Bradford County telegraph
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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 19, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02247
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:Ill'' mum THIRTEEN
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F( Mrs. Annie Brockmyer, one of the I ___ .
' pt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan left j oldest citizens of Starke, passed Among, the out of town visitors on The City Council of Starke FlorIda -

'kt, Saturday afternoon for New away last Friday evening at eight Defense Test in National Defense Day were\ : C. T.Lawhorno. met in session September 2, with "
: ( ,ity where Mr. Bryan will at- I o'clock, after a long and painful Starke Mrs. harry B Weest the following members present: C.

the National Roadmaster's illness ,- Kathyrn Weest Gordon Went Eula F. (Hoover, chairman A. O Androu

em ion. Mr. Bryan i la going to Mrs. Brockmyer was born January I John 1'itlow' .1.I W. White.
Peoples Mm. C. E.
Friday in Starke reminded many can flag. Harper all ,,f
,\i determined effort to bring 6, 183.1, and was therefore nine- Minutes of the lust meeting were
,,,mention to Jacksonville and ty years of age at the time of her of those( present of the Fourth of Every school in Bradford countywas Hampton; Charles Overstrcot Tif- read and approved.The .

t k orhr backing of all civic bodies death. She was the mother of six July celebration held in 1919, when represented in the parade, ton, Ga; Eatello Kosonburg, Mrs.\ council received letter from

!Monday's Times-Union the returning world -war veteransassembled hundreds. of boys. and girls with Wt'sleyndrew..., W. I.. .Andrews u
e at "Ity. children-five of whom survive her, the mayor calling attention of the
here with veterans of their teachers being in Willie Mae Johnson Connie
and Pad
c ed the following news item namely: Mrs Eliza Wills. William council to the Itmdqunte, supply of
convention other wars and formed the principal county school officials are well pleased gett, all of Lake Butler; U. T. Os-,
d the : Blocker, Berry locker, Harvey water in the town for the wateringI +.
feature of a celebration that with the showing made, Each teen Mrs\ L. Morgan\ Muttie Ogden ,
th the avowed intention of Blocker and Daniel Blocker. stock. The chairman of the water
will never be forgotten. school carried a banner with the Mrs J. A. Wasdin all uf Drookor I
IiM inn the 1925 convention of the The deceased was a member of Friday September 12th howeverwas name of the school represented. II. C. Kelly New River; Agnes Joy-;,'to and light committee was authorized It
'oad oudmasters of the United have the fountains the
i the Methodist church for on streets
many set aside for another purpose- This group was formed oik Walnut ner, J. F. Stormant Miand Mrs. J.

s to Jacksonville, S. A. Bryan years, and through her long weary that of showing our intention to street, near Ninth and joined the T. Moore, Mrs. M.\ K.; Edwards;, all connected.
mast.'r nf the Florida division illness she bore her sufferings with I I J. M\ Mitchell\ and F. It'.
''io never again; be caught in the state main procession after it had partly of Lnwtey; Laura Joyncr, Jlrs.V.. Stump .
Seaboard Air Line railway II great patience.The composed a committee asking for .
of unprepa redness our county was completed its march. R. Jackson MM. G. V. Knight Mrs. a
Jacksonville yesterday morning funeral services Iin when entered the World War J. C. Cudwell donation for the National Defense
were conducted we Folowing! the all of Thurcssa Mrs.\
breaking of the
,ttend the 11121! convention of thee up
t I by Rev. L. W. Klckliter, of and Bradford county responded in parade at tho city park the throng W. H. Smith, Sampson. ; J. A. Wus- : Test [Day celebration Mr. WhllUi
New York. The "
nization in ses-i the Baptist church, at -three o'clock the same spirit she showed duringthe ,, was addressed! by Rev L. B. I din. Graham; G. G. SMts, M.\ II. i mule n motion to donate $50 for the :
is. to be held on Tuesday Wed- simp-I saiil celebration. Mr.\ I'glow' second-
Saturday afternoon and her body great struggle between Germany son, of the Starke Methodist Shaw G. M. Shearuusf, Jr., S. A. ,
and in the Corner
a>' hotel.Thursday I was laid to rest in the family ceme- and the civilized world. |I I who also led in prayer. Copt J. L.I I| Coburn, L. Rocco W. W. Smith { ed! the motion and the same wascarried. ;"

tery. The funeral was attended by I Thousands thronged( the streets Peek then introduced the of i Forest Lovier Claude Conway, G. ,,'

yan has the backing of the con- sorrowing relatives and numbers of of Starke by eleven o'clock the number the day Capt. Everett M.*speaker Yon U. j I H. Bount-, Sum ROSH, all of Palatka; I A. F. fifth made a proposition .
bureau of the local chamber '' to remove the old shingles from the
ion friends. after' Woman's Club
I steadily even S. A., who used for his subject "Tho ( of Keystone Heights; '
ommerce Mayor John T Alsop, i "Beautiful graves where grasses the noon hour. Long tables in the' National Defense Act." Yon Katherine B Winium. Mary K. roof of the city hull and recover ,

all civic bodies and the various creep, park had been prepared fur the basket '' it forceful speaker and Capt.handled his is Clark, Rochelle: Cu rr, Mary }K. Bor- same with gtklvnnlaed iron for( the I

cuds not only of Florida but in II Where brown leaves fall, where dinner and this with tho huge subject in a masterly manner.! He gin and! V. E. Wiimitx, of Keyttonu Hum of $no, the city to furnish! all ,

entire South II. N. Rodenbaugh, drifts Ho! deep | of barbecued Heights material o odHuRCll
.. pile meats and bread stressed the importance of the observance ; Myrtle Stanford, 'JusHe !
ral manager of the Florida East Over worn-out hands-oh, beautiful -I satisfied the hunger of the multi! '' of this National Defense I Newsom, of Tampa; Lois Richardson l. I m' CIilWH
a sst railroad has offered a trip sleep." I tude. Co. G i Bessie t
I I provided for the wants ,Test Day and its the Flanagan. Blanche
bearing (on
.Vir the overseas extension of the lof the men of that organization and of I Ii Strange, all uf VunJerliilt. | The Bible study hour last Sunday "t
: .rids East Coast railroad to Keywtst CHIEF OF POLICE I i safety our country. I .
for their guests on this day the veterans wall very intorestmu. The Bible I
and return to the visitors if LODGED IN JAIL The activities ti Company G BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN. ''chess
of all United States wars. I(I taught hy Col. A. S. Crew t

)lipy 8:30: consisted in pitching shelter occupy pulpitat
Tik chamber of MayorAtop
commerce parade the formation began the time of Communion wan spiritual
Warrants on both
Charge services i
j tents on the vacant lot the on Sunday.! The entire -
and Governor Hardco will all adjoining/
I { streets near tho courthouse, and and reverent. All the communicants
Baptist body of the
[telegraph officials of the organiza- Jacksonville, Sept. 12-Chief of \i promptly at three the march began Telegraph once, drilling, competitive I observe the week South will seemed! to sec Jesuit at the Unit

'% asking them to come to Jack- Police George Jackson, of Zephyri i| headed by Marshal DeWitt C. Jones dl'lIin\ the manual of arms at bpuriiining Sun- communion, who realized He was
day, September 21
eo(vile for their next year's meet- hills, enroute to New York to spend Capt. Archibald J. Thomas and Adjutant the park John B. Padgett, of Lake ; for un u week ofprayer soon to go Into the silent land of
I I ; missions and Ui
t his vacation is in the city jail here j Orville J. Griflls. Marching Butler winning the distinction of i i conjunctiun ,death. That fur away time was
I being the best drilled member of the I{| with this movement the pastor
The roadmaster's convention awaiting to( be returned to Zephyr- with Company G were the enlistedmen will drought down to that communion
speak on The First \ ,
dig-- together railroad employes I'. hills for trial on charge of firing at I for tho day, many of them company Tents wore taken down I Movement. This is an( Missionary hour, and we HAW the anxiety, bewilderment 0-
| in the union and 'tires from ambush to stop automobiles following the parade and the company and tho face
$: m every i I former members of the company. ittmso> of the activity uf tho Morrow un
f m every railroad. Many tool sup- I[ that were speeding. j l This spirit of readiness! on the part i dismissed at 0:80.:: During the j Church. All members early of the apostles as He spoke John
t'tt The chief was arrested last nightat evening members of the company i I urn requestedI 11 I II them.
houses and other establishments !lof men with military training to I be : unto
I present on tho of
opening day
n nufacturinn" materials used in I the Union Depot after he had |fall in with the regular organization enjoyed u dunce at the armory. j I this special week of Intercession. ,I These words and the communion '

]road maintenance also have rep- spent the day at headquarters, visiting ,I ion the day Uncle Sam set aside for Winners in the different events I[,The service will at 11:00: :which proceeded them, have been the
a m.
_ j> entativeb at the meeting and it is I Chief A. J. Roberta and other testing the framework of our' na- of the day were announced IK fo-( | Evening worship at 7:.III: () A comfort and consolation the refuge
p. m.
pnld that about 8,000 are in attends I a|heads of the department. Just be- I tional safety, speaks well for our lows: second sermon In a series on "The and support of sorrowing, storm-

annually at the conventions. I fore the train left, a telegram was! county. 100 yard dash, Morris Edwards. Cross of Christ" will bl delivered tossed! souls in their struggle ,
he Seaboard line will be n'pre-I received; asking that the chief be I Following Company G were Three-round boxing contest Leon the topic being "The Power of the through all the Christian centuries

hated by live roadmasters at theiJhivention arrested American Legion members veterans Kite. Cross." They have been light and strength l'

[ all of whom have pledg- "That's" a nice thing to happen to of tho World War Spanish War Climbing greased pole, Claude The Bible school will meet at 0:45a. : |its dying Christians, us they have

support of Mr. Bryan in his fight me, he said this morning "for I I veterans. Confederate veterans and Prevatt. m., with classes for all ages pasxeii through the gales of death

i' land the convention. Roadmasters intended having a nice time in the I Starke's troops of Boy ScouU. Be- I Catching greased pig Kinney Should you not be Identified with u up In the morning land of God. They

the Atlantic Coast Line, the Flor- big city. According to the dispatch sides our city officials many organi- i I Kite Bible, school an invitation iti extended will l I" the light that we curry a*

44!Ii East Coast railroad and other I several warrants were sworn out : zations of Starke and, nearby towns II I Horse race Silas Johns and foal to spend the hour with us In we pass into the mystic shadows of I

es ,in the South are expected ton shortly after the chief left on his were represented in the long proces- ,,Johns. the social study of the mini of (jllli..) the Valley of Silence, On the condo .

line to vote for Jacksonville vacation. sion. Two of the most attractivecars Automobile race, Thomas Turner. The II. Y. P. U. "",'letieH will tl>,n, of course, that we live faithful

A ,Ihe site of the next convention. Chief Roberts was advised today I in the parade were those of the I The day was an unqualified success hold their opening meetings nt 11:11I( ::)() to them In life Therefore, every

that an officer Is en route hero to Starke and Lawtey Woman's cluba. and thoroughly enjoyed by the p. m., and all young people, along member should he in uUindaco next

r .LS GJtAI'E CROP AT GOOD take custody of the chief and return Keystone Heights was representedby I thousands present. That it also prow with the Juniors! are naked to be Lord's Day promptly at 10 a. m. for

PRICE him to Zephyrhill for trial. three cars one for the Woman's ed a success for the purpose it was present' at that time. Bible study and to keep the feast of

Club of that enterprising town. set unquestioned. The commit- .. the communion.
IT. R. B. Lee Writes the Tele- PREVATT A REAL FARMERJoe goes -- ---- -
Representing the secret organizations tees having charge of the arrange- --
[gTBph that he has sold his entire
iHi''! ruiti-ii.U'i: ;) SUM-;
gripe crop with the exception of afei Prevail who lives a short distance of the county were the Wood- ments express their appreciation to SCHOOL

bushels for( home use, at' an south of Starke is not troub- !I men with their axes, and a touringcar I all who assisted in any way In lglnninal' IlIatnday and continuing "I am not strong on arithmetic"said

|average of $1 per bushel. His crop led with the high cost of living, according filled with members of the Ku making the day a pleasant one for through the week there him the purebred sire, "but I can
to Dr. W. E. Middleton who Klux Klan, Hearing a large Ameri- I([the visitors. '
this year was large but he had no s been an interesting training clans add to the bank' account of my own
I trouble' of them the had occasion to visit this home a I subtract from the principal
disposing on I for Sunday! school workers, at the er; can
ISUrke market and he desires few days ago. In one room Mr. Pre- of his I ran multiply
to express Methodist church, taught by Rev. mortgage.\ ; i
SANFORD: WOMAN'S[ CLUB cerninif them.
his appreciation to the Starke vatt showed the physician a huge W. G. Strlekland. of jo' rnandinll.Mr. his chances for success; I can divide

people for their apparent desire for stack! of canned goods, com, peas ISSUES UNIQUE CALENDAR: The fact that a great number of Strickland, was in training last his cures and worries; I can give .

hill( product. tomatoes beans and syrup, preparedand The Woman's Club of Sanford an- these Calendars have been disposed summer at the Junalutka conference more interest to his work; and I

canned at home by this enterprising nounces that its unique Calendar of in Sanford since their publication and, is a pleasing and capable' > director can discount his chance for to**."-
farmer from
crops grown on
testifies to the desire for Informa- of Sunday school work Those (Exchange.;
RELAID WITH BRICK his farm. In his smokehouse he hada entitled "The Garden, Year In .----
tion of this kind by those Interested taking advantage of thin excellent :IIOTIl'1-:
plentiful supply of meats and lard. Southern Florida, ia now ready for I
f carload of paving brick arriv- in Civic beautiflcution. Two thousand training were: Mr. and bins S. S.
Mr. Prevatt Dr. Middleton
ilire;{ this week to be used at the canned gave distribution. The Calendar, .vrlt en of these Calendars were printed Dowlmg. Mr. and I Mrn. J.Y.. White i 1 Regular meeting; ;of J. J. Diekl-
some of the products and he
.,;railway crossings on Call and Ninth states they were of excellent quality and copyrighted by Mrs. Wright as the inhtial issue, To date the Mrs. Barnum, Miss Amelia Kay son Camp will he held in Stark, at

'itrWta, replacing the present woodfamtjcinder I President of Woman's Club is an majority of them haW been sold Mesdames W. E. f.riddlctnn, E:. L. the Courthouse at 10 o'clock a. m.,

crossings. The street Mr. Prevatt's corn this art work of special attractiveness In Sanford. Biggs, U. F. Clark, A. Z. Adkim, -'upteinher 27, liiiM.:.! All veteran requested .

/Committee: of the council have been was one of the finest crop in the county.year I 8 x IS inches in sue.: The front cover I The commendations which Mrs. M. E.: 1 Edwards, K:. K. Ferryman t 11) be present

_. 0 I was designed by Mrs, \ *. Commons : Wright\ hat received from other sec and. D. .K. Knight. !S\ K. MORGAN! ; W. T. KKEKS,
working/ for this 'improvement ...- well-known in State Art Circles (.Jmmandtlr.'ry .
The honeymoon is over when the tions of the state indicate that -- :Si / retii .. Cunt.
rat months and are pleased with billing exceeds the cooing.-Seattle who, before moving her resi- thousands these Calendarswill Many a man has: h.tah-d< up witha ._-- .------

cbs progress made. Star. dence to Cocoanut Grove wax located many distributed. ThuWoman's fast young thing
I I in Sanford. shortly be 'she is a regular! nightmare n"., "i I mi' widow who is green
Club has placed a nominal
The twelve seourato .i acres: de- -
charge of $1 for the Calendar! and
voted to the calendar months are
the proceeds from the sale of them -- ----.i
[It Our World War General Retires [ bound; with silk enabling it to be .
will be used to pay off the indebtedness lid" '" to lht ..t 5sr.
hung on the wall and readily refer .- : ___ "" Ju
i*. Incurred when the organizationbuilt = : =
red to by those desiring Informa- -
its Club House.
tion of the various flowers and
It in the hope of the Woman'sClub ;
shrubs that best be in
can planted
of Sanford that these Calendars
I any particular month. According to
may bo immediately utilized bya
Mrs. Wright, the idea for fc calendarof
great many people throughoutthe
thin kind was prompted by; lack state as the season for
of information this Catalogues
on -
the making of a !gardenproperly
issued by the majority of
begins late in September.The
prominent seed houses Mrs. Wright
I (
page In the Calendar devoted to
I declared. give information of proper -
October goes Into a great deal of
| monthly seasonal. ( plantings in
detail as to varieties of annuals
the north but do not similar
Mb give
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t nX'r suitable for October planting as
I information for Floriiia. The
newcomer -
I the Florida season for these is "'X-
l I to Florida< Mrs Wright further -
l actly reverse of that In the; north
declared when planning a flowI .
: ----
I or !garden is soon made aware of SAMPSON CITY IJOY A HIT

:' the wide dissimilarity between the I j I IN HASEB\LL: ; WOKI.U[ t

proper time for planting in the I t dar I
I north and in Florida. Herbert M., Thorns;; Win Fame for I '

The Calendar which Mrs Wright Ills. Work in Ikmton on Labor

v as has prepared gives the names of DayIn

I various shrubs and ornamental I this Issue -w;-carry a news ur-

that are in bloom in central and ,, tide from Boston regarding Herbert

southern Florida at different months 1M. Thomas a Sampson City boy ., a
and also tell when they are planted '
who is athiving fame on the diai -

and, in addition give the names'of ''i mond. Mr. Thomas i* rememberedby 4 4 ....i" .

annuals and shrub that may be
many through this section being million American thrilled with Joyeandprids
On hundred and ten :
Gen. John J. Penning will celebrate his sixty-fourth birthday successfully planted in a particular )I of N. D Wain- back
a great nephew this week a* sU U. S. army airmen winged tb.lr way to"'
Saturday: September 13, and retire to private life. Full national month. Accompanying\ this Informa- wright. He was born at Sampson ho*** DM*, at San Monica Calif., to complete man's fin night. ];
_> bonor and tribute is hi. reward, publicly given In a great meeting tion Is brief and simple cultural directions City in 1902, and our readers will the world Photo show tIM three round the world arm/ please .
4, at New York September 10. I and other Information eon- with **ort York Otv and elo* up of \ltt tajj*pO*
I find the article an interesting one. to ri |_ wl4elson J U. aUnJtb, Oomma nde ** L*. *.

