to to 14B2 S3 r. Jones Supplies S '. -----
; go The most hepless feeling is when Con Enor" i R ---- ---?-- "

Quitman and 0-:! Madison.: On Sunday a man returns from the honeymoontrip .June 10th 124 to amount on hand ..__-_____________:.___ U.lfMI H. A LI.. B.Co D.w S..ppl.Co. Su.pl.Dept Engr S.Dept S.--R---13---.------------------.------."I.-

691 crossed, less than one hundred with a single! dollar in his pock- Con.And..n.. G.ra. .. Dept S. R. 13 ___.____________n._ .

r of them going to Madnon. I et and doesn't feel quite well enough Report of the Board of Bond Tniatee* of B..dl..r County. Florida, for iii! months, J. L Wpll Salary Supple,Md Engn..foreman Dzpt .8.1 R. a---------_--. --------- ..

While the record was being made i I acquainted with his bride to tell her ending June loth. If4. BOND FUND Bradford Bank of Starke Co Bank Pay Pay roll I roll----::---:-:::::::::_----:'"'_':::::::::::::: 4 i: '
traveling the road showed -------
persona a the true condition of affairs.-Kansas January." let 1434- Andrew A Wainwright Acct for May 1I. I
keen interest in the watchman. Some \ City Star. Received from Hampton Stat Bank. Jnt on "plt ___....._.?..--- JIJ8J Smith Garage Aeet for May. --_--. mm.h

E I Received Jaekaoovllle .No.._ _1 .I-. ......... Bank._....en. Atlantic. .. ',m : F. Johnson Acct for May ______.__----.n______________'____________
'Bank ( !- ---- -- 8. R. Johna A Co. Est for a, 25 .... __ M
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Wsrrmot N. 454 on ltat Bank returnee] Adm A Sander ".L Est 10. '5---- 10-11 J.
f. April Win. 1 .... Saving A Trust Co. B.I'on Est 4. 1 o. 2S .d.-:::::::::::::_- .
Tranferred from General Fund __.u__.....-_______-___...---. "' TTReturned E. *. TnPt -
ReportOf Cashier's check LaW.p Stt Bank ____..._._---.-__..- 1..2.0 W FE. Tcroie-Ba on Co O Retainad.seek feed. .nt.?? Con J: I__ "
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Interest deposit Bank of u a.46.\0 W.
J EJoroile Material 1 (IA. C. Summer _______________ l
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Interest on Bradford ? 1.61. R. H. Thomaa
< toponl Stale County,.B.nl______________________ Fen. road* 241'A ..-----.-._-..---- ..-- <
lntere.1 Hampton
}JJ 5 Bank
the Board of Bond Trustees of Bradford on dI of Stark Coupon 1 .... ... .__ .._ 18.1
County Florida Intereet on State Bank ______-____.--________ .0 --- ---- ? ; .
R Johns
June Ird .--._ --..........._.--..-..n_.._..-.-.-........--..-...-_ 1,42." A Co. 'ep" on contract 8. R. 13 :::...::::_._- 4 ,
for six month ending June 30th .

GENERAL FUND 1924. Total Receipts _.___.__..____________________________ t.021.IIJanuary Total DI"m.Dt-------.-__..__--_____.____...__________--J43.,.

January lit. Received I from E. W Rayee. T..e._ --------n.1, 169.*4 at E.1994-Florida A 7rrl Co. Engri.Est.. Road 1. *. 0. 1. 17. 13--. ..2318 January ::92l2. to amount RECAPITULATION on hand --_- _--__.. _1459X32
7' January. 17th. Received Caaollne Tan for November__._._______.___?._____..?__ I......11 E. Ft .. Bvln. Co. Advance on 4J M fv lumber at Wl per M_ J"D. 80. amount .IY__n___-________II_?__
v February 2nd. Received from E. W Har-. Taxee.___.__--___.-_______.__........ ".02 C. E. McLeod Order T.t A. H. Hohn. of Lewx ______ .00.0 B..n.IO. 1924. by amount _____ __ 1823.1 J41i
February 16th. Received from Aut. licence fund ..__ ._._..n... _....,_..__.____ f7 aft E. R, Nelf Salary Engr. __ ..._.In._ _____"________________ or balance _._d"bm.n.,.__ .....__HH--H-_-_ 221 -
1 February 46th. Received from Gawline tat....... .._____.__.____?.?_........ 1.(711> H. Hutehmson eoneu encr. _.._.._.____.____??__ lO.n
:March 3rd Received from E. W. H...... Tars.. _.._._._..-.._____._..........____ ITf 94 S A. Collins S.I.,Sl. engr. ________.___________------ | 44 '.
March tth. Received from Auto II....... fund._.._____..____._._...._.............. II.S) G. F. Kiekliter Jr Salary wIt, ... _..__________________ 'I1'? ill INTEREST SINKING 41,111.0
March 16th. Received from Auto. lleenae fund.______._..._____..._.._.____...__. 11D15 F. B. John. Road foreman ..._._.___.__..______.________... 7J.0 January 1924. amount on hand 1.__ __.. FUND_ 7
March S5th Received from Caroline tax for Jaeuary--------.._.._....__.___...... I.U l.U W. E Trarode Harm for malea _....__.........___...-..-__.. January 11.. 1921 received from; collector--- -,---' --- ------- :
April lit Received from E. W. Hey,. T........_.__......._____...._____._..... I.041 PS Vr.. H p. May .A 01 .._ _.________._________________ J-.< : :JM.: .. .i eoll.t-:= -x-- I=::::"II::: "
April 25th. Received from Guollne tax for February----------------------------, 1,621.50y Garage Gaa oil _______ _.___._______ *." h.7.l12 tax 1., ... --------- ".
5 r April 2th.( d from Auto II...... fund_.______.....__._.___....___........ 1&A4S An..n.f. .._______._._ __._______?___.._____._._________ 1..8 April ::::7t..f"v. tax collector ..___..___ """____ __ '
.1I May 6th. Received from Auto licerue fund.................____..........-_..... 94.11 Ale. H.. r .;. A oil .-___._u.____________________________ '..* May .. 1924. amount received from tax collector --- --....._.?----"----.-- 4 2.1' i
8" May '4th. Received from Guollne tat for Marsh-------------------------------- '.11t.1* C.. *,. Kook., Blue ___nn_........--..__._______ .M June 1824 amount received from _.-.--. -?--"-------
May ith. Received. from S R. D. E.... Camp 11 __...__..___.._.______.._..... W.94 111 \t.ny 8 Tint icrappe-.int.__._.._-_........... ._______.___ 17.70 June a amount received from c"tU..._::: :: =-,IIHHHIIIIIIIIIIIII::: t.
May 8th. Received from E. w. 11..... Ta ea.______________________.__-.____.... 14 .9J [ Quialey. Broom Co Ea4 wall ___ ___e. ._-_.__ ..._____. Ml,\ 14. ta cl -
C. \. .al.. ............ ._ .. __ Jane .
June 3rd Received from Wl.ti Fowl Inapectiag -- -- -- ----- 80th. to amount on hand _______
June Srd. Received from _::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :!1 Hunt Co, laspeatinc lumber Cpplnger A Russell ---- *- 31 A. FLITCH. -

June 6th Recel,,e4 from ____._.___?_.,_--__--___________-__________... __ MI..1 "_ fo'John A Co Engr EV 9. R. II ----.--.-------_----:=:::::- 7.43'1.27 C ..". -is-IITi"- *'.

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News of Florida in JAorf Paragraphs & I Ir. ; !. -Sex i'n or i .cht iiiimii '.1 1 1 PAS-EM.Bit: (; SEUVICEI : THE C. F. RIVERS PLOW CO.'I' :: .j.4I'

r ....-.. .-.,...- ...._*? ....... ..u*-,.. .w.._. ,...-. ...... farm ,"< >,,!I. attending;:: .; tI..1:: '<- '
; -- nual Farmers' Week went in a motorcade I Columbia, S. C. .('a u.ig' that with t',

I Live State : I I to roe Springs, 25 miilus: away ,1: \Improvement of In ',"N.tys, greater use i I'H' ,' MANUFACTURERS OF i

NewsTold : for an afternoon of picnic swimming private automobiles anti inuugration! SINGLE and DOUBLE a t

play and dancing Thunder showers, of motor bus lines, earnings have decreased -

bad crops and early pessimistic predictions materially, three railroads
( Pint Class Wheelwright Plow Making Specialty
I by Our Exchanges mnmi about attendance have been of operating in South Caruiina, petitioned i a T

no avail for when registration books tho state railway commission to '

.... .. ., n.._........=mm"'''''''''''''' "' .."' '''' .iiinmpnji pMtai closed, at 1 o'clock in order that the'I permit curtailment of passenger : I To the out of town trade, we pay freight one way .i I
fMiwwiif itMitsratiM iMftMmmM
Crystal River-Two men were killed OI"unduShel'lt1'loon.) I clerks might go away, too with the trains. Hearings; were set for September i on wagon buggy and other repair work. ;'I I
injured when twelve of Opelika farmers for the picnic they showed :' 27. The Seaboard Air Line askedto I I '
and three were Ala., who reached
sticks of dynamite accidentally exploded left with Herbert Posey Orlando, of Smith Thursday center that 708 farm people had actually be allowed to remove trains 20 and' Repair work promptly executed in a first class .'
registered.. This is one more than the 21, operating from Columbia to Savannah -
about two miles 'west of here Ala. Posey was brought to the I and reasonable For deliv I yI
manner at a price. quick
of the entire enrollment fur Farmers' Weekof Gii.i: Nos. 22 and 23 between I
where construction Crystal Orange I
county jail here on Monday,II 1923. A number are known to be MlcHee and Florence and to curtainby have hand ''iJ'I',
hardsurfaced we on
River-Dunnellion road on a fugitive warrant, which had been I i I ery
I here who have not added their namesto substitution, the service between
ia being! carried on.TRllahassee11embers. I sworn out after evidence from AUbama 'I the books. It is freely predicted now Spence and Great Falls, S. C. r SEVEN ONE HORSE WAGONS I :
of the board : that hu was wanted in that I that the thousand mark was reached. '' The Southern Railway desires to

of trustees! of the internal improvement j! white state on charges of kidnaping and |I I discontinue trains No. 1.:), between ONE TWO HORSE WAGON I ''

fund will leave here for I'ahukee slavery. The girl with whom Miami-Thirty-nve men and live Itrunchvillt and Augusta Gu, and

Palm Duachcounty where they will I Posey was found in Leesburg Flu., I Ii women, arrested In an alleged plot to No. 117, between\ Columbia und! rani- For prices call on or write "'1
i wan taken back to her home by her ?
I smuggle sixty aliens into this country : :
hold meeting to take matters
:1 taining a to the sale of Everglades up lands per I' father three who hud trailed the couple for from Havana Cuba were taken into den.The :Northwestern./ Railway of I The C. F. RIVERS PLOW CO. ;'

'in that vicinity. Governor llardee will 'I weeks through Alabama, Geor- custody by special officers in charge I' :North Carolina requests an order permitting .'

'not make the trip, but enough of the gia and Florida. of Isaac L. Smith, immigration officer", discontinuance. of trains Night Phone C. F. RIVERS, MRT. Day Phone

'members'' to constitute a qourum will i St. Cloud-Wednesday afternoon afire at Miami, and were being lodged in1 I 76 and Null, between 3 on 28 LAKE BUTLER FLA. 54 I

kgo. it is understood. completely destroyed the the county jail. Twenty-live of the and Wilson's !Mill. NU'// ..
planing -- -- -- ---- -- --
I mill and dry kiln of the Hill & Co., I II men were taken into custody at Cape The I'etittions carried figures -- --- -- - -------- --
Miami-Immigration Officer Isaac lumber firm at Narcoossee about six Sable about eighty miles south of Miami tog (operating losses on the passenger ,
i( Smith, of Miami, returned from a while ten men and five women carriers.,
I cast of St. Cloud. A telephone TKXTII; HlltrilDXY OK Habitual Constipation Cured!
the Homestead and were arrested at Homes tcmi. Seven'''
second to
trip ----
south of call for assistance was received by aliens alleged to have made their tS.UIBI.WJo:1': : : POTATOES); PANAMA: CANL Ol'ENKI:" :) In 14 to it Day
Mifyni are
Cape Sagle county the St. Cloud Volunteer Department ? "LAX-FOS WITII PEPSIN": is a mxsclolly->
on a search for any aliens who escaped I and the large LaFrance (fire escape including one man who it is :MOVINGPensacolaThu =' Toil 2S.100 > KSSKLSPunnmo : prepurodSyrupTomfLiixullveforllnliitualConstipation. f
[ capture. Of$ the 40 arrested and in engine mud paid $1,000 to be brought into this I -- It relieves promptly and
was rushed to the scene of the fire I Escumbiu; county --The Panama I'amil I i i..< ten should lio tuken regularly! for 14 to :21 days
which is a bud from the bud stick country. Others said they had pUll) I
ail here 34 are men, five women and and immediately began pumpingwater I $200. The aliens included< Greeks Germans sweet potato crop is now moving to years olil. During the decade the big to 111I1111'0 r\l/ular action.. It Sltinulittes and I IKeguhues
from large reservoir the the market in carload Pleasant. Take. lUlu
a near I I lots bringing / Very to
child. The aliens Rumanian Vid- Suledes and other ditch bin been it has providedan
a are mill nlltionnlititll'i'i '' open :
However the fire had gained such I: prices around $2.30 a bushel tho highest per bottlo.SKAllOAKIJ, ,
dish, Spanish, Magyar/ and Armenian. Among those arrested) inter ocean short-out for Approximately .
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headway that it since
was impossible to war times. It Is stated Shipments '
who were alleged to have been runners 28,100 vessels of which l3f00:! TIMK TAnLK
save the planing mill but the mill are going out from Uarrineau
St. Petersburg-"Get their license saw j '
and members of the boat crew. I, were rominerriulfy( operated und :UfiOO !,-
In effect 11 1924)
umber and we'll fix "em." Under escaped without damage. Park and !Moline.\ The yield is running ) government owned. ( May ,

directions from Chief of Police ; I I from 50 to :300 bushels to the ncre.AIJ Southbound-
these Gainesville O. Kawla of Worth- Key West-With the city council I The commercial vessels it in estimated -

Coslick the policeman of St. Petersburg ington Springs William Hughes, both and mayor's demand of "put the lid lUCl'I.1TIUI. "sciiooT carried 111,000,000 tons. of cargo No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m,
have started a war on "auto- down" ringing in their the local No. 5, 11:02: a. m.
white men and George Douglas, negro ears, CLOSES SHOUT COUKSK: ( and paid, tolls uirirrt'irnting $100-
[mobile mashing" in this, city. Chief were arrested by Deputy United police force has declared war on local 000,000. No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.

[Coslick says he intends to put a stop States Marshal Harvey Waits on blind tigers and gambling joints. A Week Profitably Spent at Univrrsity. -- -- -- ---------<-- No. 15, Limited, 1:10: p. m.
'to the habit of the sauntering sheiks charges of conspiracy to violate the week-end raid netted a considerable Approximately 1000 I're entOaint'.ville (,'. A. it. ruorKsr: INEFFEC'rlVMWashington : : : : Northbound-

and their "Wanna hop in" and "How'I national prohibition laws. Rawls and amount of liquor and seven arrests. i
Tho approximately -Protests filed with No. 2 roaches Starke 5:08: a. m.
(.about a drive" invitations on thedtY'1I The largest single
capture was: a
Hughes held in
are jail in default of 1,000 farmers and fruit growers whoattended the treasury department by members No. 4, 4:20: p. m.
[ streets at night. lucky one for the police, Chief of Police -
I $1,000 bond while has
George Douglas
of the G. A. K. and similiitr organizations : -
Albury and three patrolmen while the agriculturalist short No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.
Macclenny. D Bowman received not apprehended. It is charged riding up Simonton street shortly course at the university here departedfor against permitttinit a special No. 16, Limited, 5:67: p. III.Wann. .
that the
internal injuries and two broken ribs I three transported liquor from after their homes! with naught but good SO-cent piece to be coined to commemorate .. Branch-
Sunday passed
and his wife was painfully cut about county to county and that they wroteto words for the knowledge they hud the heinnninic of the Stone
each other and made other arrange automobile which apparently contained Mountain Confederate Memorial in No. 101 l leave Starke 7:45: a. m.
the head whena
early Saturday night spent here.
ments as to payment and meeting demijohns. Shouting to the driverof Georgia will have, effect it I No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. ra.
buggy in which'they were ridingwas There w a. no general session to- no was announced
the the
to officers
car halt police
places with the contraband.New at the in view of T. J. GRIFFIN,
struck by an automobile driven jumping from their car started in ; day. The feature addresses of the treasury

by Layman Moore, of Daytona, on the Smyrna--George A. Abbott suit. The driver of the "mystery pur-car" school delivered, by Commissioner of the specific instructions carried In the I Agent

Lake City highway at the turnout going contractor ,of New Smyrna has been drove on for a short distance stoppedthe Agriculture Nathan Mayo and, Or. H. act of congress. Designs for the coin
to Griffin's nurseries a mile west S. Fawcrtt noted expert one citrusdiseases already have been forwarded to the
awarded the contract to haul and roll machine and fled. The otliicers discovered MALARIA
of Macclenny.. Three children in the Federal Art Commission for study..
iCOO square yards of shell on the that the car contained II) marked the closing exorcises 1
buggy at the time escaped with slight causeways being built in connection demijohns of aguardiente evidentlyjust of Farmers' Week which has been I How many of the coin will be minted

bruises. with the new bridge to :New Smyrna landed along the waterfront and pronounced the most. successful. In the hall not been stated. LEAVES A
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Beach. The shell will be spread twelve '! being taken to hiding They history of the movement.Dr. young-
St. Petersburg-R. L. Jordan yard- ; a place. A man whoso brain were
I inches thick and then Fiiwretl+ today left for, a tour I
master of the Atlantic Coast Line with a are tracing the driver of the machinethrough quite porous, HEAVY MARK
ten-ton roller. The shell will be ob- license of the citrus belt.
the the
yards at Eleventh structand First ave tug on car His puns and poor quips always bonus
nue south narrowly escaped death Friday i tamed from the shell mound owned by which was confiscated.Just I I

when he was caught between the county at the McRue place, southof When asked if he knew any girls,
morning the city and will probably be when the world hoped that Mltl.,.... unfnrtiinafi.lv. doss' not end, with
said "A few .
} the couplings of a bagage/ car the lirnnlilnic u if Chills and ...."eloll of
and engine tender at the turn tables transported to the causeway on lighters Germany would remain quiet for a Then adduct. quite coyly "of chorus.. Ivvur. b.vim. lifter thu pnllMnt Is fr.. fftimuiHuul
on the Indian river. Work of haul- while Henry Ford sent 20,000 flivversover -- a I I Illninu. I hu marks u" his system are
about two miles northwest of the city. ing the shell will be started as soon I there.-New York Iferald-Trl- The Ocnla Star Hays tho only dif :, plain' tu...... Viliillly In wviik.aiipvtlM| r, r f
1 nt accident occurred as the train was : f weight' .. [ law In. such runilitlnnu a(
making a turn and the impact caused as the fill is completed. : bune. ferenre between, a lioli-ll.iired girl and :I W lnt'rsntbli.. Chill: Tonlo.a rnllublv
Tom Apple.wml' \I. that' u""' IH flapper .
a / .nU-m..h.rh'l'r".erlp&l"n U III VII lIahlo.Wl"t..mlth.
Jordan who was between the two I J'aatka-The! Cresent City Chamber At a golf club one Sunday morning Uncle John I ,
II mid the other ,is "lliipii-i| r; eiviiiK '* < oars to he thrown into the couplings of Commerce started a movementto a member turned up lute. Asked. i "I'linnim-" i .H..ilit. lui. h'i,inu",,. (the Hopper I whet time niulnriul. fever him. tak.nsway. '

apparently mangling his hips have no-fence law passed for put- why he said it was really a tossupwhether It seems to me the time has I It ,lIIrh'''". and purifies tit. hlnoil. ,, '. H{"'' Mh' t 9
"1.1.. the/ a|>|>.,lIft', tun. up the system ; G k
nam county. Representative citizens he should come there that com for "viewln1 with alann"whon ,
JacksonvilleFlorida boys and the -- -- -- I II liunt n> the return nf health and! utrongtli.
from various parts of Putnam county morning or go to church w. spend more on elections .
University of Florida scored many Taken in you f.x-t(Chill mini II..v.r..mlll"un. !
were in attendance at the invitationof "And I had to toss up fifteen times." than it Labs to buy H I i Wlntwrmn,,, It h'n Chill Tunic gives ['r"ml't|>
victories McClellon Anniston
at Camp farm. They've banished old rullvf and) Malurla
the Cresent City chamber. The he added. and! cerise ; a longBiKunf -
Ala., during the recent encampment John Barleycorn an' drlv the can nun hu avotilu.1., Its bnnHllutuIHfertji
it was declared by William G. meeting was enthusiastic from begin- dope away but the campaign! LEWISEYEWATER I hays b...." proved In thntinaiula. ofcrtrtiM
Parmenter Jacksonville boy in attendance ning to end and after the matter was \ contribution crook Is on the Job I iivur" ftl yes* uf uinUniiiHl tint AtY..II
a thoroughly discussed a rising vote ilrtiK Htor.t. I'optilnr *'lxo. (tor-. : o,em-
during the six weeks' session was | French Champ Here to stay. moth Him, $1 Mmlutmly. by l thu WintnrninitU .
taken with the result I ain't to grumble at
that with the no use
With a percentage rating of On, I Cluiiulcul; Co.: luu. Loulnvlllu, Ky.
exception of one or two, the! meeting/ : the way elections goes when we ...AJv.
Fl ridn triumphed over the entire endorsed the request that the I practise rank dishonesty. and. i I I
Southern t field for general standing I county M praise It, mercy knows, These

Mr. Parmenter said and, for the third I chamber of commerce immediatelytake I campaign contributions sorter '! ,rromuMBa, >QttTMinKugjfJutuaKiTOaaio affloifflQajm 'immmairntnmmmmmmtllmmtltmmmmakamoi \ .
succession annexed the fourth action to bring the measure of a I II makes a voter feel that we'd ,

corps year in area rifle championship winning I no-fence law before the people of thecounty. ; C I pass a law to stop m. if wndidn't I i
love far stall I
a number of beautiful trophies. I i I reckon t Mem iHfTur on the Ii

Tampa-Rev. John Whitner of I prevalence of crime-but 111 i

Bowling Green was arrested by A. W. f say sht's epidemic jest about

Standau and W. W. Duggan election time. Of course, the
panied by Sheriff G. 1". IJeShong, accom-of I II I I Press exposoan' the imellln' Why the L. C. Smith Cuts
II 1 Kiaad( probes In,- but it's mighty i
poj .] llardee county and the marshal of I nigh impossfbl fer honest men

Howling Green, on charges of selling e to win! Better Stencils '

liquor and possessing a large collect II The campaign, contribution is

tion of distilling apparatus which the I the power behind the throne but

t Ibwle John ___-J- olluem did not consider essential lu the feller it is spent on is the J
his religious activities. Rev. man to let alone; If p",lt.irulpromoters 1Jy5 'l k
Whltn"r.It Tile of( stencils (orduplicating
c I rvittmg(
The things that -Krnw, on 11ftlller" amid be landed in \
has been I
was stated
preaching at the eleel! < ''wk."t
ain't alwu)>" an otij.i-t of fen we might a machines is a -
Bowling Green und Fort Meade for I I that compose! "f worthv men1 I precise
dread unless it s tobackcr or several his church
years going. and difficult,( o(>cration.
wblskey--or sumethln"! that .tilesto I the name of "Evening Light" Just

his bead. It could ho--a passel what <,connection this has with moonshine There are several reasons
of whiskers covey of wrinkles ID to be determined by the state why the bent result, are oli- +

or warts for, the things! that grow and not the church.

