Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02253
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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intablished 1879. Sabscripiion Per Year $1.50 Six Months, 75c. Payable; iD'O : : \:
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Facilities for Traveling Public I i. .J All farmers, and citizens of" Bradford and adjoining counties i I '-Pit Girl --. Method of HandlinQ 'I l ruck
Will Be Greatly Improved interested in the growing of tobacco are urged to attend a mass I Crows of This Section Will

By Additions to Present I meeting of the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce to be held ll Have Attention of Trans-

Depot Building in Starke at the courthouse next Friday afternoon 2:30 P. M. I portation Committee .

All members of the Chamber of Commerce are expected to be ,
I l'lu Hiiulford County Chamber of:
The railroad commissioners of the present. Officers of the organization in different !sections of the 11 l .oinnieifiheld its meeting in ththimiiK

(ate of. Florida have issued their county are urged to get.behind this movement and have a full at- 1 town of 1-uwtey last Friday) ;
alterations and additions I
lci for
and from their \'I'nl1llIlt the Woman's Club build
tendance of farmers citizens section. Mr. Sanders
and freight
thL prevent passenger I IIIK.. Interest in the business of thi
p"t maintained! by the Seaboard I I a tobacco man of wide experience will attend this meeting anj '' sfssuinas' not lacking, and that

Ei'r Line in Starke;' This order pro I autfu>8 with the organization
filefor the construction cf) new will give valuable information on the growing and handling of this t r.je ;i .

itlll" rooms on the site between money crop. Bradford County citizens, get behind this movement :coun-ty I ,

So present station and Ninth >street / II i "runniest of twenty-four of her citi-
L &o construction of suitable sheds and work your hardest to establish a sure money crop in ttys sec- I I II."IIH, 1':vI'ry suction of the countyi

ongside the trucks for the protec- i tion, that will in i no way interfere with the growing of your present I! I i \\ represented at this gathering.
r>n "of passengers and the hard sur- I I II | President D. I E. Knight culled thoi

'IU K of the station grounds be. i IJ I crops. I i U1<'I.t'lIl1'' to older at eight o'clock and

.keen :Ninth'I! and Tenth streets. __ I < "' "' .", l lAvTOC 1 Irhe ifgului outer of business taken .

Thl' 'issuance of this order by the I ( 7flj \,; up| Minutes of the session. held at

lilroacl< commissioners brings to a Hampton were read and also the
made UOHIIERY ON ..LAKE BUTLER KEYSTONE: IIEKilirS SHOWING Miss Goldu FOII.ett has distinction board
Sf' a determined fight by the nnimti'M 1 rf the meeting of the
y officials and citizens interested HO.\I) STEADY GROWTH of running the greatest |I..r governors held in Starke.I .
better facilities at the gateway to hog show in the world as Secretary I ;Nineteen' additional members from
Sheriff Hrannvn of Union county Keystone Heights, the hustling little and Manager of the National
rke. Failing in their efforts to .SUirke wire repotted by the membership -
HENRY FORD advised the officials hero that a city twelve miles southeast of Swine Show held annually at Pe-
needed improvements added toe I committee. Thu additions reI -
ve traveling nflln going from Starke to Starke 4s showing a growth towns orla. III., where some 1600 cham I'
present passenger facilities bye SPECIAL MUSIC AT PRESBYTERIAN Lake Butler had been held up and of.. older origin would have occasion plon porker* from' all over the U. I polled 1 at this meeting brings thoenrolled
council to Ip7. The necessity -
railroad the city finally membership
CHUKCII robbed of $25 in cash Tuesday night, to be proud of. New homes and busirless S..enmpete. ,,
before the railroad of the cooperationof
aced the matter - --- securing'
-- the robbery taking place in L r.ton houses have completed recently, IUtVTVENDORSES
In the
l mmissioners, and asked that the thu farmers of the county
At both and
' morning evening county at a point where a small a combined bath house, dancing pavilion :MU. C.UF.EN; : : is rvnlltod
additions work of the organization ;
iniprove- I
essary and services of the church ,
Presbyterian forced and theatre
condition is
bridge in dilapidated nearing comple
', ents be required of th/ Seaboard. each music will be Fin"October: II\ 1921.1) one of thu mum purposes being to
Sunday special the traveler to low down in making tion on the lake front. Cement sidewalks Miami ,
held Starke in old l and tho farmer-clti-
A hearing was in part of the services. All invited to the crossing. After relieving his are being laid throughout the To The Voters of Florida: encourage
and evidence sub- and to bring In additional set
uly of this zen
"kd year come. victim of J\his ready cash he was advised town and crews ore busy claying the In my speeches in thu North in
1;. itted to the commissioners by both tlers to tlevlop our farming commun-
wide of the Democratic ticket will
by the lone highwayman to beautiful streets. support
) preservatives of the railway and white passengers lti,,". The work of .securing the enrollment -
ywb travel fast and not look back. The deny mo the pleasure of cnnvui'iruFlorida i
Tho road leading to Keystone
\ in the chamber
the town. An examination of the of the farmers -
f A foe centred
( ) waiting room behalf of state and
Sheriff in our
. to
robbery was reported from Starke while
% station was made by the not yet and their regular attundancu at
yelient to contain not less than :
embers of the commission after the passengers Ilrunnen by the salesman upon his complete is in fairly good shape and the weekly meetings Is tho primaryobject
t 450 feet of floor space.g I-....
I C arrival in Lake Butler and effort
the distance
' ournment of the meeting and can be covered In thirty of ,the membership committee.It .
Orr!) found that the freight ( ) A toilet for colored women to I to apprehend the highwayman wan minutes. It i is the desiru of both I waif decided to continuo thu
: d ey passenger facilities were Inado.i contain not less than 48 square feet.I made by that officer. He notified the Starke and. Keystone citizens that I I StAtu Candidates In this statement weekly meetings of the body and to<

i Bata to the of of floor space, and to be connectedwith surrounding towns to be on the look- I this road will be hurdsurfuccd be-I II beg to call attention to the im- alternate thu plucu of meeting with
fflc. meet the said waiting room for colored out for the stranger giving a good ,. foro many months. I i I perativu necessity of electing a Dcm- I the towns of Starke: I-iiwtey and
passengers.h description to the officers ocratic Congress to support
The order in full as issued by the MINSTKEL AT SCHOOLOne 1! Democratic national ticket which we Hampton.Tha ,
( ) A toilet for colored men to committee reportedthat
mmissioners, fallows: COUNTY'. TEACHERS ASSOCIATION I expect to elect In November. A President I II
contain not less than 48 square feet I plans weru being made for the
1. Pursuant to Notice No. 340,
of the classiest little
big out policy
is to a
I helpless carry J I
of floor and to be connectedwith issuance of leaflet setting out thefacts
,ted July l 1924 the above space a
minstrels will be staged at the Schoolhouse unless ho has u Senate und Ilouso in
, said waiting room for colored main about Bradford county
ttoned matter came on for formal I
I Bradford County teachers met auditorium next Friday Nov- sympathy with hint I
fcfcaring before the Railroad Commissioners passengers. Saturday morning in the office of tho ember 7th. This show in under the Florida is a Democratic State; her [ this leaflet to serve until thu uuin-

: of the State of Florida, on (i) A hard surfaced platform, of I County Superintendent, II. Q. Wiggins director of Nat Sternhcrg and a Congressmen are not only Democrats I I I I mlttue could develop plans and secure
the ]l.-ith; day of July 1921 In the reasonable width and of standard I: the material. necessary for the
and the attendance was good great\ show is assured. Tho proceedswill but Progressive. )
Bounty Court House at Starke Flor- I, height above rails, to completely issuance of a folder.
considering the continued rain. go tu tho school athletic associ They are in hearty sympathy with
'a; and at said hearing there ap- surround said new passenger depot, A round table talk was participated ation. Admission 25, 50 and 75c. I the progressive record of the party A cnmmitti-e on transportation
geared the following named inter- the roof of said depot to project over wan added. to the standing committees
in and many problems of vital Interest ----- und in sympathy with the progresaivu I
*ted persons: said platform in all directions so as: to tochers were discussed.The IN COUNTY JUUCil.'S COUKI1 platform adopted by \the Democratic I i of the body This committee will
W. L. Stanley Vice-president L. to afford reasonable shelter for consist of live members und will
; ; following officers were elected Party at New York Judge
Burns Superintendent; C. E. for passengers using said platform. for this school year: State of Florida! vs George Cannon Green bus made an enviable record handle the problems arising In the ,
Uller. Assistant ) A shed to commence at defendant charged with assault transportation of the county's truck
Freight Tarffic (j canopy President, C. L. Lawhorn. In the offices which tu has hold! and
Managerv.; D. Simpson and C. S. the semaphore now standing at the Vice-President, Miss Carolyn and buttery. Plead guilty and fined I of brilliant, career crops to the northern markets. Tliu
Connor engineers; and T.-J. Griffin, old combination ntatlon of said com- Fripp. $10 and all costs or live months in gives Congressman.promise I a earnestly urge !I membership of this committee will

:Agent( ; all appearing on behalf of pany at said town and lo. extend Jail. as lie announced a("tonight's/ muetlngr.
; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs every Democrat to. be at the pulls submitted,
Seaboard Air Line south along-side of and aij-icont to i Thu board of governors
Railway Anderson; Miss Ethel Griffin assist FINE: JAPANESE PERSIMMONSFred ; and vote for GREEN and thu entire for
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the main line track of said company the constitution by-luwp approval.
,1S. Crews and D. E. : (and connected with the roof of ant. Democratic ticket. I After the adoption of amenJmontn -
Knight atOrneye up
Program committee, S. S. Dowling, Beck, who lives on the former Very truly yours, motion mode l IyIr.: J. C.
and C. F. Hoover Chairman said new passenger depot) to the." was
chairman Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Boat- JENNINGS fJUYAN.
:ot Town Council north boundary line of said Ninth Fling place, brought two Japanese Kohlnson. seconded 1 hv Mr. 1. M., AI-
appearing for then
wright and Mrs. J. T. Moore. persimmons to the Telegraph.
of Starke.E. I street, and then to again commenceat I To The Voters of The Second Congressional :< vuitI.,, t lli"'> I Lia.l'.nuil' and It.
office Saturday, being the largest of
E. M. Thomas the soutb boundary line of eaid | was unanimously curried.
J M. Brownlee, District:
!MEETING OF BOY SCOUTSA the variety seen this On measured .
year. E.: S. Mittthuwt.
,.arid G. M. Inman, appearing for the Ninth street and to further extend 12 inches in circumference and Permit mu to again express to I i Motion by Mr. :

general public. south along-side of and adjacent to number of Boy Scouts met Friday the other 11 1-2 inches. Major Deck you my profound gratitude for your I that a commltteo be appointed, for

