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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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DEFENSE DAY SHOOTS MAN; IN JAIL I e Wheeler the Champion Family Man 100 CIltl.DRKN: 'LAVTEY\ CITY
ACCUSED: OF ATTACK I AMI UAMIK'1IILDRE; :> 1

HMONSTRATIONSTATE I Elizabeth City N. C., Aug 21- 1 'k :t Ke Butte, Gerl1anyHUlliel Gulvcei u

Just a few minutes before he was to I II II II II II If soil wife possess :37 children betweei,, MARSHAL SHOT

have gone on trial for an alleged them. Daniel. 132: years old win a widower -
'I statutory offense against a 13-year- with 21 children when his eye"
1 WIDE old girl Joe Swindell, aged 26!, was I w' fell upon the widow Iledwig I',, chl, BY BENNETT
phot down in his cell in Elizabeth who is the mother of 10! youngster,
--- I City N. C., jail today by the /girl's I and MIX older than Daniel.
.MAJ3Y COMMUNITIES ARE grandfather and is in a critical con- I When the wedding breakfast wa> DISTURBANCE LATE SAT.
i I ditlon in a hospital there. I served und noses were counted i it
-.AKING: PLANS FOR DAY I The grandfather, well-to-do cottonand I was found that immediate family oC NIGHT ENDED IN SHOOTING

I tobacco warehouse operator of f children and grandchildren numberci -
Starve Among the First to MakeP3bparatione Wilson, N. C., immediately afterward pier 1110. Const nble Lowrry Kcreited Blow on
4+, for the Celebrationral : I_ gave himself up to the authoritiesand I --- .- --- I Head; Four Held In County Jail.Marshal .

hundred letters have been was released on $15,000 bail. He i Ii DAYTONA IIF.ACH: IN V. R. UeiM'i: ; of I.uwtey,
II HANDS OF BOOTLEGGERS) : :
| is charged with shooting with intentto 4
'e d i at the jifice oi the Adjutant I I I tells seriously shut mid CuiiftabU J.
:'._al at St. Augustine, during the kill. I I Major: Make' SITHHIS < hurgi II Lowery received a.wuro blow>> on '
p week, from 'lumcipul: author: j The shooting, dramatic in the eX- I Against Clly Murxhikl.Daytona the head from a pistol butt last Sat-
tf nd civic bodies telling of the treme, occurred shortly after\ o'clock | urdny night!< at Lnwtey when they In-
r.ia that are bom! ;: maun! in their and just as Judge Lyon, of the superIor II \ 1I'Bch1I..clllrillf/ that watigikted l a pistol shot on one of
cave communities to |.ropvriyppropnately court, had ordered that Swindellbe the town council hud "turned Day I'the main streets. Five men, Everett:
if ,( join in the Njnon'Defenae ; brought into the court room. The tuna Bench over to the bootleggers: ," niul l Troy Ilonnctt Clarence Marr, I
; Demonstration" which grandparent, stranger in Elizabeth Mayor George P. Johnson bitterly! Ivaifonl Starling and Mock Carter: ,
be held on September 12th. City, went to the jail and asked per ,Denounced\ iU members in a spooch were placed in tilt county jail! hereby
Ue this Demonstration is an mission-to, speak to Swindell. The request -I following the council's refusal Ic ,I i .lu'i ilT's officer With the IIS'tlon :,,))-
opt ely voluntary civilian activity, was granted. Walking over to try Town Marshal W. C. Jonocii : of Clarence Mnrr, who was ro-
1P in each case will be initiated amid Swindell's cell he extended his hand .. charges by the mayor that thi leased Wednesday,! they ors bcinil'I\siil II
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s!i6 oat by civilian agencies, the 1 in greeting and asked how the prisoner wiocwcT[ marshal had neglected his duty. 'held, without bail, awaiting the outcome .
Indication is that every progressive was getting along. He then Informed The specific complaint was that of the olllcer'n wound

J1'I da city will wish to cooperate Swindell that he was the Senator Burton K Wheeler of Mont.. Vice Presidential candi- :Marshal tones "had knowledge that I Saturday night about 10,,10 o'clock,
'sit the War Department in bringing grandfather of the girl in the case, date with La Follette, I is the champion family man of the six: candidates bootleggers" were storing whiskey In Marshal Reddish, in company with
about a better and wider under.1taading drew a revolver from his pocket and of the three big parties. Here are the six big Elisabeth In hipI.tfonn.Mrs. the rear of an office on Atlantic avenue Coiifttublo Lowery, invutlgut the
_ of our national military' fired one bullet pointblank into the I : : Wheeler Francis, Richard. Edward. and l I IJ and that he deliberately remained firing of a pistol and loud talking at

;peUcY and plans for defense. I I prlsoner' ody. John. 1 away until the linu.V' had been re the )pump a short distance from the
jf:Among the cities that have already Swindell fell screening into the J I moved to a new hiding place" Htrnulicrry platform. It Is reported i
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Appointed their Defense Day Com- arms of a cell mate. Jail officials carried .------------ I they found the group of men con-
jaiittees and commenced the arranlre-I I him to a hospital where it was IWHIDDON PASCO ('UlINTII.S 123 im'gatt'd! about thit. pump unit that
:rnent of appropriate found the bullet had struck in the ADMITS :,SCHOOL WILL\ MILES: 1'.t\'lilt; ROAD', they liut'iimu, angry when the officer

lAjfopka, Arcadia, Brudentown, Bubax I right: side and !lodged in the back. Dado City-Out of a total roadmileugo I(|ui. tioneil them concerning the
>a Park, Clermont, DeLand, Day- Physicians said his recovery was !, shooting. When the officers attemptedto
of :320: miles Pasco
a. Miami Beach, Miami, Monti- doubtful. In the meantime, the man MARRYING GIRL OPEN MONDAYFull county arrest the reveler. Marshal Ked-
haH 125 miles of hurd surfared highways
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be lo. New Smyrna, Orlando, Palatka, who shot him walked unmolested I dish WitS shot and Constable. Lowery
::rensacola., St. Cloud, St. Augustine, from the jail to the sheriff's office in I ( The according Associated" to Information, Press by A furnished .1-. struck over the huad with a blunt

Etarke St. Petersburg, Tampa, Vernon -| the court house and gave; himself up Claim. He Doe Not Know Whether Faculty in K adiiu>*i* Tor Open Burnable, clerk of the Court, in addition instrument, their assailant making
Vero, Winter Park West Palm "I have shot a man," he announced good their In the darkness.
I I He Shot Mr*. Whiddon or Nut. I ing Day of Improved nand-clay rinds escape
Beach, and Williston. The programs "I think it is a shame somebody else Mr Iteddmh WRIt brought to Starke
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The number of miles of unimproved
4*some of these cities have been could not have done it." Then he sat Gainesville, Aug. 22-Robert J.I The Bradford County high school roadt, in\ 150. i immediately after the shooting and(
Carefully thought out and involve ) down and calmly began reading al! Whiddon, through his attorney late will begin its session this year :Monday The county has u total bonded in I placed on the operating tllbl!!. Ills

participation by many organized'' newspaper. I lust night Issued a statement in morning, September the first. dl'btl'dnt'ss of; $530,000( ), all of which i joumlitlon was considered very *.erl.uU. -
Chilian elements as well as thePpnjnlike \nili-I the which he that ., the bullet entering thu left soda
He Is said to have brooded over admited hu is husbandof The opening exercises will commence used towards construction or(
tary I case as he was especially fond of, the I' Viola Nash, who lies at the Wil- at nine-thirty and will con- the was present < ''tt m of improved highway of hill stomach, just missing/ the In-
tho mobilization' plans of' grandchild. I liams Hospital here suffering from' sist of devotional exercises and y I[ teHtinvH and Homing out on the right

the armies of other countries, there I the effects of a 43-caliber; pistol bullet 1- I short talks by some of our leading/ !* ---------- -iilc. Following the operation he
J4 absolutely nothing secret either I I wound inflicted last Friday eve- citizens. After the opening exercisesthe was tukun to the Marion Hotel and
bout the Defense Test of our military 1 ning while she wag auto riding with morning will be taken up in assigning trninvil nurses .secured.,
tortes, or the plans for the ob- 1I I Whiddon. lessons for the following day Sunday morning Everett: and Troy
,jMrvance of National Defense Day. Whiddon blames the parents of to those pupils who were regularly llennctt nurrvnde-red to the cherilt
:Iijfc fact, it is projected primarily us L Sudanese Restless iI i the girl for coming between them. promoted. In the afternoon examinations Demands ItcJrcssW..hingt.on and were placed! In Jail). Tha remain
means of inducing as many people I I The girl told him that she did not will l be given to those pupil i lug three were placed in Jail Monday.
possible to take an interest in and ,, love him and treated the inirr lira desiring them for promotion. For r I It It alleged that Everett llnnnvtt I.t Is
.q actual part m the trial of our I I as a joke, Whiddon stated. This he those regularly promoted the afternoon t Die one who did the Hhootlng.ifr. .
readiness, to meet, as a nation, such declared, crazed him He asserted ho can be used for securing books ( U' .ryY
tin emergency' as arose in the World has no recollection of the shooting. and preparing lessons for the following I to show improvement and Thursday
War. I I Whiddon. faces trial, probably in day. mornmir he! was apparently out of
[Behind the first line of defense, I January, on n charge of assault witha Tuesday morning and thereafter .hunger A* noon as hn I III pronounced

Constituted by the Regular Army amitthe deadly' weapon with intent to murder school will begIn at nine in thu morning >nt of danger by the attending phy-
National Guard, is the great body on a warrant sworn to late taut with noon recent at twelve! .I i KIIIX the (}uurtetti> will be !given npnlimiiiury
ttf Reserves which must constitute -i night, by Sherilf P. G. Ramsey following thirty. The afternoon session will 1 hearing in county
the bulk of the Army in emergent failure of the girl's family to begin at one-thirty and school will be iry1 .IIJ'| -",'II court and admitted to ball

:The units of this force have all been / accuse the man after it was announced dismissed, at three-forty-Hve\ in the I >i appearance. in. circuit court
Allocated to sections of the countrycoaling -J she was on the road to recovery. afternoon.All -- -
.... to '""pulation and occupation 2wrrree Professor Nash, father of Mrs. patrons and friends of the atzrw 11I.-\\11.\1\1: ( \ HC1'ln i;
of the people in each community. < Viola Nash" Whiddon, arrived from school are cordially Invited! to be I IN D1SIHICT: t'O. 1

Reserve officers. have been assigned siaerNCAeT :Nashville: Tenn., last night. He went present at the opening exerrixeH..1 'l'allelmssee-Governor' ; ; j llardue h.iiiiniintvd ..

id units or group of this skeleton I immediately to the bedside of his They are urged, too, to visit tin- :" I II. L. Blanchard, of LnwI1 -
:force and the Defense Test will be a'' daughter. When he left the hospital school this year as often a* possible.., 'y, !to be justice of tho pence for
trial! of their knowledge of the duties his fate" was grave. lie. refused to The school la fortunate to againhave : District No. 1 I. Bradford county. H*
that will actually devolve upon them I I make a statement. the services of Prof. S. S. Dow I will HUceud, R. M. Tracy, resigned.
$<& recruit, shelter train and other- I I ItECUUlTUlTlTKASFINKF. ling, who for seven yearn has been I .- --- -- -_.
IWIBO earl for their respective organi, i LAUOR : : the p,,polar and efficient principal of N/1'1'It.tcF: : FOl'NI( OF W. O.SIRIChLAND .

sations. : { [ ) R C. U right Pled Guilty and {Wa the Bradford high school. Music will I ;
this means to imIS be taught by competent teacher :
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It is hoped by ,
*SI'C'YS" the Indivadual officer and I, London-Maj. Gen. Sit Lee Slack: Fined $ad:; and Coat: and lessons In expression will bei i -Mr Stan herding I The following dispnU-h from Welt
-i.ion
icier his particular function if war British commander in the Sudan, I F. C. Wright ple'ad In :!given by Miss Alice Tharin, who has I I British journalist, who WAIl kept Palm !leach will lie of interiNt to
guilty county -
reinforcements to In VMO, on
and has asked.l for in a Sovint prison resilient of this motion, it dealing
the delay student in the Boston Conservatory -
Thus
.hould ever come. where judge' court Tuesday to recruit- been a
maintain order at Athara, ehanre of eapionuc brought by with tho disappearance of W. O.
tyfusion which characterized tho the British garrison was fired upon ing labor without a permit. lIe received 1 <>f Expression.. Thu following I Mn. Karroertta lUrrtnun, an I Luke
his house
Strickland from near
preparations for the last war will to i by native troops." Gen. Stack' i, a sentence of $50 and costs or : faculty has been chosen for' the American. English Uteamcn now Ho I II
.4 extent be obviated. In a crisis I photo Is shown above. six months. The fine wan paid. I year .Ut-25: : demand reparation for Mz IIa4 Okevchobt'e seer weeks ago. a.
those holding official positions will I Wright was in thin section engaged \Mica Olive E. Ray, Primary and I hiQ's Incarceration: brother of A. H. Strickland I of KlnlCa.I

dot feel themselves at sea, and con- in securing labor for road work on first grade I ley lake:
.tr nted with tasks with which they I the east coast and was arrested on \Mica Ethel Griffin, Second icrado. I II Wi-Ht I'aim Ilvach! -After having
of W.O. .
any totally unfamiliar. Plans will be SPECIAL: RAIN; '1'0 TAKE STUDENTS' j complaint of local road contractors. Mix Alice Tharin, Third grade. I scoured the county( for a old trace recluse
|thought out in advance, which, in TO WOMEN'S COLLEGE Miss =Nellie""I :Stearns, Fourth grade. IIE.lS'IILtT1N: : ) ) HOOKS Strickland, ).yuar and Lake,
th_ World War, had to be formed in I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT \Miss Isabel Mullen, Fifth grade. OPKN' IN DIS1RCTS living alone between here
rth e precious moments vhen the fate I ClearwaterThe Seaboard Air :Min Mahle Edward, Sixth grade. : Okeechohve, Sheriff R. C. linker declared

[:of. the world was ha ,vin? uon cur Line railway company annpunce thaton Walter Green, colored, charged Mrs. Meta Hodge[ Seventh grade. The registration hooks will he that ho believes the old man
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tp>edy participation. i September 10 a special train will with malicious mischief, plead guiltyin Mrs liesile McGruder, Eighth opened in the different precincts of was slain that hi.' 100-acre farm
_; It is perhaps unfortunate that a be run from Jacksonville to Tallahassee juvenile court Monday. lie was grade. the county from Monday, Sept. ht might" be acquired.! There was no
trVilian patriotic demonstration was especially for the girls from all : fined $15 and costs or a sentence to High school teacher' : Mine Carolyn until Saturday, Oct. 11 tho for the other habitation within 15 miles of
'projected in a political, rear and at I points in Florida who attend the Flor- i' the reform school until he roachesthe I, Fripp, Mia Florence registration of elector in the general I the Strickland homestead. The last
:ltimc HO close to the date of the I ida state college. age of 21. Green was arrestedlast I' Mr*. Jay Alderman, and S.Matthews'l election Tuesday November Ith. t lime Strickland wax seen wa on
I' week for shooting with a ling atoccupants of Knight July -I. Since then the entire Ever-
\ Registration
prtsidental election. This because any Pullman cars will be brought from ling, principal. Supervisor I'
of automobiles on the has the following deputy glades region surrounding/ has t..enI
by officials affiliatKvith all parts of Florida to Jacksonville -- appointed
proposed
:activity< : l one. .of our great political par- filled with girls on their way to Tallahassee -i'I state highway. Ho entered a plea of ,, CUMMINS IIL'ICII.ICGIJJ1I01: registration officer: I suitrcheil without finding a trace that of
ties will naturally be "viewed, with and at Jacksonville these guilty. CUSTODYWm. No. 1 I. IAwtey-G. W. Robert the man. Sheriff linker believe
1 Walter Lee Franklin, colored, was I North J. F, Kick- the man was slain and his body de
suspicion and alarm" by many in tho ,, Pullman cars will be made into a Cummins, of Sampson City, No 2, Starke,
,arraigned in juvenile court on a delinquency stroyed.
The development of special train. I the Jail on a warrant _.
Opposing camp. held in county liter.No.
ant. adequate system of defense forth No other passengers will be allowed reform school charge.at He the was sent of to the his charging him with a statutory offense .1, Starke, South-J. W. Mor- HARD. -SURFACED! -- : ROAD COM.

country, however, and one based to occupy these Pullman car or : request was discharged from custody gan. IM.KTEO '10 LAWTEY
of the traiin except girls on parent No 4Graham-C. R. Robert
tipon the proper preparation use the special Saturday. Evidence brought out In
. fltizenry to provide for their own their way to Florida state college. I The case State of Florida v* Will the examination of the principal witness No. n, I lump ton-A. A. Fetch The rock road to Lawtey was completed
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eeurity, should afford no ground for The Pullman which will be reservedfor Johnson, colored, of Hampton carrying was insufficient to hold Cummins No 6, There"sa-C, A. Young- and opened to trulllc Saturday,

political differences or di.cus"ion. the girls from St. Petersburg and I: concealed weapons, was up be- for circuit court, and upon motion alnod.No.. completing thin part of the state
' le.t the timid be misled it should Clearwater will be moved on the I'fore Judge Green Monday. Entering I of state" he was diicharged. 7, New River-M. L. John highway to the Alachuu county line.Work .
pointed that nothing is planned for West Coast day limited leaving St. : a plea of guilty he was fined l $100 1 No. 8, Urooker-D. W Hazen. wan. begun Monday In 1Starke

,the observnace of National Defense I Petersburg at 10:30: a. m., Clearwaterat I' and cost or six month at hard la CANDIDATES FOR L\n04IJ.\L! "pEfioY"r; CHANGES""SCMKIIULE: : : bringing the rock base up to
Day which need alarm any sincere 11:20: a. m., arriving at Jackson- bor.Case OMITTF.li FROM ARTICLE: I curbinK This work ""s completed
American. The plans I ville at 7:15 p. m., where it will be'' I of John Hodge, Issuing worthies 1 Elective last Sunday the Wnne Thurmloy and laying the bane for
and patriotic
of
card purpose of the day will undoubtedly I placed in the special traiin bound for I checks wa continued until Aug. ,, In last week's issue the the name town : branch train schedule changed its I the road north of I-awtey begun t
of all 30th,.3, p. m. candidates appearing on estimated l that this part of the
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Tallahassee. Starke the in
J meet with the approval time of leaving in morning -
I State of Florida v* T. S. Williams, election ballot were printed. Through I
the county
J except, perhaps, those who are op- '' candidate for from 7:45: ; to 7:40: o'clock. This work will be completed to
of
STRICKLANDTO issuance of worthies check. Defendant
JUDGE overnight names i
?rpoMd to any defense against\ external j I PRESIDE IN BRADFORD discharged. 'I an marshal were omitted from the ..r.I| W811 the only change made In the I line at Highland within VO II"YII.
Seaboard train schedule.
;aggression. I State of Florida v* John Gilyanl, tide, and we' desire to correct the er present CARLTON GROWING iKAPES!
[nEB WEEVIL PRESCRIPTION I Tallahassee-Judge A. C. Strick- assault and battery. Nolle promed ror. Two of our citizen, G. M. B- i- LAST THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAY I
of Union county, has been designated Carlton a "rowth of
land upon motion of state. I I II nett and Silas Kite, are -unking the Fred report>>
.J/Ona of our reader sends in the )I by Governor llardee to hold 'I In probate court, Nathan J. Moore omce--.nd may the best min win. All place of business" in Starke I from ten to fifteen feet of Concord
following plan to keep weevil out of i! court in Bradford county on August wa appointed! guardian of Lucile C. i will be opened each Thursday afternoon R'ral'evlnell net. last' F'u-sriecy 'n hl.i
peas: I IJgShell I 2U in the trial of the case of the I Moore minor. I, Chicks hatched in August and September beginning Sept. 4th, after ob- I place.' One of the vines has lo.na well
and dry then put In barrel or, State of Florida against Ira W. Pin- I and kept free of vermin and lIerving the Thursday half holiday! developed fruit on It, now ripenlnif.
S lean or anything tight, with a cover.tVplit j holster. Judge Strickland will sit lit I Corn weevil are In the habit of reared on fresh land will, : grow like luring the summer months. You will I Bradford< county toil I Is well adapted i
[ fat llghtwood into long splint- the place of Judge R. A. Green, whois eating 20 pu cent of Florida corn, ..weeds In the luromer-using little find courteous clerk waiting to to the growing of grape and n.ore cf
(.no tick a good many down from disqualified to try the case, accord- no matter whether it U bringing 'I) j I feed- because at this time grail and Mrve you and attend to your wants. our land should be pet to th:. fruit.
!5 stop to bottom of receptacle through I] ing to the executive ordering the cent or a dollar a btuheL Carbon I j weed art beginning to seed and will There U always a ready nark.t lit

keep covered. ranafer II bisulphide will put a top to thii. I supply a large part- of-their ration.- SUBSCRIBE. .-"- -TO. TUB- TSLECRAPn.. a !good price for all such fruit.

