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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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>LUMB FORTY-SEVEN STARKE. FLQRIDA, FRIDAY, HTOllEU 17. 1921.: NUMBER SK\KNTEEN; : : -


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OCK BASE COMMISSIONERS. PROCEEDINGS: EAST COAST RECOVERS FROM, FLORID CENTENNI.tLNOV.9.15:' CONTRACT LET

The Board of County Commis- I Florida Cuntnnial Week at Tallahassee -

n sioners of Bradford County, Florida, November U-in will be) tilled(I I

OF HIGHWAY/ met in 6th regular, 1924 session with all Monday members October -i DAMAGES IN LAST WEEKS\ FLOOD attractions.with many interesting events and! FOR ROAD TO

present, as follows: J. M. Brownlea I 1 I One section of children's costume

Chairman, Louis H. Hill, S. J. Pres- : parade will feature Florida birds.

COMPLETEDM. cott, James Reynolds and H. P. Daytona Center of Loss With 51\0'-1: 'Every member of the feathery tribe LAKEBUTLER
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Gainey. 000 Damage; Sanford I will be represented by child n.
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Minutes of last meeting rend and Ruined; Wattr Stands In I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher will -

Grav Forces Complete approved.The Orlando Flying Atlantic I address till Florida Historical Society Adams & Sanders Awarded

Highway to County Line following reports received wrw. I Thursday, November 13th. I i I Contract For Road
Jacksonville Oct. 11 With the Leading

and ordered tiled: R. A. Green, County (I Among various kinds of exhibits
at Hiahland Judge and Geo. A. Gardiner, Justice sun beginning to Rhino for the first! rill be one on Education. showing From New RiverAt

of Peace, District No. Z. time in several days, central Florida ] t t ( school work, .school re'ords, school
',,rnctor L. M. Gray laid thet from here to the central east coast I 1t: It ,
Upon motion the bonds of toad ,, ,'xr 'f products school history, school Improvement the roi'ont mooting of the bond
| <"f the rock base on the state Bond Trustees of Bradford County was today recovering from one of > mid other features of the trustees of Union county bids were

lm- running through Bradford were reduced to $1000 each. the worst rain storms in its history I school. opened for the construction of the

the Petition received from citizens of The total loss at Daytona, the cen- I I Florida's history will be featured Krudi'il( mud from Long Bridge on
completing
Tuesday
r r Starkc asking that M. D. Newmans ter of the trouble, in property damage I !tin various.. characters. from Ponce Now Klvi'ito Luke Butler, and the

Irk to the county line at Highland. be placed Tipon pauper roll and after was heavy. More than four feet. l 1I'I.'on. The Spanish. Governor, AnDrew contract wa...-'nwariloil to Adams &;

cm, will remain a few days work due consideration, his name was or- of water continues to stand in thl'l' : .",,'kson, Territorial Governors Sunders, "ontrllt'tnrwho are now

tin shoulders before the road dered placed upon said roll at $5: per main streets of New Smyrnn, according from the discovery to the pres" employed, on several of the graded

ill I hr turned over to the state.V month. to a report received h,
.% .rk on laying the rock base on List of errors, double assessments With water reported vtandimr nt 'nt.Th,' Royal Scotch Highlander's Adams elated Wednesday that

r d r mad. was started the middle of and insolvenciences presented by the two feet deep in some sections of 'r I Ir It It liuiul. of St. Petersburg, has been *.- hi expects to start on the work nt

arch. this year, and completed Tax Collector and after examination, Orlando, and with a total rainfall of uroil for the entire week. Other an early ditto, and the work will lu

thin, seven months. Rains during the same was accepted, and the almost a foot and a half during the II buiiiis will be used| rushed! to completion. The completion

,* progress of the work delayed Clerk instructed to allow the proper last 72 hours, the continued down- !riiore will be H n opera concert by of HUH road will give Lake Butler -

construction of the road to a credits upon the account of the Tax pour lot up shortly before noon and, momheiM of the Metropolitan Grand n graded to Stiirkn and an out-

G eat extent and delay in rock ship- Collector as follows: allowed repair work to begin at that t Dpi-in of Now York. lot to the hnrd-siirfnooil highway

nt:. added to the time necessary Total amount State taxes point. Train schedules were reestab- I The exchange of (lugs, lowering running north and south.

'Cj {omplete the base. for which credit was allowed lished this afternoon, according to I the Spanish and raising Old Glory

lor the project that part of the __ __ ____________$ 807.23! announcement of F. H. Langley, of will he featured in costumed char,,,, 11H<)()l\KiTltClioOI. SEE: : :MOVIES\ :

ghway from Lawtey south to the Total County taxes for Lakeland, superintendent in chargeof I ters.. Tuesday night thirty-six pt the

lachua county line has been nccept- whlchcredit was allowed 3349.37 this section of the Atlantic Coast A Territorial l Costume Bull at pupils of Urnokvr school, part of the

by the state. Oiling of the base Total Sub-school taxes for Line system. I which a Queen will be crowned will number being tho honor roll atudnu -
eparatory to asphalt and slag sur- which credit was allowed. 751.29: end the festivities on Friday night.
: were brought to Stnrko In one
been from ..
has
cing completed Heavy Damage at Daytona
Total Special ub-school
of tho school busses attended
tarke to the county line, and with Bond for which credit was Daytona, Oct. 11-While high- I LAWTEY and "
the showing of "On the High Seaa,
nvorable weather this oiling will be allowed __ __ _________- 117.22 ways on all sides are still pra tical- featuring. Jack Holt and Dorothy
Lnwtey, Oct. H-!Mrs. W. M.
ompleted to Highland within a Total .. __ _________.$5115.11The ly impassable, service was reestablished Iliiltim.' Ilrookvr U having of the
short lime. Reddish and daughter, Onto, of Jack- one
/cry here by the Florida East:
Board proceeded to appoint i sonville, were week-end visitors of hott tl'rlllof school In its history
rading in Clay County ProgressingWith Coast railway today and the flood
and clerks for the several
the force at hand, Capt. Mc! election managers precincts of said County for caused by the heavy downpour of < Mrs. Louisa Lowery this your, having secured n splendid
Neil is making fair progress on the rain during the past several days faculty.
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the General Election to be held Tues-
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o"IIT'r.t Mr. and Mrs. J. K. oodtdlow and --
ading of that part of the highway day after the first Monday in No- I had receded more than six inches. .: Ruth and Ella 'asl'Y and t'ullin grasses remain
daughters, Mary returned -
rough Clay county to Maxvilleith vember, 1924, the same being the Property damage In the Halifax Cap?. H. Flemming, Chief Pilot homo Thursday from North green In Florida throughout the year:

state convicts. Two large fills 4th day of said month, and Clerk Instructed I country will be practically the sameas of the1 new U. S. Dirigible ZR-3 In ern New York, where they have something the livestock man nooiU.aldo .
uve required considerable labord to publish the names of estimated yesterday-about $150- its flight across the Atlantic ocean
at this time have not been com- and clerks to deliver it here from Germany been spending the punt three months. \\' and State 1'urm tennis.
said managers as required 000.With
It is expected, however, thattthis I by law, as follows: the exception of the Reid Ca- In trial trips the great airship *.5 I.. H. Hill wan transacting bus!

work will be finished within 1 Precinct No. 1. Lawtey.R. nal bridge, which was dynamited otter successfully met all tests. ness in Starke Tuesday. Alonzn: Strickland, of Klngslcy,

nety days. I A. Blanchard, J. T. Reddish it buckled) and fell in to stream was in town Thursday on bunlnenfl.Mm. .

Work in Duval county on the and H. C. Padgett, Managers and G. yesterday, no other bridges of Im- RAINS DID LITTLE DAMAGE: ; I Mrs R. L. Hannon, of Jacksonville .

ade has progressed to the extent H. Pearce, Clerk. portance were washed away, the THROUGH) THIS SECTIONThe is. upending a few days at her Roy Nuwsom, of Stark9 wax

hat the concrete surfacing will be Precinct No. 2. Starke (North) railway bridges, both the north and furm in East Lawtey. the guest (last work of her parents,
within few it is 'south continued rains of the past Mr. and, 1\Irs. Jack !Howo.Key. .
[fiturted a days, and G. H. Bennett, T. P. Wall and being intact.
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timated will be completed withinlinety S. Williams, Managers andV.. T'I Very little rain fell here today and Week djd very little damage to 'the Dr. J. W. Powell visited relativesin
and Pills
llevls
lint .
I Winter Haven several days James were
day. The plant for mixing Davis, Clerk. conditions should resume normalcy roads. in Bradford county. Although week. visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. .
to concrete will be located at Fif- within the next few days.
Precinct No. 3. Starke (South)
I the rainfall tho
wan heavy, drainage
one and during the past week T. N. Kendrick, Edward Burns andF. I I Low tide at Daytona Beach and a Mrs. W. .1 Torudu was a visitorto and !Mrs 0. V. Anderson, of
ventv-nine carloads of material slack in the rainfall there hope 'canals! and ditches were Bulllcient to
G. Hollinesworth, Managers and gave Jacksonville 1Ionlay.Mrs. Archer, were the guests Sunday. of
lere> placed in readiness for the J. L Peek Clerk. of opportunities for the high water curry' the water away from the roads .
Mr. and Mrs. George Andarion.Rev.
Jrork to begin.IN Precinct No.I.. Graham I to recede. Water has done considerable I before any serious! damage was done. I I l K. R. Thud and Mrs. J. W.

--- ------- damage to stores and street I Only one lateral road was reportedto Powell were visitors to Gainesville
Chcsley Fogg, H. D. Wasden and !lowell, of Hastings, Is
COUNTY JUDGE'S COUnT)
I have been washed. to extent,
paving, it was said. any Monday.
Tommie Odom, Managers and W. T. scheduled to begin! a series of revival -
I the rond running from to
State of Florida vs Adaline McEver, Clerk. Citrus growers in the Deland section Lnwtey Churl Burch home fromSt. services at Grace M. E. church
the Damon came
I place. I
Bryant, colored, charged with assaultd Precinct No. 5. Hampton were flooded and highways Inundated next Monday evening.
The extent of damage to the new Augustine and spent SunIIlYwith
with automobilists still
battery. Plead guilty, sentencedpay Walter Grimn, J. V. Jones and E.
state highway confined to the his family.Mr. .
fine of $10 and costs or sixtyys B. Hutchinson, Managers and C. E. stranded. .i| I,washing was of the shoulders in I Mr. and !\lr.. George Anderson

in jail Harper, Clerk. Sanford Lettuce; away and Mrs J. W. Edwards and visited, relatives in Starke Sunday
Crops Damaged I places, no damage being dono tho
State of Florida vs Alvin Parker, Precinct No. 6. Theressa Sanford Oct. 11 family, of Starke motored, to Lawtey afternoon.
-Heavy damage 1 rock buse. On that portion of the
arged with Plead guilty H. D. May, J. S. Griner Jr. and W.
Thursday.
vagrancy. '
was caused to the lettuce' In' road and the !!
crops 1 completed accepted by J. W. Caldwell: of Seminole<< coun-
ntenced to a fine of $10 and A. Jones, Managers and R. C, lIe 1-
pay this section by heavy rains. Many state, crews In the employ of the few here. Mr.
days
oats or five davs: in the county jail. berger, Clerk. i Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine were ty is spending a
streets were covered by water from ,state are repairing thu ilamn resident here fur
'e. ftilrlwell
State of Florida vs Julia Albert, Precinct No. 7. New' River /! visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.J. : wn n
two inches to a foot deep. Celery and Mr. Gray is repairing the damageto several. years.Mr .
harged with disorderly conduct, D. W. Kelley, C. M. Phillips andS. lettuce fields were covered with waI I the shoulders along the rand northof R. dllin., of Gainesville, way
ave bond of $50: to next C. Crews Managers and W. N. "
appearance t Lawtey. transacting business In Lawtey and !Mrs. O. W. Roberts were
erm of court. Parker, Clerk. ter.The local weather observer an- Thursday visitors to Stnrke Sunday.

In ProbateIn Precinct No. 8. BrookerJ. nounced that 9.20 inches of rain fell Protect the fields in winter by -

re: Guardianship of Holland, II. Kelley, A. L. Green and E. in the 40 hours ending at 7 o'clock I growing cover crops of oats, rye, A largo number from Lawtoy at- lln.Tahl'l! 1\jjjjn,1; children: of

oca, Dora and Markillee Johnson M. Hazen Managers and A. B. Sur- this morning. This Is more than .rape, hairy vetch, or a combinationof tended the bull game at the State Jucknonvllln, are guests this weak

Inors. The guardian, E. D. Futch, rency, Clerk. I three times the rainfall for September. : t them. farm Sunday afternoon between the of her mother !Mrs Siilllu Roddinh.<

sued letters of final discharge, October The following Widow's Pensions Train service Is gradually be- n_ .- .. ',..--- .---.--
13th. approved: ing resumed.

Mrs. Amanda Silcox $6 per Deland reported four inches of

PINE CASTLE month; Mrs. Nannie Holmes $8 per rain in the last 24 hours, with train OCTOBER DAYS ARE DAVIS DAYS -J
month Mrs. Beulah Kelley $8 L
Pine Castle, Oct. 17-Mrs. G. F. ; per service between Orange City and
month Mrs. Lillie Smith $3
ohns and Miss Clemmie Hall were ; per New Smyrna stopped. At New

business visitors to Waldo Wednes- month; Mrs. Welthyane Rhoden $6 Smyrna, residents in the western

per month; Mrs. Arry Dees $3 per section of the city left their homes
day.Mr. month Mrs. Laura Belle Weest $6 I
and Mrs. F. M. Jones and ; this morning by swimming or in

daughter, Mrs. George Ambose, of iler month; Mrs. Elizabeth Lang $3 boats. The damage there was believj
month Mrs. Viola Mikell $10
Waldo, were the guests of Mr. and ; ed considerable. Lakes were reported "
Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sunday afternoon per month; Mrs. Esther Browning out of bounds and woods were
$8 per month; Mrs. Maggie Forsyth flooded.

f Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall, of Hampton $6 per month; Mrs. Mary B. Thomas An infant was killed at New
month Mrs. Sarah Rigdon $fJ
t spent Tuesday with his parents, $8 per ; Smyrna when it fell off the porch of v /
month. -
' Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall. per its home and drowned before assist
The Board adjourned to meet on
Mr. Calvin Davis, of Gainesville, ance could be given. A man was reported !'-
t October 15th, 1924 at ten o'clock a.
and Willie Pravatt were in our section drowned at the same place today
( Sunday afternoon. m., at which time the registrationbooks but confirmation could not be
j will be revised. There being no
i Mrs. G. F. Johns and two daughters had tonight.
further business board adjourned.G. .
i Dell and Doris, spent Tuesday
W. ALDERMAN, CHAMBER OF
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe COMMERCE
t Youngblood, of Graham.Mr. Clerk. MEETING TONIGHT 11i

Thomas Oldham and Mr. MOORE OI'ESISr.NOTHEn AT HAMPTONThe
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[ Jack Padgett, of Graham were STORE regular weekly meeting of

through our section Tuesday.A. the county chamber of commerce

, C.. B. E. and W. H. Hall were Aubrey Moore, who owns the Peoples will be held tonight (Friday) at

attending to business in Waldo Tuesday Grocery near the depot, has se- Hampton at the city hall. Every Vo7E V
1 Bennett's ,tci
afternoon.Mr. cured the building next to I member urged to be present and

Dryden and son Leon were in Grocery, and will open up another bring others with him.
' Hampton Tuesday. store there within a few days.
On
._ account of the disagreeable >
I
Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall CEMETERY WORKING weather last Friday, the meeting I
I II
motored over to Hampton Sunday scheduled, at Lawtey hail to be post

afternoon.Mr. There will be a working of the pone'(. The meeting at Hampton will

A. C. Hall was a business visitor cemetery at New' River on Friday be the first after organization, and

to Stark Wednesday. before the third Sunday in Novem- will be an important one. /

ber. Come, bring your baskets, and I ,
BOARD PROCEEDINGSBoard AVERV'S PICKING ON
let's clean the grounds.
met Oct. 6th, with all up COMMITTEE.Four THE LEGISLATUREOn
members ,
present. November 20th hunters will
Minutes of last meeting read and for the winter /
rood reasons
be turned loose on the quail and the r'i Tit! WIND SH6
approved as read. cover crop: it prevents washing or of (
slaughter these birds will run up / Dow, Art' TMfI
Widows pension claims were allowed erosin, it hold. and preserves plant: Into the thousands. They are the

as follows: Amanda Sikox, food or soil fertility in the land, It I farmer's best standby against the / ? SHtMt MOAt

U; Beulah Kelley, $8; Nannle furnishes green pasturage in winter bugs and worms that destroy the I

I, Holraes8; Welthyan Rhodan, |8Llllie (when most needed), and it supplies crops, bat what doe a professional .

Smith. $3; Arry Dees, $3; Laura humus to turn into the soil in spring. hunter care as long as he has hi* /
P07F +
Belle Weest |6; Elizabeth
The legislature could a
sport.
Lang Esther Levy-Fair business is progressing pass a J
$3; Viola Mitel, $10; law protecting these birds which
are
Browning, '8; Maggie Forsyth, $6; ; a lumber company has given acarload the
farmer
no helpful to and nuisance
no -
Mary B. Thomas |8; Sarah Rigdon, of lumber and W. R. faulter at all. The legislature couldalso :
' $<5. has siren 22 acres of laH; land
L. W. KICKLITER, broken for first building 100x40/ give us a good primary law.- *ue tAS rI R
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{' BRADFORD COUNTY TELBGRAPH. BTARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 17,9jTeniptLttOUS'4

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indicate how the hearts of Southern NEW ACCESSORIES OFFEREDBY
people are turning always to the FORD MOTOR COMPANY: I HOW DOCTORS TREAT

;....-sa1lie f -r. ii- great Stone Mountain Memorial "
which will perpetuate the glorious Windshield wiper, dash light and COLDS AND THE
FLU
:' record of the Confederacy. It shown! rear vision mirror are three new ac-
I i how the Memorial is quickening the cessories now being offered by the

: : 1 I memories of a people and it means Ford Motor Company through Us To break a cold over night
or to
op
FIstBla nd Other Rub! Diseases that all the generations! of the future extensive dealer and service station short an attack of grippe, influenza or i

.-_ --. 8oerurar Ttttfitd br th. will have, in the Book of Memory organization. In presenting these accessories throat physicians and druggists an
---- AMBULANT METHOD an imperishable record of their high the company has followed recommending Calotabft the nau-
ENTERS, WARREN FISIIEK OP stocking. I No boopItaY. no operation, no abnenea heritage. the policy prevailing in the market- Calomel tablet, thai i is purified hum,
. WALL STREETI I "What kind of slippers do you from home, no loot of. time, no Interference ing of all its products, that of giving -, gcroua and sickening effects. Tbo<.
'I'wear with it? Oh yes, I remember with social eng ganent.. The Association expects a record the lowest have tried it say that it acts like man,
had not meant to accept Ellic the paper said purple ones with red Send for my Free Booklet enrollment of children this fall. The the highest quality at far more effective and certain than tli',.
i.. Mitchell's house-party invitation, heels. How absolutely adorable! "Curing Piles and Other Ketnl Book of Memory will not close until posible cost. ityle calomel, heretofore recommend, i
and yet when I arrived at "Dias I You can get away with extreme Dittatea"-It explains every every Southern child has had the opportunity I The Ford windshield wiper is so physicians.One .
s the Mitchell's luxurious things, Sallie, but they're not for me. thingDr. to enroll in Memory of the constructed that the rubber is always or two Calotab. at bed tim
I : estate Dorados on, the Bay Shore of historic I I'm the pink and blue type. Baby Geo. L. Dickersori heroic men and women of the sixties.In I pressed firmly against the a swallow of .water,-that'. all. No. ,

,- a old Pensacola, I was glad that I had blue at that, and believe me, it takes RECTAL 113ft Main AND Bt PELVIC Oppeolta SPECIALIST Knee* the enrollment of the children i I I glass and all vibration is eliminated The, no with nausea eating,nor work the or pleasures.slightest fnterfer Next m, ,, .
F used a woman's prerogative and something more than colors that are 8e on4 Floor Byrne Hldf. the Association desires to work towards yet the wiper is easily operated. ing your cold has vanished and your '..
changed my mind to come at the sweet and girlish to make a hit now- Phone 4411 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., several out-standing dates. ( steel handle has a polished white tern feels refreshed and purified. Cal, .
last minute. adays. By the way," she added as an The first culminating date will be metal grip which will not rust. are sold only in original sealed pork i_ .
r. ',' In keeping with the informalityof after thought "Have you met War- the birthday of Robert E. Lee Jan- The rear vision mirror is made of price ten cents for the vest-pocket O
n the Mitchell's entertaining, the ren Fisher?" f uary 19th. The next date towards polished plate glass manufacturedby I thirty-five cents for the large family r'' <
t !f; chauffer: had been sent to moat me "Sounds like a movie actor.: Nope, dll <1. dl which the Association will work, will the Ford Motor Company. The age. Recommended and guaranteed l
' :. and I had really enjoyed my solitary don't believe I have,. unless-" and medal shows three of the figures of I be Memorial Day and after that I mirror is held firmly by felt clamps delighted.drugxisls., _Your drive through the autumnal- I described the good-looking stranger the central Lee, Jackson and June 3rd,-Jefferson Davis' birth- and an ingenius arrangement not on-
.. scented twilight. Entering the who had given me his "Tom and Davis-and on group the-other side are the 'day. The Association, however, desires ly permits easy adjustment to any DEADIAN'S! NAME:
grounds, the atmosphere of the place Jerry." words "Children's Founders! Roll. that the names be sent in as desired position but also locks the TO GO ON BALtur' )
gave me that rare feeling of exaltation I "That's Warren, all over," an- Commemorating the heroism of the rapidly as possible from time to mirror in position, holding it there
;. that comes from viewing some nounced Ellie, "owns half of Wall people of the Confederacy." time instead of waiting until the last I''' firmly and thus relieving the driverof One of Prohibition Party's Candidates
perfect scene or painting that satisfies Street, bas a gorgeous yacht and I The first 12,000 names represent week before Lee's birthday as it is the inconvenience of making ad- for Presidential Elector ]<.
the senses. easier to handle the blanks and to justments in order to maintain clear Dead But Name Cannot Be
forty-one states and thirteen foreign
"Dias Dorados-Golden Days," I er"Yes, yes, go on," I encouraged, countries counting the insular I issue the medals in small numbers I' rear vision. Withdrawn
... mused. The name was apt'y chosan. walking toward the bath room whereI sessions ,of the United States pos-as than in large quantities. The Ford dash light is neat and attractively -
I drew deep breaths of tlw voodsy could smell the spicy aroma of foreign countries. The states Application blanks may be secur- finished in black to har- Tallahassee--The prohibition pin
fragance and alighting from the cnr, dainty bath crystals in the warm sented are: New York, (Long Island repre- ed from the Children's Founders monize with the instrument board.A will have on its ticket in the Nov. .
I sped up the steps two at a time vapor. also), Massachusetts, Indiana, Illinois Roll Division, 510 Hurt Building, feature is the manner in which the t>er general election the name of i
.; tinglingly/ expectant. "Shh," she put her finger to her Ohio, New Jersey, Rhode Island : Atlanta, Ga. base of the light fits into the panel dead man as a candidate for pn, -,'
r crowd inside was in excellent lips and looked about in a mysterious dential elector.
The California Connecticutt, Penn- N. B. Medals for the children instead of simply being fastened on
Great log fires glowed at manner. "I must have your 'full the surface. This eliminates all
spirits. II sylvania, Washington Wisconsin, whose names follow cannot: be deliv- pos- This waadisclosedincorrespondu! ,
either end of the immense living ) and undivided' to tell you about sibility o! it shaking loos. ,
Michigan, Delaware, Colorado, Missouri ered because of incorrect or insufficient between John H. Cotf in, state ch. '
room with its casement doors and Warren. I will tell you this, though.: Minnesota Montana New addresses. Read the list care- A Ford emergency/ kit, consistingof man of the party at its state-\. :

windows, overlooking a picturesque I (To be continued) Mexico, Arizona Iowa, Oregon, fully and, if possible, furnish full two headlight bulbs, a tail light convention held on September! i
: rivera. At the piano, a girl with THE STONE !MOUNTAIN Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma and correct addresses to the Associ- bulb, a spark plug and a tube repair Johnstown and Secretary of Si i".
copper-colored hair and a shutter- CONFEDEUA'fEIEIORIAL: : Arkansas! Virginia, West Virginia, ation. outfit, also is included in the Ford Crawford Mr. Coffin requested
,. r green tunic was strumming a minor Maryland, Mississippi, District of Abbie C. Clark, Emily Louise Ing- accessory line. secretary to omit the name of II i
accompaniment to one of Service'spoems. The bronze medals for the children Columbia, Georgia, Alabama, South lis, Victoria Rcgini, Earle Neil Wes- Brown, of Hastings, a* a candid>