, 2. And after taking the test.llonylof !- said main line track for a further < evening at the home of Scout- has several trees on his place and generous support given mo fit the road) tieuulificution in Itradford coun-

. : all\ witnesses proffered!, andfjtfjter distance of 100 feet; the floor of said master II. L. Browtlee.. the object of although only four year of age, has Democratic Primary, June Cth. I ty to work with thu clubs und oth..rThis will
<<: hearing all parties desiring to canopy shed to be suitably hard surfaced the being to take tests. earnestly solicit your support at the jorganl/atiuns.: committee
meeting secured good each .
l heard of standard height above I crops sea..on.Last November I assist In the planting, of Mower! and
[ >* said Commissioners took and Among those taking tests were Owen year he gathered two bushels general election to bit held l on of tho
II d 1 matter under advisement. I rails. Griffin first aid James William from alone. 4th., and trust that every I([ shrubbery along the highways
; one tree The fruitill
8. And now on this day said mat-i (k) A suitable ticket office with a I Brownlee, first aid to animals and flan and of fine flavor. white Democrat will turn out at thu I county, In line with the work beingcarried
counties of
t., coming on for further conslde- ticket window opening into the wait- athletics; Allen Long, point on polls and endorse und approve thu I forward by other
t'Wi, and said Commissioners being I ing room for white passengers anda tenderfoot. While these two persimmons rep- party's choice by voting for me and the state.

$ i1y advised in the premises do ticket window opening into tine! I Scout officials present were: T. N.Llmbauh resent the largest fruit gathered the other nominees of our Great I'nr- Mr. Matthews spoke on the sub-

2I.xkI from the evidence adduced be- waiting room for colored passengers. J. Quigley, 8. S. Dow- this fall, Major Beck stated that last ject of tobacco growing as a money

lqte them at said hearing, and from I 5 And it is further ordered that. ling and Scoutmaster II. L. Brown- year he measured one 14 inches in ty.I have u Republican opponent in crop for thin section, on the cultureof

.*n examination and inspection cfI the Seaboard Air Line Railway Com- I lee. circumference. These trees have received the person of Mr. II. O. Drown; a this crop and what It has done for

tW present freight and passenger I pany be and is hereby ordered and. but little care and fertilizer, Republican meeting was held in i'n- counties in this section of the state

.facilities of said company at sad )I directed I : VALUABLE TRACT OF the soil in this particular locality apparently latka during the month of July lid I and South Georgia. The chamber of s i

,4xrwn. that the existing passenger I To hard surface all that certain I CLAY COUNTY LANf being well suited tp this nominated a full Republican tick-t, commerce will undertake to secure I

.*riJ freight facilities and accomod.ins ; space or parcel of said company's delicious fruit.BAITIST including !Mr. Brown for Compress' for the farmer who desire to !grow i

>ns of the Seaboard Air Line HaiJ- property (including the house track R. F. Demorest and H. E. Lager- CHURCH BULLETIN from our District.i This committee or this I'rothu/ services of an expert ,

wily Company at Starke Florida, : and space between the said track and gren were busy last week running the! a subdivision thereof is now mvin' :* in the planting, growing and curingof

.*inadequate to meet the the freight platform and warehouse) boundary lines of the former's do- The services of the-church on' Sun- printed in some of the newspapers < f tobacco. It was pointed out that

V". requirements of traffic. 1'easCon-1( lying between Ninth and! Tenth main of seven square mile of landin day next will be full of Interest to our district long and misleading; letters many suctions of the county have

[f. Wherefore, it ordered that streets and bounded on the east by Clay county. This land is situated every member of the church and con- and signing them "Publicity soil particularly adapted to the

b-t Seaboard Air Line Railway Com I the old and new depots and on the nn Trail Ridge and Is over 200 feet :i gregation. We will have entered the 1. Committee of the Second l Congressional :growing of tobacco. Arrangements/
any be and is hereby ordered and west by the company's "team t".';" I above sea level. It is well timbered' month of November, the month District of Florida" They are were mudu for the culling uf.. mass

I'dphKted: located directly west of said depot; I and would make the finest cattle I I 1 which closes our State Conventionyear. asking our ironclad Democrats to meeting In Starkn at an early date

*;' erect and construct a new pasatltyter so that vehicles carrying. passengersmay I ranch in the state, abounding in I We are in for victory thU violate their Primary election oaths to secure a large attendance of

depot at Starke, Florida to safely and conveniently enter : grasses of all kinds and perennial''''month. By the last Sunday in thu and obligations and go over to them farmers. The details of the growing

*, 'located on that certain piece or the depot grounds of said company spring branches. i month: we are going to lay before and thus inviting. again the days of und harvesting of the crop will betaken

';3Mutcel of land belonging to said com- from either Ninth or-Tenth streets the Lord our complete pledge to the Carpetbaggers, Political Scalawags up at this mass meeting an.Jelrortl

,pa2ly and lying west of the track ofsaid and safely and conveniently receive OPPONENTS SHIPMENT I Seventy-five Million Dollar Campaign and black supremacy made to secure tho growingof
: company and between the old and discharge passengers from and on The members and. friends are I admonish you not to permit pet a considerable acreage

*tfoaid town and Ninth Street of depot and so that vehicles Bartow Fla., Oct. 2 Opponents victory may be won. Come and into forsaking your friends and Par JlOVS'IIIJ: GIIU.S .VriENT1oNIWatch :

Mt4 town; and such few i 1"<"ner! I carrying freight may convenientlyenter 'of green fruit shipping from hear about it on Sunday morning. ty. It is far better to differ from the old witch a. she stir

depot shall be provided 'ith the said grounds from either headed by Nathan Mayc, state lo'lorida.1 commissioner j The Bible school meets at 9:45 a. persons within your own camp thanto her Kettle and see the wonderful'
lawing facilities: f"I-1 Ninth or Tenth streets and safely! be a prisoner in the camp of the
of agriculture, won a"moral" m., with classes for all ages Divine things appear. For ten cent you get
.(a) A waiting for white and conveniently receive and discharge unit-
room passengers enemy. Our political enemy is
I victory in circuit c->iirt worship at 11:00, when the pastor a mysterious package.
to contain not less than freight from and on the here today when the Genii) Hrotb- I will speak on "Spiritual Opiates." ed, they are on the qualified list of Woman', Club tonight.
600 square feet of floor space freight platform, and receive: .-nJ voters, they will vote, doubt it not, ...
.(1a t ) A rest room for white women, I discharge freight at said company's ers, one of the :largest growing and I The young people of the three therefore it behoves us to leave our riiAMHF.iTTtF'nrM: :
and! receive and shipping concern in the s.ate, with Unions will\ gather at 8:30: p. m. The OF
tOoiecmtain; not less than 85 square freight warehouse respective ,vocations for the day and HAS MKMIlKltSIIIP: 107
feettf floor space and to be con- j 1 discharge carload freight from and drew their pending suit for an injunction evening .service. is evanglistlc. Fifteen spend the day at the polls in the behalf With the names added at ton

netted with and open into the wait- into cars standing von said team against interference by minutes .,f song at the openingis of our candidates and the cause meeting of the Chamber of Commerce

waiting room for white passengers. I track. state fruit' inspectors who Saturday always enjoyed, especially the old of Democracy.I at Lawtoy last Friday eveniig.

jJc!1 )jtA toilet for white women, to I 6. It is further ordered that the had Sheriff Logan sei-i 1.000 boxes hymns meet with favor. The sermon have not campaigned since tho the total membership of thin huitlinif -

contain not less than 45! square feet j I work of constructing the new passenger of grapefruit near Luke Wales. At will be on "The Dying Thief." This Primary because I believed and !ttill i oririirn/tition. now stand at 107;,
I tl4! time the fruit was seUe-J, it wi. Is one of series the Cross that
offloor| < space and to be connected depot herein required and the a on believe that the White Democrat I with the rm-rnln-rship committeesstill
witt and open into said rest room I' work of making the other improve- being artificially Co tore J in the have brought together large congregations will stand farmly by their nominee; at work. Thin. enrollment .p... -'

fortwnite women. j jXJ ments herein required shall commence to grove where it Wit picked; according Come with your familiesand you already know me and you know I well for the spirit shown by Bradford -
; ;JJA smoking room for whitepe.ulengera soon as practicable and shall friend. my platform, I have publiahed it by citizens and is an indication of

to contain not less than I be fully completed by March 1, 1925. letter and bymouth from one side of I their awakening to the possibilities

Sj 'iqqare\ feet of floor space and to II Done and ordered by the Railroad the district to the other. I again of thin section which can only be developed -

bifeonnected with and open into the Commissioners of the State of Florida licit your support and predict o-I by organised effort Farmer

waiting romm for white aeaengers. 'I in session at their office In the Chamber of Commerce Meeting we will carry the District. ninety .are coming Into the organisation;

(1LIA toilet for white men. to con-I L'iUHf Tallahassee Florida this rent Democratic. they represent the m,..-t ,important

Lt -?DOt less than 45 square feet of 23rd day of October 192R. -&. I R. A GRKKN.: : | hu'ira" in' the c"'unt\ mil th"v areiriji'.l

ftoe 'apace, and to be connected with HUDSON BURR starke 8:00 I Dciii'H-ratii i )ti .mace' For dm."reSwoml <, to atti-iid tho -. 'iimtiiirf, *'

raad b open;: into aid smoking room( for' Chairman. ToniQhFriday, :; District, of Florida. !I ,"u" 'ry "urekrabfnr

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TAXING INTANGIBLE: I ing the railroads and other distributors -I duced their wealth. He added the various states walt( ,
--_. ", .. PROPERTYAn for taxes. That makes about I Florida could earn a high place in suffer similarly! and predicted

.. .0- -'li' $20. If he buys the car for $180 he j I the estimation of the world if it might have to resort they
rJ' to
; ; higher >
, --lt I HAh.yt. amendment the state constitution has, in fact, actually paid the government made a determined effort to find the rest taxation.FatW : iI,.
that deserves favorable $70 for the privilege of buy- remedy for the condition which now

consideration from the votes thl ing the\ car for $110. But his burden imposes practically all the burdensof