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 29, 1921|
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yiz; : These Business Men and Citizens in i-
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bigger and better STARKE
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J. W. Andrews, Jr., Garage

I I v ,i/ J. M. Alvarez, Men's Furnishings'

I Bank of Starke

I I .'t*; : Bradford County Bank

< :o Bennett's Grocery Co., General Mdse., I

;' Corpening's Drug Store I
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j City Barber Shop i
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Consumer's Lumber Co. !
Man's best friend is his pocketbook, but a pocketbook without money is I
J. R Davis & Co., Insurance
t a sort of f poor relation. Have you ever stopped consider t h.
A. H. Green General] MerchandiseHemingway's
,(, in a distant city is lost to you forever while money spent at home is an invest ,
ment that comes back to you in many ways? By spending money at home Meat Market I

r you not only strengthen business and help it to expand, but you actually im N. B. Hull, Feeds and Fertilizers

t ; prove your standing and aid in the development of your community. Hoover Bros., Photographers

''' '! Your town is just what you make it. Civic pride and loyalty have built Highway Meat Market .

!! the great cities of the country just as you can help to build yours. Money Inman & Ritch, Insurance

I spent at home goes into home town banks where it is loaned to home town DeWitt C. Jones, Hardware
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interests and reinvested in home town projects. Money spent elsewhere sim S. R. Johns, Wholesale Grocers

.;j ply goes to build other communities at the expense of your own. J. F. Kickliter, Groceries

.,-t Look over the town. Is there any article of merchandise you need that Marguerite's Millinery .

'1 ': I I is not sold here? Comparison of prices at home with those in other cities Mitchell's Drug Store

I will convince you that it is always cheaper to buy right here where you can J. W. Morgan, Dry Goods, Notions
? j examine the article and return it if it is not up to specifications.
r }ji U. D. Miner, Jeweler I

l I!: J It is a fallacy to think the best goods must be purchased in the larger Peek & Perryman, Insurance .
j cities. The goods sold at home from the manufacturers, bring the
I j come same C. L. Peek & Son, Real Estate
:,I I I same prices. and are just as fully guaranteed as merchandise purchased in the Starke Telephone 1 Co.Sterns .
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Garage
v, But there is an outstanding difference: The money you spend with the Starke Bakerybig

city house is gone, never to return while the money spent here stays' here Strout Farm Agency .
and helps promote home town interests. This money will open new avenues
F. F. Stump, Dry GoodsN.
I of progress and advancement for you'and your fellow townsmen.
: Sternberg, Dry Goods
I The one sure way to strengthen your own position and insure increased
Scott Drug Co.White .
\1 property valuations at home is to keep your money here. By patronizinghome
J. W. & Son Groceries Feeds
industries and buying from your home town merchants a bigger and bet- ,
:., j ter Starke will result. For your own sake and the future of your home town Geo. F. Young, Dry Goods

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FRIDAY AUGUST 29. 1921.

R.\DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. STARKE FLORIDA FAGS
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many leader. Practically of this is cnpitrl,, i 1 of1'0' jf.irn IIgo and that of .-- ---- -- .-. -- .- -- ----- -- ,
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Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs furnishings in the Croker PRIm l"da) K ton matkedt -- -- -- --

Beach estate According to the --
--' --i -. r"""" iMMi up- I II I THE C. F. RIVERS PLOW CO.
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praisers'
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Live i State News !! object Croker of villa art "simply or other furnished.valuable "comI No ,I I Ie I I r r, t'' 4' J- MANUFACTURERS OF"Jli

I. mon to the
more pretentious Palm
.........mw..rwn.tics.u..a.a.u -...?...-......_:_ Peach residence were listed, and e\"'1I n I SINGLE and DOUBLE WAGONS

Told by Our the rugs were specified as "domestic." NEW -
Exchanges {I First Class
I Wheelwrights Plow Making a Specialty

II .. .... ............ .. I 'e
.''b Tampa-The
-- .g. """"""" -""""" ... !! city commU.-ii'm" mu .
!! =!!lm" <." ... To the
-- meeting! as a committee if the out of town trade we pay freight one way

Tampa-Contract has been awarded quantity of tropical plants, and a col whole, has decided upon u .,ity-wute. I I on wagon buggy and other repair work. I
by the city Involving expendituresof I lection of canary birds, will add to program for street widening is a I I ,
$1,124,000 for the construction ol f the
the new water plant which will be; attractiveness of.the display. I traffic measure to several relieve ooiigosti'j in < f Repair work promptly executed in a first class I II
on of the
I
mo 'iIMV d-
situated on the Ilillsborougli river. St. Augustine-Leaving for the po- ed thoroughfares m Tnmpa. K. 1) manner and at a reasonable price. For quick delivery :
north and east of the city. H will t l tato fields of :Maine, where they will' Martin I
city engineer, hiii he I
I n instructed
take more than a year to finish, t>>e buy sued potatoes for the members of i I we have on hand
I to start immediately > n
the I
work. Hastings Potato Growers' Asso- plans for the work. Florida :i\i'iiii\ ', I SEVEN ONE HORSE WAGONS
I elation are H. L. Robinson L. .ry .tau
Jacksonville-A city of 2:>0,000' j of the manager, Nebraska Grand Central avL>.iue, "r..r I. .t "I ,
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Hastings Association, and J. Magnolia Marion tilt I flu XI ONE TWO HORSE WAGON '
avenue,
street l
fifteen Is .n< .
within years predicted for I L. Middle-ton. This is ne 1, od ..1ntmdul I I
Jacksonville by T. C. Iraeaon city annual coming to be nn I Morgan street will be' widened t.. o ,\17.. II
pilgrimage with the repreIsentatives feet in the sections designed to I can 1'u11t on'I For prices call write
commissioner. In u speech before the of the relieve I"' Ie-ga J': 'ingn on or
"growers' association the situation. ", as in I II I
Kiwanis Club Mr. Imeson declared '1'
an organization which did such I J-ttil: :!'K and I* in' I I II r The
C. F. RIVERS PLOW
CO.
that Jacksonville cannot be outdoneif good work last I I In, stork and 1 I
year, and proved a Daytona Beach-A mother, sighing .: :
the here determine Iti drop I A 1 r \ >
people among boon to the majority the with relief '' I the "rhl'14 I h 1 r. .. : Phone C.
themselves to co-operate, build and growers rejoiced that her nine- it tin* Sits nip K I". Night F. RIVERS, Mgr. Day Phone I
West year-old son had been "taught aloxson" I..md.n.. !. !L..r". rI I ( 3 on 28' LAKE BUTLER FLA.
boost. Palm
Coach ,
I ,..
-Judge
Robbins, when a life-guard broughtthe for nor |1. r iiiuli
of Palm Beach (i"r' '"M'r f rt v"-it I
Daytona-Ormond Beach '>lld be county court, is showing boy to shore after he had narrow- \Vnle far ('" -- -. - -- ---
the name used for the consolijntt l his no mercy to persons convicted in ly escaped drowning. "I'm glad it LEFEVER ---- ,""

municipality composed of Seabreeze, court of driving automobiles happened, but I was so frightened"
I while in intoxicated condition. lIe she told H. W. Pelton A I I'I'BOX 1
Daytona Beach and Ormon.l!, if the has Seabreeze
suggestion of the Seabreeze-Daytonu I.tnese, during offenses.the last few days, meted life-guard, who. rescued the youngster _. _
Beach Association is adopted lam if | Among the heaviesout who had gotten out beyond the ;. V'udt'it! :; fhIII114' 5t
heavy sentences to several for inshore life lines. "I've told him
a committee to confer with residents time NASSAU j
of the three municipalities -ela'.ivw to were a fine of $250 and costs and a and again that he would swim nut too ,
jail sentence of three months fur t,. far and his
their wishes in the matter. strength wouldn't be }
M. McKetchie and $50 :and thirty sufficient. Now I guess he will mindme. f
West Palm Beach-A budget cal- days in jail for Frank Guklies. ." VESSEL {

ling :for $634,030 to cover operatingand I Sebring Jesse;;; -
Vaughn of theI Pensacola-Sweet
maintenance expenses of West ( potatoes in Es-
Palm Beach for 1924-25 has been I' Crewsville section, southeast of S !- cambia county have netted the farmers Towed to "
I bring has returned from the F'urmers' upward of $20,000 this >
adopted by the city commission. season
These figures are $169,40.1 higher and Fruit Growers' meeting at according to evidence which has '.t'cn ough t

than for the fiscal year just ended, I Gainesville with some blooded Po- collected by the county agricultural!
but are considerably less than recommended land China sows. He expects to agent. The potatoes found, n ready Savannah, Ga. i rMr
make a speciality of high bred with 1,600 bugs of
by heads of the various: city I stock market at $1.75 per hamper and a
and is bringing his farm into 'he containing six '.
K'l'eat many more could have teen 101I"CJ departments. I model class as: rapidly as possible. disposed of if they had been available. many of the best ,
Mr. Vaughn .raises some of the choic- This leads supply of real r
Dunellon-A negro employed by a many farmers to the determination -
operating transmis- est truck, watermelons, strawberriesand \ to vastly increase their masted and New
power company 23 BuickModdsat
sion lines through Dunnellon, is alive citrus fruit grown in the coun- acreage in sweet potatoes the coming Charles II. Hyde

after coming in contact with a high I try. year and this is particularly true Savannah river
in the Barrincau section about cutter Yamacraw that make them M
tension wire carying 63,000 volts. Pensacola-Escambia county's expenses park the prices
He was hurled to the ground from a for the current fiscal thirty miles from the city, where the municipal

40-foot pole where he was working, will amount to a little more than year a co-operative marketing plan I is ork- The Charles II. ihcgkatest motor-car values !''
but after physicians examined him I thousand dollars a week above last ing very successfully, and where all aboard a good j
stated he would live, althoughhe shipments of potatoes are caref lily rapidly /
they year, it is shown by the budget offered
dials, absinthe ,
graded and marketed under ever i
burned. expert ,
was painfully which has just been published, as beer.

I tentatively decided upon. A big slice supervision. The Charles II.
Fort Pierce-Immediate cut etion of this will go for interest on the hauled Open Model. ModelsStandard
off the Closed
Ft. Pierceis Key West-Margurite Colon Al- ;
'of a 60-room hotel in {i additional $750,000 ,
highway bonds.
announced by J. R. Odom and Com- Another item of varez the young and pretty I'ortoRican Just outside the i Sixeti Standard Siaa ,I

pany of Macon, Ga., the structure to purchase of the Sago$6,000 bridge goes toward which j "woman of mystery" who ar- it was stated .i 3 p.... Fo.dnt.r > 'InO 5 S p.psu.... H..t.n rnuhle serviee. sedan" tin./t lie' t ta .
I rived from Cuba several days Cuptaun Lnuriat Touring! I,
cost approximately $75,000( and the I|I will be ago accompanied paw 1\" 4 r. s Cnupa. In
work to be started immediately. It is operated without tolls hereafter by a six year old girl who said the vessel was I pa.. Uuuhl.e.vl.. Coupe Ins y

subdivision says the woman is her mother, has formation that her Master Si>:e. Muster Slag
be located the 17 1-2 acre -
to on I been adjudged insane and will be at Nassau t,pM>. Ki .d.trrJl $1151 5pe..den U1U I
as a ... .
site on the Dixie highway, Key West-Construction of the ...... 7 p. H.oI.n 14n ,
the Touring slat 5 ...... .
the north end of the city which the Key Largo and sent to state hospital at Chat- doubtful legality. .. UtnuMh.m .ot.n 9110
bridge
in causeway f .. Touring lets 3 p... C"unirY Club 11.,1.1, lot4
company purchased a few days ago. I destined, Monroe county citizens believe I tahoochee. The child will be left ly question I &...Sport]<0..1... mo a pea.,...: Coupe;: : : : : ms
temporarily, with a Key West, family toms authorities .. it iAmouwn.
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to be first link in an overseas Simrt Tourin. ono own C., 2VU
St. Augustine- A new bridge highway paralleling the Florida until something can be learned of purpose they are 1,1"

across the Matanzas riyer to cost East Coast railway, will be started her relatives. The woman and child with the British Enclosed Open ModrNWith

$600,000 has been recommended to I j this week. County Engineer Joe 'were deported from Cuba, and in ton. ( lltatrrt i

the city commission by the City Flan I Watkins left here to lay out the lines said to have become insane followingthat As the vessel was '

Board, which recommended that the fdr the Tidewater Construction Com experience. They had gone to of the Jurisdiction! Standard SU, .* Muster Sixe.I : .. .

commission proceed with plan to ,I pany, which has the contract for the the island from New York, fleeing, States government a .put...., Tourititf Koailnrr .. .. .. tll 13SO 4 2 I':'."!.. Tourini:woad.i.r: :: : : : tHOOM I I
submit to the people a bond issue to work. The causeway and bridge is she said from person who wanted ed by thu \ 7 ** Touring 170

provide funds for building the bridge. I being built in conjunction by Monroe the child but were unable to give it leased and escorted r"I All ".(...."... .. fluid F_._.... Q_.......l f..M .....,'.... j f I
The bridge would be located at the and Dade counties.Jacksonville proper care. She told Key West authorities seas by the cutter' ,
root of King and Cathedral stret IK. I of her going to New York she is protected by

I -Four men are in the j several years ago with her husband, : British registry.
Orlando-Blue laws were revived ,,! Duval county jail awaiting to have I who died shortly after. LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

,in Orlando in the arrest of Dale dates set for their execution. All I'\IATK\\: m\' J M. Smith, Manager.
Troy and' the members of his jazz' have been sentenced to death. The I St. rt't'rsbur/ot-Thst/ Levey Johns OVER : : I
Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
cannot hold the liable for injuries ,
'and for giving a popular performm I, city' -
men are: Charles Broune, aliened/ Delegation in 1V _._ ___1 t
which he incurred several
lakeside resort i iust |
<-u At a nearbv I
;; -Sunday. County Solicitor Mur slayer Fortune of Ferguson a chauffeur, negro__ ______at alleged DeLand attacker -; months ago when he was shot while P r o t When better automobile are built, Buick will build them "11

thi.h attempting to escape from Patrol- ----- ----- --
->hv filed the information and of a white girl at Gainesville Washington !: 'J
, rUT served the warrants. Troj' cuti man Ed Goddwin at the police sta- waammmmmmtllmmmmcxlmm: ( : ( II01trJelCDCDWmQmIDmmCDmmmIDmmllXllllllll' I
| Abe Washington, negro who over tho (outturn of
Ind his men gave bond for appear i Laura Simmons, negrvss, to death tion was the' decision of City Attorney St. John litver at ,

ince at the next session of crimina 1 here and Frank Johnson, negro, who George W. Wylie, handed to the reverberating echoes
ourt. I' city commission at their meeting Mile. Odette Piau Wins I
killed Atley B. Terrell, engineer in Monday night. Wylie was authorizedto A delegation heud I Ii
an attempt to rob his house here J. V. Walton, and! i
b
Jacksonville hospital should e! communicate with Johns', attorneys -
of drug ad. several months ago. that effect. Johns being four trustees and :
irovidod l for treatment '" to upon I European Speed Championship
'!'icts instead of sending them tc I I Key West-Three hundred of Cuba 1 : brought into the police station rived to insist that .

rison where criminals are branded '! 's fairest bobbed-haired girls! will i several months ago, dashed out of | carried out for the .
of Judge; the station and (led when bystander bridge at the foot
ccording to the opinion I come to Key West to participate In a
..ake Jones, recently appointed the I the celebration to be held here Octo- remarked that he was wanted in The delegation will 4; '
federal bench in this district, I ber S to 12 in connection with dedi- I Jacksonville. Patrolman Ed Good- before Thief of I "ae !, a : f

lany drug addicts are not criminals,,, cation ceremonies for the San Carlos win chased him and being: unable to Taylor. < .
e declares, but are of a weaker na- { buildinir. They probably will take overtake him, tired into the air and The city of : ;' j

ure and if cured would possibly part in the parade that will be giv- I then at the fleeing man, the bullet vided, one clement '

luke good citizens.JacksonvilleThe. j en on the afternoon of October 10. striking him in the legs [It seems bridge, but strongly .

According; to advance information, now the Johns has never entirely re- Lemon street I ," '
board of /gover- I the girls will be arranged in groups, covered and is seeking to hold the This element is / ;

ors of the Jacksonville chamber of I demonstrating styles so that in every city responsible for his injuries.Tallahassee \ eor's Bureau of \ I'' : ;
resolution with its. pnaevts.Florida .
(ommerce has adopted a case the particular mode of bobbing .
favorable consideration of the -Work was aegun this -
rging I will be emphasized. has best 1 ,, ,..
Fleet Corporation to week on a reproduction of the capilol\
.ication mergency of the new Consolidated I Tallahassee-J.R. Camp, who I building in which the first Florida :yeah'. The ['nitid ,:- i
of
ompany at this place. This action ed' from the state prison. farm eacap'l legislative council met. which vill he dured farrowmir.number That ." A:
ids Impetus to efforts being made I D, has been captured and is : an exhibit at the Florida Centennial
, have located here headquartersr the police department of Fredericksburg '' Celebration in November. The cabin I h\\ nim. i ore in ;
_
all shipping board vessels on the Va., according/ to a telegram will he constructed of plit pine "api money.Calomel
I !lines. Its cracks chinked with mul
Uth Atlantic !' aboard.Oaytona .' received by state prison department i
official. Camp was serving a five and and its root covered with hand split 6 ". 61I 1.
-John I>. RockMler, St., one haft year sentence from Orange shingles. The dimensions will be 20 {

u just purchased a second home at I|county for larceny of an automobile.The by :HO feet. The cabin is being -reeled

,arby Ormond.the property adjoin- prisoner has sljnltiedhis willingness on the southeast corner of the

K; The Placements, which he boughtne according to the advices to grounds, adjoining the chemical libra I .
years ago while entering upon a Florida without requestion ry. It will be registration head- but Next i
iccesaful search for restored health.is return to being taken to send an quarters during the ceotennial. J. II. { M.d.rnoi..ll. OJlt Pita winner of lh. European

located near a famous estate and officer steps to Virginia are for him. Reeves who is familiar with old Typewriting. Championihip Contest, Paris Bu.in... Show,

night last month by John D. Rock time methods of building construction may i November 18. 1923.

ller, Jr. The Rockfellers, according Eustls-The $210,000 bond issue In Florida, Is supervising the work.
, reports, are to increase the length recently authorized by the voters of Tallahassee Boy Scouts, supervisedby Operating an L.. C. Smith I YIJe" ntrr,. Vladi-rrioiwllr, Jdflte Piau

f their winter stays in the locality this county will be expended in a W. V. Culley, are assisting In the It is Mercury I won tlw European Speed Ch"mplon.lltl' contest for typewriting at the

reafter. pretentious improvement campaignfor work. After the exposition Troop No. Shock: Liver : Par! Business" Show November I 18. I'J2 J.
Eustis, it was learned here. :3 will remove the cabin to Lake l I'
St. Petersburg-Five mounted tarin ofe Bustle city streets will be improvedto Bradford, where they will use it as Your I There were 65 comfx'tilori in the contest and twelve di/Ierent/ :

the most beautiful specimens the extent of $16.-:;P000; $20,000will headquarters. Some one cynically e- !
make tj lued
, sliver king that could be found.re be used to liquidate debts; $10- marked that the contrast between the Calomel' lulivalion typewriter were :

. will be' the central feature -of 000 for development and beautification swells the tongue( l...... Mademoiselle Piau u a stenographer employed by the French Government t;
,., exhibit this city will send to the of city parks, and $15,000 for the A TONIC starts rhoitinatiiin, j ..
ternational Exposition at Toronto, purchase and development of a municipal drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores why a person" should t !! : and at present in acting a* a typist for the French members of(

nada, according to Jim Coad, sec athletic park. A proposition to Energy and Vitality by Purifying and rating large 'hottliol calomel when Ii l""a I the Peace Conference at Geneva.

Mary of the St. Petersburg Chamber the city limits was also authorized the Blood. When feel iu substitute for I
extend' Enriching: you perfret
Five big palms and a voters. She u not and never ha been in the employ A( the L C. Smith &
f Commerce. by the county strengthening! invigorating! effect see. how pltanant vrgrtable
... and I tart your liver I Bro Typewriter Co.
the chocks howIt
it brings color to
CHILD I EN'S FATAL DISEASES West Palm Beach Report of ap ealomvl, but it ._ I 1
and parasites in the intestines of the estate of RichardICooker improves the appetite you will then and can not ..!lv.ta .
Worms health and BO Its true tonic value. Calomrl L. C. Smith & Bros. Co.
' children undermine I Sr., filed In probate court appreciate it" a /! Typewriter
taken their vitality that they are unable here showed but $2,885 worth of personal Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic .U simply It may make 7011 fe l

) resist the diarawa so fatal to chU.l life.of property of the former Tam- Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So nauseated tomorrow.. Executive Officet : : SYRACUSE N. Y.
ill to give n. few doses work Take a I "
V. safe course pleasant even children l.ke It. The blond
,
;'ute's expels Cream the worms Vernuluiw.without It the destroy slight- To Cur a Cold In One Day needs QUIMNE/' to Purify it aDd IRON to f.eltay Liver.Tone rrrat.Instead No and. J 120 West Adams Street, Jacksonville, Florida II
ml Malarial and
Enrich It. Destroys germs
injury to the health or activity of the T... LAXATIVE BROMO QCWIME (Ttbteu) It dnnrgint lays If you
; by Iu Strengthenlaga Invigorating
85c. tIold by III* Hrnlfcb* and rort.oo'tB.CowT Grip germs Liver Tone acts better
bill
Pries Stone J;. W.4sOVE 3 tuiiiaMr..Mch bw. E oct. so.:. calomel jour money U / ......-
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i. Mrs. J. I. Bohannan and children,, meeting, : was conducted by the pastor' R. R. Thede was a visitor to Starko ned), Jacksonville, J. B. Cummins,

: Esther and Roy returned to their I I Rev. C. C. Butler, who defended the Monday Jr., N. H. Watson, Marvin Moore, D.