on a feller must be reckoned as tamed on an L. C. Smith &

r, different sorts But-Viln-n I Macclenny-Edward Rhoden, 24. I3rr 5. typewriter
Baker farmer is being held
the county in
it's the habit of savin', or
PRtln' of regular meals or-of I the county jail ut Macclenny without I The carriage" is rigid andis ]
bond for his alleged shooting to deathof
tnkln' one's breakfast at sun-up. JaniiM Foster, 40, his brother-in- not 1 hilt'-d fur capital: l Irlterv [Ball, ( bearing construction

no matter how lazy he feelal It law and Clarence Foster 22 both of I
throughout rlimin.itrs' vibration and) lost motion.
readln' or
could be a hunger for Jacksonville. The slam men were

solrln'! the problems. of life like father and son. Rhoden claims self-
Calomel Good Equally important is the exclusive (feature of interchangeable
raisin' the hays as. they should defense lie says the Fosters,' under :

be or of ifettln' along with the the influence of drink, approached hn ''a : platen, making it possible (for the operator to use a platen of(

", wife. It mlnht as well be home where a funnily reunion was In : but Treacherous the correct hardeess for clear sharp stencil cutting.
somethln' noble as sometbln' disruptive progress and commenced: cursing lie i

and bail for the thlniw aw they were armed he said and i i i It also allows the operator to clean off all dirt and moisture
that can grow on a feller shoulil tired on them with a shot gun, killing :
Kind! I the (feed rolls and the metal of( the
render him tranquil and both. Sheriff Joe Jones said he founda from the platen, parts paper

In the refky capable to Jedee way with of a selertln'It's wnifor. gun near the younger Poster's body Next Dos may Salivate Shock I (feed without the aid of( a mechanic.

the Idea that grows on a and an unopened knife in the father's ouitcEplnard Liver or Attack Bones

feller will make him the man hand. ; the fastest French thoro I On machines where the platen is not removable, the surfaceof (

that be is.CHILDREN'S. bred I Is now In the L !S, end un"l'.
I 1\fjaml-A general exodus of practically the ntrefnl training of Knen: LltuiIn I You know what calomel, I.... It's nnrrtiry. : the platen soon becomes 'worn, pitted and uneven, making\
(alomel la dangerous,
every working negro in the cilnst Ming the romllllonml American. for clinmplon three run 01- I It I'raalimi quicksilver into "sour bile like dynamite.crampmg it impossible to cut a clear stencil.\
I town of Larkin ten miles south of Miami I and Calomel:
the -us vt to I lot'' setecoetA sickening you
was halted when a sheriff's depu > I attack the honr and should never bo : The L. C. Smith is the ideal machine for stencil! cutting.

tation from this city went there and put, into your ""."" 11I. i

disarmed a posse of white men which I TONIC I I If you feel bilious, headachy, conntimtHil !- Send (for free catalog.L. .
had been threatening the negroes following ,{, | and all knuckrd out just iro to>>
drove'* Tasteless chill Tonic rettnrtIII your druggist, and get a bottl of Uod
unfruitful hunt for
r an a negro Energy end Vitality by Purifying end I anA, Liver Tone for a few cents which
who had sent an insulting note to a Enriching the Blood. When feel lu ,m a harmless vc i-tablo substitute, fur, C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
white girl. One hundred and fifty you dangerous calomel Take a spoonful and

negroes had bought tickets and were strengthening& Invigorating! effect sea. bow I "if ,it dorin't start your liver awl Executive. Office. SYRACUSE, N. Y.
FATAL DISEASES ready to take the first train out of It brings color to the cheeks and how I .talfhtlon( you up better and qui<-k 'r

\fbrma and parasite in the intestine* town. All but 23:;, who came to }Miami It Improve the appetite, you will then I than/ nasty calomel. and back without and making 120 West Adams Street. Jacksonville Florida

of children undermine health and so returned to their homes on assurances I appreciate its true tonic value. you sick. you just go get yourmoney.

weaken their vitality thai they are unableto that they would not be mole.t
The resist safe i the decries: in so fatal few to child doses life.ofWhite's after patrol had been eitablUtfl: for Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So sink, th. next day; it loan. you a da,'*
course to Five a pleasant even children &like it. ne blood work.. Do>ioo'. Liver Ton straighten
Cream VermJuite. It destroys
needs QUIM.NE! / to and IRON right and fowl l ffremt.. No
Purify to you up you
and expels the worms without the slight-; To Cur a Cold In One DyT.k .
Enrich It. [)patios Malarial germ and salts oocmaary Gi it to>> the n
to the health activity of the .
ass injury or BROMO
LAXATIVE QUININE! ItMofxth barmlo and cannot
child. Price 35c. bold by .:toWs'=" aod.wssoRth. Grip germs by Its StxeaftlMnlng. Invigorating It perfectly I
All Drag Stores CoM. C- : on aca boa. Jos.O Effect.: $0c. salivate. -- I


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!ij with her, mother, !Mrs. Emily Abbott. doors,open and property unprotected.AnMnvestigatlon 1 1 Florida Masonry," declares Dr.

I t Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mr. by the police led Lewis, who is a great grandson of
t and Mrs. II. S. Hazen were business I Baseball-a-la-Beach -I{ to the discovery that the cross was General Butler. "It was natural that
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i' visitors to Gainesville Saturday. burned as a warning to the proprietor : the first lodge should be named for
It '' j 1 Miss Inez Abernathy visited relatives -I ., a of the negro road house who on General Jackson by one so closely associated
II II' hero Thursday.Mr. several occasions has been in courton I with him. The Grand: Lod;,,

and Mrs. Raleigh Waters mo- ?>' charges of disorder in his pface. of Florida was also formed In thi 1,
i tered to Starke Tuesday. lj; A notice signed K. K. K. warning him city. In 1830 representatives of th<

,r --- --- --- -- - Rev. and Mrs. Proctor, o( Lake -p 1 to leave the place immediately was I lodges at Quincy and Marjanna, Flu
i I I I I'llOIU 2J> MIlll KM Butler-wero visitors here Sunday. : : '; ':' s f1 posted on the building. | chartered by Tennessee and Georjim, i
I .. Late Friday night but few of the met in Tallahassee and perfected th
i I ; ---- --- -- --- ZIFF : >("; j' negroes had been induced to returnto I state organization. John P. Duval, ., 1
I f w DINNER=" PARTY Ziff, Aug. 22-Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 'r their homes. Several hundred men relative af the territorial governor
I 11, i, AT PARTY Johns and children, of Starke, and in automobiles were declared by the was first grand master. }
+ On Wednesday evening Ilollis I In honor of the Law family, of Mr. and Mrs. Kill Hodges and little I police to have participated in settingup "Jackson Lodge No. 1, of Tallahsee ,,"-

I Knight was hast to the young people I New Sinyrnn, who have been visiting daughters, Claircie and Elva, of the burning cross and it was the first met in a frame building.::
I of the Epperson-Padgett house party here, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley New River, spent Sunday here with I !!!Millt night of these together with the which was a school! house below and\
dinner Thursday R flaming beacon that caused the terror -'I public meeting place above. This hull
'j' from Kingsley lake, also a few invited i gave a party their sister, Mrs. J. W. Lewis. I
1 friends. evening at the Magnolia Tea, Garden. Miss Martha Groover and Miss\ and subsequent general exodus. was destroyed by a storm In 18,>o.

Tables were arranged for bridge Covers were laid for eight and the Linnie Parker spent Sunday here I :! ])1 l MASONIC CENTENNIAL=" I I Andrew Jackson was an honorarv
and rook and both games were en- attractive looking table decorated with Misses Opal Lewis and Rosa member of both the Tallahassee lodge\
joyed throughout the evening. Those with pink roses. The delicious dinner Hodges./ I I Tallahassee-Florida Masons will and the Florida grand lodge."

playing were Misses Willie Mao menu consisted of chicken.cream Allen Thomas, of Pine Hill was celebrate the centennial of that body The present Masonic hall in Tn-!
Johnson, Iris Epperson, Henrietta I potatoes and cheese, rice, English here Sunday afternoon I' I in this state in connection with the luhassee is shared with the Odd Fellows !

'j a I Padgett, Connie Padgett, and Mea- peas hot biscuits and butter, salad, Sunday here with Luamae Lewis. Florida centennial celebration, to be 'I and several other fraternal -,,
i Clifford Butch, John Padgett| ice tea and fruit pie topped with Mr. M. A. Starling anil little I held in Tallahassee, November 0-15, bodies.

Gerald Middleton, Frank Carpenterand 'whipped cream. daughter, Lois, and Mr. ana Mrs : according to Dr. W. H. Lewis fra- ] Dr. Lewis is engaged In preparing.::
'I Hollia Knight. I I Mr.\ and Mrs. Quigley'a,: guests Delatha Starling spent last Tuesday I ternial historian of the centennial his .I a history of fraternal bodies in Fin: -
I Fruit punch was served during the were Rev. and Mrs. Blanchard, D. with friends here. j torical committee. The first lodge in Ida, which will be a part of the elaborate

1 evening, and at the conclusion of the I I Law, Miss Doris Law, John' Powell' Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis and I Florida convened in Tallahassee in I centennial record. Many historical -

I, I games Mrs D. E. Knight, mother of t j I I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott.: children of Brooker were here Sun- 1824, under warrant from the Grand documents dealing with Mn-

the host, assisted by Miss Blanche day visiting their sister, Mrs. J. B. Lodge of Alabama, and was formed' ronry and other fraternal societii,
" i Alderman, served a delicious salad dames Strickland and Rivers. ( Thomas. by General Robert Butler, adjutant-I have been placed at his disposal by

I' I course. Mrs. Lucy Smith of Alachua has Purvis Lewis spent the weekendat general for Andrew Jackson. I prominent fraternalists in all par' :
j The affair was most informal and returned home after spending a few Midway with his sister, Mrs. J. O. "Tallahasse is the birthplace of of Florida. r

thoroughly enjoyed by the young days with her daughter, Mrs. G..W. Davison.
I I I people present. Coleman. Miss Ollie Hodges spent the weekend -- J

t Rev. D. W. Harrell left here this at Bradford with home folks. ,
I LAKE BUTLER week to visit relatives and friends in I Mr. and Mrs J. W. Dyal, of Graham "

Live Oak. Mr. Harrell i is making his I spent Sunday here with friends. ]
: I I Lake Butler, Aug.! 22-Dr. W.K. : .
i Dinklo, presiding elder of the Jack- acme here with ma son is. u. llarreil, PINE HILL I
sonville district was greeted by a agent of the Southern} Railway. I T. I
:'I e large and appreciative congregation Miss Mary Katherine llarreil ia Pine Hill, Aug. 22-Mrs. Jessie /
Miss Olive -Jaefcson, member of
1 at the Lake Butler Methodist church, upending a while with her aunt, Mrs. Cason, Minnie Elmer Cason and the Fenway Spirls' baseball team f aji :

on the evening, of August 17th. Dr. D. S. Scott in V&ldosta, Ga. I Gladys Crews, of Long Bridge, visi- of Boston is shown in practice at
''I Dunkle took his text from I John, .'1: I' Mrs G. W. Coleman left here this ted Mrs. F. L. Calaon arid daughter/ the Boston National League i
I week for Atlanta, Ga., where she .
1.3 verses from which he preached Saturday.A. grounds where her team worked
I a forceful sermon on tho subject! of expects to lay in a fine fall stock of I B. Surrency and Mr. Johnson ont with the Braves. The girl
I "j "Love". goods for the "Mirrow" our millenary motored to Worthington Sunday. wore bathing suits to keep cool.A .

N lie stressed the great love of God store E. H. Clemons made a trip to St. I
i 6! i for man in all conditions of life. Miss Bonnie Touchston, of Valdosta I Augustine Saturday.

',' : This sermon will long be remembered Ga. who has been visiting her J. Edmons went to Alachua at. wife Is a person who has just I

I 1 by those who were present many cousin Miss Neta Tomlinson returned urday. seen a good parking space back a II''
coming several miles from the surrounding to her home Thursday.T. R. H. Green made a business trip little ways. o '!
jommunitles to hear him. J. Townsend left here Thursdayfor to Jacksonville last week.

I \ Mr. G. E. Spires and wife of Eau Salt .Springs to join his family A. L. Green made a business tripto Kev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, pastorof
\ Galli are guests of Mr. and Mrs who have been on a vacation there Starke Saturday. the los Angelest Temple Baptist p aI

j G. W. Spires, parents of Mr. Spires. for a few weeks. Roy Andrew drove to Lake Butler church, says the flapper of today is

t Elmer Spires, of Winter Haven Is The revival session that were be- Sunday. all right, and if they want to smoke, ...
c""' ,<.. I G.- W. Spires. ing held at the Baptist church for Those attending the social at Mrs let 'em smoke. Is the pastor speakingof I.
I R. J. Andrews, Jr. and wife, of the last two weeks, conducted by F. L. Calson's Saturday night were: I II now, or after 1 Times-Union.
Winter Haven, are visiting Mr. end Revs. L. A. Rawla and the pastor, I Reddish Andrews, Floyd Wiggins,: I I I
I Mrs G. W. Spires, parents of Mrs. Rev. W. G. Doyle, came to a close Everet Renfroe. of New River, If everyone who is broke had to

I Andrews. Saturday night, meeting with I Emerey Johns of Long Bridge, Iris make affidavit to the fact, officers who ..lr.rkl.i t
r t In Memoriam much success. Five were baptised the Godwin Mona and Leila Mae Andrews are authorized to administer oaths

: Mrs. Angie Dell Rimes Shaw, wife last night cf the meeting, I Lois and Toledo Gainey, of would be in for a busy season.
.I \ Rev. L. A. RawU returned to his Brooker, Cephus and Luther Harrell,
1 of J. L. Shaw, ()f. Alachua, and Men's fashion hints
home in Tampa last Sunday. designer at a
of Bradford. Games
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T, H. were played
., ; Rev. W. G. Doyle and family coat without lapels, buttons or button- The
Rivers, of Worthington died Thursday mov- until a late hour and all reported inspiration of Labor Day is in retrospectionof
holes. If
they that what's
ed to Tampa Sunday where Rev. put over, a
i''' j August 7th at 10 o'clock p. m.- Doyle will take charge of the Sul- having Mrs. Alice a nice Abner time.hasreturned candidate or a salesman going tc hold all that has been achieved. Life would be tire-
t- j' at Orange General hospital in Orlando. .
? Arkansas
She had not been very w.n'.. phur Springs Baptist church. This home from a short visit at East Gazette. some if it had no rough spots. If a trial is hard to
estimable leaves
i family friends
J' several She had been In the many Palatka.We .
;years. all the
1 J hospital about three weeks and was here who wish them much success are grieved to : hear of the conquer more honor to those who conquer..

I I operated on Thursday morning and HIGHLAND death of Aunt Martha Parrish, of -- Labor has advanced its cause and will continue to
I never rallied from the anaestheticMrs. I Dukes.! She was a very kind old lady J Making Dust Fly .. j advance. Great honor
in store for labor. Thisis
and will be missed by all who know
t Shaw was born August 16, 1890. Highland, Aug. 22-A. A. Crews
She was married to Joseph L. Shaw is spending some time with relatives her.A our humble tribute to a great nation's biggest resource
I August 21, 1010. at Callahan. I fish fry was given at the Scout labor.
I She leaves to mourn her death two Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Home were Hole Friday night,: and quite a
I' number of the folk attended, also
visitors to Live Oak Saturday.Mrs. .
sons Jessie, age 13, Jim Willis, age
;\ H. C. Wimberly Miss Wini few from Brooker.
t y ; 3; one daughter, Josie Lee. Resides
c w r1. her husband and children she leaves fred Wimberly and Miss} Ethel Kicks I
t her parents, !Mr. and Mrs T. II. returned Saturday from a live weeks' LIVINGSTON=" PARISH os
Rivers. seven sisters and two brothers. visit with relatives in Michigan, REPENTS ACT; BLUE I' BANK OF STARKE "
and Ohio.
She was the first one of this .
large family taken. Her sisters are II. E. Adams, ofAnthony was the Orleans,-Aug. 16-The recently
{ Mr>, A. C. Strickland, Mrs. Chas !'. guest of H. C. Wimberly Monday and enacted "blue laws_ of Livingston,: ; The Bank of Helpful Service

r s sv River', of Lake Butler; Mrs. A. S. Tuesday.Geo. pariah, which among other things
\ {- Biding, of Largo; Mrs B. T. Shaw, E. Wilkilison, of Jacksonville, banned the wearing of knickers by I
of Alachua; Mrs. C. W. Edwards, of was greeting old friends. here Mon- women, kissing and hugging in pub- t

Ellenton; Misses! Johniu and Trumio, day. lic and the one piece bathing suit, I tI ,
< and brothers, J. D. and Wilbur, of U. B. Williams, of Jacksonville ia were repealed late today by the par- I,
pending a couple weeks here the -
Worthington. The funeral held --- --
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police jury, according to advices ------
I guest of his mother, Mrs Ida B. -
at the family residence Saturday received. tonight from Denham
# I morning conducted by Kev. G. W. S. Williams Spring. '
Ware, of Worthington assisted, by II. T. Boggs and Gordon Williams Aroused by the unfavorable pub- [ EIGHT AUTO SM"ASHUPS: Our

Rev l Adams, pastor of the Methodist spent Saturday in Jacksonville liclty given the parish, leading citizens ON JAX ROAD SUNDAY $5 and0 Automobile -
+ I church in Alachua. The choir Edward Marr, of Jacksonville, and !
sang of Denham Springs and other I Personal I Accident I
very sweetly "Asleep in Jesus" and. W. O. !Marr, of Minis, spent the communities had circulated a petition Iii'E uv Gainesville, July 29-There were
1 "Jesus Savior Pilot Me" at the home, weekend here with their father, J. T asking tho repeal of the ordinance. s eight automobiles wrecked on the Policy\ covers all injuries received -
then as the body will being laid to Marr. road between this city and Jackson-
I The petition was to have been by wheth-
presented an auto
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. :Marr and Loren ville by head on collision and ,
I rest in the family lot in the Shaw I at today's meeting but the one over-
Cemetery near Alachua they sang Marr, of Lnwtey, visited relatives police jury unanimously recalled the E f turned down an embankment, Sunday er yours or anothers, up to

I "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Shall : here Sunday. new law before the document reached night. 250000.
i We Gather at the Kivifr.Mrs. Mrs' .J. L. Strickland and children. it. 3 '
of Bronson are spending several Agency Established 'i
t Shaw was a dutiful loving According to citizens of Denham 1886
,, ', wife and affectionate mother and al I weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Springs, the ban against the wear- '
( Ii..1. Taylor at Clay 11111.II. / J- R. DAVIS I
Y'' true friend She will he greatly missed ing of knickers had caused a marked &. CO.SASH
in the community in which she B. Williams and) P. BolCltf!!'were decrease in tourist traffic through the .

!lived' The profuse floral offering visitors to Maxville Tuesday parish. ctY
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Misses Beth and! Winifred, W-imbcr-
,: showed with what high esteem this.* : '
1 lady was held, the grave being banked ly were shopping in the metropolis REGISTER FOR GENERAL ELECTION ,

with roses.. Tuesday. =" [ ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dekle, Mrs. .: ,' -T ,r TOCe CTS _1Y LUMBER BRICK LIME
UROOKEU Those who have not registered i in DOORS ''I
: 1 Arthur Dcklo and children spent Mrs. Miriam Ferguson, wife of CEMENT
Sunday In Lake City visiting relatives Brooker! Aug. 22-Prof. J. A. the past for a general election, are the former Texas governor is as- BUILDERS HARDWARE
and friends. Boatright the week-end his advised to do so at once. Registering piring to the same office and polled
spent at
for a primary election floes not entitle enough votes in the SHERWIN.
Mr. and !Mrs. R. E. Dell homo in Graham, Ga. lie primaries to
and son, was accompanied enter the fall Everythingfor" I
the in election
registrant to vote n general She is WILLIAMS -
s ( ; Ernest visited relatives and friends back by his wife Mrs. J. election. making the dust! fly in her race for PAINT I t j. .. '
f I in Alachua and Newberry last Sun- A. Boatright who has accepted a the !governorship. ". ;, Building
:\..l I
in the school here ,
day.J. place as teacher. Use of rugs has lessened the demand and ,
L W. Printer our A. C. L. freight :Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hazen, of Madison for carpet tacks but the growl VARNISHES a

I agent has been transferred to Lees- have been visiting his parents, of the automobile Industry has ,given: FLAMING: CROSS CONSUMERS COMPANY"1 ".
burg, to fill the vacancy there caused:! Mr. and :Mrs.\ G. W. Hazen. a new use for them. CAUSESST.U'EI LUMBER I
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by sickness of operatorhile away !Mrs O. G. Strayhorne, of Jacksonville E OF NEGROES STARKE

his place will be filled by his ion J. visited her parents Mr. and It Is reported that one 0(. the fastidious Norfolk, Va.-Terrified by the sudden FLORIDA I

C. a very accommodating and businesslike Mrs. E. M. Hazen Monday afternoon.Mr. newly married ladies of this appearance of a flaming. cross in

young man. and Mrs. P.: M.\ Barefoot, of town kneads bread with her gloveson. front of a road houSe in their settlement -- -- --- - -----
The rainy season is about over the Starke spent Sunday here at the This incident may be somewhat* between four and five hundred

weather I.i just fine and everybody home of the tatter's sister, Mrs. R. i peculiar but there are others negroes of Mundtown, Norfolk county GET
t Js| getting fixed for early fall vege I T. Osteen. I fled precipitately from their YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
tables. Union county can forever. Rev. Butler, of Dukes, will fill his A CLEAR SKIN homes. Thinking a Ku Klux Klan

boast of her rich soil suited to all\ i regular appointment at the Freewill Bright sparkling eyes, cheeks witH raid was being made on the settle- REPRN MANE&. PITCH
kinds of vegetables and fruit. Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. the glow of health, a skin as smooth ment scores dropped everything and BEST LEADING
Mrs. Charles Edwards and two I Lewis Shriver motored to Starke a. velvet the ideal we all strive to INSURANCE
attain. No ran, many scantily clad, leaving their COMPANIES
j children who reside at Ellenton are Sunday.Mrs. blemishes, no eruptions, I FIRE
y no blackheads no marks to destroy ----- ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE
'elative .
spending a few days with J. L. Shriver is spendingsome the
S and friends In Lake Butler. time at Pablo Beach.P. Th even secret texture is of healthy red skin. FOB HOME AND STABLE BONDS LIABILITY '
pure blood free I
Mrs. Sarah Hilton, of Jacksonville A. Crosby and H. P. Galney attended from poisons and impurities blood The extraordinary Boroioae treatment ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
% relatives andS to business in Starke that for flesh wounds, cuts. sores, galls, burns
,Ii is visiting .among Thurs- makes the body glow and radiate and scalds is just as effective in the stable --
friends this weeV. < day.J.. health, blood that drives pirn- as in the home. Hone flesh hew with -- =
Little !Miss Luella and Esther II. Kelley and J. E. Clemons attended pies, boils eruptions, eczema and remarkable purl. : under its powerful In- "COUlD BETTEi FEiTlllZEi BE HIDE WE WOULD ; f
Riven are enjoying a week's visit the annual meeting at Long skin blemlshn from tile system fluence. The treatment is the same for Prte.a.t of .... ... 11IE IT'
at Worthington Springs with their Pond Saturday and Sunday. THE LEONARDI'S BLOOD ELIXIR FOR animals as for humans. First waah out "?ZZS..... FALL PRICE&reliable Sta.......'S'MOS'. PURl" .... "GEII BRAND ... -?.

II'randparent.II'. and Mrs. T. H. H. P. Gainey and L Morgan spent blood, drive the makes rich red infectious germs with liquid Itorosone ..,...... Cr...... P"... ......-...-ll,, .._..... .i QUALITY. ,.. '.' the *... '.017 T.... .")
Impurities out and the Boroione Powder N. 11..__ ..
complete the .. .. << BEST f.r
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Rivers. Wednesday at Santa Fe lake fl hin '. brings the glow of health. Use it healing proems. PriM! liquid( ) 80e. 60s Aleo get ,"nI'' IN5ECfaugs SPRAYERS, DtSTERS aad DUSTS
: :Mrs. Rosetta Osteen. of High now. Insist on LEONARDI'S. and$1.20. Powder 30c and 60c. Sold by E .0. k
Worthington Springs, spent part of last week here Refuse substitutes At an druggists. All Drug StorM P.iDlerFertiJ erCo. JacheaviD.Fl.Ifi .



