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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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WEATHER TO FOLLOW DIPHTHERIA IS:' DANGEROUS.. :
Commerce IN WAKE OF BLOW I AND CAN liE rREVENTEO
\\hamber of Lateral Road Work
tOOL Doca Little Damage, nut j State Board of "Health Will Give
Heavy Rainfall Holds Up I Trst Next Monday Morning

Meeting at Hampton i Train, Service East Coast.Down the I I Diphtheria can be wiped out of the 50 Percent
I county if the people who are SUSCl'pI Complete
Jacksonville, Oct, 21.-North Florida i I tible would be inoculated ngainst it,
-- will escape the tropical hurricane :j I just as we do for typhoid fever. On-
Bradford County Chamber of GEORGE W. MARKSSUCCESSFUL which swept inland in the vicinity of ly about half of the children are susiieptible FOREST::: SERVICE: OFFICIALSMSI I At the recent meeting of the board
_ere met at Hampton at 8:00: : SCHOOL MAN Fort Myers and across the southern I i or would take diphtheria >11'! STAKKKStarke : of boiul trustee. County Engineer!
0 p. m. and the meeting was I'part of the state passing to sea at a :I under ordinary exposure! to it and Notf presented. his, to that
to> order by the Chairman, D. The following is copied from the I J point near Jupited Inlet, according i they Ate the only ones that should bo has be.eithi. ntccfu fur a body, showing the report bein
Ight. October Journal of the Florida Educational to information from! the United I< inoculated. We van test your child! number! of important visitors within made I progress .
on the lateral roads' under
Association States weather bureau. The i to if he she needs the inocula- the last few week cou
ute of the last meeting were : I storm see or During the ruction in the
county.
[ corrected and approved. "On the cover of this month's Issue however, is going to bring cooler I.i I tion.All I past week! Mr. t'ury, logging engineer -I The
board of governors reported we present to our readers the weather, according to the report, :,|' children under 8 years old and Miss Eloise Gerry; inicro- Stnrke-Theressu road and the
they had not completed plans picture of the chairman of our Exe- I and some of the northerly sections I 1 should bo inoculated without the scopist of the service, have been ,rood leading! from Sturke to tho c'l-iv:
fq Deration, but that their work cutive Committee, Supt. George W. of the South Atlantic states may feel ,, test. This inoculation immune your looking over the naval .store tests. county line, known us tho Greenroad
veil under! way. .- Marks, of DeLand. Mr. Marks is a I frost tonight. :: child against diphtheria for life. which Mr. L. .Wyman-him under way C"ve have been finished anti
membership committee from very successful school man. lie pos- "I The highest wind velocity reported There HUM been fivo or six cases of in this county. Mr. (.'ury l In the leading -I will be turned over to the county sf-
c i made the following report: sesses in a very exceptional way the from a land station during the diphtheria! in and around Starke in authority on naval stores woods ter the expiration of the maintenance -
in committee on membership, qualities of those of a business man i hurricane, the Washington report the last three months and your practice in this county, having been : period. The report stated that
fring Starke and vicinity aped and those of an educator. No other I I says, was 68 miles an hour, from the child may be next if he is susceptibleand a pioneer in this field; while Miss the claying of tho road from Theres-
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October 3rd, at the organi-1'n man in the state has a better blend- I southwest, at Key Went. Stor n doesn't! take the vaccine. Gerry, it Is claimed knows inure i; Ha to Melrnse had beon completed.
at ,)f this> body, made a canvas ing of these two requisites for school ( warnings remain displayed! from Friday morning otI\ o'clock I will about what is going on inside u pine but was not satisfactory.
j e town and beg to report the administration. He Is very active in Key West to Titusvllle and vessels in be at the Starke school to explain tree than any one in the world. I Tho lIampt,>n-'fher"ssa road U
ing named persons who (x-on-, the affairs of the'Association and is I: tho region of the southeast Florida this to the children and parents, and i Huns are tinder way for cooperativework complete except" for the dressing up
.ae |d to become members of this chairman of the committee on J preparation -I const eastward beyond the Bahamas to give out correct blanks for the between these two scientistsand ''of tho fills and the clay (construction
lber: > for the great meeting at Day- have been advised to exercise caution parents to sign it they are willing Mr. Wyman for expansion of the front the old Alelrose road to the!
T. Ritch. 11. C. Wall, J. J. Tru- .. tona the latter part of December, I during the next 21 hours. II i for their children to be tested and Inoculated program nf work in Bradford county.Mr. I C'tuy county line. Very satisfactory
12 2rroll Alvarez, E. S. Matthews, and is doing everything in His powerto j Associated Precis dispatches from I II i iI if they need it. Next Monday E, II. Clupp, assistant forester I I progress was reported by the engineer -
Corpemng, C. L. Peek, E. W.es have things in readiness for the I West Palm Beach, Miami, Braduni j morning I will tout the children in charge of all forest research on this road, three gangs of
U W. M. Edwards, E. K. Perry- teachers. That is another way of i town, and other South Florida cities I|| at the school house and four days. work in the United States; ucconiIpanied men now being employed in Its con
lit &,0. L. Haynes, E. 11. Smith, R. saying that everything will be show that the storm did very little later, which will bu next Thursday, I i by It. I D. Forbi, director of struction.
'FaJ Remotest, People's Grocery Co, ready." I damage, although! the excessive rain I II ,vill be back at the school to toll the work in the South, were also in The bulk of the grading has been
VE. L. Biggs, II. A. Bishop A. M. I Mr. Marks has often visited in has delayed train service below New;F! who is susceptible and to give them town Saturday and Sunday conferring completed and the greater portion of
v. J>y, 11. G. Mason S. L. Alvarez, Starke with his wife, who is the I''Smyrna. Ships which' have been tied the inoculation. Be sure your child with Mr. Wyman on proponed! the machine work on the Brooker-
I t1.l1. Johns, F. C. Hollingsworth, J. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. II up in South Florida ports because of (I is tested and inoculated if he needs work for tho next Held season and Worthington Springs road and the
|, $'Alvarez' II. A. Green, Dr. W. B.1'1'arka Darby. the storm, hauled anchors today and I I it and he will be free of diphtheria looking over possible locations for mail from Brooker leading Into the
F. Register, N. B. Hull, T. J. CARD OF THANKSWe are now enroute to ther destinations. 'I the rent! of his life. Auk your family the headquarters of the Southern Long Bridge road.
tOslffln, G. II. Bennett DeWitt C. The violence of the storm hud physician about this. The doctors are Forest Experiment: Station, of which Most of the miUhino work has
I itself before It struck Flor- in favor of it and h.lpinme the local station is a liruiu-h. No definite .
Jottea, O. L Beasley, J. L. Underhill, desire to express our heart- spent the are been! completed on the road lending
:e4A.; Futch, D. P. Carpenter, J. C.t.r&nning felt thanks to those who were so ida coast and the hitch/, wind did very with it. This i is all absolutely free to Information was. given out, from Long Bridgu to Now River.
J. W. Morgan, J. W. White kind to us during the illness and little damage aside< from the uproot- everyone. No matter where you live, but it U understood that a decision The contractor" hat u pile driver nt
|SUa3 Kite, J. C. Robinson, L. R. EdTwnlpds I death of our son. May heaven's rich ing of smaller trees. A report from come to the .school Friday morning will be reached in a week' or two, after I work on this project and will be followed -
J. F. Kickliter, Hotel Marion, est blessings be your reward. Havana, however, stated that the and find out about it or bring your a few more locations have been by a bridge construction gang. '
R. Johns, F. A Scott, J. J. Rigdon, 1 MR. and MRS. ROAN J. TURNER. storm had killed a number of persons child to the school house Monday looked IntoTEIE I A tractor and grader is being usod
'W ISA. Stern, L. II. PllrtrlJ'ge.our i I I In the town of Arroys de Man- morning. : REASONS; but the greaterpart of the tills 'are
committee wishes to report INVENTS ELECTRICTIME I Itua, in Piner Del Rio.DAVISROGERS. W. S. NICHOLS, M. D., District yet to be made.

itt her that, in our canvass of the SWITCH I director, :State: Board, of Health. I Why Coolhl-t;; ;;; Davis' should I Clearing of tho road lending from

the business men appeared to be defeated: nrownl o's to New River Is -
I,I H. O. Bri5wn, of :Sturke: has filed LOOK OUT FOR HALLOWEEN practically
|r4jize. the urgent necessity for a application for patent for an automatic Mr. S. J. Davis and Mrs. Alice | 1. Fall. I completed nnd most of the .pipe.
l-ttanibt-r\ ,)f commerce of the county electric time switch. Tho machine Rogers were married Thursday eve I A masquerade party will be given !I 2. I IInulCherty.I ) 'culverts Installed, but with the exception -
indicated their hearty support can be adjusted to transmit the current ning, In Jacksonville at the home of I'lit the Woman's Club next Friday !I.o'ul'bla.' of some drainage/ ditches
4 cooperation. I for any number of hours or mini I Mrs.V.. I). Smith, 50S Cherry street. i| evening by the ladies of the club. A I. Slemp. I very little has been done on the
G. M. INMANW. : i, utes desired and will automatically Mrs. Rogers has lived in Sturke capable committee has charge of the 5. Denby.) grading.; The county engineer reports -
ELLERY DAVIS F i cut off the current at the desired I for a nnmbei: of years, and was em- fustivitioHand a pleasing program G. Failure to take action against .. show that work on this road
Committee time. I ployed in the central telephone office. is being arranged. Everyone requested corrupt nlllciaU. until farced to do has been/ slow and Irregular.
motion was made and carried I j: It; is easily operated and can be ar- i Mr. Davis is a man of uprightcharacter to come in costume and masked. HO by legislative action. Clearing and grubbing has been
4Jta three vice-presidents be elect- :|. ranged for heating rooms and waterin and is employed by the Texas Four prizes will be given to the best 7. Failure of President. Coolidge completed on the road running from
.eda\\;one from Lawtey, one from as many rooms as d sired' in the Oil Company.Mr. costumed lady, girl, mini. anl boy. leadership as shown by a Republican the highway above Law toy to the
f,Httlnpton. one from Brooker and the i same building. and Mrs. Davis will live in I, DoughnutM and coffee, ice cream, Congress refusing to cooperate with Rosier scltlomrnt. Outside of thin,
following gentlemen were nominated I ISttd Jacksonville, at 1202 Lewis St. candy and peanuts will be sold, receipts him. very little has been done for this
elected: J. T. Moore, Lawtey; J.I I| committee be appointed to visit the I The Telegraph extend. congratu going to the club's building 8. Failure in fiscal legislation. by
.|Iou\er, Hampton; G. B. Colson, :j several municipal governments of lations. fund. attempting to remove taxes from road.The rond running from Sturko to
Br oker || the county, the county commissioners Admisson J prices will bu tho snmll the very rich and at the Hume time the Conner bridge over New Itlvnr
M. Mitchi-ll 'made a motion that and individuals for donations LOCAL FOREST STATION sums of 10 and 25c. Sturt on your keep them on others. I hall been completed. The fill! at tho
i motion carried at the initial' other than the regular membershipfees. INCREASES PERSONNEL costume and be on hand. 0. Failure to give relief from an I river hits 'been completed as fur as
.du were fixed be reconsiderc J. F. Mr. Mitchell seconded the motion -.. extortionate tariff by adhering to practical to do so until the bridge
J10 ierseconded the motion, and it and it was carried. Owing to the increased funds TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION the Fordney Act anti refusing even abutment is ('onst rUI'ttIIi. The boardof
meting by which the membership > Mr. Hornbeck and Mr. Larson of made available for tarying on naval MEETS HERE; SATURDAY: to exercise. the President's. discretionary !- bond i trustees rejected all bid ,
ftflrtti carried. I I the Keystone Heights Board of {Stores tests, Mr. L. Wyman has been power to lower duties un for the construction of the Conner
. _.Mr. Mitchell made a motion that I'i Trade were present and spoke en- |given some assistance which will The teachers of the county are requested monopolized necessaries. I Bridge and arc now culling for new
, :tW.r annual membership fee be made F 1 couragingly of tho possibilities of ''enable him to expand the work con- to attend the Bradford 10 Failure in its foreign policy bids. The engineer stressed! i the importance
, :$61101' all partlPt livinir inside of Inlcorporated Bradford an well as Clay county and [ Biderably, and will release him for County Teachers' Association at which makes America a hanger-on of completing this bridge
towns and a fee of $1 for pledged their support to any move to work elsewhere in the South if nec- I Ktarke Saturday Octo'.ier:, 25.: School instead of II participant ,In Internn-I as quickly cit ,possible
:T-sJtfcthers.: Mr. Mouser seconded the help the entire vicinity.The essary. patrons and friends of education are tionnl councilu. :.slial.'ij; i ICSH. than fill percent of
motion and ft was carried. chairman reported the appointment -, Mr. Harry S. Wlswell, of Mac-bias, invited to come and be with us. 11.I Failure to maintain the the lateral road work being dune by
IAV; motion was made and carried of the following commit: Maine, has accepted the position as Subjects to be discussed: American Merchant Marine throughthe Adams & Sunder. Ms beon completed
[that the Chairman appoint a comIttHttee tees. i. Mr. Wyman's assistant, and will Numbt'Work with Ueginners destruction of our foreign trait, although the slowest and hurdust
: of six to meet with the coun- Publicity: J. C. Robinson, C. F. make Starke his headquarters. Mr. !Mrs. J. T. Moore and Miss Olive Ray. by a policy of grub all end give nettl parts of the projects" have been finished
1r11: commissioners, requesting the Hoover, G. M. Inman, E. S. Mat- : Wiswell is a graduate< of the University Geography in 7th and 11th Grade ing. anti progress' should bu at u
|napioyment of a demonstration thews, C. A. Futch, of Starke; J. F. :| of Maine, is trained in forestry C. '1'. Lawhorn and Mrs McGruder. : 12. Failure of administration by a much fatter rate in the future,
t.l'Jwas. Houser, A. A. Futch, VV. B. Alexan-i I and Is anxious to work into the naval English in the Upper Grammar I general attitude of negation, inaction -.4-
suggested< that the raising der, of Hampton; Louis II. Hill, R. 'I stores business.MEETINGOF. Grades-Mrs. Perkins and Miss' and stagnation toward, tho vital 8T. MARK'S CHURCH
'(4*bacco in Bradford County be R. Thede, W. E. Torode, of Lawtey.To I Fripp. problems of the day.-Tampa Trib. ;; ;
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:"jgriye. some attention by the Cham- meet with county commissioners READING CIRCLE Reading in the Grades-Miss Bul- une. The service lUlh Sunday
1$ ifJI f Commerce, and that the serv- : J. M. Mitchell, E. M. Johns N. T. The reading circle of the Method len and Mrs. Anderson. after Trinity will be at II I a. m.
tloco/of' some one familiar with the Ritch, E. S. Matthews, A. A. Durden, 1st missionary society met Monday I Decimal and Common Fractions" BEGINS ERECTION OF IIUNGA- For n short time we are expectedto
lf.ft'>g and curing of same be sexnr W. E. Torode. afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Prof. Dowling and Mr. Pinholster. LOW give special! attention to the ,
*\e d to come to the county and as- To solicit donations: J. II. Ritch I I Middleton. on West Madison street, Penmanship in Public Schools Church's, mission work. It Is suggested -
:'valstlin the first crop. It was decided A. A. Durden, W. E. Torode. I Mrs. Middleton! and Mrs. J. W. Mr. Boatwright. Freeman Register has started the that we consider how the
th.C:!the board< of governors go into Upon montion and second the White being the hostesses for the af The Teacher and the Community) erection of a bungalow on West Call Church came to this country a* a
thlfmatter and make recommenda- meeting adjourned to Friday evening ternoon. 1(. H. Wiggins. street, adjacent to the Christian Mission: of the Church of England,
ttJI s October 24th, meeting that time to The topic discussed was Unification II. B. WIUGINSSuperintendcnt. church consisting of five rooms, Its growth in this country and
ri bath and sleeping porch. Mr. Register i abroa,1 and concluding with the
Durden made motion -
a that a be held in Lawtey. of the Northern and Southern
Methodist churches Ci EN EllA ELECTION 'I'1KEl' and family will occupy the dwel!l- II thought of stewardship.The .
and the subject IN THIS ISSUEA
: ling. I ,parishioners. are invited to the
proved interesting under the leader- '
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ship of Mrs. J. W. White. sample ballot: of the general
:; HOME! 1j During the social half hour the election is> published on page, four of I PRESBYTERIAN_: m. .. -
hostesses served fruit salad, nut this issue. :Study: the ticket Carefully.; I Sunday School at 10 a. m. Fort Tierce Excavation work
bread, saltines and hot chocolate. Tho names of the Democratic nominees -I Preaching at 11 u. in, and 70:: ( p. completed) I in 4 1 l.r,00UOO! ) ( 7r>,000-act DEATH are designated by a cross markX m. by the pastor, Dr. Tucker. :North St. Lucia river drumago dis
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INFANT SON ( ), where nominees of other political A cordial invitation to! all. I trict.Has .

The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. parties are seeking the same of- ,
Roan J. Turner, of 'ew River, died fice.
Tuesday. Oct. 1 Ith, after an illnessof
NEW RIVER ASSOCIATION I She Found the "I'erfectLovcr'
five days with spinal meningitis. .
1'0II'Ir: OCIOJIEK 31 ... -r-
A Interment was made in the Sapp :. .. ;_9i
cemetery Wednesday afternoon, the The New River Baptist Association "' /
I funeral being attended by a largo/ will hold Its next meeting at Pine di '
number of friends! and relatives. Level church, beginning Friday October r7j ,
t I Mr. and Mrs. Turner have the 31st. _
sympathy of all in their sad bereave
II ment. (.RAY'S ROAD FORCES: TO NEW: '

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LIST: IN THIS i
ISSUE L. M. Gray started the moving of ( f

II I bin mail building equipment to New -L I 1&--..
The Telegraph carries In this Issue Symrna first of this week, where he .,(/J
a list' of ths qualified elector ban contracts for the building; of r1 b''P< ) -::
I for the /general election In Novem- several roads through that section. / F / .....
ber. Look the list overhand. If you A good portion of the equipment was A =A / .( \ f \ / ,, I expect to vote, your name should be shipped by freight to its destination J //.ci ,,., .
AY. included therein. It you are qualified Monday, while the fleet of trucks .JjJ. /. .
to vote and your name Is not published and drivers started on their journeyto Z' "fa.! :J 'Y.

I see the supervisor! of registration the East Coast section Tuesday _,-.---....'. .);; "' ''''"' '). .
or the clerk of court. morning. ":,-: --- T.
A L 'o.i' .I ..: ,": I. Mm MAU QUIT

,.z .. What 11 "Perfect Lov."?.-The nation Is watching the f.rm..
I I" I Mrs A .L. Hall-gu of Cincinnati-Chicago and Minnesota for th>
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""" ':.r,, r"'OA8TsJ Chamber annul-r She has gone on -c.ril. .s having found It $In Maj. F. W.
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1 of Commerce Meeting Oat I '"-hand. Prnfq.r it l'itMbur.h I'nhcptity. ll.t.-ii"d to
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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 21, 19l1.
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r.;J' -- GA-TECU AND FLORIDA TO spend three days answering ques- REPORT OF SCHOOL FINANCES -,

: PLAY AT CENTENNIALThe tions required by the statutes In an
: BRADFORD COUNTY
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: ( Florida Centennial program effort to obtain admission to the FOR THE PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1921. \
beginning with the GeorgiaTechand state bar. This will be the largest :
'if. Florida University foot ball Th. following report of the Meelpta and dlabnraenMnta of to* fund of BRgDrO@
lemptatons 4w class of applicants to practice law COUNTY for th. period ending .JUD<-:Joth. Him with the balance and amount of ... :
game November 8, is one of especial that have ever registered for ex- tba laid Bradford County aa reported on thtSnth tiny of June 1P24 by the """ ?*
educational value, and will be attrac- ouutandlna- a .tatement of the aaaeta and liabilities and tile value of ..,bool ontZ,
"'. in amination, it is stated. Public Infraction and the Superintendent of Poblle Instruction ,la hereby publlabed ":.T1"
,. ." ------------ -- tive and entertaining every par- provision of Chapter 6813 of the Lawa of Florida, Aata of Kit. tt
ticular. Probably as mans' as three ERNEST AMOS Comptroller
the beaten track Notice of Appointment cf ManagersFor
WHICH HAS TO 1)0 ''''ITIIIAU: I with me, away from places. To thousand people will have active General ElectionAt General School Fund
the far-away
of
UIED MEN"Co :: in some, sunlit slope of part in the activities of the week. Depository balance January 1, 1024 _______..._____..______________. ..
", sit with you on a The historic floats its regular meeting Monday, Warranta outstanding January 1, 1024 ________.__........___....... -"''
have parades ,
continued he mused "to pa-
easy with Warren, Lake Garada or, ___ Jet<
Ellie, after a moment's contemplation you with me above Amalfi looking geants and balls will reveal Florida's October 6, 1921, the board of county Net deficit January 1, 102400---..-.--------.-.--..- ___n._ ,"7JJJ:
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"that's all 1 can tell you now," through the flower-decked colon- history in such a maner that every commissioners of Bradford county, RECEIPTS: FOR TUB BIZ MONTHS
5j> "\> significantly at the maid nades of some ancient convent at a one viewing them will be greatly Florida and From I
glancing with benefitted. These features alone will apointed managers Tax collector, tax. ........ _____________ ._____ 8,8nnY2 i
forth wander
.L, who was passing back and picture-village. Or we mlnght clerks for the several election precincts Comptroller, redemption ..___.___ ____u____. 11.66 '\
,' towels. Then she closed the door through acertaln bazzar In Stam- well be worth the cost of a visit during of Bradford county, for the Comptroller I'm I pond taxes ..___________.._.. .... .. 2HT't: OS
wonder what odor of musk- the entire program November Comptroller, on. mill tax _.-_--.._____.., ?...,...__....... 2,090.44 ,
,(li,, softly, leaving me to boul with its stuffy general election to be held Tuesday Comptroller intercut. Stat School Fun----------- 02176
'.k' she could possibly have meant by her roses. Dream with me, Adores." I 9-15. after the first Monday in November County; judo, bunting terns. .M ..._....... 10.00 '
wafted with the spell of Entertainment will be provided by Bank Loan ...... _?...____.__..___..-.._.,?...- ...... 8,075.00
I'.' words of warning. was away I 1924, the same being the 4th day of Th.... DMU Donation __------__.._.__-,.__...__-..__. 17.617.5
*" The hop at the Navy Yard was indeed the night/ and the canvasses he paint musical programs including an ope- I said month, and the clerk instructed'to 1,300"

.'". a brilliant affair, with the ed. "Together we could"-he was ra concert by Cecil Arden, of the I I publish names of said managers DISBURSEMENTS Mnklna- FOB deficit THE__"eY"MONTHS- .--------- 31.: ;i:
.1' officers' when a footstep fell behind Metropolitan Grand Opera, and by I II I
h' eparkla and glitter of the I paying I and clerks as required by laws, as I ISalarl.
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uniforms and the gentle frou-frou us. the faculty. of the School of Musicat I-'follows: .. of teacher. ._____._..________________._.__ 8,00950
of soft silks and laces, and over all "Too bad to break up your little I the State College for Women. The Precinct No. 1. Lawtey. Purchnws of School LoU ----___ ______.-...__.__-__ taO.Oo .I
: Scotch Repairs to bulldlntre _________._.__.________ ._ 14a.4"
Band has -- ----
the fragrance of a hundred, perfumes party," said a sarcastic voice, "but Royal Highlander's I R. A. Blanchard, J. T. Reddish Insurance ..__.. ,_-.-, ________.____..___.____..____ 18.80
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subtly alluring. This WItS the first even a wife dislikes being entirely been secured for the entire week. and H. C. Padgett, Managers and G. Trancportatlon of pupils ____________-._____.__ -----. 64tl,75
I Incidental for Schools l .________ .____...____.__ 299.4/1/
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and II -----
important event of the season! (I disregarded. I The patriotic parade on Armistice II. Pearce, Clerk. Note iMuvdor Borrowed Money _u___.... -.---- .. 3,075.00RECAPITULATION
there was that noticeable'newness (To be continued) day will be one of the big attractions II Precinct No. 2. Starke (North) 11.10..... .( AdmlnlitratlcaiSalary
,I about the women's gowns that is I I of the week. The children's costume G. H. Bennett, T. P. Wall and T. ot .up rInUnt nt __._ 100.00
AND:: FISH ASSOCIATION P.. diem and mlleaic of members of board _,*,__.__.____ IOG.80
t always pleasing. Because my frock CAME: parade on Monday November 10 will S. Williams, Managers and W. E. hrfntinaIntomk -
was imported, and both in color and TO MEET IN FEBRUARY include a unit showing Florida's 'i Davis, Clerk. .. .. .. .____. ..____________________u_____. 2.838.27 IU.,_

,4 model extreme, it was the topic of Thirty-two Counties of State will Be birds. I'I Precinct No. 3. Starke (South) Leaving deficit June 10. lt 24.NoU __--_____..--______--.______.____--_ II
conversation, and even the officers Represented at Meeting There will be three foot ball T. N. KendrIck, Edward Burns and >. and Bonds Outatandlnir June 30th 192400----- n I';'

with whom I danced had somethingto games during the week. Other athletic I F. G. Hollingsworth./ Managers andJ. Depaltory balance June 30th 1924 ____un_______.._____.____ __n -, ,
say about its unusual appearance. Kisslmmee,-Judge '1'. L, Comer, games including a golf tournament L. Peek, Clerk. RECAPITULATION
OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX
The red heels too, came in for their a member of the board ofovernors( will be featured. Street:: dances Precinct No. 4. Graham DISTRICT

share of admiration. I and a life member of the local organization and frolics will fill the idle hours of Chesley Fogg, H. D. Wasden and FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA

There are times in everyone's life, of the State Game and the. evening. Community singing bya Tommie Odom, Managers and W. T. JUNE 30th, 192.