.ai. home at Zephryhlll Saturday: after a I Bible way of living and denounced I S. Fagan,: Bronnie Bryant, Gaines
'I c>c= visit here with her Mother, :Mrs. !,,sin in every form. The church and Fred Moore, of Jacksonville, spent vine Edward Patterson. Boston Ga.

Stearns Mosl y. [ community were greatly benefited by I Sunday here at the home of his r lAI ROBBERY
gxieilI : Clyde McNeal left Monday for these services and there were twenty rents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore.J. $50,000 SII I K:

I the church. No I : HEART OF NEW YORK
Jacksonville where he has enlisted in additions to community -
[ sent would make a mistake to secure <- C. Cone, of Brooker, was transacting --
the Navy and ia expecting to be 21-Siz
New York, Aug.' armed
I business last
-- --- Elder C. C. Butler's services. in town one day
to Hampton Roads, Va. in a day or week. .men held up a silk truck in Madison
I I IM.om-H 29 mid IOU two.Mrs. The singing was conducted by the square today and made off with the
Lillie Norman and children evangelist singer Isaac Blackwelder
Ic and its of silk, valued at
I service. Leslie Turner, of Starke, was a tru cargo
who rendered able
of South Jacksonville
spending
are a
Scores of witnessedthe
I KirCHIJEMAKEEMr. visitor to Lawtey Saturday.The $50,000. persons
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION week .here the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ida Anderson and grandson, hold-up.
I Demaree Mrs. Wilkinson.Mr. 'JumesBoyle, of Lake City are vi-.i-i i.I
S. II. George
Little Miss Mable Margaret Neff and Mrs. friends of II. R. Sapp are glad The hold-up occurred in one of the
J. Wank Ben-
her daughter Mrs
of and Mrs. J. A. Bennett of Jack
the marriage
celebrated the eighth anniversaryof announce that he is able to be out again, ha-'- busiest croastown streets of the city
.. : I Ring.
.. their daughter sonville Is visiting relatives far a few ing been confined '
to his homo
her birthday Tuesday afternoon for his
Tihtha Evelyn.to days.L. and Mrs. Herbert Bennett and The chauffeur and helper were
from::30 to 0:30: at the home of her II III S. Carter, S. J. Starling, J. children, of Raiford, were the guestsof several months.It forced into a sedan at the point of

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Neff, on Mr. Herbert C. Ritch Starling and Chas. George A.I I Mr. and Mrs J. T. Bennett Sun- I was reported last week that W. revolvers. After being driven a few

.. N. Walnut street. I the wedding having taken place on business visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. :. day. F.. Godwin who went to North Carolina blocks, they were thrown out.
the
After
! presenting popular young February tenth, nineteen hundredand and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Mis- I WOODLAWN a few- weeks- ago on account of Two of the robbers made their
: \ hostess with lovely gifts, 'the
I it children many entertained by DlUBlcalI' twenty-four ses Beth and Winifred Wimberly and his health -is much improved. escape on/the truck and four aped

were Bronson, Fla. Miss Ethel Ricks motored to Starke Woodlawn, Aug. 29 Misses away in the sedan.W. .
the lawn.Refreshments
I l games on The announcement of the marriageof ( Sunday.J. Gladys Norman and Marguerite Ed Clark, of Worthington Springs,
,
served in the
were Miss Demaree and Mr. Ritch will L. Strickland, of Eronaon arriv- Phillips attended church at Evergreen was a visitor Thursday at the homeof J. BRYAN IS SLIGHTLY:
i dining room and living room, the as a surprise to the many ed Monday for a visit with relatives. Sunday. his sister, Mrs. Sallie Reddish. HURT IN AUTO SPILL t
come
; I tables being attractively
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very friends. in the city of the young Mrs. J. A,. Starling visited relatives Mrs. John Carter of Summer- and Scratches
mented with flowers and yellow ormt-I I Constable J. II. Lowery is confined He Received Bruises in
I. dies !in rosebud holders, There, couple. Mrs. Ritch is the youngest at ,starke Monday. field is Spending a few days here to his home this week suffering Accident
i I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Demaree Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Swartz, of Law-
dainty tinted place cards bearing : with relatives. from the wounds he received Satur-
' f' each little guests name, and she I I and is a young woman of sweet per- tey were visitors here Monday. D. B. Browninwas/ a business day night while assisting Marshal Terre Haute, Ind.-William Jen-

birthday feast was of yellow rnd ; sonality and charm. Mrs. Dane Austin returned to her visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. Reddish. nings Bryan was injured when an
\ ; Mr. Ritch Is a resident of Starke. home here Monday after a pleasant __ I
I white iced individual cakes and golden i and Mrs. J. S. Norman and automobile in which he was speeding
also delicious Gainesville Sun. viait with relatives near Maxville. Mrs A. A. Fryer, Mrs. Linnie Tuscola to Mattoon 111. turned
I glow ice cream, parents Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips! from ,
I, I I grapes. KNIGHTSHEPARO Mr. and Mrs. Walter Butler, of spent Sunday in Jacksonville the Drawdey and Elisha Fryer, of Moul- over on the highway.Mr. .

i The little people invited to this Maxville, were visitors here Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman. trle, Ga., are spending a few days Bryan was cut and bruised
I F. D. Lang and small son motoredto here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
lovely party were: Merrill Futcb, Last Sunday's Times-Union contained Mrs. L. Baker, of Jacksonville was about the head and face, but was

r Fenella and Louise Snyder, EloUe I. the following marriage an- Starke Monday. the /guest of friends here Sunday.A. L. Harrell. able to give a scheduled lecture upon

I and Dorothy Ritch, Lois Adki.is, nouncement that is of much interestto PINE-HILL I R. Raulerson, of Sanderson, KINGSLEY PARK NOTES arrival at Mattoon. News of the accident -

; ,+ Helen Gray, Leslie Biggs, Richard many Starke people: was Visitor here Sunday.Mrs. was withheld at Mr. Bryan'a

. Wainwright, William Edwards, 'r., Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard announce Fine Hill, Aug. 29-Misa Alma G. W. Carter returned to her Among those registering at Kings- request, for the reason that he did

I}, P Arthur Darby Jones, N. T. Ritch, Jr.. the marriage of their daughter Thomas, of Graham, spent the week- home at Webster Friday after spend ley Park we notice the following not want Mrs. Bryan, who Is ill at

Iri, I, Joe, Elbert and Elaine Edwards: Clara Mae, to Mr. Carl A. Knighton end with :Mra. A. B. Surrency ing several weeks here with rela- young people: her home in Florida to know of the

I Billy Graham, Sinclair and FrancesLee Saturday, the twenty-third of E. II. Clemona made a business tives.J. W. J. Epperson, II. York Maines, injury, until the day following.

Peek, Esther and Sam Simps,) August, nineteen hundred and twen- trip to New River Saturday. S. Norman was a business visi- John N. Padgett, J. E. Maines, Jr.,
Vera Claire and Eldridge Robinson, ty-four. ElliJay i Georgia. Mr. and Bruce Warren and Dave Crawford, tor to Starke Monday. Willemae Johnson: Lake Butler. No more uncertain .business than

Martha and Billy Powell, Sara Hope: I Mrs. Knight will reside in Starke, I of Worthington were in our com- I Mr. R. D. Forbes. Mr. W. R. Hine, catering to woman's fashions. The

and Georgia Haynes, Vonda, Frank Florida.PAKKEKPAKKEK. munity Saturday. LAWTEY Mr. Shrlvery New Orleans, La.; C. bobbed hair craze has almost ruined

and John Inman, Lillian, Marjorie G. W. Hazen made a business tripto ''E. Johns. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. the hairnet industry in which Bales

I and Evelyn Stump, Bunny Canovu, I Gainesville Saturday.J. Lawtey, Aug./ 29-Miss Mattie Myra, Mrs. Lillian Marshall Mr. and used to amount to 20 million dollarsa I

I Lillian Garris, Nettie Dowling, Lillian Mr. Getzen Hartwell-- Parker, of La- E. Clemona> and E. II. Clemons Harley attended a house party at Mrs. L. J. Johnson, Mr. J. A. Ken- year.

I Sternberg, Alice Fernandez, S. Crosse, and Miss Minnie Lee Parker, I I have entered partnership in the block Pablo Beach last week given: in honor .

:' R. Johns, Jr., Dot Bishop, Dorothy of Brooker, were married at the business and have employed severalmen of her recent graduation as a -

;h and Carol White, Richard, Lois and courthouse Monday afternoon at 4 to saw blocks.A. trained nurse at St. Lukes hospital, --- I

.: Billy Long, Martha Brownlee, Pauline o'clock, Judge R. A. Green officiating. L. Green and family, Henry by Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffries. I I

Miner, Marguerite Prevatt, Virginia Mr. Parker is a son of Mr. Edgar Shaw and family, Eddie Lewis and Mrs. Louise Lowery and daughter,,

:' I Maege, Patsy Brinson. Parker, and a successful young man family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miss Susie, spent a few days with w

BROOKER of his community. His bride is the I" Rhinea attended the annual meeting relatives in Jacksonville last week
I Ii fat
i I
Swjft Creek Sunday.I .
of Mr. and Mrs.
attractive daughter
. i N '. I I : Johnson's seed and fertilizer Mrs. A. L. Taylor and baby returned -
Brooker, Aug. 2U-Mrs. O. G. Bud Parker. '
for the fall has of home from Cotton
Strayhorne of Jacksonville spent They have a host of friends in crop come. Enough Saturday
I Sunday 'here with her parents, Mr. Bradford and Alachua counties who each for 35 acres. I II Ridge Ala., where they spent four
Tom Markee made a trip to Brook' weeks with Mrs. Taylor's mother. -- -ir- --
end Mrs. E. M. Hazen.j will extend congratulations -- -
: I =
I er Saturday.A
;, H. P. Gaincy tnotoerd to Guinear'vllle HAMPTON fill has been made at the end of Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. E., =-= =-

Thursday. the flaxen lane and the road from E. Burney were visitors to Starke == =
II. E. Shaw who has been working 29-Rev. Ridenour, Friday.H. .
1 Hampton, Aug. Brooker to the Scout Hole. The fence -
as drummer for United Produce Co.', '
Hawthorne business visitor
of was a
bus been moved almost all the
; is at home for a visit with relatives. way C. Wimberly and sister Miss -
i here last Monday. I and will in short .fl
grading begin a
Miss Pearl Green has accepted a Wimfred, 'of Highland, were visitors I IherlJ'
Mrs. W. B. Roper and mother, time.
M position aa assistant mist Tuesday afternoon.
I here. post zen Mrs. Elise Sparkman, have as their I R. H. Green made a business{ tripo I -

guests Mra. Sparkman's niece, Mrs.C. Jacksonville last week. Mr, and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and B / JIJ
Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke
L. Williams and husband, C. L. L. Blanchard spent from Thursday ,
was a business visitor here day -
I' one Williams, of Jacksonville. I ZIFF to Saturday with relatives in Melrose -' .J
Jaat week. ""j'ZiJI' 4
Misses Inez Abernathy, Lorene Mrs. W. P Brit and son W. Marvin, Aug. 2')-Mr"and Mrs. K. P. r ,t. K

Carter and Muriel Matthews, of I of Louise, were the guests of Mrs.Brit's Lewis and little son, Ouid, spent the Mrs. T. J. Terry, Miss Joyce Terry
I Starke motored here Saturday. ( sister, Miss Ado Nimmo, last week-end at Lake Butler1 with their and Miss Elizabeth Howe were visitors )- I J -

Work on the road between here I Sunday. 'I sister, Mrs. J. E. Andrews and also to Lake City one day last week.
'I'f' and Worthington, also between here Evangelist Rev. P. T. Taylor of attended the annual meeting at Mt. I

4' and Lake Butler is progressing nice- Dainla, who is engaged in evangellI-1! Zion. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan visited

ly. The road being cleared in several tic work at Waldo this week wan> I I I Allen Thomas, of Pine Hill, was relatives in Starke Thursday after

o I place and work being pushed for- a visitor here last Monday. I greeting friends here Saturday after- noon. f4'AY

ward in others. Large crowds of the Baptist people
Floyd Wiggins, of New River wasa here are attendng the revival noon.Mrs.. J. B. Thomas. and daughter, Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville, is
this weekat
I here
visitor here Sunday. services at Waldo this week. Rhoda were shopping in Brooker one spending a few days
the home of his Mr. and
Mrs A. J. Waudin and Miss Laura I Mrs. J. f. Johnson and daughter, I day last week. parents, !

Wynn spent the week-end<< in Starke Murrel, are the guests of Mrs. John- { Carroll Atkinson and Royce Gainey Mrs. V. R. Reddish.

taking teachers': examinations 'sn' brothers, DeWitt and Rowol II. F.. Thomas and Resale Colaon, of Rev. A. L. Jones, 6f Jacksonville,

Among those who attended the I'crvatt, of Jacksonville. |I Brooker were in our section Sunday. was a visitor here Thursday.Mrs. s

annual meeting at Swift Creek Rev. N. T. King attended the minUtcriat |r Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter, j

Saturday and :Sunday'; were: Mr. and New River Association, in :( Rhoda attended the annual meetingat R. M. Prevatt and son, Carl!, CELEBRATE Labor Day wi.h pride and dignity. Recognitionof
Mrs. J. J. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs I H. Starke last Tuesday. MC Zion. Saturday and Sunday. 'were shopping in Starke Saturday, 1
I 1'. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. II. 1>. May, of Thvressa, was a'I Lion Crosby and UOHCO Chesser, of I Labor lives because it is right. It triumphs because it is right. It

Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Lewis, business visitor here lust Tuesday. |I Brooker were, greeting friend here Mrs. David Durban, Sr., and children serves because it is the product of our American environment and our
I David and Miss Laura were
Mrs. Jim Groover, S. M. Mott, Eugene Dr. Wagner, of Lake Geneva, was I Sunday. American genius.! Full justice must be done labot.because it is labor

Crosby, .Mr. and Mrs. J. A. transacting business here this week. Pe-rvis Lewis attended the B. Y.I I'visitors to Starke Thursday. and labor alone which takes the thoughts of the day and materializes

Uoatrlght, Mrs A. J. PinhnUter, J. J. Brannen and family spent last ;' 1' U. "at Brooker Sunday night. James and Willie Godwin, of
Josephine Cheaaer, Lottie and Ruby Sunday with friends and relatives in Starke were visitors here Sunday.Mr. them for our comforts and luxuries. Development and progress hingeson
Gains.. LAKE BUTLER labor.
f lake_ Butler. I
Rev. Atwcll, of Plant City, u hero Miss Ada. Nimmo has recently been Lake Butler, Aug. 29( -C. II. Drig- and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B.,

, 11 i conducting a series of meetings at the guest, of her sister, :Mrs. W. P. gene and wife also their two son, Jr., of Jacksonville, were week-end
I the Freewill Baptist church. Everybody Brit, of Alnihuu: county. I visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Clajfjorn and Robert, spent the wee Bradford
l "I Hilda Durdfn M. Blanchard.Mrs. County
I invited to attend. and (;l"rtrlldeIIjuodi at Pablo Beach enjoying the ftno Bankr
II. Y. I*. U.
every Sunday night at Birthday Party. |
I bathing. They were accompanied by Colon Miller, of Jacksonville r
730. Come. Misses Hilda
Durden and
Gertrude I
\ Mrs. S. C. mother of Mr
i Douglass, Wednesday here with her
i I
", Allgooii,I celebrated their birthdayswith spent Established 1889 I
i THEKESSA Driggcna. mother Mrs. Sallie Reddish.
I II
11 party last Saturday August I
I Miss Aileen Knight of Bunnell I IS r
Theressa, Aug. 29-Mr. D. C. Ows- the 23rd at the beautiful home of A. the guest of her uncle, S. S. Knight. Mrs. L. D. Baker, of Jacksonville, "Bradford County's' Finincial Stronghold"

I ley was transacting business In Falatkit A. Durden. I Interesting games w.ere I! Col. T. W. Fielder, of Gainesville, is spending a few days here this I

Saturday. played throughout the evening. At i was in Lake Butter this week on week with her father, Otis Rhoden.
the conclusion cream and pound cakewere --- ,
Mr. Chas. Philips was a visitor to served. Many nice presentswere i 1 business. N. T. Ritch and party, of Starke, '-' -
r Mr. and Mrs. James Puckett, of
.
1 j Hampton Saturday.Mrs. received by Miss Hilda and Atlanta Ga.were the of motored here Sunday afternoon. -
part
guests
Jim Koon and little daughter, :Alias' Ut'rtruUe. I r.
I this week relatives. Mes. Puckett
Dorthy of Waldo visited her of Mrs. George W. Roberts and ."la
: parents Those who enjoyed this pleasant SASH
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett Friday. is the oldest daughter of Mr. and ter, Luella Tatum, are spending a LUMBER BRICK LIMECEMENT
/ Gertrude Hilda
evening ,
were Allgood, -
I Mrs. J. T. Bennett Mr. Puckett i is few days at Kingsley lake this week. DOORS
i 'I) Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hogan, of Durdt-n Vestal Wheeler, Annie in the mail service in Atlanta and

f Hampton attended preaching services May Wheeler, Annie May Pearce, I ia otf on a vacation. They will visit Miss Pearl Forsyth, of Bunnell Is BUILDERS HARDWARE

here at the Baptist church Sun Kathren Weest, Mamie Blanton, and Pablo Beach and St. Augustine be- a guest this week of Miss Pearl Grif- SHERWIN-
j Ruth William. These little friends I 1 Everything,
fore returning home.
i day.Mr.. Clyde Hall and Arthur Moore left wishing the hostes many happy The annual meeting of the Primitive fis.Jeff WILLIAMS PAINT ", 0 \ for
birthdays.A. Prevatt and family moved to -
Building
were visitors to Hampton Saturday. Baptist were held at Swift .
C. Durden, of Tamua, is a business Campville last week, where Mr.( Pre- KY ANIZE. :" and
'i Creek church last Friday, Saturdayand
Mrs. II. D. May and suns, Roscoe .'
visitor here this week. vatt had secured a position.Mr. VARNISHES
and Wilson, were visitors to LaCroa Sunday. A large crowd attend
Mrs. J. C. Cadwl'lI and Mrs. It. P.
i -Monday.Mr. Chesser, were business visitors oWaldo and there was plenty of refreshments and Mrs. Enoch Griffis and CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY"8STARKE
Homer Brinson. of Memphis, last I for all. Misses Pearl Griffla and Pearl Forsythwere
Tuesday.
Tenn., Is visiting friends here for I Ketlval MeetingThe farm FLORIDA
= a P. J. Pearce and family visited Mr.Pearce's visitor tothe State ,
bJ 1 few days before returning to his revival meeting held at Harmony Saturday afternoon.
father, Mr. Pearce, of Lake
home. Free Will Baptist church near
Mr. and Mrs. R. Peas: visited Butler last Sunday and attended the Pukes in Union county has Just cloue :Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Raulerson, if

I friends in lasting Saturday, return- union services at Swift Creek. I!
ing Sunday to their home here. Prof. T. C. Lawhorne, and !Mra. C. Mr. and Mrs.[ Penny Dmkin (Us; GET YOUR MONEY
E. Harper and Mrs. R. D. Rawley, PROMPTLY
'J.1:1lUp: iaOOIH .
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, !Mr. and rpi -.suup.gn. Sunday.
have recently been business visitorsto
Mrs. A. C. Moore visitors to snIa22 'aou 3Hi HOJ '
were
Gainesville Gainesville.A. HIXI13 S.ICIHVNO31: '.L.4oelle Penny Dinkins has; been appointed INMAN & RITCH

Saturday. A. Durden, chairman of the '. ; jo aauwnaaaleui1H. ; town marshal until Mr. Reddish can REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
i a Mr. Edwin Wheeler of Hampton, roads! committee was a business visitor I eameul eon .,ll 'Llg! !A put recover from his wounds received INSURANCE COMPANIES
visited friends here Sund.,. q\3ua.Qs eau prmq! )I 'I1o..IOJ FIRE.
last
to Starke Monday. Saturday night.
I Mozelle McGrU'ler.' of Hampton tnrj u.if> atom s op aOOT3 :SILL ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE

l was visiting friends' here Sunday. HIGHLAND MOJ IXI"lX .IQtIVNOB'IIi : FOB HOME AND STABLE BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Mr. BameyvMePae, Eunice Bennett ''' *R 'dIasi( ) sets.; JitPmo. !
W. :M. Wim ( moqv o* uta no A. agam.A! The extraordinary Borosooe treatment MADE PROMPTLY
'Ad 29
$ and MisrfL.Mi.Mred Gill), of Starke Highland for flesh wounds, cuts sores gall, burns
I Attended services here at the Baptist berly, B. B. Williams and A. Boggs wnlnanaga! ally 'Wa ..c. .tp "}oino and scold*i*Just as effective in the stable -, -
church Sunday nig) t. made a business trip to Lawtey uuq UALJPsuoiHxl\ a.alp s qo09 .. in the home. Hone flesh heals with - -- .., ,

