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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02248
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SAYS MINISTERIN 786 Tallahassee miles of completed-With more hard than surfaced 1- Blaze Late Sunday: Night.Practically about Tallahassee a thousand Sept.trunks 1\1-III1Udlall\) for ax I SHELLSHOCKEDOFFICIALS:

roads in the state and with a state -
many different girls delivering them
CONFESSION I road Entire Business Sectionof SOUTH CAROLINA 1T1j'
building/ program that calls for
the expenditure of $10,000,000 Florida Little City Wiped Out Ii>' I j CONFESSES::; TO KILLING; Ito I,in the nearly dormitories as many at different the Florida roonn!. I SAY

"I soon will be able to boast of one Flames Believed to lie of I ACCUSED: NEGROES; : FKEK: j State College for
Women in no
foisoned Wife and of Incendiary Origin. I _
Memberof the best networks of hard surfaced
Only Reason Gltt-n by Youth for small job liS U recognized! by those ETKIiNS: HI UK\ (I.t'1"I'.tl'IIES

Church Out of "Mercv" roads of any state in the Union. Gainesville Sept. 23-Fire believed Crime I it, Argument Following who witness the opening of college : sell.1'. .
The total miles in the state system
Failure each year. "EX.t.: ( (;Elt.l'iED
Find
tit Knife DKFECTS"Jacksonville
it Vernon, III-A complete as designed by the legislature is to be of incendiary origin destroyed I These trunks
lie Had Lost. are unloaded at the
."n that he poisoned his wife 35035. Only about one-half of this the stores of J. C. Cone\ W. I Tallahassee!! depot from every section Sept. 17 That I Robert

\\ ,lIord Sweetin, "because they system has been completed. Of the C. Matthews, and J. W. Surrency at Columbia, S. C. Sept. 21-Aslury of Florida and many other J. Whlddon In the county jailwllitlnlL'
iitTurintr and he wanted to put seven federal aid roads thereare
percent LaCrosse, 15 miles north of here at Wessinger, fourteen-year-old boy, stated.Before tho opening each i year trial for insanity fallowing a
it of their misery, was approximately 1,801 miles, according -
liRev.. Lawrence M. light, to information obtained at an early hour yesterday morning, confessed to officers. today that he the slips student with tho with name her and address l of disturbance created in the United

o. Illtnoin' Methodist pastor, after the State Road Department.Of and although several hours work fatally wounded his aunt, Mrs. mailed ouch room assignment Stolen Veterans Bureau Monday afternoon -
I lire to prospectivestudent. '
'In of grilling at the hands of I the 1,780 miles! of completedroads I was done by Sheriff P. G. Ramsey.II JLinu WcxHfnger, and seriously injured This slip i is placed on her is not shellshockvri, was information
|tai Attorney Frank Thompson in the state to December 31 her three small children withan
I up and his deputies in an effort to hunt trunk. Before the trunks arrive at given out yesterday by
utter announced! last 59 miles 176 miles axe late yesterday.The .
are concrete
I down the guilty party or parties, no the depot tags ore prepared with otllciulM of the veterans bureau
11 minister broke under the sheet asphalt, 323 miles brick 257 boy's confession, mndu to sev- similar information it and
arrests! were made. on just an \Vhul.lon
1 i of the fire of questions short- surface treatment 148.5 water eral officers, put an end to a search tho came to Jacksonville
clunks received
The loss Is estimated to soon as are at
,'fore dawn after he had been aggregate by hundred of for Monday morning in with
bound maccadum 1'JG.O shell 23 armed men a negro the business office company a
approximately $10,000 witb I they begin to I j
?" ,t .Minted with the testimony of 11.1 miles gravel, 371.7 sand clay, 153 about $5,000 insurance. Surrency is who WitS at first reported to transfer. the college check for the deputy I sheriff front Alacliua county

|ori" ,,r's chemist! that arsenic I of bituminous maccadum, 22 miles the greatest loser as his store and I have made the attack. Asbury Rave j original check and placing the and Albert R. Cur, his attorney,
!. been found in the vital organsf and 8 miles block. the alarm himself and told I
concrete asphalt stock of goods is said to be a total a storyof trunk in their proper rooms at the (rum Gainesville to seek havpitilrzatlon. ; -
:weetin.; The State Road Department has having boon frightened away I[ lie examined Dr.
loss, he being the only merchant nut dormitories. It ruiiuiron several ,days, was by Ralph
I Immediately after the alleged con- constructed 760 miles of this road carrying any insurance. Matthews from his aunt's! homo by u "lull !handling with all available trucks to N. Greene, a medical attache of the
Ifsmon, efforts of the prosecution since it was organized in 1915 the black negro"
carried $2,500 insurance and saved get thu trunks all placed. The workIs bureau who iloclurej that nothing
I.TI. directed to solving the circum-I I balance of the completed roads hav- the major part of his stock, while Mrs. \\essmKer. died lust night at done under the supervision of J. wax wrong with Wl1idJon'melltally.\ ,
lances of a third mysterious ing been constructed by the counties. a local hospital. The three children
Cone carried $2,800 insurance, but I G. Kellum, business manager of the except a tendency to exaggerate the.
that of an unnamed high school girlf I ,I ''I(were found in the house each showing college. importance! of mental or physical
saved to Surrency.
nothing, according -
WRIT AGAINST STATE
Centerville, 111., three years ago. ; axe wound Newman age 0, and defects real or tmugined.
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The girl was a member of Hight's SCHOOL BOARD ISSUED I Matthews who directed the work I Rufus ago 4, aru in a critical condition DUVAL END: I OF HIGHWAY: PROGRESSING Copt Henry Fletcher Martin,

ongregatlon at Centerville. today but it is believed that ; of thu sub-district office of
Tallahassee-Judge E. C. Love of I of the sheriff's forces, while declar- manager!
Reverend Hlgh.t stated he had plac- the Second Judicial Circuit, granted' I Azilce one year old, will recover the United States Veterans BureauIn
ing that he did not suspicion or place
Work In steadily forward on
going
Id In his wife's coffee ender !
to Jo'ollowlnlfVe"slnlCer's confession trTu
poison! an alternative writ of mandamus St. James building, said Whld-
the blame in
on one particular
any the of the state highway from
sufferings from long illness, officers against: the State Board of Education stated that circumstances pointed to a warrant charging him with mur- part ilon'ft records showed that hu hud
said. "I killed her solely to end that body to der was issued and the youth .placedin Baldwin south to the Clay county not l been oversea In the war and
directing carry
certain parties, and told of automo-
line where force of convicts under
ler offerings in her dying mo- out the intent of the law in granting the Columbia city jail to be held u hail not suffered! shell shock. II* wa
bile tracks leading from the
fiients away I Cupt. McNeil Is. preparing the roadbed
Revernd flight was quoted as scholarships annually to boys little town. for Lexington county authorities.In being given training by the KovernI -
aging "Our three children were in and girls: in each county for Attend- his (confession to officers, tho I II for hurdsurfuclntr. That part of runt at the university for disability
The tracks were followed and one I
the kitchen at the time I poured the at the State University and the boy admitted that the story he told the road through Clay county will I attributed to thu development of up-
ance
was carried back to LaCrosse I l
man .
fraught In her coffee" he is report-! Florida State College for Women. of the "tall bluik negro" ensuinghim / not bo ready for hard surfacing by I| l't'ndkltill and other Internal disor-
by the sheriff but when his identity -
the tlmo thin work is completed In
id to have said. "She was' dying of The law enacted by the last legislature from the house and then attacking ; tiers while he was In the at'my. His
that
was learned it was decided |
Itomame Bradford (county probably being poisioning and I wanted contended his aunt and her children way training was discontinued after he
provides, it was I there was no proof sufficient to connect until first of the I I .
nil not to see her under such an- for th< of diverting suspicion year. [ with his wife
that one scholarship for a boy. to the I him with the crime .and he was ,j purpose Monday's Jacksonville Journal i In:i was charged' shooting ,
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fcuish. university and one for a girl to the :not held. from himself. The only reason of road'work (,IMrs. Viola Whlddon, August 10.Whldilon '
Under continued pressure! Rev. woman's college should be grunted given by the boy for the attack wa reporting on the progress and his wife, who was
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The sheriff and his deputies are tho
light also is said to have confessedhat to each county annually by the a difficulty he hud with his aunt over in Duval county reported known at the time as Miss V loll,
still at work several theories.
[ he had-poisoned! Wilford Sweet- Board of Education. The board, how- upon a knife which he said he had lost following on the IIl1l<1wlnlIaxvilleToa.l I Hush Were walking along the High

I. ever, has contended that this would FROM WM.: JENNINGS BRYAN while vlmtlnj the Wessinger home : nuiduon Springs road at the time> she was ;
"On July 27," his alleged confes- increase the population of these I and failed. to find when ho returnedfor Satisfactory. progress was shot and, seriously wounded. She was

|lOll reads "I placed some poison in schools too rapidly and decided to To the Voters of the Southern States: I'' it. He declared that he "got the, clearing, grubbing, and grading uttconscloUH Homo time but when revived -

ass! of water and gave it to'ilf"rd grant only one scholarship to each With the approval of Chairman mad" and "lost my temper," during of this road ,during the week. Mho accused Whiddun, who
relieve Shaver of the Democratic National I I Good; progress was made, In preparing
Sweetin. I did it to four I the argument. was Immediately urrenlt'd. Miss
bun .of hm! terrible suffering from county Attorney every Fred II.years.Davis represented Committee I have formed a committee I.l In the discussion over tinkmfo, the l plant fur .stalling the Nttxh. a* pretty school toucher from ,

h"'H:' caused by ptomaine poision- the plaintiffs in this case. to appeal to you to aid, by your the boy told officers that his aunt laying of.. tin loiitfrilisluli,' Iluwthorno wu attending, summer '
.. ( He died the next morning. own vote and by advising others! to I used "rough words" to him, which --- session at the unlverxity. (It was discovered -

There was never anything between vote, in bringing out a full vote at he aid, made him "mad." EIGHT HELD IN then that she l and Whiddon

Elsie Sweetin end myself. She HARDEE RECALLS the November election so that we I Describing his movements... before hud been married secretly In Quln-

las one of my flock, a good Chris-! shall have the moral force of a popular and during the attack young Wes- "-y, on June r,. MrM. Whiddon recov-

Han, that is all. majority behind Ithe vote whichwe singer said after the argument bin NEGRO FLOGGING red from the wound.,

"I don't now and never did love DEATHVARRANTI\ expect to win in the electoralcollege. ; aunt left the house and went Into While In Jail Whiddon gave every

er.." Because the Democratic I I the viird. lie said he then obtained I evidence ,,r iii./inltv. lie steadily

J This was the Reverend Hight's re- I ticket has little or no opposition on I an axe handle and attacked, the children White Men Accused of Lash- denied that he shot the girl at UnUM

Sly to State's. Attorney Thompsonust Palm Beach Man Sentenced election in the South the vote ut who were sitting! on the slaps I' Black at Lake I declaring he rotuembered, nothing

after the dawn tit another day I to Die Next Week the November election is often less |lof the house. He hit the oldest child ing about the occurrence: and once saying -

bad enveloped the Jefferson county Appeals than the vote cast at the primaries.This firm, he mild, and then' struck the Wales thai she, had been shot by someone -

ourt. i!' denies to the party an advan- next ohlest. He declared he ,did not Borrow Sept 'J'J!:! Eight: white I In a motor cur which spud past

: The prosecutor had questioned the"I Tallahassee Governor Hardee tage to which it is entitled, viz, the remember hitting the youngest. one. men are held in .be county Jail In them.

mister for over eight hours. lIe (recalled i the death warrant issued moral force of a full vote back of Stepping over the prostrate forms this city under $5,000 bands each |lit l > subsequently wile released on

urled a barrage of interrogationst several days ago for the executionof the Democratic candidates for president of the three children he said he charged with Interfering with officers bond, of $1,000 I pending trilnl. Monday -

t the Ina clergyman and flatly ac- Richard McLendon, of Palm vice president, senate and went out into the yard and pickedup of the law and committing a he came to Jacksonville and l

used him of poisoning his wife. Beach county convicted of first degree house. If all Democratic newspapers an axe which was lying near a in that they were membersof wan exumlneil, by Dr. Green, who reported -

"You held up her head when she murder. The warrant called for of the South will keep the matter be- wood shed. At this time, his aunt had felony mob which took u from no mental ailment. Whlld'H

[as in a stupor and gave her coffee execution during\ the week beginning fore their readers and Democratic started to milk some distance away the a city Jail at Lake Wales negro and administered !- thereupon became angry It Is alleged r

ust before she passed away, didn't September 29 candidates will bring it to the atten- from the house, the boy said. a severe beating which and created, a disturbance threatening '

lou' shouted the prosecutor. The action was taken following tion of the voters, the Democraticvote Approaching the woman from the result In the negro's death. the officials In the bureau. The I

1 "Yes," was the response.! "She receipt by the supreme court of a in the Southern States can be rear, young W slnirer stated that may The names of the men being held police were called and Whlddon was

faked for something warm." motion for an order superceding the increased by a million votes. Wa he rained the axe and struck Just as are divulged by the sheriff because placed in the city jail on a charge of

I "You violate the doctor's orders judgement and sentence of the cir- have a superb national ticket, with his victim turned her head. She top- of the fact that he hold. warrant. disorderly conduct. He was not arm-

nd the physician admonished you cuit court of Palm Beach county. the prospects growing: brighter dal pled from the stool on which she! was for several others who have not yet ed. At the Jail hq is said to have

idn't he." Counsel for the condemned man ly. Davis and Bryan are entitled to sitting and the boy. in answer to been and the argument hud an epilectir: attack.
apprehended
I "It was my wife who violated the were notified however by the clerkof your loyal and enthusiastic support.We questions said he must have hit her Is made, that to make public the I'ollce feared he might die and

octor's orders; she wouldn't takee the supreme court that the tran- will not do our best unless we twice UH she lay upon the ground. names of the men now under arrest called Dr. T. (J. <(
medicine." script of the record in the case as give the ticket a hundred per cent lie hit her with the blunt side of the lead to miscarriage of Just clan. Dr. Graft examined the man, !
might a
-Tome now flight you put some received did not bear the Impressionof vote in the South. Very truly, axe. he said. According to the boy's and Mnid Whiddon was Insane and I

irsemc' in the sugar bowl, didn't I I JJie seal of the circuit court and WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYANTo story she did not speak and made no ice.So far ail can be learned the trouble ordered him taken to the county Jail.

Sou :"' 1 therefore no properly certified transcript the Democratic Voters of the outcry. arose through an attempt by thenegro He later drew up a petition for an '
that Hight had been received and nothing went' to hill commission. Whlddon remained -
It was this juncture Second Congressional District of lie then left the home to assault a Lake Wales merchant insanity

said to have confessed killing his I for i the motion or stay order of sup- Florida: own home some distance away and I who had sold the negro's wife in a M-micomatosu condition

ife for "mercy's sake. ercedeas had been received to act In this issue of the paper you will told his 'father the story of his aunt a pair of shoes which had been unsatisfactory .some time after being taken to the /

I For the alleged confessed murders upon.It find a strong! appeal made by tty andthe children being attacked by a The negro was arrestJed county Jail. Later In the night he

there will be no demand for the was claimed in the motion as lion. William Jennings Bryan asking "tall, black negro." I for that offense and was being twain appeared normal and, yesterday -
death penalty Thompson said. received that when McLendon took Due to the absence from tho county his trial. and until late lust night was reported -
all Democrats to do their duty hell, in the city Jail pending
m "I will not not ask the death pen- out a writ or error to the supreme lat the polls at the November elec- of the solicitor, the inquest over I i That night a mob was formed, the apparently normal.
lalty." he said. "I that much to court there was a failure to endorse the body of :Mrs. Wessirger had | .
owe tion. I heartily endorse this appealof night Jailer was overpowered and tX.CUTlnrlo.f: .: : ..: : ;;. (: OK) LAW
,the church. I will demand life Imprisonment -Ion the writ any order of supercedeasand our eminent statesman and earnestly been postponed until his return from I'the negro taken out and severely Ill\ II"": CLASH

on both charges. That that the governor is procedmg urge every Democratic voterto court In another county It was stat- whipped.. ,

should suffice." [to order McLendon to be executed at go to the polls on election day ed. At a meeting of the executive

| It took a coroner's Jury hastily the appointed .time unless the supreme and stand by our party's nominees. Thre"- negroes who were arrested NOTICE. committee of the Law Bible 'Class.

empaneled at Ina just ten minutes to I court or 'some judgment The Republicans and Independents taut night and were being held in Woman's Club will of the Baptist Sunday school held
The Lawtey
that shall make an appropriate with the attack, were re- the home of the
bring in a recommendation (I I thereof would handicap, hoodwink and override connection entertain the Tri-County Federationat Friday evening at
f Hight be held for Sweetin'. murder. order superceding such action. I the traditions of our fair state. leased today. their club house on Friday. Oct.3rd. secretary Mrs J. T. Qull y. the
i Evidence for indictments on both | teachers And other officers
minister It is incumbent upon us to sound the will begin with a following
had been admitted by the BEGINS: ERECTION: OKgToicGE The meeting the
of
i crimes will be to the elected for the remalndur
presented '
i clarion call firmly unite ourselves, ; twelve o'clock. wi-re
but broke down this morning after ,, BUILDING( luncheon served at
grand Jury at the October term. with march to the polls and safeguard : I Starke Woman year:
being closeted in the same cell I The members of the
I L M has. started the construction Mrs. E. D. Card, teacher of the
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Gray
Democratic
those golden principles Invited. All those
Mrs. SweetUi Admit; Plot With the minister with State's Attorney I Club are cordially
Minister\ Thompson, and newspaper men iis-i which our forfathers have preservedfor of a large building near I who expect, to attend please notify class. assistant I
which he will use Mrs. I.. II. Eastman
Mount Vernon III., Sept. 23After teningat the door of the cell. I us. Sincerly yours Smith's Garage Mrs. K.: M Johns before Wednesday,
for his surplus road machinery teacher
R. A. GREEN. storing
Elsie signed a new confession -I Oct. lit.
an all\ night vigil, Mrs. Reverend Hight superintendentof I
this that late yesterday in which he i Democratic Nominee for Congress. after he has completed the. workon Mrs. J. It Bennett,
Sweetin confessed morning
state road number. 13. The building The first regular meeting of the cradle roll.
,I she was implicated with. the Rer. said he poisoned his wife, Anna and CARD OF THANKS I. a substantial one of concrete executive board of the Woman's The routine: business. of the class

Lawrence M. flight, of Ina, in the bought the poison with which he and heavy timbers. Starke being Club will be held-! at ten o'clock Wednesday was. carried out and plans discussed!
her husband and Mrs :Mrs. Sweetin killed her hus I wish to thank my friend whoso l
plot to poison said centrally located he will use thin morning, October lit at the for futore work the spiritual partbeing
Hight. In order that. she and the minister band. They had planned to be married faithfully assisted me during the building as a storage depot while at club house. And on the first Wed- / especially f'mpMllzecl.n : .
could be married, thus con- the minister admitted. illness and death of my beloved bun- in officers present the
at work on other projects in thikectlon nesday morning, at ten o'clock, "III(!. the
firming the confession made yesterday Earlier in the day the Ina clergyman band. Louis C. Futch. Especially doI of the state. each month thereafter during the pastor Rev. J. J. Briton, attended and

by Reverend Hight. had signed confessions that he thank Dr. E. L. Biggs for his long entire club year. contributed inspirationally. to the

Arrested yesterday evening at. her administered poison< to both his! wife and faithful service. "The summer !girl l I. becoming meeting. .

home in Ina. 12 miles south of here, and Sweetin. Until afternoon he had May God' richest blessings reward more and more risible" says a READ _

Mrs. Sweetin steadfastly denied any steadfastly maintained that Mrs.l you. writer. I had noticed that.The THE TELEGRAPH SUHSCRIHE TO

part. in the alleged poison plot, as Sweetin wa In no way to blarn MRS. NELLIE FUTCII. Passing Show (London). FOR ALL LOCAL. HAPPENINGS TIlE TELEGRAI'H_ TM'



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PAGE TWO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, iv2t7m4tlons I

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-- 1:smiling obliged her, and she disappeared -! PRODUCE HOUSES ARE J JI been recognized la the north as a 'answer?"Kentish Observer.

