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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 12, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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PLEADS FORPREPAREDNESS Program For Defense Day i SIXTY FLORIDA I,


\! TOWNS\ RESPOND



OF CIVILIANS :: Celebration Very Elaborate ON DEFENSE DAY


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PERISHING WARNS AGAINST ADJUTANT GEN. REPORT

ATTITUDE OF LETHARGY'' SHOWS SPLENDID

Not to Allow the-Costly Lessons of ;I Company "G" Ready; 'Old Glory to t Be Flung BH a W hole\\ uJltkt'RESULTState Good .,

the World War to Pas I I Showing AltuhiiKh Some Sections .

Unheeded.New Are I.ukvwiirm. ,

York, Sept. 9-A strong pica War Strength Sought to the Breeze in Starke I St. AugUHtm, Sept 8-Rt.potts '
for civilian preparedness for the I received at the! iifflcp of the Adjutant

eventuality of war and a warning i I' I General of Florida show that over

against letting the "future lull us I ,I sixty Florida cities and towns. have ,

into our customary attitude of ;, Military Resources of This Se:tion Beeves, ]loge and Kid Added to the :,'vo far responded to tho suggestion\ 4'I

lethargy and irresponsibility," was: to Be Mobilized in Menu for the Basket Picnic Dinner l .caches Ford to Dance J '"f the Federal Government OH. com- .I
voiced tonight by Gen. Perishing in Company G. Every Able j Book by Uncle John mumcuted through Governor Har-
a speech at at banquet at the Govern. I Friday-Starke people will ,, deer provlumation! mid arrangednrnKiums
ment club.Comparing. Man of Military Age Join in Having Hilt Musket of e ;, I of suliuble exercises for

the activities of the I Enroll With Company and EaU That Can Only lie Found in :National./ Defense\ Day. No doubt

pre-war regular army to those of !I Part in Day's Program Bradford I there are other communities where

the present day, he said that the ,?i programs have been arranged, but
civilian attitude towards the army's | Able bodied, white male I which have not an yet reported! their
of Florida between the Starke is oil net for the National !
task had changed. The army's zens action '
he said "has become of 18 and 45 who a 2 4 Defense Test Day. Aside from the
preparation years fl In commenting upon the situation .,
goal'l that would be subject military features involved and for
they
whether it be
service, blazing I liidnAdjutant" General Fouler said: I
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route round the world or military duty in the event which Friday, September 12th was S" R "The results are! most gratifying ,
serious national emergency, designated, over all this broad land, t rr '
the of the land > i
youth something of
but it was to be expected that tho ,
I who are precluded by various the committee appointed to look I
their civic duties and I II
obligations. people uf Florida would make thaI
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cumstances from regularly
after the
amusement of the gathering l
Referring to Defense Day, he I .iiini' enthusiastic response in this. \
listing in the National until the hour for
set the parade ,
thought that "the general l matter that they always have to ,
PlirticiPc.-1 but who, in the event of a have worked faithfully and well. {
tion of our people on that I for active service, would Grown folks and kiddies alike will Na 'I. \"I'> ilemancl, for patriotic ivrvicu. ( I
be a conslusive evidence that theyare join and serve with a local "It I is unfortunate that here and 1
not going to allow the costly I II. tional Guard organization, find that the day passes off only too then- throughout this :State: as Blue

lesaons. of the world war to pass un invited to enroll with quickly.As tt line, the influent IH manifested of I

heeded." G. 121th Infantry, and for eats, the surprise held In Hume who, disregarding the history

The army, he aaid, always had with that organization in the store until the lust' has been disclosed ,iol,I' all ours back nf us, profess to bain

taught the "loftiest conception of fense Day Parade on Barbecued meat under the sup..rvisiun I 'vi-" ilKit war may be eternally bun- if

patriotic service," emphasizing the I 12, 1924, with the exprerrf jroo.Crc of no lens a personage than I-I i "' l In.in, the earth by the adoptionof .f
principle "that no man is worthy oft'! standing and agreement Green Ncwsom himself, will bo added e.C pI mlahle. ri'olutloliH.'America .
the of ;< so enrolling they in no way "Uncle John." who write a to the basket dinners provided, by ,
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protection: our government unless IH not a military nation. t t"uLio1
this I
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for newspaper
ligate themselves prom poem- -
he ill willing to serve under the military duty, but take any thin {is the author of a book of the housewives of Starke and *ur | 'our military pulley since I It
flag in the event of an emergency, tion merely to indicate heir j poems from The Hugh Stephens rounding country. Anyone who has t tin- establishment of this Govtrn- '

from which there follows the corrol- ,, derstanding of and desire to Press of Jefferson title-"a "Tha attended an old-fashioned picnic in I imeni clearly indicate that. The.
Jury that if there exists obligation Water Witch" Is its book Bradford knows whnt to expect
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that the Federal
operate in the test of the and military system:
Verse as human understand.
to defend the flag, then there also tion's plans for defense. ing as 'Gene Field; says one i when the baskets are carried to the x'31'e 'law now provides fur U a dufensivqsystem.

exists a duty to qualify for the Volunteers are asked to reviewer Uncle John in everyday tables. In under that it may remain -

purpose." I' Friday morning before Is Dr. J. J. Calm of Excelsior With the weather man in a good HO, It iH highly important that
the bitter realities of J. L. Peek at Springs, 110.WEED .
"Realizing o'clock to Capt. I humor nothing: prevents the day I tho people may lie .mado fully i ur'quaintcd '-
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war, he continued, "universal peace j armory In Starke. from exceeding any previous celebra- I l with It and with their Individual
should be the i ideal toward which we I tion. The invitation la to come early responsibilities under It. Thatis
must earnestly strive, without neglecting Starke's defense day CUTTING GOING ON
Anil stay late. You will'enjoy the the .purpose. of the 'Demonstra
our sacred duty to providefor which the local military After several weeks delay the I day in Starke. tions'
that
and volunteers for this day I are planned to be conduct.
security. assembled in a ( of cutting the weeds on streets The Day's Program henry Ford Is going to give old-: ed on September.. 12th.
"Let us not again deceive our vacant lots is going rapidly for. time dances at his Waysid (Mass.)
what this section would da :tn 10:00 100 yd. dash. Call Street "In my judgement, nothing could
selves, for without the remotest There are still many vacant Inn this winter. He haa hired Mrs.
of actual necessity, is .: I be done to more effectively aid In
-prize $2.50.
doubt our lack of even ordinary fore- in need of mowing machine, and II. F. Lovett of Hudson, Mass., to
sight before 1917 brought us into Starke is one of over sixty Peek has notified property 10:15: three round amauter boxing teach! him his wife and their friends (perpetuating those ideals and, policies
Florida which will observe -prize $2.50. the old steps, Mm Lovett is now which insure to u* u continuanceof
the greatest of all wars. While always tional Defense Day, Friday, that unless they take steps in Detroit to "show, Mr. Ford how
10:30 of the blessings of than tu
clear their lots the | climbing greasey pole peace
city will do
working for the settlement of following the suggested .. so to do the "Dov-sua-doe."
assess the cost against'the --prize 250. teach the people what those' ideals,
international differences with honor \ prop
from the Adjutant
sent out > 11:00: catching greased pig Call and and
,. policies are, why they are,
and by peaceful means, and always
office. Visitors to our town Friday and I Street-prize $2.60. and how they may be preserved. I
avoiding political entanglements, let Aside from the men of I TOWN ELECTION HELD TUE8-
12:00: Basket dinner at Park. 1
should see Starke at its think this was the aim of those who
us never again as a people blindly who will take part in the DAY
age At present some parts of the I 1:00: Military Demonstration, Call projected the observance of September -
conclude that a pacifist state of mindon of the military strength of the cannot be seen for the luxuri- and Walnut Street intersection. 12th as 'National Defense Day,'
our part, which involves wanton ty, consisting in bringing .l'J growth of weeds. I 1:30: mule race Madison Street John Uflow Defeated for Me.nber
but whatever huve been the original |
neglect, will ever seriously deter an G to full war strength, i -prize $5.00. of Council by S. A. Bryan may -
idea, that will be accomplished,
members, World War
aggressive foe Legion { 2:00 horse race Madison Street
"Be it understood that we are not erans, Spanish War Veterans, the old-time campaigners, as well I -prize $5.00. The city election Tuesday resulted and it is a highly" (important and necessary *

advocating militaristic doctorines, federate veterans, civic and veterans of the World War, will 1 2:30: auto race, paved street west in the re-election of all ollicers one.
but only urge a very reasonable ganizations will take part live over the days past when'''of' Court Housa-prize $5. For Ford, now serving the town, with tho Exception At.STINTAYI.OKMr. --
and that parade, scheduled to start in call" was the most welcome cars, regularly equipped. I of John Ugluw, member of
of planning
plan training at three o'clock :I'I the council, who defeated
afternoon in was by S. .
camp. 3:00 Parade of
wit render us less likely to be drawn : I Darling Austin Highland,
courthouse.One Disabled veterans of the World War' 4:00: Speaking at Park. A. Bryan, by a majority of seven and Minx Myrtle leans Taylor, of
into armed conflict"The of the features of this veterans of the War Between the I votes.
I.iiwtey, were united in marriage by
scene In the Hotel Astor will be the school children from will be provided with auto. I WORLD FLYERS REACH GOAL Those elected and the u nber if
| Judge It. A. Green at hill office Wednesday
where the dinner was held was a section of the county. for the parade. Ex-service votes received, follows:
! vivid reminder time. There that there Reach Mayor C. L. Peek 13). morning at ten o'clixk.
of war Wiggins' estimates who served their country during Boston After a Round the ,
dinner thousand children World Alderman (Three to elect S. A. Mr. Austin Is one IIf Clay County's
: were uniforms everywhere, at least one World War are expected to pa- / Flight / )-
! was announced by a bugler who I, 'with their teachers. Each with Co. G. Fall in line, boys, Bryan, 102; L. A. Davis, Jr., Ill; wealthy and. respected young citizens
i Boston, Sept. 0.-Six army airmen I John Uglow 95 J. W. White while hm bride In the beautiful
sounded mess call and the personal j be grouped and carrying a once again, be one of Uncle Sam's ; 112
! flag of the general with the colors of ,designating the school they entered upon the lust stage of their j Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Collector and attractive young daughter "f
, in'' Company New York and the nation were Formation of Parade
to all vetiranof thin section when they arrived today in Boston, Tax Au."orA.. Knight U.r. r uupli' haa luriff circle of
the lobby. Hundreds of officer who Police, Band, and Military com- ,their first obiottive the Atlunti.
i thi-iii {in iatmirlum! beans and on Marshal-G. M. Bennett 4.1, Silun 'rienil' wh" well "om''* them homo at
-Call street, front of court- con-it of the United Sates. Th- big Kite
tale hour. 132.
,, moon
(Continued on Page Ten.) rI W11he"at ',cruiser planes, completing a 125 mile I 1J'.rhlll"I' !

Legion, World War Vet,
Spanish War Veterans, Con- they were forced down< by fug ye"ter-I Our Next President?
First Race ButEpinard
French Champion Loses Veterans and Boy Scouts- day, dropped to their

side Call street, between I Boston( harbor five months. to a day j

and Broadway. 'I rafter the fliers hoped, off northward|
children-Ninth street, be- from Seattle in April. |

Tall and Temple avenue. I' In these months Liiut. Lowell II II i iI

', D. C.-Temple avenue, comer I Smith, commander of the flight, wi'h''
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Lieut. Leslie P. Arnold, in the Mai i iI
I Club all towns, Secret plane Chicago, and I.ieut. Err: II.I

-Temple avenue, be- ,,I Nelson, with his mechanician L.'ut.I. '

Call and Jefferson Streets. ,, John Harding, Jr., In the plane New i
Officials-North side Call ,Orleans, have flown 2.1,00.0 mile. The I .
between Temple avenue and flight! taking. them from America.
street. |sweat coast around the world, through
organizations and the tropics and the far north to the ,:\It', 1.
-South side Call street, be- I American East Coast, was regardedI : "

Broadway and Orange. I I army officials as tiavlni' virtually t .fa .. l ..\r ..sql .
ar Rout of March attained today its object, the circumnavigation f _
-- on Call Street to Cherry, [' of the globe by air-for First return from this n w pprs _'--. Pivudrntiatrxill
I I how Coohiiire DBVI and LA PoJMU so closely rrxOJ that
lost the first o' on Cherry to Ninth, west on I the first time in human history. the possibility. of the election !being thrown into UM Ilooa and Senate
tb Pee four-year-old the French American champion horse Wise CowneJ"" to Walnut, south on Walnut There remains now only the transcontinental ,.,.;,1, .iihin ,"anon In suchvent either Dawoa or V*,... might:
"- by scheduled half races to shown in the picture of the finish. Carr east on Call to Cherry, north journey, no longer accounted ''n msili pri-wlent This new picture, from Lincoln Neb i ti'4ora the)
: a length, as to Seventh street VK-I Presidential camjidatesi f madly wHrjan. .. wb.. Deans called)
Ze" and the rest ot the n Cherry east on a remarkable feat in avia 10 m
Poonda. the horse outran I -
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b eo.td tsot laid a lead over WiN COGJl8e1lor. to City Park. ] tion. : .rnor ., __ __
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELB(.RAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 19'.:


p i a Minneapolis-Three years ago the Mrs. Cox of Gainesville,
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Our National DefenseTestSeptember PRICES CUT AS best of Scotch, rye and bourbon cost Thursday here /guest of Mrs.
$25 a quart here. Johns

Now it sells for $8. Mrs. C. B, Brown and Mrs
12 1924.I BOOZE IS RUN And the buyers usually can be Varnes motored to Waldo one
t certain it> the real stuff. The syndi- last week having dental work
cates are bringing it across from -
r Miss Mamie Hall
1 INQUANTITYINVESTIGATORS Canada. tertained a crowd of the
I I have been asked to speak for a ington's Farewell Address Bootlegging formerly was a pre- folks :
i Saturday with
I evening
class of fellow carious business. Today it is .....syg- a
abort time on the subject of our National The second oinr '
I citizens who preparedness i is tematized. If your dispenser belongs I Romie and Raymond Johns
Defense Text, to tell what it oppose I
I LEARN OF i
consist in and why our government diametrically opposite to the class tq the syndicate, he generally "gets Lake Butler visited Misses

I '" propoiei to hold l It. just mentioned. There Is not an HUGE SHIPMENTS TO U. S.It's I by." If he dosent, it's a different' day.Johns and Lucile Moore here c

From the very foundation of ourCOvf'rnment enemy of the American government story.
r / America has nev r had 'I within our borders who is not an opponent easier and easier to I The syndicate men are backed by The many friends of Mrs. '
I.! of preparedness and who Is getting some of the biggest fortunes in this Brown will regret to learn
a large. standing army. Always our
not of the Defense Test.It buy a drink. part of the country. And they tend is confined to her home from a
.I reliance has been placed tho an opponent
,- upon / That is in the big cities, at least. I to business just like any broker: does. which she sustained last; week
is pitiable but it is nevertheless
civilian soldier. Yet, strange to say,
I, although we have always relied up true that within our land we have a Liquor prices are becoming cheaper. They even have their own chemiststo hope her an early recovery.
'j on the civilan soldier we have never considerable percentage of those And the quality, say those who pass upon their wares. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Deaver *
still obtain their "little nips," is improving S. little son Fred Jr., of
who have imbibed
} started to train the man who wan to never as yet
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to fight his country's battles until American ideals. All of these, almost too. Even "moonshine"tastes Syracuse, N. Y. Prohibition? spent the week-end here with ;

,: : the blast of war was actually upon without exception, are eager better than it did a year ago. They don't seem to have heard of it parents, Mr. and Mrs W. I.
I workers against both preparedness These facts!! are shown by an Im- around these parts. Mr. and Mrs. W.- II. Smith .

us.This short sighted policy Is ana- and the National Defense Test. partial survey just completed by Many breweries are running right children and W. S. Nabb

\ logus to that of a city which waits There Is a third cass of our fellow NEA wrltters in New York, Chicago, along alternating between beer and I church at Brooker Friday

" until a 'con agration is raging: be- citizens lamentably large and whose New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco near beer. -
fore it starts to buy a fire engine or support we are mosr desirous of se Washington Syracuse, N. Y., Dozens of big rum runners bring-
I to organize a fire department. curing. There Is a very considerable Minneapolis, Des Moines and other ing liquor across from! Canada, have .. ....::: &
i When America entered the great percentage of Americans who are cities. established their headquarters here. ;
World War there was probably no indifferent in matters of patriotismuntil Here are a few of the things State troopers are busy trying to ; :

regret more universal throughoutour the stress of war is actually these investigators reamed: apprehend the smugglers T

country than the fact of our absolute upon us. A great many of our fellow New York-Genuine old Scotch I Canadian, Scotch rye and Bourbon
unpreparrdncss and unreadi citizens take so little interest in mat- whisky sells for around $10 a quart.
ness to become an active participant ters of National Defense that they whisky is flowing freely.It The best of Canadian ale is passedover ,
in that great struggle. We had neglect to pay any regard to it. They: can be obtained for as low as the bars for $1 a bottle.
$0 a bottle, or even for $4.50 to .. 5S5ClevelandThere's I' DOWN BY TilE SEA
neither the trained men, the organization are apparently willing in the future, i
bottle if bought in case lots.
!i.25 "YATES"
$
booze
a still in
the as In the to trust to blind luck.
nor Instructors necessary past, .
I "fifth-! '
These bottles, however are Cleveland. -
to solve the great problems prenont- If ever our country must again sentthe' I I noticed Mr. Wright was
---'ed to us. Throughout that great youth of our land untrained and not quarts That is, if you have the price and drinking -

smuggle there was no fact more evident poorly equipped to fight a veteran Synthetic gin Is more plentifulnow the necessary introductns.," After my second cocktail I
than the duty lai-l upon us enemy, the resonsibility for this than at, any time since the Vol- j Considerable Canadian liquor is that he try one and held the \'
I never again to be caught in no grievous state of affairs must rest very largely stead act became effective. It may be being smuggled across Lake Erie. It up to him. "Please, Just take !
a state of unreadincit. Had we I upon that class of American citizens bought/ ,for $2.50 to $3.CO a quart. |I is put on the market at all the way curse off of it." I wheedled.
boen compelled to fact the German who pay so little attention to And all salon are made more or from $10 to $14 a "fifth"Bourbon touched It to his lips but that

army single handed in April of 1917 I the subject of National Defense and less openly . I I and rye-most of it "cut"is all, and he did that because it .
,: there could have been but one 'result national safety that they are willing I being dished out at $14 to $16 the gallant thinK to do under !
-complete dbnxtcr.Many I to allow these most important mat- Chicago-Gin is becoming Chica- ,;',a quart. A single "shot" will cost i I I circumstances. With all the rest
ters to take of themselves go's most popular drink. 75 cents in most places.
thousands of those who care 1'| 'the crowd looking, to have
nerved their country in the WorldWar The Germans stated that we were I Some rh'frt it at $2 a quart. Home-made wine sells for arounu me down wluld have. been his'n.I '
have volunteered to nerve their a nut Ion of money makers; that tho Others quote it at $4. And the very $1 to $1.50 a quart. / ing. i

4 country in the National Guard or in chase, of. the almighty dollar occupied I best of the old-time synthetic stuff I Beer--is almost unobtainable. I The music started.
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I the Organized H.>serv the franc,' vorx on which: tion that no provocation would be nut whisky prices are still high makes little thrills run all over
I we must build in ca.su tho safety of sufllrient to force us into war Subsequent Scotch I in selling from $8 to $12 'u Sampson City, Sept 12-Mcasrt I I confided to my good-looking

I our country demands ilt.I events, proved that they quart. W. S. Nabb, L L. Johns, Ray Gopdge "It's wonderful. That I ,
I With confidence: wj appeal to were mistaken. That great war was Bourbon, handled mostly in barrel and Dogan Nabb motored to. Gaines- would make anyone commit

I every young man of our country, tot enormously costly both in money lots, is selling for around $10 a ville Tuesday. -or even worse" ."Come on," I !
every civic religious or patriotic organization and men, but let no thinking man be gallon. r.r.T.. Lynk Williams has accept employment -. and pulling at his arm started
f I and to '.11 truo Americans mistaken, the staggering debt whichwe ; Beer, though is hard to, find. in Palatka. ward the room where they

whether male or female, to are now carrying and which our Mayor Dover's cleanup campaign I R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent dancing. They were playing a
t show their appreciation of the largely is held responsible [Sunday and Monday here guest of:
patriotism posterity must bear for generations I . enly waltz. He danced, like I
:. I of these volunteer: in the yet to come in not so much an illustration friends.. afraid he would, in good time
service of their New Orleans-Bourborn is the only I Mrs. C. B. l
country by turning of thu huge cost of war a? Mr. and Brown delight- perfect step but without any of
' I out and actively participating in It I is an illustration of the huge oat' scarce thing [in the way of liquor fully entertained_ Monday evening latest variations.
r thisfirst "National Defense of unpreparedness. here. with a dance. Dancing was enjoyed I felt a warm glow of
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I T.,..'. I commands from $8 I
| Within very recent years a widely A quart of it until a late hour after which they all I glanced up at my partner. lie
t' .. To my 'mind there are I but two known politician has preached t.o $10. But rye and Scotch can bead I returned to their home. Everyone the most distinguished dancer*on

( conceivable reasons why ny sensible throughout our land a doctrine that almost for the asking. i reported a nice time. Those present floor and I longed to have him
I American should oppose prppardnes I preparedness in America makes little Scotch is selling for $3 to $5 a were Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith, Mr. me closer. '

or should oppose I tho;>. holding: of thin difference, because, as he says; quart, or $38 to $45 a case. I land Mrs. M. Varnes, Mrs. C. A The violins played the
National Defense Test which has for "In case of emergency a million men Excellent champagne, Roedererand {Johns, Mrs. W. J. Roberson, Mr. and chords in "The Song of India," I'
its object the testing of the machinery would spring to arms between sunrise Pommery sell for as low as $45 'Mrs Lonnie .Morgan/ of Brooker; wanted to dance, dance, dance as
provided for our nutl in'tl safety and sunset. Apparently tho and $55 "case. Genuine absinthe. 'and Misses Lucile Moore Mamie had never danced before. / ,
I The first of these reaxui.i' is, that thought has never occurred to him Imported from Switzerland is being ,'Hall, Rose Johns and Ethel Varnes Ted broke on us. I[
r come of our very best < itlzens that if a million untrained men did dispensed at $4 to $5 a quart. Messrs Dogan Nabb J. G. Wynn, When Ted and I had' danced
" l' 'j, especially among ministers and those spring to arms they would constitute Deliveries are made in sedans and Lewis ParrUh Lucian Thomas, R. L. way across the floor tho I I I,

