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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 10, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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EW OFFICERS CITY TERIALS TO FURNISH AND: LABOR WIRING AT COST MA- I I COUNTY CHAMBER OF'COMMERCE I 1 I II Winifred LAKE K. Loadholtx.BUTLER son of !Mr.1 WANTS AUTOS



Will Assist Home Owners By Lessening I and :Mrs. W. E. Loadholtx: ia on n


TAKE CHARGE At the Cost recent of Wiring-meeting Houses of the I I COMPLETED ORGANIZATION FRIDAY visit in here the U.for S.a Navy few day on*. DestroyerNo. Winifredis TURNED AWAY\


221 lying at Portsmouth Va. 1K
board of bond trustees it was decided I I'
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A. Bryan Now Alderman Meeting Attended by Citizens night. At the meeting at Lawtey tonight will leave for China the 25th of thin
; that afullsupply of wiring material FROM SCHOOL
the hoard of governor will report month, but will atop at several
Appointive Officers would be kept on hand by the city From Every Section- I
on plans ami the scope of work ports on the Gulf and Pacific const.
Selected for supplying those who desire to Next Meeting TonightAt .
will be outlined. The membership of Louis Columbus. Futch
wire their homes. It is the I'nul l K: Caimvu, .T. win present at
purposeof LawteyAll the publicity committee will bo an- i Lois Columbus Futch to
passed the of the
meeting city council Tuox-
''uesday night the newly electedn the trustees to secure as many
nounced. This meeting will be an Important that better from his homo
officials[ took charge of the new customers for the municipal doubts as to whether a county country tiny night and asked Unit body to
one, and your presence will: In Bradford August 27, .
county on consider the
hardsurfavting\ of :Ninth
Of this number S. A. plant
affairs. as possible and by supplying chamber of commerce could be suc- be needed.

an. alderman and C. A. Knight, the necessary materials and laborat cessfully launched were dispelled at 1024 ago 70 years. street from the highway to Walnut
He is survived his wife two
by
.issessor, are the two "brand cost will mean a big saving to the the rousing meeting held last Friday HAMPTON street and the turning of traflk-
," -.J.- sisters !Mra. Nancy Britt antiIrs.! from the highway down Ninth to
Mr. eucceed-
members; Bryan consumer. night at the court house, which
Hampton, Oct. 10 C. E. R. Muse, four brothers Daniel Walnut
and thence
Harper on to the high-
and Mr. The
Mr. J. Uglow, Knight present rates for lights are so meeting was attended by a splendid
manager of the Hampton Naval George, Steven and Slum ,Futch, and way at the end of Walnut street.
pping into the shoes of Mr. N. D. low that they rival the cost of main- gathering of representative citizen
Store Co., is attending a fam'ly' reunion two sons, Lemuel and Isaac Futch. Mr. Canova expressed the opinion
did make thee
mwrlght, who not taining kerosene lumps besides be- from every section of the county besides -

for re-election. ing for more efficient and less dan- visitors from other counties. It I at Atmore, Alabama, this Rev. Futch was a local preacherin that the city should do what it could!

I the Methodist Church for forty
week. to protect the children attending
and ClerkA.
Idermen Bryan White gerous. was a business-like gathering and

Futch and Marshal Kite the proceeded in a like manner to perfect KI.i Georges Quick Lunch whichis years During these years his qchool. and thnt an long as motorists

members ATTENTION! LADIES' C3IOKUS located on Main street near the Christian character grew brighterin used that part of the highway In
'j i> elected present at an organization that will put
depot is doing a rushing business. Christian service. front of the high school buildina-
a meeting, were sworn in by At- At the club house Thursday afternoon Bradford county where it belongs ;
and the council called We have learned that a good home Ills last message was in the hymn there would exist. a menace to the
nev Crews October the 16th at 4:43&; at the top.
: cafe is one of the many things need- which was Hung at his grave by his life and limb of the school children.
clerk. C. F.
order by the Mr. The called to order
o'clock the Ladies Chorus will be- meeting was
ed in a progressive town. re'1ut8t.f..et: Mo There Where the Signs posted each sidu of tho building
was unanimously nominated Col. D. E. Knight who stated the
over a series of under the by
gin practices Mrs. A, A. Durden and daughter Tree of Life is Blooming, !\It'etIe! ho said, would not be effective.
r chairman. capable direction of Mrs. A. E. Wall purpose for which the meeting was "
Miss Hilda, his wuek There because of the ImlilTeruncv of
are spending motorists -
Mr. Hoover spoke of the plans the with Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones as ac- called, the need of such an organization -
MISH! Joaate Bennett who ia In the
in Tampa. to such signs. To safeguard the
until had in mind for the coming companist.It and the benefits this section
F. E Henry of Dade City, was: St. Vincent hospital in Jacksonvilleand children, in his opinion would either
On account of the heavy ex- derive from live chamber ofcommerce
ar is important: that all those would a
very looking after his real astute here who has just undergone an operation require time turning aside of the
nditurea made [in improving the taking part be present at this first -town and country alike.
this week.W. for appendicitis, Is getting trnlltc to another street the stationing -
st end of Call street where the meeting to secure copies of music. ( Temporary officers were elected as
the I I H. Maxwell who has been for on very nicely and her many friends of nn extra policeman to enforce
road entets corporateits follows
eresaa The Music :
assisted
Committee by several weeks in Jacksonville has hope that she will be able to return the traffic laws, or cutting off tho
and no increase being made the Ladies Chorus and number of G. M. Inman chairman.J. .
a I returned to his home here.A to her home in Lake Butler shortly.Woman's school Mock by stretching a heavy
the millage assessed for 1924 he talented artists from the Unlversl'ty L. Peek lecretary.I .
Club, of lAke ButW, chain the school
daughter was born to Mr. and across street during
ated that the council would be of Florida will Motion was made by Col. Knight
concert
put on a
!Mrs.' R. L. Britt lust Saturday', Oct. held Its Jltulllr1I.tinll !Monday afternoon hours.
ndicapped to a certain extent in early in November for the benefit of I that the temporary organization be and elected for the ensuing Mr. Cnnuva also sUted to the

eking other needed street improves the Woman's Club. made a permanent one under the 4th.A
son was born to !Mr. and Mrs. year the following ofllcvr: council that it was his intention at
However he stated that MRS D. E. KNIGHT name of Bradford County Chamberof
s rr..shlentIrs.! J. lrIann.! .
Everett crews Oct. 5th. Rome Inter date to circulate a petition
ceded street work would be attendto Chairman of Music. Commerce.Motion was carried
Rev. Wmdham of Waldo, preached 1st Vlt'c.PrIshl'ntIrs.! C. II. among tho residents of Walnut
and Messrs. Inman and Peek requested -
at the Methodist church last Sunday Driggera.2nd street for the widening of tho street
made the GRADING: OF BEGUN
The council following STREETS that their names be with.
moiyiing and evening. The sub Vice-rrcsldent, Mrs P. M. and changing its name to Central
ppointments: chairman and
drawn as secretary,
Work has been started by the cityon ject for.the evening service was: Padgett.3rd avenue.
Night marshal A. L. Alvarez. respectively. Mr. A. A. Durdcn of
gradipg and dragging some of "Lord to Whom Shall I Go?" Hit Vlce-Prcslilent, Mrs. K.: K. Tho matter wnn referred to the
City attorney, A. S. Crews. Hampton was nominated for chair
the in of Illustrations both Roger street committee with Instructionsto
I streets Starke some them I were beautiful and
Health officer Dr. W. E. Middle- man but declined the honor statinghe
n. I being in very bad condition on account believed the chairman and secretary Interesting and were enjoyed by 11 Secretary Mrs. A. C. Strickland. secure an estimate from !Mr. Gray

I of the rains recently.Chairman largo. congregation of eager listeners Treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Maines. AH to tho cost of putting down a
Bond trustee, 3 years J. L. Peek. I of the organization should be
Andreu of the street committee There was a large attendance and rock bane from Walnut street to tho
Fire chief W. L. Wall. i residents of Starke. The name of
stated it was his intention to keep Mrs. Bruzio and daughter, Miss much interest manifested., highway
Chairman Hoover appointed com* Col. D. E. Knight was then placed in
the T. J. Townsend. ban erected it saw --
crews at work until the streets Mary of Pulatka are visiting rela-
ittee as follows: nomination and he was unanimously II. If. H. HONOR: ROLL!
are again in first class condition.The tives and friends here. mill just east of Lake Butler A. J.
Electric and Waterworks-
Lights
elected. I'lrNt Month
city purchased a plow to use Dr. Middlcton of Starke was a fickle in the sawyer. They have Just
W. White chairman S. A. Bryan For secretary of the chamber of -
with the tractor and short work can business visitor here last Sunday. started up. It will l loll very convenientto For pupils' nnmu to appear on
A. Davis Jr. the names of Mewsrs Raw-
commerce
bemade of ditching the Mr. Home of Alachua the people In and around Lake
streets to county
I honor roll they! must reach the fallowing -
Finance and Taxation-S. A. son J. Davis and C. A. Futch were
secure drainage. I son, Herber and daughter Missus. Butler to secure their lumber.
proper standard: Attendance and
ryan, chairman J. W. Whijte, L. A.: placed in nomination and upon bal-
t Mr. and, Mrs P. H. Oilom and son,
Beulah and Mabel visited here last 1)5 cent lesion and
'avis Jr.Streets. i I I lot Mr. Futch was declared elected.Mr. punctuality per ;
CITY TO
PURCHASE TRUCK Mr.
Sunday.The Francis, of Miami, are visiting 00 cent.
deportment,
J. II. of Startce per
Ritch was
Sidewalks and BuildingsA.
and !Mra. F. P. Odom of
parent
following. was rendered First D Claim Ellen
program Grade :
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The city council is in the market elected
O. Andreu chairman, S. A. treasurer. I
by the senior B. Y. P. U. last Mr. Wont .
Ki'ttrns.H .
| L. A. Davis, Jr. for the purchase of a one ton truckto The suggestion ofIr.! Wyman
ryan Sunday evening October 5th: Mr. and Sirs R. F.. Dell and son, Clam Louise Brown Louie
Sanitation-L. A. Davis Jr., be used by the street department, that the board of governors, to be :
In south
Ernest last week
Subject: The Bible in the Personal spent
airman, J. W. White A. O. An- bids being called for in this issue of composed of five members, be selected Florida visiting relatives and Drown, Hilly Rivers

the Telegraph. Members of the council from different portions of the Life.Song A Class: Dorothy White Elaine

reu.Rules : We Will Work Till Jesus friendH. Wynn Alma Thornton, Eunice;
the that do- and follow-
expressed opinion by county was accepted, tho
Laws and Ordinances. I' Comes. Dr. J. E.: Maine. has Just returned Strickland l William Edward: Miss
,
ing with the horse and ,, nominated and unanimously
away wagon ing were
White chairman S. A. Bryan L. Prayer: By President. from St. Petersburg where he hns Olive Ray teacher
in work
now employed elected
Davis, Jr.Applications. I scavenger : Leader-Mra. H. B. Weeat. l been pending the week on business. First Gra.de: C Class: Grace An-
and street cleaning and putting on A. A. Durden Hampton; L. II. '
for street and scavger I Dr. A. S. York accompanied by
The Galatian Gospel-Dr. R. M. .dreu Lillian titcrnberg Ernest: Donl-
the work could be done
a truck J. 11.Iitchell.! Starke
Hill Lawtey
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work were received by the I i Faver. his friend Mr. Gilbert King, of Albert Yarbaruugh.\ Miss Kunleu:
son,
and besides tCl.
quicker cheaper, havingthe John Shriver Brookcr J. Brown-
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until as follows: I ; i A Gospel of Justification-:Mrs. South Bond< In l., left this. week for IVrkiriH, ('uchur.
machine to use in work the lee Starke.
on ,
J A. Morgan, wagon 3110.00 per streets. The I W. B. Alexander.A South( Florida. They expect to make /Second iriiili. Charlie llrantley.

onth. membership committee was Gospel Redemption-Ada Nim- an extended visit. Dr. York, who has Joe Edwards. Jr., Raymond I'rescutt,

J, G. Gillyard, truck $125.00; per announced by the chairman to con- just returned from Canada, .ia Im- Mildred
SATURDAY LAST DAY TO REGISTER sist of the following gentlemen G. Louisa Snyder, Georgia Hayne,
: mo.Bible
nth.. Reading In the B. Y. P. U.- proved in health very much. Hundley, Florence Ilnnsett,
M. W. E. W. E. To-
Inman Davis
_Aaron Minton, wagon $105.00 per A. A. Durden. County commissioner held, their Martha Powell, Kvenellu Strickland

nth Saturday Is the last day to register rode J. F. Houser, M. P. Matheny. regular meeting here Tuesday.G. .
The What Place Has the Bible in My !Hazel Koiferi, Elizabeth Hollinga-
I of annual dues
Action on appointment of a scav- if you desire to cast your vote question was Personal Life-Jessie Williams. W. Spires, S. T. Dowllng, S. worth. Miss\ Ethel: irlllln; teacher.

ger was referred to the street in the general election Nov. 4th. If'' brought up and after discussion Read with Reverence for the Au- M. Dukes made a trip through South Third Grade: Arthur Darby Jones,

mmittee with instructions to instigate you have voted In a general election they for citizens were fixcM of at $10.00 per annum thor-Ralph Green. Florida last week. S. R. John, Jr., Martha Urownlee

the advisability of then before you will not be required to incorporated town The Bible an Up-to-date Book- liov. Hick, of Waldo, and, novo Katie William. Lola Long Gun

purchasing its own truck for register again. Look up the regis- and $1.00 per annum for those residing !Mrs V. B. Wheeler. RMenhorn of Gainesville preachedat Newton, Lola Adklna. Mi\ .a Alice

eet work, before selecting a man tration officer of your district and outside the corporate limitsof Song: There Shall Be Showers of the Baptist church here Sunday Tharln, teacher.

the sanitary work. see if your name is on the registration a town. Blessings. night. There was a large attendance.The Fourth Grade: Richard William

'Council adjourned until Thursdayht books. Last call books close that Upon suggestion of the by Mr. Wyman cham- Benediction-Mrs. W. B. Alexander many friends ofIiKII! J. B. son. Eva Prevutt 1 Mary 1 Brownie,

Saturday) night.MEETING meetings county Dowling who for sometime has. been Grutton Sunshine Hundley
to hear reports from the street ber of commerce be held in different Cooper
mittee regarding the proposed Miss Eva Williams who is teach- seriously ill, will be glad to know Margaret\ William, Carrie Ilutto
towns it decided that the
was next
OF J. J. DICKISOX :
l in the Waldo school visited her that at thi* writing she i b somewhat Sara Hope Huyne, Fenellu Spydur,
ing of Ninth street. At this meet- CAMP meeting would be held at Lawtey In lint
here last Saturday and Sunday better. Inez Grave Alvarez Margaret
plans for the extension of water the Woman's Club building Friday parents Tompkins,

,ltd sewer mains to the western, end Soldiers of J. J. Dickison Camp Oct. 10th at 8 o'clock. The meetingfor Judge James Kelly and wife of Brown Arthur Ilnrdue Lucile[

Mrs. Wm. Reynolds of Waldo Madison, are visiting Mr. and I !Mr*. Edward, Miss\ Nellie Stearns, teacher. -
C. V.
town will be considered. No. 1817 U. were called to order Friday Oct. 17th will be held

Sept. 27th, by Captain Commander visited her aunt Mrs. A. M. Williams J. B. Dowling, parent of Mr Kelly. .
the hall.
at Hampton at town
i NOR ROLL BROOKER SCHOOL Col. and \In.! Smith Crews, of,
W. T. Weeks at ten o'clockat last Friday. Fifth Grade: Beverly Cady Leon

GrsdM'rtha the courthouse. Twenty-four members were enrolled Mr*. Gooaby of Alachua county Starke, are visiting Mr. and Mr. J. Alvarez: William hacks Wilbur

f'inth Groover, Minutes of last meeting read and at this meeting and it Is expected la the guest of her daughter Mrs.R. B. Dowling, parents of Mrs. Crew JJrlffla. Raymond GlUnon, Victor

cretia Hodges, Lois Gainey, Can- that this number will be rapidly increased Miss Dora Johnson the fifth grade
this. week. teacher.
} approved. On roll call the following L. Brit Thomas. Mills Isabel Sullen\
Oliver, Grady Baxter, Vatbrum through the efforts'of the
the week-end withrt'latives
irrell. named comrades answered to their Mi\ Wilma Alexander has as her teacher, spent Sixth Grade: Alice Fernandez: ,

names: W. T. Weeks D. J. Byrd S. membership committee. Additional guest this week her cousin Mice at Raiford. Helen Gray Muriel Sileox. Rachel
Eighth
Grade Tolodl
Gainey members have
been
not
F'. Morgan L. W. Kickliter A. J. actively so- Onie Parka of Reynolds, Ga. Mil Ruth Roberta, who Is attending Silcox Delia Williamson Milton
rglnia Colaon Stellamae Ward, but
licited others have
B. McKinney J. W. Oateen J. B. Flor- signified il Baptist Church Directory. school here spent the week- Urownlee, Jr., Glenn Wood James

eventh Crosby rid, J. T. Jones, L. F. Gay S. S. intention to come in on this important Sunday school 10 a. m.. Subject: end with her parents at Worthington. Richard Wainwright. Miss\ MableEdwards
Ches-
work
Grade-Josephine and the
meeting tonightwill I I
Proctor W. A. Dukes. principles of Christian Living. : teacher.
jar, Gracie Connerly Iris Brown likely see an Increase in the
I The maids and sponsors of honor Preaching 11 a. m. by pastor. I T. 11. Rimes of Worthington was Seventh Grade: Theodore Young,
Isabel! Kelley Florence Ward Restate roll.
for the Florida division reunion to membership Those signing up Senior B. Y. P. U. 7:15.: Subject: here on business Monday Clara Louise I'uek, Elizabeth
Colson
Dwight Godwin Emory at the organization
were:
iHftzen be held at Tampa Oct. 21-23 were The Glorified- Christ.. Charles H. Register was a business l- Fenske Evelyn Strickland. Pearl
Clyde Paul Stewart.
Kelley Mr. F. C. Weymer, Palatka; Mr. Preaching at 8 Johnson Lelia Den Andrew, Edna
Fifth selected as follows: Mrs. O. L. Beas- p. m. visitor to Jacksonville this ,

-ta Grade-Mlbru Hodges, Ro- ley, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Mrs. A. Z.Adklns N. Sternberg, Starke; Mr. J. L. Peek Prayermeetlng Tuesday 7:30: p. m. .' week.D. Stan bery. Mra. Meta Hodges, teacher. -

Conerly Ortho Matheny. Starke; Dr. W. E. Middleton Starke; Both church and pastor gladly .
Fourth Grade-Mildred Mrs. W. J. Epperson and I C. Pettit, of New Orleans, I
Morgan. Mr. J. 11. Starke I-I
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Ritch ; Mr. J. W. welcome everybody to each service. Eighth Grade: Edna Strickland.
Third the of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dell.
Grade-Clift'ord Hazen. I I guest
After the completion of business, Andrews Jr. Starke; Mr. G. C. Mr, and Mr. J. H. Steven, who Ruth Sternberg, Willie Mae Hlnson.Mrs. .
|Second He Is old 1 citizen of Lake Butler
Grade-Rosalee Godwin an
I White, Starke Mr. R. W. i
the veterans adjourned in a body to ; Turner were once local merchant here were Bessie McGruder l teacher.
nnle and his friends are glad to see
Groover Leona Thomas Ertwist many
I the courtroom where the ladies of Jacksonville; Mr. Rawson J. Davie visitors here thia week. They have : Tenth Grade: Quails Mae\ Bennett,
Russ. him.
i the W. T. Weeks chapter had pre Starke; Mr. W. E. Davis Starke; been in business at Nashville, Ga. Elise Jones Sammy SUrnberg. Miss

BUILDS LARGE RADIO SET 'pared a sumptuous dinner. Mrs. G. Mr. J. F. Houser, Hampton; Mr. A. and are on their way to Sarasota.. PRESBYTERIAN Carolyn Frlpp, teacher. S. S. Dow-

W. Alderman Mrs. R. A. Weeks and A. Durden Hampton; Mr. J. L. Fra- They will viat Tampa, Clearwater ling, principal.PAKKlSHliltAGG.

E II. Smith, ;one ;of the local radio : Mrs. W. L. Wall, together with several zee. Starke; Mr. F. F. Stump, and other points of interest before Sunday school at 10 a. m. .

'ans, has building Starke Mr. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7pm.
finished the of ft i other ladies were hostesses to ; Lenthall Wyman, their return.

"dio set having a range of 3,000 the veterans. The veterans heartily Starke; Mr. E. E. Burney Lawtey; Mrs. F. T. Campbell of Seminole by the pastor Dr. Tucker. Mr. W. B. ParrlBn. of Sampson

$ lies Mr' Smith has been experientlng thank the ladies for their kindness Mr. G. W. Roberts, Lawtey; Mr. W. Is visiting friend and relatives here A cordial invitation to all. City, and Miss Sallie May Bragg, of

with radio for several years W. T. WEEKS C. C. E. Torode Lawtey; Mr. J. T. Moore this week. recently been business. visitors here.A. Hampton, were married by Judge

.nd has been very successful with S. F. MORGAN ADJT. Lawtey; Mr. L. II. Hill Lawtey; Mra. II. D. May and daughter L. Wheeler and family, who Green at the courthouse. Saturday

:slier receiving sets. One night re- Major Fred Beck Starke; Mr. D. E. Mr. Arthur Moore ot..Theresa*, have several In our town night at ten o'clock. Mr. Parrilh U

___ntly he tuned !inon a musical con- Comfortable shoes are all uecea- Knight, Starke. were business visitor! here last Sat- spent years a son of the late E. Parrish, his briJ .j.jI.
and, friend here returned -
|Cart broadcasted from Cincinnati aary for housekeepers as for hikers. Every citizen of the county who urday. to won their many home in Fabluo, Ala. in tile twice of Mr. John MeCleonA. t;

Ohio, and had the pleasure of nearLeo -i Old shoes with run-down heels are i Is interested In the future develop F. F. Carr postmaster of Keystone and resided in Georgia until recently.