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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1921..
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I I I Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children, of They say fashif>n-repeat themselves in the swinging doors. FOR SALE OR RENT-My- house on

tives.Gainesville, are here visiting rela- but we'll bet a million against -3V" crowd of about 500 gathered Cherry street. Will sell or rent, all j ,

Bits ol Local'Iilkoruiaioij hoopskirts and bustles coming back. about thd place but none had the or partly furnished. Two toilets, t'

I temerity to enter until Police Sergeant bath and lavatory. W. E. Daughrty .
Charlie Beasley is spending sever- CEMETERY: WORKING Johnson appeared and arrtfsted 1 t%, 8-82-tf.
I al days in Starke with his father, O. '- I
: There will be ; Mrs. Atkins. She WRit later released et- ..
I L. Beasley. a cemet44y'workingat r
Hope on bail after she had fainted while I.I FOR RF.NT-At Kingsley
Cemetery Tuesday August j
4. I J. F 20. Everybody invited to como telling her story. furnished four-room cottage and
Concerning Our Kickliter and family left In pre-
People a
Easiness She she for
and said what
o was sorry I
pared to spend the day. motor boat; two room completed
/ \ car Tuesday n rning for a
he {) I' she had done and explained that she
County and Town. ( trip to the mountains of North Caro- COMMITTEETO : this week. !Mrs Neff, Stake, It. I'
lina. had gone to the saloon to And her .- .

SCHOOL PATRONS: husband who frequented the place. I i SUBSCRIBE TO TilE TELEGRAPH

' Carl Floreus, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. L. M. DeSha, who has been J Miss MJty Peek returned to Jacksonville We have a limited supply of the METHODIST: I'
Tuesday in Starke. Thursday, after spending new, text books and suggest that If
visiting her
William! Struth parents Sr., Mr. and Mrs. I several weeks at. the home of her you know which you will need to Sunday school at ten o'clock every. I .Arch Killer I '
returned Satur- brother Col. C. L. Peek. purchase, can buy time be- Sunday morning.! I
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent day to her home in Wildwood. you any
Tuesday in Jacksonville. (I I fore opening day. Preaching next Sunday morning at I
: Mr. and !Mrs. S. S. Dowling and lit- |t. J. W. MORGAN. 11:00: orlock by tho pastor! Rev. I.. II.I I ,,1 ;

Misses Frances and Virginia Hav- tle daughter Nettle Jacksonville Simpson. Also
went to Sunday evening ut
Mrs. J. W. White
spent Saturdayin erstick, who have been visiting their Tuesday to visit Mrs. Dow- NOTICE 8:00: o'clock. I ,
Jacksonville with
relatives. .grandmother( Mrs. E. M. Greeson, I ling's sister, Mrs. James GudbolJ. NOTICE Prayer meeting Wednesday OM-- y
I will
apply for a pardonat
left Saturday for their home in Indianapolis ning at eight o'clock.
O. L. Beasley has moved to the N. \ Ind. I 1! the next regular meeting of the w. I
!Misses :Mona and Blanche Alder :t
T. Hitch home on Walnut street. Board of Pardons for the Crime of '
I I man, Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. F. B. Murder in the '
Second Degree, WhichI "
Mr. and Mrs. Marshburn 0nd children, Louise and 3
Jack Howe, of Lawtey, was a Bryant Hodges and was convicted of at the Spring %%
business visitor to Starke Tuesday. little daughter, who have been visi- Edward, of Crestview, motored to Term of the Circuit Court of Bradford 'ENTAWOR1ICOLUMN

ting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hampton Monday afternoon and County, Florida, 1017.
P. Hoffman, returned Sunday to their were guests at the home of Mr. and It. NOAH TAYLOR.
Everwear lisle hose for men 3 for home in Jacksonville. Mrs. Futch."

$1 at Sternberg's.Mrs. chit.I i WRECKS SALOON IN ,

Mrs. Charles W. T. N. Limbaugh has been suffering HUNT FOR HUSBAND
Katie Davis spent the first of Chalker and I
dren, who have been visiting her very much on account of stick FOR KENT: Modern house with -;
week Palatka Baltimore- !
the in visiting rela. Mrs. Bessie Atkins
ing a nail in his foot, and only skillful !-
lives. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby, '' emulated Carrie Nation in the saloon rooms bath and sleeping porch. L
medical attention has
left last Thursday to join her hUSband preventeda James ILPartridge tf.
'If Couithlin and when she got
serious of Mr.
case!* bloodpoison.
Miss Hilda Struth went to Jacksonville at Bethleham, Pa. Limbaugh's friends trust that he through the place was a complete FOR IUNT-Two room furnished

Sunday morning to visit will soon be fully recovered. wreck. apartment, near school F. A. Scott 1
friends. Re.-, and Mrs. B. D. Law, Mrs. Allie I Thu proprietor and his son were Starko. H-2L-2t.:!:! :!
Law and daughter. Miss Doris who attending. to the wants of seven cus-
Revival services conducted by
Mrs. J. O. Traxler, of St. Augus- have been visiting at the home of Mr. I Rev. Taylor, state evangelist at the tomers who lined the rail. The wo FOR SALE-Meat hugs from 1 year

tine, has been visiting Mrs. W. E. and Mrs. A. E. Wall, returned to Hampton Baptist church, are attended man's appearance war unexpected, to 2 years'"old.. Price $5 to $10, according -
Middleton.N. their home In New Smyrna.Mrs. I but so fierce was her onslaught! that to size. A. Starling, Green
by large crowd Thursday eveningthe
the woe men effected a disorderly retreat Cove Springs R. A. Box 70. 8-15-41 .v
following party of Starke people a
: :; !
B. Hull and J. S. Brown motoredto W. R. McManan of Jennings, motored to the service: Miss Mona and Coughlin senior got his FOR SALE- A-few-sutsumu-orungutrecw Police of Hanover, Germany be-

Jacksonville Tuesday on a busi- is here visiting her husband, who is Alderman. John Powell, Mr. and Mrs. view of the carnage through a crack reserved for a few days for livve Frltt llnurnmn hay murderedmore

ness trip. employed in Mitchell's drug store Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, sale In Bradford county. Place than !fifty although he admits
for the month of August while Mr. < Rev. and) Mrs. B. D. 'Law and !Miss order now with twenty-five but twenty-two victims lured to
your modest residence and murdered
R. E. Dell, prominent merchant of Mitchell is taking a vacation. | Doris Law.
666 per cent deposit and,\ have your order Crnving notoriety seem. to bo bu
Lake Butler, was in Starke Tuesdayon reserved 11. H. Wlgglim, Agent only reason

business. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein and ,! Misses Isabel and Alice Fernandez Is a prescription for Malaria, Chills 8-22-21.:! I .

son, Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Charles spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Sam and Fever Dengue or Bilious Fever.It .

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones returned Holstein and little daughter, Doris, I I kill*. the verm*. *
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Monday afternoon from a stayin all of Gainesville, were guests Sun- j: Rosenberg, of Plant City was

Jacksonville. day of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. a business visitor to Starke Wednes .
day. rea0 ie""", "1ICDImItfIK')1o'llllllmllf: >+eP Gainesville Bus Co.

Everwear silk hose for ladies In W. A. Dubose and family, of Tampa, !I COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

all colors 7'Jc a pair and up at Stern-. spent tha week-end in Starke and The Chace home on West Call a Full Lin. of
berg's. ., Bradford county visiting friends and street is nearing completion, after UmJ ertakft' Smfflitt Operator

4 relatives. Mr. Dubose stated the road undergoing considerable repairs. GAINESVILLE TO STARKELv
Miss Hilda Lewis, of Jasper, i Ie Tampa Is now in excellent condition : AUTOMOBILE- HEARSE

visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Robinson '. The parkways in front of the residence Always) en hand. The best ocr- Graham Hotel 7:00'a.m. Lv Hotel Marion 9:45: a.m'
at Kingsley lake. I of T. N. Limbaugh and A. E.
... at the lowest price. Special Lv 10:05
Lv Waldo 7:40: a.m. Hampton : a.m'
Wall have been beautified, by the
Messrs. J. S. and Harold S. Brown attention to telegraph .rera. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hoppe of Tam- of Plant City who have been here for wanting of flowers. fltere4 Bmbalmr.DeWITT : Lv Hampton 8.0a.m.: ( Lv Waldo 10:25: a.m.
the week-end with her sis- I
pa, spent
the: past two .weeks repairing and repainting .
ter, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. their home on Walnut J. H. Hunelly.'of South Carolina, :- R' Ar Starke 8:20: a. m. Ar Gainesville 11:00: a.m. .

street, returned to their home Tuesday has accepted the position of salesmanfor G C. JONES TIME TABLE-STANDARD TIME

Miss Ethel Griffin is at Kingsleylake i Ford products at the garage of STARKE, FLA .: SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

visiting Mrs. R. J. Davis and J. W. Andrews, Jr.
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and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and daughters ._ .
Misses Elizabeth and Mary, and Miss Louise Fernandez left Wed-'

Miss Jeanette Durden is spendingthe son, Hugh Jr., are spending the week 'nesday morning for Sumter, S. C., I
week in Hampton at the home of at the State Farm with Mrs. Brownlee's where she will spend two weeks

her uncle. A. A. Durden. I. brother., Superintendent J. S. ,with her friend, Mrs. Fleming S.'Nance. V'01..1. .
Blitch. I' ISTEEP .tfttiIOT F".A.I.... r c

Paul E. Canova, Sr. and family,
t If a man with three talented and a small Independent milk routo. tH.
also several guests are at Kingsleylake H. A. Bishop has purchased the B.
The exclusive shop owned by Miss pretty children, a contented wife He was wiped out:, By hopping
for ten days M. Dowling property) on West Call
a stay.
Marguerite Shriver is now called and a bank account of 1100,000 is freight trains he made his
Dowling has moved to way
"Marguerite's", and at this up to date street. Mr. a successful man then Harry Gray-, to New York and hired out as a
Mrs. George Thomas, of Stuart, place ladies can find the newest in Jacksonville where he has .secured Ron, 48 years old, of Rangeluy dishwasher on the Panama Railroadutoamnhlp

is visiting her father, Rev. L. W. millinery, dresses and gifts for all employment. Lakes, Maine when Is worth considering. Cristoble plying between .

Kickliter and other relatives. occasion! his In 1890, ho wan fourteen New York and Colon. Arriving on married the daughter", of an
J. P. Donoley !Mr. Stinson and son father John Orayaon died. The the Isthmus, a strip of which army lieutenant and sold out his

Mrs. II. M. Snyder and her guest, and Mrs Smith, of Dublin, Ga., Mrs.' family Mass., and were living in Haverhill, known as the Canal Zone, the Government business for $100,000 ca.h. Settling -
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, of of Plant City worn poor. The elder had taken over he formed! in Hang..l.y Lake., Ornyson
Mrs L.o'. Emery, of Hughes: and family, trrayson died of
Tampa, who have been visiting their consumption. a partnership with a Chlnsmen and took
motored to Gainesville Saturday. were guests first of the week at the A after hor up the tumult of his favorite
daughter Mrs. O. L. Beasley, left year hunhnml's opened a silk shop In old Panama hobby, that of a guldu. Ills summers l-
home of C. N. Mrs.
Cooper. death'l
Monday for Albany, Ga., where they Orsyson married again. City. HU Investment was his la are now spent illrorting the
silk hose at Sternberg'sthey new father kicked Harry out bors. Whom few
your will \isit i relatives.Mr. a years later Ancon curious through the mountainous
carry the Everwear line and Judge R. A. Green was a visitorto house. Making hU way to Salem became settled with workers regions of Northern Maine, andthrnnuh
the boy got a Job In a butcher shop, from the States: hl llttl.- .I t
they sure wear good.D. Palatka Monday, having legal nh'rt nr i llvMmmch"n, Lake' re-
and Mrs. J. M. !Mitchell and and nut of his prat two V" +r. f.T"". ,, .q"hlnnM .4nn I ..
He wan .
I business before Judge Long; ,,<' '
Lucile motored to Lake-
daughter in
P. Carpenter returned Friday other in South Flor- accompanied by J. It. Collier local ia
land and points
from a two weeks vacation spent ida on a vacation trip. While in Tam- manager of Young| Store.
with friends in South Florida.
of Mr. and
pa they will be guests Connie
Misses Henrietta Padgett,
Mrs. G. C. Llrlngston.II' Willie Mae Johnson, Iris' Ep .
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy returned Padgett,
Mesnr J. E. Mamas, Jr.,
Friday from their wedding and, !Mrs. E. O. Allen and Mrs. ,person and Orville -
trip to Miami and Palm Beach. Augustine, Hal Malnes, John Padgett .
W. F. Winscott, of St. Grlffis motored to Gainesville! I" u -
of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. I Ii
were guests and attended the I ,
Levy Canova, of Jacksonville, spent ; Stringfellow Tuesday. They also visited Tuesday night

the week-end with his parents, !Mr.I at the home of !Mr.\ and !Mrs. M. showing of "The Wanderer Theatre.A of 1Vasteland" i I
E. Canova at Kinnsley at the Lyric
and Mrs. E. D. Carter while here. i

lake. I house party composed of the following -

in Mr. and, Mrs Homer B. Limbaugh Lake Butler and Starke people J 1Lb ) I Io
Stanley Adams of Jasper, was and little laughter, Marjorie Jean,
after I spent last week at the S. L. Peek cottage
week looking
town first of the lateral who have spent the past two weeks ( Kingsley lake: Mr. and Mrs.
construction work on. T. N.
with hm parents, Mr. and W. J. Epperson anti family, Mr. and
roads. Limbacgh returned Saturday to their and family, !Mix \ _
Mrs. P. .Padgett'

"" G. M. Slstrunk and family and C. home in Tallahassee. :Willie Mae Johnson. The party moved I lwi ][] a rI
to the Limbaugh cottage: this week I tSAr
A. Futch and family are at Kingsleylake I Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch who and were joined by Mrs. J. .: Maim-n I

occupying their newly completed have been theguests of !Mr. and Mrs.T. \ and sons, J. E. Jr., and Hal, !Mnt. O.

cottage. N. IJmbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Maines of Lake Butler. Mrs. A.

L. Brownlee. have returned to their J. Lucas and daughter, Polly, of I I
Mrs. F. S. Geiger and daughter, home in DeLand. They mode the tripIn Wattersboro, S.C. Mrs. Lucas i III a I
:iirs. Donoxant, of Waldo spent by
their car and were accompanied sinter of Mr. P. M. Padgett.
;clay;; wiIi" : Mrs. Geiirer's brother, Hugh L. Brownlee, Jr. I

O. L. Beasley. Every wife has a chance except the in industry...but peace only which comes with honor and

O. L. Zimmerman and sons Le- one whose husband says: "I knew you I PEACE

Try Everwear hose one time and noir, Lawrence and Virgil, of Pitts- would understand dear.Duluth I the application of principles: of fairness and justice to both

you'll buy them all the time. They burg, Pa., who have been visiting Herald.No '.

sell front 79c a pair up at Sternberg'sMrs. I' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder left father should- cuss a son who capital and labor. It is well that one day each year is set apart that
Thursday for their home. They were .
E. B. Marshbum and children, far Jacksonvilleby bring homo a bride from college. It labor and consider its its and
accompanied as as aazophone.Baltimore may pause aims purposes its achievements.We .
have been
of her might a I
of Crestview, are guests Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, and the

rents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Alderman, party spent the day at Pablo Beach "Sun. I all express the hope that the next year will see an increased cordial

on N. Walnut street. SUBSCRIBE TO I

Among the Starke people attend THE TELEGRAPH relationship maintained between employer and employee.-and with
Dr. H. C. Chace and family of ing the Farmers' and Fruit Growers'

Ocala, were here last week as guests Week of the University of Florida BIDS FOR WOOD prosperity to all.Bradford. J

of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hooverand Mr.' were: !Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand \
and Mrs. P. E. Canova. children Mr. and Mrs. F. A. The trustees of Starke High School II IIwill
receive sealed bids until noon I,
Scott L. C. Powell, Mrs. J. F. Kick-
Mrs. L. F. Emery and children of liter and son, Charles. Mrs. George Saturday, August' 30th, for twenty-

Jacksonville, returned home Sunday Thomas, Guy Cady, Beverly Cady five cords of 4-foot wood to be delivered I

afternoon after a visit at the home of Mrs. T. S. Williams and children.Mr. and stacked at the school buildingin I County Bank

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder. Starbe not later than October 16th. .

and Mm. A. Paul Daugherty, In submitting proposal bidden

-.Mr. and !Mrs\ G. W. Alderman and Mr. and !Mrs. Wm. D. D ughrty..Mrs. must specify in writing the kind of I Established in 1889 w'

daughfeH; Misses! Mom and Blanch, : Crenon and Miss lone Cline wood they propose to furnish.
and DeWitt C. Jones motored to left\ Tuesday morning for their home, File bids with the undersigned.E. I
the I S. !MATTHEWS, "Bradford County's Financial
Jacksonville Sunday and spent In Del Holnes, Iowa and Enid '

day. Oklahoma. During their stay in f 8-15-21. Chairman Board of Trustees.--I I II I Stronghold"I I
Cold Cause Grip and Influenza Starke they were guests of Rev. and>! -Tto Q toto. That Decs ffot Affect TfcTltaa1B I

Mrs W. E. Daugherty, and had much .raM of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remo.5" to say in praise for Starke and its TI'E BROMO QOtNINE; (T.bt.nl CM be tsteab I !
tile ca_ Than !Y ocJy. oo*"Bron Q\aiDID& I WTOM wKhnat ntmtnf uiirfamtnm* at rlMfa* I I __ ______ ____
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/';; Pahokee- Second dredge starts \ Jacksonville-Masonic temple to Bartow- 250 acres of bananas

Tutt's Pills work in Pahokee drainage district. be constructed. planted in what will eventually ba

I FARMERS 1,500-acre banana plantation in Peace
and FARMINGFARMERS St. Andrews-$40,000 federal aid Okeechobee-100-room hotel to be
A Th.fIr1a d.... a. .toaloh.. the i lay.Ud, Rivet valley.
td tnt Irnmecliat. r.a.f r..Iatin"" appropriated for completion o: dredging erected.

Ij bow.l.end di............._lnducine work in channel. Sebring-Drainage and road build-
City-Golden Ring ,
projects in Highlands
ing county-
I AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I\ Stuart $222,000 improvementbond Inc., with capital stock of $1,00,000,
GOOD DIGESTION malting good headway.
," ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND ME'CUOUSOUNU \: issue proposed. granted charter.

j TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. ; Untie-One of the most Interesting Miami Miami Beach Railway
Fort Pierce-Western Union Tele- BlantonBlanton Packing Com-
and valuable held Company leases Miami street rail-
meetings ever in
__ I graph Company installing' messenger pany starts erection of modern plant.
this of 30
county was that of the Avocado road for period years.
box circuit system.
SOME: POINTERS: GIVEN; I ON I Hutch into larvae. During the late !i Association at the Government Plant 53,588 carloads of oranges and

r PERSIMMON; PROPAGATION:' summer and fall as they develop they' introduction gardens, where demon- West Florida has best blueberry grapefruit shipped from Florida this Jacksonville Large city warehouse -

I feud very sparingly on the foliage, and stration on topworking the avocado crop in years. season. under construction.
r Many people ask, questions about.' about the last of September they seek under field conditions were given. Pensacola-. Sherril- Oil Company I
; I propagating Japanese persimmons l i winter quarters where they remain Milton\ -Contract to be let for St. Augustine-Southern Utilities I purchases harbor oil terminal properties !
; The universal practice in to use stock I intil the buds begin to unfold in the Putnam-Corn and cover crops on construction of 700-foot steel bridge, Company to construct high tension I Texas I
of Company.
tl I of our native wild species (Diospyrus :.pring. the Irish potato land is the best' for with 80 foot span, to complete Es- 33,000 volt line from this city, I

I Virginian) and, during! the summer II "Therefore by spraying now, before several years. The plantings of grapevines cambia bay bridge' : appropriate cost through Hastings, to Palatka. The general taxpayer must makeup
months, bud by either the annular | ". made this spring are doing ex- the
(rj they hibernate, says A, II. Beyer, as- 120000. I to the government I
shield method. This is the latest ad- ceptionally well. Some huvo made a .
J sistant entomologist of the Florida Daytona-Street paving contracts which it loses through inability to
,. Col1 I Experiment Station, "most of the growth of over ten feet. i, Jacksonville Arrangements being :''let Involving expenditure of.$185,000; tax the Income from billions of tax-

le"e.i larvae that are produce next year's SuwanneeAttended a farmers made for installation of "white ,i sewers to be installed, costing $28- exempt bonds. '

i The authorities at this College have i I infestation can be" killed, and much meeting and picnic in Rixford Com- way" from this city to Pablo Beach, 108.
the following to say in this connec4' I .. distance 19 miles. I Now is the time for greatest fire I
damage prevented. munity. H. C. Bates addressed the
} tlon: "The method employed in bUd-j i i, Seabreeze, Daytona and Daytona I caution in forests and persons guiltyof
The following formula is recommended farmers on a farm based
determines program on '' forests
with fire in
ding persimmons Eustis-Telephone system being Beach spending in excess of $1,000- negligence
the character of weed that should bu I I : one and one-half pounds ar- livestock and farm dairying. Two improved. 000 for public improvements. I should be dealt with severely.
selected a!* buds. For annular or patch I senate of lead, one-half pound Kayso, farmers have expressed themselves In i
budding the most satisfactory buds'' the milk obtained by shaking three favor of adopting the program for --_- -.--- --- -- -
pounds of: free stone lime in a little their farms. -- --
those taken from wood that is
'. are Babe' Ruth is Studying to be a Detective, so One of
and 50 gallons of water. To
two or even three years old. Such water e e .
buds are easier to handle and do not control pecan scab at the same time Our Artists Has Shown Him in Some of His Disguises
dry out so readily. 1-4-50 bordeaux mixture can be sub FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL
stituted for the water in the above REVIEW
i "Annular or patch budding is per- . .
formed when the bark slips readily. formula.

