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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 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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HEALTH BOARD I i! JESSIE LEWIS JACKSONVILLEI 1 DIES AT HOME IN SPEND THE DAY IN STARKE NEXT ,, CIIILUIIEN:MUST UNDKH:NOT'' DRIVE IB IE.ALTOS1\RS: : I I' NEXT FRIDAY' ';


I I Bradford County Citizen. :i Sheriff Warn Parent! Attaint "'hill 1

URGES ACTION Passes \way-Buried. Monday l i dren Driving! Motor \'chicle* |

at Graveley- Hill I- FRIDAY; PLAN TO ENTERTAIN 5000 I Sheriff Epperson;: ; Is, again+ iitnumg HOLIDAY FOR

Jacksonville, hept. 1-The I I his
many warning to parents who are ai-
:: ONDENGUE friends of Jesse Lewis will regret to Responses From-All Sections ,'I JOI5 J : I, three rounds aniauter boxing lowing children under 10 year of AllSCHOOLSTEACHERS
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learn of his death which occurred (-.prize $:J.,",010.HI age to drive motor vehicles. A state l- '
yesterday. at his residence, No. 228 'I I' law
I Indicate Largest Gathering :: ) cliiiiliing of grenscy pole prohibits thin practice 1 of children
SWAT THAT MOSQUITO" Reynolds street, after being confinedto 'I prize $2..">(). I driving, and it is a.. much for their
his home for several months. For in Starke for Years 'surety ns for pedestrians and other I AND PUPILS ARE
AMPAIGN IN EVERY TOWN years he was connected with the mail I 11-00() catching greased pig. Call experienced drivers who must use 'URGED TO COMETOSTARKE

| service and for five years was mail BASKET DINNER AT PARK i I Street--prise- $2.50. tho streets and highwn>''H, A child
ngue Fever. is Now Prevalent in clerk between Jacksonville and points I 12:00: Bucket dinner at Park. under sixteen can drive, provided !School' Ito.irdKrers: : ; to Pay \11||

the State, and State Hoard of i i north and south. The past seven NOTED SPEAKERS ENGAGEDOn I 1:00: !Military Demonstration, Call they are accompanied by an older Teacher for the Dmh... liegister .
Health Appeals For AidA |, years he had been employed as car "und Walnut Street intersection. person. \\ Ilh Superintendent I
''rier in the business district of Jack. the Day Set Aside for Testing of ( -
' urd'ng to a communication sonville. I, 1:30 mule race Madison Street :\l.\llG:u IKI: 'i'irs 'i 1''i ST.\cn.; : At tho regular ;monthly/ meeting of

oni (deorge; W. Simons, Jr., Chief j lIe was forty-five years of age and Machinery: Provided for Our j; -prize $5.00. I $T"U': sium( the school board Monday' lasl the

|.BnitHi'v' engineer for the Flurida was a member of Lowery Memorial National Safety Starke Will Cooperate j[ 2:00 horse ral.'eIadlson! Street board l declared Friday, September 12,

"tat. Board of Health, dengue fever Baptist church, taking great Interest in the Defense Demon-1' -prize $5.00. I Marguerite's Millinery will stage the day set aside for. National De

,IIIUII becoming prevalent,; over the in the work of the church. Besideshis ration of the Nation.A i j 2:30 auto race paveM street welt a style show ut the Gaiety Theatre fense Tu"l \DIIV, to be n holiday for

tt.. mused solely from the ordi- aged mother, Mrs. J. S. Lewis, ho of Court HUIIHO-prize $5.00. I next TuL'mlwy evening in connection all schools in Bradford l county, and(

aroncry mosquito, his! olHcialBine is survived by his wife and two children record-breaking crowd Is 3:00 Parade. j I with the regular evening program. urged teachers and pupils alike to
being Culex QuinquefusciatuH. James Lewis and Mrs. Gladys pre 4:00 Speaking at Park. The very latent styles in hats and make plans for being in Slarke that
| It has been difficult during thest Sales; his brothers, Edward Lee, dicted for Starke next Friday, Sept. / Formation of Parade dresses for the fall and winter 111'will ''- day to participate with other schools

>oar or so to inspire much en- Herman, Max, and. Russell and his 12, when the National Defense Test I Police, Hand' und Military company son be displayed) hy living/ mod- in the parade t

busiusra in mosquito control work sisters, Mrs. S. II. Walden, Mrs. II. Day demonstration will be carriedout -Call street, front of courthouse eK Teachers who can be In Starke

lei the state, the letter states, and C. Peeler and Mrs W. B, Haffner, all citizens and military taking part | I Miss Shriver curries a complete that day will bt. paid for their lime,
n appeal is made to every one in his I of this city. in the patriotic program arranged )I American Legion, World W"ar Veterans line of millinery, dresses and novelties provided they register lit the office of

mmunity to immediately begin The funeral services will be held at for the day. Indications are now that Spanish War Veterans Con- ,( at reasonable prices und is. constantly the county superintendent before
Jrork In an effort to control the 4 o'clock this afternoon from the Starke will entertain many thou- I federate Veterans and Boy Scouts adding. to her lint of sitti lied\ eleven o'clock In the morning.

read disease, which is entirely pre i, Sea hole Funeral Parlors, Rev. W. sands of visitors from Bradford and I North side Call street, between customers. The advance, showing of Starke:; and her citizen extend a
Temple and Broadway. full and winter styles at the theatre cordial invitation
entable. to
f II. adjoining counties. every pupil,
to
I Taylor officiate. Members of
A little concerted, timely action the postal employes will escort the Not is being left unturned to I'j School l'hililren-Ninth street, between next Tuesday, is: the lirxt of its. kindin teacher und patron of the county to

kill head the scourge off, Mr. Si- body. The interment will be in Grave- make the day a notable one. The committee I Call and Temple avenue. Starke, such events being mainly come and Join In the foittMtles.! The
one declares, if quick action is tak- ley Hilt cemetery. appointed to look after the U. D. C.-Temple avenue, corner I confined to the larger towns. text of the superintendent's Instructions -

4n in the form of a "swat that mos- amusement of the visitors has been Call.Women's SPEEDING ON 11I<;:11 w.nIS1': \: to the chairman of school trustees -
uito" campaign in every communityn Jacksonville, Sept. 2-The funeralof working night and day on the pro- Clubs all towns, Secret sroi', SAYS THE Sli Kill I'F' is as follows:
the state. lIe appeals for the aid Jesse Lewis was held at 4 p. m. gram for the day, and there will be Organizations-Temple avenue, be- I At n regular meeting of thu School

[>f every citizen of Florida. yesterday from the Seashole Funeral events that do not appear on the tween Call and Jefferson' Streets. Sheriff Epperson has declared war Board, held 'September-1 I, it was ordered -

1'01' the past two years the State Parlors. Members of tho postal printed list for the day. City Om..ials-North chic Call ;I on those persons who arc using the by the Hoard: "That Friday! ,
ourd of Health Bureau of Engi- I service escorted the body. The local National Guard 'organization street, between Temple avenue and completed portion of the state highway September 12 11/21 1! be, and the name

e"rllll has been urging community I Rev. W. II. Taylor conducted. the will occupy the center of the Broadway .street.Miscellaneous i for a speedway. Drivers: would hereby i II, declared a holiday/ In the Y

nosquito! control. Many communities service at the grave in Graveley Hill stage. Around this organization will organizations and i do well to acquaint themselves with schools I of thin county; und that all
have responded nobly to our numerous cemetery. The floral tribute was. very rally the citizenship of the countryin citizens-South side Call street, be-:i the limit they are allowed to make teachers and, pupils lie urged to attend -

appeals; during 1923, nearly 50 large and beautiful. Mr. Lewis was a demonstration of what this tween Broadwuy and Orange. I IKoute with their machines, and stay well I the National Defense Test )Day I

1'lorula communities engaged in in- well beloved by his many friends. and country could do in case of actual of March i j (thin the limits. demonstration, to .be held at Starke
itenmvu mosquito control work on a the funeral was largely attended.) He need. America depends not upon mili- East on Call Street to Cherry, | i"n that day."
ommunity basis and everywhere our I IuKjCt' was employed in the government tarism but upon the patriotism of north on Cherry to Ninth, west on MARSHAL: UKDIdSIl TAKKN: 'InL1WTEY This National Defense Test Day

: He also held a charge of preachingin Call, east on Call to Cherry, north I necessary and important part of education
i, .. i i., indorsed and approved."It teer your services to your country. V. IC. Reddish, city marshal of Law-
on Cherry to Seventh street, mst on I both along the lines of
two churches in Duval and Baker Among the speakers for the day I who patriotIsm 'ra
has been difficult during this toy, was shot Saturday, Aug.
counties. will be Judge A. V. Long, of Palat- Seventh to City Park.REGISTRATION ( and citizenship; and you are +
'par, to inspire the same degree of I 23rd, when he attempted to arrest
Mr. Lewis resident' urged to use efforts and Influ-.. k-
was formerly a ka, one of the leading jurists of I your ,
enthusiasm in mosquito control work HOOKS four young men for creating u disturbance .
of this from the Brooker 1'1'1.1 ( nee to secure the at
county, altcmlunre
the who will deliver the
state, 1
a i-, was so evident last: year. This pa- OPEN IN DISTUCTSt: had sufficiently recovered
don. The many friends of the de- triotic address. Captain Everett M. Starke, on that date, of. just us many
year our citizens have assumed a I from his wounds to l 1.0 removed to
ruther indifferent, apathetic attitude ceased will learn of his death with Yon, Inf., (D. O. L.) U. S. Army, The registration books will be his home Saturday. Indications are of the people of your community usOBSilllu.

tuwurd the work, have passed the genuine regret. will speak on "The National Defense opened in the different precincts! of now that he will continue to gain In .

burnt of active execution to the city'ssanitary CLEAN UP THE PREMISES Act." The speaking will be in the the county from Monday, Sept 1st strength until he is restored: '0. ,,It is desired that each school, mi- .
inspectors or city's author-! | afternoon at the city park, Immedi- until Saturday, Oct. 11th for the health. I" leadership of its principal and
To the I the which registration of electors in tho ,teacher' take part and march in
ties. I Citizens of Starke: 'ately following parade, !general -
Dengue is now appearing in the I There is an ordinance of our town will disband,at this point. election Tuesday November 4th. I t r )BOYS TO KKFOUM__:_._ : SCI1OOI!\ ) I'the: posse during this demonntraI -
state. Dengue is a preventable disease -j which is as follows: "Section' 112.1 Following the custom of havingthe Supervisor of Registration Knight I t I 'ionNo
of best brass band obtainable the has the following deputy Sheriff Epperson left Monday i""IK'hi" r will be paid for tenoh-
conveyed only by the ordinary, It shall be the duty all )persons! appointed : '
domestic, receptable, rainbarrel, within the limits of the town of !I''committee has secured a noted band, registration officers: morning for Mariannu where he plue- n:; on i Si'u: Miibor 12th, but will
tin can species open of mosquito-Culex Starke, Florida, to keep their premi- '. from Jacksonville for the day. The No. I, I..awtey-G. W. Robert ed two colored! boys, Walter Grocn
Qumquefasciatus.) Dengue is: probably -. sea clean and clear of all weeds, and jflt'caved j local military company will take an No. 2, Starke, North J. F. Kick and form Walter school Lee In Franklin, in the rv- lat
juvenile court I that day. 1't
the most easily preventable corn- animal or vegetable mat j important part In the activities of liter. I week
Judge Green sentenced them
Now is the time for the Starke has the enviable No.3 Starke South J. W. Moi- to II. H. WIGGINS, /
imimcable disease wo know of, pro- ter. you to cut day. reputation -
vided the individual and collective I all weeds before the seed matures. of having the largest company the school of correction until they I Superintendent. I'ulilic Instruction, : n
gan.No. were 21 years of ago.: IAI'l'IJCAVTHTT'OH Hindford" <'o citizenry: do not assume an attitudetoo I notice many premises or lots in the state, due to the efforts IGraham-C. I). Uoberts. I .. ;
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indifferent and thereby permit where the weed have not been cut, 'of Capl. J. L. Peek and his lieuten- No 5, Hampton-A. A, Futch. : 'IKACIIKU'SCKUTIFICA'IKS IL S. OPENED WI1'Ii i ,,\!no KATJKNDV1SCK tt

Dengue to get a foot hold. If some- and the marshal is instructed to see ,ants.The No.6, Thoressa, A. Young- ); :: I : : aa
thing is not done at once to prevent that said ordinance is: enforced. I' Day's Program blood. '
dengue it will exact its toll duringthe Respectfully, 10:00: 100 yd. dash. Call Street No. 7, New River-M.[ L. Johns. At the examination;; ; for teachers'I Three hundred! and fifty pupils .f

..".,.alning months of the year C. L. PEEK, Mayor. -prize 250. No., 8, Brooker-D. W. Hazcn. held by Supt. Wiggins during the.unrolled lost Monday morning In the '

and possibly seriously affect our incoming past month the following were j I 1 Bradford County high school, and r
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tourist population. I present and took the tents required I the enrollment Is increasing dally. .
,I by the state before certificates\ can j A, goodly number of patrons and '
"This official notice from the
is an '
State Board of Health; it requestsyou I t THE BEST OF FRIENDS MUST PART be Issued: ,'l I friends attended the morning exerrises -
Barney McRae, Laura Wynn, Bobbie < in the sihool,, auditorium, and ,
to immediately devote your com-
control If Layton, Edith Collins, Starke. it the: program was opened. by the song, M
munity mosquito i
program.
will doubtless Laura Joyner, Daisy Moore, Th rossa. "Morning Hells, with Mm. A. E.
action is not taken. we I
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Wall directing the music and MUn
have of the dengue I
epidemic -
a repetition
Belle Weest, Eva Wllllums, (Hump-I Iris Epperson ut the piano.
of 1922. Now it the time to
Knv.: W. K.; Duughurty/ of the
get busy with this problem. A little, ton.Leta '
concerted, timely action will head Fogg, Linnie Fogg, !,onluFogg Christian[: church, read a scripture
Gladys Wasdln! Alvin Wasdin, lesson, und Kev L. H. Simpson, of
this off depend
--con we up
scourge (LeKoy Wand In, Jrahuni. the: Methodist church, lead In prayer
on you? Annie !Mae Martin, Hawthorn. The devotional exercises. were fallowed .

"Respectfully yours, Ollie Hague, Brooker. ( by the thorus "Hustle\ and
"GEORGE. SIMONS: JR.
) Louie Belie Moore, Agnes Joyner, Unn."
Chief Sanitary Engineer.
Juanitu Holland[ Joyce Terry Lawtoy. II. II. Wiggins, superintendent of

METlfODIST Colored applicants! : Albert Emanuel public instruction fur Bradford: coynty -

is. Roosevelt Smith, Sarah Jenkins, t: und Kev. L. W. Kickliter, chairman
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m Comer r Mildred Paul. county board of public Instruction ''

,I bring your children.Preaching < i :: made addresses suitable to the ,'

by the pastor Rev. I.. UNION COUNTY HOY IIKM'H, : l: ,iccnsion. Prof. H. :S.; Duwling, principal
B ;, 10 FIND:; ) ITALIAN .. ..JIo.IC: ,
:Simpson, at 11:00: o'clock Sunday c made a number of announcements -
i morning and also in the evening at I OUT ON T lE .>LK\N concerning the school work,

i 8-00:() o'clock. .I also thanked the committal from the
The following interesting newswas
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening I Woman's Club who had assisted In
furnished by Hon.[ John P. Coffin -
t at 8:(00.)() I cleaning, the school building/ for the
I of Chicago\ and we are glad to
Now that the summer is over it is II l opening day. The committee In
hoped that the attendance will I I publish, same: E. K.
[ greatly charge: were Mrs. Ferryman,
increase, and that all members of "Union' county hall come to the Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch and Mn. R. F.
[the church will work together for front. If it had not been for the keen Clark:

the advancement of Christ's cause.Let's I sight, quick perception and fidelity Considering. the excellent faculty
11t to: duty of a Union county boy the and equipment the school term of

t ]Italian[ tier, Lieut. Antonio Looitclli, 1021-25: ( will doubtless be one of
Go would never been found nnd saved.<< marked successIIENNKIT'S.