I suppose, when they feel that they ( Fish Protective Association: Is home chorous of a thousand vocies will McEver, Clerk.

are the cynosure of all eyes on cer- again after attending the .r.nuulI be used whenever appropriate. Reli- Precinct No.5. Hampton

taro occasions. I felt that thin was convention at St.:: Petersburg, where gious services will reveal history of Walter Griffin, J. V. Jones and E. I Iof

':. my* hour and the feeling was distinctly I the judge and Mrs. M. P. Foster of the several churches of the City. B. Hutchinson Managers and C. E. e.

satisfying. To a man, sensationalism St. Cloud, represented Osccola county The Queen for the Territorial Harper, Clerk. '""

brings: embarrassment but | Costume Bull Friday night Novem- Precinct No. 6. Theressa I =

to feminine beings !it means little Through the efforts of Judge Comer ber 14 will be selected from among! II. D. May, J. S. Griner Jr. and W. 5 .5 ::: '
'
'. flutters of intense pleasure. Kissimmee will entertain a special the young ladies sent to the Centennial A. Jones, Managers and R. C. Hei- & Si a ,

.oj; "Voulez-vous promenade avec moi state convention during the j from the several counties. Each 'berger, Clerk. .5 :: 5, m ::
I a
co soir?" sang a voice In my ear month of February, at which time County having a float In the historic Precinct No. 7. New RiverD. :!: ti 5 to ;; :

;:' and looking up, I recognized Warren the legislature committee will pre- parade Friday will be entitled to a W. Kelley, C. M. Phillips andS. .if:I J s:; !"!... .ii.S ..".. -=
Fisher."A candidate for the The float C. Crews. Managers andV.. N. e
sent its statewide game and freshwater Queen. f 'E I ; r i!.
walk?" translating the little bill for the convention to seal, winning the prize will determine the Parker, Clerk. : ," .II. J so" y '

French song the boys hud sung so i cept or reject before it is finally selection of the Queen. The county Precinct :No.: 8. BrookerJ. !.. It .! '-"s.. '"j ': _;
much during the war. "I'd be thrilled finished for presentation to the 1925 with the most attractive and best II. Kelley, A. L. Green and E. 'I C A'1;! j ..n ;;

\ to death. Two orchestras are very session of the legislature. At this l I float, as judged by a competent com- M. Hazen Managers and A. B. Sur- e I! i .s a e a U .g 1z I
(
grand but it makes marathon dancers -, meeting in Kissimmee many of the mittee, will be recognized the winner rency, Clerk. i j j i i ::5 i

>c' out of us. and after n few hours]: state senators and representatives in the contest for the Queen for ]I II J. M. BROWNLEE, o o F o o.! u::;.! "

;. even as much as I love dancing, it's will be present.Thirtytwo' [the Territorial Call. All counties are ) Chairman of Board. 1 7.18 2:19.: lao.OO 4.15 ._'
i Rood to rest one's heels occasionally asked to enter this contest. For information Attest: 8 II S&6.t3 20&0.69 l0.00 1180.40 ,1'
w, ." I counties are members each write Centennial Executive : G. W. ALDERMAN, 4 IJ.8 18.n 1900,05 70,26 2380.00 teall.llt 1&.70 't1.

''Even it they are red and ador- of the state organization: and Committee, Tallahassee Florida. Clerk. 10-17-3t-10-3l II 101. a 110.00 a.uI/ 12.00 _
> 8 91,84
county is entitled to one delegatefor 2339.1 J3&.00 1317.0 2Jo.JJ
ably different?" he retorted as we I 7 149.0 103.23 lRS.OO I 'garP
each 20 members, and it is expected FLORIDA LOOKED ON:: I .
HOW 0.81 24.1/5 19.00 .
made our way through the brilliant I that a number of members AS'OREU LAND I I DOCTORS TREAT a 1 4.&a I I 26.071 I 100.00 13.00 90.3 lOR" .
. tt emblag "Shall I get your 10 173.40 12/1.00/ 120.80
will be in attendance I
Wrap ?" he inquired solicitously ask who are at the delegates meeting here. Earl Lup- Physicians and Lawyers Flock tit COLDS AND 11 Ja 1 18a.711 ta4.UO I 210.9l 10a.5S I 185.00 9.08// I __

we reached! the doorway. fer is, president and Stuart Greiner I the Sunshine State. !II THE FLU 13 20.2U 17.53 SO.OO .
"Please don't" I begged, stepping t4 103.88 2D.80'1 HO.U 82.0 .80 ."
of the local fish and game U \ &4.87 _._
secretary I I 230,971 I 50.00 I 13.20 I I
out to the porch. "I want to feel this association and preparations are already Tallahassee-That Florida is looked III II I 71.02 46.001 I I 139.02 I 6.2& I 8.001 I II I I : .
glorious night. Why, it's positively / upon by professional men as a I To break up a cold over night or to cut 17 I\ 1402& I I 43.351 I I easel I I I I"
gentle. Nowhere on earth do they under way to entertain the favored land is attested by the large :) short an attack of grippe, influenza or sore 1" .70 I 112.00 I I 247.77 I 1 27. lll 112.00', 'I _
'gathering at the February meeting. I throat, physicians and druggists are Dow I 1474.48 I 112.801 I 3uo.15I I 10315.001 I 4585.761 I 4425.501 I 112.S0 I 05.63 I 947J9: -,
I number of of
have such Indian summers an we do I I out town physician i recommending Calolabs, the nausealess
, right here In Florida. Just think," I TEXAS CATTLE BARRED I I and lawyers that are seeking the Calomel tablet, that is purified from dangerous OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND INTER
chatted on, "right at this moment BY FLORIDA RULING privilege of practicing in the state. i and sickening effects. Those who
+i' the theaters are turning out on Ninety-one applicants for almI.4-1 have tried it say that it acts like manic, by EST AND SINKING FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY

I Broadway And all the women's fur Tallahassee-Dr. J. V. Knapp, sion to practice medicine in : far more effective and certain than the old JUNE 30th, 1921
; coats are covered with snow-flakes." state veterinerain, made public a were approved by the state board of | style calomel, heretofore recommended by

.' "I don't want to think about special order adopted by the state medicine examiners here and began I physicians.One .. I I '

i\'i Broadway and snow, I want to livestock sanitary board, quarantining taking examinations which lasted I a swallow or two of warpr-thnt's Calotab at bed all. limo No salts with, .. I II I

'*?.. think about you and the Harvest against the foot and mouth disease two days. This number, most of no nausea nor the slightest interferencewith N tt I I If

'" moon out yonder," looking into my I in Texas. The order prohibits'II whom come from other states, rep puling, work or plcnsurrg. Next morn. f .-. s.: ;:. I i
1 eyes and then out toward the pier movement of any cattle, sheep, I resents one of the largest\ classes on I Ing your cold has vanished and your sys- I ; '
:;, that made a fairy pathway throughthe I goats or other runmants, horses, '' the records of the board. tem feds refreshed and purified. Calota'bs ; -5 % I aa

,.'., water. "Let's walk right straight : mules, swine, poultry or other live- | Following closely the medical xumirmtion are sold only in original scaled packages, i I -

into it," ho suggested\ and arm-In- 'stock from Texas into Florida. / will come that for lawyers price ten cents for the veil-rocket size; a li. r: .. qai Co "" :!
.
thirtv.fivc for ,, ';
;f' his I Movement of dressed carcases, before the supreme court next week. rents the guarantee ark- It' We :: I..
: age. Recommended and
tion. I hay and other forage for bedding also Beginning on Tuesday, a class of 70 driiHKi8t. Your back if by .s 5
money you are not 08
0
'j.. Boon faced n semi-dome of star light : are Included in the prohibited list. or more wnuld-bo barristers will delighted.-sdv. 3" J'5 '!", l _
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;.. and a bay that was changed into '1 i- --- --_._------ ink ;a j:
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frivolous"I feel moonbeams.to for Warren I 1-------- __ _ ___. __ ___ _.. __ __- =-_ -. _-=-_- -= == -----u-- Ci" f 1.1..". ,; :
sorry you I! Ii: I .!I ..e '
i I.* Fisher began talking Ji oS
f "Why ?" atw I i 11 oS +I'j' i. "g .
z .: 08 6 08 08 : _
\ "Because you can never see >'our-I -
J tt: self right as you are this very minute I /- 26 i!3' 10338.80 404,1.88, 7.SS 800410.00 110110.00 I 160"845.80. 810.00 810.00 30000.UO 11000.00 I 7.8.1 1 j

r, ," ho replied. "You have no right 14379.4& 7.113 I I11)V0,00!l6/1'.Itl 1I l li0.oo I l O O-I-7-6'f 1 =
X to bo so enchanting. I've watched j :..

kr you all evening," ho avowed, "the ASSETS AND LIABILITIES

f; proud turn of your slender "ihnulF I i '
:'IW.
!
..
;. tiers, your fresh, unspoiled, enthusi- --. ->-....-..... Il II Assets '
fe asm. There's a sort of vere about
;
?i' you that makes you stand out I like a General School Fund

J' vivid flower in of r I Balance! eaih In drpMltory _
tropical a room
* pallid roses" Ho caught up my hand i a i nc<,u.", t ,i T", ________ -_n U. ._ ___u_ _"___Un ._ :::;;:;::_ 3.874.05 1.780.83

but I disengaged it. ,
Special: Tax Districts
"Please. don't," I began, and my I 1)4
i7. t Ral nt. cash In depository _____ .u. ... .nh.__. __ 2,074.JII
voice n
sounded ---
weary. Uncollected taxes __ ..
t ------------ 2,1I11.4S
"I know. It sounds. platitudinous, llalunte Cash in Bon '; but after all, there are no new wnvs I tt I''ncollmled UXM InUrMt and Sinking Fund __________II-IIIIII"! a56.U6

'.., to express our real impulses and emo Total .. .- eo _.__un._____. .. ________________0000_ a6.227.01
'; tions. It will probably be Impnflxible I Liabilities

;c for me to convince you of the impression -
t General School Fund
you have made on me but

" .... now that I have whisked you away .. _I Bonds outstanding., .........__..___..__....... _____ _._ 3'
"" 11. Nowa Oulauindin ______ h __ __._ "II HIT" .____. -
7 from that throng of clamoring suitors "".

I can at least compel you to listen I Special Tax District Funds

." I The Logical Choice Bonds outstanding .. .. ...._--_________--____,.____________ __._____ /1.mr'Total
"I must tell you that I think you I
are the most captivating crenture -- -- -. ----.__._________........_ ___h________ 88.1'i
,
, I've ever seen and I've traveled they I, VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY

world over. Your little slender |I oft the Careful Buyer General

wrists, like chiseled marble mind-I I School houses and lots ...---------.__.... ____...._ ___
quick repartee, your bright; The Ford delivers useful care-free School furnltur. _n__________._ _.____n_"HH____._____nn.. ____ __ 87.8I1D.00
, like tinder. Oh," he sighed, "you're ; car more School appamtu.- __ ___________________hU_ h 11.785.00
f" altogether lovely( and everything ) The Touring Car economical service per dollar invested than Other School Hropcrty Library _____00____00____ u. u______'IIIIIII 2.275.00 2.4411.00

that's desirable. Then raising my I $ 2 9 5 any other car. Its sturdy, rigid construction Total __._._u_____________ _u_ ________ n. (4.130.00

hand very tenderly, ho turned it over : is striking evidence of enduring materials

,.... and quite folded deliberately fingers, kissed together."Speaking / ltd palm > R.wabow5 tit Every minute operation is scientifically tested YOUTH WILL GO ON I I
my D.m and checked.
accurately
of gifts, Mr. Fisher, .ml s,._. 94S mm PCUREO

'(. J I responded drawing away my decided hand" { Coup* . Control of natural resources and complete Carrabelle-Ferris Todd, 17 years WITHOUT
you yourself! have a very T*Jar Sedan UlS of age, will face preliminary hear- SURCCRFistula
manufacture in large volume have made -
i
\ one It is more commonly known at rorrfor J.dssee5 possible
All ,ricu /. a.YAM b. -- ing here for the alleged murder of
the-er-gift: of gab! I value that is the one standard by which

-N- "See there you're delicious," he ran bas':i?_.,nd.l_bynM __ every motor car must necessarily be judged Lee Brogdon. of BirmIngham Ala., I lad Other facial Disease)
r1) exclaimed. Then we both laughed.It -h M 1."UU"..... ..." whose decomposed body was found Banaarfony Treated br th.
.........
was nice to have him say beAuti- c for A fe9 the .*. >A. FeM OryoM The Ford car is the I logical: and necessary In the Ocklocknee river near McIntyre I AMBULANT METHOD

ful things to me and I compared him 75.\V.:ll,.:.PurcfcmM d ..PU : choice of the buyer who wants to get late Sunday afternoon. tam fcoipltal. no operation, no aboDec
with Curtis Wright,' whose compliments According to the Wakulla county I hom*, no taa of time, no Inurfernc -
:: : the from dollar. with
= .batkp4.a.twd.t.'a utmost every motoring social naaamurata.
<
had a pretty turn but were always sheriff Todd pleaded guilty, to the I Send for my Fred Booklet'Curing
impersonal murder of Brogdon at the coronrrV Pike and Other Ktrt .'

I wondered what he was doing! and Inquest, claiming at the same time Dittattt"-It explains everything -

became very angry with myself forgiving that he shot Brogdon in self de-1 1

him a thought. There wn a "r DaYoI5 fense. Todd told officers, according Dr. Ceo. L. Dickersori

. spirit of what the Italians call to the sheriff, that he and Bropdon RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALIST

"dolce far nlente,-a sweet nothingness were crossing-! the Ocklocknee river USH Male St. Opp..lt.ln s'
IBS THE MBAMXaT AtTTHOIItXKD bridge Oct. 5 when 8.5.54 rieor Brrn atae.
In the night and still withinmy a dispute arose mess490 .
WORD DBALBB < JACXSONVIU.E.r FLA.VIR
heart, a sense of restlessness.My THX UNIVIIUAl. c.ua which resulted in the shooting. He

companion's voice, low and musical i said he then buried the body in the I U'' 'I ? 1I 11Liv.Imo
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river. Brogdon's body was to be ;
broke in upon me. _-- -- -- \ ;I ooIi shipped
"How I would love to have you to his Birmingham home. .
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 192.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKB. ..:ORlDA
PACK THRKal

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Catarrhs Deafness this morning.(. The great ship was ,

,, ) ,'Onellt" .. .In : Km and the hum of her en. .
I* "ft n tnuMj fcy i > IiiZUue.i ,
New of Florida in Short Paragraphs Hn ". olhe I.'. .
ef t"* irucous tauinwsTub mebri'iicht hundreds to the ,

.0. ...S .--...- .... &... _-,. .. .... ... .-. .. hays* i When rur-Min shia t nuaml.',," i" o In'am4K1" ImportedlUarlnc. you :reitLthts. ;: ftum her gondolas [ eh\U.U1.e

Unl_ the lnft mm Uon c.a i ib. could be seen distinstt.\ :. i
I rwiucMl. your. hearing may b. ; Live State ,
L Nej J I t15Vi.i/Sr
i do wh:t w aamt for It-rM your system ]lost in the dark In a very few minI -
of C t rrl> or DMfneu cmusoi bs i ;
I (ute.
Told by Our Exchange Cso5Ttor! all drumrlsta fir ever 445 T-rsI\ I :)
F. J.bb. n.7 Co.. Tol.(Jv>. Ohio. I The trans-Atlantic flier did not

.'D' 'D'.'" .u ."'_.. ..... _D" '" I signal to the navy yard station as
u ward off the assailant. "The only she passed over the city the radio I '

Humes, City-Members of the acted upon by the state legislaturewhen part I had in the affair," she tOld the officer reported. The station called

flair.City Woman's Club Wednesday it convenes. The decision to recommend I solicitor "wes in an attempt to save 1 the airships radio number but gut ASPInINSAY

U'oded upon a site for the future a law requiring dentiststo the man I love. I risked:! my life to :no response. The first indication that :

erection of their clubhouse after obtain a new license each year I save his. The shooting took place in the hip had made in from the sell

thy had gone in a motorcade to was made after considerable debatein the bedroom after a quarrel betweenMr. was the hunt of her motors.

insp t the six lots which had been which it was stated that such a Caskill and the negro. The negro Naval officers\ said they had no

offei' J them by local men. j I law would curb the activities of un- followed him into the room and idea of the route she would take to

II] licensed dentists who have licenses seized a revolver that lay on the I Lakehurst. since she did pot reply to( "BAYER
B .d'ntown-Ja. Clauaey, 54 one ASPIRIN"and INSIST!
i but are not permanent residents of dres er." their questions.The .
of f ur men who were injured when ,
the state. ship as it passed over Boston

their automobile plunged into an un- St. Petersburg-Whether or not was flying low, probably less than Unless you see (lie "B.iwr, Cross": on tablets; arc .

guat. I ed hole in the pavement of the Miami Closing arguments were the advertising club here will op- ,: 1.000 feet up. Her red and white not Retting the you '

lnc>- iplvted section of Bayshore being made in the case against pose billboards along the highways lights were clearly distinguishableand genuine n.t) a Aspirin ;proved safe

roa.: .n Hillsborouifh county ten day, ; Julian Brain charged with the killing of the county will be decided after u j the lights of the city glinted off t-t1fl1jIl'_ .uul prescribed: by physicians 24 for

ago .Led i at a I local hospital. The of Raymond Lee at a road house debate that is to be arranged on the '' her steel colored sides.I years

othi men are recovering. I near here in October 1923. Brain subject. The club discussed the billboard I I I About a half hour after she passed -

Q! i 'Q'-J. H. Hanigan for years claims the shot was tired accidentally question Wednesday and it1 i' this city the local navy yard raI Colds Headache

nK .'''&' on the local freight train I as Lee was trying to get a shotgun was suggested by E. M. Elliott that'I|I Ito officials said that tho airship

bet t'. n Tallahassee and River Junc- away from him, while witnesses there be a full and free debate on''' was talking with the station of thoKadio "I.iin Neuralgia

tioi ,dud in Quincy at 11 o'clock Fri- I for the prosecution allege the firing the subject. This plan was adoptedand I Corporation at Chnthnm. The I.UnV
was done from a distance of 15 feetor be lctt..i. withno in German ,'" "

AH t'.u am known he hud not compla more. Efforts of both the state newspaper or advertising man on I for transmission to Germany. .____ TIKtlElcheC Lumbago.

and the defense to break down the either side to present the argument I I!I -
MI d! of feeling bad and the end
conflicting evidence of witnesses. for and against the billboards. It1 I Airdome Lakt-hurst N. J.-The NI.'lIritis Rheumatism
\vithout
cam. warning. 'I 3jt
have giant Zeppelin ZK-3 reposed in her
proved unsuccessful. Mrs. was the general sense of the speakers [

I I', n-ucola Apparently attacked I I Brain wife of the defendant, was in I at the meeting that billboard. berth at the naval air station air-

wit h i'l1ll1liS i ; while swimming the the road house at the time of the are not objectionable if they are >- Accept only. n.i\er" rt'kt"bleh: : contains proven directions.

fh .itulioochee river in pursuit of shooting. properly constructed and are orna I tiny. Handy "lIa 'rr" !It.st." of I 13 litbluUU bottles of \24 and IOO--Dr"ItIt''

tw u-t aping convicts, E. W. William mental. Some of the club members I| her Immediately that she snubbed fast Aiplrln l I. the trtil, n..rk of I'.""* MinufMtnr* of M.mo i>*.irMMIi. .r of II.P.II..I.I'
Jackson convict Tampa-A twenty-four hour shift all billboards and navigating officers anti crow dlw-
county super- want to wopo out _
; mi, ".mlent was drowned near Mer- of workmen i is feverishly pilling would bar them from the highways !| embarked. Oillcers climbed into h.-r mm._ ____, 1 1I

nt ln-idge'" about six miles east of sandbags against the dam of the 1, entirely. After the debate 1 is held the i hull and cabin with mechanics begin are oxtahlinliini u big' ranch alunt' I llulldln. ,.".

:Muna.. The body was recovered Tampa Electric Company on the I I IHillsborough club will decide how far it will go in an inspection of the gas bug's I the lines of the famed Texas cattle IUI' flr|>>
river eight miles northof I diiralumlnum structure and inotoris.lr. Krr.lpl> Ilurlnir Month ___...........
I it it 11 feet from the eastern bank opposing billboards. | ranches and it is surprising how fen W.rri>.... ..*...., tlurtntf. month .._...
"I't t the stream. Tampa, to stem a rising tide that I Hugo Eckncr commander of Hal (tot. I I. 1554..5
threatens to break the dam and flood I Clearwater Seventy gallon. of the airship and president of the Zeppelin -I people know of It, Mr. Jennings llul.tan H.a land.