The budder cuts a ring of bark from . Key West$ OOOO bonds to be
the stock. He discards this and removes old for improvement of roads and
similar ring in the center of grounds around golf course on Stock .

which is aI bud from the bud stock. S S .REPORTSOkcechobeu . island.
He this in the left
places space
Stuart-Florida East Caost Kail-
I removing the bark from the stock and, --The County Commis-
way Company move freight depot -
sioners Agricultural -
wraps the wound up at once with appointed a County
across river.Altamonte .
wax cloth, being careful not to cover Advisory Committee of 15 rep- i

" j the bud. resentative farmers and fruit growersIn Springs-lion, and Mrs. .i l yt4,+asm+t 'A.i Ae the famous
a' As a Corot As Senator Walsh i
As a British Dlsga1'ed as
.1 1.1i "Shield budding/ may be done at different sections of the county. Charles D. Haines make gift of splendid ..J i.ocomotlre U whiskbroom t.andscspa of Montana I One-eyed CougofylU.Sftoyalrs.t
Our' local Citrus Growers Association
any time when tile trees are in vigorous estate to Florida Newspapermen's
I growth and when well matured appointed J. LI.: Prevatt, of Kissimmee, Association for national home.
L n' .1i'lo, as In..ol m a n age r for the e nauin g _.
buds of the current seasons growthcan q. 'V D' -- -- --- -- -- ---- -----
be obtained. This method is identical I year. Ocala-Improvement bonds to be

with that of propagating citrus voted on
Duval-The matter of the county
11 that the shield bud is .
f employing a poultry and dairy special Stuart-Consolidated Motor Sales
than that used with citrus. It is one
ist and also one general assistant to Company remodeling old Lyric thea-
and one-half to two inches long inserted
the county agent was presented to the ter building for use as warehouse
in either the "T" or inverted
Board of County Commissioners on
r s "T" Incision Wax cloth raffia is
I or Florida Western & Northern Rail-
Wednesday, by the chairman of the
1, 4: used as wraping and is allowed to remain agricultural committee of the Chamber road Company applies for authorityto

Ii until the buds have united with of Commerce and at least 20 enthusiastic construct: seven-mile branch line BALLOON- BALLOON-TYPE HIGH PRESSUREBuilt
the stock; after which it should be from Ocala to Anthony and three-
'J' ', speeches were made by the of Latextreated'Cords
cut to prevent girding. leading men of Jacksonville In favorof mile spur at Frostproof.

the appropriating funds suf-
ARSENATE-LEAD CONTROLS Winter Park-$150,000 100-room

tv PECAN LEAF CASE BEARER ficient penses to of pay these the men.salaries and ex- hotel to be built.Bradentown TIRE building took a big step for-

One of the most serious pests of : Tampa Southern when the makers of United
Santa ROM On of
the pecan Is the leaf case bearer. Paean this week L. M.-Rhodes Wednesday, State Market Railroad Company to erect $100,00 StatesTires invented the Latex Process. /
growers over a large area of Flor- terminal building.
ida suffered a heavy loss from the rav- ing Commissioner, addressed a large The added strength and wearing /
crowd of farmers at the court house
Haines City-Building construe
ages of this insect during the early I l
spring of this year. The larvae attacks in Milton on Organization and Mar tion unusally active. quality given by Latex-treated cordsis tai
keting. Much interest shown I
the unfolding buds and tender was by something that the of Royal
both business men and farmers. Winter Haven-City entering upon
leaves. They do not discriminate
young extensive street improvement pro- Cords tell about from his Il
in their feeding habits but do Baker-Inspected ono'Oeld of cotton gram. can you

vour blossoms, bud, leaves and I lent finding it very small duo to the own experience.

buds. Often large branches are defol- lack of humus In the soil, but there Ocala-$1.500,000 bond !issue sold 1 1

iated. was an abundance of fruit on it for for road construction. in Marion Royal Cords are the standard of

The worms are a brownish color at : size. Only one infested square was: county. value in cord tire equipment-even

first but turn green as they continue i found in the field, and we were toll /I
to feud on the foliage, observation has that no infestation had been noticed Tampa-New buildings to be erec- more certainly today than ever before. t, aI* I '

j shown. since the treatment in June.Uncle ted at fair grounds ,

I At this time the moths of the third And this holds: good whether you are ; /1/i/
Palmetto Eighteen hole gaIt! s
generation are appearing, and are depositing course to be laid out considering; a High-Pressure! Tire,aTJalloon- Ill

s si ; eggs which In a few days will Tvpt:Tire to fit your present wheels anJ ri ma,

Bartow Establishment of city Balloon.! Tire for Inch wheel.! t'II
20 21
or a a: or I.; trlNa

i {JI1 I World's Record | v, e.'li.I' I I .1 1l;: hospital practically assured. i'III

{ 1 West Palm Beach-City to increas United States ll S

'i,> I II personnel of fire department.
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Good Tires r
I are
h Jcrltn : WEAK EYES ,

Z Are made strong by Leonardi's Eye /

f .i' :My iiic-ic has bought a "buthm1suit" Lotion. Inflammation ill cured with-
I out pain in one day. No other eye lilt
I I think .
WI she Calls it tlmt-
I remedy: so pure and healing. Keepsthe _
which Is jest about as hefty ai eyes in working trim. It maces! Tr.de Mark

s. tf! the bund around] any hat strong eyes. At all druggists.
She nee it'- plenty big unough Buy U.S. Tires from, j
tf t J. W.
.. but rl'lIlIy-t'olhor day I didn't Jr.

\ know she had it on, and, -looked STARKE, FLORIDA

the other way!

Moil anything can ketch my { Is Dempsey Through?
, t eye. that's innocent and cutx- e -
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f; and, Teeny's shore a stunner In I' IIv4 I IA

her little bll thin' suit. While

alTordin" some protection, I I
f, would call it ruther slight, but ..N THE.RGS A NICE LET ME O'.T '

the i little darlin' likes it, so--tii't LITTLE GAME" SAY 'I'M doss

kon she is right! _; IN OUR AT GOIN' on DOWN ,Iri. THIS 1)KELLY

But, Teeny's Ma-Lord blot SET'rbwIGNT NO(1( I I i'' I'I' I

h.now I hope she don't TOWN WILL AGGIE CAN KEEP

iifpin- to abbreviated hnth-xiiitw LET You OUT ) ME! IN 4

that the fashion might require. Bossr

If I was her I wouldn't try We Agree

to imitate my dau/ohtt'r-hut/ II' A

I did!, I'd fool, the cl'lIwd-.hv .r : With
I It I
Unyin' under I water! Pop


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Robert Lvtcvnder, of Newark
N' J.. ono Amein.tn! champion who: HE'S BOSS >
te q-t DOIS'T
broke thoinches sm d's, r.'curtl l by 3 t''- THINK I'LL GO HSU HBM Halt
in aluni'c, '; the IIlymllj fakeiu -7. OUT THAT'S A LOTTA
title vuth I u bleu ..u:,'., of J3:; it. 6 D : APPLESAUCEP :
btchw.To. .
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mc.eTC V 6000

|Iweeing Mveedftter rlde l swIlud U

Jack Itouipaey'fl mvUii-putting his .t!
Stop a Cough Quick : ear In the illtch and the champion ? .
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a lu the honultitl with a hosted right ,,
cough medicine which stops the cough by f iiriu. The boxing world I Is now won (6 )
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues sfaaea dering If Jack's "bremlw Inner" will ci "1 e { "

A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE carry tire .sole old wallop.
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and R ata

w Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of .. e,
/ iJ HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve /T.
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof No Worm In a Healthy ChildAll .

children Buffering from a Cold or Croup. children troubled with Worm have an unhealthy
The Hesllnr effect of lisv.a' "ftl\lI\ { H.n.y ID- for the liver color: ,which Indicate poor blond. sod ai e U e
aide th.tbrostcomldnr'Iwnh the h".IIDct of rule there .la more or 1 leer moraach" dlMiubaoc .
Gnws'.4Pen-Trite. 5.1". through the pure of Bewar of Imitation Demand GROVE'S TASTELESS!: chill IONIC' given rrtulvlylor
be skInqI n.tOOS cou.h.&xh two or three week will eorfch" the blood. Improve
rocked In one canoe sad the the enuine lOe sad
renl.dies ) ( 35c pack thedlttxiloa.and net ...General Strentfthenln -
cost ol the combined treatment la MeJust .f.. bearing above) trade marl&f *Tonic to the whole.nt".... Nature. will then
1 %* ask your druggist for HAYES'HEA.l.JNG throw oft or dUpel the wonna, and taeChlld will be
HONEY. In perfect .health. Ploaiaat to ..... We" per tots!.. C{+
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 22. 1921.

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STUDENT HELD Strawberries 842. J. L. FRAZEE ;'
INFATALSHOOTING County Florida to-wlt: NOTICE or ELECTION hull be nuhmlttM
Cabbage 4,276.PinIpples. to the eleStoraofiheState .
Northeant quarter of Northeast quartej of .' :
ATTORNEY AND T. C. L. Peek .t the general .1..Uon l to b held !
284. COUNSELLORAT 9nction Ion. in TowniiMp Seven South Rant mayor of Starke. Fla.. bv nn tho flmt
vlrtura of th 1..01.1'l .ft.,, the Hm.
Twenty-one Eat. Irai three In South authority veeted. In me by *law, Monday In NiumU,
Mixed vegetables, 4,872.Purdy's LAWPOSTOFFICE weet corner thereof acre do hereby call: an election I to be heltl at tha A. D., *lOfU. fir ratlfldiitlon or rojoctiuii towlt ''II

-- A. 8. CREWS. town hall In th* aforeaaltl town, by the auaU : I'I h ,
BUILDING I lOrd voter there Soot I on II. No tax lnh.
Special Maat. In on upon Ht.\noo or up,
I Philos r Chancery. th. Income ..,
8.1.5U8-2B TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER B 11)14. on rn.lr.vnt. or elt.acn nf thIs
"I've noticed one thing-few 'goodScOUts' ST AR.KE. FLA."ASTER'S for the purpose of electIng the followlnu nf.I R"...> lmll h# Irvli-.l bjr tho St.t of Klc.ri.ln I
know the NOTICR TO IIJ(1(1ltR8 fice ratOn or untlur Ita .,,'horlll' soul there hall be enrm -
Miss Viola. Nash of Gainesville trail to success. Sealed hIde will be .received hy the DoerS of I !Mayor, "t from taxation to the lirail, off family

I SALE!: Bond Tnuitee of 'Bradford County Florida at I One Marehal. rvoiillnH I. thin. State. houMpholil ....".. and I, ,
Believed Dying From Mysterious Speeding Sam Say Notice 1 Ia herby viten that under and br the office of the Secretary, up I., I .10 clock Three Aldermen. 'ixrvotml ftTtfiM' )lo the vain i>f Fir UunUmd .
"All roods lend to-jail-if vlmir* ot that certain final deere. of for..I..u. .. on the li'th. day of Sortetilier. .\. [D. 11,14. for On. ".....or. ((1500.00)) Dollar
yougota ... niftifo and entered on July 2Uth A. D. the following road machinery : One (:Iork. Treasurer. and) Tax* Collector. ?
Shot. heavy gas-foot. 1024, br Honorable A. V. Lone, Jut!** of lh* One in.JO H P. Tractor.One Inapector. of said .*r.tlon J. L. feek. A. A JOINT RESOLUTION rropoilng anAmrm.ment
Circuit Court In and for Bradford County Th....... Way Road Dra*. W. Andenon and A. H. John.. to Artlcln VIII of the Cnn.ttty. f
I How They Figure Florida. In that certain ...... wherein D. B. On. t Ton Truck with d..mp.batly. In teetlmony whereof. I hereunto .luhurlh' Ito.. of I th.- St.).. of Horhlu tvtr.tl\c to Clllr
Gainesville, AUK. 10-Miss Viola "Do Knight .la Complainant, and J. O. Wynn .la Bidder. nre required to furnIsh Rncrlflcatlonannd my name and use,". the el ot th* laid town unit (',,,"nll... '
shool you get a vacation ? defendant the underpinned, will offer for late all information on iHiuipmeiit. and prl... t<< be hereunto ffl\rd) this 8Ul day of august, Ritolvf'1 by the LulUtur. of the Slate ,
Nash-: teacher was lying in the "Yep-four weeks. Two while the and will nell for cash to the hlghmt and beet are to be F. O. B. Stark. Florida. ID24. C. I.. PEEK.!: H""JI : 1

hospital here this. morning with a boss is bidder in front of the court ho...*. door In The tloard reeerte the right to reject any l8vaH Mayor of Starke, Flo. That the fnll..lnll annn fatal bullet away-and two of my own"Never Starke. Bradford, County Florida on Mon. or all blil... $.H-6t-,-0.I Vtll of the Cunntltdtlon of the Stat) nf Flor- ,
probably wound just below day, the Ut day of September. A. D. 1924. B. S. MATTHEWS/ : ----- --- ------ 101. M'luthc' to eit.r. anil rounttrn t,. hi num 11 .'

the heart, as the result of a mys- Thought of That durIng the legal noun of Rale. for the par Chairman I I NOTITE TO -ONTK\CTOKa : 8iH-tion 0 nf maid Artiot l VIII ho and the
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terious shooting on the Lake Dumb Dan-My oh I've poee of .tiafylng aald final decree. In* following S-lt-ot-ff-U Krrretary Senlrd bid will .he received by the Board of *> f,. Iwrt'hy atrrtftH, ) to and nhtill hv auhmitv i :
City my got real. estate situated in saId Bradford C. A. t'\J'rCH. Bond. Triuiteea. if Bradford County, Flnrldn 1 l..d I 'In thi< ,.lector of the Stnff>. nt thn wnvral
road last night. an awful cold in my head. I tht Conner r>t" at Hrldire) .."' .. New River on the on the. tint TiiMdRv) aft*** ""
She was brought; to the hospital by Truthful Sue-Well, that's some Mnrhr-Hal,ford ""..1. until Three o'clock p. I me lira nionuay, In INovvmbor" A. D. Iff a 4, for 1""
dollars m. September' Iflth. I\\'J4. and at that tlm I ratification' or .J..Uon. twit : ,
Robert WhidJon, vocational student thing. i' .t thousand. million publicly opened, for eonntnicttnic, an un ; Srctfon I II. Thi. I.''u-1.)nMif>. nhall have power
at the University of Florida I' U-- >r. therefore, NO reduction treated pile and timber brldirt, approximately) ,t4. ..rMtablnh| change and abollah" a local .......n. ,
No ExceptionStranger [ ThisVeek I Ib ii. eight raUa. three hundred. feet Ionic adjacent to the preient mriil i>xt.>ndinu territorially throughout r'>...
with whom she had been out riding. hiHdir ail.. Said brldm to consIst of twenty- I ml toiinty In the place of all county din 't,
-What ia the most prominent four four-pile bent with 1 trlot municipal, and Wai ,
Whiddon Is being held in the county eyprwiB plllnir, containing government boarda. ,.
woman's club in Starke The cream, off the top mu t go In all 112 plllnir. approximately 8444 bodice and official eonatltutlonal or atatu ) '
jail.Whiddon Native to the raUroad. lln. ft.. and approximately 86 thousand of untreated I h'rv, 1 Ifglnlnlltr.) executive or judicial.' and
-Same as any town-the timber.Th hall I'lfMcrihe. the jurisdiction I
told the police thdt as he Suppose the firmer, for a power, dtitlc. 1
rolling pin. work InrludifurrtUthlna all necea.arv and funetlrtnii of aiich, government. It* leglala' I.
and the young woman were standingby change are getting a decent price labor material, toot!.. and equipment and tlv* *xtnitlv and Judicial department and '" _

his car a half mile north of for their crops. The QUeition inrolved doing al) the work n..,...>ary to conntmot and Itn bonnlM.. hodira and officials : to H.vld the
Air Male la: Are the railroad char, put In complet ....h.p| ready for urn. .. the contemplated territory Included. In ....h government Into ,
Gainesville an unknown man drove by He needs no aid kit lag too much ? not what la the lmpmVw>mntt subordinate district: *, nt': preacrih a jest'
in another automobile, shot Miss Does old Joe All work to .he don. In actwrdane' with the and raonnhle system of cation for auch
Hass farm making. plane' and 1 tnstretlns, ventral prarUlona, government and dlntrlota.' : exktlnv. and futtir I
Nash, and speeded away toward Lake Who smoked his cig tpeelal provl lonn, pvolf.oatlona; and proposal bonded Indfbteilneaa shell be antl remain. d* fi',I

City. Too the Great and fashionable Trinity and contract of Bradford County. finItely In area and taxable liability : a hnme-
near gas. I Chareh .landing Each bid muM be "tuwompanlvd by a eertl stead. In a rural area shall, not he limited aa f.
Protestant Episcopal
Little hope was held out this morning fled cheek or A. bttlder'n bond mad payabl If In M city or town ; but no leglalntton under.
for her recovery. The girl's moth. Oh, Boy By Arthur Brisbane at the top of Wall Street publianes ,to B 8 Matthew Chairman.) Hoard, of Bond, thla aectfon hall be .1I'.Uv. until a major!
this report! Trutow. of Rratlfnrd County, Florida for Hv* ty ofthe elector In the county who thai)
er said Whiddon had been keeping Little dab* of carmine Lest year's income $2.148,681.. par Cent of the amount bid aa ,,rvldenc of vote thereon at an .!neton| for the purpo' **.

company with her for more than a And pat--pat-pats of white A THREE-WORD SPEECH. Present asset of that} little bund wood. faith and an a iraMrante that If awarded and who are qualified to rut* for membem" of
the the bidder. the legIslature, aball
anntract will o x cut the contract vol In favor of inch.
year. Whiddon came here from Sycamore Sometimes make a perch FARMER'S DAY. of followers of thelo.-Iy Nacarvue, and glv9bon,1 aa rvqulrvd li-ablation.

Ga., and has been taking graduate More often quite a fright. $11/.82/ .068. Th* right I. fMvrvtd to rjiet; any or all
work. CREAM FOR RAILROADS. You note "Carried to renewal bid. I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Plan and 'peclfttatlnruj) may be seen at the Amendment to Article 12. II..Unn 17. of _
Neither he nor the girl made a Not So bad WALL STREET'S TRINITY. account, $1 18rt.7da. office of the t'mtntv Knirineer.; and ...,,1.. m... the Conatltutlnn of the State nf Florida, _ _
Shu-Oh doctor I've broken bo obtaIned from the tieortary of the board Rotating to the Itaiiane*. nt Honda, by Ri,>i.ilal
statement this morning but Chief of my The: young man (HOC Matthew, at 12.50 pr eon,. Tee School l 1I1..lrl.l ( and the Levy of a Ta* .
Police Charles Pinkson said he hopedto glasses.; Do I have to be examined! all \ that "wuot R 8. MATTHEW!! to Create a Sinklnir Fun.I for the Paymentof '
19th ) :
\1apttlr! away .
? John W. Davis means to hold the t'hal rman. thi I'tI"rl".1 nnd Tnteroat Thereon.
over _
get a statement clearing up the again .on >j A (u. ufur being: told, "Sell C. A. ruTrii R. It Reanlved by the l>,,Matitrtl nf the MUtof '
mystery later in the day. Optician: -No-just your eyes.Heroism short speech record a wise, almost that '.hou lm-* and !give to the H-in-St-D-U! KtHtretary. Florida !

pious resolution. lie will "accept"hla probably sits in THlnty's i Tlmt the following nntuniltnrnt nf S....tlim n
poor, STilTlir 17 of Articlo,, I 1.1 of '
M4STE : th Comitltutlott' cf thi-Slat .
Gainesville, Aug. 17-The conditionof nomination in only four thou- contriegxtion: ; if there 1 Le anythingin I ..
I I .why notice (U given that under and byvtrttire I of Klorlda. HN m titled nl the Oennral Kl: *>.,tlonof
.Miss. Nash, shot Friday night! sand words of talk. Uv, !"eticarnntion theory. of that certain' final diKire.. of for.* i.wM'ntntK'Ni. )ht'lil In 'Ih. year of 1012 b* _
Think of church and the .am la hrby aurved to and, shall I I..
one Episcopalian eliwiirn m"i| mi July' 2Uth A. D.li .
while in the company ol Robert J. I Great moderation and sulf-con- keep.nvr; on hand thirteen millionsof ::*I4.: by ,,:,o'i: ,ln..t"1 IonS.; : Judge of the I oulmiittfil, to tin I .10....,... of the. Htut at the
Whiddon University of Florida Highest mtvt flcnoral K':Ire 11 on of \bo1..nl..Uv.I tn
voca-- Yet in thirty-one undivided while scores Circuit Court of Ttrmlfoid, County. Florida. ,
trol say. asseta I
you In tlmt certain eminn tvhervln' Annie' Lee (lop hrld! In thi year W2I. for railtlnatlon, or
tional student remained critical to verses of the first and two verses of the Episcopalian clergy, miserably Jon.. jolnnl. l hll J. W. Jonher huitband.nr ,nJnctli Thnt nald .-..tI"n IT ahnlt b* _ _
night. Physicians say there is small of Genesis underpaid, struggle to make .umphuine.".. and Mettle of the second chapters I 4tMft>n t 17 Thi* Ufwlrtlntui-e. ,,'ny itmvM*
hope for her end meet.Tho bunhand Lewi ft u Ion ar. defvndnnta. th) .
recovery. the Bible describes the creation of un..I"n..1| | will ofTor for nn1 and will ".I)11! for special. lax acbool, illatrlola to Imiti. honda
Whiddon who denies the shooting to the hiiihtwl. and I..*t biel.l.r for each In ("I I tht t.h..h'i%'.? ,uae of publio) fr..* chula
earth and everything on it. And world hears. with amazement front of the court hn.... door In Stark. Urnd-, i)ill) In nny .".h npeclnl tax ,.h..1 .dlMtrlet.
ia being held in the county jail. No the whole thing, including* the rest If two French fliers setting anew font {'OIIR') ". Klurldii, im Monday, the lot lav .. h..ni,\ ,.r n majority of the qualified. elm ton*
charge has been tiled against him "duration mark" staying up of 8p tern her. A. |II, 1H24.) durlnif the legal Ihrrvi.f) who artfivehntden,* hail vote In
on the seventh day, is told in about hour' of sale for the punnw. of .atlafylnirth fttvnr of the diaiianc of atinh bond, hut notuiMiIrt _ _ _
pending the outcome of Miss Nabh's 37 hours lilt minutes 10 seconds., ahnll l I.. ,Duneil .
Maid flnal, d I.*rt.e, the rollovrlnt real relate bert>-tmier| Which 11exceed.
wound. ONE thousand words. Put this clipping away for your situated In Bradford (County rlitrlda. to-wlt tog.thvr with the enl-tlnif Indehtvdn ..
great-grandchildren., They will see NM. of SUj of SW,, nf bliMk I South1tnn.te of Much. .|..HUI tee school) dUtrlct) Ito percent
For and beauty candidates 2 Emit. btn.r HH'Xt ft. N. and, S. and of thiaaMtwaMl .vain, of the ta.*.bt.. property .
brevity round world machine coming
FLORIDA FRUIT SHIPMENTSSET : a a HtO: ,) ft. P:. and W. to center of street j al.... of auch. dtntrlrt anfotSllnir to the I last ..-
editors and especially advertisement down perhaps once a for complete eutnint for Stat, and .. .
NEW RECORD year St4 of 8U of block I South Manic *1 Kant. County purp m priorto
writers should study overhauling landing passengers .beTnir H1.M ft. N S. and 810 ft. B. A W. thiiMMiifnir of such bond Any bond I.. _ _ _
the Bible, especially Genesis Job from smaller machines above to center nf Mrwet all,,. a plec. BVI ft. N. autd hereund shall become nayabl within
Over Used
100,000 Cars Season Just
the and S. and (MO ft. B. and W on Bouth, side thirty year from the late of laatiann* In an-
baiuh..l&ndho Sermon on Paris London Yokohama, Bombay niml. InNtallmenta which shall .
Past nf of SKii of tlloek South lUnir I commence not
I Mount. Any Presidential! candidate New York. "All out." And \the : .rHo.I; a riec* R.I Tt J. 8. Anno ft. murv. than three year after th. tint. nf lami..