Willie Pinkston, of Dukes, was on
m TO ALL MEN, WOMEN AND the: lookout for signals, on the Richmond : SIOIlK: KOHIiKH:

[CHILDREN OF THE COUNTIESOF I II and seeing a faint green glimmer ; .
ALACIIUA, BAKER, BRADFORD I I'' In the distance, nearly ten milesaway The store of llennett's Grocery Co.
CLAY AND UNION: he reported to the commanding van entered by a burglar on Monday
I li, officer, and though they doubtedhe light end the cash register robbed
September 12th, 1921 has been / t II Insisted and they turned the vessel of. a small amount of change.. Ill

designated by the President of the PARK you* I to the point he Indicated. The result presence was, detected by Freeman
[United States as National Defense VACATION was that after an hour's steaming Johns, who wan passing the store
est Day. WEAPONS i; they discovered the plane anti and noticed the negro leaning over

4 You are urged to show your patriotism rescued the fliers. All honor to Signalman t.ha register. He notified the officers,

on that day by taking part Pinkiton, of Dukes, Union but. the negro'. escaped before they arrived -
Iw the demonstration at Starke. .; I at the scene. With the sheriff,
-' county nay.
Come early bring your dinner, F" Chief Kite and Night Marshal! Al- t
. r Rod stay late. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns are ,rare attempted to trail the thief

You'll enjoy it.LET'S. Ot !wKlirneoe I pending several weeks at the L. A. ,with dog from the state farm, but
:Davie cottage, Kings/! lake. ,were unsuccessful.1'J .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 19:
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earth promptly. I
man BO
NEGRO BRUTE Friends of the little girl and her Kitchen declared the performance of by Mr. Ford and a number of pass ever used on the Great Lak.

family are rejoicing over the fact Woodlawn : the 3,000 horse power Sun-Doxford Camp- V official, the flagship Sialiaescon.ng On Lake Erie during the run fr
Valenca, of Ecrose to Toledo music from br ,,
of bruises
number ,
for
that except a Diesel engine was most satisfactory, her part of the
shock her day here : way. casting stations in Detroit and Clef
and the severe to nerves
KILLED BY LIVE the little girl is unharmed and will Mrs. D. B. no trouble of any kind being experi- The Benson Ford was built at the I land served to determine the boa

be her self again. R. J. enced. To effect minor adjustments to Great Lakes Engineering Works, exact position. This innovation
soon the week. thp steering equipment) the anchor Ecorse, Michigan. She is 612 feet modern navigation practically elite)

OAKCIT1ZENS SENATOR FLETCHER IN FLA. Mrs. S. II. was dropped outside of Port Huron long with 63-foot beam and a draftof nates fog hazard the bane of sloping ,
D. B. I for a few hours. These adjustments, 21 feet, and when she swung out since water transportation I ,
Washington, Aug. 30. Senator although anticipated could not be from her berth at Ecorse into the
visitor
j HAD ATTACKED LITTLE Duncan 17. Fletcher left today for to made until the boat had been tested Detroit: River channel the entire ab- gan.United States Shipping Board
:Miami where he will be the truest of Misses, under load and actual running con- acme of smoke from her stack made interested in Diesel motor equipm '

GIRL, STOLE GUN AND '!.friends for a week or more before attended a ditions. her conspicuous among the shipping and had a representative accomp
proceeding to Jacksonville for the I T. Norman The coal she carries was taken on craft. However, a stack on a Diesel the Benson Ford on the run fr--,
HID IN SWAMP purpose of attending the Sovereign evening. board at Toledo. Ohio and came from motor ship is not built for smoke but Ecorse to Toledo.
| Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows and presiding Miss the Ford collieries in Kentucky. On instead to house exhaust silencersfor
Sheriff Lyle and Men Took Ne. at the opening session. From trig this the return trio she will carry iron great internal combustion en- Possibly that band of saxophon
Chance With desperate mack Jacksonville he will go to Sanford guest of ore carrier of the Ford fleet berthed gines. players which is roaming the land ha
-Poxse Exonerated.Live 'I and be the guest of the Chamber of Mr. Upton mines; in Upper Michigan On the Among other unusual features\ in hit upon traveling in a pack purely fo-:
i Commerce for "Several days looking business way to Toledo to pick up her first equipment the latest addition to the the purpose of self defense.
Ook, Aug. 23.: -A negro was .t -M -MHMI
into the matter of a proposed water-
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hot and killed by a sheriff's posse -- -
connecting the St. Johns
way upper
today at about 12:30: o'clock after
and Indian rivers, and improvementof Duluth,
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man-hant of about four
an exciting
the St. Johns River later visit I tons of coal I
hours in which able bodied
every other sections of the State and return I delivery here
in and around Live Oak who
man ,
I' to Washington before Congress con tor ship
/ j Could shoulder a gun and get out,
\ent-i. on December 1. ore carrier
I participated. The negro wag known ()
I The Senator spent most of last'' here August :
; f to be a desperate character, and
. while have of summer traveling over the United Daniels
: some may thought a I .
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necktie it conceded that States as a member of a select committee !I
t party, was '
I I the searchers would take no chances of the Senate studying problems -------k h
of allowing him to escape or to shoot of reforestation and conserva- [ (r.
I J i. first. tion of the nation's timber resources; |F

I A corner's inquest was held this and based upon the report and recom- LO
afternoon over the body of the negro mendation of that committee Congress I
I passed a bill "To provide for I I II Ii
( and the jury rendered a verdict to II
, the protection of forest lands. for I
the effect that the negro came to his
: death at the hands of the sheriff'sposse I reforestation of denuded areas for i
\ in the discharge of their duty. the extension of national forests, and I /

. \1 Shortly after 8 o'clock this morns for other purposes, in order to pn. ->
j I Ing word was brought to Liye Oak I mute the continuous production of

that a negro had attacked the daugh( I timber on lands suitable therefore I t V s Q\t )
I That legislation will mean a great I
f ter of a prominent and well known i
\! family living near Live Oak, and deal to Florida if its provision art 0 pOSQ CAWT OOLT(1'

r within a short time Sheriff Lyle and I taken advantage of, and the Senator
j o posse of about three hundred men believes they will he.

I and boys were scouring the woods Senator Fletcher spent several
looking for him. months in the State last Fall but hit.

1 I The Little girl, in company with a I II been kept Washington ever .-"1" .
I mall cousin and a negro lad, had j jI i ir Congress adjourned on June T, In-,

I j been to a nearby field to gather "peas giving personal attention to vannu
r' for the noonday dinner. In going to II matters before the Departments iird
( the field, which wail some distances, Bureaus in which constituents w<'r>'
from the house, the children hud to Interested. While absent in Florida.
j i cross a highway. They were accosted his office, here, will be open every du\
by a negro, who asked the way to II and W. L. Hill his secretary, will w ,
town. The information was given and give prompt consideration to all nmmunications I ( r.
'. they went on into the field. The received. I
i attacked the little girl as they
negro EVANS SAYS KLAN. TO I
1 were returning from the field. Hefirst II
e
I COMBAT THIRD P.IRTYO'l'IiER1ViSE
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and
engaged her In conversation

.r ordered her to.go with him or else I NEUTRAL

i he would kill her. She refused to go, Huntington, W. Va.-Dr. II. W
\) whereupon be struck her several Evans, Imperial wizard of the Ku & _

i blows and picked her up bodily and Klux Klan, in a statement here mid
: threw her over the fence. In the that the strength of the invisible
meantime the child was putting up ar empire would be thrown against the
f valiant fight for her life and the other presidental candidacy of Senator

f r two children were screaming for LaFoIlette of Wisconsin, while .a
help which brought her mother and neutral stand would be taken on the 1

brother to their assistance. contest between President Coolidge

\ The negro ran north, going as far and John W. Davis, the Democratic '\ ,--- .. ....
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as Itixford where he entered a section candidate. j
house and took a shotgun and "LaFollette is the arch enemy of''
I ,' it basket of food. lie then went in an I I the nation," the statement said! "No You .NEED /'ttlo-r. FA.lL. r c
: easterly direction and was surrounded man who endangered the success. nf '
r ) In a s.wamp not far from the home I I his nation in time of war is fit to I ,Wh.n Edmund Carter Whitney ing down srea fob* and hit toUlarnlogt !
I of C. A. Johnson, in Pine Grove com- hold any ofllce, much less occupy the was born on Castle Street in Boston were fit a -. Out
munity. I ISheriff ( position through which the countr. 4I'I'I wheN Brigham's. of this h, lent: '10 a week to his r
I mother. H. clothed hbnMU the HAD1I HY
thirteenth on
Lyle scattered the men so Is I must. stand or fall. now stands, he wu the
remaining $1 a week or (52 a
J' to completely surround the swamp, j:i "Both Coolidge and Davis are national child. The family was exceedingly: year and bought( boon. He was
while he and Bob Morris went into >,' -, and Americans, aides of the I poor. Eddie as he was called educated at the knee of Mrs. it, was made Treasurer of the
i the swamp to drive their man from klan in the attempt to 'Americanize was practically given away. A Symms; bat when he was twenty- Marlborough Savings Bank and ap
cover. When he was discovered, a. America' and for this reason the man named Symms In Lancaster four year old be had worked his pointed State Bank Examiner. A
number of shots were fired simultaneously klan will take no palm' in the poltiral Masn., "took" Eddie>and started to way through colleg Returning few years later, when he was the
I, several taking effect in thenegro's make a farmer out of him. Begging I to Lancaster and rcfntering the sole support of the Symms family
;. of which would struggle an far as they are concerned. w. piteously for a chance at some Bank, he proposed and devised new and his own :family in Boston, h.
I / body anyone ." sort of clerical life Symma took methods of banking, which increased moved to Boston and organizedthe
,I have caused his death. j I Dr. Evan was here to preside over Eddie to the town's Savings Bank the bank's deposits nearlya Lincoln National Bank the
Sheriff Lylo wan aided in the' the tate convention of the klan St. Joseph and got htm a job as errand boy. million dollars. Before he was largest in the city. lie became its
March for the by two convict In his time he helped the he
negro! which in secret session here. photos spare thirty was Treasurer of the head and the Governor of Massachusetts
camp captains, who happened to bi opened / and Emile Chief'of the Fire Department the Bank, Chief of the Fire Department I appointed him a Brigadier-
in this vicinity with bloodhounds on II i| Florida's agricultural outlook in of Zupke'a Poctina ter and the Board of Se a deacon in the church, I General. HIs homes in Marlborough
the lookout for two convicts\ that had the best in for this date.-Sta- May Raber. lectmen. On summer morning he l leader of Republican politic Inr"mc33t1' Boston and Lexington were
I I' years drove a. milk wagon after fi.t and enysped to be marl I .b. w place and when he retired
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.. escaped from the itnt road department tistician Fleming.! alan, milking Svmm'ov: W> -...< l ,-, >:.?.',? v ,- r'1. I too i-"i >.,...,rl!] ? wealthy,
camp in Madison: county. Thelogs _._- the wheel die vas IS vn-< "" \. 'h
\ I ( took up the trnil I'M'rnI tuivi.' '' Th.in'er.ful -t.., k-nnn mu-t choked the 11

:, / I though it iA. conceded that t., "I1I'Tlt" weed foil I .,nil iiri'i'd mid keep everlu body.then helped
Lyle is due the ereilit <>' running the 1 *',I 11\1: \ at ,t t.

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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1921. BRADFORD COU TELEGRAPH.. STARK FLORIDA

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: I system of hard-surfaced highways. ut.v' '1t'd.'h'd.\ : the mayor 1''
( Blades in. unsuitable for cattle. ers to provide his body with $10,000
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I Included in the projects to bo dune said there would be but one courseto tutu same amount lust
as for
New of Florida in Short Paragraph under thc new contrails will be similes > follow J",- tin c.t:t> to build, lU i Tallahassee The moro oilucntiun advertising' purl'''........ The sear request

'" .,.+ .n.n..-.....- --.-..--.....,r.w.I of road to the National Carp >i\>n ekcti, ,.t plulIl.I (the farmer gets, the moro money he followed iiithin of the commissioners
r-- nters' Home, six miles north of Sanford-Lnl.-M""ations: ; I|: saves, says the United States in providing for approximately
here. This it is will be I representing "epal.t-I ,-
expected, com- ment of agriculture In giving
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Live State News December. Orlando, Sanford, Dol.nml I I, 478 when they made up the budgetfor
pleted by land Palatka are expected to uttlI'' sults of studies in live southern and : the year. The mutter has been

..i_.., .......--_,- -..._...__WIYNyY:.. Miami-After spending the greater ,, the meeting at Jacksonville, Scptcm- nine the other states It was indicated, I I referred to the llnanca committee.Mr. .

Told by Our Exchanges part of his life as master of ships ber 17, for discussing the proposed portion department of farmers states thut the pro- Burgman described the appropriation
plying waters of the East Coast of | St. Johns River improvement program having high as a mere pittanco as comparedwith

--"................... ..uuu..u..m.---_.._-nn --_------- Florida! John S. Frow is dead at his particularly! as it relates to school or college education was 1:1: other Florida cities.
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home here. lIe was born in Georgia | connecting some point along the
Lakeland-The Rotary Club of this Tallahassee The state railroad up- :23! per cent in areas of states of the "00 you write your; advertisingcopy
61 coming here from Col- St. Johns with the Indian river.
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years ago per
ty .s planning to give fifty boys of commission has again postponed the, quitt with his father before a single i 1 Arrangements are being made here north' and west In tho .southern areas on an empty stomach?"
the city a week's outing at Flaming" hearing in the matter of station facilities house had been built where Miami for the delegations to make the tripto n larger proportion! of the full-owner "Certainly not. I'm not a tattoo
the Boy Scout of the farmers ((20 per cent) reported high artist."
fArrow: Camp campground Atlantic Coast! Line I
now stands. On one of the boats on Jiick onillc on a St. Johns riverboat school .
Crystal Lake. Railroad und college education! than of -- --- -- -
{ at Company at Auburndale,,
which Mr. Frow was working the leaving late in the afternoonof
and will the part-owner farmer ((1-1 It hllM been, said that Florida can
now, according to notice tall I percent
Brick.ils cam to Florida to take up the lOlli in time to reach Jacksonville -
l\lim-l\lrs. L. II. Adkins was bad- In other he
parties to the controversy, hold I ) areas the reverse was developed. into tho Nation's greatest
shocked here when a bolt of light- the hearing at Auburndale on October ,ia governmental homestead. t the following morning.New true, 35 per cent of the part owners livestock state that's pull together
Kiing struck clothes, line from which reporting high school and college education and make things count.A .
3. The
hearing was originally set t Bradentown-Alex C. Roesch has Smyrna--At a meeting of ..
[she was removing clothes. Her condition for July 31, and then postponed un- announced his intention of runningas I electors of 'oronado Beach, held in as compared with 20 per cent -- -- --- --
is not regarded as serious.IDaytona til of the full 'own..1'II.l.uk..hulltC. TO IX 1C
September 2. an independent candidate in the the club house on the beach penin-

Beach The Fernwood November general election for the office 1 suila ,those present voted unanimously drove'. Tasteless chill Tonic r..torAS
St. Augustine-Miss Naomi Dav- : II. Purvis! has been Enemy und Vitality l by Purifying' and
of shenir of Manatee munici'pniity
otel here has been purchased county, opposing : to perfect an incorporated -
by enport, former winter resident, who 'I sentenced in county court to pay n Kiirii-lilii! the Ulood. When feel Its
Clifton S. II. J. Stewart, the Democratic and elected officers for the you
and Mrs. Crews
Mr. from
died recently at Davenport, Iowa, tine of $tiOt) and Sl'rve0:\ days in jail stren lthouing.
S J. W. Camac for $123,000.; A number nominee for the place. Mr. Roesch new municipality to ,serve until the : invigorating effect see howIt
lef f the of St. charges of
'(of improvements in the place be- city Augustine $50.000,, resident of Bradentown since 189, first election. W. J. S. Carr was on \possession und transporting brings color to the cheeks and howit
are according to a letter received by 12 and chosen the first E. P. Kinder liquor, carrying a gun with- improves the
t\\lnft planned. served years as! tax collector mayor; appetite you will then
Mayor Perry from out license and reckless ,
a lawyer in chargeof office for Sheriff l the first clerk II. C. driving lie
has been an deputy will >e Long- appreciate its trim tonic value.Gmve's .
1 Melbournel"N.. S. Banks Miss Davenport's affairs, notify- defeated for I will be and Charles paid part of the flue and lI"k.luIlOw-
of L. G. Wingate who was street ti ensure i-, Tasteless chill Tonic U simply
;Hopkins, was seriously injured hero ing him the city had been made beneficiary I runominution by Mr. Stewart. ''J. Davis, marshal. Councilman clect- nnce of tho regular timu on the balance Iron end Quinine 8UMI,01..t,1| in syrup. So
(when she fell from an automobile on for the amount, but that rela- I (.d) are: Roy Jalbreath, president; I indicating the cine might be appealed pleasant wen children like it. The blood

Jher) way home. Her skull was frac- tives of the deceased planned to con- Clcarwater-Pinellas county lays Harry Z. Silsby, M. L. Ulanton, to a higher court. need QUININE to Purify It and IRON to

tured. She was taken to a hospital at test her will. claim to what l.i believed the largest C. Collins and W. L. Cooper. W'I DaytonaPresident; Charles F. Enrich" it. Ivstroys\ Malarial germs amiGrip

West Palm Beach. Tampa--Jack :udduth;; has been citrus tree in the country. It standsin I Fturgmaii of the chamber of commerce tterms l by its Strengthening.! Invlgor-
p awarded the free trip to the national the old Hum Grove, three miles'I St. l'et"rsburlC-l'alm Tippey, the "i has asked the oily 'omnll"81- atirtg l.tTect.: 60r
Key West-The Chamber of Com- I I American Legion convention at St. east of this city. The tree Is 45 feet 'three-year-old boy that recently sav-

erce has asked the Monroe county i Paul as an award for securing the high, has! a spread of 40 feet, anti is 'led the life of a baby will not get al I ""+rommmmmmmo mmmmmtt>mmmmtommctt) ( ommmmmaltDmmmmlDlDmmmmtDlllmmmam! l
commissioners to levy a tax of two I most members for the about 50 years! old. Records show Carnegie medal for the deed unless
Tampa post
mills on all property in the county during the recent drive. I that 75 boxes of fruit have been officials of the Carnegie Hero Fund
membership
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for the purpose of obtaining and ade- taken from this monarch of the grovein Commission change their minds.. A
The
Tampa post is! the largest in the
quate fund for advertising the coun- state. Most of Sudduth's candidates I one season, snit that from tho crop I' letter. has been received by the tiny "

ty. were enrolled in the "-10 and 8" or- of this tree and two others near it Scouts from the commission in whichit
$700 have been received in sea is stated that a medal could not he
Miami-What is! said to be the ganization, the good fellowship one \
largest pipe organ in the state of branch of the American Legion. son. given the boy because he was not of

Florida, both in number of stops and I age to use discretion and! did not realize Why Ball Are EssentialIn
". number of pipes, is nearing completion Key West-With the road from Miami-Establishment by the fed- that he was risking his life when Bearings
in the Scottish Rite Temple and, the Dade county line to Key Largo eral authorities! of toll gates on all I he jumped! from a houseboat, swam
nearing completion and work start- main roads! along the Florida east to the baby which had fallen overboard -
I will be for the of
ready use the degree -
(* classes! in October.MiamiAnnouncement. ed on the Key Largo bridge, actual coast as aids In stopping traffic in I and held it above water until the operation of a typewriter practically/ all of the wear and