Mrs. Calvin Triest. of Static r 7 arrived Thursday. S.ICHVN03"1 aooaa anx.POOA HOJ atH ui HIXI'I3 pattieseat remarkable speed under powerful in- "COIIID BETTER fEiTHIZii liE I"DE WE I OlitD MAKE IrJ.y

here Monday for a few days H. C. Wimberly Jr. left Wednesdayfor iwptumagi jo auo.slo4 1Mft luence.: The treatment is the same for lets PrtnlM .r tie *H nll.M.a IMOV PURE- and -CBJ BRANDS
r visit with her mother, Mrs. Hogan. Waverly Hall, Ga. where he will : iWuiof animals as for humans. First wash out rand,.. .tahdnlf FAIL PRICES. Sta..... .f QUALITY f.r Ih. a.w
put f.rtr sulfa
infectious germs! with liquid Boroxone, ..... Tan
.. ,
/ weeks' vacation. put .a.uau 's d n.ri Prim riikt-quUt t.uM.rML N* ...
visited nui iui
two
Rev. King, of Hampton : spent a I p atp uj and the) Borosone Powder completes' the cknpMI-fc.t the BUT far rF
.
and Miss Edith I .lIuanq qant ajnpus jCtiAtusaicu .1U. Aloe r.t rtc.li.t INSECTICIDES SPRAYERS. DVSTERS:
friends here Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Perry roeea Price (liquid) 30e 60u uj DUSTS.
The Batpiist union meeting starts Starling spent several days with .nat.1 WO.lJ .Ia.1UOJ Luz .laP' lno0a3UN3 and$128 Fowder30o and 60c. Sold by E .0. Painter Fertilizer. Jacksonville.

here next Saturday and Sunday. friends in Starke last week. WSUVWl13HH AJ1 Drag Store _- FU







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AUGUST 2'. 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA RACK FIVE
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r :Mrs. Jay Alderman who has been Judge R. A. Green was a business Tho registration for Farmers' and FOR RENT-Two room-furnished tt4

spending the past two months in De visitor to Jacksonville Thursday Fruit Growers' Week exceeded that apartment, near school, F. A. Scott .

troit, Mich., with her parents, re- of last ;year. Let's get in there and Starke. 8222t. '

e Bits of Local'Information @ turned" Wednesday to spend the win- Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent make next year's week bigger; and t:
ter here. Thursday n Jacksonville. better than v r.SCHOOL FOR SALE-Meat hogs from 1 year
to 2-years old. Price $5 to,$10, according i i 0\\

The teachers of the B. H. S. will The many friends of J. W. Alvare OPENS MONOAT to IIIe: A Starling, Green '.1

.. have their first faculty meeting of will regret to learn of his illness' at Vacation days are drawing to a I Cove Springs, U A. box 70. 8-18-4t :

Concerting Our People, Business and the term tomorrow (Saturday) after- his home here. His condition rh rs- day morning the Bradford Hi"hclose WANTED-Four '$100.00 per week I is
I noon, four o'clock, at the school day morning was considerably Im-
'
Progrea of the County and Town. 6'- building.Mr. proved.Mr. !. for Starke youngsters. Mon- made.men to Automobile sell BEST furnished Ford Oil Gauge Standard :.J,r

School will open its portals: for the
PrducU Co., 430 Main: Granville '
., and Mrs. Frank Hoover and and Mrs. A. D. Hosterman, of 11.12.21term.. The faculty has boon Ohio. It* '

A. Z Adkins : son, Don motored to Hawthorn Springfield, Ohio; left Thurs lay well!! chosen, and each teacher will I \
Mrs.
spent Friday Miss Isabel Bullen spent Wednesday Thursday. Mrs. Hoover and son will morning for their home, after spending be FOR SALE OR RENT-My hou e on. f \
in Jacksonville. on hand at the opening hour, road1
shopping i in Jacksonville. spend a while with relatives there the past week in Starke. Mr Cherry street Will sell or rent, all i
before returinlng home. llosterman plans to return here at to take up the eight months' ta..lc.rENTAWORD. or partly furnished. Two toilets \i
E. S. Matthews left Tuesday for a N. T. Ritch and I t
family motored to an early date. bath and lavatory. W. Jf.. Duughrty. -
business trip to Tallahasaje. I Lawtey Sunday afternoon. ', Mr.: and Mrs. D. J. McLeod. if ,> S2'itf.FOR .

Springfield! Mo., are stopping at the Oscar Vandivljvere and family
R. S. Johns and son, of Lake But-! I SALE A few satsuma
Frank Mitchell of Magnolia Tea Garden. Mr. and Mrs. orange
the
I Lakeland is left Thursday for Chicago where he
ler, were visitors to Starke Monday.I guest of his uncle, J. M. Mitchell.Dr. | McLeod formerly lived t here and their will take up his occupation as painter. trees reserved tot a few days for

old friends are glad to see them t'gln It is not his intention leave sale in Bradford county. Place
A full line of school supplies atBennett's and Mrs. J. J. Bullen and I this section permanently, his plansat your order now with twentyfiveper !

Grocery. daughters spent Monday in Jackson I Ward and Jesse Grantham of present being to return in about cent deposit and have your order -

ville. I Fitzgerald, Ga.. left for home Tuesday -, two years and take up poultry raising reserved. H. B. Wiggins, Agent
A. M. Blanchard of Lawtey was after 8222t.
\ i spending two weeks with on a large scale. FOR SALE-Good sound young
attending: 'to' business in Starke Sat Mrs. Elbert Bailey, of Jacksonville, !lfr, and Mrs P. E. Canova, at their horse well broke, single and double. ATTENTION" LAND OWNERSWe

urday. I Is visiting. her mother, Mrs. A. Williard. Kingsley. lake residence Bunny Villa 'I When you want a good pairof Will sell cheap. W. N. Ladue. U* will buy, sub-divide, auction

Miss Ethel Moore Is visiting I work shoes cheap try WANTED-Roll or flat top office olT or sell your acreage on commis
I sion. Water fronts preferable. Mail ",
friends week.and relatives in Jacksonvillethis School. days are here again. Ben Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami who I Sternberg's.Mr. desk.' J. R. Felton, Box 527. Starke.8.29Zta full detail your proposition.. Our t"j o\?

nett' Grocery can supply the chil i has been spending the summer with specialist at your service. Florida 'ui$

dren's wants. her parents, Col. and Mrs. C. L. J. Edwin Larson, secretaryand FOR RENT-Modern house with 7 Land Sales & Auction Co., 818 Atlantic -
When'vou want a good pair Peek, will leave tomorrow for Chicago Bid Jackson-
treasurer of the Lawremo De- rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L. National Bank *, j I
Guy Warren, of Jacksonville spent where the goes to visit her broth. "
tf. vlllo, FI a.
of cheap shoes try Sternberg's the Moping Company, and Prof. and H.Partridge. .
week-end at Kelly Kottage er, Carlyle Peek
Mrs. !Miller and daughter, of Key- p "" ; t
|
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bryan, of Law Kintriley lake.When stone Heights, were visitors to Green -. .
visitors to Starke Thurs Mrs. C. W. Liddon 1 eft Tuesdayto
tey were Cove Springs Friday last Mr. Law- J
day afternoon.Joe want fancy em- spend a few days in Jacksonvillewith of
you son given a fine report the progress -
her daughter Mrs. G. W. Mozo.
,
brodiery work try Sternberg'sPaul From there she will go for a lengthy being made lit Keystone SALE OF SUMMER _i
Hill Williams, Esq., cf Lake I Heights and says a big building program -
stay in Orlando with her
daughter,
Butler was a business visitor to our will be put on this fall and
E. Canova, Sr. and family Mrs. L. C. Howland. I
town Staurday. winter.-Green Cove Times. '
have moved home from their Kings- FROCKSA .
Misses Lorene Carter Merle
lake and
Edwin Larson, of Keystone ley cottage. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett and I ;
Matthews, of Plant City and E. W.
Heights, was attending to business n little Miss Bertie Padgett came over
:Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mrs. E. Carter, of the University of Florl U, the .'
Starke Saturday. from Kingsley lake and spent
E. Burney, of Lawtey, were visitorsto Gainesville, spent the week-end (.t day, Wo nesdllY. They were accompanied limited number of Voile jJ/
Starke Friday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ba 'fl- 1
Mrs. Ernest Beasley, of Jacksonville back to Kingsley by Miss WII-
is visiting her mother. Mrs. Miss Jessie Thomas has to I foot, on Cherry street. lemao Johnson, who will be a mem- Dresses, all colors, values 1 ,
gone ,
Lizzie Tompkins. ber of the Padgett-Epperson! house
Summerfield, where she will\ teach Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Knight party there. !Monday !Mrs J. E. Maine to $8.50 selling for
the coming term. reached here Tuesday evening, hav- up
:Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore had as and ions. Hal and J. E. will join
I I1Ir.
i- ing made the tripfrom Ellijay Ga.
last week Moore this party.-Lake Butler Times. !
their guest Ralph and Mrs. Joe Hoover, Frank in their car. For the present they are .
$3.75LINEN
Waycross, Ga. Hoover and son, Cyrus, spent Sunday ,; at home with her parents, Mr. and BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN.The .
at Kingsley lake. I| Mrs. James Shepard. on West Call ..'
Come by Bennett's Grocery Co. \ l'
street. service conducted by !Mr. Col-
Monday for your school supplies. Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, Leslie I lier last Sunday morning was very q'
.
spent Wednesday in Lawtey with J. E. Malnes. Jr. is the guest (If' acceptable, a good congregation being V
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull, Mr. and Mrs. George; Roberts. Hollis Knight this week. Mr. :Malnes preHont. On next Sunday there DRESSESValues

Mrs. T. P. Wall motored to* Gainesville I recently returned from Tulane Uni- will bo but the morning service at

Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. Is the versity, New Orleans, where he is a UOO: when the young men of the $12.75 ''.
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. To- I medical student, and Is spending his church, unde" the direction of Mr. up to
Miss Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville rode, at her Kingsley lake cottage. vacation with his parents, Dr.t and Quigley, will have charge. To this '
spent Sunday with her parents, Mrs. J. E. Malnes, of Lake Butler.\ service the public is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore. v MWMB H VM H M MMUHM 9:45 $5.00
When you want a suit ofj f i iclothes'try The Bible scholl will meet at :
Mr. and Mrs7 Arthi K. String a. m., under the care: of Prof. Wig- SALE PRICE i iu s'

When vou want a good silk Sternberg's.Messrs. fellow and son, Arthur Jr., and Mrs. Kins. The people are returning. from -- -- -- -
Stringfellow's sister. Miss Ellen their vacations, and a full attendanceat
hose try Sternberg's.Misa Guy Alvarez and James Knowles, of White Springs, have returned the school is looked for. J

Warrens of Jacksonville spent Sun- from' Kingsley lake where The first Sunday in September the YjHATSu

.. Nellie Stearns returned Fri- day with relatives at Kingsley lake.A. they have been spending several day par will be In the pulpit again,
day from Newton N. C., where she at their cottage.-Gainesville Daily I
and the fall and winter work begin. !I Ir
has been visiting relatives. Z. Adkins and family are at Sun.
; .Any Summer Hat in stock J.
home again after spending the pant For civilization to prosper It Is necessary (
Mrs. Albert Waddell and :Mrs. Jack two months at their cottage at Mr. and !Mra. J. M. Mitchell and I for us to keep all the population \ values up to $9.00 "
Adams visited friends and relativesin Kingsley lake. daughter, Lucile have returned from ,
High Springs last W CK. I fi motor trip to Tampa, Sarasota -nd I moving on together with out elass I SALE: PRICE I

Judge R. A. Green was a visitor to other south Florida points. While in hatred and, with mutual good will. r

Miss Laura Wynn, who is teachingin Jacksonville Friday. While in the city Tampa they were guests of !Mr. and

Brooker, spent the week-end here he had a conference with Hon. Wil- Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston, and whenin / $2.00Marguerite's

with her unclelI.! Y. Brown.L. liam Jennings Bryan.Mr. Sarasota they were guests of Dr. '"'Rain .
and :Mrs. Mitchell Noble.J. r Padre"fc
l \r
II. Hill, of Lawtey, was among : and Mrs. 11. M. Wasdin and '
those from that town attending to little daughter.. Thelma, of Graham, F. Ktckliter and family, who _" .. ....
business matter; here Monday.Bennett's have moved, into the Liddon cottageon left here last week for the mountain. i : I
North Walnut Sreet. wrote from lU'rulersonvillu that they I fr

will had l a fine trip and are enjoying .. J I
Grocery carry sup. .. -- -- --
plies for the school children. Leonard Pridgeon spent several plenty of apples, peaches, grape I u ___
last week with Jimmy .\d dna melons, etc. Mr. Klckliter states that 1
days ---- -- ,
Vivi- : it is so cool there that he almont .
:Mrs. Harold Davis and Miss at Kingsle( luke.-Waldo Corruepn.dence -- -- -- -
j rette Floyd have gone for a motor in Gainesville News. "froze stiff" Saturday night. They I ;
Bartow. are !spending this week in Ashevilli* '
I i trip to Kissimmee and I

! When you want a dress and vicinity. i i .. II I
Mrs. James Shepard and daughters *aeei sr
Lena Belle and Cleo returned Sun pattern try Sternberg's.Mr Friends here have hoard from Mr.i, i I II

day from a trip to Ellijay, Ga. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, who are en I f
: P. L. Bridges and Mrs. Newman route to LOB Angeles, Cal., that th.( .. :

Mrs. II. Y. Brown left Saturday for were shopping in Starke Tu have spent sometime in and around I -...___ I I ,
White Springs where she will visit day afternoon-Waldo Correspondence Colorado Springs sight-seeing sad, | I f
her daughter Mrs. J. C. Terrell. in Gainesville New" visiting many places of beauty and k
interest, among them being I'ikvN I I tI

:Messrs. I.. S. Carter, S. J. Starling Peak where the thermometer regii-- I
When want a square I
you F. D. Lang, Chas, George, Mr. tered 18 and where they enjoyed,
deal try Stern berg's. and Mrs. J. A. Starling of Highland, I Know-balling. I ... I

I motored to Starke Monday, --;

Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Fryer and Miss Mr. and :\rl'M. O. L. Beailey haw I I

Doig, of Gainesville were the guests Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green have re- had an guests this week the following .
Sunday of Mr. and :Mrs.. J. L. Harrell. I,cently had visits from their sons, persons. : :Mr. and :Mrs. Lelnn Si-! 1 I l eS
of Ocala, and D. Ritch It / f"I\UTO- ".-T l
'Lloyd Green, lin and two children, of Tampa; I I

:Miss Sinah Moore will leave Satur- Green, of Washington, D. C. !Miss Frances Battle, of Albany, Ga., For !2S M'Brs' Father .I"rOlmo" I II
day for the east coast where she will Mr. and Mm. A. C. Durden and Ricard ha. enl nut dailv weather :
conduct: a term of school at Baker- Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Kelly and daughter, Jeanette, of Tampa; Mn. I reports tr the farmer. near the
ville. children have returned to their homeIn C. L. :May, of Albany, Ga., Charles Santo Clara (Calif: ) UniversityNow
Arcadia, after pending the sum- Mathis, of Dawson Ga., Charles I the Knights' of Columbus an ,
to erect a
Grocery Kingsley lake. Keanley, of Winter Haven. conducting It rampmgu; a
Bennett's at
Fend ts-! children to mer months "observatory fur hIm
for their supplies for school. .' lift er.atyi ,
.-Vr :Miss Hilda Lewis Sunday :Mr. and :Mrs Z. J. Roberts Mr. I

II. O. Brown and family returned afternoon for Jacksonville, after and :Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and chil- ,

home Monday after an extended mo- spending a week with her sister, :Mrs.j. dren, of Hastings, :Mr.! and Mrs. R.

tffr trip to St. Petersburg and Lake C. Robinson, at Kingaley; lake. A. Swift and children, of New Or- .666 Monday, September 1 1st

Butler. leans, spent the week-end at the -- -
If you wish to learn to speak, read country home of Judge Geo. A. !I. a prescription for Malaria, Chill

i Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Tuesday and write French, address personallyor Gardiner. The party, accompanied and Fever' Dengue or Bilious Fever.It In a sincere appreciation of Labors importancein I
from Ormond where she spent a by letter II. LeClair, Starke Fla. by Mrs. G..... A. Gardiner and :Mrs. kill* the lerma.COFFINS I

.' week with her daughter, Mrs. 'S. C. 8-29-2t H. Austin left Tuesday for a trip to our American life--we should on this day pause

Carnell.Dr. Pablo Beach and down the east coast. ........- -...... "'"' ............ __.A6. 1'-
When vou want a oair of & CASKETS to pay tribute-to the honesty of purpose and justiceof
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J. J. Bullen filled the pulpit of grade shoes try Stern- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. String- I'I its cause.
the Riverside Baptist church in Jacksonville high fellow and son, Arthur K. Stringfel- Am* m rQ! Line .f

last Sunday morning and berg's. low, Jr., Miss Ellen Knowles and Miss. I V.JeFf.llne' 3.___ MayLabor's ''r
evening. Elizabeth Walton, of White Springs, banners march on to a well earned
of Jacksonville, left Monday by car for Kingsley l I. k<* AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Witkovski.
B. R. Victory. A ; of Human I
Miss Sinah Moore returned home has'been spending several days At where they will spend the week: at I Ahraf. M hoL The beat MrVMM II triumph right- and Just. ,

last week from a four weeks' visit Kinllsley lake with :Mr.! and :Mrs.! E. the Strinirfellow lake cotta ceo .( ta. towml prices. &..- II
. hi Jack!; Gainesville Dally San. daJ attadloa M 'Ieva,h ..rI ..
with friends and relatives' S. :Matthews |I i JwlaH.: KI
,' w. RrUtrr
fI I I'Cl
sonvjfl* f BANK OF STARKE I
Mrs. L. A. Blake is the guest for The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., I I
-- -w-T11t5'1md- : chtttfren-spent the the weekend of :Mrs. James C. Ad- | will hold their first regular meetingof : : DeWITT C. JONES r

week end 1n'S\arke with relative\ at her cottage at KiBK1" the fall season the first Wednesday STARKE. FLABJHFBHiB .. The Bank of Helpful Service I

Waldo Correspondence in Gainesville Eke. Mr. Blake and little daughter I I in October, but there will be a I. .. .
Jujiffyyyflpy iiflpMrj arventr* .
News. Franc", hvrecentyreturnedfromPalatka call meeting in September' to arrange
where they were the guests for entertaining at dinner the veterans i
The Hate nat D*** Not Affect Th Needs
Cold Cause Grip and Influenza of Mr,. Blake's brother-in-law and 'I of J. J. Dicklson Camp on *..e.. ofITIVC N. loqlc,, and l.i* LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE' : TebleU wmov.UMOMM. ." sister :Mr.! and Mrs. Crorn Anderson. Marianna Day, which Is the 27th 011 i' BROMMhMrt: Nr; 't .u..waM.pW
Tbm to oolr oo."Breow QWaIIM- I -Gainesville Daily Sun. September. I lID bd.he.d. 4wGtW: II si Mw.00....... JUa. j ,J
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X= IF YOU HAVE Wukulla We are negotiating with I New Smyrna- Bond-Howel Lumber !

