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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME FORTY-SEVEN -STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 3. 1921. SI' lIum FIFTEEN

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| FORD PICTURE INTERESTING MRS. F. E. JOHNS DIES, AT
SEABOARD REPRERESENTATIVEVIST- !, ONE I Commission Orders Extensive HOME IN JACKSONVILLE CHIEF OF POLICEOF

In spite of the rain Monday night I Jacksonville, Sept, 28-Mrs. Fcb-

|i over two hundred people were present by E. Johns, the wife of Patrolman

| at the Gaiety Theatre to seethe Additions To Starke I William\ S. Johns, of the local "police JACKSONVILLE
Depot department, died early yesterday
| "Ten Millionth Ford" and scenes i morning at her residence 0 East
lof;: the factory showing the building ,I I Twenty-first street. She had been ill
TOR TO STARKE [of a Ford car, from the time the I but a short time. BEGINS 32 YEAR
:, various parts were being made, to To Be Modern Structure---Work
I Mrs. Johns, who prior to her marriage -
_
I the assembly line and emerging a I
Si n if- Opening of New Cross-State finished ,product. Through the efforts ;I To Be Completed By First Of native was of Bradford a Miss Tolulinson county. ,Sho was.wax a Spent Ili>) hood Day in Luke Butler.
Will Mean Heavier
Hoard Traffic -
of Mr. J, W. Andrews, Jr., local her Going; to Jacksonville at Ago
I in thirty-second year.
Through Starke. Ford dealer this motion picture was of Klcvtu
February
Besides. her husband and one small
i
obtained for in Starke. I'l
Mi. P. E. Shepard, of Tallahassee, showing -- son, she is survived by her father, Sunday's Times-Union carried the
It is of the Ford
u production motion -
i "- 'neroial agent for the Seaboard before Though the formal order has not la sheds from Ninth Street north to Mark: Tomlinson. of Lake Butler; following news Item concerning
picture
laboratory, bringing
u.i ,n Starke Friday looking af- your eyes the world's industrial yet been issued by the secretary of where the present freight platform three sisters, :Mrs Mary Burd of Chief of Police Roberts of that city
Lake Butler; Mrs.: Emma Smith, of
t'r i the interests of the company. Mr. marvel, the story of a vision that became -|the state announced railroad commission that the it begins, as well as an umberella shedto Raiford; Miss Lulu Tomlinson, of who entered on his thirty-second
Wednesday
Shepard: in conversation with a rep- a living, throbbing reality. The 'board was had reached decision in the extend south from Ninth streetone luke Butler; and five brothers: Na- your of service Sunday. Air Roberts
a
ri -i illative of the Telegraph, stated scenes shifted from the little one matter of improvements and additions hundred feet, and the hard surfacing ion Tomlinson, of Plant City; Char- wax born in the Lake Butler section
story building in which the first Ford and his friend will read! tho
that the Seaboard was looking for.wool to the Seaboard Air Line sta- of the entire station grounds los. William, Joseph and Seibert ninny
built
was to the mighty factory covering I account with interest:
to a busy tourist season and a I hundreds of acres, in which tion in Starke, and ,that the parties from Ninth to Tenth streets. Tomlinson, all of Lake Duller. i Today Is thirty-first
I I (I would receive the board'sdecision Entrances to the waiting rooms Officer Johns and his parents Mr. anniversary
,,,, increase in freight business over Fords turned dai concerned
h. y 6,000 are out of Chief Abel J. Roberts
I I an a
few will both the railroad side and Mrs. W. J. Johns, and a niecn, member -
within days.Among on
the state road is 1 a open
nlu-n I
cross openedto
I of tho Jacksonville police forco.
ly.A Miss Onie Rivers were at Mrs.
the improvements and to the taxi stand. They are to
most Important -
traffic during the latter of feature of of the show
part part was Thlrty-ono when his
Johns'. when years ago
bedside
death
i that will be included be of ample size and. equipped for came.
the year. the Fordson tractor, showing it at twenty-first birthday was only few
a
The funeral services held
wating-|I tho convenience of the traveling pub- wi-ro
will be the building of new
allow faster schedules the work Innumerable
To Sea- doing tasks, from home months behind him, ho Joined, the
from the late at1 aVItck
ditches ing rooms from the south end of!! I lic. The order will call for the completion yesterday
bu.ird is making many changes in cutting in mucky land to force us patrolman.
afternoon, Kev. Allen C. Shu
equipment, laying heavier rail, cutting dragging mountain roads, making, the present depot, and abutting on / of the station by February 1, k-r, pastor the the Calvary Baptist He could have retired cloven yearn

down grades and in places nn; ginning, and hauling the cotton crop Ninth street, the erection of umbrel- 1925. church ofllcii.ing. Tho body accompanied ago, had
rebuilding their track to eliminate of the South to the market, and at I by relatives, win forwarded ,permitted to retire on part pay after
curves and shorten distance. From work in the snowy forests of Canada CONCERT FOR WOMAN'S CLUBA HOOVER BROS. INSTALLING to Ruiford for Interment Marcus I I twenty years of service. But at
Gross, a station near the Georgia hauling logs to the mills. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTHoover Conant Company in chartro of ar the nice of 52 and with thlrty-ono
line, a new road is being built across No task on the farm was beyondit ( ) Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 8, rangements. years of service behind him Chief

to Callahan to connect with the road it I lightened tile burden of the Liszt Bros. have just completed -------- --- Roberts. in. Hllll an active IIA many
to Baldwin, shortening this distance heavy farm work and provided the (B) Nola, Felix Arhnt the installation of electrical apparatus BIDS) OPENED:. FOR younger men on tho force
40 miles over the present route via farm home with running water and Miss Anna CanovaA in their modern studio for the ST.TanO.11 NO. TWO "I don't! call fifty-two old ago at

Jacksonville. The Seaboard's fast electric lights. ( ) A Memory, E. R Park. making of prints and enlargements. nil." ha .said "And I surely ,ilnn't feel
freights will be routed this way I (B) A Little Dutch Garden, C. M. Until the 21-hour service was Instituted Bids were opened! Sept 21th by old. I am still nimble on my feet indHH
GIRLS ESCAPE FROM HOME tho state road department in Tallahassee
leaving Jacksonville to the east. Marks. by the municipal light plant nrtlvn, as a good many younger
that of state road No.
From Baldwin south to Colemanthe Saturday night three girls confined (C) Floods of Spring, Rachmaninoff. the printing was done almost entirely on part fellows on the force .
2 from Lake City north to White
present roadway will be used in the home for the feeble by sunlight, and Old &II>1 could).) Springs, a distance of lO.U'J' miles. C. "Why. I've gone fishing with soma

with curves eliminated and the distance minded, near Gainesville, escapedand Miss Mabel Lau not always be depended upon. F Lytle, of Jacksonville, was the of them lately and I ran still scramble -
shortened at different points. made their way to Starke with (A) Minding My Business, Song With the electric printer now InURe low combination bidder with $.100( ,. around over rocks and piers like
From Coleman to Palm Beach the' the aid of motorists, who did not and jazz dance the best there is in a negativeran 102.31 for '0.011! miles of concrete It Hcniirrel. I've hopped around. over

road,. will open up an entirely new know the circumstances. Two of the Miss Julia Etta Canovuintermission be brought out by the correct road. L. M. Gray, of Starke, bid low places on my feet! where younger
territory, and one of the best truck! girls, whose homes are in Tampa manipulation of the lights. The bril- fellows took to their hands. and
with $lD7r>02 on the rock base only.
sections of the The Aria, 0 Meo Fernando, From La and of the knee, "
growing state. left by train for that city, it was liancy position light can i Thu bi<1t, received for the projects
colonization of many large tractsnlng learned by Chief Kite, who investigated Favoritu, Donizetti. he changed at will to suit the work were described as amounting to the "Kindliest In a policeman's. belt
the new route will be taken up\ the matter. The third was tak- Miss Mabel LauA at hand. For enlargements n 1,000 closest received in recent months by i motto." ho said. "I've never hurt

b.the. company. en in charge by the chief and returned ( ) Chopiuno, Satire on a few of watt "daylight" globe ia used, und is : the department, due, it was believed, anybody and I'vo never boon hurt.:'
With the increased business to Gainesville Sunday after- Chopins' Selections, Henry Lunge.U the nearest approach to the real Chief Robert doesn't allow prisoners -
i to the fact that the road has been
brought in by the new line it is i noon. Dr. Hodges, head of the institution ( ) Variations on Suwanneo River sunlight) known. The range, of the graded arid ready for the baneand. to In- illumed! Or treated. unnecessarily -
verv' likely that the next .stop in the I informed! Chief Kite over Foster, Transcribed by Anna Can- machine runs from the size of a surface' work. rough and tin "third, deirrua," ,
:.iliouid's. development program I the phone that the two who made ova. postage stamp to an enlargement 30 i IIH It iH understood In some cities, It
vll. lu- the (C:) Xylophone Solo, Russian Rag, inches.BALDWIN ( .." unknown hern.Whou .
double tracking of the : their way to Tampa, were able to by 40 WO" c CI.UH WILL MKKT: : :
line on this end. !Mr. Shepard .stated look out for themselves, and would I George L. Cobb. -.---.--- I Chief ItobvrU joined the
that it was the intention of the Seaboard 'be returned to the home upon their Miss Anna Cunova HAS SMALL CLOUDHUUST ) The first regular meeting of the force lio was given the dent around
to secure as much new busi- I, arrival there. Ensemble, Miighty\. Lak' a I Rose, << Wonmn'H. flub will lie held at the the old' .station house at the foot of

ne.x In those sections having competing ( Frank L. Stanton. Baldwin, twenty miles. west of club house on Wednesday! Octoberthe Liberty street and continued there
lines as possible, and that the 'i J. W. White spent Saturday in Misses Mabel Lau, Anna Canova and Jacksonville, experienced a minia- I I Hth, at three I'. m. Members are for live years, when he became amounted
Jacksonville. Julia Etta Canova urged to pleiiHe pay their dues tit lie the
tiew territory alone, within a few ture cloudburst a few minutes before I i patrolman wan In
years. will become a big trucking I Thursday evening, October Oth, at the down-pour of rain struck thin meeting. mounted service for eight yours, until -

section This road will also provide U.D.C. ENTERTAIN eight o'clock, club house. Admission Friday about 0 a. m., according to he wan mudo n sergeant In 1000.
it much shorter route from the east I 25 and 50 cents. Benefit Woman's reports from that little city. STARKE ESCAPES In !1:113.: he was promoted to the

coast to the west coast of the state. Club. No exact report of the rainfall at rank of lieutenant and! In Wit) was

CHAMBER OF COMMERCEMEETING VETERANS OF J. PRESBYTERIAN Baldwin was available but It was In appointed IU21:! on assistant tho retirement chief of of police.Chief
said to have been several inches in I
FRIDAY NIGHTA SERIOUS DAMAGE Frederick C. Itnarh ho mild
will
Sunday October Cth, is Rally: Day tho course of two hours The tor-
chief, the highest position In tho de
meeting will be held at the for all of the Sunday schools in tl\-i rents of ruin were not accompanied

courthouse Friday night for the pur- J. DICKISON CAMP United States, enrolled under the by wind and no destruction of telephone -I partment.Thief Roberts hat lived mllllt of

pose of bringing the chamber of Presbyterian Banner, and every or telegraph wires was reported. FROM STORMStarke : his I ito in Jacksonville coining here
[commerce into activity again. Every .
member of our school should make a
when he eleven from
jcitizen of the entire county is urged The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. I wan years! old
effort be at 10 ,
special to present a
I COLOnEl BOYS DRAW FINES Lake Butler, his birthplace.
dinner felt tho effects of the tropical
to -
attend. With the near completionf C., gave a sumptuous on m. Our new minister, Rev. 1[. A.
the hard surfaced road, it la imperative Mariunna Day, at the court house, in Tucker, D. D. will be with ua and Lias Dell and Leon Rlgdon, colored storm, which brewing In tho THOMAS COUNTY COTTON
that the county have an or- honor of the veterans of J. J. DI:k.i >- will preach both morning and eve- boys working around town, triedto I gulf, struck the Florida coast between feanized body to look after its inter- i son Camp. settle an argument \over who Cedar Keys and Apalachicola I
*sta. It Is proposed to make the The guests included the veterans, ning.A cordial invitation il extended to threw sand in a pall of slops Friday Monday night. Throughout the day Thomasvilli, Ga., Sept. 24-

ody county-wide in scope and it the C. of C. Chapter a"d several invited all the friends of our church to attend night with knives and clubs. Rigdon showers had fallen intermittentlyand I' Thomas county farmers art getting
ill be to the interest. of every sec- guests. .Seventy-four people any or all of these services. succeeded In slashing Dell on the continued until 9:30 when it very much Interested in the campaign -

ion of Bradford county to be repre- sat down to a moat delicious dinner Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ann In Mayor's court Saturday af ceased as the wind began to rixe. I I that has been started for destroying -
ented. Be present, and let's beginhe I of chicken piliu, bided ham, pickles! ternoon both were fined $3.50 and For several hours the wind blew cotton stalks from which
movement that will put Bradford hot rolls and biscuits, potato salad, Subscribe to the Telegraph costs with dangerous force, unroofing part the cotton has been picked! so that
efore the eyes of the nation. ; pimento salad Hired tomatoes: of the main building of the ire plant, the bull weevil will be starved out.
chicken salad, potato souflMa, pickled the wind getting underneath tho corrugated At the weekly meeting of the Lions
EPORT HARDEE ACTS peaches, jell'!!!, c,,:.Tee and ic.i tea. I Roosevelt Elephant Group in _Memorial( I Iron and tearing It loose club of Meigs last week the movement -
ON M'DONALP ESCAPE The desert was of red and white II Some of the pecan growers of this was unanimously endorsed by

Utter Sent Tampa Sheriff Capital brick cream, angel toad; chocolateand Jld II I section reported trees damaged und the members, many of whom are interested -
Hears. pound cak?. Confederate and IT. II I hundreds of pounds of Immaturenuts in farming, end. u fund will
S. flags were used as decorations. blown from tho treen. be rained, for the purpose of carry-

Tallahassee, Sept. 27Govenor Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler, returned I t! I I Slight damage wan reported by ing out the plan as far ax possible
ardee today would neither confirm I thanks to the Giver of all "Iliaa I the telephone company, country in that section of the county.

for deny reports that he had written good gifts before the dinner was I liens being put out of commission in That cotton can be grown successfully -
o Sheriff Spencer of Hillsborough served, and at the close of the repast some Instances by trees falling in South Georgia, In spite of
aunty demanding that the sheriff Rev. L. W. Kickliter thankedthe a I across the wires and breaking them. the boll weevil, in being more and

npture John McDonald, escaped ladies of the U. D. C. for their I Linrn' were crossed in town, but the more realized and the farmer will
onvict or resign. excellent dinner and gracious entertainment : damage was soon repaired. The no doubt plant a large acreage of It

Ai curding, to the report Sheriff after which Mr. Kickliter N city's electric light service was un next year. Over in llounton\ county,
pencer admitted receiving the let- sang "The Homespun Dress," a interrupted. Alabama the crop this year is an
r from the governor but declined popular song of the sixties, the Vet- Immense one and everybody. has
reveal the contents of a second erans of the camp joining in the SLIPS ON WALK money. Acre after acre Is covered
fommiinication. chorus. AND) ImaKK1m: with field\ white with the fleecy

Credence is given the report, how- Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. the capable a I Miss Virginia Weeks, of Brooker. staple and thu farmers haw been

|ver, by the governor's action on president of the chapter, was assit- 1'i I a student of the B. II. S., slippedand paying laborers from $1.25 to $1.50
peptember 25; in offering a reward of ed in serving by Mrs. O. L. Beasley, fell on the wet pavement in a hundred pounds and furnishing
for Brownlee Mrs. W L. I them three meals a day to get It
JJ200 the capture of the slayer Mrs. S. E. front of the Burdford County Bank
'f C. O. Delesdenier in Osceola Wall, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mrs. PaulE. Monday afternoon, breaking her left picked That :South; Georgia; could

ounty, following receipt of infor- Canova, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, arm between wrist and elbow. She have thin crop as well an Alabama

nation that the civil authoritieshere Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs Florence Pow- I i wan taken to the office, of Dr. F.. I.. there seems no reason to doubt, if
had been unable. to apprehend ell, Mrs.. J. M. Alvarez, Misses Etta .I who the injured member the farmer will use all means
Tie criminal. Tison, Olive and Amelia Ray, Aileen The above wonderful grouping of elephants l shot by former Pre.i. Biggs placed against/ the boll\ weevil and destroythe
It is Curtis Williams and I dent Roo*.v lt, his son. Kermit and Carl) Ak.ly, has Just been com in a cant.SUBSCRIBE. stalks all soon as the cotton U
understood search will be re- Alvarez, Mary be
r pltd by Dr. Akely and will the central group fat the Airless I ----
ewed for McDonald. Lucile Deal. room In the Roosevelt Memorial at New York. : TO TUB TELEGRAPH picked.

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 3, 192 .
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and capital in abundance, but fe)1 75 mm field gun of 15,000 yards periment (Station, offers this suggestion IJ.at nant Moffett fW 188

for want of this far more important range compared to 9,000 in the war, to those who may be so situated.It from Boston to New York in _?.

: quality-the spiritual factor. :and other inventions were detailed has been estimated that weevilseat eight minute., attended to hU buiiMaa -
window at 'by speaker.The and finished the round trip;
I'm looking out of my
: about 20 per cent of the annual la two hours and twelve minutes
the highway where a man is at work 105 mm gun has been replaced We have the world's able tSUuiteas

with a pick. The highway is the with a 155 mm, General Williams corn crop in this state. Specialists of thousands of than pot cV

ptattons land; the man is the labor; and the stated, increasing the range from are convinced that practically all of .mnegloped. Bat w haven'ti_the Ii;.

pick is the capital. This is a perfect 12,000 to 20,000 yards. The 4.7 inch this loss may be prevented by the bettrrathan.awe prep*.

r illustration of land, labor and capital gun novl' hurls a projectile of 100 practice of these precautions: and ralioa proride i.!