1g Canova, a former Starkeboy responsible for much unnecessary ment of our section Is urged to attend was In our town this week. SUIJSCUIHE TO I Their many friends wish them all I

ting several selection ,I weariness. the meetings every Friday Mr. and Mrs. DY.. Moore have TilE TELEGKAPH happiness.r" ,






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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 10, 1921.
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eral government to improve the riv- and reduces by the millions the num- .
'n__ : TT r,' 1$; > en tat!: spell sec
yvq' ers and build the canal, to pay the ber of weevils that live through the ..-> ..ir !.: ace, cost, in Euro-)z
'. .", aIli.'s railroad bill for making the improved winter to attack the following cot- I U.,'; :.."! '" .if; the cost of one ft,'

a tt waterways worthless commercially. ton crop. class d: c-:. .'.au .lt here. No u

'!l The proper way to destroy stalks meal der France insists that Uerm,.,.,
terevery shall build no< fighting planes.
'I mptatwns: :' These starling facts have been revealed is to plow them under. Cutting -

in a survey conducted by the stalks or burning them is not suffici- Cleanse month and We continue spending milllu

__.. _, _. n' 'n_ .._ _----'----------' .-'- ._- Intermediate Rate Association, rep- ent, as a second growth will sprout teeth and aids digestion. on big guns and ammunition
with his golf resenting every business and farm near the base of the plant on which Relieve that over practice. They also will soon '
ANNE COUD1NCJTON GOES TO when father hud (gone Tlmo- interest of ten western mountain the weevils can subsist. Stalks furn- eaten feellBB and acid classed among museum cUrio
CHURCH I II tit kK und some friends to his moatn. ties, used to make a loud nois..
states, in a campaign for national ish valuable organic matter when
Its l-a-s-t-l-n'U flavor the Presidential salute, or tithe ,
quuna.
"This is my idea about it," I It "A hectic party, Anne, darlin'," I legislation to wipe out railroad discrimination plowed under which is lost when satisfies the craving tor vanity of some admiral retui, .

heard Curtiss Wright say the next explained. "We all !got raizle-daz-: in freight rates throughout they are burned.It sweets. nig to his ship.A .
drifted in to who the entire west and inoll partsof will pay the individual to destroy YVrlaleya Is doable
morning, as his voice zled, except Mr. Wright was my
where he and "but the southeast where the railroads his stalks, even if others in value la he benefit and sixteen-Inch gun costs a.
; c'' me from the sun porch date" ((1 couldn't resist saying),
in I feel are fighting the boats. his community do not. However, for pleasure It provides. much as two fighting airships It
dad were deeply engrossed con- this morning I'm so nervous lasts only long enough to firu ,
Congress has appropriated $1- the best results stalks should be destroyed on
l.. 'versatlon. like I've got the heebe-jeebes. I can ,I StmUJ In ill Parity hundred and twenty shots. Thc
"The Florida, East Coast will have see you've had your beauty sleep, 200,000,000 for improvement of rivers on a community or county I P.eAap. L it ia burnt-out scrap iron. The
attractive and modern I and harbors and for building of scale. life of a fighting plane, costirg
k" one of the most look like a May Morning.
:% workmenof you Davis's I the canal, but there are hardly any This work of stalk destruction is half as much aa a single big gun
settlements for heir "Thanks. I went to Alma '
boats operating the rivers of and should not be IB equal to that of an ordinary
any town in the South, It our dance and it really was lovely. Paul I' upon very important i9rlGaEZ forty-five million dreadnaught.
1 the south and the southeast-the those who intend
,. plans carry," ho supplemented, "it Whitman's orchestra from New neglected by to

r ia my desire to design simple and York and exquisite favors. I was Mississippi, the Ohio, the Missouri plant cotton another year. Plow up Mr. W. J. Davis, of San Diego

+ i substantial houses for the men and home by midnight though, and turn- because the interstate commerce the cotton stalks and plant your earnest advocate of air defence
commission has permitted the rail- fields to winter cover says truly, "The nation foreimxt,
time crops.E.
their families, but, at the same ed in early, so I could have a swimat
houses will have I feel roads generally to violate the long M. NIX, Development Agent. in the air will win the next \\,'1
each one of those Ellen Gray's this morning.
at the of the bomb
drop and be
and short haul law
of the fourth Seaboard Air Line Railway.
;c its> distinct: and separate Individuali- like a million dollars. fore the world wakes up the mv:
lasts
d ty. These people will have pride in And indeed she looked it. Her section of the transportation act. Py WINTER COVER CROPS. jeJlavor morning amid the fumes of phosphorus .

I r their homes if they are not built exactly dainty frock was of soft filet lace means of these violations of the law, I I or of bombs of some other
the railroads have in the and kind, if it does wake at all
the past, The for winter up the
like hundreds of others in and with the right tint of tea roses season planting "
1 I var will have been won.
are today, levying tribute interior
same village. Their sense of the beau- about it, and a pinkish-orchid hat against cover crops such as rye, oats, bar-

tiful should be encouraged. Its effect that shaded her face, making it look cities and towns by charging ley, vetch, etc. is rapidly drawingnear. Battleships, besides being obso
Parks too he: white kid them exorbitantly high rates in or- This Week !
j, is far-reaching. like a flower. Her little lete, are frightfully expensive,
went on, his voice rich with the interest : slippers were spotless. One could der to recoup the losses they sustain,
he felt in his subject, "will be I feel that she was going to church. in making temporary cut-throat up the soij!}.but also furnish ex- peace. Flying machines, enoughof
rates between cities the seaboardor them to make this
nation
on title
kept by a committee of women in a There was a clean air of Sabbath- cellent grazing. F
turn-about system so that they will morning freshness about her. Cur on navigable streams, to make it.J I.I It is generally recognized to be against ulblWt attack) by sea burd or land,

;; feel the /flowers are their very own. tine Wright was quiet. I wondered impossible for boat. to meet the I{impractical and 'well nigh impossibleto taxation, kept wjthout up with Blight en om"x,

Put your shops in a village of thH what he was thinking. Finally he competition and carry freight on the make a crop on poor land. The ponsel and they would pay the?

ort," he summed up his argument, creased the room to where she waa rivers improved at public expenso, it best way to have rich land is to plant in peace, twice over, in the
r will be efficient. and is shown in the survey of the Inter- something it to be into mail service, and in spying out
"and your men more sitting, took up her prayerbook on plowed forest fires.

Furthermore, everyone coming to hymnal, and ran through it. mediate Rate Association. the soil to increase the supply of D i --

? Florida will view it with Interest. lIe looked at us both and I wondered Having secured what practically vegetable matter each year. Winter Arthur
By Brisbane Before this
t country faces
amounts to a monopoly of anew
"I think your plans are splendid, If he were makinlt'comparl. transpor cover crops will do this for you, and --, war-it won't come, while

MK Wright," my father was talking, sons I felt rotten. My head had a tation throughout the south and will also hold in the soil a large they are all borrowing from u*--

"and as president I have the privilege dull, ceaseless pain. I had put on the southeast, railroads are now tryingto i amount of plant food that would ordinarily FOR PRESIDENT COOLIDGE.AND the range of fliers and submarine

r of giving them our acceptancewith first frock I had come upon and it secure a monopoly of transcontinental -I be leached out by winter THOSE THAT PAY. will be as great aa that of any
freight traffic by attempting to floating vessel. The submarine
our heartiest congratulations.I needed pressing there was a run in rains.
2,000 FIGHTING PLANES. will as fast cruiser
levy a similar tribute against interior go as any and
shall want to take entire of how unat- By planting a cover now of
I
you my stocking. thought crop the fliers, of course, twenty times
FOR ONE
charge of this end of the work, however tractive I must now look, compared cities of the west so that they either rye, oats, barley, mixed witha DREADNAUGHT.President as fast as any fighting ship afloat

and because we shall probably to Anne's perfect Brooming. may make cut-throat freight! rates little vetch, you will be able to Increase -

r. have frequent consultations, it wil "Oh, what a diference in the morn- from Chicago and the east to Pacific the supply of humus in the Coolidge recalled These suggestions are submitted

1. be most pleasant to have you as our ing," I yawned, and began hum- coast cities-Los Angeles, :San soil, withhold a large amount of Secretary Wilbur of the Navy, to to the President, who will dec;.'!'e

guest while your sketches are in the ming. I decided I'd feel bettor when Francisco, Portland and Seattle-to plant food there thatwould be washed Washington to diicuaa with him what shall be done, and to th .
drive the Panama canal boats out it this winter. A "the relative value of battleshipsand people of this country. They w,II
making. I would have quiet away legume
Anne left us. a business. crop flying machine in pay the bill in money, which is
I waited expectantly. Suppose he chat with Curtiss Wright and find The will increase the amount of ammoniaIn This means, of course war., that the not important, and in blood, which
hud changed his mind and decide nut what he knew about Ted's disgraceful special cut-throat rateiby made 'the !toil.' Be certain to plant pure, President will LISTEN to others, is important, if a fatal mistake b<>

a ; not to stay after all. behavior.Yes railroads to 'force the boats cut clean seed that will germinate well. and TAKE OOUNSEt rot him made in our plans of detente,

) Then came tin answer. "I shall be !, it would be comforting to of business are not given to interior Reliable seedmen handle this kind of self. It means that, with all hi* *What yon read here! h printed
cities and towns, the rote association work, he has found time' for to. in several hundred daily news-
more than delighted, Mr. Wright have him sit beside me, and talk in the Herald
air of
seed.Think serious
shows. Instead the railroads problem of defense
}' survey ,
responded. his nice voice which was low and it over -Plant a cover crop and doea not Intend to keep this I Washington, D. C., where those m

1' a Curtiss'Wright; in the house. Our soothing; I cloned by heavyliddedeyes. make the rates to port cities so low this fall, build up your soil. country among the backward nations .- -n May PA.....it, and in 10.0"1'. .

guest I contemplated the future I wished vehemently now that that boats cannot meet them, and For further information address, as regards real 1 preparation. I "uvgnaperTo .

with a glow of enthusiasm. Propin- Anne would hurry."Episcopalian recoup their losses by charging high E. M. NIX, Development Agent.Jacksonville .

quity, bright conversation, golfing, I knew it," he was rates at the Intermediat points. Fla. Facts alone will Influence! the I ultimately prosper Finn L'!.

dancing and the whole town buzzing. saying "You have an Episcopalian Many existing violations of the ing.sYesident For, Instance and they are not must constantly develop its aA'rll"1.''

ui The woman hater. My bet with Mar- face. The boys in the army used to long and short haul law by railroadsin A CITIZEN'S: SOLILOQUY One battleship of: lack'I'I tural possibiliies and improve t,).

jorie. Oh, it was thrilling! bet that I could guess any man's the southeast, designed to keep To trade at home, or to buyout oi class coat forty-five million homo life of its rural people.

"Good morning to the glad. new religion. It gets to bo easy when one the bouts from the rivers, are re- town: lars. For that sum the TWO

day," came a cheerful voice and studies pt-ople. Anyway, your service vealed in an examination of recordsof Aye, that's the question! could THOUSAND build and FIGHTING mohollee AIR- I HOW.DOCTORS TREAT

Anne Coddington stood in the door- l is impressive. It has depth the Interstate Commerce Com Whether 'tis better
very to try to save a PLANES. Does_ the _PiM_<_mt__ orany
r ti. way. At the same time father and I land strength behind it that tones mission. A typical violation Is shownin few cents other sane man 'n.ask what

4.;" Mr. Wright entered. one up for the rest of the week." the rates charged by the Illinois On a purchase, (if, perchance such chance a battleship would have i COLDS Hi THE FLU

; "Mias Coddington?" Mr. Wright "I watt just wondering if you Central on carload shipments of miraculous thing be) against 2,000 fighting air machines i
dropping TNT from the cloud 1 --
inquired during the introduction would like to go to St. John's with agricultural implements from St. And erstwhile use up a lot of gas, To break cold
up a
over night or to
; which followed, "have we not met me this morning," Anne invited. "I Louis. The Illinois Central today And oil and tires in going and coming The French hare come througha short an attack of grippe. influenza or .

'.'r., before? The name and face are have my car outside and I'll be so charges $12.80 per ton to haul a ; real war, with Invasion to the throat, physicians and druggist are .

hauntingly familiar." glad to have you." Anne glanced at carload of agricultural implements Or, whether to patronize my own very gates of Paris, millions killed recommending Calotabs, the nau-eal .
.. 835 miles from St. Louis to New Or- I other millions l Calomel tablet Ih-it is purified fiom '
.' "No, I am sure you are mistaken, her watch. "If you were dressed, neighborsAnd wounded. THEY .

1-\ 1 Anne answered hurriedly, and with Sallie)) you could K<> too but we only loans, located on the seaboard, but friends at home What know has something France done about to fighting. i emus have tried and it sickening say that it effects.acts like Those max.ii., -'
III what I thought decision, have minutes" charges $10 a ton to haul the same prepareagainst far
unnecessary ten : Methinks withal! To boost the baili- danger across her border more effective and certain than the '
"I have an-uncanny trick of remem- "I shall be delighted," Curtiss shipment the shorter distance of 612 wick that France has a first line of air style calomel heretofore recommend! I '

: benlng names and yours is nob registered Wright accepted "and thanks very miles over the same tracks to Alexandria 'Boosts me. To trade in the same defense consisting of two thou.. physicians.One .

,:: I'm sorry," she concluded, her much :for the Invitation. Would you ,, La. The farmer at Alexandria town sand fighting air machines, with I a swallow or two of water.-Ihat's Calotaba at bed all. time Noi'1".'

voice more excited than usual, then go if you were dressed?" he asked has to pay $3.21)) more to get the That I selected to live in, a And reserve that of two fighting thousand French more.air I no nausea nor the slightest interfir -

changed the subject. 'i coming over and looking down at implements he needs out on his farm And where my own castle stands. fleet ta what makes England, with with eating work or pleasures' Next in" i

"Et vous, Miss SaHieT We missed me. than the stevedore nt New Orleans But hark! all her lumbering battleship, ing your cold has vanished and your '. '

you at breakfast," !Mr. Wright said, "Nat on your life, I'm better 0tI'with has to pay to stack them up on the A customer comes! cruisers, etc., "th. world's greatest i I tern feel refreshed and purified Cal." '
docks and levees, the battle fleet," 10 politeto are sold only in original sealed pack ic -
despite fact pitifully
coming ever to the chaise-longue own thoughts. Dut don't 'Tis
my you some good fellow who's ten
thought for
price/ cents the
France. She will continue I vest-pocket o i 1"j
that to
he
av where I was reclining.! bother about me. I'll he busy gettingmy is 103 miles nearer to St. it all out be"polite until she can dominate thirty-five rents for the large family pi', k

"Couldn't make it," I replied. things packed. I'm going to Pen- Louis. And the railroads penalize the Even as I. "r" In the air, as she used to dominate age Recommended and guaranteed l IIIdrugll

"I'm just dragging one foot after sacola on a house-party tomorrow." farmer so that they may keep the I prithee, trade at home! I; tn" c .n j l.. Your' money hark If you are 0..1 I Idelighted.

I; the other this morning," I announcedAN (To bo continued) boats oft of the river the farmer has I Tl .-adv.YER .
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helped to improve. ---- --

The United States Senate has pusHtui -
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: only the beginning hits been madein the Gooding Dill (Senate Bill

? this direction. The building of a 2327) to eliminate this unjust discrimination / I LIKE YOU A5 LOOt '
k The mere submission to the
people
great state requires capital, and it which the railroad FOLKS A Fig! CUQL.VBMT WEAK IN TH' AM'-
by the last -session of the Florida '
U to the interest of Floridian to make in freight rates to meet water MARRYLl.YW GILL5 CURLY EXEANORSTURNED
t legislature\ of a proposed constitu- NOT
make Florida attractive to those competition. It will become a law as IN OUR I WHAT' TH' ME
tional amendment for all
to preclude i I who POBHCSS capital and control its soon as it is pasesd by the MATTER? DOWN
time< atatc-hnposed income and Inheritance I distribution. And capital is very sensitive Representatives when Congress TOWN o AGAIN -
taxes'in this has
state, resulted -
to good treatment or badIt meets in December. r
in national\ and even international -
goes quickly and is invested whereit -
advertising for Florida which is welcome and as readily deserts IIKNRY FOR) HUTSINTEREST i is e
cannot be estimated in dollars and those : IN BIOTYPEWRITER ef
spots!! where sentiment seems .L
cents The Wall Street Journal, the antagonistic to it PLANT: So
New York Commercial and other re- [ Dumb
Florida as one of the national
liable and carefully edited financial I Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 2-Control
magazines expressed it, has stolen
of L. C. Smith Brothers Typewriter
publications, in which capitalists
j a march on all other states by'devising -
company, today passed to financial
everywhere have confidence
are predicting -
this amendment to its organiclaw. : By
t" that Florida will have an Influx Other states may take similar Interests in New City representedby 1
of Ford, Bacon and Davis. :Moro
. capital unprecedented in the
action hut
Florida. thought of it Edward
:; t, development of any state. I than $3,000,000 was reported involved .
I first and will the resultant harvest
reap '
in the deal.
All this publicity, favorable com- ; in wide publicity and veritable McGJIongfrMJTOCASTEJtJ (ill 1
| The
ment from reliable and authoritative ; avalanche of people with money to present name of the company ,
t will be retained. The concern's
sources, has come even before. invest in development. plant
L;,, ', the expression of the voters as to'], here turns out 50.000 typewriters a

'd the ratification thai DISCRIMINATION( : year
or rejection of I I BAH WHY LET THAT I

proposed amendment; the people' IN: FREIGHT lUTES DESTROY COTTON STALKS WORRY \QU J a THERS I YEA BUT I

will be called upon to ballot on this:I Interior Shipping I'oinM Pay Low PtCHTV OP FISH : ? DON'T WANT

question at the general election inj j|i Kate Seaboard Cities Enjoy I Early destruction of cotton stalksis SIN m'nucr> 7 ? ANY FISH

,: November Not onl;' has Florida al-i I one of the most effective single v A1NT etN CAt1GIR .
ready benefited In an advertising Washington :: Railroads of the methods of boll weevil control.