'0/ construction of the proposed over- liquor is expected in the near future, its mother could reach it. friction comes at three point---the typelxu joints the capital shift

of the Mali sea highway project is well under according to advices received here and the carriage runwayt.In .
li; hi Temple hospital! for crippled chil- way. The Tidewater Construction from Capt. B. II. Camden, of the Tallahassee! bulletin containingthe

dren, is made by illustrious Potentate Company, of Fort Lauderdale, United States coast guard service, prescribed course of study for the L. C. Smith & pros typewriter the lyprbar joints are
John B. Orr, who said that a site has awarded the contract by the Monroe who has! announced a program of the high schools of the state which
ball bearing, so that evrrytime key in struck the ball bearing
been purchased for the hospital, ex- county commissioners, is busy with measures intended. to combat smug have on their schedules courses Inhume a '

tenuing from the ocean to the road I the causeway and bridge part of the gling. At these toll gates every car economics, Is just off the press. mike easy ihe type movement. The capitd| shift moves up and

on the high bluff between Sunny job. would be stopped and examined for The bulletin will be distributed in down on ball bearings and ball bearings roll in the runways on

Isles casino and the Golden Beach liquor, it is! stated. September. According to the new arrangement which the carriage (hack and forth. I I
moves
subdivision. Actual construction will Key 'V'estSeveral members! of I of the home economics .
begin within 30 days. the Cuban cabinet will make the tripto TampaShipping men of Tampa course the first year of study U in
Consequently, whether the is striking the keys shift ;
Key West in October to attend are expressing! some anxiety for the the seventh grade continues for four olwrator
Tampa Approximately 40,000 ceremonies at the dedication of the safety of the four-macted schooner years through two years of high I ing for the capitals, or returning the carriage, every operation u

acres of valuable land will be reclaimed San Carlos Opera House and the G. A. Kohler, now 47 days out from school. The bulletin is published by I ball bearing. ,
if the plans! of citizens !living celebration incident to the event ac- Baltimore with cargo of paving brick the state board of vocational edul'lII I
west of the city are carried out.a cording to information received here. for Port Tampa. Some time before tion, the members of which are Gov- What you would expect from such mechanical perfection u :

petition said to be without opposition President Zayas also has! promised to the recent Atlantic storm a steam- ernor Hardce, II. Clay Crawford, J. : what actually happens---long life and ease of operation. f

is being circulated, asking for come, if he can, it is said, but he will ship reported the Kohler in the C. Dunning!.:, Rivers Uuford and W. S.
the formation of a drainage district. I make the opening address! by radio if Florida straits. It is thought that on Cawthon. Send for illustrated' catalog. f!
Local real estate dealers! declare he finds himself unable to make the 1 account of calm the schooner drifted

drainage win open up some of the trip. 'I I with the Gulf stream to the north- Palm Reach-Thu Everglades, that
best farm land in Florida in this ; ward of the Bahamas and was mysterious part of Florida belivod L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. I

huge tract.Pensacola. I Bradentown-A deal has been clos- caught in the storm.Dcfuniak by northern folk to be entirely devoted -
ed here whereby J. F. Robbins and B. ( to the culture of alligators and Executive Office./ : : SYRACUSE N. Y.

The proposed motor I M. Robbins. of Falco, Ala., take over Springs Sentiment is trailing moss, may be come a dairy 1ij
trip through West Florida that was! 40,000 acres of timber land in the Increasing here in favor of a bond issue land in the near future. Dr. Newell 120 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida ,,;'
to have started from here August 28, i The for :; for the of Florida
eastern part of Manatee county. I $500,000 purpose! dean of the University of
for a visit of three days through several land extends in an irregular line for ;, building a county court house and agricultural department, told the I
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counties In this section of the almost 15 miles! in a north and south i rood/ road. The idea is favored by Itotary Club here, that the Everglades LttSmt

state was postponed until sometimein direction, and has an average widthof I the board of county commissioners it experimental station at Itcll- n I I

September. The fifty-odd persons six miles east and west. It is estimated I, is said, and in. alsd gaining favor glade, Fin., is working out the problem ,
who had agreed to make the trip that it will cud from 170,000- among the taxpayers. Another plan of Uniting a milk and beef producing \

from Pensacola could not get awayat 000 to 180,000,000 feet, board mea I suggested calls for issuance. of $1- grass to sow in the open I
the specified time, it was stated. sure. > 000,000 in bonds, put $150,000! in the spaces in the lowlands. The experiments

Bartow-The' Polk county commissioners i I new court house, and the balance in follow a report by experts. ;I
have offered a reward of Lakeland Bids have been approved roads north and south and other that the present grass in the EverPith : II

$250 for information which will lead for the construction of 42 milesof roads in various portions of the coun -- --- I !
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new road in Polk county, and ty.
to the arrest and conviction of those '
for to blow work is to begin immediately on the Tlic best of workers get nut of sotto. I, ti as i ir J,
responsible an attempt additions to the county's extensive : Sanford-The city commission has when the liver. fails to iu-1. They fed ore I
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up the quarters of the foreman in turned down the offer of the Southern languid!: half-Hick. "blue-. and diMoouriiKi'dnnii ,
charge of construction on the new STRAINED EYES I I think they are getting (say. Neglect: : I
sell Its electric >
county highway extending from Has- I i Utilities Company to of these symptoms might: result in a sick,, \
kell through the Lakeland highlands Quickly recover their strength if I light and power plant, complete, and pell, therefore the sensililo coursn U to '
Lakeland. None was! hurt. treated with Leonard! Golden Eye 1 with all property used in connection lake n dose or two of llcrbme. It in just' 1 I I
section, to Lotion. Blood-shot, inflammation and 1 therewith, for 'J20,000.: An appraisalof tho medicine' needed 1 to purify' the. syMoui I' ,
soreness are relieved without pain in the property Is! now being made by and restore thn vim mid ambition of
To Cure Cold In One day. Cools heals and strength I
a Day one health.. 1'rico 60o. Hold: by
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engineer, Mayor ,
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablett It ens. Insist on having "Leonardi' I All Drug Store I Ijj i
stops the Dough end Headache. and works off the It Diakea strong eyes At all druggists. after which a definite proposal is to mmarmmmm""f1ll"l"\JI\ XI1CDmmCDmIDQI'' IImlDlDlDtlllllaICII""mMmIJlllJQUDIIHIIIII1DI" : I Ii

Cold. E. W. GROVE'S iuoature on each box, 30c. I _. I I Ibe made for the plant. Then if the 1 ___. t

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, l!>2j.

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PAGR roum .
i -:: t" v F. M. The at Poe Springs during If the general public will cut dm\'
P.. P. Dekle's horse Friday night. The I here the guest of their father picnic
horse, seemingly none the wors I Crews. Farmers' Week at Gainesville was on the production of scandals even the

.E: --"I"'tI for the experience, arrived at the i William Prevatt, of Plant City; unique, and everyone there seemed to yellow journals may be relied upon to

I home of Mr. II. D. Dukes, early Saturday spent the week-end here with friends enjoy it to the utmost.I cut down on the publication of them
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini-
morning; and Mr. Duke I
( County News I 'ns It promptly phoned the tidings to Mi fred Wimberly and W. M. Wimberl; have got to have a job; am manthirtytwo Blue pencils have become famou-;,/

; Dekle. The theft was supposed to I motored to Maxville Monday. years old, intelligent but popular with editors because bl.i :.

_<-" ._-.-- rl- '"-'- a-" *g; have been the work of two escape Mrs. Alma McNeal arrived Mon married.-Classified ad in San An- I more than any other color, complct.. I,,
WL'i convicts who were recaptured Sat day for a visit with relatives. tonio Press. hides the word to be deleted. ,

I.>i.re tln, fact Gathered During the Week by Our urday. II. C. Net, of Starke was a business ,-
;Regular Correspondents.LAWTEY II visitor here Monday.
THEKESSATheresas Mrs. Joe Starling, of South Jacksonville -- --

I is few days herewith
spending a
h BbwI __ --" I Sept. 5-:Mrs. Walte
\. her sister, Mrs. Geo. Wilkinaor
/, ,". I 1 G. W. Roberts was a visitor I to Und ey left Saturday for her horn
'Jacksonville Sunday. in New Augustine, after visiting her I HAMPTON

'I''" 8-Dr. E. L. Bigg, mother here. I
Lawtey, Sept.
r., professional visitor Albert Jennings, of Tampa, Is a Mr Chas. Gillyard and family left Hampton, Sept. 5-: Mrs Josephine II
of Starke, was a I
intend Sullivan has returned from Theresa
Stuart where they -
visitor here*' this week Thursday for i
to Lawtey Friday.- to make their future home. I where she has been attending the I i iII ,

lrs. J. II. Moore, Mrs. C. Y. Mayo Shey Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent Miss Toreza Bennett returned to New River fifth Sunday meeting of f I I II II
and daughter, Ada Mario and Ilele from Saturday to Monday here with her home in Starke Saturday, afte the Baptist. II I
I Blanchard were visitors to Start his family visiting relatives and friends her The State Road Department have II I IIII I

: : Friday. B. C. Owsley was transacting business again pitched their tents here and II I
Enoch Griffis and family spent in Palatka Saturday. are making preparation to put the I I II
\ of Starke, was transacting Sunday at his summer cottage at the Nations '
II. touch
F. Long, II. E. Moorer visited his brother finishing: on
, business here Friday. I Kingsley lake. 1 O. D. Moorer in Jacksonville Satur Highway that penetrates our shad; I II I

, bliss Dor BROOKEK .1 day and ,Sunday. streets. ,
and
Hattie Black
Mrs. Mrs. Calvin Triest returned to Rev. N. T. King and J. W. Walter I ''i
Water Ook are spending a
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few days, here as the guests of their:! Brooker, Sept. 5-Mr. and Mrs. 1F. I her home in Stuart Monday afte son attended church at Theresas las I i tIL t/
Reddish. Hazen, of Santos, are spending awhile visiting her mother here. Sunday. / I
slater, Mrs. Sallie- here with friends and relative Mrs. Lewis, of Jacksonville, i Is Rev. Bucklum, of Apopka, wil IL

."/ Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville Harold Wall, of Starke, was a visiting Mrs. T. B. Triest. preach at the First Baptist church, II l l lY.M I
pent from Saturday to Tuesday her business visitor here last Mr. Calvin Lewis and two song, of Hampton, next Sunday. Every 7 I

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. day.Luther wednes-I Julias and Graham, of Bradentowi, body is invited to hear him.
Terry. Soules, of Plant i i visited his sister, Mrs. T. B. Triest, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Bedenbaugl: I
spending awhile here with friend last week. had as their guests this week Mi !
Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, visited and relatives.Mr. Mrs. Moody and family, of La Bedenbaugh's brother and wife, Ml

relatives here Wednesday. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholste Cross visited her son, H. D. May;: and Mrs. L. D. Bedenbaugh and soi

Dr. G. \V. Brown was a professional spent Friday in Starke on business. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Bloomer, of Alachua. "Sweet are the uses of adversity"So
visitor to Maxville Wednesday.Otis II. P. Galney motored to Hampton Willie Glover was a visitor to Rev. A. S. Jones was a visitor hen

Friday. Hampton Saturday, last Monday.
Rhoden wan a visitor to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews are spendIng Mr. Chas Phillips was transacting Many of the Hampton people have sang Shakespeare in his immortal works. But that I

the first of the week.J. awhile at Jacksonville.E. business In Hampton Saturday. I been attending the revival service back in the 15th Century. Times
M. Hazen and son, Marvin, Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. R. Dee lat Waldo this week. was long years ago- I
W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, waa spent Saturday in Starke. motored over to Hampton Monday. Mra. W. B. Roper has opened up] have changed greatly since the Bard of Avon wrote and
business visitor here Wednesday. II. A. Wasden of Graham Sullivan returned the large McDonald residence on
spent: Mrs. Josephine
I I the edification of Queen
directed his for virgin
and Mri. Jack Howe were vialtore Wednesday here on business. to her home in Hampton Momia:; Main Street. It will be used as i a plays '
Mr. Starke Sunday.Mr. Miss Lottie Gainey has gone 1 to after attending the union meeting; rooming house in connection with! Elizabeth and her gallants.
to Okcheecobee where she began teach I held here Saturday and Sunday.Let's Johnson's cafe, and will be know:

and Mrs. W. II. Edwards and Ing Monday September 1. as the cafe-rooming house.. Hot am "sweet" to
and certainly not
children spent last week in Jackson Mr. and Airs. J. A. Boatright spent cold baths, large well ventilated Adversity, hardships are !
vllle.\ Saturday in Starke. Go rooms and all\ other necessary accommodations anticipate nowadays. It is only the man who has had
Alvin Wasden of Sampson apes t for the public will be
!
W. P. Knight of Madison was ;a the week-end here with his wife. EX-SERVICE: :>I furnished the wisdom and forethought to save part of his wages : '

guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of J. G. Sparkman and daughter, that finds adversity anything but a sad experience.Don't :
Mrs. George Anderson. Starke attended church here last You fought; for the .United State ,, Miss Emma Hicks, of Plant City,

Commissioner L. II. 11i11 week. ia the World War. visited friends and relatives hen wait for adversity to teach the necessity of
County MOD Mr. and, Mrs. Guy Pinholster, of Show the world that your heart i Is; this week. you
met with the board in Starke Jacksonville spent the week-end herewith still in the same right place by falling Mr. Bugg and daughter of Plan saving. Come in and start to-day.

day. i their parents, Mr. and Mrs. i I. in and parading with Compan;: City, visited Mr. Bugg's brother, W

Monso Tatum and sister Mis W. Pinholster. G., 124th, Infantry, at Starke, on L. Bugg; last Saturday and Sunday.

__ Pearl, of DeLand, were guests last Percey Moody, of LaCross was a National Defense Test Day, Septem- The public school opened here las BANK OF STARKEThe
week of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberti visitor here Sunday.A. ber 12th, 1924.Send Monday with an attendance of seven
B. Shaw, of Jacksonville, spent I your name, age,. address am I ty. The teachers in charge are Prof
Miss Mary Bayer, of Baldwin, was Monday here attending to business occupation now, and report in Lawhorne, Mrs. H. B. Weest and Bank of Helpful ServiceSATURDAY
'the home of Mr. and Mn Friday, September 12th, all well
a visitor at Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a son Miss Mitchell. They are ex.
T. J. Terry Thursday.Max visitor here Tuesday. I before eleven o'clock a. m., to per-I perlenced and the outlook for a pros: I II

Highland was William Connely who has been at ibald J. Thomas, Capt., Infantry perous and successful school term is: I
Wimberly, of Starke for a while returned horn R. C. at American Legion room, I very encouraging.Mrs. \

in town Friday.- Saturday.Mr. next door to armory. J. P. Thomas and children,

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Taylor and bin Doulen spent the week-end at v GRAHAM Herbert and Lorene, of Valdosta, Ga
Catherine Teare were visitors to Gainesville. are the guests of Mrs. Thomas' parents -

Starke Friday afternoon. ,Marvin Ogden, of Graham, was ,a Graham, Sept. Mr.jyid\ Mrs. L Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes. SPECIALS
visitor here Friday. G Barry and daughter, T.e1nl.nd; : Isome Ogden, of Graham, was a ]
.. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, of Misses Laura Wynn and Matt! Dorotheia, left Saturday-:for Tamp* business visitor here last Monday.Mrs. .

I Starke motored to Lawtey Sunday. Ogden spent the week-end at thei where they will make' their future S. A. Saxton and daughter., RICE, FANCY BLUE ROS100 7 5
$
homes in Starke and Graham. I Mrs. Nelce Dowling, of Pompano, i lb. Sacks ___ .
i Charlie Burke left last week on a home. ------------- -----------
Augustine and Dr. and Mrs. Maines, of Lake But Lee Dyal, of LaChoosa ia home mho have been spending the' summer
to St.
business trip
1 ler motored here Sunday. I,atraln.Miss. months with friends and relatives GRITS. BEST GRADE
Sanford.
.. Roy Forsyth, of Plant City, wa; Mattie Ogden, of Brooker, here returned to their home last 100 lb. _--_----____________-_______$3.25 ,
Mrs. George Anderson was a visitor visiting relatives here this week. I[..pent the week-end here guests of Vlonday. i

I't', to Starke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan attend her parents. Mr. and My-:. L. J. Wynn were PURE LARD $8.00 !
ed the funeral of the infant son of: Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Woods arc business visitors to the county site 50 Ib. Tins ___________________________-__
L. D. Dorman, of Jacksonville, Mr. Sheppard Dukes, of Dukes, at the proud, parents of a baby boy last Monday.

I spent the weekend hero at the home Elzy Chapel Tuesday.Mr. i O. W. Dyal spent last week in Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke was COMPOUND LARD $7.20

1 of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown. J. S. Howard and family, Mr Trilby visiting hill daughter, Mrs. visiting friends and relatives here 45 lb. Tins -_--_--______________________ I
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Reddish brought Brady Brown und family Miss Pear Vernon Milliard.
Marshal V. K. was I this week.
COMPOUND
Crawford, Kov. Butler and family of Hampton was a
Lewis Byrd,
Starke having
from ,
homo Saturday Mra. D.V.. Moore of Theressa
,
: and others, of Dukes and Miller attended 60 lb."
here
make the visitor Saturday.Miss ---- --
recovered sufficiently to service at the Freewill Baptlsl I Ethel Dyal, of Ziff, spent' pent last Monday with friends and R--JOHNS-$9.50

trip.Mrs. church here Sunday. I Sunday here with her grandparents; rein Uves here I. : :

J. II. Moore and Mrs. C. Y. Mr. and Mrs.[ John Osteen, of VIr. and Mrs. O. W. .Dyal leaving, Barnett Adams and brother, Ira S.
Mayo were visitors to Jacksonville High Spring, spent Sunday with): Monday for Pomptino. Adams, motored over from Gainesville -
Saturday. his grandmother. I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon lIillil\rtl"t.t last Tuesday to attend to Lusi- .

f I Those attending to business In Trilby, are visiting relatives and ass here.
,
1 i David and Fred Moore, of Jacksonville Staike Monday were: E. M. Hazen,,, friends' here this week.
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I spent Sunday here at tho home E. T. Steward, P. A. Crosby, George Harry Eddy, of Waldo( was a vlsior BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN.Services I.