I"n'k* ,nville Construction" of a the valley below. The city has ordered I moonshine were poured on the floor Company jubilantly declaredas ) mil. 'l'Ii,> Florida range is bettor tor1'IIIIIInll" I IUI H'l>t. I -. __ .._-._--. .__..1.11111
Rmilpt, ilurlnu month _. .
:4IJ! -,..mid,,, hotel will begin at Pablo policemen to patrol the river and 'of the office of the county sheriff his feet touched the concrete t'nltlt. than thu Texas landi Wnrmni ,......, iiurlnn month ...._ JlJ* t*

Mi a, li next week according to an an- warn residents that break is not un here. The story told by Deputy floor of the airdrome: unit HTHZ/.IIIK lands of other Weston IUI (lOS I I. 1491---------- 1551.55
as ho addod, Vla...* l*.nM.n rand
states
because of its almost
1 Im]. imement made by Charles H. likely. The high water requiredthe "Gentlemen, a new world's record ,
who the
Melton
Tinney, keeps' records IUI s"pt i .. ... nao.1
.1.). ,nii-un of Jacksonville, who will dynamiting of flood gates but for the sheriff, that u catchon -5,00d' miles of continuous flight." car-roiind crop fur the food Hi.....ltiU Jtirlnn month .. .--. 4J.41
nuance" the project and be the pre- county and city engineers fear that seeking cattle. Wnrriint 'lMii.>tl tlurlns. numth ... Art.Ad'
window on the east side of the 1
a
Hal 0.1. I. 11114. .. .
I.nki'hurst N. J.-Tho cabin cf The Journal the middle! of the u. 514.tiflidu.Il.sI
wired stockholder. The hotel will be the pressure may be too great for was left unfastened. There was no Veal

!'i.att-'d' two( and one-half blocks the dam to hold. Twenty-four feet of trouble in opening the window, tho ZK-3 came lightly to rest upon week announred 1 the subof almost .1) rVt l. I ... .. 11\:
norti. of the pier. It will be two water is piled behind the the earth at Liikvhurst field at 9:35: : an entire Island in Clay county '(*... |..* Purlntf' Month .-_.__._.....
up pictureand though it is ten feet above the which Warrant ......| iturlntr month ..._..
stories" high of tile and stucco and the river below is already on the I ground. When the office was openedit a. m. today. developed culls for the expenditure Hal 'Jel. I. IUJ4 I." 'I
will have fifty-one rooms. point of overflowing. She completed her journey front of over om million I I ulollii ta. I Ontolwr. I. lu14.
was flooded with shine. None of Frledrii'hshiifon! I llradfnril Count
Germany a distance
broken and I sue. of FloHila.
the numerous jugs
were JU.auI
Tampa-Having been advised by Tallahassee-The board of commissioners estimated at .OUl( ) mIles in 81 I I II.... radio that the tropical hurricane is 1 of there is enough evidence left in the hours nnd 43 minutes. I THE: TFI.EfSHAril: I j af tli. rvAMlltt" *oil ..ilmburavmvnl' ur Ilia
state institutions will bottom is l said 1 fund if Hni'lford. County ...
One bootlegger to for tho month
headed for Tampa, city officials or- open bids here for the semi-annual She made n beautiful landing, appearing FOR ALL LOCAL IIAI'PENINGS: H.,.,,,,....,. Ilia4., I I. true aol mirrai'l, u the
dered all schools closed andI I have had his mime on eight live-gal! I brat at kn..I..' anil
public purchase of over the northern edgo of m tallnf
dry goods shoes and
no- Ion All labels ttl"'JoHINTKNIIKi'oT'.i'oH" : f' I
I demijohns. were removed !- II. W. AUUCKMAN.CSItAt.l .
warned citizens to take precaution. thin naval air station at I) HI I
: u. m.She
tions for the state hospital boys Clerk Clranlt, Can.Hraiirorrl .
Special warnings have been issued''land girls industrial schools and it may be dilTiclut to con- drove straight over the airdrometo l'OI".t_ .u.ln', .;;;;;;; n a''a. .........nt ('..urt&p.U .
j and state vict the bootleggers on the evidence of .ounlv .rHnnl fund far ttui tnnnth off c. A. KNioirrItaouu. .
to all gulf shipping along the west j I prison farm. A large number of the far edge of the field l, where Si'liU'mlHT. 1U.4 I CJ-I.
left. The sheriff's office scrubbed
have been was she headed C. .ral, Krhaol _.
coast, and storm warnings i houses around and sklrto.l the n Pun ---- ---- --- -
[wholesale will be represented with the liquor on the floor and Mr. I;, fI.1 l Hi-t. I II'.M- IH7tf.Ul I ICrl'Dlir C>r TIIK fOMHTIlIN OK TIIK
Cedar for
from to Punta station
hoisted Keys lat( the meeting of the board which it is cleaner than It n quarter of its 11 mini-1 1t..I.l ritirlntt' numtlt "1117 AH I IWMrrnnu l.nwlry Hlati* Hank' al, l.awtrv In th* .ti i.t
Gorda. Several! small craft and a few will take the greater of the Tinney says ft'renl't., before nosing( downwnr I into I.......! ilurlnu ininith Htf'l.nollnl : if I 1'1..1.1. at thi> uli m of. lnulnM. ')rlI.rI .
up pnrt
ever was before. Moonshiners are lcl. I. IIPU4. __.I004.HSHMtrlrl I II.UH
larger vessels pulled into harbor for day. Orders t the breeze and coming i to a top -
I placed as a result of the though arrests have I 1'10. I i l I safety. semi-annual opening of bids for the suspected no I hrfnro. ( the airdrome. lint St.pl I. \124 lOs H4IfiirplplH I "am on Krai /H.IW.. Ill, unI >
--- been mode. She ,Iurl plum month ISO I..i.ni on Collalffral Niwurlly, Utl "
looked like -
Melbourne Edna Barber 9 I i I state institutions mount into the II silvpr-gh!i l.il I Warrant I........ ilurlna miinlh ...-. AD.HI ,, than Ki-al tI:>t..I. '.411 .0
years bull on II KliriitmuH tiue who llnl Ml. I. IIU4. II ... ,
: thousands of dollars. It will not be n* settled
old was killed last Friday while j| 2K-3 TRAVELS 5.000111.1':8: liMtrlrl N.. I I llvrnlraft lull I
downward. She I -
playing in the street near her home. j i I necessary to buy shoes for the .state IN 81 IIOUHS. I 13; MINUTES: ciirno so slowly I n.l 8.|... I 1. IUJ4 _--.. K70IIttoceliiUi Hnllfil. HtatiM Hnnil I0..1nl:\"> "">
farm this time however as shoe ( Unit she looked like an inanimate ohjuit |I ilurlnff month ---. .-- ..... $551'.. I'ouiity ami Munlolii.l, flunk. M-i "'"
She stepped in a pool of water in a i I MjHpenilcd l bv I InvUiblo Wurrnntu I.......' .illlrlnv,, nuintli -. I 55.75Ih.rIrntt "I'liiiilnic l I. llniu.. $'urnlt".. *t.d Klitunw .
[which lay a live wire, blown down I I factory has been Installed during "New York-Out of the northeast1ern 'I snnu o.1.I. 1124 . IS.lt 9.07 tOtlwr
I the past year at the prison farm. I sky came to New York such a' fun--. I fit irlvi !'I". 1 n.*l Nude 1.114 I IIII.
by the storm. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. lid "".1.1. 1. I 1\024.\ 810." ... from lnourtioral.il Hank MJ.I'l'l I '
flnrhnr th.. nnran ta. .nm" .ham.. r0_ vision Much as struck terror into tho !<u ilurlnv month ".It I'lalmi .ainl sillier ...."..,... 4'J .11
-' I Jacksonville The town of hearts combatants Urna I\\III-MIMI., imiifil, .hi I 1 wit It.nu a
: : i-Is Marietta of in war \*- : STATE r nii innnili 1Ia8 ; : l>
teently from Orlando. a sign SCHOOLSIN hal <)rt I 1. IIIH l 8aa." (' all III, : Twnil 1.77 1 uiI
tpainter. The little girl was taken to lying seven miles west from German dirigible of mom.tr'llIl1IIlze '''.'rI.. N.. S I I1,1 I II. I ._ 0 .
I the center of Jacksonville, along the her silvery sides gloaming in I / I H..pt. I. 11124 10'.110' I I| Tiilal o.lt4 IIC
rlando for burial. Mr. and Mrs.
[ national 11".1 lila| iliirln. month .-- LOS 1 'l.lillltl.4- -
highway Lake the uncertain of the -
or City roud light early morning
Barber will Unrrnntn Ixiuifil d.I. ,, nmnlh IH.TI
return to Melbourne the BEST SHAPE Capital HUnk. I'sW 'In .11.0110) 'miHurplu.
ffnd of this weEk.TallahasseeThe. I and 500 acres in that section changed : llnl, llrl I 1. II'J4. .-. '..111 l I ruml I,56u ",ia
hands for a cash sum approxi- There was the same drone of the I I llUtrlct' N.. I UniTlvuM l'r<' i.I.( I f.e.c ii..niei
hal !to.t aiD 10
I. lIOU -- ami 'Vit.s'a "I'.lill .... .. 74 'III
[ state prison department mating $100,000.() J. O. Permenter, motors, :rlung In queer little torpedo- l.c.l| ilurlnu. mnnlh -- ._. IIS4.XTUnrrnnui ..lIr"I.,1 O.IHMII. milijMt la Clack. '*.>7i i lii:
former local wholesale feed OF ALL Imuiil ilurlna. month .-_ 4B7.7S Hnvln 'Hinall 1.040
affairs beneath the after
was preparing requisition man and shaped part '
j I;' 'llnl Oi-l I. 1024. .118 nm, U.rlllleal ..r iij'I''I l ; ; : 15,1411: Ill'
papers for William Salter, an escaped Jacksonville associates. were the of the hull and the same easy motion HISTORYj IX.Itlcl ft' *. t I whlur'i' Chh' OuUUindliiic nil "I
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convict from this state, who has |I I' purchasers from J. S. Luning. state like nothing else except the .Hal IbwelpU. Hrnt diirlna I I. IIIM4 month._ _... "!'00.!'!! Hill! r ,all. 1,01511. SI)

been recaptured: will be sent to Secretary treasurer, in hi capacity as receiver gliding: progress of a fish, throu"h Enrollment!: of Staie Universi- 'Vi-rin i ** ,l4dn. .il ilurtnic, ni"n- Tol.l .. --- Naull "I.lulu
of State in Tampico Mexico. for holLjngs< of the defunct Florida still water. All that was lackmjof'wnIJ I |ll I h., I 1. I H.-4 ._ 130..M ,. ...' Il.irl.l4' -o iv- -'1.11.1'i, :
Life tv Totals 1.400 Students I' liiilrlcl N.. Snet. I, A. U. 'Uflui. Oailmr; of (llm a''..... namntl,,
The papers will be sent to Secretary | Insurance Company. The deal the booming crash of the falling .l. $m.t 1. 1 lout---------1 _. 108.10 flank do Mfomnlf uweer that th. ah"v etSIo-
-of.State Hughes at Washington, wnoif i I was handled through the realty of- bombs. and the cracking of the anti- _-- I i KMflpI- .liirlnu. month .. 4.09 mint I. true t*, thr wal of m. knowl..luii cud
Tallahassee \\ ... iMiiml. dtirlnir mnnth i
fices kla.Florida stuto' kll.f" .
he indorses them, will make requisition of Sewell and Ncwlln, 316 Dyal- craft defense guns. I IlKl. IJpl I. 1 i)54--------------- IM.II A. ... TAVI-OII. faahlor....
on Mexico for Salter's return, Upchurch building, who swung the But this wan no hostile craft; it Institutions) of higher learning began j' .....rld N.. COJUtECT-A'r"II" ,
half the jireBcnt school under the ny'r.rt' 8.l>t I. $IM4. _. K. N. Tiull))
after which an agent will be sent million dollar Pottsburg buy of was so prosaic a thing an the delivery yea lI..r..hl. durlnir m..nlh ._.. !11)55 1 A. A. S Mil IIB.
from Tallahassee to Mexico for him. Jack Kerns and associates the middle by Germany of part of thu war most auspicious circumstances of f Wurrnnli |..u..<| ilurlnu month 7.no .,. I. MAN'IIBWSUlraotora.
.' of the their history, according to reports liii. Clot. I. 11114------------------ I.'. .
week.
Courts
have settlement due the United States as ; : ti.-
approved ln.irlrl Ne. .. ,...
: r S..I end acorn lo bufor I Shle
.Orlando The much discussed the sale.* one of the victorious nations in the niiido by tho bends, of the rexpuctt/u n.1. .$.pl. I. IIIU .-. ....,. 14IN J-r "' 'U"">"' '
question of whether or not Florida st'hinils at thu regular monthly "''' liicrinu' ilurlnif, muntn -_-..- .rI "Ybt/IH/ H HIM.NuUrr ..
great war. A delivery, however which Wurrnne. |1..0.,1| <...rlnll month __ ._- 'Jj;.00Mol. .'...10110.I .
will stage another exposition this JacksonvilleJoseph B. Ilurwitz was rendered romantic by the very inir of the board of control, litlil 01.1 001 I I. IHU4' -- $181.t111 ,
season in Madison Square Garden, 30, president of the Tropical Root St. Auu-ustino. litalrffll Na. II I' -
circumstances of
New York, has been brought from Products Company, and Elton C. Its inception and l Ilr. A. A. Murphroc, prtisldt-nt of :I II.,. tI.'pt. I. ISiS---------------- 'Oa.11 I ...... .U..rl. of honil irusUM" ,il the bun "'
execution.So Ifoeplfit* .ilurlnif month .u ._-- .. 1'0' $Urk. Horlila. will I 'ntvlo I WiU" on the" Illh.l.f
the realm of generalization to one of I Ferreria. superintendent. were seri- arrived the ZK-3 Goliath of the University of Klorldit, rrporti-rl Warrant. .IMIIM! during. mnnth ... ... '....0 nf I N. .in.lH.r. A, II IU.I4.: at J .1141 n rn.
definite action as result of ously burned when enrollment of t Hal. tic!. I. 11124 . ." ..113I for aiist4inet.ly' l M.UIMI iiallona of fuel oil
a a meet- an asphalt vat an moro than \ I"
1,100 :
In the air fashioned In the famous Zep- ( '".trl.l N. II :M l::.rr..l. :of librIeIflit oil for s.ml.ilIe.eIenlSme I
lnghere of Floridians interested in the plant of the company, at 809 pplm works at Friedrlch'Oiafen Germany students, Mr. Diamond said, whilo Pal H.pt. I I. 11,21. --. .- .'11.110 ...... I" So *Plin. *|l for K. in ;such an exposition. The little East Bay street, exploded. Both live Dr. Edward Conradi president { l In Fernandina and destined to take her place ; Warrant IMIIIM. ilnrlnic. month III.DI! Stark.. lll.l.l.:; .,ra l,, furntah.; cli l( nMM I Iniforinallon -
group representing two score or and were stopping at alongside the Shenandoah as of tho State College for Women, sail Hal. Ut. I. ''j4frtrt 12..81 I r.* rUln" oil on whish bid J.I.mail. .
taora counties, definitely decided to the Hotel Albert while here looking one the enrollment at his school was IIH.ri. I- N.. IIa.i 'h. ll,,.r.l' nmrvM the' rIght to .
the main units. in the air forces of ....pl. I. IH24 U' 2110I last snl' .11 bl.h.
soy
stage the exposition in Madison over their interests. The two men the American The Florida school for the lenf lOusipla. during month .... .. I." t. t. QIJ1I1L&Y.I .
'Square Garden, February 19 to 20 were standing near the vat which navy. and the blind at St. Autfustln! han in Warant I...... Crowds hurrying to work haltedin I .
was. Hal, O.t I. '11141. / I c. A. : ,
of next yearMlrniThe only recently installed and was in attendance, of 251 and the A. and M. '...rtrt N. |4ni. lSi.lG.8i-I1- Clerk.I4Oll .
.. the streets and I looked!
J**" being put Into operation for the first groups school far bested hero 8.pt. ,. Ha .._ u. .. -. .. SIN ?! I Ii __ _
negroes, reported -
body of an unidenti- time to "cook" the upward as the giant Zeppelin, escorted Hi..*"h't. ilurlni m-inth ..--- ." 055 ( TO IiIliiJII4d' '
fledfman was found in Hoyal I'ark asphalt used in by two airplanes, sailed majestically 2"ift. l Warr.nl loiwl ilurlnir month .. I 'r.... town .un.1I of the. town of I...,....
manufacturing the roofing The n.l. Mt. I I. IU'-4 . 18..1. .. .
herewith material. heavy enrollment at the University ,Plorlila, will r. .I.l bile lo 7Ml: p. m.
a revolver lying in a pool Excessive heat Ignited the over their heads. I "''.'rln Na.I/ ,,n Ii.. llth I .lilly! of No...mB.'. A. I). I1M4.nTo'xr .
of, blood nearby to indicate that he '' from the fumes The Zeppelin passed! swiftly over and at the State ''ollpjfihas lie,. S>pt. I. 1024. ::} I I Sf11. at .hal .b. p.IoI"'I"p.
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'I' vat causing the explosion, resulted In crowded class rooms. in I I ft.eeIptm. diirtnn month .ai'S ._'. IcS / ,,:;. with lieellomp
had taken his own life. All of Brooklyn. Hats were tossed into the I ilurlnif. month _. I II'
marks firemen reported. Mr. Warrant' lutinl J "OIII and -.... fult "' ( 01141cr. ..
Ilurwitz ;
was many departments the reports, fJvrr.lr.ft ( I. l IIIU .... 11.11'! ; 1"p.I. ....
lei
identification had been removed from burned all air and general bedlam broke looseas --- ,nl.h elI, n"_. un
over: the body and Mr. dicated. tn-I I' ,lI.a-s N.' II tru/li bid ..n. lll.l. mimi InlwI.. bulb ceeSpIle.
bUfelothing but a note found in one Ferreria suffered severe burns about the delighted spectators pained n.l. Sept I. 1924---------------- ...... I Tfor (....h and atao. seek .n.1 amount. al-"
of ibis l pockets requested that he "be the face and hands. the gliud tidings along. II JACKSONVILLE; :'' : FIICM IUJMJI "....Ip.. ilurln.. mintS -----------5.P' ) iowd. ,.n ....1..1.. for traot..,. T... board raU -
Warrant, I.*'.. l ,ilurlna: .. ,. r.ht, I., ..,." any, anti all bela.C .
sent!to some little rest where The great craft passed the tip of pets-
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spot | TKACT IN CItY COUNTY I I 14.1 Oet I. 1524-----------------: V. IIOUVIeR.
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csnjhave six feet of clay" and that Tampa-Miss Lee Douglas, office Manhattan Island next proceeded '10 STAKT CATTI.K UANCII:. : l>l.....' N.. IT 01".1 lh.I: ,Fin.,. ...fl Tuw" ..n.U.
4 n.l "HVpt I. 1924 .. ,....._._. Vll'rCII.
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I 1 am tired of righting a losing bat- I nurse for a Tampa dentist admitted) directly over the center of the city. 1 l<....rlita ilurlna-. mnnth u 11.11 I ..0.I.lIt.I1.7 l Clerk ..f TownC'"un.ll.-
tla, every day." The man was appar- to the county solicitor that she was Harbor craft greeted the Zeppelin The announcement of the swonj Warrant l*.u.il, ilurlntt month .-. .__ I.fl -
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entlrlabout 23 years old. Police are present Sunday night at the murder I with shrill blasta and factory whistles but deal to Ui closed in Clay county, ;:.Hal,. 0.1 I. 1 l24.IH.tr1 1'1.. -II 25..111 BLOODSHOT EYES

making a thorough investigation of of W. W. McCasklll merchant tailor, dinned. their greeting.The adjoining this county within the last Ral Biit i. 1 1114 .. .. ____. .11 IT.III' 1)2Jb'm.lnta Are currd without pain In one dy bf

_he'cue. who was slain on his farm seven shining brilliance of ZR-3: was week was made today.It I Warrant diirlnK.**....1 ilurlnr m .nlh. m"n- 'h In fill LnMUircli'i" (.'.loIen lye; Lotion. Ninthrr
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.<***& miles west of here. She told the soli blurred by a morning mist which is the purchase by the Jennings 1351.' 0.1. I. 192. 2.32 i eye rtnu'ily in the world ai'mimic

'"inA I.....,..... I. 924. I < healing and itreng thrninjf for

willlba required to obtain a new name of Will Fleming fired the four of persons who hall gone to which S. O. Jennings, of Jacksonville COUNTY Of BHAI>rOKD. urnk tyn. ImM on having "Leun
Jiee1llle\ to practice dentistry each shots that killed l\fcCa the .h..r.l>. *.rtlf, that II.. Vw.eI. .51 .,nli,',." It RukO strong ey s. A|
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I klll. She was roofs of high buildings were able is president, of 1320( acres of ..:n. ar IN. r- .lpt* and .5f.hr..e'. :i .4l IruIC16tt!
I year If the recommendations contained wounded in both hands, during the clearly to see the craft. land from the Sweat Lumber Com th* ..hool fun<(. of "'."'0'. Course lot In. '
'Jin resolutions adopted by the shooting, in an effort she The Zeppelin reached New York pany. month of IUl.t! nWr. !"'1I I. tru.. slid .'orrmetI. -2IJrAUOAIC'rUIt: : TAUUI-
says to .
Florida State Dental .. '". ""'C ., -' """w'.... Oft" 5.11.1
Society during ,79 hours and 15 minutes after leavIng The tract sold lie about In If II "WGjpfll. I Ic. (In ulTict' May 11 1021)
its, forty-first annual convention, are GAIN WEIGHT Friedrlchshafen. The speed of renter of Clay county near \ ...., B..D. tat.s
7 X TONIC If underweight us. Leviathan of the air for the entire burif. No enact: purchase price th8// *ANUA', O1AIKW"P or" nWNTr' -
: LEOr/ARDI'S I reaches SUrkt at UJ9 p. as-
ELIXIR trip PU TI 0 .
POR was twice that of the swiftest announced hut It was known to M..hl R..I.I ...._..c St ir4fId
THE I
Orova'a Tasteless cblll: Tonic restore BLOOD. This tonic increases ocean liner plying the Atlantic been a healthy ft(cure. I for th.*. month ..f .">pt..mh... 1924 No. 3, 11:02: a. ra.
Energy,.and Vitality by Purifying I and the appetite, builds up the blood. in. Ocean. I It was not bought for immediate I ..."*,., Veal No. 21, Cedar Key, 8:00 p. ...
creases the .... ..
of
supply F.I I
Enriching: the Blood. When you feel Its needed red cells. It provides the much. Leaving the German Zeppelin station rcxalp, Sir.I ..Il'nninlaid.. The plans fCM>.I1>'." Durlnir month -- '4i.l. No. 16, Llmltod, !1:18: p. m-

stren tbcaln& Invigorating effect, see bow that makes the blood nnr.tsnment rich Sunday morning at 6:35 o'clock of !Mr. Jennings associates it to .stock | 11.1 W....01... lau I. 92'<-il, ilurlnamonth. .. I 1.2nn.aim -IH T j NorthboundNo. -

It: brings color to the cheek and how and pure and thus enables the blood the ZR-3 followed/ a direct count to the 1,300 ucrc-H along with their othor I Fin. sal '*''''1.'. Veal reaches St rk. "::08 a. m.

It ImprorM the appetite, you will then to impart this new found strength the Azores, passing over those islands holdings of flO.OOO arres In Clay; .J.v.Ila..1. 5.5,dijrfnir. I month- .-.,. ..__ ln..1.114I1. No. 4. 1:20: p. m.

appradata It* true tonic "..Iue.Croft' to the body. It also acts rentlr on Monday shortly! before noon. county with <-attliThfy now have I Ifl.liOO warrant ..*..... .iturin mailS --.- .- S4J JJ: No. 20 Cedar Key, 8:150.. lit.
the liver and kidneys The .__... ... 1U1.8' ,
giant .
craft had Intended to ; hf'HIIInti are daily increasing Hal. 0*$ I. 114 _
.Tasteless chill Tonic Is
simply pans
Make ... 8:87 m.
yourself robust and had. No. U. Limited p.
boa and Quinine suspended In syrup. So Fill out the hollow healthr.. over Bermuda, but later changed herds. I I n.l KVpi. I .. -.--... 47441
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1 spots, era. the her course northward "Jmt nt Jarknonvllle's door, we bslpte ilorlnr. -.h; III I"W Wannse Dr.fICb-!
children: bile It. The bIOUdneeds lines passing
plesaant even caused; by lack of near
flesh. Start Nova Seotla ...... *. ......... dtirln motith .- .-- No. leaves Stnrke 1 40 a. m.
and then -- -- I'H
QUININE to Purify It and IRON to with LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR moving down Ha! hal |. li.'l I- : I $"" "
Enrich IL' Destroys Malarial germ and I THE BLOOD at once. Insist on the Atlantic eoast.Doston Piles Cured In ft to 14 tlayiDnaddIsta I Dr.l.t* Peed ? No. 101 arrives Stark 3:15: p. ra.

Crip terraa by Its StreDCtbeI J1' 11I"1401'11j LEONARDI'S in the yellow pack -Tb ", uis. ''II'ftlN", hand 5)05.5 RfInd.III'W-A<. >rrln I .. Month 4. -_.....__ ISO T. J. itlFMN,
CSsct.: BOc.fA. I age At all druccista. the ZR-3 passed over ,, ... 1naia5fy .."""- .. ,10-1,515 PIJ... 1114 OUesa W......l. .tou...) ....rln.$ aoolh .-.... | Ags"
center of this city at 4:15 .. m., lOt rutIII.p silaS Duc ." lk.atJua. tuc:. I Hal Ort I U24 ._.....__. -- .. "SOej -


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Precinct No. 0 Bradford County FloridaMake
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, ,. .. '! UJ and ip9IN For Presidential Elector W. M. GOBER and providing for three Represent!