One hundred three thousand L. J" te'i might make an acceptance speech trip all The way around will ho K. A W. on N. aid nfHi4jof81.' :"" of Raid bluek Fach annual Inatallroent" hall b* not laa _ _ _
and I South' Range 8 East .. than Ih.10' cent of the total. amount of
pleasing! to 00 in 100 in three words, male, in twenty-four hours-onl" ; den r mmn ln.y on
seven hundred seventy-eight cars of DOL a 'lln* parallel with the H. A. I.. Ky. (iformer- the lamie, hcnvver any ....h .pool.1 I ta"
as follows: "MEN ABOVE 1,000( miles an hour. I ly the r. K. N Ry> 82 ft.: Northerly: from school dlatrlct baa voted In fnvor of the citrus fruits and vegetables were LARS." MW corner of NW-4' of blorkt. South fleece of inch bond. a Biteclal' tax for the _ _
shipped ftom this state between sep. 1 Eat, thenc rim 'nuthrnly 160 ft. parallel payment of th.. lnu.ret on iaid bondu, and theprineituel
NEVER tin-
There t ,
comes a with, laid I Railway thene* Ka\ .trnly at riuhtangle. : I thereof aa th* ...m. shall, b-xwm
tember 1, 1923 and July 31, 1924, according Salesmen are pouring into the when a human being i Is of "no unto <> with ald Railway H'-O: ft., .10,.. ..payable., ahall .be levied nn th. taxahl _.'
to Commissioner L. M Northwest farming districts to sell the world." Northernly and rarall! with saId property within' the dlatrfot voting f.r theIr

Rhodes who has about completed the' i goods that stores will soon be selling The Greek philosopher ninoty Ida ft., thence Wtrnly to point of th.n..j Imtunnc In aeconlanc with law, providing for _ _
thank to high prices for meneemrnt. All of ahoy* de.orlbd ::: the I levy of tavea and aurh. tax shall not .b* _ _
annual Florida State Market Bureau. years old, that killed. himself because talnlnu. three aer**. more or lean and ... applied to any purpose. other than the pay _
wheat. he stumbled! on leaving hm part of the Simon .1. Tempi Sub-dlvlilon.In.\\ nu.nt of the prlnolpal and interest of salt

Statistics used in the report showa Stocka are going up especially class. made a mistake. lie should) ) tunIc. at T.mul*'. Mill .. of record In | I..n..... .

total increase in shipments made by r railroad stocks. That has importance have said: "I may stumble but I llnok Bradford"C"Count on pane' Florida.424 of publl recorda of I I A JOINT HF.SOl.irnON': --Prnfioilnir an amendment 4 i
for everybody. It mean that "
express, local freight and boat of 19- shall !go on teaching. A, 8. CREWS. of H-ntlon S of Artlnlt.* T of the ConNtltiillon -
836 car loads over last year's intelligent observers Me good Special./ Muter In Chancery. of the atat' of .'..1.... Relating 4 j .
crop. P times ahead. I). R. KNIGHT to CenBim Apportionment.He hl :. ..
Citrus fruits which compose 60,214 Every one can ba valuable to tli. Solicitor for Comiilalnint. S.I.M..lI.2OIM'iThYNTY .. It '.dny: due Leiil-lnUjre 1: ::: nf the Stat 4 '.uIeI,

of the total number world by setting an example of of Florida, ': .
cars or 21,680.760 I &vJ Railroads seem to be the "lambs"of : : :
courage and endurance. .ltrt2M fottttT./ That the follownif) amendmrnt of fltwtiunI ". ,, .,, .,,
boxes of oranges, grapefruit tangerines I c I' our Government and it remembers The other day In New York IIKAOKOHn rolINTV. FI.OHIDA. : of A rtil" 7 uf the C..n.Ututiun I i>f I he Stale. ,'I
and other citrus. show an increase 1 the injunction "Feed my a IN rKOUATE. of Klorfita. cr15))lOg to (Vnmt* on.1 Aiportonmi [ ( ', ,
lambs." young woman lay in a hoinltal IN He : tCetate of be, and I the), same I.. h.'"'.... utrreml. to f ..j"f' '
of 13,247 crates or 4,768,920 I with both kr I lea ompotat ti. Ylmt' JOE DUKHCIIKKI., ....... boxes over last year's shipments. I iieoently, when the farmer was was the pric* I1e1i 1 ; tar glriiig FINAL NOflCB.NOTICR Hiati' of ,',...101. for approval" or rejection at ), Aj .''t'u.. '.
9Mr. practically bankrupt d.izcim of birth to a&Qd. 6JI .have : IS IIICUKBY: rilVBN Thai 'heuntn.iuiteI the next Innfrnl KlwtUtn: of 'IteprraenUillvr. ':1.::.. '.
Watermelons showed almost an equal I ndght I ,I.,. ti.. held) th.) )llrwt Tdfrtdny. srI., the flmtMondny .
li.mkn in the Northwest closing *" will the flth of 6
on day September .
of increase over last year'sshippIng said, 1i. 3fipn4 W* nciawir mure A. 1) ," In NovmiUr. A. I*. l ItlH that I.I lato ...
percentage Marie franklin IU24. ,
of New prment to the Honorable
tL.ir etc. jt *
doors wa' suggentpdtlmt What A dM ssi. that Hi-rtltin !| of A of the .. '
m "
I My, "lilt. :
Judtf .
of Bradford
County. ITlurlda. hr flnlreturn : \d.7.I II'
with this ;
1,407 more cars York smiling sacrificed her feet railroads might reduce traight "I bM both and I on.ttiutlfin of the Stale of b* )' '.
ant datlgnMd W my account voucher a* Admin,
year. Celery increased 1,080 cars, that her baby might lire when told rates at least farm produces. tratrlrf of the L. rend nn follow t
on Icgi. rf J muses M lode! M I have ertat. uf Joe Oumeherl. lieeeaeeil 1..n'h"l .
9. Tho f..I.' .. that iliall
"* meet
by doctor such (1 run tic measures ,. and, at mull time then ...1 there, ) .
313 Irish 1,101 milk..ppll..tlon .
cars potatoes with the ,
Hut wheat ., ,
pepers going up my bejbf,1 to the ald ', Nimliin A fl.) |11128.1 unit th.... that .
cars, cabbage 3,072 cars, mixed vegetables were ni'Ces.ary. This Is her home- Interstate Commerce Commission Tb..VI wcatb MO d.l to the llement nf her ailtuliHetrafion* judue!$ fur of a Nald final. Bet. hall miwt every tn: yean thvreaftr.: Nhallnnt'oftlon r.'lt. ,
cumin. In the loving arms of her will world.NOTH uch ." tin lipreat'utut, Ion In I thv Senate, I ,
610 cars. Other products ohow- says the value of farm crops a* 'nlnl.t .Irl.. and fur an order. and .
nhall .
for .
huslmnd.AX oliaminit, here .,,oh 'I".a.// 1',1.- thlrtv-flulit "Itt' ) I Hitnat.ih.l -
ell] slight increase or decreases. aa I''dr'l .i '.,. .",'h IMatrloU. to h* as nearly'inn .1
-- thl
3rd lay of July A. It. lull.OILTKI.l.A ,
,, ,,,,, ,
I in ,
< ,IMII ilnh'tn' rat practicable) 'but, nonoiinty
The tutal' number of carlot shipments 'r.! CI.HKOW.SK1. I ,t Mli.ilI I IMI .dlvldi, ,| I In ma)Inc mieh. nprMirtfoninenl -

of each of the fruits and vegetables __ Th/. town eniincil, of 11..1<... Flnrldn. "HM i 'Ixmrd, of .(|..,,,11..11"0. m.'t fnr tht |'urpoeC AdmlnlatratrlK JIM, llunicherl of the".ealaleof ......01. '. and, oach fMiitrltft shall Imv. .nn _ _
EFFECT: : or eqiiftluinir the amii>Mment ".11.. HJ prnviilixl by nation MAof the ..,..1111..1 ordlnane,1' ..f th* A. Z. ADKINS. I 4i>nnlor, and, al, (hv .mm time the Lniflala __ _
are as follows: KXHIMKATINO; tn\\n ,./ qMvtM. OTnrlilM. and ehanired the valiiatlnn .., the fltllowlnir i ," pmiwrtv., to-wlt Attorney I turt, ,Hlmll "I",o. ,iiniMirllon,, tht lttr| .'.i-n.atlon)

Oranges; 36,016.Grapefruit A hot tin' of Itnrbine on the shelf l at .. ". 7-4-1 il 1 11-8 !In tin.: 1I".t) .: KcpreMentatlvtw., and hall allow _ _
-'- --, .... _
-- ; R4I8FH : "" n ic''prm nmtivea m cacti or meflvi _ _
1'i"-rT "
23,006. 1 homo u liku having{ doctor in tho house Deeirlptlon .... T. R. Owner Fmm T. Clr' rouiiT' ) I'i.liKlIi.limn.follli rinml. I |iou|<,uli, >.iiri ... Fill two I J> 'I

1129.( all the I inn1." It givEs mutant relief wir :i All Blk 2lorl town ..-. .-- I. II! "I'nrlrltlv' ,. Jonn) nnoflMm. ) IIHADKORD tneiNTV foUNTV I n..n..lv.' I.. each ftf the fleet olvhlvi'ti' '
Tangerines, :the dige-Hun: (gi-n out of order or tiic Txila \-"-'; BI1<. 211 nrlu town .__ Annie' F.:!. IVttlt linn 2IHnO ) cnnt'tn\ri IIANKA populoiia. ootintl. and alt. ltro'ree-'nta.)
Lettuce, 2,087.Tomatoes 1 bow..JsIII/ to net. One or t two di- Call i i.. Lot R TIll. II John add. __ M. tnman .. <500< |nnnA. ) rlAIN'L'....... I j i 11 vi'. t<> .jicti 'h:f th*> ren.inlc, I coimtloA ofthu. I
Lotn 0 S Blk. tIC .lohnu add. W. Anilenon .... . linn lion) Htiite nt time nf such pprotlnnmnt.
I thnt i M ni'rpHM.irv to tnrt. tilings moving Lot* I *. 2 Blk !37 Johns add, ---- D C. Jonea ..1700 11100J. vs 1 NOTU.-K; ', Hhould:, I th** 1.1'HlntHturft: I fnll I )lo apportion thu
Peppers, 1606. I l and r.lnro( that firi feeling of p\li I il-Irtratiiin Tots. 1 I N 20 'lInt" Blk. "7Tohnp E. w WIiIiemrJFp'KNI'ANT.. IIcirrfri,>nlAtlon) I In tlm Ht>nnt.i HIH| In *lie fount,
Celery I : nnJ I,UtIV1114V of spirits vthich) lio- nd 'l. T. Qululey _.. ..00.11/1" I mfln I I ,if lteir| >*M.'nnllnti.( nt Any regular mtilon nf .
8,024.Cucumbers l iuigs, on1to perfect lic-ix: U. IV* 'o GOc. T..; ,. O-l. Hlk i I Cf.J;i---.- Dan 110... ....... 11011 1200 TO TIIK AflOVB NAMFn" I' "PNNT: I tlu, iffiilHlurt. nl any of th. tInt.. herein 1,529.;:; ; __. Dan Hum* ...._ 4no) ton It shall b the
add duly
Sold l IA"il 2 Blk 1 L T. Co' AND ALl. O'lllKIl I'EII.SDN.H IN'rRIIRHTKUi: : : uf tht 'l.c-nUU-
:; :
Irish potatoes 4,112. b/: T.,1'I. K.D.1A' Blk 18 T.. T. Co' You and each nf are hereby notified)) 1 ittn, in,' LfwUlaturM) auffiMNNlfnir rue). iil-.r ,
.. ____ _. Dan Bone .. silo 700 you : .Million f th f ;
ALL DRUGSTORES .01,1,' u that the elmer ilrleil suit was Instituted In .tllaturf, wither In .i orrt'tiular _ _ _
Sweet potatoes 197. r-i,. ..-:...n ,,rFrae.tiik2Ii t. T. the abov tylf d court on the 13th day of .....1.,.". 'lo mti#>rt\on\ Mi. |,i>iprti.nta'tlon __ _ _
I A To'ii iidd Dan Boree MO 700 In ih> fi..nul* and In the Tlntm of KnprveiitiH
Watermelons 5,311. u. AwriMt A. I' ma. and nn this day a writ --
-- ""-...."'" :.... "' Lot' 1-2-H-7-10 Hlk a DavIs Truhy.I. of attachment ha. been duly Ueued (herein )l\rM rit hrrvln ",,,.1.1.1. Tbw m'rmw'Iinuereylar
-- ?.I"! .- A. :7.:. Adkln .__u_ 7110 *inonf and levied by the nherllf of llrxlfonl) countyrlorlda. l'd.ral or i4iilr It.t.. onmiN, which

., I A N' tht 1' :.1 Blk. 3 flavin C. on the 2">th day of June A. I). 5924. ) \r iihall Imv.r Itwvn : any a r'- __ _ _ _
Trnliv'1 add ._. : nl'km'i; -121(0( toonMm upon the following df' ...:rlled) real I ........ In portfnnment of nT>r*<*ent tlva In th* Senate
Change of K': I Im... I-j.l !Hlk 3 Wynn' add Alle I 150 1WO brndford eounly Florida. TO-WIT! : and I In .h., I..... of f ('.p..n.Uv.*, Mall con. _ _
it' .,.f In Younir'. ad'l. hounded N. Wet half of Northeeit quarter of North- t nil In ,iriiili. any ... t ,,),,, ) ** .. In the. ., ,

s hv rail SI S I. h.. Mudlion St. E. eat quarter of Northwet quarter, : and th* evimt thi. f.ft/intatur, Mhnll f..1 trurapportin _ _ _ _
>..v Rifimlway, St. ... Mlea Kate Llvlnaalon t. WO aDO r.aet half, ,of the Routhraiit quarter: of HoiltHwet i'h. rpnr*>M.ninlf'rM' I.. 'iht. '. I.I.tur aa cc'I'
Life T..m nt fW cnr "f ciiI; ;;.-,. quarter, In Nectlnn 2U Tuwnihip. 7. ','trilnd Iv thin ameadmnt, the '. 'nnr shall I J
""r 5th run W. on rail St. 94 Mouth Jlnnae IZ K within 'thirty lnyn after the ljournmnt of
"When change of life beganon ft ;1 1"1 ft. E 04 ft N, 1 I Mrs. Lewis ,.. h.." ___ --.._ 111... Annie Urmlnsway .... 610 MO of Mouthweat quarter of Routhwe quarter ir.'thir)) I tn i.,tiMf, nIb"",' ..I..n ti. CottJtliter th.
me says Torn 'H" ft W of !SW Call A Broadnv Section iii'iill',, of ri'fippiirttonmwnt
i-nr 20 Townihlp 7. Mouth ."n". 22 R. iind such. .5- '
Uncle Joiiii lAsher, of Lamar, Mo., "I !S to A Mon W I 111II ft. 8. IQS Aln Lot Kluht of Muck Flitht Inl.lncoln' 'irnordlnary Mlitn of th. I-wL-iatur. I ii her_
suffered so with womanly fl F !hIs( ft N. ll)& ft. to ..... ? W. U. Pcrkliu 11II0 HOOrrral ) {'If,. In Houthhalf) of 8outN. .aMt quarter, I hv 'tmtmlati'irlly' requIred ti rt-aptiui-tton the
weakness. I suffered a great (',.m at !>K': eon nt Call A Oranir* West of .llrn..l. In Section, T.iwn.hlp: / ) .. rpr.H.ntaflnn a* rmmlred, by the atnvmlmant I
I flu A. nm R.: nn r.III' laft.H ft. Smith Kami B2 B. bt.for.* Its .wuljournment fund alien evtraurdl-
I've allers been an advocate of deal of pain in my back and S im' fl W I'S ft. to Oven.. Bt.th You. end eanh of you are hereby. requiredto nary NMi.lt.n MOT a I led for rftMPrrtIonm _ _
sides. My limbs would cramp. .nre '1 f> hew .. .. -..- Alvera* 710 180Mra. appear In *ail .' Monday the r'lnt .h,1 not he lImited I eeplre t the .nil of
fairness in a fight. To I didn't feel like doing my ('nm nt N'R: cor. Oranve A Madl- day of September'' :o\o.rfn 1044, :and therein I tint f>r at until nipjrrttonnint _ _
my blows on weaker folks I and there onSt, .. run N. iris ft. 1':. tft fail not or. Judgment, will be entered BKatiutynii. In fAWted, and shall itonclder no biutln.. other '
work are so many ft 1 ion/ ft. to MadUon Bt thence thnnurh r'epportlnmnt).
never tnought was right. steps for a woman to take on W nn same St 74 ft. to .bee.. Hester L. Thonwa MO HO Wltnee the nurlile A. V. Long Jud,,*
I've fit in wild-cats a farm. I was very anxious Cf.m 74 ft E. of !NE ,,"r. Or ni". M alan <1. W. Alderman: Cleric and In. ..al A JOINT' RF.SOr.irriOM p".lnl an
my weight to get better. A friend recommended M.rtl.on Sl... A. run N. 11 ft. of thl* Ccrart at Her). Florid*, thla the Slit Amendment t*> S*.tlon I of A l. *h*
by the law of give an' take and, E ..1rt H |OS rt. u> Madlenn St. day of June A. D. IVH. r.>n.tl.iitlon. of th atat of RIritlntr *- I
rh-i>... W on said SI 74 ft. to CI I W. AIPKRM': N. l .. Atit'ti and tInnn.e.1.ld.
when I got the knockout, they heir . E. W. Hare .-. .M WOt'nknown (Seal") n.rk of CIn-iilt Court He I Rolv- .d.by the Hlalaturff, of the Stat
was welcome to the stake! I.'... ',-
add _. -....... dift inon Deputy Clerk. That the fullnwln amirndment of Section
To-day I'm scrappin' varmintsof Ml Hlk 12 In Coklna' add ____.. C. 1... Peek -..-..,$ 0 UIM:: 5.21.1 Ot.5.21 1 .., .0.1. M. nf the CoruilUiitlon nt the Slat* ,
CARDUI'The 1 I"", a hounded K hr Myrtle St. 8. nf Florida,
tnmtlon and
I (Inane
meek an' lowly class. fIr *!
a hy Madleon" Rt W hy, land L. A. r4OTlr FI.KCTIOHWHRHKAM I.. Nrretiy. aurfeil 'lo nml' .h..lIl.. to the
I met their red battalions at the Davlx N hy half ace line __._._ L. A. Da.to. Jr. ISO SSO : ; The t-.".lilaiure) < f 102.1 un.lu- rl.etp of th* Htat for ndontlon,"mltl"*ir nij vti..nat
Com at RW enr Medium A Myrtle. th. Conetltutlun nf 1HHH nf the Oate of Florida the n-Tt general election nt ICeftreeenta
picnic, in the &,rass.Vh'n II... A run S Ins ft. W. 101 ft. did pace five Joint. Resolution prripnalna tlvf tr hf held 'In the year lOll ; that I
S ins ft. N 210 ft to Madleon amendment tn the, Constitution of the Hwttlon ,,
fiends attack in an Tonic ocr I. ArilI* V, f the I
my person !It. thence r.: on Madlion St. to *tar* of flortita and the came were avreedto ... ) .t.t thv Slat nf Florida AI.t'
underhanded way. there's apt to .hoc In Oaektna' a>M. _. a c.;* c. I. tbtsmAitf .. 100 1000 by a ..... of three-fifth of all the membeea read an follow.rWtlnn : b.m.n.l.
to me and I began using; It. "0,5. 210 ft. W. of flW to,. Madl.on .' elected to each houa. that the virte* on **id I Th hall for I
be red in the compliments f.I.I..tu" prld. I
pepper A Myrtle Joint ,
9t. A run W. SIC ItMolutlfina wen .nt.re.I l upon their re- a and .
iuaJ of
I rate
I pay. I certainly Improved. I went ft. to Weetmnrelirnd St thence. fl.on ._tl.. Journal. with the yea and nay that unlf.r It may provjd for nu *)al taxation rat or.rate-pt ,. _ _
through change of lift without said, "t no ft. E. 210 ft. N. therenn and they did determine) and direct nn Intannlhl' but
There ain't much show fer romance any trouble. I can highly 42O ft to he*. A ......I.n...... on map that the laid 1 Joint' ll eolutl, ..fiB .b* Buhmltted" r rauahull Pr. Av such *.1.1 itntmr ra"o \_
on I
in recommend C rdui." '.I (laeklne' add .. "Clark a. to the elector of I tie 5e, ,. at the ieneral ..f the .**_.d valuation "ii IntanirIbt *
a bug-infest patch Block" ._.?. & C. A C. .. Hatamdorf .. 110 400O. election;' In November. IV24 property which .. -
where all a feller gets to do ris.lIet At the age of about 40 to J SL' a m OYIIi..olk*r "4 A I a In NOW. THEREr-UKR" I.If. CI.AY CRAWFORD t..xe. eoNt ip thAnr/rom." ** or ..oethe
50 woman has to NR>. Blluhplaee _......, may .
every pus aa of Riate 01.the SI." nf p by the Leirlalatur) ami hafl be .
around an' scratch. It ft C (3 M. lamaa 180 780 Florid do. hereby notice .U..n.
critical ( which irlve
through time
a I a all other State dt.r.ct .
ph. If county. .n"mu..I.lp.1 _ _ _
1 I a on q me of NF% of .Jill O. .... 4HA) OKNERAL.:
lends an inspiration which it is called the Change of Life. i SE'4 e M M. lumen IOO EI.KCTIONwill : tae : and prverlb, '.-
A. O. Andrea 400 .0Urtoett ha held In each county In Florida. on 'latl'jn* shell ... .h.1. .1 .
ur Jiuit of all
'wouldn't do to tell, when we land At this times great changes 11 bmnnir Co. .-....HfiO 2IHIO TtMiday nt .ueceedln* th. 'Ant Monday InNovember. property.both real and .Iu.tln. .
batch of the take place in her system 1 T. A. Brlneon ...-._-_lifril loon) A. U. 1 1921. the raid Tuesday. .be- uh property aa may b* eiemptMl*. by .tn".
a cblggerfrom causing various painful anddisagreeable ;! i finren ('..*e J..... Co. -lino Join Pig the municipal' education, literary, MicntlH r
of hell! K. B. Hull ----------------41100 JOflu" FOURTH DAY Of NOVEMBKHfr .
mustard-pots .rlfFU* or charltabl purito-,
symptoms.If I 1111_ ; ; Pant le e broeere Co. ... Van ]8wif. >r the ratiAeation or rejection of the acid .
{h votet In .
this I 1115' .mpl"n.* with .ld pro- __ _
you are approaching f. Stump _.... .11I) IOC1Janwa Joint RMolullon. propelnuc amendmenu to the ..
period, or are already suffering j ) (!h.P...,.. ......:.. 444 801 Compilation of the. II.... nf Fiori..... vl. : .and.nolm.n.return thereof, hll any*b* tibjeateilth _ _ _

s from any' of Its trouble I f J.A....H.. t'elow William. -.. ton 7ISH ,0" A JOINT RKXOLUTIOV: 1'1" nit ani the .am retiuUtlona and i-tvirlctlona a ____________________
loon Amendment to Article IX ef the conetlttttkn are provided by law for
:; or symptoms, take Cartful. It I 1 H. It. Wticaln .. vnral *.tJ'
I ., I XM1 40O 1 of the' H. of Florida.. Relative to 1'... th* Mtjir** '.f P'tna. l I
should help as it baa M. If. '
you, Yawn 400 Kin thou and Flnanc' IN WHEREOF. f bate here-
, r helped t others. t I ItIt Reeolved by the 1..I.I.t..r.. of the Stateof "100, .TFSTYMON am. d ih. (dreat Hl l _
nl n compliance wttfc caM. rdfaante.. t Sold by all draggbti. 'Jl. unl.I .hear __.. firs ,, of the Stat of al Taliallasser. the
; E98'tv.Ea the .14 p,operty *woev*. If there W anjr why the; valueJ That the following amendment to.1.1.. (' >tl.. thw the .lolda of
I I hereon .. Axed ap day July A.
by the
board haU .be han. IX I..nty.llttl
A. of the Cofiitltution nf the Slate of FlorMa. D..
: ;c. A. nrrcH. 'I 1 '. relative., u Tacatlon and Finance, to b* 1W4'U.. CLAY CRAWFORD.
C. r. HOOVER. .......
Clerk "' Keelloa Eleven 'Illi of laid Article ISEALI $e.rvary f. stat..
I Chairman of Board. I I IX. b* end the lam I Pr hereby .....*.! to and



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., -- ----a I Tutt's Pills I ITh. Pahokee- Second dredge starts I|I Jacksonville-Masonic temple to Bartow 250 acres of bananas
work In Pahokee drainage district :''be constructed. planted in what will eventually Le a

!FARMERS and FARMING! I 1\\ St. Andrews_$_10,000 federal aid I Okeechobee 100-room hotel to be 1,500-acre banana plantation in Peace
.f..,. doe. ..tcml..... th. l.nUd, River valley.
.l.In. Immediat. r.li.f r."latlnc appropriated for completion of dredg- erected.

bw.Iu. end digW......_Induelea ing work in channel. Sebrlng-Drainage and road build-
: Plant City-Golden Ring Groves,
$222,000 improvementbond Inc., with capital stock of $1,00,000,
I ARTICLES: OK FARM EXPERIENCES: AND METHODS FOUND i GOOD DIGESTION issue proposed. granted charter. making good headway.