.. .. .......----.. .N"a.a. ."- toward her room. Quickly she BEGINNING TO REALIZE I r staple food and this recognizance .I -
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.. .. 'Ii" itr"Jf':! : I I, returned for another. I FLA. SWEET POTATOES is said to be !largely due to the fact YOU SAID A 3IOLTHFI L

-- .. "So to trouble she that the Northern soldiers in theSouthern I _
-. r-. sorry you, I --- !I I Aunt Dinah was having a t ,
said The clerk assured her It was all Northern Concern Becoming later- ,; cantonments during. the pulled by a "painless" dentist r-

i right, but when she returned for thei I ested and Begin Inquiries of I war learned of its delicacy. 'dentist had difficulty in making :

i third the fourth, fifth sixth, and Alachaa County GrowersIt I I Farmers say that if this crop ever extraction. Finally the tooth was; c .

i seventh his curiosity got the better I 1* Said I II I becomes as well known and as well and Aunt Dinah straightened -,

the of him. liked in the north as it is all over with an evil glare in her _-
TED BILLINGS AT HIS WORSl"BOT could not help comparing two I New York produce and comD Si eye :
a men.Curtist Wright hadn't even per- I "Beg pardon.-but if you spilt think i anon houses are beginning to become the south, that a great many sections remarked: "Well, sah, Mr. Der>

!" I 1 we will gladly send a maid to ;, of this state will find enormous maybe you all is painless, but :
Howdy finally: managedto ,mitud me to kiss him when we \interested 4n Florida sweet potatoes, !
I assist you, he said. incomes from it, as it is an
I easy ain't"
exclaim when I thathe earlier in
taw 'i were playing silly games l according to J. M. Moody, of LaCross. i I
"Oh, thank you-perhaps you had matter to produce 100 barrels to the
strange visitor was Ted Billings the evening, and while Ted's words ; ., who stated that these concerns i
!' WARNED
'' 'better do that. But it isn't the ink-
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"Goth, you gave me an awful itart 'wounded me deeply, I couldn't beat were writing for contracts for j

I continued "I didnt recognize yon,'having' Cnrtias Wright accused of I the water "pipes in the bath roomI {as high as 500 acres at the fancy re-quire i Sam, while walking in the wr -i.:

Ted, you're so squiffy. j something be was above doing. I I I have burst price of $5 per barrel! for big stem .many crops.Investigations. I.I!late one afternoon, was surprised ;'j'
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He caught my shoulders. This, "[bated the injustice of his implications. BLOND BESS OPINES '.Jerseys, f. o. b. cars. I of the possibilitiesof a wildcat which proceeded to cbu

was the second time that night they. j I the crop will be made by businessmen him to the top limbs of a large '-'U
I "Harmony in dress is to be desired I Mr. Moody, who is a director in i I
and farmers in the sections
had been held firmly. Curtiss Wright t "Listen. Ted," I tried to summon the Alachua tree on the edge of a deep can>'JT:. r
County Chamber of '
but the freckled girl in a polka
had pressed his hands to them a few a tone of raillery "you're tight and | adapted to growth, and if the proper The wildcat was climbing as fast 'asSam
dot dress leading<< a coach dog I just Commerce, states that the season
momenta before, but this time the either. ( inducements are offered a good and soon had forced him 1>" ..
you're not being a good sport, j :
saw, rather overdid it. just passed was the first In the history
touch was different. Ted's grip wasso ,You can't find this in the book of I of the county when an Irish acreage will ,be planted next year. I'ously near the decaying end of along "

intense. etiquette. It isn't being done this His Impression ,potato crop failed to bring handsome DELAYED i limb extending<< beyond the lIQje '

1th awright, Thallie." he stammered 'season!" and I smiled faintly, untilI An Englishman arrived in New ;returns, and he attributes the failure The self-made man marched of the precipice. Sam decided it -< ":

"all that innocent, baby-doll noticed that he wont paying the time to remonstrate. I'.
York and during his first night atone !I this year to excessive rains and the proudly into the office of the great '
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stuff ith over. 1 love you, you 1U' (lightest attention to what I was" of the big hotels, a heavy wind late spring. financier with whom he had "Wildcat, he said impressiv'* -.

devil!" he concluded, at the same laying.I storm came up and blew him out of Both the Irish and the an appointment "wildcat, does yo' make me go ,e

time trying to force his kisses upon I Then I struggled desperately, but bed. Gathering himself up, he stag- potato crop inch furdah, yo' is gwine to have ;
!sweet will be Increased "I don't rememberme
largely
potato -
crop suppose you
me. I had never seen Ted drunk before ;he twisted my head np with his arm "gered to the telephone, and called jump a long ways fo' yo' suppah'American : -
next .according Mr. he began "but 20 ,
,
: year years ago .
and he was revolting. A bit of land forced more of his offensive the room clerk. Legion Weekly.Kill
Moody and if fails he is when I boy
one sure was a poor messenger :
Marjorie Chenoweth's philosophycame i'kisses upon me. "I want another room." I'of' a good return for the other, he you gave me a message to c.rry-" those annoying) ants by fan .
across to me at that very mo- I dog!" I screamed at what's I
"Ted you "Certainlybut wrong says. It is said that it is only re- "Yes, yes!" cried the financier. gating their beds with a solution '
ment. "Laugh, Bambina, she had ,him. "Let 111 boiler! ?"
or I'
me go i with the one you are in
cently that the sweet potato hast "And-now you've come with the sodium or potassium cyanide.
told me in one of her heart-to-heart (There was no need now of pretense "Oh, it's all right, but I thing designers I I

confessions "men can't stand to be .of' humour. have rather overdone the .- --. --.-- _. -

made fun of in their lovemaking.They "Go ahead, and holler your head I ventilation here." ---'- .' JLe&T; _" -{-..---
want to be serious and a sense off" he suggested, grabbing me closes I I

of humor Is sometimes more protection I "No one can hear the pretty lady." True to Form 'I 1

to a girl than a chaperone, or panted. "I've got you! Whee! I Dentist (forgetfully, as he reaches

even virtue." ''What" a 151' mermaid!" into the hood of his motor car): fi''l I

"Where'd you get that pre-Vol- "Tell you what ledo., Ted," {:"Sow, this may pain you slightly

stead jagg, old Scout?" I laughed up (I making my voice as natural. pos- but 111 be as careful at I can." I II

at Ted Billings. "Come off, Teddy, sible. "Sit down, we'll have a good I PClmrsMULOS

you aren't a sheik and this isn't the over" ,
old fag' and talk it tactful
Ioat men develop great
Garden of Allah It's Atlantic Beach: I I I : I
"Talk, ben he laughed harshly traits-when other fellow, is the biggest '
and much nicer "Come on, now, liN Thallie"-111 I ." :

"This is no joke, stop that infernal never forget the disgusting way he [ 1

kidding," he commanded, and his said my name-"be the life of this And Plenty of It ,

fingers tank deeper. "You've had a party. Don't chew wanna love me?" I She: "Does roller skating require i

pretty good time playing with me, He didn't even look like the Ted I any particular application" iI t :X

but that don't go to-night. D'ye hear, Billing I had always known. Gone I I lie: "No, just plain arnica or hone I -

you 111' beauty "was the good-humoured boy with :liniment are as good as anything I I
He crushed to him and I felt "
me whom I had laughed and danced and know of.
a wave of repulsion that was over-
childhood. I looked
frolicked since
whelming. Our shadows made weird I Two Line Verse
and
across the lonesome sand dunes
Wine I I know
distorted blotches, like giants on a realized the situation and for the am
Crows don't crow-just 'cause.
string, in the moonlight. first time in my life I was frantic.
"Don't be to squlrmith," he ad. I
"I'm not like that I'm good, reallyI She Knew, All Right
monished. "Waspa matter Thallie, ,
am, Ted; please, please let me go." 1 1I Agent: (Searching in st1'ip-
you never have minded a lil' loving. began to sob. "Madam, I have here the greatest

Don't be so stingy with your kisses. I Invention of the age. It is a compacttool 1I1.Year Utility
AM! tavin' 'em for your architect "Stuff don' go, Thallie, you'reitpoofin'
which can be used to cut paper,
friend" he tneered. "The rest of the !" And with that he gave one i
lean a pipe, pick locks, button. at Lo"W'est Cost
at shoulder strap and I could.
bunch aren't dumb lIa. Thallie, we all tug my I shoes, bodkin or needle--it is-"
hear the taffeta splitting.
knew you were pullin' a pettin'party" Hou"ewife-"I don't- need any

"Let me go, you cad!" I hissed at I lairpins-I'm bobbing my hair now." I The Tudor Sedan body type-now widely

I flinched, and the picture of Cur- him. But he jeered at my efforts.To ([Door slams.) I' popular-was created by the Ford Motor .

tits Wright paraded before me... I.,. ( be continued) I Company. Into it has been built all the
t a a e e 5 e e e e a 5 5
I. EXTRACTS FROM COCXTYGESTS' I utility that any light-weight closed car can

_. SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDING! '). W. Monran crayon ___.._____.. t.SO I provide. It is comfortable and convenient -
; J. W. )",.... crayon _.____.__.___n ISO ,\ REPORTSI roomy
J. W. Monran book __n.._________ tS44 1 e e a e e e e e a e eI easy to drive and park and instantly
The board met in regular session J. W. Morgan enyon __ 1.00
all members IJ. L. fnii.rhm rayon and brooms .- 7.04 I Marion-The first four calf club adapted to varying weather conditions.
1924 with The
1 Tudor Sedan
:
September ,
,
I Bnn.tt present | O J. firiffln elcanin" yard .__.n_.._ '.00 boys of the county have bought Jer- ,
''n. W. Alderman ...nins, yard __.__- n.'" ''sey calves, paying fifth cash and I i
Minutes of last meeting/ read and I Wilbur Brown elranio" ward -----.-- 1 M ; $590 !acr'tcmfianCoup.
approved as read. I W. E. Thornton cleaning yard .._n_ 10.00 giving notes for the balance to three
I J. 8. ttanmn bucket brooms LOS DetroIt
de- :::::::: Ocala banks. This is but the start.
Friday September 12th, was A. A. Durden el*.nin* yard* 17.76J. tS2SFordor
..._._____ I.
L. wren cleaning yard (.00
glared to be a holiday in the school: *'J. L. Wynn transportation ..._._____ 19.00 Lake-Ceo. R. Smith. FruitlanJ I Sedan 6&S HOC THX MEANEST AUTBOIUZJEDVOKDDKALEH
account of Ceo r.lnloth moving buildln __-___2SO.OO \ Fay EquippedRunabout
of Bradford county on
Ilkq Thorn Janitor ._ .____.__ 17.SO 'Park grower, is shipping pears;
u
(
the National Defense Day program. Anthony Morn. Janitor .- .-..-_.____ l.W ban shipped 1010 bushels and has I
P. r Collier book. -.--.-_.-.-.__._.. __ t.OO I. 3263
Widow's pension claims were ap- : B. r' Johnson chart 7.0 1600 bushels yet: to ship; has netted I Touring Car 295Deoountabl

follows: Louise Grime Con 4 Well.. rope, hammer, plunger 4 19 $1 and $1.23 a bushel. This pear- ; ... -'
proved R. V Jahiuon Co. chart _.____-_.- 70 j j i Run ...
|10, Maggie Crowning, $8, Ruby D _._____n._.____. U.SO known as Cincincin-is blight proof "cad bun..I55.ws
Roy tEd o.dip lew _____.__.-.-_. SS.7 I JU4 fricu f.o,b. O tr... J
Green !.8 Alice Rogers $8, Della or. bean well and is fine for canning or j (
I. C. Manning brooms .--_..__....__ ..2//1
Thomas, tA, Carrie Thornton $3,, L R. Ualney cleaning houea --.__.- 1O.OO ''cooking purposes. jI j
Dndfonl Co. Bank not ------------300.00 !
tattle Cloverscttle 96, Leah Hicks,, Bradford Co. Bank apply on not ...100.'" I I THE UNIVERSAL CAR
$14, Sidney Crawford $10 LizzieTompkins BHaford Co. Bank. .....*!___....... i iI I Baker-Wave checked an outbreak j I

Kate Dean, $3, R. J. There being no further business, lot hog cholera that promised to be I| I Vow cmn tare my far4Cmr OV..YwLw..Ildo.rp.vneuand.rr....imf tmtry
$0, .
Or fewy Oft f A Ford WMtUy P.reA.a.Plow.
; rernu for tit* Oa.nee. SMI ens
Oliver $3. |the board adjourned until the first ,:ser OWl. Have given information concerning ] I rIM Ford** JrrM row..<.-iWo.4*ill gladly: **' plotn both pt+n*in detailFOLKS
t I Monday in October I I poultry and proper handlingof I

f All widows, receiving allowance : II. B. WIGGINS L. W. KICKLITEP. cotton stalks after the crop has J --- -----,----- -- ------- -------- --'
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under the Widow's Pension Act will j Secretary. Chairman. i ii been harvested; several farmers are ..

end statement, signed by the teacher each I i I preparing to burn all stalks in orderto __ __ n_ ___ _ n __ __ _on _____ ___ __
showing how many days Y.i destroy. winter quarters of the
., child attended school during the I I'J p' '
; Z5TL j jI boll weevil.
month to the superintendent by i I .
--- r- -
-- wA- = i -T TT-; RONi UPSTAIR5 IS \ I
Saturday before the first Monday. I! j Putnam-Many potato growers
The bills audited land for the next crop. haw e Pi. CB. I TEDQa I DO NOT
following
were r 'f'II: GAL MAT TWMtC* MOfguxiv4 I are preparing TOo.C IIS ..r ( I VS'SM TO STAV HEfJETW '
". and ordered paid from the school is aoop EWOCICH ROR.nR Much corn and good hay U being EVENIN' l& .&C-RTSI IS =PS
ANV OTHS 2
funds MAY t-6; f HT-"WiO: LEST.: harvested. I IN OUR A FtJtt vY CHA.i .CTES BOAROlNOHOUSES IN

K. M. Jnhn sal erri** _____... I" I WONDER KJW .' 3 'ryJ TOWNx- i
Olm .. ITS PascoSeveral of farmers LIKES TN' --
t."I. .-:::::_:.-::::::. 4.00 our TOWN cLnci: W z
w. o 1>....11 iMehliui ---,_..____--IM.no have decided to buy cattle for milk b >
M... n. .....101... teaihlna- _..u___..._ MM production this winter; next week r ".
Me. 0 A. "..s._ .....101.* ______ ".00 ;
.I .'11... J. T. Mown ....101". ___..__.". tollll with the assistance of the countyagent $
i Joy** Terrv ......101.*; ......__...n__. SO. ..... Kilwar-la tnteMn. ..._.____. .I".tteJ. they are going out to buy a
Boetwrlirlil crushers .. .._.....12110 carload of the best animals they can Brains L
Mn. J. \. Rixlwrirht ....101..* ....-. ftO.OO I fi -
Mmlle rt..o>n teachlna-. _________u.-- ".DO i I find :. LZ(. '
Gladys Wuilln. tra.htn. ---------n
I.*um Wvafi teMhin* ._...... ......__ to.OnFlam Okeechobee--F.U potato p1lnlln ')
1 Hn.l. IracMn -......_..._. eo.1IO I -
," H. HVI,.(i.. Bunt. _n" _" TS.IKI IK progresting. Truckers are buying
It. R. Wi........ 1..1. <1. ....--_...__..._ 14X1II 4 .,r and them By >
B. Wlichw "opt. _. ___...__.-__. 1*. good seed are disinfecting ( ,
t
U W Kirklited' beard .._ .----M fur disease control. <
I. J. Wynn br-ar.1 ..f,$... .--- EdwardMcCulbugh
bent ..rl *.MMa
A. A Haien "''
Wh,.(... .heln. examination __n.. 100 -'-" Seminole-There is an insistent 'r r '
R H. Pmrlmaheln. lamination -__-._ tea demand for more club work here. '., F OO 0
.
Ma Wlnlna makin eertama ... __ TOO A CHAMPION
''''IhI. l-arton t..ehln. __.__... ...n 11.... AUTOCASTER
.. Valley MeKlnn return .....11a.. _-.- 1,0/1 Passenger (frisking self): "Lost Dade-Our farmers' curbmarket
:" ... ."
llred'..'" Co. T.leirrcvh printing I. It, that's .11-I've lost ticket!" having outgrown present quarters,
W. II Harr.1. lr n.t,,"rt, Uon -_-__.__ W JO my
< .pnrtatlon .._ .__" 71 JO. Conductor: "What lout the city has authorized a
A. I. (1.-.0 lran -- ya mean, manager ,
WAL VES'M BUT GONE TO MEXICO FOR-
,\ .. .._: 4 ,
...... work on truck JOAuir
n. W.. BriMkelman rove rnaklnatru k ....... 4T JOR I. it?-Say, you couldn't lose a ticket larger building on a new location. TH' PRoPHlETOft HAS HIS LIVER WHV. ACE NYAIS

T. o....n r.l.1. truck __n___ 5.00. a yard longr." I &OHB TO MEXICO 7HER8 V BOTCHER

!'i.'to II W. B 0 WiMln1 Duran) ..button....hln. for__._tru_."k._._-.._.- .*....no f* I, Passenger: "Couldn't, hey Say. .Okaloosa Much excellent: hay is FOR HIS LIVER / SHOPS IN THIS

,<",., E.lw.rrt. rrpalra .....'---_-..._..-157.57 being harvested by our farmers now. TOWN 7
?. A Roy A. Pnrilm paint ...............--.1.0,04'' you don't know me. Once I 101lt.
W. A M.rrl.laT ...nml ._..__.__.--- J.JJRCM ,bass drum." Osceola-Truckers are planting

'i, Rar Bdiranla K.II.y tlwnlnn'. ,. BOUM...----------2:: : :: J'II I''I winter crops in a hurry. Kissimmee 1 .l S fit t t ; 1
1I..II.nol trachln..t .._________ 'S.04I Regular. Order fk
0..1.
... -.4000" people are taking steps to plant
IMchlnx -- heard the
A>iwa J" nr _. i Judge: You're charge Y.OO
Albert Ijimoni trachln --.-....n 11.OS trees and ornamentals, the work
( Rkhanfcton tMChlnc __._-.--- JJOO. are you guilty or not guilty,"
tale\ Pinhnlator u.ohlnii _u_...___._n being in the hands: of a beautification
T. B. Prisoner: "Why er-111 have to
..__.. ._ no
tneMns -- -IJJ
--
J A. Wawlln ._._.___._____ committee. Oe
I 0111. Ha._ UMkin. J"JJ hear the evidence first, your honor. QJ
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fM 5...hlnc ___._..nn -- I "
lt. t..ekln/. ..___-d__._____ 75.00 Duval-We have put up an agricultural -
W. graham .....htn. __..n-. ... .- III nor An Absorbing. StoryIn
H.B.rtl.L....Mortal.. trMklnK -.....____..__n.- JJ.M a New York hotel the other exhibit of the county whereit
tntehln __.____... .. fS'J 'I will be seen by the 20,000 Odd
Hamilton
Ulla __._ _________ }.JJJ day, a woman guest came rather
Whit' er.vo0 .u
W. ____ _____.__ .JT Fellow delegates here for the next
.. W.C. Joiw White bucket enrol ...__.u__-_..____-. .JJP. hurriedly to>the desk and asked if few '
>. C. Jon. brooma .._____-_-____. .-- J. she might have a blotter The clerk days.
.i c- ..... bell __ ...__.__.__. ,
ft
D.. C. J _.__.-___-____'... J.JJ I Treating oat teed with formaldehyde .
Jones mo -
D.I) C.C. .In.... buek.t-..__.n..............__.--. ..ZO, I To Cure a CoM hi One Day or corrosive sublimate for smuts
Crayon ----
J.J. W W. More-ail Morns ersSoa ._..-.-___. ..._-_ 1.00 T.k. LUUTTVt. BROMO QHNBfe' ( _.). ItRODl& not a waste of time; it is good
__ _.. to t'aultb sod Wortaoffla*
.J W.W. Moan Mama.raron.raron ..d'__u''___'_'____-_-_' s00l t CoM. t W.4MO'"L E __.ca- Jtto. usiness. NAI.rNO1iI








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ID\Y. SEPTEMBER: 26. 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FI.ORIDA
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Y I Ha r dee ;his cabinet marched at ed I it> doors this year under condl- "Brvddern and "
aistern, repliedthe "How did get that
I you cut on
the head of the Defense Day parade .niif more favorable than in
Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs any recent preacher, "let him who is without your head?" asked a man of his
here. The procession formed at the year, cording to officials ofI sin tie de fust I
stone.
........ .. ..., .... .. ..... .. .. "lightly inebriated friend.
MV m **i.' m mma -mmtm jjt..s.......... \ Capitol building and proceeded t he ii.vtitution. Student arrived during ,
l through the main streets of the city, the week-end on i-very incoming HEAL TOLKRANCE "Must! ha' bit myself," was the

Live State News the governor and his cabinet leavingthe l!I train and scores conic by aut''>Il1O- I Jackson--"I have H Ford; what reply.

L- column at a reviewing stand, bile. There not only will be record, I I cur have you?" "How could you bite yourself! up

__ where, following the parade speakers '< attendance this year, according to Everett-"A Packard." there?"

Told by Our Exchange addressed a large audience. Machine registration officials, but a much I .Jal'k8on-'ell, that's a good car "Must. ha' stood on a choir."-
Gun Company M. of the Flor- greater geographical area will be
too-! O. E. U. Bulletin .
o (Ottrwa). Tit-OIt. (London)
ida National Guard, the local American represented. This increase in the .