.. ....L ,1.. Vote for Six tives in the House of Represent
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,'''''t'ttrt 1!,iI, "1 HONOR OF :MRS. SAYLES Wynn and little daughter, Thelma.I J. LEO ANDERSON For Bond Trustee District No. 1 lives from each of the five most pal!
X. I ulous counties two
I of Gainesville, spent Sunday here Vote for One. ; Representativefrom
beautiful social event of this of relatives. each of the next 18 most
A guest X D. W. BERRY po;[
week was tho reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Deaver and For Railroad Commissioner W. E. TORODEFor : ulous counties, and one Represent

Mrs E. K. I'erryman Wednesday af- I( little son, returned Tuesday to their X JOHN Q. IIANSHA Vote for Two tive from each of the rem.iinin

ternoon in honor of her sinter, !Mrs home in Gainesville. They were ac- counties of the State at the time o

C, F. Say lea, who will soop returnto companied home by his mother, Mrs. X MARVIN C. MCINTOSH X E. S. MAT'rHEWSX Constable District No. 2 the apportionment >by the Leglslu

her home in !Miami. While Dr. | W. I. Deaver. and neice, Mills Mary X \Y. BLOUNT MYElSX ture, and to compel'such apportion
Vote
Saylea has been on a trip to,. the 1! Parrish. A. S. WELLS [ for One. ment to be made in 1925 and a re

South Sea Islands, Mrs. Sayles has \', Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thomas had as IIINTON PLEDGER> : JACOB J. JOHNSH. apportionment upon such basis to h..,
JAMES T. nUDGES
been a guest of her parents, Col and ': their guests Sunday Robett Garden made every 10 years thereafter.YES .

Mrs. C. L. Peek, and her visit here land I children, Misses Mamie and Lu- ANNA E. ALLEN I. O. PRICE AUSTIN: "

A hits given much pleasure not only to cile, Mr. and Mrs1. Johnson and little PETER E. BAItTNETT

her relatives but to numbers of 'son, Ben Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John For Bond Trustee District No. 2 i To amend Section 3, Article 7, 0-:

warm friends. 1 j Durance and children, Elmer, Bessie .. F.o'. BINGHAM Vote for One. the Constitution of the State 01

The gracious. hostess Mrs. IVrry- and Burnell, of Jacksonville. I For State Senator. I3th Senatorial Florida, relative to census and, .
:, man, wo.a. handsome dress of | Death of "Uncle" Wiley Robersoni JENNIE 8. BRANDENBUltG District J. H. RITCH providing for the apportionment

I white canton crepe and lace, finished I i people of our town were made H. B. JE'FIUESA. I Vote for One. % Lion of 38 Senatorial Districts crea eacl/.

;/, I with a touch of silver. Mrs. Sayles sad Friday when news was received II to be represented by one Sei" .. >)rand
was very attractive in a becoming 'that "Uncle" Wiley Roberson had R. WELSH D. E. KNIGHTFor providing for three Reprnentativcs
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gown of scarab green canton crepe passed to the great Beyond that II For Bond Trustee!, District No. :3 in the House of Representatives

; 1; embroidered in beads, with which morning at ten'e'clock Uncle Wiley EVA B. GEORGE I t Vote for One.! from each of the five mo-t
populous
_" she wore a black lace scarf. | as he was commonly known,had beena O. E. HUTTON Member House of Representatives counties; two Representatives
L. 4 From 3:30: ( to 5:30: the party enjoyed resident of our town for a numberof I E. S. MATTHEWSFor from each of the next 18 most

.;, social conversation and music, years. Until recently he had been THOMAS 1'. MARTIN Vote for Two. I counties, and one Repn"L.ntit-pop.
t'\ ,: the hostess being assisted in looking making his home with his sister, I I hive from each of the rellillnln/

:" after tho pleasure of her guests by Mrs D. H. Dowling, of Hickox, Ga. J. J. PATTON I EVERETT M. JOHNSW. 'counties of the State at the tin' Of

't' her mother, Mrs. C. L. Peek, Mrs. J, The same old home where he was GORDON H. RUSSELL: : Bond Trustee District N.. I the apportionment by the [ a
: .P" gn.]
t H. Ritch and Mr*. J. L. Peek. The born and spent hill boyhood days. |I O. DUVALLFor Vote for One. ture and to compel such apportionment

'T", party was favoreil with a number of Just a week before his death he had WALDO W. WEBSTER A. A. DURDEN to be made in 1925: and a -
re-
,J' lovely voice selections! by Mrs. R. J. been here on a visit with relativesand apportionment 1 such basis j .
,
I I upon t be
CHARLOTTE K. COFFINSTEPHEN
/?'. Davis, Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs friends.lie :. made every 10 years thereafterNO
'!' '% A. Z. Adkina, with Mrs. DeWitt C was a son of the late Wiley E. FOSTER j

Irs. Jones and Miss Mublu )Edwards as Roberson Sr. He will be pleasantly
County Judge
,- accompanists. remembered here by older citizens as SHELDON A. HARRISA. Vote For Bond Trustee, District No. :5 -- -- --
for One!
I JM y ( To amend Section I, Artn'i'!,' of
The reception and living rooms he visited here several times. Vote for One. ,
ki< attractively S. HUNTER: the Constitution of the St it of
but die married Miss
tfct: were simply very was to Mary GEO. A. GARDINER I I
R. A. WEEKS Florida, relative to taxation
decorated with vases of choice pink Elizabeth Strickland, an accomplished 1 and
"; Radiance roses, and in the hall exquisite and talented young lady of Geor- S. A. RICHARDS: I finance, authorizing tho Lc'n,1!' ,''uro

J. white roses were used. glu. She died February 27, 1908. H. B. BROWN I I to provide for uniform and equal

." Misses Harriet Kitch and Virginia Uncle Wiley wus commended for Proponed Constitutional: .\Amendments| rate of taxation, and for -i pt"< lal
ForSheriff
Weeks assisted the hostess in serving his honesty and kindness a generous J. M. ADKINS Vote for. One. Vote Yes or No. ; rates of taxation on Intangible ] r ip.

a beautifully appointed salad neighbor, always ready to help any CHARLOTTE J R. COFFIN I I i I JI erty not to exceed .five mills m t the

," course consisting of chicken salad, one in need. At the time of his ,death W. J.-EPPERSON !I To amend Article 9 of the Constitution dollar on such intangible property

,'" saltines, pickles, coffee and whipped I he was 75 years of age I A. J. PRESTON ': of the State of Florida relative and to., exempt' trojii taxation! prop

-' cream. In accordance with the Hallow I i lie moved to Bradford county in to taxation and finance and providing I erty owne for municipal, eJul'utlom.

;" > Ven ,1(1011, the favors were tiny I 1883 and here spent the balance of J. F. ::HIUE:: l\IlI'H ;i that no tax upon inheritances' al, literary scientific, religion nr .

black cuts ornamented with a bow of his life until a few months ago. Ior| incomes shall be levied by the charitable purposes
THOMAS W. SP1CER: For Clerk of the Circuit Court '
>. of yellow ribbon. j lie leaves a number of heart broken Vote for One. 'State, and exempting from taxatior I YES
Among the out of town guests relatives to morn his departureas EVA THORNTON : to the head of a family personal -

., ',: were Mrs. H. C. Richard, of Palatka; well us a large number of friends G. W. ALDERMANFor j property of the value of five hundred |I To amend Section 1, Article :);, or

MM. J. M. Darby, of Ft. Myers; Mrs. ;iwhose hearts are filled with sorrow 1'dollar.. j" the Constitution of the State A

Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, and Mrs. late, the thoughts of his absence. lie t I, I Florida, relative to taxation and

D. T Clark, of Jacksonville.STITIIUROWNLEE I t I was laid to rest Saturday in the YES finance, authorizing: the Legislature

I family cemetery near Hoboken Ga. County Assessor of Taxes : To amend Article 9 of the Constitution to provide for uniform and equal
The community' extends the rate of taxation:. and for '1.1
deepest Vote
for One. 0,. the State of Florida relative spy
Mr. and Mrs. Hui-h L. Browntce .'and sincerest condolence and sympa to taxation and finance, and pro- :j rates of taxation on intangible prop.

announce tho marriage of their thy. N. D. WAINWRIGHT viding that no tax upon inheritancesor crty not to exceed five mills on the

daughter Etta ElUiibpt'i' to Mr. :Milton I MILLER incomes shall be levied by the dollar on such intangible propert'

Chandler Stith, of Jacksonville, I State and exempting from taxationto and to exempt from taxation prop.

the marriage havrvc la'
July 5th, 11)24\) at .he Uaotist) pastor- I I of Providence visited Mrs J. L. For Representative Iq Congress, For County Superintendent of Public property of the value of five hundred I literary scientific religious or

, -14'1.11-1. ium, Brevard, N. C., Rev Wallace Brown Thursday. 2nd. Congressional. District Instruction dollars I charitable purposes.I .

.OIr Hartsell, pastor First Baptist! I.I Mr. and Mrs. Dubose, of Worthington Vote for One. \ Vote for One. NO I I
-; church, oflkiatini visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. .
f. Tho above unnnouncement comes ;i H. B. WIGGINS
..l Peeples one day last week; X R. A. GREEN V
.I ,
J. of
., as a complete surprise to friends and < To amend Article 8 the Constitution
Mr. Rivers
relatives of the contracting! parties, here ,day of Alachuu last week.was a visitor II. O. BROWN of the State of Florida, relative NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

:., .... as the marriage was kept a secret i:( B. E. Brown one made a business trip I to cities and counties, by adding I!I UNDER SECTION 87$ OF THE
until recently. For Tax. Collector a section thereto to be known as GENERAL STATUTES

I Worthington Saturday. Vote for One. Section {0 of said Article 8, authorizing i i Hereby notice It '
I' Mrs Stith Is the very attractive \Mrs. J. it. McLood visited her sister i given that A. Z..i I. ni
of ,
the Legislature to establish, purchaser tax Bale certificate numb n.1 I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. For Governor .. ,
Mrs T. A. Pmholster 1
181.
: !
ono day E. W. HAYES Yip ande200
heued8by
Brownlee!, and a niece of Mrs. J. E. last week.I Vote for One. change and abolish a local government \ l the Tax8Colletorielt(
, V extending throughout Duval Bradford County Florida. Sniil c.rtilenl.numbfrrd .-
Futch, of DeLand, where she attend I I !\ and Mrs. T. H. Waters visited 18N. 183. 184. 247. 350 and 30; I*.
ed school for the past two years. ,Mr.. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks last X JOHN H. MARTIN County, in the place of all county, nir dated July 4th A. D. 1921 and .aid| cps
Lust June she graduated from the district and municipal local governments tlflcalw numbered 41, 121 and 200 boat.
Thursday t dated July .
ard. A. D. 1922. have algid 1certifleate. I
DeLand high school, and for two | Mrs. K. II. ouldas and children W. R. O'NEALFor For County Commissioner, Dist. No. 1 with their respective offices, In my office and hay. mu.l.Plication n a,
student in the Music Vote for One. and to prescribe jurisdiction, powers, for tax deed to laaue in accordant
was a
years attended church at Providence with law.Safi .
Conservatory of the University, and urday. Sat. :. duties and functions of all kind, and! certlHcatra rcp.rttvely, embrnr. ,is
L. H. HILL to prescribe a system of taxation to following lands In Bradford County. FI"iJ,
;
of Phi Beta Musical
Is member the
a .....
Mrs J. W. Parrish
was a visitor ''authorize existing and future bonded .ed.a' the data of the issuance or .,ocortlflc
Fraternity Mrs. Stith possesses a Worthington last Secretary of State .t oa In the namea respectively teas
Friday.
;'' lovely soprano voice, and her friends J. Vote for One.X indebtedness; all such to be rati 'Inatter pat'tlaularly sat forth to-wit :
B. Crawford, of Midway was Certificate No. 188 embrteee South ha',
here regret to lose her from their day last week. fled by a majority vote of the elec. of lot 4, ....t1on 7. township 7. .outh WK
.' circle. there! one : H. CLAY CRAWFORD For County Commissioner Pist. No.2 tors. 20 Eaot. 40 acre. ........01 L. t. Shaw
Wilbur Brown, of Alachua, visitedhis I Vote for One. Certificate No. 183 embrace North...'
""' Mr. Stith attended Stetson Uni- quarter Of Northwest section 1.
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. YES quarter
: and Davidson College, and III'' W. C. LAWSONFor township 7. south ran*. 21 East 40 acm
y veriity I i I Brown last week. J. !M. BROWN LEE oi.ea..01 l Chu. M. McKlnney.
/1. a member of the Pi Kappa Phi )Fra I ev. Butler filled his regular appointment To amend Article 8: of the Constitution Certificate N.. 184 embraces Rut half and
rr I I I West half of Southwest ...,,,
; lie holds responsible position Quarter. "n Ii 1
a
ternity. at Harmony Free Will of the State of Florida, relative townahlp 4. south range 24 Eaat, 400 acr"ajweaaed
"!1 L, with the McCormick Lumber j Baptist church Saturday and Sun Attorney General to cities and counties, by adding W. P. Clyde.

': ':a; Company, of Jacksonville. day. ..- Vote for One. For County Commissioner. Dist. No. :3 a section thereto to be known as C.rlfI.a"Northeast No-corner 247 of embrace Southeast eomm.Hlnrat qunrnr:'

. Friends of the popular young The truck crops here have been Vote for One. Section 9 of said Article 8, authorizing Houthweat quarter and run Weat 660 ln<
':0;:1 unite in wishing them South 600 feet East 650 feet North BOO t'"'
couple every the
damaged considerably by the recent X RIVERS BUFORU Legislature to establish to beginning' section 15, township 8'
''J V happiness in their married life. heavy rains. J. L. U DERlm.LFor change and abolish a local govern ranie 22 East 7 acroa, aweaaed Mrs SO.E'
. '. Mr. and Mrs. Stith will make their ( ment extending throughout Duval Mahon.
F..B. KURTZ Certificate No. 850 embrace North 1.
r. home in Jacksonville at 921 Maystreet NEW RIVER County, in the place of all county, frt of Northeast quarter of Southiiuarter *.-,

1' in IUverslde.t district and municipal local governments of and Rut 415 feet of Southeut .u .iirler -.
New River Southeast quarter of Southwest mater
Oct. 21--The New
with their respective offices and South half of Northwest r'Nnutheut
t SILVER WEDDING River School County Commissioner, Dint. No. t quarter
t, I ANNIVERSARY held l its regular Improvement meeting Society Friday For State Comptroller Vote for One. and to prescribe jurisdiction, powers, weet half quarter of Southwest except quarter West 4 of acr.s .ail'."J.
duties and functions of all kind and rut quarter and .
; Vote for One. South half of nn' u J
S'i :', Mr. and Mrs-F.A.: Scott will be I night.friends Quite were a number out and of our much patronsand interest G. W. HINSON to prescribe a system of taxation; to quarter In Northeaat of Southeaat corner North quarter of except railway.' arm arc

at home to their friends is X ERNEST) AMOSM. authorize existing and future bonded lion IS. townahlp 8. south range 22 E+-t. -
being shown In school .
sunJIlY'1 I our wen. """ed
indebtedness all Brooklyn Land Co.
such
to be
ratified
;
\' ,: November the 2nd, from two which was recently consolidated with Certificate No. 8i< embrace. S'
}, I). m., Ninth Street and Temple avenue Long Bridge School. M. OWENSFor by a majority vote of the elec quarter of Northeaat quarter lea f.or'' act"
.
In Northeaat
I tors. corner and Kaat h N rh
;, Starke, Florida, in honor of We have planned to have a box: For County Commissioner, Hist, No. S vat quarter and Northeast quarter ,f
their twenty-fifth wedding annivrrtlfry. Vote for One. Southwest Qu.rter and Southeut quarter 0
I supper today (Friday' Oct. 21th.) the 1 NO Southwest quarter except 10 aew In 5. ."
No curds. proceeds to for eat eorno. section, ,,'U',
go beautifying our State Treasurer S. V. ANDREUFor 24. township 8.
I range 22 Eaet 180 sowed 0" a >'
1
exra
-" THE COVEUEU WAGON i grounds! and buying playground Vote for One.X I To amend Article 12, Section 17, Land Co.Certificate.
I. equipment. Eeveryone Is invited to of the Constitution of the State of No. 4S embrace West 'u"quarter.

" The Covered Wagon is recognized come and help us out. One featureof J. C. LUNINO Florida, relative to the issuance ofbonds quarter"! 'of"". ''on Southwest 17. .townahlp quarter 7.of south North roni'"Of

as one of the masterpieces. of the our program will be a debate. I Member County Board, of Public by special tax: school districts, 21) Eaat 80 .ere, .._..01 H. L. Lewis .
Certificate .
screen. It combines a rare educational -i Mr. Cleve Porter has B. G. SMITH No Ill embrace NurtbrUquarter
opened a new authorizing the Legislature to ,
6. I Instruction. ))1 st. No. 1 provide of Northwest quarter, aectlon 11
.:. treat with a most fascinating store. New River is growing in Vote for One. for special tax school districts to townahlp 4. south ra.... X2 Eaat. 40 acres

'> story. It Is not often the Banner advertises I spite of hard times. I issue bonds, and limiting the author I aaaeaaed E. L.No.Gttffis.Ibl 200.. 11 ''

the business of other concerns 1 Miss Daisy Moore, primary teacher L. W. KICKLITER ized indebtedness of such district, including krt27..aT.pl.* additl nwtooLStait rk'Nortb.ut '

,Y '' at our expanse but we feel that spent the weekend at her homein For State Superintendent of Public I such bonds, to 20 per cent of Dirt of West quarter half of 01 Northwest Northeaat quartt Q i.rwi ft

:: if we could influence any of our sub Thercssa. InstructionVote I II' the assessed value of the taxable i Weat of railway and Northeaat corner 0,.'

'. scribers to sue this picture they Little Curtis Youngblood 1s quite for One. ." I property In such district Huutheaat lion Jin. quarter of Northweat. quarter E"-K<

l;' would consider it n service to them ill. We trust! he will soon be well and I For Member County Board of Public !I........< Mr.township, Florence 6. south E. Brook ranae 22 .

'( I rather than the Colonial Theater. If strong again. IX r W. S. CAWTHO I Instruction. Diat. No. 2 YES I aoeordlna UnJ_ said to eertlfleatea ahall "be ...- .'.mad..'
law. tax deed Loa in.
you have not seen this picture do not Grafton Adkins scent the weekend I Vote for One. :'Ion the 10lh day .f November.will\ A. D t,'.i
in Starke. IDA M. OBERLINFor To amend Article 12. Section 17, I w ....
let the opportunity pass.-Dado City 'T"! !"* official ._t".. and
Banner. Supt. Wiggins visited our school G. M. INMAN of the Constitution of the State of I,this I the 7th day of October. A. D. 19-M
'' G. W. ALDEBM1'Seal ;
Florida, relative to the issuance of'
Monday. This ( )
was the second visit Clerk Circuit Court
W. C. T. U. ELECTS OFFICERS of the Superintendent this and bonds by special tax school districts, Bradford County. Fianda
year I' KNIfJHT
he found quite an improvement in Commissioner! of AgricultureVote authorizing the Legislature to pr-- By C. A.Deputy C,'*
Tuesday afternoon, at the club |vide
i the sanitary condition of our build. for One. For Member County Board of Public for special tax school districts to 1iO-5"11.7 _
house the W. C. T. U. held their -
,
, regular issue bonds and limiting the
j ing as well as Improvement in the Instruction. Dist. No. 3 I author.
business and the following I
meeting

t appearance of our grounds. X NATHAN MAYOJ. Vote for One. |I Ized indebtedness of such diatrktinj | TW QUa ae Tk-t Doe Not Affect Th Hcal
officers were elected: The roads being eluding such braids to 20( per cent of De.-.... a...,
1, j President. Mrs. Arthur Wood. so bad after re- the ""f: s&Kts .' Tablets no be Si
ont L. SKIPPERFor j. A. WASDIN assessed value of the taxable: :
heavy rains br ,.,...
school
Vice President W. B. Mid- our truck an wUhoMt e Mrrooenec onaagnauwoobos
Mrs property in such districts. tu tlm head. tOVES *.
dleton. i driver has troubles of his own. Me is I ,[ Wt. ; __
a patient cheerful Justice of the Court
young man and Supreme
Secretary, Mrs. J. W. White brings them in with I NO I No Worm la a Healthy. Child .
a smile no matter Vote for Two. I
Treasurer, Mrs. R. F. Clark. I All a*
I children: troubled with Worn haw 1
Leader of the L. T. L., Mrs. E. M. how many bog holes he has en To amend Section 3. Article 7. of i healthy. color, wtilcb Indicate* me blood and a'
Johns assisted by Miss Hilda'Struth. countered.Rev. X GLENN TERRELL: the Constitution of the State of' role there I* not or lea etneoach ..... *:
.... Billing\ of Alachua deliver. For Constable. District No. 1 Florida relative to census and GROVE'S TASTELESS: chill TONIC also "r *'"
ap- bs
. ed three X J. B. WHITFIELD Vote*for One. fartwoarthn.ww.swUI enrich: the btoo* :
portlonment
vrry Interesting providing for *
SAMPSON CITY sermon the creation pro,.the duteMlon. and act M S General Sow*
here Saturday night, Sunday morning FRED CUBBERLY J. H. LOWERY of 38 Senatorial Districts each epin Toole to UM whoa. amass NamrewUlU*
Sampson City, Oct. 24-J. G. and night. to be represented by one Senator throw off dlap.1 the......... and tJa.CJ1Ud'!._.M..
ta perfect heaJU. Ftoaaant to takes 100 1>01a -


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I.RIPAY.. OCTOBER 21, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA



r: I I I FIVE MILE :;-the--o'fle.be 0' the County Rniclniwr.' end eoplo A. D. 1824. to th. bit-boat and PACK beat FIVB bidder
I mar obtalnm from the the
S..rl'' at
MONDAY Five Mile, Oct 24-The home of board at li.60 per copy for wan th* following/ d....rlbed propertyaltuated
Bits of LocalInformation Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. Dukes was destroyed B. 8, MATTIS Chairman.UASTKK'8 awe. I wit In Bradford County, Florida' to-

by fire Thursday of last C. A. F1JT,11. Rait-half of NnHht nnartrr of South.
week Id.t9-dl-u-'r _..."'. Fait quarter and North-Wrat quarter of
By the heroic efforts! of NorthRoiit" of HouthRaet quarter and
friends most of the contents of the BALE Rank-half 01u=:h.. .. quarter o( NorthKant -
qnnrter of-auulh ha.t: .......... .
house were saved, but the kitchen Hereby notice U .lv n that utidar anil by 8 ctlun
I 21 : 8outh-h.lf of Nnrth-W..t qnartor of
Concerning Our and AND vlrtur of that eeruin final deere. .
People, Business wan a complete loss. of H.Hth-\V qiiarterv North-Wi quarter of
\ closure made by the Jude ot the 14th North. Vmt quarter' of Soutb.We.t quarter
g. The fire
Pro gres of the County and Town. started from a defective Judicial Circuit ,.n.. for and liialcail of and South-Weat quarter of 8outh-Wet quai-
flue. They carried no insurance. Judge A. V. tuna Ju.lire" of th. eighth to r. Section XX, North-E..t quarter of
Judicial Circuitilinqiinltllrd. In Chancery "It- North-Went quarter of North-Writ quarter.
Mrs. Josie
Stewart returned to her ling In the Circuit Court. Bradford' County MiKitlon 21 All In Townthlp 6. South of
-- TUESDAYOctober home, at Newberry Sunday after a Florida, on the! 5th: '. A. U l.U4 lbing,> 22 Fa..t of the Tallahaaee MeridianIn
visit here In favor of Th* ., :ot.rt.II ;.. of Commbia : llradford County Florida. and containing!
Miss Eva \Williams\ of Hampton, L. J. Wynn, of Hampton, was at- of several days. a .corporation .. complainant and II(V acix'n, more or lea .
Sutur: here Mr. and Mrs A Hell Drawdy spent .<....mat C R Mapp, *t .I.! drfvndant, R. A. GUKKN.Speg'al .
pent shopping. tending to business matters in town The undr.'eliined' u Snrclal, ManUr, will .! Maater.K .
UMonday. Wednesday and Thursday of last altar for Hale In front or the Court house : M JtHlNS.Xollritor .
week in Worthington guests of his door In Smrko. Florida' fifing the leiinl' I'I foi Complainant.in .
Mrs AI! .n Wasdin of Brooker hour of ,'
uncle, T. H. Rimes. ale Monday the 3rd, day of Nov. 1-61-10-81

us shopp-K here last Saturday.E. A O. Andreu left Tuesday for 2 7-2 fi 111 Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Julian,

Stuart, where he and his family will were shopping in Lake Butler Satur .!......t+t+t+t+t+t.H !+t....... '.'.1.'+..'.'" t....t+ +f+..
U. n..tb i spent Monday inlrk8Qnvi make their home. > -

:,r attending to business. day.Mr.. and Mrs. M. P. Deklo spent Kilgore's Bred Right ;

Everett Miner, of New Symrna, I several days here this week guest of
Col and .MrsT! : D. E. Knight motor- spent the week-end in Starke with Paramannl's Wonder Picture his parents, Mr. and Mrs P. P.