HE liES SUITED TO OLR COUNTY li liTo ; Lade) -One of the most interesting; Miami Miami Beach Railway
t Fort Pierce-Western Union Telegraph DlantonDlanton Packing Com-
and valuable leases Miami street
-- -- -- -- meetings ever held in Company rail-
-- -- I this county was that of the Avocado circuit Company installing .messengerbox pany starts erection of modern plant. road for peiiod of 30 years.

't' f SOME POIN'IKKS GIVEN: ON: I hutch into larvae. During the late I Association at the Government Plant system 53,588 carloads of oranges and I -------

> 'I PERSIMMON:" I'IWI'AGATIO-l\ Hummer and fall as they develop they introduction gardens, where demon- i West Florida has best blueberry grapefruit shipped from Florida this I i i Jacksonville Large city ware-

.' \ reed very sparingly on the foliage, and stration on topworking the avocado crop in years season. house under construction.

Many people ask questions aboutpropagating '' about the last of September they seek under field conditions were given. _______ I Pensacola-Sherrll Oil Company

Japanese perllimmonll'I' winter quarters where they remain Milton-Contract to be let for St. Augustine-Southern Utilities harbor oil
: h The universal practice is intil! the buds Putnam-Corn and cover crops on ,I purchases terminal pro-
unfold in the
begin to construction of 700-foot steel bridge, I Company to construct high tension
of native wild species (Diospyrusvirglniana the perties of Texas Company
l our Irish potato land is the for
-pring. with foot Ks- i
80 span, to complete : 33,000 volt line from this city,
t, ) and, during the summer j, "Therefore by spraying now, before several years. The plantings of grapevines cambia bay bridge: appropriate cost through Hastings, to Palatka. The general taxpayer must makeup
months bud by either the annular made this .
orl II | spring are doing I
exceptionally -
they A. II. 120.000, I to the the
I ,1 advice hibernate says Beyer, assistant government amounts
j shield method. This ill the latest well. Some have made! a I
entomologist of the Florida'I Daytona-Street paving contracts which it loses through inability to
I of the Florida Agricultural Col- I Experiment Station, "most of the growth of over ten feet. I I Jacksonville Arrangements being :,''let involving expenditure of.$185,000; I| tax the income from billions of tax-

: lege.The authorities at this College huve I larvae that are to produce next year's SuwanneeAttended a farmers I made for installation of "white sewers to be installed, costing $28- exempt bond. '

infestation can bo killed, and much meeting and! picnic in Rixford Com- way" from this city to Pablo Beach, 108. I
the following to say in this connec- I distance 19 miles I --- I Now is the time for greatest fire
i damage : I
t tion: "The method employed in bud- prevented. munity. II. C. Bates addressed the )
( Seabreeze, and caution in forests and guiltyof
I Daytona Daytona i ( persons
I' ding persimmons determines largely The following formula is recommended farmers on a farm program based on ,
Eustis-Telephone system being Beach spending in excess of $1,000- negligence with fire in forests
j the character of weed thiit should be : one and one-half pounds arsenate livestock and farm dairying. Two Improved. 000 for -hnuld he dealt with severely.
I public improvements.
i of lead one-half Kayso farmers have themselves
i selected as buds. For annular or patch pound expressed in
1\ building' the most satisfactory buds I the milk obtained! by shaking three favor of adopting the program for .

I are those taken from wood that is i pounds of free stone lime in a little their farms. '"
}L. ': two or even three years old. Such I water, and I fiO gallons of water. To I . .. .. Babe Ruth is Studying to be Detective, so One of
I buds. are easier to handle and! do not control pecan scab at the same time Our Artists Has Shown Him in Some of His Disguises

dry out so readily. ,1-.1.50 bordeaux mixture can be substituted FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL -
for the in the above REVIEW
"Annular or patch budding! is -
performed e .
I when the bark slips readily.

,, The budder! cuts a ring of bark from -U---- . Key West-$00,000 bonds to be
the stock. He discards this and removes sold for improvement of roads and 1
I similar ring in the center of EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY grounds around golf course on Stock

which is a bud from the bud stock.: AGENTS' REPORTS '. island.
1 . e e
I He places this in the space left by
Stuart Florida East Caost Kail-
Uketchobee--The County Commissioners -
removing the bark from the stock and
I wraps the wound up at once with appointed a County Agricul- way Company may move freight depot -

'I wax cloth, being! careful not to cover tural Advisory Committee of 15 rep- across river.Altamonte .

the bud. resentative farmers and fruit growersin
I different sections of the Springs-Hon. and Mrs < As H British h Dlsgalsed as a tt' iAs a Corot i As Senator Walsh As the famous ( ,
"Shield be done county.
budding may at Charles D. Haines make of "
gift splendid tOneeyetlConyoltyt j
,'> lexvnnotire .mot whlskbroom 5t.andscape of Montana I
I Our local Citrus Growers Association Ij
. r" any time when tfte trees are in vigorous estate to Florida Newspapermen's
I'' growth and when well matured appointed J. B. Prevatt, of Rissimmee, Association for national home. I

buds of the current season's growthcan I'la., as local manager for the ensuing _. .
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I r ; be obtained. This method is Iden- year. I Ocala-Improvement bonds! to be t

I I tical with that of propagating citrusexcept voted on.
: I Duval-The matter of the county -
that the shield bud is larger
employing a poultry and dairy specialist Stuart-Consolidated
Motor Sales
1 than that used with citrus. It is one
i I : and also one general assistant to Company remodeling old Lyric thea-
I and one-half to two inches long In- ;
I 1, aerted in either the "T" or inverted the county agent was presented to the ter building for use as warehouse. US Royal CordsBALLOON
Board of County Commissioners on
4 "T" Incision Wax cloth raffia l Is
' or Wednesday, by the chairman of the Florida Western & Northern Rail
used as wraping and is allowed to
remain -
Company applies for authorityto
agricultural committee of the Chamber -
o until the buds) have united with of Commerce and at least 20 enthusiastic construct seven-mile branch line BALLOON-TYPE HIGH PRESSUREBuilt
the stock, after which it should be
from Ocala to
Anthony and three-
speeches were made by the
cut to of
prevent girding.
t leading men of Jacksonville in favorof mile spur at Frostproof.

ARSENATE-LEAU CONTROLS the county appropriating funds sufficient
Winter Park
-$150,000 100-room
PECAN LEAF CASE BEARER to pay the salaries and expenses hotel to be built.Bradentown building took a big step for-
I of these men. TIRE

J, One of the most serious pests of Tampa Souther when the makers of United _
Santa Rosa On of
the pecan is the leaf case bearer. Pecan Railroad
Company to (
I this week L. M. Rhodes, State Marketing Srates Tires invented the Latex Process.
of Flor-
growers over a large area terminal building.
ida suffered heavy loss from the Commissioner, addressed a large
a ravage '
The added
crowd of farmers at the court housein Haines strength wearing
of this insect during the early City-Building construe
j ( spring of this year. The larvae attacks Milton on Organization and Marketing tion unusally active. quality given by Latex-treated cords t ,
Much interest was shown by a
young the loa VCR unfolding. They do buds nut and discriminate tender, both business men and farmers. Winter Haven-City entering upo is something that the user of Royal ,/

1' extensive street improvement pro Cords tell about from his /
in their
feeding habits but devour Baker-Inspected! one'field of cot- can you

blossoms, buds, loaves and leaf ton finding it very small due to the gram. own experience. ..
d buds. Often large branches are defol- lurk of humus in the soil, but there Ocala-$1,500,000 bond issue sold

iated. wall an abundance of fruit on it for for road construction in Marion Royal Cords are the standard of (
The worms are a brownish color at
size. Only one infested county.
square was
value in cord tire
first but turn green as they continueto found in the field, and we were toll equipment-even .

f feed on the foliage, observation has that no infestation had been noticed Tampa-New building to be erec- more certainly today than ever before. :
shown. the ted at fair grounds. \
since treatment in June.
I. At this.. time the moths of tho third .- I, And this holds: good whether: vou are i.' I ,
-- Palmetto Eighteen hole golf a nt.TypeTiretoftyourpresentwheeleandrints V11 1
generation are appearing, and are depositing considering h-PressureTirea a..aon!
1 eggs which in a few days will course to be laid out. : !; lid I !f)

; BartowEstablishment of city or a Balloon!! Tire f'r.a 20 or 21 inch zhct:. i
1' hospital practically assured. j" r 1 h'Y>a> '1
)\ World's Record ) WosmlUncle I ..

M1 \' '"" West Palm Beach-City to increase United States Tires i' 'm

i "7-.a T=-;:;.'--.i, ''tt.: :.. personnel of fire department. L' I'
I are Good Tires '

z'v, j# _= Are made: strong by Leonardos Eye //i cI

\r'' My I iiii-i, i' has bought a "lutthin', Lotion. Inflammation is cured with 11i
'v j \ I .uit"- think sin tails out pain in one day. No other eye I
it tlinl- fffl
remedy so (pure and healing. Keepsthe
I .t $ % which t m jest about as hefty a- eyes in working trim. It mates TndeS IgP ftfark
I ; h the t band around eny hut strong eyes. At all druggists
U.S. Tires
She IICZ it's plenty big enough Buy from

I I.I but really-t'other day I didn't j jI J. W. ANDREWS, Jr.
know she had
1 other way it! on, and-lookedthe STARKE, FLORIDA

t -k/1 I Most anything can ketch my I Is Dempsey Through? |

.. II I II and eye. Teeny's that's innocent shore a and stunner cuter In sas -- ---.---- -------- -- -
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.I II her little bathin' suit. Wblll'IItT"rdin' "
I I Ix I Home protection, Iwoul.l -7 I
I I call it ruther slight, but If.REi'S A NICE LET ME O'.T*
I the little darlln' likes it, LITTLE SAY e y I RAM
I It so-irci fe GAME I'MHOUSE Ii05S
I icon, she is right! I IN OUR Go,...' ON Do.VMM. ,Ih. THI IyKELLY

t Rut Teeny's Ma-Lord blo-., r1r AT SITTO'N' POP It.VI. hI D
h.I'"nw, I hope she don'tI.pnr TOWN WILL AGGIE 'Keep
( to abbreviated, hath-uit LET You OUT ME INk4'

; (lint the fashion might require.
fM _
I If I was nor, I Iuuldn't t tot

II I Ij to .mutate my daughter-hut 'I.rI We Agree ,

II I did I'd fool the 'rllw.I.--lw. With { I
I *taj in" under water! Pop 1,; I

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Robert L"'IC..ndcr, of Newark
N J.. oar Am..rl'an! champion who HE'S Bos! -
broke the "..rld's record by ::1 1 .'t.. EtJ-a. DON'T HEM. H&H ties
inches THINK' I'LL GO
III11""' t the Ol"mpj' fake '
7 : TMA1 5 A I
'' title with a bt.ud: .;u:.'.o of .a; 't. G a : ANXWAY
jrache. i OOH-P J'EEL.APPLliMUCIi'

A tuMttliitf. ti|>.e Jack Peuipwy'* neriiiii. -ptittlnic his 4
To Stop a Cough Quick
fus car In the illrcli sad. the champion ,
1 take IIA YC;' HEALING HONEY, a la the hospital' with a l basted rUM
cough medicine which stops the cough by fir..... The Iwxlnx world' 1 Is now wondering -
healing the intlamed and Irritated tissues. If Jack's 'hrvnilu"Inner' willcurry

A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE the Mine old 1 wallop.No .
SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and
V Croup is enclosed with every bottle off

k/. should be rubbed on the chest and throat / Worms In a Healthy ChildAll I
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. children troubled
with Worm have an no-
f ; n.H..IIDII lfcct of Hares'Vllto1H'THtlS' for the liver healthy color. which Indicate. poor blood, and..
dd.th.thnstmmbiardwith> tale, there. la more or lew momarh dlMurbanr. *.
.we'.o.Peo-Tr.t.. Sales throwlh the PPT s of Bower. el Imitation. D.mand GROVE TASTELESS: : chill TONIC ales reaulariy)
I he.kls.7anaup .cough. It*two or' thrt wrck will forlch the blood. Im-
end the
ash rentShc.e I are p.cked h. 011. canon the C.auliwinbaariof JOe a.ncI35c p.ck- .
ploys net 'a c.oo.r.I l Stnnathraln4
rove of the combined UeatnKnt 1.39e't .... above trade ....,.k. Tonic to the whole intern. Nature will tileD-
Just ask your druggist& for HAYES' throw oft or'diepel the wurm.. sod the Chad will be
' HEALING HONEY. la perfect BMJtA. Pleuut to take Mo per bath rivst.Y

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AUGUST 22. 192 .


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STUDENT HELD INFATALSHOOTING Strawberries 842. J. L. FRAZEE County Florida, to-wit. :
Cabbage 4,276.Pineapples Northeast ELECTION I .hall be submitted to the elector of thn State

284. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT Piwtlon Ton, quarter In Township of I Nortlwwt Sovtn South gnartM:, Rang or 1. C t. Pe.li. mayor of SIa.".. P1*.. ey .t the general election. to he held on th" Drat

Tw.nty-on. E.M. IFM Ih... aem In South vlrture of the authority veiled In .... by, )I.w. Tuesday after tho first Monday In Npiunber, .
I Mixed vegetables 4,872. LAWPOSTOFFICE w,.t eorntr Stereo do hereby call: an election to be held at 'the A. D. 1014. far ratification or "rejection.
-- A. .. CRKWS.: town hall In the aforesaid town: by the. qua IIdrd I- wit : I
I BUILDING Special lolere there, en Section 11 No tax upon Inheritance or up. .
Purdy's Phllos Muter In Chancirjr
8.1-51-8.20 TUESDAY.!: SKPTEMBER a, 1924. on the Inootnn ..f .retddenta or cltlirna. of thia
I "I've noticed one thing-few 'good STARKE FLA. for th. purpose. of eleotlns tho following-- Htate hnll he 1 levied by the Slat of Florid, ,

-,'uut,,' know the trail to NOTICE TO lII"OIlRS )..... tOn or under It. authority. and there ,hall be ...
Miss Viola Nash of Gainesville., success. Seal..I I blila will .... rcci-lved by the Board of Mayor. emtit: from 'tAiatlnn to the head' of a family
I' MASTER'S S \LB Bond Trustees( of Bradford County Florida, at On. Mamhal. trebling' I Is thin, 8tau household:; *wds and I'
Believed Dying From Mysterious Speeding Sam Say Notice Is hi-rhr .i>'en that under and by the. office of the Pceretary., up I., 1.10 u Hock Three htom.n. twnmtirtl cffivtM to tIe. value of Five Uuadrnd
"All roads lend to-jail-if yougota vlHura ut that certain Anal d....... of foreclosure on the (Iflth day of Heptewtwr A. D I Ii4 for On. Aaeewor.One I 500.00I) Dollars. I
mud and entered on July 8vth. A. D. the following road machinery Clork 'rr.atirsr and T.. Con........
Shot. heavy gas-foot. 11)24. by Honorable A. V. LonK. Judge. at the One Itl-'O I!. P. Tractor, Inapeeton of sold .iMtlon : J. L. Peek. A. A .101MT RESOLUTION: Propoaln a"tn..n.lm.nl
Circuit Court In and for Bradford County One Th..... Way Road Dra, *. W. Anderaon. and A. II. Johns '\ to Article I VIII nf tho Conntltu-
How They Figure Florida, In that certain cause ivhereln D E. On. 1 Ton Truck with dum -OOdr.'UdI. ,In testImony whereof I hereunto itibaerlbe.. linn of thi' !It..,. of Flori.U. r.l.tl\p to CltI .,
(.nnu'sville AUK. 16-;Miss Viola "Do Knlvht I Ia Complainant and J. O. Wynn la .'.... ari* requlnnl to furnish cnecineatlona. my name and, ...... he ...1 of the .ald town nutf, CuiintiM.Hi i .
shocil teacher you !get a vacation ? defendant the undersigned will offer for sale Int all Information on equipment. and pricea (4 be huretintti afDxetl thl* nOl day of Niivuat, It Rit..h.r. by tho f.aIalsttr l of th. Stale
S.i-h was lying In the "Yep-four weeks. Two while the and will toll for cash to tht hiirhest and ,beat i are to .be F O B. Ptarke. Mnrlils.The 1954. C. U PEEK. of Florid :
h ipital here this morning with a boss is bidder in front of the court house door In Hoard, resell.. the ....ht to reject. any ,iSral Mayor of Starke, 1.. That the folluwlnv iimAn"lm.nt to ANte) ,

jnuhably fatal bullet wound be- away-and two of my own"Never Stark. Bradford) County Florida. on Mon. or all bill.*. I ." _._ _. __ ___. Vttl/ of I..hi. Cimiitlttitlon of the Pt.t. of Flor.
just ,
day. the lit day of September" A. D. 18J4. e a. MArriiews. !: iiln ivlnthr t.. clt.M iind rounttf-n to .b* num
It 1 .i the heart as the result of a mys- Thought of That during thi* leiral hour of ..1.. for the par- Chairman I NOTICE TO CONTUVCTOKS ...--1 "tVotlnn I 0 of patS Artie! VIII.! .h*. sad the
( satisfying( Kaid Anal dtferee. the fol- 8-1II-M-0.12 tlrcntaryC Srnlr.l hlih. nlll .he ... earn I I. ht>n>hy avrvMl, tn and nh.ll
t t. iiiius shooting on the Lake Dumb Dan-My oh I've !:::rnr : : lvml by thv llnnrri of b* uhmit'
City my got real estate sltuatit! m said Bradford A. FUTCH. Pen) Trualera i>f Rradford (ti.t to thf .rotor. of the ",.,. lit thtt .
i ",,id !last night. an awful cold in my head. I at. th,!., Conner, nrdlirv. ......... Now County Klvrr Florltln.on the ..I..U.-- u....... ,'n-- ....... .._. ...... ._._.. ....r. ..._- .,. >.!._.._uny'u n._ (_ml iT_

;She; was' brought to the hospital by Truthful Sue-Well, that's some Mark.>>Kalfom Koad. until Thrpo o'clock p. I,I 'thr, Oral Monday. In November. A. 1 U, 1924. for
m" Soptvmbtr. Sib lll.'t. .",1 at that 1\\.... rnttflratlitn or ,u-jnctlon. tcvwltHretlnn -
!Kolivrt Whiddon vocational thing.! j.i :> thou in>I mlllicp dollar I 9. Thi. .
student publicly opened) for oonntrticttntf' an untrvateil t.titl liittir'. hall hose power
at the University of Florida I \.I/: .:" ir. 1 Uarefore NO reduc- pile and tImber .brldirt'" aproYlmatily to.mtabllMh. ehanir* ami abolish a ''o..I..rn.
/ No Exception {ThisVeek I Ii uoo .;. l.citfht rat .. I three hundred. fmt lone adjacent to the prcupnt I n,. "S .i"it4u'
with whom she had been out riding. hHdiff, lite. tlald, hrt..". to connlvt of twenty I nil cnunly In 1 thi plan tf all tounty. d,..
hiddon is being held in the Stranger What is the most promi- four four.pilr bnta with .yp_. pillnv., eontainlnit trlrt munlfolpHl, soul lea) unvtfrnmvnU.. In-artbt. ,
county nent woman's club in Starke The cream, o''! the top. must go In all 112 plllnir, appnulmatrly. stilt trodira and offlelat. onnatltutlonal or stat,.*
jail.Whiddon Native to the railroads.. In. ft., and approximatvly. ) :a5 thouitand. of unIrrllttHl I '.''Y. IrictntniKo, ......ullv. nr Judicial anuS
told the police thdt as he -Same as any town-the Suppose the farmer, for a timber* doll, ,>,r*werllu' tho jitrliidiotlnn, ""w.,., rftitlm
rolling pin. : The work, lnehida, fumlMhlnii. all necmnarv mid' functlnnji nf ,nnrh iri>v.*rnmi>nt. lu ,.. *!*.
and the young woman were standing change are getting a dcnt price labor. materials, tools. and etjulprnvnt. anil' U.. .itf-mitlv. and, Judicial d'p.rtm.nle and

bhis car a half mile north of for their crop. lu uueetion Involved dttlnir. all the work necmuary to coniitmct, and ItUwrtlii. tMHi.** .n,' offlrlntu : to "I."'. th.
Air Male 1 is: AT th* railroad charging put, In eomplpt 0'"r. for UPC. the eontemplate territory Inoliiilml. In such .......nm.nt Into
Guinesville; an unknown man drove by He needs no aid kit much ? not what U the <1 improvement. ."....rdln.l. rilatrleto. and lo pitmerttw. a ju.1
; too .nd ........n..hl.. .........
,in another automobile shot Miss Does old Joe All work to he done IA accordance with the nf 'lamitlon. for .urhirovf
Hass farm making. plan and Instruction( general provliilonii, >rnmint ant dint riot* ixliitfnir. and lul"..
Nash, and speeded away toward Lake Who smoked his cig peelal provisions. apeolncatlona and proposal tH>ndf>d ltitlt'blrdn, shall t be ant rvmaln d<*.

t ,ity. Too the Great and fasblonabl Trinity anil) contmct of Itradforil. ounty. flnltrly In ares. and Uiabl) HnbUity a hnm..
near gas. Chnrvh. standing Each bid. nineS .be aecomiianlcd by a eertl-1 trad. In a rural ana hall nnt b. llmltd ..

Little hope was held out this morning Protestant Kpiscoral tic.. cheek or a bidder. bond made) payable In a elty or towS: nnt no IrrUlatlon' undo
for her recovery. The girl's mother Oh, Boy By Arthur Brisben. at the top of Wall Street, publishes ,I.. P: 8 Matthrwi. Chairman.. Board, of llonil I. suctIon ahall be .Iti-rtlv,. until a majori '
this report: Tru.I.... of Rradfortl. County Florida, for Ii,. I of thr r If*torn In tht- county. who shall .
said Whiddon had been keeping Little dabs of carmine Last year's Income (2.149,081.: per cent of the 'amount bid, a* evidence of ,oli* tbprvon at an .l.*atlnn. for the purpnn '

Kimpany with her for more than a And pat-pat-pats! of white A THREE-WORD SPEECH. Present assets of that titUs. band irood faith' and PM n vaarantee 1 that If awardcilthe I I ami, who an ,qualm! to sot.. for m<*mb.n. of
the ( Lit Inrlalatur.
contract hlddvr shall
will) execute the contract vole In favor of itieh
year. Whiddon came here from Sycamore Sometimes make a perch FARMER'S DAY. of follower of the lowly Nasarvo. and clvc bond aa required .I.I.II..n.