St. Petersburg-St. Petersburg's ing August were $1,307,184.36, while Legion Post, Civil War Veterans student body wn said to be the result -

d..r, ,'ment of National Defensey receipts totalled l(23S >,7fll.53, the Boy Scouts and school children : of several campaign workers I tD WIDIDIDmiDeC41t71R1@t1i

was expressed when more than report shows.PensacolaJ.a. made up a marching column several travelling constantly throughout the

;:;00 representatives of various civic blocks in length. I summer months. In athletics Stetson I

jriimzatlons joined the parade. Pace, widely broke into fame last year by i i
West Florida lumberman and naval Tampa-Eggs shipped into Florida winning pennants and honors, and

Uaytona-Daytona's observance of I stores operator and chairman of the can be detected at a !glance, if a the prospects this year are pronounced I i .

fense Day consisted of a parado U. S. naval stores commission to plan being put forth by tho American brighter than ever. Dr. Lin- I

which civilians, National Guard Europe that recently Poultry Association of Florida
completed an coln Hulley, the president, expressedthe I
embors and Cadets of the Daytona exhaustive survey of turpentining Is adopted. The i idea is to have Flor- belief that Stetson! Universitynow I

n
,
l.lu/ '.- by David Sholtz. Pensacola. O. II. L. Wernicke, the distinguish them from eggs of its history.
second Pensacolan on the commis other states. H. J. Caldwell, of Winter I I
u, ..lIlIlo-Orlando observed Najnal sionis expected back shortly. I Haven, an officer of the association Habitual Constipation Cured Friction
Defense Day here with a pad points out that during the In 14 to 21 Days

in which 1,000 soldiers, ex-ser- Fort Myers-A health campaign spring months Tennessee and Georgia "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN".. is a speclally-
prepared SyrupTm .Luxnllvc for Habitual l Means
'
utiupated.. Following the parade will be held in October, accord- ped into Florida, and the rubber should bo taken regularly! fur 14 to 21 days

uhill! services were )Meld in Rola. ing to County Superintendent Mc- stamp method will enable to induce regular action. It Stimulate! and Office Friction '
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Ferron. The work will be in charge discriminate between the Florldu-i .
I KiWest;--A heavy down pour per bottle
of the state board of health who
laid and the other variety.
in prevented the holding of the De- will send workers here about October I SEABOARD TIME: TABLE t

'tt-e Day Test parade planned here 1. A special car for dem lstra-1 St. Petersburg-Chief of Police (In effect! May 11, 1924)
...r .*) oclock. During a lull in theterm Coslick in address before I Pounding inferior
I ting state method of health examination George M. an Southbound- on an noisy typewriter
patriotic exercises were con- may accompany the workers, the Optimist Club, decries
No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.33 p. IB. "gets the nerves"
ul't,1 in the recreation hall at the Mr. McFerron states. I Florida's search and seizure law, on an operator.
No.
3, 11:02 a. m.
'uYard.. _. I saying it' gives too much protectionto
No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m.
Sarasota-The Florida National
lawbreaker and does One irritable dissatisfied 1
between I the suspected nervous, girl may
St. Petersburg-Roads Guard contingent may soon be augmented No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m.
t. Petersburg and Jacksonville are by a company in Sarasota not offer the police officer any NorthboundNo. disorganize the whole office force
rights.( "This law, which states thatno
(must blocked by Incoming cara- if Lieut. W. L. Picket, of the bfflcers' citizen can be searched at night 2 reaches Starke 5:08 a. m.
}ant of tourists, reports Gilbert is successful in his effort No. 4, 4:26
reserve corp p. m. Executives better results
local business who for anything but embezzled goods, can get by furnishing
man
Cleason, a to form such a company. Lieut. No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.
returned by motor. boat from the Picket has started an enrollment of or hampers[ a fugitive officers from in justice their efforts severely to No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m. I their typists with a ball bearing, silent running

latter city recently.BradentownA young men wishing to affiliate with enforce the liquor law," ald the Wannee BranchNo. L. C. Smith. .

truck ran wild I!the state militia and if enough are chief, adding that "a fine of $500 1 is 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m.

and crashed into a tree here whenits mustered, authority of state officials the penalty for an officer who ex- No. 104 arrive Starke 3:15: p. m.

driver, Cecil Courtney fainted at 'I(will be asked for establishing the ceeds his authority in making a T. J. GRIFFIN, There are many things about this machine

the wheel. Courtney was recovering company. search." Agent that we would like to tell you if we may have
from an attack of fever. He was not I ,
I Pensacola-A four
parade over MULE KEPT ON: BRAYING
severely injured in the collision andis blocks long in which everybody Tampa-Hillsborough county is to An old colored preacher owned a the opportunity. .
recovering from his illness. have a new jail-a modern well
walked, with thousands lining the mule which had an efficient pair of
streets as spectators, an address bya equipped structure that will sup- heels loud Our illustrated catalog free.
Key West-During a recent visitto plant the age-worn bastile in the and a but unmusical,
Senator Duncan U. leading citizen as navy planes voice.
this city,
center of the city. A committee,
Fletcher accepted the invitation of flew over head, constituted Pensacola's of commissioner One Sunday morning, while the

Cuban Consul Domingo J. Milord to observance of Defense Day. and composed an architect a county, in charge of the preacher was earnestly exhorting, L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.

attend the dedication of the San I Twenty or more civic and fraternali plans for the new building, has just the mule persisted in putting his

Carlos Memorial building here Oc- I i i organizations, two companies of returned from a tour of Inspectionof head in at the window and braying Executive Office : : SYRACUSE, N. Y.
soldiers from Ft. Barrancas, and the
tober 10, and deliver an adtlress. loudly.
jails in the east. Their itinerary
Navy Air Station band took part in Included such metropolitan centersan The preacher finally suiii., "Dred- 120 West<< Adams Street, Jacksonville, Florida

Orlando-L. R. Whitney, publisher the parade. Elizabeth dren and sistcrn, is there one among
New York, Newark and -
sustained Key West-A posse from the N. J., Philidelphia and Greensboro -
i hospital here from injuries mule] quiet?"
which he sheriff's office returned from a N. C. Plans for the new jail are
the in was "
when car "Pahson
of the
replied
struck and turned over 'search of the woods near Key Largo to be based on notes and figures ac- one
riding was brothers "if will
jirss tie a
you
in an unsuccessful attempt to cap- cumulated during this inspection
by another car here. Young Ir.Whitney's I stone to slat mule's tail he sho will
three ture Charles V. Kendall, alleged tour and they will be submitted to
broken in
leg was keep quiet." ..,... .....
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leader of a gang which shot and the county commissioners at an gtt6ClIDID{ CDIIKIII1fIIIftlIIlII.m. 'WCDWClQ) DlDWCDllKllllA'.a:
I places. I II
beat up two men at Key Largb. Fred early date, it was said.

Tampa-For the week ending I Herrington, alleged to be one mem- I I
September 13, Tampa's bank clearings ber of the !gang, is lodged in the Tallahassee party of fifteen

showed an increase of almost a county jail here. The victims of the Georgians, traveling In four motor

million dollars over the correspondIng I fight which resulted when Kendall nrs. left Tallahassee for Marietta,

> week of last year, clearing house was accused of stealing a motor Ga., after a hazardous experience in
Igures show. Total clearings were boat, were said to be recovering. the storm which struck them while Scores of Homeless Boys and Girls Plead for Good

33,368,028.77 compared to $2,658- they were fifteen miles out in the

37.63! for the same week a year ago. Orlando-A part-time vocational gulf off St. Marks light Monday. Homes---Good Parents and Chance for Love
school is being established in Or- Paul A. Reid, one of the party, re- a

Clearwater-An odd appearing lando, at which those over 14 yearsof lated they were on a fishing expedi-

'raft has been flittering about the age who are employed, will havean tion in a gasoline launch. The storm ---Care-Education
harbor here lately at a speed estimated opportunity for an hour or more descended and they made for land,

at fifty or sixty miles an hour of study daily, for the furtheranceof which they reached only after a hard

nvestlcation revealing it as belong-\ their education in their field of struggle, heavy seas threatening toI I ,llIlId! schools, and churches nearby.

I ng to James Davis, a local mechanicwho employment, or to improve their swamp the small craft at any mo Wi. also earnestly |"li
constructed it of two pontoons. 'education generally. The school Is ment. After 18 hours they outrode ? -t--l; ''M? 'hearted families to take n pair

i propeller and engine taken from made possible through fund: allot the storm and made their way up the of cloven year old girl twln.-an,1

in airplane. I ted the state through the working of St. Marks river to St. Marks and C .' other pairs and trios of older! children -

the Smith.Hughes federal act for there embarked In their motor cars. Z, that we have not the heart to
Gainesville-Lawrence Davis, one of vocational educa- eparate.
the promotion None of the party was injured. ;
.F the old ante-bellum negroes, who tion. j ; We plead!, too, for some good

had been a baker here 25 years, is Miami-Miss Alice Brickell 70 home for some line little pairs of

.lead. Known as "Baker" Davis, the Gainesville Henry Harrington, member of the pioneer family con- brothers and sisters two to six':

iged negro had accumulated a considerable convicted at Titusville, in Brevard sidered one of the wealthest in South years of age that we feel we must

fortune and built up a county, in 1916, of murder In the Florida, was electrocuted when she not m-iuruto.

high' reputation among the white second degree in connection with the came in contact with a live wire And who will give a good homo to

people of the community. He was shooting to death of his wife, and carrying 2,600 volts near her home 4 n dear little blind baby totally blind

ibout 80 years old. who escaped after serving five yearsof here. Mrs. Brickell was strolling lr,p forevi-r-but otherwise a tine healthy -

a life sentence, returned to the through the !grounds of the Brickell ,, little child.

Miami-Miami. Dade county and state penitentiary and surrenderedto estate and whether the wire fell on ? All we ask of families who applyfor

,very military, fraternal, civic and Superintendent J. S. lilitch. Har- I, her or whether she brushed againstIt children Is that they he of good

labor organization within their rington had been' at liberty three I I..* not known. The body was found ,'huructer-and have income enough

Boundaries formed a line of more years, according to Mr. Blitch and by Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Itavlin and tf, Furnish a fairly comfortable horn

than; 5.000 marching persons mobilIzed according to his own statement, had their son, of Larkins when the Rav- null ut least a grammar svhuol edu-

for the National Defense Test spent the greater part of the timeat IIns called at the Brickell home onmslncus. y "'"1111.

under the defense act of 1920. Major Lake City, his old home.St. Miss Brickell and other !,1 In turn our Society will gladly

r Robert M. Ward. Florida National members of the family have been r c furnish full history of the children,
::; Petersburg-Irregular] pranks
uard, the principal'speaker.
was
residents of Miami since long before I "'110a visitor to tell you all about
of a motor car, which at times racedat the city was founded in 1896. Chun.G. -- th,'m, and place them with you for
Tampa-Tampa's population is be- high speed, then changed to zigzagging I
Brickell brother, died uddenlj* W ilenlri M'vrrul months or on trial
home- a In muki' a most IIrlC..nt : a year ,
ng swelled by the influx of tactics, attracted police of-
a few weeks ago and Mrs. Mary appeal to the gumf readers of that before we require any permanent
seekers, but the stork is not neglect- Icerti who gave chase and arrestedthe
Brickell, the mother, died within the new"pnper-unj, of this rounty-for arrangement or legal adoption.
ng its share in aiding the city'sgrowth. driver, Walter Henry. In municipal
birth last three years.DelandStetson. good family homes,, for HOOTCH of There is no greater service that
A record for August court Henry stoutly maintained -
homeless and orphan boys and girls, any family In Florida can render-
otals vital statistics show, drinks" of
was set, he had taken "only two University npen-
There from, six to fourteen years of age, and we know our boys and girl will
vhen 159 children were born. but admitted being slightly
,
liquor who are pleading, praying and hopIng make good! if you will IdYll them a
sere 75 deaths during the month, intoxicated and he was sentenced to
each day that family fair chance
.welve of them non-residents. sixty days in jail, the judge. opiningthe some good
will offer to take them In and give Think it over-talk. it ovtr-do-
brand of liquor Henry indulged
Tallahassee-The report of the have had an unusual effectto them a good home, loving care, a ride to take a fine boy or girl-or A
In must
itate treasurer for the month of such sensational driving. a' chance for education and to become pair of 'em-and write our Slot
I cause useful. Superintendent' Marcus C. Fang--
of
August shows a total balance '3.- by the officers.
testified to
165.164.444, a slight decrease com- We are particularly anxious to about It today-before you overlook

mred with that shown at the end oftuly. Tallahassee-Governor Carey A. find good farm homes for some of it. He will gladly serve you.

! when it was 353258727.To- our older boys-twelve to fourteen Oh, yes indfi-il-wu still need anti

al disbursements for all funds dur'A A CLEAR SKIN years of age-one of whom beg use donations of money-food and

Bright, sparkling; eyes, cheeks witH daily to !go to some good dairy farm. children's clothing-if you cannot
TONIC the glow ot health a skin as smooth Build We prefer homes on farms or in take a child, or two--help us in the

3rove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore a* velvet, the ideal we an strive to With Up Yam WaitnmiHt'iFor Streng villages-just 10 we can be sure of I h<-,t way you can-pleaie.
attain. No blemishes
no eruptions,
and
Energy and :Vitality by Purifying no blackheads, no marks to destroy 64,.*n the BtAiidafd rem
EnrIching the Blood. When you feel its ; edr for Chili r..., and Asu.. Home of Florida"Florida's
the of The Children's
even texture: healthy skin. r)niru.and ouir. t...r. hM feMamuramjtb Society
rtrengthening. Invigorating effect see bow The secret i I. pure, red blood free .Chill Tonic. T.....
rI brings color to the cheeks and how from poison and impurities blood it.t.w.rd.UM Bnrt them ran oft of thn FteM* croublm.to t*.** Created Charity"State '

It improve the appetite you will then that makes the body glow and radiate .Ca.( ?aimo any iiln... ; K. tocuobetioiwayagood Headquarters128 St. James West Florida Branch-7th Ave. &
health blood that drives pimples Atyonrdtaif
appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove' boil eruption, eczema and 6ei mammoUi Dldg. Jacksonville, Fla. Jordan St., Pensacola, Fla.
Tasteless chill Tonic U simply skin blemishes from the system. *
!ron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR ......C. JUDGE W. H. BAKER, President R. V. COVIN'OTON: Treasurer.
Peasant even children like Ik The blood THE BLOOD nukes rich red Wfffi. iih's MARCUS C. "Daddy" FAGG Supt.
seeds QUININE to Purify It and IRON to blood drives the impurities out
Enrich it. Destroy Malarial germ and brings the glow of health. Us it
Grip germ by its Strengthening. Invigortting now. Insist on LEONARDI'S.Refuse ti Chill Tonic '

Effect. Me Bubetimte At all dreggisti. :4l ,

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week business. leon I' of Brooker, paned thr
day and there was a large attei i on ?1
|dance with plenty to eat. The little daugher of Mr. and Mrs.T. :i our community Sunday.

- -- aiELIaara I| Mr. and :Mrs. George Lasting MONDAylI D. Dyal ts very ill at this writing :i NEW RIVER

I Miles: Laatinger and R. L. Prescot, hope the will soon recover. i I _
of Kingston spent a week with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and New River, Sept. 26C. C. *

+ iei.x i returing borne Monday.W. : Sumner with Mrs. Thomas' sis- Sunday.

: G. Jones returned to his borne tre Mrs. Britton Groover. r C. C. Johns and (ariOI11:
----- -- 'In West Jacksonville Saturday after Little Tommie Warren has entered motored to Lake Butler Sumla ,

PhoiicH 29 rapid 100 a visit here with his daughter, :'olra. school again after being out for a ternoon.

w (I Hardy Padgett.I few days on account of illness. I I Charlie :McKinney! and famil.]

r BRIDGE TEA to, O. P. and T. F. Hut to, Silas Kit, I and Mrs. F. D. Lang were TUESDAYSeptember Miss Opal Lewis and Lilamae tended the funeral of Mrs. '
''V Charles Henry McMillan, Dorothy Lewis spent Sunday with Miss
FOR MISS MATTHEWS Jr., visitors to Lawtey Saturday. Thornaa\. Monday.
':*: and Eloise Ritch. Billy Grahan Loyd Austin, of Jacksonville IS Rhoda Thomas. I I Clifford Crawford and Rev. p !'
n At the North Walnut Street resi., '| Hazel'and Lois Adkin. :!Ilary I visiting relatives for a few days. :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and i i Rdedi b. of Heilbornn motored

dence of Mr. and lrs. O. L. Beasley,> I Brownlee, Alice Fernandez, Mem: ': Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Miss Wim family spent Sunday at Graham : Sunday.

Mrs. Beasley and Mrs. Edward I Futch, Julian Peek, Jr.. Lester Pric fred; Wimberly, T.t.. Carte and.. 20-301!) with their daughter Mr*. I. W. Dyal.) ______
Burn gave a charming bridge tt'a, | and Eldredge Robinson, Fenella and I Earl George motored to Lawtey Fri 1 Mr. and :Mrs. Charley Kelley and Death of Mrs. Thomas

Wednesday afternoon, from 3:30 t
'n 6:30, in honor of Miss Jeanette Iat.:I !\ Messrs. Porter and Deane repre !were visitors to Starke last Friday.Mr. the great beyond Sunday after-, 'n
thews, whose marriage to Mr. Iar-, GLORIA JOHNS'BIRTHDAY aented Porter-Hagood Co., of Jacksonville ; Dan Warren of Miami, was at 4:20( being ill but a few daySin. -

cus F. Brown of Tampa, will be an' PARTY were business visitors ben Paramonnt's Wonder Picture here visiting his brother, Will Warren Thomas was only 23 year Jt

event of the 14th of October. This I'I Little Miss Gloria; Jhona was thre Friday. age and was the daughter ofIr..

bridge tea was the second of a st rie.I years old last Friday and her pa I J. L. Biggs, of Jacksonville, Wall : The'COVERED Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Warren, of and Mrs. Marion Moody. She 'as.

of entertainments planned by friends, rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johni transacting business here Wednes ,Gainesville, spent the week here once a member of the Baptist ch e
complimentary to Miss Matthews. gave her a lovely birthday party. I i I with Mr. Warren's parents, Mr. and and at the time of her death.. 4

A profusion of pink radiance roses, I from four 1 to> six in the afternoon, I day.Quite a number of Highlanditei Mrs. Will Warren. They were accompanied member of the Holiness church, -"e
In wall vase and baakets combined the guests being! just a few friends. attended the baseball game at the i home by their little leaves to mourn her death a I a

with ferns, were used to make 1 the. I Punch was served as the little Florida State Farm Sunday. Among daughter Annie. husband, mother, fathere,|

handsome rooms more attract! people arrived, and games wen them were Mr. and Mr*. A. S. Home, I Miss Ollie barrel spent the weekend i brothers Joe. Chester and A" hMoody |

Pink tulle bows ornamented the ''played. To each boy was given a Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Miss at Bradford with home folks. i a h"st of heart hr : handles of crystal basket filled with' each doll, gilt: Ethel Ricks, Miss Winifred Wim I
I ball, and to girl a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart and friends, and also an Itlfant.I .
choice\ roses, and pink candles were that delighted the hearts of the< berly, W. M. Wimberly, A. A. Mersereau -

also used effectively. Ornamenting small guests B. B. Williams, and Anthony I

the mantel in the large living room I Ice cream cones and lady fingers Mersereau.
was a dainty bride, with flowing! were served a* refreshments, and II. T. Boggs returned :Mondayfrom I

white draperies and long soft curls, :the favors were tiny pink baskets a two weeks visit with rela- W A liD NIt

pink ribbons extending from her (filled with candy.MCDONALIMJON'ALIJSON. tives in Calhoun, S. C. sI
train to crystal baskets of pink I Misses Beth and Winifred Wim- BANK

roses. ; : berly, B. H. Ricks and W. M. Wimberly -
I
Graciously receiving the gees I Mrs. Nora Donaldson announces were visitors to Starke :Mon BOCKS"Comfortably

were the hostesses, Mrs. Beasley and of daughter, Gladyt I '
the marriage
Mrs. Burns, and the honoree, Miss ( W. W. McDonald day.Miss Katie Bell Green was a visitor seems almost superfluous to tell I
Mr. I II
Do>naldson to Americana about "The I r
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Matthews. Mrs. Beosley's dress was here Monday. anything ', .
zs
sixteenth, nien- I! I!
Tuesday. September P
and Mrs. of Jacksonville, Covered Wagon, which ia the best
of Madonna blue georgette, Jacksonville I B. B. Williams,
Burns wore a rose frock with Istrimming. !['teen hundred and twenty-four. spent the week-end here with rela- known as well a* the best motion i I Ii
lovely Florida. picture ever made. I i I II
.. Miss Matthews was 'tives.I .
The wedding was a quiet home I R
Although "The Covered Wagon" I I I II
in a gown of powder blue chiffon 1 s I 9t
and few Intimate
event, only relatives a LAKE BUTLER I II
unfolds love
bands. a most heart-warming
trimmed with cream lace in attendance.Mr. I
friends being I
bowl story amid its atmosphere of thrilling -
From cut glass decorated
a and Mrs. McDonald left immediately Lake Butler, Sept. 26-We are
in the ball Miss Alice Tharin lerv- Donald adventure, the significance of
for Miami, where they glad to state that Mrs. J. E.
ed fruit punch to the arrivIng his monumental movie goes far beyond I I
tempting will make their future home. The I who it in the sanitorium in Jacksonville
that of other lovedramaver i iI
!!!. any
guest best wishes of a host of friends wfll i Is convalescing. Her many 1.1
After several rubbers", of brllge follow them in their new liCe.'I .- 'friends hope for her an early recov- ; produced. I :
holding high and low corea I The Spirit of "The Covered Wag- I
players with them again
be back
Times-Union, Sept. 21>t. ''ery and to
were presented with prizes. The first ,m" is the Sprit} of America. They
has been a frequent ''soon.
;'I :Mr. McDonald I I
aw the vision the amazing
prize, a hand-embroidered lunchc I be box given courage
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. There will a supper
went to Miss Mable Weller; the I I II iJventure and hardships of the
set, !J. F. Kickliter, and his Starke 'at the residence of Mr. W. R. Taylor Fixed"The
connotation, a hand embroider I friends wish for him a long and hap I Friday .night for the benefit of the pioneer men and women who opened
card! table cover, falling to the lot oj I Christian church. It is hoped that ip the Western wilderness and made

Mrs.\ A. Z. Adklns. The honor guest; I py married life. I many will be there. our great country what it !is today- staunchest friend one can have is a bankbook

WRIt presented with a set of irridu" BROOKER I Mrs. II. K. Roberts and daughter, ill this lives vividly before your eyesn of his to lean The satisfaction of
this picture.Not own upon.
The talley car I
cent sherbert cups. Misslsola, of Tampa, returned home
were ornamented with a bride and Brooker, Sept. 21-Mr. and Mrs. ''this week after visiting relatives a foot of "The Covered Wag- being comfortably fixed removes all) minor worries
'_ and the odd talley card orna., Blown of Starke spent Saturdayhere. : >n" was made in a studio. Out in
and
groom lere. and leaves the mind free to think of bigger
mented with only a bride was dray I I Ark. is he Western Desert, ninety miles
Hazen ,
Welch of ,
Mr. Geo. ,
by Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins, who received Mr.: and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne, of I risking his father, Mr. Wm. Welch. rom a railroad, 5,000 acton, includIng more pleasant things. It lengthens the horizon for

the lucky prize, a hanging basket of' Waldo, spent Monday with their parents He is accompanied by his cousin, 2,000 full-blooded Indians, worked ambition and allows for bigger and better work.
Mr. and Mr. E. M. Hazen. I for four month to film this sin-
blue
pottery. 'I dies Katie Mae Welch, of Desarc
.. table covered with aP" Leroy Waisden of Manning was a erect of all cinema documents. I this
I The tea was Vrk. They will visit relatives here A bank book of your own is awaiting you at
and the business visitor here Saturday. : "The Covered Wagon" ran two
cloth
r5'1 table handsome was Maderia centered with a cut glus,II L. 11. Hill, of Lawtey, and Mr. I 'or a while and making will visit their further return ears on Broadway, 34 weeks in Los i institution. Acquire it this week and you'll be surprised -
before I
basket of pink radiance roses, fliished !Short, of Jacksonville, spent Wed- s outh Angeles, 23 weeks in Chicago, and i at the thrills of satisfaction; it will give you
bow of pink nesday here on business. i ihome. imilar periods in other cities.
l with butterfly
a R. E. Dell and Wm. Johnson, who as watch savings ,---helped by the 4 per'
motored to Hampton I you grow
tulle, and the tea guests place cards II. O. Gainey See the Indian fight, the nine-
:{, were tiny bride and groom card Tuesday, I I have been spending the last week in tile prairie fire the fording of theiver cent interest '.ve pay--compounded quarterly.