I 1\ deeply interested in various church not an army but a mob. limousines, usually driven by sty- I Gibson, of Gainesville, and Raymond changed from the waltz it had
organizations, have allowed their lishly dressed women right at your and Romie Johns, of Lake Butler. playing into an Argentine tango.
i horror of war to warp their judgment At the very beginning of the great | Joe Williams has accepted em- other dancers left the floor and i I,
door.And
;: to the best f World, War Colonel W. C. Church, hasn't been forgotten .
"r as means < maintaining tho poor man ployment in Palatka.I knew it meant an exhibition.
I1 f peace. The second '-'ason is, then editor of the Army and Navy either. Over the bars "backof I i L. Gibson! and Miss Mamie Hall "Ted and Sallie, bravo!" |
; I that a great many of our citizens do Journal, wrote an editorial in which town" ho can get his "made-last- motored to Graham :Monday after- the others.
not understand the meaning of the hlo strongly Urged that America night" booze at 15 cents a shot. I'I noon
I word "preparedness," To their r.inda"preparedness" should. at once train a million men. ee | Messrs T. C. Thomas Joe Williams We had danced many times

moans getting ready I Colonel Church had been an Aide anda Washington Bootlegging bas be- and Mr. Hudson, of Palatka, spent knew cjjarity\ us entertainments so well at "Yates"and that I
the stuff of j
war correspondent
on I
I ready to wage war. No graver mistake come a strictly respectable occupation Thursday here guests at the homeof least onco during the evening ''
General Grant during the Civil War.
I was every; made. The preparedness in the nation's capital. Mrs. Jossie Hall. '
the for
lie clone student of I played tango: us that :
was military
a
i which we urge has fir its object No longer is the purveyor of the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and had called "Sallie's."
, : to prepare in advance the '''''oInll affairs.!! In his editorial, he argued I Illicit rum shunned by his fellows. children, Dot-ha and little son Hogan i iTed's I
I of maintaining peace. There Is no that the possession of a million Today he'is admitted to the'best of Jr., motored to Starke Saturday.The arm about my waist
trained would! be cheapestand ened and became embraae.
men our an
'I thinking man who can deny that it i !tiomes. I G. S. & F. Bridge gang have
safest insurance policy against more like a lover of the '
was our pitiable state of unpre- Prices vary considerably. But In I been here this week repaying the was
being forced into the great World ) red-blooded, fiery and
pas
parednc'HS' our pitiable state of m- some quarters it is easy to find'Scptch j
trestle and depot.
I War oiDr I well ioned.. On
which against will. can recall we danced. We passed
readinesn than all other
more I at $0.25 a quart.
causes combined made, us the butt of the scorn and ridicule with . I Miss Ethel Varnes spent the.vreek- darkened doorway and I saw
which Colonel Church's editorial was end in Starke guest of relatives. Wright standing in the
and insolence Is
German arrogance Detroit-A drink of whisky as
and. which was directly the mean urI !greeted throughout our country. In haircut here now. I j :Messrs L. L. Johns and W. S. Through the smoke of his

i I "f", forcing: us. into the last 'great war. Clio hitllit of Congress and in the pub- cheap And as owing a to the bobbed hairepiiemic | Nabb were visitors to Starke Friday I could see that his gaze was I

I : 1 Germany would never have dared to'' lic press, almost without exception, it's much easier to pro- ell on our movements, and yet ( )
sink the of nation he was held up as an example of a
If' ships u as powerful -
I curs .
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1 if as America if she had not veil militarist gone mad.In I II Canadian beer and ale are pouringover --- -

t t ''t that we were wholly unprepared to August'of! lOll there was no I the border. Beer brings $5.50 a

I i:. maintain our rights. Fifteen long I thought of American participation In case and the ale $6.50 in saloons and: r1 ----. ,
CANT STAY V-
I I. dreary months dragged by after our the great war. American productswere I drinking places all over i I'M SO GLAD .
(
apartment FOLKS YOU CP.r+.g OVER f.,. BAH THAT M..
v
just beginning to be sold "
entrance into that war before an the city. UNDY we CAN ALL AFTERNOON 1,.
I '. American army wax ready to take | abroad at tremendous: profit. Our S.. HAVE A NICE ,. &T v;: 1t7 IF OL MAID MAr
I." the field! under its own commanders. people were beginning to reap the I DCS. Moines-If you are not too IN OUR CHAT- -v VOUISO" WAS HEm
I :1 Had we liven compelled to face the | advantage of selling their surplus! find plenty of j I TIGOS ":) CaPCCMPLE.

German 'army single handed in the products at enormous prices. Everywhere .I stuff particular to drink, you In can Iowa. TOWN 1' .. ,....... 'WOULD THINK BE I'LL LISTEN! .

;: early days of the war there could the remarks of Colonel Church For as long as the "tall corn ,",\--v.: oS AN'WHAT

i have been but one result --complete were held up to ridicule. They were grows"! there is going to be corn d {,rj --/ THEY CHATTER
1 disaster. It l Is to prevent the possibility regarded as the flaunting of an whisky and there are plenty of those I a::] \ _S. ABOUT
of of this. condition Americanized Prussian. We were at
a repetition
is ret
I who wish! to sell it. There no Why,
of affairs that we are now trying to I pence; we were busy selling our product price on "corn." You pay what the
3, train the civilian soldier no that hu I to tho world, why should vendor thinks the risk he takes is Of Course
may form an insurance policy for America prepare for war? And yetI worth. / t

his government for the preservation I -I ask any thinking man to go Alcohol highballs, however, seem f1 ti
of back In his memory seven years, /
peace. ,i to 'be mere in demand than any ather
There has been much misunderstanding suppose we had taken Colonel drink and a fair grade of alcohol can By
and considerable misrepresentation Church's advice, suppose that at a Good
be purchased at $8 per quart.
made in regard to our National I cost of one-half billion dollars we bonded whisky, however, is scarce EdwardMcCullough
4 Defense Test. I have given to had. trained a half million men. Speculations and is badly cut when it reaches the
: i the subject much thought because I are vain. It is futile for any buyers.
have had larvae opportunity to view j man to. attempt to forecast what .. .
the objection to holding the Defense I I might have happened but I give it kind AUTOCASTER
San Francisco--"Any any
Test from many angles. An over- as my firm belief, and I think this I II .
time 'most place.
I' conclusion will be concurred in by any
whelming majority of those who oppose -
That's the slogan of the thirsty *
I i AN I SEE NEIGHBOR SMITHLEFT
the holdiing of this National I every man of sound judgment thatIf I 011 MERCY NO !
HIS FORTUNE
in San Francisco. wire A
Defense Test be classed in in August of 1914 we had started ones 1'0 RATHER
may one Cafes and restaurants are doing a OP OVER A MILLION MUC'
I of three groups. The first group con. I I to train 500.000 men at a cost of, let I thriving business in liquors of all DOLLARS WOULDN'T BE MY. i\"
1,' I vista of ministers, church organizations i!'I us say half a billion dollars, that sorts. The foreign colonies are selling You LIRE TO BE HUSBANDS ,
\ and other like bodies, who are our country would have been saved HIS wIDOw ? ji
BO thoroughly horrified at the idea of many billions in treasure and many Scotch more wine is than obtainable ever. through g ))1 ? ?

war that they oppose all measures I thousands of our brave boys who channels at $d a quart. If you 'mini .
of preparedness because to their now sleep beneath the sod would be many three-mile limit s
I the'
beyond
minds any military drill or maneuver ,alive and with us today. i I you go: out can get it as cheap as $.'16 a + sQ

I is suggestive of war. Being opposed The question then before the ; ] s

i to war, they feel they ought to oppose American people is just this, shallwe case.As in other businesses, a dissatisfied "
all preparations for war. With continue In the future as in the customer always has the priv-
good intent these excellent peopleare past to trust!! to blind luck? Shall we ilege of returning what he has
wholly mistaken In their idea. in the future as in the past send our if it doesn't to
bought, measure up
i George Washington cautioned his' untrained American youth on the his standards.
fellow citizens in his farewell address field of battle to face a veteran enemy /%

. that a reputation for weakness ? Or shall we pursue that course lion? It is up to the American people : .
Ia the surest means of becoming involved adopted by Canada, by Australia, by to decide this momentous question .
f in war. This caution Is as Switzerland, and by other peaceloving x
true today as it was when he utteredit I countries, and train a portion of R. H. WILLIAMS

and those who oppose preparedness I the youth of the land In order that Lieut. Colonel, C. A. C.,
ought to make a study of Wash f they make sure the safety of the na- Defense Test Officer

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SEPTEMBER 12, 1924. BRADFORD COUNTY TELBGRkPH. STARKD, FLORIDA PAGE TfUi

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_. ......a.a..om! :: of million of these t I --
Tampa- Committees
I quarter a stkkt'tsl(I i will meet Lakeland Kind-henrted Lakeland I! Brown Sunday.

have been used. Women will distrib- soon to complete plans for entertain- has been relieved of the dread that I C. A. McLeod and family, of
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph I, ute the stickers at the postofllce. I II j 100 homeless
I .
'I ment of the United Confederate dogs must be officially Jacksonville, visited relatives here
The big feature of the celebration : Veterans Florida division, who hold put to death here. The Indians. will last week.Malcom.

will Carlos be the dedication of the San I their annual encampment here October get the dogs. Following; a drive by E. Short, of Jacksonville

T.u..w.a. i erected here Memorial by the Building Cuban govern-being 21-23. Provision will be made to the several poundmaster days, the, pound which was lasted crowded.for was week here, on business one day last

ment. take care of 400, at least, of the 1.- Owners claimed ome. Advertisingaided.

100 veterans in the state, with the But in the end there Mr. Jim Lewis and little ,daughter
were
Told by Our Exchange Pensacola-Captain Eric Alexan-I hope that that number will be ableto 100 pathetic! canines in the pound.over of Tampa, spent tho weekend with
der Zeilus, who for 19 years rep- his sister, !Mrs. Daisy Thomas.
attend the reunion. Mrs. C. W. "Have to kill 'em I "
guess", said! the
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n".n." ........._. ---.. resented Norway as consul at this Rodgers has been named chairmanof pound master regretfully. "Oh, what !Mrs. Rosa Goodman, of Lake Butler .
place, has been rewarded for his I
St. Petersburg-The total assessed Paxton-Hunters in this section of'' faithful services Hnakon the housing committee and is a shame!" cried all Lakeland, spent Saturday with her sister,
Florida I by King asking that residents who can )[1'1I. T. II. Waters, who is quite ill
Petersburg property have been accommodate especially the
'aluation of St. notified by the | who has conferred upon the captain' women-folk. A Tit 111 I)"
i $68,335,177, according to official commissioner of game of the state I the order of St. Orlas. A jewel indicative one or more veterans traveling salesman, possessed of the with malarial fever.
will be $746- ;of Alabama ; during the reunion to notify the kind :Marion Waters of Plant is
iRures./: The tax levy that squirrel shooting of the order, has been forwarded I heart that has made traveling City
.'33. City tax collections will\ startov. does not open in that state this year to Captain Zuilus, accordingto committee. salesmen as n class popular hoard visiting his parent, Mr. and Mrs. T.

1. until Nov. 1. The season has been a letter he has received from Nor Canal Point-With about it. "I'll fix 'em" he said. Sometime 11. Waters
water in Palm
rerry-Farm-f;; Taylor county I changed by the legislature. Quite a way. Captain Zeilus has also repre- Beach canal at elevation of 15 feet next:> week this., man will bring Mr. Sidney Padgett, of take Butler
number of Florida hunters a big truck equipp ,kto hero business
the was on Saturday
go across sented Holland at Pensacola for curry
their lands for and the lake at elevation of 16.2 feet
have been preparing the line
with the during the squirrel season more than thirty years. and the continuing dogs, to the Tumpfi fSyul. Ho will The truck growers, of the section
fall cucumbers and beans, for average discharge take
hunting. his
on load and make
I a long" mire busily engaged in planting their
of planting about 200 from lake to canal, water condi-
expectation Miami-At a meeting of directorsof swing through!: the )Everglades" delivering fall of English string
according to Milton-L. D. Armantrout tions are betterthan they have been crops peas
these crops declared
acres to the
Dairy Association of Dade I ; the dogs as! he goes "No bc'uns and cucumbers
County Agent R. J. Dorsett. by a coroners jury here to have county, held with Dr. A. W. Ziehold, for two years. The rainfall to date Indian cares how many! dogs he has

-of Spanish peanuts shot Roland McCarthy, has given'' city pure food and milk inspector, for the year, as recorded at the Uni- around," said the salesman, "I know BAPTIST CIIUKCU BULLETIN.
Falco-Three tons bond and been released until ted States cane testing station, is 30
Sept. the dairymen unanimously endorsedthe the Seminoles will welcome them." i -
from
la the estimated yield a 29, when the grand jury will meet. provisions of the new milk ordinance inches. The usual summer temperature ; The services. on Sunday next will
to I '
patch of five acres here Mr.belonging Catrett Armantrout, the father of five chil-i j| on which he has been at work is operating to take water off NF.G It(1 V"K;iiiEi> JASIMCKMARSHAL I he interesting, attractive and help-

W. F. Catrett. Already and has dren, lives in the southern part of''i tfor the lust year. A committee consisting lands that are not served by ditches. : SHOT AMI I KUKNEII! : ful to many. \Mr. W. W. Finnerun,

has stacked up 100 sacks the county. Domestic troubles are of Marcus Milam, chairman combination of light rainfall, discharge I I who with Assistant Thief Calhounof
,
merely "scratched"-the field. said to have caused the difficulty between I Mrs. !M. C. Ives, and T. J. Fripp was by outlet canals and evapora- Roily Riddled 1 mind Then Cremated Jacksonville was present last

Sarasota-A gift of $1,000 to be the two men. named to appear before the city com- tion has reduced Lake Okeechobee to Following Slaying of Ollircr.Valdosbi. 'summer and spoke at both services,
here I I level that makes certain maintenance will be the speaker on Sunday at
used in equipping a playground. Orlando-After mission at its next meeting and urge On., Sept. 1After killing -
twelve '
years on of conditions favorable to all both service! Mr. Finnoran! is an on-
made by the
for children has been the bench adoption of the ordinance. Marshal II. F. Knowles of Jasper -
as judge of the criminal I
farming operations. tcinoor' of wide reputation' and is a
who has already arrived late Sunday afternoonVnrrt"
Rauph'Caplen court of
Mr. record for Orange county, Lakeland Two mines of the public speaker equally well known
winter.
the city for the Woods a negro: wiis killed I
In Judge T. Picton liy a
Warlow
has his Tampa Loring United
sent Southern Camp
Phosphate Company will, be throughout Florida. Others from
aples :is a Chicago advertising man. resignation (I posse of white people iiinl his bullet "
to Governor Hardoe Confederate Veterans j
objects to
started here within the next few riddled Jacksonville will he present and take j
Avon. Park-Australian oaks are asking that he be relieved of his duties I i weeks. Near Pauway, a few miles criticism of Congress by officials of from the body carried of the a short distance I part in the services.\ Those who

to be planted at intervals of 75 feet, October 1, or as soon thereafter I I I south of this city, the company is the Grand Army of the Republic for clump of center woods where town, to a hoard those men lust year will bo t j
funeralpyre
with ,hibiscus between, the crimson as possible. He will be succeeded by I, building a large numbef of cottages aiding the Stone Mountain Confederate erected and u pleased to know of tho opportunity tv
was the .
bouganvilleas on the fences, for a W. L. Tilden, nominated in the June I' for its employes and mining will Memorial project. A resolution, body cremated to worship with them again. The fJ''

itretclj of three miles along the primary for the post. '' gin early in October, it is said. be"1(expressing! objections, has been people to vent the the indignation cold of blooded the services will bo at the regular hours d
I' over negro's
state- road between here and Frost- Sarasota-A Bond: issue of $11 I.- Export mine, near Mulberry, idle adopted, condemning "in the strongest murder of tho officer. 1 11 I .00 a. m. ant. 7:30 p. m. .

proof* 000 has been several years, will resume operations terms the attempt of any man, Wood The Ilible .school meets at 9:45: n. ,
approved by the voters wn employed as a kind' of sat
More houses built be he who he may, in trying to stir for A welcome
of this soon. are being on' house with rluHsott all\ ages. I
Old Timers of Ilills- county, the proceed of which servant for I,. S. Home, and {
Tampa-The will be used to payoff indebte.lI I the property to provide for a larger up bad feeling after many years about breakfast time it thought awaits all who come. i
counties are an was
Pinellas '
borough and I force than formerly'perated the since the war between the states.!
toinglto get together at a picnic ness to Manatee county which has mine. Special reference was made to "the thnt the negro vac! JI'inkingbut I SITIISCIUBE TO

sometime in October. Every residentof been running since this county was vicious dastardly and, untruthful remarks through the morning he Ilt'hll.1himMelf. III'; TKLErKAriIEven ; ( ,:

these counties who has been ask formed. This method of raising the Fort Myers-The Tropical News made by the Rev. Shergur in After h'llvlngtl1l' Home 'I' _! j

ed communicate with the Old funds was adopted by the county' announces the sale of an interest in his invocation" at the opening of the house during the afternoon the man '

picnic committee. commissioners, it is stated, in preference the to P. D. began to create n disturbance which '
Timers Association paper Uowley, an ex- meeting of the G. A. U., at Boston,
--: to direct taxation. perienced newspaper man, and his August 11.Tallaha14see. attracted the attention of the town l'
Bradentown- The bobber barbersof Rollins wife, who is also a vetern/i in the marshal. When t the officer started, to Careful

thla city have struck a staggering College, Winter Park-On newspaper field, who have associated The number of arrest Woods. the negro run, piirxueilby
September
the bobbed hair craze, landing 22, Rollins College the Knowles, to the Home house mid I Ihl.tore
bloWJat state's oldest, themselves with the Bentz publishing escapes from prison farms and con-
institution of'higher
Calomel Usersare
with
on the purse a it was known what he intended
squarely
learning will her Company. 'Mr. and Mrs. Bow- vict camps throughout the state is
,
charge of 75 cents per bob, or a sion. Registration open fortieth ses ley will become active in the immediate constantly increasing, while the total to do, he secured! a Hhotuun I I
'of 80 cent. The price here- will be continued from the house. Rushing to tho front
boost per enlargement of the Tropical. number of prisoners remain!
throughout
tofore has been 45 cents. 'Vomen'sshampoos Tuesday, September 23, porch, he shot the officer dead a* Salivated i
and the formal News, it is stated. They came to about the same, according to statistics !-
have been given a similar opening exercises I the latter entered. ,
will be held in Knowles hall on the this city from St. Petersburg but compiled here. In 1923 there
boost:: morning of September 24. Classes originally, came to this section from : were 7(5( escapes, in 1922 the number The shooting attracted a large

Bonifay' -Work on a tobacco ware- will assemble immediately therafter. Indiana.St. was 122 and in 1923 it reached 136. crowd. of people and an attempt was Very Next Dose of( Treacherous e .
Up to August 25 this 113 had niiulo to arrest the negro, but hi
started shortly as year
be Start Trouble
will Drug may
househere;: .
Petersburg committe consisting fought the crowd wildly bl'ingn"-
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record, Quincy-Arrangements are taking fled. Making this number proportional -
result of the remarkable of Byrd Latham, president of crazed. In the I _u_._ I'I
piirently by liquor.
around shape here to send an exhibit of for the year the prison-escape re- 1
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tobacco
made ,by the growers season. Itis Gadsden county products to the the Pinellas County Sportmen's Association I cord for 1921 will exceed that of any light which followed Woods WIIH shut I Calomel IH i1uii|(*rouH. It limy salivate
Bonifay during the past be State Fair at Jacksonville and and Herman A. Dann, has previous The total number of down on almost the same spot where you aunt m"ki. you xulTiT. fearfully from '
expected that 3,000 acres will possibly I year. soreness ollul1I", tciiilcTtiiin' of Jaws. aniltiMth '
been make extensive
to '
appointed he killed the officer.Immediately .
elf out in Holmes county during the to the South Florida fair at state prisoners is 1,350, according. toT ,, swollen tongue* .anti axct'iiHivoHitlivii
Tampa. E. G. Belnhart, tobacco j: preparations for entertainment of E. Andrews, clerk of the prison! after the body. WIMriddled dribbling, from the namtiit Don't,
coming season. specialist, has been named to take 'the State Game and Fish Protection department. Mr. Andrews! says that I with bullets and then takento I trust mloim-l." It tam,'I'ury ; imickailvrr.

TaUahassee--The- results of ob- charge of the plans. The county com- | Association, which will hold its annual the department has been active in a clump of woods. whero n pyre I If you fort liilloiiH, bmilactiy, conatiinteil -

servations at Waylonzo and Cross missioners sometime ago appropriated -. convention here October 9, 10 capturing escaped prisoners!, 18 of was hastily built and the body burned (,, l and I all t"orkpC1IIt.\ ., just go' to "
and 11. Indications at this time I itniKKut. and, ".'t. a Imttln of l>ml-
pointto ,I your
Lenthall Wyman, $500 to having to a crisp.
City.lFla., by Mr. defray expenses of the those who /fled in former years Non'ft Liver Tonw lor. few cents which
of the an attendance of more than 300 The had been. employed byMr.
entomology exhibit. negro
expert in forest been recaptured in 1924. INI A Imritili'MH, veitetAlih( substitute for
department of agriculture, tend to delegates from various county associations Horne for several months and dangerous' calomel.. 1 Take a apnnnful and
showthat dry weather is an invi- Mnriannu-Bond issues are to besought affiliated with the state or- I Gainesville The feeding vuluo of had heretofore conducted. himself in if it iJoeHfi't start your liver and "

tatiott' for disastrous attacks by for improved roads all j ganization.! beggorwct-d hay is often underratedby a very orderly! manner, never giving straighten you up flutter. and quieter

in southern pine for- through Jackson county. Roads that l I, even good farmers. This plant is offense of any kind. limn unity I'nlomH. and,I without making/
beetles will benefit the Lakeland-The water level of Lake .nick you Just gu lurk nail, /get your
: by proposed bond issues which takes nitrogen ---- you
I a legume a plant
are. to Dotham; I the drive skirting it. The long from the air by means. of germs If yon tukii rnlonirl inlay I you'll\ "bn

I Sanford-Out: go the roadside billboards Marianna to Wewahitchka' ; Mari- continued. high: water has softened which nodules on the roots, and it !Miller, St'pt. 6--Mr. and Mrs. I Hick and! nnnal, ,'nl.1 tomorrow, ; .lMHiil, .w, .
have been receivedby anna to the St. Andrews bay road; contains it miliMite whilH If take
protein vou
Letters consequently more limy you
| Powell of visited
Lake Tampa,
the foundation under the Shore Henry ,
I of business firms in Or- the Mulberry road to the Calhoun substances than ordinary hay. l oitHon'M, Idea" TIIIIH yon will wake tip
'number themto county line: Peacock bridge and Pan- i boulevard< so that traffic for a two grass: relatives here Sunday. feeling Kri'iit., No snits' ".....'.H..ry.. f>iv..
I land and elsewhere advising$ road and block[ stretch has been shut off, An Prof. John M. Scott, of the Florida Curl Brown, of Lake Butler, visited it to the, i lnl.lri'n lii'i'ituim it is pitrfuctlyIiurmli'tm
City Marianna and ,
all over ama ;
get their billboards down i Orlando well digger is coming to experiment station, urges every his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. I. and< van nut miliviit
the Peacock road.
warning is given much of this I
the county. The | farmer to utilize ai
Lake Wales to try out his theory of .
thatlif the boards are not removed, Eustis-A. D. Miller, for several sinking a well to tap the underground valuable legume as he p"ssihly'can..
employes wi1re\ lie that the yield is ordinarilynot 1lIJ 1 .. IDIIIIDDIIllmGlWIDII\IIOGIIIIIIIGl l
craw ..of county years editor of the Eustis Lake Re- 1 waterways, thus lowering says
mov., them.uA gion and part owner of the Lake 'the water level. The plan is said to as great as from crab grass or
aa aaaa aa aNew when at the right
... commis- Region Printing Company, has resigned 'I have been successful in lowering para grass but cut
Smyrna: The city time-when one-fourth of the field)
his connection with these or- high water in Orlando.
sion of New Smyrna is now considering ganizations to enter the hardware I is in bloom-it makes a superior hay,

a program of public improvements business with his brother C. D. Miller I I Gainesville-By an overwhelming a hay so palatable that stock will

estimated to cost over extensive$800- it is announced here. The two majority. Gainesville voted in favor not let as much go to waste as of

OOO.whlch will include brothers have bought a hardware I of a $306,000 bond issue for city im- other hays.

street paving, drainage, constructionof business that has been long estab- o provements. The sewerage system Ball Are EssentialIn
Indian
seawall along the North Tallahasee-More auto license Why Bearings
lished in this rity. provision led the ticket, with only 20
rtYersmd[ creating of a park on the I votes against it. Waterworks Improvement tags have been asked for up to Au-

riverfront.Lakeland. : Quincy Gadsden county's first paving, city hospital gust 1 than were asked for during;
....- 1923 accordingto the operation' of s typewriter practically all of the wear and
season of bright tobacco has come toa and I city office building followed with the same period in ,

-More than 70 Lakeland leave close with more than 900,000 | large majorities. As a result! of the the State Comptroller's office. Applications friction comes< al tFirrr' points---the typrbar joints the capital shift

youngpeople are preparing to pounds having been auctiioned off, '''bond issue, Gainesville will have this year total 211,175, last and the carriage .
for college with the coming of Sep- which brought mow than $130,000 more miles of paved streets than year I 159,989. The comptroller's of- runways.In

tember. Most of them Florida will\and attendthe the to the producers. The prices ranged I! any other Florida city, in proportion fice said that this indicates that applications the L. C. Smith cV lro! typewriter the lypehar< joints are

University of from $14.25 to $18.59 a hundred, : to its population according to statistics are being; more promptly,
Women, but ( ball bearing< that < key' is struck the ball bearing.
Florida College for pounds.! The tobacco grown by several available here. rather than that there has been a so evrrytmir a
will to Georgia institutionsof I the number of Flori make the The capital shift' and
many KO farmers averaged from 27 to huge increase! in easy type movement. move up

learning, and a few to northernand 35 cents a pound, and the yields were I St. Peterburg-More! than 20,000 da-owner automobiles. The issuance down on ball bearings and ball bearings roll in the runways on
'eastern universities around 1,000 pounds to the acre .it acres of land lying north and west of title certificates for automobiles
Is stated. I lof Moore Haven, along Lake Okee- was started last year, with 73,900' which the carriage movri' buck and) forth.