If idolaria.Pll..Sick| HMd.eh..CeMl.1 1 15 Georgia parties for 1000 acres of I Company building new i are-
FARMERS : Bow.U. Dumb. AIIU.. Sour Stomach watermelons another year. i bouse.
F and FARMING! and H.lch,nm pour food do.. not
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Klmilat.. you hara 00 appetite, I
Hamilton Farmers of this
county Ocala-Dixie highway to be Hard-

.- I have sold tobacco on the Valdosta surfaced to Lowell, I Chew U after
Pu
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Pills I
I ,, market every day since it opened; so every meal
FARMERS: AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTEARTICLES \\
Tampa-Swan avenue to bu paved
fur none failed to make money.
: OK FARM: EXPERIENCES: AND METHODS FOUND will rwawly UMM ImblM &T i harp from Howard avenue to West Sh .re It stimulate
becoming
10 BE UESI; SUI1ED TO OUR COLNTY. rents; ;'per bushel with a sales value of Liberty-The people here are Boulevard. '5 ,, appetite and

.. interested in more fruit, I / aids digestion.It .
----- -- ---------- --- t'J! cents, end cotton on 407 farm I
\\=__ _._ J = the have ordered Bradentown Concrete-steel ir!>le l
: especially peach; they makes your
I I with yields between J 101 and 110(
1VIIf11E LOW VALUE 0.'AIUI of food products while the ..;JOO.OIJOrural pounds of lint per acre had an average I about 1700 trees this week. to be erected across Manatee river. food do you more

r LAN I i families buy and consume 700- cost of 22 cents ,per pound and I Putnam-Much hay is being harvested Cocoa-Sewer and water works good. Note MOW

000,000 cans. This would! oc n total ofaIJOUOOOOO an average Hales] price of 30 cents systems being installed at estimatedcost I It relieves tbat stmlly teell f|
The farmers of Bradford! county in the potato areas of the
cans of Co-id( products pound. Potato in differ I I alter hearty eating
I per growers of $200,000.TampaCity .
We have
arc facing a serious crisis in the selling county now. a good corn
bought and consumed by United ent sections of the country showed I w....... t.*la.
price obtained at this time for It' .atcH people and vould I Had a rowof margins between; average cost and, an crop to build new $2.;>0- I swe.e.na

is future surely farm ruinous.lands Within are bound the to near adI I I freight, trains reaching :"rom New average selling price of .from 91.12 . . . 000 auditorium I d 'lor.'''.''.'.II-'" sad
fork to Sanfrnncu-o. to $H .23 -
acre.
vance In price. Our advice is to hold Florida consumes her proportion of per FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- Eustis-Large tract of land six that t_

onto your land fur a fair price and Costs include' charges for labor of DUSTRIAL REVIEW; miles northeast of city to be developed i r
you will have something then to canned products no doubt and shares the farmer and his family, and a into truck farms.
equally in the marketing problems for the of the land I
start again but before you ,, charge use on a
you up
'' conclude to soil, tttou, and consider! for we produce a lot of canned goods cash rental basis, so that where the Stuart New business block being \"orth-Contract awarded for I

the vast improvements thY for sale. I! coat Just equalled the price receivedthe constructed at cost of $90,000. walkways on Lake Worth bridge.
many It !Is impossible\ for the buyers to i II
best of roads good drainage. That in farmer wan paid for his time and
see or taste the product contained in his investment. Punta Gorda-City to spend $330- Eustis-Plant of Florida Citric
Then
for betterment.
make
bound to the can before purchasing, so tho --. 000 for streets, sewers and waterworks Process Company to be improved
take a good inspection of our little producer or seller must see to it that I'X I RON4: HELP SELVES: during coming ;year. / eH WIN M

city of Starke, how it has improved; thu pucxage is attractive, that the TO WILY CAN'T BUY Milton-Bagdad Land and Lumber

then ask yourself if you can better label is catchy and convincing that I Apopka-Plans under way for Company to build large new commis

your situation by either! selling or the container is clean and attractive, I Moultrie, Ga., Auir. 22-Prevented I erection of new city hall. sary.

abandoning your farm. Starke business !and that the product Is well advertis by the city's "blue" laws from ,
'!! people have awakened to a sense I purchasing cigars, cigarettes! and I Oslo-New road bordering ocean to Bushnell-Sumter county to spend ;' Habitual constipation CuredIn

of progress and pride, but at present ed.And soft drinks on Sunday, citizens who be built to Quay. $650,000 for road improvements. 14 to 21' Days
I the contents of the can mustbe WITH PEPSLN" is specially-
not xo in the country. Why? Because !,' excellent, they must be property '''are among its patrons have adopted' Tarpon Springs-New Greek school Eustis-New ;sawmill; ;:; and lumberyard I prepared"LAX-FOS Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual

farmers as n clans are not pulling together selected and prepared and must be of the practice of taking the prohibited under construction. to be located in southern uub- Constipation. It relieves promptly and

and our county' commissioners I the finest quality, so that when the articles they want when they buy urbs. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto

will not lead and help provide the purchaser is persuaded by the attractiveness -: their Sunday meals, Moultrie's leading 8I1rasota-$13ooO concrete pier to induce regular action. It Stimulates and

way for our discouraged farmers anal. advertising and salesman I cafe announced today in a notice be constructed at Hog Creek. Miami-Hard-surface highway trader Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take 60c

show too that they have some pridein ship to buy once he will be so well asserting that it would not open construction to Jacksonville. per bottle.

the betterment of country Ufa. pleased a repeat order will result. I again on Sunday because the loss Oneco-$20,000 bond Issue voted I SEABOARD TIME TABLE
wide awake from this is to great. for erection of new-school. Wildwood--Ice factory with 73-ton
need source
The farmers a It mistake think that in
is a to I 11 1924)
I daily capacity to be built. (In effect May ;
demonstration agent for proof of order to save a wasting product that I Sale of tobacco in any form, ice, !Sarasota Five-story business Southbound- '
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this statement I refer you to the late we can gather anything in any kind ice cream, soft drinks, gasoline, building to be put up on Main street. Pensacola-$100,00 bridge to be
delinquent tax list as published in I of condition, throw it in any kind of newspapers and confectionery recently built across Escambia river. No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. a.

the Telegraph for 1023. Let us all u can and sell it for a profit. Attractiveness was prohibited under a grand jury I ApopkaAuditorium at school No. 3, 11:02 a. ra.

pull together for betterment of all quality, grade, condition pronouncement recommending strict building undergoing repairs and im- Bayboro-Pinellas County Power No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.

and try our best to make life. worth advertising, all count. I observance of the Sunday laws provements. Company erecting new plant. No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m. I

living in Bradford county And the strongest point in market- NorthboundNo. -
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working for Eustis-Tract near city to be Lake Alfred-Park and drivewayto
The only organization
is to furnish the heinous
ing anything market -
this purpose is the Starke Growers' with the quality and quantity planted to bananas.Okeechobee$90,000. be added to Nakoma Beach.St. 2 reaches Starke 5:08 a.'m.

+ have her published his No. 4, 4:26: m.
incorporated under the picture as p.
Association
condition it is wanted
wanted, in the to be spent Augustine-Flagler intereststo
laws of Florida Brother farmers! faithful sweetheart. No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
at the time it is wanted. extending city water mains. spend $20,000,000 improving and
come and meet with us at each Produce a superior article as expanding tourist railroad facilitieson No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m.

meeting. L. C. PKESCOTT. economically as possible and sell it ata HELP FOR OLD FOLKSOld Gainesville-State aid hospital to east coast of Florida. Wannee BranchNo -

CORN WEEVIL HINTS price that will encourage production be constructed at cost of $50,000. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m.

and standardize the product so Bradentown Southern Utilities No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. I

Corn weevils ought to be! listed on that the demand once created will In- Sarasota-Large, modern plant to Company erecting new building to T. J. GRIFFIN,
Age Should Be Happy Not a be erected by Sarasota Ice and Cold house local plant. q
the court house records as public crease. Superior quality of products Time of Sickness and SufferingToo Storage Company.SopchoppyRoad. Agent

nuisances. They don't work for us, properly offered sell themselves; in- Tampa-Standard Oil Company to

but they certainly eat a lot of perfectly ferior articles soon find, their way to to Blockers Ferry build 10,000-barrel storage,; tank at

good corn, about a million dollars the junk heap. many people begin to suffer at to be hard-surfaced for five miles. terminal on Ilillsborough river.

A worth every year in Florida.," middle age with constant backache,
The experts figure that they eat MUCII CASH PAID OUT IN VAL.IHKSFA urinary ills and rheunftatic (pains andaches. St. Augustine First National Key West beacons to be inMta.'I'.-d :
MARKET FOR TOBACCO: Weak kidneys are usually the Bank to build $200,000 home. I
about 20) per cent of our corn. '!:very I In Hawk Channel between this city I
cause and, if neglected, there is dangei
time we sell or use four( bushels, the I Valdosta, Ga.-It took $34,800 to of hardened art..rlest dropsy, gravel Plant City-Baker street to be ',, and Miami. 1 I

,peaky, weevils eat one bushel. pay for the tobacco soUl on tho Val- of Brignt's disease hip your weak. pnved. ColemanFlorida Western, and
But I have heudod the weevil off dostu market Tuesday. The total ton- I 1 ened kidneys with a stimulant diuretic I I I

at my place. I soil or use live SunheU nage being 115,000 pounds, at an before kidney; disease /gets a firm held I Oealu-$300,000 bond issue voted ofr Northern Railroad building line to
West Palm Beach.
now where I used to have but four. I average of 23 cents. Use Doun's Pills. Thousand of old civic improvements.

I've! given Mr. Weevil a dose of Carbon I The sales of tho day for the three folks recommend is Starke Dean's.Here proof:. Inv'rnl'RPlans proposed for con I New Smyrna-Building under construction -

bisulphide, they call it, and that 'warehouses wore marked by stable i L. II. Eastman, retired traveling! struction of railroad to Brooknville. to house New Smyrna Nov- Build

seems to have solved the problem. I prices prevailing on good grades,, i man, Main :St.:, says: "I hail trouble I t elty Works. Up Your Str.flll'
Anyway my bunk account is better much tobacco selling within tho rad- with try kidneys. There was soreness Pensacola-Moline school buildingto With Winter.mitla'i

I oir. I ius of :i5!I to 45 cents, while one small across my back and I feit pretty be enlarged. ] Stuart-Contract awarded '01' m- For e6yaan the standard rem-

You can do tho same thing. It's per pound. This was especially fine i lame I suffered with severe pains. In mile of paving in Highland Pn'k edy Dengue: fur and Chill other Fever favors and has Area h.en,

easy Build your cribs tight. Better I I 1 wrapper for fine plug tobacco and i my head, too. Doan's Pills he'ped Tampa-Three new fire stations ; addition. I Wintemmith'.ChillTonir.: Tnkon! "

be about that before you gather", an.1"tOl'e was sold only as such. However,, I me from me.the" start. One box of Doanecured costing $11,000 each, to be erected. j i ,It*. \rhe PT"J brat fhm Iilll i off of then Fins trc tft>,ublA* 4r vi I
swim
thu corn. Two layer of lumber experienced tobacco growers,, Crystal Sp'lnfl'ILorlCe omg mss. any ill.i .B, ,n ton.aL
I many ; Price fOe at all dealers. Don't
I pool and bath house to be ercted.St. ivalwaysffaodtyout between which is a layer of building from both the Carolina and Ken Imply ask (for a kidney remedy-ge COURTING BLINDNESS I tor popular.,'''. 6> c,mflTwroUl:
paper should be tight enough. Chinkup : tucky, declared this lot to be an ex- Doan a pills-the same that Mr Peterburg- First Meth dst! .10ig value, 91.00.

tho cracks in the corners. Pad feption. Eastman hud Frmter-Milburn! Co., II what you are doing when you neglect congregation to build church CDS' c ",*ic'nmtth Chemieal Cr. ...... ,
round the doors and windows. Make : Mondny and Tuesday's sales on the Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.EXTRACTS. twitching/ watery bloodshot, sore $260,000. ir I.ot.nv,!Iu, Kentucl- '
Leonardi's Golden Lotion
tho bottom and sides us nearly air- Valdostu market were also remarkable . . . eyes. Eye W.VntersmitKsChill
I cures nearly every eye dige1 e. Cools,
tight as possible.! for another thing; not u single FROM heals and strengthens. Get "Leonardi's Lake! Worth-Bond issue of $410- ,
the early as ticket turned down either day", 000 proposed for improvement of' Tonic
Thun harvest corn as was on HOME: DEMONSTRATION: It makes strong eyes. At all
it is dry enough. Shuck: for best results which means that the; growers in AGENTS' REPORTS druggists. Luke Worth inlet. ,

'and store immediately in the every sale was entirely satisfied! with . ---, --- --.:---=-===I.-=. '. -
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crib. Set puns of the! carbon bl"" d- j the price at which his product was I

pride on top of the corn pile. Or you soltl.I II I Santa Rosa-We sold one carload ---- .-.-------,- ---- -- -.- -.--- -..
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can soak raga or old bugs in the liquid I Carloads of tobacco continuo to i iof sweet potatoes cooperatively tha: I

and throw these on top of 'he come to tho Valdosta market from week; they netted the farmers 3 .:e/ltlll

various I \ Florida points and the tobacco ;a pound. ':1i.. r'ea1ec

corn.One ounce of the poison is about I producing section around Baxley, i Ta'lor-Our farmers

erIgh for one bushel of corn. If :' growers declaring that this market '! their land for full are cucumb9-3 prep.tr'ing $ o

crib holds -100 bushels. of corn, '''appeals to them because of the unusual -
jour i and beans; there will be about :;O() ;
; The col- '' facilities uttered for selliing
pounds)
use 100 ounces ((2.>
1 acres planted to these crops C31;!'e _
lego of agriculture folks nay that is and transacting all other business in
j owners are having trouble with h -' The
about right and I have learned It'' connection with the tobacco sales. orrhngic septicemia; a few animals Touring Car .

works out all right. _) r The sales for Tuesday included
lost this week, but owners are having -
: 35,001)! pounds at the alliance ware $295
| their stock treated as fast as
applied. 1 house at a 23 cent average; 25,000; ( 1 J'j
: [ possible wherever the trouble shows
leave for 21 hours. When you first I pounds at the farmers' warehouse at ," Ru __ 476$
up. .
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V.moo..M.Rl"
} open it up better be careful to let it a 21 cent average, and about 80,000 .....s......us.....* -. I .
i air out good before going on the inside I' nt the Sounders', warehouse, on a 23 I Ilillsborough-Enrolled 11 boys at ..1Cbua.
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for that stuff will kill a man is cent average. Both warehousemenand I, Balm school Friday to study citrus. Sfdam -. tsitTlulor fVO .., r .
quickly as It will a weevil. The liquid buyers declare the Valdosta mar- Visited farmer who is building a new loMorti.da.655 I:

forms a gas; the! weevils breathe the. ket to be making an unusual showingfor barn in which a special l room Is being ( All trie**f.w,..DmtnltUtmost I sr Y

and die.Don't I its tint year, in the face, of ten or so constructed that he can store
!gas I
more old established markets in it and
with
allow any lights-not even a corn treat carbon bi

pipe or cigarette-around the crib. I I'RFl'I'S() -IN-: -i'OTATOESIXCEEI sulphide for weevil control.

That gas will cutch and explode. 'ISinl"e : ) THOSE MADE Lake-Worked with citrus growers l '
the llrst weevils will bayeggs ,
I IN MANY OTHER CROPSTallahassee
on praying for scale insects and h-- .
that will not bo affected by the svr.'" '
rust mites;fall fertilizing informa- "
gui, you ought to fumigate again I -Potato growers indifferent tion and cover recommendations s r ,1i.r R
about two weeks later, so as to sections of the country crop ;: +-
sett fz. f
I were given. We now have adequateand 3
the new weevils that will hatch from showed margins between cost and ;;
comfortable
office in
those eggs. The sooner you start thi" average selling price' for last year's space our I
new court house.
remedy, the moro corn you will saw. 1 crops III excess of those reported for

for the weevils begin fating as soon either wheat, corn, cotton or onto Duval-The 150-ncre pecan groveon

s us the corn is dry in the field. I according to information tabulated Oakhurst farm-typical black
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---- by the United States department of jack sand ridge-will yiel.d one of .
RHODES I largest corps of nuts this year in
CANNI.NC: SUGGESTIONS; : ,, The farmers reporting on the average -
its history, notwithstanding the fait i

Farm women attending Farmers' : made money on corn, cotton that other groves In the county will Driving Confidence ., a
and above cost of production
potatoes fall short of previous Thl.Itro'e .
Week at the University of Florida! years. ,
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were given! some practical, information including, and cadges lost and on wheat Interest and on outs.investment gets expert care and attention. Driving a Ford is so simple, and requires I

by State Marketing Commissioner Losses were not in cash, however Walton-We have Just harvestedour little effort
so that
L. M. Rhodes. A Summary of June you are free to de- '
but indicated that farmers did not blueberry crop and the

his address follows receive n sufficient income from their splendid crop! and fancy price have vote all your attention to the problemsof I
It estimated that the U;00,000
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UnitedJStates products to pay all cjsh expenses of raised the temperature of our farmers -
city families in the production and allow them going and a large acreage will be planted traffic. There is a sense of confi

consume annually 7.HOO.COO.OOO cans wages for their time and the cash this winter. We are also saving a dence in driving Ford '1
fine a impossible I.L '
rental value of their land. hay crop.
To Stop a Cough Quick
Wheat on 7,852 farms cost on the with any more complicated
take IIA YES' HEALING HONEY a $2.24 bushel and had St. Johns Precautionary mea- motor car. 6''
cough medicine which stops the cough oy i average per aI I sures ((Kansas bait) have brought
I sales value of !>.l cents per bushel; !
healing the inflamed and Irritated tissues.A farms cost tJ.<< an end to damages\ done in the Elk- I Hnr I .
corn on 11,238 : tents
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE/ ton Z #s j.
community by the army worm; --
with inlet value of 81 :::;
HALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and I per bushel a at least, the worms seem to havedisappeared. I ;: ; ff5;
oup is enclosed with every bottle of cents: out. oit 8.4S1 farm root ;>2 .

r's YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve I I DM of MJddcaa
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof SAFE I t. I
No Worms In a Child
Healthy '
children suffering from a Cold or Croup. ,
1 SURE AU children troubled with Worm bay ta oairaltby i 5 I
The destine effect efHiw* Heeling llonj-> uv whk'
color. h loUlcaui blood,and
poor a.a
".!.th*throat combim-d with the hesltoaeaetorGrorea0.PeoTrace the ofhaklnoontup rub! there Ia tore,. or .ITM Mnmach dlMurbanr I
>a counh.S.lv. through puree LEWIS Elf EWATER GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TUNIC given rmularly l SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED FORD
Hut. h rsmedieun packis In one c.rtuu nod the rw Iwo or three wicks will enrich the blood. Iro- 11 DEALER
oat of the combined uratmeat USSc. pen"*the dUlMtlon.and oct tr a General) Scraniitholn -
ask druggist for HAYES' I ,Tonic to th.whole.TWom. N tur*will then 1
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Just your
x throw off or dUpl Ih.warm. sod tile Child will b* __
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FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1921.' ,

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

PARR SRVWXI


C 'I.. aI'1'lO. ;; '-t\I" I'" PUHCIIASE PALMS 3,000 BY JOHN ROYAL ItlNuLING: 1I1.lwlJ Meat... w..1. I.M. ?dstth.ws Ida, I NOTICE OP ELECTIONI. ahall be ."bmtta to the elector, of Ih'S'aiu J

s < '" >
C. L. I at th.
N *ck. mayor of Stark. Fla., b an..1 to held
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./ UV.vllt Nem.."". 1\1. virtur of lbs authority r tuesday n.t
D.
veeted .
m by I. .rl. I In ,
I. John Ringling! circus magnate and I N." F. R. N.wsnm R. A. hereby election to II. held A. D. 10S4 I'.l..t "ondo Nnwr.! P
at th or
] m tmtic> n\ j'.J" ono of the prfhcipal developers olarasota ,"I :\f.1" W. II. Norman town hall 1 In.In.r .rMul town by the qual I.,* Wit rejection t<>

o I lisle voter th.r*, on Section II. No tax upon
has contracted with a big 0"........t W. L. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER n. 11(24. on thp Income of realilunta I or lah.rlt.n.clllirna I or' at'\

: nursery company at Fort Myers for p for the ptirpo. of circling the following of* Mlal. .tmll i he lifted: by th. State I of Kli.ri.ln.:; :,; f
... .rkcr John HovratOn or umler lu
and
-- ther
-- delivery of p..1t .0LI.I. *hall he .
small
3,000 C.
--.---- royal palms I I L. \-
-- -- . Prrt'.P. Mayor. miit from '
)! n. WRIGHT BLcOMES '- for plantings he will make in and I Peak' J. L. PerkIns P.ks.L.%V. H. I IOn. alarahal. realdln* la this't''., L'I"gooih a family ant

planned. I'.k lI.r.I.LL Peele Thra* A'd".n.' ,lononal etf.,ta to the valuv of five llun.ln-.l
ACQUAINTED As near Sarasota. Puw..11 Flo..n" E. Clara L. One .iliOO.UOi J Dollar.
we were going into the living 1'.rC'm.n Perkins Lilli.I | One Cli'rk.
B. K. Perm.n, I.oi., rreaauror and Ta" Cohesion
Although he had meant to be i I room the 'phone rung. I hurried to h..1e Nyrs D. W.Inapvetar of Mid election : J. L. Cash. A,. A JOINT RKaor.MTtOM Propoalnat aa
per. J. U An.lereon. and A.
FRAZEE Q I II. Johni.
Amendment
answer it. to
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fectly proper about deliverini; the Q..lal.p J. '1'. Qul.I.$ ., Mlnnl. W. I In teatlmonr ._'. I hereunto ,, ii h.,, of the Slat of Florida VIII, of' the Cotutlru-
message", / father and Jlr. Wrieht both I Paul's voice apologetic from the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR R I I mjr name and rat th* **al of Ih. .brII I and fountiea. relative (o Cltle
I
heard Johnson's words. There must I tart, came over the line: "I'm ter AT LAWPOSTOFF1CE RIteS Rohl.n N. T.J. 0. Elicit RiteS Ue.bert J. 1!. I t to 2<' hereunto affixed thle 9U day U of PKBK awiiet., n.of I Florida'That ni..'..l> i' hy' the teiilalalllre, of the Slat

be a complex in every woman for occupying -I rib I)' sorry Sallie, but it will be im BUILDING RohA"R"hln.nn, F.mnmi, RiteS isabel. I Sc.\ Mayor C Stark. Fla.I th. toll..lnl ampndnwnt to Artlol .