\ of their parents, Mr. and Mrs J. II level II. 1'. Gainey, John Baxter L. : here Sunday. both morning and eve- BOYS and GIRLSSell

,I Moore. j K. Gainey und Wade Ilarrcl.HnenOone Mrs. lona Byrd: < and daughters, Intt will bo conducted on the coming

Mr. and Mrs. liruoka Starling, of I'I Beatrice and Marguerite, of Tampa, ,ord's 1>"Y'. *rhe pastor will occupy Centennial Buttons and make good money
.t I Jacksonville, spent Sunday herewith Our little town was agreeably sur- :''lire visiting relatives here this week. the pulpit at both services. At the Florida's Centennial
quickly. comes in November -
prized Monday morning to learn that
relatives. corning hour of worship, 11:00: ,
1\Mr.. M. F. Hazen and Miss Clara I I HIGHLAND the last sermon in the series on the I at Tallahassee. The lovely buttons show
I Mr. and Mrs. Lurumore; Khoden Cone hud quietly motored over tolfa.t'lt'nny five colors.
j Highland, Sept.! t-Mrs.. C. M. .ord's Prayer will be presented, the flags in
.
their home inJacknonville and married, Judire W. H.ihoden
I returned to
This
t Sunday after spending a few otJ1clatin!;. Their many'rienila 11 lutUon. and children of Jacksonville, topic! being Our Deliverances. j i Write at once giving references as to reliability.
I irrived Wednesday for a visit to her series has been followed by largeongrogations : I
days here at the home of Otis wish them much hal'pineu'j Mr. and Mrs. S. J, Starling. and all have been FLORIDA STATE JOURNAL
parents, I
'- Khoden. ilr. Hazon is the oldest son of Mr. routed and inspired by them. The
I and Mrs. E. M. Iluzcn and is highly I Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, hope has been expressed that anothl'r Box 494 Tallahassee, Fla.
Frank Green, of Tampa, spent I isteemed, by all who know him. :Mrs. Misses. Beth Wimberly and WinifmliVimberly series vital teaching
on some
and Monday here as the visited friends at Starke
C.
Sunday lazen U the daughter of Mr. J. :
of! the Bible will be offered and later -----
Charles :-T-----------
of Mr. and Mr Vednesday. _
guest lady
Cone and Wall a popular young announcement of such a series maybe
t kins. A. D. Boggs and It. T. Uoggs spent
Din-I among the young {1eople.1o'1'E
book that
U made. There is no secures r.
!
, Thursday in Maxville:
to .the interest of the people as 1
Pearce Jones expects MILE motored
I I Miss Winifred Wimberly SASH
some time, thin week for the Navy, I does the word of God, the Bible, and LUMBER BRICK, LIME
I to Waldo Thursday.
having signed up for three years. Five Mile, Sept. S-Mrs. D. I. Mrs. T. Burton Carruthers, of the people of Starke are no exception DOORS CEMENTBUILDERS
,. Hume and Miss Josephine Blumn: In the desire for such knowledge
left Sunday for Ort acksonville, was the guest of her HARDWARE
M. Tracey
K.
were guests of Mr. and :Mrs. S. U. a8 the Bible offers.
where he has secured a posi ester, Mrs. J. T. Marr several days
t I lando 1 ukes Sunday.Mrs. last week. The hour for the evening will be SHERWIN- Everything

tion. : C. L. Varnes and children I Mr.: and Mrs.! J. A. Starling, Cras. 30.. We return to fall and winter WILLIAMS d for

Miss Beatrice Howe spent the line and Claude returned to their George, Mrs. G. ,'r. Grim. and S. J. hedule for all evening meetings. PAINT, Building I
week-end with relatives in Starke. home at Jacksonville Friday after a I Starling were visitors to Starke. The friends are requested! to observe KY ANIZE. and
hort visit with her sister, Mrs.. P. I Vetlnnulay. the change. The pastor's topic VARNISHES Repairing

Miss Mattie Harley came home 1'. Dekle. I G. Wilkinson, of Jacksonville, will he, "The World's Great 8candal. -
; from Starke and spent. Sunday with ,! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilbert, of Al- visitor here Wednesday. ." You are invited to bring your CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY
wu a
her parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. liar. chuu, visited relatives here Sunday. R. D. Lang made a business trip to lends and) neighbors, with the FLORIDA
STARKE
ley. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish spenthe I I imily.
tarke Friday.
t t week-end with' relatives In Bible school meets at 6:45 a. m., J'
childrenft
Stokes of LakeGeneva Mrs. Lillie Norman' and
1 :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I I
'" l last week of irooker. Sunday after a visit here with Prof. Wiggins Supt. Here are classesr -
guests -- -- -
were Professor Sydney Padgett, wife > all ages, and a .welcome to
dative
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes. and mother, of Lake Butler, :Misses
left Wednesday rangers.
W. Parker
Mrs. G.
Mrs. B. Bennett visited her parents !' Annie and Mamie Howard and Cary' for Jacksonville for a visit with herm I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
I II make
near Highland Saturday and toward, qf Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. W. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Produce infertile eggs; and
J. Purrish and J. W. L. Pinholster I more money and have better-satii- &, RITCH
Sunday. Irs.; John Clemmons.
; ot Brooker were visitors here, Tues-I H. C. Wimberly Jr. returned Satur- I fled customers. REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
J. W. Andrews, Jr. and Mrs. .
Mrs.
day.L. day from a trip up in Georgia. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH INSURANCE COMPANIES
j E. L. Biggs and son Leslie, visited G. Johnson and T. J. Dukes ,, A. D. Boggs left Friday for his ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE, FIRE,

i relatives here Monday were transacting business in Lake home at Calhoun, S. C. after a visit NO'I'JIDO'J..D:E IT ON EARTH BONDS I

:Mrs. E. S. 'Dtckerson- Mrs. Jessie Butler MondayWe I I hen!' with his father, H. T. Bogga. I The new treatment for tom flesh, cub, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS ?
extend our sympathy to Mr. anddldren ounda, sores or lacerations that is doing MADE: PROMPTLY
and Mr. Tatum of Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. ;J. O. McCormick
,.
i Forsyth home ml Mrs. Sheppard Dukes in their of Leeaburg spent. the week- such wonderful work in flesh healing is .
were week-end visitor Gri01s. ereavenicnt over the death of their I F. M.: ': the Borosone liquid and powder combinsya -- .
Enoch here with her father -
rnd -
I and Mri. i -- -- -
of Mr. treatment. The liquid Borosooe is
little daughter.Mr. I, '
% Crews. :II powerful sntisepuo that purifies the "COllD BETTER fERTILIZER BE 1IDENWE 1 WOULD IJXE IT
Lois Crews, of Jacksonville, spent and Mrs. Russell Parrish are of,I W. G. Crews, of Nichols and :M. '. rind of att poisons and infectious germs, J.Jy lath Pde.a.t.f th. dd. nllikl IMOV PCarand "GEM BRANDS' .1-

Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs receiving the congratulations ota L. Crews, of Raifonl spent Sunday ; wlule the Burosona powder is the great ...,., ._Ulnliic PALL PRICES. 0Uad... ., QUALITY lor tk. eel l.rtr 7..'. ..ttabelda
E. L. Crews. riends over the birth Wednesday healer. There is nothing like it on earthr 'I Crw.... PH_ ri.kt. ...llty --I IL
I daughter. Cold Ca.Ortp and Influenza | speed. safety and efficiency. Price Aba sit prlralUI INSECTICIDES SPRAYERS DUSTERS ... DUSTS.
Edwards came home from Quite an excitement prevailed here (quid) SOc. 60o and 120. Powder 30oid
Laurie a.u.-
: JUUTTVE: BROMO O.UDONB T.t>
with when it became known I 60c. Sold by E0. Painter Fertilizer Co. .
Sunday aturday .
:- Jacksonville\ .and spent h e.._ Than U only OM"BromoQuinl>> jacksesvilk.FU
his mother, Mrs. }t. E. Edwards. hat someone had appropriated Mr. Eo W. GROVE'S Wnaiw.GO!boa. roe AH Drug Stor. --

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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1924. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PARK FIVI
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I !\r. and Mrs. J. L. Peek returned I J. F. Klckliter
and family returi.si Mrs.
Catherine Davis returned Mrs. G. A. Anderson of t'j
from lake I Lnwtuy
Wednesday Kingsley
Tuesday from a delightful mote.rip Wednesday from a visit in Palatka \vas the guest of her parents, Slieritf I'
i where they spent the summer : to Ilendcrsonville ,
Asheville an. with her
brother A. B. DeMontmol- and Mr W. J.
Epperson, Sunday :
months. ,thor interesting places in the
Bits of Local'Information ains. mom lin. Mrs. Davis was accompaniedhome ,
by her
nephew Phillip OeMuntmollin Mr. and Mrs.' Jay Aldl'rman.1,. f
Reliable merchandise at : '
and they are spending
tad Mr. Herbert C. '
Endcott Johnson dress shoes several lays at Kingsley! lake.J. Ritch have!
reasonable prices Sternberg's Apartments at the home of !Mr. and. l',

II for men $3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 Mrs E. R. NefT, on N. Walnut street.
I E. Malneu, Jr., who
was the
Concerning Our People Business and Mrs. S. T. Dell and children returned 5.00 at
:. Sternberg's.Sirs. guest: of Hollis Knight last week,
00 0 0 Progres of the County and Town. i0Labor to Gainesville Thursday after left for St. Petersburg! and will visit !Mr. and Mrs' T. S. Williams and '11
spending several weeks at Kings- family, Mr. and Mrs. II. H.
his Young
I : Sarah L. Hamrick. Mrs. Nelle cousin, Dr. Fred York, until the I
I ley lake. and son, Theodore motored to Ocala. 1
opening of Tulane
Hughes, Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell andMrs. University on the
meet week "
to visit Mr. Williams' 1118-
21st inst., when he will return to
W. F. Swinyer, of San Francisco
day in Starke Monday wasa Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent Mrs. Ollie Dell and children of New Orleans and resume his medical ter. ,
motored to Gainesville
busy day. the week-end at Archer, visiting Gainesville are spending the week at afternoon.Mr. Monday course.

friends! and relatives. Kingsley lake occupying the Weeks Messrs. J. D. Baxter L. I K. and II. ,\

Mrs. Fred Sapp and baby are visiting cottage. and !Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and Mr' P. Gniney: P. A. Crosby. E. T. Stewart ,
her mother in Leesburg. Mrs. Swinyer of San Francisco, cello Hughes returned last wee E. M. Ilnzrn wore among the
son, J. G., Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of it
came Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and daughter 'rom Savannah, Ga., where tlw Brooker citizens attending to business -
I Jacksonville are spending few
a
James Shephard spent the week Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick. Miss Jeanette are spending a few .pent several weeks with Mrs. Han here Monday. 'II
days at Kingsley lake occupying the
end in Starke with his family. I days in Jacksonville with Mrs. Annie :Morgan cottage.Mr. ick's daughter, Mrs. C. W. Denn. .
Mrs. W. B. Young and daughters KfcharJ. Irs. Hughes left Wednesday f... Misses. Schellie and Carrie; Hut to

W. E. Davis was In Highland A Oveido, spent Monday with Mr. .like Wales where she will span returned home Sunday after spending i
and Mra. C. A. have
Tuesday attending to business.H. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son. Knight he winter season. four weeks with friends and relatives !
secured the flat of Edwards
the
Leslie spent Sunday evening!: !lotKlnR'8ley upper at Charleston. Columbia turdOrangeburg
home on W. Madison street Ij;
lake with Mr. and Mrs. W. .
M. Snyder was in Jacksonvillethe Any straw hat in the house E. Terode. where they will be "at homo" to Miss Carolyn Fripp of Kissimmee S. C. Miss I.oume
first of'the week on business.A their friends.T. came Friday to resume her work Stok"K.I/ cousin' accompanied themon
only $1.00 at Sternberg's.Mr. I many as teacher In thu high school department their "return and will semi several

full line of school supplies atBennett's Stove and fireplace wood, any kind S. Williams. has been informed! of tho B. II. S. Miss Fripp weeks here.
: and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of and any length Phone Boree at l.u.L. has numbers .
Grocery. that his brother, Captain Yancy of friends hero.who! lire -
2t.
Hampton, were guests Monday of glad to welcome here again. She is
who Is
Williams officer in the
Max Wimberly of .Highland, was M:>. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. S. Navy has been an given charge stopping at the home of Mr. and % r
the guest of friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Ritci. the Boston Navy Yard. V'I Mrs.: O. J. Griffin.
s Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent /pent the week-end at Kingsley lake rENT-A-WORD

The W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday the week-end at Kingsley lake with pith Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch at tW .l.lHarbour Belle
Mrs Angio Sternberg !\Irs. R. N. !Miss Williams, sinter of T. S.
next at four p. m., at the club house. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns. Peek place. .
Mrs. II. H. Young; !\Irs. ; Williams who has been attending
Jennie Spray and Mrs. T. S Williams the oldest university in Franco, loft
Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa spent Mis., H. H. Young and Mrs. O. L. Mrs. W. K. Bancroft of Tarpon motored to Keystone Heights Paris Tuesday on her journey to '

the week-end in Starke with friends. Beasley:!: spent Monday at KHngsley; Springs, has an apartment in Mrs Tuesday! and. spent tho day. New York. :Shortly after reachingthe :'I FOR It IU'I'--KlIIllIh':!! : lake cottage.
lake with Mrs. E. M. Johns. I Nelle Hughes'; residence on South I United States she will come to J. F. Kirkliter.
Walnut street.S. .
$2.00 Arrow shirts only There Stnrke to visit her brother T. S. Wil- In'I
Miss Clara Moitt of Jacksonville are ninety more pupils enrolled FOR KKNT: 5-rmim cottage.

$1.50 at Sternberg's.Misses spent! the week-end in Starke with L- Peek and family J. II. Ritch j in tho Bradford county high llama and family. quire! ut this ollloe. 9-b-tf. J

her sister, Mrs. P. E. Johns. and family are among those returning school this year than there was last -- :sl
this week from their stay at year at the same time. The first :Mrs. W. H. Young and daughters, \S'.INTIDNew sweet! potatoes;; ; !+

Lucile Deal and Vivirett" Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch Mon Kingsley lake.J. grade taught by Miss Olive Ray, has Misses Katherine, :Maxine and) Wil- green cow pea and i-ggs. J. F. "
Floyd motored to Palatka Monday spent an enrollment of seventy pupils dn, of Oviedo. nro spending the weak Kick liter.! i i
lay in Gainesville with her parents ,
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lake with !Mrs.
dr. and Mrs. S. H. Demaree. F. Colley and son, Ray were at Kingsloy AngioStemberg ;
Hugh Padgett of Palatka was:' WANTED-Roll or Mat top olllm i is'
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and !Mrs. I! H. Harbour.
the guest of friends here this week. called to Williston Tuesday on account Dr. J. J. Bullen preached last Sun desk J. R. Fulton Box 627, Stnrko. |
Send the children to Bennett's of the serious illness of Mr.Colley's day in Jacksonville at the Riverside They will go to Jacksonville last of H-29-2t* J
the week for n short stay, before! ru-
church in his absencethe
for their for school.Mr. Gro-I mother. Baptist and
cery supplies
Miss Eva Powell of Cocoa is here 1
turning to their home.You.
young men of J. T. Quigley's FOR RENT-Modern house with 7 :
visiting her mother Mrs. R. S. Pow-
Sunday.. school class conducted thomorning rooms, bath and slopping porch. L. ,
.
ell. and ;Mrs. C. A. Knight: and I' New line of men's pants,
service eleven o'clock. H.Partrldgo. tf. ..
Mr. at :
and Mrs. R. J. Davis motored to
suits and hats at Sternberg's.Mass .
Mrs. T. J. McBeath is visiting her Gainesville Monday afternoon. FDR SALK:-A number of selocted flj

daughter Mrs R. A. Weeks at Mr. and Mrs. T. C. !Morris. and! If you are n male citizen of the lieavy-prmludiig hens for sale :$1. ;;,j
Brooker. D. Ritch Green who has been visiting Minnie Bessent, who halO children left !Monday for Tampa 1
United: States between tho ages of each F. J. Patto, SUrke. 0-5-21. /J'j
his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. H. teen visiting her parents Mr. am'Urs. where they will make their future eighteen and! forty-live years; physically I

Bennett's Grocery will carry sup Green, has returned to Miami. W. A. Bessent Sr., returned t home their change in residence being fit, and of /good moral character WAN'I'JoHWool: chopper: for .t 1
plies for the school children.W. I Tt. Lauderdale Sunday. necessary on account otIr.! : foot wood, $1.00 per curd. D. llorceSturke.