Ga., and has been taking graduate :More often quite a fright *111.S2.4,058. The right ia reserved. to rebel any or all I i --
CREAM FOR RAILROADS. nu not "Corriad to renewal bhl*. A JOINT RFSOruTIOM Propo-In. .n
work. flans and spveifleations may be seen at Ih..1 Am Neither he nor the girl made a Not So bad WALL STREET'S TRINITY. account $18fl.TU.( I office of the County .:nlfm..... and copies, mae thti Conn tit ut I on of th. Rtnt of Florid, .
She Oh I I be obtained from the tjearetary! of the .board Relating to tie lHtine.. of. UomU. by 8iM-ft l
-tatement this morning: but Chief of doctor I've broken my The: man (see :Matthew\ at $2.60 r.r copy Tat .School UliitrlftN Hint, thi Levy of a'''"
Police Charles Pinkson, said he hoped : !g rla.s" D> I have to he examined allover young that "w ut K: 8. MATTIIFWS.Chairman.. to ('....t. A Sink(tin Fund for th. Inym0nftof
; ) away
19th .
: John W. Davis means to hold the 'JhnpUr tin. I'* lorlpnl, nnd 'nl...ftt Therein
to get a statement clearing up the I again7 Mori'j.viu. ufivr being told "Sell O. A. FUTCII P. It RiiinlviHl by th. l>tilliiturw of th* flUt*
ni.\.:itery later in the day. Optician Nu-jll your eyes. short speech record a wise almost that 'hou lit'and give to the H.I .8I..U _....1.." of rioHi1.ii
----- ---- resolution. lie wilt "accept"his I'robnUy sits. in Trilnty' --- "h.., ''h.. ?.,.tI.,., .... .,,..o..I.oe .5 _II....
pious poor, MUTKIt' I"/.Ii: I I 17 of \rticl' 1.! of (th* ronntfluttim; of; th,*8tat; (*
Gainesville, Aug. 17-The conditionof in only four thousand confic( -. ,on. if there 1 ie anythingin ,.f .
nomination Hereby notice Is given. that under and byvlrture I Klnrl.U an rnlliW.1' at (hit (1/.n..1 Khun: (Ion
:Miss Nash shot Friday night words of talk. th' -Mncarnation theory. of that esrtain final d.<>...... of forectiMuire I i I..r 1t..n"'I, "lnld 'In th. yar of IOU t>.
while the Think of ono Episcopalian church made' and entered. on July *5th, A. D.ID24. aol th. ...m. I. hartby aimto. and shall .tv.*
in of Robert J. <
company Great moderation and sulf-con- k..t"plI; on hand thirteen. millionsof by Honorable A. V. '...n". Judue of the |'1..hm".1 t ti> (Ih I .lwtont nf th. Htat al the
Whiddon. University of Florida vocational Highest Heroism Yet in thirty-one umhvidiNl! while scoresof Mrruit Court( of Itrndfonl, r..nnty., ( Ktorltia.. > "*".. Ftwtlun. of prntntlva{ .*. to
student remained critical trol, you say. assets In that certain es",.. whvreln Annie ,..*. I II"* hild" In thy! ..r 1024. fur ratlileatlon orI
to- versos of the first and two verses the Episcopalian clergy miserably Jonoa Joined. by, J. W. Jnnva hir husband. I nrj.vtl.il. That call Stalin|| 17 .ihr.ll I b.
night. Physicians say there is small of Genesis underpaid struggle\ to make are complainsnta and Maltle. (lulon, and httr '| Hill' ",1.1 ..t UN to It-nil AH fotlt.W I
hope for her of the second chapters end meet.Th husband Lewis Gulon, are defendants. theunilfmlnnml M, cli",. t 11 Phi l.filr.lntiin. may nrovtcla
recovery. the Bible describes the creation of will olTir for .01,. and will arilIn for aptelal ta* achont) dlntrlrla, to luau bosh,
Whiddon who denies the shooting the hlvhpst and lost htildiir for cash In I... I tin I cm huh, tar. of piddlo I....* .nhnolaM 4
earth and everything on it. And <> world hears with amaze- front of the court house door. In Hiarko' Itradford .. it'Iiln nny nurhiiwlnl tnv ..hi ml ,dltttrlet., '
is being held in the county jail. No the whole thing including the rest ment of two French fliers setting; anew ('.",,n'r.' Ilorltln. un Monilsy. the 1st,. day. .. h. tii\r>r n mtijorlty( of thi .."..1111..1) .l..toraihvrrnf
charge has been tiled against him "duration. mark staying of H.|>lFmher. A. l I'. 11121. durlnit the Imalhoum who an frw-holder. plaIt vot. In
on the seventh day is told In about up of iale, for the iHirposs of satlsfylntf r..... nf. th* iHMiianf, of mich bopilti but nit
pending/ the outcome of Miss. Na h's 37 hours fi'J minutes 10 seconds.Put the said. (lits.1 di>.n>.. the followtntr real estate. IH MM)In nhnll .H** ,iitmirtf h wound. _% WtG ONE thousand words. this clipping, aWRY for situated, In Bradford County. rlnrlda. tn-wlt( i tniflh with tha iUtlnic( |ndlitd*
.. ICreat.gral1.khll They will!four. N'.. ..r 8'&, of HWl( ,,f Itch! I *iulhItsniie n..... of Nttrh) .,,,*..1..1) |In nchiM.) dlntrld( U(1( pep
ia __ candi- 2 Fast. bilnaHJ'u ft N and 8. and, coot of tht afamund .vain ..f the ....101.. trot.
FLORIDA FRUIT SHIPMENTS For brevity and beauty, a round a world machine coming It.m( f t. R. and W. to center of street : also, <>rty' nf Hiirh ,ll.lrlct, ac<*otillnir to th* l act ...
SET NEW RECORD dates, editors, and especially advertisement down perhaps once a year for complete SV4\ of SVt! of block.. I South. Range II Jr."'. I ..-itmrnt for Stat. and County ptirpoii4 priorIn
writers should study overhauling landing pnmcnfers wing *'i '4 ft N. a. 8. and s 10 ft R. .. w.to | I th. Intuit,, .i f mrh txtmlri. Any bond la.
Ct the Bible Genesis Job from smaller machine abo\< center of street : also. a piece 1U It. N.anil Htn d hnrenl'r hnll .hic.niit ".yah I* within
Over 100,000 Cars Used Season Just especially 8. and A10 ft. B and w. on South side. I thirty yvara from tho .IaIa nf Innuane 'In an.nual .
Past l3uuihe>anO \tho :burmon: on the ., London Yokohama Itombu: of MM of niurk I Houth Hanve I I 'Intallunnla which shall 6omm
& Mount. Any Presidential candidate New York "All out." And. th.- Fast: ; also. a EI-f.t: 13 ft. N. a 8. *a'10 ft. niifru than thr** yvara after th* dat. of l I..u..
might make an acceptance speech trip all the way around, will hi K:. iS W. nn N. .tl. or KIt ofRKt" i>f said blockI "Fetch annual, tallmnt shall b* not !..
One hundred and three thousand ,8outh Rsniie II F.... also. than thr.** r.r pant of the total amount of
three words : commenclnir en
100 in hour nl"
made in
pleasing1 to 09 in twenty-four *-<> .
. seven hundred seventy-eight cars of 4V S Una I parallel I with the S' A I.. Ry I formerly I thi U.u* W h. mvr any .,.h .".1.1 los
as follow.: "MEN ABOVE DOL- 1,000 miles an hour. the f. K N Ry> HI ft: Northerly from I school dIstrict( baa vntml In favor of th. (I..
citrus fruits and vegetables were LAKS." HW corner. uf NW.,.. of blockl South nan ."..n.. nf ...h hund a sitrrlal la* for the
shipped from this state between I southernly I6J ft porsii.iwith I nvmwnl, i>f th,* Inl.. on .tatd, Itonil-t anil th.
There NEVER t.i-: an'Ih.R"Wr: \
comes a : I I .
1 ; thence lasternly' at rlvhtanalea prIncIpal th rpof the same hall bcomI .
tember 1, 1923 and July 31, 1924,sep'j oalesmen; are pouring: into the when a human being ia of "no us' with said Railway mo It.. thence I I 1.1..* and ......hI.. shall b** l.vl-i| on the ta,ahl.
cording to Commissioner L. Northwest farming districta to sell to the world." Northernly and parallel with said I Railway I I I |in>|irty' within the ,liatrltl voting for Ih.l.I. .
Rhodes goods that store* will soon be selling The Greek philosopher ninetyyears lift( ft.. thence of com.meneement. I ijtaimne. In a eori|.nc* with law providing fur
who has about completed theannual I thanks to high prices for All of above lrd""ICt': 'landa eontalnlnir I|I thf, lvy nf t.... and aurh ta* .h.1 nut b.
Florida State Market Bureau. old, that killed himself because three aen. mere or less, and "belna ,' ap|>UH| to any prpae othr, .. pay
wheat. h* stumbled on heaving hm, part; of the Simon J. Temple Rub-division oflonte mint of th* prlnolpal and ,liitrvMt of salt
Statistics used in the report showa Stock are going up especially class, mad a mi.take. lie should at Temples Mill aa of record In Heed, I'I' 1..n.I.

total increase in shipments made by railroad .tock.. That has importance have said: "I may stumble, but I 1tiH,k "C" on pane 416 of publle. records. of I A JOINT
nmnmtmnt -
llradford County Florida. *n
express. local freight and boat of for everybody. It means that shall KO on t..aching." A. S. CREWS of H *ellon R of A rl.'. T of the C ntlllullon .

833 car loads over last year's 19.-// intelligent observer aee good flpeafal' Master In Ch.n....,.. of Ih. .,.,. PlnrM. fUUtlrttl
! times ahead. I). K:. KNIGHT to Cnii, and Aiportionm.nt.II .
Citrus fruits which compose '.' Everyone can be valuable titli"world Hollcltor. for Complainantl.rUHau It lla.oiuad| by (ha tHrifliliitur. of the fl1of ..

cars of the total number or 21,68G,7( i Kailroada to be the "lambs" by letting an example of Flu.I". ,
t seem courage and endurance.The IM"iii'li'41'Y' ji 008.4 ('(>UII r. That tht, foltowlnv nmpmtrnvnt nf BiHtfmI
; boxes of oranges, grapefruit, I ..it our Government, and it remem- other In New York IIRAUI'UHC'OIlNTY.( ? fl.OKIIIA. ::1 I if A ri Itt"* 7 of (Iht Coimttttitlon of th.Hint,
' rines and other citrus, show tanKe'l I '- 1.'i'-i the Injunction "Feed my dar H IN fKOIIATK.IN ,nf hlorlil rrlitilntr' to < ..n.iiB and Apftnrttna,
1 I. nlis." young woman! lar in a boppiiti; I lie. Estate of mint.u>, nnil thi p.m.' 'IM. hi>rhy nr; **,1| to
f crease of 13,247 crates or u with both hr Lpgs JOB ()UK (;Urr.ltI.. drtra.mIFINAl. ) nnil .h.1 IK- ."Inll. to the lrinrii of the
, boxes over lat year's shipments. I EL ,teee'ntly, when the farmer wan was tha prtf* > 'jFtat.ed.1'hU; ,; NOTKK.: Htnl,** F lorl'l, ,.."..v.1 n rwjtlnn .(
thi* t ll. .rt rWilon nf |
of< liprtwnUtlvIM
. Watermelons showed almost an equal t'I tit-ally' bankrupt dozens of birth to a *bl u. ] | NOTICE. is iicituiiy: GIvEN That 'he ,I.. ,lit (hwlil mHtt(I .rn..a, ..rl.r th. Cost
,mkn the Northwest closing uni'r.igned will on the nth day of September.
in .""Id. "Th ygrij h U I $iAuig m "i.1"sdal11 Mondiiy In Ni.vi-mlwr A I).
, of increase last l 1)124) : Shot >t.
percentage over year'sshipping A. I)
luSt prraent to the
Mr* Marie Franklin of "New t. ,fir doors etc., Jt was auggestedthtt t < (l fQr Vo" "'u... Judiie of County .to **v. that Hirtlon :1 of Apl.l. 7 .r th.
with 1,107 more cars this. York mulling! sacrIficed her feet railroads might reduce tre!/rhtrntos "I e both lilY ritiirn. account llradfonl and County vouchwra lilurlila as her Admlnistralrltf final, I I ('onatltiillon, of th. H,..,. of VI..I.* .h.1 Mi
; Celery increased 1,080 cars that her baby might II.... when. told least i .m.*nili'il rind *. 'fnllnw i iS
year. at on farm products. I"/ls i J fllu.14 M Icm M I he'iracrtb of the of Joe )Ourseherl. 01.1 .
tlnn 9 1h
.t.t. l..tI.latire that hll meet
t 3.13 cars Irish potatoes 1,101 by doctors such drastic measures e c.'s.mI. and ait .. then and there, I Iapplication ''in
pepers Put with wheat going UP the my 1LtV" r.uulnr r.--l. A r> If'Vn nml thnN. that
to the said Juice for annal..... _ _
! cars cabbage 3,072 cars mixed were ni-cmiury. This I. her home- Tii'orstnte, Comnnirce Commission Tbavworld. di to the hull .'ry Un yi>*r* thrftr, shall)
vegetables Mod I tlement of her ailnilnlslrafnn, of said estate .. ,. .
cumin lu the loving of her : ; ; : ripr U ,ii> ittatlfin In th
arm : I 71u7. nonat*
k 010 cars. Other products show- ays the value of farm crops will as snob ailmlnlstratrlx. and for an order. dlsoharvlnaT uml 'l't.. ,. .*
bu.lanti.! .1.1 i:tut I HunI *
I ed slight Increase", or decreases. I --- -- Dated' thi here'* artl aa. day.sueh of administratrix July A. II 1024. I I I IOHTK.I.I.A ,'..ii,,, ,Iii' .. ..... ,.,,,,'i, I MA t riot* t.,, hr M n* rlyMnil

II. MM, ilnt .n fin prniTtlaahl. hut ._ _ _
! The tutal number of carlot shipments NOTICRTb nituriiy, Hhnll IM
, of each of the fruits and vege. I town rnunrll or Atarki. Florida HM .i li.arfl, of 'U.I''II..n.' m< t for thoof purpose. Administratrix of .1.I MI l lrachtrl of the, d.estate......... | ant' ....h PUlrlet shall h..v* on. I
-\X lAIliL.lRVri.Ntt nimllrlnv. ( th. anNi4nmrnt ..,11.. an provided by Nnetlon SAnf the etNllflml ordlnanem.( of th A :/. ADKIN8. M.nHtt.r all Ht 'Urn scm. It mo. Ih. lxtffil-
: tables are as follows: : H-UCT: : town of Rtark Florida. and ohanvd. th<- valuation nr the ffillnwlnir pmiwrty. tn-wlt : Attorney. I ..I.t t II R -Mr. .lmll I nl.. HHiMtrllfm, (I, ( rtpnncntfttlnn'' __ _
Oranges 3C.016.Grapefruit A bottlo of Ilorbine on the shelf at I .. .. !in 'lh. fftniHiof lii'>n.pnlMttvM. mint shall a'!. I__________
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I 23066. lomo is like having doctor, in the housell fle'rIptIn'I s... T. R. Own.. .."'"' T.. l"cI'I'.' rni'iir if"IIU((11411. '\ ,. u inI, i p..u ui.,1..nl.I., "II. .. nnd twit (111))
I Tangerines 1129. i the time i it jCl V," instant I reliefvu! ::1 All Rib "nrl" own .. .._ r. Jr r..I,'",. .2000 .ano nRADI'ORD cnUNI'Y(11(1) haNk rnuNrv I .. n.'.'.itn'Hvoi 4. .nrh of the Scot il.htn I
ho dill" '011 W'I out of orili-r, or tnflownls r.ts :7 Blk. 2. u"l. ",wn .__ """ Ann'' r.. r.11I1 ._.1811A( 200At..t A (rOKI'llltATION, mON populoti' oanl. And on. Ie.p.n'
Lettuce 2,087.Tomatoes. ful: to nit. One) or two .. \ W. -\n..n. __ 000 11"0 'thf Hint.* nt th. limn of dish .
Jnhn. .. ,
Lnt. 8 Y'2 'Ilk. W -
10,061.Peppers i that i is I 1"O ss.irv I to, 8tH,irt tings!, mnv- : .. : : NOTICBK ,. 'p.Uonm.n&
,...1. I Blk Sohn. .dol.: :::: D. C. Son. ". _.'' .1100 11I011 VII! HI( ",M It!> r 1..1.10",r foil to "
1.,1 I
1.C06 ng and rc torn that, 'tine feIiig, : of ( Oi) 1 1- 1.0(, 4 & N. 20 (I Stilt.I 51 W WIIII..m.UI'F'PNIIN'r.. I In thr HnHitr nnl I ), (fTaiM'
, Celery 8,021. zi ration niul: I liuov'tnrv of HpiritM unit'li I nags : h.a.II4'I I. .t. .T. T. q..I..I87 ._ ..... _. .-.11M( IRArI : : 1/.1.,1", ..(",. tit, air\ .tinlar MOMlnn nf
nn'f' to t'rfet l h".a'!' U. IV u 6<)c. 0.1 ''Uk 1 tOo T. .. Co'. ad., ._ Dan 110... ..... .... ....- 4(00( 1500T TO TUB AWOVB!: NAMm nAND ""''Nn NT l. ..> tit IIn, nf th. tlnum hvfvlii it**
Cucumbers 1,559. n : [ : Dan Ron's ...... eta see .(irnt.d. It hll b .
: s Sold ,' Rlk 1 r. .. Co's ...... ._ At.(. O-rlflCIII'//HONM! TO rFKEH I Kill: th. duty Ir i the I.aiiials.'I' l -
Irish 4,412. L/ 1.1. 5-9-10' ISIS 'Ill T.. 1'. Co Vat and each nt '' "i wUtnluriHi *u..ftiltnir. uah rvnut.trMMI '
: you are hereby nnllHed J' 4
, ALL DRUGSTORES ::.i.I.; __ : Da" Bn.- ....;:On. .- _. nAn 704) that the above. styled suit was Instituted In >m ..f the [ ntUtunIthwr I ( In Pelnl ort's.ilar
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Sweet 197. ,, : :
potatoes, 1"rii.1lIli2LT. the above .. mtlun, I to atto.ttit| tht. Riier'ounta.
Watermelons, :;.31 t. ;;JM.'I'; .. :_ : Dan Ita.... _. ..._-__ .. .- MA inn Auinist A. I P yl.. "l l'a.court anil on,>the n IhU lath day day* writ of tlon lit the H.n and In the H;.: of Hpr, _ _
I.t.-2-8-7-(0' ( Rlk 2 D.vI.l'rubV. of .: '..rnftl\i UN hrrvln( tr."iinI| | | UK ,
X- . :attachment has been duly I I Issued therein' prtMttdln.
-- ----- ': ., A. Z. Adhiro .. .... -. .. .. _- 7M '14)00r. an,1, levied by the herllT. of flreilford. county regular K'dfinl or riiiil.ir State' ..n.,,.. which'

I? ., Rlk. i n.i. Morlil. *. on the iutb ily of Juns A. P 1194.upon evrr also hnvc !Io''n IAI) >M ,uaroat any sot'ttinmnl -
.;. ; :::1: 11It. .f. C. MannIng' .. ..
.. ... .12.n 5500,5iwcui the fiflltiwlntf ..li>s rllwd, real ektate In of Rtirr ,nt.tlv*> In th* Moat
Change of F:' I..'. 1- .' M... AIlIIe IIp..km.1I . 71111 1604)St Uradfonl' roiinty Florida. TU-WITi soul, I. t th I ,, "". "f lh'pr.nl.llvee' shall eontml .
.,r I. Y "n..'. sd.4... % o.n4e4. M. Wee half ,.V Northeast quarter of Northeast I In ,,.-i ,inf nnv trI nt,'i.,,..Inm..nl. In the
S ... ('.11 Rt. II. h. M.d..n. at. .. of Northwest quarter : and the ."'nl I tb. I I.i eltnlr I I xhnll ."|...rtlo"
Sf hv ",."."w.y 8'. ... .. _u.___._ If.. Kate LI.ln..l..n. .. .__ 1100 1110 I Last 'I.I"r., the Houtheast quarter of fdmth- :lh** n-tirtm, 'niHltoo I In tht. :I r.1 "
Life"When (""m .' qW .n" fIr Call ',"oal."nv west quarter., In "flection 25 Township' T, 'itilrrd, \>v ;IhU, nm.ndrn: hI.h':/ ,
ppemiJ'h 'I" C "m W. nn rail lit. 94t South Haniie ft I within thirty' <''n,. .lift.r th
[ hj of life t ,o r. r.. 04 I Ala\ f> iota .n"'n'' Klifht In Subdivision I 'ih I .. ri>Kijnr| ...\",t\t I. cull th.. .Jo..m.nt Id* J.
change beganon :,, I;:'" II... Anae. R.mln.w.r .__. 11511 1160 of Houthweat quarter ..r Hnuthwest ... (I(,... ,I., ..(,?. Mlimiry 4...1|," I.L.I.latn.,. .
I 5 me, says Mrs. Lewis (",.m 'U ft WnVSW .'nrCiell 0,04. SesSion 20. Township 7 Hotith ,.n... itt I >,,,.1,n ..f ri'riprt.inmnt| and .BtMh t
Usher, of Lamar Mo., "I "y S4 "Ill W. IllS rt. 5. 101r Alan Lot Fltht of 'Hloek :I"ht. '. ...? (tmnrdlnnry ...I..n nf th* t.ajl.lstur. i I. h****.
suffered so with womanly F ,I'S, fl N. 111/1/ It. to ..... ._ W. 0. P..kl. .... .. ._ 11II0 501)r. City. In Hoinhhalf of Southra ..... .l'J'j I Is, iiinri'lettorlly r*>qulr.i| to reapportion. tn>
I suffered "". ,,' RI': mr fIr Call A 0..0... West of Railroad In flection tJ. 'Township rvprMinl' .tlf.n nn rMiilm| | by th* mndmnt
I weakness. a great 44,. 5 Mn, F. on r.II St te8ti'CoI South Range tft g: (.for.. It. evljoiirnmi-nt fnnil .u.h *vtrt.vur
I've allers been an advocate of I deal of pain in my bock and I I"".., ri W 14 rt. ts. Ora"... 8L You and eaah of you are hereby required nary .. .Inn ., '.II.d|| for rwpprtlonm.,