Tampa-Judge F. M. Robles! has chobee and the Caloosabatchee river, made. This the total -
I applications year
validated the $345,000; bond, issue West Palm Beach-William Beck, in addition to two thousand or more has reached 201,95.1, which Includes Consequently whether the operator is striking the kty, shifting

for the reclamation of 20,000( Glades acres 21, a plumber, died from a self inflicted lots in the city of Moore Haven have (ant year's applications. In for the capitals or returning the carriage every operation it

of land on disston Island in been wound a few moments! after been acquired by N. F. Stone of this all of these calculations applications ball bearing.

county. The bonds already have he was taken to a hospital lIe had city. The land and lots were the for transfers and duplicates tags

sold and it is expected that they andin been in a brooding mood for several holdings of the South Florida Farm besides applications for duplicate titles What you would expett| t. from Ruth mechanical perfection i is

will be delivered by November awarded I. day, and a party of young friends Company. The price paid them, it is and thus are not exact. These what actually happen*.--long life and ease of operation.(
the meantime a contract accompanied him to a picture show. said, will approximate $850,000. The later applications are far in the mi-

for drainage work. They followed his car after the show transaction carries with it a CO-room nority however the comptroller's Send for illustrated catalog

and were speeding along behind him hotel and four houses furnished and office declared.
university -
Miami-An out-of-doors when they heard a report. They rented at Moore Haven, it is stated.
with a faculty composed of found Beck shot through the temples I L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
educators spendingtheir Fort Myers-Eighteen aliens cap-
world-famed
No motive is known.
winters at Miami anJ Miami 'I tured on Sanibel Island, have been I Executive Offices ; SYRACUSE. N. Y.

Beach its doors open throughout the Key West-Every piece of outgoing I taken by the authorities to Tampa. Have Proven

winter for the entertaiinment and \ mail from the Key West post- They landed on the island from a it Good Fore 120 West Adams Street. Jacksonville, Florida

education advantages of winter visi office will bear a sticker advertisingthe coastwise vessel equipped with one

ton II a plan outlined by Judge W. San Carlos international celebration mast and a disabled auxilliary gas

\V. Walsh of Miami Beach. here October 12 to 18 until a ''engine. Two of the party were women -
and one a Cuban negro who I

Key West-Angel Perez, 19, was BUILD STRENGTH told a story considered by the arresting -

accidentally killed when a shot gun officers BH of doubtful au-
The body depends entirely the
on
went off while be was hunting on blood, for strength. If the blood is thenticity of having booked for San-

the eastern end of the island near thin impure and undernourished tioga, Cuba. He said storms. had

the Stock Island bridge. The accident !- your strength la impaired, your vitality driven the vessel oft its course. and Your trusted rathar and Wlntorraith'a rranHfathar know Chill

occurred in sight of the younman' is lowered and your power of i Others among the captives were Tonic juftt mm mothers and fathara ot
parents who were with the resistance against disease lessened. i, Greeks and Spaniards. today know. and u.. It with haolut. .
eonadenc. young; and old it la a
on the outin/r./ lie was shot in LEONAHUI'S ELIXIR FOR I rahablfli nJ'malaria, praacmptions
youth breast and died almost in- THE BLOOD feeds the blood. : fOB nOBKI.Ml PEOPLE made under ODe formula for 66 ywura.Th .
left
the builds it up makes it rich, red and The best of worker /get: out of sort renal for malarial and otharf
stantly.No. pure. Good r' I blood means when the liver fails to act. They feel .vr.. mclualfng daoau; .1_for''In-

Worms In a Healthy Child health, aTenr'J new vigor. languid, half-aick, "Llu,," and discouragedand ; J nwnuandenp.xae.Wntlnnwatt.rany mmmttnt tlJnaa.. Popular ._
troubled with Worm Save aa usruid. Fortify your bony against disease. think they are getting lazy. Neglect Sue mammoth .....f L Ail dru All children wblclllDdlcate* pane blond aDd..a .:ako it stronger, more healthy by of these symptoms alight result in a seekspell f CtxmUal Ce.IM.Looiarilla. .

bMdy. th-CGIoW.t. man or let atomacn diMurbann.GROVE'S tiring LEONARDI'S ELIXIR therefore the sensible course i* to .K.Nwraylntersmiths
TASTELESS: chill TONIC elves rvtululyarmor FOR TilE BLOOD, the ideal ton. take a dose or two of Herbine. It U just I
three weeks will nrirh the blood. Im and pun.'er.: Ask for LEONARD the medicine needed to purify the system I
StrengthgTooIc : ; f'S ELIXIR in the yeller and restore the vim and ambition of

"" 4Uoet tha wanna, and lh. Refuse all substitutes.. At health. Price 6Oc. Hold by Chill Tonic
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BHADFORD COUNTY TBLBGBAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER n, j jr

PACE FOUL

W. B. Alexander this week. mother Mrs. Porter.W. ,

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden have J. Lewis and family, of Ziff,

6Ci.a..t. as their guest this week Mr. Durden's spent the week-end here with Mrs.Lewis' .

niece", Miss Jeanette Durden, sister Mrs. Wm. Hodges

el of Tampa. Lee Youngblood!, of Brooker and
Rev. Bucklum, of Apopka preached family have moved here and locatedin
; ] at the Baptist church last Sunday the Sapp building.Mr. i -.

fti..i. morning and evening. and Mrs. Leon Renfroe, of
--- MTS. McKolsky and daughter,
.. --- visited friends and
--- Richmond, Va.,
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Missouri of Lake City, were the
l'huncH 29 and 100I uii.t.Mrs. relatives here last week, and were ,
: II guests of Mrs. McKolsky'a accompanied home by his father,,
I Elsie Sparkman this week.
', I UIItTIIDAY PARTY These young ladies displayed to the Miss Madge Middleton, of Stark, Ervin Renfroe.

: ON TilE LAWNA bust advantage Gage hats, featuredin visited our town last Tuesday.Mr. We have organized: a B. Y. P. U.

original patterns, and attractive J. P. Summers and family, of here at New River and everybody is

E. Wall, Jr. entertained a number copies of French models, also stunning Miami, are the guests of Mrs Sum invited to attend. We meet promptlyat

of his friends Saturday afternoon dresses for street, afternoonand mer's mother, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan 7:30 in the evening.We .

ii from four to nix, at the home evening wear. The style show this week. at last have the pleasure of .

M y'r: r r!1 of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs was all done in pantomine and the Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes, if Win having our school consolidated and

i I W. L. Wall on North Cherry street graceful program was effective in ter Haven, are the guests if .Ir. the building erected here.

r-: The party was given to celebratethe detail. Lillian Sternberg, the Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Glad to report Miss Minnie Hadges
ninth anniversary of the young every of Mr. and Haynes. Mr. Haynes is ast." .a.it Is improving from sticking a nail
little daughter
host's birthday, and his numerous, gifted her postmaster at Winter Haven .' d he In her head which was serious at
guests brought many beautiful anil+, Mrs. N. Sternberg, performed is spending his summer vacation in

useful gifts to the popular young' part with a light and airy grace that his old home town. first.Cleve Porter made a business tripto

,.A>, gentleman. I was irresistible.This Miss Elizabeth Vaught, of Val- Palatka Sunday.

r id I Numbers of merry games were advance showing of fall and dosta, Ga., who has been visiting P. B. Crews has gone to Jacksonville What Will You

played on the lawn, superintended winter styles is the first of its kindin friends and relatives here, returnedto where he has a position as bar

by Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss Lucite Starke, such events being mainly her home last Sunday.T. ber.

Deal. In two contests the prizes confined to the larger towns. G. Futch and family, who have Everett Renfroe made a business

} won by Milton Brownlee, Jr. and been the guests, of Mr. Futch's trip to Starke Friday. Begin WithThe

James Holmes. FIVE MILE father W. S. Futch, and his brother, Grafton Adkins and mother motored -

Mrs. Wall was assisted in serving A. A. Futch have returned to their to the State Farm Saturday
those
f the crowd of happy children by Weeks bars attending Five Mile services, Sept. at 12-Among Bethany church home in Leesburg. night. Fuller Brush Company, of Hartford, Conn., sold
J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. It. A. -
4 and Mrs. A. E. Wall. The refreshments Saturday and Sunday were: Mrs. PINE CASTLE HILL ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL $10,000,000 worth of brushes one year. This business
L&iJi: wafers und Mary Mott and Cleveland Mott, of FUSTRATEDOnly I
of ice ,
were cream and fruit punch Heilbron Springs, T. E. Dekle, of Pine Castle lull Sept. B-:Mr. and started some seventeen years ago by Alfred C. Fuller. 1\\

tit angel served food cake throughout, the after- Lake City, M. S. Driggers, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall and family spent the watchfullness of Jailer was only twenty then, but had saved $375 which watt!'
was wholesale jail I
Mrs. L. S. Dekle of Lake Butler,, Sunday with their daughter: Mrs. E. Balsdcn prevented a
{. noon. On the burned huge nine white small birthday\ can- Mrs. T. II Rimes, Wilbur Rimes, L. Youngblood, of Graham. delivery Sunday morning:, when he the capital he had to begin with. To day he has one of 4

i cake there Johnnie and Fannie fines of Messrs Cecil Razuse and Sammul discovered that a hole large enoughfor
dles, thereby indicating the age of Misses had been largest brush factories in the world, and employs thousand
Worthington. I Woodard of Hampton, were in our a man to crawl through ,

I the The young little host.people invited to this I W. II.to Dowling Sanford and has returned Daytona. from II section Misses Sunday Clemmie afternoon.and Lucile Hall dug mortar through had been the brick removed wall.and All the the When l fylr. Fuller saw the chance to begin making brusli

merry party Dull were of: Gainesville S. T. Dell, ,Chas Jr. I a trip Dewey Duke, Nelson Hall and spent the week-end with their sister, bricks carefully placed back In position he had $375 with which to begin. Otherwise he might q
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and Olive McMillan, Eldredge and Lester Raiford Brannen were visitors here Mrs. E. L. Youngblood, of Graham. and partially concealed by an have begun at all. I
Henry When the time came
Richard Sunday. Mr. G. F. Johns left Monday empty oil can.
t l Price Robinson James visitor to Mid- morning for Bartow. to make their escape all the prison.
Victor Thomas, Joe Oren Dekle was a When have a chance to "begin" will have ad
Wainwright, loosen the outside you you
Sunday.M. Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall ers had Co do wa to {
';' Wiggins, Richard Joe and Edwards! Lois Long Ben, way. C. and Ruby Roberts were were the guests of Misses Leila layer of brick, drop through thing to "begin"with ?

Pauline Miner, Billy Graham, week-end guests of Dana and Gladys and Rachel Dryden Sunday afternoon. the hole to the ground and flee.
and Lillian Sternberg, Mrs. J. D. Davis and family, of Only three prisoners are now In
Duke.W. .
1 Lois Alkinn, Arthur Martha and Darby Billy Jones Pow-, II. Stokes, of Miller was a I. Waldo, were the guest of Mrs. A. C. r jail, Curtis Altman and Sol Kite, Bradford !
Gill Bank
Prescott and Marjorie Stump, business visitor here Monday. Hall and Mrs. G. F. Johns Monday. awaiting trial for burglary.and: a County

ell, Evelyn and Marie Mrs. P. P. Dekle visited relativesin Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Hampton negro: awaiting removal to the road
Joe ,
Mary Rrownlee, I with his Mr. Balsden Is of the opinion
Martha Morris, Lake Butler Friday. I spent the weekend parents camps
'a j Brown Colson and and Georgia Huynes, Mr. and Mrs F. L. Drawdy attend. I Mr and Mrs. A. C. Hall. that they had planned to make their Established 1889 :

t Sara Hope Mable Neff, Lillian ed the annual meeting at New Hope Mrs. G. F. Johns and Mrs. A. C. escape late Saturday afternoon but J

) Fenella Eunice Snyder,Canova, S. R. Johns, church ,Saturday and Sunday. Hall were shopping in Hampton his locking them in their cells at an "Bradford County's fin luclal Stronghold"BOYS
Garrls, this
Eloise andn' Mrs L. G. Johnson called on Mrs Wednesday. earlier hour than usual, spoiled ,.
Fernandez,
Jr., Alice called to making his round of Investigation -
a Ritch Helen Gray, Charles P. P. Dekle Wednesday.P. Mr. H. L. Johns was plan. On
Dorothy Murla and W. P. Dekle was transacting business Gainesville Monday.A. Sunday morning before ,
Melrose
!r' Husband, of Brooker, Julian, Peek, Jr., in Dukes Monday. A. Youngblood was the guest turning the prisoners out of the !
,t? T. Weeks, Etholln White, of E. J. Dowling Sunday. cells, he discovered where they had
Sinclair Peek, Jr., Dorothy Turner, HAMPTON Mr. Schell Byrd, of Graham ,was removed the bricks from the wall
i' William Duncan,
Martha and Milton Brownlee, Jr., Hampton, Sept. 12-Mrs. J. P. in our section Saturday. outside the cells. and GIRLSSell

Betty Stringfellow Margaret Williams Thomas and children, Herbert and NEW RIVER METHODIST

f James and Louise Holmes, Lorcnc, of Valdosta, Ga. who have Centennial Buttons and make good money

Ynncy Williams, Thelma Andreu, I teen the guests of friends and relr- I New River. Sept. 12-Miss Rhoda Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. quickly. Florida's Centennial comes in November

V f Henderson Boree, Silas Kite, Jr., I tivcs: here for several days have returned Thomas, of Brooker, was the week every Sunday.
Tallahassee.
I The buttons show
Merrill Futch, Leslie Biggs, John to their home end guest of Misses Hodges. Next Sunday at 11:00: a. m. Rev. at lovely

:; 11 and Frank Inman. Mrs. C. A. Bishop, of Boynton, Va. Miss Thelma Parker spent the W. G. Strickland of Fernandina, five flags in'colors.:

is the guest of her daughter. Airs. week-end in Starke. will occupy the pulpit. The evening I Write references
at
once giving as to reliability.
I STANLEY KENNETT'S A. A. Futch and Mrs. K. B. Walter- Allen Thomas and Eugene Crosby service at 8:00: oclock will be1 in

BIRTHDAY PARTY son this week. and Miss Lydia Groover, of Brooker, I charge of the pastor, Rev. L. B. FLORIDA A TE JOURNALBox

;t f Bennett was nine Master Willie Croft, of Douglas, were visitors here Sunday. I Simpson.
r Because Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Ga., is the guest of friends here. Mrs. James P. Lindsey and daughters Prayer meeting Wednesday evening 494 Tallahassee, Fla.

years old his parents, delightful Mr. J. M. Stone and family, of have gone to Bennington, N. Y. at 8:00: o'clock. "Come ye, that
him a ..
I G. II. Bennett, gave of the of Mrs. Lindxey's love the Lord."
Tuesday afternoon Philadelphia, Pa., are the guests to be guest ;; -- -
birthday party
Mrs. Stone's father. W. M. Kilch. i
their attractive i
four to six, at
I from They are on their way to SouM 0
bungalow home. will ir bar co-.<<,104"? V.UJTNG.: : : Men SASH
.1 Misses Gussie Mae Bennett und Florida, where they engago tie t-nb ..,II ni tl.u top. Theyare LUMBER BRICEMENT
the winter
Annie Belle Turner entertained the truck farming during f u.'l: ".ht wnila the top is green. DOORS
.; of little people with jolly months and return to their farm ir This Week
crowd BUILDERS
HARDWARE
the lawn. In a peanut hunt Pennsylvania next spring. After a while civilized human

games on the first prize, and Real Estate Salo. beings will deride that rats and SHERWIN E.....
Kite won
Silas
received the Mr. Inman, of Starke, manager ol mice don't pay, and take the : '
little Miss Lillian Stump Strout's Agency, was a business: visitor trouble to got rid of them along WILLIAMS ; !If'I IKYAMZE 'Of

booby birthday served here Monday and sold the large with mosquitoes, flies and other PAINT, .. :... Build' ,
feast was
nuisances that Father Noah
The three might I""
located
from tables on the lawn, the centerof fertile farm which is well have loft out <.f the Ark .
attraction being the birthday quarters of a mile out of town, on An En.s-li.h scientist demonstrated
I with its nine candles the Hampton and Graham road to thrc ruts suffer from foot VICONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANYSTARKE ,
/ cake assisted in serving Mr. R. R. Johnson, of Rocky Mount,, and mouth di!hase and, frequenting
Mrs Bennett was belonged to Mrs. stnblcu! infect the cattle.
Miss Han- N. C. This property FLORIDA
and cake by ,
ice cream Moral for farmers
.. ., O. Turner. \Vm. Jones. use cement
J..
MM.
haese
.I "nil Cy Arthur Bz and
a ooh owiiiuv* gho t received Mr. Inman In his usual ability to copper and keep out the rats.

I The popular those people where they can be hap - -
handsome presents from place NO READING -THINKING. Clarence Darrow, a lawyer, who -
many I
\ the party. py and prosperous, left both parties th nks end feels, and consequentlyearns
1\ attending little people attending this highly pleased.Mrs. JOY ON MARS.YOUNG little in proportion to his

The : Margaret and Ed Rachel and children, Willie AT 102. great: al.lity, tells the Court thatto i
were
affair
happy Darby Jones, S. Ro'j and Minnie, of Jacksonville, are the hang the two young! men whom
Netf, Jr., Arthur Turner, of Mrs. Rachel's grandmother TWO YOUNG MEN._ he dffen.ls, Lout and Leopold,
guests
i. Johns, Jr., J. O. and Hudson ----- -- "would be n worse crime than
Barefoot, Pauline Miner, Mrs T. J. Durden. The World\ committed." ,
Juanita I beenin Federation of Educa- they Yh.VIg OG7 bfgG1Da
1' Paul and Wilbur Mott, James Hol- Mrs. W. R. Jackson who has tion Associations organize: a ,\nd that is the truth, exactly.If .
lingsworth, Lillian .Sternberg, Jam a Macon for several weeks returnedto world war against illiteracy. For a red Indian tortured a white
V j Louise Holmes, Joe Edwards: her home here last Saturday. this war the Crown Prince of man for tventy-four hours that
and Canova, Lucile and Roy Mrs. A. A, Futch who has been Japan KM appropriated a million would not excuse white n.u for
Jr., Eunice and Marion Williams visiting! friends and relatives in both yen. a China has adopted the slogan : torturing that red man even for

Edwards, Margaret Carol White, Boydton and Fentress, Va., for sev- "China a Literate Nation in twenty-four rnizutM. The greater
and "
Dorothy One Generation. the intelligence and responsibility
Lois Long A. E. Wall Jr., Martile eral weeks returned to her home the greater the cHme.
Martha and Billy Powell here last Thursday.Mr. It is I preposterous that any

Hemingway Sinclair, und Frances Lee Peek J. B. Alexander and mother, human beings, outside of actual This column, too lightly, compared
Brownlee, Mar- Mr. W. B. and sister Miss Wilma barbarism should grow up unableto Motes' &)>ry-year: trip acres
r Prescott Gill, Mary Ruth motored to Alachua last Friday. read. < the desert with. th. :four-hour trip
guerite Prevatt, Lucile and of Waldo, will But teaching them to read and of a small American automobll.,
Merrill Rev Wtndham,
Bennett, William\ Duncan, write Is only the first IUp. The and the cna-and one-bclf-honr tripof
Ruth Lewis preach at the Methodist church next i next is teaching human beings TO
Futch, Ida Mae and a flying machine, across the f
(t and Carrie Howe, John, Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. I THINK whic1. considerablymore same dn..r.. GJ( 7UR GAR7
Charles Vonda Inman, Billy\ Gra- :Mrs. I. J. Priest left last Saturd y difficult and Important. Many writer send laarnad com
Frank and Marjorie for Osphrey where she will spend It isn't what you READ that ment.
n j ham, Leslie Biggs Evelyn, the winter with her daughter, Mrs. caunte. It's what you THINK -
Lillian Stump! Joe and Mary AFTER YOU READ that Improves
and
v Jessie Morgan. Hymen Bodnar, of Paitata, Maw 44automaticslubrication
Simpson Positive
Wiggins, Esther and Sam Fenella !Mr. Cleveland Sullivan and family government and civilization. Jersey, says, "You needn'tto faJ

Louise! and Louie Brown, visited Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. It takea a Frenchman, and an get information from Mo.* In
und Louise Snyder, Charles Henry Josephine Sullivan last Monday eld one, Camilla Flaranmrton, to heaven. He kept the children of of the
MoMiiinn.. .,ender--------, Sara I Miss Nimmo was business. say that the people on Man are Isr.tl in the desert for forty 7er
Mary became
they were not qualified
Lester
Haynes, much JOYFUL
than
Georgia more we are.
Hope and Robinson, Lois visitor to Starke last Saturday. The Martian is twice as to conquer the Promised Land.
Price and I.l'win Eldredge Kinzer, Thelma Seals,, F. E. Henry and son, Eugene, of long as ours A year man there fifty They practically all dlad. The nw Brick valve in.head
Adkins, Dade City returned to their home years old has lived 100 generation, educated and drilled
Fernandez after a visit with friends here. Mr. nearly. The climate Is better and led by Huslma won "their Promised

Francis Henry was also looking after his the planet being smaller, every- Land by fighting. enginefaixtransmission
Fields, Richard Wainwright thing U lighter An ordinary Mar
real estate here.
and Dorothy Lee Matthews, tian could easily his mother- Max Himoff, of Long Island
Williams The rock road through here Is receiving carry
writer
City, said that Moses had and
in-law upstairs In his arms, even univel.sa1join
of Macon, Ga. the coat of oil this week and if she weighed 400 pounds. Millions to let his old follower die off while ,.