6' MR. WRIGHT TO TIlE RESCUE have been more or less of ar- ; but it also illustrates that such pounds for 20,000 yards whereas a remedies. Harvest the corn as earlyas moat-important
Th
\. I shall we say, personal nature. I as- a combination can be used either to : 45 pound hell was formerly used, mature store in air-tight cribs, for the day's future ages Is this. news Dr.

r, I shrieked loyas Ted Bijlirigs sure you I shall be less meddlesome [destroy or to construct-to! breakup he continued.Air fumigate twice at two-week Inter- Daly, sector professor of chemistry

lunged forward. In some mysterious in the future, and if you will promise the road, or to repair the road. attacks on cities, General Williams vals with carbon bisulphide. 1 I In the University of Liverpool, sat

".r way, strength was given me to to stay away from the shark-in The man can use the pick to make declared would meet fir, froma he can manufacture sugar out oiplain

use my legs, which had been quaking fested area, I will bring my rain the ruts and holes deeper, or to fill new anti-aircraft gun that Tires a IIIS OLD CRITICA made his wat how r nature and manufacture carbon dioxideThat's .

beneath me, and I tore headlong coat in a Ji Ty." them up. It all depends upon the 15 pound shell with deadly accuracy. young actor recently plant, through the C1'08I114N1v ttfa ,
talking
1 and *
across the hills toward the ocean. Returning, we walked in silence purpose, the motive and the desireof This, he said, "will prove as great a debut on the screen, was I, Is a deep prpcoM, fin making

I; Gaining the beach, I glanced over up the beach to the beach houses. the man. Purpose, motive and desire step in preventing the bombing of about it to a dramatic critic. formaldehyde of the carbon dloi.id .

my shoulder. Ted had not followed.The The Inn was in darkness. It had not are spiritual factors and are all cities as the aircraft now existing "It was a staggering experience, and water, then applying ultra..
sand of The dunes must occurred to any of the crowd to look he said, "actually to see myself act- noW light- color invisible to our
heavy important. Land, labor and capital, make it possible.To -to make the
sugar
eye
; t I have proven too much for him in for me after my disappearance with and even education, are mere tools guard against American bat- (ing. answered the U Mian can Imitate plant. oa

i his besotted condition. Fright spur- Curtiss Wright earlier that evening. ,I which can be used either for good or teries being discovered by enemy observers "I suppose it was, a big scale manufacturing sugar

;, red me on, and I dashed into thee It is an unwritten code in our set to I for evil. Two men graduate from the "smokeless flashlight" other. "Now you know what we and protein from carbon dioxide tn
exactly a have through."- Surrey the and the water tn the
critics to
the whitecaps each to go go ar, ground
shivering as
water, permit person and the same
: with their icy fin- same law school get type of powder is being developed, Comet. one oed problem will be solr*?.
reached out to me where one pleases. and degree--one uses his education to the speaker said, that leaves only a However dont be in a harry to

gers. Soon I was swimming beyondmy "A thermos bottle with ice uphold the law and the other uses dull, bluish glow about the muzzleof How many of your hens laid thru Mil roar Cuban sugar pUi.utlo:

depth in the moon-swept ocean. lime juice, as per request, reposes" his education to help men evade the the gun upon discharge. This September? Those that did are the It will male you rich for many *

Then suddenly I felt the steady behind yon stately palm tree, Mr. law. Two chemists graduate from powder, he added, is less noisy than one to feed for future eggs; those day.
pull of the undertow and realized, Wright broke the silence lightly, technical school in the I for
the same that now used. that didn't are the ones to feed Dlstfagulshed irwitlnr gave
t
in' spent condition. I was notableto and for some reason, which I was his training to
my same class-one uses 1 Defense for the Panama the dinner to Central Penning in New
resist it. I turned nervously unable to analyze, his indifference make foods pure; and the other uses guns York. It was a nice dinner. General .
shoreward and saw a lone masculine piqued me after his former interest. the training to adulterate Canal, moving under their own Pel-thing's share must hIVe

figure coming at top speed through In the short time I had known him, same power on railway tracks, con sweep axe.This cost sixty.cant in the market and
ii foods. the sea for 23 miles with 16 inch nine dollar delivered on the table.
recognized the swim- decision to
I from
one
breakers. wavered ,
Ihad
the of this let-
However, the purpose shells General Williams said. Mod- Week] A* a dinner, it was a success.
and I attitude ,
the .
mer. It was Curtiss Wright, : another in planning ter is not to prove our proposition.You aerial bombs he stated are six But a* a reward for a general that
called to him in utter exhaustion, I would adopt before him. At the Inn know that this position is absolutely ern commanded three million American
shred of vitality I a role of racy times more destructive than those soldiers in the big .
; feeling the last my I had determined upon right. Rather, the purposeof wsrLafter nerving
4 weaken."What's. I'independence and yet I was now .I used in Zeppeling raids of the raKMfttfy for many years W
the letter is to urge you to use
world fore that, it was not much. General
to lengths war.
the matter, trying ready to to almost any
go your influence in having our young Pershing is now retired on a salary
drown yourself?" he asked with a to keep him from finding out about I people at school and college, taught TRY TO PROTECT CORN big enough to get him a small flat

; note of tenderness in his voice. the episode with Ted Billings. I the truth of the situation. There is AGAINST BOLL WEEVIL in a cheap quarter.

'Y/r/ When his swift, sure strokes had "What a funny little bird. the altogether too much materialism in The English do it differently

brought him beside me, I relaxed in frog is," I quoted. The public Gainesville, Sept. 22-Prospects of Their Imperial Government made
schools and colleges.
our their General Hague Earl
Ye, the safety of his arms and felt secure "Apropos of what, may I ask" documents and the private reportsof continued high prices for corn and II I gave him a million dollars.Of an and

in his protection. "Nothing, I was just thinking out many professors are harmful. The pork are causing Florida farmers to By Arthur Brisban. course, this country isn't rich

When we had left the fierce cur loud. A sign of tottering old age, which professors give take every possible step to save and enough to afford anything like

rent behind us, I slipped from his I isn't it?" I responded. "Go get the sneeringly talks referring many to the spiritual 'protect from weevil ravages all of FLEW INTO HISTORY. THIN.There T.r.but. it might do SOME:

arms as soon as I was able to touch I bottle. I'm worn to a frazzle." forces of life, are very harmful. This their present unusually late corn

bottom. He looked at me with searching materialistic trend is distinctly dan- crop. Requests are being made upon PITY A SAD "ARISTOCRAT." Is nothing the matter with

"Nice way to treat your guest," scrutiny. gerous and every college graduate ['county agents; and specialists of the THE DAY'S BEST NEWS. this country except timid imagina

he laughed pleasantly, "sending me "Yes right at this moment you should his influence to stop it Florida College of Agriculture for tion. What have we?
", off for refreshments, while you run do look like an old woman," he an- use who reliable information how best to PERSHING AND GRATITUDE.The Gold, more than half the world's
; it. Those of are
and check
you supply; peace, that will last if we
away and have our swim by your nounced critically and save for his actively interested in alumi associations treat the corn against weevil dam- keep out of European nonsense:

self." innate refinement, which one felt, should at once bring this flight around the world is Presidential candidates, not one of<

:;,, tWhy, you poor kiddy," he continued and the impersonal tone in which he question to the front. Members of age.The usual method is by storing the over, and six young Americans will whom would do any harm if elected;

gently, noticing for the first had spoken. his remark would have boards "of trustees have a wonderful corn in air-tight cribs as early as it live in history when everybody connected good crops, good prices for crops;

time that my arms and shoulders, j been .rude: as it was. it hurt me, forI opportunity to do something effec- is mature and fumigating it twiceat with this Presidential campaign nn fl'l"annual Hv income"' n,,1111"of q more d"! ">ir"than-.

rising from the dark depths of the knew he was serious. tive in this connection. When askedto two-week intervals--with carbon is completely forgotten. .'t...'", ?.oc'.it

water, were bare. "What's the matter Durinjr the drive home I rested contribute to a college, find out bisulphide liquid. Roughly, an onuce dlistory will forever record, If

,. ? Did you have an accident?" he my head against Curtiss Wright'scoat what the college is teaching as to of the liquid is enough for a bushel. only in two lines, the dates and .

'''- 4 questioned. sleeve and slept soundly. the fundamentals of business. of corn. The corn should be shucked name connected with the Ant human Mr. Babbitt-Who was that lady

"Nope," I stammered and madeup Mr. Wright gathered up my swim- Conditions are getting so bad that before being stored for best results. flight around the world. I saw you with yesterday?

my mind that I would not tell checked. It would be Old cribs may be renovated by lining Birds did K long ago bat they I Mr. Crabbitt-Oh, that was the
from the be
When we alighted car they must : .
him what had' happened. After with building and buildingan birds. wife, my stenographer is on her vication.
paper only
are
mine things: and handed them to me. far better for the country if some .
what Marj had said about his opin- inner wall of close fitting lumber -Judge.
closed altogetherthan That th* natka w>Wh tans..4.
ion of flappers, my experience with "Good night, he said "I found colleges were up teach over this, the specialists advise. The the flying! machine should be the> -
continue to
Ted would only add to his unflatter- this In the sand dunes. You might to have them floor should also be very tight. Doors first nation to send a flying machine FORESTALL
economic doctrines
ing conviction about the younger need it," and reaching in his pocket the materialistic and windows often are made to fit around the world ears
black and that they are teaching today. Failing -
generation. he produced a strip of closely by padding the facings with propriate. Mere appropriate would
of the
to teach the importance DREADED
I'd tell him nothing, and with this white taffeta. Part of my bathing bagging or heavy cloth. be adequate lying machbM defense
I felt spirit of deviltry suit! I stood holding the bit of silk great spiritual forces is not only crib for thin country.
decision, a After the corn U in the place
and could have I doing the country much harm, but
in my hand wept, the carbon bisul CHILLS FEVER
returning. shallow of AND
was so embarrassed. giving the students an idea which is pans 1'rb.. GrenvUle L. Wlmihrop,, picas.
"Maybe Mr. Shark decided he'd absolutely wrong economically andstatlstlcall phide on top of the corn, close the antly described by the social reporter i
little suit for Under what circumstances had crib and leave for about 24 hours,
like to have my an $'. The great need of the as a "wealthy, retired i
hors d'ouvre and ate it," I replied, he found it? Had he seen Ted Bil hour is more religion. Education, the advices say. Do not suddenly en- banker, philanthropist" and ARISTOCRAT No one need suffer the seasonal recurrent
at the same time opening my eyes lings? It was maddening and a ter the crib upon opening it. For is under the care of of Chill and Fever,with its terribly weakening
unless guided by a religious purpose, two doctors. His
two daughter effect Wlntersmlth'e Chill Tonic.
through
wide in mock and childish amuse- thousand questions skipped is a very dangerous possession. safety, open the doors and windowsand eloped, one with a chauffeur, the I will, kill)'ourlblll: and take all the Mularo

ment, "and then, again, maybe he frny brain which was already spin- I Giving economic teaching to let air out for several hours be- other with a young electrician.For I out of your C ; If you are subject U,
didn't. ning from the excitement of the wrong fore entering. Rags soaked in the Malaria l I the plan U to take Winter
the average man is Uke giving a ; I smith's Chill Tonic beforehand. It will I
A puzzled expression crossed the evening. I maniac. poison and then thrown upon the a "retired aristocrat" to re- often prevent development of the diaeu..
to
brow of Mr. Wright and he started "Where is the rest of it?" I ques- gun a do these colleges corn pile may be as effective as placing ceive such a blow U painful, but in It pats rich,red blood into your vein.,gi,.
One thing more- his sorrow there is warning and In you the strength necessary to ward oCMalaria.
to question yme further, but changed tioned, hoping his answere would realize by whom and for whom most the poison in shallow pans. As comfort for other wealthy, retired .

his mind. throw some light on.how much. he of them are founded? If you will carbon bisulphide is highly: inflammable American artistocrata. Fifty six yean of continued success b...
he knew of the situation. utmost precautions against One of the daughters was thirtyone made this the standard tonlo in thounnndi
"I'm deeply really, the
sorry will study the history of college of she and her of homes throughout the malarial district
yesrs sister I
said quickly; "one would think that "Maybe Mr. Shark is keeping it from which you graduated, you fire .should be taken. twenty.four,age had; been kept se of the United State., Central and South ..

I you had granted me the special as a memento of the occasion," he probably will find that it was originally Farmers who have tobacco curing cluded. I America and elsewhere.

privilege of dabbling in your affair suggested, leaving me bewildered.To founded by a group of God- houses may find it more convenient I Beware how you keep daughters I smith's The system Chill Tonlo easily and assimilates there; are Winter-nn bad

*, which so far, it would seem, ( be continued) fearing, praying men. If you will and cheaper to store the corn in too secluded, especially after thirty, elfecta. on the stomach or nerves \',>'J
them; and heat up to( 130 degrees for and MORE especially if thy are I should have. Dottle in your home. Popular
turn to the original charter of your Prof. J. R. Wat- I rich in their own right, as are size, 60 centa; mammoth else, $1.00 All
Institution will\ probably find about three hours. these two drug stores wintersmitb Chemical Cntrpany.
you young women
OCTOBER t. METII Thplan is a unified one, being .
SATURDAY I that it was founded to strengthenthe ion, entomologist of the Florida Ex That's the warning. Inc:. Louisville, Ky. A Iv
ODIST ORPHANAGE WORK DAY carried out all over Methodism. Let
in the fundamentals of
youth
us all become a part of it. Let ue
"Work Day", what is it? What is make this a real, sure-enough epochin of righteousness. Ahl how far some

it for? When i is it? Who shall Do good of these institutions have fallen
our Orphanage history.
work? It i is a day instituted by for the sake of doing good; for the from the high ideals for which they "WE LOVE OUR WORK, BUTII-

Methodism in the South when every I sake of our needy orphans: for the were originally founded. Hence my

one, from the small Sunday schoolchild I sake of Him. who said: "Of such is appeal to you college men to use

r; to the old saint in the church, the Kingdom of Heaven." your influence to get the colleges ..

is to set apart one day in the year I back again onthe track and have

in which the earnings of that day or CLIENTS WHO ARECOLLEGE them again teach what they _were

the equivalent thereof is to be, donated GRADUATESBy originally founded to teach-namey AH' I0of F nth

entire to various Methodist the true fundamentals of pros B as.wdr.o ,_
( Roger W. Babson.) m _
ii
Oy
Orphanages throughout Southern perityl! I I =
I
For some years this organizationhas '
Methodism. I i =
been emphasizing the impor- DEADLIER WEAPONSOF .C, ESYy
In the Florida Conference it is for llI
the Methodist Orphanage at Enterprise tance of the spiritual factor in business WAR DESCRIBED I I I ( ttfoRt( ..

This has not been done in the BY ARMY CHIEF I.
I I '
Florida, a home for orphaned I I II' I! I jII
I Interests of any church or sect. I j ,
la, children where there are a hundred
Philadelphia Sweeping changesIn ,
Moreover it has at times been awk-
J children being cared for by the char ward take weapons of war that were said o p
itably disposed people of that denomination embarrassing to a iI I Jrl .i i
to have increased the efficiency of S
be raisedon stand on such a question. It Is only I
% The fund to almost
those of the world war period I
human nature that, after taking ai
this is for extraordinary expenses I
day one half, were described by I Qo
such a stand, we should be seriously $
and
v including new buildings ; I
: scrutinized and criticised. Thus Major General C. S. Williams of the i I
.
and lit these
a equipment to educate
war department, in a paper read be- J/i/
thanks
not do but
only we get no ,
children for life. The day set apartIn fore world scientists gathered herein !
we have subjected ourselves to a i I Ii'
Satur
Florida Is October 4th. (
\
day when the members of the Sunday great: deal of unnecessary criticism.On observance of the centennary of i I I)
the other hand could have the Franklin Institute. He exhibited
.1;. ., schools and churches are invited I been honest with, we clients not without slides, showing the possibilities of I
++ to participate in celebrating by actually /
; giving the price of one day'swages frankly telling what statistics clear- the new weapons.Semiautomatic. I J1
rifle is, being perfected .
A income or more, to this I ly demonstrate to be the fact. ,
z or I If statistics have taught us any for use M a shoulder weapon, .. 'I I II

needy The cause.idea Is that each member is to one thing during the past twenty General Williams said, as well as a 1 ., ry

A' take or send the amount of these years, it Is that the spiritual factorIs .50 calibre machine gun to replacethe trench //Jt I II I .
wartime .30 calibre. New
earnings to the Sunday school or the greatest factor in the growth I IJlii
of communities and nations. It is mortars of great accuracy, high
l church, October 5th, in an envelope f ;
speed tanks, with guns in turrets
t well enough to talk about land, labor i
the Sunday by
previous or
provided .
I I j
and capital. They all have their Instead of the body of the tank, a
check: or in any other way, and the I
official will see that it is sent to uses and functions, but of them- : NU VENTS INFECTION" ''i i f fR'

i the treasurer of the special: fund. selves they are helpless, in bringing' The greatest ducoTery in flesh healingIs ii iX
I We should work toward this end. about prosperity. Land, labor and the marvelous Borosone a preparation /

The children of our households capital existed long before there that come in liquid and powder form. .
It is a combination treatment that not
was even civilization. Many great
should be encouraged to earn their Duly the wound of germs that r tS I
punfice
you0.t j-t
own small amounts. The young folks nations such as Babylon, Persia, cause infection but it heal, the flesh with Pat lw f

should be asked to interest themselves Egypt, Greece: Rome and even extraordinary speed. Bad wounds or 11 If .

in the elan. The real earners, Spain, have possessed land, labor cuts which take weeks to heal with the
ordinary liniments mend quickly under
'
the older folks should follow the ex the powerful influent of this wonderful
ample of the children and interest To Core a Cold la One Day remedy. Price(liquid)SOe,SOa and 120. 7'III
Take LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE (Tsbteu). b Powder SOo and 60e. Sold by
themselves in the "Work-Day" prop- score (Cenjlh end Ne.d.cb. end rarksoftlhe
osition. Cold. tr wTSitOVfS e4oaan es.ecb be.. JOo. All Dnw Start aaael

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(FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1924. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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I '..... .1 ...... ... CERTIFICATE OF INDKIITEDNES9 DOND
Catarrhal Deafness estimated and
FUND probably correctly $16 a pupil and till have many
\umu I. t. aim on hand ......... 785.51
to often caused by an Inflamed condition that
.E M of Florida in Short Paragraph of the mucous lining of when this. tub la In.lnmwl uini-t Jl, It" amt h) bal ____ RgmtJ from
_'h'_'" .-............- have a rumbling sound or ImperfectHaarlnff. you ,AiiKii 91. to amt on head l 00. $2091 $16 to $17 to a child because the money we upend on education.But .
------.1 VDI.... the Inflammation can IKKTIFirATB OP 1\nKOrEUNESB! INTEREST : ho will be able to earn that much !great as the return in we can-

[ Live State NewsTold strayed ba reduced foraver.your bearing may b. d. I August I. to amt overdrawn FUND__00__" lOt 98 more in later years. It Is fair then to not afford to reduce it by keeping

IIALL-9 CATARim MEDICINE! Will Auuuet 31. to amt rvcetpta ____... 094 say that 20 millions of children at children out of school by letting
I August 31 u> amt paid out ....___ glo.Otl or
rw .r ..rorr. do what Catarrh w: claim or for Deafness It-rid your oausod eystemof blCatarrh. August SI. amt to l bed l ___.__._u_. 40>.8Auiruat 11I tending 160 days each this coming them go irrcgunlrly. A child ought
..__...
81. amt overdrawn 40D.8DPOUND
I FUNDAusuet year represent actual production by not to throw $16 day for
away a any
Told by Our Exchange Bold all dntavt.t. for 40 Taara
bjr ( over
F. J. Cheney :A. Co.. Toledo. Ohio. .' August 31.1. to to amt amt on reeeluta hantl ._.__..00 u__... 2A24 It.ta the dollars schools of some 60 billions of trival reason. In a few years he will

r August 31. amt petit out _.___un_ 85.45Auiiuat of potential wealth nearly be compelled to compete with others
for more than 20 years so success- 31. amt to bal --__--- 80. lAuvuat thirty times the expenditure for the who have made most of that and
I hunt __ __ day
I 31. to amt on ifUtltl
club has
Fort Myers-A riding ed increases was received by the n schools
the destinies of
fully superintended The foltowinic balla were ordeed peril: of as many more school days as they
bOn organized here by members of commission some time ago. I GENERAL! FUND Not
the institution. C. F. Hoover M..... Coun. ___--... 10.A*) many investment are as could. It's good business then to
the Headquarters Battery of the A. O. Andreu M..... Coun. ........ 10.00 good as that or pay such enormousdividciulg. keep the school for
tl6th Field Artillery. The club will Tarpon Springs-After years of TallahasseeNathan \Mayo com- ,' John Willow Mom. Coun. __uu_._ 10.00 We open a long term
______ could estimate the and keep all the children
vain attempts New Port Richey is J. W. White Mom. Coun. u 10 00 in it every
, 41' open to citizens as well\ missioner of agriculture has received C. L. Peek Mayor free .______u_ TOO school day as worth much less than I day
to be incorporated under the genaral from the Georgia authoritiesa Sllae Kit Salary and five n.U 104.00
A. U Alvurva Salary and f,... 7H.00i
Tallahassee-Pearse Home, 1300 I j|I village incorporation laws. A petition copy of the bill recently passed by i A. K. Grlffla labor on toilet nn nU 8.80 -