Temptatious": fall has to do with the taxing jt intangible has just begun. He pays a state government upon the classes "T r*
property.In license tax of $8. He is soaked another which, at thin time, are too weak to
-- = brief, the amendment proposes themsclvt's.-Ex. State Ems*
'"=--=' == dollar for "registration of title. defend p
--------- state tax of not .nore than live For _. .
What difference didit a every gallon of gas he buys he i *.v .L "*
IN WHICH SHE IS PHtUtU Warren Fisher. love mills on bonds, mortgages, and must fork over 3 cents to the state.
? He ,
make if he did flirt EXEMPTED; BONDS
all similar property at present ;practically -
could At least two cents of the profit on a
After the hop at Barrancas l Igfoke uxquiHitely. "Curtis! Wright exempt from taxation the TOTAL 13 BILLIONS
The Coddinfito gallon of gasoline is for taxes paid
early next morning. take unpopular Anne idea involved in to lessen the taxation -
of casement windows that and to the devil!" I murmured, by the dealer and producer. That Higher Direct Taxation May Result r ji
group: go burden holders anJ developers -
on means net tax of 5 cents gallon.\
a a
the living I If Docs Not Act.
into one bock into Congress
faced me were and skipped 1 of real estate and place nart: o f He will probably use 500 gallons the I
of blue-like stained where Ellie was moving
great splotch into room from love tho cost on persons! who are deriv- first year. That means $2;) more paid Washin ton.-The exempt securi-
windows. Slipping shine softly
church-glass looked making light ing Income from capital or its ''quiv out on taxes. When he has owned ties the hiding place of great wealth,
I over and in far corners."Where've
my negligee ran ly lamps Sallie? Not lent. the Ford a year he can figure that have increased in volume nearly a
rr..: out at the resurrection of the mining. you been, "the An. example of the present unjust he has paid taxes to the amount of billion dollars in the last thirty days,
iM. It was the time of day when mooning. She called to me gaily; taxation be -nkon 'n
could hear the links and have system of can $101 on a few visible items, to say and there are now nearly $13,000-
little things are stirring. I boys are in from
the man who purchases a home for nothing of of bonds out-
j of the the innumerable smaller 000,000 of this type
of the birds the 'life
the first shy twittering been screaming for 174.
$5,000 paying $1,000 down and the the
that taxation charges wrapped up in the standing, it was revealed at
oleander trees Here they are now.
.' In the tropical party. balance in monthly or annual payments transaction.It department today. ,
reached to tho window; thjir And with their arrival came Cato treasury
up of cocktailsand secured by a mortgage tn tie ia the in other Prohibition or the curbing of this ,
tops all ending in clusters of shell- with his magical tray same every I
i. tho resounded place. transaction. The and class of investment was the cause ofa
pink blossoms. Leaning out I caught in a few moments room ia consumer user ,
in fingers and the tug at its! with good natured small The man with $1,000 invested of products has to bear all the bur- hectic fight in the last congress. I,
one my taxed for the whole ot the $5.000
flowers and den, and proved under all the handi- The enormous Increase in the bonds
stem aroused its companion talk laughter. I
home. The who loans the $4,000to
and mother and dad : Fully fourth of the income outstanding since then makes it cer-
e who sent up a sea of fragrance "It's a good thing < caps. j I
finance the remaining payments
I drank in their sweetness. are in Cuba," laughed Ellie as one of ot every man w u earns less than j, tain that the next congress meeting ti
derives cent on
," It was chilly, my chiffon negligee the boys, who had been drinking a his and per taxes what- $3,000 a year is -neaked away from ] in December, will be called upon to

, :y was too thin for the early morning. I lot, began snapping the fragile soever.money The man pays who no owns the home him by the federal state and municipal -, renew the battle. At the time of the
I looked about for something wi'h stems of tho glasses. governments tjr taxes, and the i, last fight, treasury officials estimated -
the taxes but also the
not only I
about like tho climate so pays smaller his income tne greater the tho total amount of tax exempt
more warmth to put my "Hope they
cost of upkeep of the home and for I
ShOUI'j there f'rever," responded proportion he has to securities at around ten billion dol
ders and seeing my evening well they'll stay whatever Improvements he mak's pay. I Jc'tcItson i11eI
A ''chair where I had flung! it a the destroyer. that results in betterment to the For this situation a remedy must lars.
hours'earlier, I wrapped it around J "Hera's hoping they won't comeback .. be found. People are slow to resent I Some reform in this matter is necessary I
tne .
state ana to
: ma snugly and settling down in the before mornln'-won't comeback community.The grievances, but wrongs imposed upon if the income tax is not to be
: silken pillows of the window sear, before mornin';" another began state government, supported them have a cumulative effect.. The 'Increased 1 in the lower brackets. I
the of the real estate
by taxes own-
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of the
dreaming. Everythin.;f longer this situation on tho Under Secretary Treasury -
resumed my Hinging./ goes I
er, protects both the owner and the
fresh and lovely, another "Ti-ll what violent will be the final Winston asserted.
out of doors was so And still : you derives more reao-
The latter
the sparkling dewdrops making! the let's do, let's stay up all night, shoot mortgagee.the benefit through- tion. Florida may be no worse than Returns from larger incomes are ,

blades of grass and trees resplend crops, play poker and have a reg'Ur enforcement greatest of the laws that makes the average state, but somu of its ; steadily decreasing, he said, because .--
conscious of 11y We'll I into town taxations trifle "raw" of high surtaxes and the easy es-
ent. Suddenly I was all night party. go are a more
intruding odor-that was not 'he for hum un' when day is duwnin/ It possible for his investment to be than host states now tolerate and ;|[ cape for great wealth offered by the : HOW DOCTORS TREAT
;:' oleander--no, it was stale and heavy. "I've a better idea than th 1t." but that the legislature owes it to itself to I itax, exempt investment field.
.'- It came from the remains of several Judith McLean\ suggested. It'll'i1.l- the There burden can no should question be devote a part of its earnest! study of I Treasury officials lay the blame

.w cigarettes in a near-by receiver. or." Judith couldn't drink very much tax owners of all forms of equalizedwith property the problem in its local aspects.So 1 for the increase in tax exempt bondson COLDS AND THE flU
hove noticed her were starry. far economists have discovered the high surtaxes retained in the I
",'f T They seemed to no partn and eyes sharing alike in the cost of tho government -
;; the picture and I flung them far out (To bo continued) that and aid only two forms of taxation which 1921 revenue bill. In that bill, Sec- I To break
protects cold
Mellon\ contended unsuccessfully up a over night or tn ,I'I '
somehow the One is retary
, But falls
of the window. actually capital.
estate snort attack of _
them. To tax only real Is to I an grippe, intlueiua or i
;', spell was broken pnd thoughts of the rOKDNEY LAW LICENSE TO penalize home owning, farms find the inheritance tax airainst which for a maximum surtax of 23 throat physicians and drug i'18 ,u,. ,

',. dance came surging. I remembered STEA all development.The there is an organized fight now to per cent as compared with the 50 recommending Calolalis, t h.nj..- i I'I
V Warren Fisher and felt a wave of only in the forestall' the inevitable public awakening percent then in the law and, a com I Calomel tablet, that is. purified) fnnu' d,i j
question comes
4 ,'. his wife had I land promise finally was reached which and sickening effects. Tlu .
s embarrassment. After Herbert Quick has written (he'hottest" The other is a tax on eerous >-< limiting of the millage of the intangible
t j> treated me so cold, I lost interest in values, as distinct from improvements I fixed the present rate at 371-2 per have tried i it my that it acts like mate[ i. I
book of the season. Its property tax. Every effort !
fur more effective and certain than ,
that I cared I
the It wasn't form of which "is
party. -some commonly -
"The Real I Trouble With the should be made to avoid penalizing cent.A etle calomel, heretofore !, dphysicians. 1 '
about his being married, for I realized title is, : capital. Its Is limited I called the "single tax." The material decrease in revenue I, reconmiem

that;;. the attraction I had felt for Farmer." Very early In the actionof ; and any taxation earning cuts power that earning I latter, especially, is worthy of serious has likewise been the result of the Ono or two Culotabi at bed time ,

n him was superficial, but I resented his tale of suffering by the men I power directly. Therefore the tax consideration here, because here I high rate inheritance taxes, Winston I I a swallow of water.-that's all. No ill, _

being placed in the position of having and women who run the farms of' should be low enough to enable Florida are millions of acres of unused land I II said.!' In the past four years, according no nausea nor the slightest intent r. m .
\ r' Mis. Fisher think I was mad to continue I held, practically without cost to the j to Winston, the 25 per cent I I with eating, work or pleasure. Next:; m' r ,
America, he puts his finger on what as u favorable field
f husband. I inheritance tax has caused a ing cold has vanished and _
jf about her !good-looking. I owners, until the growth of the state your your -i
Well, I was not mud about him, had he thinks is the first big trouble to It place must money also be to taken loan. Indo consideration shall enable them to secure a big tion In revenue from this redllc-1 j I tern feels refreshed and piirif'r-H.' Cal;, ,, II-

not been mad about him, and never the tarilT. Compared with what he I price for it. Their' profits In that I onethird.A are sold only in orlz;na1 sealed pncku. .
in fixing! a tax rate on j 6ft- i' price ten rents for the .
' thu'l' veoHoc".I > would be for that mutter. will be due the industry continuation of this trend
v says of the Fordney-McCumber law, tangible property.that only a quarter CAMe wholly to I thirty-five rents for the large family pi I ,
Right at that moment there was all of the utterances: of campaign valuation is placed on tangible : and enterprise of the people generally -j I disclosed, with an acceleration by an:*. Recommended and guaranteed I I""rdrugeiot

only one person I wanted to see. speakers and writers are so mild as property-real estate-for taxation and to no service rendered( by reason of the increase in the maxi- ,i' *. Your money back It you arc u "a i
That was Curtlss Wright, and with to be almost complimentary. After purposes. Unless the same rule of them. Certainly, it is only fair that mum rate from 25 to 40 per cent, delighted.-adv.

the thought of him I became very giving figures to show what the partial valuation is adopted in the they should turn a portion of their will soon eliminate the source of revenue I

lonely lie was HO different from tarilT does to the farmers) Mr. Quick one as in the other, taxation will winnings over to the people who pro- Winston said. ---
the other men with their "hotlines, condemns it and its authors in such I still' be unequal.The I II
r as Kllio: called them. If he ever fell sentences as these:
. legislators, in considering the
', in love with it would be the .
a girl "This is a showing of nothing: mutter, placed the millage at a .
. '1;'F big love of his life, tho one real livIng short of corruption on the part of maximum of five. This will bear out I Age Challenged by Youth I .