... enrolled as members of the Chil- Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, ter, Jr., Mary Frances Barnette, Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days because he wan dead. The ret]'. ..
a "And women in a bi-it-ter world I lA' dren's Founders Roll of the Stone Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas and James William Grubbs, George W. Dregaie.refund If FAZOOiNTMLNTfall. came too late, however, as the offi i "t
must do the be-est they can-n" she"I II. Mountain Confederate Memorial Kentucky.The D. Cook, Kathryn Adams, Lawrence to euro Itchiori. r"J.: filredinit or Protruding lists already had been closed.I(,
,
PUea. Instantly relievo Itching Piles and
Hang! in a husky voice oblivious to have been received by the Associa- foreign countries representedby Eugene. Osborne, Thomas Matthews, can get restful sleep after first :application' 60c you Crawford advised Chairman C
I.4'i: : everything but the youth with the I tion and will be mailed out this weekto the enrollment of Southern-born James Edgar Sherman, Billy John- who pave no explanation of the

,.;' patent leather hair who was bending the twelve thousand children already children living away from home are son, Melvin McRae Jett, Marian McRae Jett, Frances Holmes, Er- cumstances! as to how the name ;

'. over her. enrolled. Holland Japan, Mexico, Canal Zone, Freenoy, LeRoy Marrell Leonard, nest Lavelle Harris, B. F. Hilburn, the dead man was placed on 0"
': A great game of some kind was The medal, which was designedby I Alaska Canada, Cuba, China, Hai- Margie Allen Hosking, Sylvia Battle Ethel Eastin, Bertie Carolyn Jepson, ticket.
:. r being played by all other in the Gutzon Borglum and made by wall, Philippines, Brazil, Sweden Robert Burns Norwood, JamesM. Jack McGeorge/ Henry DeWitt
,' room. I edged over to see what was Whitehead and Hoag is very attrac- 'Italy and South West Africa. Thurman, Millard May Farmer, Shank, Jr., Leonard H. Smith, John Mount Dora-New packing ho> 1 .
going on and, realizing my presence tive. It Is bronze hexagonal in shape These enrollments from foreign Julia Elliott Marshall LeRoy Turner Insign,, George Frank Mc- ,of Mount Dora Citrus Growers' E.
: :, the engrossed players glanced up t- I and finely moulded. The face of the I countries and from so many states Grubbs, Edna Crabtree, Isaac Aboaf, Larty, Robert Atkinson Pollock. change nearing completion.
'1. bid me welcome. It was a crap (game
Please don't," I begged motioning .----- .
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let me get in the game. I'm all ganged -
;; v up with sevens." '
: I flung my gloves in one chair
r' my platinum-fox fur in another and
( taking my turn was soon easily the
winner. jr&,4

"Snake-eyes wink at himInspect'em
and sob, come eleven-sweet 1
dynamite," I coerced.
"It's the way Sallie talks to 'em," w
someone good naturedly complained"even
;; the dice are not immune." / 2r: ,

,k', "Yes, you make the rest of us a
look like an Undertakers' Convention -
iiee ," declared a voice behind, and ,i
leaning back on my heels, I turned f II u -

and faced a stranger whom I noticed
''r, was alert In his manner. i:
"We're "way ahead of you too," 9
ho continued, "here's something that .
might give you a little shove In the
u right direction." He smiled engagingly -
and offered me a tall, frosted d '
glass from which I took one exaggerated -
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"That hit the spot, all right," I c,..,._
murmured "and I haven't the excuse
of hot and dusty journey L IV/if"';''
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Ifz.
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), chatted unnoticed, the circle I I INOW

t1\ having"So you're widencnd.Sallie the Sallie, whose Remington Sportsmen's Week- in Your Store -in Your I

face has peered from society columns -

".t all the way from San Francisco Town the Over October 13th 18th
-- Country to
.',' to Cuba. I have followed with Interest -
Ii I your butterfly career and I

agree with your throng of' press- that the hunting season is coming on, there's fits, auto kits, and so on. Why, there's a thrill in just I
II!,', agents. The minute you came into of pleasure in anticipation-fun in getting seeing and handling all the outdoor equipment!
iJIb the room it was like another candle
lighted. ready for it. And here are some of the things you'll see in his Rem-

: 'Hey there you two. Come to the That's why your dealer and Remington are co-operating ington exhibit:

party. Sallie it's up to you." Someone to give you Remington Sportsmen's; Week-a chance for New Improved Model 10 Pump Gun. I
, yelled. you to see what's what for hunt camping and trapping.And Remington Game Loads. i

I "All right, referee; I heard you the show is not held in New York, nor off in
the first time," I responded, "but I Chicago, but right in your store, in your town. Remington Rifles and Metallic Cartridges. .
the dice. Give rain check. And the Remington Knives for Sportsmen I
pass me a ,
So drop in, chat with your dealer. He likes to talk
I'm going up and associate with hunting too. Remington Sportsmen's Weekat your dealer's-novrtRemington. ,
f some soup-suds and water." ,
Then to my gallant companion."See Take time to look things over- not just the Remington .Arms Co., Jne., New York City
" you later. In the meantime I exhibit, but the hunting coats, cooking and camping out Ettabllthed IS 16 c

;. must locate my negligent hostess
Y
She doesn't seem to be properly impressed -
;h;'. over my arrival. Thanks r
, tons, for everything," I flung over
v': my shoulder. miflgtQA
I like this new person. After the -
11\\ indifferent treatment I had received 1 ,

from Curtiss Wright on the eve of
my departure from Jacksonville his I
" attention was reassuring. A maid FIREARMS -AMMUNITIO N-CUTLERY CASH REGISTERS

";' showed me my rooms and while'she

'",,, was unpacking my things! in rushedmy

'it'. "Sallie belated, you hostess.angel" making a dive No,R 3843Tfc 1\\l\\ !l1W! ff

'i, for me. "I'm so glad you decided to I & ? ra.Carvp
8 KMMaoter /* '1
come. I started to call the whole h : iqi i bale. clip fclede. RM : eed I//
:. thing off. when I thought you had punch blade, ecrewUrtver ,I' ;;'j) =-- sI
? Ira r .rePrs+e n .... opener, i .1 rTh. II
:;,' fallen down on us. You see you'rethe bcttla opener ena I. "
life of the and evfaewrew.Kiue '
.; party everythingIs 'r I
flat without you. We're going to .iII IJ"/ ,
.a hop at Ft. Barrancas tonight and IMI1l1IIIIIH.iIi1d ,
it's going to be the most elobrate
affair of the season. What are you

wearing all in one breath, as Ii ./or R."ue.r.Camp and. Remington Hi-Sport" Carfrhfie ,
continued my disrobing I Rmttaftm Qame looJt Trail Ini3.3o..37aSilo11dNC.IIDr5.:
"Oh I tell you what," she went on, Seeelfte. Loads fof SliceAe! Oa...- A Dig haekT knife far nearly every .."'....r4 Mlentlflcollr loaded la a uniform with two eattln( XMatlnejalitheu' for flat trajectoryceuraey
not waiting for an answer, "do puton tandard velM.ly. pattern an.1penetrttlonall Made, punch aatj killing. power
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1
wits- blade endvpeaer. uo m
that purple velvet with the bustle toll.Bven. f
back and red roses. You know the ,

Jenny model you wore at the Yacht \i' '' ,t TN Hlft RoMs'-- M""cllf m ,r-. 1 I
1 the New I / r .r
Club cotillion. Gosh-I
hope you Rwef.rron M.I() Tb.oal"ro..op..dU tt
brought it. You did, didn't you?" t 4.q A. ,n Ow. hlffi power riflu male.
again breathless. |' 1 barer 'baD Chamber.m.. .31 R mi.for.23R.iin.0'./5 gem,JOR I
_ver beferc. c.,,"..._
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shortly, in the act of drawing off a

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b' ,-.._- '". ----....___',..._._...._ Lake City Oct. 11.-The s iwann' '>e ,| Haiiics ('it\:'-Ciimpiunn under way I II qAs
has reached
at White Springs
) river fur beautifying city.
its higest stage of the year and wa
I Live State News j! still coming up at 7 o'clock last' I Tampa-Bids opened for construction

nij'ht.: The heavy daily rain over of Florida Mortgage, Title &

North }o'ioridaand South Georgiafor Bonding Company's 12-story bulltl-

Told by Our Exchanges. the past two weeks have gorgedthe ing.

little streams which feed the Su- '
Winter Haven New
$500,000 ho-
wann e with the result that in '
tel nearing
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places it has overflowed Itshigh
I many
radentown-Stockholders of the I58 i the golu hunters "flocked" to Cal-
banks and backed into the
I up Stuart-Contract let at $23,100
Oil Company have voted ifornia
bounty in :4H, searching for glitter-
flats. It is belived that the destruc-
for construction of 83 miles of lateral
proceed with the boring for oil -
This
gold
ing was the picture painted
tion to and farm properties
crops ditches
in I'ahokee Pifli
tr eh IS in progress near Palmetto. to local citizens by Warren A.I I drainage
along the river will be but slight 's district.
i well now has a depth of 1,075A Lehman, Florida representative ofa the treacherous habits of the tre'l'nhas N
strong flow of water encountat large automobile manufacturingconcern
long since taught nenr-by dwellers Lake Worth-Casino pier to be
various levels has
retarded following his return from a the necessary precautions. rebuilt at cost of $25,000.
work recent visit to that state.

Catarrhal Deafness Ocala-Ground broken for exten- SAY BAYER ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
radentown-The Peninsular Tele- Da'tona-Two hundred and fifty sion of Dixie theatre.
Is often caused by an Inflame. condition
p ne Company has purchased the arrests were made during Septemberby of the mucous lining of the EustacMnnTuba. Unless you self the "Bayer Cru s" tablets
.1 [inor Hotel property on Main Daytona's police department, resulting When this tube IH Inflamed you Brndentown $750,000 apartment on you are

at et, a two-story structure, with in total fines of $3,000, according Hearing1.have a rumbling Unless the sound Inflammation or Imperfect can house to be erected.Commercial not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe

(announced purpose of remodel- to the monthly report of be reduced, your hearing may be dotroyed by millions and
forever. orange crop of Florida prescribed by physicians 24 for
|the building to be used as a borneo Chief Guy Hurd. Only sixteen of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Will for season 1021-25 forecast at years

for the company. Company of- those arrested were set free. Convictions do what ...e claim for It-rid your systttn boxes
c ls have promised the instillation included 39 for drunkenness, of Catarrh.Catarrh or l>oafa aa caused by more 13,100,000 than record, 'or crop 1,000,000 of 102321.boxes Colds Headache'NcuralgiJ Lumbago

complete automatic equipment. 12 for possession of whisky, 14 for Sold by all dnifrirliits for over 40( Tear Pain Toothache
Mating traffic regulations, 14 for F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Groveland-Assessed valuation of Neuritis Rheumatism

ensacola-An unidentified schoon- speeding and four for reckless driv- city placed at $700,000.
",e vas reported aground on Santa Ing. Ragan to be tax collector of Sarasota :' Accept only "Payer" package:

R island, 15 miles east of PensaIco14 county, succeeding E. G. Kasttr-: JacksonvilleFlorida Hast Coast Saf which contains proven directions.

.J ;j, but when the tug Richmond relied Orlando School trustees here ing, resigned. Carl Whiterock to be I railway bridge being! double tracked. Handy "Haver" boxes of 12 talilot

.."t here from a trip along the have approved plans for expenditure supervisor of registration of Glades Palm Alan Ixtttlfn of 24 and 100-UriltftflsU.

th coast, the captain reported that during the next year of about $300- county to fill' the unexpired term of Delich-Work to start on aspirin" Ia Uia trade. mark of n.r Mauurictur" of UuuuanUcacltlwur. of S.llcHloiclJ

M had been unable to locate the 000 during the next year. The improvements T. J. Zimmerman who has resignedon permanent bridge over canal on

s nded vessel. Another attempt sought are a Junior high account of private business interests Dixie highway.

l be made to find the ship, he said. school, a new elementary school William H. Ra,!'nn, of Winter I Fort 1'ierco Excavation work at I Company, Florida Telephonu Company SEAHOAHII TIME TABLE

addition to anotherand Park, to be justice of the peace for and Palm beach Everglade In effect
building large
a $1,500,000 North Street Lucia river ( May 11, 1924)
Tallahassee--Judge Amos Lewis, the third district of Orange county. Telephone Company.
four additional to the :
rooms Southbounll-
pf'/the fourteenth judicial circuit, drainage project to be completed (
West Central school. for the I
Money within six
weeks.
4la been designated to exchange work will be provided through a Tampa-The strike of soma 12- 'l'umpu-New equipment being Installed No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.33 p. m.No. .
{ with Judge A. V. Long, oft ata r in five 3 11:02
places bond i issue which will be submitted to 000 cigarmakcrs apparently was Tampa-New equipment costing playgrounds throughout a. m.

1 tfe eighth district for the term oft the freeholders as soon as details are standstill. No agreement having $23,000 tl) be purchased for extension city. I No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m.

/ #rt beginning at Macclenny on worked out.Miami been reached between the strikers of lire alarm system. No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m.
'October 13. On the same day Jud et.dpg and manufacturers. A. few straggling Orlando-Orlando Potteries, opened I Northbound-

I will hold court in Jackson September arrests by workers went back to their Arcadia-Southern Utilities Com.payn three pears ngo, substantially. enlarging -

Jco&nty.pQuincy. Miami's police force totaled 1,320, posts of duty, while others joined the improving local ice plant at plant. No. 2 reaches Starke 5:03 a. m.

which netted a total in fines of $11- strikers for the first time. The manufacturers cost of $iOOOO.Dunedll1$300.000. No. 4, 4:20 p. m.

-This section is rapidly re- 886, Chief II. L. Quigg reported tothe are confident they declare Luke Worth-Site acquired for No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.

ering from the most severe city manager. Drunkenness con- that the strike will be broken withina hotel to be con- new ward school in North Luke No. 10, Limited, 6:67: p. m.
,'[torm in Bridges in structed on the Fenway-on-the-bay. Worth.Pt'nsucoln$7110OOO.
years. many stituted the principal offense, :310 of few days. The strikers are just as Wannee BranchNo. -
: of Gadsden which
]parts tried county were those arrested having been charged confident that it will be of long duration Bradcntown-Contract awarded for bonds 401 loaves Starke 7:40: a. m.
e* are being replaced to be
away as
with that offense. Next came speeding unless the manufacturersagree erection of addition to First Baptist No. 104 arrives Starke 3:16: p. m.
fut possible and roads sold for of road
as now are completion county
with 140 charged with exceeding to a raise in wages. In spite of church. T. J. GRIFFIN,
Ing made passable. Thirteen inches
the city's speed laws. Sixty-two the strike, over 40,000,000 cigars program.
jf of rainfall in 24 hours Agent
the
was Lake Hamilton Lake
others were taken into custody for were manufactured during the Marion
ord established.I Lake Worth-Contracts to l>o let -
driving cars while under influence of month of September-3,000,000 more Company planning development' of STRAINEh'EYES ,
for of streets al
Improvement and
I Miami Dade county Republicanswill liquor. than for the same month last year large truct of land located on shore leys. Quickly recover their strength If

( not enter the November general it was announced. of Lake Murion. treated with Ivconardi'n Golden Eye
Orlando-It is not unlikely that
[election with a ticket, they have decided the next session of the legislature Jacksonville-A thrilling road race Tampa Contract awarded for Florida East Coast Railroad Com- Lotion. Blood-shot, inflammation and
[ at a party convention. A reso- between of construction of 2 1." miles of pany to |issue $25,000,000 of capital soreness are relieved: without pain in
will be called upon to enact measures a convoy five liquor cars Buy- Cools heals and strengthens .
IliUtion one d.iy. ,
ljunkin to this effect, offered by J. E. requiring all police officers, sheriffs and an automobile bearing prohibition shore seawall from city limits to stock, consisting of 250,001)) Sharon. Insist on having "I-conurdi's.

gtn. The, was carried by a small mar- and traffic officers to be plainly designated agents and sheriff's deputies on Maryland avenue; entire project to Punta Gorda--Additional story I' Jt makes strong nl, ,l\t.ll druggists.

[ resolution was opposed by by uniform or badge, according the Orange Park road ended with cost approximately $500,000.: bo built hotel structure. t'I'
[Peter E. Bartnett, of Homestead, on new
to expressions of autoists the capture of one of the rum cars NOTII-K
candidate Scbring Florida
Republican for
president here who are getting behind the with its load of 25 cases and the arrest Western & Montlcello-Uoii.l to be improvedat Tint'' honnl uf hun l truntmm nf the town of
t I elector. Northern railroad laying rails In, Hlarkv Hurl., will .nwrlva Mil "n the tlth
movement. The would it of George W. Drawdy driver of between this and Tallahassee
once city
measures -
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this district.St. day lit Niivi Crestview-Much local interest is is suggested, do away with the placIng the alleged scout car. Philip Ailovb? fur :Hniinixlmiiuily I I : 5Uoml' I unlloi": <>' fuel l ell,
in 1 liarrvU l li
shown here of firearms in the hands of irresponsible alleged driver of the rum car captured .
ing in the Petersburg .
lately pro -Building permits >niclniw, Hunt1 Ui !>. i>iin>vi>d for fr'nirlmnkii-
Arcadia New
J ted Chicago-Florida highway men with authority to escaped but warrant for his issued during month of September company being Mimi Tyi "V" vnilnui, All prloM K. <). 11.HOrko .
formed, to build! $1,000,000 hotel Ladders to furnish nil nnmuary InfuimKtlon -
detain drivers for arrest on charges ofviolating the
j which would enter the state at Pen- inconsequential totaled $363,000.Sulphur : hero. rnKanltntf. oil tin which bbl Uinn.
acola and traverse Florida eastward nfactions of vehicle laws. prohibition law, was issued by United t ,In. Th. (bent nmnrvM the right to nJ -
,,,,l .11" and .11 U*.
States Commissioner Springs
Carl Noble. Electric
from: that city. Crestview residents -Tampa' JUDGE; : nUDKKS: KM.ICASK J. \jUlla.EY..
Anticipate that hundreds of auto- West Palm Beach-Property owners Drawdy was lodged 'in the county Company to install seven new hugetype OK FRUIT HKI/KIl; ANII t'h.irmsn.C. .
. may soon act on proposals to jail and bond on charges of interfering cars in this city. A, KIITCII.Clurk.
, mobile parties will be routed via this gave ? IIKIJ) AS IMMATUKKRartow : 10-10-6toll-7. .
Lake Worth extend
bridge> inlet,
with
government officers.
place, either bound east or going to ----- -
ocean boulevard northward to Tampa-New garbage incineratorto NoTfnr: T T liiTim;its
Jupiter They allege he got behind the Oct. H--Lat Ma
rum
'fthe ,
gulf coast, with the opening of key.
!' and develop a more adequate be constructed on Lake avenue. Thu town sound( of the town uf Mia....,
".(the new road.TallahasseeBids. convoy aod tried to ditch the purwutK Frostproof citrus! grower, was granted Kl..rl.l. will rwwlv Mil. iiu to 1 ISO p. m.
road system in the territory Immediately > automobile by swerving his car Jacksonville Duval rushing permission yesterday In circuit on Ih* IHh day of NovomluT. A. l>. 1024,
north of this city. The board of ahead county rand at that Urn. the bids t<> Iw. publicity
than of them.
on more Drawdy pulled aside construction of road and bridge court hero to ship four euro of panel for oim uno-Uin" .trunk with etas)
: .000 acres of state lands located county commissioners have ratifiedthe and stopped after bullets from the program mapped out under $3.000- grapefruit) which was seized Saturday :ilump i: body; and sob, fully wulppsd. Bidders
[fin Dade and Broward counties will petition for creation of the dis- officers his to furnlah all nM wary Information on
guns punctured tires 000 bond issue of 1023. by the ulicriir becuuite it did not tracks Mil on. filila must include both ..."
,be opened by trustees of the Internal trict. An election was immediately officials stated.GainesvilleMrs.. meet the acid teat.Judge price for truth and ape oanti and amount alfuwnl -

improvement fund at a meeting called for November, the exact dateto Tallahassee Southern Bell Telephone Edwards: ruled that the I ( on traile-ln for Irnolor llw board .ra.
and all hl.I
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ervr. ik. r.. ht to robot any
here November 8. The land located be fixed later, and the property John McDonald, & Telegraph Company purchases fruit did l meet the color tent. which I, C. V. 1I0/JV Slt

in townships 49, 50, 31 and 52, and holders probably will vote on issuance wife of the convicted robber of an Brevard County Telephone he said was an alternative text under rhalrninn. A of 'Jnwn KIITCIC.i founetl.C .

range 40 -II and 42 is divided into of $625,000: in bonds to cover Atlantic Coast Line railroad shop Company, fast: I'lorid.i Tflenhon, the Florida law. Thin i law h.> explained |i II.> ni-nt-ll.I I ; Cli. .rk of' Town 'ounollnilniHtrution .

many tracts, some of which are as expenses of the improvements. pay roll at High Springs last May, -- --- -------- punned fruit that was fii) .
mall as 20 acres, located in the different when $16,000 was stolen, was arrested I )per cent In color although It failed tack wurc' Jul!!ii such
West Palm Beach This faces
city In Tampa Friday Mr. Coolidge'sown
sections. morning on failures. According, to
to contain the required amount of
Its brightest the fiscal f President Starts Series
during
__ year charges of being an accessory? before I secretary of labor employment
Sanford-Celery;: growersof Semi- year beginning with October, with and after the fact of crime. I. G. sugar. ,during 11)20\ thc-last year of Wilson's

nole county have voted to contribute predictions by persons familiar with Philips and Henry Becker: also of S / a (PLAIN CI.TlliS::- HI.KUHIS administration was :21! per cent

altax of three cents on each box of the growth here of 10,000 new citizens Tampa, were arrested on warrants STRONGLY OIUICHI: TO greater than In 1021: ; :21 J per cent

celery shipped to provide an adver- during the next twelve months. charging perjury in connection with greater than in 1)22J.K\ ; \ greater

tising fund with which to spread information Building permits for the year just the trial of John McDonald In Orlando- Announcement In made than in 11)23.: and IB per cent greater

throughout the country of closed totaled 1209900. City Mana- Gainesville at the June term of the here that the Florida Automobile than during the Unit six months

the merits of the local product. The ger George L. Wright estimates that circuit court, in which they were Association has endorsed 1 the policy of 11)21. If thin in a sample Krpubllran -

growers in this vicinity are the first, improvements of a sundry nature witnesses James S. Moody, Jr., also adopted by the American Automobile prosperity, may (hiLord du-