: the center of the stage possible for me to take you to tho Ray CarnI Vans A. Ret Olive E. 14:11.01.0.5. -.-- \I '4 the ( .tl..tlnn of the Slate of Flor. :
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for dance. Dad has STARKE FLA. n".t.lleh hum I ,''h. I. a.1 to bo ,
even though I knew the just wired for me to B NOririt TO CONTRACTORS l tM re
bad form it thrilled me to message have was come up help him take testimony in IIhm.fI'.runk' P.O.F.M. .t.nniry. N. I Svnlinl hull will be If*.h'.t1 by Ih,, Pn*rrt ofi tame la herel.y .1.I.a' to" .tI.l.anil .h.1 VII.and auhmitIIH th., I,
some the Wells SUlloI'' B'n Bond Trtwtora of County tn ii,. ,, of the II.., the
and i Florida. arnrral
case I'm n.dord
clamoring for leaving LIST: OF qUALIFIED 1I.t O. O.
one on
my presence VOrEIUt Scott F. A. .1 thtt Conner ', Nw rlnctlon to he held on the flrat
the 9-15: for New York." I herel.y certify thtit fallowing Saa.r, Daa I Nlnrh.' Halfnnl Ilv. on the I I'h.' first Tucexlay after
I apologized and left I* a correct : : Bnellri'ov. 0. Monday In November" A. D.
the l lu..I. for
table. Hat of the qualllled Sianseil. i, D. f. Intl o'"I..k p IU.
"Oh elector of the town of Sisfrunk C. : m.. Si-ru-mhfr and I rntlflratlon or rtjertton
that's at that tine, I
It was Ted. "Come on, Sallie the perfectly all right, Btmrk. a* .hu... by time record. In nay of tic... SRI,,' W. :N. StrInsfollow W. O. < pilhllrly ..ne.l'h. eomtruetln an un- I ecllon II Thn lvl. I th'.1 have

gang's outside," he said enthusias Paul, I didn't want to go anyway" c. A. rurcu. litrickiani Ch... Statoihen" (1iu. I treated pll tImber hrldirc, arnrnilmately I to ivtahlleh, rhaiive, and .:" local novem.power
I replied City Kwelrallun' oC..... tt.e.l; IIeiah Siatrunk Clara I thre* hundred tort lonir adjucent to the preient ini'itt etlendlnu' '- .. throiiahout PII-
tically "We are going; on a party out A Stump Hr. SnyIrr:J H. M. I| brldir (It*. Said brlilico 'to con.Ut of twentyfour I > l place. of all eotinty. dla.
at Yates and give Alma's dance 1 was! overjoyed. Now 1 might havea Austin H. AlMirea J. M. IIn.I.r leapt Smith I four-lille! henIs with yprrjm plllnv, ton Irlct. ': i'I:1h'l: local -tovernmcnta. boanla,
the chance at Curtis Alvarci J. W. Ailkina. A. Z.: 'St..rlcf'F R. H. 1I..lrI'.1 talnlnv In all 112 plllnir, ."appmnlmiilely DUB, ; bodlc ., or atariilory
Make Wright. I would -
air. it snappy we've got thci- Andrew J. W. Jr. Alvare O. W., T lln. ft., and .approximately thousand of 1..1.1\' ,-.. ..tuUonl .
untn'Rted and
mos bottles and gin-even have to( work fast through because Alvarc A. L. Andrew J. Z. Tt.'v 3. N. Thorns. E. tlmher. B > hall .01. ,
a victrola. it wait plain that I had not made Amlrvwa J. W. Sr. AI..,. Krivl T..by J. J. 'runner J. M'I I Th. work Inrludi all neceapary : and. i ,. .rt.of ."J..r.dl..lnn. lw... levlaln-"II.
It's the frlahlnl .n..nm..I.
moonlight and we'll have a swim Andreu A. O. Anderaon A. W, Thnm. Mallory To.nor F. L. I I.br. materials, > ( and I tin* eneeutlv and. Judicial departmentc .)
later on." slightest impression on him so far. Alvarea 8. L. Ander. Mr. Ads J. Thomas" : : V. C. Tomr'kin.: Y.i.aI. d..lnl all the work ne *iiary 'ul.m.nt and j II. ,. .... h..dl. anti offlelnla.: to an.Iho
"I was just going to Sallie Austin' Jan Alvarv. Luoia Sharp Turner Lltltao i, Thumnn: S. F. I II i .ml".t.order ready' for on.t..1,.... the con- | territory 1 Included, inch government d."I.I.into
"Sorry Ted but I say
can't Alderman 'rh'mae .
make it I U. W. AMerman hors Edna Itihordlnate' rflatrlrta, and tn
this time," 1 began "I'm having din continued Paul "I can get one of the Adkina Lola Amlenon Myrtl. I V All work Imp..m..nt In aoeordannt with th*I reasonable amtem of .r.elh.a aiichi Jiiat

with Dad and other boys to atop by for you. There Andm. Fannl. G. |ILI.low J..hn V.I..w '..u''." D. | pl.n. anti in.tnictlonp. *;nral //,1.rm..n( and dlntrlcta : eilatlnv. and
ner one of his friends I' ,.. p..lon. rtlh.r
ore droves of them B I I II special provl.lon., *pelfeatlona) provo .l lami ." Inilrbtcdneat, shall "be antI remain de
making a grimace. who would be in- Brvan J. R. Bundl. Jacob I w I I conlntflt' of Drailford (""nI7. In area and taxable liability. : a home.
"Never mind that debted to me for lit.-, if I'd ask them." Hryan, 8. A. Brownie II. L, .! Will K K Wiihnns. KIt Each bid moat be aeeompanlxl by e eertlrliMl I ('lead In final area not aa .
home-body RtuIT: i "Suvo that Hronke Albert Hrown >tm. s'.l,'WWI..T YpInwnl.ht N. U. cheek or a hlililer' bond made payabl I If In a city or town ; ".h.1 h, Imll',.. '
ditch 'em, Sallie. You're the life of choice line for the Bennett 0. H. Baladrn W. W. Wiull l whl.:. S. ,V.: I I In K H. Matthew. Chairman. Hoard of Itiind I I th!* portion shah b* .ffeetlv* mafori-,
the party. We couldn't girls in the Winter Garden, Paul" HIlilM E. L. Iliahop' II. A. I, Whit. ii w. wtitic.... 3. 0 'rn ,.'." of Hmilford County. Florida, for llv* I j ly .,ftl,,. ,elector In the ..."untl.. shall
think of Icnv- I' I int'rrupted., "As Drown H. Y. Drlnaon '1'. A. W.n A. E. W.lnwrillht W. M. ( pr cant of th* amount bid. a* evldenc of I 1 *,,!h. 'thereon at an eliwtlon for the purnoee..
ing you behind." lIe dragged; ; me by a matter of fact I Harne Spencer Miocker W. K. Whit.,, I; ('. Walnw.lorht. .,, I "nl faith and I a "..r.nr.that awarded i and who ..,niailflol! tn vole for member of
the hand. could! kiss you for getting me out of Brown Henrietta, lirownlc Bit I, Whit. F'h1 M. Whit.. ( ....1. 0'1' Ihe contract bidder will <*cut I the eon- the I.I.I.lu. .h..1. vote In favor of auoh I
it." Iliahop Nina H. Darkowlty Julius Whit Noble R. WIlli.", T. 5. tract and pile bnnd, aa requlrml.. "' .
I shook my head I i Htii. C. reject
remembering all I.
,., I any or I II'lana .__._ ___ .
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L ine. be riirht n\ ir.. Paul J. U. Bullen J. J. I Wh In. Wiyln' 1,1. O. -. I" tM-MrN rrnpna.iirr'
larJorJe s onre."Aw responded, with his -usual Itu-nd R.. W.. Burna Ueaal. VeiI.r "lnbet" 1 wall Stunts; I f and! apeclftcallon' may be ainin at Ih.* Ani.'inliiu.nt, RJIIOrI1T0N,1.1.1. R.-ctton I IT, an of I'
come on Sallie I'll call up pep 'lloole Frd Uenntt U. M.e offlrv of tho Cnunty Knirlnrer. and coplea may th. CanNtltiitlnn ,iit. of Florida. ,
your date and fix it with Paul. Youaren't : "Oh leD along with you Paul, have None: npPPI irTtov<< FOR ttr>FFn I I b* obtained from the Ueonttanr of the board lUlat.oir to liSt Immune,. of!Hon.In by' Serlaj, | 1 1
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a good time and I hope ( .n..v. P. E. e...... A S.cntchtrld I NDKlr SFCTIOV tii OK TUB $3.60 per or.y. Ta* School IH-trlrta" and tin- l.rvy nf T. "I
going to break up a party ure you get: a % Chug. C..n.... E. K. GENERAL !WTVn'TKS.V..H j.t E. S. IT-THEWS, to Crai. n Sinking Fun.l fop the Payment. '

you ? Be a good sport, Sallie" hurl'ed kick out of your trip. Goodby." I ended Colby J. I' Chn'r F. 5.': I I. herb irlven that A.1:. Wall I (' .lrm.n I. nf thi fVlnrlpat, nntt tntrrmit Thirnn
the conversation. My spirits soar Carpenter D, P. Ch... L.II. K. I ehaier of Tax Certificate No ill, dated pur-tlionl c. A. FUTCH P It n.w.l\e.l by tti. r.ftir.iilntiir, ,, nf th. SUt
: "You always Co,... H. C. Canovu I'.nl.': .'I of
are. C. day of July. A. D. i ... I. Florid f
1KIMI. h. filed
Ted was on the right/ track low. ed. (011.1' Ly'is, Card .F'. D. eortinrat* In my office .nd baa made aptillcntlnn saId- .I'.I ___ ._. :. .1". That l hi* fttl'sI'ttt! ami'mlmnnt of JWtlon ,
Father and Mr. Wright were seat- Colum.n 8. J. c..opanlnll J. R. fur tat deed to lain In aecnrdanc t, MSSTSR'S SATE 17 nf Arlid., 12: "f th ronntlltitlnn of th.III.'e
I adored being called a !good sport.; end the side Canovu Flvron. E. Coleman H. H. with lawS I Hereby notlr I I. turin .that under and It,, I of Florida an. rnliUpil nt the n.ntral FltvHon.
Why' not go ? I argued. Dad ould on porch. I went over o ld certlflcat emhracea the followlnu tlrturo of that evrtain final dirti* of fnreeloaur tt f kirptenltlsr. hrld. In the year nf 11)1 h.
und stretched out on the long, low P".h" A. M. I1.vl. W. E.l'n..liI"r ......I'.rty. altuatod In Itradronl Cnun, made and entered, nil July UUth. A. D. unit th* ..m. i* hereby agtwei tn and b* ,
probably get on business or poli'ijs! : I i swing with its n M. .,,1. I.. A. ty. Flnrldn. to-wltl I 11154! by Ilonoralil A. V. Uinv. Judico of the; I I ,tihmti.fil I to t ih. : of thn Stats nt th* tGeneral .
and then I wouldn't have a chanco myriad cushions, Dana E. W. D.vlo C.Lhorl. lii.I'ivla ::. I nrree In a aqllar* 'In NW corner of NW1 Circuit Court of nr.M."I ,''In.p. Ktorlilit. 1 next t i" : or, Tt.prr.ntativs I to
to Mr. Wright alone. : "squashy" and soft. Let I'orryman JI..rbr 14. L. of NK:' Suction 94 Tl, n SK. -'J Rant ; In that certain cat,.. wherein Annl I I. hrltl In thr lOll for natifleatian or :
see I could l-cjr "%%'h- so quiet I.amby ?" Father Isrby Annl. liavia I sons aaid land "heinv ..._cd .t thu date of ThsI I Jone* jolneil h.1 W. Jnnv. her ".L. .., tlon Thnt mnM 1.I.n 1 17 .h.1 b* ,
the rest of the crowd laughing i.nJ I o..lInll 8. S. D.uah.rtr w. K.1Powiina :. laeuanci'. of ouch certificate In thi> n.m.' offt, .. enmplaln.n. and Mitttl lulon and hi r Hill' ,..1.1.. UN tn n. calling to finally asked. Fronl. Powiln. Dell K. ItrndleyIFnliN h.h.,, .... 3ulon are d.l.nlun., the' S.>rtiiin I 17 Tin. T.vwiNlfitiiro' may pmvM ,,
me down.
come on B Maid undorHlfrneil will otter for 'p.olal t.* (Hr.trlet 10 IMU honiln
"Nothing except I've missed out certificate ahall bi> .,.." .mP I made up my mind. F.dw.rIs. J. W. Err..nn J. W. Hcconllnif I ti> law tax deed. will .iaaue thereon I ti> the tnuheat >nd b,.t ': r for Saab In, f i i h< oti'liuilvi' ...,. of iniliHo fr** Nchixiliiwfihln
Running back into the all around. That was Paul at the ...tm.n L. 11. E..m.n Juli on Ih* 29th day of Sontcmher A. I). 1\ 24WitniaH I front of the court ho.. .'bi I lit fltarke.' llrail- I tiny ntirh Mprclnl .tn. ..h..., HUtrlot
dining room 'phone saying he couldn't take me to );I'pe..on Lor'.ItS E""I' N. AIrs my official elirnatun, and anal this font ("'0tnty. Florida on Monday the tat. day: v.li.hf\i' .r n iMNJtirltx of thn riunlltlt-it *lfltoni
I exclaimed "I hate to be rude butthey've r the 22nd day of Aua-ilat.. A. D 1024n of 4I".mhr. A, II 1\2. ,durln th I',".I I (hrrmtf u tu> Mr* fnrvhaliliim nhnll vat* In
for the dance and the other crowd's gono. F..tah C. It.. Florrld J. U.F.rnun'tsI W. ALDERMAN. for th purpoa of aatUifylntf! of the iMimnrp, nf pestS bnmtN but nn
come me to go to the I You see Fahtpr if you hadn't interfered Eva L. Fut.rh Verdle (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. th* aald final' ilerree. Ih followlntf real ejitat Hlmll U iflei.ip.1 h.run.l wliluh nhnll '.,
Beach and I'll have to leave." Q 'I Bradford County. Florida. Ituated In llradford County Florida //.1..I. together with, the Utlmr ln.l.hti l- ,
"But Sallie. what about tile I I added in an injured tone. Griffin. T. 3. Griffin O. .1 1I.2D. '.1).2. NMi, of 8'i' of IW. i.f block 1 bwl.SOl.h, of mirh rtprflnl' tats reboot| <|,lnti |i.i 20 par .
I ( r..n R A. G..n W. H. Ramie I nf the wit-wiiM.1 valIse of the
ft N and tAiR-ltli.
R. and I
dance asked Father I The end of the porch wan bathed Mn.l. H.: G..n Mary K.if F.t .In. Ma. .fly nf .itirh .. prnp-
pushing backhis Griffin MASTER'S HAI.B .1.10 rlJ to ....of atrevt : alao, i' .1.'rl.t 'nlnl to the last uNrMHmmt -
chair. "Mr. Davis and I closely j I in dancing moonbeams that playedhide.antleek I I Notke I* herb vlvn that under anti by BVi of block I Month Knnne II East, [. for nn"l ( .nlr p"fix-am prior
are the H.y.. Ruby hull N. n.Booy. .Irh'... ot that certain Anal doeree nf fore* .being S2It, N, A 8.. and n.'IO ft W. I I., (hi. '..lln. of Hiich "on,". Any bonds !I.. I
associated in business and he will through swaying ... 0. P. Hou... J. C. chMiure made. and entered on July' KDth. A. D. to .. atrwtt alan a plee I. '. N. | hcriMimtfr .h..1 l>.fonii* i-nynblo within'

certainly expect you to be there." j vines. The fragrance of starjasminewas Hulrm.n A. P. H..y.. O. I.. 1024 by Honorable A. V. Ixinir. Judge of thuCiruit and 8. and 110 E and W. on South aid //,1 V..' t.m .late of Umwne In nn-
intoxicating. I turned head Inctoinysy F. (I. Huml.h..p R. S.Hsyw Court In and for Bradford County of NM of 8RI4' of Block I 1 South Hans. I 1 L ) In..lm.n. which hull eummnne not
"There's no use talking like that, my E. W. Hul..nd..rf C. S. Florida, i fo that oertatn .aua. wherein" U. B.Knlitht Haul; alao I a pfee* ft It. N 8. *.tHO ft. ,onr. ., th. ream nftvr the data of IMII
Father and what do I care if the !| and looked up at the sky. I Hoover Etta flamrick. sarah F. I I. Complainant! and J. O. Wynn I ta f:. W. on N aide i,f $'" of 8KV, of nald block Each nnniml' I inatalImeni, I '.h.1 b* not I-M.
H..r V.II. U.I.leop F. O.Holllnl(1lworth ,defendant the underal-rned will offer for *al. I South RanICaat! alao. commenRlmc on I than tbrt-i, p.r ovnt nf ( mount nf
Davises do get mad. Their dances "Did you ever see such a love of a Lisa''. hull Maria and will aell% for cash to th* hIghS and, beat a line parallel with th 5.) A. I.. Ky ( former r : ,** any urb Nplnl I t*'

always are sticky affairs and no one moon ?" and I put as much pathosin Hol..1I Tic.inman bidder. In front of the court houae door ittStark. I ly the F. H. N. Ry.) M ft Northerly from holt i1li.trlet h'jv.n In fnvor of the !I.. 1
I .. Bradford County Florida, on Monday HW corner of NW% of blockl. South Ranv ..n. of a special, tan for thpnymttnt .
voice I
could command.
goes if there's anything else on. my as G. M. 'nm.n VondaI the tat day of September A. P. lv.4.during I I Pant thence run aouthemly 161 ft. parallel I | nf thv interest on pull) bnmlN. and lbs

"Sallie, I hate to oppose you but Then I glanced in the direction of the l-aal hour of aal>. for th* pur. with cald Hallway, thence Eiuternly at rluhl I !' prlnelpnl thrrvnf AN th. .*m. aSciI .broom
Mr. Wright. I him .1hna M. I.. J"hn. A. II. ",,".. of eatlafylnu Bald final decree. the followlnir ana-loe with pail, Railway 881! < ft., thence II I II . ,Iwlnl, nn lh. tnxnhl
this time I must insist that you do caught looking at Zon. D. O. Johns F. R. real ..I... altuatxl In said Bradford I'Northernly and parallel said n.ilwB, i I 1 I''prniwrty within the ilUtrlet vntlnir for their

not offend the Davlses." me. I believed in mental telepathyand Johns S. R. Jnh... E. M. County.' Florida to-wlt I MS ft, than* Wetrnljr to point *om.. 1 (laaune' In nocontMn with l law providing for
I used Juhn. W. J. John. P. E.Jeohn. Northeaet quarter of Northeast. queried of I meneement. All of above described lamia eonlalnlna .I!' thi l r.vy of t.x*. ansi sueS t I.. .h.1 not b* 1
, "Oh, very well then Father let'snot some highpowered concentration Ell. r Jon.. Ala V. ,Rertlnn Ten. In Townahip Seven South Rafl.u three aerm. more or le.a. and belntf I i applIed to any piin><*>. nthr pnv*
I have a scene," I concluded and on Dad. Johns Llnl. F. Jinhira R. M. Twenly-on HaM 1 lea three. acre In South. part of the fllnion J. Temple 8ub-dlvtalon of I I tni-nt nf thv prlnolpNl ami int.r.*t of nnhl.Mtndita \
lie tumbled. "That's to' bad kid- Jnto Oliver Johns Th.lm. weat corner thereof. lanile at T.tniti.'a Mill, a* of record In I>eed 'I .
! flounced out of the room-if one ) ItcMik "C" .
Johna Jacob J. A. 8. CREWS on pau *!> of public reeorda of I I .
could flounce in a slim beaded robe. die, that I spoiled all your fun Tell I Special Maater In Chancery. Bradford County. Florida. A JOINT RF.S0illTIflNl'ropoaing an .m.n.,. I

what Wright I've had busy Kite David Kite 3.m... 8-1-8H-29 A. 8. CRKW4. mxnt of Htotlnn H of Art let. 7 nf th. Con
"I'll have to stay I suppose and you a Kits 1111. KI.kflt.. J. F. Sr.Klcklitcr Special, Mauler In Chancery. I Mlliit.on of she Hint, of FInnish' lUUtlniff'

go on over to Alma's with Paul," I day of it? suppose you and I discuss L. W. Knight r- A. NOTICB TO BIDDBHS l U. R. KNIGHT to Ct ni. ansi Apportionment.,

told Ted who was still standing by those matters tomorrowId: you and Knlaht D. E. K.ndrl.k T. N. Scaled hid. will he received by' the Doaril of Hollcltor for Complainant; H-l-nt-H-au I I lIe of I Florida I1i-iiov4t| by the l.al.l.t"r of th* flt t.l.
I Kite Pri'ry J. Knlaht N. L.Kendrl.k Riind Tnuteea of Rradford County Florida at "
the door in the hall. "Shucks, I knowyou'll I Sallie go on to tho dance. M.rth. JIt'icllt.r J. P. Jr. the office of th* Secretary, up to I .10 oiilock I IN COUNTY jrnriRH; rninr. That th following nmwntlmont nt SHttlnn
"But Father I broke in Kite Mlnnl. XI.klll.r M. L.KI.klller on the In.h dny' of Beptemlier A. D 1 liii. forth URAIIFONII CODNTV. M.IIHIIIA. I 1 of A ri irk', 7 1 nf, the run.tUiitlon nf the Hint
have much time. :
all a jazzier I "MaybeMr. Dora F. following mad machinery IN PROIIATIC.N j j I nf t1..rhl. n Inline' to ('.n.u. anti Apportionmint. -