. r throbbing adventure! and he'dbe the congress and the administrationwhich i equally if a fifty per cent valuationIs _. ,
:; true to her in thought and deaf put this law on the statute made. This will bear out equally -
'))1" ,
not a flirt like Warren Fisher. And books. No charity can cover its It ,
a fifty per cent valuation Is made. .
If. he hated flappers. I wondered( Fistula and Oilier
yet- enormity. This, we believe, is the intention and Rectal Diseases
i'S if I had been reared in a different environment I "What the tariff may be, it Is a endorse the adoption of the amend- ry SucecMfully Treated tf the

5 if I could have been the i license to steal." aent.-Polk County Record. AMBULANT METHODNo

dream-girl he wanted. I This follows a showing by figures I hmplta. no cpmtlon, no nfcn.no,
'' If mother had lived I would II from home, no Ion ot time, no interfer-
my that the iron and steel schedule puts
I I THE HANDICAP OF TAXESA I I mce with social .nunnumentn.
't" not have been 11 flapper. She wi.4 ut'j $2,282,000,000 into the pockets of ; Send for my Free Booklet-

,:' ; tractive and charming, and could te the protected manufacturers and. on- cynical economist once remarked I Cunnff file and Other Rectal

'". frlvoluus, and yet she had depth of ly i.890,5-)0; into the treasury of the that the most important canon of I II Ii I Dtaeaaea" It explains every

.. mind unlike most of my frlen! 111' : United States. taxation Is to pluck the goose so as i thing

tl';" mother and a yearning for mental ;, Tho farmers, Mr. Quick says, were to: get the most feathers with the I II Dr. Gco. L. Dickerson

v attainment. She had wanted me to given a tariff on farm products leAst squawking. A survey of the tax'' I RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALIST

accomplished and urged me to study I which does them no good, but was system of the state and nation would I' tray Main St. Oppo.II KnM '

I art and go on with my music "with placed in the bill for the sole purposeof indicate that this principle has been Phone' Second Nee l Hivnr JACKSONVILLE Brrti Mid*. FLA '

your mind full of interesting and.lf I drugging them while robber Fates the only one which our law maker W >, tllljlllIlipt'!! W ,

;: eeulHiful\ things/ you won't be caught were written on all the things; the have mastered. Taxes today oro HO' u ll

': in the maelatorm that's coming"I I farmer buys. Then follow some more levied that the weight of the burden -- ::' e -uc.cnv- .-"=1

)),,1. could hear her saying 1 wonderedif hot sentences. Is i placed upon people who are notable .o lllfr? ,dfllllli k,.

if she meant jazz, and cock-tall par. I "Did your senator and representative to hit back. .. -- -- -
,1 1 dies and petting. If she had not been ," Mr. Quick asks, "vote for it? The man worth a million pays no a 9 .

'[: taken away maybe I would have If so, how can you longer look ipon more tax than the man worth ten --

;af J been Curt ins Wright's first love. And him I or them as personally honest or thousand. CUTTING THE MELON J
'; with hU name on my breath-I slipped decent?" t( This statement is so at variance

"' ( down Into the pillows and In n "The word 'statesman' is some with popular notions that most ....ad'ers -

'!;r few moments was dozing. times equivalent to 'traitor' "-quoting will deny it without a moment's l

tit.. Late that afternoon still more or Hugo. "Traitor Is a hard word," thought. hut it is a truth capable of I

. : less subdued from my thoughts of says Mr. Quick "but I use it advisedly actual demonstration.

;nl' the morning, I wandered away from ." : The millionaire, as a rule, it urpducer.

.' the rest of the crowd and sat alone The author is no more severe In > Hu is conducting some line I

/" on the terrace overlooking the unruffled -i his statements concerning the Re- of business in which his profits art-

surface of the azure water. Cato, I| publican tariff than in those concern- derived from. things sold to the i pen I

one of the Japanese servants, in theKt'publifim foreign policy, ile. His taxes may bo nominally I .k
., brought me a telegram and a square I which he says left millions. of peopleto heavy. He may pay a heavy licL-n-i- I II 9Q aa ,re

,, box from the florist's. I opened the starve in Europe while the pI' '- I tax on his product. lie may pay it
I". wire. ducts of American fields remained, 11 large income tax. He may even come I

"When a woman has a man in for home, a glut on the market, h ruin under provisions of the excess profits -

,. ., Sunday night) supper she's nothing( the men who produced them. But the tax law. He hands the money in
short of designing," Marjorie. full measure of Mr. Quick's condemnation the government in large chunks. But I

.f', It was just like :Marj to do that. I is poured out upon the fixingof he charges every dollar of it to the :
She didn't realize how I had begun fripght rates in such ways at. to expense of running his business and

to. feel about the silly bet we had I destroy the value of the farmer'sproducts the buyer of his products pays the I

made in the beginning and I under bill. The only tax which he actually l i ipuy"

stood the spirit of fun in which she I| "If a committee of madmen had is that which shunted on to him'

had sent it. I re-read the words; a I I been summaened from the near a .t by somebody else in the price of the I

dull, slow emotion! surged over me insane asylum to make a freight tings he buys for personal conHump-
I, and I realized: that I hated Anne schedule," he says, "they could not tion. !

. Cmldington. For the first time in I have done worse for the farmers It is strange: that a proposition "" I (1 IN'r

my life I was jealous. So they had than was done. It is atrocious. It is clear and self evident as this can nut I

been together Sunday night-Anne damnable. It is the greatest crime be generally understood. I (

and CurtUs people would begin I against any people ever committed Take a specific ilustration. Suppose 1

{t:: S linking their names together. I was in the name of just gpvernment. Nobody > the ten thousand dollar man I

r piqued and my raga mounted higher ," paid any attention to the owns a Ford car. lie knows, in a

and higher. farmers' interests In advancing general way, that the Ford corporation D
.:' I tore the string from the box and ( these rates, because nobody cared." pays heavy taxes. Let us assume

:;, it was full of or<:hid The card was :Mr. Quick establishes title to a that 50 per cent of its profits are o '

. ; flippant: I place among great makers cf epig turned over to the government. Suppose yys r d II .

: \ "Am completely surrounded by rams. Here I is one of them : "Farm too, that the original net profIt M = T DoME
\ _
f ', the Germans. Otherwise I would be I benefits from the tariff are ;in the on a Ford car is only $j0. Ford

I I' as near as these flowers! which I beseech : clouds not in the clods." lands $25 of it over to the government FiMrM9 --

r you to wear this evening. Other | It is doubtful if any writer of. and adds $25; to the cost of the

,/ days stretch forth with promise.The campaign literature ever used such ar. lIe does not stop there. He adds

thought is distant, but it brings vigorous condemnatory phrases as I a profit on the $25 advanced to the
warmth to a lonely heart. Warren. '! does the author of "The Real Trouble overnm nt. The buyer not only Juicy

"The Germans"-he meant his I With the Farmer" in r book which is pays the tax of the Ford corporation, >rOh ONE,

wife.I had been told that he had not a campaign document at all, bat which we assume to be $25, but he B

married her for her money and that an economic treatise which will be I pays an additional sum, probablynot d4l i S' PETLtljAH3 8ogEAQB

she watched him with suspicion. :,, placed on the shelves of the coun- less than $5, to reimburse Ford

They were spending the winter at try's libraries for the use of stu- for his tax investment. There is a

one of the pretty homes on the bay- dents. Mr. Quick is a lawyer, an special tax of 5 per cent also on the S rYTsRTI baaree4trea. -

shore and his escapades were the I| economist and financier vho nerved cost of making the car. This, is prob. v .

talk of Pensacola. "The Germans-I for a number of years on the Federal ably $20. That makes as the starting

smiled and reread the last part of Farm Loan Board, and a writer point. A certain portion, probablynot .

.v. the message. Since hearing about : whose books and st9ri a have a wide less than a fifth, of the trans-

Anne and Curtiaa Wright I liked popularity portation charges, Is for reimbuJ'le.r -



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__ -ill tuw--- ....... .. legislature will be asked to pass' an ; the Florida slate prison; from l\Iexlco' -- --

i enabling! act authorising formationof wire forwm.it'd to the secretary of

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs a waterway district composed! of i t.ite tit 1\ IIShlll:!:ton and in the i

.. ....- _......._...._. ....._..._.."."...w"....-._..., ,_a. cities oi II the St. Johns river, with: ( urse of I Lone! a ron'esentatiM: of
) thu view of bringing about the er aI i itlorida i i.. vxpeclrd: to be sent to )

State | tion of the long-talkcd- inland Tampico to brinp! the fugitive bin'k. ;
L! Live News I I waterway through( the section of Salter is under life sentence from .. [

Florida traversed by and adjacent to J| St. Loris county for a statutory offense -

the St. Johns. A committee, consist- j and escaped early this )ear

Told by Our Exchange. ing of E, G. Sewell, president of the and made his way into M I"MI'U.

Miami Chamber of Commerce has I where he was arrested, it is repented!

_. .n..... .............. w..ill3IIII. __..4.8 I been appointed! to confer with representatives -' on i a charge of killing another AsPim

,. -After being out nearly Tallahassee Prospects for reopening of the Florida Waterways American. It is said that ho is mm
ours, a jury trying Jack Hub- the Bunk of Williston at 'League in framing the enabling bill anxious to get back to the Untied

!a I here for the murder in connecIwith Williston which was closed last States and has agreed to aucompnn> i. '

the killing last summer of July 2, are growing brighter accord- Sarasota The county commissioners j I an officer as soon as ho arrives f...