Pennsylvania avenue, Washington has been passed around and the legislature of that state authorizing C. A. F.ilch Clerk Traa. *. T. C. 60.110. 1IIIIIr......... -.-. .1o' IIJ "_'_'u" _
Stark Telephone Co. phone Berviee2 80HraiUnrd
bas been appointed by Governor i was signed by 107 out of the 150 a quarantine against Florida Co. T.I publlahlnv oily 40110
1 commissioner qualified voters In the little city. The Bradunl. fCo. Tel. tax ale notices S .10Conaumvni
be of deeds
Hardee, to and Alabama counties infested with Lumber Co. Lumber. .__ 8.ttj
Iffor the state of Florida in the Dis- election has been called for October the cattle fever tick. Passage! of the W. L. Wall Plnwhlef ____._n_.__ 1.00
11 C. Wall Aulntant ehlef .____ __ 1.50
|trlct of Columbia. 27, an, according to Captain Critch- act followed closely failure of the Maurice Eolw...... t'lr.m.n n.__... 1.00
ley chairman of the committee Georgia authorities to stop shipmentof Alvin Beck Flrvman ____-n_______ 1.00
__
CoralJ Miilillebm Firemen 1.00
Sanfor -Thls city yesterday voted which has the matter in charge it Florida watermelons through that Hugh Brownlr Jr. Fireman _nn.____ 100

a bond issue for $325,000 for city will carry practically unanimously.Fort state in cases where the melons were Joseph Leo Wiggins'Ihomaa Fireman rlrvman___..nh_n__..___ 1.00 1.00

[improvements. 1165,000, sewers; packed in pine straw. The Georgia Fred Mutt rlreman ___.__u .u_'_' 1110
l\Iyers-uFrom Coolidge to Hrlnaon Klrman _._._..__n___ 1.00
100,000 paving; $50,000 new jail state veterinarian is "authorized by Julian Canova. Fireman ____n_.... 1.00 Business
:,ud $10,000 for a municipal cemetry. Coolldge." A large box of avocadoes Stump *. Mitchell dunat def. eel.8'1,00' )
this is the act to maintain a strict quaran- i Total ______ ._____.n ..___ __ 48H.52 I
[ The vote was three and a half bearing inscription now tine of the border between that ROAD AND KHIDOK.: FUND I
speeding toward the White House at Consumers Lumber. Co. Lumber .. 10.12
one. state and Florida and Alabama to De\\, Itt I'. Jon. Supplle n_____ 11.26
Washington. The fruit was sent by prevent rein testation of the tick free Kradford County Dank fay roll. ._ 87.50 Farmers
[ West Palm Beach-On the eve of W. Coolidge of this city to President Hunk of Starke Pay roll _nun 8.100
area in Georgia.TallahasseeJ.. 1 A. K. Wall Lumber. h_, .._______ IM.II
ginning their instruction of the Calvin Coolidge. While W. Coolidge J. A. Morgan Salary ....---..--.. 100.00
fouth of Palm Beach andiypade could direct relation Total I _.______________uhn_ S3017 I I
proward, not trace any L. Cresap chief POUND FUND I
counties, 500 teachers from with the man of the White House highway engineer announced that |1. A. L. Alvarea Pound feee ..___._. 850' are especially pleased
__ __ _
Slice Kite Found feee 8501
,--ny states assembled here for the he said that he just wanted to ohow he will have crews at work on the 'n'...'--'- K.OO with the

[third annual Institute of the Royal his respect to such a prominent road between Monticello and Tallahassee W.TotalPUNt O. BtrlnirMlow Plumb. at C. II._ 110.83 I I ,Fdue- --.NN"

aim Education Association. man bearing the Coolidge name. The by October 10. There alreadyIs WATERWORKS: FUND :
C. A. Futch Clerk bond truatvea __ 85.00Klinby
Fort Myers-The Junior Chamber avocadoes were grown in Coolidge'sown a crew of men at work on a four' }'cantinbell- tower n_'__ 1.00r.hleo'nlI L. C. Smith
H groves here.Tal1abasseeGovernor. mile stretch of thiis road west of I -- 4" 00 Typewriter
= h
Commerce recently organized :: ; djit'; ; September; ;; .
A. Monticello. It is planned to have this : C. A. FUTCII. Clerk. I
ere by Secretary CavalU genKrai Hardee .
ap stretch completed by December 1. I Uo7s because of the of work that be doneon
secretary of the Fort Myers pointed H. D. Garrison, of Wauchula I GIVE ALL THE A CHANCE variety can
crew four
Another It at work on a
[Chamber of Commerce is surpassed Hardee the machine.
of
as county judge county lame
Jacksonville mile stretch of this road''crossing Interest In the "World Series" Is
size only by and Frank E. Con-
succeeding Judge Lake Miccosuki. This project Includes I not confined to adults. \Many a school
Mr. Cavalli said The
Tampa, today. incumbent who to
unior body has 154 members. ner, law Punta resigned a bridge two hundred feet in boy's knitted brow Is only a rune to General Correspondence, Billing Tabulatingand
practice at Gorda county length, crossing the lake. Mr. Cresapwas conceal his thoughts. Instead of

I\tacclenny-County Agent R. F. site of Charlotte jcounty. Judge Garrison of the opinion that this projectwill Euclid's propositions, his medita- Card Writing

Vard reports that an outbreak of recently was named by the be completed by January 1. tions may be on his baseball heroes

og cholera that promised to be se- Democratic executive committee of: Other crews now are at work be- and their chances for victory. And | can all be done on any L. C. Smith machine. '

ious has been checked. He also says Hardee as the party nominee for the tween Lake and Wadesboro and between why not? Play games and athleticsare This feature is invaluable for maintaining the

Kthat several farmers are planning to four year term, as county judge be- Wadesboro and Tallahassee. a recognized part of the school's 4

[burn all\ cotton stalks after harvesting girming January 5, 1925 in place of physical education program. These records kept by stockmen and breeders. L. C.

their cotton crop in order to de- Judge Conner, and so far has no announced Tallahassee-Word has been re- activities offer, without doubt one Smiths are made with different widths of car

troy the winter quarters of the boll opposition in the generalelection. ceived by the railroad comimssioti of the best opportunities for the development for
riage where wide i i.
([Weevil. that the railroads have made appli- ofrood/ conduct and use paper required.

West Palm Beach-Henry Brown cation to withdraw their suspended healthful habits. Are their possibilities -
Orlando-Fine interest in the builder tariffs carrying increased class and realized Write for form 601 I. which explains in detail
Corwin 78 Florida
pioneer ,
statewide beautificatIon meeting, tobe died at a local hospital here from an commodity rates between points in I I The teacher-coach should by example the features of this typewriter.
held in Tampa, October 0, is be- Florida and trans-continental terri-
and attitude inculcate the
of heart disease. He
acute attack
)ng shown throughout the state, ac- came to Florida from Dayton, Ohio, tory. When these tariffs, carrying I I ideals of fair play. Pupil. should

ording the Florida to Karl Development Lehmann chairmanf Board's and settled in Daytona, where he increases were filed with the Inter- learn to despise everything. trickyor L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.

was active in building operationsuntil state commerce commission the mean, to abide by the rules and
tate beautification committee. Three
1911 when he moved to West Florida railroad commission by a the spirit of the game to strive to Executive Office : : SYRACUSE N. Y.
sessions will be held beginning at
formal and assailedthe
protest petition win their athletic
Palm Beach. lie retired from business by own superior
:30 a. m., 2 p. m., and 7:30: p. m. in 1919 after having accumulated proposed rates and applied for a prowess and to recognize It appropriately 120 West Adams Street Jacksonville, Florida

suspension of the tariffs which was. In others. They should learnto
Laurel City-Seventy acres comprising large holdings. Funeral services -
what is known as Ferndon were held at the Congregationalchurch granted by the interstate commerce ba sportsmanlike. This Implies

arm, near here have been purchasd of which Mr. Corwin was a I commission. The proceeding filed by when winners, the lack of undue

by E. A. Weise, of Chicago who deacon and trustee. The body was the railroad commission has resultedin boasting: and when losers, the first

.for the past 16 years has been follow- taken to Daytona. the railroads withdrawing their In congratulating their successful
proposed increased rates it la stated. opponents.
ing the insurance business in that

ity. It is understood that Mr. Weiseill Orlando The Orlando Realty AUGUST REPORT .OF IIO.NU: TRUSTEES Well-planned athletics contribute ... .
Board has taken to institute 1IJiD'M.- -tammmn'
feature the cultivation of blue- steps Immeasurably to physical fitness,

erries, which grow -so abundantlyn legal proceedings against persons Th. report of the bond t..t_ for the happiness honesty cooperation, consideration -

this section. charging exorbitant commissions month August of 1 August amount was on iliad hand aa__follow.11,8.15.89 for others. sense of fair worried about human breeding, an

for obtaining occupants of houses Auiruat gi amount reeelpta ------ 64AUK. play and character. Each and all of In the future of the race. "the we1'
81. dliburMmenta for Au, .. 2.m:4* This and thu .'
Week I born refuse to breed,
Tampa-Funeral services for Paul here the month-to-month basis.
on August 81. amount overdrawn ___. 131.63Trvaaurere these are worthy goals. Should this too "'
cause, dance hall owner at Indian The action resulted from complaints report for the month of Auir. highly desirable type of educationbe burn Inni.t on breeding mu
wee filed a* follows IGENERAL ay these anxlou worrier
ocks, who was fatally Injured ,In, of instances of commissions charged FUND confined to the few already physi- It all depend on what you ci

pan automobile accident near here pwners of property which in many August August 81 1.. to to .amount amount overdrawn....Ipla n_... 447 101.71.8tAuicuat > cally fit? wU born. The fortunate child

aturday niight will be conducted cases went as high as 5'0 to 75 per 81, by amount paid out ___ SV7.84 Undue concentration on "the born of a mother that want children
August SI. amount overdrawn 11.69 and the 111 born JnrnM from n
.then relatives arrive from Chicago. cent of the first month's rent, according ROAD AND HKIIII.E FUND-- tvnni" may well be supplanted by interesting yryp mother that done NOT want clul .

nauss was hurt when bin automobile to reports reaching the AuKuat 1. to amount on band _.._ g.ZflT.BH the pupils in the organlza-
AuKtiat Bl, to amount receipt* __._ 237.60 dren.
overturned on Memorial High- Realty Board. The limit it is statedis August 51. by amount paid out .-- 27V 61Auuuat I{: tlon and development of a number of -
lie conscious- in unusual amount to bal. ___n______ 1,216.84 I Time gradual liftingup
l 20 cent eTohrtion
ray. never regained except
I and
per August 81 1024 amt on hand ._.. 2,246.24 I, play groups teams within the the
bess and details of the accident nev- cases where special circumstances INTEREST FUND I' school. Interclass games contests I of frontal angle and public
August I. to amount on h.nd ____. 1,609.BOAunuat I school will take cam of the human
r were learned. govern. 81 to amount received .... 185.00'Au. between the school's teams are By Arthur &labaae race. If the babies pt the right
-- ...... 81, br amount paid out 8,000.00 i iAuiiuat '
Miami-Do you have trouble re- Key West-The Cuban transport 81, amount to bal. _u...h.. 874.59August highly desirable and to be preferred tart. Th* right start father a
81, 1H24 to amt. on hand.. 274.8V to inter-school contests if both can THE REAL NEW TEAR. mother'. affection for the of
nemberlng your name ? William Maximo Gomex Is scheduled to dock SINKING FUND i her child. Without that pity the
olitzer here had the same trouble. here October 6 with 102 athletes August 1. to .me. on hand ___.... 1,204.74 not be provided. Well-directed par- WHAT IS "WELL BORN child. With that everything else
Auuuat 81. to amt
receipt 14269
'I
uu ticipation by the Is essentialto
ecause he has experienced this from the University of Havana on Auiruat 81. .by amount to bal. ___- 847.24 many can be itralghtened out. What heat
ouble on a number of occasions, I board. These athletes will partici August 81.WATER IIU4 to WORKS amt on hand FUND.. 8,847.26 the greater good to the greater THE TACTFUl PRINCE. U In the making of steel affection
i number. U In the creation of children.
e tiled application in circuit court pate in a series of International August:: kl.loto. on hand -- 1401.17'' LABOR MUST SAVE ITSELF. .
August amt. receipt :::::: 96.00 ... -
ently asking that the name be contests with athletes from various Auiruat 81. by amt paid out ______ 26.00 COUNTRY CHILDKEN: ARE K Ew KKaB f B B B K Farmer will be Interested to
[Changed from William Golitzer to of Florida during the dedica- August 81. amt to bal. ____ 1.471.17 Men and old
parts Autiuit 81, to amt. on hand ___ 1,471.17 THE HEAVIEST LOSERS women, young or \know that the Argentine Republic
'illiam Goltizer Gilbert. Golitzerid tion of the San Carlos Memorial BOND FUND n with ambition left should r.m.m- spends 19,000,000 for SJ.OOO\ ton of
August to amt on band _________ 1.llt.ON I ,d Iron sheets to keep back
About 20 of American
> his name originated in Autria building October 6 to 10. The Maxi August 81, to amt rsc.lpt. __ ... .. 24.67 < millions her that a new year has b g-un. devouring locunta. The iheet will
here he was born, and that he just mo Gomez sailed from Havana recently August 81, by amt paid out __..._ 1106 children have/just begun their school Th. new year of SUCCESS does be the farmer free and
___ given to
August 81, by amt to bal. __ 4.0J102
ouldn't remember it. with the Cuban athletes on August 81, to amt. on hand --'_'". 6.08302 year of 1U2I-25. Each one of them riot begin on January 1, In the middle they will be compelled to put themup

board, en route to Panama where should attend as nearly 200 'schooldays of VVlnUr. It begins now, with digging a ditch where the lo-

.' Fort Myers Thi* city Is to have the teams were to take part in the ai possible. That U the lengthof Summer emit. vacation over, Busts will accumulate and be detroyed. -
tourist second to in the chooU. open, everything under .
none
camp inter-republic Olympics to be held school term In our best schools.On .
itate. vray." The United States Steel Products -
according to an announcement there. From Panama, the Maqimo the average, children are In H. who begin carrying out hi. Company supplies the ..te.l.

fcy secretary Cavalli of the local Gomex will sail direct for Key West. school not much more than 165 days. Kood resolutions and working" hard Here we'd cull free steel for farm

amber of Commerce. The Chamber For rural schools the term Is much now, instead of waiting until nut era' JClall..m..

-.r- Commerce has just secured a 60- Gainesville The East Florida ihorter The cost of keeping the January 1, will have a start of four

ficre tract along the Caloosahtchee Seminary Cater Scholarship has schools open will be not less. than month on the oth"rI. and that' a The young Prince of Wale* mlghb
good itart.Flying .
|Jliver for that purpose. A dancing been awarded this year to Walter B. 1 3-4 billions of dollars. It has been have made a successful, earner on

'()a vill ion, water and lights already Matthews of Trenton, Alachua coun- from Greenland to Labrador his. own hook.the arch He of ha*uccee tact,*.the

[Are on the ground and additlnal ty, it I. announced by Major W. I,. the) American flier got backto Reporters wired from the ship

tourist facilities will be added im- Floyd representing the scholarship Now at Pershing'a Desk < the American mainland In five that ha had dnced! with a young

[ttedlately, it was said. committee. The fund to maintainthis month and fourteen word. after St. Louis girl whom h* had never
a their start around the met. When the new. wa* cent back
""'" started three
i Tallahassee The railroad com scholarship was to Children, of the future will be to the ship by wireless. the Prince
lesion has filed with the Interstate years ago at a reunion of the former amazed at this slow trip around the requeued an Introduction to the
students of the old East Florida world. A feature of public school young woman and danced with her
Commerce Commission at Washin Seminary long located in Gainesville education In future age will be a twice.

.ton a formal protest and application and numbering among its graduates flying trip around the world during -
Jfor the suspension of the railroads' Summer vacation. The child of That remind! you of Abraham
many men and women now
twelve will know the
proposed increased charges of two principal Lincoln' tactful treatment of a
[ prominent as Florida citizens. It mountain range, rivers who had written about
reporter
tents box and four
toslx per on grapefruit was in honor of Col. E. P. Cater who tal. of the world by having actually Lincoln'* life and the book he had
cents per box on oragnes on seen them.
read, few enough In number.! Lin-
rfchlpments from Florida to the west RHEUMATISM ENDEDDon't '-- coln told him that one of the bonk
[and northwest Notice of the propose suffer Statistic show that the month of be bail l never read but. to make
longer from rheu-
matism. Why any endure such intense C n. John J. Hlne I* now marriage U changing from Jan to everything all right he would read

A TONIC pains in the muscles nerves and Chief of Staff of the U, 8. "" August, and that's a good thing. It, and he did.
June I II the' month from the roman
( the desk In the War Dept. Labor Is one cog In the machineof
of
Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and The poisons rheumatism are practical point of view.
[ carried in the blood. LEONARDI'SELIXIR building mad vacant by the modern industry the mud important -
Enriching the Blood. When you feel lufatrengtbening. FOR THE BLOOD retirement of Gen. Perihing. The first baby of an August wedding eng, although the m.ehln.dn't .
com- eoraee along In the Bprlirg with Labor'
admit It. deatlny
how
invigorating effect. see
bats these poisons, drives them oat
the ("flower of May and can be put benevolent
depend on labor, not
|Jt$ brings color to the checks and bow of the system. The rheumatism outdoor at once to get fresh air.In peeehe In political campaign

[it Improves the appetite you will then vanishef. You can go about your addition the mother GaD none When mea know more they will

Appreciate iu true tonic value. daily task freely rupcilr.LEONARDl'S the baby all{through the hot month have more. When they stick together

[ptnre's Tasteless chill Tonic U simply ELIXIR FOR of the (list 8ttnmr, when the right a* capitalists stick!: together.
THE BLOOD doe more than this* artlAclal food U hardest to end.8cden .ka4re.lt
Iron> and Quinine suspended In syrup So for'OUo It builds new strength free of religion' and race

[,pleasant/ even children like It. The btoo and vitality. Its use l Insure against and prejudice*, they will havepower

lAeeds QUININE to Purify and IRON to I recurrence of attack of BugeBJea. po-.r.
I Enrich: It Destroys Malarial germ and Try LEONARDl'S ELIXIR welfare= aa4 other. ftxhjd- Pre, y they must

[alp germs by it. Strength olng. Inrtgor- FOR THE BLOOD now. Ref,. + Ipu the anther at :tie "NewDlaeJoVle ..'tDr. T"' IW will!{ roof
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t.I'r FRIDAY OCTOBER 3, 1924.


PACK rou
,, White, of Jacksonville,, I gram was rendered, then Km,\in 1.