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J PACK TWO 19, 1931

HERB TJlO IAS, OF JACKSONVILLE I I come, must have impressed young have to go through it to understand, mooshine made right here in the U. A Cruel Joke is the kind of a girl you married,
would I and I am only a kid yet. 1 I S. A." I
MAKES GREAT (Thomas. Many a youngster presume First Yegg: "Don't you worry, sir?"
HIT IN BOSTON have lost his head entirely. feel this way especially when I'm in Blights: "I'll say he's patriotic- Pete. We are in Arizona now-and
of these old timers. willing to die for his country." Too
1 1P It was Christy Mathewson who company they never hang a man with a wooden
Boston Mans., Sept. 6-Herbert recalled tho words of the great Ty "I shall always be a Jacksonvilleboy The Gal Is Right leg here. Smythe: "What's the matter with
'. M. Thomas, of Jacksonville, lately and call! Jacksonville home Pete ?" Jones"
i Cobb who declared, after looking my Clara: "What did you think of : "Why not
1 acquired by tho Boston National young Thomas over, "He may be declared Thomas when asked on Mamie Smith's recital" First Yegg: "They use a rope." Kieth: "He's got the hoof and

J club from the Daytona-Clearwater good but he'll never do for the big his ideas of traveling, possible plans Doris: "Not so much. She's so in- mouth disease-He hoofs it all day
} team of the Florida state league, show." for a wife and home, etc. "Jackson- consistent. Rouged, powdered, lip- Positively -and talks about it all night. Som
t I has come into his own. This 22- "This goes to show just how lit ville is a wonderful place to me and sticked and false-haired she sang Professor: "And by all means call it golf."
1 year-old youth, former star short tle Cobb knew about such things," always will be!. Bloopy's Nocturne in 'B' natural." pick out a girl with a sense of
stop of the Duval high school of declared Mathewson. "I wonder "I owe my everything to the oU humor. Marry only the girl who can Blond Bess Opines

Jacksonville played his first game in what he would have to say about the Duval high days and to the great Blond Bess Opines take a joke." "Sand, sand everywhere-and nota
major league: harness Labor Day. youngster now. I played with these experience I received at Daytona. "I guess it's true that men are I Innocent Stuaent: "I Imagine that sheik in sight.

; His performances on the holiday Giants a good many years, you George Stoval was good to me, if I the architects of their own destiny -, -- -- --
actually amazed his employers, set know," continued Mathewson, who ever a man was. There were times -which accounts for so many
the fans near crazy with delight had come down from his Saranac when I was rather discouraged: and strange upper stories."
r. and paved the way for a most remarkable Lake sanitorium especially to look those who were in the know declared -
,, demonstration the next Thomas over. "I know what Mc- I could never make the grade, Real News This Week
Reporter: "Give me a tip on a
day. Graw's men are, especially when but Stoval was always there with a
\ Wednesday, September 2, will always they are fighting for the National word of courage, advice and further real story.believable.Something" unusual-and
I remain a red letter day for league pennant, as they are now. I instruction. As I look back on it I hardly how
Police Lieutenant "Well
I young Thomas, or at least it should have seen a great many recruits I now, knowing what I know about : The Dawes plan will have its trial
about that that 60
plumber got days
4 for he was accorded the greatest re-I' face the Giants in my day, but very the big leagues, only what a short for speeding?" and the world will; see what hap
ception and tributes ever given a few at this stage of the season. To time has taught me, I realize more a pens.
; cruit in a Boston major league I tell you the truth I thought Dave and more what I owe to those backin Even Heavies Do No Good Germany gets four years to prepare
park. .. (:Manager Bancroft of the Braves) Florida. Another football season is at band; big reparation! payments expected .
y: The career of young Thomas who had considerable nerve to put "I've only started as Mathewson Modern stadiums dot the land. I to amount to 650,000,000

--- was born at Sampson City, Florida, Thomas in these games with the has told me, but I'll tell you as I They're built of concrete, steel and By Arthur Brisbane annually.We .
in 1902, now so well known to every Giants who are fighting like the i told him I want to Rive the best sand, thought it pretty: big when
b New Englander fan through columns very devil. best that there is in me. I love base- And get so cold-well, we Just I BULL MARKETS. we built the Panama Canal in sev-
of space in the local press, i 18 "What Cobb had to say about ball and while at first I rather I stand. FUTURE TRANSPORTATION. eral years. Germany wilt: pay
Indeed interesting. Related by the __ those that her'
Thomas would have discouraged the dreaded coming to Boston, I'm satis conquered enoughto
modest, sensible youth himself, it i i8 average youth," continued Mathew-I fied. More than that I'm happy and You Know the Car THE DAWES PLAN. build three Panama Canals every
even more so. He hasn't forgotten son. "But he signed up with the proud to be one of the Braves." Dirks: ""{"bat kind" of an auto- OF WHAT WOULD YOU THINK? year, if this plan goes through.
his Duval high days or his experl- Florida State league when his days : mobile have you? .
ences with the Daytona-dearwate Whagg; : "Half pointer and half What would
with Duval high, were over and our "Wheat prices jump In wild bull books you take to a
,)if club, to which he declares he owes old friend. Georgie Stovall was managing S Jf k'e setter. Picks out pedestrians, even market." desert inland
"his all." the Jacksonville team. He felt though they hide behind lamp posts. That headline What would you do if you knew
was predicted in
E lleinnie Groh, that lion hearted that Thomas had the makings; of a Points 'em", sets 'em and retrieves. this column a long time ago. You you haJ! only one more year to live
New York National star, must have big leaguer, despite the opinion of LESS ADVICE A. MANtAS Some car. read it yesterday and you will read What wouJ! you do if you had
realized that young Thomas hm the great Cobb," declared Mathewson. TO SIVE -TUB No.JR We Guess That Right: more like it. twenty million dollars? Helen
some football experience by the in a rather sarcastic vein. HE MAS __ "May wheat" sells above $i.40 in Stein, intelligent! young secretary
"It's tell who
enough to is
whole-hearted manner in which he exhibit, easy of Nathan Straus, replied to that
"Stovall probably did boss in the American home Chicago. One dollar and fifty cent
i came into third base in the first average last question, "I'd go crazy."
::1. more patience with young Thomas today." wheat isn't far otTo And that la
game Labor Day. Incidently Thomas than most managers would fueling "!low ?" not bad news for Calvin Coolidge Those
so are old questions. Here
made the base, his first in the National confident that his fortitude would be "Well, if'the wife is bobbed-she's As for corn, its high price means is a new one, based on the experience -
league, which is something rewarded. Thomas played 5-1 games boss. Unbobbed, bossed." wealth for farmers lucky enoughto of three Italian mountain
1" to crow about when there is such a at short with the Jacksonville club i I raise any, and high cost for tho climbers, that held by a rope,
capable citizen as Groh doing duty that season. I asked Thomas yester- Our Health DepartmentDear meat that is fed on it. tain hung for five hours over a moun-
I precipice, waiting to be saved.
I there. It the first stunt the
was day how he went in that positionthat Doc: Can you tell mo how to
young Jacksonville star pulled be- year and do you know what he I avoid falling hairThanks.. D. 'D. Steel common above flO, corn What would you THINK about
fore 21,000 appreciative fans. Pert told me?" queried Christy, 'Just Dear D. D.: Sure I can. Practice worth more than $1 a bushel on hanging fcr fire hours, below the .
t haps luck was \with the youngster the farm, twenty cents edge: of a precipice? Would you
fair. than
i ) footwork and jump out from underit. more review
I for he made several catches in the "However, Brooklyn thought that in Chicago; wheat for deliverynex vowing your better s.ns conduct and, if mistakes spared,,
I! wide open spaces of center field enough of Thomas to bid for his: May. selling at $1.40, stocks or would you just HANG OVER
i which bordered on the sensational. services and he would have joinedthe Ed Purdy's I'hilo crawling up so that brokers, afraidto THE PRECIPICE?
His batting In both games showed Dodgers but for the fact he hurt The candidate that can come buy, rob their eyes saying to We are all hanging over the edgeof
that he had remarkable courage for his leg, which made him valueless The Letter of It through 'with a plan which solves themselves "It can't be real." A great one steep majority precipice of us, called"Just haD death."

V a recruit, let alone confidence, two to Robins in the latter part of last Decker: "Steve is so patriotic that the problem of how to keep the SOMEBODY thinks were is a boom and think about it very little.
f of the most essential qualities for a season. "This experience did not he won't drink bootleg whiskey automobile running another year coming.

; hitter. In the first !game, he doubled cause him to give up," continued brought from abroad but insists on feel reasonably certain of election.

clT "Rosey" Ryan and then in the Mathewson, "for he went right backat .
i ... fatal eleventh Inning, while the fans his task and started all over ---
howled their elation and the bands. again.'He. .

played Hail, the Conquering Hero was transferred to the Daytona -
Comes, the youngster tore off a Clearwater team, where he '
screeching single which scored tho was used in the outfield with such

I winning run. success that we put in a bid for his
In the second game, still calm and services. We consider this his first ,
cool, Thomas was robbed of a beautiful real fling in tho major leagues and i'-;
!I triple when Ross Young, one our judgment of him was not in er
of the fastest right fielders in tho ror. lie makes a wonderful additionto

I league, running at top speed in the Braves, a real asset and you
4 1 right center, speared the ball. While can take it from me that the day is -- sk your dealer
this was Thomas' only star per' not fur off when Thomas will be a
formance ot the bat, he brought the star of the first water. -'i' he
entire park to its feet in the eighth "Thomas is a good sensible kid. Why so many more

by pulling down, with his bare Praise does not turn his head and '
' hand, a drive of the Texas league seems to make him only the more J Remington Game Loads

type. There were two on the sacksat careful, confident and display that
the time and the catch wax such
courage which has mystified us old-
marvelous piece of work that timers," declared Mathewson.It : '' Game Loads are. increasing in

Thomas was cheered for nearly was in Jacksonville that young i. I1'Y REMINGTON than any other shells in America.
eight minutes. The clutch was such : Have tried them?
Thomas attended Duval High school, you
that the old McGraw made
I veteran where he became one of the best all- C -
Hundreds of thousands of
all this
it a point to congratulate Thomas, around athletes in school during the sportsmen over I
declaring that it was nothing short seasons of tll20.21( 22. lIe was a country are discarding the old style specified loadsand

t I I of bare-handed) robbery."If three letter man for three sensors, are now shooting Remington Game Loads.

I this Is any criterion of what winning hU letter in baseball, football With all due respect to any specified load you are
Thomas can do," declared Judge 1 and basketball. New England
i Game
now shooting-give Remington a try.
4, P Fuchs, part owner of the Braves, at I lint heard of the Jacksonville youth
I the close of the game, "he is n most when he got his first taste of Northern out on your next shooting trip.
; welcome addition to the club. I nev- competition in 1921 when Ilavrhill Wherever you see this old Duck Go into the store. Tell the dealer what kind of game

r fft d;' cr witnessed anything. like it. JU8t." (Mass.! ) High school football I Hunter In the window, you'll find you are going after-and get the Remington Game
., ; look at the Jans eleven acknowledged champions of A- a Remington dealer Remington!; made for h kind of
.P Arms and Remington Ammunition Loads specifically 1 t a game.
J. It was :yesterday however, that I Massachusetts, visited the sunny
.: little Herb not only gave a wonder clime of Florida and showed the Du- They will give you a shooting quality you have

f ful account of himself but came into ,val Ilijrh school what a good: foot- never known before. They are scientifically loaded to

,. I a I his own. It was after Thomas: *had ball team could do, defeating Duva a uniform standard of velocity, pattern and penetration

mad three beautiful hits and twoexceptionally 21 to 0. Thomas recalls. that game all with moderate recoil.

, I fino catches, practically quite vividly. This idea of specific loads for specific game is
winning the first that
tame The next season he got his revenge -
I j Christy Mathewson president of the but not on Havtrhlll, when original with Remington.
Braves, Judge Fuchs and Mayor( the Steele High school team of Day All our experience and ballistic knowledge told us

I Curley paid their splendid tributes ton, Ohio, went to Florida. Speakingof > how absurd it was to have 3200 different shotgun

i to the Jacksonville boy. The ovation this game. Thomas declares Du / --- loads-when there are only a few kinds of game
ti handed him by the fans following I' val defeated Steele High 21 to 0, in K hunted with shotguns.
Mayor Corlcy's little speech! of vtcl- which he had the pleasure of scoring U nwiy a.un.oSI
I the first and last touchdown to So we brought out Remington Game Loads-the

The Collier Trophy send l the Northerners down to igno- IZ"" e ngLa 511I right load-the best load-for each kind of game.

minous defeat. titan Duch faro i Remington Game Loads are loaded with the highest
1 "I'm iclad to be in Boston," declared -
1I I i. I = quality American-made smokeless powders in Rem
. ) Thomas, who has been nick- ....- -.
1 Nitro Club Shells.
named "Shorty" by his teammate" ington Wetproof

I in an exclusive interview with the .D IN 10.. Thousands of seasoned sportsmen will tell you that

I;' writer. "I like the boys, they use me ', they are right.
fine and we are going to have a -
great club here. Just wait until we Isn't it about time for a New Shotgun?

,r I get going next season. While you are at your dealer's ]look at the New Improved
',. "I've been pretty lucky in breaksin Model 10 Remington Pump Gun. Handle it. Work the action.
my starts with. the Braves. I Note its smoothness of operation,its remarkable pointing quail
KUMS.: Thomas continued, "or at J ties and fast hammer action. .
least we will call a good part of it
:-: Remington Arms Company Inc. New York
c luck. There were moments, you City;
know" and he smiled, "that the Established 1816

crowd had me Kointr. Gee-but I
never witnessed such wonderful
sup- S
t port for a tail-emier club. You would

:,) a_oceT[ almost think series we games.: were playing. inworld's (;!mingto/1

"It recalled some of those good
S. I Gold, silver and bronze ballot old days when I was with Duval
t ., box trophy} 38' x 23". from Ttf- High" he continued. "You would
laDY, which will be awarded. by
Colliers, the National Weekly, to
the state which makes the largest To Core: a Cold: In OM Day FIREARMSAMMUNITION CUTLERY CASH REGISTERS
proporUoiuU increase in i its vote Tmk. LAXATIVE BROMO QUINTNZ (TtblM ItMOPID ..
Couh .d HMdaclM std rwltofltlMCaM.
for Prteident this year over 1920.ti L wTbKOVE: :S .......... --

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Sanford-A bond issue of $1,000 wide among! drug stores and soda to increase growth of the Universityfor
000 is Ijemg planned to cover the I i
emporiums, and which
lately had its a more complete '
: spiritual training
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph cost of a tentative road-building; and J

....,.. ..--.... improving program for Seminole! start among Miami soft drink servers of the young: men who come hero

-------1 1 county it was announced here by; has fur. its object the elimination ( from all parts of the country. Dr, I

["Live State News the Good Roads Committee of the< I of the "jaazy" table boy and soda Thomas V. .McCain the pastor, I'H s

L- __ J Chamber of Commerce. Included In "jerker." The reform It being I preached the opening -
i the proposed improvements, is the wrought so that when the northern [I Union .services, however unthe f

Told by Our Exchange. project of a boulevard to extend tourist drops down again for his I formal opening of the ,'hurl'il. The I :
I along the water line of Luke Monroe winter season of sunshine and \
-- .. ..........-...", ... _.a. ."""" "., 'f .., from the proposed new bridge of: freckles, he will find that an ice building\ if equippeditli /a pipe organ
costing over $15,000.
Lakeland)-Lakeland issued per Gainesville The first Baptist Lake Monroe, to Sanford. cream soda is an ice cream soda and I '.

mits for buildings and residence) church here, pronounced one of the Tallahassee-The following nam nothing more, where he once ''I
during the first seven days this most handsome edifices of its kind In ed have been appointed no- tained that he was about to be served 1III1IIIDID1IIIIIDMKIo lDIDmQC CJ1COOjQDl1\l\1mmlUlOOlQGIaIUIIII(> \ >>".'_"'II' u.
month totaling $55,250: which was; the state, opened wide its doors Sunday i taries public for the state at larger I something that" sounded like "siz .
zle low brown.
the record here. September 14th. A special feature W. X. Gaither; Tampa; John Fita'aterTampa a I

in connection with the dedica- \\ ; J. E. Hardwick, Vest Palm Beach-.< curfew law: .1
Tallahassee-The largest enrollment Ition I '
services of the new structure Palm Beach; W. I U. Dickerson, Tampa be Invoked against motor cars park-I
in its history will start the I will be I ,
a musical program rendered ; Ethel M. Stearns, Jacksonville; ed<<1 at the curb in the business section -

tot term! Women at the at Florida its 'opening State September College. !I by Jacksonville.SanfordSanford's LaDow Kennedy, organist, of C. L. Sawyer, St. Augustine; Miller after midnight, according to I The Shifting MechanismIs '

17. About 1,100 students are expected M. Show, Miami; D. N. McMullen, the city commissioners. Interfeience' I :
Largo; Raymond Gage, Jacksonville with the work of the motorized
to enroll, school officers say. new $35,000(
municipal baseball park and athletic ; H. J. Thompson, St. Petersburg street sweeper, by nighthawking I ImportantIt

St. Augustine St. Joseph's I field, believed to be themost modern ; W. D. Avra, Tampa; Mrs. autos, Is causing the city commissioners -

Aiademy here has opened its fall and best equipped of its kind it Cora Smith, I-nchocheo. to invest the street sweeper, makes a difference whether you have to lift a carriageor

term with pupils from every part of ,the state, is finished. The field embraces Tampa- South :Florida educatorswill both the machine and the man, with just a segment.

Florida, as well as from other I sixteen acres, ten of which hold a three-day educational Institute powers above that of the ordinary I

"t"I,'''. Chicago, 111., and Havana, have been' enclosed by a fence eight in St. Petersburg September "white wing" The man will be empowered IM1 l kt

Cuba, are represented among the feet high, the enclosure containing a 29-October{) 1, it is announced. More : to make arrests, and the I
baseball diamond football field machine will be equipped with a h
pupils. cinder than 1,000 teachers from Pinellas,
track and playground for chil-- Hillsborough and Manatee counties siren fur calling; owners of parked :
Tallahassee-Data is being furnished idren. I cars to remove their vehicle from I
by the! local chamber of commerce are expected to attend. Prominent the path of the sweeper. (

to the American Automobile St. Petersburg-That St. Peters- speakers at the institute include: .,'
Dr. Charles McMurray, author of Tallahii ,noe-The Tumiaml Trail
Association for their Florida his- burg will become a regatta center
McMurray series of, textbooks, und Association! have sent word, from r1i ,
t01''amap\ that the map may be this fall and winter, Was the gist ofa I
formerly of Columbia University, their headquarters at Fort Myern,
supplied as a standard of history In discussion among local power boat
schools and libraries. and yachting enthusiasts at a meetIng New York, and Dr. A. E. Winship! that they are planning to erect atypical ...

here. No definite arrangementswere of Boston, president of th\ National! Seminole Indian lodge In '1. i.
Palm Beach-Workmen are busyon Educational Association. Tallahassee as one of the featuresfor ,
made but tentative plans include Bell
Beating Long WearingIn "
a detour bridge over the Boynton visitors to the centennial celebration .
Armistice water carnival
Day -
an West-Millard Gibson, state
canal. When completed, work on the Key hero November 0.15.Vhen :
this and several inter-city carnivaland president of the Patriotic Order shifting to write capitals and figures on nn L. C.
new! Dixie highway bridge over several during the Tnmmml Trail Itluzeni exploredthe
canal will be commenced. The per- I the.full. inter-city races Sons of America that, told the International membershipof Everglades all the way across Smith & Bros typewriter, you touch the shift "key and

manent structure will be a twowaybridge News Sqciety the lower Florida peninsula" In 1922, shift the the entire
the Peninsular state type st'grnt'nt--not carriage.
this order in !
to cost approximately $18,000 I| Orlando] -When Memorial High I they took with them a number of k

school was built here two years age has increased 25 per cent during the I Seminole Indian guidi: K to Tallahassee This is the reason why our wide carriage machines
of the latest groups six months. Three new camps
Tampa-One last
the question was "where will the and install them in the lodge. Ata
naturalized here in the state and I shift just easily the si/e.
ever passed high school pupils to fill it come have been organized meeting of the original Tumiumi as as regular correspondence
through the orderly process of the it is considered! likely, he said i, that i
from? Now the school is overcrowded Trail Blazers, it was decided to cooperate
I The
I shift
is and works
the bearings
naturalization authorities here this: two more will be formed within segment on
and Orlando ia setting with the Tamiaml Triiil As-
week and became American citizens next thirty days. Key West Camp easily and exactly. The is '
about to build another high school, soclation in putting on a motorcade printing point always stationary ,
Fifty-eight In all were granted citi- probably a junior high, it is said No. 12, the largest order in the state from the Everglades to CTallnhitsspa: when the type strikes the i
zenship They representedten will be host to the state convention paper. I \
papers. The increase in pupils at Memorial via the trail, to attend the centennial -
foreign countries.OIearwaterThe school last the in 1925, the exact date for which has Thia is of the mechanical !
High year over year President the advices from Fort Myerssay. only one many features
been decided by i
not upon
Clearwater Lea- before was 877.TallahasseeThe. Gibson. i in which the L. C Smith Bros typewriter excels. :
Women Voters is making a
gue state board of hundred
Ciiiineiwille! Fourteen i
, drive to get every woman voter to control, at its regular monthly Miami-A huge;; squash, weighing persons attended the opening of the L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.
t cast a ballot at the election in No- 02 1-2 pounds which for several ;01'
meeting here, authorized the expen- new Baptist church heru In which all '
vember. The league is after a 100 weeks has been on display in u ;
I diture of $23,531 on new buildingsand denominations! of the city took part. Executive. Oilier SYRACUSE, N. Y.
, cent woman vote at the general window of the chamber
per the Florida State
equipment at Dr. H. A. Rogers, of the State Mission -
election in November," said an active hero was taken down and made Into 120 West Adams Street
I College for Women. The college Hoard of Jacksonville was the Jacksonville, Florida /
worker of the league. a giant pie. It was served to employee a
I grounds have been beautified, and principal speaker. Tho edifice ( rl..t.1(
and visitors at the chamber:
Tampa-That fall business has with the addition of a new and Im- The' squash'a>l ed lit an expenditure of nearly $1iO 1! ()

set in here was indicated in the an- posing entrance, the campus has of commerce. of J. C. Baile, 000 in sniil to be the finest in the '
nouncement that bank clearings of been made one of the most beauti- grown on the property the south in a city of less than !rinnilland )(
is known as
ful in the state. near here, and limit t local and, statewide
this city with the week ending September "South African Squash," tho seeds was .