'i The card tables were laid with hand Miss Virginia Weeks of Starke, South Florida returned Monday. the buffalo stampede in "The I'
: embroidered luncheon cloths, and the spent the week-end here with her They report every thing lively and ('overcd Wagon"-drink in the in-! It is a thriller,-is the bank book
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. \Weeks.I rosperoua in that lection.I of the
hostesses, aSuinted by Misses Floe parents. tensely patriotic spirit picture
ence Matthews, Ethel Griffin and :Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen spent I.I Messrs. Hoover Bros., photographers -I -and you'll know you've had theme
Mrs. Catherine Davis, served an the week at Waldo with his sister. of Starke and who stand | of your life! I Bradford County Bank

elaborate salad course consisting of Mrs.! O. G. Strayhorne. < mong the best photographers in

chicken salad, olive and nut cam Mr. and !Mrs. J. A. Boatright spent the state passed through here first ,

.o_ wlches tied with pink ribbons, hot the week-end at Graham, Ga., with rart of the week on their way to Established 1889
2 DAYS 2
rolls, pickles and Ice tea. The favors relative j jMrs. i I Dukel, to take the pictures of the I I !

-r were exquisite pink roses. I : Gladys Waisden spent' the-parents of Willie Pinks ton, the Union : I "Bradford County's Finincial Stronghold"

Mesdames J. week-end at Bell with friends and county boy who through attic
Playing bridge were
)attention to duty was the means of -
L. Peek, R. J. Davis S. L. Peek, E. S. relatives. I ADMISSION: :
t Mitchell. A Z. Ad J. D. Hazen., of Sarasota, open I saving the Italian aviator Locotalli

*, kina Matthews, E. L., J.OiggM M. J. T. Moore, of the first of the week here with', ''A picture of the home and Little I Matinee (Tuesday) 5:30 p. m. --
friends and relatives. He was ac Spring school house,which he attended -
Lawtey N. Sternberg E. M. Johns, companied home by his brother, G. was taken. Hoover Bros 20c and 35c GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
F. f. Stump, J. W. Andrews, Jr., G. the Associate II
by
M. Inman, C. A. Knight, J.Catherine L. Fra- W.Mr.Hazen.Ed Long spent Sunday after1! |' were Press employed to secure these pictures, wbic) Night Shows 7:45 o'clock p. m. INMAN & RITCH

zee, N. D. Wainwright, Graham. [with others, and an interesting( article REPRESENT. TilE REST LEADINGINSURANCE
in
Davis, O. L. Haynes, J. C. Hoover, noon 25c, 50c, 7Sc
cane the
E ;Miss Hazel Taylor, of Bell, will soon be published in COMPANIES FIRE
A. W. Anderson, A. S. Crews, W. ?
last Monday to begin school here.She magazine edition of the Sunday ACCIDENT. LIFE. AUTOMOBILE: ,
T. J. Alderman
Futch ;
Davis, C. A. will stay with her sister, Mrs. Was- ;i Times-Union of Jacksonville. Hoov. Theatre BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
Alvarez Marguerite Gaiety
Glisten Aileen I by Cyrus I
Accompanied
den. er Bros were
Florence Matthews I MADE PROMPTLY
Shriver, Hilda Struth. '
Mr. C. F
A. L Green motored to Ilamptor and Don Hoover sons of
Mary Curtis Williams, of) Key I '
u Tuesday. Hoover, also J. E. Harper, co1'1'e-1 Starkethem
Alice Tharin,
:Mable Wcller,
Mabel West; Edwards and Carolyn Fripp. E. M. flaxen spent Saturday In : sondent for the Times-Union al "COULD .BETTER FERTILIZER BE MACE WE WOULD: HAKE IT"
Gainesville. I Lake Butler.
t, Coming in for ten were: Mrs. G Vero who in their studies and remanding lab Hth PriKlUt .< tile old nil.bio 'S 1:110': PURE": and "GEM BR NOS" o.-
l W. Brown of Lawtey, :Mrs. M. E. I Mm. Lillie Crosby, of here I Union County i'ih School Openedat them that they are the ones who ...*T. oonttinln FALL PRICES. BUa4u4 .f QUALITY for u.. put f.rtr;: run wltk '
f. has been spending some time Butler. those FI.rI... C....... Pritoo Hikt
Mrs Lake will take the
Griffin placef
Miss Ethel I soon
Edward, .
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. ...JU.. Abo) ..t prteU.t INSECTICIDES. SPBATERS. DUSTERS: sad DUSTS.
J. W. E. Mid'Ileton' Mrs. J. :M. Brown- returned home Tuesday, I The Union County high school who are in charge now. The futureof
; lee and :Mrs. J. II. Ritch. A. Crosby her brother Eugene opened in Lake Butler :Monday this country, he said, rests in the E .0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FI t
t by
':.lr( accompanied morning, September 15, for its 19241923 hands of the boys and girls, each ,
I
.
IIIKTIIHAY CELEIWATION Crosby.Mr. Sunday I session with a large attendance and every one should! do their part
Davis, of Starke, spent
afternoon; Master S. R., Pupils and patrons assembled that they may be an honor to their
I Saturday afternoon here. 'promptly at 9 o'clock in the auditor county and uphold its laws and reverence BOYS and GIRLSSell
large number
(: Johns, Jr. entertained a and Miss I
:Mattie Ogden
of his I Miss rium when the following programwas the Star Spangled Banner, be <
home
i of his friends at the week-end at
Laura Wynn spent the Centennial Buttons and make
I- called American. good
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, rendered: worthy to be a true money
parents, Ninth and Walnut streets, their homes in Graham and Starke. Invocation by Mrs. A. C. Strick- Study law, give every attention to quickly. Florida's Centennial comes in Novem-
Sr.
corner
Mr. and :MM. Raleigh Waisden, of i 'i books, obey teachers cooperate I
the happy occasion being the ninth land. your your ber at Tallahassee. The lovely buttons show "
"
II motored here Sunday. the Beautiful. I II them and will
anniversary of the host's birthday. Graham I Song: "America with success five flags in'colors.
Herman Moody: and S. D. 1
each presented Mr. and Mrs.: I Scripture Lesson by Prof be a certainty.
arriving guests
The
their popular young host with a father, W. M. ;Moody spent Sunday Padgett. I' Prof. Padgett was princpal last Write at once giving references as to reliability. I

gift, after which games were played afternoon here. i i, Talk by R. E. Dell, one of the term and gave satisfaction. He is FLORIDA STATE JOURNALBox
Is :\11'. and Mrs. L. II. Futch, of Midway : trustees of the school. highly esteemed by the patrons and I
r' the lawn.
on the week-end here. in behalf He I Is fortunate 494 TallahaseeFla.[
The birthday feast was of deli- spent 'I Mrs. P. M. Padgett spoke loved by his pupil I
r' cious ice cream and cake, which wall Remember Sunday school at the of the Woman's Club and Invit- in having such a competent and able \

( served by :Mrs. Johns assisted by Baptist church' Sunday morning at ed teachers and patrons to an Informal faculty to cooperate with him, most .'-- -
Misses Ethel i 10:00.: All are Invited. B. Y. P. U. at reception at the, ..Wo"'an'sII of them being former teachers of this
Mrs. E. E. Canova, Ito .
Canova and Cora Dyal. 7:30 every Sunday. Come. Club that afternoon. school and the pupils have learned
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Griffin, Mary
'' The little folks invited to the par- HIGHLANDHighland. I II Address by Principal.Song appreciate and love them. The 1 SASH LUMBER BRICK LIMECEMENT

', ty were: Sinclair Peek, Jr., Arthur : "Morning: Bells," by high faculty is as follows: DOORS

Darby Jones, Frances. I.ee Peek, Sept. 20}-Mrs. D. L.Rigaby school. Principal:: Prof. S. D. Padgett. BUILDERS HARDWARE
I Stanley Bennett, R chard and Lois i and children spent several i Song: "Union High School," by Assistant: K. G. Duncan.

Long, Evelyn, :Marjorie and Lillian I'Jays visiting relatives at Maxville audience. Mrs Olive Handley, Mr,. R. B.LoveU SHERWIN. Everything.

R Stump, Ben Stemberg, Sara Hope ant week.D. i The address by Prof. Padgett was I Miss Emmie L. Bohanan, WILLIAMS . ,* for
t. and Georgia"Uayne Martha Powell, R. Rlgsby spent the week-end rery Interesting and impressive. lie Mis Russell Rivers, Miss! Dora PAINT, Building
Eunice Canova, Helen Cray Leslie here with his family. j I plead for the cooperation of patrons, I Johnson, Mrs. E. E. Rogers Mrs. R. KYANIZE, and

k. Biggs, Geraldine Johns, Joe Ed Rev. J. F. Conway and Rev T. XL pupils and teachers, that a most ; 3. Warren Mrs.: William Johnson VARNISHES Repairing

'.: wards, Jr., Martha and Milton Barter of Green Cove Springs: held uccessful> term of school might bej I :'Bias Louise Sims and :Mis Sarah B. CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

Brownlee. Jr., A. E. Wall, Jr., Lillian a week's revival service at the Bap- : he result Prof. Padgett is a man )til ton. 1

r i' Garris, James Richard Wainwright, lit church which ended with the'' who has the interest of the pupil at I ZIFF STARKE, FLORIDA

N. T. Ritch, Jr., Tommy Ritch.Glona Sunday night service. Dinner was lert. exerting .his every effort for
Johns, Lucile Edwards, Carrie Hut- cried on the church grounds Sun- heir promotion and encouraging Ziff Sept. 2S-:Mr. L. It. Hill, of "

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: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER: 26, 1921 BRADFORD COUNTT TKLBGRAPn. STARKE. FLORIDA

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Mrs. Eliza Wills who has recently 'I'' children: Mrs. O. O. Taylor, of Se- In Probate Court
to help In Kitchen. ,
sold her residence property on bring! ; O. G. Russell of Aluchun; W. I Will of Annie Apply III 'rco.:
Brockmeyer, deceased Hotel Marion.
Eighth Street to Col. A. Z. Adkins I P. Russell it*
Bits of LOCllIII1.iorl11l1tioll of Jacksonville; S. O. admitted to probate and lot.

left Sunday: for' Ocala where she Russell, of !Marion S. Russell of I ters of administration with will annexed FOR SALE\ -Jersey-UolDtein mulch,

will make her 'home with her son, Ocala; and T. W. Russell, of Bartow.CIIURCIl"OP I issued to W. E. Blacker chief cow with young calf. Good milker.

James Wills. CHRIST I beneficiary. J. Hevnan Williams Starke.

Cary Smith colored of Lawtey, 1'lO-tt.' ,
Concerning Our People Businets and Mrs.! II. Austin' left Thursday for Advised by the physician' to go to was adjudged insane :Monday by a
FOR and
SALE-One Ford truck
she will visit her
Pro grea of the County and Town. \ Hastings where Tennessee for a month's rest wife committee composed of Dr.. J. H.
one Samson truck. Quigley Broom
Mrs. Z. J. Roberts
grandchildren,
and I expect to take our leave of the Carradine, G. W. Brown and Mr. W.
and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington. Later Co. 0-19-2t
I good people of Starke in general, W. Balsdon.' He was committed to
she will go to Miami for a stay of and the little church the asylum.
on the corner in WANTED-Wood choppers for four

1 John Powell was In Jacksonville several! days. particular, next Thursday. Brethrenand NICHOLAS foot wood I. $1 a cord. D. Boree,

! ruesday. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Fridayand sisters, be faithful in your attendance IS SENT 11)GAINESVILLE Starko. It
Saturday in The W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. D. DISTRICT
Jacksonville with on the Bible school and the

Judge R. A. Green spent Tuesdayin her sister, Mrs. J. L. Briggs C., will entertain at dinner the vet- communion. Pdt away all unkind Dr. W. S. Nicholas! of Clarksville FOR LOIKUNU OR BENT-Furi >
Brooker. erans of J. J. Dickison Camp and Let all nished rooms with bath, toilet and
thoughts. suspicious and
., Mr. and Mrs. fa. C. Richard, of the Ruby Davis Chapter C. of C. on evil surmisings die. The communionis Tenn., has been named health officerIn lavatory on Cherry street. W. E.

Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Monday Palatka were recent guests of Mrs. Marianna Day, Saturday, the 27th i one of the deepest mysteries, and charge: of the Gainesville district Daugherty. 9-19-tf

m Jacksonville.Mrs. Anna M. Kelly at Kingsley lake. at tHe court house highest wonders, and moat sacred state according headquarters to an announcement of the board from of FOR RENT-Modern; house with 7 .

joys the soul can know it is the rooms bath and sleeping porch. L.

D., E. Knight spent Tuesdayin Mrs. Catherine Davis had as a recent Rev.: and Mrs W. E. Daughertyleft' soul's banqueting hour. Let every health. H.Partridge. tf.
for Tennessee where Dr. Nicholas comes from :Montgomery
Jacks8nvtlle. guest her brother, Bert De Thursday i member attend the banquet eachLord's -
weeks while county, Tennessee, where ho FOR SALE OR RENT Five
they will spend several room
Montmollin, of Montgomery, Ala. day at 10:00: a. m. Thus you
I his won recognition for his work. His house, 4 of water
Mr. Daugherty is recovering! I. acres land good
Col. A. Z. Adkina spent Wednesday will keep open doors and your souls
I health. 'They expect to return to new office will include supervision of and burns, just outside of town.
in Broneon. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Limbaugh of will grow while we are separated
I work in the fourteen following to'. C. HollingMworth. It.
Starke at a later date. coun-
Oak, motored here and spent Sunday I :owe from the other. Let nothing flag.
ties: ,Jefferson Madison Taylor
:Miss Kate Struth is in Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Faithfully your fellow servant in FOR SALIC:.-8-room house and lot
I Mrs. Henry Freeman and son, Hamilton, Suwaneo Lafayette,
relatives.D. Christ, In and out. Walnut
visiting In good repair
have been Dixie, Columbia Aluchua Levy Baker
Henry, Jr., of Miami, who -
W. E. DAUGIIERTY
New line of woolen Sweaters Street cream location, cash or
the guests of her mother, Mrs. Union Bradford and Marion.
G. Cox, of Melbourne, spent I terms. Address Jay S. Brown Box
for men and women arrived Josephine Edwards have gone to GASOLINE NOW
Sunday here' with friends. None of us would look very handsome 297, Plant City Fla. 0-lD-lt.
at J. M. Alvarez.Mrs. I Gainesville to visit Mrs. Freeman'ssister AT LOWEST LEVEL OF
under a inicnocopp, hut that'sthe
Gainesville Mrs. C. V. Simpson. YEAR, REPORTS SHOW \\'ANnn-ul,1: Colony Life Insurance
Carl Johns motored to I way we want tn t treat folks who

Saturday In a business trip. S. E. Brownlee returned I New York Sept 19-The gasoline I run for iilflrp Chuauo, Itlndo Company of Chicago! Illinois,
from where she t Mrs R. E. Gahagan and two little
Wednesday Palatka !
price average for 30 principal cities offers agents! a wider Hold and in-
:Mrs. T. J. Moore, of Lawtey, was was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. sons, who have been visiting at the
of the United States i ii* now at a new reused opportunity by writingman .
A. V. Long.A. home of her father L. C, Powell, '
a visitor to Starke Monday. I low level for tho year of 11.71 cents woman and child from 0 to

Sa- through tho reduction of one cent fill the annual mi-uimual or
I
I on
:M. Darby and family, who have vannah. Mrs. Gahagan was accom- rENT-A-WORD
Ladies buy your hose at been spending the summer at their panied home by her cousin, Mrs. L. a gallon tank wagon, by tho Stand- quarterly premium plan, for

Sternbergs.G. ; Kingsley lake cottage returnedhome C. Powell. ard Oil Company of New Je1'soy0- amounts\ !going up to $:,000 as regards
ports from the cities show. Last children while for adults

yesterday. I low 12.7 cents. The hilChaveralt'l' I the limit is $30,000. AH the Company -
M. Inman made a business trip MrsO.. L. Beasley, Misses! Carolyn year's was
this week to Orlando and Sar sota. Mrs. T. Griflin E. M. Ethel Griffin motored to for 1921 was 18.13 cent writes also! nuh-stnndard
J. Mrs.
: Fripp and gasoline ; KOIl SAI.K: Pair ol hem'v work few
This said! to readjust risks agents have very
was
Johns and Miss Irene Von Osthoff, Gainesville Saturday morning, Mules, ehenp fur ril-dl. I 1.. ,I I.VYI1I1., our
to the basis of present cnido The Company Just entered
prices .j'dlnu" :
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Monday
Dur-
of Jacksonville, were visitors to where they met Miss Jeanette Hampton, Ma It" I
and Tuesday at Keystone Heights.L. Starke C. of ill! prices! resulting! from reductions .. Florida and ill looking fur airooil
Saturday. don and Mrs. W. Spencer ---- --- -- --' *
throughout the country, except California. I producer in this locality H
Tampa, who spent tho week-em WANTED I olotednl> I 01 worn in

H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a busi- Miss Dorothy Richard returnee i with Mrs. Beasley. m_ _

ness visitor to Starke last Monday. Sunday to her home in Jacksonvilleafter BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN. ( .. .
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a visit at the home of Mr. and The latest in bride's silver -

Sam Rosenberg, of Tampa, was Mrs. W. L. Wall. Sunday is to be a day of special! PRICES PAID
is William and Mary Design, HIGHEST
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here Monday attending to business.J" things.\ The Bible school will] meet at I

Mrs. Reginald Gray, who has been and the Virginia Carver de. ts regular hour, 9:43: : a. m., nn<1 FORCOUNTRY Ii '

T. Quigley spent Monday in visiting relatives in Richmond, Va.'or ., sign. Mitchell's Drug Store
the of the lesson Is to
after
lake Butler looking after business. study PRODUCE I i iI
several weeks returned home
,
carries both of these beautiful unite in a special service at 11 :00.

:Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr., spent Sunday morning. I(patterns, as well as a splen- A program has been arranged for an I AT

Thursday in Lawtey with relatives. 'did of and interesting exercise in the Interest
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Mrs. IlaroM line cut glass service Is OVERSTREET'S GROCERYNext
of State Missions Such a '
Davis returned from motor (I china.
Friday a
Genuine Bermuda onion sets Florida : being hold throughout the Southland Door to PostofficeINSURANCE
trip to Bartow and other pointsIn
and Garden seeds i In all Baptist churches and from
bulk new
Rye I and Mia Hildti
South Florida.A { Mrs. E. M. Johns
9-12-3t. I the scores of thousand gathered a .
Whites.
at ..
Struth will give a bridge party this --- -- -- -
mighty: response will be made to the
'' afternoon complimentary to Mist
Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, Paul, new' line of Ladies' Matthews bride- growing demands of each state In
Jeanette
were visitors to Jacksonville Tues Dresses and Hats at Sternberg's. to-be, and Miss Lois, a Efird popular, of Win- the south. The pastor will have an. .
interesting talk on "Florida, An Unparalleled
day. ston-Salem, N. C., who Is Mrs. All
Opportunity. mem-
'J ohn.' house guest.
J. P. Tatum, of DeLand, was a re- Messrs. S. T. Dowling, clerk ol bets of the church, with fumlicH

cent guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. the circuit court, and J. G. Johnson, Mills Marguerite Shriver and Mrs are urged to be present. We look for

Biggs. tax assessor, of Lake Butler, were J. E. Corpening will give R miscel- a rally of all our forces at thin nor-

visitors to Starke Wednesday.Col. laneous shower next Wednesday vices.
Fall Miss The B. Y. 1'. U. meetings will be- Agency Established 1886
Famous Bing Suits for afternoon complimentary to i
atJ. and Mrs. D. E. Knight motored Jeanette Matthews, whose marriage gin at 0:30: p. m. All young people oltho I
and Winter daily
arriving
to Green Cove Springs! and spent to Mr. Marcus F. Urown, of Tampa, i church and congregation are invited -

M. Alvarez. Friday, Mr. Knight having gone will be an event of October the llth I to get in at the opening' of this. i J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

there to attend to professional busi- splendid' work. Then, at 7:30( Wt"

Owen Griflin spent the weekendin ness. The Starke Bakery is having Its shall have n gathering Of all the

Gainesville with his cousin, Pike with the .,
plate glass front remodeled to allow young people, along parents

Holstein. J. In its display windows and friends.<< The various societies of
Mrs. S. E. Itrowrtlee and Mrs. more room
The under \Mr. Nobles man- children and young! people will hu -
M. Brownlee will entertain the localU. bakery '
Miss Lois Efird of Winston D. C. chapter next Thursday afternoon age ment Is doing a splendid business given Boats reserved fur them. The ( -

Salem, N. C., is the guest of Mrs. E. October 2nd. four o'clock, supplying outside towns as old-folks arc to come too but the I ,!

M. Johns. at their home. well as Starke with bread und pantrioa. sermon and songs 111'11I'al) he directed i qtrtJ1 : II

to the young. Weare pleased .1
Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill of Law- with the number of young men of ( ( 1 II
E. Rhodes I
Mrs.
Mr. and Ralph
visitors to Starke Monday with and! >
tey, were and little son, who have been guestsof Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stramlberg I the town who worship us,
afternoon. Sunday we shall ho glad to greet
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. and! children of Jacksonville spent ''a on II r I Ii

Alvarez, returned Monday to their the first of the week with Mr. and goodly number. I
11. L. Sparkmun, of Tampa, wasa The ordinance of Scriptural baptism '
Tallahassee. Mri. II. O. Drown. When they re-
home
business visitor to Starke duringthe in the
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at
turned to Jacksonville) they left will be administered f' a I

past week. their to be with his morning service.IN I i..
Work on remodeling the A. S. son, Charles
aunt, Mrs. Brown, and Charles has I I II
Frank Pomeroy of the University I Crews cottage on Walnut street is COUNTY JUDOE'S COURT !
entered the first !grade of the 0. II.
of Florida, was a week-end guest of processing rapidly. With the added I I
T. Doala "'orLhll' "
S. State v* M. ,
J. M. Mitchell. improvements it will be a handsome I i I II II II
chocks; case continued to Sept. :21! ,
bungalov",*' when completed. I
Monday evening in Gainesville ,,3 p. m.State. I
Ed Larson and Mr. ,Bergin, of \ the "Monsieur Beuu- II. Hill language I
moving picture, VH G. profane '
Keystone Heights, were- ,visitors to Mrs. N. Sternberg and son, Sammy carle," wan shown, and the follow- and disorderly conduct; plead, T tll fJlll } :i S /i/ Il j I

Starke Saturday.Miss Newn Alvarez and Joseph ing party of'Starke people attended: .guilty to disorderly conduct and lined ; .
Gainesville
motored to
Thomas ,
Messrs. John Powell, Harold Wall, $2 and costs.
Brinson, of Fif- Tuesday' evening to see the moving
Josephine
Tom Limbaugh, Bill Wainwright, I State VH J. O Williiims, having intoxicating ,
tone, is the guest of her sister Mrs.J. picture "Monsieur: Benucaire. I
: Ethel
Eugene Matthews, Misses !liquor in Ins possession i ; I
II I
E. Corpening. Griffin, Blanche McNeil, Florence plead !guilty. Case continued to I

If you want solid leather Matthews, Isabel Bullcn, Beth Sept. 2filh.in I When Man Isn't Sure of Himself
Miss Cora Dyal, of Jacksonville, shoes at moderate prices try Brownlee, Alice Tharin Lucile I a i

was a week-end guest of her aunt, J. M. Mitchell.
Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. -

Mrs. O. J. Griffin. I Sternberg's.Mrs. 666 r Nobody Else is !

Don't buy your hose out cf W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Col. and Mrs. J. X. Fruzee have re- ,
Brownlee, :\Ir,. May Dickens of turned from a month's outing at Atlantic a prescription for Malaria, Chills I

town, try Everwear Hosieryat Chester S. C., and Col. W. W. Weeks Beach where they have a sum- and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever.It You can be "sure"of your money

Sternberg's.Miss pent Thursday at Brooker, guests mer cottage. Bass fishing was Just kill. the germs.COFFINS I i

of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Retting good, the Colonel says and

Irene Von Osthoff, of Jack- they expect to motor over frequently .................. """""""'IIUf' ..'" or.-- Check In---Check Out---Check Up

sonville, was the week-end guest of :Mrs. J. :'1. Brownlee, Mrs.! W. L. thin fall fur week-cndfl with roland l & CASKETS

Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Wall, Mrs. May Dickens, of Chester,, reel. During their stay Mrs.

S. C., and Miss Dorothy Richard, of Frazee was honoree at several delightful ft ASM a Full Line of CHECKING IN provides security, economy
Mrs. Bruce Norman, of Jacksonville JO U..d."eu' S.p,,Y..
Jacksonville motored to Gainesville I bridge parties. On last Fri-
is a guest at the home of her Wednesday and were guests of Mrs. day she was hostess at a bridge tea J* AUTOMOBILE- -HEARS( and piece of mind. I

uncle, E. S. Matthews.Mrs. S. T. Dell. at her cottage, Palmetto Lodge, giv- 0
0 Atw r. em hand. The.beat mrr
en in honor of her niece, Mrs. D. T. 0 elect -t the low..t price. Spoil CHECKING OUT is convenient, systematic -

G. W. Roberts and Mrs. W. Mr. arid Mrs. A. P. Hoffman are Clark. cfej aU.. oa to telegraph *rQ safe and I

E. Torode of Lawtey, were guestsof .. .. .... sure.
at their orange grove in South flor- era. < MRS. J. RUSSELL DIED ATWORTHINGTON
friends here Monday. ida for the next few weeks. During S. Cl{] s i ic
their absence W. S. Blakely will SI'HINT.S y DeWITTCJONES: J' CHECKING UP is at all times easily and I

Tom Spencer of Tampa, motored have charge of the American Ex- Mrs. Ellen Lenora Russell age 71, H STARK!:, FLA accurately done.IF I :

here Sunday aid was the guest of press office.F. wife of S. J. Russell, died Wednesday T. .
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Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. at noon, at her home In Worthington FOB WOBKIMi PEOPLE I
,
- \ Scott is having plans drawn Springs, after several week The best of workers get out of sort YOU PAY BY CHECK '

Joe Kee land J/ihinan ,Dallas, of for a store and filling station to be illness. At the time of her death all whoa the liver foil to act. They (...*.!

the University-of Florida, spent thy ,erected in the near future on his her children were at her bedside, also languid, half-dick "blua" and discouraged!: I j :
,and think they are getting U. Neglret BANK OF STARKE
of her She issurvived y.
weekendwith Orville] Griffls.Mm. lot, eorner Ninth Street and Temple some grandchildren. of them symptoms might result In a nick

Avenue. This is an excellent 'situa by her husband, and seven Twll, therefore the urnmbta course in tot&.Ir.e I I

J. E. Corpening and baby tion for a store and filling station as a> dose or two of Hfrt.eno. It L) just The Bank of Helpful Servicei
The net DM Not Affect Tb Mad
and also I QmUmt be medicine needed to purify the system
the
it is state highway,
Friday on
daughter, LeEUa. returned Bore..... of ft* Ituthr utlixt. LAXATIVE and restore Urn Tim and omLitioa of

from Fiftone where she visited her convenient for North Starke busi I by oyon BRCMO* wHh-xu 4UlYIHL niulnl(Tbtou amfnat) can riulaa.IM f.>.a mlth. Price 60c. Hold by ____________ ___ .1

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PAGB 81:1: BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 192t
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: 1 PERFECT HEALTH
I\llaml-Area of 640 acres success Eustis 'Up-to-date ,
automoln
I TnllU Pill. k_p !*>. ...._ In p..f etenfer.
] lUnUto th. ........ .ad produo fully seeded to grass by airplane; to be established.
camp
: r1FARMEIsand FARMING : A VIGOROUS BODYA work accomplished in 20 minutes

MnrainfS'Uh luwUelMTuft's hand-seeders that ordinarily 30 would days. take two men Lake Worth--Contracts let, tutti,

-- ,. .- ing $414,958.80, for construct! "

FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE PillsFlorida West Palm Beach-Approximately I I North Lake inlet.

ARTICLES: OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDFLORIDA'S fifty miles of track laid by builders

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. College 'of Agriculture. hI of Florida Western and Northern i
The soil is ordinarily filled with Coleman.
I ,railroad between here and
'''. minute ogranisms known as bac- 1

P t than last I|| teria. In order for a soil to functionto I Tallahassee Contract awardedfor
CORN CROP12.675.0UO more year.
BUSHELS. I Later on he writes pleasingly: the best advantage it Is necessary Say "Bayer Aspirin" I construction of paved road on

for these bacteria to be well taken state highway between Ocala and
"The State's tobacco has
been
IS ESTIMATE, 1921 I crop the Chew it after
INSIST Unless
see
harvested and sold and growers ares care of. They thrive on decaying you Lowell; to cost $320,075.

Gainesville Sept. 10 Florids'r 1 I well pleased with results generally. vegetable matter. In working over "Bayer Cross" on tablets you Penaacola Street water II every meal

r corn crop, row being harvested is Several thousand acres of bright this matter they convert it into a are not getting the genuine and paving hall It stimulates
main extensions city
the best of some years says a federal form that can be : used by living safe new
i flue-cured tobacco were planted this Dayer Aspirin proved by financed bond issue of appetite and
begun; by
rti+ crop report. On a slight Increase .' !:year and the crop has proved a profl- plants. millions and prescribed by physicians $300,000. iC Ids digestion.
last Bacteria need food and function
over year's acreage production table one." can It makes your
for 24
is estimated at 12,675,000: '.1 So much for what Mr. Fleming to a certain extent as well in years. Tarpon Springs-Contract let for food do yon more
bushels. Last it was'10,250,000. I winter as in summer. The farmer Accept only a good. Note bow
;. year ,,has to Bay. I read the papers right |I C"A Improvements costing $14,000 for
: Good weather for growing should feed them in both'winter and' It relieves that atulfyIter leellq
i( corn ,pre. I smart and they are full\ of tobacco '1I7 Bayer package Sponge Exchange building.
'J' :' vailed all through the season and I :'cotton and corn, tobacco especially\ summer. This he can and should do tJ I hearty eating.

V.. quality as well as yield is high the' The editors are whooping up tobacco I I by plowing his land and turning into which contains directions Stuart-Centrifugal pump df 2,, w....... t...lk.t ..
stuteii. it the remains of and proven 500,000-gallon capacity Installed at sw..t.
report crops grasses
.crowlnll. Even some of the bankers i Handy "Buyer" boxes of 12 tablets brath ...
More fodder usual saved I'' weeds that thereon Pelican Bay at cost of $31,300. .
and
than was |seem to think we ought to devotee grew .\leo! bottles of 21 and IOU-lJrulllfista Ir..It.a-,

by farmers this year and they havit !'more thought and time to tobacco, (during the summer. 4r>lrln 1 IN flip tmito, mnrk or Barer Mann Stuart-4,400 acres of citrus and thatt' .-
nicely cured and stored. |cotton and corn. Many of us farm- I It i lit advisable, then, that some .rtcturo of MimtmcettcaclOfUpr" of Sallc,llc.clJ muck land in Carter Creek valley to
The remainder of the corn-raising plants that will grow during winter
: erg ourselves are wild about these i' Dade City-Work resumed on be developed.
.: sections of the United States did not' crops. I i!I be planted on the land in order to construction of lludaon 4ripeka s

; do so well however, the report giving | But, boys 9, it scares me. I'm note take up and use and save for future hard road. ArcadiaAutomatic switchboard\

the condition of the crop for th ', naturally given to fear. But I'mJ]I'crops the plant food that becomes C to be installed by Scott Telephone l

t' entire country on September 1. as' trembling about this business. You 'I'I available from the action of the bac- Deland-Extensive paving and additional Company.

6(1.4( per cent and production at only'I I know, it's a habit with us to go in teria. The soil must be kept at work sewer construction to be

t,' 2,513,000,000 us compared with 3,- strong for the thing everybody made if best results are to be expected. undertaken soon. Lnkeland-The Lakeland Evening ? NI

.; 0.16,000,000 last year. a killing on the year before. I've noticed Crops grown on the land in winter Fort Pierce-Good headway being Star-Telegram new afternoon daily, EII

. RAWBERKY OUTLOOK I it along time. It's great all have another advantage. This is in made on Fort Pierce inlet causeway starts publication. I II I

. IS REPORTED BETTERLate right to make a nice pile on any supplying grazing to livestock at a project. I ----- --
crop. But we got to use caution. time of year when it is hardest to I
'
!IMuntinicaVill lie the Rule and 1 We just can't be persuaded and have and most needed. Tavares Lake Region packing '

7 Acreage Probably! Not Any led into going too strongly to any of BLOOD OF GREAT JERSEY house being improved preparatoryto II IIt7

Larger Than Last Year these crops next year. What everybody season's run.
IN FLORIDA STA. HERD
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has nobody wanta. That's what I
Strawberry have been I I\liamI-Thls city to have one of
growers we' got to avoid. For myself I've i High-quality blood is rapidly be-
hindered a good deal this season by 3 largest radio stations in United tr trt i 1
about decided to plant no unusual ing acquired by the dairy herd of I W
} the difficulty of getting plnots. The t States; plant to be built at Hialeah. 4
of tobacco cotton Station. LJ
crop corn pea- the Florida Experiment .
weather the 1 is
wet of
early summer I
I. nuts hay nor anything else in par- From a modest beginning less than Lake Worth New machinery
for this condition. The
responsible ticular. I'm going to grow a little of 20 years ago with a handful of costing $10,000 installed by Lake s .Y
roots rotted from the old stock,,
and when the away rains ceased they had I all and try to hit it right on some of scrubs grades and one or two pure- Worth Creamery Company.
them. Then If I lose on some the. breds, the herd now numbers 60,
t to develop a new system beforef 'I Moss. Bluff-Interstate Utilities
loss won't be much. most of which are purebreds. Several -
sending out runners. As a result,, are listed on the Register of Corporation of Washington and
plant production was low, and many SPRAY AND DISINFECT
Merit a kind of honor roll for cattle. Philadelphia takes over young hydroelectric
plantings will be later than usual. TO CONTROL LOSSES plant and contract with

At this time, however, there f is IN EGGPLANT PATCH Among the outstanding animals In city of Leesburg. 0 G
considerable this herd Is a young two-year-old. NI t t 6AQi:3
activity among grow
ers. They are scouring the whole] I Much of the losses to eggplantcrops Jersey bull Sophy's Wexford FlalCler-Electrlc light plant to be

state for plants. It Is the general be could be prevented, if known Noble. This bull's granddam is So installed in near future.
preventive measures were taken by phie's Emily owned byVm.. R.
lief that prices will be high and that
Various disease N. Y. This Tampa Contracts aggregating 'BuichBodies and
means, of course that everyone. 1 Is: the growers. cause Kenan Jr. of Lockport
trying to get into the I most of the losses and practically all cow's record for the last five years $2,000,000 awarded for dredging
game. BuicR Chassisare
Last the Plant City market of them can be controlled. shows an average production of 15- work on Bay Island; plans being
year The serious disease of the milk which contained made for construction of $1,500,000
/ disposed of between three and four most |, 253 pounds of designed ::lsIngle
million at of 1 eggplant is caused by a fungus 757.28 pounds of butterfat by test. hotel on the island.
quarta an average
(Phomopsis vexans) which attack 'II j She is listed among the first seven unit. Chaff
about 30 cents a quart. The maxi Orlando-Y. M. C. A. to launch
and leaves of the I of the Kenan
mum yield here !is five million quarts I the stems.fruit I Register-of-Merit cows campaign for building funds..
,, which wan attained your before last plant says G. F. Weber, associate farm of her age.IRRITATED. \VI1y7Juick; cars
plant pathologist of the Florida Experiment TavaresDevelopment of Ridge
about
then ;
The average price was
20 cents. Station. I EYESGet I'ark to be completed soon; cur- are so roomy ;1jdcomfortaole. >: :

These figures seem to show that,,, This disease on the stem is known worse and worse the longer you rounding streets being paved.
stem-cankers. It let them Lconardi's Golden Eye
as tip-over or may go; F.IHA
all' things being equal, Plant City
Lotion cures inflammation and soreness Groveland Sidewalks ordered '
be the fruit by apeckl-
recognized on
can handle a five million quart croat p without pain in one day. Cooling, heaping laid throughout Ledbetter and An- \ "
for there is ed oval-shaped spots on the sterna strengthening. Get "Leonardi's'-
a substantial profit, a ,
profit in ruining berries at 20 centsa by oblong canker-like spots, and on it makes strong eyes. At all druggist derson subdivisions; paving opera-
the leaves by circular brown spots. tions continuing.
quart. But ythey also indicate that '"
the crop of greatest actual profit The disease on the fruit appearsin TENTATIVE FARM PROGRAM Orlando-One of city's newest industries

would be one of about four million the form of somewhat sunken, Orlando Potteries, pow 11
Farm Bureau
quarts. Of course production else- ]oval "spots which in time become dot- Recommended-by I shipping products to every state in

where might greatly affect this cal ted with minute pimple-like pis- 15 acres Corn Peanuts, or Beans Union.

culation.! However there Is not the I tules. Ordinarily this rot spreads (fall harvest). .
t
slightest danger yet that Plant City I rapidly and In a few days involvesthe 5 acres Cotton, (followed by Rye !Mt. Dora-Building unusally active .-

.;. will lose ita distinction as the greatest entire fruit.Leafspots or Oats'\, for winter pasture). ; many new residence under construction .

winter strawberry shipping point caused by this same or- 4 acres Tobacco (followed by Peas I j

in the world.-Plant City Courrier. ganism appear as Irregular brown and Oats for winter pasture). TavaresSteady progress being .

POSTCARD WEEK ISATTRACTING spots' without any distinct markings ,I 10 acres Corn. Peanuts Peas, (followed made In street paving; by January 1,1!
zonations but often with dark
or by Peas and Oats or Rye).
: INTEREST 1925 every street in city will be pav
specks.To 10 acres Peanuts Peas or SoyBeans t ed.!
control disinfect the seed for LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
Jacksonville Sept. 17Interest for summer pasture or watermelons I
a, throughout the state in observanceof 5 minutes in a 1-to-1000 solution of cantaloupes followed by Orlando-City to vote September M. Smith, Manager.

Pout .Card Week, September 29th corrosive sublimate; then wash wellin Oats or Rye. 30 on issue of $100,000 bonds for : Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties
several changes of clear water auditorium and for I

to October 4th, Is much greater this 10 acres Permanent Pasture, Leaped building $90,000

year than in any previous year, and dry before planting. za, Bahia, Carpet and Dallas EGraues. equipment! and beautifying grounds. I I When better automobiles are built Buick will build them ,

judging by the organizations which Spray thoroughly with 5-5-50 bordeaux .
,
have Indicated to the Florida Devel mixture. Repeat the spraying 1 acre Sugar Cane. u :

opment Board and the Florida Realtors every ten days until a week before 1 acre Sweet Potatoes for early !

Association that they will ac- the last picking. To prevent market. .

tively participate. The Florida State staining of fruit an ammoniacal 1 acre Sweet Potatoes for fall t1tEa IORAM Ll. Rdbtttr !1 Iv ,.