', way, but people with money have )I I! country are making a supreme effort The cotton plants should be com

actually begun moving their legal to secure and hold monopoly of all ; pletely plowed under just as soon as

? residence to Florida. in order that transportation throughout the Unit. the crop has been harvested. This (

I what they leave to posterity may not ed States) by keeping boats from cuts off the breeding of the weevil

"". be divided! with a state government{i iI operating upon rivers improved at

! or what they earn confiscated by tart i enormous public expense' and by PREVENTS INFECTIONThe : : Is

collectors.The I forcing the ['anamlcanal out of 'fa the greatest discovery in flesh healing
j'" marvelous Boroione, a preparationthat '
proposed amendment is attractive business. I I' comes in liquid and powder form. t
j j' to people of modest means I And they are forcing large numbers It Is a combination treatment that not

I as well)] as to the wealthy because it of people in the south, the only punfiea the wound of germs that
i cause infection but it heals the flesh with
also contains a provision which exempts : southeast and in the west who have extraordinary speed. Had wounds or

personal! property to the been and are being taxed by the fed- cuts which take weeks: ) to heal with the

amount of five hundred dollars or1' ordinary liniments mend quickly under

less from taxation. f I To Care a Cold In One Day the powerful influence of this wonderful
remedy. Price (liquid) SOc,60oaa$120.
Florida is in the course of develop- Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (T.bJ. .> It Powder Slit and 60o. Sold by /1, .t tau
alo"Ub. Cough aDd tkadjclM
tad
work*off th*
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ID.1Y. OCTOBER 10. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACK THRKI

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JM Catarrhal Deafness during Oitolwr. The first will come'' cost the people in Florida hundredsof

Is often caused by n>I. InlUmed condition Oilober '">, .v hen the iinuunl city! el." .- thinisnnda of dullard\ und are sent

New of Florida in Short Paragraph of the rrrncou lining" of the Iuatachlam tionMll tako pl", '('. A mayor is t.. till over the United Stiitm to prospective enutne
Tub. When this tti' --.-..a.w.._, ._.--.._-_._,.*!_._...th<.rMM. t" lUarlnit Unless the Inflammation can missioner Willis ('astung: and two und four color booklets appeal to the
be reduced your hearing may'" d*> I '
Live State News etrcyed forever.114LVe city commissioner will bo elected to' angler, and he climbs on" Pullman
1 CAT.VHnil MED1CINB: will succeed Commissioners E.: R. Stems j und rides and rides und dreams .of -
.J do what we claim for It-rid your yttfnjof
L;.. -'- ____ "" ,____.... Catarrh or Deafness caused bj and Louis Styles, whose two-year the wonderful big black bass ho i is : .L5iASP."RIN

Told by Our Exchange. Catarrh Sold by all dniKirlats for over 4n T earti'ber terms expire on that day. Another I !going to catch upon reaching that
F. J, Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio I election will be held October 21, lake ho saw In the three color folder"

_..u.n.m 'n.n.nn.'m._. when a $15,000 bond issue will bel i He reaches\ his destination and ,iC I .
of Commerce. At a mass meet- voted on to !purchase a high, school he hud gone over to tho freight or i
|l, hind-- Stetson University will Tampa--Deputy Sheriff John Pitt- ing the other night, CO men signedup site for nn additional high sChooll) express office: he Would have seen

Xv,' the largest enrollment this man of Pasco county, who was shot and it was the opinion of organ! here. The third election will be heldon more black bass in barrels and boxes Say Bayer Aspirin"INSIST
its history, according to a few days ago when he attemptedto 150 would be in the I
that
r m zers more this same date to vote on a $357- going North than hu could catch in
all Carson Enrollment has been halt an automobile containing W. new organization before the next lateral : Unless
000 bond issue to provide a year, because these bass were you sec: the
rt", ularly heavy in the law andy C. Miller, cannier of the Crystal Riv- meeting. Tho mass meeting voted to roads in the vicinity of Tarpons, caught: In traps and seines and ho "Da>er Cross" on tablets
of the in- er Bank !is said to be rapidly recovering and the you
wing departments put
; employ a paid secretary Springs, which are not provided for has only a rod and reel and artificial are not getting the
the dean stated.Lnke in a local hospital. The deputyand real developmentbasis. genuine
tunun organization on a
in the county rood program. I lure.efle came down for a little sport
extensive his men were laying for a rumrunner Plant City is said to be the and the first day's luck he will have, I Bayer Aspirin proved safe by
Worth-An
and street at the time of the shooting. largest city In the state without a Tallahassee Governor Ilardee will be wet feet and nn empty Itt,>m- millions and prescribed by phySiCians
Ivmur 1: (program! building pro- Miller told officers ho though he was Chamber of Commerce or Board of appointed the following; named for 24 years

huu i 'is being planned for this place. being! held up and therefore fired. Trade.St. delegate to represent Florida atI ach.The
tai.. I work is now being completed the Pan-Amerlean! Commercial Congress I chambers of commerce and rte' Accept only a

ppamtory to advertising and4atdmg Bradentown Pledges to build Petersburg-"Winter visitors" held in Atlanta October boards of trade all over Florida a S Payer: package'

contracts for approximate- more than one hundred houses for or "winter residents" are the terms 1 to 4: K:. R. Malone, J, S. Rees. few years ago forced the legislatureto /

t, ,, miles of new streets and al- rent or sale between now and openIng adopted by the local chamber ofcommerce Lewis Daor. R. F. Mitchell S. O. pans a law prohibiting the ship which contains proven directions

.... ,aid the widening of streets al- of the winter season have been to be'applied to those Collins, Paler<< Kosnnco, !M. E. Savage ping of quail, deer and turkey out of n.tnch"Il"y..r" boars of 12 tnhlrt

fiil.v built. obtained as the result of a movement spending the winter here, instead of Hoxvard Cawthon, J. B. Camp- the Htnto. Also IxiUlus of it and KM)-DniKgmUi5ir

started for better and more ade- the word "tourist." In letters and bell, Ray Neal Hurry Wells. W. It.( WhFlorida wanted tourists, ? ... '.V* Dale mark. ".'" M.nn.
Detlmtak Springs-After Judge .
.
quate facilities in this city. Oraanllations of the chamber of comercethe the UuamiMiiracSrieiue .'.. of IInll.U.'d'
had the literature I Leonard, S, E. Rice, Harry Marks game was a big drawing card
directed
Campbell
I." .I I verdict in favor of J. J. Ward, and individuals behind the word tourist is being carefully I; W. II. Milton, It. D. Damn, M. W. for the sportsmen nnd the inventor nan proved that meat properly -
movement express belief that the avoided, and it has been suggested l\onrot'.Y.! L. WuUon, PhelpsVit- und the future citizens of Florida,
.
county commissioner, charg- mixed in the that, with greenleafy
rme"
number of new structures will go to St. Petersburg merchants hotels ion, Into Gate, Lester Wells, T. G. so a l taw was passed prohibiting the
from Waln vegetables is healthful food.
itli obtaining a
money '
under false even higher than those called for by and apartment owners that they follow Bishop, 1 1.. A. Fraleigh, L. S. Harvard shipping and sale of its gumo in and

|tau 'county Attorney Thompson pretenses nolprosd the pledges.( this plan. Tho word tourist does E. II. Peacock Jr., J, J. Deed, out of the "tA,to. \'ou never miss )'''"water until

three- other indictments againste Key West-That Dan Cupid is a not describe the stability of the mn- Summer Kutch P. D. Sandlin, E. FLOIUS'rTE FAIR your well goes dry Likewise tho
jority of residents who come hero Baird, !\t. A Badon R V. Covington
former commissioner fast as well as a sure worker was re- farmer doesn't mint his crops until
vealed here during the month of Au- for tho winter, it is! declared. W. 1' lloltote, Dr. J. N. Fogarty. J. Jacksonville cooperation with I the insects or diseases destroy them

[ Tallahassee-The local Exchange gust, when twelve couples came all Clearwater-Central Pinellos county I1 1(. Tatum. J. N. Whltm-r, M\ W. the Florida. Development Board and i --

''lui' hah instructed its secretary to the way from Havana to Key Westto voted bond issues aggregating Davis: S;. Kendrick Guernsey, John I other organisations throughout the

bmmumcate with all exchange clubs get; married because of the delay $1,918,000 by overwhelming! majori- Fluke, Frank I Harris, Boyre Williams I state, including chambers. of commerce I COURTING BLINDNESS

the state asking each of them to that is made necessary by Cuban ties. The Clearwater district voted Di. C. L. Carter, C. M. Price, county highway beautification\ Ii what you are doing: when you neg

end' a young woman to Tallahassee laws. It is no unusual thing for cou- $908.000\ for a causeway from the W. J. Kllisworth: Dr. J. A. Garard'i boards, and federated! woman's clubs, lost twitching, watery bloodshot, lore
lompete" for the honor of queen of Louis Brown Albert that are interesting' themselves in eyes. Lcoturdi'4 Gulden Eye Lotion
ples to here from Cuba to
come get the harbor to
center of town across cures nearly diK" ". Cools
every eye
i. territorial costume ball to be married, County Judge! Hugh Gunn Clearwater Beach and a boulevard scll Tarr Edgar Wall, Charles A. beautifying and I cleaning up the heals and, strriiKtlu-na. Get "Lron-,

jjiven in connection with the centenial declared, owing to the complexity of across the peninsula to Old Tampn Faircloth, J.V.. Stephens, John Florida highways, the Florida State nrdi'n," It makes strong, eyes. At all

celebration here November 9-15. : marriage laws in Cuba. Bay The Dunedin-Ozona district Kinglinp, John R. Jack, Dr. I D. L.McSwoin. Fair Association has this year adop- druggists.

I -- roads und W. P. Frankling, E. J. ted a policy which excludes the use -BKA'lWARlTTIME 'TADLE-
Tampa-The Tampa Bay Assocla-\ voted $520,000 for new
Orlando-Another political party Etherldue: F. G. Mi-Mullen. T. T.Rees of signs, banners, tuck curds, etc. In
Jon, comprising west coast mission- bridges. The Largo district voted (In effect May 11, 1924))
will into here
come being accordingto James S. Richards, Charles 11. their advertising campaign.!
Iry of the Church fornew roads and bridges
; societies Baptist $400.000 Southbound-
announcements that have been Ketthcm, T V. Porter 11. It. Tatum The fair iitmociutum. has announced -
annual here These bond issues are additions to
Closed its meeting yes- made by committeemen in charge of Parker Henderson, J. II. Oilman..MORE that No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m.No. .
the
no signs regulation
bond issue of almost except
with Sun- the
rday a protest against county
3 11:02 a.
arrangements for a meeting called m.
a) bathing beauty contests and three million which is being spent BLACK BASS pouter panels at advantageous No. 21 Cedar 5:00() ,
for Key
this
city September 27. Principles ; : p m.
the will bused ..
points throughout state
Mrs. O. K. Reaves of for roads and bridges. !
(ambling. of the proposed organization, I IN UMIUKI.S THAN No. 15, Limited 1:10: p. m.
this in the advertising
Tampa, was elected president, and which is expected to take permanentform Bradentown. E. Sands and J. IN STATE: WATERS campaign. year Practically all of tho advertising I! NorthboundNo. -
for the
|!t Petersburg picked next
at the gathering, will be simi- have been 2 reaches Stare: 5:08
onvention. B. Wilson, of Clay county, (By Hugh Gulley in Tampa Times) appropriation will be devoted : a. m.
lar 19,those set forth by the Confer- visiting South Florida counties in the I to nn intensive newspaper No. 4, 4:20: p. m.

Key West-Miss Elisa Sanchez ence for Progressive Political action, interest of having state road No. 3 Tourists come to Florida" by the campaign which will include 135': No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m.

tut- heen elected queen of the carnal held in Cleveland, Ohio, July 4, this extended as a part of the Atlantic thousands in automobiles and Pull- daily and weekly papers over the No. 10, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
and Muck bass North by the
| ,LI, be held here early next month year. coastal highway'through Florida over mans go state and the southern portion ofGeorgia. Wanneo BranchNo. -
tons packed in barrels and boxes by
"Miiection with the San Carlos route of road No. 3 The Atlantic 101 leaves Stnrko 7'40 a. m.
Fort Myers-Construction of Lee freight und expl'l'Sl.Fvery .
.
flu atre international celebration. costal highway begins at Washington No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
i-- :Sanchez received more thanouhie county roads provided for by the 1>. C., and runs through: Richmond : town in Florida gets out n I A water system;; )--i.hr1;; : ; ;; und 1 1in T. J. GRIFFIN,

the number of votes given $1,250,000 bond issue some weeks Wilmington! Charleston, Sa- booklet telling about tin wonderful, the homo light" as lauds, saves !I 'Agent.

jlei nearest competitor. Her total ago is expected to begin within a vannah and, Jacksonville. The Clay black bass fl hnl; !. These<< booklets! ,' breaking bin k"i nnd,; thieis heads.' ',
short time. The bonds being
; Miss are countinns would have road -- -- -- -- -- -----
n ll)8U.-!) ; 2,150,375 for _
fin iiu n Quetglos.v printed and as soon as they are No. :3, now extending through to Or- u.

ready the buyers have announced lando, built through Kissimmee, The New York' Giants National League Pennant Winner
\ c r.t Palm] Bench-Acquisition ofF they will turn over the money for Unities City, Lakeland, Plant City, -- _
..
v('i glades Telephone Company them, after which the contractors Tampa and thence) to Braduntown.Dajtona Y : ,

8 I the iirst stop towards connecting are expected to begin operation .

>.',,i-t and West coasts of the promptly.; Projects provided for by -Franklin N. Wood, of !; "

|tin, >. liv a telephone line across the the bonds will give the county good Seabreeze, whose friends: recently .:t l ''I. \ -or.:,.: 1\\ \.

rl I.d, ii ;is announced here by the system of roads, it is stated. nominated him Poet Lauraeatc of ; .... .. ..... V

nth, ( in Bell Telephone Company. Florida," today announced that his \ \ "j6. j ,,, f /.t:

'of< "ruction! of the line will begin as Tallahasssee An appropriation latest book entitled "Florida and 1&\ ; \ .. ,
.. > ,' "" ,, I, ., -,
has been voted by the Tallahassee -
0''" ,materials can be obtained, T. "
i Other Poems now l III on the press ,..if f "' .
-
i J.,Hao, local Bell manager, states. Exchange Club to be used in clean- and will be ready for distribution ,:' I .. ?} "
around the Natural l I
ing Bridge "
up .
of legal \ ., t
xhortly. '
Following 'j \
years \ I
I"jalld-Foundatlon standards for Confederate monument, erected with practice In' Chicago, Mr. Wood! came .' .'..., .. .\ \ \\ ..., "..' ". ... \ .. ,.,,
,i White Way on Indiana avenue funds appropriated by the legislature I .t-' ... :::;;" -
ia\>. been laid and the work probab- : to Seabreeze over two years ago in ; '' .. "k "' \ ..... h ; ;- '\ .
in 1921. The monument, standing the J ,( .\7.. ; .' ...
search of health. Inspired >:y ._ .... ;t\ ., I
II !'K within the !o
next '
w completed( iIIp.
In the of Woodvillo in "
vicinity
beauty of his home surroundings until ...tho... .', ... 1..._ r..I"......... '.,. -' ', ,I .
et do s. Chairman lion stated that southern Leon ..... .. .. \ ','
county commemo- by frequent motor trips through .W. ; ......:......-. ,.. ..
\ I' ..
e expects to see the n..w"hlte rates the battle of Natural bridge ..... ._ ,.' I. .
>>,'a;} entirely completed and lightedy I In which the. union forces were defeated peninsula Florida, he again took upa -".- >.:!fr' f t4 '. r" \'\:, ..11!.!:.:..J.., I.- ..
long neglected pen, and his poems ", )7 "
the first of the month. West In- 1 .. '' -
back their
and driven from "
found ready sale to some of the fore- I ;, IraI
... I'.J!
iana the first of number of < : 'Ir" ,
i I. a march toward the state capital. most journals of the land. I' :' .. ') ; .
&lacks be White
to lighted by Way 101, 75 "
I "" "
nere. i Saracota Increased telephonerates Fort Peirce-The St. Lucie county _, rem a ;awfaarg s." rw" :

Gainesville-Prospects of continu-I' recently granted the Penin- commissioners found themselves at

I high prices for corn and pork are sular Telephone Company will go Into variance with practically civic ..
every
nuking Florida farmers to take effect here on October 1. An-
body in the county and in a definite
very possible step to save and project nouncement of the increased rates break with the city government over t HIS BUSY SEASON I IL JMA0.K

from weevil ravages all of their follows the hearing here on August the construction of automobile park-
resent unusally late corn crop. Re- 21 by the state railroad commissionat house -=
Ing sheds on the county court
:guests are being made upon countygent" which there was no opposition to lawn in Fort Pierce. Representativesof
and specialists of the Florida the request of the telephone com- individuals
the civic bodies and many
College of Agriculture for reliable pany for the revised schedules. Un- YOUR
voiced vigorous protests
Information how best to protect der the new single business tele- sheds CHOICe uiici.
against the construction of the
air corn phones will cost $.1,50 a month, .
commendation of the
but no protestswas
single line residence telephones! $3. ,
Fort Myer.--Real and personal heard from any of the county \

roperty assessments for this year New Smyrna-Announcement has commissioners. One commissioner .

tai $9.297,260, according to nerds been made that the Florida Audubon outspokenly disapproved strongly of .

made public by C. J. Raby, taxIISt'uor. Society will give a $100 reward for' the objections. The commissioners,

These figures represent an Information leading to the arrest of however voted to take the matter

crease of $1,720,000 over last the party or parties responsible for Under advisement, but said that the

ear' assessment valuation. The of than motion did not mean that work
the recent killing more 1,200
'
pad growth of Fort Myers is indi- pelicans on Pelican Island in Mos- would' cease on the construction of s ale SY 0Tu

ted by this year's assessments aa quito lagoon. In offering the reward the sheds.

Compared with those of 1020 which Gilbert Pearson, president of the Tarpon Springs-Thret- elections

tiled only $5,885,350. Audubon Society, said that he visited are scheduled to be held in this city I

Pelican Island in and
; person
Miami Beach-Van Allen Harris
counted 1,.09 dead pelicans, which
jia tendered his resignation as city
had been assaulted and beaten: too I 75' yearslJelve
nanager of this city, to become effective
death with Clubs.
November I, He has held the Proven

position 14 months. He gave as his Plant City-Progressive citizens it Good For

easim for his action "the members here last week were concerting their

|cf the city council are not unanl- efforts toward organizing a Cham-

t'"I of the opinion that Miami

bleach needs a city manager and also STAY YOUNGLack

be.ause the question may become a of health strength and energy *
hfiitil, I iiie this fall." show, n lines in the face
flabby! flesh and lack of muscular
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

PACK. POUR
William Reddish returned' last week. and Graham with relatives.
Alvarez and Miss Hilda Mrs.
Aileen home Monday' from New Smyrna Romie Johns, of Lake Butler, visited Zell and Vurn Duke, of Dukes

: i.a..1. Struth Frank, bridesmaids.Pomeroy, of Jacksonville,,, where she has been spending a few Miss Rose Johns here Sunday spent Sunday here with friends an.i
;r tzc: relatives. afternoon.Mrs. relatives.Mr. .
: Clifton Brown, of Tampa, Joe Dal- weeks with
'
) .
Johns the week and ilr Strayhorne ".t
C. A. spent
Florida] Le-
0\., iei.x ton, of the University of Mrs. Sallie Reddish and sister, end in Starke with her father N. J. Waldo, spent Sunday here with their
Roy Roan, of Tampa, groomsmen.J. Mrs. Hattie, Black visited relative! Moore who was seriously ill. Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. E.. M. Hazen
T. Moore, of Lawtey, best man. .
in Jacksonville Sunday. Moore has many friends here who Mrs. Alice Oliver is spendin,
Lucile Smoak,, ,
Lillian Sternberg,
,, awhile Palatka with relatives.Mr. .
lie
.. -- will be pleased know that is
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-- went to Gainesville -
'Mrs. John Howe
flower girls.A.
of Tampa,
and Mrs. G. B. Colson, Mr:!
IMlOIlCM 29 Hlld IOU Z, Adkins, Jr., ringbearer. last week after spending a few improving.
children
. Messers. D. II. and Willie Dow- Eugene Long and spell
Frank Carpenter, Eugene Mat- weeks here with her daughter, Mrs.
i ,.. Louis Taylor, Mrs. Joseph ling, of Hickory, Ga., W. J. Roberson Sunday in Alachua.
Miami
LUNCHEON Wilson, of thews, Gerald Middleton, A. A. Smith.
,, MRS. JONES GIVES I Nicholas, of Nashville, Tenn., Miss Thomas ushers. T. V., T. Lynk and Joe S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan amt.!

FOIl MISS MATTHEWS Thelma McKinley, of Campbellton, Singers, : Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod and motored to Gainesville and son, Clarence, spent Sunday evening!'
Mrs. B. L. Blanchard were visitors Hawthorn in Lake Butler. -
Sunday.W.
C. Jones a beautifully Misses Florence Matthews Jacksonville.
t Mrs. DeWitt gave Miss Sutton, L. Briggs, of
appointed four course lunch- Aileen Alvarez, Hilda Struth, Violin, D. P. Carpenter. to Keystone Heights and Melrose I. Deaver spent Wednesday In Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Boatwrlght

7 eon Friday, at 1:00 p. m., in honor Alice Tharln and the honoree, Miss Accompanist, Miss Ethel Griffin. Thursday.C. Gainesville' for medical treatment.L. Vasco Hazen and Ruble Gainey en-
I. I.,. Johns was 'Business visitorto joyed Saturday evening at the hom.
Matthewsalovely
;,t of bliss Jeannette Matthews. and PAST PRESIDENTS' DAY AT S. Hill spent several days In Starke Saturday of Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Green.
bride-to-be. The luncheon was given Tea guests: Mrs. G. W. Brown Union county last week transacting I
., at the home of the hostess' Bister,, Mrs. L. H. Hill. WOMAN'S CLUB business. I BROOKER Mrs. K. A. Weeks spent the week
Peek Jefferson street,, I end In Starke with relatives an.!
Mrs. S. L. on The Starke Woman's Club had an
,. and this pretty home was made !MRS. WAINWKICIIT BRIDGE auspicious beginning of the club Air. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs Brooker, Oct. -H. P. Gainey friends.E. l

1" .Y more attractive by many beautiful ENTERTAINS AT on Wednesday afternoon, when Catherine Teare motored to Gaines- and Guy Long spent Tuesday evening M. Hazen, W. H. Harrell, A. L l

\\; flowers used for decoration. :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright entertained the year first meeting of the year was ville Wednesday and spent the day in Starke. Green, L. R. and II.: P. Gainey anti 1

, The company was favored with complimentary to her daughter, held with the past presidents of the with relatives. Mrs. Bertie Raisiere, of Lawtey, P. A. Crosby spent Monday in

.t two exquisite voice numbers by Miss Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, club as honor guests. R. R. Thede was transacting busi- who has been spending some time Starke attending to business.

Elizabeth Brownlee the first being and Miss Jeannette Matthews! a pop- The business session yeas efficiently ness in Jacksonville Thursday.Mr. here with friends and relatives, returned = Mr. and Mrs. Bales Sapp who has .

/, "Sweetheart," by Powell and the ular bride elect, at the Woman's presided over by the new presi- and Mrs. G. T. Torlay and home Monday. been spending sometime in Miami .

''f, second "Just Because of You," by Club, Tuesday afternoon, from threeto dent, Mrs. J. H. Ritch who in her three children, of Melrose and Ceo. Alvin Wasdin, of Sampson, spent returned to their home here last

\ Mary Helen Brown. Miss Brownlee'svoice six. The decorations were of green I opening remarks asked for the cooperation Tucker, of Graham, were guests at the week-end here with his wife.J. I week. .