STYLE SHOWBEAUTIFUL will soon be completed. of years older in their civillxa- ha raised a new generation "who
I EVENTThe Mrs. M. L. Maynard, of Alachua, Mon than earth men the Martian knew nothing about Egypt and keeps aDuickownei-5
Is the guest of her daughter, Mrv are far ahead of us in knowledge prepared them for theft t* k."
Mar and that In fact Can anybody gtr more exact:
happiness.
by means
show staged
style evening NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTH it's the only solid happiness. information about the afghans mind free &omworiY
guerite's Millinery Tuesday leader, Hustma
I Th *new treatment for torn flesh, cuts,
the Gaiety Theatre was a beautiful John A. Stewart called "Grand
at in hats and wounds sores or lAcerations that is doing: Old Man of Wall Street" who Divers working ninety feet bo-
latest styles such wonderful work in flesh
event, as healing M low the surface
knew Abraham Lincoln, and ti have reeov..tthlrtytve
for the fall and winter sea- tho Boroiono hquid and powder combination -
dresses new head of an important bank, million dollar of gold
,d ton were displayed by beautiful treatment. The liquid that Uorosone the wa celebrated his 102nd birthday last and silver bullion from the steamship -
powerful antineptio
living models. purifies week. To u.. that seems old. A Laurcntie, sunk by a German
wound of all poisons and infectious germs,
models impersonated while the i is thousand years hence, 125 will submarine. LAKE
Borosono the CITY
living
!, The powder greathealer. BUICK COMPANY
Men Thousand of ton of
term young as sixtyis now. liquid
Florence There is nothing like it earth ,
on
bye Misses Iris Epperson, i for speed safety and efficiency.: Fneeli.iui.l will die out gently like fading twi &old" are in the water through J M. Smith, Manager.

Matthews, Elizabeth Brownlee. Jean- :. ( ) 30e. t>0o and '1.20. Powder 30oB460C. light.Mr. which steamers plow aa they go Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties
t,. 'ette Durd!n, Ethel Grimn, Vivirette a fold by Stewart continues living ark and firth. Some day mea _

Floyd and littlo Lillian Sternberg. I. AH Do* Stone Intellectually young because he may retrieve it. When better automobile built
are Buick
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P James Shepard, of Orulu, spent the ouppor, which included salads, I you to accept my thanks for the liter -
the weekend! here with his family. nkes.pie] mill !ice tea, Mrs. W. Il. portunity give the op-
you Itnlio-Ameri-
i 'I No.3 Starke
t I.re rendewd several selections on rans.' SOllth--.l. W. Morgan. -
Bits of Local @ Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Powell are the piano and Miss Henrietta Pud- '' .
A. 1'. Ciannlui, also
In Cocoa visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. G. gett u vocal solo, both of which worn 'I' wires of Lou Angeles No. 4Graham-C. B. Roberts!

Information I Carter. i greatly enjoyed.! At 10:30: o'clock the !Dank, of Italy"draw for $11)0.on "me through I No. 6, III\IIIPton-\ A. Futch.
guests departed after
spending
a
No.
6, Theressa-C.
Mrs. F. A. Scott has. been In delightful evening Frank Carson, editor of the Chi. A. Young-)
blood.
Jacksonville this week visiting cage Herald Examiner, wires "Pink-
Concerting: Our People, Business and friends. THREE };SCAI'. FROM ston fund is $GOO." No. 7. New Ijver--l\I. t.. Johns
O STATE; PRISON FARM Tho No. 8, Brooker-D. W. Hazen. .
Progres of the County and T UlIl. I Italian Disooilnt and Trust

Aubrey Brinson, of Fiftone, spent Several escapes from the state Company of New York sends $100.\
with his sister ,Mrs. J. E. '
Sunday Willie
prison farm at Raiford have been Pinkston, good American
Corpening. I reported to Jacksonville police headquarters sailor on the U. S. Ship Rich-noiul l,
C. Owsley, of Theressa, was In I' with requests that the local looking over the ocean at night, noticed 'rENT-A-WORD
in Friday. Mrs. Will Powell of Jacksonville, department keep on the lookout for a faint light far ofT Others
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. (;i them. might, have ignored) it. He didn't 'la! '

G. and Mrs. News m spent Andrews, Sr. j I peon Cheatham, negro, sentenced knew that somewhere on the ocean
week with relatives in Lawtey. to the farm fur life when he wn the brave Italian flyer/ Lucntolli and 1
W. Q. Dowling and family, of found guilty, of murder in the second his companions wore lost. The ship
Col Howe, of Lawtey, was among Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Dr. degree; Robert D visc negro, sentenced headed for the faint arl'l", t.ocatelll FOR RKNT: ---Kmgtl.-y lake cottage
trip visitors to town Wednesday. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I j to serve six years on charge was saved.If I J. F. Kirkhter.

-" -- ''r>f breaking And entering and, George you think it appropriate to FOR KKNT: '.,-room Inquire
V. Larson, of Keystone Heights, Little Miss Katie Colley is in Kylvr sentenced to serve five year raise a modest! fund for Pinksto.i, lit thin ollk-e. cottage.95tf.-
a visitor to Starke Monday. Jacksonville visiting her grand-1 Ion charges of larceny, were the ones send your contribution to the newspaper I .
Long. father, J. E. Robinson. .1 I I reported to have escaped. in which you see this. It will W A NTE D- New sweet potatoes,
A. Durden, of Hampton, was bo acknowledged in print and will green vow pea and eggs. J. F.
Leo the monthly meeting of Mrs. R. E. Gahagan and children, reach Pinkston. who deserves' it. Klrkliter.
county bond trustees Tuesday. of Savannah, is visiting at the homeof You --- "'
her father, L. C. Powell. PINE/ : IIII.LPilla I FOR SALE = :Strawberry;; pllant'-,

and fireplace wood, any kind If you are a male citizen of the Hill, Sept 12-Mr. Johnson llronkc.Missionary and Klondyko.' A.
Sturko.
9.12.2t'FOIL !
any length. Phone Boree at 141-: ne lot children slippers lilted Stated, between tho ages of who resides on the Widow Pinhol- I

the 2t. i eighteen and forty-five years; physically ster's place IH planting quite a lot of RENT-Modern house with T
Hotel special sale at Stump's store, fit, and of good moral character truck this season i I rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L.

Hattie Black and Mrs. Marr, $1.00 Friday and Saturday I j' : Mr. R. II. Green has planted about I lt.Partrl.lge. tf.
Lawtey, were shopping in Starke I I SHOW YOUR COLORS I II I-
six acres turnips, beans, cokes
only, I Volunteer for the and and FOR SALE-A number of selected
I|I one day parade II general Harden stuff.The .
8 -( II I i I with Company G., 121th Infantry Prlmitlvo I heavy-producing( hens for suit. $1.
Adams, of Jasper, was at Mrs. F. L. Turner and Mrs. Mamie on National Defense Tent Day I their i annual meeting Baptist now are Mr.having Dock each. F. J. Patte, Stork 9-b Wit.

to business in Starke this Garris have as a guest, their mother, I September 12th, 102, at Starke. Anderson! and two daughters Miss FOR RKNT:: A ilx-room house and
Mrs. Green, of Jacksonville. I I Send your name, age address and !l.oradie Anderson and .Mrs. _VergleLorudie. six lots on Cherry struct. house[
'occupation now, and report Friday,
day Anderson and Mrs. Vergio has hath toilet lavatory, and electric -
A. II. cloth 12 1-2 and 15c Mrs! L. E. Miner and daughter, September 12th, 1921, before eleven Wolfe, were visiting the tormer'lIh..R1l'r..lkM lights and 4 tireplaces.\ Apply
(o'clock a. m.. to J. I.. Peek, Cupt.
Pauline, have returned from Cocoa, :
fold Saturday and Sunday to W. E. Dauglivrtv: {tM2-tf.:!
Mr. 11 yds. for $1.00 at ; where they visited relatives. 121th Infantry at the armory at I while attending the meetings. i I

store Friday and Sat I Starke. Dr. W. It. ('lemons, of Jacksonville I II

Mrs. Mrs R. S. Powell and daughters, THE KNICKERED: GIRL was the guest of hiM parents.
only. Mrs. J. II. Fields and Miss. Eva Mr and Mr*. J. K.: demons this 666
Powell, spent Wednesday in Gaines I was always afraid of goblins and week.
and Mrs. W. II. Smith, of ville. "Hants" There wan a peanut boiling given Is a prescription for Malaria Chills
home City, were visitors to town But the worst sight of all is a girl at the home of Mrs' A. L. Green'sin and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever.It .

I Ir.rr. Miss Etta Tison, Mrs. L. G. Powell wearing pants.I honor of Professor and Mm. "..ut- kills the germ.
.. and Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, of Savan- would run a good mile, and fall I wright last week

of I W. Moore and daughter, Miss 'nah, were dinner guests Tuesday of down flat, Mr. R. H. Green has engaged Mr. ,,,,,,,.....MtH", .
of Theressa, were visitors to Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. And cover my eyes with my old rus- Watkins and his young sons at help-
Gill ty hat, COFFINS & CASKETS
Friday. ers on his farm here.
Mrs. W. A. Colley and son, Carr, Till the creature passed by, who can It is reported that Mr. )K. B. An- ,, And a.u Lin..f
Wells, of Lawtey, was a and daughter, Miss Lois returned claim neither gender; dreu's house was struck and tired by U"J."o'' 5.,1i..
esting visitor to Starke Tuesday Wednesday from Attapulgus, Ga., How can: she expect us to I love and lightning last week.IIEGiSTRAThON -----
home
where they visited W. A. Colley defend her I AUTOMOBILE HEAftSB +
I am starting for Heaven, where HOOKS Always b..... The best Mr-
E. E. M. and G. W. Hazen, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and daughter, robes are the style, OPEN IN D1STRCTHThe vise .. the lowest price fls-

ing were business visitors Miss Jeanette, returned from Jack To sip milk and honey, and do noth- registration books will lie .... imUoa ta ..r ,h seen.

Tuesday. sonville Tuesday, where they were ing bill smile. opened in the different precincts of Registered Embals..r.e .
-A BACHELOR.
guests of Mrs. Annie Richard. the from I C
county Monday, Sept. 1st j
E. Torode, of Lawtey, member --- ---- ARTHUR BRISBANE WRITES I until Saturday, Oct. 11th for the DeWITT C. JONES h
: price county board of bond trustees, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Marshburn and registration of electors in the
; UV WILLIE! i PINKSTON; general STARKE, FLA
' the meeting Tuesday children: who have been visiting her election Tuesday November 4th.
I day Mr. Mrs. G. W. Alder '......
parents, and Arthur Brisbane' an editorial Supervisor of Registration Knight
I' t. you wish to learn to speak, read man, left Wednesday for their homein writer of country-wide fume, whoso has appointed the following deputy -- ,
TIM Quinine ThaI Docs Not Ailed The Readn.r.n
i write French, address personally Crestview. utterances are published In more registration officers: 1 I .. .
> of Im innlr end Immlv' effect. LAX
i ida letter H. LeClair, Starke, Fla. papers of this country than any No. I I. LDWtt'y-U. W l Roberts.No. i nnH MO MUNINK': ahl.u/Can (m urea

at i LOST- Monday afternoon other one man, wrote the following 2, Starke, North J. I"'. Kirk-I In by tbn anyunn ImuJ WI E W.GNu'r.9.iguinu' !| ::::'o rinding*. Mu.
Platinum bar pin set with regarding the finding of the Italian
Col. W. S. Nabb and L. L. flyer Locatelli, due to the watchfulness -
days of Sampson City, were attenl-'I( diamond in center. Finder return i I of Willie I'inkxton, the lookout ,
he business matters in town Fri- on tliu U. S. S. Richmond. Mr. Pink-
to Mrs. 0. L. Beaslev and
board. Mon is a resident <>f this section,
receive reward.Mrs. born and reared in llrudford! county,
Mr. S. Matthews spent several days near lake Huller: INSURANCE

Waldo, 1. week in Tallahassee on busi R. T. Dowling and son, I The suggestion that a modest fund
her connected with the state rail Raleigh, Jr., of Jacksonville, returned I be raised for Willie I'inkstnn, the .
Struth commission. seaman whose excellent saved I
home Wednesday otter spend eye
the life of the brave Italian Agency Established 1886
ing several days with Dr. and Mrs. .OCI&-
r Mr. k'B. R. J. Davis spent the past W. E. Middleton.Mrs. telli, Is approved. Percival' S. Hill,
'of with her/mother, Mrs. head: of the American Tobacco: Company

guests in Jacksonville, returning W. E. Middleton an;' children, sends $25: for the benefit of J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Struth, Wednesday. Gerald, Misses Madge and Hazelt the man with good eyesight.
and Mrs. R. T. Dowling and son, Cesare C. Campus wends $100 to
L. W. ,Strickland, of Waldo, Raleigh, Jr. of Jacksonville, motoredto the Los Angeles Examiner "begging! !J
day : Mr. and Mrs. Boyer, of Eustis, Gainesville Tuesday. -. ----- ----- .
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resume here the first of the week -- ----- -
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versify Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Rev. W. G. Strickland, of Fernan- W : __ _____ ___ __- ._ __ __ -__u __
dina, will be here all next week ---I Ij !
and Mrs. L. W. Strickland training a class of workers in the
L. W. Jr., of Jacksonville, Methodist Sunday school. The book
and $ guests Sunday of Mrs. Strick-
for study is "Organization!: and Administration -
mother Mrs. Gill, at Hotel .'' Sunday school workers

of other denominations are Invited
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to join the class.
Umbrellas $1.25and

Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Alexander and
values $1.00 at
little Stumps; sons! Lonnie and Handsel], of Jack
at the I Friday and .Saturday sonville, were here Wednesday visiting I. \ '
Mrs Mr. and Mrs. F.; A. Scott. Mr. Then *
and Mrs. Alexander were enroute to !
Mr. Lake Geneva where they will spend
son, J. T. Willis has sold her home two weeks on a camping trip withL.
visiting northern part of town to Col. A. Wynn and family, of Hampton. Simpson I
Adkins. Mrs. Willis will make I ,

with her son, J. T. Willis, Judge and "Mrs A. V. Long and I y

Mrs. I Ocala. son, Gus, and daughter, Annie, of
day Palatka, spent Sunday and Monday I ThoughtS
spent Clyde Alvarez and her guest, with Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mr.
ter W. F. Starkweather, have re- and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Gus Long,
to their homes in Jackson- who Is a member of the U. S. Navy l
A. after spending a week at and has recently returned from a t

course lake. i foreign voyagT(: la spending! a month
and is with his parent' .
Woman's Auxiliary of the
sister, church will sell sand SPLENDID CHICKEN SUPPER was ambifioiu, At least he thought he was. He had been with hi* firm lor yean,

Mrs. !, lemonade, cake and candy SERVED AT LAKE BUTLER and his prospect looked bright..
Friday, beginning at eleven
ter, in the morning. Sale will at Lake
Butler, Aug. 31-The ladies
[ store. of the Methodist church at Lake One day fortune knocked at his door He wa offered a partnership, providing I!! he was in a

mother, Butler, served a most delightful petition la make a luitakfi investment.But .

E. Daugherty cloned his minU- chicken: supper, at the Woman's club I
Mr pastor of the Church of room Friday evening.The --
last Sunday. lie will still re! room was beautifully decorated I
ville Starke and worship with the with cut flowers and ferns which
Mrs. J. He urged the church to call: presented a very pleasingappear Simpson had never learned to save money He had spent all he earned. And in deep humiliation

immediately which he nope ance. J ."1I't. he had to admit that he was not= a position to accept the big chance when it came.

do. While the guests .were enjoying I I

colors A TONIC Are you saving money Irgularly ? This bank helps thrifty people to lAve by paying four per
dresses $1.25. and I
Orove' cent interest subject to usual regulations. I
Tasteless chill Tonic restores
values for $1.00 at I II
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I
store, Friday and Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its

Frank only. strengthening Invigorating effect see bow I BANK OF STARKE r i iI
It brings color to the cheek and howit

his Josephine Taylor who sold Improves the appetite you will tbe"apprecJ.lAlllu I THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
true tonic ...Iue.CroYe' .
West Call
on street some
has recently purchased Tastelese chill: Tonic U simply
Iron and I
property from W. E. Quinine suspended In syrap. So
Mrs pleasant even children like f IL The blood
on Cherry street and
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I
Austin into it this week. She la now Enrich It.
Destroys
Malarial genno and i
to her old friends who are; GrIp (.ems lu I
It, guests bjr etxentpgt A lag. lIIyw.MJa. I
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: : ---- d tile value 8 yds. fur ? 1\\, ",' $$1.25:; and $$1150\ values __. .. $$1700. I Ir

r, '" I :, y: HENS RguIzr$1J5id$15OvaIu.1or DRESS' SHIRTS$ .......___.h------. 1 ,:-' ".'.ml I..or Hollar CHILDREN Sale> _SLIPPERS H_ __" __..._. .. .... .!$$1,00 1 'n 2'r'\ !' '

,I UABY TALC<;. IOWJmlt, __ $$1.00. : MENS 9 pair SOCKS aaitt .colors: 25e.: rnlye f.r _- .--..--,.;-.--- -. Ju 1 |(oi S1')t >M.>.'I:"id UItESSES') $$1.75'.value ._u__ __ .. ._._ .. $$1,06 1 HAMMERS) AND\:\ ) HATCHETS I ( ,! Vi.- ... $$1,00. M' MU NK1SI'IIP '' J
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I r> CanH for I QUILT CLOTH | $$1.25 RetCuUra( .. --- .. .--..t-----i-.. _n_ ... .- ----.. .II./IM.. $$1,00,

I!" I 1, HA.".BY Bllnt SOAPS for() .._u.__...-____-___. i-- $$1.0Q. 'I 1 1.2.ndt5cvaluellll'dsfor.; ) ( ...n.u_.. -- $$1- ,----INK||{ ,n I l.ir: :r I Dollar LADIES Sal.SLIPPERS. .-----.H.- ... .. .. ._ $$1.00. ALUMINUMW.UW'Two PoU -----,----------------- .f__ ..-I--..----. .- $$1,00, I.t: aAl.l.AtW\\L"I\I'i'II'l.L".> Jan, ./ (forLKUtiKT'rS'OPhho>,,\. \|.": (;,!( \i> : '; .&" .... $$1,00,

I R MTELSTONB FABRIC PAPER' $$1,00, IIOU POWDERS ..: '. '.. .. -
', ONE BOTTLE INK ---. I 60 Ib. Tuba, Regular $12.60 $.eUer._ .. $$1 ,00 ..; lk\: \
\ I ('Hoi)- --- -- BARGAINS I S BE SURE TO SE; 11: /MR n. -- --- S Packnurt"'* foiAYONDALK .$$1,00,
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KODAK FILMS 2Y.IU. *M : $1,00Corpening's ') VERY SPECIAL POCKET KNIVES': : .. .
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:.... 4 I Hoxpti', f for ,- -._n -" '. -..-.-. .. .--------- .- .. .. .. $$1.10 t to() $$1.2* ValuMONE ____._____.__ ..--- 'U --.----- ''' $$1,00, '\( ... forCIIOE $$1.00.
SHOES up t to.1$.11.' -* ___ .
\ t.L t./.'/ Store Pair' for.. '--. .. .. __ $$1.00 1. : ".<-" y"- ,,. ONE SAFETY EXTRA PACKAGE RAZOR( BLADESENAMEL .. ...__.__ ..__ __. ....___$$1,00, 'ltI'\Holtlc-i\ -. .:finr TOSH I- I( $$1.00.,

: r ':1 Drug WEN'S Two"' f tor 75c.TIES.. .. i $$1,00, aa. !I.. ; ./" -..... ., t GJ" .,. ., D. 4 BUCKETS.! i $$1,00, 'I r .KMAK-.' CHKSr' *OMI-OI\ NO f) .
: u ------- ------- ---- -- ----------- : $11.25:! to $1.50 Values --.-- I :.*." .
II""; ---- !>< \Value" :5; f.iiHI.KV.O .$$1,00, ,
WEN'S LINEN (COLLARS( ,: : :
'. I'' Six' for $$1,00, : ,... .:- ., --..' --- ..." ;..,..:..''.";;c;':'.. "' . O.NK PINT:\ : PAINT KrilNITUUE'\ : imt.SUONE : VARNISH_\...__.__h.._.. --_' ... $$1,00, I \ "I'M. ';\,'4/M,...>,TOII.KT 11)) f.r. .' SOAP() I. $$1,00DeWITT ,
', MEN'S SOCKS, Regular XSe Values<* $$1,00, COLLAR PAD I

p Five' E Pair I f for S ONE: BACKHAND) .--- -- .----- $$1,00, I ______________________________________________________
t!: MEN'S STRAW HATS 1 III 'III $$1,00, BargaIns on Special. Counters TRACE CHAINS
Values up to $$4.00 R Culni: $!.-. Value..* .--- .., $$1,00, '
{; MEN'S' DRESS SHIRTS $$1,00, : I' .
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eguIarI.25to31.6OVaIu.$ $

i J 1! .Any\ Straw,: 'Hat in \the Store. $$1.00 MEN'S Ono' Di HANDKERCHIEFS> n for ?.._.- *t $$1,00J. STUMP'Ji' STORE, ( I \ C JONES, '

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I NW s Sox.. ID-fair, for. $$1.00
\/ \ J J. M.J ALVAREZ HARDWARE OF QUALITY i r

.ti, 0 0 4d c\\ Ladi's Sh.s .' $$1.00 __.u ,_______________ AT'S'

tj ,' i TilE DEPENDABLE;' \% STOREWOMB.VS 'S'SYour
S \h'rw- Silk Ho.e, .

( { ; :all color; .' $$1.00 -H Gaiety fi Theatre" J J.. tf.'r.. Andrews, Jr.. -q- .. : "

I c ): r Dollar) ) \Will\" Buy (One) Hundred
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'r'RIDAY. SEPT 1 I'' L_ HEADQUARTERS 9 : :: : S
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1"'IL.t. !, \ SPECIAL' \ ,KEA1I' HI D II ;
AutomobileSupplies : : : \ D J {
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PaYourGaragevlsit ,
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S I Thin.I' .". :; S / S1 : :. "RAGS\<(. :- I R u) 'r :.r< : ____ ... 00 I .:

2SskC'Jn' ''vr.' $$100.1 I () .\\\,1.1\ !" .( I !,-. ".?? l ;- I LD.lUI\J'S"'III'tCIUUZEJ'SOX\' Quality 1 I t J 0 ,

I : L I \\ilmi--i.pn./ : ,.. I r.;.,. "i-id- I FREE TUBE All oilor> "ymlr' for --...-.---.--- h -- ._________u.. $$1.00, I -_____________
-- andAccessories d I 'S ill '
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I S LACE fi IK. WIDJK. Service

STERNB S : "' j I WithEveryPurcha..: .U..uIsr1cv.iUdw.: *. f.r ,.., -..' H ... $$1.00. ___________________ .