They began tooting the horn vigorously : Wright has some other plans." L On. I l-20 H P. Tractor I 5. relate of b* nod the: num. In, h.rt>hy sgrecl toniul

out in the car. "If I don't I "0. the contrary" he was -julck I..or.r".n If. r. I..n. P. H.Umh.uah One Three Way Road Pra*. JOB: DUUHIIIKI deceasedft I ,Nlmtl. 1 1 In* imlmillUMj to tli* *).utuni of thn
T. N. L."n. E.LlmhRllah On. I Ton Truck with dump-body. Nil. NUTKR. Mtnt > .t DrirlilH Fur ..,' .u..1 or rt'JtfOtlnn at
hurry there'll be two of us out of ,, to answer "I shall be dilightud to be I.Il11an Lotte Cnrn.Iia IIhlol..... are nqiilred to furnIsh ineiilflratlona I NOTICE 13 IIEIIKIIY. OIVEN That Pha I the, neat <1inral ICN
luckannounced Ted "Well, so I made use of and since I lave lust M I 1 ,and all Information on equipment and price undi>rlKned will on the Ilh day of September lo l it. hrlil the Mr-1 Tuttidiiv. Nfr th.i Seat
Mo..n J. W.. ?'.''th..... E. 5 I are to he F fl. B. $tbrka. Florida. I A. I). 1UM! U> the Honorable County II MnntUy In N"v..mhur. M, l>, IV.H that l isas
long, Sallie better luck next time." ) accepted your father's very kind n- Mock M's \lln.r U. flMtt The llnard ,,'..r... the right to reject any Indue of Bradford p..nl County: Florida her final I t. ,'. that 8rlbin II of Artlrb 7 of tht

I returned to the dining room. 1 vitation to be his guest; white in n. J1 Mnnim. .1. Mntt W. V. Mln., I.. 1'1. II. MVrTMF.W8, tratrln of th. of Joe ,. HeI I j .m..nocd to r.n.1 l fullowa I
I was glad: dinner was almost over. town this is an ideal opportunity\ for Mason. H. n Mh/dl.ton W. 1'':. I Chairman.. _. and at ohl.to.time. then / there., make I i II, Th, 1'.llo..r that shall mesS

There was a foolish lump in my me to make the acquaintance of my Mnnd.n Wm. IIIn..n VI.la V. I-ir""t-'M1' FfrTCH:" .lpl."n to the ald Juduv for. a final ...I hull In ririitiir meet me.Hion'' 1. I\U, ami ISo* that

throat. Everything hud turned out charming hn tes".'' Mlddl..ton NullS n. Illlloh.1I Lucite CA. I .aunt, atlmini hi r.+..lnlnl.lr.' |.1'ion for of an nal.l .1.1' I I ........r, It,., r.,, ..yi-nr....*..n hnarur 5. .I,_ q.' .hnll

so differently from the way I hall;. (To be continued) I I .h.r.ln. here a. inch admlnlalratrlx. .i I I'antI' 'nl'ahall linlrli'1., )sntviI fur" I Ihlrty.elnht i I1KI HenaI -
mioh
ttlatrlata In b .
I thin day of July. A. I> loll aa nearly
:r OUTKI.I.A CI.SK4IW8KI. | .ii>ial.I i."i..ilai I inn, ,, praetloahle. hut nn
.niiiiiy .hall I hi. .IM.I.1 In
t stieS .
AdminlatratrlM m.kl. -
;
of the ealatei.f
'
iw.rll.inoii.nl and
rarh .
PALM mUCH PLANS! I i AX lAHILASATIXa: MTECT A. /. ADKIN3, .1 J..h..rl lit ...."L I> M, ,,,''r ."I.t, i the /.. time ah.1 have"I.eiilalai.ire on.-

A lnltli of' II'Tliino on tho shelf at: .101 plo.. aM.rlfnn| 'the Repri'Nenlatlnn
BIG REALTY MEETIX. Attorney. ; .1'
IMI8FIarc. > .1. U''> ... ,
In I ,f ,
homi' H M havig, doctor in the houmall >, c'.nl.U.| and ahall alInw '
< i!: iv Deacrlptlon T. R. Frem T. llin-ii .
I ill
.
Wet Palm Beach The largest l the t tr', <'. It pivi'i' mxiunt' n-lii f \\ 'I., I I Ml Blk 51orlB7. InwnLola .. .. .. ... I. H. r.r4.!; .. ... .2009Mm ItftnA2HOO I is rnirrir romir, UIMI. m".' toiiiliiiia" _. to ansi rash of, th*
j twi
thol :" ." ,.1"'M <'ilf, of onlrr or I Ilii"nil. H.a-7 BIV W oriar town -_.. '_ Annie B. Pattlt u. ..linon. IIHA Folio fOUNTV t .UNllA 1. trepreMintallvea In ...lnl. next Hlhteen' (21
... M. Inman .. _..._ .00 11)00lion) 'ORf C'IlIY It SNIt I
number of Lot Plk. M Johna addTola
Florida ,realtors j l how, fail, t OliO do1 .Uh and .
ever tl) or two it> A. W. __ ._ << () mo.ppulou.oonl. an llepreenl
Anderaon ._ BOO '
a A H nil,. M John ..Id. .... n. : .
gathered together at one time is the nil l tint, n ting >I'" .i."* nrv I I" fit irt (limns, lilt nV'. l.ota: 1 2 Rlk XT John* *"M. ._._ D. fl. Jonaa _--_ n__. ..._.1709 ISO'0 I'LAINTIFP.V II,' Stat at tin, |11m..> of H'malnlnir auch' tfoimlle of

nim of local realtors in making und, ri"l,<.rtt I hit Ii no fWlini, of f rxliiluovniH'V Ixita 1 I i N 20 ft lot S ST I NOTICI" 'ill.,ul.l "... li.Hliiliitiiri' fall I .pp.t..nm.nl

for the state plans "'ruf,lull ami of Clilrltrt whIch bo :John* add. _........-..' J. T. Q.d.IO l ..__._________tTOO mno W, VI. I Hepreeenlallon, I. the tVnal. An". ..the rfouan.
convention here October lung* only'. to Jurfcct lieu lh. I'r'-o 60u,, r.... n.i Rik i l.. T. Co'* .. "a .. .n.O 1200oo WII.m.fJ''NO .nf mt|.a.'.ntiIi.a. nt ,ny .r..villa icaalon
14 and 15. Realtors of this city hint Sold: by .. I.. 2 Rk I f.. T. Co'. .dr. -___ Ron* -------.--- 80 TO TIIK A'tOV" NAMED I I the 1..1.1.' it, any i.f. Ihe time* herein tiealgnste.i .1.r of-

mapped out an intensive I .. fbi C. T. Co' Dan ___ __.. AND AM. O.J.IUN1 ( It ahall be th, duly. of the l.ealalaMire .
plan of pub .tLL DRUGSTORES n.hl "' __ .M 700TOO You and each of l'aWUNI 'NTIKJK'I'Y/! ,,r l.i.Hialaliiraa aiu-ne.ilnv
licity by which I ? Vr"Fra.T"BJk"V ..7"T. rou noUI.d J aeaalon i of ;Ihe Such rewular
each one of the J 10'J' .T'-O that the above atylnl uUature. either In
; Dan ____ wa ipeolal or
__
.d.1 .... ...__ MO .I In.Ut"I,1 ,
members of the state board will I .. 1. -.the I above .1)1.0 court .. the ., of! -panloo, In, ,.,...'..r"nn the Heprnaenla-
r.- I oi. i.j-fl.T-lo 13i,2Ti.vi.'Fnmby'a% j.a".r ..
A. K. Adklne' _____ __ __ 1000, I[ Auiruat A. and no ISIS day writ I : \ IS Senate sad: lit the Iluua nf
ceive BOBBKOMDflOn.iBBa.1BBaBlinding ndd ...... -- : .
urgent Invitations to attend the I : 71 of attachment been duly, laaueu therein, aa herein irs tidai., The ,
I I., 0 Mi.: t Blk. II DavIs : .. : i
.nil rs'ytisr F deial ,
levied ,
convention. E N Tr-il.v', add. .. .y. C. Manning _. _.120 11100uno. by 1..dr..1 (ounty: shall i.r reniilar State' canto. 1
-- -- --- on th* day O. Mil I,, ever I Imvi lieen taken neareat
All* parkman 700 JOti"L tsar ap- t
-- I !lot. 1 1-2.1 fllk.2Wron'ird4 ----- / pnrllonmrnt
of
: followlnic deacribed l In, R.pr"eomlallv.s In the Vena '
NOTICE OF S of la Vounz'a, add. bounded rJ.l .1 .ta.. I
ELECTION :: = Bradford county Florida. TO-WIT-i and In th, llnii.e nf Hi "i.mi.'". "... ihnll *onIrvil .
t. q by Madlaon B. S ,
Weat half of it nnili' ,
To th. I I ... It Miss Liviaraton __ MO Nnrthaaat quarter of North 'nif any'tel '''nnrtlonment. In the
Sheriff flt _. 8(10'
ofBnidtorI ( mnty of r th. Rroadway .h. tat -' eaat quarter of Northweat ',uarl.. and IS., nvenl th. Leirinlalnri.' ." fall
Slate or Florida : i Headaches ( '.m at W cor of Call ".....' / basS half" .., Ihe Southeaet quarter nf South the r..c..n'.',... 'In .".1. Lutllalature tureapportlon.
II. It Known That I. H. Clay Crawford. a I nv Sl> # run W. nn fall St. l 154 weal q"."... In He-lion 2v Townahip, 7, 'inired' ,hy thla amendment. the Jnvernnr.a*ahnlt.'
Secretary of State of thf Stntiof I r !I"rldll., ft tOt r1:. tt ft. K |10S l) It Sunlit Kanve 22 E. I wlihln ,ihirly' slave aflir the adjournment
do hereby give 1 I I.' lien tit. A nn. Hemlntway I MO Ih ef
nolle Alan
that a N I. SI Cola Seven and Eluht., In Subdlvlalon rrmilar neaalnnlall the Ls'elalature
(;r.NEKU. ELECTION: : I: "For about twenty yean" ni "I I ft WnSWeorf'all A Bread of K.ulhw.. quarter of Rnuthwact u.lli.I ., I s ., ..! ,,,.nllniiiy .aaitfl t
I .
Will be. held In Ilradfnnl ('ounty Slut. o' says :Mr. P. A. Walker a well-! I -n sm run W. 10' f. H. IDS .t .0. Townahip quarter. 'iiumllnn nf n-appnrtlof.ment. l umaliler
rlorlda. I. N fl F !I". ft. N I0< I" ... W. ._ _. _. lea ; and .1,15 n-
on Tueffdny next ucc.' .ilinv th. known citizen of N.wburg- I n P.rln 11 Alan lot Klaht of ; Iraonllnary aeaalon of the I.a.lulatiine I I. h._
Brat Monday In November. ;. D I:"21., ;tinaaiu :- I= Ky. "one of our family rem.N I..m nl AR eor of Oran. City', In Houthhalf rio'u"id.or\ I ,hy innndalorlly. required to reapportion
the
,
,
Tiieaduy. bclnir the I N A run F on Call 5+. IMUj n. Waat of Railroad. ,In repreaentatlnn aa retiulred, by the
FOL'KTH DAY OF NOVEMBER: .' dies has been black-Draught, << inf w l t'0ft.toOnur.t. South Rant. E. .nahp t..r. lla a.ljournment .m..dm.nt
For Sx ,5 i ITealilentlal. Elector, I N the old reliable. I use it N I Ih.-n-e N to h. .. ......__.. Cml Alvmi _--_____._. 7MMr 'MI You and ..1 of you are required p narv.aeaalon ocalled' for I land such .. .. .

For. on.. Htfpreaenuulve of i ih'* SKon.l I ('...nZ I for cold, biliousness, sour ;: ( ," nt SI. .. Wadl I tn appear In aald' ...., nn hereby. th.lnlt I .h.1 not h limited. -plre reappnrllonmenl at th. aol of
.. I
-lon.,1 I Platrlct. of the State .'f Ht.rila, : I I U stomach and indigestion. I I ,..n"la nm N. Ids F. U day of September A. D 124. and therein ., or at alt. until -.apportionment
in th IcCi III S I nn f. tn Madison' ft throes. fall not or Judgment will b 'la ." ,
'y.nlnth Comings or the I nit.' d I II entered aoalnatWltneaa I .1. and shall conaliler., bualnn
'. N was subject to headaches .. I W on ..m St. ?ft ta .bee.m ... *. tet.* L Ttmiw u_MO UO I Po". than Much reapiMirtlonmetitl. no other
For Governor of the State of Florida, when my liver would get out ( 71 ft E of H.".. Oranr, Ihe Ifnnonbl A. V I 1.oitw. Juda-e,
For: SecreMry of the State ..if Florida N NI A V..ll.on ,St.. p" N. IDS ft, aa alao '!. W. Alderman. Clerk and the" ; A IOINT RRflOMfTIOM
:: tleDol ::; ::: I J of order. I would bay. N I F m ff ,S Ins ft. Mdlaon' ,*Jr of Florist.
For Attorney ,.' the State of Flori.la, I Ih. Ihl. the hal 1 Amendment .Martian I of A rtl"l.. .. of the
blinding i headaches and 'hi nr W on said ft. day Jane A. D IBM.II .
For Comptroller of the State or Florida. H 7 t fonetltiitlnn of the Slate
For Treaaurer of the State of Fl"ruin,' I I H couldn't stoop about my work N I i I r.f.-.K nik.Ta N."nowfinVJ I W. H.r. -_.___... (00 ISO W ALDERMAN liIn. Taxation, and Finance. of. Plorlila. Re-

For the Superintendent State' of Florida.of Public Innlruction. of II Just couldn'tlO./ I used N I .H.I.I ... _. ...._____ OnVncwfl ........___ KM lon (a.U, By Clerk' C. of A. f'lmnlt KNIGHT' .or I ""of I Florida". nlv.: by the I.I.I.or o th* State

For Commluiioner of Avrfeulturc of the I\'I. HIV hnianded i 12 In naklna ud'i-----__ C. L..I ---.____--._..1199 alIt )."",' CI..rk That the following mndment of fleetlon
a Myrtle -I7-10t-l-2t
State of Florida. !i Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT hv Madison F. h. by land Il. I.. -- -. .. _. I of Article' II. of the Comtltiitlnn of th. Btat
For Two Jiuticee of the Supreme ", .,1 ul DR I I. V by half .. '- il '.rI.I., r-lallna- li, laiallon anti finance,
ae line. A. Davis __._____ SIt 0 u la
the Stat. of Florida. L I 10 I NOTIP ,pLPrTn. hereby avreed tn ,
.
I fVim ar HW eor Madlaon A Mvrtle l nnde .nl.h.ll.uhmlttad ta the
For Two Kailroad Commlaaionera of the State' st* run n. w. mil the .1.0..of the Bute or rejeatlnn
ft. of .I""ton
of Florida. 10 fl .n.Ututl"n IHIn. nf the State of Flor. ., the ne.t veneral
S I 10 ft N *10 Repreaenta
to Ida, did five .1"I"n
For" State Senator for llSth Senatorial Dutrlet,
of th. .State of Florida. I In rieUna.dd __."e 4 Ilol-endorf .. 10* Htate of rlorlda. and the of the ay that Martin 1. Artlele 9. of the For .C C. 100 .m. were atfreed union of the Slat of ,
two. Member of the Houae of R.p'een.tativa. ( Jll ft. W. of SW .. \.1 to by a vote of th-ee-flfth of th. member* rend .. followelHMtlon Flori.la.' b amended t
ot the State of Florida. I on Myrtle At*. ran elected, to each house .1
For" County J ada.. I N and It relieved me. N ft .Weatmnreland.St. thene fl, i Joint Iteanlutlnna w. that.n.. vote their on paid I The I..r.o., shah provide for

For" Sheriff. : H "About eight years ago N on old fit 42'" R. 210 N. apseS. Journal, with. the. upon re- a uniform and; rat* la-atlon. .
my
yeaa' and naea that It ,' :
may
For :
120 ft .
Clerk of Circuit Court tbetr. A apeelal rate ,,
map thereon, and
wife down with liver and d..l.n.-.n they did and direct :
For County A.._. of .f.*-*. H got N .< riaaklna1 add i .. that the eald d..rln... on Intana-lhle but aueh ape 'lal :
.
For Taa Collector.: N stomach trouble. We tried N nioek1i ..._._"Clal___ B. C. C. ffobendorf _. 150 410 tn the *leetn--i Joint of the P'.I..I I. "hm.. or rai-e. ahall not five mill on the .. .
For County Superintendent of Public inN all week to help her, but N sloSH >', ef SB ti A I sin EI-I.. Vovemher. 11)24 the t I ler of the vaaeaaed valuation, of *u fh IntanvIbl .
atruetlon. VRi ,,f SC4! known aa Ulltch property', which epeelal' rate or rate,
didn't better. NOne NOW. or
For" County Surveyor. fi H she day I said get to any the B place .. .._:_._____._ __.,, C f>. M Inmaa n___-__ -_ 7110 """TIJ/I fRP. .|.I. ClAY... Stats CRAWFOHD. of the ta*. collected Lh.f'om. may he upiotrtlon.si
doctor Iftl '
For Five County Commlaalonere | 1 a on SId. of NE'4 ef 8Et .. S 1 (J. M. Inman ............. toO Florida do.hereby' lve .f. by the I..I.tur' ex.eluaive .
,
For Three Member:: of th* County Board of D 'I believe I will try Black- :3 I Per.onl .--_ _h_.______.. 1 A. O. Andrea ......_ --. .. 400. *on I 1 GENERAL* CI.F.CTION notice that a I nf all ..h.. I... county, .h.1 .and

Public I Inctructton. H Draught, it helps my liver.; N Prrarmal, -__ _______.__ Hefinett Oencery Co. -.....n< Ssnol will be held In each) county In Florida l municipal taxe : and .h.1 preacrlbe aucN _u
For Juatice of th. Peac In and for th. fol- M H. said that I might try it Nand | Peraona! ...______--._ T. A. Rrinann --._____.150O lowlnaJuatic.. Dlatricie. via. P..n.' h...______________. Oreen Cove Fum. A. In property both real and cxt>tlntf
a P. the "nn.l.
Dtatrlct No. 1 S to follow 1 1 directions. N P...nnal ._ _____.__ N. B. Hall ..._..C.01_ ._... 500" N..mhr. 111. laid Tuesday auch, property M may' be ..p. by law formunicipal
DiatHct No. t She was nauseated and Ncouldn't / ,n.1 --.__ ______. _. 1".1. Grl Co. .____ Wl Of 2OH FOURTH DAY OF NOVRMHER education 'literary seI.ntilis, rellirf'iu -
g l'rmofl.i ____._ l or charitable ..
: .
7. : eat rest. She beN _..noo for the ratillcatldn pl"
or ---- 11 or rejection of IS. paid
ForWConatahte In and for the follo..,mu Juit- n fi I 1'.1 -. -._._________. Jeme* flhepperd ......__._ ) Joint Reenluti'ina' The "0' east In .mpll.n.with saId pmpoaed -
t I propfeinaamendment
taking i Black-Draught _._ _______ 48an to
can Pc.n.l. ___. .
Ice Districts via l John Crtow .._ .. __ I fon-tltutinn of the Slate' of th .m..dmt. canvaae. ileeluratlona
District No. t. M and in "two" days she was N i'.nsnttaI' ._h._..__ _____ A, B. wnu.m.......-..... aoA 11' A JOINT RESOLUTION f'I..I.IL vl* : .t..rn. thereof shall be aubljt4 ,
: ? P..I ...u_.. _________ H. R .. r rop .lnaan to the .. and reatrtetlona
THatrict No. 2. greatly Improved and In a g onah / ________ 'f4"I I Amendment u> Article, IX of the eonatlti.llon .- ..I.to. .
-----------______ fl. H Yminar' ___.___. general .'
metrics No, 7. _- ) : of the Stele of p"ld .
.
week she wa up. Pemonal ._______ 4' 81. ..hl Relative to Te. t Florida.IN .
In T..timory Whereef.. I have hc"n'" gr A M. Darby -------___.4204 MOO : alien and Finance. ..
Set h.nd and "Ised the G..t ,4.l; "r BlairV-Draught Iteoit OU '. .4 ,I HiIt Resolved, by TIMONY "11101. I have here-
.h. 'toy Stat or Florida. .t T.II.h_. ,h.. rai", only one cent a dose. Sold N I I' hear, rompllaaee ...1 ald ..' .._. Ihe l.at a meeilnr t l held rVpt. Ith. | of Florida h Ualalature. of lh State Into .t hnlt and the Dreat aW|

11. thla U'. .np..bth day eol ,tucu't. \ II everywhere. i n-nn A I rMunna .. the af-imalit pr vp.t .o 1 Iher. b why the ".I., That the following amendment to Artlele I of the lute Florida, at T.II./ th. .
1
:i V.U2& H. CLAY CRAWJQRD.Stmte H_. p.99gir1l5aGUuU5NU : .h.by tl .Shall b. ehanied.c"7 I1' of the Constitution of th* State of Fr D.apital.loll.thi* the twe'y.Af''" of
Setreta'7 l M.
S. I reUtlv to Taxation and Finance
To .w. S. EPPERSOS. iii h...,'" Br.'orol. 11; aN Clerk FITCH. C. T. HOOVER i. inhered Section Eleven 'Hi I I of said Article' SEALI) f CLAY CRAWFORD. f

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE.' FLORIDA FRIDAY.- AUGUST 29, 1921


t Bradford County Telegraph I:"In the failure of congress to iegle"4'loriJji., Your attention n respect county unit for each twenty paid up I GUARDIAN'S NOTICEIn r

t I' late for the relief of the farmer; for,,, fully 'c! ll !(rto the fact that this district members a delegate to the Annual FOR OVER 40 YEARS r Court
----,-.-. of County Juilue County
of
',- | Br.d-
-- -- ir the farmer is In such fix that .
-- a > extends diagonally uc J"-n the!I State Convention to le held in St. HALJVS CATARRH METOCINB! has tord.