J..\V. Andrews, Sr. and J. W. Andrews Morris' business. Starke regrets ton SHOW YOUR COLORS It. (\\J

P. Knight of Madison spent Jr. motored to Jacksonville trained:Miss! nurse Mattie graduate Harley,of who St. Luke's is a ing this excellent family. I Volunteer for the ono day and pnrado FOR SALE: Meat hogs from 1 year I ,

Sunday with his sister Mrs. W. J. (Vedresday on a business trip. with Company G., 121th Infantry .
Hospital is assisting her uncle, Dr. to 2 years old Price fS to $10, ac-
,
Little Miss June Bullen has' been National Defense Test Day, }
Epperson.Miss on
E. L. Biggs in his office. cording. / to size A. Starling! Green ,
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and daughter busily engaged the last days design September: 12th: 1021: at Starke. Cove Springs, ,!. A. Box 70. 8-111-4t. 'I
Josephine Brinson of Fif- Miss Iris, motored to Gainesville ing and building a miniature fortress Send your name, ago, address and I t,
Jone, is visiting her sister Mrs. J. Tuesday and spent the day. I Miss Mable Edwards of Lawtey, of sand In the front yard of her occupation now, and, report Friday" FOR SALK: OU RINT-l\Iy; house on, '
txirpenlng. E'I who is teaching the sixth grade in home. The young lady will be ready September 12th 1924, before eleven Cherry street. Will sell or rent, all (

Mrs. L. W. Strickland of Waldo, the B. II. S., Is stopping with her for the National Defense test dayIf o'clock a. m., to J. L. Peek Capt. or partly furnished. Two toilets, : :i

Miss Virginia Weeks of was a week-end guest of her pa- sister Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. her labors are not wiped out by 121th Infantry, at the armory nt bath and lavatory. W. E. Daugh- r

has entered the Bradford County rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. I rain. Starke. erty. 8-22-tf. ] i
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miner who
high school. (
have been guests of his parents Mr. .. .
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Save money bv buying atSternberg's. and Mrs. U. D. Miner have returnedto I' ;
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
their home in Jacksonville.If .
,7k
Jacksonville.returned Sunday from a stay in I j jI

L. H. Partridge motored to Lake you wish to learn to speak read
City and spent Friday and Saturdaywith and write French address personallyor Ted Witherbee "
$3.00 Arrow shirts only $1.-
his daughter Mrs. Harvery by letter II. LeClair, Starke, Fla. I

98 at Sternberg's.Lucile Ray. 8-29-2t"
I i Dropped in the
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Elmer Lazone is spe"linthis
Johns has returned home Miss Vivirette Floyd returned Saturday
week in Starke with his mother whois I
after a visit in Hampton with Miss from Kissimmee where she
Irma Johns. was the guest of her father, R. J. seriously ill, following an opera- Other Day
'IQyd. tion in a Jacksonville hospital. I

Mrs. D. E. Knight and sons, Hollis
Miss Alice Tharin of Madison, ar-
and Paul, spent! Thursday at Worthington Mrs. J. L. Frazee has returned: her work
take
rived Saturday to
from Pablo Beach where she was up
Springs. as teacher In the B. H. S. She will beat and
the guest of her niece Mrs. T. D.
the home of !Mrs. J. M. !Mitchell.Mr. .
W. A. Bessent! Jr., Misses Lucl! Clark. .

eal and Ethel Griffin motored *" and Mrs. J. O. Trader who we
alatka School days are here again. Bennett's
Sunday.
have been the home of
visiting/ at '
tho children's -
Grocery can supply
Dr. and, !Irs.V.. E. Middleton, have got '
:Mrs T. A. Brinson, of Fiftone., is wants. returned to their home in St. Augus
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ------
J. E. Corpening. ;Mrs. J.V.. White and son G. C. tine. 1 i to tlP ? I"
White\ motored to Reddick Friday j
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Misses Florence Elizabeth and I 4-
of
T. G. Carter Cocoa
Leila Pea Andrews returned Friday talking
C. Ray.
ed by Mr. and Mr*.
accompanl'l from Jacksonville where they visited I!
of relatives.
guests Mrs. Jack Murden of Jacksonville their grandmother, Mrs. Emma;: Al- .

Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent Monday' spent several days this week with varez. I Ted didn't have anything in particular on his mind. Me was on his way

at Kingsley lake with Mrs. S. T. Dell, I her parents !Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al to the depot; had a few minutes; so he came in for a friendly little chat. t
at the Weeks cottage. i varez. Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and daughter I .
Mrs. W. F. Swinyer, Mrs. J.1.: !
he remarked his business-passing along to first-hand in-
Come by Bennett's Grocery Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks of Mitchell and daughter; Lucile, and Incidently, on us

Monday for your school supplies.Mrs. Brooker spent the week-end in Frank Mitchell of Lakeland, are formation-not necessarily valuable above all, accurate and true.
Starke at the home of Col. W. T. spending a week at Kingsley lake nt

days .In W.Jacksonville E. Middleton with spent relatives n few, Weeks. Rob Richard's cottage. There was only one incident of the day-one of the many contracts a banker

returning Wednesday.Paul Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and Hon. Nathan Mayo, commissionerof enjoys--all of which enable him to render his customers an unusual service.

little daughter; Betty and Mrs. Albert agriculture, has officially notified

E. Canova and son Paul Chat-E. Monday Pyatt with, of Mr.St. anltrs.Petersberg. W.spent J. Mrs.Census F. A. Enumerator Scott of her for appointmentas Bradford I We like to talk with! our customers and get their practical viewpoints.

Jr., are on a business trip to I
tinnnga and Atlanta. Epperson. county. This appointment is made "

on the elect recommendation of the of the members the- ..I.I.i.i.t......0..t..1.14-t4t.... '. ..I.....t. 4.
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PAGE SIX BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPfEMUER: 5, 1021.FARMERS .

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'; -- I Alice Astor, daughter o.f the late
ADVICE TO THE AGED 1
II I John Jacob Astor, of New York, is
A..Iwny.inf4mitt.erueb.aelu ykh I Youth Mates With
bow*.*, w.... kidney. torpid ..,,_. Age noon to wed Prince Obelensky Neled-
and FARMING insky-Meletzky.< Now won't she have

Tutt's Pills a nice time when she starts in to order

1 I some groceries over the phone.

.v. .......in..H.el on Ihwe orouu, IHmuUtinif ; TimesUnion.The .
FARMERS: AND TRUCKERS ARK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I Ih the bow.U, .iv.. Maur..ctw. I '
ARTICLES OK FARM: EXPERIENCES AND :METHODS FOUND I .,and linpuu.rtfat to the I..t_ | I II hen that molts in August

I TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR: COUNTY; I Apopka-New subdivision to be need to be! ntroduced to the block

opened early in October to be known and the ax.
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I STRONU HEALTHV PLANTS : the farmer will pay the taxes, as- ,{I -
BEST I'IWTE'TWNilNST I sessineiits and insurance on the prop- Orlando-Cheney highway, under c WRIGlEYS

STRAWBERRY ,\F-SPOT erty, keep up the necessary fences, construction between this city and t -.S
make necessary repairs and maintainthe Indian River city, to be opened to S

The strawberry's most common Boil fertility. Ont' farm has 40 traffic November 15. ; I After Every Meal'

disease Is iuufxpot/ and tho bust acres, another CO acres and the third Jackson Ilr ,
Tampa Heights Civic It's tile longest-lasting
means of controlling it in to
set only 150 acres. The good land now lies Club to purchase site for club building ,
strong, healthy plants on welldrained Idle, produces no income, does not confection you can buy
land, taking euro to remove all 'pay the taxes. The farmer needs -and It's a help to digestion

diseased leaves at the time of netting 1 from the government none of the 'lamingoMovement under way and a cleanser

The disease is dependent upon moisture I i quack remedies which half-baked, ,II for establishment of public school 4 A for the mouth

for spreading and may severely I vote necking politicians suggest and here. and teeth.
infcftt a plant bed during the wet I advocate. What he needs Is just sim'pliHed -
,' cennon in Florida, according to plant economical government based Florida, Western & Northrn rail- Wrlgley's mean

disease Hpecialists of thu Florida Experiment -|solely on the principle of the greatest road, recently acquired by SeaboardAir benefit as well as

Station.At good to the greatest/ number. Line railway, to( be In operationby pleasure.
Unit the disease January 1.OeoeOeoee.
appears as :I r r e e e .
umall, deep, purple or red spots on
the upper surface of the leaf. These EXTRACTS:: FROM COUNTY Financing Company,

pots rapidly increase in nine, and at I. AGENTS' REPORTS new concern with capital stock of 4aJ .d

the same time the color of the central ei $100,000 files articles of incorporation. I

portion changes from a purple to n i ''ward Cochran, 23, and his bride of 69, Mrs Mary McGinnis I
reddish brown. In the Marion Had encouraging Inter- ,ran, who were recently married in Los Angeles, claim that love I
later stages views with local bankers as to calf Jacksonville Buckman Corporation i- was the reason for this strange match. Cochran, formerly an
the lesions become grayish or whitish'club; ordered six purebred heifer to establish drydock operating .old worker i U now manager of his wjfe'i apartment houses. I

In the center. Tho border remains i''calves as starter; met with some success plant, employing about 300 men I
purplish, shading off into reddish
a ,
calf
members of
of
brown coloration toward the healthy'J club.! in canvass 1\Iiaml-Clydt Steamship Company I ( !1

tissue. Severely affected leaves turn planning direct steamer service' be- ,

brown, this discoloration beginningat Osceolu-Groves are in excellent tween this city and New York. Narcoossee-Plans> formulating for Luke Worth-Reed-Anthony build-

their tips and causing them to condition with all fruit showing good rebuilding planing mill and dry kiln i TM' Hearing" completion.
EustU Three miles of streets to
finally shrivel and die. I size< and quality. Seed-beds are comIng destroyed by fire.
I be paved at cost of $165,000.OcalaConstruction DeLand $0,000,000 development I
!in fine JI
Experts and experienced along shape
growers Cocoa- $80,000 theater building 1 program to be under way this fall.
emphasize the setting of only strong, I program, involving I Habitual Constipation Curedin
healthy plants on well-drained soil, Luke -- Montverde growers are outlay of $2,500,000::' underway formally opened. Jacksonville 1000.000 Ford I 14 to :21 Days
150 to WITH PEPSIN" Is a speclally-
planning to plant acres grapes "LAX-FOS
being careful to remove all diseased in Marlon county. plant rapidly nearing completion. I for Habitual
j thin winter; many fine grapes were Tampa-City-wide street widening prepared SyrupTonic-Lnxattve
leaves
when the
plants are set. Where made there this summer, bringing Tallahassee-Tallahassee Golf and program to be launched for relief of Key Wpgt-irntel building to ho Constipation. It relieves promptly and
the show I
plants leaf-spot in the plant' should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
bed, !it can be controlled by spraying I satisfactory prices. Where citrus Country Club lets contract for club traffic congestion.( erected at Duval and Fleming streets. iduce regular action. It Stimulates and

with bordeaux mixture 1-4-50 formula growers sprayed this spring with house. Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60o
bordeaux-oil to control melanose and Is Your Health Lake Worth-First active work toward I bottle.
at once Delay means less effective Slowly per
scab, fruit is largely free of these Winter Park-Good headway being construction of South Lake

control. diseases; the same growers also dust- made on development of playground; Slipping Away? \IVorth inlet. SEABOARD TIME TABLE

SPRAY FALL CUCUMBERS WITH ed to control rust mites, and their to cost $5,000.: (In effect May 11, 1924..)

BORDEAUX FOR AN'fllltACNOSEI fruit is showing up free of rust mite Arcadia-Tamiami-railway applies -- SouthboundNo. -
, Starke People. Advise! You to Act la
Injury
Cucumber unthrucnose-one of the for permission to build line from this Time. reaches Starke at 11.33 p. m.

most serious troubles of the fall Seminole-County poultry associa- place to Fort Myers to connect with | ,Nrf+ No. 3, 11:02: a. m.

trucker-can be controlled by sprayIng tion met Friday with its largest at- Charlotte, Harbor and Northern rail- Is failing health making yiu, weak No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
with bordeaux mixture. Satis- tendance so far; arranging to market road; would! cost $4.125,775, or $22- and unhappy'? Are you tired, I land No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m.
factory results have been obtained cooperatively. Judging from 000 per mile. dispint.il'?! Suffer daily backacheand NorthboundNo.
eggs -
st'i'Jbh.! : "ur-satic! twinges '
I many times with this spray, accord- the quantity arid condition of seed- Ocala-$100,000 bond issue sold for Then look to ;your kidneys! The kidneys Uncle John 2 reaches Starke 5:08 a. m.

ing to reports of farmers themselves. beds and from the prevailing optim- construction! of new high school are the blood-filters.\ Once they No. 4 4:26.
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m.
But It must bo prepared correctlyand ism, we are to have a bumper celery weaken, the whole systenl is upset. I may be called a "greenhorn" p.
building. You have headaches and No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
used properly.The crop this year. dizzy spells, in my manners or my gait
first spray application should l AstorConstruction of $100,000 urinary irregularities. You feel all -and, my gineral line of con- No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
Dado-Our county has voted a worn-out. Use Doan's Pills-a stimulant -| Wannee BranchNo.
ho made when -
the second leaves have draw bridge over St. Johns river pro-
duct be fur from up-to-date
bond issue carrying $100,000 for fair diuretic to the kidneys. Thousands may
formed., suggests (l. F. Weber, associate posed. recommend iJoan's. Here is i i I may not know the pass- 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m.
plant pathologist of the Flor- purposes. Starke proof: j No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
Contract let for resurfacing word where they draw the line:
ida Experiment Station. The spray- Walton-This has been a great Tampa- Mrs. C. L. Underhill, Cherry says: ; hicks-but dcrn cats T. J. GRIFFIN,
Ing should be repeated every week week with our farmers for saving Memorial highway from city "When I sat down, I had to brace mll i\ on my Agent.
thereafter during the growing season. of well-cured hay has limits to county line. arms in order to get out of a chair. I I've got no use for dirty poli-
hay; many tons felt tired and I had to hold somethingto I tics!
A Dr. Weber says further: been saved Walton has the best food, Crystal beach,
Tarpon Springs keep from fulling. Dean's Pills
I've allers stood for FORESTALL
I "Tho spraying machine should bet feed! and forage crops for many four miles south of this city, to be from Mitchell's Drug Store cured. the principlellmy !
r capable of developing high pressure, trouble." conscience said was good:
years. developed and! placed on market.
( to that the spray| will be in the form Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't and have struggled to uphold DREADED

t of u very line mist rather than in Madinon-All cotton gins in county Orlando-All advertising signs removed Imply a,k 1 for< a kidney remedy-get 'cm right along, the best 1 could,

i coarse drops. See that the spray have been running full blast all from highways in Orange Doan s Pills-the same that Mrs. -Ar.tl, !.' my nearest neig'.ilmrs:

I ;' covers the under side of the leaves. week; cotton is turning out a good county.St. Mfrs.Underhill, Buffalo had. M.Foster-Mnburn Y. Co.. I never fin me do !gl; f h ': '. interesting tobacco -
"Bordeaux grade.IIeld
: mixture of 4-4-60 for- yield and I
It's because I've i'.I i i ...
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mula should be used. Prepare it as meeting in office; large acre Petersburg- Catholic church .IYs ,
and school to be erected at STAY YOUNG 'tton! from dirty! c- ..ail:' :
follows: ((1) Dissolve 4 pounds of copIer age is being planned for next year. building I I
sulphate in 25: gallons of water; cost of $150,000. Lack of health, strength and en- !.', fair t- :. :?- ,- '...K.company : :.!,' j Nc era, need suffer the seasonal recurrenceof

:III ((2)) dilute\ pounds of rock lime Hlllaborough-Organized two clas- ergy shows itself in lines in the face, I ,,. .,t- \v,\; w. h a I Chills 8I1rlf'ever.with. Itt terribly weakening
elloct. Wmter.tniiih's Chill Tonic
lessons tile Tavares-Erection of memorial at flesh and lack of muscular
j I' \ which has been carefully slacked in see' of boys! for citrus flabby firt-nn-hand dept: "' co: on the I will kill yuur Chills and Ulfu oil the Malariaout
week.Farmers are taking advantage junction of Taveres, Leesburg and activity.LEONARDI'S. ,I .. of system. It are subject toMalaria
25 gallons of water; ((3)) pour the I 1'ye that novr' >.<. --- And your you
of favorable weather for saving hay. I Clermont highways planned by ELIXIR FOR the best plan u to take Wintersmith' -
I sulphate solution and the lime solution American THE BLOOD builds health, I w' He ny i''r i : :' : : I I Chill Tonic beforehand./ It will
into n third container at the same I Okeeehobeo Growers are Legion. strength! and energy. It keeps the !:." clumsy:: n. c., .,::-1 I I often prevent development ot the diee.......
time. Use wooden container. Do not prepur'j flesh hard and firm the clear: I It puts rich, red blood Into your veins,giving -
ing ground for full crops; Building permits issued in Florida eyes I my friends from iv'i! e-: with you strength neceaaary to ward off
use a spray mixture that is 21 hours is favorable for muck land cultivation. 'during July totaled $11,008,900! ; an and bright. It puts color in the 'I-ty' pollMci! I I Malaria.
cheeks sparkle in the and I
I : a eye
old
jl jlj I increase of 47 per cent over corresponding flesh on the body. It is the ideal j I Fifty six years of continued success have
I II made this the standard tonic in thousandsof
period in 1023.Helen !) .I
.'LOlllU.iJoTS: CALIFORNIA j Baker One 8-acre field of cotton tonic. i i :::: : : .. hninen throughout the malarial districtsof
"'I BEETLE TO EAT MEALY BUG I boll- I Stay young by using LEON-;i -::::- / ""' the United States, Central and South
found only one
Sanderson
near ; ARDI'S ELIXIR FOR THE ) < America elsewhere.
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Appeal Is being made! to Florida 1 weevil puncture; owner has picked! | I Retains Title BLOOD. It invigorates and i ''f'i j- J The system easily nsiimllates Wintersmith's .-
citrus gr.n.ir-i by the state! experiment j 2,500 pounds:: from this field and l will | strengthens the whole system, makes I I I -34-- \" '\ Chill Tonic and there are no bad
the he rich red blood effects on the stomach or nerves. You
'muko 1000 pounds to acre; acts gently on the -' I
station to send! mealy bugs j -
1
any -J should bottle In home.
Popular
the Floridumethod liver and kidneys. Insist on I 'V your
it in June by
treated )
found In their groves.: These are to | I II Refuse all others. J I I sine 60 cents; mammoth size, fl.OO. All
t of LEONARDI'S. \ J
that time
having at one drug stores. Wlntersmith Chemical Com-
I be used feed of the ---
; > to a pest mealy I E
At all druggists ..
I the heaviest infestations of weevils | I I I pany, Inc. Louisville, Ky. --Adv.
bug. This pest is a lady beetle recently .
I found in tho county mature bolls are -.- ---- ,
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received by the! Florida. station --- -- --
from California. hanging practically all the way from ,

.n : "Mealy bugs are often quite destructive I I' the ground to the tops of the plants AND THEY ARE NOT IRON CROSSES

\ in citrus groves of this' I Duval-Have-measured;; the first I I /
J 1L state Last summer they were exceedingly Ira
I '. acre of corn in our corn-growing contest ,
troublesome and caused:: ; it yielded 711-4 bushels:: of
the loss of thousands of dollars "
by Suits ;
it
shelled corn; was grown
lays J R. Watson, entomologist, in Bros. Other will to measured '
crops }
II I
directing the appeal."It .
the is suflicientlymature. '
as soon ns corn II
was for the purpose of controlling I

the nealy bug pest that the |
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station secured the lady beetles from r e r .: r .