..1 1 ERG'SHemingway's 1 f\ I I :; of a 30x3 1-2 Tire we HOSE.R .lar ALL,fl.M COLORS. valla".* .______:__: .. __ ._.__ $51.00. 1'.'"

S -i_ _i Beat Whit.-, H.IOIII.. ) Hi .I 1S, S J
will
,i II jy I Furnish a Tube 1 ._____ '________________________________
Bent Sinokfd) ( llncon, II Ih) .2:'!! i --- -- -- ---

; I t I Breakfaxt, Strips.. Smufced.,. Ib ..2\1\ L FREE.___________________ Line of Fall and Winter. Hats on Display'

: PATCHES' \ : 50c: BOXES _._______ $SI. wCHAMPION I Empire Picnic Ham*. Ib .. .. .19' I' ..1 Everything t} in Ladies n d W
S a for ...-----u---------- .. .--- .__ u M Sweet Rose S.: R. Flour.. Zt$ .. 1.S3'\1JUI.T, I'I'WGS' \ '!1 )"ea y-ta- ear ,
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(etEtg1 :J J : $ 00 ;; (turPlain. --- ----- ---- --- --------
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I : 2 for __ ._____-u___ Pillsbury' < and Town Crier Flour.. l GflF K\i'\ '''; : Dress OrnamentsNovelties .
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II-I.i.. BLOW-OUT- -- PATCHES: \ $$1.00 21 ------ ------- I.SJ: HALF\ "_'AnITIC.'BTS__: __ (.'._ $$1 .0 .1: i lj..un.for.. ,,.| __ _.._ ___________ $$1.00. ,
7 for .uu-
j;, M lv eat 1 iv ar i ''it i 3 for .___u.u____________.:__- ---. -- ..________u._____ Pure and Compound Lard ---. .IS i. \ '.01 l I' PATCHES"Have ( of All Kinds, I p' T4 c
& # I POLAIUNE} OIL __._ "' ___ __......_..._ _.. ... __._....,.. $$1,00 1 ... ..
1 4 '0 ._. _._______ ___._.__ $S1.00 Sugtr., 11 pound* w...... I 1.00Smaller a Lark in Starke' ,i Ji.:!! e 'for m -- .m. I II' Ib* OF:' Sl'' < \\U "
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.O "* ------------------- TUBE KEPAIR} OUTFITS I Complete Line of Gifts for the.BabyMarguerites Special Dollar) :Sulo: -- '"., oil ..uu
I IENDEKI.01N) NEAR\ DEPOT TEXAS\ EXTRA HEAVY OIL $$1 s 00 .. Quantities tbMaiwell Three Cana for ________________________...__._______Uh_ $$1,00, :2.1 !lhL!> MEAL\ f OR GRITS.
STEAK 1 Gallon f for ---------------- House Coffee -------- .43$ .. -- .. ...... $$1,00
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Pounds() (for .. ..... __ PADS ''' -
I : j HOI' -.. -- 'H' -- -- CUP (GREASK\ _.___ ____ _. $$1.] .00 Baby Carnation Cream. 12 can .'.78Kerosene Sit of f Thrt'e $$1,00, 11 It IbN. (GOOD; ) KICK '
M) STEAK.\ ....______________ ____ <>
3 Iba.tot--------------------------------P- $$1 5 1-Ib. Cane for -- v- u ... 7v I -- ----- -------- ------- ------- ------ -- Millinery Special- (Dollnr) Sala ... $51,00,
POIIK( CHOPS.' 3 llm." I I. Oil.; 5 rallon))* --- M M I --- -- -----.H

h .STEWMFAT 1 Pounds J\ (for $$1,00, HEAD 3 3for) .________.,-..__uu__-______ __._____________.uu___... $$1,00 -Hulk Roanted1,


-S 4 IIKOOKKIELD 2 Found' .. for CRKAMEKT_.-.._____t._-BUTTElV__. ___t.n$1___..,_.. .._.__ _.___ $1,00 I'' Any Inner Tube in our Stock W.;price can* supply in ;proportion your every t t. ab.ie.want'Give at t The FURNITURE_ MA> RADIUS ,ROD Complete AND STKHRJNG- -- _h.'":'__.ROD_._ _)__ANTIRATTLERSJtnaUlled ____ ..._._____________ $$1,00 1. 0 "Pexto"Dol14r Inside Da, Sale DuoI''__Lock n..,. $$1 1 iooi. and Pint Druah.KI&lIiu ___*_nth_______ .$$1,00i.oo2 1 t JARS. MRS.Uollnr' :DUKES'Special -Sa ar.RELISD- --.. .---. -- $$1,00" 1,
______________________________________________________________ Uammer and"j 1b Nalls I 5 Ib. Ilkt. CUP" ( .! '. (COFFKtt
,. S : SMOKED f> Pounds AND for) PLAIN.- '\--:_-__SAUSAGE______..}..........S._____________._.. $$1,00, I With\ Every Tire PurchaseSmith's a. a trial Buy your Furniture cr'. I Full Line of f Repair Parts t and Supplies Carried on Dollar Dity $al" -- .. $$1 land Lineal I 1b.'to ';r _Ware__ $$1.00'e p'e i Dollar,II Sain .--. .-.. 'U_ .. $$1,00or 1,

S'' SWIFT'S\:3 i Pound: d AND* for) ARMOUR'S SUGAR\ CURED HAM___.w__...__ $$1,00, I t Garage A A.. H, GREEN Easy Payments Hand.. CONSUMERS LUMBER\ CO.. I. ALL FLOUR REDUCED FOR FRIDAY
S PICNIC( HAMS.\:: sviFrsiiis'\ : :' I'' :--- Repair \Work done by Competent \ orinIen. STARKE.. FLORIDA These-arc JUF5t. few of the mnny\ Rirvains':) that.. we

S :5 1 Pound for -- ._--___...........___ 'P' .u_______.__ $$1- ,DO I _____________________________________________________________________ KVKRTTIITM\ (; FOR TilE II\ ""W''_______________________________________________________________________ ; shall I},I offer for and. Saturday sale. Come ,in to
.' SWIFT'S I : HREAKPAST\ \ HACONT : -5-- .5 I see us. .
T Poutuls:I tI for .... .___ ___ $$1,00,
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IKISII J( POT( .\\TOE8) s" : r Dip SEE OUCH' 1 Bennett Grocery Company)
-,) .,,,"nd:< (,''r . ., .. .. $$1,00, IVALUES k kVITH
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STARKE BAKERY At the Variety Market The business men of Starverepresented[ ? on this sheet have : ?\ ''llestD .f""


Next Door to Bank qf Starkc i come together in offering thepjople of Bradford County the :| : ; & ,fj j, D 01 c]
t \ K\CII:\ DOLLAR& PURCHASE' (; \ J:: "
10 ""kif''" Oe.I'\.o.\(. .. 1 I ":''' VALUEN'lill /
(''l I (CAKES.: !I PIES, BREAD.\ OR HALTVATBK\ 'K1SH i $$1.00. opportunity t -t of f making savin on the every-day d necessities of f ''':I( oc'$$1.00')' ,
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I \ \ ? ((3 I IN Ot'R' LINE. 'WE'LL : for '__"h _____ \ ,'f ;-------S. ; -- I'll' < :Mr" ,<<: HAMS\ .
t.IVE\ (KIIKE{ : ONELOC LOAF OF. l'REAIKln)pounds CUBJ:1' -:--B- ---s-- ,. .. $S1.00.. life through h the medium of f HDc\': LAR DAY" sales I two days of ";-'H.r. (for i> (OCTA).(;. .(.-.)..N. SOAP..()%" $$1,00S1.00, -. ,pound> .*. fur. .iI.1' ;. ..--. .,.;.".. ., '"t. .t' .. ... ._ S1.00 1 0
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. ( FRIDAY SEI'TEIIBFR 10
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: PREVENTION SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS I I I BROOKEB family

I bettor than cure Tutt'i Pills taken I Mr. J. T. Marr bu
:1 FU. J was a
Starke. .
Aug. 8 W2.t.BOIIM
FARMERS umo.aie cut only remedy for but ..... "j I Brooker Sept. 12-Meslll'1l DW, '
and FARMING visitor to Jacksonville Monday.
I SICK HEADACHE I met in regular session with Pinholster and Dock Anderson form Miss Dora Carter returned S' I

.. I Ld w._ coottipujoci lad kindnd. di,... | all members present I I erly of this place but now of St.
__ after week's visit with
h -- ._ ____ Minutes of last meeting read and Petersburg day a
J were shaking hands
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Tutt's Pillsweather approved as read. I with friends here this week. tives In Jacksonville.) ti

ARTICLES; OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND W. H. Harrel was offered $30.00I {i' E. S. Gainey and family, of Plant Mr. W. G. Jones of Marlet1Ipending'
time with dater
I month to bring the children froiuBradford some hjs;!

k TO BE REST... SUITED TO OUR CO IJNTY bureau at Chicago, just be- I school to Brooker pro.ing .......- the City first were of the visiting week. relatives here Mrs. Hardy Padgett. '

.. fore he sailed today on the! Belgen- they consented to come. I Mrs. A. L. Crosby and of Mr. A. J. Swartz left Sunda
--- I I children
Jacksonville where he has
The
and. pastor of the Independent accep
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF I Vero are visiting- the home of her );
I ESTABLISHING AN APIARY > The said Dr. African Methodist church position.
question, Cox will Episcopal ,
I parents Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
CIIINCII Crosby.
HUGS<< IN LAWN I spentrweekend
:
Mr. T. A. Loadholtz '
When a beekeeper desires to establish be taken up by the astronomical division was granted permission to erect additions B. F. Hazen and wife, of Santos, _
of the conference. If the the Thurston school building in Lawtey with relative
Lawn troubles come with summer. an apiary there are several plan to j have returned to their home ofter '
The usual worry ia the chinch bug points that he must consider seri- favored by (the scientists is adopted, I to be used as high school for the spending a week with their parents Mr. B. B. Williams of Jacksonville

(How to treat this pent has been out- ously, according to specialists of the the months will be four weeks each. church under the conditions that all here. I spent the week-end here with ] ;

lined by entomologists of the FlorI- Florjda State I'lant Board, if he The first dUwill always fall on property remain in the hands of the ([| II. S. Hazen who has been spend relatives ;?'\.lt\ .

da Experiment Station. This reads: hopes to get a maximum of honey Sunday, while Saturday;! will always school board and that one room in ing: a month's vacation here with Mr. II. C. Wimberly, Misses'''Beth

l "The dry hot weather of the last'from his bees. Among the little conclude' the week, falling on the 7, said building will be vacated by them his parents has returned to Madison' and Winifred Wimberly, Harry' and

few weeks is causing a heavy out- ,, points stressed that have a bearing 14, 21, and 28. The extra day will be during our term of school which is where he is employed as agent for Max Wimberly werd visitors to;"thj!.T
regarded as a floating day but will to be supervised by the Board of '
break chinch
of
St. the
bugs on Augus- | on yield are: proximity to water Seaboard. State Farm Sunday. 1,1 'I'II 'I'I\
I |ine grass lawns. These insects can shade weeds and grass. be called "New Year's eve." I Public Instruction only. G. W. and E. M. Hazen motoredto I
be A strong advocate of this change The following bills were audited ':
d reached by u contact insecticidu i|| Bees require fresh water at all Starke Tuesday '
pnly. The strongest of these is calcium times of the year and especially I I is Prof. Charles F. Marvin, head of and ordered paid from the general I. W. Pinholster and wife left (

cyanide (a black powder A I the United States weather bureau. funds: Brooker
) brood If Tuesday visit
during rearing. water is not morning to qiiLi
1 lit also has the tenative approval of Roy' EMwanln Repairs ________________8507
25 per cent dust is recommended at''available from a lake or creek, the Hoy' Edw.nts l Hnpainl _________________34.17 relatives in Jacksonville and other
a rate not exceeding 150 pounds to bees will be H constant source of annoyance the Catholic and Episcopal churches H. A W. R. Draw Co. forms __________ U.U5H points of the State. meat
the I I I said Dr. Cox, who added that the H. Wiggins! SnUrr Supt. __________75.00 ,
acre. around the pump or watering not H. H. Wiggins Salary' Sup __________75.00 I Mrs.'Millie Gainey is spending
"If it were possible to get an even trough, If the yard is located change will only not interfere M. H. Wiggins Incidental ____________21.36 | this week in Jacksonville visiting; Cleanses mouth and
--' distribution with church calendars, but make L. W. Kicklttor Board service------- 4.20 aids .
smaller teeth and
amount of digestion.Relieves
a u near the residence. __ ___ __ relatives.
L. J. Wynn' Hoard aervlce _. _. 5.40
stronger dust would.l do us well. Butit I During .the heat of the noonday for a permanent Easter A. A. Hawn Hoard service ___________. 8.00 Ardell Crosby of Jacksonville that overeaten -

is difficult to get an even distribution sun, tho hives should have some protection I The leading weather men of the U W. Alilermnn PROM Kecordinir SUB ;FUNDS______-___ 8.50 I spent the week-end here with his feellag and acid

when a small amount is used. I in order that the combs will World will attend the conference in 1'. i. RvddUh Flan pole ... __________ 5pO parents Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby. moatfc.
Therefore, it is advisable to buy it not be melted down and ruined. !i I Madrid, which will be opened by J. C. Mnnmnir Broom ___.___.___.___. ..00 L. R. Gainey motored to LaCrosseon Its l-a'9-t-l-n-o flavor
Alfonso of J. W. Whit. man Inch ..___.______ 1.25
diluted with a filler so it can be more Dense shades are to be avoided. Thin King Spain. Bradford Co. Hank Nota _____________82.4 business Monday. Italics the craving lor
evenly distributed. Too much concentrated -' \ Dr. Cox expressed the belief .that Baird IIwil Co. Lead _____.____________70.1(5 sweets.
of boards the Mr. J. J. Mr.
pieces placed across :|:'the thirteen month calendar shouldbe Fred Phase Well _____ ____________ ___51.00 Rigdon and Harmageof '
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dust will burn tho gross. Ap- > hive will answer as a sun break. If Atlaa Mill. T. Paper ____._____________1800Jan. I the Wateroak section attended Wrlgleys Is doable '
ply when the grass is dry. I I boards are not available brush will approved also by business 'men Rosier Crayon' _________--______._ 2.00 services at New Hope value In tbe benefit and
Sunday.
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who could, with complete 1.. (1 Harry Rrpaira 4 25 I pleasure It provides.
"A safer, though more costly, insecticide >suffice. Palmetto( fans are good for accuracy A. A. Durdon Incld __________________31.72 Math' Wasdin of Graham wa
/ la tobacco the best form of i' this purpose.If compare their business of one'period Hampton Tie Co. Lumber _____________411.., here on business Tuesday. SmmlmJ in ill Parity
with another. Roy' Edward Rrpain _________________240.14
which IB flicotine-sulphnte-lime dust. weeds and sr; ina. are permitted to I C. B. Roberta Reiinlrti ________________11.40 Mr. Long who ia superintendingthe Poek.ga
Apply 3 per cent tobacco dust at the I grow around the entrance to the hive J.... Reynold' Holding election ___.____ 2.00 road work at this place motoredto ''WR'Oi.E

rate of at least 200 pounds to the the bees will bu handicapped in their To Cure a Cold In One Day I': llalrd r. Fowt Hwd Holding Co. Paint election__::::::::::::-108.50 2.00 Lake City Tuesday.J. saaf'w .'

acre. Plain tobacco dust is good if I efforts to work in and out. Also ven- Take. the LAXATIVE Couch: end BROMO Headache QUININE and Tablcu work off) the Utups V. I>. Wheeler Rppulra _-_______________82.45 L. Shriver motored .to G ines- c.-'" t'/ -

ground very :finely."A tilation will be cut down. The bees Cold E. W. GROVE'S alguatura on each box. 300. There being no further business ville Friday. IQ
I
solution of nicotine sulphate in able the board adjourned to meet the first II j
are to maintain efficiency only -- ---- -- ; Mrs. Melvin of Lawtey, spent the
b water-1 pint to 100 gallons of wa when fresh air is: being circulated FLORIDA FARMS & INDUSI I I Monday in Sept. .' week-end here with her son J. J. I

ter-In which, 4 or five pounds of freely through the hive. TRIES! CO. TO BE SOLD B. WIGGINS. L. W. KICKLITER Morgan. ,I

soap have been dissolved-Is also ''H. Secretary. Chairman. I
I E. J. and
Ward Junita
daughter ,
,
e e e e e Appraised Value of The Assets of
good. Soak the grass thoroughly I of Tampa are visiting relatives and
Exceed Three Million I PROPOSE ERECTION
Company [
"Do not mow an Infested lawn too EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS' friends this week. I' he lasts
I Dollars. I TOLL GATES TO hers Jlavor
closely; allow the grass to grow. REPORTS I T. J. Dukes of Five Mile, was Ez
Water It well." e e e e e Messrs. nobertL Dowling and CATCH BOOTLEGGER transacting business here Saturday. |

FARM f WOMEN DO DIG Walton-We shipped a carload of i Paul A. DeLong, receivers of the East Coast Roads Would Be Barr.ed I Gerald Abbott of Plant City who Habitual Constipation Cure '--:'

THINGS IN VOLUSIA CO. sweet potatoes cooperatively this I.I Florida Farms & Industries Co. are and All Cars Stopped on Passage j,has been spending sometime here | In 14 to 21 Days .

week at a fancy proce; have one' of calling for bids for the entire as- by Plan of Federal i returned to his home Sunday. i "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyprepared -",

and the best '' of the the bids to be M. P. Matheny and family I SyrupTonic-Laxatlvefortiabttuad'.
Organization home demonstration potato crops ever grown';sets company Agents I motored : ;

work is meaning much to the here. Our farmers are busy saving ', filed on the 30th day of September, to Waldo Hampton, Starke Constipation. It relieves promptly.Dd'?J
toll should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days 4 4to
t farm women of Volusia County according much good hay. with one of the attorneys for the Tallahassee-Establishment of and Lawtey Sumlay. He is highly | ,
I induce regular action. It Stimulate and -
to farmers' Col. O. O. McCollum in gates along Florida east coast highways the good roads to be
a report during i company praising soon Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take;:*
l\ladison-Our farmers I of ;
have been and the arbitrary searching
Week by Miss Orpha Cole home Jacksonville.The completed in the county. per bottle. (i ilt
i marketing tobacco in Valdosta and automobiles for whiskey, measures
agent. 1 1 assets of the company consist I T. B. Pinholster who is teachingat
The West Volusia Home Products Huhlra daily; the majority sold their of approximately one hundred reported as contemplated by prohibition Graham spent the week-end here SEABOARD TIME TABLB.

t Exchange made during/ three monthsof crops for a profit. I and twenty-five thousand acres of enforcement officers in their efforts with his mother.A. (In effect May 11, 1924) ..

this summer 1131. And one i Lake-Fine ; furnish- land, mostly west of Green Cove to curb rum running operationsin Southbound- 1No. ,'
program was A. Hazen and family ftuve mov-
member of this has made I led ; Part of the land probably that section will involve practices '
exchange Springs. ,
,1 fanciers this week H. l1.8S'
our poultry ; that are of doubtful legality accord- I ed to Gainesville. Their many friends 1 reaches Starke at p.; DI.
during the $715. This I two thousand acres has been under ,
year money I
B. Lansden extension poultry special- to lose them but wish them No. 3 11:02 "
regret
.. ing to the latest expression of the : a. mNo.
cultivation and larger has
was made mainly from byproductsof a acreage
I lint, gave a number of culling demonstrations state supreme court on the question! every success in their new home. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m,
the home, as canned and preserved stressing in his talks the been cleared and stumped. There are
etc. located the lands than two of ptmrch and seizure. No. 15, Limited 1:16 p. m.'
fruits cooking!, special sewing, 'lino points of poultry management on more I HIGHLAND \
II According to published reports Northbound- -t,
Miss Cole reported that one of feeds and housing and telling how to hundred buildings and approxi- ,

6 the club women-Mrs. Aordman-asynaking I tell non-layers from good layers. mately two hundred miles of wire several days ago the federal forces Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, and Miss M.1 I No. 2 reaches Starke 5:08: stria. 1.

( \ since November 1 of last !I Poultryman of Umatilla F. W. Garret ){I fence. Through the lands are thirty- are planning to inaugurate an of Intensive E. Ricks were called to Lake Worth i No. 4. 4:23: p. m. }j"

S year the following: Home cooking has installed a 10,000-egg incubator 'five' miles of graded road, a railroad drive in the vicinity MI-I Wednesday by the illness of their'' No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:60 a. III.

(cakes pies bread meats candy)) for a community hatchery. -runs into the lands, which is about ami against alleged liquor uncle B. II. Ricks. They returned "No. 16, Limited, 6:67:
p.
$1)00.45!) !: ; crystallizing, $116.75; jellies I' fifteen miles in length. Approximately Among the most Important Saturday accompanied by Mr. Ricks. Wannee Branch-

and marmalades $21; hand work at Marion-We are expecting/ in a six hundred acres of the i of the crusade, it was reported Mr. F. R. Ricketson, of Coleman

spare Clime, $27; additions to bedroom few days a number of purebred tract has been set to pecans and on would be establishment of toll gateson arrived Thursday: to relieve Mr. II. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a

furnishings, $lfll>; furnished calvesbought in Tennessee for boy I what is known as the Long Branch I all main roads along the cast T. Boggs/ as second trick operator. No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p

"'inlngroom., $100.! of our calf club. Fertilizer! salesmen! 'j unit there is u nursery of 60,000 coast At these gates every automo- Mr. Boggs left Thursday for Cal- I T. j. GRIFFIN;*

The woman's exchange and the are on my trail these days hoping to trees. At Bordenvllle there is a dairy bile would be stopped and examinedfor houn, S. C. for a visiit with hisI Agsmt

r women composing its membership get an opportunity to bid on a possible Absolutely modern In all of its equip- liquor. ----- --- -- --- -- -- I
as well as all home demonstrationclubs club order.hillsboroughPeople. ment, surrounded by 480 acres of This system it was said would relieve ..
in the county work under tho land. The property also includes a men now on duty on the coastal has not uiuug.i tail l ; .", hurt' ,' '
are planting roads for attention to inland highways Citizens can walk into a 1
direction of tho home ngent. Woman long frontage on Kingsley lake, in Tnis Week ,
who attended Farmers' Week from I their home gardens. Farmers are the western part of the county one which might be frequented by lar Mid a few,!1'm'1C'h cents.; ; > ;a-J desired'for !!

Volusia county said that little if making plans for strawberry and of the most beautiful bodies of wa- the liquor carriers. with the toll gates Good prohibitionists will .,s.yu

anything Along these lines was doneIn I fall vegetable crops._ ter in the state. Within the corpor-I Vhtublished.ITHE I "What terrible drunkenness there

the county before home demonstration I Orange-Rust mites are showingup I ate limits of Green Cove Springsthe INFANTRYI will be in Italy." But they don't

work was begun there about bad property offered consists,. of a I know the Italian people. They don'tJgut
enough to rust the fruit, even drunk whether the ,
three yuars ago: with Miss Cole in though normally they do not appear general store building and "warehouse may be a roughneck.. cheap or dear.f winells

iq charge. this lute. Groves properly dusted large hotel, new office building There ia dirt behind my ears. ";1'", <.'