6 how a gain of half a mil- ClearwaterThe most important for which Mr. Basle secured from subscriptions to accommodate j'lmClcaaunm fDCJCDOIIII DmlOtDtgtoillC...... ......lca

lion dollars over the week previousand development! of a day of road inspection the federal government. There lire

a million dollar gain over the in Pinellas county recently,, several! more of these large: vegetables -
corresponding week a year ago. 1<'. Bail's -
I according to Assistant Engineer growing: on Mr. property

St. 'Petersburg-Tourists in and M. Evans, is that Engineer BurK"on pne weighing more than 100

around Frankling, N. H., who make land I himself in a motor car, ran over pounds. 1

so annual numerous pilgrimages they to have Floridd organizeda are !land I tlesnake.killed The a !huge reptile diamond-back, seven feet rat- Tallahassee extended-A to movement become state-that! Scores of Homeless Boys and Girls Plead for Good

"Florida Tourist Club" there. The long and with nineteen rattles, wan may be

chamber of commerce here has received -'turned! over to a taxidermist for the Homes---Good Parents and a Chance for Love
of its skin. .
word of the annual reunion of preservation

the club, with election of officers. I" Pensacola-No ill effects of the Care Education
--- --
storm in the Gulf of Mexico
Pensacola The protracted dry I I tropical
spell in this section is becoming are feared In Pensacola. The
but weather! has been unfavorable with u'uiiil, irhmilH/ and churches nearby
serious, alfecting! growing crops, i r
causing most deterioration to cane a slow rain and the wind velocity' Uncle JahnHome I We also earnestly. plead for some

and sweet potatoes. Satsuma orange I I was 25; miles.but' the weather bureau s //"h In" arle.l famill'i to take a pair

trees are withstanding the dry reports that the storm, which again from vacation, ,.f iii-ioi year oM girl twins-and

weather where cultivation has been 'I,!is not of the hurricane intensity cheek with ;a back-with wonderful renewed tan on ambition our other/ pairs and trios of older children I

continued. There has been practically will completely miss Pensacola. The which doesn't play hlde- 1, ( thut we have not the heart to

no fall planting. Steamer Tarpon left port Monday an'-eeekr-Dack from the glad 4 ( o separate.,
night in its regular run to Mobile. vacation-armed anew for the w.. |plead l, too, for soma !good.
of fray Supple in mind and
Miami-After an association homefor some' fine little pairs ofitioihiTH
Tampa-The ten mules which for body, from a season spent In
with the Miami Daily ,
12 years Invented und sisters two to six
News and Metropolis, Charles F. years have been used by the city'ssanitary that's play. half Ain't so no potent tonic or sure as _.c v"iu uf, 111,'" that we" feel we must

Cushman, for the last several years department will make their the good old American mixtureof mil' aynirate i | .
city editor, has severed his connection exit, to be replaced by motorized sun-air-an'-water pure. stud| who will !give a good home to

with the paper and will take up equipment to clean the city streets. Troubles that seemed like moun- "i i 1.| .it little blind 'baby, totally blind
tains, dwindled to pleasant
publicity work with a local reality City Manager Brown has recom- chores-due to a plunge in the 4 f"" '" I' hut otherwise a line beal-

development concern. Mr. Cushmancame mended to the city commission the fountains of God's great Out-o'- < f the lilt:, ,'hlle!.

to Miami l in 1912 from Sioux disposal of the animals, saying their doors! Back again from vacation ., All winnk of families! who apply
hard with muscles like CardlR'skidlovin' F
Iowa. usefulness on city pavements for hildreii' that be
City, i ix they of goodihniuler
Is at an end, but that they might be our occupation bet- I .
and) haw income
ter'n we ever did. Leads to enough
Centennial "
Florida -
Tallahassee-The value farm. They will be advertised -
of on a .
the calm reflection which Inspires t funu h a fairly comfortable home
to be held here November 9-15, for sale. the soul to "When
say, yer sys- nii'l at least u grammar school edu-
Is to have a song especially dedicated. tem need corrE'Ction-shut up, I'atinn.In, ,.
"The Call of Tallahassee" is the Tampa-That winter tourists already an' go out-an' play!"
their into ffa turn our Hwiety will gladly
title the words being by Frank P. are wending way
furnish. full history of the children,
the Sunshine State has been provedto
Woodward and music by Mrs. C. :
Barrow both, of Tallahassee. Mr. : the absolute satisfaction of I "r'ml. u visitor, to Loll you all about

Woodward, will for its Thomas A. Davis former publicity them, and I place. them with you for

arrange director for the local chamber of \V, state-wide introduction by prominent
commerce. In order to satisfy his r..,, the /<"".1 ,""/I.It'r< of this Iwfnrr wu require any permanent
curious yearning; along/ this line. Mr. iiev.-paper' an-! if HIM"
Davis, 17, was Davis decided to drive out on the good family h",in<'* fur .1"e"n'i of There! In no greater service that

fatally injured Sunday, when a tele- Tampa-Lakeland road and count the humelesH and orphan, l""j\s and girls, any family In Florida can render

phone pole, broken at the base, whenan foreign license tags on automobiles from six to fourteen yearn. of age, and we know our boys and girls will

automobile crashed into it, fell along the way. On the road between MALARIA who are pleading, praying and hoping make good if you will give them a

on him. The car driven by Mrs. here and Sanford, Mr. Davis counted each day that Homo good family fair chance.

Louis Payne of this city, first collided 53 automobiles bearing foreign LEAVES AHEAVY will offer to take them in and give Think it over--talk it over-de-

with a car driven by L. B. Jack- license' tags, denoting he said, that \ them a good! home, loving care, a cide to take a line boy or girl-or a

son of Klssimmee. Dell Jackson, .t those cars were bearing winter tourists MARK chance for education and to become [>ulr of Om-and write our State

years old, who was riding with Mrl'l.1' into Florida for their annual useful Superintendent'! Marcus C. Fagg-

Payne, also was Injured. Davis died coat of tan and freckles. \Ve are particularly anxious to about it today -hefur you overlookfind

at a hospital shortly after the acci- good farm homes for some of It He will gladly serve! you.
dent. GAIN WEIGHT Malaria. unfortunately' doe not and with QU"older< boys-twelve to fourteen Oh yes indeed--we' still need and

If you are underweight use tha.......r.breaking Ev.n' after of Chills the patient and redu"lnc.I u fro from years of age-one of whom beg use donation, of m"ney-food and

A TONIC LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR actual ,,_. tha mark on hi. .,.tem are daily to go to some good dairy farm. children' i-lothing--If you cannot

drove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores THE BLOOD.builds This tonic the blood.increases Increases plain wabht to fallm Ma. Vltaltyisw.akappetity olf. cptriu i low.. In such.poor"..,,-, We prefer home on farms or in I take a child or two-help us In the

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and the appetite the, supply up of the much dllanaWintersmlth'aChiUTonicsr.liabl.antimalaria villages-just no we can be sure of beet way you can-please.

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its needed red cells. It provides nourishment prescription la tnvaiuabla.

strengthening invigorating effect, sea how that makes the blood rich mturw Wbitarmnlth'a what the Chill malarial Tonla f"ar bulMa.has op taken and The Children's Home Society of Florida
it brings color to the cheeks and bowit and pure and thus enables tho bloodto away. It mrfahM and puriflca tha blood" ,
improves the appetite yon win then impart this new found strength aids th. apprtlt tnn. up tha ay.tam, "Florida's Greatest Charity"State *
fcaatm the of health and
to the body. It also acts gently on return strength.
appreciate its true tonic value. the liver and kidneys. Takes.you feel Chub and vrcoming Headquarters428 St. James West Florida Uranch-7th Ave "
Groves Tasteless chill Tonic ls simply Make youruirrobuct and healthy. on,whitcnmlth'a Chill Tonic gtra prompt Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla. Jordan St., Peniacofa, Fla.
Iron and)Quinine suspended syrup. So Fill out the hollow spots, erase the and certain r.ll.E.and a longiUg*o* Malaria -

pleasant even children like it. The blood lines caused by lack of flesh. Startwith .! .cu can hav. oft..n.bam be aToioWi.proved In lit thowands bmaflcialff of JUDGE W. H. BAKER, President R. V. fOVINGTO.V:< Treaiurtr.
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to LEONARDTS ELIXIR FOR caaaa, over M rearm of continued oaa. At MARCUS C. "Daddy" FAGG, Supt.
Enrich It. Destroys Malarial\ germs and THE BLOOD at once. Insist on your drag .to,.. Popular. .Ime. eee. m_
Crip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigor LEONARDI'S in the yellow pack moth ,L Made only' by the Winter...
sting Effect: SOc. age. At an druggist smith Cham If.si Cv., lac. LaoisTUl. Ky.Ad".

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j the Union County High school-A Mr. and Mrs. Rode Addison and[of this state are caused by fungi t j moved around in the aolntign so that

u abort but very interesting program children, of Hawthorne spent Sun the spores of which are carried from I all air is excluded.: :
C:: .L- was rendered: day here with relatives place to place on the need, clinging I "After the seed have soaked for

'f'1r I Welcome address-Mrs. Perry M. 'Ito them like leeches. Luckily thereto ,30, minutes remove them and place
Mrs. N. A. Vola, of Mobile. Ala. '
Padgett, Pre.ldenLResponseProf. a preparation which the trucker in running water for 10 minutes, or
; was the guest last week of Mr. and I '
r cpCiexy S. D. Padgett. ''Mrs. A. L. Taylor. 31n.'ola is Jean,I make easily; and in which he can ,wash in five or sixchanges: : of fn-r.
r Vocal: Duet "Little Grey Home soak or drench: the seed for the purpose water.Then let dry in the shada arl,1

--- ___f. in the West"-Mrs. A. C. Strick- I Mrs. Taylor's sister- I I of killing these spores.< G. F. they are ready to plant. .

I Phones 29 and ton : land and Mrs. J. E. Maines piano Constable J. H. Lowery was Weber associate! plant pathologistof | "Black-leg, another serious d.-.

i j accompaniment Mrs. L. O. Rivers. transacting business in Jacksonville the Florida Experiment Station, ease of cabbage cannot be control!.-j

_.. HAMPTON Reading Miss Willie Mae John Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. I'I baa told how this may be done for I'as well as black-rot by seed ttea:.
I t GJ\GEIE.'T': ANNOUNCED=""i =" I I son. I two particular diseases. His statement ment, as the germs are carried wit .

Hampton Sept., 19-Dr. Middle- Instrumental Duet-Mesdames W. P. L. Dinkins and children is given below: > | in the seed as well as on their o': --
Mr. and Mrs Eugene S. Matthews I ton, of Starke was a professional H. Lee and T. M. Richard.. of Jacksonville are spending this "Black-rot is one of the seriousdiseases I side. However, such treatment ."

I announce the engagement and approaching visitor here this week. Mesdames Strickland and Maines II week here with relatives. of cabbage in this state. It I| given above helps materially in r<>.
of their
I Jeanette marriage Dorothy to Mr. Marcus Rev. W. B. Hicks of Waldo, has assisted by Mrs. L. O. Rivers and I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and I may be practically controlled' by I. during the loss from infected seed.

F. Brown, of Tampa the Wedding received and accepted a unanimous Miss Katherine served a salad !children moved back home last week I sanitation in the seedbed and by "Watch: the seedbed carefully and!
l to take place the fourteenth of call to serve the first Baptist church, I
hundred of Hampton during the ensuing spent been spending the past three monthsat i with a l-to-1000 solution of appearance of diseased plants and
October twenty-
four Starke Florida. year. Rev. Hicks comes to us highly I I Miss Ethel Raulerson who is tak- [ Enoch Griffls' cottage. I corrosive: sublimate. This' solution'I when such occur they should be removed
recommended. He has served the p n g a business course in Jacksonville : may be made by dissolving 1 tabletof at once and destroyed.
Miss Matthews is a Waldo Baptist church the past five!: spent the weekend with herr I Mrs. R. M. Tracey and daughterleft corrosive sublimate in 1 pint of "The corrisive sublimate tablets

young woman, a graduate Charl1in"l I years and has accepted a unanimous]'r[r parents last week for Orlando where water. and .he solution are deadly poisonous -

I' Woman's College call as pastor for another year. He I I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Devane of I Mr. Tracey is employed. "The seed which are to be disin- and should be bandied with care.
of the Alpha Pi
a member Snrority. '
will preach at Waldo on the first Lakeland, were visiting Mr. 'andMrs. I -
i Mr. Brown is a member of the i and third Sundays and here on the J. C. Raulerson. parents of I Mr. and Mrs. Donegon of Waldo fected should be securely enclosedin The tablets can be purchased at any

1 firm of Shackleford and Brown 'second and fourth Sundays. i Mrs. Devane. I I were visitors to Lawtey Friday. a loose cheesecloth' bag and thoroughly drug stores The solution should be

prominent lawyers of Tampa. II* U The young men's Bible Class, of i. Dr. A. S. York of St. Petersburg Clifton Brown retunted to his soaked in the solution for 30 made in wooden containers as it

J a graduate of the University of the First Baptist church of Starke. who was on his way home stopped studies at Florida University at I minutes the bag being constantly corrodes metal vessels."
r Florida, and belongs to the Pi Kappa '
under the leadership of Mr. J. T. over for a day to visit Dr. and Mrs. Gainesville after spending his vacation -. . .-
Alpha Fraternity. I -
J. E. Maines. Mrs. Maines is hill sis- | I
Quigley rendered a very interesting here at the home of his parents.
: Friends of this popular young program at the Baptist church last ter. The doctor has been traveling!; Dr. and Mrs. G. W.' Brown. I I
will hear with much interest
: couple
for his health which has been
greatly ,
Sunday evening at 8 p. m. --
f of their engagement and approaching Mr. Short of Jacksonville, Fed
: The young men taking part were.
( marriage. Messrs llerschell Crosby Thomas !I Mr. John P. Coffin was in Lake eral Land appraiser was transact-

I '' MISS ALVAREZ GIVESANNOUNCEMENT I I LJmbaugh Alvin Beck: John Powell. j I, Butler a few days ago accompanied 1 ing business here with L. H. Hill ; cx

ill : =""i =" : PARTYt }flu Brownie presided at the 'I, by two residents of Chicago who j t Saturday I rr I
L.t""lj : have made a deal for quite a lot of j jI jI
I(I piano. Earl Roberts left this week to at-
At the Woman's Club, Wednesday The subject discussed was: "\hat [' land in Union County. .
afternoon from four: to seven Miss I lit I Means to Follow Jesus." I Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle left for Ocala : tend the Tulane University of

Ii F Aileen Alvarez gave an elaborate Special numbers on the program Friday. She is a member of the Louisiana.!

gff announcement party, complimentaryto were as follows: Class Song "Help high school faculty of that place. I[ HIGHLAND
to Miss Jeanette Matthews. :'the: Other .Fellow" by the class. "I Miss Margaret Townsend accompanied '---
Auction bridge was played in the Solo: "One Sweetly] Solemn her anut Mrs. Iva Sprinkle. Highland. Sept. 19-Miss Winifred

c sun parlor where the prevaling Thought"-John Powell. I I to Ocala and will enter high school Wimberly, Miss Martha Mersereau

;al,, 't rod and other wild flowers being The program was rendered beautifully I I! Dr. W. H. Lee and family, R. F. business visitors to Lawtey

,+ lea. '' and greatly enjoyed by all. I Rivers and family, Misses Ruby)Thursday.Mr. .

The. people of Hampton are very I,i Driggers Blanche Roberts, Eldred j and Mrs. M. L. Crews and
in morning glories. 'thankful for this beneficial treat and!, Duncan, Brady Rosier, Hughes Register children of Raiford. are spending I
The hostess, Miss Alvarez and ; will all be glad to have them put on ,j and Morris Langford who two weeks here the guests of Mr. !
i the honor geust. Miss Matthews, re- 'another program. I' have been spending a few days at and Mrs. B. Wilkinson part of and ; I :

ceived the guests Miss Matthews :Mr. J. W. Blanton who has been Orange Springs fishing, returned with Mr. f. M. Crews and family the ,

i being attired in a stunning gown of j' visiting his daughter, Mrs. Dennis home Saturday. Plenty of fish were remainder.M. YOUR ,, ,
\t black georgette and blue cut velvet,I I Brannen has returned to hi home caught and eaten. The trip was L. Crews. A. A. Crews, :Max I' ,
made paner effect. With this dress here. S,greatly enjoyed by the party. Wimberly and Harry Wimberly at- I'I '

j she wore black satin slippers and a Mr.( and Mr*. W. II. Griffin who [ Quite a number of Butlerites tended the revivial meeting being IN LIFE I I

i small black hat of pan velvet, ornamented ''have been visiting at Griffin and spent National Defense Day in held at the Baptist church at Max- .