I ( I business here Tues- |were played, after which a t.v !,_.

] Wednesday. While here he beautifully decorated with green! i "
: guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
white was set, from which wa -( .

.1tP reJ t 1 ; ed cake and lemonade.

1 < R. R. Thede was a visitor to I All expressed themselves as h .
the first of the week.
: I ing a delightful time and an im ,',I.

-- : L, D. Baker, of JaCkS tion Is extended to all who will ,

Phones; 29 und.. IOU guest for a few days nvlUe'1 come and join the B. Y. P. U.
1 1I Otis Rhoden.

I BRIDGE I'ARTY FOR AND EFIKU I I Chinese The bridesmaid blue satin crepe was and gowned and l'oIrs.-w-i: :. Torode and

MISSES MATTHEWS motored to Waldo Sunday
pink dahlias. Now Heads Legion 'I,
r: One of the most delightful social Miss Maxwell wore orchid .

events of the week took place Fri da chine, with cream lace trimmings E. E, Burney;:;; and Mrs. H. V. 11
A when Mrs E. M. and wore a corsage of
day afternoon were visitors to Starke
, Johns and Miss Hilda Struth entertained roses. w
i at auction bridge cOOlpUmen.IIL.r" After congratulations the {

: tary to Mils Jeanette Matthews, a left for a short trip down the Thornton, of Jacksonville,

.' charming bride elect, and Miss Lola Coast. On their return they will ; a few days here with his
; Efird, of Winston-Salem, N. C., who at home to their friends at 1672 Mrs. Louise Lowery.
Y
'. i. Mrs. Johns' attractive house Johns avenue, Riverside. + 4
r E. Burney was transacting
;, guest.
/ :i the hostesses,, SHOWER FOR in Jacksonville
I Receiving were Wednesday.
'I t"; :,, Mrs. Johns and Miss Struth, and MISS MATTHEWS 'f'.hoed')i,f.,. t
' Matthews Byrd, of Maxville, : .
; their honor guest, Mans I Honoring Miss Jeannette spent
i'! ,': and Miss Efird. Mrs. Johns wat a popular bride-elect, Mrs. J. here at the home of his

It{;e l' gowned. in Madonna blue georgette I Corpening and Miss i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd. rMeti

r;, finished with silver lace and a touch Shriver gave a most delightful miscellaneous
: will be regular services at
'' of red cherries, while Miss Struth's shower Wednesday afternoon
J
'; handsome dress was of navy blue from 4:30 to 6:30, at the Woman' church Sunday. Come out
/:
the new pastor, Rev. Bevis,
': : I Club, the rooms being decorated .
exceedingly with a profusion of I

r::.: charmeutie trimmed with silver Mohawk and I and the graceful pink Crews, of Highland, was in
J embroidered in ; ,
: georgette blossoms. business
Saturday.
lIt: Miss Efil was very attractive in a Receiving at the door was Mrs. : -

''Ii:\.',:. dress of pink embroidered canton I'M.' Mitchell, and in the library Johns!, and E. W., Hayes were
,
" crepe. were greeted by the business in town Thurs-
.
,i'-" Green and gold was the color note and the honor guest.. Miss Y If
for the decorations, which were of I handsome /gown was of scarab ,
I rod, marigolds and ferns beads Hill business James A, Dr.-m, of Washington
; gulden georgette beaded in gold : was a visitor
II beautiful / : I). C, is the hew NaUofoaF Com-
tastefully arranged in. the Mrs. Corpening's pretty Tuesday.
,
k" pearls man er of the AmerwanU
I rooms of Mrs. Johns' home. The was of lavender crepe de chine trimmed served in kite Spaavi .
' : .... punch bowl was placed in the big with silver lace, and \ Y. P. U. social was World War*. H
Iff I Terry tY.:3l4 :&:
I bay window of the dining room and Shriver was attractive in a frock of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. dudn n rai IB Utt
,,X trailing Corp ta font* '
palmettoes, evening. A beautiful
i :. banked with oak wood brown canton crepe. pro-
vines and marigolds. Miss Ethel The following lovely program/
I. : Griffin presided over the punch bowl. music and readings was enjoyed ; -
! At the close of the bridge game it the guests:
,'{. was found that the high prize, an Instrumental solo-Miss I ,I

I.! .y.:,. won embroidered by Mrs.bridge J. L. Peek set,, had who been presented Griffin.Duets (a) On Wings of BonnMendelssohn i You Know the Bank I I '

' ; the prize to Miss Matthews, (b) I Love You Truly, Carrie :

1. ., and the low prize, an embroidered Jacobs Bond-Mrs. A. Z.
.
card table cover, fell to the lot of and Miss Hilda Struth, with : );

4 .- Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. As a guest Mable Edwards, piano = But Does =
,": prize, Miss Jeanette Matthews received Readings (a) The Bride's ;
silver olive spoon, and to '
b
a Call on the Butcher. ( )
I
Miss Efird wall given a pair of cobalt Jim.-Miss Alice Tharin. :
The Bank Know You.I
I blue perfume bottles. Voice (a) Just Because, i !
beautifully
hostesses served a I I
f The False Prophecy of a
b The
( ) :: i
of pistachio !
appointed ice course John Pindle ScottMiss !
Little Daisy, !
, and angel food cakes iced in < ;
cream Elizabeth Brownlee with MisEthel :

"'. gold, and and the ferns.favors Green were and of marigolds gold- Griffin, accompanist. le'r.:: Banks afe>!' often asked if such

served on the card tables Reading, An Old Sweetheart :
mints were
Mine-Miss Lucille Mitchell. 'and such a person is reliable, I
during the game.
l\\1,
bridge were: Mesdames I While the wedding march was belug : ,
' l II| A.Playing W. Anderson, O. L. Haynes, A. Z. : played by Miss Griffin, a tin ; or entitled to credit. If you

: Adkins, S. L. Peek, N. D. Wain- bride and groom entered the <
the bank knows
wright, E. S. Matthews, O. L. Bean : torium from the library, the bridbeing I are a depositor, :

a' ley, N. Sternberg, F. F. Stump, GV I little Miss Gloria Johns worth and
?rt. M. Inman Edward Burns, J. i the bridegroom little A. Z. your can give you a

) Mitchell, J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, M'1 Jr., each being dressed in full Chideattire. !; Otherwise bank is :
It Wyman, R. J. Davis, J. L. Frazee, The charming small coupsmarched rating. a I

l'!: C. Hoover, F. L. Turner) J. L. to the honoree Miss withhold favora- I !
card ( compelled to a
L W,:. E. Davis, Catherine Davis, Florence thews, and handed her a ,
Powell, T. J. Alderman. Misses the fairies were calling her in
11<' ble lack : !
rating purely through
Jeanette Matthews, Lois Efird, ol land. The sun parlor representefairyland I

v : Winston-Salem, N. C.; Alice Tharin, and was elaborately of information relative
Mabel Weller, Florence MatthowCarolyn < orated l in rainbow colors and : to your I II
FrippMary. Curtis Williams greens, and there the many lovelgifts ; 1 financial I

of Key West, Aileen Alvarez of linen, cut glass and I status. ,
arranged on tables. Three
Men were
were:
Coming in for tea
dames J. 11. Hitch, J. E Corpening, tie fairies, little Misses Lois A bank account is your best
Lillian Sternberg and Frances
Middleton,
W. E.
t" E. ,E.- Canova,
Fred Snpp. D. E. Knight, J. M. Al Peek, carried the gifts to the endorsement. It stamps you.
: for her inspection.
1) I
varez, G.V.. Brown, of Lawtey;
I C. Jones, William Struth, Sr., L. M Refreshments of brick ice as a man of affairs.
I'', DeSh/of Waldo, T. J. Griffin, Misa and tempting home-made cake (
''' Marguerite Shriver, and Miss Ethel served by the hostesses: assisted b
'; Grifllin Misses Elise Jones, Harriet '
.L Hazel Middleton and Mary 'I

SEI.LKItS-MULL.AnY The cupid.favor on each plate wsa a tin Bradford County Bank I

Y The following account of the marriage
While the many guests enjoyedthe
of Miss Leona Mae Mullady,,
:
refreshments, Owen Griffin
Established 1S89"Bradford
J. Mull
daughter'of, Rev. and !Mm.
ed a beautiful violin solo a
residents of Hampton,
lady, former led by his sister, Miss Ethel !!
her fin mctal
will be read with interest by : County's Stronghold"
.
': many friends there and el-ewhert' COLLEYilOUSEKMiss
It was taken for Tuesday's issue at
the Jacksonville Time -Unlnn:: Marjorie llouser and I --------V- 'II
Ray Colley were quietly
A quiet home wedding took place
; ,
afternoon, at four ,
Saturday
Sunday afternoon, September 28, at I I -
in Waldo, at the home of Rev. \V. '
v 3:30: o'clock In the home of Rev. and ; :;

flt Mrs. J. Mullady, 22tl Victoria daughter street,,,, ed licks by, Rev.the ceremony Hicks. being j GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
when their youngest
Leona Mae, became the bride of Mr The bride ia the attractive I INMAN &. RITCH
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. llouser, i REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
+! James Adams Sellers.
Hampton, having moved there I
INSURANCE COMPANIES
FIRE
I'V Rev. W. T. McGuire, of Ray City
from Faibus, Ala. I
. a former pastor of the bride, who I years ago ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
friends in Hampton gave
'
kV baptized her at the time of her unit : a many delightful linen shower the BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

ing with the church, performed the previous. to her marriage.Mr. MADE PROMPTLY

nuptial ceremony Colley is the son of Mr. ,,,
. Mexican coral vine fern and Mrs. J. F. Colley, and for a ,, -
"(;OUID BETTER FERTILIZES BE MADE WE MAKE
(, palms were combined in decorating-, of years attended the B. It. S. MOULD IV
' '' white ribbon streamers forming an later spent five years in the ttth FrtOTlM .f the eld nD.t>U aisle to the doorway, where they terminated which time Mntaliila. FALL PRICES. B_.... .f QUALITY '., Ui. put fortr T_n with
A. States Navy, during
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arch of ferns palms I e. Priw* rich*--quality .I.u" Mat tha chaapaa tka BEST far ta.
at an traveled He Is at
extensively.
cat pll...... INSECTICIDES. 8PRATXRS. DUSTERS ... DUSTS.E .
and vines.. ent in the employ of the State
Entering first, were Miss Frances Department. I 0. Pabtcr Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville FU'

King, bridesmaid, and Mr. C. G. Immediately after their

Mullady, groomsman, brother of the :Mr. and Mrs. Colley took a
Then the bridegroom Goal, Leesburg and
bride. came trip; to
.I';' with his brother, Mr. Julian Sellers. places in the southern part of Boos Lumr I TTMRFP>niCEMENT BRICK LIME

who acted as best man. Mate., For the present they are

Miss Beryl Mullady, sister l of the home to their friends at the home BUILDERS HARDWARE

bride maid of honor, entered alone, his! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ev.rythin1
I -
'. immediately preceeding the bride entering ley. for
with her .father, who Ira'e'fler k
,
f In marriage. JOtl STOS-CRA n'ORHr.tr. r Build a.
ANJZE, and
The bride was lovely in a gown of Charles Roscoe Johnston, sMSlll -

, navy Canton crepe with hat and accessories Tampa, and Miss Myrtle
COl\IPANYrin.
"<,*.. of tan. She carried an arm Crawford, of Brooker, were CONSUMERS LUMBER I
boquet of white dahlias. by Judge R. A. Green at his om
I' peacock Tuesday afternoon at five o'clock. : STARKE, FLORIDA I
honor
lit Ic The maid of wore *
J .
trimmed in cream Mr. Johnston U one of .A
r blue flat crepe '
dahlias. highly respected young men and
'. lace, and carried pink
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 3, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA
PACK PIT
-. Tuesday at LaCrosse. -
rial staff, as maid of honor, appears !
E. M. and G. W. Hazen spent TRI-COUNTY FEDERATION three Quail in the family.: One
the name of Miss Sue Alderman, of
Jacksonville, who has visited In'' Thursday at Gainesville. POSTPONEDThe grandfather was a Swan, and I another -
Bits of LocalInformation !Mr and Mrs. Harvey Warren of he's
dthe a Jay-but dead now and
Starke at the home of her uncle, G. meeting Tri-County
Waldo, spent the week-end here I n bird of Paradise. They liveon
W. Alderman. Federation of Woman's Clubs. to beheld
with
friends and relatives Hawk avenue, Eugleville, Canary
G. B. Colson H. P. Gainey, J. C. October 3rd, In Lawtey, has county and the fellow who wrote
POISON CORN WEEVIL; been postponed, the date to be announced
Cone spent Wednesday at LaCrosse thin is a Lyre, and a relative of the
PREVENT 20 PERCENT LOSS
Concerning Our People, Basinet and Wyley Kelley, of New River spent later. i fmmlj. Pi they keep u parrot old

Progres of the County and Town. 'I Florida's corn crop for 1924 is the' Saturday here. :\ GARAGE Aim SERVICE bird ?

biggest for many years, being 12- Misses Cantey Olliver, Virginia CARE.

I .. 675,000 bushels according to esti I Colson of Pine Hill! spent Sunday
\\I, mates. At the same time the crop here. H. Smith has added! a servicecar "

Mrs. W. J. Epperson spent Friday Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Wednes- for the entire country is less than E. M., G. W. and T. C. Hazen to his already well equipped garage % ]
in Jacksonville and machine shop. Its equipment rENT-A-WORD
Butler. day
In Lake for years. This no doubt means that spent the weekend at Saraaota.
enables any car, no matter how
Florida warmers will get a good Mr. and Mrs II. E. Thomas and
Miss Cassie Wnite is spending two Mrs. E. L, Jordan and little son, price for the corn they sell, which badly damaged to be towed to the
weeks 14. Jacksonville. of Oveido, are guests at the home of makes it necessary that. every effortbe little son, Floyd spent Sunday at shop for repairs, besides carrying
Hill! with relatives.ST. .
pine
the tools and for
parts
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. taken to protect it from iU num- necessary

John (4Shriver'of: Brooker, was a erous pests, the most common of MARK'S CIIURCII making temporary repairs on the I FOR :SALE-: -Jersey-HoUtein milch
business visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith are receiving which is the corn weevil. roud. cow with young calf. Good milker.J. .

congratulations on the birthof It is often said that weevils eat The usual services will be resumed BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN. I Heenim Williams, Starke.
a son. The man has named next Sunday at 11 a. m. \9-20-tf.
A. A. Durden, of Hampton was young nearly a filth of the corn harvestedin
visitors to twon 'Tuesday for his father.Dr. AU are welcome. A splendid was rendered
among the, Florida. This loss can be prevented program I"01t-S \L-: Fresh cow, with young
by usinig proper care in harvesting last Sunday morning in connectionwith
YEAR BOOK COMPLETEDThe : calf; holstein stock; good milker.
Captnand Mrs. S. A. Bryan were J. J. Bullen is spending the housing and l treating the corn, our State-wide work. Tho C. Lutsch, Starke. its
guests' of relatives in Lawtey Sun- week in Norman Park, Ga., with his according to specialists of the Flor- year book for the Woman's church was filled, and all who took

day. daughter, Miss Beatrice, who Is attending ida College of Agriculture. The crop Club is now ready for distribution, part did well. A good offering was FOR SALE Waketleld\ cabbage

school there. should be harvested as soon as it is and is indeed a beautifully arranged taken which will be applied to our plants. Mrs. F. B. Cady, Kingsley

Hemstitching and Dress Making. sufficiently dry, stored in air-tight I II book, giving much information relative i pledge on the seventy-live million Park, Kingsley Lake. It*
Terms strictly cash. Mrs. H. M. Sny- Mrs. F. A. Scott is spending tho j cribs and fumigated with carbon bii to tho Woman's Club of Starke campaign.Next .

der, Starke. 10-3-tf week in Deland with her son, Wil- i:I sulphide. The crop is ordinarily har- and also of the state and General Sunday the pastor will FOR RENT-Modern house with 7

bur A. Scott, who is employed in the vested by the first or the middle of Federation. preach morning and evening. Morning rooms, bath. and sleeping porch.tf.1.1I.I'artrldlte. .

Sheriff W. J. E.pperson was attending Volusia County Bank. I September. But the season of 1924 The booklet was arranged by !Mrs.J. service at 11:00: the subject of -

to business in Lawtey Fri- has been late and many crops are 11. Mitchell, Miss Florence Matthews the sermon being, "The Authority FOIl SALE Olt RENT-Five room

day. You will miss a treat if you do still being harvested. and bliss Aileen Alvarez, and and Tenderness of Jesus" The evening house, 4 acres of land, good water

not attend the concert at the Wo I Enough of the poison should be secured they are to be congratulated on their I hour of worship will be 7:30: and barns, just outside of town.F. .

Miss Eva Powell went to Cocoa man's Club, Thursday evening, Oct. in order that good result may work. The printing Is clone by the when a sermon on "Are You Converted C. 11011 i nA'swOl.th. It.

Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. T Oth. I be had. Figure one ounce of the Bradford County Telegraph and is i ?" will bo delivered
G. Carter. Bible school at 0:4n.; m. and B. FOlt :SALE: ; OH Tlt.\III'-t'or livestock -
poison for one bushel of corn. If the an attractive piece of workmanship.As ;
G. C. Cady, of Kingsley lake, was crib holds 400 bushels of corn, use each club member pays their Y. P. U. nt 0:30. a Ford! touring car, good
Concert at the Woman's Club In town Tuesday, and that running condition. 1\(. A. neither,
reports 400 ounces ((25 pounds) of the liquid yearly dues they are entitled topurchase .
next Thursday, Oct. Oth. Admission the air of Kingsley is five degrees carbon bisulphide. Many IViilhers.The Kingsley Lake Poultry Farm,
book for of
the
a year sum wife of a minister In Wont Lake Route !3. It.
,
25 and 50 cents. warmer than it is in Starke. Place shallow pans of the materialat twenty-five cents.GASOLINE. Virginia has been married three Kingsley
!
short intervals on top of tho corn; F Mt HA l.I'SroonhOIl"8 and lot!
!Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Friday in Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter, close the doors and windows and : PRICE CUT times. Her maiden name was Partridge in good repair In and out. Walnut

Lawtey at the home of her father, !Miss Mabel, spent the week-end in leave alone for several hours (abouta her first huNbiind wan namedKoliin location cash or
Roberts. Gainesville with Mrs. Edwards' Atlanta-Reduction in the retail her second Sparrow( mid Street cream
E. J.
day and night) and the work is of of 3 terms. Address... Jay S. Brown Box:
I daughter, Mrs. J. C. Adkins. price gasoline cents gallon lire-sent Quail.! There am now twuyounlt'
done. Two fumigations will be necessary in North Carolina, South Carolina, liobins, one Sparrow and, 207, Plant City, Flu. 0-19-41.
Rev. L. B. Simpson and O. W the second about two weeks
,
White motored to Gainesville Friday !Miss Hilda Struth !Mrs.' E.I.! after the first. The second is made Georgia and Florida, effective this

afternoon. Johns and her guest, Miss Lois necessary because of the hatchingof morning F. Sheppard was district announced hero by of the C. ,;;; __ _.... .- .__ __ -- .. ."I IOVERSTREET'S
Efird, of Winston-Salem, N. C., I weevils from manager
un-
young
eggs
Howard Bracken, of the University motored to Gainesville Tuesday. hatched at the time of tho first. Gulf Refining Company./ Tho new retail -
is 18
of Florida, spent the weekendhere I' For best results, shuck the corn price cents a gallon. GROCERYWE

with friends. J. M. Truby and family and J. M. before storing. This permits the TEACHER ANI) CHILDREN/ POISONED .