Is Keen at Florinda asked to be ing to Ernest Amos, state comp- have called a special election I

I dis barged on account of inability to trailer. Mr. Amos stated that he had''for' November 18 when the voters LAWTEY I

a le.. The jury stood seven for actal worked out a plan with business men I will determine the definite location
I aginst five for conviction it'illsaid. !'' other of Williston who are in- I[ of the county seat of Sarasota coun- Lnwtey.Oct. 31-Arthur Uriins, of :It,

Hubbard was released on'' terested in seeing the bank reopened ty. The county was created by tho Tampa, motored to Lawtey and

00 bond. He admitted killing which promised to develop favorably. legislature of 1021 but the permv spent the week-end with his J parents SAY BAA YER ASPIRIN"and INSIST :;
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griflls.HIM. .
but pleaded self defense nent location of the county site ban f.

never been decided at an election ass W. E. Torode and Mrs. G. W. Unless you see the "B.i> er sh" on !t.iMel[* YOU are CI,:

opka-Citizens voted in favor St. Petersburg-William S.l\1errill. required by law. Any town or j, j Roberts aro spending a few days inDo
purchasing the city water and 3r.., has started a suit in the courts municipality in the county hl1lth3 Land nt the home of Mr. and! !Mrs not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe y

d i plant and also favored expend- here to test a city ordinance prohi- right of to enter intention the race with, by the filing circuit notice I J. II. Tatum. by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for ",

$25,000 for street paving here biting minors from operating motor
clerk before midnight, November 2. Sirs G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. J.
j total bond issue Is 1000000. cars. The suit is the outgrowth of Colds Headache
the arrest of William S. Merrill Jr., I McLeod' were visitors to Melrose Neuralgia: Lumbago :
Two weeks In tho Tallahassee The Mexican bean ] .
ainesville- Thursday.Mrs.
on a charge of operating a motor Pain Toothache Neuritis !Rheumatism 1
beetle is the most serious insect
at citrus groves of Florida in a
of all methods of caring for vehicle ho being under tho proscribed enemy of edible beans in the portions J, W. Andrews Miss An- J

I at j y and marketing conditions is the he age of 10. The elder Merrill says ft the United States which it inhabits drews and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of } Accept !only!!!!. "naver" package: : :
will the
ab it of a party of eleven fruit taking it fight to whatever case to court a conclusion that it is declared in descriptions of Stnrke were visitors to Lawtey Friday S fi which contains proven directions.

>ers from the lower Rio Grande be to the unconsti-may the: insect prepared by Nellie F.Howard Handy "Jlayer" burps IIf 12 tablets. I

'va liy of Texas. The party Is now necessary prove and L. L. English, entomoli-I" Also bottlo. of 21 and 100-Druggist*. '
Mr. and
tutionality and invalidity of the ordinance Mrs. A. A. Smith and
where gists of the United States Depart- A.pl.1 Im UM Uadii mark of Bajtr '
he University of Florida yanufiotur* of MdUva *l- cloiitlQr nf lI'U'7Uurte
i !Sirs Catherine Tenro were visitorsto
ft hand study of the citrus inyfy ment of Agriculture in Bulletin> Gainesville -
IH being made after which andford-A premium of 15731. 1423. The bean beetle has long been. Thursday.G. Mr. and Mr.. II. R. Sapp, who had Johnson, of Lake Butler former I

' 111 trip will be started through the 70 was realized by the city commis- present in thu southwest and l within L. Flitch spent last. week in the to close up their general store in I eauliier of the Farmers' and Dealem

, eta | The citrus Industry is just sion this week through the vote of the lust few years has nada' its ap- Vanderbilt section. town several months ago on net omit ,
dead afternoon
ftd in its beginning in the lower mod 502,200 worth of municipal bonda. pearance in portions of Alabama, of ill health of Mr. Sapp, have had bunk dropped Thursday -

JNe valley, members of the party There were eight bidders for tho Georgia, and other South *::1 i std Alfred Starling was transacting erected a now store building at their while pruning fruit twos in i iI

''tJfAtfe: being about five years old. bonds. southeastern states. It is said to bo business several days last week ,in I home, about a half a mile from the his yard. '.

spreading northward rapully.. It Hawthorne. depot, where they are ready to serve I He had been in bad health fur
JB Petersburg-Buildings of vari$3 West Palm Beach-Patrolmen L. feeds on a number of then plants their old customers quite a whileHabitual.
$$ types and public Improvements C. Covar and Andrew Verner are receiving besides beans. heat results for its Mrs. K. S. Matthews, of Starke I

lltnti represent expenditures of $25- the congratulations people control have been obtained the en- was the guest Friday evening of Henry LHirney wax, a business visitor

51)0,0000) since January 1, 1921, according here for their bravery in ,Rescuing tomologists lay, with magnesium Mrs. G. W. Brown to Jacksonville Tuesday Constipation CuredIn "

to reports made by Ernest five persons-an entire family arsenate, applied as a wet spray. Perry Dinkins and son, OIlit, were The Bradford County Chamber ot.. 14 to 11 Days
,K.itchen, director of public works. from the flood waters from the week-end visitors with relatives in Commerce held "LAX-KOS Wllll .'U' IN" In. a IIIH''I"I1:1::1
tt that of this total $_,- Tallahassee--Matthews Jones und n very l profitable lalntuul 4
H s nnounce* storm early this week. Hearing! of Sanderson. Mr. Dinkins' prepared SyrupToiilc-JjiHUtlve for I
daughter at the Woman'sClub
meeting Liiwtey
49 ',;,116.69 was expended for con- the plight uf the family, maroonedin Stocky Hooper negro convicts in the Mrs. John Con Ml put ion. It relieve ,promptly and
M tion; of brick and asphalt pave- West Gates. without food the Nassau county camp have peculiar, I with them Kelley and and baby returned house Friday evening Therewere should be tiiknii regularly for 14 to 21 daysalmluenreitiilaruflioii. ,
spend u few forty-three present from different It ltStliitiiltie>"l
J. Sewer work took a total of policemen donned bathing suits ideas: of pranks according i'. u report -
a v. days here. parts of the rounly. Much inter- ntulnte.s.| Vury I'luiMnnt to Tako. (Ilk
' construction by State Prison Insp iof 1 or ( e-
,$980,500 while permits waded waist deep nearly a mile to bottle
. est Is being taken in the ur1U1l1411' per
.atttftunted to 21949045. The direc- the home where they found water purtmvnt. He found during ..n Inspection Mr. Griffin and family of Starke, and
tion good suggestionswere
tUd v!' figures showed that at present two and half feet deep over the of the camp that ,n the motored to Lawtey Sunday after- many I
offered for the future development
.',;*here are 100 miles of paved streets floors with the occupants perched on night of October 15 Jones and, Huup- noon.
Inutile; city and 45 miles more under tables. An Improvised raft was put er tied rags around the legs of two of Bradford county. A 'ONIO

children and with tho mother and Regner )Williams while the latter Jacksonville and spent Sunday with business visitor to Lawtey Tuesday and! Vitality by Purlfylnil' sad

Sinesville-The Freshman class, father, tho ofllcers! waded back to were asleep saturated tho rags his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. t"rkhlnlt: the Hlood. Whmi you feel! It* a
....p Dximately 600 strong, has elect- with kerosene and set fire to them Moore .'
safety. STATE COMMISSION 111"/111.,11111./ lnvl"| riitlii"| effect, lire how (
,*dlon Walker of Tampa u freshmini declaring they intended merely to PKO'IKST Tim TAUHTAGAINST i
Mrs. Charlie it hrlnil color to tho clittvks and how -
."- : in the college of engineering at Tarpon Springs-At an election play a joke on the victims who were llurck left Sunday TOI'-ICISC; ;
lJniversity of Florida, as its here voters of district No.1. Pinellas seriously burned. for St. Augustine where she will It Improves tha appnllta, you will Ilirnnpprocliite

Jj pi' tdent. Walker Is quarterback on county approved bonds in two issues spend a few days with Mr. Burck Tallahassee, Flo., Oct. 21.--The Its true tonlo value I

'tit 'irat" football( team. Albert Ives, totaling 371000. One issue, of Tampa Confirmation has bqtn, who Is employed there. State Railroad
'0 'kke 'ity won the honor of vice $350,000, wall voted to provide ini given by Judge F. M. Rubles of circuit Miss Wilma lllanchard mailed to the interstuto com mer.'!; Iron and Quinine suNpundml" In syrup So I
dent Voting Allen, of South court, to the commissioners' report Is spend- brief lhm.llllt even children like It. The filets! J'
; provements of lateral roads in the ing a few days In com mission at Washington u
with luu-iU JU1NINK. to Purify It und IKON to
,Florida, was elected sevrctary-treas- district, while the other of $15,000 is establishing the Interbay her sister Mrs J. B. protesting against and asking suspension ,
Dye. .
Enrich: It. lAotroys Miiliirlnl anil
and Joe Pomeroy, of Jackson- for school purposes. Drainage District embracing 13,001)) of a supplemental tanIT genus !
r Grip tf''rins by Its Kuuiitithenlng.atlnit Illvlur-!
was named as honor represen- acres of land including the Interbay E. J. Roberts spent a- few days in which the railroads are said,! to bo | t.lTott.: Illc. /

1.a*.. Tampa-A course in homemakinghas peninsular section except Port Turn- Plant City last week.J. preparing to put in to Direct November ,

been addled< to the curriculum pa. The district includes 140 subdi- 10, prohibiting the "\..III.IIinleof -- -.-.- -
|Dytona" --Work of putting up new of Tampa's Opportunity School, it is visions with more than fifteen thou- J. McLeoJ and Itev. Bevis ware perishable freight from Florida. I

atrtt t number plates throughout announced by W.; II. Schcll the prin- sand seperate owners, it is stated. visitors to Lawtey Saturday.Mr. !Many farmers In Aliu-huu llnk.>i. ROUT RHEUMATISMNo

I?(tlftona has been started under cll- cipal. The classes will be open to all I'lans call for excavation of abc.ut. Bradford, HillHborough, Lake Marion more stiff joints, no more stabs

't eon of city officials. Five thou- persons unfamiliar with the art, and ((500,000 cubic yards of earth, at an Hallantyne representing the Union and Semlnolu muniim In the muscles, no more aching pains ,
Ilan of the plates have been received compentent instructors have been estimated cost..of $756,5U3.; Cochran Commission House are and have been for the last three' from rheum..1 "m. Sound. too goodto '
ill put up first in the business engaged. Meal planning will be of New York City wa in town Sun- I In be true but it in. true '

dk$ ct and afterward! in the reeldsn taught by an experienced teacher in Canal Point The Florida Kant day. He was the guest of their local yards engaged growinggreet York LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR I
for New ,
is Coast Railway has maces agent, J. S. Andrews while here. corn shipment TUB BLOOD will cure rlieulYintlurn -
st 1 :sections of the city. It im- home economics, and other classes Company Philadelphia Chicago and other interstate your t
ive that the number plates a new contractor on tho work of enable you to move lll'Oun,1with
pe new will be for instruction in mak-
open Mrs L. D. Baker returned here destinations during thu ,'''"- perfect freedom, rn.iko
MI epted, an ordinance having ing of children's clothes dressmaking constructing its branch lino exten- you
Sunday from Jacksonville. Her sis. son beginning In April and endingin feel like a new person. It drive
b f recently passed to that effect. and millinery. A course in child sion into this section for the purpose ter-in-law. Mrs Larramore Ithoden, July the committee points out in the poison from the system.. Don't
welfare is also being planned. it is stated of hastening com wait but It You will feel
pUnpa-Resources showing an in- pietion of the job. Leveling and accompanied, her and will spend a the protest. I try now.
few duys ut th..- home is declared to he the the result almond with the first
Creaae of 17 per ci nt ovpr those ofotIC'enr Orlando-Protection for birds now broadening of the grade '-oath of of Otis Hho- I "one.