:i is a clear, sweet soprano, and and gold, golden rod, black-eyed of all the club membersin the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. W. Andrews, Jr, of Starke,spentTuesday H. E. Thomas spent Monday in

'. her voice numbers are always heartily fjusans and ferns being used effectively the present year's work. The roll Blanchard Saturday and Sunday. here.A. Waldo attending to business.Mr. I
appreciated.The call showed a membership of seven- A. Hazen, of Gainesville, spent
luncheon guests were: Mes- The hostess, !Mrs. Wainwrightmore ty-four. I Mrs. R. M. Tracey and daughter, the; week-end here with: relatives.] and Mrs. Reassy Holden came

dames A. M. Darby, S. L. Peek, J. an embroidered dress of sand Reports from the various depart Dorothy, of Orlando, spent several Mr. and Mrs.'C. J. Crews, who here from Waldo last Monday to

It. Ritch, T. J. Alderman, E. K. georgette, and Miss Matthews was ments show that plans have been days here last week with friends. has been staying in Jacksonville for make this their home. They will occupy -

Perryman, A. Z. Adkin, J. M. lovely In a !gown of blue georgette, made for an interesting year and i it awhile returned home last week. the Edd Crosby place.

i Brownlee, O. L. Beasley E. S. Matthews I while Mrs. Clark wore a becoming I 115 hoped that all the club member Will Edwards, of .Jacksonville, Guy Long! spent Sunday Evening The fair is an institution that

-- J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, Misses frock of yellow georgette and lace. will avail themselves of their opportunities was a visitor here-t.-Thursday.W. In Graham with friends. should have the Interest, cooperationand

Elizabeth Brownlee, Aileon Al- I I To each of the honor !guests Mrs. by attending the meet- E. Torode and L. H. Hill were Misses Mattie Ogden and Laura good will of every person in the

varez, Mary Curtis Williams, of Wainwright, presented a bridge set, rigs. The speakers who are to come transacting business at Kingsley Wynn spent the week-end at Starke community county or state.
Key West, and the honor guest, .onltl to- Mrs. E. M. Johns, who made! have a message for all of the mem- lake Thursday.Mr. .
_
Miss Matthews. ( high, was given a buffet scarf, whileto bers. --- u
'. Mrs. G. !M. Sistrunk fell the consolation The music chairman announcedthat and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and ;- --
U. I). C. :MEETING prize, a centerpiece.The her department has arranged daughter, Miss Wilma, left 'Monday $-Save-$-Save-$-Save-$ $-Save-$-Save-$-Save--$. 'i I''

The local U. D. C. Chapter met hostess, assisted by Mesdames i i for a chorus, under the direction of for an auto trip down the East '

r Thursday afternoon at the home of Florence Powell, P. E. Canova, E. E. I Mrs. A. E. Wall, which will culminate Coast. They expect to spend a few I; ; .
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',' Mr S. E. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Cnnova, Misses Aileen Alvarez and i in a concert to be given early days with relatives, and visit placesof 1 = ,

9' .and were charmingly entertained by Blanche McNeil, served a delicious in November for the benefit of the interest as far down as Miami. cr (; +

the gracious ho te ses. salad course of ice tea, saltine building fund. Members of this the '
Fred Boyer, of Baldwin] was
Among other business transacted cheese Mills and frozen fruit salad. I chorus will pay one dollar and fifty !guest Saturday and Sunday of L. H. I \ $ '
f r delegates were elected to the General The invited guests were Mesdames cents in advance to cover cost of: Jr. I '

Convention to be held in Savannah Herbert C. Ritch, C./ A. Knight, J. L. I music and salary of director. Hill, i1 ..y t ,

next month. Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick, Peek, S. L. Peek, T. J. Alderman G. I After the business was concluded Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were ;

( Mrs. }Florence Powell and Miss Etta M. Sistrunk, E. S. Matthews, L. the president turned the meeting ) Visitors to Starke Monday. I I ;
+6I
Tlson. were unanimously eTected to Wyman, J.V.. Andrews, Jr., E. L. I over to Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, who r
represent the W. T. Weeks Chapter\! Biggs: O. L. Haynes, J. L. Frazee, most graciously introduced the pastpresidents ) Isom Reddish, of Plant City, was J1 1 t
at the coming convention. After the G. M. Inman, Florence Powell, N. who were present. transacting business in Lawtey sev- Il .,.' ,

business session, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez ( Sternberg, O. L. Bensley, R. J. I Mrs. II. C. Richland, who served eral days last week. t

i read an excellent historical>, paper I Davis, E. M. Davis, C. F. and J. C. the Mothers' Club so faithfully as; Miss Vivian Dinkins, of Jacksonville I I ( I 1 1bseice 1r '

entitled "The Spirit of Jetfersonliavls. I Hoover C. A. Futch, W. E. Davis, A. I president, was first introduced. Her I spent Sunday here with her
\' ." Anderson E. M. Johns, E. R. beautiful talk and her I II
\y. ( response In a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Penny Din- II
I, The hostesses assisted, by Mils Neff, E. E. and P. E. Oanova; F. L. 'lovely presence was an inspiration to kins. II I

Elizabeth Brownlee served a most Turner, F.o'. Stump A. S. Crews, !all. Expressing her pleasure at be- I

tt"i" tempting salad course consisting of A. Z. Adkins, J. M. Mitchell, Edward ing invited to the club meeting and Commissioner L. H. Hill attendedthe

chicken salad, saltines potato chips, Bums, J. M. Alvarez L. E. Jordan, her pride in all her friends who had county board at Starke Monday. I i

beet and cucumber pickles, ice tea, of Ovclilo<< Misses Hilda struth, accomplished such great things for ..wnqi f
coffee with Mable Weller, Mable i I R. M. Tracey, of Orlando, was a SdVSftb'I I
hot chocolate and whip- Corolyn Fripp, the club, she suggested and urged
I visitor here Sunday.F. .
ped cream. Edwards, Aileen Alvarez, Florence that the club add to its already I

Those enjoying the afternoon with Matthews and Alice '1 harln, Mrs. J. splendid !group of departments a literary H. Long, of Starke, was trans- : I Conscience talks to all-.but few have'he courage I
the hostesses Mesdames O. E. and Miss Lois Eford, would make I
were: Corpening department. This acting business hew Friday.
L. Haynes, Paul E. Canova, W. E'I of Winston-Salem, N. C.HAPPY I for greater cultural opportunities I I to obey. The man who has strength of will l to regulate I

\ Davie A. Z. Adkinn, O. Beasley. J BIRTHDAY PARTYIn ,I for our members. J. W. BalJintine, Who has been his affairs to conditions as they exist and saves I
M. Mitchell, W. L. Wall !Misses' I Mrs. Alvarez then introduced in farming here for the past three

Ettrt Tlson, Amelia Ray, Elizabeth spite of the rain, Marion Fran 'i turn the following past presidents: years left Saturday for New Jersey regularly soon finds that conditions change.--and always -

Brownlee and Olive Itay. cis Williams, was seven years old, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. R. A. where he has secured a position. for the better. ,

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins invited the Saturday, October 4th, and In orderto Weeks, Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Frank Green, of Plant City, was
Chapter to meet with her the first celebrate this achievement, and in''I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. Each one
j
of Mr. and Mrs.
I Wednesday in November, and the Invitation compliance with Marion's modestly )I gave an interesting resume of her Charles the guest Dinkins.Sunday Conscience.says SAVE!..-So why don't you start I

was gladly accepted. expressed wishes his parents .' Mr. term of office thus bringing the history this week) This institution 4
cent on sav-
! ENTERTAINS and: Mrs. Tom. S. Williams, gave avery i i of the Club up to date. All of Mrs. E. E. Barthlow and children, pays per i

MRS.FOIl MISS HTEUMIKW: MATTHEWS delightful little birthday party ,I the talks showed enthusiasm and of Middleburg, were guests Saturday I ing"]accounts and stands ready to assist its depositors '

for his friends. The rain somewhat love for the club work and were inepirational and Sunday of her parents, !Mr.
I in
Complimentary to bliss Jeannette marred the occasion as it preventedmany i to the hearers. Mrs. W. H. Biggs. many ways.

Matthews, Mrs. N. Sternberg entertained from coming and soiled to a | Letters from Mrs. Ella La Fon-
the 20th Century Card Club great extent the out door games that J tisce Burco the first president of, Miss Mattie Harley, of Starke, -

and a few friends Thursday evening, had been planned as the principal the Mothers' Club and from Mrs. J. spent Sunday here with her parents, .
Mrs. A. II. Make This Bank
:
Mr. and Harley.Mr.
Coral vine and pink roses in baskets! entertainment. But an abundance ofIce | R. Halligan, who served the school

and wall vases added to the beautyof : cream and cake made it a gala I land Civic Club as president, were rind Mrs. C. Y. Mayo left Your Bank r

the rooms. day in spite. of the weather, and all : read. Each expressed pleasure at Monday for Jacksonville, where Mr. i U.

Tho honor guest, Miss Matthews,,, present had a grand good time, a:* I l receiving the invitation to be present Mayo is employed with the Gress
wore a dainty lavender frock and the indicated by the merry laughter and and told of their interest through I Manufacturing Company.

hostess Mrs. Sternberg was gownedIn shouts of glee that rang through the I the years in the development of our !I

black georgette finished with house until the children had to go to II club and their joy over the things Shipments of fall string beansare I j t

beads. their own homes. accomplished. now going forward. E. E. Burney Bradford County Bank a }

The guest prize, a hund-ombrold- Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Mr
ered apron, was won by Mrs. D. T. White, assisted Mrs. T. S. Williams I I hour with our past presidents, Miss 58 hampers, which brought $162.75 j I''I i Established 1889' '

Clark, of Jacksonville, and the high In serving the children and adults Ethel Griffin rendered a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Carl-Prevatt have the I ;:
club prize was presented to !bite K. with and cake. All the cream .
cream Piano
solo, "Souvenir, and a chorus sympathy of the entire community "Bradford County's Financial
Stronghold"9aAeSta.tscge.tes
L. Biirga, this prize being a dainty and cake that the children could eat sang charmingly: "Who is Sylvia7' in the death of their three-weeks old II IF
embroidered buffet set. Among the outdo this of the' I
part programme: (Schubert). The chorus was com- daughter, which occurred last week. I I
gentlemen Mr. G. M. Inmun won exceedingly' popular with the little posed of Mesdames Knight, Birgi, I I \11
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high prize, a knife. Mrs. O. L. Beas folks and was not treated with 'Dnvi.i., Powell, Long and Miss Ech.il SAMPSON CITY \ --=-- r-
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ley made low and. was consoled 1 witha difference by the 'children of in-I Griffin, with Mrs. E. K. Perryman
I Sampson City, Oct. 10-Dogan
dainty handkerchief, and F. F. yenrn.Marion's. accompanist.
Nabb who is employed In Gainesville ,,
also made low and received
.Stump a
v guests were: Gloria I For the social half-hour the members
handkerchief A cut flower bas spent the week-end here guest GET YOUR MONEY
glass
Johns, Lucile Edwards, Helen Gray, were Invited to the sun parlor ) PROMPTLYINMAN
of his sister Mrs. W. H. Smith.
ket to the honoree, I
was presented
Dorothy White, Carroll White, Paul- :where they were served with deli
Jean Rosignoe and Willie VanNor-
Miss Matthews. & RITCH
ine Miner, ;Margaret Williams, Edwin cious chicken sandwiches, olives and ,
Delicious chicken salad, saltine, Jordan Jr., N. T. Ritch, Jr., ice tea. ren, of Jacksonville returned to their REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

pickles hot chocolate and cream was Thomas Ritch, Stanley Bennett, Merrill Hostesses for the afternoon were, home Saturday after spending the INSURANCE COMPANIES. FIRE

served by the hostess. The favors Futch, Roy Edwards, Theodore Mrs. A. W. Anderson, ;Mrs. J. W. week here with relatives and friends. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
for the. gentlemen were Duchess Young, Tom Williams, Jr., Yancy E. L. Harper and son, Willie and BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
I Andrews, Jr., Mrs. E. E. Canova, ,
Googe, of Lake City, spent Sun-
Ray
rosebud, and for the ladies, a tiny '
Williams, Jr. and H. II. Young.
Mrs. T. A. Brinson, Misses Aileen MADE
kewpie. bride. day here guest of Mrs. M. E. Goodge PROMPTLY
;Marion Francis received many Alvarez and Josephine Brinson. T. Lynk and Joe S. Williams who -
MRS. MOORE m'E8tCTIO: fine presents and had such a good the !! -_ -
are employed in Palatka spent --
BRIDGE PARTY time generally that he has expressed LAWTEY week-end here guest of their mother, "COULD BETTER FEKTIUZEB BE VASE WE WOULD HAIE IFJ.ty

a desire to have a birthday oncea Lawtey, Oct. 10-Mrs. J. H. Ta- Mrs. Josle Hall. 1Mb FilMlM .f th. oM .nlUU SIMOf PURE" tnt "(;11)1: BRANDS a...
:Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Lawtey, gave week for the next hundred years- ,. _UI J. FALL PRICES. .
tum and daughter, Miss Pearl of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith had as eel < 8tu4u QUALITT for U put fort rwn wtthhitS.
a delightful auction bridge party nil he will have least ....... PriM .. wiulihf.. .
we hope at one DeLand, were guests the first part their guest Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ritkt *lltr Not U< ch,.p.a+kit tin BEST la* nIta -
e Saturday afternoon, from three toy hundred happy birthdays but only AIM ... ptlMlbt INflKCTIClDBS. spa A!'Bas. DUSTS ud DUSTS.
of the week of Mr.] and Mrs G. W. Lonnie Morgan and children, of
six, complimentary to Miss[ Jeannette one a year.WEDDING. Roberts. Mrs. Tatum is enroute E Painter Fertilizer
I Brooker, and C. A. and Charlie .0. JUUoIlTiDe, Fb
; Matthews, whose marriage to Mr.
PLANS FOR THE home from North Carolina, where Smith, of Hawthorn. .
Marcus F. Brown will be an event of -
the 14th inst. BROWN- I.\TfIlEWS WEDDING she has been spending several weekson Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Deaver and -- -

account of her health. Miss Luella little son, Fred, Jr., spent Sunday
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At the close of several rubbers of
;Miss Jeannette Dorothy Matthews', Tatum. who has been the guest here guests of his parents, Mr. and SASH LUMBER BRICK LIME
bridge, the honoree was presented and !Mr. Marcus Frederick Brown, of i'of her sister, Mrs. Roberts, for the Mrs. W. I. Deaver. DOORS CEMENT
with cake
a hand-painted plate. Tampawill he married Tuesday past two months returned home Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Dowling and BUILDERS HARDWARE
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The hostess served chicken salad, p.1
the !
October fourteenth
at eight with her mother Tuesday.
I son, Willie, and] Wiley Roberson, of
pimento sandwiches, pickles, candied m., at the First Methodist Church, !" SHERWIN ......-
hot and ice Beautiful James F. Kickliter and family, of Hickory, Ga., spent several days _.. -
Cherries joll ea Starke Florida, Rev. L. B. Simpson, beN last week guest of Mrs. .Jos la .WILLIAMS .. foe
C pink cannas install Vaaei vah pastor, officiating. Starke, motored. to Lawtey Sunday PAINT, Baildie.
"* j I Hall and! other relatives.Mr. .
h used for decorating the rooms: N The attendants will) be as follows: afternoon.. ICY ANIZE. and
\ arid l1rkParrllh, of Wal
Those enjoying Mrs. Moore's hospitality Mrs. Bruce Norman, of Jacksonville I VARNISHES
Mr. and Mr. L. II. Hill and L. H. do, visited relatives here one day Repairing
i were: Mesdames N. Stern. matron of honor. Jr., were visitors to Jacksonville CONSUMERS\ LUMBER COMPANY\
f beg, E. S. Matthews, E. L. Biggs, J. Miss Florence Matthew,_maid of Friday. Pita Cured la 6 to 14 Day .

f W. Andrews,,Jr., A. Z. Adkins. S. L. honor. I thvttfM nfond mon.T If P A2O OINTM ENT tall* STARKE, FLORIDA
J. Miss Shriver Miss John Con of Brooker transacting Jo'"\eun Itchion. Blind. Btodlnt or Protndla*
t" Peek, E. M. Johns, O. L. Haynes :Marguerite was PUw. btMMJ*' nltewM Itching PUM. rat you
1'-' M. :Mitchell, O. L. Beasley, J. E. Dorothy Edwards, of Miami bliss: business in Town Wednesday. caD 5.5-"'" aleep after Ont .ppllca oa. tia. I r

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA
PACK! P1v.

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Miss Sidney, ofJacksonville is a Anyone who is interested in the FOR SALE .
!
-Jerscy-Holstein match: (mlh.a t quarter except W.it 4 aen ntnl
guest of her cousin Mrs. Anna M. Buick automobiles and desire a demonstration cow with calf. Good West half of Southwest quarter of South
young milker. ...
Bits of LocalInformation Kelly, at Kelly Kottage, Kingsleylake. of the latest models, will| J. Ileenan William, Starke. t quarter of Southeast and South quarter half .xv or"pt noethea.tquarter iv .......

confer n favor if they will call me 9-20-tf. In Northmat corner North of rmlnny ,....
lion 18, towiuhln 8. south Eiut.
race..2
at the Marion Hotel during the coming acres s......... llrooklyn Land Co. : 76

Mr. and Mrs. Burns are still enjoying week. Lake City Buick Co., J. C. FOR SALE-8-Tooni house and lot rnrllllcatf of Northeast No. tIM auartor.mbr._)I.aa Snuthwmtutwrtnr 10
aero
Kingsley lake. They will like- Buckwald. salesman in good repair in and out. Walnut In Nonhwut Corner and Kttml half of.Horth-

Concerning Our People, Business and ly spend the winter on beautiful I Street cream location, cash or Southwest mat quarter quarter and anil MnnhMut ilunthvaat quarw Smarter of of

\ Kingsley. The ladies of the Presbyterian terms. Address S. Southwest quarter except 10 aeraa In lIou'h.n.n..r -
of the Jay Brown, Box .
Progres County and Town. rs.t .....1011' m. luwnnhlp 8. south
church will give a bazaar and food 237 Plant City. Fla. !0-UMt. ,,,iliT ? Ea"' ""' acres' *M"*.ad I BrooWyntVrtino'alv .
Co
!Mrs. Clyde Alvarez of Jacksonville ale on the afternoon of Decemberthe \'
Nil. 43 embrac-i
spent the week-end with her 6th. Arrangements are being NTED-IIan: to go on farm with iunil<>r. of Southwest miartvr of Wes KorthwMt thfM
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-- mother, Mrs. Anna M. Kelly at Kel- made for a large collection of help to run two horse farm and quarter section 17. mnihli 7. south "n .
J. :M. Truby spent Tuesday in Mrs. Ada Sauers has returned fancy J" Knit an seta assessed. II. (.. u>wla.
home ly, Kottage, Kingsley lake. and useful articles. A good place to take caro of pecan grove, sharecrop r.-i-tillcato !\t". l.'l .mb.....-. Northeast
Jacksonville.Rev. after spending the summer in uuartvr of Northwest auart.r. Mtlon M,
Pennsylvania and New York. buy hand-made Christmas presents. D. N. Wainwright Stark" township t. noiiih range it But. 40 aurt> .
E. M. Johns will leave today for Fla. assessed B.: I.. tl ri ft,..
L. B. Simpson motored to 1010.2t"F'OR blockrti .... No. 100 .mkrariM lout 10. II of
Atlanta where he will
Wednesday.F. Mrs. F. A. Scott returned attend the Friends of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A, n. Trmpln aililltlon, to Stark* In
Monday
Jacksonville football game between the University Davis will be S\LE-One new improved 3- Northa quarur of Northwest iiuartar and
pleased to learn that
from DeLand where she the .art of West half of North.quarWr
was
-of Florida team and Georgia :roller cane mill. One West of railway
60-gallon and Northrant
they are enroute home from some of
F. Stump made a business trip guest of her W. A. Scott. Cali itouthvait
son, Tech.J. kettlo. Paul quarter of Northwest, uu.""'., Me-
sugar E.
Leesburg last Monday. fornia. They went out via the Santa Canova. Ion I". timiuhlp. .( .oiiih manse *i Gut,
to Starke. 10-10-2t. aMnrl :II... .""ron.. K.: Ilrook..
Gary Ennis, of the U. of F., spent W. White spent yesterday in Fe Trail through New Mexico and Unlnu said ...tlft..... shall IHB tviliwmml'
Arizona and aro' now returning via eronllnit to law tag di-eil. will until,. th.rton _
Miss Mattie Harley spent Sundayin the week-end with his uncle and Jacksonville, and wits. accompanied NOTICE OF APPI.irATIOV FOR TAX PEED: on 'hn! 10th ilay of Nov.mlnr. A. l> U.
with relatives. the Columbian and Lincoln Highways UNDER 8KCTIOV: 571 Of TUB!: Wll"*.. -1 offtol l ., CtI .
mnatur. tl
aunt Mr. !
Lawtey I and Mrs. J. W. Morgan.S. horn by his daughter, Miss Cassia, through Oregon, Idaho and GENERAL STATUTES Ihis the 7lh day! of Uotnb.r. A. l>. tart.19ea1) t

I who has been in the city for the past ll.Tvhy notice )I. rlv.n that A. X. A.IUn.purchMr U W. ALDRKMAK
E. M. Johns made a business trip T. Dell, Jr.. of Gainesville, spent two weeks. Wyoming, where they visited the or Ux .1.! eortlKmtni nnmtwnNlmprrtltvly Bradford Clerk Clrault Court,
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famous Yellowstone tat 151. 144, 217, BAD. aye 41 County Florida
National :
to Sarasota last Tuesday.Mr. the week-end with his cousins, Jas. Park;, 121 and l 1100, I..UO.I by the Tax Collector of, Lly C. A. KNIGHT
and on down to Chicago; Baltimore, Bmilfonl Cnunty. .'10.1"... 8ai,| cprllllmUMnumtwml Uepuy Clerk
William and Milton Brownlee Jr. Joe Dalton, of the University of 13.I mil. 1H4. 847 Sill" .nl 89fl h.- 10.lIloal.II.1
: and Mrs. Paul E. Canova Washington; and other places of In- Inv dated l July 4th. A. I>. 11U1. sad .M ...rUlle. -
Florida who ia attendant of the
an terest. They will ..... numbered ilit: snit 1(10 boln NOT UK
spent Thursday in Jacksonville. J. E. Adkins and son, of New River Brown-Matthews wedding, will be probably reach ct.l t.il July tint A. D IDliJ. hive filed Mlilertllliiit Th. board of bond trustee* of the town of
home early in November.At Stark, rlortrin will I
In my office unit have mad rvevlv bdU un the Illhilny
were among those attending to the guest; of Mr and Mrs. J. M. lillpntlon for tax fleet. to IMUO In .o ortliiiiuvvlth ap- at November: A. U. 1U24. at 3:110: p. m.,
Marcus F. Brown, of Tampa, spent business matters in Starke Monday. Mitchell while in Starke. taw.Sitlil far annruilnmuily I to.ouo gallon: of fuel oil:
20 bar roll nf semifleetenglne.
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luhrie.tlnx oil for
I otrtincntMi r 'wtivHy prnbmtM the
the Stat Farm i
the week-end here with friends. Sunday afternoon following l I.nd In Brn.lfonl Courtly. FlnrliU.Mucwiwl .. urn to loa .,pirov.d for Fairbanks

Miss Jennie Hull went to Jackson- The residence of Dr. E. T. Campbell there was a ball game betweenthe *.t In thv thw tlnto names of the rmiH iMilnnet
:Mrs H. C. Richard of Palatka, is ville Monday to spend some time I on South Walnut street is undergoing Waldo team and the State Farm imrtleuliirly nut ro'h.4"wII : furmiitlon miardln oil un which. bid H

here visiting relatives and friends. with her sister, Mrs. White, in Riv- repairs.! Sheriff Epperson and team unit the following persons of Cortllloiltf lot 4. ..*etli No.>n 7 1.1H, townnhlp embrace 7. South south range half J made,-rt any The and lloanl all bids rmofvu, th* rlvht to r*>

erside. family will occupy the dwelling as from Starke attended the game : 29! But, 40 aerv. aMminl I.. T, 8h..... I J. T. UUICLEY.C : .
Gerald John Cvrlllloato No. I*.I .nibrnc Northeast ; Chairman
Powell Carpenter motored to Middlcton Tye, Edward .
soon as the work is completed. quarter of Northwest quarter .ootlon UK. A MJTCU.