TWO---- with sulphur are running less than fifty-seven dwellings and a num- I know nothing much rt Judge Talley "The United r 1
FLORIDA GIRLS TO GET: says ,
ber of city lots some of .which are About mathematicsI
SCHOLARSHIPS 1 per cent affected fruit while untreated higher States ia the most lawless nation\
groves are showing 80 per beautiful river front properties.The am not supposed to be I and most criminals are youngster,'
'"
The South Florida Fair has given cent or more. total appraisement of the A bridge, road, and trench builder. By Arthur Brisbane That's just it. The United States}

scholarship of $150 to an properties owned by the company II I i go where I am sent on foot. is a youngster. Youth is always *

ing home demonstration outstand-j Jefferson-Wehad, a great field ( reaches a figure above three million II carry my bedding lawless. Lawlessness is terrible,

Ijl the state. This Is to defray meeting of pecan growers on Thursday dollars. "liml food with me. )IRON FALSE TEETH. that but there is is one worse thing"and
to study scab; spraying. demon- "Also I loaded down stagnation. iStt-
to the International Club am WAR AND CRIME
expenses | BLOODSHOT EYES DOESN'T PAY. Parts of the West that were once i
strations and talks were given by With the tools of tradeI
Congress held annually in Chicago. my most lawless in the old fevari
The award will be made during the I I specialists. I :Are cured without pain In one day by I am not a highbrow. YOUTH AND LAWLESSNESS. days are now typically\ law gold abiding "
Leonardos Golden Lotion. No
Eye
S S\ next Tampa Fair for the 1925 congress Okeechobee-Our truckers are organizing other eye remedy in the world as Neither am I an aristocrat. SOME CAN'T WEAR 'EM. This country will settle down.1

according to an announcement !I! into a cooperative association I cooling, healing and strengthening for BUTT "There is a cure"for exuberance-.5
for
by home demonstration officials at in order to market their produce weak eyes. Insist on having "Leon- I I When there's work to be doneI The none sterility. :.
Tallahassee. rdi's." It makes At am sent for. great Krupp concern makersof j
I I : strong eyes
' t a The Florida Rant Coast Railway I! to bent advantage. I'" all druggists I1 build anything big cannon on which the Kaiser's Disease is one of earth's mySte-

has also offered Q $IIiO scholarship i i linker-Visited one field of. cotton --TIMELY ADVICE ABOUT I From a stretch of barbed wire power used to rest now manufac- trouble ries. And that most mysterious i* ,the]
I Nature
to a home demonstration club gill j,'that was treated for boll weevil Control \ TOBACCO j I To a railroad. tures false teeth of steel enameled, disease germs takes against to tLirI protect -

t from any county in the state traversed by Jhe Florida method; it showsa I1 handle the accompanying guns the same steel that once went into enemies, including man. "'.

by its roads. This. scholarship will two-thirds normal crop, and would "The kind of tobacco proving best j I'I When there is no one else to do. it. fighting machinery.Can For instance, the tubercular bacillus ..

be awarded in October and tho girl: show more had it not been plowedtoo adapted to this section is the bright ,II I do not sit down and say you imagine anything which kills millions lives <_

will attend the Chicago meeting from wet which caused it to shed more leaf, which is not as tedious and expensive '"It can't be done."" itranger in history than the possibility cased in "a heavy capsule of fiw" i
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November 28 to December I IS.I than usual; practically no weevils I to grow as the wrapper, and 'i DO IT.I of the Kaiser which gives it elasticity and protects -
have been found since the treatmentwas which is at present being marketed let the other fellows. complain. waring a set it from its enemies inour. !

I '; SUBSCRIBE TO TilE TELEGRAPH applied. I through several towns in South ,, If it i ill a campaign of false teeth made by the KruppsT blood. ___ '

( 1i -- Georgia. It is expected that if suf- I take the ground Not the same bite in that set AI Sir Leonard Rogers who'13S1

WOULD IIAVK 13: MONTH: YEAR ficient acreage is planted in this I And I HOLD IT, TOO! there was in the old cannpn. specialhed in fighting leprosy noticed -*
I
the
, I march, and starve, resemblance betweenthe, ]
J pJI1LUAIQf This Is One! of :Most Important Stepsto part of the state a central market germs cf leprosy and
, f( A t which do'!'' And fight, and play. Two things never pay-crime and of tuberco-I
will be established will losis, and tried
Be Considered by GeodeticGeophysical on his ]
consumptive
That's: because! I'm a roughneck war. The big war cost two hun-
i I Al I'nion. away with a great deal of .the trouble patients injections of sodium
morn-
and expense of marketing, the buyers I' rind 'here's dirt behind my ears dred and fifty billions of dollars, huate, that worked welkin leprosy!:

New York, Sept. Changing the for the large manufacturers coming I, In other words besides lives lost. The Chicago It is the salt obta l1e,1 from the]

number of months in the year from to the central market I I I'M THK INFANTRY crime that attracts attention will body of codfish and has shown]

t twelve to thirteen of twenty-eight "It is certainly to be hoped that AND I'M: PROUD OF IT. cost. at least$000,000. It's expensive, and extraordinary tuberculosis.results In leprosy*!

days each and milking the extra tobacco will prove the boon that is UORI.D FLIERS TO RECEIVE even for taxpayers. They will sup- mKnickerbockers .

day: a holiday is one of the most Important expected of it in the Sea Island cot- 21-GL'N SALUTE AT BOSTON: r'y about $100,000 as their share. are sensSbL-i

I3S steps to be considered by the ton belt for the farmers were hard n he paru.ts of the depraved worn at the right time, but they are.]

International geodetic and geophysical hit by the boll weevil and have been Boston, Aug. 31-With the arrivalof u hs that mu' ..I..redoung Franks not for every female figure. i

union, which will meet in Mad groping; about in the dark for several Battery A, ninth regiment coast vi1') In the North you see hundreds!
.pjiU uboui ?:CO,000.;:::>
Say Bayer Aspirin" rid. So declared Dr. Henry Cox years endeavoring to find a crop artillery corps, at the Boston airport of young women in knickerbockers!
I hat is the of that
senior meteorologist and district to take the place of cotton. However, I today, with two anti Aircraft guns. price two youngmc.i's built remind you of the stone welt
by the honest
I INSIST Unless forecaster for theUnited States it is not an easy crop to raise requires it became known that round-the- attemot to get $10,000 by feet farmer "Three
i high
you see the l.it:" Their three feet wide" !
taping. two necks so that
much feeding and its culture world fliers upon their arrival here may if it blows
"Bayer Cross" on tablets you To Stop a Cough Quick should be thoroughly studied before- will be accorded the national salute be aiMvl: to the total.A same. Some over young it will ladles be in Just knick the]

are not getting the genuine take HAYES' HEALING HONEY :a hand by the farmer intending to pf twenty-one guns an honor accorded erbockers would look about the!

Bayer Aspirin proved safe by cough medicine which stops the cough by I raise Tiines-Unlon. usually only to the president.The Hollander is on his way to aame if they blew over. Bu. whyj

millions and healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.A I battery, which came here from :Marseilles a distance of 700 miles.! fine the poor creatures Many are
prescribed by physIcians Soaking cabbage seed for 30 fining
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE min- themselves to the
Fort Banks, Winthrop Mass., will To win a bet he must travel all value of
for 24 years.Sc SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and utter in a 1-tolOOO solution of corrosive one husband.
fire the salute it with
was learned the
way turning somersault. Starting
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle) of sublimate nfl then washing -
: Accept only HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The the anti-aircraft guns.SAFE. in :November>: 1923. he has until A
r salvo them in five or six washings of clean next woman eighty bob. her 116
P' should be rubbed on the chest and throatof water will help prevent blackrotand I February 12 to finish the trip. partly, because she is tired of b
' About
: Bayer packl: e children suffering from a Cold or Croup. ; two million somersault will In& young people of fifty and sixty
affect'of .' blackleg. I cover the distance. The man is well talkJng about it
f
The Healln Hay Healintf Honey InMlh SURE Some of tbtI
which contains directions .' .throat combini. wild tha healing effect of padded and seems quit happy, like younfst.rs consider
proven (:..-',G-P..Tr.l. Salve through tha pun of Dad, remember in harvesting and I, many that think as he trartU, alto an eight-1'
H "Bayer" boxes l>..skin anon a couth. 4 amuain .
niy of 12 tablets stops selling the crops'and stock of the in somersault*. woman
Also bottle of 24 and 100 Both rviuadMa... paikad la on* carton and tha 5 many of eighty i.literaUr
-Druggists COM" of the combined treatment ..36e. year that most boys leave the farm younger than the
ak. ..11I.ur of..Yaaat/n/. nark Idrepr.f of Ba .r ..u.- Just ask your druggist for HAYES because dad takes it all and leaves Italy doesn't know what to do of eighteen or thIrty-.ight.worn-out 1appu I
.al1eollc. with her
HEALING: HONEY. r nothing for the boy. wine crop Ht year. 8M the youth; In the eyes. Dot ba the

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RIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA :

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P Home Merchant this some business dealings I I had with L Mrs. W. II. Edwards was a visitot I GUARDIANS NOTICE hall be submItted to the eleelon of the

big firm and came assure you II to JacksonvilleVednesday.. I I at the .n'.1) election to .be Stale
Ladies and Gentlemen' that there has t r..rd.In ("otll'l. of cnum'j,5;;; ;;.. County or 11..01. .....y altar I''". flrnt Monday 7nllloV.mbSr. ,
R..o
of .10.1.. .
I been no unemployment in the two: Mrs. George Anderson visited rela.. I NOII.u I. h..by arl..n lu .II who I I'.u."D.. 192.. for ratlflcatlon or rejection to

And Advertising Ford factories in Detroit -they have, tives! in Starke Friday I onevrn... that I. N. J. M.", ,,.. is 1"'I'dlll"iit m..y : .., II. No tax upon lnhrltan '
I SMI' a"'f: Luoll. e. Mo,,...,. on the" Income ,.f or up.
been running full capacity, three I ..n u-ih s minor rruliunta or oIU....* of this
l\rt. George Futch returned honu-', t day of Srl'len.t r A. b I Dial, .10.11 I b, "'\'Io.d by the 8t..le of
11121.
Florida
-- eight-hour shifts steadily emplolng Thursday from JVauchula I SW lINt .V .a. "'.. <" ". "'"'" t" ....artur I... .undnr It. authority and there shall ... a,. C'...'
over 1(50,000( people besides: the thou- where, ...i.1"S"l'. R. may "o 10..1.' 10 iho "TJ from '","'I'm to the head of a family C
she severar A. ijiwrn. loiinly, jUaJ. rvidlnii' 'is this
[ spent weeks with her < in and Stale. bou.ehol.1oodi,
Mr Kelly's\ talk before the bout. sands they are employing in their ar saul Unuiriirii county ut bbs. offlo. in prnonut ,' \'...''ta tlw V"UB| of U". lh1l1llred and
daughter Mrs. '
Ij' Statt>-< Merchants Associafemphis Newspapers however are not 1 II:tI other plants all over the country. Wey Guntur. SeJ'taFlfirW". ; ''Vf,1"" Counl. for .n or- .IIICOO.OOl Iottpm. .
-- Prtvato .
.I ,
| Tenn. the habit of publishing mialeadinf! : I Henry Ford has experienced a W. 1\[. Bryan;; was transacting said.\ minor. lnl.r.., l. ta-wlt : th. V JOINT RlfSOUJTrONimndnini : Prnpesir. '.
sa
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in''
w weeks before my fortieth advertising and for that reason th,e situation \\hich makes it highly de- business in" Jacksonville Thursday ih., fo lowlnn" 'ilnerilwil unillvlrtud( ..internist..1 In and to \ \\rilcle VIII of th. Con.tlta.

iky, which was several years public has unlimited confidence ii tI sireable to advertise. Perlnlps he 101.and feiSIlt,In Blurt.. lli'."Jf"1-l1 o.tat Bounty..liuato Flo"m .- all II",Ii," ,riMmll l.Mini.. ,.' KlnrldB- ....1.' ">. to Citlr "

wife handed me t. cooj- newspaper advertising.The foresaw the slump which Ben Gore visited relatives in Archer It. I I .
by present
( I T''"" East half' Lola ... ..l. "of"Florida"1 by "" !4gI5IpItr. << of the 81.1.
bunch of letter one morning, retail merchant who will fig:. has appeared to hit the motor con last week. tinS !!.fn.of
etters being aildrc'ise, l :mJ ure on spending two per cent of hi:s I cerns with special velocity Perhaps W'nn'Florida' if. to the town of Bisri,.. \111 It* 'ollown. '| amendment the to A..101.
Northeast reliii 81st.' '
Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke Quarter. nr 8oulht I. r"11"1"0110'; "or.
suggested that I drop them gross receipts for newspaper advertising he judged the time ripe solely because ,, : : 't'I: \>wn.hlp 8. South, Ida . .nunU. to b* num.
was in town Saturday.Mr. ) WWiV Sreiin 'ii of w
Ar
at "* I
East. HE1 '1lo and
nail box on to the of. !: and one-half of one con t of the restless attitude the
my way per j present Dated thIs ilnl ,liiy I Is ***** airrend to and .
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A.
_ 'o'wore my raincoat that morn- for direct mail advertising, such ai I of the peoplo and the fact that ourS and !Mrs Ray Newsom, of I I or"J N. J.( MOOIU DOuardlanJUiello 1"1f. rloetlon toll to .t f" 'i?,,<' held". ot lht RI.1 .'\ t *nral i

it happened to be raining, so letters post cards etc., and prcpan' Federal Government has declared an Starko were Irle'lts.Sund"y: of Mr. H'iO-tt-s-2e c' tteoie. MillO. the Srat Monday. In on November the A.Tu..d.after !
__ D. for
_________,ed the letters In the pocket ofat this advertising' the same as if h''e open season for swatting big busi and !Mrs. Jack Howe. :y EU:<'TIlIS intlftVatlon Stin, .or njiwtlnn, .wl. 112. I

and, upon arriving at the were talking to his customers whei i ness. ... of Bradford t.....t. .S. ehrn Th" '*'and"'"l".""" ...h.1,W.I hav. power I,,

the coat they come in his store there wouK I At for six months Henry Hudson of Clay Hill County. or tht ,nIt i.ttenitlne ,trrrltorlally Rover
:c I placed in my locker, any rate, somo was Flo rl(l-i : ; : tbrouuhont nn.

got all about the letters. I be no need to complaiin about quie t now the "Ford Motor Company has transacting business in town Satur r---I .."' 'l'h.t I. II. Clay Crawforil, I. '1'1.1.>nl county municipal,, In th and* pine-local of all county, .11. C .
of Stale of I hi. trovernmenta. board*.
stair -
wear that same coat again trade. 'I'been displaying itself in the publl- day. .t\e. notice that a of I Inrliln. bodlra l.rv I,and., otflclal. n.tltutlonal. or atato 1

IWeral weeks and that's where You may any "How can I educate> I cations of the country in newspapers ChNKHAl ELECTION .' uliilatlMoxieull th. \'* or judicial, and
Mrs. Will :McCormick and children In Krailforil .10,1 ..Ih. J".I.dIlon. power.. '
"uble started. myself to write advertising ?" 1[ I large and small, in class periodi- and Alex Hove of Gainesville ruemlny next fount.''...edln.* atato.. tin of, rum executive'lion, of ... c\rnmnt., ,Ita leul.latlve 'tl., ).

_ letters happened to be Into know many successful merchant i I cals in farm papers, in general mug- ." In November. A. D 111.!!. the it. hnsrds. 'and aI judicial otftlls' d.-partmnt7> and
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paid I"
Tueailar
were visitors Sunday after h.lnir. the T'1 : divide the
s my fortieth birthday who have gained their advertising t: azines, in street cars in outdoor; po- FOURTH 1'AV OF NOVr.MIIEK ti-rrltory ,...h"I.1 In anrh gftvernmvnt Into :
noon at the home of Mr. and! :\ luhordlnato ..
rrs.A.A. .
c, |Tht- evening of the party came education through reading and I sitlons; and in many other forms of Smith. For' Six. ,lAl' t-n-ald. .,.ntlal tUiwtunifor mill ra.oni.hl.. nratem' .. and of. to taiatlon pmcrlk for a JUSt
one Ki-timiiintatlt. inch
all set. The dinner studying \good trade publication I e of the Second ConvnMlnnal nl and ,
was advertising.
districts
ge I Plutrlrt of time, Hlal of .'10.101... Iv.r", *xUllnir and future
I .
4 pOOled to be at (6:00: P. M, which publish splendid articles in I I With my brokerage business we Mrs. L. A. Marr, !Mrs. Hattie In Htatea.Pnr the. 8lxty.nlnth Conuieaa of tic.. United I II.nI.. Indihtedn In .rea and taxable shall be llnhlllty and remain, a home., I "

body showed We waited every issue. No one can advertising million dollars for- In ,.
prepare appropriated rural
up. a Black and Miss Dora Clark were liovarnor of tha Slain of Florida. fie.nl .1 .10..1 not b* limited aa
I i
..evt'n, but my friends failed to for the goods you on and I advertising this year; and we are shopping In Starke Friday. P'i'r Heorelary of Stain of tho Htato ,f FlorliU t this In x-rtlon a city or shall b*t elTectlv.". n. lnl.lallon undrr'

then lo and behold, my wife offer for sale as good as yourself.The i i like the National Cash Register For For Attorney fomptrollar' tionoral tha of StaM the. Slat. of Florida. I ly oftnw ..... In* the unll who a major '
.
me, "Do you recall a morn- merchant who is open-minded I[ Company, who claim that they had Dan Turner, of Jacksonville was a ror' IrvaHurar of the Slntit of of Flnrlila Florid, I and vol. who thi-min. qualltld at anloctlon for, th. ..h.1. I

ome few weeks ago when I and visualizes his opportunity get.. {, the biggest business in all their wl'l'k.endisitor at the homo of Mr. ror the StiiMrlnl Him. of"niti'rlurlda'nt of Public InstructIon I of (h. 1.1.1.1"., .10.1 V tof.vote'In for favor m.mh of.such.

Iyou those letters to mail ? I ting his subconscious mind in work- business career during May of this and Mrs. W. II Edwards.Mr. ; For CommUmloner. of rculturo. of tho : lstI.tIon. ,

were'the i invitations to your I ing order Is not KGTng to experiencedull Mvear I and you know how diflicult it'II II I I tll... of Klorlila. I' \ JOINT RESOUJTio"N Proposing i
: and !Mrs. Fortune of For Two Jtmtleea of the .Supreme I an
Immediately the thought trade. I| is to sell cash registers. In an articleI Moulin the Stale of llorlila Court of In..nI",1, t. -.t.. la. flection It. of

mi. "13y golly those letters I Like the bathing suit manufacturer read the other day I noticed also home Jacksonville, were visitors at the For of Two lorliln llailroad.. Coinntlwluni-ni. or the Stale Relatlnu :to l'I I.:' luuanc of' th,..of Slat Honda, of by Florliln.Special I
I of Mi and Mrs. M.\ t'lId.ett. r
it the: pocket of my raincoat atlilce. a, short time ago who originateda that 400,000 Ford cars were sold For Slat Hunaliir for 15th Senatorial District I Tax Rohool, nutrlrta: and' the Levy of a Ta.
l Crust| .
11 llnWiw
." picture of a beautiful young lady during the months of May and Juno Miss Hazel Futch left Sunday for For.if the State of }'lo.ld... I of Lh. Pilnclnal and Fund Inti-reit for Thereon Iho Payment

Uat incident reminds me of an wearing a bathing suit lie had an i : of this year and only u short time I \Vauchula where she will spend u two... Miimhera of the State of th of* House Florida. of Rapreuniatlv. I I R*o*It Florid Resolved i by the eiil.latur? ,, of I the llat

[.firiend of mine who was in to se& actual photograph done in colors andit ago he started on his second ten mil- few weeks with her sister !Mrs. fur For" County ShurlirFor Jud.. I That I th**i foldtinu, Him...1"0, of Section ,

'be ,other day. lie told me about was so unique and attractive that lion cars. Wey Gunter. Clerk of Circuit Court. I '! ..f. .11.1.' l '12 of 'he Constitution of thSnteof "

tor trip he had taken driving I have noticed thousands of these What is the Standard Oil Company .Fur County Aaanuor of Taxi*. u Iliinnxntntlxee riorlda a. rnllil.at l hi.)Id In Ih I lie. n...,'nral.. of mieoUon lOll

\' Minneapolis' up North for a ads pasted on automobile Wind I doing ? Their advertising appears Rich Muse and son Carlos, of Sanford I For For Tat a>uiity Collator Muperlnlendunt. the aum I. hereby avri-ed ..and shall b b
of Publlo In- I"r ii Iho ,,l ,, ,, ,
shields. "hn.II..1 t iuctr r ? fltate at
mik's. spent few days here last HtruntlunFor lh.
unditil It happened to religiously in about .avery a .. Blectlon of RenreMtilatlvM th

a Saturday. lie visited several One m the most successful small newspaper in the United Suites. week with relatives. Fur County'Iv,. County Sttnrtyor." CommlMlonura livid' In th* year 1024. for. rntlflratlon or
I
'tAs on his trip tailing in at town merchants who has been in 1 They bring home right to,, our very Rev Dontwright of Ocala For ThroiMemliini of the County\ Rimnt of I rvjrtlon, .o That.0. fo said n-ad qtlim follow 17 r .10.1 .hentmndiil I
suppliedthe Public .
Stores, and he remarked to me, business for forty years hus the hap- door the fact that it does not necessarily .,...U.InitnutlonFor .. of the Peaoa I sctln l IT Th. lorUlalunmay' provide
I In and for the
the foltowmtf
at :
''you; know there were about two py faculty of getting a lot of free I take money to do business-- church pulpit morning and Luwtey.evening. Baptist I limtlce' DUtricm,. vl I. I r.for.i. I i r, 'celtunie lax, "hl. dhtrlnt of puhll lo r.I....schools bond t

Stores. in each one of the towns advertising in his local newspapers. using your brains and thinking is Dlntrlot No. 1Dlntrlct I nurh, .IHK.,Inl tux nohool dlilrllt.
No. a
'Ont through\ and they were the Upon his visit to the New York mar- ',what counts. W. E. 1'orodo---wan a visitor to I District No.1. I "thi-rmf lii, >ni-Mr, who n ninjorlly. freeholder of Ib.. <'".lt.1! .. .. ""

'ijf f stores that were busy -thestoreit kets twice yearly he writes letters Starke Tuesday. For Conmalde In and for the folfnwlnu, Jttat-. I I favor of I the ., of inch.hsl but ni>
Ire Districts. vlnIHntrlet ..II :
I TIIEKESSA bonil I .hall In ,..
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to'be I under whlnh ahallaud
didn't
: e1r appear ] to the two newspapers of his town No 1. toiicthrr with ., titlnq Imlolited.naa .