ago were reported by I migrating to this section of the I here has been started. Night shafts: den. only successful way to ,1111'| thus product LGO4LtID1't: .1.t: : :ron

'bajlkjl of this city, in figures just country is being sought against the have been put to work on one: con Miss Pearl Grillls was a visitor to to distant markets, and hucomll1i.io'nera THE BLOOD nl.rnHinenii and in-
madtj ,public for the third quarter of sling shots and air rifles in the hand tract.. Starke Monday. declare that viRorateo, tones and stimulates the t
tbllt, 'year, ending September 30. of careless and thoughtless boys of .... railroads refuse to permit the continuance wholo aystrm. Insist on LEON. \

Combined resources on that date this city. The Humane Society hassent Gainesville-Civic; l com-u-rrial C. R. Sapp! of Jacksonville, was of this method it will result ARDI'S ELIXIR in the yellowpackage.

totaled 41861230. Deposits at the out an appeal to parents of organizations and individuals on the transacting business In town first of in completely wiping out of ex- At all druggists. ; I

:"sanujijtim; amounted to $36,222,685 children calling their attention to the East Coast have guaranteed several the week. > Istenco the industry. --

.-whfcik is a gain of 32 per cent in one beauty of these winged winter visi- thousand dollars with which to fin- rlpJl fiI't t
tors and the desirability of giving ance investigations: into method* for Lorinie Harley left last week for HONOR ROLL. 'LAWTKY: JUNIOR / of
The board of bun.l tnuUHM of the town
i1 them protection. Attention Is calledto controlling the nail-head rust n to Titusville where he will be employedby IIIOIlICIIOOL 8tarkel Hnrl.l.. will r....1.. hiss. on th. title I
: -Twenty-four towns and the usefulness of the matoes. O. F. Burger plant nullioio- L. AI. Gray, road contractor. icy of Nov.inh.r.. Ue l IIM4. .t t :Ou p. m..
migratory Mrs. J. T. Moore ,
First Grade -iniralnmuily Bu.uciU n.ll.in. of fu.l .r'.rall IL
along the east coast
are contributing gist of the Florida Experiment Station j
birds in destroying bugs and worms barraU of l l..h.I..Um! ull for wml-lllwl
to a fund of $6.000 for exye7JI and specialists of the Unl ed D. P. Thornton returned) here teacher. rnulnM. ..m. bi b> .porov... for H lrli.nk.- I
that kill '
cropl.TallahasleePersons from Jacksonville Martha Robert .. "V" i K. O. B.Hlrk .
covering exhaustive Monday, wherehe M. 'rye. n
an sur-
States n"'i.bliIlr'":: 'I
of :
Agriculture In-
IIUMnn U. tn.a..ery
has Second Grade, Mrs J. T. *
,TetJf the proposed East Coast t in Florida will have direction of the invejUga-( been working for several form.ll'.n r.u.r.lmn oil on wh.b bM Isfn.
weeks teacher. .. .. ..... to l.- J
-sane i The ia designed to | Th. need Hi. rliiht
survey who travel by automobile pay in the tions. Announcement to this effict und all ..I....
Edward Wainwrijfht. JoeL any
basted government aid in the development form of gasoline taxes and registration is made by Dr. Burger, who with Director The revival services which began Third Grade, Miss/ Joyce Terry, J. T. U'GLEY. ChnlrntAO., t

of the waterway. After com- fees an average of about one- Wilmon Newell recently /kited i- at Grace M. E. church on Monday teacher C. A. rUTCII. I
plettftff: the work connected with thesurvey fourth of a cent a mile according to the tomato> growing count'es'! of last IO-IO-Bt-ll-7 ClM. i
.' evening week under the leadership Lester Schnell, Ocie Taylor Oscar iI
an engineer will be sent to estimates based information
on compiled mainly interested in the I
Investigations. of Dr.
Uarrell, of Hastings, Grim. Lacy hutch and Ronald Pitts.
Washington with data
necessary on by the Bureau of Public Roards '
Tuesday evening Twelve Fourth Grade J Miss Joyce Terry, ,
-me r Undise the east
tonnage along of the United States of I'.rh.
Department members town council of Ih. town Dr '
:coaatl-and other information which Agriculture. This figure is based on St. Petersburg course of study were in Sunday by teacherWilliam .'1".1".. will ,..,.1.. bliU, up to 7 :90 p. m.

'wWteC t presented to the board of an average yearly mileage of 6,000 that will embrace the careers of business letter and by profession. of faith. I' Kchnell Dollie Dinkins, on and the et that Iltb tide'dll" lit the November bids 10. A.be U.pul,6eltute'n.d (0re. -1'

engineers the first toward men is planned for the senior 'Abbie Harley, Carl Taylor Lois with ae.i
as step which it is said is believed to be the CoUnTT1'ACK for onD nn. bn lru.kt
bringing: about government owner- average motorist's annual mileage.St. high school pupils of this city. The MADKUPON I Gunter KUie: Griflls, Louie Griflls. dump laxly and ..... fully Inro.n.'lon PP"'. 13144.r.o.
IITII AMENDMENT>> : lurnl.h all nn4ery
antp and inprovement of the waterw purpose of the innovation as described I Fifth Grade 1\1'1I.[ Geo. Anderson (0 trucks Lid on. it'll. meet 1..1.... buLb cash f I

w t stated. Petersburg More than 1.20visitors : by school officials, is designed to New Orleans-Walter Cohen negro teacher. I"rnr.. for rush and for alas cash ana Th.( amount board 'e4.. 1IIw..1
0'ami trwtor
\ have registered at the cham- widen the scope of interest among comptroller of customs fur the I Nettie Griffin, Dan Harley. Wrvi. "the n tr riiiht.dln u. r.1.a say and eii I !bi.b. ,I

-A survey made by the ber of commerce registration bureau the students in things: that will tend port of New Orleans, said he was i Sixth Grade, Mrs. Geo. Anderson, Chairman. C. r.of 'f..wn lws I (."'ouaalt, u lC.

Mlamr.Herald of Miami's ;year- here to date it was announced. This to shape their activities in later life. worrying not at all over the prospectof teacher. A. t'u'rclI.

ardund'.population, disclosed that was said to be twice as many as were George M. Lynch city superintendent the filing of a suit to enjoin him (I I F.Ivn: Lee Andrews. lo.lo.et-ll-7 Clark of Town Counnll

v ry|,tate In the union is represeutid.'Jln !- registered this time last season. of schools, will instruct a clans. from further performing the dutiesof I Eighth: Grade, Mrs. It. Perkins, j

: addition to fourteen fore- of 30 boys along this line of study his office the teacher.
on grounds that he
lgnjtotmtrle. The survey was made St. Augustine newspaper pub it is. stated. GertrudeAndrews. RUINED: EYES':
Is a person of African blood and, descent I(I
bj)onostloning 600 residents. Among lished here 106 years ago-a copy of and therefore Ninth Grade, W. O. DuVall, teacher. By neglect' ; they get red and sore ana '
.t-te trepreiented New York led the East Florida Herald printed in Fort Pierce-The Dixie highway: citizen cannot be a you let them /ito. Don't di+,) it.

.vrith.73; Georgia> second with 71; this city, December 25, 1824-has is still closed to through traffic on of the United State. The I Buelah Futch. onardi's s Onldcn; Fyc Lotion cure

Florida third with 68, and Ohio been brought to( lingt. It is now in account of bridge washout seven suit which was to bo filed sometime : Grade W. O. DuVall, teach- soreness without peon in one duy.
fgttrfh;{with 45. the possession of officers of the teen miles south of Fort Pierce and today in federal district court Tenth Cools, heals and strengthen: ,: Insiston
by Edwin Bolite who he having "Lonard/'s"-it/ nukcatyes.
said was an :
Memorial Presbyterian church who eight miles north of West Palm Arthurine lilanchard.
"Pensacola Joe attorney of Washington1, D. C., i iNI strung At all drulI'ilits.
Dunaway, con- found the paper in the cornerstoneof Beach according to advices here. It I W. O. DUVALL Principal.
vieted[ef murder in the second degrsefn : the church which was. built about probably will be two or three days I aimed at the validity of the 11th --.-

; the circuit court was sentenc- thirty-five years ago. The cornerstone before the damage can be repairedfor amendment and Cohen apparently lit DEATH AT LAKE: MJTI.KR SEABOARD TINE: TABLBIn
.4 bjrJJudgs A. G. Campbell to serve I also contained a dime mintedin the merely a side Issue and the means of OF WILLIAM JOIINSOS
of .
passage traffic it wax said. effect May 11, 1924)
30lr In the state Dun- bringing it .before the courts. Should, (
: *r* prison. 1821, two pieces dated The
copper i is
to Fort Pierce
open the Lake Butler"Oct. 21.William I I Southbound-
Sebastian suit be successful it would have I
awayjkilled Sanders June !
1797: and 1800 and a silver half dol- and the city is full of motorista. .
1 tj'iSundny night dance where> lar of 1800. the effect of disenfranchising every i No. 1 reaches Starke at 11M p. ...

Ifoonjthlne liquor, according to wit- I Tallahassee Cornelius Vanderbilt negro in the country. Catarrhal I Deafness I No. S, 11:02 a. m.

neaaeerJn the trial was served. Dun- Tampa-Antonio Garcio who will Jr. and party who have been The suit, which was made public! In often. caused liy uri ,nitnma,' l ronilltlnfi[ I' No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m.
the l'u"lIls"
of th mucoui limn of ,
awaylwas a former street car con- be 111 years old next January according visiting: in Florida for several days, prior to filing in the court, charges Tut>.. Wh n this tub.. ,u inflamed. you[ No. 15, Limited 1: 16 p. In.
ductgt and had a good reputation. to claims made here, will be topped here enrout from Miami to that the I 11th amendment was adopted ha" a rumbling Mound or imparter, .
NorthboundNo. -
ll rln_ Union the Inflammation can i
:: > among the guests at the first meet- California. illegally in that it not ,
Mr. was
Vandervilt later call- proposed I). r.00u T-Hanassee-The supreme court ing next Saturday of Tampa's newly ed on Governor Hardee but did not by the necessary two-thirds of .If''''.'' 2r"".. 4"1 reach Starke 6:08 a. m. t
reversed i the circuit court for Jackson organized Sunset Club Alexander discuss any of the details connectedwith each house of congress nor was it IIs1.r. "',"T BHIf MRniCIVB No. 4, 4:26 p. m.
1)0 lunn it rl l .vst.m
what "'t 6 fyr > your
county in the case of the R. E. George, president of the club an- the proposed railroad which it ratified by two-third of the states. of catarrh or Pt-Arnt-Mn caua4 by No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.