California where! they have done good I FLORIDA WEEKLY IN. / )

work. Since the mealy huge are I Pt'STRIAL REVIEW !' "J

scarce right now, we are flndingdif- r r r r r
flculty in prodding rations for these I ''
friends. If the Lake 'orth-SltlE'wlllkil to be con-
growers will semi in
any mealy bugs found, they will help I structed at cost of $07,000.

Xf! in rearing! the beetles, which are Fort Tierce--Good headway being

in turn meant to help them. If we made on construction of high school ,

are able to raise the! beetles in cap- building.
I
tivity we shall repay those who send JHf
( us mealy bug by giving them first Moline-New[ \ consolidated school ,

( option on the beetles,. if we succeed building. to have 3-room addition. 1

in raising enough colonies to send fiuroc.eie
?' Gainesville-Effort being made to
(, out over the state." .
secure establishment of railroad motor i r

I' FARMS FOR RENT FREE OFCIIVRfiE car factory here.
I RED
Fort l\lyers-Fir street being extended EITHER"I

A statement front an Ohio paper several blocks; Broadway be- ; Cyq 1F0 ROUND

says that an Ohio farmer has offered ing opened from First to Main street P ,11pRLU

to turn over, rent free, to any responsible being widened. i P P aJIyMPI PLIGHT,

farmer, any one of three Gainesvllle--Diamond ice factory S 'sgBAtc

good farms which he owns providing installs new equipment. vPt MP o

To Stop a Cough Quick :Mount Dora--Building on Butts Helen Wills 18-yvar-oUl Cu> CygMPI0M5 I!

take HAYES1 IIKAUNO: HONEY, a block being repaired. fornia national girl tennis, is> show championship> holding >' ataara iJ'iY'' YL rr1- -_-
cough medicine which stops\ the rough ay I I I
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.: KlssimmeeKissimmoe Brii-k &: which was presented t" her w Jyr
I TURF
she defeated Molla Malloi v (
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Tile Company begins operation. Forest Hills. Long liljni'l
I SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and I I week, thereby retaining h-r t.

Croup HAYES'is HEALING em-Rued with HONEY.! every The bottle salvo. of I 1-- -I-II qV

,'/' ) should be rubbed on the chest and throat FSo Worms in a healthy ChildAll
' of children suffering!! from a Cold or Croup. I children tioublrd with Worm. have an anhealthr !
r The H".llnj .< .tb.tbroet mmbiL,1 with the hvahaaeaect.d there la more or .toss stomach" dUlurbanc. ,
G..O-Pe..Tr.W Salve ihrouith the pore olBoth IKOVC'3 TASTELESS; ; chill TOMO given Kilularlybe
II .Un IIOOn.,op..Ct"J. h. I I'I two or time weeks will enrich the !blood ira-
rwaedlee.an pa. . combined U oam"nlSc.l : -
cost of the I: '" N.tunwlhibeabnnr
r druggist for HAYES'LIMGO off or dUov/ the worms, and tasChlld will be "t--

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.. the girls seen on Atlanta streets with a bushy mustache or meandering Statas. .' /
,: .. tn the .1..1. .. Of .th,, q.-
X '\ have bobbed their hair. The old arguments the streets of your home town For Ciov.rnor of tho Stat* of .. .. to be. held. ..n 'the'n>.,,

L U tw ;-efisTSBBBX !get no hearing but here is one stroking a long black beard. The For For Sntrotnry Attorney' of Q.n.ral SlaUi, of of tho th St ratification Ann Mon,11IJIn NU'lfUIb...
'
"' 1I" or rejoctlon to.
,f.J that emphatically : razor i 11 no safe refuge; shaving imly For ComptrolLr of th. 811 (

.;: E Cutting of women's hair will stimulate makes hair grow faster. But thi_ Jor. 1I""nt"nd.nt rn.Mi.urvr, of tl,,01. Slut.rublleC""imllull, ,. ,,f tat upon Inheritance or up.
rraldenta
Temptat.ic-nsv of beard women's .h,. (oIt..... ..I or rltlrcna of thla
the growth on correspondent would not frighten anyone t'lorld.. by the SUto of 1<'1'1,1,1.,

facea. A' German professor asserts consult your mirror. I F"J't.f;''':. 'I : of ." ... to and the there head of ihall. be 0':

that shearing will inevitably lead to The most isolated town in the world Fo'h TwoS,_ JUllftlo.. ...f tho ". I SUt.. houwhoM cooda family and '

--- ----- ------- I shaving; it promotes the growth of is Jliinnos on the Rio Negro a !thousand F' .'' _to ., ,. : ::f : : llw -"." of Flv* Mumi....'
'Fi.r n'
: SALLIE CIIANUES hER PLANS "Wish you'd step on it." I moved I hair follicles\ on the faces. This miles from any other civiliza I : I : '

over a bit closer. The road stretched menus a fuzz and then a mustache For..f S..t..ho St.to s.na''''.'.f for Uth ) PropoalnB .*

You don't approve of flappers do ahead with beckoning fingers, and and then- tion.A ror two lIIomlNtn ...f FI..rida.tho No.... Arllcl. Viri of the Con.lltu-
ked Mr. Danish whose skin 1..lh',,, of "' r'"rl1'' ."UtK '" CMnul
[you I a>! Wright, as we 'there seaman turned tbo Stel. of '
swept over me the strange This is real he-man argument
a
[ left the driveway and he turned my nomadic emotion that comes when I against the bob. Ponder and pause from white to black in six months P.; ass.jud.-'- .h. 1..IRt.' .. fflf lno IIt.te

roadster into the elm-bordered road. is confined! in a hospital Oat Hull, For Clrrk of Circuit Court.
[ follow a road that leads and maid Delilah lest turn into .
on on fair you For CVunly AunMor amen.lment to Arflola
I' of
-As far as I know he responded with no turning Samson. Vision yourself adorned England.. I For Tin Collrelor. *. | || > of thA 8..te uf Flot-
don't a .'... '". 1I\nd\ l rounlle. .
"I believe 1'va- to b.
( whimsically ever I auiwrini n<|*n' num.
"Vales' will\ be an oasis. I said needs .v ionr 'RhlrUrlr| | | VIII|| ,
The editor of this paper bread ?? nrt tho
klllJwn one of the home-wrecking, -.... I .... In .nd' ..
enthusiastically. "Slowly but surely For County (t"", .,.... f ? be" snbm.u
with his shoes he needs bread with
I heart-devastating creatures at close -1 on : 1''... t'h', ( ('ommbl.lplI. of th. Htate at th* ..
lam sinking. By the way, I continued. his shirt on : he need* bread with hidpants 'Plllltt of the tlw n",1 Tueada .rTTi
range enough to pails judgment. "how did and father F"PIII?: :1ntlo': ::; :. November. A. O.. U24. for
many I
you of the
and unless delinquent I .
on : some
Trust ..
Once again I felt that he was riJi- have before You Can't For J..U... of Iho P''e I.. to-wlt:
dinner
eithr he subscribers to this "Old Rag1of Inwln" JII.tlCO D"lrlo... .eul.lalur., .hall bav. now.r
<'tiling me, or preferred not '"Ittle bitsy girls shouldn't ask so I Freedom" before 10111he putrid No. t and aboll.h loc.l .,ov.rn.
commit himself on the subject. pony up \ HUtrlct territorially thrauiih
to No. t Du-
needn't think many questions, he mimicked me I Calomel at All will need bread without a dam thing Klilrlot No.7. place of all county, dl..
"Oh, you you can perfectly but I noticed that the speed 1 .. I.M..I .ov.rnm.nt.. bo.......
North/ Garden of tot tlw
and : Dakota is
on no F'i cD
of it I : !:! 1,1. : eonatrtutlon! !
crawl out persisted. "I've I or atatn-
: of the car increased slightly. Eden the winter time. North Dakota executlv.,
all that you've said about in nintrlrt No. 1tllntrlct or judicial and
heard us. At last the light of the roadhouse! No 1. Jurtadlrtlnn., I".n. nutl.
Exchange.
1 was determined to have his opinion The subdued yellow glow reached out It is Mercury Quicksilver Salivates .. .-- -- Mmrict No. T. "urh Judlal.l....,', d.p.rtmnt7 -
I could quote him to the J" T..llmony *'","r' anl
that .Wh .
si and
official. .
through the darkness friendly and Rheumatism my hand anil affixed to dlvld. tb.
causes the
.lNOTJCK I
!Clrls. who would be clamoring for alluring. IT DRIVE!* OUT WORM3: the. III.to ...f Floril... ., .. .ln. "lch ax>vernmenl Into
and Bone Decay tal. Ihl. Ih. and to pmcrlb. a J...'
when they heard that I had t."nt".lath ct.
m-w. "Come ahead and I'll introduce The surest aign of wnrnm in chiWron inpaleness I II. 1" 4. II, ( LAY" ..t'm of ta atlon for aurhj
been out with the celebrated architect -. luck of ink-rest m piny, fretfulness fll..11 .... .' ... : ...I.tlnlt and futur*
..
you to some of those notorious flap .hall be and remain ..
whose arrival had been heralded The next doso of calomel you liability .
h..mo.
I tried to look like deacon < .un I". IIt.k., 1'1.' .. :
.
pers. a
in the social columns. may salivate "011. It limy shark >out- none and sudden! starting in lilt.. !). When area ihall not h. llmlte,! aa
and taking his hand we started toward them it id tuuo ta : """ no l..'.lallon .
"Heard what I said about you, liver or start bone nwro-w' Cnlniml nclangproui symptoms npponr !Rive !: OF ATPI ICAT1ON umler

replying to accusation. the aurora cust by the .. It i i.. t.n>ri'urquuKmlver' \ '' '. \VhiU1' I'roamermifuuo.. A few dunes IINI1FH SFC-TION ITS ba In affeetlv.th until majorl.
hi was my county, who .hall
had the wrou ht-iron lanterns. It crashes into Hour lule.. like .hinmit.-. ( drives out tho worms And puta tl" little GENERAL: .lertlon for the .....,......
I've only pleasure of
"Why auj sickening you Calomel' one on tho romi ta health aiinm..1nte'n Notice I. hfrh vtv.n that A ... lo vo... for member, of
knowing you a few hours Fair Lady "H.irrah, its Rallie!" yelled one ofa I attacks cramping tlie bones and uliouU never be Crvnrn Wnnifuiro hiuj record! of fifty phMrr Rnl of Tax C.-rtlflr.t. Nn | vot* In favor of anch
dHy of ,
July. A
ami," he hurried on. "as much aa I I<'rl'Up standing tin the verandah. I put into \'<>iir system.If I ytur of success/ use. Iricu33c. .>uM byALL r.rtlilc.ln In my of"..n and 1 APtl( ,

dislike to reopen an unpleasant subject could see that the party was well under ; vim feel lulioim, hi'uilacliy, constipated [ DRUGSTORES .wlVhntaw"' "X ''"''' 'I.."* rrwN Prono.ln an

it is almost necessary! that I way and that it needed no assistance and all \knocked out just po to I \rtlole 12. Sootlon IT, of I
Bald cortlflcaU .n.b,...
of tha Plul '
| of
ask you which is the road that will on our part to keep up its hilarity your druggist und Kit tt bottle of Pol- lowinir' pinp.rt... ultuatrd In Iwiianc,. of llnnd. by Florida Slwelal \ .

to the Davis' ?" They crowudud about us, and son's Liver Ti 'II' fur. a few cent* vhieliin GG ly FliirlitN.. to-wlt ... and tho l,' vy of a. Ta. :' I
bring us a harmless \egetnlile... mitwtitnte. for @ \ t annia In a (quar* In NW Fund, for tho Payment f, f
Honestly.. Mr. Wright," I im- although I knew I was one of them ilun oruun ciilnmel. Till n spoonful ami eo\ml of NK':' S....||,,n 14 Tl. ft :8R and Interest Thereon.
"after hearing the family |I I also realized that some of their ;: _niil Inn,\I IH.IIIV muwmMl at t"h.. LcuUlaliir. of I the 111 I
plcired if it doesn't. start'our liver ,anil Practical Inimnri' .f Mich .,'rtUl..... In ,
di--ertatlon on that subject did you enthusiasm was of the hail-fellow- straighten roil up hotter and quicker! i I I': llrnillryrnlim '''It nm,,'n.ln.i'nt of Secllun .

,.. a llj have any idea that we were I well-met variety thitt makes even an than niuty ralomrl mul, without ntakinj! ; unlit rvrimcat.' uliall I lh.. Conatlliillon of theai.t t
buck and nrioidliiir, to Imv. IHT il,.,,.1 will I .. nt' the. nenernl Rleatlnn: .
u"'mn: there when we once got startul >' unpopular arrival at a party feel welcome you sick you jllot gn get youtmoney. Nurse Tells on th. 20th day of SolitrmWr, held In hi. year of IH1J b* .

I'"' and a popular person a riot. WlliKHrt mv official ulirnnliin ....... a.re....1 l t.. nnd .hull Ka '
Don't take j< nliinii I 1'! It can not l 1.. lhi 22nd day of Auicilal A. oln.ton, of tho Stale at the
Hut your father-I am his guest : "Hear ye all!" I announced hopping trusted anv more. tlnni i lei pnrd or awildcat Airs.\ N. E. Snow, of Rout II. W A .. of Ranrraentatlvni to 1 .

I recall his insisting and telling onto a chair and drawling my Tiike nii.hi.tr., )I.n.r, Tun.. I 1, near Paris, Tenn,, tells the I ''Srll rir-rk CI... Ill'N.. for ratmcntlon or I
,
v .,.II, -" words like u Stato Fair squawker, which traiRhten von -nuht up un,
Did you ever do everything your "it's the famous Mr. Wright I'm in wakes you f< el tine. No Halt* neeessarvGtw follows' I l.ul.lntiin., may ....1".
ii .. !I" it "1 B2 old and I NOTICK': TO III11I dlilrlala.
to tlie ehililn n i .mini 11 am yearn f : 'f
fiith-M, told you to do, Mr. GoodyG' trodul'inlthe well-known architect perfectly iiarmlesH. iiti'l, i ,un not Motivate have been a practical nun* .ali-il lililn ttlll IHrrrrlMKl b I tin., of I I'h'I: ;

"d>' ?" I interrupted. "And aa for who builds the floors of his. houses for more than 20 taking Itnnd rnmtic of llrmlford ''.'" niiorlal. lax .i-hool. dl.trlct.
years, the office of th* !Wr..ury, up I of the nnallllml eleelora
\ ,nr being implicated I guarantee with women's hearts-to tramp on," mostly maternity cases. on thF I nth ilwy of Ri-pl.m'Kr 1 ...... .... ohall vot* In '

t t" protect you If father find out I ended. :Mr. Wright; laughingly! One of my daughters suffered! thp .folliiwlnir road machlnvnriOn I .. of uch bond, but nn

ditched the Davis funeral I threatened the chair from from cramping at Sh. 10.21\ II l'. Tractor.Oni .....1 herc-nnder'. >1lllih hall ;
that we to pull under ThrtsWay Road Dra*. th* exlatlnv ImMiled-, ,
won't. let him scold you for leading me and there was one thing I observed would just bend! double and Ono 1 Ton Truck with ..", ,,. ,, l tat whiMd ihatrlct' ill per ,I
have to go to bed. Illdilxni nru n'mnml, to .., .1 value. of Ih. taiahle prop
his, 'ittle bitsy baby-girl astray. about him : while he was certainly and all information on ", ... acrontlnn to tha la.t aa.l .