: Theresa Sept returned No. I
I I T. of th* a*.*wid lain. of th.
Jacksonville laxahln
and with
to investigate just as a matilOf about the spent Sunday proplrty -
-
various improvement In IVatlmony .
Whereof I hays .
to her home in Jacksonville hereuntoait ,I of .",.h dl.lrlrt no. nnllnu to the In.t ...
,i-uriosity, so I asked him theces there that have taken place since i I his family.Mr. my hand and alTlnod the hurst Bout of ': .n .m,.nl for Ulnto and County purpoaea prior'
Tuesday after spending several days the State of Florida at Tallahamio. the ."1'1-) I I t to ii",. liaulntr of ."ueh. lionl Any bonds !I..
i of the he visited. I his
towns last visit-he tells about the
tat. thin the twenty-ninth ilny. of Atiirtmt A.I I'I ,
B. Triest. iie.l .
with her .sister! Mrs. T. -and Mis. W. E. Torodu uml luiiindir l lcont pavahl within
t"m wrote to the newspapers in each1oqhe merchandise market: he even goes I i>. 11121. II. n.Av ruAwnRn. i i thirty years' .....hnl dnl* of. Iniuanc, In an-
Hall and liittle -
Mrs. John daughter Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Hill and families ((8..11 Been-lary of rltiito I ,
mini Initalliiumta which nhall ..
I
and not
towns requested that so far as to a brief history of ] I I a.mm.
give Murriel left Saturday -for St. have returned home after spendingthe To W. J. FPPFnSON: Shunt ItrsitrImintv. 1 mom than three year after thn date of l..ue.
.tm;!, send me their papers of the extravagant, as well us the Petersburg. (' StarVe. Fla _ -a\l.IO: \ -IO.31: I i iNOTICR Irarh i : nnnunl Installment. hall n* not 1 iMa
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t clay and Friday two days be- I economic side of New York life. I past three months ut their sum TA- I Ihnn thre ,per rent of th* total amount of
OF APPlICATION I '\
Mr. and !Mrs. C. A. Youngblood mer cottage at Kingsley lake. FOR WtfPJ lh ins,.,.. Whenevi any ninth aielal| tax
the Saturday when my friend Hundreds of families in his territorylook I and daughter Miss Nellie visited IINDFH SECTION Sit OP TUB I ..1001 district voted In fnvor of the .

JFiU 41d at these stores. Upon receipt forward to reading his letters. Fall stimulates and GENERAL BTAT ,, TKS. | ."."*.. of inch b.ne. a 'ipecl.l .tax for the
relatives and friends at Ilrooker Sat- plowing improves Nntle In h*.b. liven that A. F: Wall purchajr ,pnvtninl of It,.. on .aid bond and the
fJthese newspapers, I found that in You must capitalize upon everything urday and Sunday. the soil ; it turns under plant of Tax Cvrtlflrate No. 2MK dntid the I .principal thereof .. Ih* ...n. ihall become.
;t i4*, out of five papers all the store pertaining to your business in order Rrd day or July A. D 101) has flld' .al.I l i dm l roil. payable. shall IM levleil .n the* tan all.i'n'Iwrty .
i, Mr. and Mrs. R. Dees visited relatives growth to rot and biconuvaluable
evrtlfleat In my offle and ha* mail appll- i within th* illntrlet votlnir, for their
4Srertlsing that had been done wasJfji'the to get the public excited about your'store. at Madison Saturday and Sunelai4' cation for tax dnnd to IMU In acoonlnnre 1 JMuMm-e In iccoi'dance with law providing for

chain stores. That solved the plant food. with mw.Rsid I tho lty of tax. and ,nuch tax ahall, not b.
0rtlHcata embrae th* following applied, to any purpoia other than the pa,.
., tfblem. Department stores in the large | Mr.: E. S. Sibley and Mr. KItlor SUHSCKIHE TO pmprty. situated In Bradford County I mont of th* principal and Interwt of laid

e retail merchants in the towns cities today never neglect to have visitors I II > *Florida U>-wlt : Ionde..
to Saturday.
were Hampton TilE TELEGRAPH i
3 In In NW ot ]
I menu a aiiuare rornnr' NW'i
'vs ere my friend visited had failed j their buyers who go to foreign I Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May attended .-.... -- of NKl/, Suction III Tp. C 811 it Fn.t Th. A JOINT HF801UT10M Proposing an .m.n,|. I
t4advertise in the newspapers Inlng countries send thousands of lettersto services New I IT IMUVES: OUT \\OUMS nnlil Innil, bolnir aMflcd at tho ....I. of thnIflHiiano m.nt of Hcettnn fl of ArtlHi 7 of lbs ("..n.
preaching at Hope
the public to their store that of such oertitleato In tho name oft: I tuition of thr Slat of FlorldM. KuUttlnf!
their customers and prospective Sunday. I Tho surest SIKII of worn.. in children I in K;. HradlrynlMm 10 {'cnis and Apportionment. "
Bfltlurduy, and the public not re- Naid pertinent rdrmftorillmr I Ho, It Itssntvsnj| fay tha LritUlfttiir. of tho .
customers telling about the huge I Mr. Livingston Russ and CnsnioAdkinson paleness lack of interest in plnv, fretfulness shall I. ''C $ ing an invitation did not come, I vnrmhln! ... tn law. tav deed will IMII.. thironon of Florid
have made of foreign appi-lit, jiuking at time
; purchases they of Erooker, were visitors the SDth day of 8nplml A. D 1024 I That th. f.ilwlng amndmnt .f Hretlon
,t the chain stores had invited them goods. I have received 1 many letters here nose and sudden Htartin m strop \\lion Witness my offlrlal iliiniitur. anil mil thin I II I of Article* 7 of thi. C.nstliuiltn "f Ih* Stats It
,h a neat effective ad, attractive Friday evening. I these RvniptoniM npin-iir. it ill time to Rive the SJn.l day of August. A. D 11IU4 I Io. l of i [Inrldn. nlntlnir l In Oiutm .nl Apportion.m.nt .
from representatives of Large Minneapolis Mr. L. L. Youngblood and Arthur In*, and the I
Whites ( rcumi'nniftinc, A few, clows w. ALDRIIMAN. I j name In brushy irrvetj toahnl '
I ,
atvlc and chuck full of common stores mailed from Paris, Moore were visitors to Hampton' drives out th' and fl..n! l) Tlnrk rimtllt Court. nnd ) IN mtbmlttt tn th* .lsrtur.l of the
time little
hse. ind. naturally. that is where unruis puta Bradford, County. Florida.. 1 HtaUt of FIoHiln fur ." approval or rvjeotlan Ml .
London and other European points. Saturday. one on the rose I tn lu-altli, ngaii! ,. Wbitn's s.ro.ct-o.2s the nash General Eloatli.n of It.rreuntatlvssto

'y went. They tell what time their goods will': Miss Stella Cloversettle visited ,(I Crrumirtnifiiua( Inw. II r,',',,nl nt tifty -- h* .Id I Iho lliMt. rui-nilnv' after th* flint
io tht- stores that failed to invite I arrive in this country they explain I I yean of successful"" 1'ricuJSc. :bold by NOTICE TO DIDflERR: Monday In Nnvrmlwr. A. D Ilat'' that I I.
friends In Hampton Saturday. to mr. that Section R of 7 uf the
Ir friends were like my birthday about the new unique styles, fabrics I Mr. and Mrs. n.\I.! Heraey and. I I ALL DKUGSrOKES Si'nlr.l bliln., will lie .....Iv"" by th* Hoard of n.til1iittiin, <>f tho Hi,.t* of Florida .hl b*
'ty-the crowd didn't come. I Ronil Trust.. of llrndford ('..unt" Klorlda.' at nm<*ntm and values.I t children visited relative! near Rai- the ..W.! of the R...*...." aim t 1.> I .10> o'nlnokon 8. Th Legislature. that shall| macS
t venture to say in all the failures am a great believer in taking! ford Sunday. I oocoooooooso.ooo coooo lbs llllh ..... of Rpt<11''*' A. n. I 1124. forth Ii. rtuiilnr, satin .\ I n. 128.!> and thane that
retail, merchants the last throe followinff road maohlnrriOn shall I inset tvury ten y< 1 IharMfUr, shall
my newspaper as partner in my l Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Manlre of .. : .
1 1120 II |I' Tractor.fni n'-turtdn I the Itit'it I 'Miinllnn In thi S.n t*.
,ars not twenty per cent of these business. Every; newspaper has Hampton, visited her mother Mrs. Three Way Road n..... nnd ltnlt pr'.vt.l| |,. for 11,1, ty.dpht (fliNt) Mans.
Ue im-n."hunts advertised roi! Iily iin i- On* I Ton Truck with ,du"p..I". I i''-uil D.iitrliiri.eh, IH.trluU to u nearly
Mth hundreds of ideas that are workable riovoi'settle, a few days the. past Gained I Illdilrm ar' rituir. to furnish opsulilsattons iitunl l In i,iitulHtlmt| l UN .,.... ...b. liut, nocfitiniy
newspapers, wlv: cus, and profitable that they are only too week. i I and nil Information on r..h'm..nt. aid prlc** I| uliull, t In., .tlI.I.l I. nmMnur, nurh ap-
had their investment in anI.., h* F. o n. Stark. Florida I find mrh Dtntrlet ..
newsailvyrtisinif h.
..y merchants one
; glad to pass on to retail Mr. and Mrs. Vance RUSH and two ] I ..... p.I..m.nl. .h.1
would have Ten Pounds Tin Hi'ard n rvm the rlvht to mint any ..'" .I nt the ..m. tlm tvelat, )
*per --a newspaper Is a clearing house of little sons of Drooker visited Mr. II "r .11' titu I I tun' M'lnll I I iil I.... .i.)M.rlion I Its RitrPiiunt. '.
b ustht 1If1kient trade to -e 'entgreict to retail n 9. WATTHBWa In th* Il.iiimnf, ItviirdiivntatlvM, soil ftl-
liens pertaining
especially .h.1
.. of then lo-is'j. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood Sunday Mrs George S. Hunter of hnlrman low (lirim' (111't) IU pr iniount ,
business and I wonder some time, if evening. R.\ir.st-ii I u tIin'ret.ry i tie,- mint 'iMMHilnim, r he' 11.1. '*'tlni: I II | rnlumlnn, da., say she suf- r A, KIITCII.:
total newspaper ? close to 2 'rim'ninths* ( t-neh of th. rittut ltfhtn
we try to get as our news Mr. Sam Swindell was a visitor to fared i I .
"ii inH: nniicitits ia I "iercly with female I IMtnlfd more (Miputoti. .0unU. And on*
(! dailv newspapers paper as we ought to as they would Pal Saturday. I trouble NOTICE TO ('ONTIUCTOII" I I tlvtt In ,' ih .. U. r<*mnfttlnf, RDon.

of 1U23\ the United 1,333,931.071 States: In like to be with us. If you are Inter-,'I B. C. Owsley wall. a visitor to I I 1.1 "I had to go to bed and l h.il li. will h. ri**lvit<] by th. Hoard of I hotil'l th. Stoic thi nt. f I.th*',irrwlniuni. tlmi. of*fat such'i ..pp..tlonm.nl,." .

.
t.lI. year was ested they will stay sometimes two w.-eks at Flood. Triuitm of Rradford County Florida, .
in your newspaper Starke : : : lul..nl.lh.it In Hit M,'natH ......1 In the Kaiui
lIt'ate' lines-a gain of 92,651,090 be interested. in you and if you fol-i Saturday. I a time," says :Mrs Hunter."I nt th< ( unni r lt,t,h'N* Jusar on p.1 ''.1'.1., ill, tiny ri'tnilnr, session' nfl
,.
I Mr. Chas. visitor to could work. '0" .I".Unlr.,1 Iliad until Three o'cloak l 110. 1..1.1.' .. ally of th. time* *-
lpa. over th- previous year. low up your advertising with attractive -I Philips was" a not My. m. Svplvmbir Idth tl>24. and at that lirntttl It'ubsll. thu duty of the h..I.l, irlnli.

|VVe .ire nut handicapped today iniflfoldiiH window displays combiningthat Hampton Saturday. wen irregular and I got very ,rmhltrly nn. nril. for oonMtrurtlnff an un.I I 'ur, "r I.I..'. :,I' ueorMlna: such regular*
thin. I went from 126 I trpatid, plli and timber brlilue, appronlmatolyttri
..
pounds I Mudm of vltbvr In pnclnl
the orrcirulnr
business as
our same with training clerks and huiiilr. fi..'t lonw adjacent to the 'anntl.rl.lir. th .
your pi
CEMETERY WOKMNO: ATUEULA1I I down to less than 100. My I 1 n<..1.0. to .tini" .pIt.. rh<* Ro..nl.'
,. .
direct mail advertising tlori lit the Rvniit and In
keeping your by mother had been of >
up .
: a user I :
,.
1 '* fi ur "p I li hi'nla' with spores pllln eon fntntlvtm h rile "I.J Ph prmviilnirrairiilnr
d wt v
to depend chiefly
person-
upon such as sending out a let tiifrilnu, in nil I 112 pltlntr. approximately, 244Hlln I Kulornt n-uulur, whl.bi
cvniiiu.
,
XploitatKin of the individual, for ter or post card monthly you will There: will be a cemetery working I!, .... fl. and approximately, 15 thouiiand. of .vrr hntl hnvi.o I IH.'n .1'.1.. ., .....t ,uny *p*

a" 'emulation m those days was' find that your newspaper ads have at neuloh church, on t .t'd. w'tlmbfrTh .trk InoluiltH, furnIshing all n"*_u.1 portlonmfnt l in t-V. H'tuxi of .n..nl.llv.of U4.,>n

c'; >small greater pulling power than if you depended after the second Sunday CARGUIThe labor mat<-rlahl.. too In. and riiilpmnt, I In initk, '",. iiriy> ...h I tn, I"rl.nm.nt., In the
has t dolnir all th w"rk nriHWuary to eonntrunt. and .. .
of all the \verlneSd3Y-I' nt the turvapportloniho
Tjtwt newspaper wi'l'often '!! on it alone to selKyour mer- I| 17th all who are l.,.it in romplet. orilr' rwady fur UK*. th. u.n.l.smplstrl f-.riit.*r."I.I.t.nii4tn,, n .I in, .10.1 ifilnliitiir .. r
__ lation. A single .
i | newspaper i Improvement. .
chandise. I, Bring impliments to work iiulriil by thin nni >ndnnnt th Oov rnnr shall
\ ( cover from 60 to 80 per cent if | Take for instance the manufacturer dinner. All worli I to he don. in aneordanr with th* (wittit," thirty lava nft*.r tin aiirnment,\ of

thfllhomcs' in its territory. Advertis- wholesaler, or Jobber, who backsup I Woman's Tonic pelal lilnni sn'I provision I InNtrtictlona; an.' -atlona vnral.nf'i::: : irt till:Hi, fifulitr r In: I *< our>, ,rail M\*\> .'' tn Irfralnlatu.1 onntlthf

}nffjpace in that paper will give a his salesmen with newspaper ad- SUUSCIUHE TO I tinil I i-rintrnrt' i.f Hradford. County. '1..I.n. nf n''PI.'rUonm.n and, uh 8
Eaoh bid must I b aocompanliil by a e..t! .
milnn
of th In
)izuqk' greater return per dollar spent vertising and direct mail advertising. I THE TELEGRAPH and she knew what a good flt-,l chock. or a blddr" bond madn payable' hy n>Mn*>lntorily rrqulrvd* tn II./.lul rrpporttnn/ *the
--thumviitt other form of adver- I 'to F: fl "Mntth.wa. Chairman. Hoar of IlondTnili .
: any cent of the sales medicine it for this trouble rm4nttlan as by th* amuntnan|
75 was;
'. Practically per >*ii of Bradford. C..,,,.,. ? ... ila. for lvpy I l.tffurv If ', .Iul. suet lUttrMirdl
ttsiHat on which postage is spent. : man's work is already (done when LAWTEY so she told me to get runt of the amount bill a. ..II Ipnae ofvood nary session* pMrCntlH: for respportmonmsn, *

Second people are accustomed to l he to call a prospective some and take It. I sent to faith and M a .vaarant*. that If .", 'tmlt not .h* llmltttd iplr* at th* and of
aitfr'sr the It is not I I.J. goes upon Lawtey, Sept z-Elder IT. tho store after it and beforeI the contract the bidder' will\ *.*eute the "oont twnnly .1.,. r,r at t. .until r*>appnrtlonm.ntIn
.4 newspaper. customer through the advertisingthat >ait and vlv. bond .. riiulrdTh "I and shall btulnvaa otherlhrfl
Skipper Mr. and Mrs. L. J, had taken the first bottleup .1\.1..1. .nhl.r no
1dlm4a1t to get their attention, as in him the rlirht. .la rr..md to rjct. any or iurh -ipportlonmrnt).
has already preceded
and L. J. Jr. I began to improve. My ...
of bl.
\ the Jacksonville ..
circular ,
'tbT of the letter
***e prospective customer already having I guests Wednesday of Mr. and V'j C side hurt less and I began to I'lam and pralflratlona. may be men. at the A JOINT RFIOMITION I'ropoelnir anAmindment
boc-klet and other furms. of direct by good idea of the merchandise mend in health. I took four office of the ('''..nl'' kniclnr.' and unplug maybe to Suction I of Artlele 9. of the
a very \ ... .
E. E. Burney. obtained from the _.. .. of the boardat Constitution of the State of Flolta.'
'il'Jail'advertisin' bottles in all during the last I.
through the advertising. | $2.Ope, ""PF. l..l"inc to rnxatl.. and
"Tbh'd, and best of all, it is :Mme'v.ivTJwJadvertiser '! 1 The crying need today is more ad.vertisirig. | Mrs. Catherine Teare was a ten months. Canlui acted as JJ S. MAT111W5.Chairman. He It Resolved by the l_,Iln.n.nf the State
fine tonic. I well\ f
KlorldaThat '
a am now. *
ia able 'o appeal to No better illustration canI ness visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. C. A. rUTCIISwretary. the foltowlnif amnndment of RctfonI
I have gained ten pounds and
ihibajftudience by frequent r.dvertUc- cite of the effectiveness of advertising R.U.lt-0.12 I of Article U. of the Confltltuttnn of the Stale
luwnt.1. than the case of Maker Bros., and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and A. am still gaining My sides NfJTj'iOP.1.t.CT.nN nt florida, ralatlnv? tn taxation and nnance..
do not trouble me at all and I. hereby avreeil, I. .be aiibmlttad to the
j*So-1 we are lei to believe that even | retail furniture dealers in Los Angeles M. Blanchard were visitors to my are quite regular. I WHFRKAH 'Th.. 1."I.I.u.l "f I1H1 onila- elveton of the t...0,1.10.1 I..lnn or rejection

ftiti tnms about us in the columns !< A few years ago they sold Starke Tuesday. know that Cardul will help the Conatltutlon nf 11H5 of the fltate of FlorIda -. at th. next general .1"Uun npr.enta
Av. Joint Rvaolutlon h-nld the \tEll that la to
did t'aM propoelni 'in year :
of' papers is good advertising I $700.000 worth of furniture in their I Mr. and others suffering from the amiVidmnta. 'to the.. Constitution of the : Hecllon: 1. Article ,. nf the Conatl.
Mrs. v'.1
n4io! with the retail merchant, the store and through expanding their Bryant Reddish, of same trouble. fHat of Florida. and th. nam w... avrenl lbs M..... of Florida h.m.n.lej t
Jacksonville visited relatives here Take CarduLi to by' a vot* of three-Aftha of all the membemelected .,., follow. :
mhntte he starts figuring on selling I advertising Investment Baker Bros., I I the first of the week. i E-101 to >ah houae that the voua on laid Heel ton I The Leejalarnr' shall provide for
merchandise he has got to startS last sold 16 million dollars |L lolnt Resolutions wV* entered upon their. re- a unon and equal rat.' of taxation except
Isgehito year i Mr. and Mrs. Hearst McClellan,, !?;rOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSJ. .peitlve Journal with the ,... and nayalhron lht may provide for epeelal rate or value
figuring on the adve--l; ling that worth of furniture.I and son. of Daytona Mrs. M. E. and they did determine, and direst Intanalble. property but, such special rate
do It.AivertIsing should think we would all take that the nald Joint RMolntlon be iubmltted or' rules' shall not xeed flvc anllla' on th* .....I. .1
Todd. of Fort Myers Mrs. Tyler and to the eletom. ..f the Sta,. at the General Inr of th. aM.ed valuation of curb In I.".;.
certainly has many inventory of ourselves when confronted Mrs. Sullivan and son of Green Cove U FUAZEE Fltlon' In November Ible property, which ipeelal rate or or
We0 It can scream talk, or whis- with actual instance like the | NOW ; : p.19Ui.: CLAY: CRAW. th. tanea eullected therefrom may :apportlnneil -
Springs were guests of Mr. and ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT 051). Wr"tarr of State of the' fltate of by the 1.1.1.1... end,. shall ex-
I MlVtit; can attract the eye or befud- above and not what Henry Ford has Mrs. L. H. Hill at their Kingsley Florida, do hby .lve notl. that a.r.KNEBAL clinlve .f all .. ... county. "It.lr' and

I U. tt. It can be an interesting story. done the pant year through adver- LAWPOSTOFFICE ELFCTIUN municipal taxea and shall .. .. .10 rfralatlon. _
lake cottage last Sunday.C. will .I'. held In ...b "tountr In. Florida on .. shall serum a Juat violation of all
orfubinteresting piffle. There are tising. Up to this year Henry Ford i BUILDING Tueiilay next aeeeedln> the flnt "Monday In property both real and personal, .ssaptingsoak

I :'totlf* many kinds of advertising as has done very little advertising but I| Y. Mayo of Pollard Ala., arrived STARKE. FLA. '' "" .m""'*,. A. P IOU. the aid Tuxday be- property, aa mar .be exempted by law lormunl".I.
,
I tlicr i are things to advertise. There beingfar-sighted he sold himsell ( here the first of the week andis 'In. the-OURTII DAY OF NOVEMBER litflouii or.charitable"uo.U.n.pu.literary_. ictentinc r.

.' lltb sincere kind that breathes the idea that in 192 >. and perhaps, a guest at the home of Mr. and NOTICE for the. ratification or rejection of the said The votea ..t In compliance with said pro-
which Notl. la .harabr .iv.n that the fallowing Joint iolutlona propoeln* amendments. to the am.nd.n. and the canvane, ...
and truthfulness and he had in mind not only 1924 but Mrs. J. H. Moore. p
I noamty daaarlbeil' landa will b. aold at puhll. auo- Conatltutlon of the State nf PUirlda. via : and return thereof .hall .be aubjeteil)
etvrries the reader right through to every year afterwards he was going I Ion ,to. Hkdr MONDAY In OCTOHk.K.I A JOINT RESOLUTION Propoolnaan to the lame reiculatlona and reatrlctloa.' .
: fwnd and then again-there is to invest a substantial amount of his'I' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children 24. It b.lnj, ,...
th_ of baron the Courthouaa. Door at Stark. InBrailfOTd nf the R..... of lorida. Relatlye to Taxation the Slai of .I,
:lh. kind of advertising that says gross receipts for advertising and Starke were guests Thursday of kountr. 14.... ol Florkfat. at aa and Finance' IN TJITUfONY WHER.:OF. I have ha* *
to attract his for 1924 Mrs. M. E. Edwards. j I mueh ihmrmot .....11I b* caarr U> pay the Hr It Revolved by the clalalure of the' Buteof onto .t r hand and .Uxn the Cruet Seal
I just trying appropriation was seven
:Beeare, am amount do. for tajoa N' opposite the. .anM. I Florida : of the. Slale of __. the
i fa;* tion; I don't mean what I say million dollars. Within the past six I Rev E. D. Boyer-of ..........1'' with the amt of auch .I. and . intend to make good on months I have visited the Ford factories -' Baldwin wasa y.rtUma C. A, YUTCH Tax Collector. IX of the' Constitution of the State of Florida D.. 1 4.
&11011 I.don't visitor to Lawtey Tuesday and 1 Lot S of Blk I. Livingston Trubr eo' relative to Te.atlon and FI......*. to bennmbend II. CLAY CRAWrxlRO.SEAL .
I ttafWravagant claims I am talking half a dozen times through Wednesday. a.W OM. 2 Twp I. lUna-a tj____II. O. i, Netlon Fleven f III of aald Article ( ) Seeretary fo dtat*.