L. McCaikill Company and W. M. nounces. The club has about 100 IS reported he plans to build from The suit wan filed this forenoon.No rstarrhSold by all IIMllrort.U t for ov.r 4* Torer. I No. 18, Limited 6:67: p. 9a.
Fattenoq.' appellants v* !M. I. Dekle.appuH'l.and members none of whom is less than Miami to Fort Myers, it Is under order that the defense show J. rh.ne A '0.. ToUda. Ohio. Wannee BranchNo. t

the R. E. L. McCaskill 70 years of age. Mr. George Is 81, stood. The party planned to go to cause wan entered and all a result I It I! 101 leave Starke 7:40: a. n_
Compan ;appellant TS M. I. Dekle while Asa N. Daniels another New has 20 days in which to file and --- ;
member Orleans next. anirwer files Cured In ft to 11 UeysDrocgW.r.fundmini. No. 104 arrive SUrke 3:15 p. m.
and Wj M. Patterson appellees in. was 91 last May. United State. District Attorney .,U PAinnll/TMP '"irf.wcut. GRIFFIN .
volvfnc; .land transaction of about Tallahassee Requisition pape"tor hula' H. Hums will I"'bint. Blln.1. IHlli.ll ", IT.lru.lii, T. J \

1 6 : I Daytona ne next ..saion of the the return of William Salter to comptroller! an
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.. 1921

r .r ''for the benefit of the Christian Rev. Hicks, of Waldo, preached at I LETTER TO THE PUBLIC Stoned, JACOB J. JOHNS -

"41 -- '( church at thisplace. The proceeds the, Baptist church last Sunday Candidate for Re-Election for
c.Li: I were thirteen dollars and sevcnty-. morning and evening.: At the morn- I Read these few lines and see where stable Paid Adv.TallahasseeMatthews. Con

five cents. ing service the subject used was I we are at.

'" ieiyI' Col. Joe Hill Willian Is visiting "The House by the Side of the I Ladies and Gentlemen please stop Jones (.',j
relatives in Alabama.A Road." The scripture used was the Stocky Hooper, negro convicts
and think I the Democratic in ">'
: delegation from Harmony fourth chapter: of Second Kings, The ; am I Nassau v
Nominee and I had an oppon- county camp, have
.. J .' peculi.r
church near Dukes have Just returned \ entertainment of Elisha by the !
- ----- \ I in their cars from Glenville-., Shunamite woman was beautifully ent in the Democratic Primary for ideas of pranks, according to >t 1'1",,.

; 1.holl H 20 and IUUjr I'' where they attended the Soutli.Gecrgla illustrated and made interesting to Constable. But I have a gentleman port by State Prison Insp--'or ,..
I.t. \ Free Will Baptist Association. both old and young. I,I who has come out on the Independent partment. He found during\ >,n :'.
Their Rev. C. C. Butler, 1 ticket against( me in the General spection of the camp that
names are: The subject used for the evening n lee
SILVER WEDDING lUtlUGE PARTY GIVEN BY pastor of Harmony church, .I. S. service was "A Life Worth I Election.t' night of October 15 Jones and, lu...,

ANNIVERSARYMr. MKS. W. ELI.EKY IMVI3 Howard, J.: S. Brown, Mr. and, Mrs.I. The scripture used was the While''j I am a Democrat and have alwaysrun er tied rags around the legs of twi

and Mrs.-F. A. Scott will be Complimentary to Mrs. Carl A. J. Blackwilder, J. L. Brown, B. E. chapter of St. Luke. The on the Democratic ticket, I am other prisoners, Walter' Wilcox .hd d

'. home to their friends Sunday, Knight, Mrs. W.. Eltery Davis enter- Brown Malcoln Long II. S. Long: was the 23 verse "The life is more at your services for a full enforce- Eegner Williams, while the I lit: at
November the 2nd, from two to six tained delightfully Thursday after- and Miss Annie Howard, Mr. and than meat and the body more than ment of the law. Please have a (good were asleep, saturated the mg! ,
I' I Ninth Street and Temple avenue noon at the WOrr 1n's Club. Mrs. W. O. Brooks. There was an exceptionally raiment. The evening lesson was clear conscience and vote for a Demo- with kerosene and set fire to then
p. m., attendance and. crat November 4th in the General declaring they intended
large also made on merely
interesting and :to
of of glowing Impres-
Starke, Florida,,, in honor Baskets and wall vases
M1 anniversary for decora- much interest manifested in the Election for Constable in this District. playa joke on the victims who tan
their twenty-fifth wedding cosmos were
i':{, yellow meeting. Glenville is 200 miles from sive.Mrs. seriously burned.
No carda. tions In the library and sun parlor.At Mary\ Prevatt, who has been
} 1 I Here. All report having a fine enjoyable the guest of her sister at Fairbanks _. t tt
of the brige --- -- --- --
the conclusion =
time and roads all the ;
t.: FLYNN I'OWELL way werein returned
to her
it found that Mrs. Edward I home here last Sun- ,
.... game pretty good condition. ---FREE
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova announce Burns held high score and thehostess Curtis L. Bennett, who has been day.Mr. FREE
a set of hand embroideredtea O. Haynes and P. J. Pearce
?. the marriage of their daughter spending a while in Lake Butler with
i f Florence C. Powell, to George napkins to Mrs. Burns; and as relatives returned to his home lu-tt I were business visitors. in Alachua
made low she last
Miss Dorthy Edwards
having taken week. He Mr.
B. Flynn the marriage was accompanied by
place in Jacksonville, Sunday, October was consoled with a box of stationery. Charlie Smith of this place. Curtis I 'Quite a number oi the employees
\ 26th, 1924. To Mrs. Knight, the honor i attended the' Citizen Military Train of the Southern Bell Telephone Com-

At home after November 1st, 'ri- guest, was given a hand embroidered I ing Camp that was held in Alabama pany are here this week making re- TWO LIVE GOLD FISHin

tusville, Florida.ANNOUNCEMENTS. luncheon set. I sometime ago and was one of the pairs on the line.
The dainty refreshments were of few who won a sharp shooter medalat The sad news was received here ,
t macaroni salad with mayonnaise I the encampment. last Friday o( the death of Mr. Wm.

dressing! olives, saltines and hot co- Johnson, of Lake Butler. Mrs. John
' U. D.
The W. T. Weeks Chapter,
after coa. Serving with the hostess were: BROOKER son's father, II. H. Hall, attended the) glass globe with
C., will meet next a
Mrs E. M. I funeral services
Mrs Catherine Davis, at Lake Butler on
3:30 at I' =
the Pith at : :
November ,
noon Davis Misses Ethel Griffin, Aileen Brooker, Oct. 31.- H. P. Gainey Saturday.Prof. .
the home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. on
and his mother, Mrs. Millie Gainey .
Alvarez and Lucile Deal. I: Lawhorne spent the weekend
time North Walnut elect officers street. and As this hear is an-the The invited guests were: 1\Ies-I spent the week-end at'Plant City. with friends in Jacksonville. sea weed, pebbles and plants.

nual to the president requests I dames Wymnn, A. S. Crews O. L.I| H. E. Thomas spent last Wednesday Miss\ Maud Mitchell, first' .
all members to be present. j I Beaxtcy, E. S. Matthews, Edward in Gainesville attending to busi, in the public school here, attended I

r' I Monday, November the 3rd, is the Ander-son. ness.Bob the Teachers' Association, in Starke,
National W. C. T. U. Day of Prayerfor I I | Green left here Monday for last Saturday.
the election. A service will be |I Peek, J. :M. Mitchell, J. L. Fruzee, N. Jacksonville\ to begin work.P. E. J. King was a business visitor
D. \Vainwrlght E. M. Johns, O. L.I i iHayncs to-the t-ounty site this week.
held in the Methodist church at three A. Crosby spent Friduy in
p. m. All Christians invited. E. 11. Neff, R. J. Davis, fi. L. Starke.:: Mr. Moorer, of Theressa, was
Catherine Davis, F. C. Hoover shopping here this week. :
The missionary society of the Biggs, i Mr. and 'Mrs. Boatright and Mis- f
r; F. F. G. M. Sistrunk, C.
Methodist church will hold their Stump,
ses Mattie Ogden Lama Wynn spent NOTICEeel.e
business meeting next Monclayl A. Knight, T. J. Alderman, S. L. '- .
i i i monthly Saturday in Starke.
Peck F. L. Turner, G. M. Inman, A. sled of Public Inntructlnn/ will. re. I a
afternoon, at four o'clock at the C.I'I Schell Byrd, of Graham, spent' l blIR Up ,? On...thlrt ....loel<.
1\1 church.: All members urged to be Z. A ell part of 6ampeon .chI b ildl .
present. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Hitch, Misses Carolyn l"rlpp.lIce Mr. and Mrs.: E. T. Stuart and son, bidder will "g repair Tha
Tharin Marguerite Shriver, Mablo main building/ thawpricebid.
President.Mr. extra to Board
Paul spent! Sunday in Graham. .
to furnish material.
i Florence Matthews, Luule repair. as
Mrs. F. A. Scott will be Wcller.
and Dr. of Starke business
I Biggs, was a L. W. K1CKL1TER.H. : .
at home to their friends Sunday Deal, Ethel ,Griffin, Hilda Struth, visitor here Friday. ChairmanSecretary. .

November the 2nd, from two to six Mable Edward, Aileen' Alvarez, Mrs. S. V. Russ 'spent Thursdayat n. WIGGINS. 1e.81-Dbll-29 rI
1 Vivirette Floyd. Out of town guests:
p. m. Ninth street and temple av{- New River.
II I Mrs I). T. Clark, of Jacksonville ,
in honor of their 'twenty-fifth ;
; nue, i Mr. and Mrs. E. M. and son,
wedding anniversary. No cards.In Mrs II. C. Richard, of Palatka; :Miss Winifred, spent Wednesday! at Wal- SHOULDDUVAL
I accordance with the law made Dorothy Edwards of MlamlIIrs.; .