IV is stated, to adopt this novel that are expected to cost at least wanted in connection with the per- /Wot'iutidn, with which It Is liver us front any mureif It I'unta

scheme of taxing themselves for advertising $6,000,000 will be placed under way jury charge could not be found. It is allllluted,, calling attention to the Jordu Herald. '

their product.'PensacolaCleve within the next year. Among these alleged the trio "framed" an alibi in I necessity for having all police officer -

will be, he expects, a city hall build- the McDonald trial. The three prisoners II *, xheriMH und deputies plainlydesignated
i ia ip is I
: ? Harvell, of Mil- Ing. are being held in the Alachua by uniform or budge. and I

ton, Florida was acquitted by a county jail to await trial at the Jan- of warning motorist of the hazards
jury of the charge of killing C. E. Tallahassee Five party tickets uary term of circuit court. An effort Involved in tolerating the placing of
, Sudnall, owner of the telephone will appear on the November election -
exchange to secure bond for their release lire arms in tho hands of Irresponsible -
and the Exchange Hotel at ballot in Florida it was revealed will be made. men with authority to detain I
I
''Milton. Harvell was jointly indicted when the American party certified driver for inconsequential Infrac-I ,

with W. C. Rhodes, of Flomatom, in its ticket to State Secretary II. West Palm Beach Constructionof h"ins "f the motor vehicle IIIWH., Undo John
connection with the killing and Clay Crawford. The other four parties the Florida j I
Western and Northern The action in' said to be the outlorne I motored! out; to Easyvllle a
when the jury acquitted Harvell, after are Democrats, Republicans, Railroad, a branch of the SeaboardAir of a recent Illinois fatality I day or two ago I'd

being locked up all night the Prohibition and Progressive. The Line, from this place to Colemanin lY rdr which resulted from the shooting ..II i imi hard SunS talon about '.tn thatI
tate none prossed the case against tickets of each of which have been Sumter county, affording direct /t'L.I I automobile driver who failed to didn't think wan so I used to

Rhodes. certified to the state secretary. Two cross-state connection to Tampa, I stop when held up by the assistantiiipermtundcTt live at Ea.yviHiho half way

J-;; women appear on the American party was speeded up this week with the t of mails at Peoria, I' mothered me.-*!, when tn" .')'
following ticket I deal, sea 1, "
candidates for she
; appointments as electors. avowed promise by railroad officials III who wore no official uniform or i told m* was
by Governor Ilardee They are: Mrs. Eva Thornton and that the line will be in operation by I ljllilevi..ible to the motoriHt. | tin an' ,.ea"
were announced: A. G. McVagge, of UTS. Charlotte R. Coffin. Gilbert O. 1'' d She didn't have no fever, andbor
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Vernon January 1, 1025; unless some unforeseen I The matter has attracted the attention pulse w.s ronntn low
( to be game warden for Nations Washington, is the
candidate -
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'''' difficulty intervenes. The last of motorists throughout the HOT symptom was about
Washington to succeed Homer for
R. county, president on the American right-of-way obstacle was removed\ I < and it is I believed that ..ru'xrnzcd the same as thirty yeah ago"
Gilbert, resigned. E. A. Kennedy ticket.Tallahassee .
party here when the city commission, by I car owners will welcome th/'I| She wwr.n't enjoyln more of prp
| of Green Cove Springs, to be t wn I ir.d.n'
the 'Uw .-
Gov. passing certain ordinances, made effective "i<'turn taken by the legislature board than what mcn
Ilardee has '
a member of the board of public in- I 'I muchdeader
sb wou1dn t seem
an agreement between .f the A. A. A.
made the following the In seeking the co"III'rati.n I
I. !
struction of appointments: hl expired
Clay
county to succeedG. If she really
l II. Hall, resigned. C. II. Levings, E.; Schilling, of Miami, to succeed railroad Water and the West I'alm Beach I I i| + of motor vehicle depart-I' No trwe r. was Moosnln on

:Jasper, to be game warden for Hamilton himself as member of the state road Company, by which the latter i menu in forestalling similar fatali j i the law-e-. nd nrj house waeMinted. '
county. departmet. The appointment is a recess grants the last 1,500 feet of needed to,< -, Members of the F. A. A. can ox11t If she had heard of

one until the next senate, whenit right-of-way for the site of the new I m thin work both through support "'o&vi.pyd*" they hJn grit -:

Dayton*-Residents of the neigh- will be confirmed or rejected. C. E. railroad's depot. Construction of the hMIdIIat Coolidge throwing out of any bills which the association r iiiutlntwit! Th alleys nwxterltip
boring state of Georgia literally are new 1100,000 passenger depot here UM Ore ball to start the world I Tiny elect to brinif before legislature r>>_nn.' the weds woegrewtd

[""flocking" into Florida in search of BUILD STRENGTHThe will be started within the next few sears KAarw between tfe. WaalUng- at IU next session. "'ab--e. e b family that
days, officials annonuced. Simultaneously too, Aawrtcaui 1 lean* cfcaunptaasj.. --- own.d s spot**! pup
beauty and warmth of climate -
even body depends entirely on the with the Mid UM New York OUoU. NiUooeJ Heard a well-meaning evidently howled M we went by. ,
blood for strength. If the blood is passenger station JeWin..... Ignorant Republican enthusingover TjMi wtmoien looked elab-
A TONIC work will be the construction of
thin impure and undernourished, a tlded, eo' the men was wtiiakumj -
the
/It that is
'Orove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores your strength is impaired, your vitality large freight depot. wave prosperity rmoli. A .ten.q
supposed to he sweeping the country fare etitttn
is lowered and of with wovden .u
your power a
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and resistance against disease lessened.LEONARDVS Gainesville-T. U Williams former ize have so far faili'd. Comptroller this Republican, of course, attributing I. the bank I rileY be

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its ELIXIR FOR vice president and cashier of the Ernest Amos last week appointinga it to the republican administra/ wrong about It. but rye got thin

. strengthening invigorating effect see how THE BLOOD feeds the blood defunct Bank of Williston, has been receiver for the institution, stating tion. Let's sep: During the last three much to say I eoal.rnt stand re-

I it brings color to the cheeks and how builds it up, makes it rich red and indicted by the Levy county grand in his letter to the directors that years of Wilflon'n administrationthere h.mr m' far a funeral TeryqytiftAitl

It improve the appetite you will then pure. Goer" .- blood means jury on four charges growing out of he considered sufficient time had were 1HU! bank failures. Dunm- .. .1.-S

if appreciate iu true tonic value.Grove's health stren't.u i j new vigor. the failure of that institution, according been given for reorganization, and three and a half years of larding' y. r. ,

Tasteless chill Tonic is limply Lake Fortify it your b>_ay against
jP- Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So using LEONARDI'S stronger more healthy ELIXIR by The indictments; charge unlawful deemed it necessary to act, but that failures, 428 of these being during

pleasant even children like It. The blood FOR TUB BLOOD, the Ideal ton : issuance of certificates of deposits, reorganization could be perfected the first six months of thin year.

.needs QUININE to Purify it aad IRON to \ and purCier. Ask for LEON larceny and embezzlement of $1,200( after tho Appointment ef a receive Uuririff the three snit a half years uf

Enrich It. Destroys Malarial) germs and ARDI'S ELIXIR in.the ytlhw and misappropriation of $3,300. The .s well as before. Williams was released herding and Coolidge there weft- i./j I

,Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invigor package. Refuse all subttitutsft At bank closed its doors about three under bond of $1,509 in each; 72,833 commercial failures During

sting Effect. 60c all druggists months ago and effort to reorgao1fa ease aggregating the Last three years of Wilson's ad- .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17': 1921.
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: PACK roua MISS EDWARDS GAVE- "" BEAUTIFUL ,,-- Edwards, of Miami, Aileen Alvarez, Allen Allen J.Carrla A.--Moved do from county I Mill.. CHaa, T. J.-do doPopp.ll -

1. TEA FOR MISS MATTHEWS Ethel Griffin, Hilda Struth Little Burn.Rlch.rd D.-Dead Reynold. Richard Dead
Lillian Brown W. B.-Moved from countyBrown. Scott. Gee-Mood from aounty.
, Smoak of Tampa,
Lucile Jerotnado Small Richard-do
C>Ci.a..1. In honor of Miss Jeannette Mat Sternberir, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Messrs. ,,C.....,. John W.-Dead Shaw Leonard W.-do
/ 3.g thews Miss )(able Edwards entertained Frank Pomeroy of Jacksonville; Carter Geonr*-do Starling. Frank-Dead
.
Cad,. .1.....-do Sweat. Fred-Dead.
large number of guests at of Joe Dalton ,.. Thomas, Percy L.-Moved from
tsJa.ak,. > a Clifton Brown, Tampa; I Carter. Cordla Moved tram COWlt covey
cieIJ an elegant tea Saturday afternoon,, of U. of F.; LeRoy Roane, of..Dade butch Will Jim Q.D.---doGaaklna. do Wlbon.. J.Jaa.C.-Dead E.-doWllta.

at the lovely home of her sisfer, Tampa; J. T. )Moore of Lawtey; I T. .iltlMtDead Warren E. C -Moved from tI01IDt'.
North Walnut \latthewlII CirifTia.. S. B.-Moved from County" Wilson De W.doY5rborough. ,
_. .---- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, on Powell Carpenter Eugene : .
-- -- 'Gram. ArtltuDeaci M.'N-.r-:;
1
street. Frank Carpenter Gerald Middleton, Gavoham. J. J.-doHieka. t

:, Phoned 2J Lind Ion The rooms were tastefully decora- Joseph Thomas Mrs. J. L. Briggs, ''I Henry. Bagels J.-a doHilliard. -doHllliard. A.in.Andrew.Alice. V.L...-A..m.rta-Deacl do

. I ed with a profusion of pink radiance of Jacksonville, Rev. L. B. Siippson, Ed-do Brown. R. R.-do
fern and valley and ferns, E. Smoak of Tampa Mrs. lIod.... Tom-doHoward. Deaver. W. I.-do
J.
with vine Mrs. ,
JEANNETTE MATTHEWS bride's roses roses, antigonon I H. A.-Dead Hs.. F. A.-doHarrla.
' 1.: MISS OF 'lilies caught with tulle. French baskets and wall vases be- M. E. Edwards, Mrs. J. :\Mitchell, Huvhea, P. G.-Moved from county. J. J.-doMoitt.
" t BECOMES THE BUIUB of honor used effectively, also pink shaded. Mrs. Ceo. C. Liningston of Tampa; John.. W Larton-do Arthur-do
MR. MARCUS F. BROWNA I Mrs. Norman, the matron ing Jon.... Pearl P.-do Owen Belldo
gowned in gold georgette candles added their soft radiance to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mr. Jonea. Eh..:..th-do Pace Ch... f,-Moved from countyParHflh

t''J.' brilliant wedding- was that of over, was gold cloth, ostrich trimmings the pretty scene. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. E. Moody.LoowI1o. .n-cto G. Waab-doVoaley. Powell., Robert E.-Dead S.-do

ir Mini Jeannette Dorothy Matthew and gold slippers. I As the guests entered little Martha Wilson of Cocoa Mrs. J. T. Moore, G.o.-doMcion. Smith Klrby-Moved from countyThomaa.
: C.roIfDDoacI J. N.-Dead
a; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I I Miss Florence Matthews, maid of Powell and Lois Adkins received of Lawtey, Misses Mable Edwajrds, ReddUh, _Dnd Thornton John do / .
Simeon Matthew, to Mr. Marcus I a dress of silk net the cards and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Lois Efird and Alice Tharin. Rosier John B-doMoaley. I Number. 4BevllU
4 honor wore I K.M..ad from county J. IL-Moved from countyBerry.
Frederick Brown at' the First i handsomely embroidered In greenland greeted the guests and directed themto Koblnaon. Foatvr-Moved from county ArthurdoDun.eherl.
Methodist Church Tuesday evening, '[ metallic cloth the living room, where they were MRS. NEFF ENTERTAINEDFUR Smith Alfred-do Joe -Dead
silver, over green
MISS MATTHEWS H.Tk-a. Emily) D.-Dead Gray ij.- HloCarney.
i I
7; c at eight o'clock. and silver slippers. received by Miss Edwards, the hostess Stanley.' c..phae-do N. H.-Mo..4 from county
with its Miss Matthews the honoree; WIHiama Jorrl.n-M....... from county. Milliard Dock-do
lovely
w + The church was I I I Miss Marguerite Shriver first ; At her attractive home on North William.. J. W.-DndWater Milliard M it tin-do .
decoration of greenery and superb bridesmaid, and Miss Aileen Alvare: Mrs.. E. S. Matthews, mcJther of the .Walnut street, Mrs. E. R. Neff gave .. Fred-Moved from county Keil.,.. Da... C.-do

yellow dahlias. Bamboo, pottod ferns each wore gold georgette over. gold bride; and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. an enjoyable sewing party Friday I William.William, Tom Louia-C.do-do fan Kirk.. J.A.-D.-do doMilli.

and palms formed a most attractive cloth, finished with gold lace banding Miss Matthews was most becomIngly afternoon from 4:30: to 6:30: compli- w...... Ida-do H. R.-do
N...... S Smith L. C.-do
background for the wedding partyas I ,and gold ribbons, their slippers attired in scarab green georgette mentary to Miss Jeannette Matthews Bryan Phillip F.-Dead Smith Fannie-do
the members approached and I being of color to match. with pearl bad! trimmings; i i Hrooka. William G.-Moved from Count Number. I
Moved from county
F. E-
Rurrouffha. do Henry
{ for the R.-
= gathered around the chancl I Miss Dorothy Edwards, of Miami, Hiss Edwards' dainty dress was of The time was pleasantly spent in i Bryan. B R.-Dead Henry. Carrie-do
f ceremony. The bride and groom Struth each were pink georgette and velvet, with making dish towels for the bride and I Chaw, Fdwin--Mad from county Number. a
'and Miss Hilda R. B. Moved from countyNaylor.
with asparagus 'Tarlo. Geo.-!oCarter. Baylor. -
stood under an arch covered in georgette over silver \ which she wore a corsage of pink in listening to several beautiful Tharll. C.-do / J. J.-do
fern and dainty yellow gowned green of silver' roses. Mrs. Matthews handsome voice selections by Miss Hilda I..C.....,. Charlie C.-donraby. Bennett, A. L..-do -
cloth with trimmings Charlie P.-rdo
arch C.-do
flowers and on each side of the lace banding and ribbons, with which dress was of gray georgette over Struth, accompanied by :Miss Ethel :('_h". Math M.doHa.Dead I7.o.lIn -doHltihtower '
was a tall French basket filled with I All of the pink taffeta, and Mrs.\ Adkins worea Griffin. '('ox. J. Lido
they wore silver slippers. I ." J. 8. doSaaM.
Clrmonii. William Jame.
candles also H.-Mpv. from County -
yellow dahlias; yellow bridesmaids dresses were made bouffant lovely frock of gold georgettewith The hostess served tempting fruit )ads. Jaelwnn R.-Dcad ..V. Ben-do
added to the beauty of the gcene. bead trimmings. salad heart shaped sandwiches hot [)yol. Ceo W.-doJreen. Number 1Dowllnir.
of honor) ,
L'' with white style, and the matron Andrew J.-Moved from county eel P.-Moved from county
The aisles were carpeted maid of honor and bridesmaids each Serving punch on the porch were chocolate and whipped cream. I'I..h.m. La:M -do Dowlinir. Joe L.-do
and the dignity, simplicity and beau- The invited : Mrs. Milliard. M. I.-do Modv.. Job n-deadKorce
of yellow Miss Lois Efird, of Winston-Salen, guests were
carried arm bouquets G'I '[n0ram. Kverett-do H. U.-Moved from countyAbe.
effect em-
ty of the decorative Rave chrysanthemums. N. C., and Miss Alice Tharin. ServIng W. Brown and Mrs. J. T. Moore, .laeluon" Oliver-Dmd. Fraxl.r-DeadKerc.
I phaitis to the solemnity of the hour. In the dining room were Mrs. J. Lawtey, Mesdames! A. Z. Adkins, ,lackaon. Fred B.-Moved from county. ., Mr.. H. -Moved from county
under the direction The charming little flower girls, M.I! K.II.". F. R. Jr.-do Mabry. William do
) The decorations were of Mr. C. Adkins and Mrs. Leo Blake, oGainesville. E. Edwards E. L. Bugs, J. E. I...... W. K.-rlo Number SEduanlfl.
w of Mra. O. L. BeasUy, who Lillian Sternbcrg, daughter Misses Aileen Alvarez penmg, E. S. Matthews Bruce Norman Lewiri. Elnm-do T. B -Moved: from county
,
Mm. DeWitt C. I and Mrs. N. Sternbcrg, and Lucile Kurrhe Curtis E.-do Ldunnln J. V.-Homa
sisted
wan ably n by of Dr. and MrJ., and Hilda Struth.Refreshments of Jacksonville, Heibert C. rlocdy. James T.-do 11>'- .. O W., Thad
of Smi.nk daughter
Jones and Mrs. Bruce Norman Mable
Ritch, T. J. Alderman Misses
beautifulin of dainty sane -
of were
Tampa
ushers E. Smoak
were
Jacksonville. Acting as Hilda .
Gerald Middleton Frank Carpenter 1 frocks of gold georgette over gold I wichcg. salted almonds, tea, coffee Edwards, Aileen Alvarez .
Marguerite ---
C" Eugene Matthews, Joseph Thomas.As I satin. The rmgbeurer, A. Z. Adkinsi and mints were served from a beautiful Struth, Florence Matthews, $-Save:':"-:If- ':SavetSave3SaveSaveS8eve: : =$
ff Shriver Dorothy Edwards I
? Mrs. table covered with a
Jr. white satin suit. appointed
the church watt tilling with nla-1 wore a of Miami Ethel Griffin and the honoree
'
; Matthews mother of the bride, wore handsome hand-made cloth of drawn 11 ;
tives and friends of the two The Miss Matthews.DELIf.HTFUL .
georgette over rose satin. | work and Maderia embroidery.
of wedding music was ex- gray
fjuiflltely a program rendered by Mrs. A. Z.Adkln. I The bride is the attractive daughter table was centered by a cut glass CONCERT I n fr k' arhry :

'1 ., Mr\ *. J. L. Briggs. of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews i I basket of pink roses placed basket on a being re. AT CLUB HOUSE t Jr { :
fleeter the handle of the
College ,
of the Woman's
D. I'. Carpenter and, Miss is a graduate ,i
c' Ethel Griffin. The musical Cumbers at Tallahassee, and member of ,; ornamented with a fluffy pink The Woman's Club was the scene > =
the .Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. The ,; tulle bow. From the chandelier to of a delightful' concert Thursday <
were:
social attentions shown her the four corners of the table there October the ninths when
Fran many : evening, '
Confession ( I
?r Violin-Simple extended streamers of pink tulle, ati
Lau and
beautiful Miss
number of Miss Anna Canova J
and the large
Thome. Op. 25)) -:'>Ir. l>. I'. Carpenter /
cia
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c, y. wedding presents attest to the number caught at the corners by a pink Julia Etta Canova rendered the following L rG
; with Miss Ethel Griffin, pia-
I / rosebud. Pink shaded tapers were
that she
of warm friends posses \ program: /
no accompanist. also effectively used in the dining (A) Hungarian Rhapsody No.8.
sea "
At Dawning (Cudman)- I
Voice-
,
room. Pouring coffee was Mrs. M. E.
cjt Mr. Brown is the son of Dr. and Liszt i
' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. '
Edwards, and presiding over the tea
)' Duvt-Barcarolle (From Tales of Mrs G. W. Brown, of Lawtey is a I was Mrs ,S. E. Brownlee. (B) Nolas Felix Arhut. ''I'I I '
Miss Anna CanovaA I
Hoffman Mrs. J. L. Brlggs and graduate of the University of Flor- I -
r Miss Ethel Griffin directed a sweet Memory, E. R. ParkB :
( )
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ida and a member of the Pi Kappa I'
Voice-I Love You, Dear (Friml) Alpha fraternity. lie t* a member'' musical program from the Edison ( ) A Little Dutch Garden. MarksC J I H:, '

Mrs. J. L. Briggs. of the firm of Shackelford and and the piano. Mrs. Florence Powell ( ) Floods of Spring Rachman i : 1,1;:

As Miss Ethel Griffin skillfully Brown, prominent lawyers of Tampa sang several numbers, her splendid inoff I :
ir 1
qt voice being at its hest. Miss Mabel LauA scietice
played Lohengrin's Wedding March where Mr. and Mrs. Brown will w#
be r, the bride's maids, Misses Marguerite make their home in Palma Ceia A large number of guests came ( ) Mindin' My Business Song 1'1 /' I III

Shriver, Dorothy Edward, of Miami 1'ark. and went throughout the afternoon and jazz dance / .' .r/,,
and thoroughly ejoyed this unusually Miss Julia Etta Canova raw lJ iewIr p 5ij
Aileen Alvarez and Hilda Immediately after the ceremony
lovely affair given in compliment Aria, 0 Meo Fernando from La- Ii
advanced one held the clubhouse
Struth, slowly up a reception was at
to Miss Matthews, one oStarke's Favorite Danixetti II .
; aisle; while the groomsmen, Frank which had been elaborately
r Pomeroy,' of Jacksonville, Clifton decorated with ferns, bamboo, yellow most popular brides. Miss Mabel Lau j ,:1 Conscience talks to all-.but few have the courage i j.. "
(A) Chopiano Satire on a few ofChopin's : : ;
t Brown, of Tampa, Joe Dalton of dahlias and* marigolds, the decorating ItUIIML PARTY ENTERTAINED: I
the University of "Florida and Le- being done by Mrs J. L. Peek, selections! Henry LangeB ,I to obey. The man who has strength of will to regulate i iI

4 Roy Koane of Tampa advanced Mrs. Edward Burns and Miss Mable After the rehearsal Monday evening ( ) Variations on SuwanneeRiver,
his affairs conditions and
transcribed by Anna Canova.C to as they exist saves !
the Brown-Matthews I 1 i
.. from the other aisle. Mr*. Bruce Weller. wedding ;

Norman, of Jacksonville matron of I Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Miss party were entertained by Col.! and ( ) Xylophone Miss Anna Solo. Canova, Rusal'.n Rag regularly soon finds that conditions change-..and always II III
Mrs.: A. Z. their home
officiating Adkins at on
10\ honor, was followed by the Mable Weller greeted the guestsat I ''I
minister, Rev. L. B. Simpson af-I' the door and directed them to the North Walnut street, this being the Ensemble, Mighty Laa, Rose for the better.Conscience .
Lau and CanovaMiss
i Misses
culmination of number of I
: .' ter which came the maid of receiving. line, which was composedof a prenuptial
., + affairs in honor of Miss Anna Canova is a brilliantperformer
: sister of given
Miss Florence Matthews and the I
the bridal
party parents
; i" the bride. The bridegroom and his of the bride and groom Mr. and Jeannette latthewlI.1I1r. on the piano; and her I says VE.So! why don't you start

''t'r: : best man, Mr. J. '1'. Moore of Law- Mrs K. S. Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. Brown presented the gentlemen much music enjoyed.She on the. xplophone also was this week? This institution pays 4 per cent on sav- l I
tey, advanced to the chancel and of the wedding party with gold ,
G. W. Brown.A
t were followed by the ringliearvr; knives and Miss Matthews gave is a former Starke girl and I ing'accounts and stands ready to assist its depositors I'I'I I'

.. :Mauler A. Z. Adklns Jr., and dainty dainty Ice course was served by each of the ladies attending her a has many friends who are watchingwith
;P t' Mesdames W. E. Midlleton, J. L. interest her musical career. I in
<, little flower girls Lillian Stern- set of gold sweater pins. Lillian many ways. J
I berg and Lucilu Smoak, of Tampa.j Peek, J.1.. Alvarez, Misses Lucile Sternberg and Lucile Smoak, of I Miss Lau has a lyric soprano I '
:. Michel) Hazel Middleton, Elise voice and her clear sweet and .
who spread flowers In the path Tampa, the little flower girls were I -- I
bride, who was given in marriage by'I Tone, Florence and Elizabeth I given gold bobbed hair combs and attractive manner charmed her hear

her father, Mr. E. S. Matthews. Jrews An- A. Z. Adkins Jr., the ringbearer, received ers.Little Make This Bank
r While the ceremony was being |I The three tier bride's cake 'was a gold knife. Miss Julia Etta was very I / I i

performed Mr. D. P. Carpenter soft perfect production of culinary and I The hostess assisted byIrs.. J. pleasing in her song and dancing. Your Bank

? ly played Traumeri, by Schumun. asa trtiatic skill and was surmounted E. Wilson, of Cocoa, Miss Lois Efrid

I violin solo; and when tho contractIng / >y a wreath and wedding bell. The 'I ,,:>f Winston-Salem, N. C., and Miss BROOKE +11 fi
time honored custom of cutting theride's Alice Tharin. served
) parties were pronounced man an appetizing Brookor, Oct. IT-W. S. Nabb and ,
r and wife, the strains of Mentlels-I cake was enjoyed to the fulli i;salad course of saltines chicken last

shon's wedding march rang out as ,'est extent by the bridal party and !' I i!mlad, candied cherries coffee and son Wednesday, Dogan here of Sampson with friends, spent and I I

i a recessional. I.IrU1'U.; mnta. The decorations for this prety relatives. Bradford County Bank fl'

. ; The fair bride, never looked lovelier Mrs. Brown's traveling dress win '11: affair were of pink roses and Guy Long spent Sunday in Jack- n

i'J!(!. than in her wedding dress ofollyO.Crepu" ,of Hen-foam green Churmeen with j'erns while pink candles added to onville with friends. l 1..1.