1 with a burnt peacock: : feath '!other points in Georgia returned' to I Starke. 'ville. Thursday night.M. .
t j er. Miss Alvarez dress was of sand i their home here last Monday. Claude Edna and Nina Dowling, I I
L. Crews is spending a couple ,
:' i georgette beaded with amber. Mrs I I I Mr. and Mrs. A..A Durden and 'of Daytona entered the Union of days with his uncle Jack Osteen j II ,,
.i 'f E. S. Matthews, mother of the honor daughter Miss Hilda, Mrs. W. B. I County High School Monday. They at Maxville. I
I '"{ guest was attractive in a white emiVi I Alexander and daughter, Miss Wilma have teen poing in Daytona.Mrs I I
I broidered frock, and her daughter. Pearl, attended the dedication of I J. Bryan Dowlin has been i F. D. Lang and son were visitors Uncle Sam's
+ .. Miss Florence Matthews, was lovely I the Second Baptist church of quite sick for some time but her to Starke Friday. experts a recent Bulletin entitled

lIII i I in pink flowered georgette. Gainesville last Sunday.The I I many friends will, be glad to hear .f Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bennett left I "The Money Value of Education" have figured

Y I Mrs. Matthews was the fortunate I large Saxon farm northeast that she is somewhat better. i Saturday for Jacksonville: where that a College Education is worth 40000.
4 winner of the high prize a hand of town that has been listed for,t Mrs. J. R. Kelly' of MadisonV 1a 'they will be located in future. i iI'

rr i J painted fruit knife while Miss "sale with G. M. Inman who represents he guest of her mother Mrs. J. !B). Mrs., J. A. Starling spent Sunday j Will your boy have the of
; Mobile Edwards made low and received Strouts Agency was purchased Dow ling. here the guest of relatives. I advantage a College

t a daintily embroidered towel. I' last Friday by A. A. Meads, of CoL Smith Crews and wife, of A. A. Mersersau and Anthony 1 I : Training? The time to prepare for it is now.
i The honor guest was presented with Starke are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. !' Come in
'Mississippi. Mr. Mead has placed Mersersau left Sunday for Jackson- today and let us show how -
handsome pollychrorae book ends. (!the farm in charge of L. L. Bedenbaurh B. Dowling, parents of Mrs. Crew. ville where they have accepted posi I will
i J' The hostess, assisted by Miss for the present but he is I Friday September 12th a little tions. saving enable you to give that son of yours

' Mary Curtis Williams, of Key West, I|[I much pleased with this part of the I daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.J. L. Harley and Lawrence Dinkinswere 'I an education that will mean'a $40,000 start in life.

and Miss Mable Edwards served a 'I[r country and expects to make his E. Donald weighing: 10 pounds. business visitors here Satur- ,
I Ij
; beautifully appointed course of gold home in Florida some day. She will be called Lou Reeta. I'

and white brick cream with angel I The large sawmill owned by Paul Mrs. D. D. Davis of Miami, returned day.Mr.. and Mrs.( Oscar Wimberly and I

{ food and pound cake. The climax of I Waymer blew its Big Jim whistle I home Sunday after visiting!:; children and Mrs. Cooper of Starke, I II i
the party was reached when eachguest I her Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ad-
at 5 o'clock last Monday morning parents visited friends Jiere Friday. j
discovered' on her plate a I kins. I
} and began work on a larger scale i Mrs. Ida B. Williams and son I
bride and groom announcement card, 'than ever before. New machinery Misses ....v. Traxler and Thelma! were visitors to Lawtey' Saturday. I

i (bearing the words ""!llaro .JI.Je&J\ette i[has been added and the sheltering Dell, of AUchua, were the guests of H. C. Wimberly Jr. and A. A. I I BANK OF STARKE
I October 14th, 1924. Mr. Marcus F. I
facilities are better than they were Miss Henrietta Padgett last week. Crews motored to Archer and WilI I I

t, c It i Brown of Tampa and Miss Jeanette !when the mill closed in June. On September 6th a little son was liston Saturday on a business trip. I I ; The Bank of Service
f Matthews, of Starke, have a host of I The large cafe owned by J. F. Helpful
born to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Handley.On B. H. Ricks, W. M. Wimberly and
friends in the state 'who congratulate I
e t" Johnson is receiving its finishing September 9 h a little was H. C. Wimberly Jr. were visitors to
) son
; them on this happy culmination touch and will be for I ---
ready opera- born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Starke Monday. ----------.---.- ,
I -
j of their romance. : --- -
tion for the accommodation of the Floyd.: Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children are !
The playing bridge were: .
guests public within a few days I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Man
1 Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer, of San Francisco C. J. Weeks and wife of Jackson-: .. LAWTEY and family. 1 ItMX. ,

f ; Mrs. C. W. Denny, of Savannah i yule were the guests of Mr. Weeks' I and Mrs.( J. L. Strickland and I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
I | Lawte '
Miami Sept. 19-Rev. Bevis of 1
; Mr* Henry Freeman, of sister, Mrs. Elsie Sparkman last ) children have moved on their place'
RV I ; Mrs. Leo Blake and Mrs. J. C. 1 Tuesday. [Alabama was called as pastor of INMAN & RITCH
r fit, I I tb. again north-east of here after an II j
Adfcins. of Gainesville; Mrs R. E. Lawtey. Baptist church for the
i, Rev. Windham. of Waldo, filled absence of eight months spent at REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
{i\ I Rhodes, of Tallahassee; Miss Mary his regular appointment at the I year pinning October 1. 'I'Newberry and Bronson. I INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
t ,
Curtis Williams, of Key West Mrs. I '
.t "j I ; Methodist church last Sunday. Miss Eldridjre Reddish of Jacksonville 1 J. E. Ricketson, B. H. Ricks and. ACCIDENT LIFE. AUTOMOBILE, ""I,i
., J. T. Moore and Mrs. George Roberta Mrs. Easton of Orlando' is the j BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS ,
spent the week-end here (I. C. Wimberly Jr. were business ,
t of Lawtey; Mesdames* E. R.Neff of her Mrs. F. II.Cheaser. .
J guest mother I with her mother, :111':'. Sallie Red- visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. MADE PROMPTLY
t J. E. Corpeninff. E. M. Johns, this week. i dish. I

a J. L Fraiee. L. Wyman. R. J. Davis, Herbert Durden left last Saturday _______ I I I ZIFF -
r A. S. Crews, E. L. Bigs, O. L. Beas- for Tampa where he will attend Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter, : -
kjr. Catherine Davis W. E. Davis, school this year. Miss Joyce, spent from Friday to i| Zar Sept IIJ-Mr. and Mrs. R. "COtlO BETTER FERTILIZER BE JUDE WE WOULD: HAKE$ IT"

J. L. Peek. E.: M. Davis J. W. An- W. D. Johnson who has been located Sunday with relatives I.ere. i B. Thomas and little daughter. J.t7 lath< PrinIM .f tk. .M r.n..,. "I IMO- PURE" andGEM BRAVD3" w.
I Edward hazel were shopping in Brooker n.b rttaiaJ** PALL PSJCES. B_*u-4 of QUALITY for .... put f.rty wttl
J. Mitchell u
drrwa. Jr., r n
out of town has eomfortabUy Pl.dda G........ Fiton n.k .. .. ... .
R. Dr. and !II".- J. H. Carrodine and Saturday. $- *Utr ol* > V. UM ch .__.t the BEST lee r.
F. L. Turner
I Burns S. L. located in the J. E. Toney cottagenear aka 1W .M pii .at IXSCCTICIDES. SPRAYERS DUSTERS ...
I A. Weeks DeWitt C. Jones N. D. the school ground. [,son were visitors to Starke Sunday.I Ferris Lewis spent last Friday: in DUSTS.

; I Wainwright, J. C. Hoover, II. !L Miss Janette Durden who has I r I Mr. and Mrs.( _W. H. Edwards Starke. E .0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fk

I i ,I Vnnnof.--_.. -.. F.- Hatntrr. Florence- Pow- been the guest of her uncle A. A. and family moved' to Jacksonville Mr. anti Mrs. Harris Haward are
eU, E. S. Matthews F. F. Stump. A. Durden returned to her home in last week,- where Mr. -Edwards hasa the proud parents of a son born I

W. Anderson C. A. Futch. G. M.SUtrnnk. I. Tampa last Saturday. I position with the International September 6th.
N. Sternberir O. L. Hay- J. B. Thomas attended the big annual BOYS and GIRLS
Miss Daisy Moore of Theressa, Harvester Co. They sold their home
nee. C. A. Knight T. J. Alderman; meeting at LiUle Spring Satur- '
here this week.
was shopping here on Lake avenue to Mr. and Sell
t Misses Florence Matthews' Mable ,dav and Sunday. Centennial Buttons and make good
i .\. L. Sullivan and family who I Mr*. E. E. Burney, who will move 1 money
Wetler, Hilda Struth, Carolyn Fripp, | have spent the summer here n- in some time this week. Mrs. Bell Howard of Fairbanks] quickly. Florida's Centennial comes in November -
I Annie Darby, Mable Edwards Marirurite ''is spending the week here with her at Tallahassee. The
j Iturned to their home in Vero this lovely buttons show :
Shriver, Alike Tharin. I week.j : I I A. S. Strickland; of Kingsley lake brother-in-law, Harris Howard! five flags in'colors.Write '' II
Coming. in for tea were: Mrs.( I ,!I was in town on business Monday. i I Miss Rhoda Thomas and mother '
t j I Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes and Mr.:, in Brooker Saturday. at once giving references
Will Edwards Mrs. M. E. Edwards, ------- were shopping as to reliability.
, 'f' : Mrj G. W. Brown all of Lawtey; icing I A. N. Wilson who have been visi '[: Messrs. Daniel and.G. L. Futch j J. W. Lewis and! family spent last i FLORIDA STATE
Mrs. Rebecca.:: Alvarez Mrs. Paul E. Mrs. Haynes and Mr. Wilson'sfather I ana their families were called to week-end at New River with Mr. JOURNAL

s y ., Canova, Mn. E. E. Cano'\' &. MjJ.. at ThomasviUe, Ga.. return-I Vanderbilt last week on account of I and Mrs. W. M. Hodges. i Box 494 Tallahassee, Fla.
M. Alvarez Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and ed' to their home here last | the illness and death of their father, i! Miss Ollie Haugh spent the week- .

r Mrs. W. E. Middleton.rOTTER.HAYXES Mrs Budd, of Jacksonville, U visiting : Rev. L. C. Futch. which occured end with her home folks at Brad .

< I Mrs. W. u B. Roper. .. ;! September ford. -
LAKE BUTLER I Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hall of ;, We have so much trouble because SASH n
Friends here have received the -' I I Starke and their neice. Miss Jennie we make it for everybody .lse.I I LUMBER BRICK. UME
following: announcement Mr. and Lake Butler Sept., 19-Mr. Hull of Texas, were visitors to DOORS CEMENT

'Mrs. William Bryant Haynes, Sr. W. Hamilton and wife of J'I Lawtey Sunday evening. I "When they wanted to start a BUILDERS HARDWARESHERWIN.
announce the marriage of their town. returned" home Saturday j, newspaper at the Raiford prison

daughter, Allies Mae, to Mr. Lyman i:{I visiting relatives here. They are old I I II Ii i, J. IT. Moore returned home Friday farm they found that there was not SHERWIN. ...........
Henry Potter, Saturday September (I i residents of Lake Butler and their( night from Knoxville Tena, wherehe enough printing talent there to set a WILLIAMS to

the thirteenth nineteen hundred I['many friends were glad to see them. I has been spending the past six postal card much less get out anewspaper PAINT B.ildi.g I
Mrs. G. W. Coleman has returned weeks. I! KYANIZE.
I twenty-four, Fitzgerald, Georgia. i boasts the Baker County 1 sad
I front Atlanta where she has been to I ------- I .
At home after September twenty- j P. 1... Dinkins, of Jacksonville
I fourth. Suffolk \'. purchase a fine stock of goods for visited relatives here Sunday. I CONSUMERS LUMBER\ COMPANYSTARKE
her millinery! store The Mirror I

SUBSCRIBE TO J The Woman's Club entertained'/ L. H. Hill way a business visitor I CABBAGE DISEASES ,

THE TELEGRAPH Monday in honor of the teachers of to Starke Thursday
I Great losses to the cabbage crops


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Mr. and' Mrs. A. S. Bryan and Mrs J. II. I '0 .
I Fields and son, Charles Mrs. C. W. Denny and little : TYSON-ThIOiipSON I' :
children returned Monday to their who have the
spent summer here
daughter, !Margaret who have been 1
Bits of LocalInformation home in Ft. Lauderdale, after with her mother Mrs. Laura Powell, visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah L. !Mr. Joe Tyson, of Ralford, and ,
a spending a week with her parents, and other relatives left Saturday Hamriok
leave tomorrow for Miss Rosle Adlino Thompson, of
Mr. and Mrs W. A. Bessent Sr. '
morning for Clayton, Delaware, their home in Savannah.
They will
where Macclenny, were married by Judge '
they will reside in the future. be "
accompanied their
Edward Hodges the sixteen year by Frank on motor trip I R. A. Green, Wednesday at ten + 'i i
Carpenter. !Mrs. llamrick I
Concerning Our People, Butines and old son of !Mrs. Meta Hodges[ suc- Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Ray and little and Mrs. W. F. Swinyer will as o'clock .. m. 1,

Progres of the County and Town. cessfully passed his examinations daughter, Beth of Lake City came far aa Jacksonville with the party.go I I Mr. Tyson Is a young man highlyregarded f' :,
I and entered the U. S. Navy at last week to visit Mrs. Ray's parents -
by his while .
Hampton Roads September 1. Mr. and, Mrs. L. II. Partridge. J. T.Quigleynndseveralyong f"
-- .. m'nof his bride it one of Mucclenny's: fin
--- Mr. returned
.. Ray to Lake City Sunday his Sunday school class rendered ,
Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent Tuesdayin Col. A. Z. Adkins was in Tallahassee Misses Mona and Blanche Alderman but Mrs. Ray and daughter are an evening) service at the Hampton est young ladies. The many friend.
Jacksonville. last week attending to business Madge Middleton, Iris Epperson spending this week here. Baptist church last Sunday. Those of this poular young/ couple wish
and Isabel Fernandez went to them all happiness.
before the pardoning board. over for the service were:
Harold C. Wall spent the week- Tallahassee !Monday, where they Rev. George F. Scott, of Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Misses The news that the Senate will
will attend the Woman's College.G. has been here this week
end in Jacksonville. Mrs. Bessie Grant, of Jacksonville visiting Elizabeth Brownlee, Isabel Sullen broadcast its sessions has played '
spent the first of the week his brother, F. A. Scott. He spent Messrs. John Powell, Alvin Beck! havoc with the sale of rndta Instruments. j
Mrs\ F. L. Turner was in Jacksonville with Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. P. Jones, of Plant City and the past summer at Clayton Ga. and Tom Limbaugh and Herschell Cros .-Life, \
Tuesday evening.Col. Mrs C. E. Jones of Live Oak, are was enroute to Lakeland where he by. .

Misses Aileen Alvarez and Mary I spending this week with Mr. and will teach the coming term in

A. Z. Adkins made a business Curtis Williams, of Key West, mo- Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf. Mr. Jones Southern College.Men's Little !Miss Martha Powell celebrated f

trip to Tallahassee Tuesday.E. tored to Gainesville Monday after- is the father of Mrs. Holtzendorf. her seventh birthday unni-

noon. best grade overalls, versary Thursday afternoon at the

II Smith was a business visi- Miss Jennie Hull of El Paso $1.65, Saturday and Monday home of her grandparents Mr. and

tor to Jacksonville Tuesday.F. L. E. Miner, who is engineer in Texas arrived Saturday to visit J. M. Alvarez.Mrs. Mrs. Paul E. Canova. A large number

the city light plant at New Smyrna ':her uncle, N. B. Hull. Miss Hull is of her little friends came to

A. Crowder of Lake City, was spent the week-end here with his ''now spending a few days in Jacksonville J. M. Mitchell Mrs. W. F. make merry with her and bring her

here Wednesday on business. family. with her sister, Mrs. White. Swinyer of San Francisco, !Mrs beautiful presents. Games were

I Henry Freeman and little son, played on the lawn, after which delicious -

Howard Bracken, of the U. of F. Fifty pair of women's shoes I I Mrs Henry Freeman .and son, Henry Jr., of !Miami, Mrs. C. 'W. cake and cream were served.

spent Sunday here with friends.A. for $1 and Henry, Jr., of Miami, and visiting Denny and little daughter Margaret
a pair Saturday
her mother Mrs.Josephine' Edwards.Mr. and Mrs. S. F. llamrick motoredto Mr. and Mrs. 11. U. Fugatc anti,

Z. Adkins spent Tuesday in Monday J. M. Alvarez. I I Freeman was also week-end. Keystone Heights Thursday and Mr. 'and! Mrs.. A. tauiiotlc are visi

Palatka on professional business. I !guest here, but returned home Sunday hud luncheon at Keystone Inn. tlnifthoir parents, Mr. anti Mrs. W.
Mrs."John Shriver and daughter, (' I1'. !Mott. They have just returned
I ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Partridge Miss Marguerite have apartments. Judge B. A. Green has purchaseda from touring many cities\ of inteieii 4

-pent last Thursday in Jacksonville. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I II 400 acre tract of land from Tom in the north I : Syracuse N. Y. Washington .:
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and
Corpening. I I motored Reeves, lying between New River / R C., Niagara Fall. IV, {-
children to Jasper Sunday
L. II. Hill of Lawtey was a visitor i- and Itrooker. Mr. Green states that troit, Mii.h., Harrtaburg III. and .
being called there on account of tho '
to Starke Wednesday morning Miss Hilda Struth has returned 125 acres of this tract are already many other cities Mrs. Fuuatu toil,
sudden death early Sunday morning
home after spending several weeks :Mrs. Luuelotle will be rememberedhere
''of' Mr. R. L. cultivation, and he plans to
Misses Ethel Griffin and Lucile at Kingsley lake, the guest of Mrs.E. Mrs. Robinson's father improve tho entire acreage by clearing ax Misses Nell and Winifred t
Deal motored to Gainesville Satur- ML Johns. I I Lewis. Mott.
I and( setting to pecan tree ,
day. I Starke Bread is Good ",

In honor of National Defense Day I Earl Roberts, of Lawtey, spent Miss Louise Fernandez returned IIIOMAS-TIIOM\ I

Miss Williard Bishop, of Anthony J. T. Quigley had in front of his office the week-end with his sister, Mrs. home last week after a visit in Columbia Bread Because
E. L. BiggsMr.. Roberts left yesterday Mr. Leo G. Thomas, of St. Augustine -
is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. KNeflT. a large cannon, constructed of S. C. with MrR. Leon Hook.
tilings in Starke. for New Orleans where he will and lilies. Ads V. Thomax of
I While she also visited Mrs. F.
I enter Tulane University to study nway Graham, were united in marriage at I 1. Purest Ingredients f
medicine. "1 i*" S. Nanco, of Sumpter S. C. Mrs. I the courthouse Wednesday afternoon "
Capt. and Mrs S. A. Bryan left Charles A. Pergola, of Jacksonville 'J Are Used. ,
I Nance is remembered here Miss Notary Public K.: W. IlayeH
Saturday for a trip to New York has returned home after spend as

City. ing ten days at the home of Mr. and Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Augusta Cuttino, who was here several performing the ceremony.Mr. I 2. Mixed by Expert

Mrs. 'F'. L. Turner. sons, Hollls and Paul motored to months ago visiting Miss Fernandez Tlioniim is the son of Mr. and l ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns went to .. Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Hoi- !Nftt. R. Burrows, former resident"j Bread Makers.
Sarasota and Mrs. E. A. and lis remained In Gainesville and will
Tuesday spent several Ritter, of Sydney, of Starke, while his bride 1 in the I
days. Miss Louisa Stokes, of Columbia S. again be a student in the University 3. Baked Our Own
After a fellow gets through supporting attractive daughter of Mr. and' Mrs..1 I
C., are guests at the home of Mr. of Florida.
Ralph Sparkman and*son, Vasco, and Mrs C. S. Hutto. the Government and the' S. T. Thomas, of Graham. Sanitary Shop. .

of Tampa, are. here visiting rela- 1 Mrs. N. A. Butch, who has been criminal classes ho U almost an object They left immediately After the 4. Fresh From the '.

tives. Mrs. Otwell, of West Palm Beach, visiting her daughter. Mrs. T. N. of charity himself.-Columbia ceremony for their homo in St. Au
who has been the guest of her Limbaugh and Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Record, Oven Daily.
Mrs. S. S. Dowling has as a guest, daughter Mrs. J. L. Peek returned left Tuesday for De Lund where she II I III

her mother Mrs. Stroman of Talla- Wednesday to her home. will .upend sometime with her Little Ito Peep lost her vanity cast PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES
hassee.B. daughter Mrs. J. E. Futch.rENTAWORD. II I And Mhe Milt down to cry-
Mrs. May Dickens of Chester, S. I
Eli1' When along came a teahound and
R. Powers, of Clearwater wasa C., and her nephew Russell Wallace,
recent guest"' of his uncle, L. II of Sanford are guests of Mrs. W. L. : I softly Raid I STARKE BAKERYINSURANCE !