Hotel Association has endorsed the solution of copper carbonate can be market. (FOLKS '+.'+7 WbUCh OD .

idea and President Charles E. Youngof substituted for the bordeaux. 1 acre Garden and Truck. t1h CsEP. ') SAW A
!RY LINDY '
St. Augustine has sent a letter to 10 acres Fruit (Grapes, Satsufn- IN OUR '- SHEp CV
FALL PLOWING AND COVER r
of as, Oranges Blueberries Sand Pears
every member that organization CROPS HELP THE SOIL -
urging them to take part by sending Excelsior Plums, Figs and Pecans). TOWN J r --Th I

cards to all the names on their mailIng Fall plowing for the soil is considered 2 acres for Home and Yards. S .TR AFIi20Yf

; lillt>l. The basic idea Is to advertise by many farmers as abso- 10 acres for Wood lot. '

S, each locality by the cards sent lutely necessary.' It stimulates the 4 to 10 Good, butter-fat producingCows SOAP

therefrom and to get the people soil. It breaks up beds and nests of (Purebred preferred). i

;; started to Florida early in the season insects, rats and other pests. It tears 3 to 6 Good Sows, (Purebred pre- :'

":. up clumps of winter-growing weeds, ferred). d tb181sn '
bushes and briars. It turns into the 100 to 300 Purebred Hens, either

'. CAUTION, FARMERS, CAUTIONBy land plant growth which then rots egg producing of for meat produc- _

:; Spuds Johnson and is retained as valuable plant tion.GIVE Dy .

Mr. Fleming's crop report for food for future crops the farmer IT A TRIAL THIS YEAR! EdwudMcCclYoaP

yM", September has made me do a lot of may grow. .

! eJ, thinking. lie says: "Florida has But winter cover crops shorld be FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL .

. mado the best corn crop for some grown on the land to use this plant : REVIEW

: ;':'1 years; it is estimated at 12.675,000I food In the meantime. Crops grow- AVI'OCIIIIICK
I 1 bushel," which I Is 2, 425,000; bushels ing on the land in winter take up

, more than we made last year. from the soil and feed on plant food Milton-Three miles of street to j

Then he says again. "Condition of which gradually becomes availableas be paved; work started.

the Florida cotton crop is unusually the turned-under vegetation de-
Miami-New track of \Miami MiiAs. j
the farmers race
In this way may
{ high for this date. Weevil infestation cays.
from the land Jockey Club nearing completion.Key .
prevent the removal
and 1 damage are less than usual
( of this food by rains winds or !
plant
and fields are suggestive of pre- West-Contracts awarded for ,
," weevil days. Indicated production is olher means say specialists of the Building 25 miles of 150-mile over-

27,000 bales, 117 pounds of lint to To Stop a Cough Quick seas road to mainland. Road will be
the acre." This means 13,000: bales built on bridges ant, on coral Islands -
take HAYES HEALING HONEY, a
N curia LIKE IT ON EARTH cough medicine which stops the cough by I as Flagler railroad( was built
healing the inflamed and irritated tissue 25 years ago.TallahasseeThin.
The new treatment! for torn flesh, cuts K r .
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE:
wounds, some or lacerations that is doing
to have
t such wonderful work in flesh healing M SALVE! for Chest Colds Head Colds and city .
the Boroiono liquid ADd powder combination Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of new paper Florida State Journal. r
treatment. The liquid Borosooe M itA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve I. -
should be rubbed on the cheat and throat f
r a powerful antiseptic that purifies the SAFE Q Q
wound of all poisons and infectious germs, of children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
while the Borosone powder is the great nt.HMllolI erect, of H.m' Hmllnu Hon In;
.Id*lh thrott combined with th. tolling> healer. There is nothing like it on earth Grow :Q-P o-Test. S.I lv through the porn o* w 0
for speed safety and efficiency. Price ka kla oDO >cop.eDu.h. ;
) 30c", 60o ADd 120. Powder SOo Both mown.r* pek lad 60o. Hold by COM Of III. _biDed UMUMOI U JSc. f
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'HEALING MGC.u .wiL
Ail Drat Stores HONEY. 25 *

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FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER: 26. 1924 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARES FLORIDA


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REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES Bond outstanding October 1. 1923 ----___.._.._..._______ __ 8.14 1 -

BRADFORD Outstanding warrants October 1. 1923 -----------------------!-__1 --8.00 1821.14 while those who do not invite it ball ..ubmlt.to the electors of the State
COUNTY : at th to be
belli
Net deficit October 1. 1928 _________n______________._ 00 h.. o. 47.*i only lnll on for a while. lOMriair after Ih."I.tlon first Monday. In on November the first

PERIOD ENDING MARCH 31, 1921.Th. RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS /* no cancer can succeed without A. D.. 1984. for ratification' or rejection to-

following report of the receipt and dlsbo01 .. .- .. ...... o.nno.IIOM.leln. the aid of wit :
of BRADFORD ..Jwlt"lnAdvertl upon Inheritance

(- NTY for the period ending Mar. :n.t. |!u.4 with the .::'n"-dnc18.??... of warrant* .. deficit ._....._.._._ _. i"K through tinati..oincome oftax Id.nlo or eltll.n of or up
A ______
uuUtandlna and a statement of the asset* and liabilities, and the value :i" county property. - ? 2'347.64 printed page Mtnta shall \. levied by the of Florida
otler than "enool of the said Bradford County. .. reported on the 31st dray of 101 by DISBURSEMENTS: FOR THE SIX MONTHS commands attention, holds the eyo or under ,ita authority and there shall be exempt .

the Board cf County Commlaslonere and the Clerk. of the Circuit Court I* hereby .rbU.h..i under -- -- -. -----.---.---- and sells goods. from taxation to the head of a family
the provision of Chapter 8818 of tn. Laws of Florid. Aetesiaf 118. ----- 0,000.90Net residing. In this Slate household goat and

ERNEST: : AMOS Comptroller. deficit March 81. 1924 -____ a.o.T..-. That every I business concern mUtt perusal .f..t. 10 the """. of n- Hundred

Outstanding script March 81. Itti4 _._.._ goo know what In the most ''f8UO.IO) ..

GENERAL FUND OuUUndlnv bond. March 81. lan -_______?__............ 8,313,14 8.821.14 intore.tnl
things they have that \ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing

Dei, altos fcalane. October 1. 1923 ____ __ k ._ 6,3b4.6A Trustees balance March 31 Intol.t Amendment .
? 1924 to Article
----------------?____ jM the of the .
'qcrlpt' certified, not presented Octo"'rn 1.: 1923 -:::::::::: ::::':_..._..__.J0.20: 5.414.89 public and then persistently toll lion of the State of VII, ... Con.ltu.

the public about them and Counties.B .1.Uv
en': -landing warrant October 1, 1B2.1 --_______ _______ ______. 73.20 .... ASSETS AND LIABILITIES through the I* Reanlved by the legislature of the Slat'
printed
pngte. Advertising through of Florida:

RECEIPTS Wft' balanc POR October THE 1.BIX 1923 MONTHS n______--_---------------- -------00-- 6,842.89 falane' ch In depository, all fund ____ASSETS___..._..___. __..___.__..__ a.OUT.ml the printed pace In the ono big opportunity oiTJ*of' the Co1ntitutlen. of" to Article

Uncollected. taxes ___________?___________ ___._____ _. 18,447.83 through which VII ..th the Stats of Floi
From tax _
collector taxes ____________._ 0000___.... 1,794.18 ? any business to cities and .ntl. t be nu..

From Comptroller redemption ..--_---_ '?____""_ ]A ftp Total available asset -_.-._?__.___________......._._.___ U.505.n can do a larger and more profitable lame hered la ftn-tlon hereby 0 .of ...1.ArUcl.\ to and. VIII h and the
From comptroller, railroad license, .---..:---. __n___ mi 411 buaineRs. led to the "r .h.1 aubmit.
From Comptroller, telegraph ta x .ill LIABILITIES ?.I.t..' the !I.t. the general
From Comptroller ..... tax --------------- TS.88 B Warrant outstanding for current expense ............... ......._ jnfl.an Copyright t02l. by E. i-lectli.n to .. held on the .. Tuesday .t
Bradford County Abstract Co.. yen t_ -. Ill-----------" 80.00 Due Union County ._._____ ._____u____? .?.___ II.RAA.611 R Waite the Unit Monday. In No..r. A, D.. 1934. t.

Bank, interest _n____________ ___-_-_-_-.'"I"::.' S4.AO .818.61 Drainage bond outstanding ...._... _..._..._.... ____00_______ 881X14 rallllpstlon Section 0.or The...j.lon. to-wlt.
Florida .
Drainage Warrants outstanding -i-i.T.n... ..,..._ 9.00Total Is fundamentally an agricultural to shall have power
Mailing balance ________,_ .. .t.hl.h. ehsnge anti abolish a local .govern.
?
? --------- .30DMBOTWEMBNTS state tho tourist
---
-- -- and real .
---
--- territorially
: POR THB SIX MONTHS --..._-..._ ____Tooon 11.198,43VALUE I estate business "val .tn.ln. the place of all throughout county O

Salary arek! lark of4hs elrcnlt court a* Kunty auditor and OF COUNTY PROPERTY notwithstanding trlet. municipal and local ..m..to. boaro.

to county commissioners ......... 710.(19 bodies and officials, constitutional or chew
Pr diem and 11I11"... of commlislonsrs ...... -........ 178.20 JlOUM .*.... lory. 1..1.1.' .. eaecutlv* or Judicial and
Pay .herlff for attendance on county co---------------" ..00 Ja'l'l' -- __ __ III._ J. I FRAZEK .h.1 p..ril the jurisdiction, power, duties
'" "' "" .oe
8.lari..f .esker Otlcera ... Bsatlafwii. irnllnr and"llxturs. of rash Its
___ IHIUl._II" .Jnnoo ATTORNEY AND .mm.nt 1.1.1.
COUNSELLORAT and .
Attorney for eonnry commissioner --.-- _--____ 18.78 Other property of county -______________ ..00.00Tot.1 I. lawnb"x.tl.. bmlle and
Supervisor of registration ,...TT...- i..a.. _, _? -_,- 180.00Furniture I. and ofcl.I. to divide the
and Fix torse for LWPOSTOFFICB t.rtto. Included In ..11 .v.nm.n Into

<< t ______ ______ 87.700.0ACLBRK'S .. dlt..t. and to p..rI. a just
Courthooe.B ------?----- u 418.85 BUILDING and .
:
....._ : ; ..;;, ---- ." of taxation I,. such

Janitor* and othsr attendant ......... .. ._ 180.00 STARK government and district shall: existing and future
Light fuel and water ---------------------------------0 9.79 REPORT Hi* *eho..l fund of Bradford County for the FL.NOT bonded Indebtedness be and remain 6ofinlteb
September, 1924 month or August 1024 Is In area and taxable liability: a home.Mead .
Insurance .. ... .. .. true and eorretto
------ -- 19.00 '
n -
Revert .f the Clerk
------ ef the ... In rural
Tare ef Ceanty ..,IAllowance a. Coart the beet ef my kaowledg sad kellef ; area shall nut be limited a*
la and In ,Ilf
Bradford Ouatr. Florida, n .*> Nulls In a city or town : no under
H. B. W1OOIN4. *G hereby hIt
made to pauper outalde ef poor bow and paid glv.n' that the .I.I.lon
following
cooat ef bees assessed. for the 191*. this section shall be
by warrant _____________00....... ............ 028.8. W.year IIA T1III.! County Superintendent. d..I,1 lands will he .,,1,1 .t puc! || .uc. I .Iv oft hi. .I.to. In.Reedy.the unti, m.Jt..
Coroner fm VST J'IR'r MOX-UAV In OCTUIIKK. e"nt" .h.1
F..bof Tag Celleetof FINANCIAL vote an election for the
; pnten. Juror* .nd wltneasea ......--..... ...... 19.05Insanity Te Bradford GaattTo "TAT P11Mo.tbl imjrr*) or COUMTT before 4. It the Courthouse the 8th day of avid mont, I and .ho th..n are t Q..II.a to for p"rn..* of
.ot mr.
IaadrlatFee ..... p_ flaanalal ..._... u.. st Htarke. In thi. .'. r. such
llrailford
of officer and committee...,...............__.____. 60.808taam.rl bal. due Aur. 1. 1924 __________ 1.687.09 for the month of August. 1924. uf Bradford much thereof county, will state be Florida, or so legislation.I .

and Printing! By amt collected __________ __. Gsneral necessary pay th*
637,40Scpt. Faced amount due
General .tatio ..... .__...... ... ? for taxes set opposite the sum, I
err, blansa. .. _____ 118.88 _____ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
nnl.nc.WI.. _____
1. 1924 together with
Record book _____n__________ 48.20 1 to bnl. due _..... 1,04987: during' month __. ___00_ .374\ HitWnrrnntA 9Rieelnls C.tlui cost of .u.h sale and adyertlsmg. 1 AmiTulmrnt to Article I U, Section IT. of
Advertl.lnw required by law and paid for by ;.t------ 106.110Commhulona Pla* aad Ferfsltr* Issued 00 Lot of Ll.ngasun.ei'n. brl. .. the Constitution of the State
during month _____ ftrtl 7tBui. 5 Blk : 1
paid t. on...*. To bal. due Auor. 1. 1924 _________ .co'a Itclaflng to the. Issuance of .lot,. Special
17f.1IB< Sept. I ____ _.._ ___ ___ 4.9(1170( add Soc. a8, Twp 0. .
Tax assessor __ _,....-....-..._..?.. ___......._ 1,020.0(1 By amt collected _... 254.98 Fin and Farfeltur Fund Ia"____.__ _aaI. G. Tax Srhnol Plstrlets and the of n Tax
Tax collector __ _-?____________.______,___. 00______ 6(11.85 Rnlnnre .. I. 1024 _._ 261.14 M'lon ----- ---- ._ _8.1.8T to Create a sinking Fund for the Payment

Sheriff' general court work 00__.________.___ ___00____ SH9.RIS Sept 1 to bal duo _____u-_ ;82 R"eeli A.iltirlng month _u.n_ ..__ 400 iWnrrantrt )) -- "| nf the Principal and Interest Thereon.
Clerk circuit .court recording and general court work ... 61.H4 c...... 1.1024 Brian iHstietl' during month ._.__ 20.ftt! iN'S-IITln: B* It Itwolved b, the Legislature of th. Slat

15.00 To bal lu* Auir.. _________ __ of Florida ,
l.SIOfll Bnl. Rcpt I _UUn______ 450.84 In Court of County Judge. County of Brad
"oTntingencle I"Il"-V..l'- I""r 5.524.87 By I Thai the 0tlon One amendment of Section
.....__ 280.1a amt. collected _... 809.97 Road Fund ford Mists of
t'lorld. 17 of iif the
13
nnlnnre Aug.. 1, 1924 ____ _________ 465.84 I Notice is all \rlcl. Constitution of IheStatanf
whom
Leaving. balance ________________________ _______________ 2.13141 Sept 1 to bal. due _.____ 83964: celptri month u___________ that hereby I. "I.n. Moore. it may ;.r;. General Kleetloni l lI.n.
Script certified but not presented 00_______...... 66Net .0 Outstanding I.eekUdae*. Find Warrents lrln.. ..1 during month u ...... 1./0 I I I.on..n. tCntatenf. I.uolle ('. Moors as llnnnllan a minor i flu. .'nI'lfth"\"lnt I \ the year of Itll2 he
To bal due AUK. 1. 1924 -__ 84..4!) Bal Sept." ___ ._ ...___ will un tho 27th day of ** ...1 ti* and shall lie
balance March SI. 1024 __nu_______________._____ ____.____.. 1.068.43 i Ily amt. collected __.__..____.__ 818.7il: Building Fund 414.4 1U84 at \ltIIO) : in. or S.ptet. thereafter r A. If. I. ,, 'I..rtu. of the State at the

, Warranta outstanding March 81. 11124 ___________._____________.... 18.00< 'i nnlnnee A. 1. l11a4 __ .hn_..... 6.69 as the matter may. hu hraril.. loon apply lu tho be m'ft r"u..1. F1..llon. .. n..I'.nt.tv. to
Sopt. 1 to bal duo ..... I | IHL'I.' orr
_._._ 524.76 Tfaeelpta During Month .._._.. Honorable It. A. (linen .. .nl"'n""n
Judge In and
Depository balance March 31, 1024 _un___,____?___..______ ____ 2,143.43 Ce.aty Bskael Warrents ".uel during month _..... for petal Rrnilford County ut his iffl.-s In <>Jivtl",n That said tterllon 1 he
To bal due Aug.. 1. 1924 ___________ 1.17405 Bill. Seiit I __ 59Or4.ranMng Florida' in C"UUl. ,., for I'I umi'iiilcil mt .. .. read an follows *
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND By amt collected _________00?____ 1,271.92Sipt. FnnlRuhlnr u I I due 8l.rko.to at public *n or I, fVctlim 17. TinI.eulnlntiire may iimvide
.1. or private sale I th* 1 for special tax school districts to lust \lionds
... ___________ .
? 1 I. 1924 S.71W.7I lo-wlt ,
A. mln.r' : ,.
Depository balance 'October I. ites -____----__nn ________ n 121.85 .. ... 1 to bal duo -._. ____ 2.000.1.1: Iii'CeiilM| ''liirlnit month ______ .___... 1RH.17 1..11 enu- In"'r.t. .. Interest In and to for\Mtltlu Idi- o'h..lv.such use of pulillo nehiMil free .h >l*
Script certified, not presented October I. 11128\ __ ___---_-n.nn.: 80.40 ,, due Salt 8ehl D.... WnrrnntA Issued "n.lnl month _____4,8H1.ff2 the following w.lfh described real estate, situate I >ni.vi>any Hpnelnl of (lie tax dlntrlet.whi .
To r n 'pi.iI0e1 rleetoratliertof
bat ... 1. 1924 793: 12 S.'iit I ___ __.___ and being In Stark llrodford r'lorIda. n.o".I.
County ,
.
Warrant outstanding October I. 1923 ._____n____.______________ __ 188.11) By amt collected __00_____________ 272.70 lal. nrslnsg Fund 1.6818. to-wlt l favor rat who the lasitane. of such. .b.1"t., In
"" Balance Au. 1, ID24 _____._________ 78.50Rrcrlpta The Kant half of Numliered I nolionil
Vet balance October 1. 1923 _n___.._______________ ____u_____ 163.68 Si'pt. 1 to bal. duo _____.__________ 630.42: : During. Mnnth ____.._._... I .n.1 thr. of 1..1 Number two one twu of excited* ,hold ..issued with. here-illlder the existing whlrh Indcliti'dneas shall
together -
FOR THE SIX: MONTHS TsUI Sak Siaeel Warrants Issued during month ...... '. to the town of Starke of
RECEIPTS ,
From Tax Collector taxes ______ ____00________ 8T2.2T I Tn Ml. due Aug. 1. 1924 _________ 2.434.81amt. flail Sept 1 .. ____ __--_____ 78.80 I Florida In Northwest Muaruir of BouthwestQuarter .of the sueh asnisMed.1..1.1 value tax Mrhiml,if the dlslrlet taxahli) 21)) tieramt

Comptroller, redemptions ___n__. n_____._____. *."" I Ily collected 8Ai.43: Wldaws Psnslsa Peal of auction 28. Town.hlp 0. Houlh, I nf such district Recording I to the last property -

From .horlff /In. ___._____________00_____..___________ 874.88 1.848.80 1 Balance Aug. 1. 1024 ________________ 611.94 I Kang 82 East ;I i ,i>KNnii'nt for Stale and County prior as-
Sc.pt. 1 to bal duo WW purpose
ceintN during month '____ _..00 37.01 : Dated this alr.l.: Any of Ailtfilst, A. D., 1024.N. I'l tho hitting of sueh bonds. Any bonds' Is.
Making balance ___._n___.__-_____________ _.______00__ v 1.413.55 Read .... Bridge Bead f..d WarrentN Issued during month _____. J. MOO J.8205.n21 suet. hpreiiniler beenme pnvadle' within
To bal du. Aug. 1. 1924 ______.__ 6,073.83 Bnl Sept 1 __ .____00_ 650.911 Cillanllsn Lliclle C. Moon, Mnmr.NO11CH I I .hol
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DISBURSEMENTS .FOR TOE SIX MONTHS By [ years of Issuance In an-
amt collected ?_____._.. 2,291.85 Agricultural Faad Ih.t" t.t.
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Cast of Criminal lrceuuoni Aug.. t. 1984 __________...... I".talm.nt. .nm.n.* notmore
Sheriff and d.nullc. cost bill In criminal case ........ ni*.ss 22 Sept. 1 to hat dud ____?_____ 8.778.48 Receipt R.I.n. During. Month _...-..__. 1.1 I OF KI.KCTION: ; annual.Installment years after the date be of not Issue.Fach 1_.

Constables. cost blla! In criminal eases 0.75 Wi..... PeaaJen Faad Issued during. month __.... To .h.1
the Sheriff of
bill. In criminal ___ To bal due Aug.. 1, 1924 _________ W.rr.n' Bradford County, of theRI.to than three per cent of amount of
Clerk of the circuit court, cost case .ICounty ?? 1A8.74 I _.__ ___. I.US" .
of F'inrlulatNo I.. .. Whenever
Judge. cost bill In criminal canes __._.__ *________ 116.11 By amt. collected .- ._ 83.74 ,mlHr I. 1924nradfoM any nueh special taxnhont
___ 86.80 > It Known That I, II. Clay Crawford, ,1.t.lel line voted In favor of the Is.