,::': ":\( fashioned in panel- :and trimmings and accessories to 1;he charm of the rooms. Miss Minnie Ogden of Graham I Established 1889

.;. S ed| effect cascaded with Chatilly 1 latch She wore a small velvet hat The guests were the weeding pary Sunday here with friends. I

";7", lace beaded In pearls Her veil way IInd long coat of rosewood Lustrosm.rhmediatrly t: nnd a few friends namely: Mr. pent H. P. Gainey and W. II. Shaw I ij' "Bradford County's Finincial Stronghold"aAHSEaasSsa.te :
I Marcus F. Brown Jeannette I
after the reception, Mr. Miss pent Tuesday in Starke on business ,
banding[ 1 I'111'1.1 Mrs. Brown left in their car for i].Ijitthfws Mrs. Bruce Norman of Schell Byrd and Dupree Abemaeny ..1.. l.

:.' Born and pearls In coronet atYle.1lj' I Il II wedding journey to points of in- 'Jacksonville, Misses Florence Mathews of Graham spent Sunday evening $- --$ S-Jieg-l-aneti--g-aneg-g
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l. ... She carried a shower bouquet of / 1 erent in Florida. t: Marguerite: Shriver Dorothy ere with friends.A. .
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j : ----- lainesville, spent Sunday here with --


K: fc friends Mr. and and relatives.Mrs. Alvlne Waiden GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

BIG FALL SALE pent Saturday in Starke on busi-

ess. &. RITCH

:Misses! Mattie Ogden and Laura REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

Don't Miss This Event Wynn spent the week-end at their INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,
I
;. I homeR in Graham anti Starke.J. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
II. Kelley spent the. week-end at
BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
We sale Shady Grove attendingchurch.L. .
are featuring an unusually early
R. Gainey and family spent MADE PROMPTLY

;.. 4..i w' of women's and misses'new Fall Dresses Sunday at LaCrosse with friend -


,t: which will enable the women of Starke rrelltvlew-\uch local Interest is "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MALE WE WOULD MAKE U"Jab .
icing shown here in the lately projected -
/ to purchase the newest Fall models at I Chicago-Florida highway Iftk PrinlM af th. old rell.bl. *S IY(.* PURE- and -GKH BRANDS" Bavaaay.

which would enter the state at Pen- antainln. PALL PRICES. S....... af QUALITY for th. Put f.rtr. y-a,. wtt.
I end of the season prices. Superior qualities I sacola and traverse Florida eastward I.rlda G........ Print rffht-qaallty -' .,,,. NM the .._*-bat the BEST f.. !.>
'..... AlMC"t Brlcellit INSECTICIDES. 8PBAYER3. DUSTERS sad DUSTS.
0 low from that city. Crestview residents
at exceptionally prices. I
anticipate that hundreds of automobile E .O. Painter Fertilizer Co. JacktoariDe, FL

I parties will be routed via this

,, place, either bound east or going to
I Lot of Silk and Wool
I dresses 00 the gulf coast with the opening of
f Sale Price ___u_ .
the new road. SASH

r '!_ ry I Lot of Silk and Wool dresses $10 Oftr I PUBLIC NOTICE DOORS LUMBER BRICEMENT

.: Sale Price __ .
,' uuuu Notic (I. hereby riven that .! a mMtlng. of
# the bnar.1' of county ......ml..lon... In .nd BUILDERS HARDWARESHERWIN
t, I Lot of Wool dresses fn. iid./arf1 eounty Floril, h.ld on U,.
f.1 Jt Sale Price $5. 00 l.Uh dn cl Oototxr. 19.34, U,. followln .
: ------ n.m.d personv..r. crd red Btrlck.n from Everything
th. ...{*tmtion book of Mid county, for WILLIAMS !
'W I Very Attractive Lot of Silk $ 16.75 U,. ......... art oppo.lt said namea.Further tor
., q and Wool dresses __unu____. flotte. w vtven that tha board ofcounty PAINT llaildiae

f f.. Y+ 1b .,.. enmmiatlonera October 24th. will 1914.b.from In baton 10 0..1..onFrld. .... ICY ANIZE, and I

a. m.. to It m., "o rotor auch..nwa a. VARNISHES t Repairing
'. \ have teen "' ..... ,. utrlckan front th.: aaldbooka.
b)j ( Come in and inspect them. You are J. M. BROWNLEE.".. CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY;

under Attest: Chairmaa.G. /
obligations to buy.MARGUERITE'S
e no VT. ALDERMAN STARKE FLORIDA
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1924. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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J I here. Mr. Dell carried his stock of visited friends here --- ---
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Wednesday Bring somebody.
goods and will open up a general I ternoon. been visiting her parents, Mr. and .
merchandise business on Dixie Highway Evening worship at 7:30.: The sermon Mrs W. S. Futch, returned to her I
Bits of LocalInformation I one block from Canal atreet. Mr. C. A. Youngblood and E. S. will" be "Four Disclosures of the home at Seminole this week.
Sibly were .transacting business In Cross. The song service of fifteen
and is wished Mrs '
Much success prosperity VanAlitino ha
Putnam Hall Wednesday. minutes Is enjoyed by all, and this recently
him and famlly.j visited friends and relatives
at ('uea.
feature.will be ,
j Quite a little change in property Mrs. P. M. Geiger was a visitor to the continued throughout She visited other points of Interest >t''
winter months.
is taking place in Lake Butler. Mr. Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. the Come with In South Florida before hr return. 1 1Ruv.

Concerning Our People, Business and I A. T. Miscue will move into the and Mrs. D. W. Moore were family and friends. 1.. W. Klcklitor lit SUrko, .
iii\ .. \ R. E. Dell who has visitors to Keystone Heights Wed- "'!
Progres of the County and Town. t I house of Mr. just HAMPTON was a visitor here this week. '
moved to New Smyrna, S. T. Dowl- nesday.
ing has purchased the property of \V. W. Pack.hanmutored over to Hampton, Oct. 17-Mr. and Mrs Mrs. F. J. Johnson, and Miss Em-

| '. ;Jessie Vining in East Butler, recently Gainesville Wednesday. J. V. Jones visited the State Farm ma Johnson were business visitorsto
occupied by A. T. Mizelle. J. W. Messrs. 11. E. Moorer and B. C. last Sunday afternoon Starke last Monday a'
Col. A. Z. Adkins spent Mondayin Messrs. Hollis V. and Gary Thomas Brown, of Anthony
Knight Priester has bought the property of Owsley left Tuesday for South Flor Mr. and Mrs( Eugene was n
[ Macclenny on legal business. Ennis returned Sunday from Atlanta ida. Sealy, and business visitor hero last Tuesday.Mrs. .
S. T. Dowling near G. S. &" F. depot. son. Harold of Orlando
the
are
Ga., where they attended the Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood. of J. P. Sullivan Is visiting rela-
Mrs. B. T. Shaw and children, of guests of Mrs. Sealy's father, W. E.
C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent Florida-Georgia Tech foot ball game, Alachua, are the guests of Judge Graham, were visiting relatives here Hutcherson this week. tives at Waldo this week. ,
[Saturday here looking after busi and stopped over in Starke a few and Mrs. A. C. Strickland. Mrs. Tuesday. Miss Maud Mitchell :Miss, Collins, of Lakeside, was a
hours with relatives a business business visitor here last
before Tuesday.
return-
Mr. and Mrs. It. D.lay! visited
[ness. Shaw in the mister of Mrs. Strick- visitor to Starke
ing to the University of Florida. land. relatives at LaCrosse Sunday last Saturday.Mrs. The County Chamber of Commerce

Collin, Mae and Claudia Young- E. A. McKinney Is. visiting will moot at the City Hall '
Paul Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Uulegal left
E. Knight and son,
D.
Mrs. Saturday In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, who are here Saturday for Avon Park. Mr. blood, of Waldo, visited Miss Nellie friends in Palatku this week. October 17th at 8:00: p. m. Every

Ernest spent returning from a motor trip to i Delegal 4>aa been manager of the Youngblood Saturday and Sunday. Miss Eva Williams who is teaching citizen who Is interested In the development -

[ville. California, wrote to a friend from Lake Butler Telephone Company Miss. Gurtrude Swindell, of Keystone in Waldo, spent the week-end of his section of the coun-

J. O. Holmes is in Jacksonville Chicago, on the 13th inst., sayingwe here for the last three years during Heights, visited relatives here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ty is urged to be present and anxious -
Mrs. her sister, Mrs. O. S. have been here four days and !I which time they have made many Sunday evening Di. Williams. to put his shoulder to the wheel.'
visiting then comes Pittsburg, Washingtonand friends who regret to lose them. Un- H. K. Moorer and C. A. Younc- Kev. clicks preached at the Baptist !Mr and Mrs. J. G. Milllgan, of
[White. Baltimore. 'Ere long wa expectto I church lust Pulntka, visited !Mrs.
der the management of Mr. Delegal blood were transacting business In Sunday. The subject Mdllagn's
reach Starke. jthe i' Telephone Company has given Stark Monday.Mr. used for the morning service was: brother, E. A. McKinney this week.
('ol. A. S. Crews and J. M.Sarasota Mitchellfmade I| full satisfaction lIe left here to and Mrs. If. I>. !May were visitors "The Trinities" which was made Mr. and Mrs. Holstine, of Gainesville -

a business trip to Among the out of town guests attending !'take charge of the Scott Telephone to White Springs Sunday.Mr. very interesting, as well as helpful. have recently visited our town.

last week.Howard, the Brown-Matthews: wedding Company at Avon Park. His succes- \ Will Rowe and Frank Bloss, The subject used for the evening Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hazen, of

were: Mrs. G. C. Livingston I i 1 sor here is S. S. Knight of this place. of Hampton visited friends here service was: "Tho five tests of South Florida, visited Mr. 1I1l en'8 ,
Bracken, of the University and daughter, Mrs. Reel McMaster' He has worked for the company before Tuesday. the Scripture lesson usud was lifo"j sister, !Mrs E. A. McKinney this

of Florida, spent Sunday here Mrs.\ Clarence Hoppe, Miss Jeannette and is competent to fill the posl- Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Sullivan visited 20lh chapter of St. Luke. week.
with friends. Durden, Mrs. J. S. Smoak and little I I j I tion. his mother, Mrs. Sullivan, in Hampton "Thou fool, this night thy soul shall Mrs. Campbell' and Mrs. Clara
daughter, Lucile, all of Tampa; W. 1' The friends of Miss Josie Sunday. l>o required l of thue." I Richard l, of Palntku, were guests of

Miss Free Wynn, of Hampton, was R. Witkovski, Mrs. Annie Richard, I', many will be glad to know that The live tests, ruvvtoitinex, self Palm Hotel last week.
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a week-end guest of her aunt, Mrs.J. .' of Jacksonville. -, the Bennett is back home again. Sho has been BAP FIST CIIURCII BULLETIN. inhnesH, irreverence, pride and faithfulness ('. K. Harper, who has been visiting -

T. Quigley. i I were beautifully pictured friends. and relatives In Atmore,
'in where she
| St. Vincent Hospital
The Lord surely with no last
FIVE MILE l I was with domestic lifuliko illustrations Ala., has recently returned to (tin
sunder went an operation. She is doing I Lord's Day and those who shared in I
Gaines- ;
Green in nnd received homo here.
Judge' R. A. was many compliments.Mr <
Kll, I.. on Monday night attending to Five Mile Oct. -4Irs. Lota nicely and in a short time expects I the worship felt the nearness of the K '1', ( 'iiinpht lie, wit Inn I Kev, f'resHor, of Clearwater, will ,
business. Hall, Mrs. Susie Parrish and Mrs. to be in charge of the school Unseen. Presence "Tho Lord is nigh ----- preach ut the Church of Christ next ,\'
legal Connor and little daughter spent again at Palestine where she has unto nil them that call upon Him i to ADVICETOTHEACED I ; Sunday morning and evening. I"

C. White, state bank ex- Wednesday here. been teaching.Rev. all that call upon Him In truth" P*, I Ag. brine,tnfirmlti**..uch .,.lu +.bh I I Mr, and !Mr, O. Itaynes. Mr. and ',
George in Orlando this week at- Mrs. E. B. Andreu and Miss Lou W. T. McGuire filled his regu- 14:5:1S: The pastor appeals to the bowl. w..k kidney' torpid I trer.sant'S | :Mtv It. M. Kuver, and daughter

laminer, is business. Andreu, of Brooker, were recent lar appointment at the Christian members to be much In prayer fur :Mis ;Mary Blanche, motored to Ala- .
ivlinic' to guests of Mrs. Lillian Dckle. church Sunday. His sermon at... 11 a revival of Spiritual Life, which i n Pills < lilt i lust IIIIIIII)'. LMi

Sr. has returned !Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy visited o'clock a. m. was exceptionally tine. to be n Christian's testimony to an ". I'hllll'.r' Miami, in the .
Demorest
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!Robert after spending the summer in Mr. and Mrs. !M. P. Dekle in Rev. K. D. Bey ill pastor preached of Bup-in unspiritual world. I Ir.... a ....cllI.the effect....w.l.on. .ft.>......ariiiu....'ur.1 Itimulattnit Ielion. I cm1+ "f her siHti'i', ;Mit J. P, Sulli- ''
tibt church at Lawtey .
Lake The Bible school meets. at 0'1"n.I: ,
imcl Maryland.Midi's Butler Saturday. .and Impute"II'i lu in..,,t.m. | \.iI' Illli week t
( Viii/tma the First Baptist: church hero Sunday : I II
I' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dukes, Mrs. P. > m? with classes for all ages.
: Eva Rigdon, Rosa and P. Dukle and Miss\ Catherine Ranen October 112th at 11 a. m. There have the pleasure of new W"I I ,
'motored to Hampton were shopping in Lake Butler Satur- wa a large attendance. Rev. lievis and visitor nearly every Sunday, -
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:Moore
Edit day. preached a fine sermon which was and a welcome awaits any who wishto I. i tOVERSTREETfS
JiimeBvllle; Sunday.Mr. 1
nnd Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had aa highly appreciated.The join in the social study of God's
friends of Mrs. T. J.
of guests Sunday Mrs. F. L. Drawdy many Word GROCERY I '
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and! Mrs. II C. Richard, "
: know that
Townsend will be glad to
of his mother Mrs. Alma" Drawdy, Mr and Mrs. D. Divine worship at 11:00: a. m ,
the guests
Patlatku, are I Blume and Miss Josephine Blume. ; she is up again, after a severe attack when the pastor will speak on "A
!\Mr. Emma Richard. of malaria.N. "
Mrs. George Williams, who has Disputed Authority. This is something
been visiting relatives here for sev- B. Rosier and family have mov- fur the benefit of all interestedIn WE DELIVER i
Mrs. J. J. Rigdon left last week eral days left Saturday for her home ed to the It. I'. Rivers pottage near. the right of the church to send :
for Plant City where she will visit in Trilby. I Silver Run.Express to the non-Christian races tho message I I

t her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Corbert. Rawson Johnson, Mrs. Addle I agent Wright and family of Salvatldn through Jesus ; CHAS. OVERSTREET Prop. i
-- returned Blume and Miss Josephine Blume I have moved to the residence recently Christ. ,
Mrs C.F. were shopping in Worthington Sat occupied by J. W. 1'riester near WANTED "

I from Chicago where she was the urday.F. union depot. Severity-five boys and girls nnd .. I
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j of her brother, Carlyle Peek. Death of Little Paul El wood Drown
guest - -- -
L. Drawdy and son, Ardell visited young people to meet at tho church
relatives in Worthington Sun- The angel of death entered the at 0:30: on Sunday' evening Thereare I ,
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrlck returned home of :Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown going to be big doings this winter I II I -

i Sunday from a visit with her daughter day.G.. D. Faircloth and L. S. Dekle, last Friday October 10th and bore among the young und we want I

[ Mrs. Nelle Hughes, of Lake of Lake Butler, were visitors here away their bright and lovely little I 75: to start the hall rolling on Sunday -

i Wales. Saturday. boy, Paul Elwood age 20 months | night. Miss. Isabel Bullcn. Mr.Quigley JRGLARS t .
Vincent- Butler, of Midway, was a.I and six days. Despite the best mudi- j nnd the pastor will be on ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns, of Lake visitor. here Monday.Mr. 'cal Attention death was: caused by hand to help the groups alonl' IIrll1\

Butler, visited Mrs. Johns' parents, : and Mrs. poison following a severe case of friend,
F. G. Drawdy visited a chum or a or n stranger ,
and Mrs. W. H. Green, Wednes- her diptheria. The little body was laid to Who will get there first...we or the burglars.--to
; Mr brother T. II. Rimes, of Worthington --- ---- ---- I
[ day afternoon. / last week. rest in the Fort Call cemetery. The No Worms In a Healthy Child fc convince you of the need for burglary insurance? Y
funeral service held at InmMml. with Worm have
Among the was Harmony All cblldraa an unhealthy -
weekly visitors here '
:Mr L. G. Powell .and son, L. G. were Manners Ike and Glenn church, nev. C. C. Butler o lciatin//(. color, which Indli atri poor: bled and an a. I
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Nettles ,
ruin, there l> more or (lees nnninch aiu"
,h Jr.. ,returned Tuesday from a visit of Midway, ; ..1..hntiller! and T. A. The whole communityextend their l.KOVE; TASTELESS: chill TONIC given r.Bulnrlyfor I i J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
with relatives in Savannah, Ga., and Pinkston, of Worthington; William deepest sympathy -for the bereaved two or three week will rnrktuhe. bled, Improve
I the dlnimtliio.and set an a ji-ni-ral StrengtheolnSTonktnthewhole / -
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.Tillman S, C. Dukes and Roland Thomas ones.
[ of Mil- ayiuem. Nstnrewlllthenthrew Agency Established 1886
er. "Loaned for a little while I off or dlipH. the wurtnii.and(bat'hllil will be J r
Col D. E. Knight returned Tues- I I Taken away in Love In perfect health. PIcaMOt Co lake. HOc per buttle. I. *.1I

day from an extended business trip LAKE BUTLER Safe in thu arms of Jesus i I !
In that happy home above"
and other points in
i to Sarasota ...
Lake Butler, Oct. 17-R. E. Dell >:
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I South Florida and family have moved to New THERESSA: I ',-
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Smyrna. Mr. Dell has been a :\
very I
Mrs O. L. Beasley / and sisters, prominent merchant here for ten or Theressa, Oct. 17-Mr. A. C. Moore I II II
s :Mrs. Clarence Hoppe and Miss Jeannette twelve years. At one time he was. was a visitor to Hampton Monday. i I! I II ;

Durden, left Wednesday morn- mayor of Lnki Butler. The family Mr*. S. It. Swindell and children I! I j i V ) .
ing for u motor trip to Tampa. will he very much missed by the visited her son, Sam and family, in I } / I i ir it
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number of Hampton Sunday. .
nine friend they leavt'rENT.A.WORD I' A "
Mr*. J. E. Wilson> who has been Mrs. Walter Lindney, of :.St.; Augustine !
,
I visiting her father Col. W. T. Weeks, id visiting her mother Mm.> I I I,, "
land other relatives, left Wednesday Hazen. I I II

[ morning/( for her home in Cocoa. % Mr. E. S. Sibly was transacting I

,business in Starke Friday.Mr. II

Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Archer, Barney Cone, of Lake Butler, I ;

returned home Wednesday after I .
spending several days with :Mr. and JENMNUS-WILKINSON 4.
Mr. and Mrs yyq : ILu, I I
Mrs A.V. Anderson, :Mr. James Albert Jennings, of I The .:
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E. M. Davis ,
FOR RENT-Modern house with 7 ;Plant City, and Miss I-nurti Edith 1
I Wilkinson, of Luwtey, were unitedin I
rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L. I I
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and
marriage by Judge R. A. Green I I
daughters, Misses Elizabeth and H.Partridgo. tf. I ut the court house Thursday, October

Mary, returned Sunday from De- FOR SALE-Jersey-Holstein milch 'Oth at H o'clock p. m. Secret I !

Land where they were guests of Col.' cow with young calf. Good milker. Mr. Jennings in. one of Bradfordcounty's II 1I

and Mrs. J. E. Futch. J. Heenan Williams, Starke. son who has made good in I
other field being now a responsible I I I II
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S. S. Dowling returned Sunday employee of the A. C. L. Railway j I I lNe .
FearIn Ill
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night from Tallahassee, where he FOR SALE-One new improved 3-I company, while his bride Is one of I II

was called to attend the funeral of roller cane mill. Ono 60-gallon 'Lawtey's most lovely young/ girls.

his brother-in-law, Mr. Switzer sugar kettle. Paul E. Canova, '' The couple left by auto for their
Storman, of Kelsey City. 1 future home in Plant City.KITEFORSYTIIE.
Starke. 10-10-2t.,, I
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Mrs. T. J. Griffin and :Mrs. E. :M. \VAN'TED-Man to gj. on farm with I i !
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Johns were in Jacksonville Tuesday help to run two horse farm and Mr. Willie A. Kite and Miss

and Wednesday, being called theiron take care of pecan /grove, share I Eunice: Forsythe were married at
their the back of mind is ,the secret. fear that the
account of the death of crop. N. D. Wainwright, Starke, the; home of the bride's parents one recesses every day will come when

friend, Mrs. M. B. Her long. FTa. 10-17-2t | mile east of Starke, October Oth, at through accident, breakdown, or illness the ability to earn a living will be gone. It iw't f

Mrs. L. E. Miner and little daughter small coat. Finder pleasereturn ILOSTA I Mr.o'clock Kite p. Is m.the son of Mr. and often any"of us bring out this fear for a close inspection and mastery--but it exists nevertheless ,

Pauline, went to New Smyrna to Lorenzo Green ao d receive ;Mrs. Robert Kite and at present is a --and no better time than NOW will ever be available.
Wednesday, where they will spend reward. It.i employee of Gray road builder; his I

employed sometime in with the Mr.City Miner Power, who Plant. is FOR RENT-Entire first floor(of 6-
rooms)rooms furnished on 2nd or three floor.unfurnished Mrs. '' The bride and groom are both I time? A systematic plan of saving.--regularly putting aside a portion of what you earn
Mrs. C. A. Hoppe/ of Tampa, spent of Starke and have host
Hamrick. Phone 42-J. 10-17-lt.j. si tia-I Then later mabye investment in first
isjthe bonds---a
an mortgage guaranteed
the first of the week with her sister, j friends who join in wishing them I way.