Partridge.Mrs. Wall and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. % "Take mine, my dear Oh my!I" ,
Fistula and Other Rectal Diseases I '1

E. M. Davis and little (lAugh.ter ; Misses Carolyn Fripp Mable Edwards II SuectMfnllr Treated fcy the "
Gene went to Jacksonville Mrs A. Z. Adkins and D. P. AMBULANT METHOD I

Wednesday. Carpenter attended an organ recitalin NV hoDplta. no or.-rnHnn, no nlxcnoo
I fnitn homo, no ! Gainesville Monday evening. with Bucial onifHiri m ntA.
Shepard Averitt.' of Jacksonville, FOB SALE-One Ford truck anti I Send for my Tree Booklet-- t J.
ix the guest of his counsin, Mrs. II. A little daughter was born to one Samson truck. Quigley BroomCo. "Curing Piles and Other Rr.-haDiseases"It ;
A Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green Saturday -19-2t I explains cvury-

morning, but Monday evening the thingDr.
Ceo. L. Dickerson
Genuine Bermuda onion sets, Flor- little life passed from this earth. MULE WANTED Large mule; I Agency Established 1886
must be cheap for cash. D. Bore',
ida bulk and seeds
Rye new garden 123Vi Main St. Oppoilte Kr M*
at White's. 9-12-3t Miss Margaret Long came down Starke. It. fforond Floor llyrnn Ill la.Pao. iI I
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from Jacksonville Saturday after- WANTED-Wood choppers for four J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
Miss Eunice Patterson, of Boston, noon and spent Sunday with her I
foot wood, $1 a cord. D. Boree,
Ga., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Long.
Starke. It.
C. L. Peek. .,Il iii fn..aIIllOllltts '1
!Mrs./John Booth and son, and FOB- LODGING OIt RENT-Furnished -

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams: of Mrs fo'Jnley Cannon of Gainesville, rooms with bath, toilet and --.--.- .-: -- .= .":.
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Lake Butler were visitors in town motored here Wednesday to have lavatory on Cherry street. W. K.Dougherty. I II

Wednesday. photographic work done by Hoover 0-10-tf
Brothers. __0'0'_ __ I i
Mrs. J. II. Hitch will spend the FOR SALE Strawberry plants I

week-end in Jacksonville with Mrs. My Fall and Winter hats are Bronke.Missionary Statko.and Klondyke.9.122t"'F A. I

C. D. Suddeth. in. Drop in and take a look. .J..J.M RltENT-Modern house with 7 A I

Mrs. N. A. Odom of St. Petersburg Alvarez. rooms bath and sleeping porch. L. I I II
is .the guest of her brother H.Partridge. tf. I
W.. J. Epperson.W. F. A. Ccott is at Lake, Geneva enjoying )
FOR SALE--8-room house und lot Dunce
a camping trip with E. N.

W. Finneran, of Jacksonville: Alexander and family, of Jackson- in good repair in and out. Walnut I II'

was the guest Sunday of Mr. and ville, and L. A. Wynn and family, of Street cream location, rash orterm. I Iii \fl I Ii
... Address Jay S. Brown, Box
Mrs. J. T. Quigley.Mrs. Hampton.
297! Plant City Fla. D19lt.is !! .

O. L. Beasley spent Sundayin Miss Eunice Perkins has been appointed i There j11j4 !

Tampa with her parents, Mr. and by Supt. II. B. Wiggins to
Mrs. A. C. purden. assist Miss Olive Ray in teachingthe 666 I
first grade in the public school

Hugh'Brownlee, Jr.; went to De- of Starke. a prescription for Malaria. Chills. ; 1 Was i
and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fe er.
Land last week and has entered II
Stetson University. Mrs Cora Green has returned to It kill the cerma.COFFINS :I I III \ V \NN. I

her home in Jacksonville after

' Mrs. L. M. DeSha of Waldo, is spending ten days with her daughters >ratfs awxttlr I

visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. L. Turner and Mrs. I & CASKETS m
William Struth, Sr. Mamie Garris. I IQ Youth, firM of all is human-and bring human it usually follow the path of !teat resilience That path U I
II Ad Full Lin. of
I a for ease, comfort, recreation and a good tim..
Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. T. J.Griffin Leo Witkovski who spent several U..Jer'alteu' .!J. ,.Ii.e I I II

, and Charlie Johns' motored to weeks here with his aunt, Mrs. E. '' AUTOMOBILE REAKsttAJwaye I Youth in it* experience thinks something may be had for nothing.. When youth does pause to considerthe
S. Matthews, has to Seneca S. '
Gainesville gone
Monday.G. C. where he will attend the coming .1 o* ba.... Th. best aenae. I tomorrow of middle age it thinks only of some vague distance; data with "plenty of time" to lay-by for a .
.( the ......t price. 8ffOaJ middle and old of I
term of school. I age plenty.
W. Baisden of Jacksonville attention to teUcraah! M.

spent Friday and Saturday In -a I'i.ter" Emb.l MT.DeWITT I i
Starke with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns and Cl -- Ii i But it isn't to. The world it full of men who wmted too long. They awakened to find youth gone--

little daughter. Gloria, have returned C. JONES and now look back on wasted day*--vaMed opportunities.. : I
Carr* Colley has gone to Gaines- home after spending several ; 1 II.I.I

ville to resume his studies in the months at their place "Drift Inn", ST ARJCE. FLA To wail U fatal. Start today, no matter how mail your savings may b.. W. can help I

University of Florida.E. on Kingsley lake. 17t02.efPRJ I you in many ways, first by paying to you 4 p.r cant compounded quarterly I on savings. !

Tee QaMM That Does Not Affect Tb. Heed I '
K. Perryman. who has spent Gary Ennis of Tampa spent the Beraiue. of It* tonic and laiatlve effect. LAXATIVE I MAKE THIS YOUR BANK
the summer months in Texas, returned weekend with his aunt, Mrs. J. W. by aD""BROMO.. without QUININE",can.inil f'sbi.t.t oervouniMa can be rlniJn4 taken
home Wednesday. Morgan and Monday went down to la the bead. E.W.GltUV E 5 ......."' ._ I"".. Sue.;

Gainesville to continue his studiesin FOB WOBKI.MJ i
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. J. W. the Florida University.Dr. beet of workers get out of sort! Bradford County Bank :
Andrews Jr. spent Tuesday in when the liver lade to act. They feel
Jacksonville: with relatives. J. J. Bullen returned 'Monday languid, half- ick, "blue" and discouraged;
and think they are Retting laxy. Neglectof I
from Norman Park Ga., where he them symptoms might result in a sick Established in 1886 t
Mrs. Roy Roberts of West Palm went to place his daughter Beatrice, IpI'lI. therefore the sensible course in to I
Beach and Mrs. Ernest Wells, of in school. He spent a week in that take a do .the medicine needed to purify the
I system !
thriving college town expressed!
Lawtey were /guests Monday at and restore the run and ambition of !
home of their brother Dr. E. L. himself as being well pleated with health. Price 60c. Bold by

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I \ .. b* OMMT* tba _..... it arranged for three-day short Bourses port last year, now reports that The old-fashioned boy who used to
uthwttolull's mint. eonkia-toni-*. ItoraUr. mad for next month. this year she has canned 166 quartsof ask his dad for a quarter to get hip I

'FARMERS! and FARMING products and set four hens. hair cut, now has a boy and a girl
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Pills I.uot DeSoto-Visited ten clubs this both hitting him for the price of

week. Silver loving cup is ottered to Citrus-Culled nine flocks; culled haircuts. -Phil Armstrong.A .
----- -- llMM QtwBtiM, sad MyMtml the girls' club coming with the out 60 flock
at up over per cent of every -
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ARTICLES; OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO October; all 12 clubs are working; for best results. Several have has her hair rolled.
HE I1EST SUITED TO OUR CO UNTY. ,I to the poultrymen of this and surrounding desperately to win. All schools of bought breeding birds this week.

counties. I working to make their Two Women are getting more like
\\, --- county are members are going into the
t -- I In'GE1'DLES Board, the following will attend the I I Madison-In checking up cotton grounds places of beauty; nice rash poultry business on big scale. men. Just the other day heard on'

LESS CORN MOKK FRUITS AND conference, Hpeaklng one or more yields I find that treated fields have I sum Is being offered as prize to cay damnitall plain smack out.WRBGLEYS.

; times: H. J. Wheeler, of the American yielded better than untreated; one school making best showing this St. Johns-Three pairs of cur-

By Spuds Johnson Agricultural Chemical Com- club boy has picked 803 pounds from way in next six months. tains were stenciled and one serving

Dear Spuds: This is written in pany; J. II. McLain and O. B. Mar- one acre, and next to this is an untreated tray made at Hilden club meeting' ,

Missouri\ one of the greatest corn- tin, both of the United States De- field of six acres which has Duval-At Muxville after talking this week. At Mill Creek three :fall' :

j growing regions in the wide world. partment of Agriculture; L. M.\ produced only 600 pounds. to the children about requirements hats and a kettle of grape preserveswere
for club work and for P
asking new made. meal
Rhodes, of the State Bureau J1Jter every
Relieve! me, they do that thing up Marketing Pi
Walton-Our farmers who used members, a little boy held up his
, here, I understand this state ranked ; Editor C. A. Cobb, of the I
the Florida 'method of boll weevil hand and said, "I want to join( the Holmes-In some of our clubs we A pleasantand
I fourth last year in corn. Iowa-tho I Southern Ruralist; Wilson Poponoe control are delighted with results. cocoon club;" with an older boy as are offering a prize to the lady who agreeableaweel

loading! producer of corn-borders agricultural explorer for the federal leader the club will l study the lifecycle I brings in the best bread and a prizeto and a

1 on the north, and Illinois and Nebraska j I government. Seminole-Jluch! new lantl Is being of butterflies and moths this the girl who writes the best ex- 1a.atlndbenefit 1
I Attending the conference for the cleared for Sweet as
-ranking second and third- crops. potato winter. planation of the school lunch. We
border on the east and west. first time will be R. F. Ward, newly club of Geneva held good meetingand lots well.
are making of jelly, some from
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Iowa produced 430,000,000. ( bushels ( appointed agent for Baker county. is preparing for a club camp. I'asco-\Ve are putting in a hot scuppernong and some from wild Good lorleetb.
bre.tbaDd -
of corn last year, Illinois cribbed R. A. Conkling, who resigned several school lunch at Gulf high school. grapes. digestion. A AMakes

337,000,000 bushels, Nebraska made. years ago as agent for Pulm Women's club of Elba Heights gave
272,000,000 bushels and Missouri Beach county, was recently reappointed I lilt wows. a community social Wednesday; it Marion Visited two canning- next cigar the
-- gathered 1U7.000.000! bushels And I to that position and will attend was the finest get-together meeting club girls and found they had filled taste better.

here comes an Interesting point, the conference. I A'.1oI we ever. had. 50 quart and 20 pint containers ,//L. I

? Florida made but 10,250,000 bushels '" --- I without the loss of one. ill / .
Leon-Called on 33 club members
That, Spuds, sounds tough but it
urging hem to get their work ready
is true. You know, I used to think I[Heads American
" fi for the contest. Also sent out circu- Legion
our corn crop amounted to something i
If? lar letter to all, making the same
And I've always talked about II appeal
, how we ought to grow a lot of corn

t down In our state. But I have another -i Undo JM' Okaloosa- One club girl-Laura t
idea about it now. John II1'IT Spiller-whom I could not get to re-

\' Why (should we tear our shirt tryIng .

It to grow something somebody The Joy of rendorin' service A Talk With Starke .
rite can beat us a mile doing? It is to our pmtVont feller men haH a a
met with God's approval, aence-
nil right for us to try to grow it ain't no tellin1 when! So, I T ManMr. L

PI enough for our stock. But when It greet the August mornin' with ( +tt 14 Constipation to :21 Days Cured I.

> comes to making corn to sell as corn rejuvenated pluck, an' devote my PEPSIN" 1st a specially-

:' then, we're all wrong. Man alive, we truck.artlst-entrgy\ to raisin' garden Daujfherty Tells Something of Tonic-Laxative for Habitual

+ just don't have land like they got up I reckon there if millions in Interest to Starke I"olks.There's It relieves promptly and
Et \ for 14 21
regularly to days
) here. You don't see yellow dirt
any the hole that reaches Oil-but,
It Stimulates and
tea; i right under the surface here. a feller sleep lots sounder as a than nothing more convincing action.Pleasant to Take. 60c
tiller of the .oll.--tbere's too the statement of someone you
r We were not cut out to grow big blame debit to a "pool" know and have confidence in. That'l f

crops of corn. The thing we can do that ain't many been (truck,-I'd why this talk with Mr. Dougherty of TIME TABLE
is grow fruits and vegetables. I'm ruther handle credits as I hoe Cherry street, should be mighty helpful -
thoroughly convinced of that my garden truck. in Starke. ( May 11, 1924))
now. W. E. Daugherty, minister, Cherry'
With around
We can do that as they can't. We \ everything me N St., Starke, says: "I suffered from
fairly leapin to taste,
are just as fur ahead of them whenit with appetite so my capable that : terrible backaches. It was difficult to Starke at 11.33 p. m. i
Edward E
get around and I couldn't work much
comes to quick-growing fruits nothin' to waste-if that a. m.
!foes elected
In garden with the terrible vas
my painsIn
and vegetables as they are ahead of ain't life s completeness, then I my back. The kidney secretion jf the Key, 5:00: p. m.
I can'ttake
reckon I stuck-but
; us in this corn and outs business. 1 time am to when I'm passed too often. I used Dnan'a Pills Sixth Annual 1:16: p. m.
wa talking to a farmer up here and nlsln garden truck argy.I and was cured of the attack." year at St. Paul

/, ho was griping about not being able If we foller out our ruther*-- Mr. Daugherty Is only one of many born in Vermont Starke 5:08 a. m. ,
i Starke who have New York.
people gratefully endorsed in
then our life Is like a ,-the I ItL
to some' of our tropical plant! song
grow I Dean's Pills. If your backaches : p. m.
cabbage and onion sett
1 ', t l', I Raid, "Friend, let me tell you stick dont treat plant a feller wrong.--then -if your kidneys bother you, RUINED dar Key, 8:50 a. m. I
l 'F to thoso things you can grow best I the crispy, crinkly lettuoe-an'the don't simply ask for a kidney PILL 5:57: p. m.
-ask By neglect they (
And from now on tHut's what I am sweat corn in the shuck-wecan't distinctly for DOAN'S let ; !
the same that Mr. Daugherty had- you them go.
r '. going to do down in Florida. I raisin'Ignore garden the truck dividends! from the remedy backed by home testi Leonardi's Golden Starke 7:40 a. m. ,
f t: Well Spuds, I think I'm leaving mony. 00 cents at all stores Foster. soreness without Starke 3:15 p. m.
b 1 here in a day or two. Will be back I Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Cools heals and T. J. GRIFFIN I
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"When Your Back ia Lame Remember having
homo in time to the and
I get sprayer urocaT the Name." strong eyes. At all Agent i,
praying. material. ready to spray I
the for fall whitefly. Yours Ruth! Malcolmnon of Philal '=.::==--= = I
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I oranges phm, 1H, voilet eyes, long gc.i.
i truly. JOE. curls. and using: n>> cosmetic, I Il''OU.
the winner of the' annual Nati -
KILL ANTS IN SEEIHIEEDS Beauty content at Atlantic C :

1ik :, Ants often get into seedbeds and HELP: IMtOl'ElT. : FLOKIDA'S I have told you so often about terminal talked locksmiths to become !
'i with "no chance" who
teal the seed. Besides this annoyance I. FISH AND GAME con-
l& away to that end she
rat difficulties
( they cause more trouble by hardships locksmith's
: nEI'OUTSI. Every hunter and fisherman must I thereafter to fame and
building their nests right in the rose Marine locks
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beds the plants. For come to their senses and help pre- tune that It Is only fair now to To get business
among I Baker-We held a tobacco meetIng serve the fish and of Florida. 'I 1 you about a woman Who won I docks and Miller and play
these it Is advisable to destroy game
i ? reasons her. Before two>>
She Is Mis. the masters
in cess. Josephine :
Macclenny on Monday
; many
, all ant nests near the seedbeds If they do not in ten years there she employ-
:; .bio Miller of New Orleans.In docked at the port was
'j before. planting them, according to |farmers attended; about 75) acres will be no fish and game. 1908 when Mrs. Millar was I Results of a UNDERTAKERS'u. of helpers, had

J. It. Watson, entomologist of the ,pledged for tobacco next year, but I At the rate they have been going cnty-one, her young husband slow and poverty shop and.
Florida Experiment Station. I unless we get sufficient acreage to for the past ten years a fish or a .d. Death had followed a long she stuck to her hoyering abort
hire a tobacco demonstrator we Incas and in its wake came ex- during the spring About four years
I To do this, nothing is better than :shall not plant. bird will be a prize. Some say that "Jme poverty, large unpaid debts, year she entered buildings, housing
t. u solution made by, mixing together they are not diminishing, but this is e problem of what she, sickly number of !) and the
j' an onuce of potassium or of sodium I Santa Rosa-Forty of our farmers because that they do not know. Aska nil 1 weak and inexperienced was ; pletely overhaul Banks wen
I and of water. To who has lived in the woods > do, and a future almost devoid locks of a bids for locks
cyanide a gallon united in a cooperative association person I let. Mrn. Mil
I prospects. Mr. Miller had been put In for repair !
; apply, with a stick punch a hole Tuesday. and on the lakes, they will tell you, locksmith. the contract. *. Today Mrs.

about a foot deep through the main I'I'I' I because. they know. Every redblooded During the same year of her fame began to : is a large! ODe
j entrance to tho ant nest and pour in Hillsborough Some fall vegetable -I I sportsman of Florida should see husband death Mrs. Miller de came the custom a speetetti*.