fairness .Idl' My limbs would cramp. th.'n"- 'I to .hew ._ ._______-_ I ProI AI...... ___. -_.. u. 750 ISO in appear. In said ...... on Monday the .First hiilI not lImIted (I ..",. at the ....1 of
in a fight rain I didn't feel like doing I "m ,it !'IF. .".. 0..11. A M..... day of September A' I D 11144.( and therein I 'twenty (a **r *t ..nll rnnpf>rt.onrnnt
my blows on weaker folks I my ...nR', C run N. .506 ft. E. till fall. not or judgment;: : will .be: entered snalnst'Witness I I. .."...' *nil, ahflll c"".,, r n faulnM. othr I
work and there are so many rt R. (flIt rt. tn M..lteon fI' tk.na* .enU. than .",.h
never tnuught was right. \: steps for a woman to take on W .." .m. 81. 7. ft In .boa. .__ 1155 fishy L. ThonlU _'YO son see the tfonorable A V ,...n. J....... .I.prtlonm.ntl.
I've fit in wild-cats a farm. I was very anxious (', m -4 0 r.. ot NE. sob. ?)'eSeC aa also r]. W. Alderman (loris and the I seal A .JOINT KKflOUlTION rmpolnff. .n
my weight better 1) ......I."n 04.. .4 "n N. ros lCot of this Court at Htarke' Florida this the Stat .tmimtm.'nt ... "_ I of ".U.I. 9. of the
A friend lon
by the law of give an' take and. to get recommended : 0 R. 10. It. Ii. Molteon 56 day of June A. D IIM4. Cnnatltutlon of Ih AUt of Ylida. R I
.10. ..r. W nn .skI RI. 74 rt. lot (J W. A FRMAN.: Iwtinv ,i.. T*.*t.on and, tlnnne. .
when I got the knockout they ,,1 boy ._ n .___.____ E. W. gy. _......___._.-_ 400 'SOI" (1..11) Clerk of Clreiilt.. CoiiH B. It R.'".| by th. wl.iUtiir' of the
was welcome to the stake! ... ,-4.7. 01.( I R. N. Powitag's Ity C. A. KNIGHT .. .1,1. 81.1
I ..il' '_'__ "'_ .-.__ UkIIOU ....____...-. III' 101(0til ( Deputy Clerk That foltowlnif mndmvnt of ffMtlonof
To-day I'm scrappin' varmints I! Rib (U In fl..knesId.' .._._ C. I.. Peek. ._..__.......__.1100 2100I .2T-lH.f-Z( I 'tlaI 1*, I u. i>f in. ronntltiitlfin of th* 8t.tj
of CARDUI'II '. 1-osdod. E hr Myrtle, lit. S. -- -- .r Florid relating' I" t.itlnn and. n".n..
meek an' class. ---SOT
a lowly I t., 'II..II..n 'ot W h7 I.nd I,. A. ('F; or Yl.F.CT1t'd I I. h.. by .ifi4 kil, to .nl sulumitl..l:! to the
I met their red battalions at the V.y,. N hy half pre (IIn... .___ L. A. Divis I. _....._____ UtI UtI WKERFAH: The l.e.l.ls ( ..S, .0 IIW sor M..II..n a. MVV51. the Constitution of IXHA nf the State' of Flor.Ida. I at the n.vt ..n...l .I".n| | .of kroree.nta.
picnic in the When ... S. 1"11 rt. W. did "... five Joint fteaolutions .
grass. I -uI los tLq pctipns- "I lv4- t*, h. hld In th. year 0524 that I I. ta
fiends attack in J ff N. 21"' tL I M...,_ In* amendments) tthe Constitution,, of the that Cuotion 1. Artie I 0, of lhe 5 ConatU
an Tonic I _
my person The Woman's 'h.n.. P: Stats of rlorlds. and the
: Dn M."loon SI. to same were avreedIn tutliin nf th. II.... of Ftnrlda. b amhdtM|
;. .. _._. .__.. 8. by vote of three-flftha\ > ta
underhanded way there's apt to fls.kInW .Iot C. C. a n.eoaiires" ass 1000 a of all the members real a* follwwa :
Corn 211'1 fW.. .t IIW .. 1II.otl.( elected. to path house that the ...
and I It. en tee on said SuctIon I Th Lliiatur.{ shall .
to began using for
be m Ia
red pepper in the complimentsI 'on. C. "y..l. S... a. run W. 5111/ Joint ItMnlutlons were entere pay. I certainly improved. I went t" W..t.mn..I'hu'' 81. th.ne. 8.'n Journals. with the peso and nays that it 'no y pntv.d for aptvelal .rate .itpt
jl through change of life without ..1" "t. 41''0 rt. p:. II' ra. N. Iherenn. and they did determine and dlreitt on but such or rat. '
There ain't much show fer tZ" ft I-.. ... said. Inl.n.lhl.l10. .1.1 r.*
romance any trouble. I can highly a .I.II.' d.. moo that the Joint Resolutions he submitted or fv) milt tfctl
..f (;,!.kln. .dd .. "CI.,1c, .. to th. electors of the State at the feneral Uf ..f th* ..
in a buff-iafest patch. I recommend Cardul. AI..... : !____....__.._ !___ a c. e C. .. 1101......, __ 110.. 400 Eleetbm In November. IOU( ) _, .I..U.lat of au h. Intanir
where all a feller gets to do-u, j At the age of about 40 to 0'' I" !9E '4 or 1Ir. .. isle NOW. TlfKRErOKK.! Ill CI.AV CRAW. 111. pr.rt.,ulleet.d ai. from.rat* or h.. .or
50 every woman has to pass kit'I!: or 11&4 knowa so 811..10pi. FOKII. Seere'ary of Stale of (he State nf .by th. f_, my .
set around an' scratch. It through a critical time which I ... __ .........-________. 8 a a. M. f..n ..........._.. 550 7110 Florida. do ......,., irlve notice that a .".rlone t all oth.r "..1.0'* ifounty.. .h.1. *, and.
lends an inspiration which it j is called the Chang of Life. I I J.R; ;:: side of Ng'4 or 5E14 ... 5 n 0. N. 1'r"JI:::-: = 404): :) C.KNCKAL ELKCTIONwill munlalpal ta..: and! prvtMrlb.such rvMU-
J --.--_-----_--.---- _: A. 0: :::::::::::::: 500 he held In each county In Florida, on ... ...h.1
wouldn't do to tell when we land At this times great chances I Prsrnsi '", tiro..yp Co. 260ePrenol Tuesday post succeeding the first. InNnvemtier. l.t.n. .1 lost valuation of all
I take place in, her system, :: : ::::::::::::::::::::: 'p: _---_::::::::= 1000:::: A D. Hill the said TuMHlay Monday be- .ny. b a*rval and b *.n.l.) stptlnfauah
batch property
a of chiggrs-from the may *impt.Td by law for
P.-ren.I t.Il to,. lurS. Co. $000 Inc the
mustard-pot of belliI II causing various painful ana Poreonot: -- .::::::::::::::::::::: N. B. HotS. -----.- -:.::::::= $00PThon.i ::: rOI.'RTH DAY OF NOVEMI1FR Itt/fotMi munlrip.il or harltabl*Mu.i.tl/m. literary.. BnUntlfla. r- '

disagreeable It you are approaching symptoms. this : J -- -- : ::::::::::::::::::::: }Y.,eo 9'_." $---------------6050(arsyy Co------ *4(0( 351'p.m050i 1001 JoInt 5,,' the Resolutions ratification pr*>peilna'or rejection amendments of the to said the amndmnta vot** ...t In .*.purprm..pl.n.with ,101.! pro- _ _

period or are already suffering Prrnel . ._______....._____ Jsnie .1I..pp. ..__.:.. 4110 '11', f:onstltntlon of the State nf Florid" visA .' and ...., .n.. ** ..
P.wnsi u.._-._______.___. Jebs. V._ ...u. .. ... ..- 7SO 00"t'.eni JOINT Kf:HOI.i!;'riOV/ Hropoalnaan th. u. .thvrwof, hnll .ha .tibJt'
from any of its trouble .. ..____.___.._ A. H. WtI1i.ma __ .. _-..._ 04)4) In'S' Amendment, to Article IX of the constitu to .m. rfrvnlatlon and ro.trlstlaM .
ar proJ* d by law .
for .
ral t wtion
-i or should symptoms help you take, as Cardui.it baa It ,p...n.nai::nt: :::::::::::::::=::: r.: 0.0. ";Yov,, 0.-::: ::: '::::: son 4045 one 61)0S I Inn. of and the "In.State' ..of.. Florida Relative lo Taxation tb*IN* Mtnt. of Fl/eH,l .WfTERKOK n I hav. .hr.* I

i I I tit. It Rsaolved by the Legislature of the !Walenf .TSTIMON
,I helped others. ,,4 t .n soquipllaeoe aisS. sold ........_. SI,. beset. a' a .-Unw to ... held 5.t. 81h. Florid* mtn affl.t( ) ,ih < O..t Saab!
Sold by all drug gists. I i. h.sr ,.se.we feom ... .r.ld P..peyt .w...... If u.- ... say w., the ..1... That the following amendment to Article of th* lltat of Florida' at laltahaMM* .
e)8; t h.n so 440.4 lor the bo.r... ihol. ) be .ba....... IX of the Constitution of the State of Flor. 1'.p".I.I).. I1,4.thia thew.nh -Ur July. 1
t .t.tf'UTCH. I ,ida. relative ... Taxation and finance. to .ben rLAY rRAWfyiRD.I8KAL .
C. A. C. Y. ROOVF.R. inhered Mectlan F.I.,.. 1 1 1 I'> of said. A..I.a. fo t I I
CIe.k. Cbsias ot .....r4. i IX. he and the lame la .hereby. agreed to and .. .UtlDai h.tr 11. I I


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I! Bradford! tounty TElegraph! than trees.that which grows' on the home I r

Just at present the peaches of USN-VIN""! I

d f S!>!!-jhod t '.' ,.<.!I.'t! nml ""If'-+ :d m Georgia are hanging, ripe and eat I 7C
able, on the heavy laden trees. Boys 1
r. Jfcond clan matter, nt the post and girls stand beside all }Jhe roads .

ofllcr at Starke, Florida. offering great baskets of the fruitat I
h TXK ten cents, with few taken. In the :

I, I B. MATTHEWS______,..______0"" n.'. open, market the beat fruit may be [I -- --- --. _._. ASP.'RIN"

C. ROBINSON: ..........ManagingEditor.. obtained for fifty cent a I 1 = = i
.a I'J.' And thousands of crates are bu"hel'l _-- lt4l h f -_ .

f allowed to the
.1 ground, while the people of the nation '
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,, fIATE' are hungry for peaches. -- I Say "Bayer"- Insist!

While this is going on the peopleof I

., ;. Per Ye.lr ..-- $1.50 Georgia are eating almost no For Pain Headache
: peaches. Heaped up dishes of them I I
Six ;Months I -_ -. 75c uirured with a pitcher of cream for 1 -_ Neuralgia Rheumatism

0 lij .- ten cents in the restaurants are I _
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: paused by, while the patrons eat pie -- Lumbago Colds

made from brought from the I
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I" hc Accept only a
I'ucjtic count.
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Both in Florida and Georgia thellnc"t \LII1" Baverpackagewhich

; :; watermelons are rotting on
: .f ," I he ground, and! almost nobody eats I contains proven directions

j jI i them. The market conditions do not Handy "Bayer" boxes nf 12 tablets
arrant i shipping at the high coat of Also bottles of 21 and< 100-Druggists

I i In.i u tit and express, and so they arenllowed Axplrln In the trade mark of Serer Manu
i iI to spoil. tutus. of MoDoacetlcacliuwter of Sallcyllcacld.
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ff the people of these states would BAPTIST CIIURCII BULLETIN.There .
;' No. 4954Meiuoershlp turn to and eat the fruit and vege-

,, I ( In National Highway tiihluH !grown at home they would will be but morning serviceon

1 Association) help themselves and everybody else. Sunday next. The Bible school

"'" They would save much of the money meets at its regular hour, !9:45): a. m.,
Th;; evils i nf the ut of tobuc'in are which is spent for imported fruits Prof. Wiggins superintendent.. Hun

1 becoming more and more apparent.The and vegetables. They would furnish dred per cent classes in the summertime

f other day a maq 116 years old the growers a ready market. They I j are rare yet we have such records -
died of "tobacco heart" after using would get fresh Iroducts.liaml this year. Visitors always wel-

I I I the weed only 101 years.-Uaytona Herald. 1 come.

Morning Journal. t Is Following the school the morning

-0-- LAWTEY j service, at 11:00.: The service will be

A llucclenny undertaker believesin ? 9T yF I NAUGHTY, In charge of E. II. Collier a worthy .
preparedness. She advertises "ca.I ..- Lawtey Aug. 22-Enoch Griffis lam /Dry 0 NAUGHTY, layman whose Christian experience .

I kets for cash;" und adds: "Come spent several days last week on the will enable him to bring a helpful

, ''j early so if I have not what you Gulf Coast. SVANK message to all. The laymen are com

j ,I I want, can send for same In time for ', ok,, ,_ ing to the front throughout'the Uni-
Rev. L. W. Kickliter, of Starke, :
UHO. -Tampu Tribune. ted States, and are rendering a serv-
supplied the pulpit at the Baptist
; ,, : -0-- ice of commendable extent and char- .
" ,,( :1\ Independent negro Republicans of church last Sunday mvrning. e acter.

!' Tampa announce a meeting! at the C. F. Barber, of Macclenny was in The Billy Sunday Club furnishes

r 'J' "Pallbearers' Home" to endorse Lu- town transacting business Tuesday. splendid examples of this sort of

; Follette and Wheeler. That would bean -- work. All members and friends will

j appropriate meeting place for Miss Kathleen McLeod, of Jack I Mr. and Mrs. E. Bumey and chil- Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, Mr. Law I I be present on ,Sunday morning to

other supporters of these gentlemen. sonville, visited relatives here the FOR OVER 40 YEARS dren visited- relatives in Jacksonville and sister, Miss Doris Law of, greet Mr. Collier, of Palatka, Florida. :

,, .''I 1 a'' Tampa Tribune. first part of the week. HALL'S CATARRH, rDICINE: has Monday and Tuesday. Georgia, attended the revival services -1-
/' .j I ---o- Misses Elizabeth Howe, Hazel been und *uoc...(uUf In the treatmentof at the Baptist church this week. ,f
U I ; Beware of eating peaches or other Catarrh. Mr. and Mrs. David Biggs and two Misses Elsie and' Flonbelle Brit I 0,
t Futch, Arthurina and Catherine HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE! eon-
I ;, fruits with peeling on, that gives Blanchard motored to Starke Sunday data of an Ointment which Quickly children of Hastings, were visitorsthe and Marvin Brit, all of Louise, are
. evidence of having been sprayed for Relieve by local application and the first of this week at the home of spending this week here. I
afternoon. Internal Mcdlclna, Tonic. which act
: disease-a child's death at Adel, Ga., through the Blood a on> the Mucous 8urfacea Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs. Mrs. Goosby, of Alachua county, I 1 1I

I lant Wednesday is supposed to have Mrs. G. L. Flitch left Tuesday for :, thus' reducing the Inflammation.Sold is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. j,I "

i i been caused by eating peach peelingsthat Wauchula, where she will spend a F. ;J.by Cheney all drucirlate* Co.. Toledo, Ohio. David Moore came home from' I L. Brit this week. R.I I ,

had been sprayed.-Live Oak few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Jacksonville and spent Sunday at the I Mr. V. B. Wheeler, Mr. J. H. Croft ]I .
/ 1 I Democrat. Gunter. home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 'and Mr. J. W. Blanton I
Mrs. Kendrick, of Starke, was the are spending II
-oq H. Moore.
this week in South Florida. |
. 1, Wheat Is selling for a dollar and a Enoch Griffin was a business visitor guest Thursday of Mrs. W. L. Taylor.Mr. Mr. Elzie Gunter, of Waldo, and II

half and the Republicans are strutting to Bunnell Tuesday and Wednes HAMPTON
and Mrs. L. A. Marr and chil- Mr. D. W. Moore of Theresas at- |

around and saying, "Just" see day. dren visited relatives in Highland Hampton, Aug. 22-Mr. and Mrs.S. tended church here this week. I i II
do for the farmer. However -
' ,I what we Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Rowe spent I Sunday.E. M. Simmons who have been for Miss Delma Dinkins, of Bushnell
r ; the farmer is'wiae enough to is the guest of her uncle, F. A. Mc-
Sunday with relatives in Jackson- several weeks in Pitts, Virginia arrived -
) f know that the price was not brought Kinney.
ville. T. Torode of Boynton spending here last Monday.E. I
did the
'I; about by Republican rule nor a few days here at the home of W. Hayes, tax collector, ;
I benefit of the raise FIVE MILE
farmer get the Mills Verities Williams of Jacksonville
his son, W. E. Torode. Bradford county was a business .
visitor I
In price. Tho game was started too I I
spent a few days here last week
here last
'f lato In with the the day fllrmer.-Taylor to hElp the! Republican Coun- with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marr, Sr., of Highland, was a Rev. Alex. S.Tuesday.Jones, pastor of the spent Five Saturday Mile, Aug.and 22 Sunday-Miss in Raven Lake i I I I II II

G. W. Stokes. I visitor here Wednesday. I of Hampton.had ,
First Baptist church Butler guest of friends. I J
Herald. I
ty I as his guest this week his sister, | Mr. Jj JI
Upton lightning intervening
Mrs. V. U. Reddish returned home agent was j
Mrs. L. II. Hill and L. H. Jr. were '
; I (last week from Plant Miss Louise Jones, of Jacksonville. our citizens last week. ttOIs I
lion. J. Ed Stokes, member of the City where visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.Miss 'I of Lake Butler filled I tt )
Florida legislature, declaring that who was the guest"of relatives for Ri-v. Depcw Mr. Ponell locally known as "Uncle

"the taxation problem of this state several days. Wilma Blanohard is visiting his regular appointment, at the I Bud" is critically ill. Oscar Rimes is ,
f f
Church of Christ last Sunday. He
also the
on sick list this week. J
i is subject of vital iiimortanco"aaysthat relatives in Jacksonville this week. j I
a which gives UH an Terry Johns and Ernest Dowling of |was accompanied by his wife. I Thursday August 1.ttb, Mr. and

I "legislation assessment of all Starke, were transacting business Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were Miss:: Eleree Hardin, of Jacksonville Mrs. J. M. Mott entertained I n
and I
, j''I$ equitable} taxable of this state hero several days last week. visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. ', who has been the guest of honor of Mr. Mott who reached the i i
the property .
\ friends and relatives here for sever- fiftieth milestone of life's pathway
,- 1 with a just valuation thereon, and K. K. Thede and W. E. Torode were Miss Muriel Mathis, of Plant City al weeks has returned to her home. | on that dav. Among the guests were: I

I legislation that will force the payment will- business visitors to Jacksonville Fri- Is spending a few days here with relatives A. A. Durden and daughter, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Uckle of Lake
of renl property tan, which day. and friends.Mr. Hilda visitors to Gainesville Mrs. '
owners from permitting were Butler Mary Mott and son, The first

top tho property state to secure the tax sales Mrs.'S. J. Sternberg of Jackson and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and last Sunday. Cleverland Mott, of Heilbronn i
41 Rev. Windham, of Waldo will fill Springs, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy. [ .
certificates to the property, will go ville was a visitor here Wednesday. I children, of Jacksonville spent Sunday
She enroute to lake his regular appointment here next After partaking of the bountiful repast -.
further to solve the taxation problems was Klngsley here with lelatives.
than anything the next legislature where she will spend a few days with Sunday'at 4:00: p. m. the guests departed wishing Mr. I Factor in
Mrs G. W. Roberts delightfully Mrs. J. C. Cadwell who has been Mott many happy returns. I
can do." Tho honorable gentleman son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and I
I from Uuy county "speaks to the Mrs. Ralph Barber. entertained the Ladies Aid Society, for several weeks visiting friendsand Mrs. Ethel Lanham, of Portland .
i of Grace, M. E. church Wednesday. relatives in Macon, Ga., returned Ga., arrived Saturday.". to visit her I

I point read, an. what i ill his he habit, will on,say this manywho' puz- Sheriff W. J. Epperson and W. W. Quite a large membership was present to her home here lat. Sunday. grandmother, Mrs. Barbara Dukes. I SuccessfulAdvertising

J says taxation. Times Daisden, of Starke were hero on business and a very pleasant profitable Miss Elizabeth Douglas of Macon Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy were :
ling problem of I Tuesday. afternoon was spent. Ga., is the guest of her aunt, shopping in Lake Butler Saturday. I
a; Union. ', Mrs. W. R. Jackson this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Johnson L.

/ -0.- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan were At this writing the gap in the i Orie Wiggins, of Starke was the G. Johnson and Mrs. D. J. Blume
t GOOn l TRAFFIC LAWS visitors to Starke Sunday afternoon. about to Starke
highway half-way !guest of his grandmother!* J. were shopping in Worthington

t Is about to close up with its first of R. Hodges last Monday.Koival Thursday.
J 6 New York State has adopted l a motor Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hofm moved i i
hard surface, which practically joins Services at HamptonThe as.
: law which in many respects U back to Tallahassee the first of last
t Starke and Lnwtey, as it only takes revival services conducted by
model other states.
for week.
f, a about 20 minutes to make the trip Evangelist, Rev P. T. Taylor, of FENCE
It is particulary good in, recognizing
1 Mrs. B. L. Dania. began here August the 12th. The wire fence around the school The ad that is
Blanchard was calledto
that trafllc!\ regulation Is not The
first accident on the hard roadin
I house in Starke will be offered for
I purely a local Issue. There are uniform I'alatka Thursday on account of town occurred Saturday morningat rev. Taylor is one of the most able t J
sale! at public auction in front of the
'ft I provisions for speed lighting, the death of her brother, II. T. Joyn- the corner of Oak street and Lake''preachers of the state. school house on Monday, August 25th l read gets results

'I' parking.. i'n>t<<._., nnnlvlnur n.. -. ---_ throughout.u.nn._. er. avenue, when one of the heavy trucks !'|I: He held a two weeks service here at 12 m. Purchaser to remove fences'
I last summerand all who enjoyed
,t the state. Mr. and Mrs Will Duprce of Jack- returning for another load off I I those services, were anxious for his and posts and fill post holes within .

Municipalities are forbidden to sonville, were week-end visitors at rock, ran into a touring car; which i, return. They have been well attended 30 days. Right reserved to reject any .
employ any truffle or court officers the home of Mr, and Mrs.[ J. W. was occupied by Mr. Goethe and a i 1: and much interest has been manifested or all bids !
whose salaries depend on fines collected party of friends of Baker countv. G W. ALDERMAN '
in them. Souls are confessing Your ads Mr.
from offender, thus topping :No; one was injured but nc of the Christ daily. 8ir2t I Trustee 1 ll II j
i a prolific source: of abuse. Misses Oneida and Beiaie Mc- hind wheels was demolished I -I .
1 Rev. Taylor has been assisted
_._ in
Driver are forbidden to go too White of :Moultrie, Ga., returned Merchant
I theMe services by Rev. will be '
slow as well AS to go too fast. home last week after spending. sev- pastor ,
S. Jones Rev. N. and Rev.
Every driver must have a license; eral days here at the home of Mr. R.I\
R. Burke of Waldo, with Miss.
anJ pass an examination to get it, and Mrs. J. L. Harrell. read--just like
ottf Durden of Tampa as pianost. you
and be subject to revocation of hislicl'nse -
for created traffic offenses. Alfred Starling returned here Saturday Mrs. C. D. RawV-y, of Green (Cove. <

r These all features. from Hawthorne where he has i I" the guest of Mr.*. C. E. Harper
are excellent are now reading
been transacting business for the this week. i
Ant! the general treatment of the
past three weeks.T. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quigley and "
I Subject: in the most populous statesuggests ,
that time is coming when --- -. this--if brighten !
\ a I T. Blackburn was a business --- -- I you -
i traffic rules will not only be uniform I- visitor to Tallahassee last week. I
within the borders of every other I
state but uniform for the whole 43 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and -4 them up with

states together. The spread of traffic children, of Jacksonville were guests V'01..l. EED JtttJOT! SAIL51
makes that already desirable. If Sunday\ of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. :Stokes. r illustrations from j'

it cannot be accomplished: by federal There were Just two things that $S a week and waa allowed to I
Mini Luella Tatum, of DeLand, i i.
action, it should\ be sought through ] few weeks here with her Tom Kendall could do well. One sleep in the rear of a locomotive< uniform action of the state legis la- pending a 'was' to shave hit father on Sunday sh0p.Two years later with $90 '' the complete cut
1 tures.-St. Augustine Record. I sister ;Mrs. G. W. Roberta. he had saved from his scanty earn- HAD LEY '
morning* and. holidays the otherto I
l ; tags ha laid in a stock of candy, e
i a. --0---. Tom Whitehead and two daughters press the old mane trousers one cigars, magazines fan and gum service

BUYING AT HOME of Jacksonville, are spending a a month. Tom's father, John, was and was permitted l to sell them, on I day war was declared he sold hU we now :
few days here as the guests of his passenger trains. Trainmen taught business for $11,000 and enlisted
home back woodsman in the hills out-
The necessity of buying at :sister. Miss Rebecca Whitehead. him to read and write and by. the In a Canadian regiment. He was furnish to advertisers
la being constantly emphasized: at Ue of Lynchburg, Va. Hi* moths time he was twenty-one. he had gassed in the Argonne and wounded

>t the secret of the building up of a A. M. and Robert Blanchard were and sister had been burned to educated himself equivalent to the In a later engagement. At the

community. In spite of this, however, transacting business in Starke Mon. death in a forest lira. Ht wj first year in high{ school. Incldeaally else of the war he returned to in theTELEGRAPH-- I

f a great many people seem to prefer day. scarred and partially crippled In he had saved $1,485. Montreal drew out his. money and .
lr elsewhere. With thi* money he went to Nw taught a prize ch 'ten farm in
that which is produced the same flan! ***. York. He opened small tailor Ottawa .
the line Mrs. J. H. Moore and Mrs. C. Y. a Today he is married has
3 the orchard over .
Fruit from In 1904 when Tom 15, his Broadwa In he
ira on on. year a palatial home, two growing boys
Starke Tuesday
visitors to
fence always teems to look better Mayo were father was killed. Tom mad. hi* bum up a trade that encouraged "iv? Is called wealthy J

way on foot to Richmond when him to open a larger shop. I He lay. he will eventually (rait,
pile Cured In o to 14 Day he centred employment as a taller Just before the world war he |return to Lynchburg buy a home J
Dnuutfau) r.f\od s ".,11 **ZOINTMENT Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan of boy m the freight yards of the ed to Montreal where. he opened I I and enjoy the life of a
to."ureltehli InMMotlV I rlkns Blind. Bleeding aching PUea.or Pnxrudm sodas T".. I: Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Sun. flovtbem JUflway. He WM paid a ntII larger tabor shop. On the lf-ntle-. country
*rtntSlu! *. after fist .ups.sik ... too. day.



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