Mrs. O. L. Beailey. Mrs. Hoppe came FOR SALK; Charleston Wakelield'happiness. '. investment---which we have available.

to attend the Brown-Matthews wed- Cabbage plants. Mrs. F. B. Cady, '

ding, which took place.Tuesday eve- Kingsley Park, Kingsley Lake, ''I::0-"'.......... .'\UIiIII&IlIItW"II,!T.a I I

ning. Starke. Fla. It* [ COFFINS & CASKETS I
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[g
4 per cent, Compounded Quarterly
Dr. E. L. Biggs has installed a FOR SALE Klondyke strawberry [() Awl a Foil Lla..fUad.rf.in.
handsome electric sterilizer in his plants and garlic sets. C. Letach, [() .' Smppkt II i on Saving Deposits
I
office. Besides iteriliiing in a moat ..northwest paved road, Starke, | [

perfect manner, hot water can be Route. f' It. I g AUTOMOBILE UEAKSE I' ,

kept ready for emergencies. This FOR SALE-My supply of Satsuma () Always M hawt. Th. tnt *a 1' I

equipment will be of great help in trees wULlaat but a few days- ![[() **. at tt. I0w..t prlcM.ctal tip. i BANK OF STARK'E

all surgical cases. better get them now. H. B. Wig [() aucotios to telegraph K'L I :
It* 3 a..t.tan4 Eatb.I.'r.. I
gins.
Mrs. V. .A. Andreu and little [[n THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE I

daughter, Mildred, of Lacoochee, Th. QvfniM That DM Mot!' Affect TIN lead [ DeWITT C. JONES .
. spent a few days this week at the M ..M "t !Ita LAXAIV I I
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home of Mr. and :Mrs A. :M. Andreu T E BROMO QULkalelE; : (Tablets)ceo .b. utraf :J STARKE. FLA ::: II I
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FARMERS and F FARMING' -- e adr c -a

Wan Th.: ;.< !" a I.e Woir.in Win 1

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( FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE _
i ff .' ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES ANU METHODS FOUNDTO I -- IflIUUUUIJ :i nm

i BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COLNTY i All too often women accept thell = "

__ pains and aches us natural to theli -a (j)
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.l yv.---- .-"- sex. They fail to realize that weal
IE \ STRAWBERRIES LOOK 1rt 1]'IOBACCO CROP --I kidneys are ot'r--n to blame ttt thai 1

,J'. TINE FOIL THE SEASON I GOOf SAYS : backache, those l.endaches, dizzy epelJi
P' WITH HEAVY PLANTINGS : bt
> I II "1 know that little boys often get and that tired depressed feeling _
Late Crop of Plants Now Being whipped for tampering with it," Thousands have ."und new health and
I !' Gathered and Weather Conditiona t| says J. L. Statewhite, Georgia Banker strength by''rip;1 UK the weakened
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kidneys with (U) an j 1'11I8-a stimulant
situation in its
the
4 I'avor Rapid Growth j I in discussing I
diuretic This Starke case is one
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I 'II relation to Citrus County. 1 know ,' of many: I
:', ; Plant City-After an early season that grown men in some localitiesuse I Mrs L. E. Miner, Eighth St., says)
I \' of discouragement on account of theM I it to excite the salivary glands !, "There was a severe, dull ache in mj
the
! : & heavy'rains retarding the dcvclop- to produce a liquid that is directed back. If I stroked; I could scarcely I ClerY one of
* *_' ment of plants strawberry growers through puckered lips towards a designated straighten. I often got up feelingtnore ;
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If I II
the tired than before I went to bed
are now happy with regard to crack in the floor of a
, outlook and plantings promise to I I know that Doan's Pills: from Turner's DrugStore
I" country store; "Flappers
cured of the attack"Price new
c I. exceed those of previous years. I flapped with it;" that some women 60c me at all dealers. Don't
:;1 All the difficulty about getting dipped It and that Sir Walter Raleigh Imply ask for a kidney remedy! -get

!. plants has disappeared, according to probably introduced it into Deans Pills-the same that Mrs. 1? quick models
I + local growers. The heavy rains delayed England." Outside of thut, what I Miner had. l<'oq ..r. Milburn Co wore

plants, and for a time it looked I knew about tobacco was "nil" until Mfrm, Buffalo N. Y. Bernard Grant, nineteen, a <'.

I IP I ; as if the stock would be brought I recently. cago boy without money has bee featuresand
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I here from a distance. What I learned about tobacco is e . e . sentenced to hang for a murder embodies all of the
Y One who is also interest- which he denies all guilt. His cu:
grower
that can take light. Hand land, a '
you EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS'
I r:i I ed as a buyer, told the Courier that:' little intelligence and labor, and not, REPORTS as Leopold compared life imprisonment to the recent for Lot-1 coi qualities that have made

i he saw 182 persona gathering plants only save a whole community from a e e .1 fessed murder has aroused pub)
' in a single field.Tho young plants starvation but restore it to prosperity sentiment and a great effort is b. Buick f famous. ell ilte
Escambla Farmers and Fruit
' s' are thrifty, and the weather is so and happiness. Ing; made to save him from t.. new prices
! favorable to setting that they do not Growers Inc. was organized Thurs- gelloWLI
'I' .. even require watering. They begin Imagine great warehouses from day; this is a corporation to assem- I afford
four to six hundred feet long and can to own
1 to grow as soon as they are set, and ble farm product. and ship cooper- you
will from seventy five to two hundred atively also to produce LEWIS COLUMBUS FUTCII
1 It is not likely that the harvest ; cooperatively -
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: be delayed( because of the late plant- feet wide filled with row after row ; first association in this county to II Futch born the Buickyou waul.
Lewis Columbian was
This said that of bright leaf tobacco, piled in bundles be organized under the new state
ing. same grower
1' .A
five miles north of Raiford September -
of from one hundred to three law.
practically everybody he knew was hundred pounds being snapped up I 19, 1851: and died at his home
increasing the lIe predicts
acreage. by buyers ut fancy justas Okeechobee Am near Raiford September the 0, 1924.
eager prices arranging a
that if the develops properly,
crop I I citizenof
The deceased life-long
was a
fast trained auctioneers could
as demonstration of various
pasture
the high water mark of 5,000,000( (
sell It; and Imagine hundreds of grasses on a five-acre plot on a Bradford county numbering his
will be exceeded.
quarts farmers, not one day, but every day nearby ranch to determine which I I friends by those who knew him. He

POULTRY NEEDS GREEN for weeks, rushing to the bank to de- grasses are most suitable to this was married to Miss Litha Addison,

: FEED ALL THE WINTER posit checks that ranged In the vicinity. la Bradford county girl December 10
' 1870. To this union were born four
: neighborhood of from ten to fifteen
i Green feed Is ; ;necessity;; in growing hundred dollars and you have form- Walton-Some of our "Who's 'children two of them dying in infancy. LAKE CITY BUICK' COMPANYJ
f in winter well in With two the little family
chickens as as ed some vision of what goes on in who" corn club members have A'ath-I sons
'I! summer. It is harder to provide in South Georgia towns. ered and measured 00 lived until his wife's death which occurred M.Smith, Manager.

f. winter than in summer, however. Merchants in those towns tell us corn to the acre; this is one of the I June the 2, 1910. He was Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

.. Several useful suggestions are given that farmers walk into their placesof best clubs ever organized in the again married to Miss Nellie Allison,
/ below, being quoted from a letter toa business and accounts four county for making things happen. of Live Ooak, June 16,1912. He was When better automobiles are built Buick will build them
1 poultryman by 11. B. Lansden, extension pay liscenaed to preach in 1882 by confer-
and five old II''
nonchalantlyas
as .
years
of the l M. E. Church South and --
poultryman of the Florida Volusia Several new ferneriesare ence
they buy a dinner. Satisfied men, I
;( College of Agriculture. women and children throng their being planted. Bulb interest later ordained by the same confer well as usual.
It "Green feeds do not contain much streets. Prosperity and happiness ,keeps up, and some gladioli are up ence. He was active in the work of Mr. Deaver had been a resident of \,

k. actual food material, but are important I lace in the air, you feel it and see it. nicely in field formation. I his Master until six years ago when our town over 30 years moving here WRLEYS!
. because of their tonic effects, bright leaf tobacco brought this -r- his health began to fail and after from Hoboken, Ga. He was a nativeof
!..1. assisting in keeping the birds in change.-Crystal River Herald. Madison-Ordered 300 pounds of all medical aid had failed to restorehis North Carolina, and was known
I ; good condition. They aid in the better I ,vetch seed forwinter cover crops in health he was confined to his bed for his kindness and big heartedness ..After every meal

I assimilation of concentrates, DO NOT PLUNGE INTO IIOG 'this county. Already five of our: communities for three weeks when the end came. A good neighbor and was loved by

J thus giving full returns from the ration I BUSINESS:' NOR JUMP OUTA are preparing for local lIe died in perfect faith declaringthat all who knew him. At the time of A pleasantand

, t" whether for fattening or for fairs. all was well. his death he was 74 years of age; a agreeable
: eggs. I warning not to; plunge into the lIe is survived by a wife and two veteran of the Spanish American sweet and a

- "Green feed is hardly u questionof hog business and a caution not to go Seminole-Our celery growers 'ata son E. L. Futch of Manattec and I. War. 1astindbenefit I

, expense; its value is not to beI I I out of it are made to farmers of the mass meeting Friday agreed to I II. Futch. of Fort Myers, Of near relatives he leaves to as

1 questioned. Fertile eggs cannot be !1 I South by F. H. Edwards, animal tax each crate of celery 3 cents to The funeral service were conducted mourn his departure a devoted wife, well. I

expected when it is not fed. Neither I I| husbandman of the Georgia Expijri-; advertise. Sanford celery. Advertising -I by Rev Fraval Cramer, of Lake and two children Fred L. Deaver of Good lop ;

will chicks lit strong, if not fed ment Station. Right now, when hog representative was present and Butler, and the interment in the Gainesville and Mrs. Martha Com- teeth breath I

plenty of green feed, due to low prices are rising, he advises producing was instructed to survey the local Dyad cemetery. May those who mings of Sampson City, three and digestion. ; I

vitality of breeders fur the lack of I as many pigs as possible from industry and situation and report as I mourn his loss cherish the thought step-sons and a number of grand Makes the
the tonic effect supplied therein. t tfce( sows on hand. But avoid having soon as possible. that their loss was his eternal gain. children. He was laid to rest Saturday next cigar i
many hogs on hand after next summer at the taste better.
"Where land or range is not a McKinney cemetery near
problem, green feed can be suppliedby unless future conditions indicate i- Lake-Several farmers in Umntil PINE CASTLE HILL here where a large crowd of relatives -

I planting rye, oats, rape or wheat. continued good prices. In are marketing their cotton, and friends gathered to pay I ,
.' A bermuda sod Is desirable as u pert Professor Edwards( is a Floridaman which averaged half a bale to the Pine Castle Oct. 10-Miss Ruby their last token of love and respect.
I'I't t manent pasture. and received his early training acre. I Harvey, of Hampton, spent the The heart broken relatives have the I

"A good way to provide this feed in agriculture at the University of :' I week-end with her cousins, Lucile sympathy of the entire community.ZIFF .
Putnam-P. M. Wright, of Pcniel,
I- is to fill a shallow furrow with oat 1"lorldlunder Prof. C. II. Wllloughby. and Clemmie Hall. -
aced and then turn two or three inches lie later studied. at Ohio State has raised over $700 worth"of turkeys Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling spent E3

of soil over them. They soon | University, and( taught in Porto Rico this season as a side line to Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Neta
sprout and in scratching the oats and Iowa before assuming his producing eggs from his flock of Dyal, of Zitf. Ziff, Oct. 17-Mr. J. W. Lewis, Mr.

out the birds. get both exercise and present work in Georgia. Extracts over 1000 white Legborn hens. Mrs.! A. C. Hall and little daughter, I S. L. Prescott and Mr. T. D. Dyal

the desired feed. from a recent letter from him to Marion-At a meeting of our Margiespent the week-end with her were visitors to Starke Monday on 5"
hog raisers follows daughter\ Mrs. E. L. of business. ,
Youngblood
"Another mehoil i is to soak outs : association
mad
poultry plan .were !
Mrs. Bill Hines, of Tampa, is here
"From indications the Graham.
In water for 21 hours letting them South is for the biggest and best poultry
sprout. Do this by using water about to climb out of a low point or show ever held here. Shell Byrd and James Reynolds, of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. .
I L. Prescott.Mr. .
buckets or a couple of nail kegs or trough of hog production. Considering Graham were in our section Sunday HIGHLAND
lard cans. Fill other container the regularity of these low Alachua-Tom Blanton has picked afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham -
with outs and water.every Have a hole ut points it is amazing how many farmers 15 1-2 bales of cotton from 35 acres G. F. Johns and Miss Clem- spent Sunday here with their Highland, Oct.! I?-Mrs. R. T.

tho hottom to regulate drainage.Let get caught by their coming with- which in spring made a complete mie Hall were visitors to Hampton parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. Starling and baby and Mrs. George

/ the water drain from one into out having sufficient breeding stockto failure with cucumbers. Wednesday afternoon. Those from here shopping in Wilkinson and baby were visitorsto

another container. When the first enable them to increase produc- Odell Wilson spent the weekendwith Brooker were: J. W. Lewis, R. B. LawteyVednesday..

Is dry, reverse. Repent once or twicea tion quickly when prices are rising Baker-Have bee encouraging our her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and J. B. Thomas. I, Mrs. R. Boggs and son, Tucker,
i farmers to plow under or burn all ,Joe Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and chil- Mrs. H.
day. The oats shonld be ready for and who likewise ure overstocked at Youngblood, of Graham.Mr. C. Wimberly, Miss Winifred
the birds by the third day." the close of the wave and have to cotton stalks right away to destroy G. F. Johns left Sunday night dren visited Mr. Dyal's parents, Mr. Wlmberly B. H. Ricks and W. M.
unload at a loss large numbers of winter quarters of boll weevils and for Mulberry' and Mrs. Oscar Dyal, at Graham Wimberly were business visitors to

Vaaey and Dallis grasses remain hogs when prices drop. stop their further breeding; also Mrs. A. C. Hall is on the sick list Sunday. : Starke Wednesday.

green in Florida throughout the year "Recently a county agent reportedthat urging that fields be grazed by catI I this week. Mrs. Charlie Kelley spent the I I H. E. Adams, of Hampton, visited

something the livestock man needs. a farmer in his county had 60 tle and hogs in order to save all A. Hall, of Hampton, was the week-end at Haugh with her parents friends here S>?nday.

purebred sows two vears ago: and tn- humus. I guest of his son, A. C. Hall, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mott. I
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry and Miss
;day has only &wo or three; Such unwise if he will it I i Terry of the
a I curacy, study throughthe SAMPSON CITY Joyce Lawtey, was
I over-coniidence, in periods of medium of market reports and I : guests Sunday of H. C. Wimberly

high prices is representative of agricultural press. Do not neglect to Sampson City, Oct. 17-Mr. and ''and family.Mr. .

I of many confidence farmers, as is the panicky loss take and read good agricultural papers Mrs. W. II. Smith and children and Mrs. Chas. George and
in the
'J I stability of the if you intend to succeed in Docha and Hogan, Jr., spent Sun- son, Earl, left Saturday for Jacksonville -
hog business that conies in times of mot, I
farming today Hawthorn where they will reside in fu-
low prices... We should learn to be day at guest of his pa-
"We need hogs to produce our rents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith.J. ture.
more optimistic in hard times and meat and to build soils. But UnciejolinW Mrs. R. D. Prescott
up our G. Wynn, of Gainesville visited i I returned Fri-
pessimistic in
good times.
The fact
that the do not lose confidence in this! useful his slater, 1Irs.V.. J. Roberson, one 'day from a visit with her daughter
.-. TaV been nomonated, hog population of tho Southdecrealll.tI animal when prices are low and di day last week. 'Mrs. George Lastinger at Kingston.

eb.', commenced to show some over 2,000,000 in the recent not go 'hog-wild'! on the subject Romniic Johns, of Lake Butler hare to QM the proper i R. L. Prescott, of Kingston spent
speed; she can tell the errant farmers two-year period means that the when prices are high. There is a safe visited friends here Sunday. bait In fluhln' for a whale, and j several days here with relatives last
voter what our country seems luck an understanding of
"
middle path. Dogan Nabb, who has been unless w* fish !In .earnest we are week
tod.awl'. fluent market em-
powerful conditions and
not that the
ployed in Gainesville mighty apt to fail. Unless a H. C. Wimberly Jr. and W. M.
'puaker, we are happy to con- industry is unsafe.! spent a few feller pridea bisself in knowta' ,
fee*--an' sae makes a splendid.bewin' "The thing to do is to have a number } Sunflower Beauty days here last week guest of his sister more'n the fish, he may seat bis- Wimberly spent Sunday with friendsat
while deliverin' an ad- of the best brood Mrs. W. II. Smith. He left Wednesday self at suppor-time, beside an Hampton.
drees.. An' she Jes' dotes sows saved and Mrs.[ Gladys
on begin breeding them in time to for West Palm Beach. empty dish While some may Wilkinson was a visi-
politic*-the wont :you ever sawthue' ket the when mar t Mrs. J. R. Merritt, of Ft. Pierce, laze along the and never tor to Lawtey Monday.i .
-And, no two ways about Then pigs prices are high. I and daughter, Mrs. Tom Harris, of land a thing, these be other i : and Mrs. Brown Bennett, of
it, we are goto' to vote fer Ma. begin weeding out and reducing -
r West Palm Beach, visited Mrs. S. E. waddle] by 'era, with a dooea on Lawtey visited relatives here Mon-
Ot her the I
couve coffee amt .o breeding stock before the ,,..' their string! \
.
Jones day.I
good, an* the eskes slat quite bottom drops out of prices so that I and other relatives! here last
so brown. Of course our only a few choice breeding week. There's only one condition that I' :Miss Winifred Wimberly were .
buttons slat sewed on-an' the females will be left to young R L. Gibson, of Gainesville, visi- .compeU the perch: to btte, and visitors. to Maxville Monday. rI
hotue is upside down,.-.and of period of low carry over the I ted friends here Sunday they'll yank: the bobber trader, I I Residents here are glad to note
course we're f.elln' sorry fer our certain prices.of This requires a Mrs. Lena Hasaett and children of if yer hook U baited right. | how nicely the work on the Starke-
poor, old. lonesome Pa but- amount ability to fore. Starke. visited Mrs. W. J. Roberson There' tragedy: in Ashin' sameas 'Baldwin State Road is
we're all plumb patriotic, so, cast the trend of the market. Any I any other art.-do* to irno- The progressing.
eeatQ rock
Sunday.Mr.
surfacing has been
8 a | completed -
ware groin' to vote fer Maf reasonably intelligent person can ranee and ilcta/ulnes, whichcan't
' We reckon she can show 'em forecast this trend with sufficient ac- : and Mrs. Fred L. Deaver and be told apart! Bat-the I to the corner just beyond the
what the world U waitm fer, little son, of Gainesville spent several chap will face a platter fall of Wimberly residence. Grading by the
and. ej to b* n' "progres 1f" To Stop a Cough Quick ,Jays here last week being called savory beauties, fried if hia j State prisoners from here to Max-
why, there aint no flies on her. here on account of the sudden death heart It in the bait-can that .ville has been delayed a little for
We may be feelm different whenwe take HAYES: HEALING HONEY /a ."f his! father W. I. Deaver. nestles by his side. past ten days on account of bad
which the
cough medicine stops cough oy
ent eat our vlttles raw-but we healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue. i.. I Death of W. I. DearerA And that's the solemn] prin- :weather but is being rapidly pushed

k' WE'RE sUo-atep GOIN' oar TO VOTE raisin' FER so.k' A box of GROVES O-PEN-TRATE i I sad gloom was cast over our ciple that underlie the sport, : to completion. Highland is probably
MA! SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and t,.wn Thursday night at eleven which is jest as true h> enterprise | the only part of the whole highway
s Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of i <>.I..k when news spread' that Mr. of any other sort! where the dirt from the ditches ha

HAYES HEALING: : HONEY. The salve I I11'I I. Deaver one of our oldest citizens tr be hauled away instead of being
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof I had passed to the .re.lt beyond. thrown onto the highway, the It'adeI
children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Mr. Deaver had been in failing 'through here being sufficiently high

The. Healing. effect of Hnya ikalingItnerIn- I health' for the past few months but ) ( with out any additional grading.
itl th tbrtMl ctimninetl with the hvallntf effrct or ltl.s Ramon Tre*.. of WirMid. I
(;.luvniO-Pra-rrata Salve ibrouiih the or news of his death Mm. Ida B.
.. purr woo _r 182 contestants.. was a great shockto | Williams and son
h skin soon stops a cough >
BMh ...m..U....m mlml In on. carton and tile UM prettiest girl in Kansas Sh. ,I his many friends as his health UJ.Tdon.; were shopping in Jacksonville -
rout of the combined treatment !I.SSe is to repreeent her state in a 111sovri ,I., I was thought to be improving and he Thumday.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES: Valley pageant at Tulsa had been in town most of the day

HEALING HONEY. OkU. talking with friend., appearently asjjjjj 1 Be\'ard--\Ve organized: a federal
)I farm loan association here this week.

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FRIDAY OCTODER 17. 19:!&. BRADFORD COUNTY TBLBGRAPH. STARKE. FLORDA. PACK SRT.TM
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NOTICE UNDER OF APPI1CATION FOR TAX DEED Prrtnc No 6. Thcrosia trial] b..bmlle t the electors of the But
STI Of
TUB
IFITltS II. : S. Griner Jr. and W. at L. .Ietlon to be held <>u thO Aral
the Aral In
Monday
REPORT OF LICENSESReport purlianir Hrn'by nnle.tax la salt glen certiflcatva that A. Z.tiumbereilr Adkln. A. Jones, Managers und R. C. IIvl- Td.wit: .. 1924, for ratification or .J.loo No'.mb.I.