"C PnMtajhed wckind! : entered as I legislation only can save him, then | state from the gulf of Mexico to>, Petersburg, Florida, October 0, 192<1.I been used successfully In the treatment Notice I U hereby given to all whom it may
"' Catarrh concur, that I. N. J. Moore, aa ftutinhanof .
there IB
i little for the
second class matter, at the post, I use American the Atlantic Ocean and that both i I By this time it is expected that every '! CATARRH 'MEDICINE con- tha Eautrof Luclle (i 'Moon, a minor
I i people to make any further efforts Cedar Keys on the Gulf and FernanI ''county in the State of Florida will slJtiof an Ointment which Quickly' will on the :27th. day of September A, D.
si! ; office af Starke, Florida. toward National Relieve by local application, and the 1U24. at 10:00: a. m. or aa aoon thereafaru .
-.' I greatness. I dina on the Atlantic are in the die have perfected a County Association. Internal Medicine a Tonic,,, which acts the matter nay b, heard, apply to the
= -==-=- =-=--=- "The farmer has his periods of fat trict will have the honor through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Honorable R. A. 'It..n.. County Judge In and
to that
you And each will send to
1f B. S. MATTHEWS: ._________________Owner..land II lean, but there never has been a rep- county thus reducln the Inflammation. for Bald Bradford County; at hla office In
> resent. this annual convention at least three Hold by all druRRlata. Starke Florida, in aaid County, for
J. C. ROaiNSON_____ ____ an or
Miniglni Editor., time when he was justified in being i When Senator David L. Yulee con delegates. Then with delegates from IT. .. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. .der to sell at public or private aale. the

f discouraged. He may need, now organization .[ i jceived the Idea of building a railroad I I each county and every section of I aid A one-twelfth mlnor'a interest undivided to-wlt Interest. In and to

PUBLISHED KyERY FRIDAY a change in methods! or i from Fcrnarijina to Cedar Keys hisi i, Florida it will be an easy task to the following dMCribtui real wtate. altuate
.. access to new markets, but he cannot formulate constructive in from all parts of the state. The and being In StArk., Bradford County. Florida
-- --- i dream was to make Fernar.dina i, ( legislation to-wlt I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE be placed in the way of prosperity I (which was his home) a great At- the Interest of wild game life satis- Starke Telegraph says elaborate preparations The F..et hilt of Lon Numbered on., two

by legislation or by government I llantlc port and Cedar Keys an equallygreat ('i factory to the entire State. I I are under way for the biggest and three of Block Number two of
Wynn'i addition to the town of Stark.
Per Year _. -- ___ __ _-_ $1.60 I loans. The farmer who starts from Gulf port. At that time Jack- { Let us remember the larger the 'j day ever held in Starke, and a Florida In Narthweat Quarter of Southw.tQuarter

j- Six Months _._ 75c' : toe bottom can rely upon himself;; I nonville had no deep water and Tampa membership of every County Asso-',!:' i street parade, band music, big dinner, Kanve 22 of Emit.Section 28 Township 9, South.
his
'
'I. ra... ____ 'I,(' industry, thrift and frugality are. I was little more than a sandy !fishing ciation, the more influence it will ex- athletic sports and other amusements hated thin :23rd. dny at Auvuat' A. D. 1924.
proof against all sinister circumstances '
't N. J. MOORE.
; village on the HillsTiorough: Day act in molding public sentiment in will feature the -occasion. The
I 8-20-6t-0-2S Cimrdian( Luclle C. Moore, Minor
the farm is mine of
steady
,' ; ; | Senator Yulee completed his road I favor of strict adherence to all game governor has been Invited, and there
:I productilon in excess of all normal ,land named it the Atlantic, Gulf and I laws. I| will be !speaking" by prominent state SUBSCRIBE TO

requirements; for it to be otherwise' Weotlndia Transit Railroad. It i is I'I l I Politics is the dominant force of all and county speakers. "Have a lark THE TELEGRAPH
. I would) mean that civilization itself is I tin Starke September 12 is the slo-
/ failure." now the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.. (popular legislation This potent pow. ,
a Both the terminal points, Fernandina i1 ter I has to be considered. It cannot be i gan.-Times-Union.:

." I IliRINKIMCr HACK-o-THE BOPS and Cedar Keys, began to flourishand reckoned with by a few individuals.t j -0I -- I

I AND GIRLS grow. Then came the Civil War i I It will turn a listening ear to the The Starke Telegraph has the fol- uathft4-;

I and shortly after its close Senator voice of one or two and then forget. I lowing plan for getting it hack on I

(From Times-Union) Yulee died. 'I But when demands come from numbers China: "China sends America mahjongg r o

Mrs W. F. Blackman, one of the It in needless to relate how, in the '' and a big organization, legislators ; America should retaliate by

"> No. 4V54Meiuoershlp pruimnunt leaders in the Florida early eighties, Florida' began giving begin to sit up and take notice; I sending her a few thousand of our

( in National Highway Federation Women's Clubs, ad- its millions of acres of public lands I they realize that it is high time for jI j checker players." They ought to secure -

Association) ilru.iHjng the home 'flemonsl.iation away to newly incorporated railroad I j them to awake to the demand' of the the,players from "out in the

-- +ngcntH in a University of Florida companies to aid them in building chour I and that it is to their interest j I'tlcks.-Tlme8-Union. iSay

Wi NEWSPAPERS AND REALTORS meeting last week, briefly but earnestly I railroads all over the state and how Ito listen to the voice of the people.I -o-
I
tt COMAIUNITY BOOSTERS pleaded to have efforts madeto the building of these roads changedthe I At the last session of the Legisla- The following day Mattie Reese

4 have the boys and girls, the youthof map of the .state. It is needlessto ture hundreds of telc" 'lIms were I went to Mattie Baker, and prcr'cied: "Bayer Aspirin"INSIST

Major A. K Burnett, editor of the Florida/ brought back to their refer to the fact that both Fer: ,' wired to Senators aid Repreuenta- i to use her razor on the latter, nikiug!

} Winter Garden Herald, in an address elders, to those who have learned by nandina and Cedar Keys were left ;! lives. A State-wide game bill passed 1 four artistic "chops" on Mattie), i3aker's Unless see the
to members of the Orlando Realty the light of experience in order that high and j I personality, having cut Mattie you
dry, so to speak, and Jack I the Senate but died on the House! I j'
Board, said: they might lead them in paths more sonville on the Atlantic and Tampa, Calendar This game bill died in the in the back yard between the kitchon "Bayer Cross" on tablets you

"There are three ways in which permanently pleasant! more safe, on the Gulf sprung into great cities. !i House because a faw legislators and smoke house.-News Item ini are "not getting the genuine

tho newspaper und the realtor might those in which many of them are But, Mr. Green, both Fernandina would' not heed the voice of the I i I Lake City Reporter. Bayer Aspirin proved safe by

work to better a community.- First straying, in these days of. "easy going and Cedar Keys are unequalled and 1'' many Those Legislators are num- I -o- millions and
by
phy-
prescribed
o'' the should the ." The Starke Telegraph is the only
paper publish all unsurpassed natural harbors. Fer bered with the nonprogressive ele- ,,
,S ';', news that is lit to print, reserving !Mrs. Blackman touched on one of, I nandina has received many hundreds.of ment that hamper the State's welfare 'paper in the state to introduce a sicians for 24 years.

*' only those items which will have no I-the sorest spots In human society to-, thousands of dollars from the I and continued progress. I I I bob-hair column. The paper prints Accept nly.a

effect on the public but to furnish day. If she accomplishes nothing government in aid of its harbor and 1 One writer has correctly said, comments from state papers on the A I

i gossip topics. Second, the newspaper else in her federation work than to, in the building of its great jetties.1( "Contrary to the opinion of some bobbed-hair situation and has no s Bayer package'

\ should uncover the devices of a man save boys and girls from error of the, Cedar Key has been almost entirely l! people all office holders are not per- trouble finding plenty of material to

{, who halts the upbuilding of a city ways in which many of them are proceeding neglected.You should see to it, Mr. ; sonally against game legislation, 1 fill up the space.-Times-Union. which contains proven directions '

instead of aiding it. Third, the paper she will do the greatest pos- Green, that a sufficient appropriation but they have followed the line of -- handy "Bayrr" boxes of 12 tablets

should stand behind the boosters, and aible good that can be accomplished. is obtained from the government'to least resistance because it Is more |[ Most of all the other beautiful Ala iinttli-a .of 21 and 100-Druggists

+" help do away with the knockers. Let it not be understood that the make the harbor of Cedar Keys emphatic. Many actually believe things in life come by two and threes, Aplrln IK the erode mark of Barer Mann.facturr .

"The realtors, on the other hand, youth of today are condemned, that what nature intended it should be. I I while making their campaign trips ', by dozens and hundreds. .JTenty of e.* aa0aenackielur: of Sallcyllcactd

find their duties to the newspapersin they are not what they ought to be. Cedar Keys is immediately on the) {I that the majority are against gamj I roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows;

furnishing constructive news items Far from it. There are at this time, Gulf. It Is not on some bay or up ,laws and conservation because theyj1: brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins -

,'.. and advertising, the essential things comparatively speaking, just as many some river away from the Gulf but' hear more from that side and decide but only one mother In all the

t for newspapers. I worthy girls and young women, justas it is immediately on it. And yet it is" '! to cater to it. Furthermore, on that wide world.-Kate Douglas Wiggin.

u many noble and manly boys as at well' sheltered from storms. ( account many conscientiously think -.-

r+' ONT UE THE "OTHER FELLOW" any time in the past. But there are, It would benefit Gainesville very they I' are doing the right thing." r

I at the same time, too many who, I ly greatly if Cedar Keys could be properly i After haviing traveled thousandslof kceMi 11
About 15,700 lives were lost in their conduct, their aspirations and improved and made a port of miles throughout Florida, speakIng I nl

motor vehicle accidents (exclusive I their efforts, are not to be commended entry. And Gainesville is the largest: ','| here and there and interviewing [ Film Actress Testifies j
I
of grade crossing collisions between i, and, therefore, are outside the city in your district, Mr. Green. It hundreds of voters and citizens, I

motor vehicles and trains) in the i pale of approbation. To these latter is unnecessary to remind you that ,:have learned from personal observation (: I

United States during 1923, an increase I| Mrs. Blackman would direct the serious water transportation is always a i*I and experience that the Florida I] e

of nearly 2,000 over the 10221 I attention of the elder membersof check on railroads. Gainesville has' I j' Game and Fish Protective Association -'
record. Grade crossing fatalities j wholesale houses and we have rail- '' in fish I
society urging them to do what is steadily progressing ] ,
make a total exceeding 17,000. I roads radiating from this city to I find that /
they can to bring back the boys and and wild game protection.
k This estimate was made by the Na- I girls to those who are older, who every quarter of the compass. You I more hunting license have been old yV'N q4v I

tional Safety Committee of the Autn- know, better than youth, the trays of will have no more Important matter ,than in previous years, and that a'' P'T II

", 1 mobile Department of the National !I the world and the needs of he times.: on your hands while you are In congress I wholesome regard for legal limit is'; t I

Bureau of Casualty and Surety Un- I --o- than this and you will find I .being respected. |

derwriters on the basis of statistics THE COMING STATE both Senator Fletcher and Senator j i I am more and more convinced thata

1, of 13S cities. Trammell! ready to help you. wide-awake County Association' U'n '

rt" It may be all right to insure your I Miami Herald: Ten years l is not u I affiliating with the State Association I

car against lire theft, collision, public long: in the life of a state, but it has PLEADS FOR Is the surest and quickest way to ,

liability and property," damage, and made a tremendous difference in the FISH AND GAME PROTECTION j I''chanjiu! public opinion that encourages OI
no long.as the accident which may be
standing of Florida among the states. game violations. I
I due to your carelessness merely hurts (By Cecil It. Philips.)
Ten years ago Florida was largelyin I I nin of the opinion that a one hun- I c.crc I Ir.
the "other fellow" let the Insurance Representative Witherington of I I
you ,
a condition of sclf-contentmont.} dred per cent American, a patrioticman
company worry about the There were stirrings here and thereof Orange County, in the "Apopka law-abiiler, a red-blooded'I Miss Ann Luther, film star, who
a
cost. But if you happen to be the Chief" states: "I was gratified dur- U suing Jack White, millionaire
the spirit of progress. A few cities )I
'I sport
for $100,000
S mining man,
"other
; fellow. Insurance collected by ing the last Legislature to find al-
were beginning to aspire and fish. { the
I to greater I our game promise, as she appeared on
t your heirs may not help you in the for the whole most a universal sentiment among In the wanton Los re IsThe
things, on the state)j I The main factor witness stand in Angel
place to which you go. I' the members from various counties I I (
,
was somnolent and satisfied. In the I destruction of our fresh water fish cently.
No insurance has yet been found favoring fish and wild life '
opinion of the rest of the country it game, and wild game is the market hunter; i
which will prevent death and injury; was a backward, unprogressive state. ( preservation." l, the dynamiter and seiner. Along I'
hence, it to be careful. Since the last of the ) first
pays I Today all that la chunureil. There la f session Legislature with these destructive elements Is f'

hardly 'a section of }Florida which is I i this sentiment has been steadli the night lantern hunter and those I % -

TAXATION TAKES PROPERTYThat I not definitely! seeking to develop its i ily growing stronger and stronger i, who pledge themselves to uphold the ;' -- --

any state should confiscate I ': rcsource There 1 is hardly a town of]|I throughout In travels the state tho of Florida.State in the I I game laws but forget; aid kill more 1Some Factor in

4} all farm lands and make tenants o( ''any size which has not sought out its' Interest my of the over Florida Game and than one is entitled to, or non than ,
the advantages and tabulated them, | the legal limit. I
4 i occupants would seem unbelievtt'u'.u. -
t1; : But the process is under way,, which has not set up some plan of considerable Fish Protective Association, I find Woe to the Influence of any Game j I'I'I '
anxiety shown by
and at present rate of progress will future growth and I development, ,I Association whose members! violate r SuccessfulAdvertising
bo accomplished within lifetime of which is not undertaking some form thoughtful people over the danger of i| their sacred pledge in the wood
the extermination of wild life that >
of publicity by which the attractions after I
r r present generation.Dr. I' game.
R. T. Ely, of University of Wisconsin mny be set forth to the world. Nor is I State is such a well valuable asset of the to our fair |'i' It is simply astonishing to find
greatest
as as one
r shows, by officlaltax recordsof the activity all in planning. There attractions to the pleasure-seeker and the amount of wild game life in I
f states, and also figures compiled has developed an amazing power to : Florida as I have recently ween. But '
red-blooded
spoilsman. ,
r by bureau of economics of Department do. j if the reports are true that hunting I -- --

There is element in the fight
of Agriculture, that the states Florida is probably the most discussed for the conservation one protection and parties' are killing eight and ten deer Hiker I r S. .
state in the Union. The recent and wild turkeys within a
will soon absorb by taxation all in. perpetuation of Florida's fresh water ] twenty I I
como of farm lands.It activities have created an entirelynew three' days' hunt, then there is gross
fish\ life that be
wild must
l Is a principle of law that to take reputation. Mention the state overcome and in a game sane and tolerant man- :violation of law; a disregard for the The ad that is
all income from is anywhere and there is an Immediate 'rights and privileges of others, as
property practically ner, that Is the idea that local i;i
the same to take the response of interest. People have the 'well as a wanton destruction of wild
as property laws of benefit than State read
itself.In idea that tho state is doing big are more a j, life. Nothing less than a State Game | gets results
wide bureau of i\\
Ohio, farm lands between 1880 things and is doing them far more I This change protection.of local opinion to I j Warden with competent State Game (
quickly than other state is doing 'Deputies backed by live wire
and 1920 Increased in value from any State wide authority will be slow in up I .e. e

e $1 .97 to $113.17 IIn acre, while taxes them. coming about unless the State press I, County and State Associations will
I
The future is absolutely secure. systematically and efficiently i
from 1913.21 increased 177 cent. 'ever
per takes this most important matter in
I In Kansas values increased from $10.- Florida has curtain resources that are !| !hand and gradually but surely educate I ]regulate the taking of fresh water Your ads Mr.
not to be found anywhere else. There I wild 1 ,
!fish
08 in 1880 to $02.30 In 1920, and taxes j tho masses into the full light and game. ,
are cert a I in climate advantages, and I The sanest in opinion to I
271
b per cent from 1913 to 1921. and advantage of State wide protec- way my
Since 1920, 'land values have docreased 1 advantages of location that cannot tion. conserve, protect and perpetuate our Merchant; :will be
I be elsewhere matched. These have always ,
at an average of twenty per It is impossible to accomplish wild game life is by acts and not
any-
cent. Taxes' 'on the other hand have existed but the world did not thing in the way of conservation, I mere words. To always remember
know of them. Now that the knowledge brother is entitled -I read-just like
shown the opposite tendency. A statistical protection and perpetuation of freshwater that our sportsman you
is coming to the world these is I to a just share of all and
chart of taxes and farm Income fish or wild game life by a few i
( would show the line for taxes nothing to stop the progress which Individuals scattered here and there; ,:fish, is the slogan of the Florida I -
has begun. Game and Fish Protective are now reading
in i
steadily curving upward past eight real and lasting benefits can only ; !
cinch. ,
Florida today Is
Betting on a
years, and now near to line of farm come from an organization formedin tion.
Income..When It crosses that line the Those who came In an earlier day and throughout Florida. I If every true and loyal sportsmanwill I this--if

work of confiscation is complete. Invested themselves and their wealthin To every make county the fight for the conservation I obey the laws and kill his allowance tsx ; I II you brightr..
the state are reapling the reward the limit
and not exceed legal ,
"The power to tax Is the power to of our wild life a permanentsuccess
.i.i'U
destroy." of their foresight, and there may each unit if the dynamiter, seiner and market I them
organized county I en with
never be qulto the opportunities that hunter will stop their wanton destruc- up
with the State
GREATNESS-0- there have been in the past, bat the must affiliate Associ-I tion, our wild game and fresh water +,

: opportunities of the present are suf. ation.Article III., Section 2 of the Con- fish will forever be with us. a illustrations from f.
.ot
With wheat and cotton advancing, ficiently alluring to attract anyone stitution and By-Laws of the Flor- We must all remember: "That ina

Thanksgiving dime will see the vision. ida Game and Fish Protective Asso- Democracy of free people, the protection

American farmer father along to- There Is no possibility of going elation reads: "Each County Association !- of wild game and the preser- the complete cutservice

ward normal conditions than the wrong in Florida for the govern- affiliating with this Association vation of all other natural redo bees j
wholesaler ment which has begun cannot be which underlie national prosperityand
manufacturer or or re- (State Association) an annual
Florida takes its place we now
and
tailer. stopped per capita tax of fifty cents for each happiness must depend finally as
The Burlington. Iowa, Post says: among the great commonwealths of active dues-paying member of such 'does the stability of the govern nent ..y b4-:

While we do not accept statements the country. County Association, said per capitatax I itself upon the support "and willing furnish to advertisers '

as to deplorable farming conditions a to be accepted by each County t service of every citizen.

;' unreservedly the fact that THE PORT OF CEDAR KEYS Association." This entitles every o in theTELEGRAPH

agriculture, our basic Industry, The live city of Starke is planning --
The Gainesville Sun. In A recent
should even be suspected of Insolvency Hon. for a gala day, September 12, this
editorial, addressed R. A. Green
is sufficient to excite wonder. the -f date being National Defense day. The --eh. above shows Joseph .
thusly on subject -"ing
"There was an unconscious wisdom apr ,celebration to be given in the Brad- Yraak M&aiBf of New York start. i
the port of Cedar Keys: Ing hi* bike around the world
i J Jf ford county capital will be under the with
pile Cared in o to 14 DayaCreagLt.r.tuadmemgPAZ001NTN To lion R. A. Green. Dear Sir: auspices of the local military com an album in which be will gather
CUT falle After the 4th of next March you UM signatures of royalty. The volume
'cub"' BltoA Bl_dln. or from tLls pany. A committee has been appointed ) win be carried
pcaw PrtfrydUnlnetantir will be the congressman tn a push art
...... reUecee itching Pile .... roa : to look after all the details of the President
Ft rCod| 4 LetCirippt f Coolidge
auuet n&AiJI ataep after Ira avDlfcaUuo." (us. the 2nd Congressional Dutrlc: of v > r was the Brat
._ celebration, and visitor are invited to sign his MOM in the book.





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