Really I won't I'll protect you" I not at ease in our crowd he o a.* to Iw F O n Stark. "'.. l and County purponea prior
; : :
: :
Thi Hoard "'Orr,,.. .br rliihl. ;i mie.h i bonda:: : Any bond. .la.
with maddening solemnity."All had mad his mind to
evidently
teased
up or all hill* Iwcomo tiayahl.. within

right; you win," he announced enter into things all whole-heartedly ''CARDUIThe F. S I' the date of '..".n.. In an- !
which ahall
commence not
with a sort of I-can't stand-much- as! possible. The way he took my fool -IB-5t-n-12 ..... afl.r ",. ilet* of (I..it*.
more-of-that in his resignation. ishness was nothing short of splendid There's many a smooth praoter C .. ahall ba not IMM .
: of the get-rich-quick CD, of Ih. total amount of
"Where to, then. My Princess ? I ama sportsmanship. which wouldn't neei"promotm" NOTICE ori:i T I I ... any Hileh apeelal, tax

I your service." "Drink anything, Sa1\ie\ '" asked cern, if the stock wa I, C. L. l'rk. mayor of voted. In favor of tha la-
I Woman's Tonic vlrtur* of th* authority imtd apeclal tax for the
"To the right" I commanded, and Ted Billings who had been standing! wuth a dern,-O, there ain't n > do htfrvby eall an ..Imtlon. to It ,' ......, on .aid bonil.' and the ,

moved over as I gave the direction. by my side since our approach was honest money that is any keenn was recommended to her and town hall, In the aforvaald, town .. th levied. ..m.. .hall _me
.. be un th. tavaltl I.
Ifltd .ot. th.r .
dollar that it onTIJEIIDA
than tho
"We're going to the party at Atlantic signaled. missed she only had to take about Y. SUPTEMBER" !: dl.trlct votlnir for their'
'
Beach. The bunch knew I'd get "Yes anything! I responded and sis: u man to head the suckulut two bottles, when she hardly for thr purpiw* of *'letlnv. th* .. with ... providing for j
and Hiich tax ball not be
moved toward the well-known knew that it was ., ahe Ae.ra j ,...... other thai* th.
there some way or other. we When a ftiler gets to dreamin' On Mayor. pay
suffered so little pain. ,. and Intvnwt. of laid] t
He faced me for a moment and I room at the far end of the Inn overlooking nt the life on: ia y s."t. he'llbuck "M y youngest daughter On. *Marahal.Thrv Aldtirmcn.On .

noticed from the rays of an arclight the ocean. The pleasing sound : the game th..L promises t was run-down, weak and AaiMior.On. .
of crackled ice against the metal put him on his feet. The and looked like she Clerk. Traaurr and, T. Prono.lnir an amend '
that there were little lines around his nervous/ A of Artlel. 7 of th. Con- 1
....
front of h'm'ie Inap.etora of nalil .U..n J
"dotted line" In i
cocktail shakers brought the rest of di.ln't have bit of blood .
a Htat* of Florida, Kulatlnit
caused not much from W Andprnon. nd A. If. John
so *
eyes, .! his IHl.--the biu
and there rtoncil in left-just a walking skeleton\ In 1 .. &.
the crowd soon prevailed a t atlmony wh.rvof ) .
laughter but from a keen appreciating camaraderie. 3 easy: s 'n.lcrej, so, ho licniliB no appetite and tired all\ the my name and eauii* the aeal of the Lwlilatilre of the Slat*

sense of life and its complicated spirit of gay Li; ll..1 I I Iri time. I her two bottles to I." hereunto nfflwed thla fith
gave .. of
situations which I* judged he had I "I'm famished" I sighed dejectedly I'i;!i"a' hcsp of jfsyin"h : of Cardui. It built her up : 1924. : : ", Con.tltiitlnn amendment i.f th Mention. mat

gi'.wn' tn handle philosophically. holding out my glass to the "bar .t t'-c! tir! *" \.j-ld: crr.-.e: t. and she began eating and I, H-H-tt-0-l'iHral ). Mayor to (Vrmia and Apportion
"'I..It. v!'on b"a''n' vroull stnni'"o' I 01"m *."' (I.> hvreby .",._l to
wind-1 tender: "Refill the crlption. That soon gained ir. weight and ,
I asked him to raise the I pre '1e : *ri linvY; out the NOTICK: Tf ('ONTRA' to tba .lectore of the
"
has been
wfll since. .
shield. I loved the breeze through was a pretty good sample. so atiproval" or rejection at
i,-b.-t I'v Aor !'cred nioro Sn.lr.l I.I.U will hn rmrelvd.
: ftleetlnn of
Cardui the Woman's Tonic i hViinwentatlvea
;
mv hair. It always gave me the I I began to feel reckless. Then the : lately: : -if u .....cll-t'lrcclc'!! I It ban helped Hiifforing women Horn! rnu.l
thought of freedom and the wide, unexpected happened. to (n'a pit u.C TVJi-sia I at th<> Conner llrlilu* Mtro** N.. "" A l>. 11134 : that la
/ for '
over forty Try it. .
years. Slnrl' 'Rnlford 1/< nil, until' Tit .1 of Artlnli. 7 of th.
wide world. (To be continued) .- "j.l : t c-1 tha t-\n-: I'1"T'u : At all druggists'. m. Hi'titrmhi.r Ifttli 1024. anil It.... iif Florida .hall ba

;' '.: it on ths; j; i 1 oil o F.-tO//) publicly. tipvned, for ,. .. follow, i

t : ':.--:1.:! ci> trey bo no h'V': in I j; <5)' @ treated iitlt. ami ,limber hrldiin. I.fBl.lature that .hall m.yt
I I d-f"! ((1 tha nil birl thru* hundn'd. fi"1 1 Inn It adjacent | "\ l> I III2I1\ Hnd' thooe tlmt
SHAVES FOR WOMEN: j cerlty of the objectors. I Y 11"7' liriilirr" ulte Hiii.l .hrldiri. to ." ten yiara th.reaftr, .hall
'
TO FOLLOW HOBS: ? I he ',: ui Some of them verily believes i :-: t i' 't h-'viV!! ; till I KK<; iHIKAIION HOOKS tnlnlnw In nil 112 ,plllnit. ".. fur II 1..y'I..hI. I 'IHI' M,.na

Cutting WomeiTn Hair May Stimulate 'could lie incited to burn exercise women what at !I, 1'1 -'. i' .'. 't )> 'nlj: to lrw.. I OPEN l IN: niSTIMTH I ,lin lunted ft,, tinitmrTho and approximately.. ,ts :: ,;:: ',:; ;i ;:|: ; ':": ':; Dl.trlet 111. :r.tnli."h: : :nearly: n >
the stake bemuse they i'
I..t fi <>
Bfieko-! .
: a work Jnc....... 11 furnlahlnv. .,, .
HeArd Faces. I | \ | In itialdiltf ".h ap
oil I he considers a harmless personal lib- !: 'I' '. It'n 1101! The registration books will br .labor, mal..rlMla.' /<".1.| and "' Pl.trlet aliall hiiv* ono

the hair opened in the different precincts of .lolnw nil thi> work n.>ee..nry to Nami* time, the l...tfl.1*'
ert In bobbing women are i --------
Atlanta-Shaves for woman ? An nut In eompletv ..nl.r. ready I.. ) ',," tlon tlm ftei.rf N.illlatlon.
Atluntn barber hin never been able : following n ..tyle which mayor may j I / thu county from Monday Sept. 1st u mpluli-il Improvem.nt. ....... .. ..... and' .hall al
..
not laxt IIn,1lrt',I no more reprehenrtiblf <: '... ...... : until Saturday Oct. J llth. far thu All work to he dfin* In ...".. ( l> ..... '. ... to oach of the
whatever in the j
t' any reason f anil Inalrtictluna. ,,"nor. .
'" venae 1- 0 lilnnn riMll.ttea' nnd two :!
electorx
than would be for wearing t-I : registration of Iti the general .
outi. rufamst bobbed hair for wo- I thev apcll' ...rovlalon.IOoln..Uon. I n'h of tile m>01 eluhtein
broad nnrrnw toed shoes. I .', \ election Tuesday November 4th. nnil 1'intrnet. of Itradford. :".. .., end one Itepreaenta*
or
nun ; his. understanding is capable ofruinprehendinr I' ." (i? Each bid muat tbia. remninlnic' rniintlfm .if
N of i.o'l: :
the objections volumnecl j: The i"hjl'l toi-s. teligious, .Supervisor Registration, Knight ,II.. d check or n h bond, ,, uf ....h niiprotlimment" ,
sentimen-I I Idtul \- has appointed the fallowing deputy iiv M: H Mntth.wn. c'halrman. .,,,... full l I.. iiiMjrtl| ..tl llm
auainst it. He I i_ absolutely i iamu.Ld tal economa' hnie fallen -' "I registration officers Tru. of llrndfonl"' County. \!' the Henat, .".! In the JI.......

at the pertinaeity and sin- ears, he 'ii\s. :More that half : pr cant of tha amount bid, Ht nny regular, ....I..n of
: :N/<>. I I.awtoy-O. \V Roberts.No. uood faith and iu> n uaarnnioo nny nf the llmtn hervln de-

.-.-- --. -- : / 2 Starko North J. F. Kleklitir. th* oonlract th* bidder. will\ .. i l b* the th' l uil.ln-
,. I traet nnd uivv txiful: *a renulrad.Th I I = :: :=:: :'nlr"f:: auch reuular:

right la r arvd to II either' In apeclal or
:No./ 3, Starko, South-.J. W. Morgan. 1>1.... ; upiiorll.in: : the R pr. xrnN-
Plni and aperlflcatlona may and In th. Hum* of llapr*.
/ ; offic. of th. rounty Kn: .ine.r. provided' The preceding

J ef> No. .IGraham-C. D. Roberts.NIL bo obtained from th. Har tary remilar, Htiil., cenaim, which
;0 .t U so po, _". -...n taken nenreat no.
: FOLKS 1. tJ>II" r.oJ' '", .' J 0J ii, Hampton-A. A. I'utch.No. I I: II. ....*..ntatlve* In the any Renat
,
... < / ) oJrY ./ fl, Theressa--C. A. VoungbliMid. N. iirMtetilatlvva. .hall iton-
: o Jl'l' ..- I C. A. I ,I HII<.h| HM>rllonntent In tile
I IN OUR H.A.ot.1i-l2 .. .hull fall tiiruapiHirtlon

0''" '" t'i tt ifO l\... 7, New Itiver- M. I.. Johns.No. ,.. ,lii tin* t. 1'1/ ('I"JIof\ "" ,10:
TOWN -c J", 1' 8, Drooker-D. W. llazen. IIIMIlrllltl) I I ; :;: ,::;.n.aft. :,the th*adjournment Governor: .hall ofI

fO IN PliOIIArR.: I .'. call Ih* 'l.onl.lal'ire' lo-
IN R* ; r.t.to of ..",. neMlon tti con.l.ler' thi*
J. U FRAZEE JOB DUKSCIirnr. dnewodFINAL I ,..."..nm.nL and eueh a*>
Nunr"K.NOTICB I of the LcnUlalur .la her*.
A ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT 13 IIEUKPY < l | fa 'repportti" n th*
und.ral>nd will on th* Mh day I :: ; : r.Niulre.1: : by the; amendment
Good LAWPOSTOFFICE A. U. 'IV24. pnawnt t.. th* .. land .urh ...r..r."'
Judhm of Ilradford County. .. .. for reaplMirtlonment,
Suggestion c::? BUILDING return, account and vuu h.n 1 to explr* at the end of

tralrlx of th* tata of Jo* I all, until reaifpnrtlonment
STARKE. FLA.CUAKDIAN'H craned1. and. at *ald: time, then : ; : ron.lder no hualneaa oth.r

t=] application to the -- tl m.nt "if her ailmlnmtrat'on, '
IlJEdward l !NOTICK a* aueh admlnlatratrlx.. and for ': .IITIO.V1'rouo.lna an
ahanln. hn u auch ., .-. .. 1 nf Arflcl. 0. of. th.
In Court of Tounly Juiln. *. Countof BmJfor.l Uat.d thla Dnl day of .Inly, the. Slate of Florid. .. R.-
HI.... ol Florid. ORTKLLA \ ." and, Flnnae.
r::=J Nolle. .U h.rrhjr .gtvrn to nil whom II may Admlnlatratrlx the Lilaltur* of the Slat.f .
McCuUougbAUTOCASTCR eoncvrn. that I. N J. Mrx.ru l.u.,oIl.n of Ji (if th. K ltol Liwill. C. Moor*, minor A. 7. ADKINS.Attorney. I anundment of SavtlonI
will on ,he avth day ol s.p..mbe r A. t>. I ronatltiitliin of th. Slat
1 IV24.! lit 10:00: a tn or u >oon. tlwmrurM t" tn allnn and nnanc*,
trw m.lter m.r h. h..rd. apply to the --'OTlrllf: )" I and .hall h* .uhmltted to the
Honorable K. A. (.riwn. County Jud*. In ami WHFRKAM. The I.eublaiure .*. for adofition" or rejeetlon
for ,alii Brailforil' County, at him. uttln In the r..n.tltutl..n i.f I I."ll of the .. eleetlon of Repraaenta-
Suirk. PliirliU.. In laid County, for an ordvr ida, did paa* five ;..lnt ,.. the yiar IHthat I. tn
ti> '011. at puhlia or prlvat* .al.. tiilalil / 'Iff. amendment' to the 1. Article n. of the Comtl-
minor. Interat, U-wlt: fI' nt. of J'loh'n.! and th.. .. I of Kl.irlda. IH. amended toI
A on..twlfth undivltlfld Inumt In and to to by A vot* of thre-flflha of I I '. :
the following flnwnb. r.al ........ altuat. .l....u>dj to earn houae ; that the I I I...I.I.t".* .hall provld.. for.
and "'In" In Stark. Uradfofd County, Hor- j J ,int _Iutlnno were entered :: : : :; rat* of taxation. ; :'xcpt:
Ida towltlTh 1 I "epectlv Journal.. with the ". ) for *n cll 1 rat* rate*
r.mft half of Lola Numb.r""<) an*, two thereon .and they did ....""' ..rt". but aocll. apetlal' rat*
and thr., of Block. Numbr. two of trat the aaid Joint Knuilutlone' I .. exceed Hve .tlllt on the dol
Wynn'a dilltlon to th. town of Stark. I In the eleetnr' of the Htaf. at valuation nf Florida' In Northwcat Wuarter of SoulhwntQuarter R1' ..tU>n in Noveml 1024VOW. : h .peaUl rat* or ., or
of Hinalon 28. Townghlp S, South THERfcfOKE.: l.li inerefrom, may .b* ap-
I
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H.nii. 21 Eait.I ""J It IJ. r1e >atd ihl. mol day of Au nai A D I'iZIN. Flirld*. do heeehy rlv. notle. l State, "....nl". dlatrlet. and
J. .hall preacrlbe ....h re.il
MOOKR.K
.J.>.5t-.-2 e (iuardlan Lu ll* c. Moor*, Minor.NOTICK will; h* h..f, In etL.; ; : r.c'rl; ..u.* a Juat violation of all
Tueaday nut .11..11.. ..* th* .1 and peraonal. exceptlnr
OK BI.ETION .vember. A. l> 1 1" 4. Ih* .. ." I.. e.emptwl hy ,law for
(flat that I '''''. If..111'7. aclentlAc. re-

To th* flh.rllf. of Bradford County, of the etXJRTII DAY OF purfKiM'
'. I eompllanc* with .aid pro-
,
Slat* of HorliU : r the railflcatIon or
cJ: H. It Known. That I. II. Clay Crawford Ji.lnt KMi.iliitfona pr.fpo.intr and the fanvav.. deelar*
I of the Htate nf I th.r,..f, .Kn ..ubje.ted
Hrtrrtir, ol Bt t* of the StaM of i lortda. f'onatltutlon
RE8OM;'TION .. .....* and reatrletlona' m*
do hrby alv* notle* that a \ JOINT in
eUetlune.
for xeneral
(.E.NEKAL ELECTION Amandment ta Artlel'* IX of I

c: ; Will .hf. hld In Hradford County. Sta(. ofPluriil tion of th* State of ...Iorl.... 'WRI'REOJ'': I h.... her.-
*. on Tuwlay nvxt micil, "*..1intf. th* at on and V1naa. th., ',.....1 Heal I
affl.ed
and
Mr. i Monday In No>*fflbr. A. D 1921. th* II. U Re olvd. ny th* .... ,I ..., at Tllahaaae. the

.aid TnMilay Kvlnv tb. :'if florid*: ... .. "- ".. ilay ..f July.. A.
followlnam'
VUtKTH DAT or NOVEMHKH Dial th*
Fur Six ,*, rTralnVntlal Elreton. I IX cf the Conatitutlo of th* !I CLAY CHAWFORO.
Fur on* R",prntatlv. of th* 9** ,nd Connulonal I.'-. ralatlve ta Ta.atlon and H Secretary. fo Sll.
W.trlrt' of the But* of florliU.! numWrerf .lection Eleven 'III

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4. ,, PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBERS, 1D2I.