Id to L
Mr and Mrs. U L. Duke visited

Walter \II Us, of Tampa, spent tho Miss Carolyn Fripp spent tho TheICOVERED Mrs. Barbara Dukes Sunday
('erk-unJ u th Mr. and Mrs. J. W. week-end in Tampa and Kissimmee Mr. and !Mrs. Jessie Vining of .

[,organ.S. with her mother, Mrs. W. J. Fripp.F. lake Uutlcy, and :Miss Nitu Hurst ..
were visitors here Friday. Mr. Vin -
.
V..1. ,ilrews( one of Brooker's F. Stump is spending this weekin Iutg| I has recently! purchased u farm -- .
f
crchll was transacting business
Eustis on business connected with here.Earl
rr,- )10"1.1'! !Pukes .
his mercantile store there. and P. 0. Dukes of .
Dukes, Raiford Brannen and Nelson + +

.Mr-. .1\ E Wasdin and little The floor of Mitchell's Drug Store Hall of Lake Butler were visitors .. -, .
iichii- nave gone to High Springs I has been refinished and given a coat I hero Sunday "

\ ,-Ito\ .itives.V'aii of specially prepared cement floor I,. C. Johnson and son, Rowan f
paint. wore visitors to Luke Butler Satin
:;. \U'ainriicht and family have iWAfiONSPECIAL' day.
i thud,l 'o the R. A. Weeks cottage, Z
Dr. Tucker is attending the an- I Mr. and Mrs. U. Johns were guests
'I; limit\i street.
nual meeting of the Presbyterian of their daughter Mrs Rowan Johnson i.
Synod of Florida at St. Augustine.He I Sunday. '1 +
: I.r. d :Mrs. Charlie J. Powellunicil I IIr. .. BBRE1)
I.MiM will be out of town all the week. I !\ and Mrs P. P. Deklo hud IIM .
I home after spending
,hi I .v L'i'k in Cocoa. Mrs. II MUSICIt guests Sunday W. II. Dowlinir, Mr t ; ...
Mr. H. Sistrunk, of and !Mrs. I). I. Blume. '., j .

M I I :\1. Darby of Ft. Myers, Is Mr.Kustls Sistrunk's, spent Sunday in Mr.Starke and with Mrs. Mien Pearl Roberta, who (is loathing \J: \ .

it n her husband's parents !Mr. parents at Guilford spent tho week-end L

d fci 1 \l .\. M. Darby. G. M. Sistrunk. Americans seems almost anything superfluous; about to"The tell with Roberts.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. I .i: t

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and son, 'j Covered Wagon," which Is the best
.1 mi' Wtiet and Frank Pomo- of Lake I'I !Mr. and Mrs Brady Me Lead were .
Butler, the week-end .
'Ill' U. of F., were here Wed- spent known as well as the best motion guests of !Mfr and Mrs. P. P. Dekle :. +
Starke with her ....
In. parents Mr. andMrs. ... ....
picture made. .
d friends. ever Monday. -
i.lting
? I II I W.'U. Green. I I' .
': Although "The Covered \Vallo,," Miss Catharine I Raven, the efficient :
PACKED IN 100111 t'RATF.St ;
I "Kpperson: and family have I Mrs A. Z. Adkins and Miss Mable I unfolds a most heart-warming: love teacher of Five Mile school spent

"I+ into, the Campbell residence Edward, of Starke spent Mondayand story amid, its atmosphere of thrill- the week-end at her home. in Madison BETTER SEED POTATOES .

F, ,1111 Walnut street. Tuesday in the city the guestsof j ling adventure, the significance of returning Monday. THE BEST SEED IS THE CHEAPEST IN THE END .

their sister, Mrs. J. C. Adkins.- this monumental movie far beyond E. B. Andreu and nephew, George,
-
titMis"/ Louise Thede, of Luw- Gainesville Sun. goes weru visitors here Saturday. Z Kilgore't Brd Right reJ potato give dotihlc the yirkl t of ordinary i
that of
ey, pent the week-end with her I any other lovedramaever ... reed It lids (lie vigor andiirictil. purity, (free of( flinrnir std true to !

[aunt, Mrs. D. E. Knight. A committee of the Woman's Club produced. Most of the weed and sandspurs t type. I'jrent stock riKht,, grown, h.irvmlrd and stored' nhl.; DoiiMe .

will hold a food sale at Hull's store The Spirit of "The Covered Wag- are grown. on idle land. graded Write for further( iiidirnialion and puir: Early or lute ship- .
Alvin Beck left Sunday evening Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 6 ,on" is the Spirit of America. The ----NOTICE- -TO- fOSTKACTOtta-- t ments. .

for. St. Petersburg, where he has emloyrnent o'clock. Cakes, pie.., salad and baked raw courage, the vision, the amazing Sf>Al<*l blfU win b' rtfrvlvm! bjr the Hoard of .
for the winter season beans will adventures and Rond TruMiNfl nf MrKitfunt; County hlorlhiat .
be sale. hardships of the
t
on
the Connor Urlilim HCnHW New Illver on KILGORE SEED COMPANY t
HJ I pioneer men and women who openedup the Smrk.-Unir.ml Rued until hrwj 1 O'clock
Mrs. Pearl Wilson, of Koedysville, A committee of the Woman's Club the Western wilderness and made p. m.. Navpmb 11th. 11U4. and ni thattme + PLANT CITY, FLORIDA I
puhliely oi tn"0. for oonntruotlnic nuntrpatpfl .
d., spent Saturday with her cou- will hold a food sale at Hull's store our great country what it is today pile anil tlmlwr brtiltti. approximately .. . .. ..... .. .. J iI
iina, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder { three hundrvil r...t Ions adjacent to ? Saturday afternoon from
3 to 8
oil this lives vividly before your eyes thu pntimt bride altr Bald brldicr U> eon- \.
o'clock. Cakes pies, salads! and baked in this picture. Hint of twenty-four ur-pllit. bcnU with
An. C. C. Strandberg and chil- beans will be on sale. I cyprwM piling containing' in all I I '
! j.siren, of Jacksonville, were week- I j j' Not a foot of "The Covered Wag- approximately ly ::1ft thnuaand 2444 of untrvatiMl Hit ft. and timber..pproslmat.-: : n

4 jendl guests of her sister, Mrs. H. O. A committee of the Woman's on" was made in a studio. Out in The work Inoludiii rurnlnhlnic all necmarylalior ..,t.
Club ,1 I ,
material toula. and equipment and
JBrown.plarolj. will hold a food sale at Hull's store the Western Desert, ninety miles dninir ..11.h.. work iu.....*..ry to oonatruet anil. BURGLARS }
o'clock. Cakes, pies, salads and baked from a railroad, 5,000 actors, includ I contemplated put in complete Improvement order' ready for uee the

Wall and Jock Griffis were Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 6 ing 2,000 full-blooded Indians, worki All work to .be dnne In accordance with tlinplaim 1 1I
Tampn Saturday to see the ball beans will be sale. for four months film this sincerest I and InMtructiona, icvnrral provutfonH, I
on i I to Who will there first .. the burglars to
game between Florida and Wake Iwoial prtivlnlonH aptHilllcatlnnH and proPfwal get we or ---
--- -- of all cinema Uocumunts. and eontract .of ftrailford County.
(Forest. Among the visitors! to Gainesvillefrom "Tho Covered Wagon" ran two Ifled I : .check bid or must a bldilnr'N b.., accompanied bond mail. by a payahlwti ...fI. convince you of the need for burglary insurance?

here last Saturday were: Mr. '' E. H. MatthvwH (hiiirman, Ilimnl ofItond
rSov r li> who has beenSeaboard years on Uroadway 31 weeks in Los '' ., ,
man employed and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot True'of llradfurd Jtiunty frlurldn.for
I and little Angeles 23 weeks in Chicago and flue per cent of thi amount bid aa evidence
ht-ri' the has ,
by J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
daughter Juanita Mrs. J. A, Davis of fiM"\ faith and ax a KtiaratiU, that
[gone to, Jacksonville where he has and children Miss Inez similar periods! in other cities. If awardi'U the contract the bidder' will execute .
Abernathy,
I the contract and Kiv Ixmd lu rtrijillredThe ..
[employment. Roy Coleman, and Abe UessenL See the Indian fight, the nine- rlnht la. reamed to reject any or all Agency Established 1886
mile prairie lire the fording of the bid..
Col D E. Knight spent Thursday Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter river, the buffalo stampede in "The I'lun. and peclllcatlana may be wan. at

|and Friday in Green Cove Springs Miss Mable, Col. and Mrs. E. M. Covered Wagon"---drink in the intensely -

and Jacksonville attending to profesisional Johns and !Miss Lois Efird, of Win- patriotic spirit of the picture -- ,-- '
business. ston-Salem, N. C., went to Tampa -and you'll know you'vu had the I)1r.
Friday to attend the ball
game between
time of life!
Miss Lois EfirJ, who has been the Florida and Wake Forest. your

guest of Mis. E. M. Johns, left Tues- fiwf -

|day evening for her homo in Win- Mrs. II. C. Richard who has spent \ fIrrry

Bton-Salvm, N. C. the past ten days with her mother-
2 DAYS
21 i T
t'
In-Law, Mrs. Emma Richard, will
harry S. Wiswell, who is assist leave tomorrow for her home In Pa- I,
ing',Mr. Wyman in the local Forest latka. Mrs. Richard's many Starke ,

{Station, made a business trip to Pen- friends are always glad to see her. I
ADMISSION
jfcacola last Tuesday. M M.. I :

Miss Louise Stokes returned Sun- II
Matinee
4:00
iMrs. Clyde Alvarez and children (Monday) p. m.
day to her home in Columbia S. C., I
ftfJacksonville, spent the week-end after a few weeks' visit here with For School Children 25c I
with'her: mother, Mrs. Anna M. KelKlyftat her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. '' ,

Kmgsley lake.Mfeees S. Hutto. She made a lot of friends Night Shows 7:45 o'clock p. m. The
here who regretted to see her go. I
Gutisie Mae Bennett, Inca Mr. and Mrs. Hutto went as far as 25c and SOc. Reserved Seats 75c. II I
t Abernathy, Annie Belle Turner and Jacksonville with her and spent the I

ji Hannah Swindell, motored to Brook- day there. Get Your Reserved Seat Tickets At

4 4'er Sunday afternoon. Corpenlng's Drug Store Secret iI i
r
III
I 0. Brown returned Saturdayif WANTEDTurnip I 1 ,II i iI I
:. afternoon from a business trip to Gaiety Theatre ,

. Ocala and other places in the south- greens, sweet potatoes

4 fern}'part of the state. string beans sugar cane, (flukes persimmons Starke Fear !

chicken. egg and all I I I
Irs. E T. Campbell, who has been kind. of farm products. Cash money
ftnVruest of Mrs. J. C. Robinson, forth waiting Let me know what have. r
you
[ fpast ten days, left Wednesday AUDREY K.vMOOKK. till..,........')......., tlft'.r ,p, .

for er inin YVelaka. P. 0. lies 381, Starke "I... COFFINS & CASKETS


;'. J. F. Colley Katie Colley, A4 a Full I.ln of

iHrIrnd,>!> Mrs. J. Hay Colley spent \ U"J..It.ra' Sm/tph In the hack recesses of every mind is the secret fear that the day will come whrn
|tbe reek-end in Jacksonville with --
Mr J, E. Robinson and family. rENT-A-\VORD AUTOMOBILE HEARSE through accident breakdown or illness the ability to earn a living will be gone. It isn't

'r "tw.,. oa bawl The .ttfmi mrt- often 'of bring out this fear for close inspection and ..but I
;Comer Long, Ray Colley and 5i5. .1 the lowest pr1c..,. H>-- any us a mastery- it exists nevertheless -

I Hamilton Ritch left Tuesday for -J atlrattoaj to t.l.xrcphDeWITT N' --and no better time than NOW will ever be available.

Indian River City, where they will Regl.tered Embal.. I

T)employed: : during the winter FOR RENT-Modern house with 7 al _- The defeat of this fear is easy. It requires only strength of will to hush fear for all
I .
mont *-
.;". P SP S SSBBeBSSSeBSSSBSBB WBlBSB rooms H.Partrldg, bath. and sleeping porch.tf.L. STARKE C. JONES FLA I time." A systematic plan of saving--.regularly putting aside a portion of what you earn

.ldrtalld; Mrs. 0. L. Beaaley return- --is*the way. Then later mabye an investment in first mortgage bonds---a guaranteed i
home Sunday evening from Tam- :I WANTED-Man to go on farm with l -""" '- II I
\\4,\...lIere they were the guests of help to run two horse farm and I' l investment---which we have available. !

>f,4Beasley's parents, Mr. and :Mm.Burden. take care of pecan grove, share FOR SALE OR RENT-A. O. An

. Q. crop. N. D. Wainwright, Starke, dreu house, Cherry street. Eight
Fla. 10-17-21* ', rooms, lights sewerage, hot and '
)fr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones re- I| cold water. Apply to J. W. An- j 4 per cent, Compounded Quarterly > : '

'me'3'-'Mond4f'frorn a motor trip to FOR SALE:-Well bred dog pups I drews, Sr It. i I ,
.Tamp4?Sarasota and Brad ntown.AV six weeks old. cheap if taken at ,, on Saving Deposit
once. C. Roy Lawrence FOR SALE-Humphries male cricket -
iJq latter place they Tiaited Mr. Keystone I .
and itrs, A. D. Williamson.: Heights, Fla. Phone 512 it* "Puppy Dog" cut worm destroyer -- I II
protects your gardens, large or
2'he' Ladies Auxiliary of the WANTED-Saws to file, all kinds small. Especially recommended toNed I ;
BANK STARKE
Work
Presbyterian church will give a ha.zaar guaranteed. M. S. Plank. bed growers. Wonderful result OF
and food sale Saturday December Bay street, Starke, rear of D. W. obtained within 48 hour. '

the 6th, for the beneSt of Alvarez's home. 10-24-3t Price in cartons only: 6 pound $1 THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE

their!.work. Fancy and useful ar- FOR 'fcENT-Furnished or unfurn- 10 pound 11.80; 25 pound. 14; 60 -
pounds $7Z0 100
ticItftnriU be on sale also delicious ished five ; pounds 114. J.
rooms and two porches; II. Humphries P. o. Boll 187 Jacksonville I

horn. cooked eats. piano; garage. Mn. E. R. Net!. It Fla. -.: -== =- -
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PACK SIX BRADFORE COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAKKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTODE 24. 1'1:11.:

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; .---- -- --.J Bradentown Duncan Lumber
I r I PREVENTION 1
Company purchases additional
l I Setter than ...,.. Tott'e P11H taken. la II
ground to accommodate growing .....ouC oalJ a remedy for but_nt II Ua
FARMERS and FARMING business, I SICK HEADACHE I ( c'[ NnIC [rl

. | tdiouMi. eouftttioa sad LodrJ JiMuta |
Avon Park-$175,000 bond issue

"t' planned for construction of over 10 Tutt's Pills
FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE miles of city streets. '

ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO .
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BE BEST SUITED TO OLH Ol'.NTY.; i Punta Gorda-Three bit dredgesand Oscela-Much\ damage was doneto

.. other material now at work truck .
young crops.If
I I building grade of state road No.5,

SAVING THE SWEET POTATO t'ark Citrus Growers' Association. Turn ia ml Trail. your hens have to roost on the

CROP I I limb of a tree the top rail of a
I'enllacola-O Knox Presbyterian Lake Wales Eight-apartment
/ It is a well-known fact that a church to bo replaced by $;;0,000 '' I Istntcture. building being erected on Orange :fence, or in a dilapidated, damp
of: the sweet house-hot or cold, rain or shine-
,. .very large percentage : i iHainea avenue. Q
I potato crop made in Florida is allowed ,I don't be disappointed if they fail to 7 G 040R GARB

to go to waste every year City-Building permits Issued Lowell-Approximately $25COO; to lay. '
methods of storing be' spent constructing bridge over
totaled
through improper i during September $10- FINANCIAL! REPORT OF TUB TOWN OF
the crop after it is harvested I 500. Atlantic Coast Line railroad near 8TARKB FOR MONTH OF SEPT. 1921

; The crop this year promises to be II ._ 1 thin city. |' Caiural Fund '

larger than usual. Specialists of the Tampa-Development of 31-acre Sept. 1, to Amount overdrawn ...... 11.65
subdivision New Smyrna-New' ice plant to Amount rscelpU ________._____._..1884.1YAmuunt
h state college of agriculture suggest 1 I planned near golf i i',be erected here with daily capacityof paid out ...___.._______.... K&7.00
that provision for taking care of the | course; to cost approximately $!S5-:
I 65 tons.Gainesville. Si-pt. 30th to amount on hand ..1065.64 Ttrt Buicks
crop after harvesting be made before 000. Road and Bridia Fund 9OO.OOO

actually needed. That is, the | -Alachua creamery to Sep let to mount on hand _....._.2245.(4 I'
r, be if Fort I'Ierce-Contract let for con Amount receipt _________________ 794.67
storage house should built or, | struction cf: 8-story office building. be enlarged at cost of $10,001-. Amount paid out _________________..__61.60 service
in
already built, cleaned, repaired I daily
: ", where needed and put in readiness I Fort Lauderdale-Contract let for Plant City-Contract awarded for Sept. 30th to amount lnt.fMt on Found hand _.... ) & i

i r, for the crop. Two other points suggested improvement of West avenue from construction of new wholesale warehouse Sept. 1st to amount on hand __-. .__. 274.8(*
Amount receipts __________________22 4.81 prove
v are: I North Second street to Waverly Amount paid out __________________
s(? First, the potatoes should be sun- place.
dried as much as possible in order Clermont-Beacock & Company to S.pt. 3oth to amount on hand2409.20:
remodel and improve store BlnMitf Fund Buick performance.
building. '
tr that outside moisture in storing I) Sarasotu Reclamation! work under Amount rvcvltfta __._____._____... 476.78'
rr-, will be reduced to a minimum, | way of more than 23,000 acres of Amount paid out _.__n___.___..... I,

which means less chance of decay. land less than 1 mile from city EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS' Svpt. Both to amount on hand _____8824.01
Drying the potatoes also toughens j limits; to cost approximately $700- Waterworks Fund w
REPORTSe
'; the skins, which sees to prevent the I 000; project to be known as SarasotaFruitvillo . . e Sept.Amount fat lecvlpU to amount. __on____hand1471.17____________ SI7.HS
it entrance of spores of fungi drainage district. Amount paid out ....___..._........ 20.00 *Buickleadsinperfrmnance//
Seminole-Remarkably small dam- '
.t' causes rotting. which I truck &'p'.' 30th to amonut on hand _-__: 194.00
Second, storage houses Stuart-Contract let for construction age to crops considering the Bond Fund
of apartment house in Bessey extreme high water. System of sub- Sept. lot to amount on hand ______9029.021 I I
st have good ventilation and bo so con Amount receipt _. __.... V1S10ALAKE
-
r. strutted that they can be closed uptight addition. Irrigation and subdrainage carried Amount p.id out ..__n_________--____-- I l
water off rapidly. =___._
during cold weather. Sudden Orlando-Building perm'ta' issued Sept. 80th ton amount on hand _____6033.02 '
and great changes in temperatureoften Certificate of Indebtedness Bond Fund
during September totaled Madison Held cooperative hog
21150. Sept lilt to amount on hand .....___ 826.92
results in heavy losses from sale and the farmers seemed well Amount rvoetpta ____._.__________ 72.11
decay. AuburndaleErection of union pleased with the prices. Fair exhibits Amount paid out ___........__.....

Every farmer needs a copy of depot proposed. > are progressing nicely. Sept. flflth to amount on hand ____n_ RI/Y.n
4 Farmers' Bulletin 070. It will not be I I Certificate of Indebtedness Interest Fund
Grcenvllll-Many new homes being Okalooaa Farmers Sept. Ut to amount oevrdrawn __.... 40u.HO
necessary for him to construct a erected. busy gathering Amount receipts .__......__...... 18.15
storage house as elaborate and expensive corn. Amount paid out .................. "

r as this bulletin indicates, Fort Pierce-New First Baptist Baker-Fine of Sept 30th to amount overdrawn ____ 891.74 CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
crop peanuts reported -
but he will get from the bulletin church Pound Fund
very valuable suggestions as to the formally dedicated; structure this year. Have treated hogs I| ;Sept. let to amount on hand ___._.. 20.69 M. Smith, Managar.
i- cost $25,000. for cholera this week.'VakullaInterest Amount reeeipta ---- -.- -- 800 '
--- -- ---
;' type of house he may want to build. Amount paid out __n______________ 8.60 I Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

Winter Haven-Polk County Credit is being taken hand ______. -
HOOKS vs. SPUDS'JOHNSON Sept. 80th to amount on
!j Association with headquarters in In county fair which November Bllla paidC. 26.19\\ When better automobiles are built. Buick will build them .
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opens
ON THE CORN WEEVIL Lakeland, establishes branch office F. Hoover Memo! Coun. __________ 1
18th. Farmers are buying fertilizer A. O. Andreu Memo. Coun. 6.00
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Chance brought to attention here. for fall and quite ohn Uirlow Memo. Coun. _____.______ 6.00 I,
a crops a large
ti my J. W. Whit, Memo Coun. __________ 11.00 Maurice Edward. Fireman ___ _____ 1.00
n
i+ letter by a Mr. C. A. hooks in the Orlando- $100,000 bond election acreage will be planted to vegetables C. A. FuUsh Clerk '1'...... and T. C.._ 60.00 Hamilton Rltch Fireman _______.-.__ 1.00
Ocala Banner the other day. lie Invited this fall. A. L. Alvarei Salary and feea ___... 83.00 Hugh Itrownlue Jr. Fireman _n_____ 1.00A.
carries for erection of public audito Sllaa Kit Salahy and feea __d_____ 104.00 H. Hohna Inspector of Elect. ____ 2.00 a
a reply and I am replying. rium. 'C. L. Peek Mayors. fees ______.___-. 12.00' R. S, Humphrey Inspector of Elect. __ 2.00J.
This man Hooks seems to think Walton-New fair building is being Henry Brown Special Police ________ 2.00 L. Peek Inspector of Elect. ------ 2.001,II
Farmers Newt John. Special Pollae 2.00
completed. now finish- ----------
r- that the "book-learned" professor- Ocala-Atlantic Coast Line Railway W. E. Mxlilleton. Health Officer ____ 26.00 I(I Total _n.n...___ 142.99 Chew it
Ing housing of after
farmer is olf on this corn-weevil Company to erect new depot. one the largest hay A. S. Crew. City Atty 7-1 to 10.1.13.80 -Road-and Bridge Fund
I crops ever saved in the county. Fennle Chemical Co. Disinfectant __ 84.H5 Bradford County Bank Pay roll _._ 61.26Rank meal
fumigation business. Still he implied J. W. Morgan (Han. In Miuona more8.20 '' of Stark Pay rolls ...--_____ 63.00 every
, that he was willing to be told, which Ta mpa-320-ucre tract ottered for Duval-The yields in the Duval J. R. Davli & Co. Bond C. A. Futeh. 60.00 n. C. Jane Supplies ____.___.___.._. 4.00'' L z
site of municipal golf J. R. Davia A Co. Bond E. S. Mat I H. E. Lafferareen Surveying fi.00 It llmnlatca
course. |
' is a point in his favor. When a man __ _____ :: : II
County Corn Growing contest are as thews nnn. 6.00 J. A.: Morican Salary -----.-:::: : liJ JO I and
/ Itch beyond that stage he Is hope- I Lakl'lundlluildigpermits;; issued follows: 1st, 07.9, prize $100; 2nd, Starke Bradford Telephone Co. Tele.Co.."v.Phone ulea service8 ticket.8.88.65 !I Consumers Lumber Co. Lumber --.__ 12.38 id appetite aids digestion.