Alavarez and family have returned I poison to penetrate the ears of FROM 1 EATING TUN

You will miss a treat if you do home after spending several months : corn much easier and to better ad- NUTSDr. DELIVER I

not attend the concert at the Wo at their Kingsley lake cottages. I vantage. The crib should have venti-

man's Club Thursday evening, Oct lators through which foul afr may E. L. Biggs was culled to the

11th.) The missionary society of the escape after the fumigation has been camphor farm section in Clay coun- CHAS. OVERS"I REET Prop.INSURANCE.
about twelve miles of
Methodist church will meet next completed. The gas is highly Inflammable ty, east ,
Laurie Edwards, of Jacksonville, Stark Monday night to treat several -
Monday afternoon, at 3:30: at the so be careful about fire.
spent the week-end with his sister, Methodist church. Business meeting. I cases of serious illness among
!Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I Scrubs can multiply us fast as children attending what Is known im -- .. _
I purebreds-but they never get the
the Central school. From the Infor-
Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. G. M.
right I\Ilswer.-Ex.
Frank Pomeroy and Frank Baird, I mation at hand It appears that the .
Inman, Misses Mabel Weller, Beth
of Gainesville, visited friends here UIUIILANU teacher of the school, Miss Farris
Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and J. :
Sunday afternoon. : and .fourteen of the students, in
J. Truby motored to Gainesville Highland Oct 3=Ml'. and Mrs.' R. passing through a portion of the

Miss Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville Thursday. I Boggs and lion, Tucker, of Calhoun, old camphor farm, came across a

spent Sunday with her parents I I S. C., arrived Friday and will spend tung tree and, mistaking the nuts I
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Misses the winter !here. for those of the butternut troll, ate

Louise Fernandez, Adelaide Pfei i,! Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Homo of them. It is said that the entire -

Hemstitching and Dress Making. fer and Alice Fernandez, Messrs. :, Ethel Ricks were visitors to Jackson number became seriously 111 Agency Established 1886

Terms strictly cash. Mrs. II. M. Sny- : John Powell, Alvin Beck, and Tom I II ville Wednesday. I I from the effects and the physicianwas

der, Starke. 10-3-tf : Limbaugh motored to Gainesville J. F. Rickctson was a visitor to i called! Monday night. Dr. Biggs
I i Sunday afternoon. ; Waldo Friday. stated Wednesday that they were J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

Mrs. Herbert Ritch and Mrs. T. J. I Some of the traveling men from recovering.The I

Alderman motored to Gainesville Are you going to continue in your Jacksonville here this week were C. tung tree I in grown for the oil

Saturday and spent the day. former selfish attitude of "me and M. Click, A. A. Jackson, T. M. Lim- from the nuts, the. oil !being used in .
myself" in regards to your town, or baugh and Dean
-
the manufacture of paints and) varn- ,
Mr. and !Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent are you going to co-operate with Ii. C. Wimberly, Jr. made a tripto ishes. While eating the nuts from 'r- ,n_- -_ ---- -- -

Sunday in Tampa with her parents, other business men in developing Starke Friday.W. the tung tree is not consdere.l. fatal,

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. this section? Attend the meeting of M. V/lmbarly visited Lawtey the effects !HI, far from pleasant, and t

the chamber of commerce Friday Friday it Is best! to be sure of what you are

Carr Colly and Ras Brinson, of night. L>, L. Rigby left Saturday for eating before indulging. Extravagance--- j

the University of Florida, spent the Jacksonville after a visit here with
week-end here with relatives. Rev. and Mrs. II. A. Tucker are relatives. Fort Myers\ -A riding club has

expected to arrive today from Tampa Capt. J. S. McNeill! spent Sunday ben organized here by members of

Concert at the Woman's Club and will occupy the Presbyterian with relative in Starke.R. tho Headquarter Buttery of the ,; Not Efficiency I

next Thursday, Oct. 9th. Admission manse, on Cherry Street. Rev. Tucker D. Lang, L. W. Wilkinson, E. 116th Field Artillery. The club will

25; and 50 cents. has been called to take charge of Lang .end F. D. Lang were visitorsto be open to citizens an. well.

the Starke Presbyterian church and Lawtey Monday. I

County chamber of commerce will will preach next Sunday. morning Mrs. 11. C. Wimberly and Miss Hoard Orlando has -taken The steps Orlando) to institute Realty A great writer describes the r

be organized at the courthouse Fri- and evening. Winifred Wimberly were shoppingin
diy! night. Don't fail to attend. the metropolis Saturday. charging legal proceedings exorbitant against/ commissions persons {lIClent' extravagance"f t the I I Ie :

The latest in bride's silveris B. B. Williams and A. J. Swartz, .
for obtaining of houses
Col: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins! spent of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with occupants American people. But he is
William and Mary Design, here on the month-to-month basis.
Monday and Tuesday in Gainesvillewith homefolks.J. i
The action resulted. from complaints
Col. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins. and the Virginia Carver de A. Starling, of Jacksonville,
I Extravagance can never
of instances of commissions char"e.1owner"
wrong. I II
sign. Mitchell's Drug Store visited relative hero several days

E. K. Perryman has returned from carries both of these beautiful last week. cases went of property as high at which liO to in 75 many percent I I! be efficiency"--except in I
Rev. J. I_ Strickland returned ,
Brunswick Ga., where he was calledon I
well of the first month's. rent according -
patterns as as a splen- ,
Sunday from holding a week's revival makes
account of the death of his brother. the waste. And waste
to report reaching
did line of cut glass and meeting at Manning. I
Realty Board. The limit, it is stated
china. i Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Home and J.
is 20 per cent except In unusual want.
You will miss a treat if you do a Pherigo spent Saturday in Jack- I
where circumstances
cases special
not attend the concert at the Wo- Messrs. O. A. Andrea, of Starke, sonville.

man's Club, Thursday evening, Oct. Bob Parrish, of Dukes Jeff Roberts, Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, B. II. Ricks govern I But saving insures comfort,
Oth. of Lawtey and Combs, of Glen St. and II. C. Wimberly, Jr., attendedthe -No-Worms In a Heaithy ChildAu

Mary, motored to Vero last week laying of the cornerstone of the children trnubhnl with Worms have an sobealtaycotnr and comfort is the highest goal.
whlcb ladlntv. blond, and..
new Scottish Rite in Jack- puor a
Miss has attended the Primitive Temple
Adalaide Pfeifer, who and Baptist .
rite chore U moro or (lout umiNch dlttut.."""*
been visiting Mias Louise Fernandez Association in session there. While sonville Tuesday.J. i bKOVE TASTELESS chill TONIC allen trjuUrtyfor You can take care of your own
F. Ricketson left Sunday night two or three verbs. will enrich the b ...I. Improve -
has returned to her home in Gaines- there Mr. Andreu went to Miami to I I the dlKMtloo,and Ml .' a Oiwrel Si nmt h, ,
ville. see his brother, Ovid Andreu. ,, for Hawthorne where be will be rain*Tonic' to the whole' system Nature' will then comfort while you are making
located for a few days. throw off or dispel the.or..a..nd tb.<;hllrt will be
In [*f fort health Plcaianl to Uk*. toe per" nirttlaU .
)[rs. E. L. Biggs! and Mrs. J. W. Capt. and Mrs. A. S. Bryan returned BKOOKEKBrooker. money. But if you waste your

Andrews, Jr. spent Tuesday in Law last Wednesday from the

tey with their sister, Mrs. W. E. Roadmasters' Convention held in Oct. 3-Messrs II. C. 666 money, the time will come

Torode.Dr. New York, City. While not successful -,,: Gainey, W. M. Moody, J. J. Morgan,

in getting the 1925 conventionfor A. L Green spent the week-end at a prescription for Malaria, Chills when you can't have comfort.

E. W. Frazee, eye specialist Jacksonville, Capt. Bryan secured i]i Vero. and Fever, Dengue or Bilious Fever. .I
of Lake City, will be in Starke at the promise of the body to accept Alvin Wasden of Sampson, mo- It kill the gvrnu.COFFINS .
the office of Dr. Parks, Saturday, Jacksonville as the conventioncity tored here last Saturday. This bank wants to co-operate

Oct. 4th.Concert. in 1926. Before returning Mr. I 1 I Mr. Davis, of Starke, Sunday -
spent _.....cDa'""" for future
in
I and Mrs. Bryan visited several I afternoon here. with you saving

at the Woman's Club I cities, among them being Buffalo !I Miss Laura Wynn spent the week- & CASKETS

next Thursday, Oct. 9th. Admission Niagara Falls, Washington and inn at Starke with friends and relatives Awl a Fall Line .fUnJ comfort. Start a savings account -

25 and 50 cents. points of interest in Canada. .Tlakrt'. :1."Ii..
I Mrs. Gladys Walden spent the now.BANK .

Rev. A. E. Dunham, rector of St. The Florida Division United Confederate week-end at Graham.Mr. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ,
Mark's Episcopal church, has returned Veterans, will meet In Tam- Tom Dukes and children, of ".../. e* ........ Tk. beet ecr-.

home after spending his vacation pa, October 2123. Gen. L. W. Jack- Five :Mile, spent the week-end here nee at tk. lowest price. 8p.. OF STARKE i ii
ctaj tttmUou U telegraph .* I
in Syracuse, N. Y., and other son, commander of the Second Bri- with relatives and friends. EJllbal_.
northern gade, has announced the Starke Mr. and Mrs :Maurice Hazen spent eta Registered] ftJCl
places. _. Ii" The Bank of Helpful Servicer
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members of his staff to be Rev. L. W.
Tk QrtUM Tilt Don Not Miser The lead JONES i
Cold CM*. drip and Influenza KickllUr, Chaplain General; and DeWITT C. JC ,I
senor or It.l00l .1Id I....***Oa. LAXXTIVE ,
LAXATIVE: BBOMO QUININE: Tabteu remove I Lieut. Col. S. F. Morgan, assistant BROtdUpautR1NE. ..... ... .....
1M n- .. cal "BIMBO Qninto OT txmatnmn
Eo w. GROVE (...-.00 DM tax. Me. paymaster general. On x the spinio- lID le a..4. L W.G&OV, Yeasty.se boi M:; 400 "..,.,..II IIIo____..... -

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PACK BIX BRADFORt: COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 3. 1921.


l\ I I I! r.llaml-Bullding permits totaling
Tutt's Pills I
I tenuiae $1,020,025 for new construction issued WRIGLEYS

: in one day.

FARMERS and FARMING no lint do. --of.... the bmlld.M After Every Meal
.. hn....... ..lief. ......tID. Tampa-Bids to be received Sep-

__ I ...........dlr......pros i.dralsa tember 11 for construction work on ITs the longest-lasting

seawall and related im
Bayshore
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE GOOD DIGESTION confection you can buy

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND provements.Avon -and it's a help to digestion

TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. harvesting and marketing; of the Park Consolidated Land and a cleanser

crop. It was my desire to find out if MSPIRIII Company to begin immediate devel- L for the mouth

,' possible, what we might expect of opment of 4,400-acre tract in Carter r:'\and teeth.
?
Newly dug sweet potatoes must I future crops at least approximatelywhat creek valley. Wrl 1eF': mean

be handled carefully; bruises are EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY to expect. I believe that the benefit asi well*

,, places where germs of decay enter; AGENTS' REPORTS .1 crop that we produced represents Say "Bayer"Insistl Lake Butler- Lath mill being pleasure.
bruises erected here will have capacity of
,t avoid rots by avoiding pretty nearly an average of the
Okeechobee-Local citrus growers' crops planted here. Some farmers For Pain Headache 15,000 feet of lathing per day.
DESTROY COTTON PLANTS: '
CHECK WEEVIL IN 1925: association will pack and market made considerably more tobacco per Neuralgia Rheumatism Deland Work started on con-
about boxes of andoranges
I 65,000 grapefruit acre and received a better average struction of racetrack: at Volusia

The destruction of cotton stalksin this season. Fall truck crop price for the tobacco than we did. Lumbago Colds County Fair grounds.

the fall is one of the most effective is lar&e.DuvalYields. However, some did not do nearly so Accept only a t.

known methods of controllingthe of the acres in our well. One man got an average priceof i S Tampa-Gordon Kelley hospital to

boll weevil, according to !investigations. contest 30 cents for his tobacco and rais- Bayer package be enlarged at cost of $215,000 and
county prize corn-growing ,
and old foliage ed about 800 pounds to the $35,000 hospital built.
} The stalks as measured to date, run 07.9 73.5 acre. which contains proven directions new negro
furnish ideal quarters for the weevils There were some farmers who prob-
and 31.7 bushels. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets ,sarasota-New building erected to
and 'the sooner they are destroyed ably did not average more than 12 AUo bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists
house electric light and water planton
or plowed under the smaller LakeHeld two poultry-culling cents and had very little tobacco to A.plrln !I. th. trail nark of Hnj>r Mnntictur -

,, will be tha number of weevils to pass demonstrations, one with a flock of sell. These are -two extremes. /. of Monoftcttlcftoltlcatar..--sing --.of Hillcjllcucld Orange avenue. ,

safely through the winter to start 2,000 hens. Demonstrated making There were two main reasons for eight instead of four acres is St. Petersburg Ninth Street

G# more families of weevils next spring bordeaux for spraying young seed the small income of some: Some of this: By having that acreage one Bank and Trust Company enlarging

and summer. lings In nursery on school grounds the fields were subjected to a very can use two barns and pretty nearly I building at cost of 10000. Vero-Exchange packing plant be-

.. Burning is the best method, although to citrus club boys at Lake Tracy. severe sand storm just as the tobacco fill them at each picking, whereas, I ing enlarged.

the plants are lost to the Seven farmers and fathers were was growing good, too late to if he has only one barn his tobacco Fort Pierce-Subdivision of 171.2

soil as humus. Where! it Is possibleto present and took part. make the second planting with anydegree will or is likely to ripen so fast that acres on Dixie highway to be devel- I Bradentown- /Atlantic Coast Line
of This oped and placed on market. railroad awards contract for con
plow the plants under completelyand success. materially he will lose at least a barn, not hav-
at a good depth, plowing probe Seminole-Fall celery crops are reduced the stand, in fact some of for We struction of new station. r
ing proper facilities curing. Plant City-Tampa Gas Companyto '
being planted as well as other truck -
ably is a more advisable method, ac- the fields were apparently ruined. found that to be the experience here with
County's first poultry Insti- supply this city gas by extension ,. Jacksonville-Total of 60,241 car :
-', cording to specialist of the Florida crops. The second reason was that the seasons Lakeland
this year. of mains from loads of citrus fruit shipped from
held
tute was at Longwell on Sep- I
at all favorable to the
of Agriculture.Just were not
College It that this is considerablelabor
appears plant. Florida during past season. I
I
tember 18-19 and was a howling success -
be of the So much of
because there happened to production crop. to put into a crop. It is, and it
but few weevils this year is no indication : ; market bureau arranged for. the tobacco ripened at the same time isn't. There is some hard work in St. Augustine-Plans formulatingfor Panama City=Contracts; awarded

'" that there will not be a large Volusia Have been advising that it was impossible to cure it, all growing a crop of tobacco, but there construction of $600,000 bridge for construction of 100' miles of "

number next year. No farmer should growers to apply method it is believed due to lack of room in the barn. We are several hundred hours that real- over Matanzas river. highway extending along route of

depend on that but should make will retard spread and dam- I lost at least one barn of tobacco on ly is not work. Curing takes a con- sell Gulf Coast highway, and erection of

}, ,. every effort to reduce the number to age of citrus aphis in this county; this account, other farmers lost also.I siderable time, but there is nothing 000 Pensacola-County bond issue for construction to $750-of bridge across St. Andrews bay at

pass through the winter safely. method consists of cutting off the make these statements as an hard about it, except broken rest. roads. Lynn Haven.
I additional hard-surfaced
r' Where cotton plants have been destroyed infested new twigs and dipping themin explanation. The following in con- Grading takes some time, but there -Escambia
Pensacola county
I between September 28 and kerosene and then burning. This densed form is the data which I is no work to it. New Smyrna-Florida East Coast to marketin

October 15, only 3 per cent of the pest is gradually advancing along gathered from four acres: If the expense Dr. J. E. Tulington, head of the railway to start work on new repair sweet carload potato lots crop moving price $2.30

weevils Jived through the winter, according the coast having been seen four etc., for one acre is wanted agronomy department of the Uni- shops and roundhouse In local yards. average
bushel.
/ to investigations by the miles north of New Smyrna. divide the figures by four: versity of Florida, tells me that with per

Louisiana Crop Pest Commission. In Total number of man-hours required some experience we should be ableto Tampa-New waterwarks plant to Stuart-Seaboard Air Line rail

+ the case of plants that were not destroyed Dade-Prospects are for the heaviest to make, harvest, cure, etc., reduce all these figures by about be built on Hillsborough' river at approximate way buys 60,000-acre township "in .

', until after December 7, as acreage this fall of vegetablesof 1,854. 10 per cent, but doubts that an acre cost of $1,124,000. northwest corner of Palm Beach
all kinds ever grown In the coun- Cost of man-labor at 12 1-2 cents
43 cent of the pests of flue-cured tobacco be produced -
many as per can Ehren-Cudahy interests buy 500- county for farm development pro.