{ I II I' a few tabloaooonfula of the solution. I,' crops have been planted; ,i,that laws are made and enforced to

t m'- When it has' soaked up, cover the strawberry growers are preparingfor protect the fish and game in their

Ij hole with earth and trump the surface the winter crop. Have citrus club spawning and mating seasons. We

t. solid. The gas given off will at Antioch; gave it first lesson this | should all help by not dynamiting,

i rti. penetrate the galleries and kill all week, showing the boys how to (I seining, shooting or trapping fish; .

j'( the adults and pupae in the nest. study insects through magnifying by not shooting birds out of season, 'AS I PROMISED &LE'AtjC.:4'! ::,: I

.. This treatment should be given at {Classes.Oseola. I lor killing over the alloted number. FOLKS TAKE HER. TO SSG A SH'NI. : /
I night or curly in the morning when 'But, more than all we must report IKI TWB. CITY NEXT .... i
1. Our growers' association NI&HT GUSSS! i o BETTER I
most of the adults are at home. Car I those that do such, then let the law -TM1 SEATS RESERVED
has for next IMOWOPEQATOR.
i employed a manager I NOUR i
bon bisulphide may be used in the I take its course.
a eight months 16 look after growers''interests Y
sane way, but it Is more expensive in selling and marketing I We have had the thrill of struggling TOWN : % _'

und is highly inflammable. strawberries and other truck crops. with the finny tribe. We have G-tva MB ,/ (i iV

rLORU EXTENSION: AGENTSTO i had the thrill of shooting game. MAIM 1809 .
Okaloosa Farmers are busy I Shall we, fellow-sportsman, allow I. SAY
( picking a satisfactory cotton crop; the game and fish to be slowly but I The

1 county and home demonstration yields: especially! good where poison I|I surely extermanated before our very I Wrong ..,, RE5sgvtiA

I agents of Florida have been woe used to control the boll weevil. eyes? Think of our children and I Number FOR Box

1 called, to meet at the University of Wakulla Have made arrangements grandchildren! They would like to I Two
Florida, Gainesville! the week of have these same pleasures and -
to have some kind of county I
( September 22-21)!) for their thirteenth sports that we have hat!. By
} fair; arrangements will follow. I
annual conference And for this reason let us all get

This order ulTects nearly forty !Marion New movie projector busy and see that such laws are : Edward .

I" county agents and about thirty add current generator that the past,>d but more than all see that .

I home demonstration agents in more Chamber of Commerce purchased they are enforced. ,; -!cCuHoughtUTOCASTER
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'r" than fifty counties of the state, fromI" for county extension agents has 7 / 1
Punsacola to Miami and from Jacksonville been delivered; we are now planninga
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j 'J"1 I to Hendry County. The purpose full series of meetings in which to .
.\ of the gathering is io study the use this machine. _M4 bi

I .P e many and problems home of economics these agricultural workers- Duval-We have: agreed to coop- .\GE.'iTS'REPORTS. . . TRYING SAVTOU 1X3 KID I

\ from many angles; by which they erate with a well known incubator Columbia-One club member reports MB ? WHAT'S TM' i ._

t r r must be approached. which is considering putting in. a selling 200 \pounds of fryers IDeA? Alrt'T
large hatchery in Jacksonville this this week. Our first community fair THI* TH PALACE
Besides the ollk-iuU\ of the Agricultural -
I Extension Division and the we believe will be considerable help will be held! November 5: several 'THEATRE"I

i staffs and faculties! of the College I neighboring communities will take
I To Stop a Cough Quick
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4 cif Agriculture and State Plant ,
i Norimra LIKE IT ON EARTH cough medicine which slops the cough by I Alachua Fifty girls attended
healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. Club meeting at Melrose Friday;
h The new treatment for torn flesh, cuts,
wounds, sorm or I Inrrrntiona thnt is doing A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE demonstrated improving the girl's
such wonderful work in flesh healing M !SALVE! for Chest Colds Head Colds and bedroom. At two ichool visited all
the Boroxone liquid and powder combina Croup Is enclosed' with every bottle of
don treatment. The liquid Boroione is HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
a powerful antiseptic that puntiea the should be rubbed on the chest and throat 9i'i
r wound of all poisons and infectious germs, of children suffering from a Cold or Croup-I l
while the Boroione powder i ia the great Th.Hr.lln1 effort. of Hay..' H*.lln ., ""IW.,1:,
/ .Ul*lh..thrust mmblnrd with the "..1.". ((fact ofrrw
healer. There is nothing like it on earth .... O-P....-Tr.t. Sal through the pone of LEWIS EVE WATER
for speed safety and efficiency. Price h.dim DonMop.a couth.
(liquid) abet tiOo and 120. Powder 30o Bbch 'combined pnh.d la MM canes and OM
I and 60o. Bold by COM of the p.atre.t U wasJust I I

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Economy doesn't consist in using There are two million laws n.r.... .
In .
July' 1. lois ___
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f : 85 cents worth of to find store. R c.li.t*' during- month .I... ** *ukm "7* the elsct' ,. of th. atato
a1lif4 gas a force in the United States. If a man .v..nta jatwl durlii month $ the .neral election, to b* held on th. n...

: : that: sells the things for 15 cents could familiarize himself with ten Hal Au....l. lua:IJI.t.. ..., N.. u __-____ $ ( itP.* *.'1924.after for the ratlflcatlon llnit Monday or. 'In rejection November. to!:

Temptations kt It. Youngstown Vindicator.A of them each day ho would be nuali- Rarvlpt Balance' July durlnir 1. month 11184 .? Section II. No tax upon InhcrlUnco or up.

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fled to not n* it Inw-nbiilinn citizen Warrant. |l..ausd I durlnv month ..' ., of mldenta or cltliena of this
certain: Scotch professor was ilal I Au.. |. HIM shill he Invled by the State of Florida.
in the short of nix thousand n. 'h nh_ under it* authority and ther
apace shell he ,..
I Ulatrtrl .... II
left a widower In his old age. Not from taxation to the head
Ilalaneo of
July I. a family
-- Southern _
years. Lumberman.To 1921 .__
Idln.. la this
State. hoiuehold .. .
R''''.'|''* durlnir .10 and
month .
I very long after he suddenly announced .. ....n.1 .." ..... 10 the valu. or
Warranu. Five
CLKT1SS WRIGHT TilE GENTLEMAN his. "You see the moon well there'sa Ambition Youth lanunl durin. month \ 0..11.... Hu..d..a
his intention of marrying Ilal Auv I. 1D24 _... ..__. ,
lady up there and there's also a e Hush, little mustache ()"..rlrt 2',.. u JOINT RESOLtnroN:
man. I'm the again half apologetically adding Balance July |. i9tt: .. Propoalna an
lady and you're the
J'ever see her?" I asked Curt Don't you cry.You'll Kxevlpt .lurlnu month ._ I Amendment.to Article VIII of tha Conatltn.
man. Their profiles touch like this "I never would have thought of it, if Warrant* l 9.u'd during month : lion of the Slat of Florida. relative to Cltie
.. Wright laconically when we Lizzie hadn't died." Ket in the coffee.By Hal Auir. t. i4 .__."_... anil) ('.'cot....
and er, they kiss each other. anil DUIH... tt n..I..1 by the Leicl.latur
climbed the "y.r N It of I'h. Slats
steep slopes of
had the C Florida
nnlanni July I.
HU4 .
sand-dunes and had settled My was against his. My eyes R,' .llita durlnir:: month" _. ; That the r"U".ln. amendment to Article
ourselves --------
closed expectantly and my lipspartl.'d. ". I"' I n""lth of th, Conatltutlon of the SUte of

snugly. ( Bancbait a .. a.' Aui. 1. 'm4aur1n"--"__"""._""" :' J? ( ....rii''*.. to .It"I.." "n 9 <>f ...Id.11.1.
August 1. VIM .
"Whom ? he 1914. and the
was slitting besideme He caught me by the shouldersand 8TTK: orCOUNTY "LORII' f T. 10 'h.. ..". aareed to and hall be .ub...,...
while I stretched my full lengthin OF nRAUKORO. to Ih. rlectom' of the State al the reneral
his voice was tremulous. I ntr..by ...tfp that tie fnMnlnir ..U..n U, be held on the Snot Tne. l", after

the soft sand that sparkled with "Don't Sallie for God's sake m.nt of the ....lpui and ...... Brat.. .Monday. In No......... A. D., 1924 for
the arhnot or .rejection
funda of tn-wlt
the hard gliitter of diamonds. Bradford Count?, ) :
child you mustn't rlay games like month of July 1924 la true and < Section 9 The l-enlalatur. .hall' hav. power
"Why the lady in the moon, up that. You don't know what to th. baat of mw k.ol.dg.\ and boIl.f eetabllah. change and abollih a local' .
you'redoing. 'n'
H extendlnir territorially' throughout
yonder. '...." ". In the ...
Look at me, he ordered, County 8uo. ... 1'1. "' all county dl*-
"Um-nope, don't believe I ever municipal and! local imvernment. biwrd*.
"where do you pick up such and 0".1.1a.' coutltutlonal _
or u.
have he answered. '. l"..t.lattve. executive
things ? J. L. FRAZEB or judicial) and
"Wanna ?" I hurried to the preerrihe the jilriedictlon pow... diitlea
get at "Ted Billings taught me. ATTORNEY AND 01 (function of inch .....'...m.nt. its 1..1.'..
point and I tried to remember all exeentlv* and. judicial' ,department and
"Ted Billing! eh, the young .hnnnln. bodice and ,
Say "Bayer" Insist! AT LAWPOSTOFFICE officiate to dlvld the
the preliminaries just as Ted had devil! lIe Interrupted. 'IH2rr. '"''"de-t In uch (.....nmonl Into

first! shown her to me at the Country BUILDING ..rd.n.l.. dletrict. and to preeeribo. a ju. .t
"Oh don't be so proper" I cajoled reasonable' ........ of taxation. for uncut.
Club that evening. I Pain Headache STARKE, FLA. "... and dlatrlcta : exbtlnv and ",Iu..
"this time you really will see "..", '"....b..n_ .hall be and remain de

"I can not cay that I am overly her." And I turned my face up to Neuralgia Rheumatism NOTICE- In area and taxahl*. liability ; a home.
for I ..1! In a rural area .hall
anxious to go searching some not be limited aa
his but he drew away sharply. Notice. I I. hereby .riven' that the ''' In a city or town hut no letl.latlnn under
vague and ethereal creature," he responded "No thanks I don't believe I care Lumbago Colds ileacrllHil Ion,). will .... aolu at piihllo I .* ....tI..n .....11 he *"*..tI". until a major!
Hun th.) MK.-r MONDAY I In I oft .
!: 1 I hielector. In the county. who .hall
"moreover my eyes seem for Kisses! He B '"24. It Wlinc th* nth day of '1 ,. thrrenn .
mid) at election
your Community Accept only a an for the 1'''''''. ....
loath to leave the lady in the present before the imrthoum.* Door at Htarke., I I I wh. are qualified to vote for member. nf
stood up his eyes looking toward S cxfe' Bradford county. State of Florida. I teulelatur .hall vote In favor of luchj
landscape. Je suis content my the white-caps of the ocean as if he Baver package mush thervof .. will bo n........", tu I' .'. ... .
Romany maiden" he laughinglyadded. amount due for t.". aet nipo.ll, tho ,
were utterly oblivious of my exist which contains directions Uniether with tho coel of uch sot,. JOINT RRSOMTT1ON: Propnilnv an
proven .11.,,",. 4'. A. HUTCH fax .... AniiMi.lini.nl ti. Artlcln' 12. Section 17, n(
; ence. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet lot It of nik B. Uvlnu.ton" Truby thn Con.tltullon of the !Stole, of .,..rld..
None; of the in crowd i
boys our j I "Oh Mr. Wright" I called to ALio bottles of 24 an< ktld.. Sue 2M, 1'wp. a, Kiinv II].. .11. ","nlln" to the 'lutinnc. ,, nf. llnnila by Special
I 110o-DruA'gIBts
talked in words of more than one :[ Maaon .. .____._h___.-.-.--.___.. Tax School IM.trict and the le\y of a TaC ',
(I him, "if it isn't against your puritanical A""lrla" I. the trmta mark of Bayer Maimrautur to Create a Sinking Fund for thn I'.rm.nt ',.i 1
liable and it fascinated me to hear of Uonoacetlcaclileater of : 'i aJA'IIJoN'IIoUrIJ of .
M> principles I'd like very S.llcyllGactd ( : / ,: lh Pilnclpal and Intercut Thereon "
his French phrases which he usedso It RenoKed by the t.ruUlntur. of the Slat
much for you to go and dig me up a '5,. _ I In Court of County JuiHii-'' County uf | .'f Florid i 1
naturally that even a person with asS foul I. stntw of honda That l Ih,. follow I anu'iidmcnt of Rretlnn. "..
little snifter."A Nolicu) I. hitrvby .lv,n to nil whom II of Article' 1 I. of the Conntltntlan of thcRtat : '
could. :
a smattering of the language little drink Mr. Holier-than- I o'''..'','. that I. N. J. Muoni,. a* !.,,. Florldn a. ratlNnl at the (Inner) Icetlon: i '
comprehend their meaning. I Stanley "Buck" Harris, tb kMinagor of (ho *KmatiNif, Luollii C. Mouro, a Rtrt'o'ntstlvn. held' In 'the year nf 1012 he
thou person. I was sitting up andI of the Washington base* will mi th.. 27th day of SvpUmlior, .! the some I la hereby axreed tn and ahall '.e

thought his conversation was not shook my finger at him. "And tasil team who has fans the court 1\I\ -'4. at 10, 'IU a. m. or a* soon tho", .|"" ..d to tho I'U...'toni t>f the "'.1.. at the ... i
an the. nintu-r b. hoard. .1 Irneral Flection of llepreeentatlvea "
may apply to
unlike the French clothing tu
:, when you return we'll talk it all t' Over rooting for him to win Hun..nil.U. It A. irmn, County Juilva In 'I I I held In th" year I\12'. for ratification ..r J

us he did, the most platitudinous cM American League Pennant. (or 'niil )llra.lfi'id' County at his. oUI. .... .... That .aid Mellon |11 .hull b.O .
charm and majesty. over. I'll even listen to your complaint tw I In his early twenties harris Stork<>. !h'lnils. In soul. County, for I .........1 .na to awl an follows :
compliments in about my morals." tha di. >r .h> Hi ll. at publlo or prlvatu ...1.. $rn'llli |17. Ihe LiiiliOnlure' moo ,provide :.
Ills vocabulary too, was compelling. 4 youngest manager In the soil mliuirH IitoflSt tawit : I *|H...lal. tax ..h..... district to 'Inane liontta "
"I beg your pardon, I assure you Seems to me that wattln is big leagues.ii A ,.n..-,..firth undlvldi'd' lnt, n..t In i. I UM, ..xcliuilve eec .., ,,,,hll. free xrhoola 1 '

I pondered his last pretty tributei it was not my intention tu mcddlo. the bosom friend of Find lh. fiillowlnir dooribi'd anal soloS" il. ... eon ....h .|>eclal lax ........1 .illntriot. .
and! turned head to look at him pain. and bvlnir I In Mtnrkv. Hradfonl County in Mr a majority of thi. qualified .cli.ctnra. ,I.
my What shall it be, I am at your serv- the thing. exemplified in waitm' Id.. to-wlti ,.:rrnf who are fmeholilera .hall voto In ,
while he made playhouses and let Tho East half of I..>t* Numbvroil on.. n f ii,,. laauanca of such bond. but nn i ',
his Ha ice ? far a train. Feller waits fer nil !III II IJ II II IIIB11I1 1131 and thnv of Ulock. Numlwr two I ,..I.. Hhnll I In. 'Limed hero-tindir which nhall'I :

the sand run through fingers. "Doesn't matter. Whatever you anything he'd fllrtln' with despair I Wynn'a addition to the town of ....,,,1. toui was undeniably handsome and his Florida, in Northwcat IjunrUfr of *, of nuch .'.....Inl tax Mchonl. diHtrlct 20 per
can manage. but-worst of all i Is t Old Folks'Ailments m. Uuartor. .,I Mrcttuil 25. Townahlp 6. nf i Ihe aeMiwicd .value of the taxahl prop .
body graceful, with that indefinable lIe bowed courteously and depart waitin' while the barber's bobbin' Kanii. 22 bant.L of inch dl.trlct aecorillnv to the lad ..- ,
something about it that suggests t >HUK.| this a.lnl: "R y of Ailviwt. A. I). :; nt for Rlnte anil County piirpiwea prior
ed. the Imiulnir, nf .nth Imndit:i \
hair! N. J. ) !: I Any hondii' I* 1
agility and a splendid fitness to 111 mil H-l9-6t-0-26: Cu.nllun I.ilellv ('. Muur*. *.1! hen'under .hall lectmte ,payable within
Once again I lay supine the soft Feller in a hurry, mighty --- --- snare. from the ".1. of i.minnce In att- J
meet any emergency. Reserve anxious III K:* NOTICE OK I-I.U TltN 11I1 iiiHlallmenl which .hall commence not
sand soothing. With hands fer a ahuvo. Got a ,
strength was there too, and yet I' my M "I began taking: BUck- ." than threw yeara after lite data of ion,..
under my head I lost myself in the million duties tar the time he VMS Draught fifty is*" To the RhrrllT of Uradfor l County of .. annual) installment .hall .h* not 1 lejM j
had an idea tht in love he mightbe over years aft Hl.(. of litrlda. n three per cunt of the total of
glories of the moonlight. Surely hopes to save ITnzta bents him Kj and : : = ,: : :'I' 'rt l'I. '
gentle I ; ] my expenunco with itaim B II. II Known. Chat I. II Clay I I.Miie, Whenever any .urn. I Ian
as as a Nature had made Florida" a !garden- to it, which! of coo. to! ix on thi,. stretches over a good long Hi-crotary of HUto of the RUI, of .' h.... distrIct ha. ...1..1 In fnvor of th. I..
gazed up at the stars. The beau- time," Mr. Joe A. Blake- "I do h.rby vlv. nntlr. that a ,, of atich .bond a aiieclal tax fur the
spot for lovers. Lovers, ah-if Cur- square-but, Mazie is a fairy- says t.KNKKAL; KLKCTIUN ,,,,.... of the !Intenxit, on .aid bond and the

ty of the tropical night seemed to this Wright had kissed me. bell with half a day to ripare1Waitin' Kf more a Civil War veteran ..# Will b* held In llradrord. County. '. ... thereof a* the ..,n. ,....11 hesom.i .
enter my being. No wonder the art and former Virj-lnlan/ who i is RJIII Morlila., on. T..I., n..xt *iiariiHlln" i ... and payable, shall hu levleil on the taxahl
A shadow huge and terrible, fell in the barber-shop *;! now a prominent citizen of lint Monday In Nov""' ,...., A. D. 1924. ''1'.'", within the dliilrlcl votlnii fur their
whole world beginning to love .... ..
was 11I'1.10 Maid TutwdHy bttlnv the In accordance with 'law provldlnir. for
Florida. Even the moonlight across the sand in front of me whereI w.th: bristles on yer face. Hateto HO Floyd lex. 4. "It is tho best M''" ruUKTII hAY DP NOVKMIIERKor .te\y of I.,.* anil ....h lax .hall not b*
It couldn't be Mr. see the Beauty-Parler shove ma laxative I know of for old D 1 4I I. III) I'raaldi-ntlal. KliwtoraKor : to any purpxi. other than the par
different and the stars there was dreaming. A .. of the principal and, Internet of laid
up Pfoplo. !Rood many y ars onn IUpn<. ntatlv. of the Srrond
were friendly. Big yellow ones outlined Wright I thought quickly, the Inn ua out of place! Might as well Pill! ago, in Virginia 1 lifted to 11I11Io iiiIII'a ._.h..1 liintrlct of thn Htat of f>' ..