IttHH. during September totaled $111.585.!: 73.5 prize $.30; 3rd, 71.25. prize $25; A. B. Crows local l aervlei-s _'un'_'_ 25.nil i Total :- ----...- 2r.P.I:
He wrote "I have found that the I 4th, 43.5: prize $15 and 5th 43.2 N. I). Walnrluht b.1 l earn. 1023 .*..n 89.HI ) W.tt ;-k-F-;.;. I It makes your
; N. D. Wnlnrlght 4-6 com on 1924 ... 181.20 C. A. Futch Clerk Bond Trustee ____ 26.00 food do more
, weevils cuts out of tho corn like a Tampa-Tentative plans made for' prize $10. W. L. Wall Klrechltif n.___________ 6.00 Ma.. Elec Sup. Co. Street tape '_n'_ Ul.01j you
f' worm out of ahickory nut instead $750.000 to $1,000,000 bond issue H. C. Wall At. chief ____nye.n" 460 good. Note how
(i. Mlildleton Klirman ______________ 8.00 Total .. CB-01 It relieves that slolly Iee1W
}' of cutting in. Supposing that the election for construction of new pub HilIsboro-Fall crops are looking Sam Sternberir Fireman ____ -__ 8.00 j I ----- -------- --

eggs were deposited l in the silk lic school buildings and additions to !good; berry growers continue plant I] Leo Wiiiulna. Fireman _______uu.-______ 3.00 I The leafhopper, or Jassid, is a alter hearty eating
fit .. ...___ __._ 8.00
Noon Alvarea Fireman n w....... ....-.
while quite| green, to try this out I present structures. Betting. Jullnn Canova Fireman ___.______... 8.00 serious of the fall snap bean; ,' .
secured some good paper bags and \lvin Beck Fireman nn___.______._ 8."') I enemy .w. aJ
Winter Haven Peace Valley Marion-The new moving picture I Leon Kit Fireman ..._____.________ 2.00 it causes hopperburn. Spray with 4- ,breath .udIP.ThSg
tied them over a number of ears JiMeph Thomas Fireman ____________ 8.00 I adyThat
outfit is
while the pollen was falling. Those Bununa plantations, 4 miles east of working fine and draws -- --- 4-50 bordeaux and nicotine sulphate,
here quite an attendance at the .,.....
making phenomenal growth meetings. \ -
and
;, particular cars I gathered To Cure a Cold In One Day using a special machine described\ .

1 watched, and I found that the weevil und proving conclusively: that Industry's Putnam-Fall truck damaged at Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets). It Florida Experiment Station Bulletin
ate them the same uu the others. great promise and possibilities least 50 ntops the I'ouith and Headache and works off the
for I'lorida.Iade per cent by recent heavy Cold. E. W. (;iO\lE'S aluoature on each be*. :30c. 164.
+ Then I selected some of the beat and rains.

cleanest corn I could find, also some Pasco
City- County Dairy
/. '-'- of: the finest weevils in the crib and Association\ purchases 2 carloads of Lake-At a meeting of the Uma- "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE IT"

put them together in a bottle with tilla cotton growers this'week, the
purebred milk cows. Jut lath Prleallat .f the old reliable 8 IMOft PURE" and "GEM BRANDS" now
-x; a screen of cloth over the top, then marketing of this year's crop was
contalnlnc FALL PRICES. Standard of QUALITY for the past forty Jars with
watched for the bugs to devour the I Palmetto-Syndicate of local bus! discussed and stress laid on the Florida ready Grow.... Prices rt.nl-..oallty considered.. Not the "heabat the BEST far assuits. VVINFLJD4

corn. ness men purchases 50 acres of land growing of cotton next year under Also cat Britell.t INSBCTICIDB3. SPRAYERS DUSTERS and DUSTS.E .
"In a rfii*(
..K.' I found that those weevils had starve us high-class residential subdivision Less acres, more fertilizer, bet 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FU

ed in the midst of plenty. I then removed ter culture, and more cotton to the

the carcasses of: the dead I' acre were the main points broughtout. --

; bugs and let the corn remain, and in GrovelandStreet paving pro .

,- a few weeks found that a new set gram adopted involving outlay of:

of weevils had come fronv 'nowhere'and approximately $100,000. Manatee-Excessive rains have Injured XrTE FAQ
truck Citrus fruits beginning
: had eaten the corn to dust. crops. ,
Port Tampa City-Board of trade to move from Terra Ceia. .
b *"l have never doubted that the organized.Fort jtc1ZsonviHeOVEMBEI- 20

fumes will kill the weevils if it can AlachuaHeld conference with

reach them. But believing that the Pierce Excavation work manager of the Creamery on the

! grain is hermetically sealed by the completed: in $1,600,000 75,000-acre possibilities of doing advertising to 4
I
husk, I had no reason to believe that North St. Lucie river drainage dis, I encourage, more farmers to ship
I.;,. tho could be reached and the
{ "' bug trict. cream. Met with directors of: the
r- only good could come from the procos Alachua County Cooperative Association !-

0 ,: i wan to kill the weevils after I a natronnaiia&aaBBa; mi and advised them regarding

,'f \ they had emerged from the hatching possibility of buying seed and ferti-

, t'r, place. Heating is the best remedy $ lizer cooperatively, and discussed A RECORD BREAKING YEAR 1 ,10 Days
I know of." Blinding Ii different
t I crops. and
Now, :Mr. Hooks, you tied those 'a :: FOR FLORIDA'S GREAT FAIR! 1 10NIghtaThe
Santa .
bags on too early. The weevils don'tlay Headaches"For Rosa At a meeting in

eggs until about tho time the II. Allentown this week, definite plans Greatest Educational and Entertainment Spectacle of the Year!

corn dries in the field. They do not about twenty ." were made for a community fair. Buildings filled to overflowing with the cream of Florida's 'Agricultural, Horticultural, Livestock, Dairy and

enter through the silk but through gays Mr. P. A. Walker, a well- :: One day this week was spent securing Industrial products-acres of farm- machinery, automotive equipment and commercial exhibits-will make of
4 holes in the husk. Your first weevils known citizen of Newburg, prizes to be awarded the boys the 1924 educational program n revelation for fair visitors!
' Ky., "one of our family a and girls at the annual club
x' that died in the bottle died from old 1 remedies conteston --
.' .. nge. Those that appeared from no- has been Blalk-Draufht: II tl October 25th.: Official State A. P. A. Inspiring Exhibits of
I the eld reliable. I it I
, where later, were hatched from eggs for cold, biliouiasne use sour) !! I' Pullets and hens manufacture Cold Medal Poultry Show Boys' and Girls' Club Work

laid 1 by the first ones. Fumigatingonce stomach and I'I'I
indigestion. I
/ M eggs; don't expect them to create A $25.000) Entertainment
$
I will not kill both weevils and I was subject to headachewhen program-a fast, frisky fun-fraught festival for fun-loving folks plenty of
eggs. Supply them with the raw pro- punch-action galore!
, ell eggs; repeat two or three week my liver would get .ut ducts and
n they will do the
after the first in order to kill those of order. I would have .. rest.

* weevils which have hatched from the couldn't blinding>> I headaches and II The bruised fruit or vegetable THE FLORIDA. PASSING REVUE 3 DAYS OF THRILLING AUTO RACES

eggs: laid by the first weevils. The stoop about my work, II hasn't a chance against the
NOV.
p just couldn't go. I used many A gigantic glittering dazzling spectacle presenting 2122.29
;F'n,. eggs are laid "inside" the !grains in pores of fungi'causing rots and de nightly 800 Florida girls amid Competitive and time trial' events under

holes! punctured through the husks p Thedford'sBLACKDRAUBHT' o cays. scenes of gorgeous splendor sanction I I. M. C. A. World's most dar
by the
r I sharp snout of the weevil. ing dirt track drivers and
Heating U a good way to kill the Disease gets the bruised and cut EXCLUSIVE FIREWORKS cars fastest
weevils. potatoes first; do not mix this kind t Including. Sig Haugdahl
and his !
There is your answer. It I have with the unbruised and uncut, or all Program every night especially designed for wonder 3-mle-a-mlnute car.

l' covered all points, please write to will rot. the State Fair.
JOHNNY J, JONES SHOWS
me in care of Experiment Station
and It relieved Fall is the time to begin pruning FAMOUS: BANDS
Gainesville, Florida. You me. On Midway,
say you p fruit presenting twenty-five big attractions
II Abort eight years ago my trees, if you want to eliminate
. got your knowledge from experience And orchestras offering music of kind. recruited from all parta
4 wife got down with liver and .. many of the diseases which cause every
only. I confess that is a goodway n stomach of the world.
trouble. W* tried II lessen of fruit.
\, to get it. Hut I am not ashamed 11 all week to help her, but II ,

to say I got;\ some of mine from n she didn't get any better. .. To Stop a Cough Quick Something to Interest Every Person Every Minute-The Biggest Show of the Year!
books which you seem so much to II Ono day I raid to the) doctor, M
despise. N 'I believe I wiU try Black take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a REDUCED RATES ON ALL LINES
OF
. : ; n Draught it helps my liver.' = cough medicine which stops the cough \by I TRAVEL!
+ FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL M He said that I might try it healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A Popular Admission Price*

REVIEW : and to follow I direction. W box: of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
She was nauseated and N SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and FLORIDA STATE FAIR
ASSOCIATIONP.
Kingsland State U couldn't eat or rest. She beM Croup' Is enclosed with every bottle of
-- to build steel ,, fpA gan taking Black-Drmucht U HA YES' HEALIMG HONEY. The salve O. Box 332: .
wing bridge at Wild's Landing and in two days she was should be rubbed on the chest and throatof Jacksonville

across St. Mary's river near here; greatly Improved and ia a tI children suffering from a Cold or Croup. A. P. ANTHONY, President. R. M. STRIPUN

cost to be approximately $:SOOOO. n week she was up." a Th.H..Unllfort/ of Kayn' Ibalim Hmw, In- Secretary.r .
II Try Black-Draught.Iteosta a 11.the thn>. tom biD.. Cnivn a O PPD-Tr.t. Salve ihrouittt the of
Babson Park-05 a pun
per cent ofrv' only one cent a dose. Sold a I IIA shin.nan stops a cvmtthttxh
", growers in this section, controlling g everywhere. rrmrdir era pecked la one carton and the
. approximately 100,000 boxes of F.-9' :: I ml of th. combined trvainwnt I*:3Sc

fruit become members of Babaon nafl3 Ia=>r lsaa>taanirah HEALING Just ask HONEY.your druggist for HAYES








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HIDAY 'OCTOBER: 21. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TKLBGRAPII. ST ARKH, FLORIDA
PACK SR11FNI
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Hk.ker W. B. Fort B, I. -
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HI'Own 1.. D. H..in Vlr.lnls' Nimmo Ada. &

.U FIBD I ELECTORS Hung H..y"" \Ii.'Y. L. F..rt F.h Utah: R.W.Martha D.S. Jon.Houser. J.;, V.F. 1'Pitta.....8.P.J.I. Wilson Wilion U., H.8.
Jnhna B.
Perry T. I.
14..nk. ,J. 11 .III..1t lY.. WI..ln. H. I',
It..nb.lI..h. Leland Its O. Jun.. David l'hilli'. John Willi..... A. M
Ty'I. ) n.
Johns L.
Q. .
"" r.. 4 Rricr .1"h'I'hlno S. Hagen. T. Peipl a Herbert 0. WIIII.m. A'It..
ItI.t C, A. M. .I..hnenn black I'..... .I P. W.,_. H. 1..
/ Following! : is the list of qualified electors of the several 1Ir.nn. M. Hill Halgn A. J. R. .I.n.J..hn'n D.lane J. .; Pearce lI..hmo 'B..III' W.tte..n John W
G.
Uu.e Mr.. J. 8. Nail W, W. Williams A. 11.
: t! Kern J, C. Jv.
91..01. Oliver Williams
Bradford County Florida published in accordanCe t'IOtf J. Hunt P. D. K.I.h."t.Vm, Saaton J.JI, Waver J.Cherls 0
ecinctjpf Cl Hail H. U.
; f-ill K.ohreut.r L. K.
A, ... harper C iL Keen 8wl"dl. D, W Wh..Le V. B.
J. C. C.
Ions, D.vle Mel B. E. IIlImmera .J, WIIII._ 8 a.
Mncholl
ftHflaw. 11y.1 1D.. Hall A. C. I\I.nlre Ton.y Smith R. J. L.
'y.1 '111_.. HII"'hl..n. m. Mettle Smith J. T. Wynn,
Mrlonald A. A, SI.... vim. :
.."' ,' Dundee LavlaU.", Horman liL A. .
McDonald
:;;,)' ;if- PRECINCT NO. 1. LAWTEY .ulala A. A. Ho..r.. .1, a. .loCarr W,J.S.A. Speed Sulll..n Oren Jmepbine Wynn Logle m.
Wn Jab.
', \
ll} J. ws
a Woodard 8. B.I'IUCI"CT .
.., ., I N',, r Carter S. J. Hodtre F. C. Perkllta B.Parmenter. Sweat Levy
And3ohn; e. Crawford J. C. Hnrrell J. L. J. L. Starlimi D..ldA..OI. : : :N0. 6. 'I'IIElmSS.\
Ru Crowdy Edd Hill Emma P. 1'......" H. O. Starllnit' Alfred
Andr.we'IV.? Coleman Jeo. Harley Abbl S. 1......" V. R. SMPP' <'ti>orHlaSurtain Aldermen. n. J. Chandler Mark III..on O. W. Norton Hugh
Ab....... s...N Cowan A. J. Harrell Lucy Prevntt. J. C. Annie Alderman U. U. Fortner n. E. Hetbenmr n. Co Niehoia Et a. Smith 1'1.' 'A.
A.koa Joka Connern F. ... Houston .. H. Para Arthur O.Padxett Smith' Carri H. Allen J. H Fortner 11. T. hell M.d..n. Neal P Sglll ia.li.
AMqKi' Coy Laura Hllhard. John Matthew Stnmif RdeeceAedrtana. Aht..rm.n N..m. ONn.r I. S. H..n Ida J. o.y'ki.. .... 1'rI.
.. Crow Hattia How J. A. Prevntt SylvenlerPeare Stiber Forest Itrinnon M. M. Orl.... J. S. J. Jone W. A. Oley J. IA Trf.t ;
A"s... C..... Josephine Jones Eddie Josephine Strong' llelti Hale Jepb. 0.." 1\1. J. Hoover n E. Phtllipa Ja. V..I I. "'.
.. Carradln J. H. Jonea Llrnla Philip J. P. Slronit' Alice n...." J. W. Olllyard C. L. May n. P. 1'.dtIRlt J. P. Wuhln.ton CA"R. W ,
BIa..h..f. !. f Coy John Jonea JameaLowery Prevail KUnl Starling' D. W. Hayoe W. H. lIuUord J. L. Moan D W. Rldell J, B. VounablOOtl
Bnwa.rJeg,.w: Durban DvldDlnkinn J. H. Pollard II. If. Strong' R-ibt. Brown W. M. O.ln.. K. A. I\h'eh.1 Morgan Sullivan A. Yut n.blood Naq Jd.

Do................. Cb... Luke F. F. Prevail R. M. Taylor Hardv. Clu."I. Fred (ldner 'lie M. 1\100' 1"1..1' 1..1II.n C. Yountblood 1. L.
g1raacE..ey : Deaver W. T. Lowery Louie' Prln l. C. A. Torod W. K. Canon R. M, Geiger P. M. May Hey Swlnd.1I 8. R.
BGrhepd. I Dowlina Jeff H. I.ee Vinci Roberta Enoch J, Terry> T. J.
BwneiP Dlnkinn Annie) Le S. S. Reddlna W. M. Thornton W. T. PRECINCT: SO. 7, NEtV RiVEIAndrew.
Brown .L Dee SydlnDeen Lang Innabella Redding Henry F. Thompnnn H. H.Beil1H.u .
$ W. H. Moore Jamea H. &.....II.h V. R. Thede R. K.Tlndala O. W.
Marr J. T. Ronler Berry> E. I..... Cole Lotder 1Itnndr.O.. n. 1'.n.1I. M. E. Stewart T. 0.
II.....VI"Jr. Durbnn Pavld I.. And.... P. A. ('news h'Iorence
Bie.eI.rd" Duvall W. O. Moor T. J.Murrhc. Rosier James M. Tlndale. Joneph "dklne I. E. }Ifool" J... .:. lI..hP' Ranfroe J. R llapp O. W.
Me..ltt H. F. konfrne F6 H.
Edward. H. L. M. Reddlnh DrewRonler Tompkln. Mile S".I.b 1,1.
Wm.
BaeeJ.r Adklna
Pency
Boekfw. Edward Mamlo Lou Moor Jan. T. E. W. Torode 1'aulin Andr.wa. IAura lfodM. W. M. Moody S. I, kenfrue U. F. 'Tuner w. '1'.
Bitm4Maeta IQ. Futch Geo. L. Moot G. C.Moor Reed J. R. Tenton Susan A..d... Mary Joh.JOhM M.r. A.L. J. !Moody! N. 11. R..ul..n M. C, Thom. Jam J.
MsttMwe Jade
Berea Jambe. v Futch Robt H. Anthony Rosier Jamea Tear Catharin Itro""n 'ha.I. kunfrue Don Turner Roan J.
John. J..
lIkJl ,Ruth Finch S. J. Martin R. F. Row J. B. Thede OlaTliomaa Itrown T. M. Matthew. Mary itiverw n. v. "ho.... W. 111.
J"hn. 1(.
L I\I.ttho" P. M. It, J .
S.P Tho_ III..
Beretta D.-I Futch W. F. Miller Lee Roaler J. S. UUnl Hlair John Mary
Kolle 1) W. }
Bewntn.. Finch E. M. Men L. A. Reddlnh Calvin Tlnilnl Mollle Crews 8, L. McKinney Cella \\lapp 111. tr."h.. 1II..ln
,.., a Futch E. D. Morgan M. M.Moor Riven Bob Tracey Rnbt. M.Tatlay C..e S. C. K.II.y Kelly lfa..h.I'Abraham N."I I'.rnell W.11,N.T. S.pp N. L. WIIU,,_ A.
Bar.. Futch Martha Ada Keddinh J. T. Annie C C..", F'. 8lerrdek. IL 1Vlyyln. O. a.
K.n.r R. Parker
.ttle( Futch T. a Moor W. H. Robert G. W. Veal StaeeyWllklnnon. ClarkY..1..0. Llnd..y W. J. W.C. M Ste..I.. J. I. 1..lna N. )0.
Ben.r.JJ.I'. )' Godwin W, V. Moor Louie Bell fouler J. E. Ellnha l'hUlip. M. Sapp E A.PRECINCT .

Bo .....,.' Griffin Enoch Miner Effle Kedilmv. E. F. Wilkinson Bryant>
II Griffin John B. Moor Fred W. Konler R. S. Wood Jnmen W. : NO: M. 1IIWtllnl) .

S Green W. E. M... Luvllla Rosier W. H. Wainrlirht T. I.
.C.I _JI Green. Jnmen J. McCormick John D. Roberta Jewel T. Walnrixht' G. W. And..n S. V. :lemonl Il! H..n T. C. 1.0wl. R. P. Bbew Co N.
CrawFte Griffin Richard hC.. McRlirht: E. Starllnv:: l :.r.hN.. Wei\la E. B. An""'" C M. c... C. I. Ii..,. 0, W. r..wla .I, w. Shaw A. B. I
.. Green G. McRiuht Nelll Starling Wainrlnht J. n.Wlhama Andr.wa 8.: 11. C'.mon.' n 11, theirs W. IL ...,... Cynthia Bowdl A. JJ
CnwfnA w..IL. Griffin Joe 9. Norman W, Ervin Stnken G.... W. M. W.Cr.wto..1 Anolre"IL F. A. Sr. Cone John O. hewn Ii:. 111. 1.10 H. D. 8hrl.o. J. 1..
H.'B.j! Green E. W. Normnn J. S. Starling S. F. Wllnon Snmuel Abbott Imll: (10... LliUe 11..11 W. 11. 1..1e. 8. J. Shrlver John
o.-.r.I1I1.; .. ... Green Joneiih 9. Norman Wm. N Smith' A. A. Woolen W. O. Andrew Ton 'oloon Aelaunie Hasa n.Y.. Mils 11 ... Stewart. E. T.
...... Green W. C. Norman Jerry M. Supp J. 8.Htarlinir William Ch... nd..w. 8..1. 8 Cone: Lucy L. II..ue. 8. Mo..... J. J. Sln"l.ton Toney
c..aJI't'a.} "' ,..l! Gamble InaneGanklnn Normnn J. N. Levy William Lucy Hmwn L. A. Collon N Alva H.y. N. 0, Malahom D. (M. 1".l'In. All.. H.
J. W. Norman Henry S. Saiip H. R. Wilkinson Towraey Iten..n J. A. Crosby CI...... tI".reliY.. 1\1. Mot A. M. Shr ver Allie
ClenMe.w.; ''t. Griffin J. D. NtltlM W. J. Stronir' Scott Wonton Jmnlo M. Brown 11. H Crosby W, A. Vague S. 11. Morgan L. She C. Jw .
Rob/. N. Griffin Mnml Pearce G. Harrold Surtain, Jeff Wills Snrah Ma* Lang o. W. I.al D. I It. H"'n It. 11'. (M. P. W.
C..wt..t} Godwin. Annie Lou Philip David' U Strong. Robt..Surlmamrer Young Gee F. ".".. J. D. howling H- N. Hodge T. M. MnlMnaR. T. Tyler. J. B .'
8.' R., Hnunrd Loiii" Prevail A. B. W. U. I..root P. M. 1'r.1 Truman f\ linen Eunleo 0, OIt..n L. (1'. Thomas D. D.
Ceemt.lwriJ.B." Hill L. H. Parmenter H. H. Smith' Richard, lieiitcr N. E. : W. Edward tI.en, Amarlots a. Pinhnktn R..a", 'I'h..m. R B.
CNt.ri. Ooov U. Hurley A. H. farmunler R. U. Swart A. J. Drown J. U. Tower W. R. 1I..n Itub" ,1'lulgntt J. C. 'fh.tm.a H. E.
t't' Bryan> Ku..ne Fowler J. S. /lnwa. Minnie 1'.d..1t H..pmn.. 'rhom.. Truman
; PRECINCT NO. STARK E.NOKTII Bruning Henry C. Fowler l". 8. llayra Mamie n. 1.lnh..I. J. W. Wand. 11:, J.
{ II..wn Minnie L. (1..ln.y n. P. H"hh. Ma.y m. Pmholatrr J. W. L. WII."n r. i,
Ill'Own Ned I1nlll. 11. L. litton Marvin "I'ubolat.r Ire W. J..
Wnrruu W R.
: did". II..' Brown Edward L. Minor :
Green F, W. Everett
Wlllinrrtfternbera
Sapp I''out R..o.y Grist. A. L. IIa'n I.. n. i'onl.at. ,I. W. \.1. ..Inmw. W.
;...m.O. W. Crow A. 8. Ghent Ram Motl It. 1>.
N.
.; linlil fl. M. .,.. ,
Onln'y L. IL IIan II II "I'.dg.lt' 11. I' Wnler. I I., M.
A/wt'a, S M. Canova .:. R. Green Kuna M.Grdlnrr ]Moll W. F. .
Sllcox J. J.Swanborn 11.,11I fl e C. t.IOOver: .J, K. 1/.." II 11 .'. .1'.hI.Irr, '1'. n W'k. II. A.
\ An.dglHatwford. Cummings: Charlie Pebble Moore Nalhin J. A. Co"on U. II. fhrn: 0 J. 11 11".1. I. 1.; i91.ent, 4 I., H,,'k.. Mllry h'
AlonglY Chase David O. Jr. Griffin Mamlo E. Miitthpwn Conwny Strickland' C. B.Strnnnberry Crosby I'. A term, ?) """. Mulls K, II. v.1 II Ibex t'urro' .
:"AI.._ Crew Joseph O.Cronby Green Matthttv/w NelnonMiddlfton '
Mne
B. A. Crosby F: L. Green JI. n. k, Ihv c' .V linldrv! 1'10; iiiCrew.
!tdA.deu A0. Rufus M. Gelrer Jame '' W. E. Siloox C. '1'.
,Irma ii.... I" A. A. K.11" 5nu.., Jane S1penrv: A. II
( M. Cnnova Paul E. Griffin Joneph M. Moore A. K.Mlddlelon Stern Auirunt
\\fr.t. !
,: ::: Colloy J. F.Crutchtleld Gllnnon Marlon i Noll D. Stern Harry

"1AdametCw\ Charlla Gnu Philip J. ]Moore Itarhara C Sllcox 8. 8. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct
I 'livmse 9f L. Connor L. L. Gnu Mitrirrett 1. Miner Snrah M. Sterling II. 3.
i. .AhearwfR* M. Jr. Crosby. J. F. Hoover C. F. Mnrr OllleMnninn Stevenson II. L.
"'......... $. J. Cowart J. D. Hoover J. C. Lee Shaw Leonard W. of the and electors of Bradford
L. Cone George; Hoffman A. P. Mitchell, O A. Sa.... DanSnelitrove copy registered qualified
6eIp.w.otlrolin. E. Crosby W. T. Hitinlop F. T.Halnlop Mitchell ]II.. E. a O. W.
i, SAIvareaiBrltt' Chase A. r.. W. R McCoy Starllna-. Seeking R. W.
|!Alv.r4A.: B. Cooper C. N. Hull: : N.: n.: MeKlnney W. B. Sapp FredStannell County Florida to the best of my knowledge and belief.