'(pcclliily US J4';. 380. 369. 48. berger Clurk.Illnc. Section

at License Issued for Bradford County Flnrlila. by th* Tax duplicate of which h... been filed with the County 1J1 and JOO County".r\"lgt" Tnx Collector ofllradfiird No. 7. New River nn the In.nm.1. No of tax realdenta upon or.Inheritance.11..n of or I up,

Judge, perold beginning on the first day of October. A. D. 1923. ..CI.t. on the 30th day of September. A. D. I)U. niimbennl 1.18. IN 27.Sid .cortl9eat..I IX KeltY. C. M. Ibilpl antiS ..a.shall. !h. levied by the It.. '1"11", "

Ing dated July 4th, A. "1. and. said cartillcate r. N. from(lot authority a.1 th.r.h.1 ex-
Cr.w crept 1 taxation
To Whom For Whatpnn P.rold ot 1.I.n.. To'.1 Amt Uu. numbenxl 41, 121 and 200 being I : lb. family
Inn. From Wh.n T. County tinted July '.,.1.) A D. 1922. hue Millcertinraus Parker Clerk. residing la this .: 'II"sands and
Grnt lt& II. personal' cited.
10. to ** value Hundred
in my office and hav '. ap'le.tlon Precinct Nu. 8. rohr ) Dollars.A .
for tax tltwd to lasui In accuninnev' 4'100.00)
J. .11. A. L.
1 "'And..1 OU Co. _____________________ Dealer. __ __ __________________ I. Ion O& I. 10.u_ 25.01 1.0 Ktley. Green anti E. JOINT RESOLUTION
01 Proposing
2 John Ov."t.t ________,_______ Me.h.nt __ __ _______________________ Ot. I. 1923 1. IU___ 1.1' bald eurttneatt. reapecti\ely .mll.e. the M. ,' and A. U. Surrency \ aamcndment

8 I S."E. /ot.. Johns------::::::::::=:::::::: Merohnnt :: :: ::::::::::=:::=::=:=.001.:: lloL 1 1., m gt I: m1:::: 8,00 5,00: tg: assessed following.l.n.1 dat In #Bradford of tho COI.'Y.. of suullcertiflcatt t1lrk..J. .tlon lid' of the Slat to Arlol. "Vltl., relative of th.Con.tltu.t Cities)

'. I. I. 8.denbu ________________ Moat __ __ _______________________ ( 1. 19U I. ___ &.00 I.&t In th. name respectively hereinafter M. BHOWNLEE n C..nlle
D.le
.1 r' H. tl.r,n___________________ M..h.n' __ __ -,____________?_______ (lt lt I. ot 1. I ___ 8.00 1.80 particularly sot forth Uvwlt: Chairman of Board, .of 1 1.01..1<, by the Teglalaturo of the S,...
7 O. M. __.____________________ R.1 ttt Salam.n __ ________________ Oet I. II I (et I. 11 4n___ &.0 1.80 of Certiflcato lot 4, No. 1SH embrace South half AUnt That the/
K.Ilum 60a section township 7 south rang : following amendment to Art I el*
9 'LI B. ilru" :-::::::::=:::-:: Merchant- Druggist-- -- --::-:---:::::=::::=::::: gt I: m: Oct :: m:::::: 1.60 2.26io : 20 East. 40 acrva..7'assessed L. +. Shaw. G. W. ALDERMAN VII .t) th,. ConMll.it.on of th.But of Flor-

J M. Alvarea .____ _____ _________________ I. 1923 (I& 1. 1924-__ ..&0 1.2& C.rlfe.l. No. 1H.1 embrace Norh..t rrtillto elitra and .n.nl.to bo n..,.
11 D E. Knight __________________ Mesehant--_ ________________________ I. 1915 ("t I. 1044-____10.00 &..01I .C No.thwet quarter .eto. _Clerk.. -1-3t-l0-:1( : b'1 I.Section 0 nt said. "Itle'( '.. VII h and .h
E K. Pe.nm.n __________________ Lawyer its I. 410.00 6.00 township 7. lo..h range 21 acne h..b., .iir**,) ..and .h.1 ..bm..
Id' Dr E. L. 8" ____________________ Phy.lel.n __ __ __ _______________________ lkt. I. 11 :. (lt& I. .____-10.10 &.01 assessed Chaa M McKlnncy.Ci'rtlopsie ( NOT1CK TO TR\CTOIW I i rod to ,l. H Shop Elitt _.__n__________________ .hant __ __ _____?______________ I. 8 I. 1921_____ No. 114 .mbr. East half and 1.1" bltls will b, racel\eil by the Bonn of tnt bf hiitd on the .) T." ar.
I" J W White Son _,,___?__-____?_ Merchant __ __ __________________ Oct Oct 1. 192 (t 1. 1924.1.60 1.25 weal half of .. .1.rt.r. section 19 nn'l TI' ***) of Irsilford County .'I.rll.. .frt Mnn.l.In Nn.."".. A. .. 1124. til
I" F Rogluter _.--00_______?___?_ GR.la"e __ __ __ _______________________ Oct 1. IIU I. 19U__'010.00 1.11'I t.n.hlp 4. south, rang. tt. 400 acres, llrliluv ncross New .n mUlr.l.n 4 or n.j..lnn. I.wlt :
F. C. Uolln.wrb ..______________ Rho .p.lr Shop ______________________ (ct 1. Oat I. 1024----- &.00 2.1 ..1 W.. 1' Clyde.Certitlrat the Starke-Haitord It u.4. .until Th. ITelnrk to fhs. 1.1 Ul.. hall have power
I' I. W. ____u_____________ M".h.n __ __ __________________ o..t. 1. 498 Oo& I. 11 21__n_ 4.50 Ni. 247 .mh.e. comm.nln. p. m' November llth 1924 that I Ye-era.: ftnMUh...
W n. Perklne _____________________ M..hont __ __ _u___________________ I. 19211 lt I. ._____ 3.00 1.0 g at No.h.. corner Southeast quarter limn publicly opened, for constructing su sal m.t ,.I.nin. trrritnrlnlly throughout Hu.
H' .1 t' Kieklltur __________________ .. __ __ __________________________ ot O& I. 1939 Ot I. 1920_ ".00 150 South Southwest RllO quarter and runtvtt CAO feet untreated .,1. and tlmlx-r brldtii.. "( 1,1. I .10nl" lh plnco of nil gunty. dinIrlpt. -
21 Vnllety M.rke _____n_______ 1..1. Fresh ___________________ I. 19911 .lt I. __ .00 2.0 tart East 55 f.'vt North 4190 fn-t mutely thn hundred fort bug adjacent U> municipal meal I HnVf>.. ... "*.
ft ,
beginning and
2. Hank St.k. _,._______?__,,___ Hnnken __ __ 1lp.t____________________ ot. 1. 1923 O.& 1. 1024---16.00 7.80 to section township 6, south the present bridge alt*. l.h brldiiv to consist b.l. official, eonatituttund or Uto-
2.: t' D. o, .. ___0.______--_____ M.rh.nt __ _______________________ I. 1993 (et I. 19248,00 1.59 rango Mahone.CertllleatD 22. ..1. 7 acrv. aancasi'd I. N. 1. of twentyfour (rr rtl..1.pr.ln.I..ly .n. 1".I.lv.. .es.Nfti.tlvf. or Jmlleliil. and
24 S. Sternb.rg __ ___________________ l.rh.nt __ _______________?_______ (lt 1. I3 lt I. IV24_____ 4.60 2.25 I' No. 850 cypress plllnit, contalnln le.l.i : ," .h.1 .erh. j.rd..lo. pnwm. .U.
2r. r F. Stump ______n__________ l.rhont __ _. ---u___________________ (I& I. 10211 ( I. 19947.60 9.7& feet of Northeast .mhl.e.. North Southwuatquarter 329 L'4IH lln ft. .. live .. .nt. IM I levliln-,
26 Mitchell's Drug ___ .___________ 1. 1. _____ 4.80 I.U q..r.r 11 thousand of untreated tinibttr. and judicial departments and
Oct 1\28 Oct lIU .
2'; 0 D. Kemey --_C ______________ Merchant Dr".lt_ __ ________________________ lot I. 1\2: I. ._ 8.00 1.80 of flouthenst and East 44S of of Southwest oulh..t quartter ," work Include furnishing ill l| nectxisarv I tvrrttnry 1t. hoarib., hodfM Mini official : tn dMd', the
2s Furd Gnrrage __-_____?___________ Garr.we u.-------------------------------- I. OPt I. IU2.10.00 6.002e and q".r ouarter materlala.. tools, and .q..I"m.nt) and I nehd. tn inch governm.nt Into
Dr O. L. Haynm ___________________ iantiat __ __ __ ______________________ Oet Ort I. 11)23 I. IU9-10.00 6.04) I South half of No.th..t ql.r. of .1 the work neet aary and ubortllnat and dltet. and Co p..rn. n just
MI' Inman Retch, ______________ In.ur.nc. AI.nt __ __ _________________ ot. 1. 1 3 Ot I. \2 n__ 111 S"uth..t West half quarter of Southwest except \.t.4 .c. and put complete. order, ready for use the .ann.hl. .. nf tnvntlon for. ugh
31 Inm.n Ritch _________________?_? In.urnc. A".nt __ __ _______________ I. t12 t. 102.__ and Iu.rl. of Southeast oi>nt4tni'>lnud Improvement. I ovrnmnt and .tl.I. <.lln. and futiir
South of bonded
:)2 Inmnn Retch _____________--___ In.urne. __ __ _______________ Oct 1. J Oct 1. ___ 2.64) .quarter. of Southeast .h.1 D"Ih..tqu..t. Ml work to IK- dune In aixwrdanm with Ihrplans In'btedn. b rvmuln du
33 Inm.n" Rltb __________ _____ lhurnc" Ann.. __ __ _______________ Oet I. 1928 Oat 1. 10U____ 2. 0Tnm.n in "I.t ft acre and Instructions, gravest urmlslons.special rlnl.l" In BIVA and U*.til* lUhflitr A ham**.
14 Rltb _________________ In.urnr. A..n. __ __ _______________ Ot 1. IOU Oct 1. 192__ 1.81 No.th..t; en.n.H, south North of railway section prmlalons, epuclllcatliins and ,' n nirnl .r*>. shall not h limited A
35 Inm.n __-____ _____ In."rn.. A..n. __ __ _________________ Ot 1. 192 Oat I. 1 ___ 1.10 a.eea.raeI township llrooklyn Land range Co.12 bleat; 7 posal and contract of llradfonl County Ir-I I' If In a elty itr town hit nn 1."I..U.n' und*r
fl'. Hitch _____________?__ ln.unnea A..n. __ __ 1. Oct I. _____ acre Certlllcnu* No. Kach; Mil must be acnunpantvd. by a 'h. sullen. Ih.1 l| h* .rrtlv.. unll a mnjnrl.
'1Inmn Inm.n Rleh __________________ lhurnc. Ann. __ __ _________u______ Ot f& I. 102 Oat 1. 192____ 160 uf Northeaat 380 .11..leas S."th..tql..r fied check. or a hldd.r'. bund mule I'.r.hl.l 1 I' nrh. elr.n. In the who shall
M" [Inman ______nu_____ In."ln.. A..nt ________________ I. Ot I. _____ 210 In and q..I.Fast.half of 10 acre to E S Matthew*, rhnlrmun: of ore Ihr..n nt nn election for th. piirtio.
3": o. W. E. Middletn _--nu_ ______ I'h".lel.n __ __ ____________? Ort. t. 1023 O.t 1. 1924-10.00 1.00 Nortw.1 .o.ne and Norh. Jtond fin.IrustiHxi of llradfuid County. r'lorlilH. I'! rind I",.- wh. HPT q..IR.. to tale for m.mll.ni .t
.I I l. Merohnnt Oct. 1. 1924_,___ 830 w.t ql.r'r Norh.. par eons of tho amount bid. aa ixldinee I.llah'. .h.1) vote In favor of mich
: 1 M BJb"-::::::::::::::::::::::::: Merohnnt -_---__-__-_.-_-__-___,__?_ Oct t m (lot 1: 11)24-- 60: Ug Southwest Southwest 'Iu..le. 10 .. quarter In SouthaM of of UIHK) faith and ae xuarantve that '- .
_______________________ Photographer. ___ quarter accept acres If .. tho contract will v,.
42 H.."I Broa. n __ __ _________?_____? t. 1928 o.t 1. 12. .0 a.GI avction 21, 8. south .. .r..1 Il"oel 1 I A
1N I Hull _--__ __--______________ Merchant __ __ ___________u______________ (ft 1. 1923 1. _____ corner.22 East, 180 t..hlp, ,. 'rnrt and UM- IHn.1 minhed, JOINT RFSOLUTION IVoiwttilntf nn
41 Mrs Lnuiae WII.m. ______-,_______ Oct I. 1021 Ol. 1. 1)1915.00 1.60t' rnM) Co acre .4 ir.kl"n. "ho right I reacrvoil to .. .. any or nil Am..h'nl A.lelp Ration 17, of
tt.rh.nl .
I I'. ."I. G..o IY _________________ rhnnt __ __ ______________________ Oet 1. 1928 I. 112.___ 8.00 1.69 No. mbraoe West thrvtt blita' thn. Conitltutlon flint** of Florida,
I 1-.1 W Wnl" _________u_______ Merchant __ _______________________ I. 1023 Opt I. _____ 8.00 1.8" .rln..ln 49 of tho Plans and specifications mar bo ..n at R..I... to. the I..n.p of llund.! hy Si-n-tnl
I 4mllll'. Garrngu ____________________ Garrote. __ __ __ __________?_______ tp.Oet 1. 102 (lt I. 19'N_____IO.OU 600n quo.'. svcllun Soulh.. quarter NorthwestSunrter. office of the County Fnoln.r. eplo 11.111... sad thIv, v of n Tntn .
F r Hemingway ___________.________ Mae Market __ __ ____ ___________ n.t I. 1028 Ot I. 1121_,___ 630 2.50 :.10 17. lwn.hi. .7,L south Lewis rang may I. ol.talncd from S""I". th. Create a Fund.for tho rnymtittnf
Co------------------- Mprchant 4.50 2.83 .e. boon at 12.60 per copy Hi. Principal and Tnf r t Throw.
0"" Bennett nusi.1 Thrmon,Orncery: --:::::::::::::::::: Mprchant :: :: =::::::::::::::::::::::::: Oct 11 1m Oct.: t 1: 10248.00- : 1,60pl r..ttenh., Northwest N. Ul embrace' section N.rthe.tquar.r K H .\rHEW". n* U Resolved by'I the 'r. = r., of thi I l'at.

Scott Drug Co. ______________ Merchant Druggist __ __ __ _____________ Oct 1033 Oct I. 1924_____ 8.00 1.50 south quartor. 3. Chll'l"n. of KlorlilniTlmt
II G. MOdnn __nn______________ Morchanl __ __ _______.._______________ Ot. 1. 1928 I. 1921.60 2.269ruthrrn t'n.hlp E I, L. Gdffu.CenlBeatu range, 2g East. 40 .or. CA tit. foltn+ring am,'ndmrnt' uf StM>(ilnn
I 10"1.11.7 SeetvUryHereby 17 of 12 of tho Constitution of thrSlat.I .
Oct 1. 192130 \rtel.
; I .1 R Ilnv Ilell,. & Tdaphne Co. ----__Co.-------:_:::::::::: TeIc insurance hoe f:'_:-_:- ::::::::::::::::: : t 1.1.: m Oat, I: 1024.:::: .:gg \ No. 200 addition embraces to Iota Starke II). 11 of In -- I, ,, rallied. nt thp fjoitrrnl Klivtton

.1 n Unsha A C" ______ .___________ In.un.ne. net 1. 1028 Oc& 1. IU24_ 1.0 "hIk.mpl.. of M'SIR'I SAI.E I of 1..I..nlnll. hold In liar year rf .\\I\ h.
.I, I. It 1",1. Co. _____?_______-,__ Iulurne. A..nt.. __ __ ______________u___ I. 1028 I. 1924.____ 260 NOILv.' qluulr NOlthwe.1 Nortllvost quarter and ol..n that under and by ,I' and .m.. hvrrhy agreed t.. nn., .hal h
I R Co--------------------- In.urn. __ _____n____ ___ O"t. I. IUI Oct I. 1034____ 1.0 .of WeL quarhrWest vlrttir nf that .. \ of furecli I I' .,1'111.1 In the ffNft.im of tho Slat<
.- I II. In". & Cn. .______n_________ In.l1n. A.A"oh __ __ ____________'___ Oc. I. Ot I. 192____ 9.50 Soutlwartt railway and of Northeaat, corner of. .unmnde hy II,. ./,1".I..r.) .,Ihn 1 -, .1 & Co--------------------- In.u..n.". ft 1. 1023 1. _____ 2,60I 'unlh" Nn.lhw. qu..or section Juillclal Circuit) Oct III,: fur and Inaluad of I I Ij I"' hol.1 In the 1'21. Inll'nl". ornJrftlnn