I Mason _' ___.......-_____...____..._13 111 f IX. b.* and t''". .... la hereby a.reed to and B-t-Ut-lO-ll


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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUB FLORIDA FRJDA.T. SEPTEMBER 1z, J92L

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Bradford County Telegraph Let's Go r[farm superintendent will designate Fresh lot garden seeds just in. J. State of Florida va Will Hart de- :pold. Jr, and Richard Loeb, --:,

'- -- I I'' the day of the week in each case for F. Kickliter. I fendant charged: with criminal tres future to be spent in drab cells

j the execution Richard McLendon, pass. Jury failed to agree, m .trial at,

Published weekly and entered u TO ALL MEN WOMEN AND ;'negro, Palm Beach county, convictedof MORRIS PLACE SOLD declared and case reset the Illinois state penitentiary, pat.

CHILDREN OF THE COUNTIES murder, will be the second i 'ed their last day in the Cook .
the personto
aerad class matter, at pout State of Florida vs J. L. Grifi!
I OF ALACHUA BAKER. BRAD. undergo the death penalty by the T. C. Morris has sold his home in I (''ty here in mood ,,
fflce! at Starke, Florida. defendant charged with using profane jail a aking to ? \ ..
j I FORD, CLAY AND UNION: j chair. The date for his executionwas the eastern part of town to J. U.
'*'
} = ==-=-- -'= =' -='" language and disorderly: conduct t Awaiting final preparation of
Manning, of Tampa, the deal being I pa-
a. L IIATTaaw'R.w..Ou..r.J. September 12th. 1324 has been set by Governor Hardee for the Plead guilty. Sentenced to pay open which formally would esta.ua: '
closed this week. Mr. :
Co aOBI"'BOJII.lbaacta'' ...-. 1 designated by the President of the I i week beginning September 29. Morris' work I I a fine of $10 and eosU or three i iI j|!them as lifers--and under a \\W s.
in
Tampa necessitated removal to ,
f Test United States at National Defense '!OILING ROCK ON HIGHWAY I I that city with his family. I I months in jail 'I j|ion which holds no hope for par! ;
Day.
I. I PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY i, I STARTED MONDAY In Probate Court i r or parole-the two youths were .,_:;.
-. | You are urged to show your pa. I ROCK BASE BEING CARRIED In Re Estate Joe Durscherl, the I'to joke and laugh."I .

SUBSCRIPTION RATE [i triotism the demonstration on that day at by Starke.taking partin I Crews in the employ of the state STEADILY FORWARD I administratrix, Otella Ciskowskl! don't see how we can ser. OJ.,

I road department are now engaged discharged Sept. 9th. j :years and life at the same tTZ: ;-j

H, Per Year __ $1.50I and Come stay early late., bring your dinner, in oiling rock on the state highway Work on the-ct; : ; highway run- j Ir. Re Estate Jas. T. Wills, deceased Leopold remarked to his guard.

j Month., -. 75c YouTl enjoy itLETS 'through this county. The stretch 011 j|' rung north of Lawtey is making a the widow Eliza E. Wills, electedto
i I good showing this week, the first The September lull is in a ,
road from : ,01 i
., GOof Hampton to the river has I takes child's part of said sUte.,
.
'''"' \ --- - I been oiled and opened to traffic Thurs- week' any appreciable amount of Sept. 2ndSMALL time for the citrus grower to K. Jt

I' v the necessary work, and that with f.day. At present the greater part of work has been done since, the finishing I the sprayer and have it in shsr- forearly

,.. r( man doing his as well as it can be "[the road between Starke and Hampton touches were put on the highway I BLAZE THURSDAY AFT fall spraying for whitefly.!!

.. dune, "there U money in tobacco," U closed: while the oiling is being through Starke. Up to WedDesdaY// ERNOONStarke's
f".ir the grower. Thus, Florida is add- done. the supply of rock You
) nu, an immensely valuable to new electric fire siren
sop I was insufficient to keep the crews I
Travelers
6 .h o.e already esUblished. are advised to go direct I gave its first alarm Thursday afternoon -

other counties than!: Madison and ,ly east from Hampton until they 1 busy. at 2 o'clock, calling out the fire j If you are a male citizen of .-0.

f ',.,'J-den are looking ahead to to- reach the graded Starke-Theressal'I' Mr. Gray has begun the use of I company to extinguish: a blaze on I United States between the age* jt

i 'wo culture. If they undertake the road and use that road when coming two very efficient pieces of machinery I the roof of N. T. Ritch's residence eighteen! and forty-five years; p:-.;r';.

I a .-k, go at it with the same decree .to Starke during the next week. i designed by' him and built by i I North- Cherry street caJly fit, and of good moral chara,.

f intelligence and industry mani- I I M Merrill-Stevens Co., of Jacksonville. iter:
i
The blaze caused from defective
Wo. ,
4M4 a
I
Dr. J. H. COLORS
f> -u-d in Madison and Gadsden, fol- I Carradine, of Lawtey, Both machines do away with consid SHOW YOUR
kitchen flue had the
( burned
Mei.menhp: National through
ID HighwayPKUSI'EKn
:.jiniejrood examples, they too, was in Starke Wednesday. erable hand labor the i for the one day and ra-
most
may -
'- I expensive roof before it noticed
was by a I Trade
Association; )j ie<-ome famous and for I passerby | with Company G., I24th Infantry .
prosperous item in large project be-
II any who turned in the alarm. The
Defense Test Da -
Harold Wall on National .
their tobacco industry, meanwhile I motored to Gainesville >
sides doing the work in
required .
'i TOMES WITH ', fire was extinguished, with the damage I September 12th, 1924, at SUrke
keeping firm hold on staple and diversified Wednesday afternoon. '
much shorter time. These machines
TOBACCO I the roof and address
confined to ceiling Send your name, age a-d
the crop and, not the forgetting hen/ that have the | Miss Jeanette Matthews j travel on steel tracks set the width by water. occupation now, and report Fn !h':.
\ cow will
While t'--;; ohog;, peid
it is that much the base be
cf t rock: is to laid, the tracks September 12th, 1924, before el.\e-

something bacco "goes that up in smoke," there is I1' | helped Florida to farmers pull so out many of Georgia the slough and ,Smoak.the week-end in Tampa with Mm. i:('taking-' the place of the wooden form CHURCH OF CHRIST o'clock a. m., to J. L. Peek Capt.124th .
precedes the
smoke boards formerly used. Infantry at the armory at
stage that ; ': of depressionTimesUnion.o Bible study and communion next
r is more substantial, very I j The grader has two blades, set to SUrke
much more valuable: it is the money -- Max Wimberly of Highland, was j Lord's day at 10 a. m. Every member ,
shave the
J the grade to depth,
/ the growers of tobacco receive for SUrke has a new electric siren i here Wednesday attending to busi proper should attend. The communion is

.e their crops. For several weeks past 'which will be used to wake up the ,ness. I'I i I throwing the surplus dirt to both J both prospective and retrospective

immense amounts of money, not[:!citizens In case of fire, according to i sides of the road next to the tracks. and in partaking every member i t ;

promises have been received! by tobacco :I l I the Starke Telegraph. tie;) old .ysi i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards moved I flirt I Men with shovels then throw this ,should look back to Calvary and remember ppemfG4
to the shoulders of the roaij
rowers in northern Florida i tern of every one firing a pistol to' Wednesday to their cottage on j, Jesus as he suffered and .
end southern I' Formerly: a large force of men with j
I Georgia counties, farm>, rouse citizens is a back number in Cherry Street j have tender pitying hearts, every willing -

owners who are mighty glad to get': ': progressive SUrke.-Times-Union. I shovels dug out the grade to the 1 to suffer for others. But like- UiwAeJahnI
this actual cash, money that I { depth wanted.,
y' them the road puts'1 0 Mrs. J. L. Peek has as a guest' ,wise we should look forward and upward ,,
on to prosperity. The second machine is called the
I That Montana I II
minister who took her mother, Mrs. Otwell of West ; that we may have the active
The Times-Union
in iU magazine> I spreader and is equipped with a My little sties has learnt t
monkey into the pulpit to demonstrate Palm life which
la
Beach. aggressive and progressive
section: of last Sunday publiahed a large hopper in which rock: from the i I sing-st least she reckons s<

i full page, illustrated, review of the| the fallacy of evolution was trucks is dumped. As the machine i every disciple of Christ should ex- She thinks she' ketchi.;:

o tobacco growing Induatry in two| I confused when the little simian lifted Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake Butler, moves forward the rock feeds emplify.It the proper awing In that.-air

f very Important Florida centers, Mad- up its voice and chattered so is vuiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I is in this way that the communion treramolo __she's fortune I
bottom of the spent a
through the hopper, ,
icon and Quincy, and of' others in 'loudly that the words of the preacher W. H. Green I memorial contributes steadiness, '
and to the on the thing but .
spreading evenly
r Georgia, in the latter state, Black- were almost drowned. Impartial proper spirituality and power. And it is 0
I I thickness. This eliminates the dump. really, I dunnot !
; shear being featured. Tile information observers declared that there was Mr. and Sirs. Carl A. Knight and thus that through the gloom and
contained in this \ ing of the rock in a pile from the Most every night when I tun
series of not million
articles a years difference be- Mrs. James Shepard spent Tuesday sorrows of life we are able to see |
trucks be of in I listen at: her squall -the < \
to by ,
spread a ,
was furnished by reliable authorities ; tween the two aermons.-Plant City !In Gainesville.Miss I gang the radiant glorified and reigning
In the respective! districts. | Courier. 'I workmen with forks. wiggle, wabble, trill an' screec''
Christ Savior. I
It was confirmed by' the writer who I I Mr. Gray states that he will finish our -I suffer through 'em all,-bu'
| Beatrice BuUen left Unfaithful to this ordinance we
Monday I
last Friday made a personal visit to "A town is Judged by the number the rock to the county line within I'd sooner face a firin' sqaad-
i for Norman Park, Ga., where she lose our vision of Him. Go read Acts
Madison and there saw the substantial of merchants who advertise in the I will enter school. I thirty days. my back against the wall I IIt's
I 20:7 and Sunday.
come
) evidences of
prosperity that accompanies local Times-Union. terrible-how fur they'viled
newspaper. -
j MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION
t same evidence tobacco-growling, the What a'poor opinion strangers must Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight spent t I SPLENDID SHOWING the human voice astray-ar'

in Quincy and having Blackshear seen previously in- |form of a number of towns we can'' last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. Whereas, the President of the | MADE BY VALDOSTAIN twisted an' distorted, In their diabolic !
,
Pasco county, in Florida, where as mention when they see a copy of the I W. Hayes at Kingsley lake. United States has approved a ,flan TOBACCO MARKET way My idea i i-,
for a National Defense Demonstration they've murdered it--an' dor
local
shade tobacco paper. On the other hand, take
has been
,
grown successfully to be held in connectionwith the Valdosta, Ga., Sept. 6-A total of
I the job fer !
such places Bartow Lakeland I New pay i
for year |I as ) sweet potatoes, chickens and
National Defense Test that is the .2,210,244 pounds of tobacco were
It Is well worth while to quote Haines City, Winter Haven. Grove- eggs!: wanted. J. F. Kickliter. I' But- we might as well b<' >:]
,conducted the United sold the Valdosta market during
throughout on
briefly from the articles publishedby land, Lake Wales, Avon Park, Sara- hopeful, as to try to raise 11
States on September 12, 1924, and the season which has just! closed.
the Times-Union in order to call JsoUl, Bradentown, and dozens of I Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. I fuss; I wouldn't want my sis-
Whereas, the Governor of the 'For this amount of tobacco a total
particular attention to the change |i other places could mention that Jr. I tern-law to !listen at me cus
we Andrews '
were of relatives I
i guests State of Florida, Hon. Cary A. Har- 'of j cash. Thisis
in
( : 4428,554.21 was paid
that has come the cities and And ,
finlshe.l"trafnm" ;
over | are growing by leaps and bounds-- ( in Lawtey Wednesday. dee, has issued a proclamation cal- I! of $19.39 hundred Teeny's
farming communities in which the the merchants in these I' an average per so, her voice can't get '
places are t "-" """ " ling; upon the people of Florida and
tobacco crop of this year is so very j I alive-good advertisers and the :Miss Aileen Alvrez and her houseguest especially upon the various municiipaliti 'pound! much wuss: I

prominent. Mr. W. G. Algee, secre1 1 stranger who sees the local paper !Miss Mary Curtis Williams, I ** and upon all civic and patri- | Buyers and tobacco men declare ,
tary of the Madison County Chamber,! fora
of Commerce, gives facts and figures ('knows that he can't make a mistake of Key West spent Tuesday in'' ..tic citizens generally to cooperate that this is an excellent showing

in locating in that kind of a town.- Gainesville. in every practicable way in making i first season market, where more
to prove what is being done in the ( the National Defense Test Day a than seventy-five per cent of the -
Dunnellon Truth. ; ,
matter of successful tobacco j / '
grow- Therefore I. C. L. Peek tobacco first At ar
production.
success, was
L ing in that county where shade. tobacco I Mr. and Mrs. J. L Peek and chil- year I ,io I
t tI
L .TERRELL SLAYER TO DIE IN ;.Mayor of the City of Starke, Florida, | an informal conference- here today i
has been successfully dren, who have been spending the I
grown j
(I'I CHAIR DURING OCTOBER do call upon the various organiza- 1 these tobacco men expressed the
for at least of I
a quarter a century. I summer at their Kingsley lake cot- I
I done in and citizens -
i our city upon our that the Valdosta market
Now, what is known as bright tobacco '' Frank Johnston Sentenced in Jax Is tage, returned to their home Monday.Mrs. generally to do all in their pow- opinion
had been a success and could be considered --
or cigarette tobacco it
as
Ordered Executed During Weekof .vr to make t"day- a success.C. j
generally is has been as permanently esUblished. PLEADS FOR PREPAREDNESSOF
designate, October 6. 1. C. Robinson Mrs. J. M. L. PEEK, Mayer.
added, and is in high favor becauseof Mitchell and daughter, Lucite, Frank C. A. FUTCH Clerk. The unofficial idea was expressed CIVILIANS 1

the results.. Jackson villeSept. 10-Frank Johnston Mjtchell and Miss Alice Tharin motored that the big companies would hard r-;; J
Mr. R. L. Sweger of Quincy tells REGISTER FOR GENERAL.. (Continued Page One)
,
negro, convicted last spring of ( to Gainesville Wednesday afternoon ly favor establishing more new markets -

of Gadsden county farmers going: to the murder of Alley B. Terrell, will -. ELECTION I in Georgia for another year and had served under Pershing in France i

Blackshear, in Georgia, for the purpose I be the first from Duval I be toward 1
of Investigating the tobacco person cou.ity !I Have you ever registered for a that the tendency would were among the 1,500 guests.

i,j growing Industry. He : to suffer death in the electric, A good variety snap bean, rakes, general election! If not, you most decreasing rather than adding more.CHICAGO Major General Robert Lee Bullard,
says
There they saw hundreds of farmers chair, which has supplanted the squash and cabbage. Seed on hand I do so before Saturday, October llth, BOY MURDERERS the ranking officer present, said farewell

who five years ago were "flat on noose as a means of capital punih.ment \ .-- j,now. 3. F. KTeiRter.; if you vote in the general election in SENTENCES to General Pershing, whose retirement -
DRAW LIFE
their backs" from a financial standpoint in Florida by ala.. passed 1I..I November. Registering for thepri- takes place Friday, Sep-

due to the activity of Mr. Bull the last session of th* legislature. I'i Philip DeMontmoirin! who has mary election does not qualify one Cannot Be Pardoned" or Paroled Until tember 12 He paid a tribute to his

Weevil. Their homes were mortgaged Terrell, a locomotive engineer, ma .I'been visiting. his aunt, Mrs. Catherine to vote in the general election. 37 Years of Sentence Served chiefs bravery and kindness. Whenhe

they owed large store accounts I killed by a robber early on the morning Davis, at: her Kingsley lake Registration books are now open in had finished speaking' there was a

and other obligations that It was of December 29, when he aw ceI I'cottage, returned to his home in Pa- alt precinctl.I Chicago, Sept. 10 Youth alone moment of quiet preceding' the applause -

impossible for them to meet. In their as a negro was leaving; his room latka Wednesday.The NOTICE saved Leopold Jr. 19, and Richard!

desperation they began the culture : after having robbed him. He set .l I i iI I I Loeb 18, from death on the gallowsfor Another speaker was James W.
I
\ of bright leaf tobacco and today There will be a working at Elzy tae and murder last
his gun and fired. The fleeing thief Bradford County high school kidnapping: Gerard!, former ambassador to Germany
these same farmers have paid off all I has Chapel cemetery Friday before 3rd! of 14 old Robert Franks.
fired three shots in retn-n. Terrell I I I now an enrollment of three I May year who sketched General Persh-

of their indebtedness, have money died from the wounds. I(I hundred and eighty-eight pupils.I Sunday in September. All who are Instead Judge John R. Caverly, ing', career, and asserted that historians -
in the bank and all home interested come and help io the
j necessary A search conducted the This is one hundred and sixteen more retiring chief justice of thecriminal
comforts, due to the planting of by police I I work September will accord the army's retiring -
cigarette tobacco. lasted until February 1, when Johnson ,,, than there was at this time last 19th.A.. P. HALE. court of Cook county sentenced the I' leader a prominent place in

Mr. J. L. Grady tells of the discouragements and his companion, Eugene I year. two youngintellectuals to Life im-i! the record of this decade's events

and financial disasters Mills, 23, negro, were arrested. Mills I I IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT prisonment on the murder charge I j I Mr. Gerard closed his speech witha

wrought by the boll weevil, that confessed to having been a witnessto I Chief Silas Kite, who was reelected SUite of Florida vs J. O. Hodges, and to terms of ninety-nine years' plea for prepardnesa, saying, "let

: fell on southern Georgia farmers, in I the robbery and being a friend of in Tuesday's city election! by a defendant with imprisonment for the kidnapping. :i' us see to it that no minority of
Black- handsome majority wishes to thank charged passing Under the latter, it was stated, they''
Pierce county, surrounding Johnston. He Identified Johnston as worthless 'white-livered pacifists strike the
shear, and how, six years ago, they the thief and slayer. Johnston confessed ''' the voters of the town for their confidence checks, plead guilty. Check fined cannot be released on parole intit arms from our hands until all the

started planting tobacco. He says: to the murder! February 6 according in him as expressed by their having been paid, defendant they have served more than thirty- world shall have consented to dis-
s I $1 and cost three months in jail.
"The magic of tobacco culture has I to the police, He gave his I vote. or seven years in the Joliet pentte:ti- arm."
wonderful changes in the State of Florida vs T. M. Boats, I
wrought The life terms alone would have
age as 1'J! when arrested and his address I ,ary.
territory. Where six years ago there at 720: West Ashley street. He I| The Green Cove Furniture store defendant charged with passing'' permitted such release after about
I were mortgaged farms and discouraged worthless check. Trial set for Sept.
was also known by the alias of very generously donated furniture twenty years.
citizens there are now improved 20th :3:00 .
I p. m.Let's
Luther Domll, police I| for use on the stage at the theatre
e homes and men with bank ac- say. Chicago, Sept. 10-Nathan Leo-
counU. Real estate is advancing in Death warrants issued yesterdayby Tuesday evening, in connection with CVERCKIDNEV' :

; price and business of all kinds is Governor H,rdea included the the style show staged by Miss Mar- Go Colds Cans drip and Influenza

!' jrosperous." one for Johnson and set the date for guerite Shriver. LAXATIVE BJtOMO QUIM.VC' : Tablet _

Right here it is in order to repeat his execution fur the week beginning\ ; { Miss Jeanette Durden who, has VETERANS OF ALL UNITED w net Tb.r. to only on* "Bncno Quintal Kore
I *
t the caution given by Mr. Algce, who October 6. Two other warrants were spent several weeks here with her STATES WARS Eo w. GROVE'S sUnann on bo. toe < KselsMrtj KampUs'nUGET

says: "Those who do not intend to issued at the same time. Fortune sister Mrs. O. of'I
their and obey L. Beasley, will return The officers and enlisted men
work faithfully,
crop
the Instructions of their demonstrators Ferguson/ negro, Alachua county to her home in Tampa this eve- Company G., 124th Infantry most

had better let it alone, as tobacco convicted of criminal assult, will V ning. Miss Durden is very popular cordially invite you to eat "Slum," | YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

has to be cured properly, and the first person executed in Floridaby here and her friends regret to give beans and "Corned Willie" with themat

the electric! chair. The warrant her noon on National- Defense Test
i
make
clime order to up.FOR
at the right! in I &, RITCH
a fine grade and thus receive a good set the date for his execution at Day, September 12th 1924, and to
I 1'-\LE-A' five volume of with in the afternoon. I! REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
price for what has been made." Raiford prison farm for the wwk copy I parade them

.' There is !good advicv. Those who beginning September 22. The orison the history, of the World War 2'-1 Please send your name and address | INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE.

have found profit in tobacco-grow. i' :200( pages texto Publisher' now, and report to Captain W. 1.1 I ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

ing. planted and cultivated their I FOR OVER 40 YEARS 1 *:2; t wit) 1eU ..t for J)3): D W.I I Wall, at the Court House in SUrke. | BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

fields intelligently and worked dill- .. 1'tark.Starke' Fla IfT j Friday, September 12th, 1924, before MADE
HAtl/a CATARRH RI:1JICU.Ia"! Men eleven o'clock I PROMPTLY
under direction. Un lnatmeft' olHALL'S a. m.
{ gently competent tuwi Bucoaadaiy In
have that the soil is Ca..rrb. Mess Call 11:65: a. m. -
They proved -
for the growing CATARRH MEDICllTB eon. I First Call (for parade) 2:43: & p. m. -' --
especially adapted data of aa Ointment which Quickly I "C011D BETTH fEmUZIl BE I10E IE lOUD HIE IT"
j' that nature does its part .. local and thInurnal Assembly 3:00 p. m.
Y' of tobacco, R li v by application
IKdlein a Tootc. which acts. Retreat 8OO: p. m. lob lido rt*.u* .. aw .u .....,. -SIMON PORE ..4 "Gael BANDS- sate
( through tb. Blood on the Mucous SurfaoM. > "-ab, ....des .ALL parcES. $said .,
QUALITY .
PU. Cured la 6 to 1 4 Day Automobiles will be provided In f. aa.s tart y.re wtd
.
taw reducing 1M inflammaUoa.Bolt F1ed4a G_ ..... ddt-y..ab _.....
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