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Bradford tare quite Important: ''housewife to supply her home needs I i iFOR I [dicating clearly the nature and ex- Mrs. Elizabeth Hone of Lawteyspent

County Telegraph First, extend industrial education'''by mail.. The plea is made -that by OVER. 40 YEARS tent of treatment necessary to the two days of last week with

-_ ._-_-'-_'-h.- _. -__-..'. _-.- I'I until about one-half the time spent'!: patronizing these concerns a staving fULl/a CA FA mill MKUICINK baa been human system suffering from any Mr. and Mrs.'E. W. Hayes, at Kings-

Published w >ekvind( entered a* on text books and the other half on'' can be made on all-\ kinds of merchandise Catarrh.IIAM.'S u.uc".fu1J7: tn tile treatment ol j cause whatever. Heretofore. work of ley lale.Mrs. .

| learning trades and making boys and they carry. But if the good CATARRH MRDICIXH Con- this class bad of necessity to go to ,,
.*.......d clans: li>
t I office at :Starke, Florida. I Second, establish a public school I 1 I foots the bill, will weigh the matter Internal Relieve Medicine by local, a application ToniC which and acts the These gentlemen are to be commended afternoon for Jacksonville where

I -==:==:- = -0,. -= '-= system where every child will learn'' carefully and make some investigations through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces for their progressiveness in she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Jack

.. 8. M.\TTIIEW8.0.n.r, as early in life as possible to accumu- they can easily determine that thus reducing the InflammAtion. this Murdcn.
I Bold all giving Starke the benefit of
I J. C. ROnlXSOV_.______Manarfnc Editor. ;; late small savings instead of learn- their real interests from the financial :i', by drutglata !I
F..1. valuable
Cheney: A Co. Toledo. Ohio. aid to medical science.
ing to spend money faster than they : I standpoint as well as the matter I | Mrs. W. F. Starkweather and

II PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY earn it.Third. I 1'of seeing what they buy and getting I II DRIVE SLOW BY SCHOOL j i.daughter.. Betty, of Jacksonville, are
,
Therefore
.. sell school bonds direct to'1 quality merchandise can best be served i I minister. next Sunday BUILDING i 1 i guest of Mrs. Clyde Alvarez: at
has been the of
announced as day
the taxpayers in small denominations -I the home ;
I |i by patronizing merchants i I 1 Kingsley lake.
''formal and final conclusion of
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and keep the interest money at i the fellows who own the business my Chief Kite has asked all auto

& Per Year '. J1.50 i home among: the people who pay the {,I in your home town, who have a :|: ministry so far as I know. drivers to drive very slowly and I Work on oiling the part of the

hills.i i direct interest in home ImproveI ', The church needs a keener sense :carefully along that portion of the I! state highway completed will beginat
., Six! :Months 75c:: With these slight reforms put In-I|I menu and |of the responsibility of stewardship I south of
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f I|I progress. i iI ''or highway passing the school building.It an early date, the portion
I, .- o effect the public educational sys- tithing and a larger and clearer treated
I ------- I And speaking of The Home Merchant Starke to be the first
l I is also have
'I vision of the possibilities that lay neces..arto cars i i
be-coming who is he ? He is the chap
I'I, I I within its reach. It also needs a fuller 'under absolute control while
t tr tr | who gives you credit when you are travers-I Miss Mary Curtis Williams, of
; white collar nonproducers.LIVE I realization of the meaning and ing the entire length of the
financially broke, and carries your I II I Key West, arrived Thursday for a
I account until you are able-'to pay. i)significance of church membership during the time the school children visit with Miss Aileen Alvarez. Miss
LEARN and to know that it takes more than I
AND! from Until
are going to and school. the
who back William hits been spending sum
I He is the chap gives you
I a salary large or small, to satisfy I
I I the city calls for sidewalks to be Fortress Monroe and
or makes exchanges I I nH'nths at
if we learn fromexperience your money minister of Christ. mer
as a people can the true
laid on this street, the children will J
'
I when you are not satisfied with what Hot Springs, Yaef
without having to be hit
Ir' have bought. I'I Therefore the retiring: minister I use the highway for a walk, whichis -
shall urge the immediate call of a a very bad practice, though necessary -
times, the recent slight depression in lie is the chap who meets you at pastor who shall be able to lay these ( for the present. I tLtnQISPIRIN

thin country should have taught its the door with a message to the "kids" things on the hearts and consciences j I
,
I No. .:*&. Ie, on.i and a real "come again, goodbye." 'I of the members with more power Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent

j (Mei..oershlp in National Highway i When industry slowed up jobs became He is the chap whose clerks live in than he haa been able to do. The Saturday in Brooker with friends.
scarcer-just enough scarcer the home town and spend their
Association) subject at 11:00: a. m. next Sundaywill I
that one really hurt but with and other local peo- !Mrs. J. W. Jr. Mrs.
I{, -- I 1"0 no was ,'' money you be: Receiving a Kingdom, or Andrews, and
(: The Florulti Kxuminui: and independent enough to make a sensible man think pie i I the Urgency of the Divine Summons E. L. Biggs visited relatives in Law-

I weekly it the latest addition i- and realize that any movement or I I'I lie is the chap who helps support to Service. Text Heb. 12: 28. At 8:00p. : tey Monday.

to the newspaper craft in MI- I any. agitation which interferes with our churches and charitable organizations m. The Unconscious Services of

ami. normal industrial activity strikes and talks for your hometown I Christianity. All are invited to come Mrs. Iva T. S'prinkle, of Lake Butler -

I :' -0I first and hardest at the working: man. and boosts for it every day in I and the membership ia urged to be passed through Starke Monday

: Now that Bradford county has laid As farm prosperity returns more' the year. present Sunday morning: enroute to Ocala. I I

I I the foundation for a good roads system men have jobs not only on the farms' lie ia the chap who visits you when W. E. DAUGHERTY

I its greatest need today is a but in all lines of industry.A you are sick, sends flowers to your I I Minister. Dr. and Mrs J. J. Bullen were Say "Bayer"InsistI!

,. county agricultural agent. man who works in a sawmill or family when you die, and follows visitors to Jacksonville Saturday, :

a mine should realize that his job I your body out among the trees and i iI I II ''! :\\.\YOit'S PROCLAMATION: returning home Monday. ': For Pain Headache

Miami building permits for the depends on prosperity In other lines I I tombs as human feet may travel with

eight month of 1921 have reachedthe of business which use the product he, the dead. I'| '''Whereas the President of thq Miss Edna Hutto returned Tuesday -I Neuralgia Rheumatism

eleven million mark. A wonderful produces.The He is the home merchant, your [United States has approved a plan from a visit with friends at j

record for a wonderful city. brakeman or engineer/ on a neighbor, your friend your helper in for a National Defense Demonstration Tampa and Plant City. Lumbago Colds
I
freight train should realize that his time of need. j jDon't to be held in connection with the ,

' Another evidence of Miami'agrowth job depends on "the other fellow"who you think you ought to trade National Defense Test that is to be I Dr. E. W. Frazee eye specialist Accept only a

f makes an article for transportation. with him and be his friend and his conducted throughout the United c.J"'f Bayer package
,.. In the right direction is the will be in Starke at Dr. Parks' of-
of need? I States on September 12, 1921, and
helper in time I
erecting of $275,000 club house fice 6th.
a on Saturday Sept.
If we pull together as a nation dollar II | Whereas, the Governor of the which contains proven directions
4 a lot coating $77,500 by the Woman'H Don't you know that every I i
j Club of that city. succews awaits us. If we fight among I you send out of your town for merchandise I State of Florida Hon Cary A. liar- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mrs. I Jlandv: "Raypr" boxes of 12 tablets
has issued proclamation calling Alto !bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists
ourselves we court hard times and to dee a '
to men
-0-- is sent strangers A. S. Strickland and daughter, Miss\
ts.Much I | the people of Florida and Anplrln in the tra has been said of the contempt failure. I who never spend a dollar here You upon Myrtle spent Tuesday in Gaines- l' fnt'turv of Miinoacptlcicltlviiter.. of :Mnll.'lIe..I<
The work of the Dawes' committee 'don't especially upon the various munlcipalities I
i in which laws are held by save much, frequently ville.
nothlng'j and all civic and patriotic -
; our citizenship. The average citizen of experts to formulate a businesslike when you send your money upon
program for settlement of the' And don't know that the citizens generally to cooperatein I ( The Prince is Here .
; .holds the law in more respect than town. you Don't miss the Fashion Walk at j -
e Allied Reparations tangle further I of this town I every practicable way in makingthe :
the average officer sworn to enforceit. growth and prosperity the Gaiety Theatre, Tuesday evening -
emphasizes the value of team work the suc- National Defense Test Day a
depends very largely upon I 9th.
Sept. I
I, -p- along constructive lines. cess of the home merchant Outoff success, Therefore I. C. L. Peek, (

r. This committee figured out such a city by the f' JIayor of the City of Starke, Florida I
judge our
For a county depending almost town people Mrs. R. E. Rhodes of Tallahassee
r entirely on its farming activities to practical plan that it will be adoptedon appearance of our stores and by the !,do call upon the various organizations will arrive Sunday for a visit with J Jt

t be without a county agent at It IIf account of Its sanity and simplicity. degree of enterprise shown, but our j la our city and upon our citizens her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al-
all in their
do
After five years of European intrigue merchants cannot succeed unless generally to pow-
head Is like business organization varez.
any -
and jealousy plain every day home people give them loyal support. 'tr to make the day a success. t
without a leader-there will be
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business sense and honesty had to -Kissimmee Valley Gazette. C. L. PEEK Mayor.C. I -
f' little accomplished.Take Misses Annie Belle Turner and
o win out over political inefficiency.The -0-- A. FUTCH Clerk. Beatrice Howe were weekend guests 1 } + t
I of have suffered i I
ft "high yaller" on his way tot people Europe HAWES PLAN ACCEPTANCEMEAN REGISTER FOR GENERAL' of Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at j
five long to learn their lesson FOR
PLEA '
years FURTHER
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"nieetln" in an animated piece of ELECTION Kingsley. j
-namely-that one nation cannot CANCELLATION OF DEBTS .
t' junk, a pint or so' of dry product under I
1 the silk shirt borrowed from thewite' profit at the expense of another. I of the Have you ever registered for a Gage hats featured in original
York
washing and when he once I Thus do we see intelligence finally New -will'Acceptance be followed shortly I general election? If not you must patterns and attractive copies of

l I coaxes his relic to do 30 or 40 per, I conquering ignorance. How long individuals Dawes renewed plan drive in this country I j do so before Saturday October 11th, '' French models will be shown at the
by a
nations suffer the I if vote in the general election in
or during
he is high lord of the road. you Fashion Show at the Gaiety Theatre

w -o-- "process of education" depends upon November. Registering for the primary Tuesday evening, Sept. 9th.

An Army of "Let George do it" their ability to learn from observation -pro-dieted election does not qualify one I I

commanded by "General Apathy"would and escape the severe lessons I I to vote in the general election. )i READ |
which experience gives to those who Registration books are now open in
never win a war. Defense Test New York sailed as American Federation l I THE TELEGRAPHFOR <
refuse to learn otherwise all precincts.NEWSOSI' .
Day is Intended as a survey of the of Labor delegate to the ALL LOCAL ii.tl'PENINGS'C

Man-Power of tho United States, The American people have only a British trades union congress at I BUYS BUNGALOW I

and as an opportunity to acquaint bright future before them if they ,
I Hull, England. Now Farm Woman
j
every man, woman and child of the stand for the square deal policy American labor would vigorously I Ray N'ewsom has purchased from' |

United States with the provisions of ,' which will assure continued agricultural oppose any such wholesale cancella- Dan Boree the bungalow! on Cherry''j

the National Defense Act. Show activity. tionof debts, declared Mr. Brady. street now occupied by W. G. String- J

your Government on that day where I 0I Furthermore, he asserted American fellow and family. Mr. Newsom will .T '

you stand WHICH WILL BE THE GOAT labor would refrain from particpat- occupy his purchase within a few ***** CAGT[

\ -- I ing in any plan for financing Euro- ,days. < -ytJ. The Prince of Wales, young man
Other counties in this section are Railroad employees wont more pay nations "until such nations ? of many falls from horses, arrived
and farmers want lower freight pean PUPILS HEING TRANSPORTED in New York In't week, lunched
taking the growing of tobacco in
up show inclination to practice peaceas I
i rates. an TO STARKE I "*** with President Coolidge on Sntur-
place of the cotton crop and making |I The railroad employees to well as preach It-until they cease f tiny and m now being lionized by
propose
good. South Georgia farmers, bankrupt I[ accomplish this for both by having iI | appropriating huge sums for war ma- In addition to the enrollment of N; "f. society as he attends the
by the boll weevil took up tobacco and begin removing the from I int"'nticnal polo matches on Long
1 I the farmers join with them in chinery pupils Starke and the nearby
growing and are now prosper- I port of radical candidates for centives for new wars." In-I';countryside at the B. H. S. this term, | Islanu.
With office.I, .
OLT. n county ngent to aid the
I nut how can this be done? "But watch for I a number of trucks are in use trans I NOTICE
teach and the
supervise growing) and Wages paid railroad employees are that will be turn t1 loose over here I porting pupils from outlying schools, '> Notice tk. hereby given that the following
hurdling of the crop, Bradford which indebted I' described lands will be aold at public auction
nations are
those Pine Forest Crestview |
could fine grade of obtained by the railroads by hauling ; Hampton, the HFJST 1II0 D\Y In OCTOBER.
county as
grow
freight, passengers mail and the United States, he it"I,Theresa and Heilbronn Springs. j 1024. It boln* the 6th day of aid| | month

I I tobacco as any-0--county in the stale. and charging for such service.express "This country will be flooded with ,This number now exceeds 70 and will I before Bradford the county.Courthouse State Door nf Florida at Starke, or, to In

Railroad are such that doubtless increase during the next much thereof a* will be necessary tq pay th..rnount .
The Florida State Journal of Tallahassee earnings CHURCH OF CHRIST : I
I I few weeks. due for taxi nit opposite the aame.
Governor Dawe editor has any substantial increase In wages of together with the 0001 nf nuch Hale and ad-
,
August The truck used in transporting the r' \ U'TtH TnxCollectorLot ,
railroad employees would necessitate The pastoral year closed on i r rj
succeeded the Florida and .
Dispatch l '
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1 .f nil loll ton. Truby & co'snld
an"
t will begin Its publication at an early an increase in rates. first but owing to the sickness Hampton boys and girls to Starke See, _. Twp f. Range 12. _H. O.Mu .

1 date in the capital city. In the announcement On the other hand any substantial ,of the minister there was no formal also brings to Hampton the gram- R. >.m _. 22.2'I4"

: Is stated "The Florida I reduction in rates would necessitate conclusion of the pastoral relation- mar school children from Theressa r. y rVTOC4eTL
I
State Journal stand for all forma! a reduction In the wages; of railroad 'ship between the church and the district. I I

of statesmanship in Florida that employees.! INSTALLS X.RAY OUTFITOne I Social activities no longer int."i .
How then, is it possible for bothto ests !Mrs. George W.' Vandvrhilt,
work be built
for a greater! state to j Wild Mill Again
I upon thi foundations of government ; accomplish the desired end? Is it | of the most progressive steps owner of many millions of dollar:
I She has turned to
already laid." Success to the Journal )lot self-evident that one faction or taken in Starke lately by members personally supervises dairying the work an, i

--o-- suc-I, the other must lose out? Is it not' of the medical profession is the installation her big farm ut Biltmurc, N. '

t There is no secret about the also self-evident that with railroad .1 by Dr. O. L. Haynes and "I am just a plain farm worn i '

j cess of other counties in its truck'I labor organized and the farmers unorganized Dr. E. L. Biggs of the latest type !GRay she told custom oHirials. ,
the big organized vote -I
\ nnd general farming. Organized effort machine for use in the practice
w
would} take the turkey and the farmer of .
their
profession. The machine has
I t.: : Is the factor that I is making
take the crow? been installed at the dental office of --
i c t :farmers prosperous in counties not But the radical and the IWWch One Will Get
: even favorerl-wlth the soil and facilities politician Dr. Haynes, and the office: equippedwith I Your Vote?

I Bradford has. labor lenders want more-they want .1 complete developing and print

Interest in growing tobacco has I government: ownership of the rail- ing outfits. CODUDGE

roads. The X-Ray is an invaluable instrument
been awakened since It has! been
thoroughly demonstrated that sweet They want this in face of the fact to the medical and dental professions -

that during federal control, withrreiJl'ht the pictures taken by it inLet's -
be only
not
potatoes can !grown, anti rates the highest 1
passenger
with degree of success In
a
ever known; the railroads'" were
b itself sufficient to good dividends Go"VETERANS
pay 4
operated at a loss running high in Af
but that the sweet potato Esssar
I the millions. I fy
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crop following tobacco crop helps Manifestly there Is! no bond of mu- F ALL UNITED ,
the land instead of taking from its ,
I tual Interest between the farmer and STATES WARS
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Sweet always
r fertility. potatoes I the railroader for as to rates and
? bring a gotxi.price in Florida and wages what would be good! for one The officers and enlisted men of \

with a tobacco crop followed\ the would be bad for the other. t Company G., 124th Infantry most

fame. year by a awed potato crop, The farmer has had some experience cordially invite you to eat "Slum"

growers are assured of good' returns with increased cost of farm la- ,irroc.lTS.4 po beans and "Corned Willie" with themat
h
front their land even though the ;!bor. He knows what high wages and Louis! Firpo, Wild! Bull of the noon on National Defense Test I ItA6uT1

first year's tobacco experience does I short work days mean and they meanno Pampas', who last year knot,rj Day September 12th, 1924, and to

not come up to what more experienced I less on the railroad than on the Champ Dempsey sprawling b 'f,.10 parade with them in the afternoon. I
Gainesville Jack finally him. is ba,k ". 1 n
making. got
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are Please
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growers farm, for compared with the farm, send your name and addressnow
from South America and rt.ul r
#c Sun. work-days on the railroad are shorter harry Will, at N Y. yep'; and report to Captain W. L. I

-o- and! wages five times higher. If h. tv HIS. the giant ne..ro, F, Wall, at the Court House in Starke,
1.1 .V.lOIV(4 PL'nLiC !SCHOOLS Friday September 12th 1924, before ,
The Manufacturer. may gel another shot at Demi- *
eleven o'clock I'I'I >a
a. m.
To make the public school system, MERCHANTThe I1IAVISe
I Mess Call 11:65
THE HOME : : a. m.
and higher education -
both elementary First Call (for parade) 2:45: p. inl '

e attain Us greatest; usefulness mails are being flooded these I I Assembly 3:00: p. m. ;

/I to the American people three things days with catalogs and circulars' n I Retreat 5:00: p. m. I

r PtU Cared In O to 14 Va 7*- from the mail order houses, chain Automobiles will be provided in 1100 ether fo .. 01 era
I
pnfalR.rofsad .If AZO OINTM ENT faU stores, department stores and city the parade for all veterans of the a diet RppGl'Wa' bias Im froa =:
t eaw ItelliD4. Bilad.ps Bleedint or Protrodlns stores of various kinds carrying appeals 'l Civil War and for disabled veterans | ellDdWe... VIMie __ w nq :

eta iHWT...InMU-r tsetatl W reU aRN. .. llcblnt Ont application Pile. and 101"'"<:.. more or less specious, forth. of'later war. bm. .. ... ..._ ,.. ..., a aM pmpla baD mal .._.

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