I I Manning _______________n_ Merohnnt _A..nt_ __ ________________n_ ____u (lt. 1. 102 Oct. I. 19'24180 2.25 _eesvd L'K, Mrs.township Hoienc 6. south E. llrook range. 2 Et j"'! ; ''"'"' ,ll"1'1'' "' thl Kighth Thnt said) .h.1 \>.
"I N O''I.L ______h_____________ Merchant n __ _________________________u I. Oct I. 1026____ ..&0 2.281 Unlivi said e.rllaeal..hgll* be f.I'\'C I. .dls.iunlinVd.; I ; I In Chancery sit i,1..1..1| nn n* rnd nit follows
\r Ihrvling __ -_____________ __ Merchant __________________________ ( I. 1023 1. 19448,00 1.0 aeconllnir law, deed will I.mo ting Circuit' Court llradfonl County. H'II.n IV The I.inilxltiiun* nay pnu .I I.to. I.
.; 1 H".n"lon Slate Rank _________u_____ I'unk.l. __ __ __ ________________________ Oet lt I. 102 Ott. I. 1.2.1 00 7.50 the loill to of tax A.issuu ) ".. Florida, nn the Hlh, day nf tj.ut A I). IU24 ._ lag ftohool .HntrlcU to Issue I.nb6v
I R. V Fisrr ___..____________________ Herber __ __ __ _________________________ Oet I. 192 Oat. 1. 192 .50 on day Novvhr. 1. 1924.Witnrx seal In The Ki-nlml' l.anil Rank of CnInmbla : I till l>Kf>l.Mv| tie Of pUlllltl free ?'h..I.wl'hln .
..; r Hagan ___n_____________ Merchant __ __ __ ___________________n__ net I. Oct I. _____ 8.00 1.10 this tha 7lh my .of October. A. I,). 1924. 'rr eorpotatlim. an .""' andaiinlnsl .". mirh m>.Hlnl tar school) dUtrlet..
I", J V. Jones hU________________ Merohnnt _' __ ______Un_____ 1. 1028 O.t I. 1024_____ ..80 2.2 day O. W. ALDKliVAN.Seal ,'. H Sapp. ot ill. ili.fi'I.I.ln..t. IWh..1 n innjtirlly of thn 'I..ln..d Iff torn
4' W. (:I1 ____ n_________________ Merchant __ __ __ ____________________n let 1. 112:1: 1. lU24_____ 8.00 Clerk Tim undorslgnvd aa Special Master. will Ih.rn' are frhotdm .h.1 vot. (to
( ) Circuit
__ ______ ____ __ ,_ .00 2.60 \ CourtBradford offer sal.' In front 1..1 of thi of such .. hut nnt
r.; I. G. -_ u _- Dealer F.h m. __ _________ ____ Out 1. ) & 1. 1024_ rnl .if I)In. Court housiliwr I..no. .
q\' Hompton N.vol Stone CO. ___________ Turpentin. __ __ ______________ Cot 1. 1023 I. 1094--__20.00 10.00 C.COlnly.A. t'I..II. Slark... Florida. during the legal >on.tft alt",II t I. ImiuiMl h.-ro imdrr' which .hn11PXCIMM
71 Hampton Naval Bar. C_____-_____ 51.rchanl __Opr..r__ _________________.____ lt. I. 102 Ot. I. 19246.00 1.80J lly KNIGIT. houra of sale M.n.I., the .Inl, day of Nov ), In..I.r with )she) ..I.ln. Indi'htcxlnmn ,-
:J Hampton Naval Star. ________ Murehnnt __ __ __ ______________________ Oct. 1. 1923 I. 3024------1.00- 1.10 1'pul" A. U. 1924. U> hl"lwo and heat bidder nf .1.1 tnx .|.. | .1.1..t 20 pi re..nl
7 Hampl.n Naval Storm Co. --_______ Turpentine Operator. __ __ ____________n Oat. 1. 102 Oat 1. 1220.00 1.00I ( lOinritit7lo for caeh tho .. II. proM>rtyitltiiatcd .f iht .eoNw'd vnln of the ,. I'rl'rrl" -
: A. 1 Durdon __n________________ M..h.nt __ __ __ ___________________n__ 'lt 1. 123 Oct. I. 112110.51 In llradfonl County. Florida. U- I nf iiirh ilUtrlrt emoting 4.. tlm lat miH .
74 Counl" Dank ____n_____ II.nk. __ __ _____________u_________ 1. Oet 1. _____ '.11 Cure a Cold In One Day wit I (rmmi'ht for Stntn and Tnunly itunxMi prior
75 .dror .. n____________________ M".h.nt. __ __ __ ___________________ Oet 1. 192 I. 4_____ 8.00 1.81 Fast-half: of North-east iimrlti. of South- I I'. tli,.> Issuing of mirh Irondu. Any. hontln I..
_76 Mnry E. Thl"pln ----____--_________ Merchant __ __ ________________ Cd. I. 112B Oct. t. 1924--___ 8.00 1.50 Take LAXATIVE UKOMO QUININE (Tablets! It rust ql.el'l. .hi North-Wist quarter of ".1| h"I."n.II. .h.1 b** t>m. nvnMn, within
7 M. L. Johns ___________n_______ _Drll.t_ __ ________________________ net 1. 1928 Oct 1. 1924--- 8,00 1.50 stops the t ouith and Hradai'he and wurh uhf Ih. quarter ot rloiitliKaet iiuarti-r and thirty yrnm t"m dnl. of I..ne. In nnnnul -
78 Green Cove Furniture Co. ___________ M.rhnt Io.h"nt n __ _______________.__ Oct I. 1913 oat 1. IOU .__ 8.00) 1.11 Cold F W, liKOVLS sl.aalurei.il eaihbux. JOc. iMint-half. of Mouth-Wi'st c'"II'r.r Nnrlh- I inntnllmrnU which shall rommnnr not
il Con.umur. Lumbar Co .__________ Lumber Dealer. __ __ ______________?_____ I. 192 Oat I. 192____ t.*" uuarter "' Houth-ha; gimrl.r. HMtlon more than three ytfnr after the dole uf I.."*.
Jaunlta Cafe -._ Rtalrnt ___ .___.,:___ Oct 1. 192 Out I. 12____ &.00 2.50 21 Smith-half of North-Wwt of I ".rl nnnunl installment shall b* not l *.
"I J 0 Turner ____u___________________ -. Oet I. 102 ot I. 192____ 8.00 1.60 Notice of Appointment of !fa"apt" H<."th.W..t quarter North-Wnet 'quarter 1.11.1 of thrfHf pr rent of the told mount of
82 I'ty Rorber Shop _________________ B"k.r. __ __ __ _________________h__ I. Ot 1. 192____ -8.00 1.80 For (;ioni-rnl 1. North-Wr.t quarter of Reuth-Wal quarter| the fun. \Vht'tnv.'r any .",eh ap 'nl.l' has
83 J0.' Johnston ____________________ .rh.nt __ __ __ __________________ Oct I. IOU lt. I. _____ 3,00 1.50 luton and South-Weal '11..1.1 of Hoiith-Weat quar- school district hnn voted In favor nf th. Inunnr -
H4 J. R. Eddinge ___d_________________ Machine Agent __ _. ______ ______u__ I. 1923 ( I. 1921-10.00 1.00 t"r. Hcetlon 22. North-Kaat quarter uf of .".h hnmlii a special tn* for the
U R. A r".n ___ _______________--_ I..w" __ __ ____._._________ _. flat I. 14)2:" Oct. I. 1024 __10.00 1.00 At its regular meeting Monday. NUllh.W..t quarter of Nn"h.We.. quarter pnvtntnt of th.In..t on vnld bondn and the
86 H..1 J. .. _____________?_______ M.rh.nt __ __ __ ___________________ Oct I. IIH Oet. I. 1924 ____ 3.00 October U, 1921) the board of county fWtlon 1, All In of principal Ihr.t nn the sane nhnll "m.
87 C. ,\. YounNhloori ______________ Merh.nt __ __ __ ____u_____________ Oct 1. ( I. 4924----- 8.00 1.80 Urndford! Nonce Fat of the T.Ilahaww Iul.h, due, nnd pnynlil*. nhnll ho l 1..1.1| on the 1..1.
88 Inm.n & Retch Agta. ______________ __ __ __ ___________________ (frt. I. 1928 kR I. 112 _____ 8.60 commllliontrl of county In llradfonl ", Florida and enl.lnln" within thi district vot inn Ih.11
81 11. C. Walt Agt _____________________ lnouranee __ __ __ _________________ oat. I. 1123 Oct 1. 102.___ 8.50 "Florida npointcd managers and 115 acre, more or Iroa 1"'r'In nnrotNlnne with law prnvldlnir( for,
10 W. C. G.n ___n______-_ ____ Mr.h.nt __ __ __ ______________________ Oat I. 102 Oct. I. 1124__ 8.00 1.0 the several election 1 K. A. of tan.. and inch, has shall nl h
L. D. Taylor __n________________ Oat I. Oat. 1. _____ 1.00 .80 clerks for pre- tU"rN.' ". .111..1 to any fiiirpmi other than th. p
92 Gen F Young ____________uu_______ B.tr. -_ __ __ _______________________ OPt I. 198 (kl. I. I0'21-_ 8.00 1.60 cincts of lirailford! county for tho E M. JOHNS. 8.1. of the principal ant Interest of ..midlinnibn
__________________ __ __ ', .
93 nrh E. Merchant __ __ -_ 1. 112 Oct 1. 1024 801 1.M1 S.I.I for Coml>'-ln"nt- \
94 W. E. Torde L.dholl) ____________________ Merchant __ __ __ ______.______________ Oct 1. ll Clt. t. 1(124 ____ 1.80 general election to be held Tuesday In-S.8t-II.81
R. M. TI''V __________________ M.rh.nt ___________________ li& I. 1 8 Cct. 1. 10:19.00 1.414) after the fut Monday in November. ------ A JOINT HFROUITIOM |'ro|..lnir .. nmnnd-
UI R. R. n____________________ M.rhlnt lrN.I_ __________--------- I. 112 frt. 1. 1926.00 1.60 the 4th day ofmild J.: L. FRAZBB neat of wtlon R .f Arlrl.7 of th. Ton
IUI'4 the being
97 E. E. Burney ________________________ __ __ __ ________________________ I. Cet. 1. 1(424___ 1.00 1.0 nnmo Ntltiitlnn( of the Slate .t .11.. 1&1"lln.
0" H. R. Snpp n__-________________ Merchant __ __ __ _____________________ Oat I. 1923 C"t. I. 1924----_ 1.50 month and the clerk InHtruitmtto ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT t CrniiiM and Arprlnnmont
10 Ln..y I..P flunk ________________ 1)nnk.r. __ __ ______u--______________ Oot. I. IOU I. 1924--_15.0(4 7.50 I of snit !!. f ftcMolvwl by I..I.I.tu. of the fltnt'
S'.lke T'I..phon. Co. _________-__ Telrphone Btulm.i Uol. I. 1923: Ort I. 102416.00 7.50 publish names n1lnnKlrl LAWl'OSTOFf'ICE of FlorldfttThnt
01 H. W. lun,." _. -___________0 Harbor __ _______________ ___ (lt. I. 109)1 Oat I. ID24__ 1.00 .10 anil dorks u. required by laws, a* th. tol".ln. nmndmnt of WHoM
02 .1 If. R" --__-.___._____-,_______ Mrlh.nt __ _____________________ Clot. I. 192 I. 1924-__ 8.00 follows BUILDING .1 of A.UI'' Conitlliillon of th.Stnt'
la G 1 \nde"on ________________0_ __ __ _______________ Oet I. tl2a Oct. I. 1024-.10.00 6.00 : of 'I"II".. rvlnllnir tn Cvnitiui and. Apportlnn-
W II. I.Iwar. _n_______________ Oar.go..rp __ __ __ __?_________________ I. .lt I. 1924--10.00 6.00 I Precinct Nn I. Litwtey.R. STARKE, FLA. mont >., and the ..m. I.. hereby nurid to
05 GV R.t'r., __ _________________ Merchant __ __ __ ______________________ (lt I. 101 I. 112n. ._ 8.00 1.0 A. J. T. Raddirih 0"1 .h.1 t>. u.tmlttvd to the tc.Uii-i of the
Oi Alfrr(1 ( "ray __- _______n_______ ..rh.nt __ _________________-__ n.t. I. 1121( (lot. I. ___ 8.4(0 1,64)Q07 m"nchar., NU'n-( r-Ei7r' 1..,. PtoH'ln tu npprovnl or ..J.eln. nt
D I Hyett _-_________________ M..h.nt __ n __ _____________________ ot. I. 'ot. 1. IV24__ 44.00 1.8 and! II. Padgett, Managers and G. 'wio-- ntrxt ton.rl Klnrtlon of Ite.. >*
,1ON Mu,.. Kit. _______-____-_ Manhunt __ __ __ ______________________ Ol. I. 1918 lt 1. 1024---- 3.00 1.1 II. Peitrce Clerk. To the ot tn OH ,.hi Ih. first Tliradiiv .ft.'r liar R"tM.nd.y
S I.harao.t__n_______________- Herber __ __ ______________________ Oet I. 102 1.t I. [U2__n 1.00 HI.' 11..I" .,. l.ll.1 County the In N".n.bI. A. I). 11124. that I heM
109 (1. F. y."n" ____________n_________ Marehant 1. Cct. I. __ _, 8.00 1.0 Precinct No. 2. Slarke (North) I tuy that H.tl.n :'I of Article of th.
C'a' W.I. _h___________________ Merchant __ __ ____________________ Out I. 1923 I. 1"2___ 8.00 1.11 G. II. Bennett, T. P. T. a.r.hery ofwShalefJ'the, Rtwhrr Crawford. Cfinnlltiitlon' of the Htnl of FlorldH shall b*
M..1.i..1 ___n__________________ M.h.nt __ __ ________._____-,_____,__ fret I. IU2 Oat. t. IOU4 .--_ a.ol 1.10 Wal ano do of .10"... mnitid| .. red UN fnllowitHvctlon
1 I. H H'I.t' ______________________ Inuring __ ______________________ Out I. 1098 Oct. I. IIU4 .__ S. (Vllllnme. 1lan"Iurl nno E. hereby viva( niitlna. that a II. The I, KBlnhir( that droll meet
1 L H 111 ________________ I..ul.n. __ __ __________________ Oct I. 102" (Jt I. I\U._ 1.10U I Unvm, Clerk. Will b. held hlvadfforAtGmo I rt-milnr ttmnlon A. P. llt'JR. end thiM. Ih.1 I
_____________ __ _.._ In y. of .. ,
: L 1( A"t 'n.ur"e. __ ___ _n ___ ___ Dt. I. 128 (t I. Florida II.t. shall meet ton year thereafter, .h.1
L H Hill -__-_____________________ .I. Agent __ _____________________ I. 11' .. I. 1094.__ -10.00 6,00, I'rl'l'inr No. .1. Starke (South) first on Tueailay" n..t .u..Un. the ttiM| >rtlon thi< .1..nl..n In the S*.. .
16 B I Johns __ -____________: -____ Morohant ._ __ __ ________________- Oat I. 191 flat. 1. 1924._ __ 9.0'1 1,19), I T. Edward Burns laid lui'Silnv Monday' In November. the and .h.1 I"vlt. Ihllly..I"ht (CINI) Srn.-
113 F R..... _--_________ -__ Lunch Stand __ __ _________________ .__ ''. I. Cot I. 1044800 2,60 KenlIek. ant FOlrll Ioln. the turUI H..lllr". .h Hlolct t.h.. mnrlytt
hn H Guy Ider.n -?_________________ Merchant _________________ -____ O I. 108 Oct I. I ._____ 8.01 1.0Un F. G. Managers an'' For 8)S) I I.Y OF NOVFWIIKU <- >nl In opulnlion i pr..U..II.l Imt .
.1 I. 'r'' __ _n__________________ Jawynr __ __ n_____._____ ..__..._ I. .lt I. /__.._ .00 J. L. Peck, Clerk. Fur I l'r.h.nU.1 tb'el"P.: e.onll .h.1 !I.. divided. I. n..kll" such nu-
"I' Gnrn; _n_______________._____ Ilnl.I.1 Show __ __________________n__ rob. II. 11 4 .h 10. 1424.1800 7.11 No. Crnhitm; one. l"I'nl.lv. of thn Second Cnn pllonm".I. and nah OUtrlrt' .h.1| hnnn
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1 211 M.F .\Ik.rnan Crowdor_ _::::::::::::::::::::::: Amusement--Company-- -- -Show------_-.--:::::::::::: Out.81er. k m 61rr.(0.1. k 1924----IVY.15.00 9,00: ; I' C'hoHluy I'redlt JolI. U. Wnsdun and States.In"Iho Hlxty-nlnth) I...the..MI.t.t of the Morlda.llnlUil (urn. '..h.1. den.' nl nt th>i>.nrtlon same th time. ICrrriMfntntlnn. 1.,1.1..

m .I Chlir I t'd'_--__-------------::::::: Merohnnt Merchant :: :: :: ::::::::::::: .::::::: 4114t(kt t: m Oct.Oat.: I: 1024 1924.8,00, -- 3.04): : Tiinimle Odom and! W. T. For For lovernnr nf the SI.'. of "lo.l. In low I.(.hrf...('II. .of R.p..nl.U.Ill..Uv..and.-nrh shall of th.1.)*

Cane. led ----------.------- : McRvcr, Clerk. S.'ar of MI.'. of the Mt.l. Florida Aw mi Nt "'I.I... and two fit)

16 m Vt:: : wmam.& Ifryan------_ ::::::::::::::::::::: Marchnnt R.taarant':_-:_-:_ -:::=:::::::::::::::::: (Apr.k41.. 1925 1094 Oct. 1.t: m:::: 'JBO 5.00: I: g gUu I I'r.rlft No.5. Ilumpton For For II.n. f.n..1. of fllnte the Htala of Florid of Florida. .".pupulnun> '.1"'IU'Iu.aoantM.nrh and I h.nnn neat eighteen'

How. n__________________ Turpentlne Ol..tor. __ --________ Ikt. 192(4 ,. I. III __35UV 1.11 ( J. V. Jones and R.II. Nor .1..1. nf the Slate of Florida.' tlvi.I.. ,nfh of Iho rtiinlnlnK r."nlh.ltl..nl.-
110 G. I.h"n.n __________________?___ Aunt Lire in.uana __ _______________ Apr. I. Inu O.t. I. )'J.1 __ I llutchin.soM! AIanaura and C. E. For MI.lnl.nd'nt,, of I'ullllc Instruction of the, Stair nt thtlmv of ueh .I'p.ntunm.nt
18 a.o. F Young ______________________ M.rh.n' __ __ __ _________________ Apr. I. 191 Oat 1. ___ 1.50 .7A | thu Hiate of Morlda. Mhoiild,. th. I.nubalurr fail to n.I"n
J. n. Tounan. ____________________ __ ? __ ___u____________________ Ma. 1121 Out I. 1024-_.__ 3.01 15 Harper, Clerk. For C.llml..I.n.r of Agrlcultur of th. ftoprn.ntnllnn In the AVnnt and I...*
18 Sam K.r _____________________ Oran Gr.. __ __ _______?___.______ Oat 1. 102 Slot. I. 19H_____ 1.5 I ,Stn. of F1oriAa.F .. "f 1..I..nlnlh... nfc any ""N.I.I .. oflh
J nf the Supreme Court of .
m J.Elba U. ela- ::::::::::::::::::::: Marrh.nt :: .:: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::: Apr.( .R f: :m .Oct)at.: :: :m::::: 8.00 1.60: d ) ". ", -" -' -_._- I the Slate t.U.of t'lo.la .' 1..1.1", It shall. b any the of duty th* tlmm of the hen I...In ljiln-'IItfnnUd '*-

lSd n. 8. Col.o. _________ _________ M""h.n' __ __ __ _______________________ (lt I. 192)1 Slat I. 19Hn.__ 8.01 110 TlGobi's For Two 1.1" ". "..of the) Stats tier* or t 1..1.1... .u.ln. such ...fiilnrfrMlon
1$7 L R. G.lnv ------------------------ __ __ __ _________________ ( I. I. I145----- 8 ni of of the nprUI' nr
"h.n' lt 12 Oct
] The ghriver Co. ______________-______ .. __ __ __?___________________ I. I. 120 460 7.25 of For Stole Senator for llth Senstorlal District ...,1.4.ra.I.n.I."I.t.I. .I'hel.. .Id.|>rcnftntn-
E. M. Johns ________________u_ 1..1 -.u_ __. .___ tet I. 1\2 oct I. 19210.00 .on Change of the Htate of Florida.' Ito, In the and.p'lt.n tlotin* of 'Itepy..
140 !nh l'trnyll _______________ M".h.nt __ __ __ ___________________ MlY 3. Oe& I. lH.-___ 18 ..7J.I For two Members nf the Io. of Repreun- ncntnllvtHt Ir".I.h.'n' provld '
Wet Jon. ____._________ n.laur.n' M.y I. 19U ot I. 1 .____ 12 f t.lv. o the RI.t of 'Iord. rrwulnr "..'n.-ral or regular Sint e 1" ."Ir..ln.. .

m G.: W. Gnrn Wnlnwrght--.-:::::::::::::::::: Merchant Merohnnt :: :: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::: May I I.: 1025 1991 : :: m:::: -1.411). d Life"When For (Hh.rt. Jul".. ever pf>rtlnnm shall.nt hues of Il.prmentatlvm hams tnkim mnn In'the i nnv Senate m.

A. ---- ._ __ __ __. __ _, ('. I. 19U3 ._ &.00 t Fnr Circuit .
7. \dkln --------------- -- I..r n u_ _- I. CI.lk Clr and In th,, Iloiu of l6prfM<>MintlvM. shall on*
14 W. (ulnas ___________________ Mn"M"t __ __ __ _________uu_____ May 1&. 1021 I Ort I. 102) ____ lo .'5 change of life bfca r "nl County Assessor .. trot In m.k"'J Any ouch HIUortlonmi-nt,. In Ihe
144 0 L. Prvsatt ------------------------- .,.t M.I.t __ ______________________ Mey 20. IDU lt I. 12.__ 12AU7 I MM. For Tax Collector. event (h lefHililntur kid tormpportlonth
6awronca Irwin __________u_______ .. ,_ __ __ ___________________ Ma" 20. IU I. 1I2 ._ 1.9 on me, says Lwl. For County Aupirlntendvnt of Publla last ** In .h.1 1'ulelalorr! n* r e
G. U. Watkins ----------------------- In.,runs A".t __ __ __________________ 1." $l. 192 Oct I. .r__ 1.2A Linhcr of Lamar ruction.For 1.1..I.n. *h, th fvrnor shall
1.19 Jas. Kit -________-_______ M..h.nt __ __ __ _______________-____ Oe& I. O.t I. 1924-- o 1.&') Buffered so with womanlyweaknesa. County Iurno. qul..1 within (hlrly'lays after the.ndjoitrnmnt of
Den .. __.-------------------- iumber D.lar. ft. I. 1921 kt I. 19 ._?__1 7.61 I suffered l a Fur Five .... th.i ? seminal'. sail the Irtvuljilnttirit to-
R. if. Smith n_______________ Turpentine Operator. __ __ ________________ O& I. ISIS llt I. IN24-20.00" gra For THVee Mimilior' of thai County Board of grit*r..la, In tnuinllnnry n*<**l.>n lo ronnldr the
11 R. H. Smith -_--_ _______ _______ 81.rch.nt ._ _= ________.________n_____ )t I. 112'1' Oe. I. 102.___ 8.01 deal of pain In my blk an Public Inatructlon.For quallnn of r*nn port Ion mnt und mmh s ftrtwirdlnnry
12 R n. Smith Co. ______________ Merchant __ __ __ _____________________ r.& I. 10'1 (t I. __-._ 3.00 I 1 iidns) Sly limb* would Justice of the Peace In fay the fa|. Nontlfin of th* g\mlminri\ l a hn
H. Smith Co. ----------------- Turpentine 0".1. __ __ ________________ ()t I. 1123 ft I. 124.20.01 "" I didn't feel like doing my I.wln. Justice Iltre. .nt lay mnndntorlly required to rwnpportf.m th*
14 C. ,\. Smith .. C. ------------------ 1..h.nt ___________?_______ Oct 1. 1128 1. IHo __ a.ol I I work and there No. I rdprfnrntfltlon M rwiulml hy thi nrm ndmvnttMpfr.rt
HI C A. Smith _______________ 0.. ._ __ ___________ Dt. I. 1123 ( & I. .___ 100"U7 are so many District No. 2 It* niljournm' ant U'-h estrannil-
A. Smith Co. _______________ TurpunUne __ ________--_ I. (Jt I. 11! .__h20.00 I" 10IU steps for I woman t take on District No 7. nary -n nlon *fxtnllr| for rwnf.port't.nmf'nlhntl '
C. ,\. Smith Co. _______________ 1..h.nt __ .__ __._____________________ Oat I. 102 Oot I. 192.,.._ 3.0 134) a farm. I was anxiousto For Constable In and for the folloxrlnv Jtajtlr not h* limited tn **plr* nt th* sod oft
150 ,\. B. Crews ._________________ __ ________ 0_ ._ __-___ Oat I. IIU3 (et I. 1424_____10.00 600 get better. ver Illstr'C's. via '*rnty day* nr nt nil until rrap'Memmenl
160 B. F. HII.n C. ____-_________u__ Merchant _________________ (let, I. Oet 1. 112.____ 3,0", I ho fren.1 re- District N.). I tn fff.M'ti-d. and shall nnnld.r no bmin.es other
1'1 W. I. ._ _______--____ lee Msnufaelursr __ _______ _____ I. IIU lt. I. 514445Oui 10(4 District No 2. than Much nppc.rtlonmnt>
162 J. W. .nl _________________ M.roh.nt u __ __________. ___ __ .. I. 192 (J& 1. 1924__.__ 300 I.AI DUtrlet No. 7. ,
1"1 T.I.ntn.R..n (0 _______________ M.rehant __ __ n _____________________ rat4. 1111 O& 1. 5924------4,00 1414) In Testimony Whereof T have A JOINT RKHOI.irnOM Proposing nAm0ndm'nt
!ow.1 ________________ Torp.ntln. __ ____________ ne& I. Clt. 1. IU4.:5; "0 n art my hand and affixed the Oreat ..lnt i to eecllon t nf ArtkU it), of the
16 Po..1. Roberta n__e_ ___________ __ J.rh.nt __Oprt__0 _____________ lt. I. 101 O.t 1. 1924. ._ 1 CARDUI the State of Florida' at Tallahaese. s.1.pl. riinitMiilltjn of the Btnt nf Florldn !<*-
166 B. V. And.wa n___________-2__ l.rh.nt __ n ____________--_ -__ (et I. Ila (t I. )92____ 600 150 tai the twenty-sixth .1.1 nf Any.. Inrlnw ti Tn ntion nnd Mnnne*
167 J. W. ________________ __ O"rt. Oct I. llU Ot I. .2 _-40.00 10.00 I U I"2 I CRAWFORD R It lh.ntv.d by the Tegalatur. of the *ltnt*
E.w..1 .
Joe.. __________.._ March.nt __ ____________________ 13. O.t 1. 4__ 1.60 .1 rfR.atl f. Secretary of flat. *of Hortrln
16 W.ka Ritah Co. _____________ Turp.ntin. OJt __ __ ____________ Vt I. 1924 ( 1. IqH2n II.' To W. J rPPFIWOV. Sheriff nradfi.HCounty That th. :ff llowln amendment of R.rtb'nI
170 Wecku Roth Co. ___-_____n____ M.ruhsnt n ______.___,_________ Jt 1. 1123 Oct I. 1924--- 3.0n 1.80 Mtarke. Fla. a.2-IOtIOilNOTICK t of XrUrl- 9. of the oMllt.itIon uf the Mtl*
ITS Dr. n. W. Brown ____ _____n_ Phyolaiutl __ __ __ ____________--___ ( 1. net I. I0U._ _-_10.00 I.OU The Woman's Tonic of FlnHdn. relating t<> tnmtlon and flnnnr
172 J. M. Tmh" u_____?_____________ Tu.ntln. OJt" (t 1. 1923 Oot I. 19Hn20.00 11. OF In he reky nirrMNl to and shall h* mihmitti-d tit the
178 J. M. Tmb --___________--_-_-- M..b. __ ___________________ I& 1. 192 I. IU2n_ 8.00 10 F1.FTln. nn.ler If-etor of th.. Stnt for ndoptlon or rcjeWa
_______________ ____ __ ___._ The fevlslaiure
D. C. Jon. __ .rh.n' ft 1. 193 lJt 1. 5.09 "00 to me and I began ujlnjr WllnF.\H. of Florida th not general election| "f lUtirMtntntlvo -
14 D. C. _____________________ Dndarukn A Emb.lm.r _________________ I. 192 ot I. 1921__ _23.00 & 1 certainly improved.! I It .n.rl.lion ef IHH6. of the Rlate' at .* I'm helI In lh. lu/4 that I l. to
1& D. C. .0.Jln.. ________________________ Rattling Work. __ __ ____________________ ." 1. 192 O& I. 1921_ ,10.00 1. 1 I. Joint Rolllin. prnpria.Imr of that if Ceylon 1 1. Article ynr 0, of the TannM.luflnn .
14 Carrie __n___________? Mh.nt __ __ ________________ Jul 1. Ot I. 15241.80 76 through change of Ute with .m..n.lm.n' the (. the ny of the Slat of Florida, b* amended to
17 G. W. H..n 1'l"Cor __un______________ Most MarMt -_________ O I. lull I. 1921_____ 250 J out any trouble. I ca highly 9ar. of Fiords. and the We..enrsAIn
179 W. W. Sullivan _______________ insursnce __ _________________ 14. IOU Jt& 1. ____1.0 recommend Cartful. by a vote of th..f'h nt .1 the member..b'rr.d read as fnll.wa fh : irlnlntiir shall provld, for
A. J. Ao____________ .I., __ __ _________.______?_____ AN" 1. 1921 fJ& I. 12._____ I1A of 40 i to each hu. votes on said. Hellion I *iiunj rate of tatatln, mepi
UI 11 e..n Cl _______________ Vandar. I.I.r Mrl.ln. ________ ______ Au" U. 1914 I. 1921.._ 3.10 1.2 At the If. abot t I I.nt.h"I", .n..1 u..n their re.IMitlve n unif'jrm and ( npclftl t rnt. or rnt nnn
152 Globelno" Abstract Co. ______ -_ __________________ Or& I. 102 ot Jt I. 19241200 411' 60 every ba to Journal, with lh .. and nay that It rosy pr..l'te -r, but eurh special rate
IA3 Allen. AhtIan_ _ThI.__ --__________________ I I. 1. IV24.804) 1.01 through a critical time which ihrmm.. and they did' dr.m.n. and d'.t'ht IntAMvlbl Drnperti Hv, mill th* dol-
18. C. A. Por.Joh. nn_________________ tlh', __ __ __ ______________________ ( I. (J&Jt 1. 114___._ 8.00 1&1 1.5 i In called the Change of Life. the said Joint ,.. he submitted or rnUii of the shall a.w-s.t not .ferml vnltintion of such on Intnnir11N -
U& L. L. Johns _un_____________ ___ ".h.o'" __ __ __________----- 'lt 1. lJt I. __ 3.404 I..t. of the at th. lem-ral r Isr which rat. rat'. *>ri
lo special or
104 W. A. _____________________ ". __ __ _______________ __ f. 1. 112, fi I. 19. IA"."I At thJ. time, great changestake II: r Mon / 1944.NOW. properly thrfrnm. h.< at"lnrrunoi
147 W. S..n. _________-_____ Broke' ________________n A. I. I. IIHII..n_____ Z place In her system, TIIFRFKJHF!. 1.11 nAY CHAW- hi* term enll.etd and may shall be c0.
10. D. W..R. D. _______________ Rl.y.ll.n Ewt __ __ ___________________ O I. ISIS fe.O& I. 4924_____ 1.0. .II' causing various painful aou I ORD. Secretary of State .r the '.I of rliiHive..f hy nil the other l4vUIitur State. county, district and