Gainesville Sunday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs Jack Mimlen, of I Edward, Billy Graham, Mr. and MrMttl tttwniihlr Cha.7, south. M. McKlnn more .21. E.... 40 .._, in-io-rit-ii.7. CI.....

Jacksonville, spent the week-end Mrs M. E. Edwards and daughter, Mrs. Jack Murden Mr. and Mrs .T. Nn, IfU embrace jr.CytlfValo Eiut halt and NotiCE TO HlUhr.US:
Joe Hill Williams, Esq., of Lake M. Alvarez, Miss Aileen Alvarez, Vr.Tl .half of Southwtxt garter Mvtiiin 10.\ The lawn council uf lb. town nf fltarku.
with her
Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
parents, Miss Mable Bliss Lois Efird of
and tnwiuhlp 4. south ranvo 11 Call, 400 acme, Florida. will 1'\.1. hi,., tip to 71.10 n. mon .
Butler, was a visitor to Starke Tues Alvarez. Winston-Salem, N. C., spent Saturday Jim Kickliter Misses I Marguerite lumiuufit W. I', Cly.l.. .. flu Uth day of Nov.ntbi>... A. D. IN.
.... Shriver, Vivlrtto Floyd Florence Orliltoat*. No. U47 .inbfHOuM ottmmtmfllnK'nt and at that tllm the blila. to I... Diibllolyiipunvd.
day. in Gainesville and while there Northeast opener of Suuthi at tiunrt.r of '. for on. oni>-tam truck with sloe l
I Mrs. Annie Richard and daughter I I attended the' foot ball frame. Matthews, Ethel Griffin, Lucile Deal Hnuthwrnt 1 fat[ nor"r West (50 rat: dump hmly and coil, fully "iniuipuiHl. 11101.....
Mouth dun But .
'1 North 81)0 feet to furnlah all in Mumry Information on
Cot and Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. Bruce Norman of Jacksonville, Mildred Gill, Mr. and Mrs E. S. to bvvlnnlnir. lieu ton Ill townahl D. uthriinHi truck bid. on. lIMn mtut Inoluilw "'.,Ih cash
aJ Kant: 7 ....... Mm >,. fur trtieh and ...|. and nl-
Paul, spent Sunday in Gaines- I Matthews, Eugene Matthews Abe amtiii iKl N. R.: lilt tile anuiunt
son Mr. and ,
are guests of Mrs. E. tJ. H. A. Bishop has moved his family MtthonoVillfliat li.Afil on trndp.lii for tructoi. The Lest rd 1'''-
ville. Matthews.Mrs. to the Chace residence on West Call Bossc-nt Alvin Beck, Junius Smith ( .> Nn.:150: ") cnihrnoi'Ft North :rn" .rru.i tht rlirht b> "'J.'.' any, and nil |'|'|..
I and feel of NurtlicMMt quarter of tjiMllhWfHtiiuartin C !' IKIOVKIl.fhalininn .
Harold Wall. .
street. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Godwin I mid I'iu4t: 115 ft,>i nf Smithi'ii.1' iiunrtpr .if Town. ('"..noU
A daughter was born to Mr. and Joe Hill Williams and baby, will the I of tout h.1 quid ,tar of Hituthwint iiuiuU f A "KII'IVIII.'MMII. .
occupy upper story of this : >r and South hiilf of Northwest <|tinrtt>r of ( .; Cl'rk of rown Council.
:Mrs. A. Stearns on Monday afternoon of Lake Butter are the trues U of I j recently remodeled dwelling. CITY MILLAGK NOT I'ICIUUSJm:'!

Mrs. T. N. Llmbaugh and Mrs. H. ,

Brownlee. L.1 j The city millage for 1921 has been ('- .. .. .
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September, the 22nd
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Miami, is the a son was set at lti! mills, the same as collected -
born to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews I
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guest of her father, Col. W. T. Miss Mary Curtiss Williams, who I for 11)23.I ) It is estimated this mill-
of Miami. Mrs. Crews is remembered !
Weeks. has been visiting Miss Aileen Alva- j II here as Miss Ida Warren The age will bring In a total revenue of OVERSTREET'S GROCERY I
'
rez, left Saturday for her'home In young man has been named L. G. Jr. $lot.6 t\l.2\1.\ \' being divided! us follows:

Bob Demorest, Jr has returned to Key West. General fund, -1 mill*. I I

!Starke:> after spending the summerin I Koad and Mrs. Reed McMasters and two
the north.J. I Inter -t fund, 7 nullnSinkiriL .
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. ]
Children, of Tampa, will arrive to-
and Mrs O. J. Griffin and Owen ( found I I 1-2 nnllx.
I day to attend the Brown-Matthews
W. Andrews, Jr. and J. C. Rob- Griffin motored to Gainesville sun- Waterworks fund, 1 0111I.rENTAWDRD. i(1 CHAS. OVERSTREET
wedding They will be guests of (! Prop.INSURANCE.
inson motored to Jacksonville Saturday day afternoon. Miss Kate Livingston during their I ,

afternoon. i'I
stay here.
Messrs. G- W. Alderman, A. Z. I __ ____ _._ _._ __._. __ _
and Dress j : % .= : :::_= ._ ::: :
Hemstitching Making. Adkins, E. M. Johns and Miss Louise I
Col. and Mrs Joe Hill Williams ..
Terms strictly cash. :r.lrsII, M. Sny- Fernandez were business visitprs to i I
1 and little daughter\ of Lake Butler, I
der, Starke. 10-3-tf Lake Butler Friday. | returned to their home Sunday after- I b _


i B. F. Renfroe, of New River, was Misses Anna Canova, Mable Lou |' noon, after spending several daysat
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
attending to business matters in and Julictta Canova, of Jacksonville, '(:|

Starke Tuesday. are guests of Mrs. Faul E. Canova i Limbaugh.Miss FOR RENT-Modern house with 7

and Mrs. Florence Powell.S. I I rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L.
Mr. Todd and Frank Pomeroy of !Mabl Edwards will give a H.Purtridge. tf.
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the U. of F., spent Saturday evening E. Ritch has returned to Starke tea Saturday afternoon complimentary .
FOR) SALK: Jcrm-y Wakvlleld\ cab- Agency Established 1886
here with friends. I to :Miss! Jeanette :Matthews,
after spending the past six months huge and rutabaga Holstein
I j( whose marriage toIr.! Marcus F.I plant; -
with the Demorest Stock Co. in j
row with calf pair Indian
Edward Edwards, of Jacksonville Brown of Tampa, will br un event of ;
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Mrs.spent A.the Z. week-end Adkins. with his_ sister, I Virginia and West Virginia. I I the 11th of this month. I I.i'tsch Runner, northwest ducks, :200! of egg paved strnn.road O., J. R. DAVIS I & CO.


A daughter was born to Mr. and I Starke. 10-10-21V
The latest in bride's silveris
Mrs. Futch
W. II. Saturday morning 10-IO-2t
:Mrs. D. J. McLeod, who has been
William and Mary Design
Mr. Futch is connected with the ,
here on a visit, has gone to Jackson- .
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force on the state highway.Mrs. \ and the Virginia Carver de
ville to spent awhile. .. = =- = = .. ----
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sign. Mitchell's Drug Store
George C. Livingston, of I
Mr. and :Mrs T. J. Howze, of Tampa will arrive today for the11rown.Matthews carries both of these beautiful ,I f

r f Gainesville, spent Thursday here patterns well r.
wedding, and will as as a splendid :
tr.o ;
: looking after business. be t a guest of Mri J. M. Mitchell. line of cut glass and I I'I


! A. Z. Adkins spent several days Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Palatka, china... I ;I
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i first of the week in Levy county on and :Mrs E. T. Campbell, of Welnka, Among the University students j !
s business.
professional motored to Starke Wednesday to attending.. Florida-Georgia/ Tech

sv spend several days with friends and 'football game in Atlanta Saturdayare ,
Mrs. D. T.: Clark of Jacksonville,
? relatives. I :\Ies"r.. Gary Ennis!. Hollis I ,
Mr. and
is the guest of her parents,
l Knight; Maurice Lnngford Hal
f Mrs. N. D. Wainwright.
Frank Pomeroy, of the Universityof Mains. and John Langford.Miss .

Florida, will attend the Brown-
1 Mrs. Robert Tanner and little son, I I / I I 'III
Matthews and while Tiera i
} of Baldwin are guests of her mother wedding, Mable Edwards will entertain The .I I,1 ,
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
at tea
) Mrs. Laura Powell. a tommorrow afternoon
M. Mitchell.L. .
I honoring :Miss Matthews, at the

Etholin White was the week-end home of Mr,. A. Z. Adkinn, on North I

4 guest of Beverly Cady at Kingsley E. Miner came up from New i,, Walnut street. The affair j in being

Park, on Kingsley lake. Smyrna to spend the week-end with pleasantly anticipated. Secret I

his! family. Mrs. Miner accompanied I I I I
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Rev. L. B. Simpson and son, Sam him on his return trip as far as I I! Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and I' '/ I I

| spent :Monday and Tuesday with Jacksonville. i i: little daughter, Nettie, are in Tallahassee I Ili I

i friends at White Springs. having been called there to fear .i 111 r-- I, I

! A. II. Harley, of Atlanta, was In attend the funeral of Mr*. Dowling's I I

Levy Canova, of Jacksonville, Starke Saturday, :Mr. Harley was brother, Mr. Switzer Stroman. who ,

spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. engineer for the city when the pave- '| died. Wednesday at Kelsey City. I I

ment and system was under: -- -- -- I
and Mrs. E. E. Canova. sewage I
construction. No Worm In a Healthy Child ? II

| All children troubled with Wormi h.". in anhealthr J I
Miss Carolyn. Fripp spent the color which Indkam poor blood. .od sa
her Messrs. Cannon and Phillips, of rule. (her. \I. more or !... stomach: dioturbaooo.
week-end in Kissimmee with GROVE TASTELESS: !: chill TUNIC Inn of mind is the
tttulmilr In the back recesses every secret (fear that the day will when
the state road department were come
mother, Mrs. W. J. Frlpp. for two or tbre week will enrich: the blood. Improve -
business visitors to Starke Friday the dKeuloo, lad act u s General Strvngth- through accident, breakdown or illness the ability to earn a living will be It im'toften
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mind Tonla' to Ul whole ytenl. Nature wtll tb.n gone.
Hemstitching and Dress Making. looking over this section of the' throw off..diipel the want wail Ul.Chlld will be anyof us bring out this fear for a close inspection and mastery..-but it exists
Terms strictly cash. Mrs. II. :M. Sny- state highway.Mrs. In perfect health. Pleeuuc to tele too per brittle.U nevertheless

der, Starke. 10-3-tf ...and no better time than NOW will ever be available. I

W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. I

Col. D. E. Knight was a professional Brownlee. Col. W. T. Weeks and 666 The defeat of this fear is easy. It requires only strength of will to hush fear for all I

visitor to Jacksonville and Pa- Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Miami! spent a prescription for Malaria Chill time.JJA systematic plan of saving.--regularly putting aside a portion of what you earn :
Brooker with Mr. and
of the week. Tuesday at
latka the first
Mrs. R. A. Weeks. aDd Fever, Denfn or Bilious Fever.It I -is the way. Then later mabye an investment in first mortgage bonds-a guaranteed

Allen Canova. of Winston-Salem, kill the germs.COFFINS. I investment...which we have available./ ,I


N. C. recently visited his parents, :Miss Mrs.Dorothy J. L. Briggs Edwards, of, of Jackson Miami, _............... -..,. ., ............_ I II
:'Ir, and Mrs. E. E. Canova. and I I
ville who will attend the Brown- & CASKETS I

will be 4 per cent Compounded Quarterly .
Matthews wedding, guess
Monday
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent AM a rmfl Llm .*

I and Tuesday 1 irnJ-ckionyUle pith of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. U.J.'d.n'Hli... on Saving Deposits

her sister, Mrs. J.: L. Briggs. I

tar ,.. Judge R. A. Green, Charley' Johns, AUTOMOBILE BEARS

Mr.. and Mrs..y A&J;.. Thomas.*. ,M. Ti. f.K ndrick, Mrs. J. Harold DavisMr.'Sna Always 41. Ita.... n. beet .....

Mrs. Herbert Ritch were rtt.. a' the lowest prle*>. Sad ,.-
moved into town and are occupyingthe Madison among the vtiitors to the State rtmtion to ........... .e. BANK OF STARKE
house West
Cashatt n .ia B. (
Farm Sunday afternoon. vtet ry E..ka- I

street. C i THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE

Colds Cause trip and Inflow n. f>tato nt DM Not' Affect TBbeam Head DeWITT C. JONES ,
of Iu tonic mod La.U..ee t. LAXV l I ;
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Ttbtou remo** IVE: BROMO QUINTNT
the W.ce GKOVC-3_ There toucan.. ooJT oo." bos." -Ma 0uiDEo CS." .br ._ without. to w.Ql.QY/e.a'/e. s_aiCAauare 00 at bus.tsgtsgbtheheod. .' ......, J._. ................... ... --_.::: -.. -.- ,- --


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PAGE SIX BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 10. 1721.r .

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-- I IF YOU HAVE !Ii i branch; $30,000 station to be built and another 9500,000 for apartmentsand Sanford- Seminole county plant

,(M.l.ri..PII.SlcltH..d.eh..CoJ. .M here and at Sebring. hotels. I $1,000,000 road building program to

Bow.).. Dumb A...., Sour. Stomach be financed by future bond Is ue.
FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS .ad Bitching. ,Tour .food doc* not Babson Park-Scenic highway to Okeechobee City.=Construction of
aaimilat..u, a. nouTutt's appotl..
be widened 50( feet over distance of large saw milt about five miles Insurance payments help recompense -

-. -- ... -- .- I 300 feet. southeast of town to start soon. the insured in a financial way,
Pi11sJ but they cannot restore an arm, a
: AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE \ Pierce Contract awarded Stuart Construction of $50,000
Fort
will mMdy I leg 1lite or property lost through
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS:: FOUND 1 -- -- covering, uncompleted Fort Pierce- arcade and post office building soon carelessness.
TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. .
fpstations of the common whltefly Okeechobce road project. to be under way. '

I',-i' .. ._. citrus, ( ;;rlcan. rushed Twenty years ago the supposedly
--- -- I Jacksonville South Pacific New Smyrna-Work to be
of --
Dr. E. W. Berger/ entomologist popular method of obtaining votes
JAPANESE PERSIMMON""l tol by paying for the cost of car- the State Plant Board of Florida, Company, handling Chilian nitrate :| on Dixie highway south of town, ,I was to "bust" a trust. Now that they \

DOES WELL IN FLORIDA 'fudging. boxing and shipping. says that he has noted several instances of soda, to establish distribu- j:o rock laying commenced.JacksonvilleCornerstone. have all the trusts "busted," a lot of ,

The is said Pyrotol is a surplus war explosive in which the Red Aseher- thin headquarters in this city. I j laid for agitators would like to "bust" the
r Japanese persimmon |
w
to be a most premitting! fruit for this which the Government desires to sonia (red whitefly fungus/ ) practically Daytona-Plans-being mad for I; Shrine temple at Phelps and Hub- o farmer. with tax raising schemes.
distribute to farmers of the country out infestations of the ,
wiped I.
state, although its culture is at present I for use in land improvement. The sweet potato whltefly. lie is convinced construction of $500,000 hotel at bard streets. Poultry is growing in Importance

much neglected. Instance are on I Experiment Station of the University that the red whitefly fungus can Rio Vista. Florida's commercial orange crop in Florida. Already the dozen or two

.' .;- record where handsome. profits were of Florida, Gainesville, has been be used to great advantage in this Monticello-City purchases $6- for 1924-25: season estimated at 13-\\ hatcheries doing business in the
made from it. And it U said to bo I
designated as the distributing agen- r and he anxious boxes 1,000.000 -. state have a total capacity approximating -
i'. responsive to light soils and Immune I respect, is to enlist 500 fire truck. 400,000 or I
ty: for this explosive in Florida. The the cooperation of growers of sweet !- more than record crop of 1023-24! : :! : I 1110,000. 1 1Ii

to ordinary insect and diseaso dam cost is 7 cents a pound, plus freight I(I potatoes in an effort! to determine if Tampa Burns Transportation -

age charges from Kepauno, N. J. Freight Company of Sarasota building
this cannot be done easily! and cheaply. -
A small grove, adjoining the property will increase the cost to 10 or 12 wharf and warehouse here.
of the University of Florida I I
t cents.: The State Plant Board raises cultures -
Haines City-Work In progresson
and, therefore, coming under the
from smokeless
Pyrotol is made of this red
daily observation of specialists, fur I whitefly fungusand extension of water mains and I
o It be
powder and sodium nitrate. can for use in controlling the common and widening of
; nish interesting information. The 40 sewer system
for almost kind of -
used agricultural
any citrus Dr.
: whitefly of Berger
this from three streets included in $300,000 program
'a j trees in grove are to I -
: blasting, such an blowingout
have been made
': i says arrangements
nine years old 1; most are only three .
stumps rocks, etc. Because of i to furnish cultures of the fungus to
four old.
.' or years its sensitiveness to dampness it is Florida Oil and
sweet potato growers, if used for Winter Haven- j
The older
trees are bearing now as
not suitable for ditching.No this purpose, for 25 cents each. This Grease Company organizes with cap-
,- many as four (tomato) crates each. I order for less than a carload of includes transportation charges. DIrections ital stock of $60,000 to conduct
The fruit sells for crate
readily $2 a
fprotoi will be accepted. Farmers for the use of the fungus wholesale gasoline and oil business i;
wholesale, a little over a cent each,
are expected to pool their orders in each culture.
The retail price Is 5 cents for one accompany Canal Point-Florida East Coast j .
,their respective counties, making upa
persimmon, which means that the minimum carload of 16,000 pounds MELON GROWERS TO railway completing 4 miles of grade ,

grower loses by selling wholesale at i of the explosive. No farmer will** be FACE BIG PROBLEMTo from here to Pahokee |

$2 The a crate.soil upon which these trees i furnished with more than 1,000 Have Hard Job Moving Crop Lake Worth-Is'ew fire zones laid 'III 'j'

from( is ordinary light sandy Florida pounds. It comes in 50-pound boxes N'ext'ear, It Is Indicated i j out with rigid restrictions as to fireproofing -
It looks and acts much like dynamite II
be
I fire station to
land. No fertilizer has been used recently ; $25,000
one cartridge being about Tallahassee, Oct. 2.-That unusual -I built. His cars faultless perform
that used of
except on a
crop I
equal in strength to one cartridge difficulties will be faced by Flor- ,

corn and cucumbers grown between i of 20-per-cent dynamite. ida watermelon growers in moving Key West-Canadian packer contemplates -

the fruit rows. However, velvet I I All orders for Pyrotol must be accompanied their crops next year Is indicated by establishing factory here I ance frequently( lures a i j
f
: beans, bcggarwecd, cowpeas and crotalaria I crawfish.
by bank draft or money the interpretation in official circles to can
1: grow between the rows during ) order for full purchase price of 7 here of the quarantine law passed l
,I 0 0I
Buick distant
} the summer. The trees are Tampa-Rail link planned to link owner &
\ a pound, together with bankler's recently by the special session of
mulched winter with corn city terminals, assuring railroads
every
!
I guarantee to cover freight : the Georgia general assembly. The
corn stalks and residue from the cover right-of-way to docks.
The material cannot be resold law was passed by the legislature of and remote places-
t of the
crops previous summer. I I by the farmer receiving it from Georgia at a session called soon after Lake Worth-Liberty theater be-
All trees wild
grafted
were on per- the Government. It cannot be ordered Peter Bahsen, state veterinarianthere ing completely remodeled at cost of
\ simmon stock in wherever
February. They he
in Florida except through the Experiment had failed in efforts to stop the $3,000.:> cuesThiicks4iiIJiotTcwIcis
,
( bore their third year. Spraying has
Station. shipment of Florida watermelon

never been necessary. Pyrotol can be detonated with a through Georgia except when they Bradentown-New plant put In

The owner U enthusiastic about No. 6 cap of either the electric or were packed according to regula- operation to replace lumber mill de-
: Japanese persommlon culture in this
by fire represents Investment
fuse type tions laid down by him against the stroyed
j, state. II* says the greatest drawback of $250,000 and has capacity of hand
possiblities of reinfestation of Georgia near at
; to the business at present Is BE A N GROWERS SHOULD territory from Florida cattle 3,000,000 feet of lumber per month. NM

f.,( that its value and delicacy as a WATCH FOR LEAF-HOPPER ticks.