N lived through the winter. ty, with potatoes and tomatoes lead per hour, $231.75. here with less than 400 man- acre tract near this city for develop- ject.
ing Total horse-hours required 287.
Tabulated these figures are: hours.
hotel golf
ment of tourist resort ,
Cost of horse-labor at 12 1-2 cents ; Tampa-Dr. H. E. Opre to spend
Between Sept. 28 and Oct. 15 ______ Walton- DeFuniak Springs has links and many winter homes to be
per hour 3587. I $100,000 erecting homes on 38 river
3 per cept lived donated $5,000( worth of propertyfor Stop That Backache! erected. .
Between Oct. 15 and Oct. 27 .__n_ fair we Cash required to grow the crop front tots.
a permanent county ; '
f includes seed bed cloth, fertilizer, Pierce hotel be-
15 cent lived Fort -Sixty-room
'< per began at once to incorporate, there- OUT OF HER LINE
;' Between Nov. 1 and Nov. 25 __u__ by obtaining $1,723 from county nine cords of wood, and insecticides, Many Starke People Have Fount ing erected at cost of 75000.
t $92.20 Movie Director: "Can you swim,
the
.
22 cent lived Way.Is
per '
each year to pay premiums; we are Stuart-Local citrus growers' dear"
'. Interest on $92.20 at 6 per cent for as- my
Between Nov. 30 and Dec. 7 ______
well and to have
I lived organized expect five months $2.30. a dull, nerve-racking backache sedation organized, to be affiliated Applicant: "Certainly not. I'm ap-
l 28 cent
per this fall best fair wearing cut? Do feel older
ever. you you with Indian River sub exchange of for bathing
After Dec. 7 _____________________ Rent of four acres of land at $3, and slower than you should? Art plying a position" as a

I 43 per cent livedLET'S Hillsborough\ Fall truck crops $12.Rent you tired weak and nervous ; find it Florida Citrus Exchange. beauty, not a fish.

with of tobacco barn for one impossible to be happy or enjoy the : .
are coming along in fine shape, year, I Wildwood-Work started on 75-/ WEAK EYES
good times around ? Then there'ssomething
NOT GO "HOGWILD"By fresh vegetables already local $7.91. you
on
Expense of Marketing (includes wrong and likely it's youi of 2,500 tons. Are mAde strong by Leonardi's! EyS
{tl Spuds Johnson markets. kidneys. Why not get at the causal ton ice plant with !storage capacity Lotion. Inflammation is cured without
The of hogs going 10 per cent to demonstrator, 21-2 Use Doan's PiJIa stimulant diuretic 1. pain in one day. No other eye
,, prices are up.
Putnam-All stages of snap beans commission warehouse to the kidneys. Your I
per cent neighbor Plant City-Texas (til Company remedy so pure and healing. Keeps
They are higher than they have been i growing at Flora home, and pricesare charges, auction fee, freight and recommend Doan's. Read what this seeking local* site for construction the eyesMn working trim. It makes!
;: for about four years. And the buyers around $3.60 for 28-pound ham- Starke resident says: ,At all druggists.
strong ens.
I, drayage), $75.46. of large oil aUtributin: plant.
and packers are calling for more .... Mrs. J. D. Stnnsell. Walnut St.
.' per. Total cost: to grow and market the "I suffered -
says: with kidney trouble !
hogs. But most of us farmers are TIME TABLEIn
Tarpon Springs-Wall! :Soring to SEABOARD
crop of four acres, $457.49.Total and my back hurt constantly. I had :
finding ourselves with less animal AVERAGE COST OFRAISING receipts for 2,404 pounds to- dizzy, nervous headaches too. My kidneys be developed into ono of finest bath- ( effect May 11, 1924)

of this type than we had when the TOBACCO bacco at approximate of didn't act right either.I Doan'i ing resorts in tntira south. W. McKee SouthboundNo. -
great slump of 1920 lilt us. an average Pills relieved me." (Statement !give
Alachua Your correspondent had 17 cents109.4!). April 27, 1918.) Kelley Company to build over 1 reaches Starke at 11.88 p. ...
And it is not surprising when you
'VI interview with Prof. J. C. Brown, Net loss, $48. On March 21, 1922, Mrs. Stansell] 100 cottages adjoining; springs.St. No. 3'; 11:02: a. m.
stop and figure it all out. Back about
1916 prices were low-were getting Smith-Hughes teachur of agriculture J allowed the farmer 12 1-2 cents kidney said: complaint"I haven't since.any"symptoms of Augustine-Over 1,000,000 Ibs. No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m.

lower. Farmers disposed of most of in the high school of Alachua last per hour for his labor and a like Price 80c. at all dealers., Don't of shrimps shipped out of city during No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. rfl-
and elected to the posi- amount for the labor of his horse. for
their breeding stock. Then when the year, slime simply ask a kidney remedy 1923. NorthboundNo. -

prices began to climb during the tion for the present year. Prof. This is pretty low wage !in comparison Doan s Pills-th" same that Mrs 2 reaches Starke 5:08:: a. m
Brown came in touch, very closely to other wages but it is as Stansell had. Ffmter-Mllburn\ Co. Key West-Contracts signed end
,,- war, we didn't have enough hogs to Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. No. 4, 4:28: p. m.
with the tobacco situation in its in- much or more than the farmer can preliminary plans under way for
.
supply the demand and prices continued No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:60: a. m.
itative state in this county, and was afford to pay. I also allowed him 6 construction of 150-mile overseas
to climb. Of course the war No. 18, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
In cooperation with Mr. Wheeler tobacco I per cent for the use of his money. If FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL highway between thIs city and mainland -
made things abnormal, but we fellows Wannee BranchNo.
demonstrator for the Alachua it is worth that to one who would REVIEW I of Florida.
grabbed all the breeding stock 101 leaves Starke 7:40
ma.No.
section of Alachua county. The \\la- borrow it from the farmer it is a.
we could lay our hands on, whether Clearwater Modern: business Winter Haven Peninsular Telephone 104 arrives Stark 3:15 p. m.
chua section is the first to take extensive worth a like rate to the farmer him- I
first class or scrubs. We loaded up- building to be erected on South Gar- Company to improve local T. J. GRIFFIN,
and
hold upon this industry self. I

1 bottom push it through, and to Alachua belongs It will be seen that on this par- den avenue. System extensively. Agent
gave way. -
the credit for pioneering in ticular crop there was a minus labor -
like bunch of ------- -- -- -------
eta were looking a :
the tobacco industry in Alachua income of $48. In other words
bums the morning after the night
county, despite the claim of othersto after the farmer paid himself renton
before.
such credit his land interest on his money CARRYING ALL BEFORE IT

Everywhere you turned were fine The interview with Mr. Brown develops invested, allowed himself and horsea
brood for almost noth-
sows selling the fact that tobacco can be wage of 12 1-2 cents per hour each

ing. In fact you could hardly give raised in the Alachua section at a and paid rent on his barn he lost

'em away. I'll never forget that sea profit, atfer the Initial cost, and bya .
son. And what was somewhat out of: $48.I
larger planting under favorable charged him rent on the barn
the ordinary, Just about everythingin
? conditions.
because the barn was not considered
went down at the
farming same T. E. Cothran is president of the in any of the other calculations, and
And It this
time. always happens
? Alachua Tobacco Growers' associa- rightly so, for it would not be fair

way. tion, and will be glad to furnish any to put the whole cost of the barn on
Now, however, the market has information those who be
tl to may the one crop when the barn can be
worked up again. As usual most of interested.Mr. .
used for a number of years for the

us find ourselves without many good Brown takes the cost of same purpose or a like purpose. I

brood sows. And for the immediate growing four acres of fluecured to-
found that it cost $158.26 to erect a
market we have a few pigs and bacco as the basis of his figures and pole barn and install the furnace
l cheats. Already have farmers
we conclusions:
flues and cover it with galvanizediron.
paying good cash for hogs, spurred There has been considerable Interest I figured this kind of barn
on by the recent change for the bet-
devoted within the last year. should last twenty years, not con

ter. in flue-cured tobacco for Alachua sidering renewing of the flues. At r-

What I am afraid of is that we county and especially in the vicinity this rate the barn would cost the

f may go "hog-wild." We can't seem of the town of Alachua. There was amount charged as rent.

e. to remember to judge the future by something like 200 acres grown here -
It is my opinion that if a man
the past. Some of us get terribly enthusiastic last season. /
} can come within $48 of "breaking
s; ; and rest who don't think Mr. J. B. Lewis and I grew four
+ : even"on a tobacco crop with such 'v
+' a let that enthusiasm influence their acres near here, not only for the C'Cf 1C NI
adverse seasonal conditions as we I \
nwv actions. purpose of securing some necessary
had the past season he can make
i Getting stung is good experience data but for whatever profit there fair money in an ordinary sea I

3 for me; I've learned to learn my lesson. might be in the enterprise. We kepta son and good money in a favorable

And now I'm not deserting being very strict record of all labor and season. I believe however, that to be

a general all-round farmer todayto expense attached to the growing, safe a man should plant eight acres,

be ,a hog farmer tomorrow, just To Cough Quick if he has the labor, and if he hasn't
Stop a
'
because hogs are bringing a little the labor it will pay to hire labor to
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a
better prices.
cough medicine) which stops the cough by I plant tobacco. My reason for plant-
'' healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A SPLENDID FEELING SICKLY! PiJiVISU CHILDREN
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
That tired, halfnuck. discouraged feeling SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and Children suffering from intestinal worm
caused by a torpid liver and constipated croup ls enclosed with every bottle of are crone, restless and unhealthy. Thereare
: bowels can begotten rid of with HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve other symptoms, however. It the
surprising promptnma Inr using Herbine. should be rubbed on the chest and throat child is pale, baa dark rings under the
You feel its beneficial effect with the first of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. eyes, bad breath and takes no interest in f alb
k dose as its purifying and regulating effect it almost w :
; play, u a certainty that worm ?
n.IJ..oIlD. effect of JUrw' Healing Hooy told
v, in thorough and complete. It not only .the throat combined with the lJin effect of are eating away ita vitabty. The surest coat}, Zoat
drive out bile and impurities but it im- Gm..O-Peo-Tat. Sal:lv. through U>. poss o* remedy for worms u White's Cream Vermi h ,
parts a splendid feeling of exhilaration, he.k.In ooo atopa cauaa.Uoth fuge. It U positive destruction to the t's4 cAL2a
In and UM
!
rem.dks.rs peeked oa etftoa
strength, run, and buoyancy of spirits. oast 01 Ole oomWn.e Ue.tm.as U Me. worms but harmless to the child- Price

Price 600. Sold by Just ask druggist for HAYES We. Sold by f+tlSR1f D .
ALL DRUGSTORES!: HEALING HONEY. All Drag Store ,

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1924. BRADFORD COUNTY TBLBCRAPH. STARKH. FLORIDA

PAnR IIIltVWW.


SUCCESS IN RETAILINGEven I ty buildings, billboards, or other unattractive tion in other parts of the country d3nt =::
occurred on the Wauchula Avon shall b* submitted' to th* .1_,. of th.
features often drive peo. concerning! the drainage project and I at the i.n.ral .iMtlon to b* held Stats
and shadows have on the tint
sunlight pie to the other side of the street. the character of the lands. He is anxious I[This WeekI I Park road near the Petteway Turpentine Tuesday afUr. the orat Monday In No.ombor. .
heir Influence on buyers and must A.tp., 1924. for ratlfloatlon or rojntlo to.
Most women avoid smoke noise bad therefore, that the governorsof Construction Company, as | :

0 considered in selecting a location odors, or dust. and if one side of the the various states shall have an operator of still, Nipper had Just on Section the Ineom 11. No of tax upon InhoHuna* or up.
raldonU .
..
for certain kinds of retail establish- or .ltI. of thla
street is more pleasant in any of opportunity to see the territory em- distributed a load of asphalt and S.at, shall .bo levied by the Bui ot FlOrida:
Inents, according to the Domestic I following I .r under It. authority and tb.ro .hall .bo
Division of the these particulars, it will be preferredby bodied in the "project. I the usual custom was I I .mpt from ....tlon to the head of a family ax-
ommerce Depart- pedestrians. Consequently placesnear blowing out the remaining asphalt I '-I din. |I. thl. S..... houaohold sooda and
fiient of Commerce in "Retail Store FAST PASSENGER CARGO by 'I personal ettmta 10 the ..1... of Sire H.nd"
old successful stores may be of means of the compressed air. In' (fGOO.UOI) DoU....
location," the second .pamphlet of aeries STEAMERS ABROAD PROPOSED
some the '
great value. Superstition also comesIn way asphalt became ignited -
:
| under preparation to help the A JOINT RESOLUTION Prt>po.ln. a.
and
flames
for locations noted for a numberof shot twenty feet into AmFndin.nl
retailer his Jacksonville\ Sept. 18-Plans fora $ to Artlol VITI of the Coutltn.
American overcome
failures become known as "hoo- the air around the distributor, Nipper lion of the State of Florida, relatIve to Cltloa
.
ore difficult business problems. proposed line of fast passenger I .n l Countie_
jumped from
doed. the a. It _
rear platformof I.ed bp lhe Le.lal.lure 01
store location is of thenoel Arthur BV! IMUM the Stats
Proper one Analysis of the passing traffic cargo refrigerator steamers from the distributor and as he landedon nf F'ortda' ,
That
vital problems of and the Xollow1n. mndm.nt to A rtt...
; retailing with regard to types of goods pur- Florida European ports, to be the ground he fell full length Into VIII ". tim... P0 ." tu"" of *". state of "...-
its solution depends in a large TEN MEN AND A THOUSAND the n.. relative. to cIties and sounti.
upon veyed is essential. The actual volumeof flaming asphalt. lie jumped to ..... to be narak
of established in the near future, will I "" i"" 1I"n.' of "M Article' VIII'b. and the
the the the
part success venture traffic may be analyzed by the ONE OAK. $4.000 his feet and ran to the side of the .m. .. beret" agreed to and shall be ...b..l..
{Domestic Commerce Division says: be outlined at 12.30 o'clock today at road. but before his t.d to the ,|Mt4>r* of the State at the .........
hours of the day. Large crowds of W. L DOUGLAS BUILDER burning clothes .1..lh'n to .b. held on the Brat Tnea .. .- .
A good location is frequently a a special luncheon to be given by the the Cyst
working people hurrying to and could be removed by the other employees I Monday In Nov.eb.r A. D.. I'''. to.
HEMPSET AND
DEFENSE DAY 1I1I..tlon
best asset while loca- or njntlon. to-wltt
store's a
poor from factories at times of openingand foreign and coastwise trade committee he was badly burned. Bortlon' 9. Th. l: ,l.latur. shall ti.v. power

[tion may be the cause of failure even Closing; are not good customersfor at the chamoer of commerce.U. Dr. A. A. Poucher, WR'S called and I m.nt tofotabllah.ahana-..itondlnaterritorially: abollah' a (out so,,,..
throughout
when sound merchandising policies some types of goods. The hoursat S. Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, Very good news for the United he gave all possible aid until the I\\.1 County In th. pla,. of all ....nl". dla.The
fare practiced.The States is this: ambulance I lIIu..LeI..1 and 1..1 _awn... boarb.
from
which traffic is heaviest are Important Lakeland conveyedhim bodies and ottl......
of the will be hon- The eotutltutloBal or Hata-
President
loss to society of the wasted proponent project, U considering the to the hospital in that tory. 1..1.. "... *i.utlv* or JvdUlaL ....
the city.
(effort and capital of the many men as indicating purpose on or guest and principal speaker. Geo relative value of battleships sad where he hall proMtrlh' the Jartadl.tlon.. po..,.. d..t...
which it is bent. Women are more alrplanr.. died shortly after his arri- and function, of push .oi.rnmont, Ita te.-l.la-
I who fall in the retail business is a II. Baldwin president of the cham- val.) the .......U.. and JudIcial dopsrtBionta
Those that sell lie leaves wife and
important to department stores and battleship at a and one child.A Ita .........., bodies and official.
I real economic problem and is worthy men to cigar stores. ber of commerce, will presJde.All forty million dollars apieee will tell t.rritory insluled In Push *....;..to..m.nt divide' Into the

I of much research for preventive Florida will be represented at the President that the country can't tight yib: and the use of carbon uhordlnat. dUtxtcta. and topNMrtbo B mat
Drowsy and inefficient clerks are survive without plenty of battle! and rra.on.bl. ."_ of ....ttoo for inch.
I measures. It is believed that the se- the meeting acceptances having bisulphide as a fumigant will kill ov.rnm.nt and dtatrlcta. ; ....lInll and future

turing of the proper location for the the usual result of poorly ventilated been received from as far south as .' PS. those corn weevils which are said to .bonded Indrbtodnea.. shall b* and remain definitely -
Manufactures of haom cab. In .. and taxable liability bom.
[ store is one measure that will obviate buildings, the pamphlet says in a the chamber of commerce in Key would also a uttle while eat a fifth of Florida's corn crop stead In a rural area shall not .b* limited a a.
I
paragraph devoted to store buildings harJg I If In a .It" or town ; but no letl.l.tlnn .
many of the casualties. The West. The fruit growers' exchange .#' that oowldat be a every yenr. I thla lection shall. be *fT*>tl.. until a maJ.nd.<>rI.

chain stores have led in this respect, 'I and construction. In another paragraph i(I leading citrus marketing organization : real BOOMS*. I ly nfth. .lector. In th. Bounty who .hall
entitled "relation to consum- MASTeRS SALK I 'ota thereon. at an .'...lIon for the eurO,.,
and their achievements that show in Florida, will be represented. Before the tVeeUent I and who are qualified to y.... for ......""... of
practicability of the application ers' buying habits". the pamphlet Advantage of the line accordingto builds another ",..b' nntlc la vlv.n that under and by I the lc.Ul.tur. shall vot* In favor of auch
the battleship: let htm ask the xlrture of thnt eorlaln flnul dicriNof f,.r..- <. l.al.latlon.
I I
I of the factor in store location to actual asserts that it is a well-recognized the invitations sent out by Mr. builder this o netkmtgnaraatee .1...",... m...... hy the Juilxo of the Uth.
methods that .. Judicial. Circuit actlnir for and Inmvad of 0JOINT RESOLUTION!:
in
principle marketing Proposing
endeavor. will be W to build that .. an
business Baldwin superior transpor- lr97t7 "1,, A. V. Limit. Judiio of the Klilhtti Amendment u> Artlcl 19, Section I?. of
Sunlight is both good and bad, the all sound merchandising policies I!itation I facilities for the marketing of: jftIQ14ir3 nd Judicial. Clrcult.dliiqunllilnl. j In. Chancery >lt- tho Con.tltutlon of th. Htat. Florida,
ting In tlio Circuit Court, n....,,.... ; .otp
should start with consideration of1 I II thai ten Count.. Relating to the iMuanc of .. Special
Division points out in summarizing a citrus fruits celery and other commodities Eoora after being attacked by Florida. on the (th. day of Srpt. A. I). '11)14 Tax School niatrlpta antI, the !..." nf B Tax
the consumer. I II one In favor of Tho Kunlral Land llanlt of Co.lumhla. to r..... a Slnklnic Fund for tha
some of the many factors having I| abroad; and stimulation of hundred thoanauiJ dollars' worth of a ."."...r.lI..n. ... complainant, aol of tho Principal and Intern Paym.nl on.

bearing on the selection of a proper I The pamphlet known as Trade In- travel from Europe to Florida durIng fighting airehlpeT against C. R Hupp rt al. .. ""-','n.l..nloo. Bo It ReaotviHl by the LeaUlatur. of the But*
I II *I Inn undKnlnnrd. an ",...1..1 Maiitor will of Florida' I
business site. There is nearly alwaysa formation Bulletin No. 269 "Retail the winter season. oltor for i.lo In front of tho Court hue That tho following amendment ot flection

favored side of the street. Women Store Location" may be obtained upon I I It Is understood that Senator Fletch. U the PreeidiMt discovers, as he door. In Blurlcr.. Florida during the I Imal 17 of Article 12: of the Conatltutlon of th.Rtat
1 I of'' will that a hundred thousand: dol- hour of ,,1. Monday, tho :lrd. day. of Nov. of Florida a. ratified at th. Oon.ral Klratlonof
do most of their shoppiing in the request to the Department er, who has thoroughly studiedthe lan' worth of airshlpe manned by A. I). IttiM. to the hluhnt and lost bidder Ri-preoentatlvra' held' In the year of 1912 b*
hottest of the day and Commerce in Washington or upon *' of of Flor- for caHh l th* following tl.Mirihi. d I.riwrty and the ..m. la hereby agreed to and shall b*
part are naturally marketing
question destroy
$.A i BMn.eaa any forty-mil- altuaUnl In llradford' County. Mot-Ida. ta- milimltled to the electon of the II...... at the
inclined to seek the shady I application to any of the Depart- ) ida products will discuss discrimination ;Joa douar battleehlp with zoyetl4p wit : novt Cen.ral Election of Ropreaentattvea to

side. THe heat light, and bright ment's offices in various cities. It''Ii against Florida in ocean a thooMnd men oc board, he Fn Kant-half.t quarti-r.of mid North-Mint Nnrth-Wmt.....rl..r qiiarti-r of Hnuth-of .bo .held. In. That the year...1.1 1924._for lion ratification 17 shall be nrrejection.