19'1 lag G..t. That. _.__-_-u nnn.n___________ Bill Pealing Pdrtur__ -___ -______________________-_-_______u___ ,.> I.I. 19<:: (Jt I& I.I. IIJ.IIHII-.___ Oi 510 .,. disagreeable symptoms, I 1"11.1.do e.F.NERII.Hereby give F1.FC'fS notice that a municipal tare and shall Jut i.r***vU.tntlon Hb. such'.r.-if'i-f all(
Rlln.n 1.0 A Utlonn hall .uur. n
approaching thl.pro. .III he held In each Florida on *u
191 W. A. J. _?__-___._n_ Pool Roam 'act 1. I. I you are eun' .reepllnc
19 O 19 41.1 281'1
nod
__ __ ____.___ BulTer- Tuesday next succeeding th. Amt Monday In i.n.urrty both real p-wmii
July I. already
192 8. F. M'r.l.Y Rol 2.105. A. -- ---------------- II' 1. 2.50 or are by law for
J u
.9 C. L. Pak A Son _____-on-_________ J4.Fetal.. AlI ----__._______ f I. 1143 .lt ). 11{/__. 1.00. .ol any of Ita troublesor Yrmher. A. l> IV24, the said Tuesday' b stub munlr property,pal. ..ltjeatl tw may I.k P.rrym.n Ago ______ __ IMur.n. ------ I. I" 0. I. I.H___._ 25nUS take Cardui It '"* the rhanlsble, ... .
symptoms, "OIIRTII DAY OF NOVEMBER or piir
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P.rrymu n __ -- ------ ----. rot I. I. __ 2.6n -
said
P.. .. P.rn A.I.At _____--n__-_____ I..r.oo.. _-_ -- -_ ______________u f& I. 10! f"fJt I. IIU___ 2.5050 should: help you as It b for the ratification or rejection of the said, The vote cast I In, and compliance the saavw with, A.Lratlona proW
14 ,. .menAm.nb
17 Peak I..mn A"t ____________ lamran.-------------------------- ( I. 1.2 ( I. 1114___ 2.6 helped others. (I onstltutk.n,int Kee-olutlnna of the prnpcailng States. of amemlmimta Florida, visA :t.h pou'I ani, r.turse Ih.wnf shall Iw subj ele'1ho
scar.
Sold all and reetrleIloea
by reaalatlne
RKHOMJTIOM pmpnclng the ram.
cl&.t.
We. A. Green. Cont Judge. and W. Rays*. T*. Collector, 01 said county, do certify that the foregoing la correct. Given p-9 "JOIN, to Article It of th. .t.t.n peovidd by law for general et.Uune inlit.
lander our R b.nd and ofll.1 of the E judge, thai th* Urst day e October. A D. 1B24. :Y7iYx Y2 'Ion of th Rtat of Florida. Relative .T.- State TFWMONV of rlndda WfTTRFOr. I hat* her.-
Finance-
R A. CREES. J W. Hay. fir atlon It K>*iilve4 by the uf thai flute) .nu. sit my hand and affixed I the 'ireat Sal
Judge
< County Tax .
r1.I.ta. *
S' Cllt. of riorWas at l*"---*
of Florida dayl
)! Capital tats of July. A.O. .
_._ the twenty-ntth
-- ) Grip and Influenza That the following amendment Is A"lr.'X

'Did you-bring-home from the ; Good marketing begins with thai\ En. man should aspire to house LAXATIVE BOO. QUININE: Tablets remorx.UM Ida.ef..lata the Constitution Taxation of.I.h Plnanca.Htate of Y.' D..(SEALlecrtary tOJR CLAY CRAWFORn fo Data,

fair 1 causa. only oos "Broaao numbered Section Fawn (II) of said
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PAGR EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 17, i


r;. UNITED WE STAND.-DIVIDED WELL -

: .... Bradford County Telegraph -

t The proposed Amendment of Article VIII of the Constitution Bradford

; Published, weekly and entered as ida relative to Duval County an lJacksonviJJe, should receive I High

"? second class matter at the poet I eration from the voters of the State of Florida.It .

"' office I at Starke. Florida. i Is not quite clear just what Jacksonville and Duval County

.__ the Amendment, but it appears from reading the Amendment to School Journal

E. S. MATTHBWS.__________________Own.r.J. ti tion as proposed that Duval County an'd the City of Jacksonville,

,A C. ROBINSON__________Manilla* Editor I.to get themselves up as an independent State within the State

Part of the proposed Amendment is as follows: it FRANK CARPENTER GERALD MIDDLETON

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I Sec. 9. The legislature shall have the power to establish, Editor Sport Editor

t r ---- I and abolish a local government extending territorially ROSA LEVITON EUGENE MATTHEWS r

+ SUBSCRIPTION RATE Duval County in the place of all county, district, municipal, Aubtant Editor Joke Edll<7l'I

Jctf local governments, boards, 'bodies and officials, yt I
___ ___ "
Year $1.50
Per
; u n statutory, legislative, executive or judicial, and shall prescribe SCHOOL ZONE GO SLOW! SCHOOL NOTES |;I

" '.. :, Six Months __ _. _nn_____ 75d! jurisdiction, power, duties and functions of such government I HIGH SCHOOL_ CHOIR
\ legislative executive and judicial Did you ever stop to thing what a Miss Ethel Griffin, who teaches the |
\ .. departments and its The Senior class] is leading n, ,
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< --- -- I would be called if should second grade, has had flower boxes
bodies and officials. person they
,, .movement' to form a High hit
.. 1 In the windows of her room, ,
, placed
No more radical change in government would be conceivable run over a little child and, kill it? its Choir which will lead in the sings
;; which greatly improves appear- "
They would be branded as a criminal I Our school is badly in need of
I; which could be established under this proposed Amendment. ance. If all the rooms followed the i
and they would be a criminal a.* of this kind and it is h
L thing
school :I"> I
It will be noticed that authority granted to establish change example of Miss Griffin our
<. much so as any other man who kills II beautiful that every member of high "J< i
\ ish governments\ prescribing the, jurisdiction, powers and would be a much more
this their
,
one of his fellow beings. will give movement h u 1
!''tgislative, executive and judicial departments and its boards, There are times during the day I place. support.So .

t >iflcmls.' The county government of Duval County, the government when there are numbers of school I The great Paramount picture, The 1 come on fellows and let's m ,

, ".nivilk'' and the government of all other'towns in Duvat County children on this part of the road go- I 1 Covered Wagon, will be sht>wn at 'the walls ring with our songs
, a .. i"ciiinhed. Even the judiciary in Duval County may be be the Gaiety Theatre Monday after- they used to years ago.
There will
ing to and from school. +
-_-- I urn from the Amendment that the power may be exercised of strangers passing through : noon, Ooctober 27th, at 4 p. m. for -- 7
Mo. 4954 i lice of Governor of Duval Countyv house of representatives and many will know that I school children only. The admission SENIOR' :MORAL
Starke and they not -----
(Meiuoershlp In National Highway i Id, a supreme court of Duval Co nty. there is a school ahead and will not will be 25 cents. Don't depend on Senior privik. IXf

:, : Association) In other words, It appears that Jacksonville and Duval County slow down. Therefore, it is the duty All children are advised to see | (They aint no such thing) tr
this if for it U educational
.ing the people. of Florida to grant them authority to create the of the ample signsto possible very
town to provide
DEMOCRATIC; TICKET picture, being a story of the t THE :MINISTRELIt rs
of Duval
slate
County.
warn motorists. early days in our great West.
It ia important that Democrats in Duval County should remain a part of the State of Florida. Will the city government establish is hoped that the citizen_ u ..

'., wt' Florida should familiarize themselves Rovernment should be uniform throughout the State of Florida. school, zone on the highway that Thursday the school had only one I give their support to the Mini tr.. ', ,411'

r with the National and State ty should be subject to the same general -tawa as every other passes in front of the school building session on account of the heavy rain. which is to bo given in the int"I'.t i II

e tickets This IB especially true of State of Florida. It is inconceivable that the people of the State of or must they wait until some The Gaiety Theatre free', of athletics, by going to it and c
the six Presidential electors. It will grant any such authority to the legislature by adopting this act gave 1 i telling their friends to go. Of.
killed
should be borne in mind that the child is before they or passes to the show to all pupils on JOKES '
ifT Republicans will run a full State to the Constitution. It is not believed that the people! of Duval will they act at all? e the Honor Roll. I

# ticket. The following are the Democratic any such Amendment to be adopted. Senior-"So you went to a Jun, i (
nominees The framers of this proposed Amendment probably conceived OUR SCHOOL BUILDING Miss Rosa Leviton was absent first did you? And what kind of t f
:
the people of Florida would allow Duval County to be an I In 1012 the -citizens of Bradford from school Wednesday afternoon on I advice did he give you?"

L"fel For Presidential Electors" then the taxpayers of that territory would escape their just I taxed themselves to build a account of sickness. FresTiman-"He told me to ,ion>

MARVIN C. McINTOSII taxation for state purposes building. The structure was I BRADFORD BRADS to you." I

W. B. MYERS Duval County should not be allowed to secede from the State costing $40,000 and opened Miss
; Not: Bradford Brtdi will tw a feature of Frlpp-"Don't slain the iI'1 ''r x
i JOHN Q. HANSIIAW ment, but should remain as a sister county, and should bear her 1913. It is a large,; spacious build- each IMU In futur Editor. Tike that. I

#, ,, J. LEO ANDERSONJ. ate part of. taxation.-Lake City Reporter. modern in every way, is well I Gerald Middleton is getting so ab- Frank Carpenter "All righ:. I

IHNTON PLEDGERD. has proper fire escapes sent minded that when he heard Miss Fripp, how must I slam it.:"
W. BERRY plenty of windows and doors. It himself knocking the ashes from his
STUDY AMENDMENTS BEFORE YOU VOTE I b
i. a credit to Starke and Bradford pipe he said, "Come in." SPORTS
For Representative, in Congress, I and should be treated as

f. Second District At the general election, just a little over two weeks off, the But some of the pupils fail to I We are hoping that some one will We are looking for the follow, < I
', R. A. GREEN state will vote on five amendments to the constitution of Florida. it in this light and in thought- run for President with a plank in boys to turn out for basket m'f'

r these amendments are made part of our constitution, they should be moments deface the desks and his platform that guarantees barbershops practice: t
For Governor for men only. "Coo Coo" Middleton.
studied. of the building. Constant neg-

,( JOHN -W. MARTINFor Unfortunately not all of the men sent to the legislature to and abuse will ruin the best of Ever time that a girl powders her "Sheik""Romeo" Carpenter.Canova. F

Secretary of State the state to the best of their ability do so, but bend their efforts to nose or paints her lips she testifys "Rudy" Brownlee.
II. CLAY CRAWFORD lation on the statute books that will benefit the few at the I We are all proud of our school and that nature has been very ungenerous. "Slates" Thomas."Beau" .
to see the grounds and build-
,; For Attorney-General masses. in good condition; but this can- Alvarez
RIVERS II. BUFORD One of these amendments relates to the exemption from I be accomplished if some of the Women may smoke but the proper "Nosey" Sternberg.

heritance and income of residents of Florida, and, to inake'it easier persist in marking the walls, way to strike a match still remainsa 1 "Cutey" Scott.
i' For Comptroller small taxpayer to swallow, exempts him from paying PERSONAL the desks and whittling on man's privilege. "Curley" Griffin.
ERNEST AMOS:: the value of $500.( "Chinny Scott.
K.- window facings. The building k
r'. There is no doubt but that this amendment will relieve the tax twenty years of this will look I I A fellow never: realizes how little "Slim" Wiggins.
For Stale Treasurer '
<:coming from other states from paying his just portion of taxes for that old, so for the sake of he can see without turning his head "Fenders" Andrews."Pointer" .
J. C. LUNING I I
taining our state government, but where will it benefit the farmer pupils, your school pride and until he gets in a barber chair. Andreu."Tubby" .

ii For State Superintendent of Public owners of homes and real estate? They are now burdened with all we ask you not to disfigure Warning to Freshman: Put' on Wiggins."Cupid" .
I I Ritch."Kit" .
Instruction they can stagger along with, And this exemption of "personal and building in any way and when your hat here comes the wood peckers.

"a:1 ,,H. S. CAWTHON hold goods to the value of $;;,00," instead of relieving them will add see other doing it, ask then to "Ked" Williams.McMillian. .'
burden. or report it to a teacher.
For Commissioner of Agriculture I I "Red" Sistrunk "
NATHAN MAYO Take it "in Irn! 1 been able Is the of
to find privilege
there are 1400 families in the county. We will say there are 1000 some where between the ach 101 I "Senator" Green.
For Railroad' Commissioner, for Full of families in the county who will secure a $500 decrease in I e and Mitchell's Drug writing lines and-studying real hard. "Tootsie" Matthews.

TermA. That will mean a half million dollars worth of taxable property please return to Orie 1 Always remember that your crackis "Bookey" Norman.

t S. WELLS rlT the tax books of Bradford county; 1000 men of :family exempt iiP'I !') store.// no larger than your shoe. After looking over this list we
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i For Railroad Commissioner; ;; ;;; for Un- Ing taxes on personal effects, automobiles and household goods to I[ think that you will agree with u-
One Freshman who asked
expired Term of *;-nn.; "(loch, guaranteed to satisfy," is I was that we are going to have a real"showing"
where he learned to ride a horse
,
E. S. MATTHEWS On the face of. it, it would appear that at least 1000 taxpayers manufactured and sold in Fa- in basket ball this win--
answered, "On the back, Sir.
county would be relieved from paying taxes on property worth -for gas engines, however. ( ter. Though we are handicapped by' I
I I JACKSONVILLE GETTING million dollars. But what will be the result of this amendment in -o- I The Freshman stood on the burning i' the lack of a coach; it is hoped thatin
,
a CLOSER eration ? We will take our county again for an example. This section is securing valuable deck, a few years the school will be able
throughout the state on And, so far as he could learn to have one. It is a recognized fait
Taxes now being collected are just paying the expenses of the ,
Jacksonville is getting closer Taxes collected of the hard-surfaced road I lie stood in perfect safety, for I I today that athletics form a very important -
will one year are used to operate the different
every day, find Bradford county completion. The chamber of He was too green to burn.""* part in school work. When
boon have a road that she can brag the county for another year. There is'! no surplus amounting to should see hat -The Florida Flambeau. the citizens of the town realize thl
"' ried forward. Under this act will have papers
taken
About. we personal property the North carry the fact perhaps we will have a coach
You can now get in your car in ing to a half million dollars off the tax books. What will be the result of the advantages of this short Stranger-"Docs this road go to and other necessary equipment. .'
Gainesville and drive about thirty- will be a deficit and big one-In the Waldo?"
-- a sum necessary to maintain through the center of the state.u I I
nine miles towards Jacksonville ty. To remedy this condition additional taxes must be levied on real -- Freshman-"No, sir. It stays I' INTERVIEW WITH FAMOUS

without leaving an excellent pave I&nd! on personal property exceeding $500 in value. / Hamilton county has a republican right here. STUDENTSGrace
ment. This puta you about two miles The effect will be this The who does
: man not own real estate for representative in the TEN WAYS TO TELL A FRESHMAN Wood
; north of Lawtey and then run
you personal property will escape payment of taxes; he will secure all legislature who promises, if When interviewed today Grace
a Jnto one of the worst roads in the
state on to Baldwin, where one fits of our public schools, public buildings and highways; have all to "place a license tax onaoline Wood was delirious and hysterical.
comes on the Lake City-Jackson- vantages and benefits of public improvements Instituted at a cost to pay all the road taxes! in 1. Ills dumbness When we entered the room she had

' ville concrete up highway, and, of lions of dollars and paid for by taxation-and for the support of county, including the interest 2. His wild running about. slumped down in her chair like a
he contributes not one red cent. The all bonded indebtedness for road 3. His sidewise glances. wet dishrag and
course, from there on to Florida'smetropolis man with a few acres of land or was Bobbing like
Is smooth sailing. will have to make up every penny of the loss in taxes caused by ." It's a safe bet he doesn't 4. His load of books. her heart would break. "What's the

What is now known as the Jack- ing personal property. a fliver. 5. The amount' school !goodshe matter," we asked sympathetically.

', sonville-Gainesville( short road lacks This amendment does not allow $500;; exemption on real estate -o-- buys. I She could not answer for every
only about fifteen miles of being small home owner. If he has $500 worth of personal and household It has been said that there are 7.6. Ills His dumbness. time she opened her mouth to speak .
living in Clay county who do dumbness. the tears would flow into her mouth
complete. Bradford county is rapid Addition to his home and land, he will be exempt from paying taxes 8. His loud clothes
own a foot of land and and
square
strangle her. So we'took
road the Du- out
building her towards a
ly
s -but the increase in taxes his home
on and land would be more hundreds of cattle grazing on 9. His dumbness. slightly used and
val line and Duval all-day-sucker
county county
now paying on all his property for he-must then In addition 10. His DUMBNESS.One
.
1, county is losing no time in pushingher pay, property of citizens who own handed it to her. Instantly her tears
highway towards us. In the formerly collected from the man who had nothing but personal pay taxes on their lands. It was Freshman was heard to slacked up and she said, "I missed

meantime, however, the Duval authorities Then who will benefit from the passage of this amendment? as bad in Starke before stock the other day that God made remark a question in history today."
In your own community the names of those who do not own ordered kept off the streets. "What it "
certainly should put the old a square the country, man made the city and was we asked, think
road from Baldwin to Maxville in at land, living in rented houses, working for salaries, owning an who did not own enough land the devil made the small town, but ing that it must have been similarto

least passable condition. Autoists and living in comfort-they will be exempt from taxation, while the graze their stock on, insisted it ; after he finished ours he liked It ao Jacob Greens wise crack about

are advised at present not to attemptto of, the community, the property owner from whom he rents, the right to run their animals on j I well he decided to stay. I George Washington crossing the

use this road in wet weather for that gives him employment, will be taxed extra to exempt him. This belonging to others. I I Ohio.
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; there is hundreds of yards north- of men and the tax dodgers iron other states will undoubtedly I Grace began pulling out her hair
east of Maxville where the water the passage of this amendment. Its enactment will put an unjust tax People miss a lot of opportunities Miss Florence Matthews was absent I in great hunks. "I said that Columbus -
will come over the running board of well as amusement sometimes by Tuesday. lIer place was filled discovered America she cried
home owner and the small land holder and make parasites of those ,
by Mrs. Herbert Ritch. I
tY reading the
an auto. evade of want columns of running to the window and sitting
payment personal, income and Inheritance taxes.
When the short route is completed home papers closely. The other Prof. poised on the sill.
Florida does Dowling is with after
not now collect a tax on incomes and inheritances us again
a Miami woman advertised for "Well what's "
one will be able to get in his car wrong with that
t urpose of this amendment, is to prohibit such a levy being made in husband that being away for several days. His
neither drank we asked
dV in Gainesville and drive to Jacksonville liquor, [influence missed I puzzled."I .
was greatly
ture. All such taxes now collected to the federal tobacco during
comfortably In two hours.- I goes gambled or smoked; that time. should have said Christopher
Gainesville News. .J! ould this amendment be defeated, and in the future Florida who loved home so well he would Columbus," she screamed, as she

-o- a tax on incomes and inheritances, a percentage of what the in at nights. Just as though School was supended Thursday pulled out her last remaining hand

L. Get behind your county chamberof now collects and retains, would come back to this state. This could be such a "freak" in this afternoon and Friday on account of ful of hair and jumped from the

commerce and give it a boost ''a guarantee to the man with ,; big income that he will never be .-Times-Union. the heavy ralns sTms. The time lost ,window.

every opportunity you have. support the state, and to the small taxpayer it Is a sugar-coated : That was one woman's way of an will be made up on some Saturday

i -a-- he is still expected to pay more than his share of the taxes. she had no intention of in the future. GAMES FOR-FRESHMEN

Bradford county should have a Our government Is maintained by taxation, our schools, married. Practice for the Fall Ministrel is In this innocent little game all

Fish and Game Club. The fresh water state, county and municipal improvements, and every man who Editor o steadily progressing under the direction the Freshmen line up against the
Benjamin, of the Ocala -
fishing in the lakes of this section benefit therefrom and owns a dollar's worth of property, should pay says the story going the of Mr. Sternberg. wall. The teacher is it? She goes up
is the biggest drawing card and down the
we portionate share of the taxes. of the line asking, "Who discovered -
have in attracting tourists. to our Many of the state papers are urging adoption of amendment, man gave his press wife to a the dollar effect that: Mrs. McGruder, teacher of the America, who discovered
.w section If nothing is done to protect every eighth grade in Jacksonville America?" The Freshmen
was
who
:one of them has come out with a statement from what source he kissed her and then became ; can
1 the fish, in a few years some species :Monday. Mrs. Herbert Ritch substi- answer this difficult conundrum Is .
taxes can be secured to take the place of the millions of dollars and had enough to set him
will be extinct-and the governmenthas tuted for her. presented with a brass medal and t
'already refused requests to restock personal property that will be taken from the tax books if this in business again, is a "pipe prescription for medicine a e
to prevent
r. some of the lakes of the state ment is adopted. because there never was a Fred Mott wa< a visitor at the brain feve.%

with trout. Voters should go to the polls in November with this fact fixed, with money; enough to give his school one day last week. -

in their minds-that taxation is a necessary evil and that if a dollar a, kiss the first few Charles Darby was a visitor at
Habitual Constipation Cured the taxpayers are exempted from paying any tax, the remaining of their marr'!'-' life" The the school Tuesday WATCH FOR
In 14 to 21 Day is drawn from the Star's
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- must pay the whole sum. (J. C. R.) that kisses awmnre about Jokes ......__ .... ___- ...._____ Ir
prepared Syrup Tonlc- uative for Habitual 'I thousand a day during the honey- You know One Wiggins ? Wellhe' THE 1
Constipation. It relieves promptly and The October Issue of Florida
Highways carried a full gage of and Editor Benjamin being a got such a big foot that the
for 14 21
to daysto
should be taken regularly
induce regular action. It Stimulates and tions and text matter relating to the Improved method used by L. M. I I student of human nature evi bootblack charges him twentyfivecents

Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c r spreading rock for base construction of the state highway ): knows whereof he speaks.lI .- for a shoe shine. MINSTREL y
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