\\to fruit are unknown. This persimmon Tavares Street paving program
is of the I Damage Known ax Hopperburn Can Although the legislature was call-
rL one most prized, and widely 0 being rushed to completion, making
I used! fruits in Japan. 0 I I lie Prevented_by Spraying ed together to consider other mat- Tavares the best paved city: In state

ters it enacted the law, directed for its actual population.
.rl COVER CHOI'S AND DOLLARS Truckers who grow bunch and I I against Florida and Alabama, sec- ,
beans in the fall and winter are .
snap
i tion 5 of which read: "Be it further Lake Worth-Additional ten milesof
r I By Spuds Johnson liable to encounter an enemy in the'
't You hear a lot of Florida folks ( bean leaf-hopper. This insect causes I II enacted by the authority aforesaidthat streets to be constructed within LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY .
to prevent reinfestation of the town limits. I
i complaining about "po" land. Poor I the trouble known as hopperburn tick free area of Georgia throughtick __ J M. Smith, Manager.
bouts' they don't realize they are unusually whirh result in serious losses to
may infested hides or through pine Fort Pierce-Chamber of COIn- I Baker, Bradford Columbia! and Union Counties
blessed. With our climate the bean A of bordeaux
crops. spray straw or other material used for bedding merce announces $."'00,000<> utuil'ilile: -
and soil possibilities, wo could be theSoulh's mixture and nicotine sulphate is recommended tt-r automobiles built Buick will build them
I or other purposes, the shippingor for financing construction of limm" When. b are _
agricultural/ state. control -- -
greatest as measure. I II -- -- --------- -
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of hides, or the _.
transporting use
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It in true that our soil! Is light. The bean leaf-hoppers have been -
;I i. i of pinestraw or other materials exposed
turning the woods and natural humus quite numerous this year on the velvet
and plant food has made it thinner bean crop, which indicated that to tick infestation originatinging The Washington Senators, American League Pennant Winners |
the tick infested and quarantinedarea
And we have not formed our they will be troublesome on bunch 0
of other state into, withinor
fields to the best advantage.It and snap beans during the full]) and i iI any ,R tt eas
through/, the state of Georgia is a
in entirely possible to make winter. If they are, serious suffering "
I I II hereby prohibited.
l land we are working regularly better |I may be expected, says A. II. Beyer, "
and better every year, not using any assistant entomologist of the Florida "Is an open question, says Na-

' unreasonable amount of fertilizers. I' Experiment Station. I II than Mayo, commissioner of agriculture -

Experience and observation have The bean leaf-hopper is a small of Florida, "what other materials

taught me that. Several years ago I greenish insect about an eighth of can be used that will not be opento

the county) agent persuaded, me to an inch in )length/ It (lied very rapid- I the charge thnt it has been 'ex

tryout a little patch according to his ly and appears abundantly during posed' if" it comes from a tickinfested

suggestions. I was to grow regular summer and fall months. Tho first' area. I

crops on it, splicing in as many sum- ) evidence of injury from it usually Declaring that "melon raisers I -_,I

mer legumes as possible and always occurs on the tip or apex of the throughout Florida should under- f I

growing some cover crop in winter. leaf as a trlangulra/ burned area. stand the situation and be governed

Well, I had kept this up only a This area soon runs back along the accordingly," Mr. Mayo has drafteda

year or two when I realized that I margin of the leaf and moves inward letter to be sent to growers in

t I had, hit upon a great land-improve toward the midrib. The margin and various parts of the state.

i ment plan. I spread it over more r -.cl tip of the leaf turns brown and curls . a .
j field, Now I am convinced that my upward. .

land is twice as fertile and productive The injury appears first on the FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL -
REVIEW
as it was ten years ngo. lower leaves but later spreads to the .
This little experience you can't entire plant, feeding only on the lower -
overlook. It l Is worth the consideration side of the leaves. The adults, Tampa West Lafayette and -- -- -

1 of any farmer. It has brought when disturbed in seriously infested Madison streets to be widened; n.BE DOWN NO LATER I'INDYTH'

results, you can't deny that. fields, rise and fly in swarms. Ninth; street to be paved) FOLKS (_O STORE CAUSE WE rlTact.o 'THeQE GoesPoP'S
Clearwater Central Pinellns
HE
Right now Is a good time for To control Professor Beyer says, I clcN WANLNAA WIFE INTO
county votes bond issues
aggregating 5tr
farmers to grab ahold of things and spray with bordeaux mixture 4-4-50 $1,918,00 for constructing of :.IN OUR z Guess 7Hgy'atacsre .IM-

start to rebuilding their land. Fall is formula, adding 1-2 pint of nicotine
causeway, new roads and bridges. OUT
here and winter Is coming. With sulphate to about GO gallons of the "n6eTMEAVl5
TOWNI
winter come heavy ruins and rains bordeaux solution. In spraying It is Wauchula-Construction of new :; h

1'. wash fertility. Cover crops of oats, Important that the operations start hotel started. I y hw

or rye, or rape, or any combinationof as soon as the first leaves have formed. -

these will hold the soil togetherand It is also essential that the spraybe Deland-New Industry reported,

prevent washirig or leaching. If applied both from above and be- concern which preserves and markets 0 4lJv Iy" x

the soil Is clayey or somwhat heavy, low so that it may completely cover ferns and foliages. Place l

hairy vetch can be added with the both sides of the leaves. Plant City-Council orders sec-

oats and rye, and thus you can take tions of three streets paved.
nitrogen from the air in winter as REDHirEKLY FUNGI'SMAY ; By

well as in summer. CONTROL MHITEFLY Ocala-:Marion[ county's six plants

Resides holding the fertility in the OF THE SWEET POTATO producing lime road material exclusively EndJf1CCullough

soil, these crops will furnish winter The grower of sweet potatoes whois have average weekly payroll \ \\

grazing for livestock and provide an troubled by infestations of white- exceeding $3,000 over $260,000

excellent forage crop early next flies may control this peat by eitherof a year. i

summer. Cover crops mean dollurs two methods: First, he may spray i Canal Point-Work resumed on

_.. in your pockets, no matter what type with a solution of soap made by dis- building dike on southeastern shoreof '

of farmer you are. solving 4 or I 5 pounds of fish-oil soapin Lake Okeechobee. / we WILL ''.
A .
HIGlT 50 !gallons of water. Second, he I CURLY we ARe v .
FARMERS '
OFFERED ( ;
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may be able to control this insect by Dralientown-liousing shortage to \ GOINGrb ..

CLASS EXPLOSIVE AT the use of the Red Aschersonia (fungus be relieved by construction of 101 A FUNERAL '.0 ,
A SMALL COST 4.'
), which ill often used to check in- new homes.

Florida farmers who have /
need of
Avon Park-Seaboard Air Line 1
To Stop a Cough Quick
explosives: for blowing out stumps W
pushing track construction
on new
and other purpose* can secure Pyro8PLE..DID take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a
cough medicine which stops the cough by Florida Western and Northern;

A healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue I
FELLING '1CKLY, PKKMMI: CHILDREN
A box of GROVE'S OPENTRATESALVE
That tired wT'tOw4o
hiilf-aick.
diwourngrj feeling fur Chest Colds Head Colds end Children suffering from intestinal wormsare
/ cacisoj by a torpid liver and constipated
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of cross restless and unhealthy. Thereare
bowcU! AtrrOCASTER'w
can be gotten rid of with HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salvo other symptoms, however. II the 1
You.urpri IL'elltll ing promptness" uain* Herbmc. should be rubbed on the chest and throat rhdd is pale, hiu dark rings under the I ..
beneficial effect with the first eves, litwl breath and takes
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup no interest in
dose its
as purifying and regulating effect play, it u almost a certainty that worms ,,
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a Th.Hralloil cffrtt of Hnv Kpdlnu llonry I.-
thorough and
compli to. It not only I .M.lh l n"\1 romblo.od ....h the hl'aIin.genetof are rating away its vitality The surest
driven out bile and impuntir hut it imparts owns; ()-Peo-rrate Satyr though. the pore or'' remedy for worms is White's Cream Vermifuiw. -
a splendid feeling nf ,. he.xia *a cuufthIfei
Muo
atop It destruction
I in positive to the
strength vim, and Luo.l'V l h rvraeill**fin* pocked In one t.rtwn tttul throot 0 I
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of the combined treatment b'JOL worms but hrnileiM to the child Prim
Pnco 60c. Sold by .lthIlArlitiOR'j
Just ask your druggist( for tlA YIS': 35c. Sold by
ALL DRUGSTORI'a1a' 'I
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA

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IRON :MOUNTAIN:: DISTILLATION and upholstery. The methyl alcohol the spindles of Germany almost im WOODLAWN The --.;:
thrifty farmer saxes hm soil\ shall b* aufctnitttd to the vlvctnr, of the St.t.
PLANT coming off goes to the refinery and mediately. from winter at the general d.etn 1 to b* held ..n thu Ant

emerges as methyl acetone and me- Reports indicate' according to At- WoiiJIuwn, Oct. 3-S. II Thomas washing and leachingand Tuoaday aftrr th* arC Monday In N'teinbor..
actually makes A. D. ItHU. for ratlil0ation
have it better or r.-J.-ction
1ich.Operations by
Detroit, and sun returned their tows -
to homo
thyl alcohol, useful as solvent or lanta cotton men that the south is at :
at the huge wood distillation Miami growing winter cover crops.Qunlitv Secten U No
begun Sutuidu after tax upon lnhrltneo
spending or
denaturing The this much ) a Upoon
remaining larger
agents. producing year a
.
the
Income of .
aldnta .. .
el tit .
or t
*
ot ('anitotor: Company'oIt > tht*
| plant oils and gas are used as fuel. crop of cotton than for several years. week hero with relatives Is a important factorin State .hall IH. I I. \\IIM by the 8t.t. of Plaids
Mountain. D. B. very .. under it* authority and then
) shall be
II
nil Browning
was a business x.
Comprising the giant wood distillation These reports, It was asserted have determining the price people are .mpt from" taxation to the had of a family

[lllt l s great plant, largest and most plant at Iron Mountain are had a bearish effect upon the markets visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. willing\ to pay for butter :naldlnn: In this toI'I' .. houahold' moue and
iiipli'te,,, of its kind and a distinctly Frank Stormane or anything pitnmnal I ntTrcta the valu* of Five Eiundrwl
two main buildings, each with fourBijfstory and prices have sagged cons iI- was a visitor to else for that matter. I 1000,001 Dollar.

..Ii\ ,,if development, has a capacity Thcressn Sunday.
suctions.
The carbonization
erably. A
JOINT
or' inducing charcoal and chemical Miss Agnes Joyner the The farmer who RESOLUTION Propoalnn aa
spent hus
building, where the process The prospective German demand, produced an Amendment to Art let* VIII of the Conntltu

pi' "d'lI't"( to the value of more than starts, IB 860 feet long and 90 feet of course, cotton men here say, is week-end at Theressu the guest of outstanding, \ crop or n good. animal .tlon ..f the Stale of Florida." relative to Cities

$11 ,''inn Oil the basis of present day wide, and the distillation building yet a speculative factor, but there ii is her sister. Miss Laura Joyner. and then fails to show it as his community OP .10'"o..ntl It n.-ohiMl**.h, the KiAlatiire of the Sta.

pen t'- where chemical products are made, every likelihood that it will\ make Itself Misses Lois and Gladys Norman or county fair is hiding his ?That f Florida :
folio ,, ..
I It also constitutes the fifth unit is 300 feet by 90 feet. felt as on important feature InI I Pebble and Margurlet Philips and \light under a bushel.\ Vtll of l1 t'.....mItullnn. ,* thi" *Stat' *to of Art Flor Id*

in the wood working industry which Maurine Browning attended churchat Ida\ rrlmtlto. cltltw and cnuntlm to be numiHrrtl -
The buildings are furnished with the cotton market during the next -i!
;otirs"tn"tl stlI.ACTORIt Swtion 0 of naid Artlcl.. VIII ba and th. .
tlu ( "inpany has co-ordinated one heat by a steam power plant, a unique few months. I' Thori'ssa Sunday At..I..1 klib Came .b hrr.>by aftrv..d to and shall b* auhmtIvl -
will' N- ci'll. by the nonnl nf to thi eh.b.m'
Iron Mountain Homer of th.5Uat. at the
hud at including feature of which is a horizontal: It is possible, therefore, that the I Litton is spending the Bond TnuUn or Ilriulfnnl County Hon.lii. ptmtlnn to bo hrlil nn the ftral TII_.senses" aft *(
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e\ r\thins: from raw materials to smokestack ten feet in diameter and first real effects of the reparation : week at Moniac. Ga., the guest of the t the StarKt-Kkirord Cnntu'r HrlUitf H.-.I urrratii until New Thm Rh'..I'k,'" tin lh rallflcatlun. Ant Monday or ..ixjootlon In Novon In,"wIt"... A. D.. )924. for

th finished product and the reclamation than 200 feet settlement be I his parents.Mr. u. m, Nnvi-mbtT" llth. I1U4' unit lit that Thn :
more long, which sonnets plans to felt in America time n..O.t.Iial6: Lmiiitaturr: hall have power
of waste. The ftveare,logging and Mrs J. S. Norman publicly uiwtUHl for CMitNtriietlnic' nit chats ami i abollah a local .
,
were trnvorn
the will be felt untrimlvd time sad .
two big buildings, furnishing among cotton growers UmWr tirliliif. .1'1",1 i |. soul ..vu, >ndlnir U-rntorinlly throtmho.it .

can' mills dry kilns, body plant and heat for wood drying. of the South provided of course any business visitors to Starke Monday. m.t.l the !press thus bridge hundred' ultv fat italil lone iUwnt.. to I county In the plan t>f all aonnly dm-pu.ml ,

\\ .d) distillation. Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Philips attended of tw..nty-fotlr lirUlm' t conHint met municipal and 'local ir"vrrnmnta. .bone
Mechanical installation driers, re- of the cotton is still in their hands r"u"I.lIo "bent with hoihiw and offle.e roniitltuttonal or .tat...
(Coder the magic of modern sci- church at Thoressa Sunday. oyproM piling' contnlninii' l In Mil I 11.! lulinir. tory.. U-trUlatUt' *, oxtvutlvi
torts condensers stills etc. the when and if price stiffening from : or Judicial and
are a approximately lass lln ft. nil niHtruxiniHti'ly hall prmcrth the
." hardwood scraps and sawdust largest ever placed in a plant of the this cause becomes apparent. Mr. und Mrs. James Philips, of I Tht HA 'lhnu work.nnt Ineluilf! of. untr..tvd Umber and, funetionn nf nth Jnn.dntinn.....> .>'."m.n.p .w.. Ita...I.dutlw.lala.

fro 'in" the Ford saw nulls and small, kind. The Stafford process of wood Miami, are the guests of his brother, tnbor. material, tool* furninhlnir. sail iMiulpmrnt., all nr i.iiiiry sad l ti\Ito.East cv4utlva. bodies and and judlHal official' rartinta. and

yn\,' rl led and otherwise useless treelimb. distillation which effects the REM iMJTONsroitrsMEN'S: D. L. Philips this week. dolnic all thu work nistfUMry. to. citiiNtruct mil U-rritory Inelndwl l In urh ffowmmMnt: to divide Into tha
greatest put in compute enter randy for iu". the uNnrdlnat,. district and .
to .
prfneHb
from the Ford forests are now : \VEEK, OCT. 13.18 ntoniplaUtl a lest
measure of wood (conservation is ; WOODL.IWNWoodlawn improvement. anti n ..anitnahl nv.trm of taxation for push
aide to give up a source of valuable All work tn IN done In arcttrdnnau with the ttovarnmnnt and dlatrleta' vxlnt.nir
and
tams
n used instead of the old oven process. Now that the hunting season is on, plan and limlrurtion. 1I0nor..1! tmwfoloniipeela "bonded indrhleInn'a. shall lIP
and rvmnln .1.flnltehr ..
products. From a ton of such wood Ii |trm. [1.1..".. AiiveiHrntfonM' and I -
The Oct. pro In .
latter requires good-sized pieces there's a lot of fun in getting ready I II lolr.. and Mrs. peal and contract of Bradford County. rlsad t In ar* and thistle Ilnhlltty a hom-
Iron Mountain distillation planti a rural area shall not .he llmftml(
tVi. of wood while Jas Philips returned their homeat Kach bid rnuat bo aa
the Stafford to accompanied
process for your next trip. That's why your' by a ovrtl- If In A city or town ; but nn IwlnlMtlnn under
I .. hums( : I Theressu Aral chick or a bidder. bond mail. payublo. this ....."..n hall b .".. ,
can use anything of a cellulose :! dealer and Remington are coopornt- Saturday after pending to R A htstthew., rhulrmilli' Moiuil f .tlv. until" a majnl.Iv I.