Jintlc Witness, of fee the* __Peace__00_,__cost___--bill______In____criminal__________case___--___- 148.11 Sept. I to bal. dun __ 105.00O. State County of Florida.! do( ... ,,. if State of. that the lt' of Florida nuance bonds a spsclal tax foe the
______ 8.RO i hereby viva nol. .payment iif inn Interest on said h.n.l. and the
Court stenographer In Insolvency case __ _n W. ALDERMAN! I tierebv certify that the forerolne statemenlnf thereof ..
principal shall becom
Sheriff's commission on fine collected, __.--___ 151.81 Clerk Clrenlt Court, the reeelnta and ",.".. .nta of the t ".IINEAAL ILICTIONWi th... .same...
>e ,. State of due and payable, shall the ... .
_______ _____ ________ 298.16Pay (Seal. .. 1..dlo.1 on
C.
Fdlng prionrs _.n__________ __ By A. INIGWTDeputy funds of Wradfnrd Cniinle for the month fAugust. ., on n.t suceeeiling the property within the district voting for their
of juror In criminal cases, county and Jostle of Clerk. IH24. la true and correct to the first Monday In November, A. D. IUK4. the issuance In accordance. with law, providing for
_________________.______._ 42.0fl
peace. court ___._----_ best of my knowledge and belief aid Turs"lsy being. theFOUNTII I the levy of taxea and such tax shall not b*
__ _________ __ 8\1.80\
Disinfectant __ 00 -""'"' O. W. AI.DKRMAN. HAY DP NOVEMBER I to other than the
Cu.rd at J.II _-___________________ ______________ 840.00 SUPERINTENDENTS REPORTCou..t SEAL> Clrenlt CeuetRedford For Six Ind) ITealdentlal Kl.-olum.: | applied rtf the any principal purpose and Intoreat of said payment *

Contingencies ____________________________. _____1.21 1.003.58 ,. auterlnt.nlenla ...,.\.'.1| statement CI.rl "fnnnryn I I For wane Kepresentatlve of tha Hecond Congressional ,'i bln.I.
A. KNinnr. Illstrlrt of ths Htate of Florida,
deflect ___ __ _.___ ----_ -__:_- 5\18.01\ of rnun.rool| fun.t. f-r th.i montn of 0 Deputy JIF.Rtil.IJTION .
Muklnif -- -- ______ 1.000.01) August 1021. n In the Sixty-ninth Congress of the United A JOINT Proposing an amend.ment
.
from ou.tandln" Indrbtdwaye u un. .
D.. transferred General School Faad S"h. of Section 8 of Article 7 of the Cont

408.9947.x0 Bal Aug. I. 11124! ___________________ 9R3.00 UI YOU EVER STOP TO THINK .. of the State of Florida. .t It mi.m of the State of "lor hI... Relating

Making balance certified-not presented. ___.______ _____________- Receipts during month ___._____.00_ 804.HO For Secretary. of 8lat of the Btate of Florida. .. Censiin and Apportionment.
.
General of the State
Cr. "script Warrants ISSIIIM! for Attorney of tha Slate of Florida. n I lleniilved by the legislature
during month hoou 20H.85i By K. II. Waite Secretary Shnwnt-c .
______ 866.19 Hal S.pt. 1 11124 _______.' __ ____ For Comptroller of the Stab of Florida. of Florida I
Net balanc March' 81. 1024 _____...___________________ ___ i --- -157D.15 For Treasurer of the State of Florida.For That the following. of Section'I
31, 1024Depository _____.____ ___________-.d 111.80 District Ms. I Okla., Board of Commerce .m.n"m.n
HUH4J9XulpuvwnoMareh n I Bal Aug. 1. 1924 00_________.._______ 8I.2K Bunr.Inl,'nd''nl of Public Instruction of of rtlele 7 nf thi .". th. State.

________ 47-99 Itecefnu during month __ _________ That every buslneHX concern uilvortlaen. the Stale of Florida. of Morlila. n>lalinu Connus and Anportlon.ment. ,
Ulancs! March 31, 1924 ________________________ Warrants Insued n __ 23.76 For Conml.lon.r of Agriculture of theBlatt lie. and the same l I'. h..b. ."r".1 leand
during month ___ _
Advertising of their buM .h.lf
ROAD FUND Dill Sept. 1. 1024 .______ ___________ 108.04 of Florida.For lie mil-milted to the electors. of the
Kletriel N. 8 Tom Justice of the Himrem Court of Slate of Florida for approval or r< |i-rtlon at

BH! Aug. 1. 1924 __________________ elves. the State of Flo.I. th. next leneral Klw-llnn of I"t..t.lv.
1. 1923 .........______________-___---- 1.811.1I11 1RYScript __ 890.9(1 Tuesday .
balance October For Two of the Btste li h Id the llmt .1.
Depository "j'ij i ago.84 Receipts during _________ e"m..lone. > .f. .
certified not presented October It 1928 ______n_____________*_ month ._ H-flO sive.That of '" Ihlroal' Monday In November. A. I) : that la
Warrants Issued during. month ______ 844.87
n.l0 i Cut Supl. I, 1924. _____ ....____. I utranicer In a city can tel For Slat Senator for lflth Senatorial' Districtof say. that Heellon 8 of Artlcli- of the
Outstanding warrant October I. 11)88 __n.n____.._____ ___ I Ilinlrlel No.TO.3 57.011 what a city l I. by at the the Slain of Florida.For I Constitution of the Hist of Florida ..1 b*

Net balance October 1. 1928 u_____.______.____________ _____.___.__ 1.881.24 {I Bnl Kfcolpte,Aug. during 1.' 1924. month 00____._._.__._. ._______ 77.7H 807.64> vprtelnl column looklnl tht newnpiiper two Mi-mbsn of the Slat of the of n.Florida.. of Representatives I amended Section to fl. read The as 1..I.I.tu.follows : that shall meet

THB SIX MONTHS -00---- I For Count Judge /In roirnlnr' ,...Inn D. 11)28, and thorn that
RECEIPTS FOR Waranta Issued during month ______ 178.04 a good live city the .
redemption ...-.______-- ______- '..11 Bal Sept I. 1924------------------ 810.44 I pnper I For Sheriff. shall meet every ten year. thereafter, nhall

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Comptroller From comptroller, motor licenses ___.- ______________ .ff'SS s Ai, uGtrlrN.. 1 are full of udH and It ia a goal live For Cleric of CI.ul Court I iiliporlliin tin, lli'nrcHentatlon In the M.....,

Comptroller irasolln tax _____Ja.._ ______________ 1.113.28 Hal Aug. 1. 1924 ____J-______________ S02.80 in. If the buslnen8 concerns For County A..o. of U'axe. and .h.1 pour Idfor. thirty-eight ,lust, S.-na-
place stay For Tax Collector.For Inrlnl l ..I.h District tn be niarlyt'fiunl
___ 'l.tl.t.
',, IVcelpte during month __00______ 1.20 t 'I .
,
___________ ______ 8.044.82 Warrant well in County Superintendent of Public Instruction. l I. "I.t| f". a. ,iiraetlcahle, hut nononl5'
Making balance ________. u_______-.-.. ____ i Issued during month are not repleaente
Illal I Sept I, 11)31 __-- -_-__:: ::: 2b .:gl'I..rld .h.1 le .1.1,1..1 maklnii ooh app
MONTHSl .
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX N. 6 n the advertising city In For County Surveyor.For rmrantlvatl. Plutrlet .1.1, ha>.e on.I..t. *

Paid board of bond trustee. Bradford County ______n_____ 1.1Tl.49Le.vln. Hal Ang. 1. 10S4 ___ nn___ ______00 107.8Oi dead a good place to stay away Five C'nunty Commissioner. same 1m. 1.'gmla-,
i Receipts during. month ____.. 188.00i nnt For Three Member of the County Board of iihnll .1. niMMtrtlon" Reprr'nlatl.nin

.. balance _________--_____...___. __00 ___-__.-_. 178.03, Warrants l Issued during month u'.u___ (rum. I'ultll Instruction. the lloiiHe .f Representatives, and .".1 nl.
Cr. Script eel-tilled- not presented ____.....- __=_____...... 7.761,I Ual St-pt. I. IOU _____ ..___hn n 840.2V For Justin of the Peas. In and for the following low three 'I.::1 Rp..nt.lh. tfl each theMe
---I I I'lstricl .*.. 7 That there are all sorts of buoimn .f.u.o m.t.lat. vial miiMt. ,, ,,i,, "nl. and two I21)

Net hslnnce March 81, 1924 __.___________u__._____._ _n_____'" IU.28 n.lo Bal' Aug. I. 1924 .. ..____.__________ 133.8D men in every city but they arc Mslrlot to. Rvpresi-ntntlvv to ..oh .. nod eighteen
11)24 ____ ___ restrict I more tKipuloti .ntl.*. and on. Representative
Outctandmil warrant March 81. ------r---- Hecelpts during month ._ _________.. .
alike In they all want Dktrlct No. to .ni'h "f the remillliiiitf eoulilli1! of
Warrants Issued during month ______ one rexped
Depository balance March 31. 1024 _____________________--,..-_---- 1I4J9 Bal., B pt. 1, 11)21------------------ 133.89 For o.n.lsMe 1- and for the following Just- the Ita' at III" time of .".h iiiiprotlimment.Sli. .
District He. 6 all of tho buHineiiH they can K<-'t. Ire District, vlatDlnlrlnt .. I th. t.-1/lnlnlur.. full ni'portlon the

AGRICULTURAL FUND Bal Aug.. I. 1924 ____noo_____. ___ 118,84H..I. That business titles not with- No. I Repreentntlnn In the Hennte. and, In tin Nose
during ___.________ come THutrlet Nr>. 2. rat, l"r""t.I,.. a tiny reKular eesd.n' of
_______ ._____ 'M month 1.0'1., .,.
______
Depository balance October \. 11)2:1) : u Those business District No. 1. the lewUliituro at any nf the limn herein -
Warrants Issued during month __ __ out the unkinir. con-
Oulstandmic warrant October 1. 11)23 ._nU____ --------___ D.... IItopI.. 1924-------------------00 108.8 In T..lm.n. Wb..f. I have hereunto .1.n.I. It shall be the duty of the l..vlla. .
cvrnx who invite it .( the Oreat Real of 1.1'glslaturea .. ._ such "Miilrcsslon
porxinU-ntly i set ti .
l> trlrl' N.. > .
_______.__ 1"li h.no .
______ of the tgilaluro. either In iiterta, )
the capi or
Net bolano.October 1, 1928 ----00------------ Slat Florlila. at Tallahasse.
Overdraft Aug. 1, 1024 _______._Oo sos through the printed PIIKInet it, th .. ..
this the day of Al"".'. A. ""Ia seSHlun. I? apportion the -
RECEIPTS FOR TilE SIX MONTHS Receipta during month, ...... 8.84'Warrants I. IwaBty-slnth 1..o..n.
? ------
From tax .collector taxes* ___.....-___....?__..______ :Gaud during month __ i* "Ii .! ||. CLAY CRAWtOIO.. .lion In the Senate and In the Io., I"p..
,. herein .
Overdraft Sept. 1, ID24. ___________ ..513nttdrt isntr( ) Secretary .. '.nt.t.. I".vhl.1 i"r' .
redumption -- -*-i ,
comptroller, -- ---------- .. Hta'e
Fnpm _____ N.. To W. J Sheriff nralfnnlCounty "" F d"ral or regular eensim. whichever
It I"IFRSON.
__ ___ .___ 1.11 Bat A.... 1. 1024 ________ ______ ... N.20-IOb10.71 nhnll have been taken nearest too Ht>.
Making. balance __________________________ .--------- n 2BB.I -- -- ----- ; of In the Senile
Receipts during month _____ ______ 8.60Warranta 1".I"nm..t Rt..nl.tlv.
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS Issued during. month 00___ __ NOTIfF nr APPIICATIO1 FOi TAT I>BEIIIINUKK ; I. 1. 1.0... 11..t.lv., '., ihall eon.trol .
.... Sideache in sny In theevent
sEcTION: 0713 TllaGKNERtL. .1 ...U.nm.nt
- --------?--------------- Bal. Sept. I. 1921-------------- : :
282.7111 the I.eillnlature fall
m.trlet Nn.-It-- STATUTES.Notlr .hnl t".I".rU.n

Depository balance October 11923: _______.__00 ___. _00____......._ 210WIDOW'S Bal.Aug.H./ IOU ________._________ 4978 In liarny elven that A. K. Wall purchaser ulred llu riMT'-peiifntlnn by this amendment In the filntatiir Governor* .hall re.'

PENSION FUNDDepository Receipts during month _____n_____ 20.1O Backache of Tax C.rlfe.1 No. 210. rinted the within 'thirty ,days after' a.Uon ram,.ot of
Warrants Issued during month 21 rtftBal. / Urd day of J., MOO. has filed Ild.utlO..t. reytilar mejslon). call .1. Legislature to
114.4J Sept. 1. ,11121. ..____ ____ ,_ 505.11 In my office and has mad .1. .. ,
balance October" 1, 1928 ____--___- -.__..______ ____- 00.00 KI ther in, -xtriuirdlltary ..I.n .eon.olr the
District Ne. 13 "t have taking Car- cat Ioe tax ded' Issue In sce.nlencewith .
.
__ a hen I.n g.tbi of and such ex.traordlnary
Outstanding warrant October 1 1. 1D23: ----00----00--00-- ---- Bal' Aug 1. 19U _______ u _____. .__ 42670Receipts dul. Lillie Uolton. law | session reapportlonment of th* l Is here.ry .

________. ll4'43 during month __ __. ____ .._ DoWarrants Lake 1 1. Said certificate embrace the fol ."I.I.tl.
___
____ the
Net balanc October 1. 1923 _________--___--__ issued during month ___ 6.AO I of Irovlence. l.a "I I lowing situated In Bradford County nqn.enbtlon m..I.I.II" rul..f by .pp"rl"., '
.1.1
RECEIPTS FOR TOE SIX MONTHS Hal. Sept 1. 1 l02/------------------- lost down helth and p..r. b'-hrr its atihmrnment. (and sueh ... .

From tax collector taxe ._ ___..______ 00__________. 142.4' District N*: 18 a in weight only t :;r'lj.o ;'In NW corner of N' nary .'stun soealled' for reaplort.nment. .
From comptroller redemptions oo -f-..?..______ _____......_ .n 14S.67 Bl Aug. 1, 1924 ________ ____.n_ ZIH.IO weighed 120 pounds. I had or TP 8 Sit 32 Ka. .l>nll not limited expire at the end of
RecHpta during month .- -- _...._ 8.10 said 'land being ansMsed at the dale' of the 'went/ .1.,I or at all I, until
___ __________ "7-* Warrants .booed during. month bad pains in my "ldes and of such certificate In the name .pp.rlonm.n'
Making balance _________-_?.___ ."_-__ __ I back I lanuance "y Is vnVetwl, and shall .consider, no buln
and leo
Bal. Sept I. 1024-------------- 253.20 I my ;* hurt me H rail than resppfirtlonmsnt.
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS District N. 14 I until I couldn't walk. I I Unless I..y. awrtlfleata shall ... redremeiln.'i.iMlnir O..h

Allowance* __ ... .......___.... 71.00 Bal Aug. 1 I. 1924 _00 ______ .__________ Sl'l.27 stayed. in bed half the time. I to ,laJr lax deed wfll Issue thereonon A JOINT BESOLI1TIO.V Proposing .
Reeeipta during. month ___ __ ___ __ 624 of September A. D. .
the .91h day
] 192. Amendment Section I of Article' 0 of the
____________ l'-* .. __ I tried all kinds of medicine, a .
Depository balance March 31, 1921 Waranta Issued during month 2.00 |I IS.I. Witness, my official ,signature sad Constitution of th* Slat of Florid. Re
.- Sept 1. 1924. ___________00 ._ .'' aJl.: //l. but it did me no *,ood. ,". 22nd day. Au.... A. D. 1924 latlnw to Taxation ,arid Finance.
BUILDING FUND District N.. II | Finally I tried < (1. W. AI.DE61AN. Da II Resolved by the 4 eglslatur of the State
Bl Aug.. I. 1924 188.32 I 1 Clerk Circuit Co'irt.Bradfonl .
----------r-------- | (Sell) of Florida-
.
Depository balance October 1. 1923 --_______ ____. ------- '.'* Receipts. during month __ .___ _n__ __ 6.22: County. Florida. That the amendment or_
Outstanding October I. 1928 ..----.------------- Warrants Issued during/ month ___ Ilnw.nor 1.10.
warrant ------ ______ "-89.llt.n-28 I of Artiele ', .f of th.
Bal. Sept. 1. 11)24 __ __ _____ -._ 198.54 "on'lt..I.n Rt.1
Net balance October 1. 1923 n________.________________ _u___.___ ** "' .trl., N e.*. n 16 : : NOTICE"ELECTION IH of hereby Florida.,..relating...! to and' t..tlon. .. ."hmlt.d.n.1 I".oe.

RECEIPTS FOR TOE SIX MONTHSl Bal Aug. 4. 1924 __________________ 849.19 CARBO I WIIKHK/ The 1..1.1... "f I02 unl.' electors. of th* Stab fo..a'li'litlon" or .j.etlo.t .
Reeolnta 'during month .. ___________ 11.10Warrants th, Cnstllutlon, of 1233. of the Slat of Flo,. at the next general election of Represents
------ --- __
--
Issued during month .u Ida.. did pan> Hve Joint Resolutions proposing lives, to he held' 'in the year llrlt that bray
Bal. 1. 1021--------- ______ __ 26.1.Z9 .l.t
-u--- ------------ 1.19 Sept smen'lmenta to the Constitution of the that Section 1. Article 9, of the
IMslriet 1'1.. 11Pal Florida, and the same w. agreed tution of the fate of Florlila. b* .
MONTHS llatf .
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX i T 0.000,00October A... 1. 1924 ___________.__n____ Stol n The Wcmoo's 1 Tonic of three-fifths of the.members read a. follows : ..n.le
i i I to by a
y w Receipt during month _u_______ 17.74 .lend .ot.h house ; that .1 votes on odd Section I The 1..II.tur shall rl. fora
balance _______ --i: Warranta Issued during month 0000 lUll n Resolutions .. entered open their re- and ...' ..p,
_______rD.pneltory folnt '
1. .1923 ___ ___ _____ _nw 1k! it did me I unior
> B.I. Sept 1. l 11124. 0000 M.7T "I cO ipeetlv Jonrnale. with the ,.. and nays provide toy ..t or '.''
INDEBTEDNESS FUNDDepositary District N*. 16 I the very a and they did determine. and direst nn Intangible' /. but such special ..'
tnt thereon
OUTSTANDING Bal Aug. I. 1924 _________________ ___ 87 I had taken I noticed that the said Joint Resolutions be ..uhmltt.1I or r..shall .prpr. _1 five milt on the ..1.I. .,-
___ 1,24168 Receipt during month 00.____ __ 10.45Warraata hal the Slate si tile ... I., assessed valuation of such Intangible .
balance October 1. 1923 __________________ __ __ __ a an 'cment. I con the electors of
Warrant outstanding October 1. IMS _____n_______._____?_._ 884.08Vet Issued during month tinued its uae and I cot _' In Novemker. IDJ4 property, which .ol.1 ... or r.. or
Bsl Sept. I, 5924-------------- 1I.W bet NOW. THERrFOKF. 1.11. CLAY CRAWFORD collected may ap 1 i

balance October 1. 1923 00________________________-_____ 1.0 49.44 HTSTF; or FLORIDACOUNTY September I. 1924. .to and better. The I Meeretary of Slate of the State of :. .' ;by the Ntauueounlr I : dl.triett.nl
my left and sides Florida, do her-by give notice that a clusive' all .
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS OF BRADFORD. and I ci3E CF.NERAL BI.KCTION: municipal tax-s .b.1 prescribe such regulation

From tax collector taxe ____ow ___________ WJ-.} I hereby artily th*> II.. foregoing stats- d pt-ared began to B will b* held In each county. In .1..rI.I. on ahall ...... jot violation of all
From comptroller redemption -_ 731.81 meal *f the receipt and disbursement ofIT In weight until now I weigh Tuesday. nent succeeding th. first in property both real and personal .e.ptn.
155 pounds and feel better B Ni.vemher. A D. the said T_dy be- inch property as may be exempted b r

Making balance, _____________..____._____ 1.761.49 DRIVES OUT 1VOBMS ---I than I ever did In my life. I Ina the 19l. municipal, education, lu-rarr. ,'.ntl.. .e '

DISBURSEMENTS' FOR THE SIX MONTHS The iunt of in am perfectly salt and strong. a .'OCRTII PAY OK NOVEMBER It/lou or rharitahlpnrposa .
iizn worm children i* I for the ratification or rejection of the .ald.l..int The vole alt In .ompl.n.with said proposed -
------ --------- palenew, lock of intercut! in play ret/ul. 1 have give It t my girl, proposing amendment U the .m..m.nta. th. ._, declaration

Den, variable appetite picking at the I I too." ('. I.lutlnn. State of Florida. vlo and returns lh.rw.f. shall be .uhjeeted
Iv HlllvfniT __ 1,7 balance jijj.aaa n It
a the
Outstanding Varranu"aneire l"by' Clark _____ 884.08 none and luckier lUrting!; In iler-p. When I Cardul has relever many \ Amendment JOINT RF.SOUJTION to ArtIcle IX of Proposing th* *onstltotlon .n- I .to provided same .ul.U"n. general election. e

these symptoms appear it i* time to live I IWiute'i O klndj of dfatr.I of the Mtato of Florida. to Taxation b ..