|Andrew"*, *T. Adam Conway J. E. Hnrrlnn W. O.Hornenhy Neal C. R. J. IiAdklnarLela ,
Cronhy J. J. JnmealUrrlnn Neal EdNormnn SI ruth W. H. .
I Alv...... Lucln' S. Cronby Hur-choll K. Sam Sr. J. E. Slnlrunk Mary H. C. A. KNIGHT
[Alvarez i Rebecca" M. Cady Guy C. Humphrey R. 8. Nelnon O. T. Sintrunk Clara B. ,
_A1e.rM ''I.n. Cronhy R. R. Hunter A.. Nevlln KlrhnrdNormnn Scott Laura If.
Atl..J.n. Crawford, L-. Hoover Cathrln D. W. II. Stump Eva W. Supervisor of Registration Bradford County Fla.
jAddinonJtfarkvaMdonman' Canon 0 C. Hoover Etta Newnom John H. Smith Hill trice 0. ,
;" A".I,. C. Cooper C. R. Hull !Maria K. Newmnnn M. P.Nevlln Sternbenr. Gtinnl
1/ G. W. Crawford Zary ll"rnnue. W. F. MAP!>' L. Snpp J.k. 8.
*,;AldermanDora. Canova Eunice O. Hurnaire J. A. Neal Mary> P. Thorns. .I.....
,Avnrtt>/AlleenAlvarea. Cronby Matilda T. Hoover Delia O. Norman F. M. Thompson ... S. J. L. FRAZEK A. D., 1924. for ratlflcatlon or rvjtwtfon to Scrtlon It The legislature that shall mat
LeveyBrynn Crow Mary> A. Hutaell Tire Newmann I. N. Truby J. M. wit : .."I.r mfntitn A I. Ifllifi, and those that
f Jaa. R..Balndam Canova Florence E. Hnnnetl Lena M. Norman S. J. Thames 13. M. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT I Section II. No tax upon Inheritance or upon shall meet every ten .*are thereafter shall
,'Will W. Conway Barbara E. John E. B. Parker Jnhn Thom A. J. the income nf rmldvnia or cltltena nf thlaBtat I itlMmrtiiin, the 'llfinntiintation" In the l.n.,4
Bryan 8am A. Clark KllMbethCon Joins Noon PrenCfitt L. 0. Truby J. J. LAWPOSTOFFICE .. Nhall ,... lovlvd by the Slate of Florida.. and shall pmvMf for thirt r.elg ht CIHI
Brown H> Y.BrownUe'J. Robt.Colley Jenkins A. O. Powell Rnhl.. Turner J. O.Tyaon .r under ta authority and there shall be e*. t, finl lnntrlrU. such iatrltfta t .b* aa nttarly
M. l.ydia John Cnwley 1'.lneletu"! R.m BUILDING .mpt from ta.atlnn to the brad of a family In emulation, | HM I..."... ,., hut .
Oro..n.WUllam C..... Maud D. John Jeff J. Powell Luther O. Tyson John raiding In thi Stale hnuat'hntd gas. and 1".1" shall lit divided. niahlnii mioh ap
Barney Oeo. W. ('o'l1<'nln" J. E John Everett M. I'owell L. C. Tynan Gnd STARKE, FLA. ......nil .1'...... to the value of Five llunttrvil. pnrtlonmunt ami each District .h..1 h.,. one ,<
,Br.wuJ011var Da.!. W. E. Johannon P. A. Peek Sinclair L. Thom* 11eerg. ((160000)) Dollar. t.*..... and e.t the ...n. time, Leuisla '
Bailey'John lieU Inane Johna F. K. C. Prevail II. R. Thomas Herman NOTIC'EOr ELECTIONTo shell, also apM" | .'Inn tin IteprfHnntatlon.
(% S-""W. A. P* Sue Stephen JohnaThtilma E. Pluford If. U. Tyson Wm. iJOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing asAmndmrnt I In the lime of llprt..intatlvm, and shall allow .
j BeManbCAbraham :}Avis L. A. Johnnnon Anna K. I'rloe J. 8. Tyson Eua S. the flhrrlff of Bradford; ; three ((3) Ki'prmxntatlvm to each of the
t Baiadra, Ceo, W. Drew,, John F. John 8. R. Popped J. 17. Tomvkin Llnnl S..t. of Florida County, of the to Article VIII nf the CnnnUtutlon live mat |M>piiliMi. .ounllt*. and two (2))
Break 'Mlbcrt Dowllnv 8. 8.Pell Jone Knbt P. I'oppcll : of the State of Florida, relative to Cities KniiifH.ntattve each of the reel eighteen
j Nancey Thom. Wm. L. 11* It Known Th.t f. If. Clay Crawford and. Countle I
ByadaJamen"' Ben lohnn Charle B.Kite Powell Mnry F. Underhill. C L. more eountd-, and one IUi.r** nt*.
Secretary> nf Slut of the Rut of Florida. R. It l R..h..d ppulo.
l by the ttliitatiirt of the Stat
,Bry&BiA J. Plan. Stephen 8llnn Prevail Betts Underbill A .J. I ii. 1 fif olio n'timlnlnu ,,".U, of
do nntfr that
hereby .give
; BarlanHtah ..,,11... Pavla, Laura A. Knight U. E. Peek Myra P.Pcltemon I'nderhlll 0 L. it of Florida 'tli> Note' at tint* of such RI..tonment
Bennett 'Gun II. D..... Lev Parryman Kelly Slot A GENERAL ELECTION That the following amendment to Article fall t.
;. > (men* R. Week W. T. .Should Ihw Ifirlalititiro .
Will\ b. held .1'1..1.
in I.nidfon. County BtU of VIII of the CitnHtltiitlon of the State of Flow
.k.,4jH.rdy I'av'n Catharine E. King 8amKlcklller Peltemon F. O. Whit J. w' Kcprrsentatlon In the Sonata. and IfmiMnf
r,JlP7." )V' H. JIo..Un" Dell M. J. F. Powell Florence C. Wall W. L. Florid, on Titwutnjr n.xt aurffHitllnir the lila rvlatlvi' to cltlra and rountlm to be numhored Itepnseotallva i || > at any. regular. .Inn of
,,'; Br wnWm. loll Susie Kite Jmen 8r. Pnrkn W. B. Walnrlvht N. D. Brat Munday In November" A. D. IUVI the BrrtUm 0 of .,ld Artie-1,. VIII h. and the the Liitilxlnluro, at any of the tlnn. herein "e
BI..* E. L. Damon M. B Knight c. A. I'rencolt Julia 0. WtII..... Kit aid Toe.de. being the I lam I* hereby atrreeil t*> and nhall It. aubmittd sltrnatAd., It shall, the duty. of the 1..1.1.
< ....... J. T ,...hy Annie E. Klekl'ler L. W. Powell John fI. Wllllamn John FOI'HTII MAY or VOVEMOERFor : to the ....*.I..ra nf thf fll.... at the treneralitlfctfnn .tun. <>r l..*.. b suoeeetllnir such nvularK.MRliin .
Hfx (tel> .rnwtdcntlal. Eh'.'"". to be htld. the .
gBroam H. A. Pyal E. U.IMinhnm Keller J. J. Rohvrnon Wash Whit O. w on Ant Tuesday after of th. I.ewilHtun*. wither In special ,
jjHnwwfflR.. < D. A. E. Kersey G. f*. Mitch N. T.Hhnrien Wlllamn Hill, W. For one R.-.ntlltl. of the BtK-ond Con I the Amt Monday,' In November A. I).. 1U24 for iiiilar NfflMlnn. ain" *,rllon tin Ii.priMnla I.
JJIooIo..r W. E. Kllanon JmeaFdwardn Kersey O. U. J. B. urtfuloniil nutrlrt/ of the Slate of Florida. rntlMrntlnn err reJertl.n. towltStrUitn I .
Ii ,
Wtii.. Jnhn I1nlt..i tlon Ihi* Hcnale and In the Iloiine of
L. L. R. Knight ? In the Htxty-ninth ( ..nln.' e of the 11. Thf l.ficliilatiirt. Khali have I.pr
9.1..A. Nnnnl L. Hitch J. H. W.II P I powerto t'umtlvi' 1 si In r'ln piuvlil.nl. 'I h* ,
,SB.laden :Addle Elliott Jam* S. Klcklller 110,. F. Klirdon J. J. W.II Staten. talllah. rhantfi and abolish. a .heal. irovernrm rfitutar Ki'ili-rnl. or regular. Hiate census., whichever
P-lffewKle. 8' E. .:d..."'. T. O. Keller Delia M. Hlimn I'. M. wllis: t i: IIWilliam For Governor of the flt.it of Florida. .nt <**ti ndinir tcrrltdrlally thnxiahuut I).- shall bnvtwn\ tttlten nvan'Nt any sp.
Bmwtlw Maud M. Futch C. A. Klekllter' Maria Robinson J. P. of M. For 8vr ("ry nf Ktat. of the Stare of Florida. val County In the pla<*t> of all county dla- riortlnnmfnt, : of neiurmeniailvna t In the Senate
f.Blair. Jda L Flume F. F. Kite Minnie' Klimby O, L. William T's.. For Attorney Omiral of the II.*.. of Florida. trim municipal and. local ifovi>rnmtnt.t, "bonrde, and, 'th,. llmwi n' preai'ntatlves.. shall *f.nl .
Brigham Mary B. F'or.ytbe John Lewis U. U. Richard Emma Wnlnflirht W. For rnrnptroUr of th. Stat of Florida bodir, and official, rtinntltutlonal or .'.Iu. Imp l Hiich In the
M. innH'MK nor
1 i Brown,*Henc rptta1uB Hume Heeds 3. Long \P II. Hay Olive E.Hlirdon William Nat.: For" Tn atirvr nf the Slate of Florida. Inn IfKlNlitlv'. ....>.. lea or judicial and > vt-nl.the l.ovUlatiiro shall"I..rl..m.nl.full toreapportlonHi. ,

.lden. Rona L. Futon Vlrdia 8. Lewis B. J. Arthur Wrla-ht Elljnh For Superintendent of Tublla (In.tructlon of hall prwrrflie the Juried p.>..... dutlr I ". rt |' .. titailon' In Hi, f.itrlulutiire as r.>
; Martha A. rntch L. U. Lee Chrle Hitch 'Innihello/ White _. C. the Slat of Florida.. and function of nun rovrnmirnt MM ,alHta- 'tuirwl/ l h'y tills aitivmlrnsnt, the (Invernor shall
.:CItwant'UniuIn:; P. Green John W. Leah L. L. Hitch ('11-" L. Wainrloht' Mnry 0 For Comml .ion.r of Agriculture of th. live exeeutlv and Judicial, 'partmenta, and wliltln thirty .1... after the adjournment, *f
3. Bryan. Emma J. Gardiner O. A. Lewln Emory> O. Ray Carrie A. W.II Murla B. State of Florida It. .hnnnU, .bfidlmi and official' to divide. the th.,. rfuular .. .I..n'. nail the lointlirr >
.BtnbwlNlna. R. Griffin T. J. l.ewl. Jeff KeddUh J. M. Whit. Noble For Two JtiHtlP of th* Biipram Court of territory fneltidM In inch government Into In itrn"r ;i l, Reaty$Certrude L. Griffin O. J. Lloyd D. L. Row J, A. White Ethel M.Kay the Blare of Florida. subordinate dletrlrbi. and to prrperlti", a Junl *.;' Bea lir O. L. Geiger L. I.. Lewis G. W. Keirlnter Freeman Will. Inn L For Two Railroad Commlwilonrm of the Stat I and reaiinriable system ..r taxation for such > s_Inn of the Iefflslature' la hsr*.
JJo... Dan Green A. H. Llddon Kate W. Iteddinh Dry> William Anni. nf Florida' government and dletrteta. xlatlnu and future l.y mandatorlly' required .roapportlnn I
Brinao*'T. A. doff Richard, Lee Matilda M. Hitch Herbert C. Wall Mnbel. A. For Stat Senator for IRth Senatorial Ddtrlet I |Innd.d" Indebls'dne.e. shall h. and remain rI... n"fir.*entatlan am miulnMl, t.tiy the anmndmsntbcfor *
r Brow. H. E Clrlffl. John C. Lloyd Fannie Rolllnn Andrew M. Wilkinson Uwl., of the elate of FIoHda. finitely In *ri a and taiahle llnbtl'ty a home Ita .,. anil( Hiinh cKtraonJI-
Rtnwt IL oBarkowlt Guyon Lewis Long Cornelia P. gape John B. Waller Mnbel I For two M.mh..ni of the IfontM of fl prn- abed. In a rural area shall not bi, limited. aa s .1 adjniirnmnnt srralled, for imrtlonmnt
,, Itlal\o U. A. Green N. D. Miner U. O. Slnturnk 0. M. Whit Ina A. tat I..a of the Ebb of Florida.. | If In a city or town. hut no lefftaUtlon. ..n..., .holl user, not llmltd to explr at the sod oft 1
Mr, M. Clreen F.ldleGrirfl Marian. 8. P. Slloox l>, L.Siloox Wall Uu."i O. For Count Judtf. thla fH'tton shall be .ff**tlve until' a ma Jonty Wt nty ; at all until reapprtkmmat
Birch. & B. .* K. A. Mack Mon Walter Winkler .....wl.. A. For" R hI'.1 11'. nftbel..ctom In the county, who shall IM .iffiftiid.: :ni': ehatl ronhfer; no Luslnsas other
Brown** Florence E. Oren Everett & Morri Jo. Sweat f>.l.... B. Wlllam Mary For Clerk of Circuit Court. vote thereon at an filiation, for the purpose.and I Dun such )
Bullen C.th.lno Green Lorenaofileen Moraan Frank Stump K F. Ynrhroueh W. K For County AnMiiior of Tax**. who are .|iiialinV| to vnt.. for memnen nfth .Nort.nm.nt.
lIull. I.,, J. Willie )M>mro L. V. Scott F. A. Yarbrouirb B. t>. For" Tan Collator legislature, shall vote In favor of such A JOINT ItFBOMTTIOM' Pri>poslnr anAiiKriilmrnt
ull.1 K" .babel Gren Adam Monran Lee Sherman II. C. For County Superintendent of Ptiblltf In.dr..et'on. Irtrtii In t Ion. ,In Mrctlon I of Article, 0, nf Isis

Constitution nthe Slat l.f of Florida. If*.
PRECINCT NO. 3.STARKE.SOUTII For County 8urvyor.Fir A JOINT RKSOMJTfON: Proposing an Intlntr tn Tfinntion ami
,l,'!. ;' Flv County Commbxlonp'e.For I Amendment to Article 12. Section I7. of Re It Iluanlved by the Iln.n.of the Stat
And.Wt'L W Jr. Darby Lie M.Pemoront Jonen PeWItt O. "nton Aaron Three Mifmhn of the County Hoard ofPublic I the Constitution nf the State of Florida, of. FTorlda .
.Aod.rewe iJ. W Sr. R. F. .John M. L. M..on IL G. Rbmlun J.m.. P I Innti-uetlon. Rolaflnic to the "Uiuanr of llond by Hperlal That the following amendment of _
Robinson Mika. JiMtle of the Peace In and for the following Ta Hoh.u.l HlHtrlftJi. and the Levy of Tea lon
For > a
''AlbeeaiRiebard Davla Inca Jackson Andrew M..I.hu. W, D. n"hl..n I .\rllrlc. U, of the f'onnHtotion of thi. )
> Alvaw'ErollAndanoaA. I>nvi* K. J. John F. li. M..nrlon WIIII.m harry Jim tic* Dlatrlotn. vlat, to Cnat a Sinking Fund for the Payment if relating t. ,ln.ntion and. finance.
w. Edwardn Joneph W. Jon.* Frank )If"Uhow. Ide. D. It..bln..n Wily ni.triPt No. 1 of the Trlncipal and Interest. Thereon. i i. ".1..rl.I.. .1 l .to .n.l.h,1 I,.. '''mlt.d... the
Robinson' .
'A.adorn Ira W. Evens U. W. John. Jacob J. M.tth..w. J.snnette D R..h'n..n' Z W. C'J. DlntHot No. fDIMrtnt fie It ReeolvrHl. by the KlpUlur of the BtaU .... .... of th,. lit... f. .|.( ., "I .J.Uo.
Andan'Ad. J. Kdwardn B. 3.Enney Jonea J. T.Jon.a Morgan Vlds V. nubln.on$ V.,. No, 7. of Florida i nt next .gnn.ral, vlretlon, .f K.nresenUi.
Ju.tIce 1"
AIlanolMlla. O. C. R.Kppenon (>, Mitchell Luella S. L. For Cr>nntabl* In and for th. following That the fnllnwlnic Hmcndmfnt of Section ". L.! held' m the rear tuft. that la to
"...._Myrtle R. W. J. Jon.* R. A. M"lphura H.llle Xulllven H..h.n..n II Inpry ( DI.tdeta. via i 17 of Article' 12 or th. Constitution of thefftaU ... that ..,.U.n I. Article 9. of the Conatl.
Andrawa" Fannie O. .:...m.n L. H. Jon Fed O. 1I'.I"hu J.n" 0 fI..t 0, R. B. fXatrlet No. 1. of Florida, aa ratified at the General Elation L den. of ,the Slate of Florida, b* .m.nd. .
AdanM'R. B. Knntman Jnlla H. John. W. 3. JIII..hell Carrie C' ntntrlrt No. 9. nf Rtire.entatlvm held In the year of 101.1 be i pad as follows*
Brownlea. .H. L. Kdwardn !Mate John flnvton C. Murrhee. Anna O. 8tilley Sullivan lien District No. 7. and the semi I.I hereby anr.."l to and ahall he S..tL.n I The eils.atur shall provide fora
Brynie*t EEandyRraeklnaton Eppenon Lorena K. John. p E. McKmn.v J. A L Htrieklanl I .I.' E. Tn Twttlmonir. Whirwtf. I here b.recntnt submitted! ti> the *>lt..t,n. of the Btate at the <. equal' rate of taxation. eaeept
B. T. Fnney Alva N. John Allen M. III.ftae If. M. 8uh.ri.nd: : h.II. State oflFbrdal Tellehw.tthe a1, of met funeral Elation of Rrpn-aentatlvea to that I It 7..0..y. i pori.le: [; for special rate or ratenrt *
Jnvephln John. L J. at capital be hell In the 1121 for ratification or
Bentow-JJB. Edward Ethel Iweioe M. J. Htrtnorrellow 'w' the year Ifitaniflhl' property but such ipMfal, rat
Edwardn W. Mitchrorayth John Llnt F. O.Bow. this th twntT-Uth day of Ao".t. A. rej.tlon. That acid Button 17 shall ben .
Brown Jaapar Mafse J. C 8tllley .. ,, or r!%( shall not xcred five mills on the 1ol-
... I-' C.Brown William J. John. Ell'*" P. McKinney Volley .lUe p. 1024. H. CLAY CRAWFORD I amende' ) s n* to rust aa follows : I., itf the seamed .valuation of such Intane
,.c Henry B. Florrid J, B. Jonea Ada D. McMillan p. S. Hh..ha.d..m I A. '''.M 8M Bran Lam Franier Wm. Jon. Chrintin )If..hion Jams Xhelver .. To W. J. EPPFRflOM.:' hrlff' rradfnH I special tat school dMrlel to 'Inane bond. tln. tat.* filliTt. .h..m. may. .
Joe Johna L. L M. ""..''t. Fl. -.I9.IOt.IO.1INOTICior'UCTIO'f for the *liMle of public free wools' .
Brown Bate Haley MaGeud.r 1t.le Smith' W County. Stark. e*< 'line Ivrtion.l l hy the Levl.I.II'and .h.1 b* .
Boyd ,. 0. Fernandex: Eva L Johnson D. J. !\t.... n..nl. E. flt..k. D, ii.W within any such special( tax school dlMtrlnt rlimlvt-"f all other Stan, county, end
Bundle Jacob (riff,in Cu B. Kelley Ge*. E. McKmnry A. J. S.rI.kl.n'" A. ---- : : I IWHERRAfl. whenever a majority of the rjitallnnd elector.thereof mnnl.lpal taxra and .h.1 'nrvMrlbe" such re.o.la .
Bol Etta Grlffi. Manning M. King E. J. N.rn It. A. Snyder o. who ar* freehoNUm shall vote In lions as shall _u. Just violation of all
..e k< Fred .' flr-en W. H. Kit Roht N..8Om G U .. If. M. : Th rutlauir* --f 1029 unI.. j'I I favor of the .issuance of tttth bends, but no .r".rl" twith real, and Iwr.onel. ei Chandler Iddt. Griffia M. O. Kit toiler N.bb W 0. Try. Pearl Constitution of 1.H5, aRe th*lutlnm of FlorI I' .boos f nhall h.* ,used h.-undtr which ehallxeed. such property may be exempted by ,law for
Chandler E4mond: Green Floyd Kit. David .Nlehnb. 's.'oel; T" := GM"IJA. |jiie, did pa** Aw' Joint on' | proponInif I .. together with the .exbt1n Indohte-J-. munlnpal rriiicatlon,. literary>, sslentln*, r*>
Canada, ....,. Griffin C. C. Kit Perry> Jr. Ovlum Prank 77111. amendment.! to the Conntltutton of the n.e. of such .|u.elai i lay cho4i| district| 20 per ( or charitable pnrt.ee.;.
Clark ..fame I Green R, A. Kind N. T. Oliver Mnrtln Turner 0. C. Atat. of Florida. and the acme were aifredtnvreon I cent of the m..* *e Coleman Ellen M. Gunter WllllnmGriffla Knight JuliaK.ndrlck P..n 8. J. Turner F IJlii.n' M b" a vote or .h..fIr.1Ia ot all the memhereNert.d .rtl of iiirh dlattrlrt acropdfnir to the bat **. peed amendments. and the canvas. rfialar
Collw' W. A. Rlndey F. T. H.Kendrlck I'.ka Jo... rot L.t to earn ho.... : that the .0_ on sold. .. for Stab and County ptirpoar prior I and returns thereof shall Iw subjected|
CoJenoa8I.W..W. Green Mary E Martha f'.n. F..rI.k T'.J'r' H. Joint Haolatlom were entered. upon their .. I 'to the Uaiilnir of such bon.U An, bends laued tun* same regulation and rest rlctlotta
a 1L4emn ; E'1Ja' N. flr.ffin /. 1.. Kit* BenLlmbauith Powell Cherlb J. Thomas: creative .1..1.. with the "... and nays h.rannd.r< shell become payable within I provided! by taw for *i.neral .1.Uo" .
,I Clark 'l'L 0.1. Godwin J. G. T: N. 1'... "h.., F. Un.I.rhlll Hat.. 1CatoW' and they did determine and direct thirty yean from tt dat. of !issuance In an. 1 I'SfatN of Florida
D."' P. Graven J. A. Leonard. Alva p..1t Jahn 1. Joint I(44nlutona| he "mlll..1! Inatallmpnt not
C ... Ilrlow that the old noel .h.1 com men re I IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I have h. .
''CIoaM LaUa L Hampton William Lairerirren H. E. Prevatt R. :ow John I tII ,h. .|.etnra of th* Btat at the General more than three yeara .f. date of lace' unto act my hand and. affUw. the Greet .l
C..V GLC. 11.11 Jumperrlnnkenwtn l- R. L. Prevatt" J. W. V" A V & I Election In November. 1U24 Each annual Installment shall b* not lee of the Stat nf Florida, at Tallahae. *
0-"" C. Simon, Leo Lewi E. (Pak .J L. v..n. :.. NOW. THEREFOR. I.lf. CLAY CRAW. t than three pr cent of the total amount of rapital. this ii,. iw.nty-flflh day of July, A
Cad .Eon... Ilaynea O. UHolllnimworth I... E. K.l.imhnuen. P..tt P B wArn- rORO. .8.>crtary of State of the Stat of the Issue Whenever any such special tee tJ Ilat4.
c.._ 1104W. F. C Lillian V. Prescott H A Wlleon:: lirnt':1a.1Ir I eDorlrlft. 'oGENERALvElECT70N? a school dintrtct h. ..t In favor of the taiuanc II CLAY CRAWFORn.
Mn., Leales Mourn. C. N.Hemlneway Laa-erxren Delia M. I'.m.n E. ie, W/lwm y.r.t'. of uch ,n.. special' tae for the (SRAM) Secretary fo State.a .
Clan _\. F. <3.llnnkernon La Ck.ae P. ......a G. W. Kate P..II Lucy C D. D. Tuesday next ....MNlin.? the fret Monday In rrlnfllnal thereof aa the same hull become .lt.IO. -- -
fling B.' Heminvway Laura Mlnton' Jam. M. P.rrymlln LoI.'P. W Wllllam.. .... l'hO.. November. A, P. Ill,4, the amid TuMNUy b i- du* and. payable, hall hP ,levied on the taxabletn "CKMKTKRY 1S(11lKINGl
'Herby ,j.. ...; Hamrick Sarah P. MnnninK' J. C. Prek Merriest S. lot the I .perty within, the dlatrlet voting for their'
D... L L. Hemlnewy Annie M. Mitchell Henry> Jr.Mntthew P..k CI.; ,. 1. t'hb Wills. E.JJa" FOURTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor ...n... In accordance' with law, providing for
'" Tam III' HnlHnvnworth Ida J. E. S. P..U. Lau,. r. Wphinreo: w. W. the ratification or rejection of the ad! the levy nf tax.* and soh. tax hall not he There '.1 be a wtrklnot the
()a"'". Ellen ..'e.. Hayen Ruby A. Morgan. John A. Perkins W, n. ...Ine J "' D.eeablaaf3Hol..ndrof C. 8. Mitchell" Henry $.. P"W.II Eva :"II.ma.q, A. I'r.>t">" bundaa.i ". before the third Sunday in Novem
0.M.17 116 Inman G. M. Mitchell J. M. Puk'... W E! .m... .., A AmendmentRI'' )( of the eonatltu! I -- ber. Come bring baskets. and
UnwUmr --ie C. homes Vonda E. Mon D. M. Minnie Wylna. Jone.pbln. lUUtlv to Taxation your
Q'11.1. E. HtaU of Florida. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
the A
)f. Johnn A. H. Mannell' N. Y.una n. H. lien of .m.nd clean the ground,
W. Qslgiey i. T. and Finance meat of Beetle 3 of Article 7 of .n. let's up

.;:",., fi PRECINCT NO. .. GRAHAM Be It Florida Revolved* by the Letftalatur. of the' SUUof 1 I to.t"" Otwua".'| of and the Ap Hfa'e rlo"met of riori la. Resting CO- UITTEF.