1 id'i pounds of acetate of lime structure, sawdust, shavings, chips,1bark :1 ling to give you Remington Sports- the week here the guest of Mr. and for llond,i lie'rrufltttcM. ; of: llradfnnl: County; I rlurlilii! i;., voU ofthi thnrvon. oliiriora at an In lnrtlon the county for the. who purnn shall.
t.r cent of the .
| .
i.l; I gallons of 82 per cent methyl corncobs, even nut shells, and men's Week, October thirteenth to Mrs. D. L. Philips dense nf gad faith and a amount. .iimrHnu hid it. Ihnl eI I 1. (I lh"mind tialnlatur who am auaUHd. shall to vot.voUt In for furor rnmlwrn of .uoh of

alchol Miss Julia Hudson[ of Wildwood If awanlml' Ihs conlnuH Iho) bidder will exvcult 1."I.I.tlon.i .
convert it into charcoal and valuable ,
eighteenth-a chancd for you to see tNe eontrait and. irlvi. .bund. .. r.>iiiinil|

I 10 I pound of charcoal by-products-. what's what for hunting, campingand Is the guest this week of her cousins bid The. right la reaitrvnfl. .In reject Any.., all i 1 JOINT RFSOUITION: Pmpoalnvm. an

!1'> gallons of tar, heavy oils, In every respect the Iron Mountain trapping. And the show is not Misses Lois and Gladys Nor- Plan* and iwclfleiiilonK may bo seen at I ;thn\ .'mlnifitt ronatltutUin: : I in Am-Am-lid.of the l 11 lithe Si*t nf Ion Florida 17,' of,

light oils and creosote plant presents. a high exampleof ) held in New York or off in( Chicago, tin) office bo obtained uf the County from the Knnlnc. and oonIeKmay Rflatlnir to 1St' Iwtianr,. of Romla by Si,.i>lal
man.Mrs. Secretary the
of
1:1111: cubic fuel of fuel TAK School nutrlrta and thu 1..'* of 'r..
y
i\ *
Kan.I'll the L. D. Dake'of basal .',5n
extreme limits to which the but right in your store, here in your Lawtey, wa v nt per copy. I* for thu raymmtnf

', charcoal, pressed into briquctt Ford Motor Company endeavor to'I'I i town. a visitor here Wednesday .1 E. S. MATTHBWS. berlne8eltnnd' 'hdr Inter: Thrnn'

| ,i- unable for producing the In- effect every economy and to contrib-l i So drop in, chat with your dealer. Rev. D. L. Philips and family attended 1 C A FUTCH.rhairntiut Be if It Florid Rmolvml by *.MMiir,. of (Ihr "tat.
I O-tn-M-11.7
i .! hot fires to church Thoressu 8.0. That the folU. ..titir nm'n'm..n'' of q.II..n,
required
t' i y purify ute at all times as large a measureas lie likes at Tuesday
talk
to hunting too.
l 17 of Artiel 12 of tho Co IIP 11 tti lion of thrfttat' .
t c irrudp iron and also is being possible to the conservation of national evening M tSTKK'rl: H.\I.KRan of Florida a* 'miilli'd' at tin O.mrnl. I Itvtlon:

., ,i Ford Take time to look things over-not D. B of fb-ptfwrntaHvcA' held In tho rear .>f li't' .bn
I t through commissaries as resources Browning was business by nntlca l I. given that tinder and byvlrturr
just the Remington exhibit but the : and the Mm I I. hwrhy senwl to a",1, I l shod .b*
of
that oartaln Una) dncrw. of fnrolimtiro **- ,
and visitor Jacksonville .milt tail to .
.r r\trptlunully'clean| economl-! to Thursday. thil.Ttont of 1"0" Stele at the
hunting coats cooking and camping made by the Judge of the I4lb not Or I ft...
1n. GERMANY TO I1UYSOUTHERN ( t n cm tlon nf Rctp..nl..I1. to
Judicial
I D F. Circuit actlnK fm ,
Upton, of Lake City was a nnd liuliad ot I tin held In the y.ar 11.34. far r.llft.all 1.
outfits auto kits and JII.\. v. n nrnmelinn
Why I.OIIK
COTTONIN so on. .linlaii of the Kltfhth i .
..
1 I'r 0\ cl..d from the wood, up11..th"I' A SHORT TIME there's a thrill in just seeing and business visitor here Saturday. Juillolal f 1..1111.,11.00..1111..1.1 .In ('hnnc" ry .ltlintf mini. ndod. ..That. HM In unld rend. Motion an follow I I' shall tt

D. F. Upton and D. L. Philips were In the t'iroult t'otlrl nradford, County I M. alms '1. Tim irlHlntur. ,
i i distillation yields pitch, I I Florida, mny "in' !I.I I.
handling all the outdoor equipment! nn 'II5th! iluy S II, ip2A' i
tur. | for Bpolal aabool .
I't'lI.\k tx dbtrlet to IMUM Umda'
\v I cM"I >soto und flotation oils, all Atlanta Ga.. Oct .-With Ger- I siness visitors to Muxvttle Man- In favor. of 'IMin Penlntl : of rotumbiO : ', Lr tht> xrlunli'ii t...> nf public free .. htw.In

fit hIt h are used by the Ford or- many getting back on her feet as Sportsmen, hunters and trappersthe day.Mr. C n cunioriitlon.It flupi' 11 ...I.!. coupleimmnp ilcfomlanla' anilavalnnt \1 1'[ wiililn'b..n..o' any curb ."",,1.1 tax school. ilMtlrt. .
wide nation over will bo lookingfor n piHJorlty of the iiuntlHiNt( .1.l clin t
nnd !Mrs. J. S. Norman and The tmilemlpned an Special' MiiiUr. will'
INI '.itinii. The pitch is used for an organized, active and well financed hunting and trapping goods win- offer fnr HHI') In front of tlu. Court home 1 I thprrof: who nr* frvhoMira shall oiiin
II batteries and daughu Gladys wero visitors to dnor In Htnrke Klorldn fmnr nf tin* iMuane of nttch bnnln hut sacImndn
Img insulating diolnu its
producer nd marketer of cotton !Ion
Mhnll(( .
be iwninl h.I. ,
whlt-h lull
dow displays all during this greatsportsmen's hoiini of nle Monday' lite gal,, dny of N.. .
Theresa Friday. ..... .. .
nil] : the i'reosoUas a preservative goods some notable developments in : A D. IIWI U> the hluhi-Hl .1. tnffothrr with the oxlitlnir ,Indrhnnifleas l t
and brat hlildor
week. It's tho ideal tlmo of mirth MinTta! ton .i'h.tot. diet| ,Irl. jo
r..r. pales, posts and railroad ties the the Mimics Debbie and IIIarguerltoI'hillpli. for past! the following ,1..1( property ... pr
textile Industry of world llualril tent of the ,.. -..... name, of thn tnvahl" "iiroi\
to complete fall and winter In llrailfoid mmly., Tlorliln., tn-
and Mn' boating oils for mining pur- may be looked for in the next few your I.ols and Gladys Normanand wit : I rely of ntictt illntrlrt accortllitir ro lh<* lest an.
hunting( and trapping equipment. fftimmrnt for Staff* and County pnnee H prifn-
p"p. in the Ford mines. years in the opinion of Atlantamanufacturers Flay Bennett attended churchat lust fCaet.half of Norlh.iiMl gnn"ii'f Houth- j ,in tho iNHuInu. of aueh ImndNnv ,liondii In*

There's a wide variety of note Thcressa Tuesday evening.HIGHLAND NorthEut fiuartvr.shier and of Notlh-Wml mmrter, of[ mull hprnindcr. nhntl .tonne |pnu.blr ,ilhin,
The of by-products containing an expressed hero. HmilhKaxI" anil 1 .
group :t''N. thirty ran fntm the clIo nf initmmv In
worthy things in tho way of sporting Es.t-half nf touth-Wenl, quart, a"
alchol and said Kat nf "anal, h..I.llm.n" which .hall mnim.nr* not
methyl acetate During the last twelve months quarUr Houth-Kiul quarter Hiellun'
goods on display in town. Far too alt Smith-half of 1 i aftr thu .
North-Went quarter nP Fnrh tennuplnInstalm the nuthiwa
'bring neutralized with lime go to Germany, even in her somewhat da- I South-Went' iiuarler. Niirtli-Wimt \ ahall !
to mention here. But several unarter of
"tillwhere the alcohol Is driven off. moralized industrial condition was a many Highland, Oct. 10-C. M. Click, of North-Welt quarter of tiouth-Wwit iiimilei( j the than ,Intuit thrtw: : pt-r Whvtwvpr: aunt nf th..such Inf.( ( amount of
I your reporter's friend have called and Mouth-Went iiuartvr "r Mouth-We. any MpiMlal lee
Thi lime combining with the acetic buyer of American cotton it was I Jacksonville) was transacting bus!- ter. SMtlon. 22 ; North-But iiuarU, t quar,of rhnol i dlHtrlct has VO(.N| In favor of the e.unne -
his particular attention to the shells\ North-Went [ t nf auoh honda a special tai for tho
add makes calcium acetate and, from stilted here. It that ness here Friday. iiiiiirtir, of North-W*! nuarteireturn ,.
was pointed out of .
that \ loaded 1 27. All In || imvwnnt ten Interest n al scientifically 5.
are to a Townnhlp "South of
this there is produced ethyl 1 acetate, with the operation of the reparations Minn Beth Wimberly and B. II Ran.... 22 Rait of the TallnhaMw Meridian 1 j prlnvlpHl thereof a* M.. iiamo -hall breams
uniform standard of it and .h..III..I..I..1 l l .
pattern penctrntion In Hrailfonl County I u payabl on thn loose(
Florid'
great quantities of which are used, payment plan which is exported to und velocity with moderate Ricks spent Thursday In Jackson lilt ..On'.. ,ton* or lean and cnnlalnlnu' II l>n>|Mirtv within the dial riot vntlntr for ih ::lrmnnnr
I
,
In
aaronlanen with law
for
providing
ville.
at the Highland Park Plant of the' get Cermmiy( book a basis of H A. OHKKN.
upon
recoil 1 Ki>nuML.rt"M name loads.SUBSCRIBE Ii ho levy of tan MI and mush tan nhall not b*
company in the nllllHfadlll' of ciintuiitni, progress, their' will Miss! Klla Griffin( is visiting relatives E. M. loijN., "r1"' M"ft4i applld" to n principal: 1. othrr than tin* pavmnt -
nf the and internal of aid
leather cloth for auto,"'j'nU',! trip Bern jrnntir demand for, cott ,n "I: ,-:0 THE TELEGRAPHVOU. at High Springs for a couple( 1-II-St.IO.al>llcli r fur Complilinnnt boniln*.

of wnck.s. --,
-
--- A .IOINT RRROLtlTION': rmpoalnir an nm,nd-

Mrs D. L. Rigby visited relatives J. U FRAZEK mint of Section II of Artlefe 7 of (tin Cnn
I Mllhitlnn of Ih* Stat of Florida. "lntinir
here Saturday ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOII tA CVntuM and Appnrtlonmnt.Ho .
It ttiitnlvml by the 1..gl.lalues' of I tho, 1'11.' ,.
!Mrs liurton Curruthers, of Jacksonville of Florida" '
JNTEED JhtfO R ILe AT LAWPOSTOFKICK
*, spent Sunday here tho / That the fnlluwlnff. amrndmunt of. 4....lto"1
liUILIUNO I ,if Artlcli' 7 nf the CotulltiMlon .if lh> State
frank Manning was one of the courses Ha had saved 1115 from I truest t of her father (}I. W. Parker .if ("lorfilu, latintr ... rVtutim. nnd Into., ,lon-

and with this he I STARK f'LA. meet IM*. ...1 'the .am In. hinlty nunrd, I tiit
j "boys with no ahance. Ho was rent pay HAm and sister Mrs..1. T. Marr.A ml liall, In submitted tn the lrtom ..i
born a hunchback in a poor section a "hole in the wall\ which :V A. Crews loft Sunday for Lees -NOTICE orrLI.E'TION Hint of Florid far approval, or rH'irtion nt
of Charleatown, Mas His father faced Harvard University on : the not Onml RlwHnn fIr Tlrpniu ntnii,,, <..

was a freight handler on the docks; Massachusetts avenue, Cambridge.] burr, where he will be located for To the ShtrlfT nf Jlratlfonl County. ot tho tn ti<.* ,li, ti In ml ttun>Mt Tuesday. nf''<-r tin. Unit
Monday Ntvmbtr.. A. D 1121.! 1 tint laIn
An attractive sign over his tiny seveml months. slat of KlorlJm
his mother took in washing Ha say that ffvetlon 1 of ArUrl 7 of .tin
Wall Think Bet balance amounted to 16,500.. During Ho it Known. Thut I. II. Clay Cr-twfnnl'
was the ninth child. Slow to dedoor readEat i NirutMutlon nf the Htat uf Florid. shell tin
:Mr. Mrs. II. < Mr. 8" cr.tAry t.f Sinfo I
und of
friends Wimberly the Stale of
the four student Flurl.U.
of '
valop and weak of physique, his tor. Hla specialties consisted years do h.nrby .lvo. am niloil t i nod a* follow* :
home-cooked meats plea Iced C1)fwho patronized his place took tutu Mrs. A. 8. Hume, Misses Win! nntlc that I faction:: a The: f,. Uliilur. that iihali net
only schooling; three terms in GKNEHAL ELECTION:
was 1 In ... .. ....
: iritlnr .1. A. D. and! lb "hu
IWM.
in him to tuto
a public school. When he was thirteen fees, teas and IfI111ona '". A widow enough Interest fled) Wimberly, Martha and Helen, Will bo held Hrmlfnnl Omnly. HUU of shall. meat runty ten viara thor.'nflrr. boll

he was earning $1.00 a day as living across the street did tho him and at the end of the four Mersi-reuu, Anthony Merseruau II. flmt Florida: Monden, on Ttmmtny/; NovotnlMr: : neat A miPCMMllnir: tli:: npHrtlon Hw Id (it.***.nlntlon, I It,, "thi M,.><..114.anil .
D
and his education was equivalentwagon IU2t1 "hall for n ..
a dishwaihor in an aU-night lunch cooking. He bought the food years aid Tunniliiy bvlnu provMn thirty tluht I n ""
of his to that of a high school gradubtu.Incidentally C'. Wimberly Jr. and W. M. Wimberly the i..rl.l DniritM. ntirh rilatrluta to \>* a nwriyi'tnl ,
walked her ten cent sVOUHTII DAY
in Boston. He to paid pur gross OP NOVKMIIRK .
In I'oioiintion\ l heel .
of that I' he learned shorthan.Jover ] intended the ball at tho For Six Ml) {lr.ldiitiul, Klcntuni. MM practlmhln ncounty
and from Wa job-a distance of earnings. Before winter game shall li.. ilKltlnl. Ju madinu "ih. upporllMimcnt .
For .
salted t,100 In and became a law reporter. IIy Stati. Farm tin* Rofintit'ntntlvt "f the Second Cnn* ... 1111,1,1.1 .
four miles! -dally. In the year he had away Sunday. and .h l halt I hn > oiinMi
.lnn.1 Dlstiri.
,
lirw t <>f the Slats FlnHd
sold 1 moved to Chicago and of nntor, sad MI tho anin ttnn the I, l Imomils,
all bills paid. out I .
summer of 1001, when he was 11 cash and his were Hoover In the Hitty-nlnth' f'"ttirriM t.f the "Ftil .'dflovrrnor .
of Starko
'yrus hell !
office wax n 1'0.* HIO' nulvMloo, tlir linnn.nutunI
law reporting ) ,
1\ he had opened a large Ht.I...
old he conceived the idea of Before the winter was over .
years I In th HOUII of .
*' lti'prnit intntfvt i. nail l Htut'l'I ill-
offering tempting and wholesome enlarged his place to accommodate where be made a small fortune. business 1 visitor here Monday. F"o of the 8t.t.f of Klorld. ''I..w thuxt (lI..p..I.l\v.: / \ to ".rh of ihrU. .

t luncheons to Harvard students in 1BO nine waiters Selling this business moved to t' For Sflcri ,
K
of Jacksonville. For
persons Sapp Atern O .
he and hi was a -y "n nil of the Htata of Florldn. Ktiprwupntatlvra. to .
.h nf the
Southern where a .ot .Iehtvrnmen
Italy
the
The students and a pears For Comptrullvr of the ..
Cambridge. were ( 81. of Florid'
Wadi't vfitor here
"specials" attending the summer eoeng Kour later wife now live in comfort. !Monday For Triuun nf the state nt florid I '; to POpulOUS Cara <,countlca.r (ho! roiiialnlntr and, one ro ncpnfuniaIU intiitt ifthe -

Miss'. Winifred. Wimherly motored,i For tint Huirrlnt4ndrnt|,, nf futile I rut mutton of flint at th. time of port artprottotim-.
8intf f
M/ixville: Florldn. H him lit the 1 Irf'KifitHtur' fall In apportion, th/ *
For
Monday Cammlimionr of
8 AnrlauUuiv of the Raprse.ntellun In the 8....... anil In (Ihr Ilunv
Furmc-ra throughout this Hertinn For tot.Iwo Flnrlitit.: of /ItprfNi'ntntivtM. ut any ri'trular m<.Mlon "f
flintier of the Supreme Court f
.
uthe
.
th> ivUlMtur' ** at any of the lira. h".I., |rlnatd.
.
are busy setting and resetting 8t.l. of Florid. It hall b* the duty of the r.uUiutur ,
For Two HallnmH Cumm\finntm\ of tlio State : :
nr iruilatiirvi ueeKlnir such nuulnr
strawberry plants and rlllCllnC"we..t .r FlnrMn. _Inn of the .
'ifilatiirn nlthiir In npcvlnl
7i- Fur Rtato fl'..n.tnr for 18th 8tn.tarUI Dlitrl t or
HEAVIES sealer .
OUT HIS session to miportton tht tl'iritHnfntlnn
tI"iNG:: potatoes I or the Slats f '
Florida
In the 14..1. and' In th* "0.... of Ilopr.nrmlatlves i .
Pni- two MwmtMini. nf the Tlniittsi of "'a..n. ,
-- a* hrln' provldi! Tht* i pr" < linifrHutar
tntfvf nf the nut of Florida F...lrnl' roirtifar Hi... ,...
folcsarfr: :. r>grorrarlrArr/ ur tt ".10. whU'h
f-or .
:- County. Judu ever Nhall hue hiHn Ink,." n-arm any nnportlonmrnt .
For RharllfFor !
of R..nt. In the Honat
Clerk ->f Circuit. Court. and In tb.. Ifoiun of Rrprm. ntntlvtnhatl 0.
"
'i Weal For County AnMimor of T.n.. a..ln l mak nu nny .'lI'b MI,.t "ridrnmrnt. ,Iti the
.. ;I 5r Tn. rvI.clrr) vent lh" irllatiirti, shall fallo."mno'rllenthe i

., \ : 1111 F For. County a..lnl.nd.n' of Publl Itt t-i-pr. Mi'tiitti.n In the Hljlntiin f a* r.ul..1 .-
, 1 0 rr t ruction.For ., by thin arnridmnt the (]j.nrn..r hall
l Nervous County Survvyor.for 'wltliln thirty drtv after tin, ntljournmtnt of
a Flee County CommUBlon th(. nK 1..1..lat.irt tnWthrr .
1. *I was weak and nervousand ... F'T Th,.. M.miirm nf tho County Hoard of In ," paths fiutnutton.
of .. ., .
ii qunllon pixii'tlnnni'nfc .1 N irh v-
1 run-down, ," writes Mrs.y for Jiintlc of the rnw In And for the fol tror.llaery..aeon. of the jUUt"jr" fn her<.-
Edith Sellers of 41,6; N. 2h' i I..w'o"' ...u.* Dlitrlctn. iii', by fnitmlabirlly, muted' ", ritapptorti. m th*

r'fu'v' e ... St., Fad St. Louis. I1L "Icoulln't I>'.trt..1 No. t rpftrtwtptailon aa riiulni hy the am n'ntIwforf
rn.trirt No. I
l ItN atljnurnmcnt fund xurh nrunnilnary
'
= sleep was so := TiMrlet No. 7.I ._ -
nlKhts,1 I"n imrallMl for ,
rnlnr.sent.hall
Jii restless I and not 11I4 -"r .....I.blo In nil for the following Ju.t- not h* llmft+fl tn pvplr at the .nil of

i1 p.In condition to do my work. ,Ice tjlntr(0i( via : a..., niy' day. or .' all unlit "api, *'r'lonmint.
: I would !have such paint' In II Miiitt-f, Nn. I IfHMriet I. rfftfCttH). and ahall wnd.ler' no business usher
F4 No .
2l
than NU<..h r.aptnrtlonni.nt).
my stomat-li that I won afraid .. l 1..I.t.a. No. 7.tn .

& 1 would get down in bud. a Ti.tfmony Whereof I harp .h*>.....ntn A JOINT RRflOf.frTlON' IrfTnnlnif an

j 0 i rr'r My mother c me to see me ...t my hand and alTlxiHt th. Great 8l of Amwndm' to Wtlnn 1 of Artklw 9. if th tConvtltutlon
the St.U nf HorlrU. at TallahaM. the capital ,, of the Slat of Flordla.. Rvlatinir
and that I
i suggested useS Shim th* nty-Uth day. of Au....... A. to Taxaton and .ClnannB .

w f> rr:4 J|. CLAY CRAWFORD. It Resolved' by tho I.vt.tatur of the Stnt
Stall 8...*..., of .'.,*. I nf Florida

p II To W. J. EPPFnSON. HhorffT" nradfor-1 That thii following amndmi of Season
County. Slant. Fla. N.2 .ln..IO.31 1 nf \-lei. Ik ,*f rap r'n.ttenUnn. it thm *ttlAnf
x Florida... rlatlnir tn taxation;; 'and',tlnane' :

/ NOTICE' or ELECTIONWltEItEtx. IN hffrhy awn**.I! tn and shall bt. .uhmitfvil to lhletun .

00 fri :. Th ,.."1.1..,,.*> >.f Ion nnd' of t1. MtaU for adoption or rvj ration
y I th. ("rmtltution ..f l I'.ft. nf the Ant.t of FlorId at th* nest irn.ral *>f...tlnn hVprrtjcnta-. .-
r l *. did l pus five Joint !nlutlona prnpna- lives. to .b** held. In the ,... | The Woman's Tonic f In" amcnilrnnta Ui the Conatltutlnn nlh.* that Htrctlon I. Arflnl' I D. of th.. fnnatltutlon -
!ftnit of Florida, and the. nam .....* airm| of th* flu f* of Florlila. b* amrndrd to
thr.. Aftha of all the mrnbr. read follow
tII t" by a vote of M :
I felt better after my first cl Htrt to ...h houa ; that the votm r>n said Mffciiun I The f.tff.latiir.* shall provld for
I! bottle. I had a better appo- := I not Rrnatutiona wr .nt.r.Mf upon that rnr *- a uniform sad qijaJ ntt of taxation. x *pt
k tlte. It seemed to .itrengiten .. ttv. Jo u run, 'In. with the yaa and nay that t, It mny poi\ IS. I f i>*elal nt. ;.: rat*
,
l d gtioq/ n I .. therein end they did l 4.nrmin.< and dlnwtthnt on fntaritflbl property but .wri>> palal rat.
and build\
t U me up. am so the laid Joint ItMolutlona. "h* submittal or rat. shall nt *.xetd Ave aiilla, on the Hot.
a. flad to recommend Cardui\ IIII t.t the .1...", .. of the Stale at th> Ovn.*ral 'fur of the aaa.*a. d valuation f>f such Intanir*
for what It did for me. I n lotion:' ,In M...>mh..r. 11 2I Ibl. property, which ._1.1 rate or ratt, orth
3 haven't needed| i medicine VOW TIIFREfORK: !.H. Cf.AY CRAW .. fj...* .,,11.! ..td thrrfrom m.y .h..p-
) any HIRfI. H'....rtary nf Alan of the Stat nfHorlrla. I rwrtionr by th* LtrwUlatur. and shall b* n.
.r : aQ since I took Cardui and I am t a elusive, of all ether Slot. aunty dUtrlet anti l
feeling fine." U d"GENEIL14vFI.ECTION: municipal taxM and hall prMMrib curb nirulatlonj -

... Nervousness restlessness, A will be ..*.Id10 rash. county In Florida onTu aa ahall. ajeur a JIM violation .,.f ail
sleepl these ..aday nnt .,_.'*llna' the Ant Monday In fniprrty.. "both Cal and pvraonMt ..1.1110.
ssn 5a- lIympIII y..mher. A. D .1921. the sold Tu..Uy b.- such. irnprty aa may .b. .***mpt.4 by law formunlnpal. -
1 toms so often are the result\ k1 Inn the Mluratloii literary **l.n tlf.fr, r*>
H of a weak, run- and develop mote U f.if t1. ratification or r.J*.tlon of the' Bald Th rots. eat In cnmplfane with iald proposed -
may I.tint olutkna pr,,r>oalnif .m.ntl"11 to the. am.ndmnt... ant t th.. ....v_. dscera-| '
N seriously it not treated to == Conatitutlnn of the !3tat of Florida/ vii : tiona and rt-ttirna thwr.*>f. shall b* rhletrl!
/ time. A JOINT R.SOLIJ'rIO"' 1'00110. anAmtidmot to the same rwulatlnru and r-trietlon a*

( i 1, o If you are nervous and U to Artiel M of th* .01." '' ar* pmrW.d by law fur v.n.ral ltlona. in
; zt
run-down suffering from = tlon/ of th* Stele of t'lorid*. Relatlva to T.a- th* Sfa*. nf PlnrUla.'
= or = .t,ion and Flnanc. IN TFSTIMOPfY: WinCRJCOF. I h"v.. h.rufito ..
a--- r f 'fCo some womanly weakness, w IV It R.*<.lv..i by the L.lilatur of th* Slat Mt my "hand and afflxvd dw rat sal I
C take Cardui. I of Flortd.tThat ; of the But of Florida at T.'.._. the
H Sold everywhere. M th* folknln.r amnrmnt too Artlal .pit.I.! Silts th. twtntyflftn day of July A.
B-10S tX of the Coratitutlon of th. Alan of llor- D. IW<*
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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER to, 191.!