glare affect and even ruin some displays : j i was prepared under the direction of i ii freight rates favoring north Atlantic wIll i decide not-to build bmHUsilpt .NorthKam:....I-h.I' of uunrti-r'Hmith-W of HiiuthKaiit,,"..r..r iiiarti-r of Northhaul and. amendml .o I 17.. The to read Levlnlatur.aa follow.Rcctlon :

although in certain trades the i Lawrence A. Hansen, formerly with : ports along the line of discrimination Governor Pinehot! has signed the : quarter of Routh-Kiu.1 .,,,.."",r. Hi-
sunny side may be preferred. An the Boston Retail Trade Board and'' against the Middle-west in its death warrant ol A yvong eoloredwomaui 21.Houth-Wnit South-half uunrtor.) of Ni North-Wmt>rth-w..t 111I"rlo'r nuartiiiof of I fi within>r the any exylaiv.inch im-lal.tie of tax uuhllo.chool free ril.trlct..rhool.

analysis of sales may show that the later managing/ director of the Massachusetts efforts to use Gulf ports for foreign who killed e colored poaoe- North-Wont, quarter of "'"llh-W..t qu rt.T. whenever. a majority of the Qualified elector*

business in is Retail Merchants Associ- m&n and pleaded seLf deI__ She and" Hoiith.Wnt quartvr of Houth-Wnt uuar.87r"n I thereof who are freeholder shall vot. In
largest some goods shipments. will 'r. 22 : N..rth-Ka.t. qunru-r of I favor of the uuuanc* of aueh bon.,". but no
directly be the flret iromM .oi *tited ia ... qurU-r of North-Wmt bi nd. ho ... .. .
ation. The data shall
done in the winter months, during were gathered irt..r I > her .under which shallate.wl
the !tate of Pennsyiv fUa In thirty Nix-lion :37 : All In Town.htp n, Houth of toKCth.r with th. ..I.tln" IndehLd-.
which time the traffic may follow the I from prominent retailers all five yea", '. Governor Pinohoi signed In Ran llradfonl". 22 Kut.... of th. TallahaMw Mi.rl.llnn n... of tueh ..-1..1 tax achool dLtrlrt tfo p.r
The is the representing the he ( .nl'. Florida and nintalnlnic I cent of the asameml valuo of the laialdo
sunlight. rent usually over country, the death warrant when warn in 1IB acrva. more or \\n.. of prop.
I rty such dl.trlpt .
acconllnit to the
er on the sunny side. co-ordinated opinions of the most I the hoepttaj. Wbea be oontes pit K. A. ORFF.M.' for St.t. and County purpnea lust prior aa.P.snwnt

In considering a cheap-I progressive retail agencies and presenting -' Sick entirely recovered It may ooeor te E M. JOHNS 8"* I .1 herounder ahall
him that potting a negreM $o death 1I..1I.II..r .m. nay.hi. within
for
number and class of wage an approach to the solution Instead of locking Ker ap ia emailbustneee 10.8-at-llI-1I r..mpl..I..nl. I thirty year from the rial of .. In annual

and permanency of the industries of a vital problem according to A.j j I Headache for a great ts5elb. mor ln.tallm.nte then three years which after: shall. th.Commence dat* of I I..not..*.

should be analyzed. Some industriesare I IT. Onthank Chief. of the Domestic'j jaeatii* Ii $o* 'boel eheIs I J. L. FRAZBR Fach annual lnatallm.nl shall .ba not 1 IOM
than three per cent ot th. total amount of
intermittent, creating during I Commerce Division.GOVERNORS "{ have used BlKk-Dranrtt 4igerv Vttb5 It "Does PennIvanfa -- the I...... Whenever any aueh .....1.1 tax

boom times a false impression of I when needed for the past 25 deserve i iXh disgrace" ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT school district baa votod In favor of th. .I..
... .
CONFERIN .n. of inch. .bonda B apodal' tai for the
continued prosperity. The male dom. years, says .Mrs. EmmaGrimes LAWPOSTOFFICE payment of the Intorent on said bond. and the
-n n- --i" > ""''!1.- nuotitlonnr' \
JACKSONVILLE ON of Forbes, Mo. "I principal.. thereof a. the same .hall becom
inates some cities such at Bridge- NOVEMBER 17-18 began taking it for a bad cue "-".ireprIce BUILDING klu* and payable' shell I ho levied, on the tai.hlaproperty

port, Hartford Worcester, and Ak- of constipation. I would get I Is $25: for $100 worth of bogus 8TARKB FLA. .....n.. In within....o..l..n.the .dUtrlet with law votln providing.* .for. theIr for

ron, while other communities are Will Probably Take Trip Throughthe constipated and feel Just miserable bills. Ibv market U tabilU: xl by tho levy of I.... and .,..h tax shall nut b*

predominantly feminine such asItaverhill -sluggish, tired a bad the demand for such money used NOTICBNolle. applied to any .rn''ii.: other than the payment .
Led Governor ,
Everglades by taste In my mouth and by bootlegger in buying !liquor .U h.roby .lv.n that th. following of the anil InUreat of said

Lynn, Lowell and Fall Hardee-Interesting soon my head would begin from the rum fleet lent by out alon dra.rlbml' |an<.te will h* aold., at publla at,.. I bon. ..

River. Session is Planned. hurting and I would have a British brothers.The UU. *t"T b.irni' the MONDAY Sib day of In said OCTOIIEIL A JOINT RPROr.tiTi: r".ln... an am.n.l-
and size sick headache. I don't "b.tors month. m.nt of BVatlnn H nf Artists 1 of the Constitution
Compitition the number "" severe managers of the boou. '
of present stores, their financial Tallahassee spt. 19-The pro i know just who started me to good bootleggers but not familiar much Bradford thoroof county aa will 8...bo. of. Florida. or ao to Vfisiia of and the Apporttonmont 8tat of FlorIda Hvlatln

strength character of stock and gram of business that will come be- I with American money, and many amount duo for taji. ...t noc oppo.lt u.ry to th.pay.am.th., n* It Ftrsnlwd. by th* te"I.I..lura I of the flUt

of the fore the governors confernce, to be takingThedford's it teems, have bUIlD taking ba service offered are some for hi.key-whlch C. A. FUTCII T.. Colloetor. That the .lInwln" amonilmant o| Suction
questions which should be examinedin held at Jacksonville November 17' money worse lot 5 at HIlt S. Llvlninton, Truby 4 ...'. :.1 of Article' 7 of the Const I tut Urn of the fltat
fair .
seems enough. ,
Klorltla latlnii to Census nml
Apportionm
add S. 28. Twp. a, Hanvo VI___ -
considering the market or trade and 18, will largely have to do with I I M"""> .-- _. .._. -------_-.______II.__.11.17 O. I 'ilh b*1 and the sam Is, hnhy siirfwd to
am) h, submitted to the *ls tnni of the
of conservation New
territory. It need not be thought, the consideration A Presbyterian church in NOTkThT.'II7N' i 11..,.. .., Florida for approval or rfj,.tlnn at

however that because competitorsshow measures water power forests, fish I BLACK-DRAUQHT Jersey spent 44,000 in one year the next O nral Ktwtlon of Il pr...cntiflv*
taking care of a huge oak 4UO To th. flhoriff of Bradford Ui hi* hi-1-I the flrat T.,......." after th* Hr**
and the conservation of County of the
apathy and small sales that and game I' old. The oak may bo worth Htato of Florida 'Monday, In Nnvombur.. A l>. 1024 : that I.
years i
It has natural resources. This was Indica- Ho It Known. That to ...,. that Suction 1 of Article 7 of theCnnstilttItn
there are no potential sales. It. But that Hum would have I. II. Clay Crawford I of the State of Florida. hatl b*

been found frequently when a new ted today by Governor Cary A. Har r ut it did the work. It Just planted several thousand new trees do Roeratarv h.roby of tilv.Hlalo....II.of. that tho "a'.te of florida. amended to ril as fullow:

thrifty merchant -enters the retail dee, member of the executive com- seemed to cleanse the liver. along New Jersey roads. Or, if GENERAL ELeCTION I I S..lIon'. Th tnlslatiir that shall mrat
I In wiils.r Ncvslnn A, I> IW2, and
Will ho h.M. In .h..o thatshall
don't resent in rt-li-! llradfonl County Htato of
drugging
with .Governor Hyde of Missouri I Very soon I felt like new. you
field that not only his business is mittee, Florida. on Tumilay n. t .ucoamllnir. th. meet every ton yram hraPtrr.. ihall
When I found Blnck-Draujrht gion, it would have dune a good deul flrat Monday. In stitorlion tht> ltprnntatlon In the 5-nate.
and Governor Cox of Massa- N.v.-mb.r" A. U. H14. the
successful, but also that the business BO easy to take and eaey- to help some of those "little ones' .aid TiiMilay 'liolnv the and ahall provider' for 'Ihlrty-vluht (UMI !400.naiiHal .
chusetts which handles the programand ( 'limtrlnlii. surh. DlstrtoU" to b* .. n.-arlyi
rolJHTII
,
of his competitors increases. acting! I begun to use it In that are supposed. to be more 1m- DAY DP NOVKMHRR

Some stores opened on street car other affairs of the confernce.Full Q time and would not have sick portant than many oak*. For For 8l ono> Id prvaintatlvo) l-rraldnntlal of KlM-tora'the Hoeond fnnn county final. In shall,population, Im .iiuiit.i KM. .In praaticaiI maklnir. .."hut.It .no,-

lines thrive while others do not. details of the program will headnche"!!' I > .a.lonal. IIMtrlrt, of tho HlaU of Flurlila-, pitrtlonm, and earl, District shall have owatHi
Constipation causes the Above the bane at Quantico, Va. I In the Hiity.ninth Convrni. of the United. >nntor. and, at the lam tint. the l..iffsl*>
Street cars coming from one district be announced later, it was indicated. I re-absorb anIon 81...... t lur shnll also atItrt| itfl th, l prriinfatlon
system to poisons flying machine are practicing, In the Ifuuaw of K.*|)rw.ntfttlvs, and shall aU
following the conference For riov.rnor of tho Rtato of ..Iorl....
will bring a different class of trade Immediately that may cause great pain the ground our honest U. S. For Rrcn-tary of Blato of the State of Florid. low three (Ii) Rprmnlatlv>. to aeh of the

from that brought by cars coming the governors and their wives 'I and much danger to youi Marine, in deep amazement, "ob For Atlorn.,. (:i.noral of tha Btato of Florida. flv. mimt. populous eountli.. and tw.2'
will leave Jacksonville on a trip heal th. Take Thedford's served that a flock of buzzards, For Comptroller of the Btato of Florida. K *I>if t>nlarlvM' to irarh of th* nut lnhtn
from another district. Customers
populous .nunti.e. and
I For Trra....... of the ",,,,. of Plorkla.For more one !Utirrsrntatlvn >
the Everglades. They will Black-Draught. It will stimulate after watching the aviators, Imitated fi. mvh of the inalnlnir, counties of
with automobiles to through Hup.rintendint of fublla InstructIon '
may prefer K j the liver and help to all their flying trick. in the the Stat of. Florida. o U,* Hint at tltt,. limn of such apprtitlonm
to side streets to avoid the trAffic ,! visit Tampa and conclude the tripat drive out the poisons. air" For Commlniilonir' of Avrlaultur. ot the Hhmild' th. iilslnurt.. fall 't) ttppurilon. the

and find parking space. Frequency of Miami. Sold by all dealers. Costs You remember the gentleman tUI.Tw,of, Juatlv Florida.For .of the of ltpnw 1I..pr..I..II..ntatlon In the. at HnaL any. ifiilar and. In .the..nlon house nf

service and the fare of either streetcars I Governor Hardee is greatly Inter- t only one cent a dosa. with his house on fire who gathered the HI.'. of Florid.* Supreme Court o' th. I.trlslntur at any of th. tlmva h.rln d I..

Everglades and he feels K-104 in his arms all\ the furniture For Two llallroad Cummlailon.n" of the Btatoof signaled. It shall be the duty of the f...iflslatun .
ested in the ,
bus lines have their effect. .. ,
or ----------- Florida. > or I..wielattr.' suo ** much misconcep- =-=====- ho could carry Anally picking up of the l rvllatur either In >.*alal or
Old tumble down structures that there has been For Slat. H.nalor, for tilth SenatorIal DI.trl.tof st
emp- .
.. .
the baby with his teeth fuaten d in tho Htato of Florida. rritutar Inn. 10 aiMwirtlim thw Kf>menta

.. .. the little dress. For two Mirniheni" of the Ho..* of R,pr....nlatlvo. lion In the Rtrnat and In the Hotis of ltpn .
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____ An he lifted the baby he saw a of the. Htato. of Florida.For si-nfatlvM regular Pfiliral as herein.r rwtilar provlrltxl. Stat*The......preat'.iine. which|

: tI' h- PAt1 : "'CQC cat walking across the tloor holdIng Count Hh.rlH* Judtfo.For .vr shall h.... been I..k.n ncarmt unv uppurtlonmwnt .
and said of Rprr..niatlv FOLKS "TH'UTTLC a kitten in her mouth For Clerk of Clnult Court.For .
r co.iswv5'5cNQgs .
"Look at tho wonderful Imitation of County A...wor of T.... and. In lb. Itous, of lUpnwntntlvM shall eontr
l In .
each
WliA5EL. mitkinu any iii|ortlonni rt In the
For Tan ("II'or.
that cat." .nt th ulfllntiire.
v shall fall torvapportionth
:]IN OUR POP I'M Go'N- V For. County. Buporlntondvnt of Publlo In.truetlon. riprrHintatlfin In .h. I.'ulatatttr.' as required

II'5 4 AM. 5 .4EAIc 11.4 W. L. Douglas l died in Boston For County Bunroyor. by this amndmnt. the flovsrnor shall'
(within
thirty days after the adjournment of
$4.4 WIU.. f1iRM HIM A last week. Ills name will be remembered For Flvo County CummlMlon.ro.For thH reicular I s,'*slnn>, tail the Lviftnlatur tokTMther -
Three 1II"'b. of tho County Dnartl ol' :
TOWN k KILL. P-4 '.'C1'5 WAT GooD 5CAP s among the builders of PublIc Inatructlon.For In *,trfirdlnary. svaslon I tit eotuiilrr: th*
'jtiatltn f .p"nrllnnm.nt and .
h
those that su *straordinary -
great Industry among JuMtleo of the P.aco In and for the following .
lDo .. ,
s* al n of the (.sttlslatur.* U her
helped to free humanity from slavery Juatleo Dbtrlflt. via: by mandatorlly required to reapponion' the
sr by making machines do the Dbtrint" No. 1 representation a. rtulred by the amendment
mood' MO 'PRCI&LOIII work of human hands. Dlatrbit )t. tDUtrict .be for* It. a'ljournment .0,1 siirh. extraordinary .
No. 1. session .ralled. for .... > ,..rtlonm.n'.h.iI
"
f lIe began life driving pegs. in For Conatahl. In and for the following 1..1I. not b* limited to explr at( the end of
-9 shoes for his uncle. lie lived to leo Dlatrlctl. till twenty .y. or at all. until reappirtlnnment

make machine do the work of IM.trlct No. I.. la effeetetl, and shall. consider. no huslnst' other
THitrlct No. t.Dlatrlet
thousands of human beings and, No. T. than such respportlonment).

1 distributed American-made shoes In TMtlmony Wh.....'. I ha.. h.r.untn A JOINT REBOMJTION1 Proposlnir an
I throughout the world. art my hand and ."1.." tho Or.at Sral ol Amimdment' t.. flection I of Artl1!. B of the
lJy the BtaU of Florida at Tallahauo. the .... Constitution of the State of florid. Re-
.4 : ". hal'* thl. the twonty..lxth day of Auvtiat. A. latlnir to Taxation and Finance
\
Those that con lJer Preparedness I'. mi. II. CLAY CRAWFOKD B. It R w>U4 by the Lblatur* of the Stats
EdwardAt11'OCAS'nR : N to /Roall, S..eiwtary of ",.,.. or FloridaThat
and Defense Day a menace peace -
Ti W. J. BPPFnSON.: : Bhorlff Bradford
> the following amendment of BetIon
1cC please notice this: County. Htarko. Fla. 5.2t..ltit.lt.51 I of Article v. of the Tunstltutlon of the Stst
Hi Jack Dempn is prepared. If of Florida' relating, to taxation and ftnana*.
\ you doubt it pull] his nose. As hI NOTICE OF ELECTION Ie hereby aifred to and shall submitted to th*

I I"I' --_ through! thick crowds everybody WHERRAA.; The vhlaiur.I .., 1B1.1 ,,nl., electors, of the ... fur adoption nr rejection,
goes Ih. Oinatltutlon.of IHHS. of the Rtato of Florda. at th* next ..neraI vleatlon nf Rpresnt
__ : knows him everybody Is did pau n.. Joint Rmol'ltlon. prdp na- tlve, to b* .held, in the year 1W2 that .ia to
.- POLITE. Nobody slaps him or insult In.. amondmonta. to the Constitution of the say that Metrtlon I. Article' P. of the Constitution .
\ 600 _o \ -Ii. P'AQrot him and he does not hit or II.... of Florida and the ..m. w.r. aoro4 of the Slat of "'..r""' .. b* amended to
o_ LavA UNCLE. to by a you of throo-Afth. of all the m.mboni" read aa follows :
,oooo MIKE WHO POPS: insult anybody. HE'S: PREPARED slanted to ....h .house that the vofeo on said nWtion. 1 Th. l.a.laIatur. shall pmvld. for
I AM 1'H' ': ?: I WHY I and people let him alone. lie lets Joint faooltitlona were .n....... upon their ... a uniform and ential rat of taxation. .xe.pt
00 rw DE.VIL them alone unless they get in the .noctlv* Jonrn..... with the ,... and ...,. that It may i.>n.vid;. t r special I rat or rate
PEN horoon. and they did d.torntino and dImeS on Intanylbt property, bat such .pee'.1 I rat
4 ring with him. hat the said Joint _Iullon. bo .uhmltud ,,r rat** shall not ..._ firs ..,II. on th. dot-
As It is with individuals, so with to the .1...",.,. of th. Hiato at Ih. O.n.ral Par of the ....*e*l valuation of such Intanirbl -
QRWrrs and people let him alone unless they lotlon; In Nowmh 1024 property wtiluh special rat or rates. or
NOW. THEREKORF. I.II. CLAY CRAW- I the Lance eollected therefrom may he apportioned .
nation. When they prepared
are ,
"' ,ORI). BMivtary of BtaU of the State of by th* Legislature and shall b* *>.
i i 'e |i.'.ci'. Florida, do h..-... .l.. nolle that a .'"lulv nf all other Htt. ..u..... district and
-. GENERAL ELECTION municipal' tax. : and shall pre*.rib.. such mruatlon -
f L\\ ..r&i WORKER AT WAUCHULA win bo held In .a...h Count In Florida on a* ahall secure a Just violation of all
; 'uaday neat .ueevoHlna1 tho flrat Monday In property. both real and personal except!n.
4 IS BURNED TO DEATH _....."". A. D. 1(44 the saId TuMday be- ueh propeHy a* majxbe exempted by law for
lot the ,municipal education literary. MlentlAc. rc-
FOURTh DAY 0, NOVEMBER fifloii' or charitable purposes
PAuL. HAD R. J. NIpper Asphalt Operator Succumb for the rallrlcatlon or rojoetlon of tho laidfnnt Th. vote* esst In compllanc with said pro
rr MHIND. IfeaoluUona propoafna' amondmonta to the pos4 amendments) and the canvas.. deelaraion .
LUKE at Lakeland. Conatltutlon af the But of Florida via- and returns thereof shall b* subjected,
HAD A JOINT RESOLUTION Propo.lno anAmondrnont 10 the sam reinlations and restrictions a.
IT 8EJOR8. Wauchula, Sept. 19-R. J. Nipper, ta Artl.l IX of the oonitlta- are provided by I.. for general lction',* In
EDDltt NeVEg tlon of the Ruu of Florida. Rolatly to Taxation the Suit nf Florida
HAD IT- employed by Jhe McDonald Construction and ,.In...... IN TESTIMONY: : WHERROF. I have he...
I Bo It R..oN. .d by th* Loslalatur.! of th* Btato tint"> set my hand and affixed the breat Heal
f the Slate of Florida at Tallahassee to*
Company, as operator of I Ian of Florida'That u
.. th twenty-fifth day of Jol,. A.
the followln m.ndmont to Arll.l.I r ,,11.1. this
asphalt distrbutlng machine, was I, ...o' tho ConstitutIon of th. Buu of Florida D.. IM4"H.
.__ fatally burned by burlning asphalt relative ta Taxation and .'I..n... to be CLAT cn,\wroRo.SMrvtetry. .
._ wSSleX,6 nimhond fUotlon Flovon fit of paid Artlclo ..ltZAI.1 f. UU.
at 8 o'clock this morning. The acci I IX. be and the sat la hereby acrvad to and .........1$011I










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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 192. 1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

i PAGE EIGHT


Bradford County Telegraph I urday.dren attended services at Rock Sat .- .