I'kAlwraatbi .Ii That the followingamendment to Artlal lie I lt* ove.1 by the Le.ll.t of th 8..'.. -
'.J''T; Face ChenleyJonM M.E.... W. T.MeKmney Reynold.me. IX of the CofMtitatlon, of the State of Florida 1 of I
!Y"'il!.' 1.1)" .' N. D. 3. A. 3. it. Roberta C B. Wynn N. relative. to Taxation and Finance, to be T.Ford following amendment' Section ;
1IArI'JI" 0.e h' Jonea W. i.Mill. nidham Th.*. B. Btune On Wandln T. W. numbered Auction Klevea 'Ml> of laid Article' A 7 of the Constitution of the State 666
Drat Q. ... Thoa.Murrhva Otfd.n Inom t* flurreney B. W W...... H. D.Da.jI..tB.I. IX.) be and the sea .la hereby agreed to and of Florid relating to Census and Apportionment .
Mr. A. J. O..den J. L Thoman. 8. T. Wa" m R. a. haJI be aubmltted to the elector, of the State be. and th* same I I., hereby agreed to
DY..riaIw' Murrhe* A. J. P......, J. 3. WI1.Mr a. B. Wandltt ... A.D..1k.r11LrJ at the neneral) election to b* held. .on the ft retToeaday and shall be submitted to th'* elector. of the In a prvacr.ptfon for MaUria", Chill
MoCwirH Jam F Robert Strut Monday tn Navtnbeyt for approval, or at
RoyPRECINCT W""ln" IL M. after the State of Florida .j..n
the nt General' Election' of Rpre enUtlv" And f'.I. Dtnftie or Hilroui Ferer. t

NO. 5, HAMPTON Cold Caa.. drip and 'Influenza to .b- held the Snot Tursday after. the tint kill* the germ.
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Monday In November, A : __ ___ _
I Tabteta remove ..rtlon 8 of Article 7 of the'onitltutlnn _
QUININE ... that
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*'....der Ada B. the Stab of Florida shall b* TELEGRAPH
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;' PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21 I. I'Jf. .

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wag served I their home here last Sunday. They I
f. I. Bradford County Telegraph I Mrs. Susan Toe ton is spending a 1 were met at Jacksonville by their

... = -.c:.: '- = = few days here at the home of her father, J. V. Jones, who accompam- Bradford High -I
." .1 son Blaine Teston. ed them home.
pt..bJi..h.1 ,-Uund filtered aa
w 1
4 I Martin Blackbhrn, of Jacksonville, E. J. King who was called to the
\ : second class matter, at the pout is a guest at the homo of Mr. and bed side of his sister Mrs. I. J.

> ''t'' office at Starke Florida. I Mrs. T. T. Blackburn this week. I' Swilley, of Tampa, _tljis! week, has
,, .==- .' =-- -:: .. returned to his homo. School Journal d :
'\ .'"" I m. 8. MATTHBWS. ___________ Own r. T1IEKESSA Miss. Daisy Moore who is teach- : j'j'S .

1 "., J. C. ROBINSON.___.___M.n..l.. Bdlter. I Theressa, Oct. 24-:Mr.. and Mrs.E. I ing at New River was the guest of I

., I' S. Sibley visited relatives near her aunt, Mrs. II. B. Weest last PRANK CARPENTER GERALD MIDDLETON I

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Waldo Saturday arid Sunday. Saturday.Mrs. Editor Sport Editor
I e' I. W. Wesley, of Waldo, wasa EUGENE MATTHEWS r
II. Moorer
__ ___ K. was a visitor to ROSA LEVITON I
here last
Hampton Wednesday. business visitor Saturday. ", ..lalant Editor J ok. Editor
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Miss Thelma Andreu, of Starke, is : I
Miss Kathleen Packham, of

Per Year _____ __ ___ __ $1-50 Gainesville, is visiting her parents, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. V. W. JOKES A terrible accident happened at HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR
this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham. i Swindle
I Six Months ___n____.______ 75c Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Faver and "Frank How ? I i school Tuesday when Jacob Green The high school choir was
{ Mrs. II. D. May and daughter, I ya' feeling fell down the stair-way breaking inaulCtI.
Mrs. A. C. Moorer visiting in daughter Miss Mary Blanche] motored Gerald-Rotten. I rated Monday morning when about
---- --- | were every solid bone in hU body, includIng
'I, Hampton Tuesday. to Fairbanks last Sunday. Frank-What's the matter? his head. thirty pupils took their place on the

I Mr. L. L. Youngblood was shopping Gerald-Got insomnia. stage in the auditorium. The singing(

", ( in Hampton Saturday. LAKE BUTLER Frank-How Come? Mozelle Remember that wash. was noticeably Improved. It is hoped

Mr. Will Rowe and sister Mn. Lake Butler Oct. 21-The little Gerald-Woke up twice in history I rag I bought from you last Christ. that more pupils will join the choir

I ('ox and family moved here from son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner class this morning. .: mas? Well the first time I used it it and get same pep in the school sing

Hampton Friday. near New River died Oct. 14, Benjamin faded. ing.
Orie Wiggins On honor I sawa
t Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood my Storkeeper-Well, why didn't you
old. He
Williams only 23 days BRADFORD BRADS
last
I ghost night.
Nealie visited rein-I '
and daughter, bring it back sooner?
was buried in the Sapp' cemetery.
Joe Sistrunk-Yes, I ate too much
tI I .(\".K near Waldo Saturday and Sun-,, Rev. J. B. Crews officiating. The ham for supper, too. Mozelle only used it yesterday, Weeds and sand spurs always

day.Mr. baby died from spinal meningitis.Miss I grow on idle ground.
I Chas Phillips was a visitor to :I Julia Register who teachesthe THE DATE FOR THE FALL INTERVIEWS WITH FAMOUS -
No. 4954 Hampton Saturday. Dobson school spent Saturday MINISTREL HAS BEEN SET AS STUDENTS Certain people and cucumbers arc
(Meiuoershlp in National Highway Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Moore and little I and Sunday with her parents, Mr. NOVEMBER 7TH.] Mozelle McGruder alike. They never agree with you.
Association) son arrived here Sunday night for I,
and Mrs. Charles II. Register. She
a few days visit with her mother,; BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN When interviewed today Mozelle We are all in favor of Davis at
her friend Miss
was accompanied by
One Florida editor asks thIS question Mrs J. E. Owsley. Agnes Johnson. McGruder\ was Jubilant. "I've just cook. And we do not care what La-
"Where has a dollar the most :Mr.. and :Mrs T. M. Hagan of I The regular services of the church decided what I'm going to do when I Fallette.
Mr. L. M. Knight, of BrunswickGa. '
cents?" Probably at a negro crap Hampton visited their daulihter.Irs. ; is now with the Lake Butler I will be held on Sunday. Bible school I get out of school," he said Journal Slogan; It can't be done
game. :\ II. D. May, Sunday. II IIl.lell Pharmacy.John at 9:15: a. m. Divine worship at 11, "What is it," we asked. but here it is. ,
I
_4_ :. rll. C. A. Younpblood and K. and Morris Langneld, LeRoy with a sermon by the pastor on "The "I'm going into grand opera," he

I'asco county Game and Fish S. Sibley were transacting business Mizell and Hal Manies of the University Law of Increase." All members of'Answered I "It's] lucky for me that Don't da your talking through
Protective Association is going after near Waldo Tuesday. I at Gainesville spent last the church are asked to be present Caruso died he left a place open ,false teeth. ,
t. I the game hog in earnest by offer- Saturday and Sunday visiting rela- 'Ito hear the report of the church to that I feel like it's my duty to fill."

.. Ing $25 for every reported violationof HIGHLAND tives and friends in Lake Butler. the Association which meets at Pine ,;j'I' "That's fine" we Congratulated SCHOOL NOTES
the game and fish laws where I Level on Oct. 30 and 31. I him. "What's the first part you're
Highland Oct. 24-J. T. Marr was Miss Estelle Parker and brothc"r
1 ,The Senior Intermediate and JunIor "' The great Paramount picture, The
secured. ?
conviction is going to sing
a business visitor to Jacksonville Clyde, of St. Petersberg, are visiting
.. B. Y. P. U. meeting will be at Mozelle gave an estatic sigh, "Oh Covered Wagon, will be shown at
Tuesday. relatives and friends in Bradfordand '
Where ob where, Is Oxford, Florida Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Grime and chil Union county. 6:30.: These departments are growing I've always wanted to play Romeo in the Gaiety Theatre Monday after- ,
and] boys and girls of all noon, Ooctober 27th, at 4 p. m. for I
lady ages 'Romeo and Juliet he "I
? One "charming young dren, of Tampa arrived Sunday fora Mrs Foster Eddy of Alachua Is gurgled, '
and another "prettymaiden are welcome. Evening worship at think I will make that first role." school children only. The admission
worth $50,000" few days visit with his parents, the happy mother of a fine girl born my 'I
worth $00,000" are advertising Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grlffls. last week. ,7:30.: when the pastor will speak on "You will make an ideal Romeo," will be 25 cents.
J"The Dying Thief." This sermon will'i ''''we All children are advised to see
in the Tampa Tribune as being ). L. Hinfree, of Jacksonville, was Misses Russell Rivers and Dora said, "Shakespeare must have I
i be in connection with a series on this, if possible, for it is very educa-
t "lonely and wanting to marry. transacting business here Friday. Johnson two of our school teachers had you in mind when he wrote that I
Cross" that have been presentIed tional] picture, being a story of the
Miss Ethel Ricks and -B. il. Ricks spent last Saturday in Jacksonville.A |' play.
LAWTEY > during the past few weeks. This early days in our great West.
there's
Thanks only thing
were visitors to Jacksonville Mon- little girl was born to Mr. and one
i particular topic is by request and I I wrong, I'm not tall enough for
P Lawtey Oct. 24-Prof and Mrs. Mrs. L. O. Foskey last week. THE MINISTRELIt
day.Mr. there are no doubt others who are '
i' W. O. DuVall spent the week-end and Mrs. Oscar Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Spires and anxious to hear a discussion of this'but'Romeo. I eat yeast every morning" is hoped that the citizens will
with relatives in Hampt.n. children, Mrs. Wimberly, Mrs Ferris children and Mrs. W. A. Knight and ;( man's action who in the of'' I haven't started rising yet. give their support to the Minlstrel,
Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs J. and Ellis Wimberly, of Stark, children are visiting relatives in agony We turned to go. which Is to be given in the interestof
death committed his eternal interests "
J. McLeod motored to S.arks Friday visited friends here Sunday. I Winter Haven. I to the dying Saviour by his- 'I "Wait a few minutes said Mo- athletics, by going to it and by !
afternoon. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, II. C. Jr., J.U. Miss Kate Epperson who is teaching I zelle "and I'll sing you the 'Sextet telling their friends to go.
side. Bring the children and "
| ).from ,
Miss Dora i'iark' returned here Heed and Rev. J. L. Strickland school in Alachua, spent Sunday your Lucia. .
Saturday after spending a month attended the Black Creek Association -I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. I friends I "No thanks" we answered "We've THE DATE FOR THE FALL
.just remembered an important en- MINISTREL\ HAS BEEN SET AS::
with relatives in Columbia county. held at Evergreen church Friday Epperson. REPUBLICAN TICKET I. I
i Mrs. M. E. Edwards and Mrs. A. Saturday and Sunday. Mayor Charles F. Rivers and chil- I I gagement. I I NOVEMBER 7TH.mo:1d's .
Z. Adkins and children, of Starke Misses Beth Wimberly, Winifred dren spent Sunday in Hampton visiting For Presidential Elector
were visitors her Wed'icsdfiy after Wimberly Anthony Mersereau and relatives. Vote for Six. "
noon. ('arxtin GrilUs attended church at Mrs. II. S. Adkins spent last Saturday
ANNA. E. ALLEN: I
C. R. Sapp, of Jack i transacting business in town Friday. MIJ.H Ella Cirillis returned Sunday daughter. PETEU BARNET'fl i
i Sheriff: W. J. Epperson, of Starke, from a visit with relatives at New- I Dr. J. M. Mann returned from I II II
was a visitors here Friday." berry. Tallahassee Thursday after attend F. F. BINGIIAM l

Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter; Mrs S. A. Bryan and Mrs. D. L.' ing the meeting of the medical boardof JENNIE B. BKANDKNBUr.U: i!
Mian Joyce visited relatives in Lake Kittby; of Starke,. visited relatives which ho is a member. ,
City Saturday.Mrs. here Monday. Prof. I. G. Schell left here Satur H.] D. JEFFRIES I
N. A. Vola roturne'i" to her li. R. William, of Jacksonville, 'day for South Florida for a short
home in Memphis, Tenn., lust week spent tho week-end hero with his while. Prof. Schell:; has' a fine A. K. WELCH;

after spending several weeks hero mother Mrs. Ida It. Williams.II. orange grove near Titusville and
For Member of Congress, 2nd Congressional

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with her sister, Mrsl A. L. Taylor. C. Wimberly Jr. left Monday has gone to inspect ,it. District

There was not any preaching services for a brief trip to Tampa.HAMPTON RROOKERBrooker I Vote for One. I
at Grace M. E. Church Sundayon

account of the illness of the pastor Oct. 21-Misses Inez H. O. BROWNFor !

Dr. Powell. Hampton[ Oct. 21-Mr. Cleveland] Abenathy Gussie Mae Bennett An- Governor
Miss Mattie Harley, of Starke. Sullivan and family, of Theressa, nie Bell Turner Mrs. Hanna An- Vote for One. I I II
spent Sunday here with her parents, were the guests of Mr. Sullivan's dreus, of Starke spent Sunday here I.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley mother Mrs. J. P. Sullivan last with friends and relatives.Mr. W. R. O'NEALFor I

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Humphries Tuesday.Dr. and !Mrs. B. F. Hazen. of San- Attorney General ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register, Parks, of Starke wall a professional tos is spending a while here with Vote for One.
of Starke, were visitors to Lawtey visitor hero this week. friends and relatives. I

+I Sunday afternoon. Mrs r11.; .. McKInney !and son, Hv- Ressie Col3on spent Saturday eve E. B. KURTZ ,
Mrs. E. E. Burney spent several eret Mho have been the guests of 'fling in Graham .

days with relatives In Jacksonville Mr. McKinney's sister Mrs. J. G. Guy Long was attending to busi- For Comptroller
Vote for One. I
'' last week.J. Milligan of I'alatka, have recently ness in Jasper Saturday.W. 1
W. Barber, of Macclenny was a returned to their home. M. Moodyand sons, Percy and M. M. OWENS I
visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Mr. Jessie Cain, of Louise, was a Luther, spent Sunday at Heilbroun.
e Mr. and Mrs M. F. Brown, of business here lust Friday.Mr. Lacy Rigdon spent the weekendat For State Treasurer "t,

Tampa, visited relatives here Thurs- Jack Pursley has as his guest Live Oak with friends. Vote for One. More thrills than can be found in any best seller are within the 1
this week his daughter Miss Margaret Mrs. T. P. Ward was shopping in
day.Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Elizabeth Pursley, of Palatka. Alachua last Wednesday. B. G. SMITH leaves of a bank book of your own. It can be had for the asking

Mrs. J. T. Moore were visitors to Mrs. 11. F. Cheaser is spending this Deby Cone, of High Springs, For Superintendent of Public Instruction and unlike pages of fiction it never grows old.
Starke Friday afternoon. week with her Mrs. last weke here I
A.
sister J. Fennel spent with his mother -
+l .+ Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were of Jacksonville.: Mrs. Emelly Abbott. Vote for One. Each chapter, (an entry of deposit) builds confidence for its owner -

8 visitors to Starke Wednesday. I: Herbert Dorden who is attending Roy Coleman, of Starke spent Add this little book to your collection and you will never regret -

Freda Clark, of Jacksonville, school In Tampa, spent the week- Tuesday afternoon. here. IDA M. OBERLINFor it.Once.
spent Sunday here with relatives.Mr. I end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn, of
and Mrs. J. A. Thompson and A. Durden.Mr. Waldo, spent Saturday afternoon Commissioner of Agriculture I I acquired you will soon appreciate its value to you. We

children, of Macon Ga., have been ,' and Mrs. A. A. Durden and here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. Vote for One. pay 4 pe ent interest on all savings. We can serve you in many
of
here several days at the home
daughter Hilda, were business visitors M. Hazen. J. L. SKIPPERFor
Air. and,Mrs W. C. Wooten. Mrs. to Gainesville last Saturday. Rev. Kickliter of Starke attended profitable ways.Bradford.

Thompson is a sister of Mr. Wooten. Prof. and Mrs. Duvall of Lawtey, church here at the Baptist church Justices of the Supreme Court
Capt. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of' spent Sunday with Mrs. Duvall's last Sunday. Vote for Two.

Starke motored to Lawtey Sunday sister Mrs. C. E. Harper. Misses Marie Raburn and Geneva ,

afternoon. Mr. LeRoy Denison and family, ofLakel3utler Harrell spent Sunday here. I FRED CUBBERL.Y
Mrs. Roy Roberts and two children have moved to the Mul- Mrs. Reddish of Heilbron is spend- WILLIAM M. GOBER County Bank

I returned to their home in West lady cottage this- week. ing a while here with her daughter,
v Palm Beach Friday after spending. Rev. Cressent, of' Clearwater, Mrs. J. C. Cone. For Railroad CommissionerVote
b I several weeks here with her parents preached at the Church of Christ Ralph Hazen has gone to St. for Two. i Established 1889
f I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs. last Sunday morning and evening. Petersburg to begin work.
w I f Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and I The Bradford County Chamber of Mesdames R. A. Weeks, S. V. JAMES T. HODGES i I "Bradford County's Flmncial Stronghold"GET

daughter. Miss Wilma returned Commerce held quite an interesting Russ spent Tnursday in Starke.J. I. O. PRICE
home Sunday afternoon from a twoweeka' meeting at the .
city hall last Friday C. Cone spent Wednesday in -- -- -
trip down the East Coast as evening. Starke with friends.Mr. Paid Advertisement.

11 far as Fort Pierce. I'rof. Lawhorne was a visitor to and Mrs. Alvin Wasdin( and
1' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes of Lake Lawtey last Sunday. Hazel Taylor spent Saturday in NOTICE

t i Geneva were guests of relatives( Mrs. Wm. Reynolds, 'of Waldo, Starke. This is to inform trespassers! that YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

hero Friday.Dr. was the truest of her aunt, Mrs. A.M. :Mrs.. !May Mott spent the yeekendat Magnolia Lodge, Kingsley Lake, Is a
Brittain a Baptist evangelist, : Williams, last Friday." Hague with friends. private residence and the custom of INMAN &. RITCH

i of South Florida, was a visitor here Miss Eva Williams was a business Mrs. Cyntha Lopez who broke her careless campers of using it as a REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

Friday. visitor to Starke this week. leg about two months ago is able to !camp must cease. INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE
v1_ J. P. Tatum, of DeLand was the Last Tuesday C. A. Britt whose be out again It LUCIA S. ALVAREZ Owner. ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE ,
,
truest of Mr. and Mrs. George farm is located about ,
1 Roberts of town killed two miles out MRS. LULA MONTGOMERYThe er, brother sisters and aunt were BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
a large rattlesnake
\ Dr. and] Mrs. W. I. Powell and R. also with her.
the length of which six MADE PROMPTLYSASH
was feet. It death of !herself with the
Mrs. Lula Montgomery She connected
-
i' R. Thcde were visitors to Starke carried fifteen rattles.
'a Monday The ugly of Orange Park, occurred on church (11\ early life. She always -
monster crawled out of Mr. Britt's Tuesday October 7, 1924. worked with diligence for upbuild --- -
Mrs. E. E. Burney and H. R. Sapp
cane patch and his
visited relatives in the Rising settle attenton was called : ]- She was the daughter of Rev. A. ing the cause of Christ. She was
ment Monday.The to it by a colored; man who was I J. McKinney and Fanny M. McKinney one of the organizers and builders BRICK LIMECEMENT

Ladies Aid of Grace M. E. riding along the road.. Mr. Britt ; formerly of Lake Butler but of Orange; Park Baptist church of DOORS LUMBER
went to the
church met with Mrs. A. L. Taylor darkey's rescue; with on- now of Starke. She was born October I which she was superintendent of the
ly hoe for I
Thursday afternoon. Quite a large; in a killing the a weapon but succeeded 0, 1875 and was married William Sunday school for past three years BUILDERS HARDWARECONSUMERS /

number were present. After the business reptile.Mr. Montgomery, of Conway, S. C., June I i and she was president of the Wo- SHERWIN.
d session a delicious salad course Cecil Moore who has accepted 14, 1806.! To that union there were i,i man's Missionary Union of her dlsI WILLIAMS .. E.-"i.
a position with _
the Telegraph fa
nine children born of which eight are trict. .
t Habitual Constipation Cared Company at Clearwater spent the now living, namely: Mrs. Rutilla )I I She was the foster nether of PAINT, ', Building
j + In 14 to 21 Days week-end with his parents, Mr. and. Durden of Bostwick and Wiley K'j I every child in the town of Orange KYANIZE, I
"LAX-FO6 WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- Mrs. D. W. Moore. Montgomery William A. Montgom-j I'Park. To know her wn 11 love her. II VARNISHES /

prepared Syrup Laxative for Habitual MUses May, Evelyn and :Marion ery, of J Jacksonville Claude, Mary I She is survived by mother, father, r'
Constipation. It rvlievrs promptly and LUMBER
should be taken regularly for H to 21 daysto Jones, who have spent the sunyner Frances, J. F., Alberta and Coatsy three brothers and a sister !all of COM A

Induce regular action. It StimulAtes and months with their Itrandfather'l Montgomery of Orange Park. Starke. Our, sympathy goes to the [ STARKE FLORIDA'f''f'
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c Frank Nichols and All were at her bedside at the bereaved family. ,

I per bottle. In Philadelphia, Penn., returned to i'ye' I i time of her death. Her father, moth- A Friend.





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