the dipper. Florida stars was a half mile off and he had only be reconciled to things that has !| get bilious and 'i found that lilt In Hllilr the.. ty-nlnth Coni
to be,-but where we're fetchin' Fur ntent (if Rertlon- H of Article 7 of the Con
been few momenta. llovrnnr of the Btjito of Florlda. .
then the wind in the palms sighinglike gone a I at.-is a mystery to me! mwni For HoeraUiry of Slate' of tha Htat, of .and'I.Hliillon, of the Utate of Florida, 'lUlatlna
a restless virgin waiting for ; I could stand it no longer. I look :li Thedfcrd'sBLACKDRAUGHT ai tor Attornvy fjvnnral of the Stai. of .to Ceo,... and Apportionment.
I For Comptroller of the 81.'. of Plorldn It Hf.nlve.1 h, ills Leirlalalur. of the Slat
life and its completness. ed behind and as I moved my headI 1 ("or TrraMiirvr of tb* fltalu of FlorlilnTor of Florida, I

It like Curtiss and I saw a man coming unsteadily in / 1i".I..I."t, of I'ubll "" That the follnwlnir amendment, of SectIon
Wright ( .
was .. .
: the Miatn,; f Kliirlila. 1 of Article 7 of 1) Coii.llliitlun,, of the fllat,*
were off on some desert island the my direction.I For Commlmlonr of Agriculture of Klorld. rvlatlnv ,.. ('....... and Apportion-. '.
Mist,, of Florida.For .nt. h.. and the cern In, hereby cured tn ,
stretch of the sand-dunes only emphasized -I tried to scream and couldn't. In Two .fuMIr** of the Huprm shall I be. ubmlttrd .to the lictur. of the I
Miirlda.. .. ,* ..? Florliln. fnr niiproval or roj(>ctlnn at T.
seclusion. the thi- Stain 'f <
our Long ago a twinkling I realized that I was at
next General Election: of letiriii nlntlve
I For' Two Mnilrnad (;xmimliMlnnera of the
voices of the swimmers had been his mercy for the beach: hud long tfIJ the bt"3t ntid iiirkost| reD I ,.r i I.'lurlilaFnr l 10.. )held the II"I Turadnv, after tliu, SpitS

lie .' I I"o.ui. S > I Sl.. Honalor for !IRth Senatorial In November. A. I) 1021 : thai I*
cum tf
.ct. ''
lost in the distance. I i since been deserted. t. : |rn)'|M| of thu Him, nf FIni.ia .... that Section 1 ..f Article. 7 of the
te'c. i hu. lulioua
: to e J'jr'I .
j .'" ", of of
the HUle Florid hall b
"Well do you want to see her?" I, As I jumped to my. feet he lurched O utUf, '.i. e'. 'ry r,jw atl' I then-- ? For tnllviw two M,,',,"th'........State of the of 1mbps Florida.. of ..., .,! to read. a* follow, i *
-- l'8m
--- - -- -
I queried moved nearer to my companion -, forward and towered over me. I \ : a III.n: will) J"l in ;K'u ..iiyRKi For County ,Juitu, Section II. 1 h. Iev.lalatiire that shell meet
'I OUT WORMS: wli-r ', i I It 110"I I I flinl For Sh.rllfKor reuulHr' m..1.." A. f) I 1l2!) and Ih"i ". that
and putting my face close to'I (To be continued) The urrtit sign of worms in children I ;;t1I! yol 'ttrfHU Clerk of Circuit Court.Fnr meet. every ten year thereafter, .halt
: PUtt a I 'I'l !I":,nil Di.i4ht County ass_ ., of laJIM.LVir .....11.I ." 41... II..,pn.*i.ntatlun In the H.."..*.
: palunctw, lack of mtoruHt in pi iv, fretfulness < BtruiKhlnn out < dish provide' for I thirty.eliiht. I IHl Ii.. .
-- -- --------- -- .1ii1J i n me "pjjp: Tax Collxlort'nr I -
varmhln appetite( nicking at tho After n f.w ,j Ji n < In Little or : Connlv Superlntenilunt of rublw lot) I IM.tilcu. .".h niatrlel"* to be a. nearly/
I ,
Not so long ago the women were We presume that "sls y page" to nose and Bullion Blurting( in sleep Wh 'n fIII'Ct1I! no 'lineI'm all iiiit! n '.:iin." 11I1"IlIWo* NtrurtlonFor 1".1 In ,.op, ..lain' ... ,praetleable. ,lut,, no r,

wearing short skirts and displayingmore bo conducted by a Los Angeles pn- tllIII\Vhito'a! symptoms Crt'iuu: appear it id time to give; iiP.! TKJ.:' 'rtl'a Tti.u'-ni..ught gp I'.r County l>lvv County Surveyor CommUalnnnra.For ':r'':,n':uhall: and be divided each ni.trlet In mnklnir.hall 1 .ufh have' on np.* ; t1.

VerrniftiRr A.few dom-a ; ". anil, nt the acm.' lime the l...,.)
la a purelyKotnbli'! liver Three Mi'mWra nf the ..... *- 1
Iar County '
or less misshapen calves and will feature those sweet drives out tho my ,Nhall .1...
and '*
ptjr youngfellows worm puts tIm, little I IfIIr !' ai'lMirtion the /I.n'all..n
me'linn" :1o-lln \ for Public Instruction.For
: Amct'\
one the lIlrl to health !: the, If'..... of llerireatintatlve' *. and uhall .1-.1I. I
on ,
uucain. White's .
; I untie I vf the p.. In and for tho
bowlegs and the who (tiJ Bw 1 .
wrist .
now men are wearing wear dainty Cream over eifrhtj' yr-ra.. it acts on thrm* (III> Repreeenlatlve to each of th.
hits Dlalrlotii. vlni.trlet
VermifiiKo JiiHtln.
knickers and watches and "wave" a record of fifty tile slnrriHth ii.or, nil bowcU lowlnir : > mini "l..i|1.1.| .,,,. ....,.nU.... and Iwr, ((21
showing their hair ,
worse with No. 1District
Jf iii .
years( successful UIIe. I'ncoJSo.: fcxjlJLy I i I ,'..... .... fo each of th* next eighteen.
in n.auial
SuL I No. tDlntrlct
I a irft.tlc way as-
ones.-St. Petersburg Independent.: rubber bands. iLL DRUGSTORES pnpulon *ountla. and one Rprraenla
: I I, !iII! si8ttn ,ilr'istion, and rellev- ffKKl'OHf !!' No.1. :: f,, ,acli:, of the rt'tnaiiiliitr I, ciiuntlei, of

--_ -_-__ ___.__ ______ IIIIf c u.tlpathm. Sold tnr Con.lal.U In and for the followlnv Rtnle nt thi. time of mich
m ---- --_--_--_- __ __ ___ m.m _.__ -=- =- \\tJII : everywhere. ire rilatrlel. via : ..," lIt> I.I'lilnliiiure/ fall I ,In appnitlnnmi'nt.niiiiorlliin the ..
.. lUntrlrt No. I.
m .... .,
$q In the r1enatv and In the Ifouea.
.II F.-t02 ...7fIIItiI "I.I.I.t No :2nintrlct i
Reiim' iitnllv.fi. lit toy fuular million of

rfjllCIlSJrI: : Tnitlmony No. 7.tn Wh r...'. I have ... .. wl.latiire al any ..V the II", ... hen.in .1.'.
......, It shall b .
L MAUD MULLER duty of 41totilsi.'..
tIm Irvat
ot hand and affixed
: I my ." ... I 1..1.1..1" ueciliiif| such reirular "
the Slut* ,)t '.. at TallahaM. the
HJPfoHo.TJo'oIl.ST'S; : : ::' : tal. this the I..nt.t.th dny of ....... .rnn of the, Letfllature. .>.Ith. In .peelnl.., or
H. ,\ */" Hi-iiHlon to iiiifMirtlofi' I Ihe fCei>rmi nta.
ii' IK24 In U,.. Senate and In the ll.ju.e ..f ,,.. "
Net *
HELrtMARA ONEUMMi Couf.ly iui.rlnt.ni.nSflha..iI' at.te....nl fHpalt' Bf......, of ,.
"'.IIy ae herein pi-nvlded' 1 Thf
.. .... ,pneidlnir.
f ..
achou ShortlY
con fund for ib W. J KprrnaoM.
; >* mootn alJuly TO
= .
ifiilnr 1-idi'rAl reirular ..
T = : :!IlAY. .. or Stale .n. which
1U24. -S'>
H'MfA Central' Behoof fmm4Kiiliinni County Htarke.:......Fl :_ .. .hall ha,.. lMH>n ,taken 't. en..i, .nv HP-

OW w.t1C ;" July' I. 1U34 u ".0__ ._.17AO.D1lUclpt NOTICK OF APPIICAT101 FOR TAX J ) ",U..rnl I In t th(. Ifouee nf Repn-Nentatlvaa nf iI.',.......ntatlvc In*.the shall Sunate....n.I. .

during month ------------51115.52 IINIJFI4!: 'RfCTION: I7S OK INS ., In flliklfl, ,, any Niieh, nnporllnnment. I In,, the ,
U .
WHrmntM IIIH| ilurlntf month -.7728.83 GENERAL: HTATIITEH. ,nt the (.euMature' Nhitll ,
Hal, ,Xuit. I. I1U4 _. ___ ___ ___ 9H.10U toil torvaiMn.rtl'
n tin nlatlun I In t thi I < fouuilature ,.
,,,.I..t No. I Not lev I. hfrhy slurs that A. J:. Wall i/t -
llalitnm July 1. 1024----------------- 112.90IO'c.ipi. .h.... of Ta* Certificate No. Sift dated! : ,//.1 I hy thla amendment the (lovernor chillII
'1,1 1'' thirty I "lay. alt, ., the
ailjimrntni-nt of
.. flurlnw month _. 702 Sri day of July A. U. IX'lU. ha fll.d
% n.n. .. uulnr ._I..nl. call the I.eirl'ilatiiro, to.
nrtllloni In my ofrlc ami! ha wad
Utirrnnt IMUW ilurtnir month .. 10ft.01) .
II.I AUII. I. IVJt ____. .__ _.__u.u__- '*.M i cation with law.Raid f...r tax d...d to uses In ........ th,..,r I"n I In fxtraiinllnary of reapportIonment,. iMlnn to and'unhl'r! ."..h thn.I,.

........t N.. tKnliincv ..",, ... _.I..n of the tfUlatur. I h h"...
.111. emhracia
lair" I I. 1924 __ _u ____..-___ 33.81Fb'Bclpt niaiidalorlly, required, to ,
: ? I ..I.rln," month __-- ._____ 44B.((11 lowlnv property.. situated In Bradford! ,....."'.II..n a. reijillreil, hy reapportlnn the amr-nilmeot tOO

V O Warrant lunuril. iluHnit month _H_ __ 4H.40 ty. Florid. to-wltt ( ,.... It. adjournment and curb ..,.......".
-- .. .
In of
:: I In NW corner
-_ _-_- : := Kill AUK. 1. IIU4 ____ _u._"__"..___ 19094 of NI':'/, flection a Dinar II Ti" 4 Hit. 22 Rot .. ...nlnn encalled fnr .....'."..unment,
III.t..t .Me. I
nut h* limited to expire at th. end of
c. HnUn. July I. 1924 un.__ ._.___... 1964 .aid. land Swine an MiiHMl at the Hate of p ..n'lf .1.,. .., at all. until
R .., .... leauanee of curb eertllleaU, In th. name .
\J =_ > rlul I < .In" month ___..._IW.711Wirrmnu 1 effected and shall conalder no buslne other
=- =- I i .......! luring month ______I7JUM K llradleyUnlni .. uch reapportlonmvnt).
iml A,,". I. Ifllt -n __ ___n.____- 177.711 laid! ,nertlflrat chill he ...".. l laernrdlnv
to law, ta. dvd will I...,. .
Ulilrict N.. .
:_ : flINT HKHOI.IJTION. Propnlnv
_- ----- -- '-----:; = i llalnne July I. Hut _..____ ......__._108.71 on the t9th day nf September. A. l)_ Amendment to Neetlon I of Article : : K""eli>u durinu month u" .._ _.____ i.** Wllneu my offlrlal, .I"n.lu.l and seal of the State of I'tnnlle.. II.-
Warrant luil! flunntf month? n_.._ 9.04 the .2nd da, of A..t. A. D. 1924.U. I.",,,,, to Taxntif.n and .Finance.

U.I AUK. I. IU24 __ _ .. .... .__ 103.3D' w. ALDICIIWAN.See It n..I.... by the I-enl.l.tiire' of the State
( Clerk. Clreult Court
IIt.t".. H.. S ) 1 Florida< '
--;.-- :: I / Ov.r.lr.ft July' 9 1. IIU4 _" .__----.___ "0.31 Bradford County. the following amandment nr HeetfonI

H.....ipu durlnir' month .. --_.nnn 854.64 4-89-8t-9-Z6 I f .Artlcl., V. .,f Ihe CanalItutlnn of the mat
WarrantM "IMMIIM ltl Inor nth .Htl .
< "" h.-- H Florida. r.tatlnv to ta.atlon and ftnitnc..
Hal AUII __ : _=-n_ : NOTICK OF F.I.F.f"TfO'lWrrr.nr.AM.
I. 1V24 107 It hereby avreeil. to and .hall .be.iihntlttcil to the
% -:=0-=_ "..,rtrc .... 7 The evlnlaiure "! I 19:1' .. .10.* nf th. State for adoption! or rejection
-. n.l.nce' July I, 1(124 _.-.__..__u_.._ I 11 1'.81 the Con.tltiitl.in of I IMKB. of the Utate of the next general ..t"U"nt'P.h'.<
:::::- ---= Rxelnla durln month ." __ ...... _._ 1444 Idn. did, pan live Joint 1.IIIII"n. p"' ", U> 'he held 'In the year I'J.'I ; that I Is to
--- Warrant l..u...l daring month) _____. *01) 'Inv amendment to the Conitltutlon of ) : that' Hretlon I. Article 9, of th* Con.tl-
--- -=-:: iiai' AU.. i. i'>3* __00 __.__..00__._ us.!* Rta... of Florid' and the tame were ." nf ihe itele of "Florida. be amended. to
;:::;:"-=--r DUtrl M.. f ... by a vote of thrw.At'tha of all the m..... ,1 .* fnllowt .

-- Dal' July I 10.4 _u____. .__..___- 2414 elected, to each h....... that the vote on ... I The Leirltur( analt provide for
=-= = -- -. Receipt durlnir month -... _._.___--- 76.01', JoInt Ktenlutlnna were entered upon their and enual rate of taxation, except
:==:; ;::.---- Warrant .burned durIng month _n.u I 00 pectlv. Journal with the yea and nll It ;may provld:;* for specIal I rate or rat.
.' Auv. 1. 1924 _________ tl.lt therei. and they did determine and
-= =. =- uOoooo I: : Inlanntbl' "IJe"II. but fucll apeclal rate
-: -f' =- -:: a = ......... .I'... 0 I I that the call Joint' Itnwlutlon h* h': : ; ,rate* hll not ..._l fly. mill on the .I I. ,I-

; __ :rT Overdraft July 1. 1034 10101 ,,, U> th. eleetnra. of the !S'' .te al the "" of the ...*_ valuation of ueh Intan, -
Receipt durina month :::.:::::::::: 14301 Eleetlftn In November. 1924 pmperty. which .....1.1 rate or rat*.. .>r

Warrant ....... durlntf$ month------- 2>*.00 I,, NOW. Tfir.RKHlRK.: : 1.11 Cl.AV CR ,...... eulleotml therefrom may be au*
Overdraft Au.. 1. l'J.4 _n_........ I.t4 FORri, Secretary .., Ht.te of the Slat ... ...l by the .erflalatur' and shell l i.. ..
l>..>rte> H.. I* )lorld, *. do herehy vlv* notice that a .., of all i.t....'. State. county. dUtrlct *n.l
Ralane July 1. 1024 _4__________.__. IH9v | OKNKRAIFIRCTION: taxea ; and shall '..... ... inch nic i.
Receipt* durinv ""* nth ,".___.n_-.. 1 103.> 84 will he held In .ach county ,In Florida a* shall. aecura R ju.t violation ..fill/
Warrant Ifumed durlou month n__._ 1.00 Tueaday next incceedlnir the Snot 'Vtomlay. |>*rtr. both root and penonal). ..",."n.
Ilal Auif I. IlI'l' _.._nn..n___ 269.90I November. A IJ. !HH I. the laid Tuwlay property a* may "be exempted. hy I Uw f,>r
c( m.tnet 1'0.. II 'I Inv the .'. *dueitl.-. literary aclvntlnc ..
) ".'.n.. July 1. 1124 __unU__._ In3." I'OJRIII nAy op SOVFMRER ''IM tIP charitable POl,_
Rrcelpta dorlnamonth u"n.n- 27.1Warrant ; ) for the r.Ilfic.llon o r rejection '>/ the. ...e.. ct In Compliance with sal, pr *.
........ during month ._____ S.001 I I Joint Rexilutlnn prnpuinr amendment to amendment. and the eanvan.. B.I AUK. 1. ltt! __ _"...-__uu_..- 487Dltrt Conetltutlnn nf the ",.... of florid'*. via : and return therenf. .hall be niinJ-eN.I
.t "Is.. IIn&an. A JOINT gESOLiJ7t,4 Pmpollnv the .... reuillatlon and ........"nn. a*
.. July I. 1>2$ ____ nnu______ 172.M I Amendment to Article IX: of the provided, by law for ifencral election, In
Receipt durIng month __-_n_.._____ 140.41 lion of the "Ktate' of Florida. Relative to Slate of FInrtd
W.rr.nl ....-1 durIng month ___ "._ SOC elton and Flnano. TFJiTIMOVY' WHBRKOF. I have h".-
B.I. Aa" I. 11121 ____u.. _Un'_.- 41t.i> De It Rraol/ed by the I.l.iature l ->f the ,, net my "hand and affixed, the '.....' >loa l
VI.t"... N.. II of Florida : the Stew of Florida at TallatuuMwe..*

Ralann July' I. 1 JI __n____._______ M1.41 That tb* following amendment to tm. the lwnty-flfth" day of July A.
Reelpt durlnir) month u"..---___._. Oils IX: of the ConstitutIon of the' Stale of 1924.
iSCyIcss..1.s Warrant burned durin month Ma. relative u> Taxation and Finance,. to II. CLAY CB4Wr")Rr\.