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I and when he's a millionaire he does I II r As to this business situation we
Bradford : ( I
County Telegraph I not need to have any pride, because I, must admit that business does not

;'t 1 =.=. -. _. ..----=.:-=: -= !I a millionaire in overalls Is regarded come as easily now as it did in litltf I Bradford High
: tiWishwJ! werklv and ftttrred as ,! just as highly as he Is when he : and 1020, but what of it? The work I II
J i wears a dress suit. I that ill required to maKe :your business
concl close: matter, at me poet shoutd be I nothing absolutely I
Every clerk employed show a profit is ,
office at :;tar e. Florida. I bin jobhe I compared with the :
sold nothing,
thoroughly on
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B. STMATTaEWB.____________--Owner. I i
the stock, the store, the values .given your business is progressing and i;
i. C. ROBIS80N.MaDe Editor. 'Ito such an extent that he would be I knowing that you're making a sue- I I
glad and willing to go out and tell cess CARPENTER GERALD MIDDLETON i;
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Editor Sport Editor
FRIDAY
PUBLISHED EVERY his neighbors? about it. I And in considering such plans for I -
ROSA LEVITON EUGENE< MATTHEWS
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE chant one day a short time ago, and : idea of canvassing out through the I I I I
his reply was, "It's a good plan alright trade or any other idea that has the "
WITH FAMOUS
Per Year .__. .u $1.50 INTERVIEWS the school Tuesday a, m. death.
: but it won't work In my terri elements of practical business sense, STUDENTS I I
Six Months, -- -- 75c tory." That's one of the chief obstacles do not be too easily discouraged. Bill Again- was a visitor at the SPORTS

.___ __ ._ ._ .n. _____ I that a lot of retailers place Remember, that a great deal you Jacob Green school during recess Wednesday a.
before themselves. They get the hear about business is mere propaganda When interviewed today Jacob I([m. The Athletic Association has decided
to ask committee of citizensto
idea that their trade in different, I Green was angry. "I'm not as greenas i I a
I Miss Fannie Darby unable to award letters to the boys on the
waa
their town is different, and from I know of one instance where a people think, he said "What.if
the way they talk, you might thing merchant had quite a successful sale, I did say that George Washington attend school Tuesday on account of basket ball team who deserve them
they were doing business on a I and shortly after it was completeda crossed the Ohio River, I knew all [sickness. This is a great step forward fu

small island thousands of miles from competitor happened to drop into the time that it was the Mississippi." Doctor Dunham taught the tenth it will give the boys something ; ,
how the sale "Who is favorite characterin work for and make them work hm !
civilization. his store. He inquired your grade Friday afternoon. during the
An a matter of fact, if you look at had terminated.The history?" we asked. absence of Miss Fripp, who spent for a place on the team.

) n the situation right square in the faceit merchant who had the sale "Caesar," answered Jacob, "Just the week-end with her mother. JOKES

Kim me,. down to the point. that stated that it was very bad, he had think: if he hadn'" discovered America Gerald l\Ilddleton-"I'd walk a
0. 1N 1 the trade in I'odunk is about the not made expenses. lie declared that where would we bo today?" Mrs. Herbert Ritch substituted for mile for a camel." r-
(Met..oershlp in National Highway: )' sumo as the trade in New York City. everything had been done that it "What business man is your Mrs Alderman, who was also absent Arthur l\IcRae-"l'd walk two
Association) People everywhere are about the was possible to do, but that there ideal ?" was the next question. Friday afternoon. miles for a good horse..'
.. -' -----I name, they think the same things, was no money in the country as far "Henry Ford," replied Mr. Green. i: '
L'SIN:' ESS IN MTARKE WILL HE, and act about alike. Whether your as he could figure it out. "He said history is bunk, and I say EXAGGERATIONS Fannie Darby-"What do you expect :

WHAT Ol'lt;' :MERCHANTS: trade is made up of city folks are of The visiting merchant wept on that it is bunk. lie didn't know who Gerald-"Frank you know I wentto to be when you graduate I" '.
WANT:' IF TO HE farmers, it doesn't make any differ I his way, and stopped in to see an- Benedict Arnold was and I didn't I Gainesville in 12 minutes, and Orie Wiggins-"A senior." ;

At the request of the Telegraph, ; ence. Good merchandise offered at other merchant, and he related all know what George Washington when I got there the water in the They "Ignorance is bliss "
business unsuccessful sale held by crossed. I think would be great | say ,
Mr. T. K. Kelly, nationally recognized : I attractive prices will be a about the we radiator was just warm have you ever noticed how happy the
as an authority on advertising : getter-particularly when that. merchandise merchant No. 1. pals, we have so milch in common. i, Frank-"Huh, that aint nuthuV, freshman class looks?

'., and selling, prepared the following Is demonstrated' to them "Why, that's strange. I have it Edna Manning and Virginia'' I put a' little fish in my radiator and .'
article us a suggestion to the business right in their own where from good authority that he sold a Weeks have returned to school after i went in 10 minutes. "Yes," said Sammy Sternberg, "I
men of Starke on how to stimulate there will be nothing much to distract great deal of goods and made a pret- being absent for some time. I I, Gerald-"And of course the little did say the Pilgrims discovered
:, business. The Telegraph believes their attention. The farming ty fair profit on the sale: said the fish was dead. gravity, and what of it, the history ;'
Mr. Kelly's suggestions to be population Is made up of kindly, third merchant. So in discussingthis Mr. Harold Wall was a visitor at I .Frank-"Yes. He was.. frozen to says they seldom smiled
; of great value and urges their .care- genial men and women, who will be case the two merchants finallysaw I
business glad to have a visit from a merchantor through the game of the merchant .
t ful consideration by
,; every I i
i r,,, man in Starke: a merchant's representative introducing crying hard times. lIe wanted the Connecting up, in the very "ear II many. I United States and the Laws of FlorIda
I wonder if we recall the resolutions bin merchandise. them to think that he had made no future, of the state highway on the On Sunday next the Bible school .

we made In Juanuary, 1921 It There is hardly a merchant in money, he wanted them to be pessimistic north. meets at 9:45 a. m., followed by divine I The Democratic State Executive
seems this last year, more than ever, business today who has not got an about business, because if he With the completion of the ork worship at 11:00.: The pastor Committee, in session at Jarksonjville -
and afford said "Business is wonderful, I Duval this will I Florida October 3rd admitted
that promises with some- people are automobile, he certainly can had in county, county will matter which is vitalto ,
speak on a
broken. to spend some time each week have made fine profits, I went way have an outlet. b6th north and south. that there was no clause :in the prim- +
t like
pie crusts-easily
About every organization in Jan- out in the country with two of his beyond my fondest expectations in Tourists and homeseekers will use the members of the church, name I ary Law against voting in accord

uary, l'J2 firmly resolved to make clerks, supplying merchandise to the the amount of goods sold," they naturally this route-It remains for is, ly, "Finishing What We Have Be- ance with the dictates of your con-
this year better than 1023 and one of people in the outlying districts. A would be Inspired likewise, through publicity, to acquaint both gun." All members of the church and science in the general election. t

the chief reasons why many firms shoe dealer, for example, should pre undoubtedly think, "Well, if he can with the advantage of locating .'ere, congregation try to be present at The Lake City Reporter, in its issue -
+ have failed to keep these promises sent not only some of his newest get such business, I guess I can he's of our fertile soils, cheap lands, h 11- this service. of October 3rd, reproduces an ,
they made to themselves Is because styles and latest number., but he no better merchant than I am." road facilities, climate. True many The Senior, Intermediate and editorial on its editorial page from
they have sold themselves on the should,have a top-noUh leader, selected So there's two sides to every story newcomers will use this route onlyto Junior B. Y. P. U.'s will meet at 6:30p. the Manufacturers' Record: "Face '
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Idea that 'It cannot be done. probably from some style that and about OS per cent of this talk pass through to sections south of m. About sixty young people were the Dangers Now and Improve the
Business these next few months needed stimulating. This would be an about there being no money and no us, but there's a reasonthey'reheaded in attendance upon those gatheringslast Election Law," in which the editorof
Is going to be no better than during effective way to aviod the loss that business should be. taken with a I for the sections who have Sunday evening. It is simply the Record says: "This is really

;L the past few--month. if we do not comes from slow selling depreciated grain of salt. put themselves on the map through fine to see them. And now, the older a fight between the conservation of
( use butter business methods, if we merchandise. We've got to be more ready in the aggressive organizations. I folk want to know if something of I the country and the rankest radical-
'. do not eliminate the idea that there I Just as soon as a merchant starts I future than we have been in the past Through the county chamber of the sort cannot be formed for them. ism, which in one disguise or anotheris
'; is no money in our district, and that to figure f that his expenses are Justas and take up new promising ideas for commerce we can work and put our I The thing we need Is larger accommodations fighting for control of our Nation.
people are not In a buying mood. high, and go on just as steadily i increasing business' simply because section before the homeseekers of and if some good reader of Patriotic men and women, therefore
Step Into your bank today and during the dull days as during big something worked well five, ten, fif- the north and west to the extent that I these notes, whether in Starke, or have the responsibility resting upon
::1 find their daily clearances. Step into days, then he l Is going to get busy teen or twenty years ago is no assurance when they start south, they are 'wherever the notes are read, should them to study this situation and to
the postofflce or express company and Inject some ideas into his business that it is eaually\ effective headed for Florida, but coming to wish to part with some excess I vote for City, State and Federal candidates -

and find out how much money in be- that will make dull business a today. A great many raerchnats con- Bradford county. Once the tide is money, we can use it for a purpose I who, in their honest judge-
cent out of town. You'll find that thing of the past. The time Is past fuse business principles with busi- turned in our direction, the rest will that will bring a rich reward to the ment, will be the safest leaders in
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;1 there is just as much business tapping I and never will return when we can I ness methods-they are altogethertwo come easier. giver. meeting the dangers which are
:: at your door today as there work only half time.I different things. Difficulties have a way of solving I The evening service at 7:30: will ahead of us."
. would tell salespeople in the There are a certain number of themselves when men, with one com-
., over was. But, are you doing as be evangelistic in nature. The subjectof In the same issue the Reporter
much to get that business as :you store, who might object to such principles in doing business that remain mon purpose, come together and I the sermon will be What is BIble also publishes an editorial from the
should! be in keeping with business work, that it was up to them to the same, regardless of time, bend their energies to overcomingthe Repentance?" Last Sunday'ssubJect Plant City Courier: "Conquer

conditions: today? make the business a paying proposition place or conditions, but the methodsof apparently insurmountable. We "Are You Converted?" was Them," in which the editor antes:
for me or they would have to expect doing business are changing con- believe the Bradford County Cham- '
I, There are thousands and thou i glistened to by a large audience and 'We should get away from some of
less remuneration. I would give and we've got to change ber of Commerce will be of immense
stantly
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'., sands of men and women employed: many were helped by it. Hear the our theories of Primary participation. -
" >:", today from coast to coast, by firms them to understand that they would with them if we're going to keep value to this section and we are for sermon this Sunday on a matter of We carry out, or try to, the absurd -
selling direct to the consumer. They get paid for their services, and no abreast of the times.I it, equally great importance. This is fallacy that a voter's first dutyis

are taking the trade right from un- more, and that naturally the worthof have often seen the effects' of SAUNDERS-FORSYTHE a family church. Bring the little to his party, and his second to his
'; der the eyes of the retail merchants their services to me dependedupon conservatism brought to the point LEE. IOSLEY ones. Don't fail to invite your neigh I Country."If .
./, in their Immolate vicinity, and taking what those services produced. where it Is mere inaction. There are bor. Bring your guests. All are wel- a voter votes In the primary
It from where the retail merchants Besides helping to combat the businesses being conducted today A wedding of unusual interest come. for the candidate of a particular .,,j

expect theIr biggest business. menace of the bell-ringer, sellingmore not by the men who are in chargeof took place Sunday afternoon, Octo- party, we try to force him to vote
Still, retailers In some districts do merchandise immediately, and the store but by men who founded ber fifth, at 3:30: o'clock, at the homeof NEW BIDS WANTED for the same party ticket at the genera "
\ not wake up-they have a fair day affording effective means of selling it. and who may have been dead Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle, of I 1 ON CONNER BRIDGE elecion. "
dull Wednesday slow moving lines, this plan of can these twenty-five or fifty: years. If when their \ "As
Monday, Tuesday is Lawtey, daughter Miss The road trustees are calling for substitute for this archaic
about the same,Thursday no bet- vassing gives a merchant a good these same men were living today Eppie Mae Mosley became the brideof i bids the construction of the notion we should tell every voter
ti _, ter. Friday some trade and Saturday method of getting closer to his cus they probably would be the quickestto Mr. Robbie Ephram Lee, of Jacksonville new Conner bridge on across New River, the that his duty is always to his coun-
they busy. tomers. Few of us realize how many change their methods to suit new and! their neice Miss Lelia i try and that
are j i bid presented by Adams & Sanders, in the primary and
What is to prevent a store employing customers we lose through beingtoo times, whereas, their successors Pearl Forsythe, became the bride of : C. E. McLeod and the Burke Construction general elections as well, he should ;+
say four clerks, from send distant, and through not beingIn hold them as if they were something Mr. Roy McQuain Saunders, of Co., being rejected by the always vote for what he conceives to '11
clerks to visit close touch with them. sacred. This again is simply con be his
ing two or three out Jacksonville bids will be Country's best interest."
board. The opened
families in their immediate districts, Retain the friendship of old customers fusing methods with principles.One Rev. Edmund Saunders, of Jacksonville I Tuesday November new 11th. The politician or nominee of any
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putting in full working hours, doing by all means and good efficient merchant met my suggestionof performed the double ceremony political party, who would handicap,
this Tuesdays, Wednesdays and work in canvassing Is a splen- canvassing among the trade in the presence of a host of IN MEMORYOf hoodwink or prejudice a citizen in
did of accomplishing this. A with the statement that they'd been
Thursdays? way friends and relatives. Lou C. Cashatt who died Oct. any manner, causing a violation of
tt, The retailer in having his clerks well trained efficient salesman or esablished for sixty years and had The brides were both handsomely 12th, 1923. his solmn election oath by voting for

call upon the people at their homes saleswoman can be an invaluable never gone out tramping begging for gowned in navy blue canton crepe This week recalls sad memoriesOf an unworthy, Incompetent or otherwise
will have a better entree than the missionary in behalf of your store business at the homes of their customers and carried an arm bouquet of roses. a loved one gone to rest unqualified nominee for of-
unknown solicitor who is calling at out among the trade. and they did not think they Miss Miosley wore a grey hat of But those who think of him this week flee would be unfaithful in the any discharge
these homes selling merchandise. If the trade is slow in coming to had to start that now. hand embroidered velvet, her dress Are the ones who loved him best. of the duties of the office to
c, People in a merchant's district your store, bring your store to the Such an attitude is about as sense also had touches of gray. lIe bade no one a last farewell, which he aspires.
y don't know what kind of firms these trade. If merchants will follow out less as if that merchant were to Miss Forsythe wore a navy blue He said good-bye to none. i H. O. BROWN
unknown solicitors representtheydon't this plan and back it up with some stock his store with the styles of hat with touches of silver and His loving heart had ceased to beat. Republican Nominee for Memberof ,

know whether they are reput- good: hard hitting advertising they merchandise in vogue sixty years Chinese blue. Her dress also was And before I knew it he was gone. Congress, Second District of Flor-
', able or notbut they do know the local will have no need to complain about ago, and insist that inasmuch as it tastefully combined with Chinese His cheerful and his loving ways ida.
.t merchant, his store, and his poor business. Business in any line was the right thing for those timesit I I We pleasantly recall. Paid Advertisement.
is about what you make It, whetherit Is still the right thing. We must blue.Mr.
stock. They know they can dependon Lee and Mr. Saunders are He had a kind word for every one,
the right kind of merchandise at be a retail store, a bank, or a not lose sight of the fact that both highly respected And died beloved by all.

his store because he is part of the brokerage business.But methods must change with the timesno and are at present located younamen In Jacksonville Sadly missed by his wife, mother
the merchant who is befogged less than the merchandise stockwe
community, ho is a citizen in the district where they have employ and children.
with the idea that businessis
the same as they are, and certainly carry. ment.
he would not defraud them by so bad that no effort can make Jt o Boys' and girls' dairy calf clubs Have five lots in
selling Inferior merchandise at hold better will have to get rid of this BRADFORD COUNTV.SCHAMBER Immediately after the ceremony are Increasing in number, which
up prices the same as many of these idea as his first move for better : OF COMMERCEAt both coupled left In their cars for means Florida is on the way to be Hollywood--the

" fly-by-night concerns are doing. business. the organization t f the Bradford I Lake City and from there to other coming great dairying state. Sea. Would

There Is not a wholesale house or There's nothing in the present County Chamber of Commerceone points of interest. TO TilE VOTERSThe sac-
h' manufacturer in existence who will business situation that warrants could not help being impress I Both couples will reside in Jack rifice one or two.
s1 not give you specials for leaders that such an attitude. Yet, for some reason with the spirVif cooperation shown by sonville and their many friends wish requirements of the Primary
will enable you to combat the prices or other, a great many businessmen the citlftns from every section of ; them every joy and success in life. I Law to register are that you be a Need money to
and values that the bell-ringers are seem to expect that the United Bradford county. It was gathering- BAPTIST .citizen of the United States and a
CHURCH BULLETIN
'..' offering to the retail trade. States should enter into another of business men, who sought, qualified voter under the laws of start a business

Some merchant. will say: "My resembling war prosperity. But, regardless through organization, the development Despite the rain, last Sunday was '.Florida; that you will support and
there.
clerk will not do that-they have of that sort of reasoning, of a section they live in, believeIn a good day with us. The Bible school ,defend the Constitution of the United Free transportation -

I'. too much pride." Clerks of that caliber or rather lack of reasoning, there ; a section that only awaits concerted I was well attended, while the servicesof I States and the laws of Florida; .
,: must eliminate their pride if has been nothing at any time to indicate effort on the part of its citizens the church were shared in by that you are twenty-one years old. frpm
" they're going to retain their positions that money will ever roll uphill to come into its own. 'I splendid congregations A spirit of I The oath to which you subscribefor Jacksonville to

-in fact no man should have again. As the meeting progressed it was Inquiry prevails, and we are looking the General Election to be held par-
: any pride until he I is a millionaire Many business men appear to havean evident that every man present, who ,for a season of continual revival. An I,in November is: that you are tw'i- ties interested.
; idea they should fret rich over had given the matter thought, cat- opportunity I is given each Sunday foP ty-one years old; n citizen of the
, Habitual Constipation Cured night-that's an idea that still persists Ized the time had come for Bradf>rd those who are anxious to start upon United States and will protect and Mrs. Jean Irving
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"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- handed down to us from the county to begin a campaign of Hon the Christian life, and we 'are encouraged 'defend Constitution. of the United 2122
. prepared Syrup Tonlc-LaJl'\tlve for'Habitual gun powder era. We may as well to attract and bring here new let- by those who have* responded I States and the laws of this State Pearl Place

Constipation. It relieves promptly andF make up our mind that the world Is i tiers and industries Too, they realized while other we are sure will The only obligation you assume In Jacksonville Fla..rCGilY.lm.wtJ'
should be taken regularly for' 14 to 21 days and not going to pay us a bonus, even that the one disadvantage our yield, for God answers prayer. We either oath required when qualifying I. .
1 to induce regular action. It Stimulates I
F Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c though we all think we're entitled !'county has been working under during are planing a series of revival meetings to vote is, that you will Jefend
: per bottle. to it. the past will be removed with which will be welcome news toijr2. I and support the Constitution of the J

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