_. ----_-.-- -_ Mr. and Mn. J. W. Lewis and Bradford High 1
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children attended the funeral of Mrs. A
Published weekly and entered aa I Lewis' sister-in-law. Mrs. Willie

second class matter at the post Raiford Sunday. I
Johns at

., office at_Starke. Florida_ I Little Annie Warren has returned V 'NAVS School Journal 1

._
home here with her grandparentsafter 7 h14DC .
.. R. MATTHEWS____________Ow..r. spending a week at G. les. I
.. I MM AStSit
MIDDLETON
i. C. .OBIoi80NM. wile with her father, F. H. Warren. \i y1 FRANK CARPENTERcaiwe GERALD I
I Sport Editor

.' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY GEORGIA BOARD HEARS wrswI v aem II ROSA LtvrrONXditar EUGENE MATTHEWS I
{ Editor
Joke
SEABOARD TRAIN PLEA I .uo.1 ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATE II I NOT rememberA
HE COULD
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 26.-The Georgia AN ATTIC TALE
PRINCIPALAll
I Per Year ._ ____ ___n____ $1.60 Public Service Commission spent I FROM THE THING ABOUT the test
I I One day as I was rummaging AND WENT to the proto

Six Months ___ _ __ ___u___ 75c the entire day yesterday hearing AirLine'Railway pe- I I students will of Bradford their County report among the conglomeration of articles TO SEE IF he could get
titions by the Seaboard High School get
in the attic of my great-grand ANY HELP the prof. said
which will con-
for revision of passenger cards next Monday,
I The father's old home. I discovered anobject WHY DO YOU NOT know this
train schedules and for the elimination j tain the grades for September.
thoroughly aroused my THE said heKNEW
which AND boy
each
I week after
of several trains. following Monday
The railroad asked for the elimination month will be the day on which all curosity. It was an old trunk Inse- IT BUT could not
fastened with an old rusty REMEMBER IT and the prof.
of trains IS. 19. 20, 21, be- pupils wil! get reports throughoutthe curely '
trouble I managedto WHERE he was
\ lock. Wiith some TOLD HIM
and Columbia,
Savannah. Ga.,
tween year.
drag it over near the window WRONG AND THE boy madeA
C proposing to replace these that all students and
,
:> It is hoped close-
where I could examine it more HUNDRED and all
trains running daily between carefully the
by will note
train
I parents ;ly. The lock proved very unstable THE REST of the class
S. C. and Savannah, inorder
Fairfax: grades made on each subject
I ; giving way at my first blow. Lifting MADE NOTHING. The boy famteii.
(.a., and between Fairfax and Co that improvement may be made next
floor to ex-
down on the
CORRECTTo the lid I sat
N., 494Meu.oersh.lp !lumbia.! I month. The student who improves 'I amine the contents.In fling School Moral: You won't

Highway The road would also if allowed every month will succeed not onlyin skid if you stay in a rut.
in National the uniform of my great-
( discontinue trains 23 and 24. between ; be correct in Dress does his school work but in every line I it was the Revolutionary ] -
Association) used in
grandfather, bat'kBohood
that come
Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville, of work. Too as students improve Things never
. !f!!; ) the War. But the thing that the spoken word neglected -
buyingof
| days
work
not mean mere find the attract-I'
, :: One case of the mule being dnven Fla. with their work they ed attenion most of all j .
my time passed.COMMING
recklessly is recorded by the Times- Appearing in support of the proposed I suit made in the latest ahead gets easier rather than harder. miniature of a beautiful girl of the I opportunity,
W. L. Stanley vice ] a up writer
changes remember too, one
Union. Generally it is the white Let us Colonial Period. The girl seemed to ,

-; mule doing the reckless driving. president of the board introduced i i approved style. It has said that the consciousness ofimprovement be about eighteen and her naturally : !
i claimed
voluminous statistics and or growth is the chief
I whiite ,
-o- I brown hair was powdered ,
: that the decrease in business during 1 and de- of happiness. If we are determined -
the cutting source her
According to the Tampa Tribune means : which gave greater brilliancy to MINSTRELS
Y, unknown negro from Paradise the first six months of this year as to grow with every months and enhanced her creamy FALL
an browp eyes
was arrested for bringing booze to compared with the first six monthsof signing of that style to conform l work our school will have the best complexion. On the back of the min-

,. Gainesville. "Drink shine brewed in 1920::! ranged from 50 to 70 per year it has ever had. iature was engraved "Janice Deaneto SPORTS "
cent due to competition of automo- properly to your own j
Paradise and wake up in purgatory. LIBRARY Phillip Adams Philip Adams
and motor bus tines.KIVERS OUR SCHOOL Ministrel is -
bile travel but I had I The work on the rapidly
., -0- great-grandfather I'I
The to was my
only
figure. way the and the boys an
contracted progressing
have
months President Some people heard of Janice Deane. ,
never
For the past two AGAIN RISING
all
that is have suit idea that a sufficiently working hard at it for they want
,\,' Coolidge has been "judicially" considering AND CROPS DAMAGED do to your erroneous obtained Beside the miniature was a bundleof it will bring in to bu.. ,
be the
the thorough education can manuscript, yellowed money '
decision on sugar written :
) a made closely
\ tariff question. Perhaps he can re- Valdosta, Ga., Sept. 26-Just as specially to your own from school text books alone. That with age which I was able to I equipment.The footba ;

his until the gen the riven through this section were measurements. Priced from opinion is not correct. The text books read without much difficulty. They school will not have a '

.. beginning to get back in their banks which are studied in school cannot account of Philip team for there is not enough boys or
contained
) an
; of $25.00 and sideline of a enough money to pay a coach, but it
0 from the torrential rainfall tenda's up. cover every phase Adams adventures during the Revo-
-
other heavy rains nave subject; many of them are mainly is our hope that perhaps next year '
Starke and Kingsley Lake owe a ago lutionary War. school will be ah,
fallen this week sending the water guide books to greater learning! to the year after the
of thanks to Avery G. Powell Adams and Janice Deane foot-
Jacksonville's
vote Philip with
banks. other to compete I
the be from sources.
bounding back again over gained '
article Kingsley Nat SternbergSTARKE village in New Jer
for his splendid on lived in the same .
ball team.But
Tuesday night there was a rainfalli These other sources are to a !great and _u
Lake appearing in last Sunday'sTimesUnion. sey. They grew up together, one team we will nave ar ItJlat's
half in Valdosta authors and
an inch and a extent, books by various other
i each
Powell, like many discovered that they loved basketball team. We inter. !
1; and reports from over the section indicate for this the school children a ?
purpose Then in 1776
there and cannot
others has been and became engaged. winning team that w I
have a
? that about the same amount hand a fairly ext..nlive to
help but speak in the highest terms should have at when each person had to De either the support and backing of th ;i
have
fell that night. Since then, through library. In these days of almost the
resort for colonies,
the
of its value as a summer for or against and school. I
the rain continued although of all subjects town
Thursday, knowledge
this section of the state. Miss l Mabel Lao, who has spent unlimited Deane family except Janice lined up We have not yet heard of the e r ,
have accessto t
heavy.
not should
so easy
the pupil while the
-- -o- the side of the King, but tl1.
on to have a team
Reports from every direction indicate the master minds of the great declared planning
tells of Adams family including Philip havti
lake resident ig. can't
they
A Kingsley that a great quantity of cotton who have contributed so muchto Is no reason why
men Colo
killed in that body of water their allegiance to the of girls that -
fish being for there are plenty -
not picked i< practically ruined, and will also appearon world of learning and litera
voice, our their
i by persons using dynamite' and together with increased damage to soprano II nies. The lovers were parted by play and the boys will back themthe

hundreds of the finny tribe too small the program. Little Miss Julia- ture. | families and forbidden any com- limit I "\,

for use, were seen floating! on the the hay and peanut crops. could Etta; Canova, who is fjuiite talented in Along this line the B. H. S. will munication whatever. At the begin-
Much of both of the latter will. add to this stand improvement. It has a enlisted in HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
surface of the water next day. rains but dancing and singing, great ning of the war Philip
the
have been saved before
Hanging is too good for the two-leg continued good for varied program. library containing quite a number of the army and fought in several bat- Edna Manning has been confin* .
the weather so
breed of hogs who indulge in This musical event is being looked volumes among them some very tles with General Washington until ,
ged
farmers were bed for the last two wee
such a long time to her
such wholesale destruction of our forward to with much interest. good works but the collection may he *#as captured. He wAs taken by classmates sinc'r-
caught napping. for wide study. Many: and with fever. Her
be added to the British to New York City I'
fish. JUDGE'S: COURT her absence and hopeh
COUNTY
._ IN people have in their homes standard in prison there. ly" regret
.1- SAMPSON CITY placed
which will, be with them again soon.
The formation of the Madison The county judge's docket) for the oooks on many subjects His prison was a church converted -

Sampson City, Oct. 3-Messrs E. only two would be very helpful to the pupilsif I already last week some pup. .
County Rod and Gun Club has elicited past week was a light one into a prison and it was One day

favorable interest in other counties H. Smith J. G. Wynn, Oogan Nabb, cases being reported. they had access to them. The stu- j overcrowded. The men were herded heard the song "It Ain't Gonna Ra

the Enterprise-Recorder having and Williamson, of Gainesville, T. )[. Boats, whose trial was set dents would greatly appreciate any together like so many cattle. Many[ : No Mo, being played and suni

s noticed favorable comment on the spent Sunday here guest of relatives for last Saturday paid up costa and donations of volumes to help extend 1 i were sick or wounded" and other con- I somewhere in the building and the:

club's organization in the Live Oak and friends. settled one of the counts against their library.A tracted diseases from the filthy con- I wondered who could be singing that

Perry Jasper and Quincy papers; Mrs. C. B. Brown and son, Odus him and the case continued on the set of Winston's Culmulative ditions. The food consisted of moulded in school. Later they found out that '

and possibly other Sooner or later, Edwin, and Mrs. C. A. Johns and second count until Saturday. Loose Leaf Encyclopedia of ten vol- bread and pork thrown to them to Miss[ EunicePerkins has been teaching '

the state of Florida is going to little son* C. A., Jr. spent the weekend J. G. Williams who plead guilty to umes has recently been purchasedand fight over, for there was never I her first grade pupils a little :

awake to the realization that we at New River guests of their having intoxicating liquor in his Mr. Morgan has promised to enough for all. At night they could song to that well known tune.

have been entirely too careless and mother Mrs. Belle Johns. possession was fined $;;;0 and costs contribute a number of other books. hardly! find room to lie down.

wasteful of our wild life. Other )Ir. and Mrs. Eugene N. Dukes, cf or 60 day in jail the sentence being Now that a start has been made, Young Adams was kept in prison Virginia Weeks slipped on a we: 4.

states have realized it, some of them Oxford. Mass., spent the week here remitted pending good behavior.DrAV.lHar.Vs why not keep_ up the good work and I for three years, during which time 'i sidewalk uptown Monday afternoon We

too late. The E.-R. believes in abolishing guests of her mother, Mrs. S. E. constantly enlarge the now steadily i, times to differ: and fell, breaking her left arm.
he moved seven
was to
the fish and game hog, elimination Jones They left Saturday for Hollywood growing collection. Also new window I!: admire her pluck in returning
ent prisons.
of stick fishing and a sharp and were accompained by; shades are being bought for the When the war was over and Philip school next day.

reduction in the game bag limit. In Misses Ednarae and Junita Smith whole school; these will aid in protecting was at last free, he began to search j The boys and girls of the Bradford
the fish and and Master J. B. Smith.T. the books from the sun. 'I
learned
iu endeavor to conserve for his betrothed. finally County High school are going to put

game of the state, the Madison V. Williams spent a few daysin M Among other things that the that the whole family had been arrested on a ministrel to get money to buy

County Rod and Gun Club deserves Palatka last week on business oldsandLaGripi> school lacks are some large maps, for treason to the coloniies basketball equipment etc. It is to

% wholehearted support-Madison Re and was guest of his sister Mrs. T. F v r especially some of Europe. and was at that time awaiting trial. be under the direction of Mr. Nat

corder. C. Thomas.Mr.. and .Mrs. A. V. Varnes, of: Perhaps the public can offer some By using all the influence and per- Sternberg. Therefore it is needles*,

---d-- of suggestions to aid these Improve- suasion possible, Philip had things to say the show will be worth see
Sunday here ;
PASTE THESE IN Starke Mr. and spent Mrs. M. arnVes.Miss guests Bankers President ments.-Grace Ward 10th grade. arranged so that Janice and her ing. Miss Rosa Leviton is to furnish '

YOUR HAT but Mr. the music.
mother were aquitted, ?
Lucile Moore left Friday for;

Do not expect-to find the name of her home in Jacksonville after COMMING! I Deane and his two sons were covict- Mr. W. J. Epperson; Jr. was a visitor '

any presidents! candidate on your spending the summer here with her I ed and hanged. Afer her release.Janice at school Thursday. .j

'., ticket when you vote in November. sister Mrs. C. A. Johns.R. FALL MINSTRELSgrandfather's :| and Philip were married.

You vote for six presidents! electors L. Gibson of Gainesville, spent { Evidently Janice was my great- We regret to say that there

r:. who will cast the vote of the state Sunday here guest of friends. J THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN will be no jokes this week as 1

::1 for president and vice-president. Miss Rose Johns who is attending first wife and not my the joke editor was indisposed.

'" There will probably be eighteen school here spent the week-end at great-grandmother which accounts ONE TIME A high school

six Democratic, New River with her mother. She ''PUPIL WAS Baking a "whatever that is".
'''i names on the ticket-- for the fact that I had never before

v six: Republican and six Progressives: was accompanied by Miss Cleo r heard of her. ( TEST IN geometry. Editor.

';, There will be nothing to indicate Thomas.

< what party they belong to. You will Mr. and Mn. Eugene N. Dukes '

10. have to remember the names. These and Miss Ednarae Smith and Sirs. S. sr w'eb The man who has no enemies is I Stall fell downstairs last week and the old-fashioned the circuit territory rider a
i month to cover same
electors: E. Jones motored to Jacksonville her somewhat
are the Davis and Bryan .
the man who has never done any.I But the brand of religion preached
C. Mclntoah. Wednesday. I j
Marvin action must have of perfected radioI : those was much more effective. -
I ; thing. A man of In this day in days
G John Q. Hanshaw. R. L. Gibson and :Miss Mamie Hall I

J. Leo Anderson. motored to Graham Sunday after 'I enemies.-Sanford Herald. I I broadcasting a minister can broad- .

': J. Hinton Pledger.D. I The Atchinson (Kan.) Globe of least a sermon to a milion people in SUBSCRIBE TO

W. Berry. noon.W.. H. Smith and T. V. Williams July 2nd mentions that Mrs Fred thirty minutes when it used to take THE TELEGRAPH

Say them over until you get them motored to Palatka and spent one' ,

fixed in your mind.-Gainesville day last week. j .

SI II. Mr. and )t.... Eugene N. Dukes -

and Misses Ednarae and Juanita j
"YOU. .NEED J.-tJOT FA-II-
ZIFF Smith motored to Earlton Beach

Oct. 3 Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thursday evening.W. f a'. Ideas chang*. people change and believed that jazz music, properly o
Ziff H. Smith Sunday at v would become y! s
spent with each change coma opportun introduced, popular n IT
Hayes, of. Starke. were in oar section Hawthorn, guest of his parents. Mr. ity. Some of *s capitalise opportunity and he determined to make it so. HADLEYf" t
day taut week on business and nch. Other are
one
and Mn. R. H. Smith. grow A week later he resigned and
Willie Clayton/Tuck Johns and W. a Mind to opportunity and remain la formed a dance orchestra with M.

t J. Johns, of Starke. were in oar section TALENTED\ MUSICIANS COMING L\i\\ \ MOrs":'".night in 1917 while be wasting teen piece. Hia musicians were following year the management of

Monday afternoon. restaurant ,'tired with his enthusiasm and the Palais Royal in New York got
d'r.ner! In cheap
Mr. Pervis Lewis left Monday. for Friends of Miss Anna Canova. of the Barbary a Coast San Frana.reed to work ;without pay for a I the jail fever and Paul Whitemsn
on
Jacksonville will be pleased to time. In addition to hU horns, engaged. His salary was
was
Starke where he has employment ., cU. Paul! Wnit man revolved to'
W_. i: Kaox. sew president o.
and he added two double of the seaside resort.
drum that
)Ir. W. M Hodges of New River know that she will visit Starke at an the American Bankers AM'B. rise from poverty to wealth and to piano
violins a cello, and a saxapbone Today at the ag* at S4. White-
date. S3 make hU! name famous throughoutthe
early Carted kxa baakiac career
was here Saturday on business.Mr. world At that time be was and proceeded to bold public concerts man ia one of ta. moot popular or-
clerk r tkeBowery
and )[n. R. P. Lewis and chilrUMtnal Miss Canoes formerly lived here years sea a a mmtor SaM te Hew violinist In a cheap cafe orchestra on street cr men aad In parks chats leaden in America and
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and is a graduate of the B. H. S. She Savme _teb bit Eunpe. Last wVfle tn Lon-
York. Today be is rts preside, part time violuust at pan time Great crowds gathered to year.
Coast Ipatloa Cared is a talented musician and since leaving worked: bis throucfcDearly Aa be ate, baring way p pay.
Ie 14 to ]I Days Starke has studied in toe Cincinnati : every department He eotrsd the outlaw t'sat W ... rf gf j>d. and a veek!later
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"took
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from Ireland when nine. Tb* .
It relieves promptly J'nfS."he!: here she willgive boy &: six
days Bdvhevina r fa to be >In
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Regulate to induce= regular Very salsa Pleasant to Tax We Woman'i Club giving a program I Mr. ..... lie knows of soy l banyan b.tngg s..kin( to reI&L ae At a tat.-f-n .iSwyy. DwrtrtC the 0. r

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