B.I) Aurr. I. 1M4 ._..__ ...____---------4.5- n inhered H-eilon ,.1..... Mil' of aald SEAL) Secretory fo State.
DtotHc Me" IX. b. and the cow I Ia .hereby *..reeil to .- "- -


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: "- Bradford County Telegraph] I the limits. r I

And-another thing-The same
.,. I ills
--- ---. ---- -
-- ------ wide awake sheriff ia issuing his Bradford
l' utat rri
Published weekly and entered at warning to parents who are allow- i, t ''li' J M11Dt TO High

second: class matter at the poet I ing children under 10 years of age

Florida. i i to drive motor vehicles. A state law
office at Starke
-- -- I prohibits this practice of children
B.-8. MATTIIBW8_____= _=_ _: _=::0'-e; ; 1 driving, and it is as much for their School JournalPRANK e"t

J. C. ROBIN80M____:_____Msaacinc Editor i safety as for pedestrians and other'r t iRyfi, ) ,
experienced drivers who must use I pr:,, t
the street and highways. A child i Z CARPENTER GERALD MIDDLETON
PUBLISHED EVERY I tr- f Editor Sport Editor.
under sixteen can drive, provided ,
they are accompanied by an older'
Assistant! Editor .
I person.-Gainesville Sun.

Per Year ____----____-__ 1.50 u I I
Six Months 75c mull
-----u------ aavI I ; 1 T Secretary and Treasurer, Gus.i It,
chiltlr--;; ;
I -- -- ,-- The\ Gainesville Sun made bold to ,i iI School Bradford county "
I I 'v.l r :Mae Bennett.
say, some months ago, that Florida I school children of Bradford county: I II The heavy wind; Tuesday morning

I I has about as many state office hold were present In a body to take partin I caused the flag In front of the school Reporter, Sammy Stergberg./

lars. Dureaus, traveling inspectors, I the Defense Day' Demonstration building to become twisted in such JUNIOR CLASS MEETING

I I rommlssioners, secretaries, clerks given here Friday. I a manner around the pole that it The Junior class met Septemh, t l'

II I In and other pry roll participants as J InternationalMadetomeasure I The children marched to the Park, ': could neither be raised or lowered. 17, and the following officers W'1't

the State of New York has, notwithstanding led by the High; School, where a Several unsuccessful attempts were .elected:

the lact that the State of' space was roped off for them.: There made by'boys to climb the pole and President James William Brout'
New York has a population more 'I they sang, accompanied: by the band"I free the flag. It was finally through

than ten times as great as that of I Clothesare Salute Thee Old Glory." After the i:the efforts of the janitor that the lee.Vice President, Natalie Marcionn .

j Florida and a property value many j speaking the crowd joined them in flag was freed and once again waved I Secretary, Linnie Fogg./

j No. 4!54Meu.oersh.Ip millions of. dollars greater.It |I singing, "The Star Spangled Ban .over the campus. Treasurer Lois Edwards.

( in National Highway II is not our purpose to criticize- j' -th ner." Class Reporter, Leola Fogg.

Association) office holders. AU those holding: office j! not expensive. ugh I It was a sight never to be forgot- II NINTH GRADE The class will meet every other

j I in Florida, from the governor <, one would naturally thinkso ten. The children of Bradford 1 coun- The following officers were electedin Wednesday.
I Florida Highways. edited by down, and all our traveling auditors, I I II ty, singing; with all their might that the ninth grade:

I Judge It. A. Meginnlss/ [ and published Inspectors, secretaries and clerksare when they see the qual-- .: glorious old song. Many of the older I I President, Newn Alvarez. JOKES

ed the Stato road Department, I most excellent people and are i I(people realized that in the event of I Vice President, Elizabeth Andrews -
do think
Miss "WUat
carries! on its cover page the pictureof honest, capable and efficient. Our ity of the fabrics. i future wars, the school children now Fripp- you
of the Toleration Act?
a section of State Road No. 13,, I sole purpose Is to call attention to |will be the ones to go. They also I F'I Treasurer, Carlyle Ritch. Virgina Weeks-"I never attend
looking south from the city limits II realize that the school children are
1 the unchecked and unhindered extravagance t Class Reporter, Gladys Allgood. "
I vaudeville.
i of Starke. The photograph is by of our legislature in. You can order one as low as ':the future citizens of the county. It i -

r Hoover Bros., Starke'u well known creating offices and the great burden j I is for the purpose of training our Lucian Thomas, of Sampson City, Miss Florence-"Put down that

photographers, and the view is a I it ia on the tax payers. $25 while the richest fabrics I''future' citizens that we tax ourselves entered the ninth grade this week. ;funny paper, it would better for you

beautiful one. The Times-Union carried to support the schools. We should would read
if something
Sometime before the meeting of cost no more than I SENIOR CLASS ORGANIZEDThe I you up
(0 the sumo view in its edition of elect 'not let the school spirit lag, but I ,"lifting."
our next legislature the newly Senior Class was organized
.. Sunday September 11th. Starke should keep it at fevor heat. Let U1'' I have
Owen Griffin "Well been
ed member of the senate and house yesterday and the following officers I
maker her best bow for this fine pub- will have their pictures taken and $65.00 'all join and make Bradford county i were elected: i readjng up-lifting things for .1

licity. !the best educated county in the I 'I month but I haven't an
interviews in several leading .101'I President, Gerald E. Mididleton. now, grown
o I See our values at the popular state. "
ida newspapers. In those interviews I Vice President, Rosa E. Leviton. [i inch.
The Times-Union started out I _
it Monday to say something about the each member will declare himself I prices of $40 to $50.Sternberg's. OFFICERS ELECTED Secretary, Fannie Darby. j Mrs. Alderman-"Turn 'around m '.
opposed to creating any more offices FOR SCHOOL PAPER I Treasurer Orie A. Wiggins.
and to Fannie
State road across Bradford county, I 'your seat quit talking ,
r or passing any more fool laws. Then Class Reporter, John j. Canova. i "
but the make-up man, by one of he will to Tallahassee next April The entire high school was called Hike a gentleman. >
I those. errors that will ocasionally occur -I' and vote for more offices and for I II together Tuesday to elect officers Class Rings and Invitations Se- I Gerald-"Oh that'a all right,
in the best regulated printIng | wasn't talking like a gentleman.:
even school Prof. S. S.
We for the Class
'j the piling up of more new laws. paper. lected Thursday by Senior I
offices, lost part of the paragraph thatwe I Dowling made a short talk on the their .I --
I would not have it understood The Seniors of 1925 selected Wednesday afternoon a, dangeron
4 and this is what the T.-U. regard_ the members of the legislature j purpose of the paper, which is to class rings and invitations from Mr. I mule form his stable and
o- was made to say: "Bradford coun- I the school spirit and let the i
aIC incapable or unfaithfulmen. keep up Haines of the Iferf-Jones Co. In- '
ty now has quite a stretch of real They are all high minded and I I parents know what their children dianapolia. '' was parading up Call Street. N,>
rock. We feel qifite' sure the Times- 'one could catch him and thmir-
honest but when they say, in their every thirty minutes. You may be are doing. The rings are to be shipped in a
f. Union started out to something I ; looked gloomy, until Mozelle liltI --
say Interviews,, they intend to stand for Ion the list before this year is out. The following are the officers few weeks i
i really nice about our road, and we I Cruder a noble senior, who is noted,
... : economy they will not realize the almost -I Besides the tension imposed on driv- elected: !
I t.llr > feel inclined to take the will for the I Frank SOPHOMORE CLASS NOTES 'for his presence of mind, rushed on
and Editor Carpenter.
Irresistable lobby of proli'feeJBthey ; ers pedestrians out busy ''
deed, but all the same we are dying I will meet when they reach the streets Is nerve-racking and making Assistant Editor, Rosa Leviton. The Sophomore Class!!! was organ- the scene. He dealt the mule a severe ,

1 t of curloHity. state capital.It I( wrecks of the more sensitive. Medical Sport Editor, Gerald Middleton. ized Wednesday in Miss Fripp'sroom. blow with a Solid Geometry

---o- Eugene Matthews. The following\ officers were The mule was then easily caught,
V Vni would be well for the legislators authorities say that deafness is Joke Editor
d The absence "of mosquitoes from to provide themselves with increasing owing to the constant These officers are to serve until elected for the current year: ';.: th.. geometry being too much. for
Klngrlcy lake Starke'g summer resort Grace Wood. him, as it Is for the mules in schoolE.
,,j, copies of the comptroller's reports of traffic in all the big cities. Christmas. v
Is 'one of the fine points that I
showing the number of state bu- The auditory nerve can stand a good
tho boosters for the lake seem to deaf of noise but the dm' I
The number of the payroll produced
hundreds hundreds of former FRANK CHASE INJURED: IN
that there distinct shock to
have overlooked.: The fact army, the amounts of salaries, 'by badly managed cars and the by the most lurid adver- I I
are no mosquitoes at the lake should i tiacments in New England papers students of the school besides her JACKSONVILLEThe
traveling, subsistence and other ex- i fierce tooting of horns, combined is I I _
y be made widely known, and the amt estimate for themselves weakening if not killing it. Fast found themselves loaded with so- many friends. following account of the injury -
t penses i I I
1 Telegraph suggests that a good what the grand total is. We want to driving on busy streets, careless Icalled town Iota in grain fields. And ALLEGED ATTEMPT: TO BURYIIEIt : to E. Frank Chase, a former
logan for the Chamber of Commerce j; Instead of blaming the New England I
will have their driving cutting the undim- REPORTED
assure them, they corners, HARE ALIVE of Starke taken from Sun-
I would be "a dollar for every opened. They will understand med lights on lighted streets, blow- ''promt ters, they have hated the (I resident ,

I mosquito bite at Kingsley lake." It better eyes than they do now-why the ,I ing those in front of them, road South for their losses. Forked River N. J., Detectives Also .day's Times-Union, will be of inter-

in unusual to find a lake in Florida tax payer groans under his burden. I hoggishness, as well as jay walkingby The Muscle Shoals town-lot boom Told f>? Woman's HusbandShe I est to Starke people:

? without these little pests, but it is a -Gainesville Sun pedestrians, ought to cease. Peo- I ing business Is along suggestive of a i Has Carried Out Similar A warrant for the arrest of I<.

fact that Klngtley does not have .........00- ple In an automobile seem to feel ,scheme in the Valley of Virginia in I Crimes. Allen of Sanford, charging reckless!
: I them. Screening against mosquitoes that they must reach their destination i"hoom" town days where a farmer I
; unknown TUB SPEED Forked River, N. J. Sept., 11-A driving, was issued yesterday by
l' and sleeping[ under nets Is sold a splendid two-hundred-acre
What's the ?
right hurry
now. I I
l '
: to Its residents. Folsom in his "Flashes of I gruesome story of a young wife'salleged Justice of the Peace J. S. Geiger on
summer Moses High speed Is rarely justified. Acci- farm for $20,000 to a land compafly
,J -o- Florida Facts" published in the dents can be more easily avoided at which was to pay for the farm out I I attempt to get rid of her complaint of E. F. Chase, an aged

=\ One of the preheat lakes in all Times-Union, gives speed demons I II moderate speed. It is all a matter of I I of the proceeds of the sale. So glowing new-born baby by burying it alive white man living on' Enterprise

) Florida In Klngsley lake nestling wholesome lecture: I was unfolder to county detectives at street near Three Mile branch, who
\ I the following safety, decency and common sense. I was the literature issued by the
I in the sand hills seven miles east of I It Is with no satisfaction that quo- land company that before the sale .I I this village today. At the same time says while crossing the road near

Starke. It Is about two miles across, tation is made from a bulletin issued BEWARE OF FOOLISH opened the farmer had persuaded the 'her husband charged she had on his home Saturday he was knocked

has' a sandy beach and tropical trees by ore\ of the large insurance FINANCIAL VENTURESFrom company to let him take, in full I'ayI I:"three or four" previous occasions down and injured by a motor car J

grow down to the water's edge, giving companies, giving automobile carnalities i jmcnt for his farm, two or'three lots I' succeeded in carrying through simi driven by Allen. At the time he was \\f;
( Manufacturers Record,) I hit Chase refused to to the hospital 11\1
it and that Florida leads go
a picturesque by states, ,on a street which was to be laid out 'lar crimes.
j' setting. Kingaley Is fed by hundredsof with an average death rate among The Auntie City Daily Press gives i through his land. Eventually his lots and was taken to his home
more than a column of to the The mother, Mrs. Eugene J. Saunders -
apace where his brusies and scratcheswere
springs located on the surrounding policy holders of 32.5 per 100,000 proved worthless but his farm wasgone.
it, and It is said a dime persons, down to 7 in West Virginia, action taken by the Chamber of Com- I I thirty who has an eightyearold treated.

can be seen on the white sandy bot- In New York with congested cities, I jmerce of that city in investigatingone A few weeks heard of : boy and a girl of six, was takento
of the land companies operatingin ago we a I Money talks, even to the Pope.
i tom at a depth of ten feet. When the rate was 17.5 while the averageof the neighborhood of Muscle Shoals farmer family in Maryland which the Lakewood hospital yesterday The Catholics are professedly opposed -

the Bladwin-Caincsville road i III the United States was 16.4 per 1 which the Chamber of Commerce has had Invested $20,000 In the aggregateby I afternoon. Although no formal to the granting of divorce. ,

completed in a few months the lake 100,000. In a study of traffic acci- had investigated by the Burns De- various members of the family in charge has yet been made againsther But quite recently the pope has
1 be reached by Jacksonville people dents In 135 American cities the I
of the wild stock
tective one visionary there. spoken in the notorius! Anna Gould-
Agency. she Is under arrest
t within hour and a half, and it 57.5 100,000 ,
F l an Miami rate was per schemes which were being pushed \Mau-Boni de Castellow case. The
? t ? will prove one of the attractive sum Tampa 25 and Jacksonville 21. Last !I The whole country has been flood- several I years ago and which is now civil law divorce is confirmed.

> mer resorts for people of Jackson- year the automobile killed more 'I ed with audacious schemes for inducing I in bankruptcy and some of its officers "

ville as well as other nearby cities. people than all the Industries, including I I the public to invest in alleged in jail. No Worms la a Healthy; Child

'' f. According to the Starke '' railroads and mines. Not town lots in the whole region tributary AU children troubled with Worms have an unhealthy

4 y t b many Improvements are to Telegra1lh'I' one-third of our people are exposed I i to Muscle Shoals, on the All over this country people who color whkh: indicates poor blood and a.a
i cannot afford to take risks are daily role, then la more or less stomach dlMuibaoc
at this resort in the to danger in the industries, but .ground that Henry Ford would secure GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularlyfor
I and! Mrs. F. H. Cady, who owns a practically everybody who walks or Muscle Shoals and there develop being tempted to put their money in- two or three weeks will enrich the blood. improve -
I to speculative schemes in land ortack. the digestion,and net *'a General Strength\
1 fine hotel site on a blutf facing the rides is exposed to this growing hazard one of the great cities of the enlng Tonic to tha whole system. Nature will then
; lake, and Mho has already installed which stalks along our streets i I country. A statement was made some throw off or dispel the worms and theChlld will be
I' time ago that an investigation by insurance In perfect health. Pleasant to take. SOo per bottle.
bath houses, boat houses, recreation and rtoads. Years of experience are | There is, to our mind, very little j
companies showed that about
: park and other amusements, i Is to required before engineer. is allowed likelihood that Mr. Ford will ever secure .. .
80 cent of all insurance ---
t I make many other improvements and to run a locomotive confinedto Muscle Shoals, and in our opinion per money Installment Plan
received by widows was lost within I Sold Her :Baby on |
!. beautify her holdings at an early two steel rails, and fenced, while it ia altogether probable that 'a' :
brief foolish
by ventures,
I date. She has one of the finest grape children and adults, with a few superficial |many unsophisticated buyers of these persuaded :,, v,
thereto by wily promoters of .l't ;"
arbors in that part of the state, and instructions are allowed to ,town lots will never again see their .," "'''.
one scheme and another on the .-
bottles hundreds. of quarts of fine drive automobiles along crowded! money. Many of these schemers have prom- .if
: ise of large profits. Oil stocks and
grape-juice. It has been Raid that 'streets. The folks who manipulate carried on an aggressive campaign ;

section! Is one of the best grape producing steering wheels: do not start out to all over the country with circularsand I I mining! stocks! stocks on patents, I I t ,. yI
( I and Intangible, unsound schemes almost -
localities of the entire state hunt trouble, but it often turns out pamphlets misleading to the ex- I
without end and hourly
are daily II
and more attention ia to be paid this. that way. The driver who is respon- treme. I I
catching thousands of gullible\ e
industry in future.-Times-Union. sible, for a fatality has put a scar "Some of these lot buyers will prob- I peo- -,
Iple, men well as women.
J -0i --- on his heart that will be hard! to ably learn a lesson equally as sad as p'bra .'

' i LOOK OUT FOR SHERIFF: erase. Drivers are not always liable, the New England folks who, under I MISS MARGARET TEBEAU I )
tl'l'l: <:nsos I but breezing along the street and I the skillful lead of a New England CLAIMED BY DEATH :
roads at high speed lie\ feels an ownership I land promoter a third of a century I I
;i Sheriff Epperson of Bradford of all that is in tight, and ago in three days bought a milliondollars' : Gainesville, Sept. 15-Miss Mar- I ,
l county is a man after our own heart. I garet Tebeau, better known to num-
i the careless pedestrian goes to the worth of lots in open fields
t .; He Is going to slap some of these undertaker. More ca1'are appear- I which, by the New England promoters i bers of loving friends in ,, this city tic d4e

speeders into the dark and dismal ing and the casualty list is increas- I were to be know as the City of and throughout the entire state as I
dungeon if they don't look out. The I "Miss Maggie after illness of
b ing.! Last year somebody was killedin Cardiff. The "city" soon disappeared I '
s Starke Telegraph says Sheriff Ep- this country on the average of I and the land promoters did likewise, several months passed away at her t x' ry'

.l person has declared war on those I I but hardheaded New England schoolteachers home here at 12:40: o'clock last : 1 ;,,rC

completed FOR OVER 40 YEARS i iHALL'II i and professional men who nlJht.;:
Miss Tebeau had for the past
had been drawn to that spot by the
Y would do well
q a speedway. Drivers used successfully In thai trvaviraeol of score or more years conducted the
I to acquaint themselves with the lim- Cavtarrb.HALt9. official diocesan school of the

it they are allowed to make with CATARRH MEDICIH eon.alata I 4 Episcopal church in this city, and
of aa Ointment which jukkl _
'i I their machines and stay well within tlvllevee by local application and tea news of hh death will come as a
Internal Medic-la a Tools which acts
t In eta M Day through the Blood on the Mucous 8urfacea. > I Mrs. Agnca Mack, oi Brooklyn N. Y.. le held with Erwin Datne,
: Piles Cured thus reducingOka inflammation. I Cold c.Or1p and Influenza (both shown above) the man to whom the sold her lO-months-old

DegfMarcktaIndmind fir, 'PAZOOINTMtNT fall.* Sold by all
ru... Ioatenu; ....... Itching Pees, oaf yotI F. 1. Chener A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. iFajv r.CoId*and LLGrip?? ass Then .la odr ooa "BraaaoE.W. QoaIa1Da. tor follow In inatalluwtu. Tha mother tearfully admit she want
aucI&J....P after am .ppl..t. GJtOVcTS ___w b.. too I her baby pack.



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