Leaving balance' ______________.__ _.._.__ J'SJSIi Cream ',ernufull".A few tlo -. { log pan an and Finance 1.1.1. "TM 'TESTIMONY WHEREOF i h... hereunto -

Cr. transferred to F. *. F. Fund ___________ __________.. l.tQI.av drives out the worm and puce the little : B male trouble. It eal should hIp.I Be It' Rnulved by the legislature. of the "tat of the set State my hand of Florida and affixed, at .the. Gnat****. Seal the

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Depository balance March 81. I9Z4 _.__________________ 8 S.8I one on the roa/1 to health a,{& IJ. W1ut'. I'| you, too, inhe same way. ,That f "''orid:following amendment to Artlele l apltal.' ihi. the twenty-fifth day 01 July A.

FUND'Tnot..balance Cream Vtrnututm had a recant of fiftyyeanofiuecetiB.'uluae. a War net give it a fair trial 7 B IX of the Constitution of the State of F. D. ""U
DRAINAGE rioe35o, bold .. II. CLAY CRAWroRD.
by VFW0Ul4l9EfU ida, relative to Tu.lo. "In.n. Secretary fo Slat

October I.923 ___.__000000__________ -_ 73.80 ALL DRUGSTORES I numbered '..n fill) of aM Article to and I SFALI
1 IX. b and the sn I is hereby agreed ..11101



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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 1921

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f' Bradford t bass out of the state I
County Telegraph
I 4. A law that only ten bass can r -M
._ ._
-- -. -- -
-- --- Ibe I I had In one's) possession in one Bradford

f : t\ibUsh weekly and entered as day, and all under,, 12 i inches must be High -
IA I 1Wle.W.
returned to the water Unharmed.
second class matter, at the post i II q"grraDrop

office at Starke, Florida. I After our next legislature passes I I 1 Yi
these fresh water fish
; necessary
==" =- =- '-= =-==-=--:=:= I
i 18.. MATTHKWS_______.__._.___Owner. 'laws the next work to be taken up I : School Journal e

J. C. ROBINSON._____.._.Manarfnc Editor. by the Izaak Walton league will be 1)) :
r the enforcement of the present r I
"'
laws.If I FRANK CARPENTER
) )'r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY game / GERALD MIDDLETON
have chapter in Editor Sport Editor
you no your !
--- town start one.Applications II J ROSA LEVITON EUGENE MATTHEWS

4< SUBSCRIPTION RATE for charters, consti- AuliUnt Editor Joke) Editor
I
'ly Per Year _. .._ ______ _..._.__ |1.50 tution und by-laws will be mailed by InSometime r rI
the Tampa chapter to any one in INTERVIEWS WITH I.!I Charles Darby was a visitor at Rosa Leviton: "The acoustics in the.

Six Months 75c I Florida.A FAMOUS STUDENTS school Friday. I I{auditorium are awful."

( copy of Outdoor America, the Gusxie Mae Bennett. -I J. P. Tatum was a visitor at school Gerald Middleton: "Yes, I thinkone

; hcxt sportsmen's magizine published, Monday of the darn things bit me this

i It owned by members of the Izaak When interviewed today Gussie morning."

: I Walton league. Your name and ad- and let us lead you to Mae Bennett was too sick to talk. I Harold Wall was a visitor at
FILL IN TilE BLANK
ilri-KH to Ray Parmely, president, or the finest line of Ail- Miss Bennett who is known to be school Wednesday. a :"Do you believe In the

.1. S, Brown, secretary, care Tampa very nervous has formed the habit I D. 1*. Carpenter was a visitor at evolution of man?"
iaiiy I ; Times, will bring you a free Wool 1 Fabrics in this I
_ of chewing on her pencil when think- school Thursday. j Joe Sistrunk: "Yes."
u ( "I'\| of Outdoor Amulca.Tampa.rm. I

t ,. country. ing. The other day in geometry class I I Last week John Canova caught a that Darwin: "When was were right you?" con-

o while working a problem she was nine
pound fish Dr. Middletorf told
I I I Joe Sistrunk: "The minute I met
.UWERTISINK. OR FAILURE If you want a made-to I thinking hard and chewing in pro- i Julian today that he must give his you." .
No. tan v >V' .
>
I VMIIClir arm a complete rest before .d ,
doing
of
end when the "
portion, screams
(Meiuoershfp in National Highway : measure Suit we can "" :
I Brownl! What would
talking. Jimmy e
:any
Association) I The fact that advertising in newspapers her fellow sufferers brought her out I

___ I does pay is being demonstrated open your eyes with I of her trance she saw that she had I JOKES you do" if the school house caught on
IS IF FAIR---- of chlak and had fire?
eaten
the one piece
I through country every the richness of fabrics j
Thomas "Run '
.. our started on another. She immediately One Wiggins: "Noah singing, 'It Joseph : get somtkerosene.
day.
If any securities were to be tax- I and the extreme (fainted and was carried home on n Aint Gonna Rain No blot"hazel I, ." '<<
free It should be those of productive There is no better proof of the

industry. What the word! needs. is I value of advertising than that of moderation of our pri- after stretcher.eating The the doctors chalk Miss report Bennettis that Middleton: "Do you like j Mildred"Gill: "What's, .your idea of
'
more and more Investors to put their making a survey of the business Shakespeare?" :(optimist
pale inside as well as out. It is also I
into : failures. This survey shows that 'I Since it was so hard to interest thecitizens
money producing industry I 11 the !, Florence Andrews: "What grade
September ,
factories railroads, public utilities, over 80 per cent of the business failures reported on is he in ?" Inr the basket ball team last

anything that will make payrollsand i are by business men who did ces.Nat afternoon of the fire, when the siren I II I I year, the boys this year have decid-

support homes. A dollar spent not advertise in newspapers. SternbergSTARKE blew that Gussie Mae chewed off I I I Miss Fripp: "Where are Arthur ed to put on a play to raise the
eight finger nails and three pages "
for a local packing plant or mill Is'I At the Southern Retail Merchants'confere.ce I book. Her and Mozelle money to buy the neccessary equip-
I out of her Caesar text
Free: "Mozelle Is not here. I don'tknow ment.
k" worth several times as much as the held In Richmond this and .
many friends have chipped in "
average dollar spent for civic luxury. :I month, T. K. Kelly, of Minneapolis, bought her a cartoon of chewing, where Arthur Is. One of our reporters; ; today Inter-

i It should be encouraged to get into I president of three banks there and I I gum, which she received with many Prof. Dowling: Now class, you viewed Mr. Mozelle McGruder, noted
life and justify its own right to live. founder of the Kelly sales system,
that who math
thanks. I see you can neither smell, hear authority on zimmology,
We should have highways and other I I used the word "Advertise" as the that
nor taste a gas And- I the astonishing statement Flapper -
Improvements that make community keynote of one day's session and Mr.: and Mrs. Will Uupree, of : ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETS Russell: Yea. Professor but you Teachers; are real human beings.
living worth while. But under follows Jacksonville the week-end -- I ,
present says in part as : spent : it.
I Association of the sure can step on
laws Income from money invested "All the failures of retail merchants here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. The Athletic Gerald: Miss Fripp, is dam a cuss

R S, a ; in city, county, state and federal In the last three years, not W. Byrd. high school met Tuesday morningand elec- Flapper Teacher: I want the little i word?

r" securities is exempted from taxation, I 20 per cent advertised religiously. the following officers were girl sitting in the second seat to tell i Miss Fripp: Yes, why
thus and Dennis Taylor, of Clay Hill, spent ted: Gerald Well why don't they call
,, actually inviting encouraging The public has unlimited confidencein me about the Glorious Revolution : ,
the investor such securi- Sunday in Lawtey with relatives. Manager, J. Frank Carpenter. New Amsterdam New Amstergosh.
to buy
newspaper advertising and the Middleton. and the steps leading up to it.
ties rather than embark in industry I this of modern Captain Gerald E. Little Girl Well I think I I
importance of feature Marion Reddish and family movedto Secretary and Treasurer, James : now, A professor of mathematics was
which permanently employs labor. business cannot be overestimat- town last week so the children know. Fact is I'm pretty sure I
i to friend the of
I!I William Brownies explaining a use
41 The tax-exemption plan Is fundamentally know. Want tell ?
ed. would be near school. They are me to you
that the dues were geometry. They passed a wheelwright
I It was agreed
tr n' wrong; but if it is to bo located in R. M. Tracey's F. T.: Yes
The has learned too pleasantly
buying public
I I I to be 25 cents per month, the sameas at work. The professor turn
continued It should include securities
that it is their duty to patronize the cottage near the Baptists church. last year. I L. G.: Wasn't It during the com- ed to his friend and said, "There i is
of industries that need lower taxes
monwealth under Louis XIV when
business houses that solicit their I I The boys are looking forward to an example of the use of geometry'and ,
and encouragement In otder to operate Miss Louise Hill returned to her they closed all the picture shows and
r trade through newspaper advertis successful season. They are turning to the wheelwright, ht
and maintain payrolls. home in Jacksonville Sunday after a very
had to be good.
Present tax-exemption is a heavy ing. These merchants are helping spending a few days here with rela- also planning on a track team. I everyone said, "How do you make the wheel
the in the "
burden on all business, which must support newspapers up tives. PUBLIC The Joe: Did you know that they stopped round?
building of the cities, towns and NOTICE TO THE : "I divide the radius by 3.1416".
, pay double taxes in order that favor. communities and without their editor will not be held responsible the covered wagon in Jackson-
sup- Jack Briggs, of Jacksonville was I said the man.
ed tax-free securities escape.-The the would not exist I for those persons laughing themselves ville the other day
Manufacturer. port newspapers transacting business in Starke Mon- I "But why do you do that", asked

very long. Without the newspa- day. to death. One: No, tell me about it. the professor.

PERSONAL LIABILITY-- -- bo per? where would your city or town I Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill was Harold Wall was a visitor at j drink.,Joe: Yea, they had to let the horses I[is "Well just the you custom see", said around the here.man," "It

W II Y NOT ? school Friday.
in town on business Monday.
The people of a town or community .

A Greenburg La. are directly interested in that I .. ----- -.----.- -- ------ ---- ---- .
paper reports Joe Allen, of Graham, was a visitor ----
that in an endeavor to burn the carcass section, because they have their here Monday. HAMPTON he might give his entire time to OILING OF ROCKB.SE

of a deer which they had shot homes and money invested there evangelistic work. CONTINUING

illegally, two hunters started, a brush and they feel, and are duty bound, to Alonza Strickland, of Kingsley, Hampton, Sept. 26-Mrs. J. F. Mrs. Alexander, of Jacksonville( ,

fire in a national forest last fall patronize those who are directly, or was transacting business in town Johnson had as her guests last Sun- has been the guest of her sister, Monday afternoon work of oiling
the rock base the
,, which escaped their control. It was indirectly, helping to build it up. Monday.E. day her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Cras. Mrs. L. A. Wynn this week. south of Starke on state resumed highway aftera
was ,
for the Mr. Merchant, if you are not an Carver, of Jacksonville.
necessary government to calla think J. Roberts, Mrs. W. II. Miner, Mrs. A. A. Durden and daughter, delay of several days due to lack
large of In order advertiser in your local paper, There was quite an excitementhere
crew men to extinguish Hilda Mrs. W. B. Roper and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, I\lr.and of oil and unfavorable weather. Oiling -
this matter over. The buying public last Monday evening when the
the fire. As it )
was 2,000
!\Ir,. E.. E. Burney and children Mr. Budd motored to Gainesville last of lime rock base can only be
acrea of forest land was blackened has already done so. Fall in line, Cooperate north bound passenger train, on the
businessmen and !Mrs. T. L. Wainwright and chil- Tuesday.W. done when the rock is perfectly dry
before with your fellow G. S. and F. railroad arrived and
the fire out.
was put dren were among the Lawtey folks P. Brit, of Louise, was a business and the rainy days of the past week
who do advertise, and help of Mr.
told of the
t w The two hunters were subsequently narrow escape
c visitor here last Friday.J. .
who attended the Primitive Baptist hindred the progress of this work
haled into court and ordered to boost business.-Leesburg Commercial. Benam Fortner of Brooklyn, who
P. Summers and family, who
church in Water Ook last Sunday.Mr. Th'' work is done very rapidly by
i : pay the United States government while Vhile trying to cross a head I have been visiting friends and rela- means of a large truck equippedwith

the sum of $2,500, the cost of con LAWTEY Bishop, of Starke was trans- of the train at Brooklyn the rear tives here and at Providence left a tank holding an amount of

trolling the. fire which had been acting business in Lawtey Saturday., wheels of his car were struck by the last Monday for their home in Mi oil sufficient to cover 1500 feet of

started by their own negligence. Lawtey, Sept. 26-Mrs. J. W. An- train and the car knocked off
It is under
roadway. sprayed
This is a significant decision and drews, Jr, of Starke, visited rela- THERESSA the road. Mr. Fortner was broughtto ami.Dr.. Biggs, of Starke was a pro- sure from nozzles on the back pres-of

adds strength to the legal precedent Itves here Thursday. the hotel here and Dr. Biggs was
Theressa, Sept. 26-Mr. and Mrs. fessional visitor here this week.A. the truck, the crude oil covering the
for personal liability for fire care called and arrived here, at the same
Jas. Phillips arrived here Tuesday A. Durden and daughter, Hilda,
Alex Howe and sister !Mrs. W. H. rock in a thick spray. The truck
lessly started. It will undoubtedly time Mr. Fortner arrived. After a
McCormick, of Gainesville were from Miami where they have been were visitors to Starke Sunday. travels at a speed of about eight
stimulate a wholesome public!! respect careful examination Dr. Biggs re-
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Faver and miles an hour, and the 1500 feet of
for forest protection and the Messrs. B. C. ported that it was not any thing Blanch and Mr. and
Smith. Owsley, H. E. Moore daughter, Mary rock can be covered in less than 15
scope of the decision should be ex- and E. S. Sibly motored to Starke serious. Mr. :Fortner is improving at Mrs. O. Haynes motored to Gainesville i minutes.

tended to include fire damage causedby I Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little Starke Wednesday.Mrs. i this writing. last Sunday. I Hoover Bros., Starke's noted pho-

carelessness to other classes of daughter, Ada Marie, spent from' M. L. Andrew and twd Baptist Church Directory. Rev. Cresent preached at the tographers, made several pictures of !

property.The Wednesday to Sunday with relatives daughters, Gladys and Edna, of Sunday school at 10:00: a. m. Christian church last Sunday morn- work as it progressed Monday, and

'I.\ practice of team-work, cooperation In Jacksonville.Miss Leesburg, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Moore Preaching at 11. I interested
spectators were present
r'::':' concerted effort, or whatever were visitors to Keystone Heights B. Y. P. U. at 7.00: p. m. ing.Mrs.. W. B. Alexander and daughter viewing this stage of road construc-

r" it may aptly be called, cannot Wilma Blanchard left Friday Friday. Preaching at 8. Wilma Pearl and A. N. Wilson
tion. A second coat of oil followedby
,n be emphasized too vigorously in for Jacksonville where she Prayer Meeting Tuesday at 7:30p. : I ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dees moved to attended church services at Gainesville the top surfacing of slag will
fire prevention. At the same time, will spend a few days with her sister m. ,
their home in .
Hastings Saturday.Mrs. last Sunday.Mr. complete this work. r
: individual responsibility and the Mrs J, B. Dye. P. M. Geiger and Mrs. M. W. M. U. Wednesday at 3 p. m. I Carr postmaster at Keystone ,,,\

I: sinister shadow of personal liability Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt visitedMr. ,
Mrs. William Reddish left last Hall were shopping in Starke Fri- Heights, was a business visitor here "
i iE will do much to "stay careless hand" Hunt's daughter Mrs. C. P. I I Some -, :
week.
this Wedding
week for New Smyrna, where she day.Mr.
BASS 0--- will spend a month with her daughter I and Mrs. D. W. Moore were Sasser, of Valdosta last Sunday. I The musice class is progressing J

BLACK Mrs. C. B. Sapp. ,visitors to Hampton Sunday. K. B. Watterson left Tuesday for nicely under the able management of m fit.
-
I Florida has hunting laws, closed Charlie Owsley and Jas. Tricat I Virginia where he will spend the Miss Jesica Hendry, of Waldo It '

reason on game,'bag limits on game, I Mrs. W. E. Toro and Mrs. G. were visitors to Starke Sunday. winter months. Mr. J. W. Blanton, who has been

game wardens, but Florida has no I W. Roberts were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moore and little John Griner and family of Brooklyn visiting his family here left last ,

rs closed season om the game fish, the i Monday afternoon. daughter, Lynell, were shopping were shopping here last Satur- Monday for Miami, where he is engaged \ .,'I

r \ black bass, no laws regulating the : Robert Dinkins;; left Sunday for in Hampton Saturday.Mr. day. in carpenter work.
Miss One Cockrell of Jacksonville yw
size and catch on black bass and no Jacksonville where he has securedemployment. and Mrs. Sam Swindell arriv- I' Mrs. W. B. Roper has opened upa qr.
fish wardens. ed here Tuesday from Palatka. They was the /guest of her cousin rooming house in the large McDonald j I ;

Deer, turkey, quail and squirrel intend to make their home near Miss Estelle Hobby this week. residence, on Main street. It ..dI.

I '. are not allowed to be sold in the Miss\ Dora Clark is spending a few Hampton. Rev. W. B. Hicks, of Waldo will is an ideal home for those who want 'I i 14P' 'r

.. meat markets. lays with relatives in Baker county.H. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geiger, of preach at the Baptist church next a comfortable, quiet abode. Much

s Black baRs has no more right to Waldo, spent Sunday with Mr. and Sunday morning and evening. j I new furniture has been added. It is I.r'tt.
L. Brownlee of Starke was Paul Montgomery of Jacksonville, !i
be sold in the markets than deer, Mrs. P. M. Geiger supplied with both hot and cold < ..

turkey quail or squirrel.! transacting business in town Satur- Claude and Roscoe May motoredto visited friends here last Sunday. bath, something that you can't get ,, r'n r

day. Mrs. A. A. McDonald, of Swltzerland i the The ': ri
The Izaak Walton League of ; Hampton Saturday. else where for price. draper- "

I America and Tampa chapter of this Alfonso Sapp, of New Smyrna, Willis Swindell was a visitor to is the guest of her sister, Mrs i', lea and furniture in the rooms are I ,.t" i:'; < .

league wants the same protection on visited relatives here the first partof Hampton Saturday.Mr. W. B. Roper. matched in harmonizing colon. The i"v. :
black O. B. Cherry left ThursdayFor Miss Gladys Green has gone to reception hall is beautiful, the colors .
the bass as it has on game in last week. attend o.Ta: I-=.'!'-
Florida. his home in Belgontalne, Ohio. Hawthorne where she will of black and yellow being attrac- I

The Izaak Walton league is work The many friends of Marshal V. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore were the fall term of school. tively used. bago Miss Mian.Ruth Masters of W
had 60,000 .
ing and Is /going to get the following R. Reddish are glad to see him ableto shopping in Hampton Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. McKeever of Graham, spent I the wedding march played guests b; I
READ
I
state wide laws: be out again. L. Norton left Saturday for last Sunday with Mrs. L.J. Wynn. band of 3,7u0paces when she ';...
her home in Clearwater after Herman Hardin, of Jacksonville?, THE TELEGRAPH ried
"I. A law to'prohibit the sale of it* spendng Itowaa i iwe
\ game fish, the black bass 1 FOR OVER 40 YEARS several weeks with relatives who has been visiting friends here FOR ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS)I ventlon k. of the nNaLUonal C .
I
Heights returned ) American Legion
and at Keystone ,
2. A law to prohibit the catching HALL'B CATARRH HJHUICIXB: hu b..a here. .. '' there
.....l .ucc..sruur In th. treatment ol to his home UstSaturday. |
1 j, of black bass during the spawning Caurrb.tIALI9. at the ,
preached
Rev Dupee,
season. CATARRH MKDICflTB!: eon No Worm la a Healthy ChildAll
3. A law to stop shipping black .lit* of an Olntm.nt which Quickly Christlah church last Sunday eve children troubled with Worm ..... anonaaattby -
Rolls.[ bjr local P the He his work here that color: which
Internal MwJIelo I Tonlo OD"'hrc-tI: ning. gave up indicate poor blood, and m .
th U
r* .
I Cared In 14 through the Blood th. Mucous Burfai .. more or leu Knack dittwbaoe
Pita O to Days on GROVE'S .
thus rduclnc the Inflammation. CofcU Cans drip and Iof1il 41nza TASTELESS: chill TONIC ......NIUIatIJ

DmuUt can Itchln nftind':.moon Blind.UPAZOOINTMENTfsa.to Blwdins or Protruding* Sold by all .sru. lt.. F.r MaU r.VChi'lU and LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE TabiaU.- ''Keep La*tj tiv r Li vofaTKorr pro fc..twoorthr.tba dittMioB... wools and will net a.rate a Genml! tna blond Scraathnto lm-.

FU a. J MaaUf" .... Irchln pu... and ytxica F. J. Cnn, Co. Toledo. Ohio. Tcvcr.Cot di and taGrfpf* ttM taw Than. only_ "a.Eo. .-quldae." *c tKiair vHorn141 nti *Took to the wool. irtKna. M.ttm' will ih othrewoffor
mttal p.a.r ant application. Me."
it i dtepal .......
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