I by the last Legislature, the B. II. S. Geo. C. Livingston and Mrs Reed do.V.. V. Hazen spent Sunday evening -

will observe today (Friday) as ,McMaster, of Tampa. .at Starke .
i health and day. At two Tea guests: Mesdames Rebecca: I
temperance J. H. Kelley spent the weekendat
Alvarez, E. E. Canova, 1'. E. Canova, i
In the school auditorium there
p. m. Shady Grove. .
'I will be ,0 program dealing with J. .E. Corpening, W. E. MidJI'ton! Miss Lyda Groover, who has been With a purchase of one tube of

topics of health and law observance, i 11\1. E. Edwards S. E. Brownlee, J. M.: teaching school at Liberty, came SECEDE?
i which are vital in the education of Brownlee, II. :M.: Snyder, J. M. \lva- home for a while. She was accom-
J rez, W. L. Wall, D. C. Jones, D. E.
I,Superintendent Knight and Miss Mattie Harlcy. Estus panied home by her friend. Miss Every taxpayer and citizen i i.

j public schools in the state to observe Mr. L.Clyincy.R. Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. tally concerned with this secession INy-Denta Tooth PasteAt
I today as Health and Temperance I I Tom Osteiin: and Lois Gainey spent amendmenj. Vote NO

!I Day The following relatives of Mr. the week-end at Plant City. Mr. and I on this treacherous scheme.
Wm.Johnson and whose homes are in Mrs. Osteen will stay for it few'
.! MRS. WY.MAN GIVES Jacksonville, attended his funeral weeks visiting relatives.
BRIDGE; PARTY Saturday: Mrs. E. Groover and Raiford Brannen of Lake Butler AMENDMENT the regular price---50 cents
daughter, Mrs E. Smith and her spent Sunday evening here.A. .
Mrs. L. Wyman delightfully
auction afternoon daughter, Miss Elizabeth, Julius A. Hazon, of Gainesville was _To amend Article 8 of the Constitution
at bridge Friday Mrs. J.V.. Crabh vWting his father, Mr. Dan Hazen of the State of Florida relative to
Groover. Mr. and
six the alas and ,
from three to at counties by adding a flection
club which decorated I Cleveland and Benjamin Johnson. Sunday. thereto to be known aa Section 9 of said
house was Miss Lubida Pinholster Article e. authorizing the Legislature toestnblleh.
Those from Macclenny were: Mrs.Avery of Tam-
suitably to the HatTowe'en season. change and abolish a local government -
1 G. Powell and son, Julius, Mr pa, is visiting here for awhile. extending throughout Duvsl
At the close of the game it was and Mrs. Jim Rowe and daughter, Miss Vera Surrencey, of Cedar County. In the place of all county di>- Friday Soturday Monday and
trict ami Tuesday
L. had made municipal local, Bovernemnts.with
found that Mrs. J. Peek ,
Mills Pauline. Keys, is home for a while.A their respective office*. .mf'to nre- ,
hitch, and she was presented with H | !Mrs. John Watson, of Rome, Ga., large crowd gathered at the scribe jurisdiction powers,- duties- ant;
box of handsome stationery. Miss function. of .11 kind and to prescribe a i
1 attended the funeral of MrXWm.Johnson. home of Mrs. Pinholstpr to vsit system of taxation -
Mable Edwards made low and was ( !Mrs Watson is a sister of her daughter, LubiJn, while here. i.HAMPTON If this amendment I. adopted by the peopie > OCT. 31st NOV. 1 3 4thGet
I consoled with a fancy towel. of the MIA"" It will to all intents. Hiveto j
!Mrs Johnson. I Duval County the right to secede. (mm I
; The tables were laid with bride Mr. Henry Hall, of Hampton, at- .Florida, and to set up Its own Independentvovernmrnt.Duval : ,
l County should remain anintegral
I set crepe paper ornamented with tend*! the funeral of Mr. Johnson. Hampton. Oct. :31.! -Mr. J. F. part f the Stat and to '
Hallowe'en designs. The hostess, assisted j !Mr. Hall is the father of !Mrs. John- Johnson were visitors to Fairbanks pay iu; part of the taxes to the State, This .I yours early. Only one outfit to a customerCorpening's
i i by !Mrs Edward: Burns Mrs. t amendment has been. represented as a local)
lint Sunday. matter to that county, but the right to ''
1 J. C. Hoover !Mrs. H. M. Snyder and I I son.Luther Hal) and son, of Centerhill, Rev. Windham, of Waldo, will one county independent 'la not local
state-wide Importance. mOk./
I Miss Florence Matthews
served a
I attended the funeral of Mr. Johnson. Vote to keep rlorlda united. K..p.1I '
f',' delicious salad course and hot choco- | L. F. Gay and J. W. Osteen of preach at the Methodist church next; fll counties, hound together, aa they are .
late. Tiny owls were given favors Make an"!( mark in front of the NO on
i as Providence returned Friday from Sunday morning and evening.Mr. ,
I the amendment. It will be the st and. the tally cards also ornamented Tampa where they attended the reunion II. O. Brown, tl Lake Butler, printed on the official ballot.Vote No on the
with owls. s I was visitor here/fast and l amendment and throttle the attempted disruption Drug Store
of the Confederate Veterans. a Friday nf 'the state by the secession of Duval -I)
The guests included Mesdames J. They we ro accompanied by Mr. Sam Saturday.Mrs. County ,
L Frazee', Florence Powell, E. L. I R. Osteen.Mr. F. Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. confusion Vote NO that and would prevent follow the the bickering breakingup and I .
: Biggs, O. L. Bensley, Katie Davis, I John Addison an old confederate E. J. King; had as their guests last of the established form of County and City
A, Z. Adkins O. L. ilaynes, N. D. I veteran died at his home north of Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Britt of government well founded In and Florida aatisfactory.-Adv., which has proven I I We sell Specially Prepared Fish Food at lOc. per package

Wainwright, E. M Johns, Edward Lake Butler last Sunday. He was Louise. .. ..
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Hums S. L. J. L. J. Mr. P. E. Griffin -- -- --- ---- -- ---- -- ------ -- -- - -- -- -- --. ---.----. -- -
I Peek Peek. M. about 00 years of age\ and had been was a business -- -- --- -- ------
I Mitchell, C. A. Futch G. M. Sis- I paralysed for the past two year visitor to Starke this week. .

trunk, F. F. Stump, E. S Matthews, I During the Civil War he was in the Miss Eva Williams who la teach-
F. L. Turner, W. E. Davis E. M. Army of Northern Virginia where ing in the Waldo school, spent the

__. Davis, R. J. Davis, A. S. Crews, N. '1 Iin I a tattle he lost one leg. Uncle week-end with her parents. Mr. and
I Sternberg, C. A. Knight, J. C. (Hoover i I John, as he was lovingly called by Mrs. A. M. Williams ,
1 C. F. Hoover, E. R. Neff, Herbert II|i many was a highly esteemed man Mrs. D. W. Knight who has been -

i C. Hitch, G. M. Inmnn, Misses Carolyn and has a host of friends in this the guest of ther sister, Mrs. W. R.

; Fripp, Aileen Alvarez, Vivirette i I County who are grieved at his death. Jackson, for several weeks left last There is danger in Spasmodic in
Floyd, Florence Matthews, Mable ; Interment was made Tuesday at the Tuesday for Jacksonville where she plunging
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Edwards, Stable Welter Hilda will make her future home.
i Sapp Cemetery.
Struth, Alice Tharin, Mrs. D. T. I I 1 Last Friday night a box supperwas I. Mrs. S. vM. Simmons, of Maxville sudden spurts. IT one y matters often brings

Clark, of Jacksonville, Mrs. C. F. I ISayk's I given at the home of Mr. ami is the guest of her parents, Mr. and financial '
1 I of Miami, Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston :Mrs. J"T E. Harper. There was: quite Mrs. P. B. Hunt. distress.

I and :Mrs. Reed McMaster, of a large\ attendance considering the 1 Mrs. Lewis Byrd; and daughter There is safety in

Tnmpaat had weather. The supper was given :Murree, were business visitors to Depositing
Starke this week. your savings
steady growth.
... Mrs. W. B. Alexander has recently in this bank
I! been a visitor to Wnldo. brings ultimate
I j Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence, of
Ii. Keystone Heights, were shopping success and comfort :-- not
4 i. here this week.A .

SPECIAL large number of the Hampton" I so spectacular, but safe! sure
people attended the movies at Starkelast \
I Tuesday' evening. ( and devoid of risk of

New shipment of all wool Flat nel and Jersqfr I I Mr. Milton and his hard road crew any* C
I are making preparations to put the kind.
r .j Dresses, all colors and sizes. slag on the highway here. i '
I Mrs. A. A. McDonald, who has .

I 1 been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Have_ you a savings ac-
I fv FRIDAY and SATURDAY Elsie Sparjtman, returned to her .

i I home, at Switzerland Thursday. count with us?

r Mr. A. A. Durden, W. H. Griffin,
I P. J. Pearce and J. H. Saxon attended
"f' i i the Chamber of Commerce meet ,

: $10.75 ing at Lawtey last Friday evening,
and report an interesting and enjoy-
I able meeting.

E. A. Kennedy and son, Seth of Bradford
Lake Geneva were business visitors County BankEstablished

j CASH ONLY here this week.

a vMARGUERITE'S I Mrs. W. E. Baker and daughter,

14 Geneva, of Lake Geneva, have recently in 1889 1 _

I I II IIi Floriebelle.Mrs.beep W. P.visiting of Britt Louise here.and, were daughter the "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold"

guests of Mrs. Britt's sisters, Misses' I
I Mary and Ada Nimmo this week. .


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Mrs. Margaret Glenn of Oneida week. Recently there was a -100 percent i Ta arms .0.11..... tha, ......
Kansas /4s the guestof her sister, attendance atl morning lerv- WANTED\ 7 1 MIMI .b* moe than a ...... .
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Mrs. F. B. Cady at Kingsley Park, ice. After the middle of next monthit ..Ih..... .............,
e Bits of LocalInformation o Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Glenn will is expected that thorp will be OI'M.I I
Turnip sweet pot lit
trend the winter here. morning service only on the t\r..t'I' Tutt's .lcrn.1
string beans, cuko.
sugar cane 1
Sunday of the month. So we nri (I nlmmona, chickens, eggs and IIC'r'j
looking for banner attendance for |I quaHriea,
a paeeeu | M
Dr. C. F. Sayles, who has just returned kinds of farm products. ("IIMh moneywaiting. reetore to Otm bower the* .
from a trip to the South Sea at least two Sundays. Let me know what von ha\t' I r "function. .,
Concerning Our People Business and this weekof The results of this campaign has I : --
Inlands, has been a guest Al'nitEY K.I MOOKK.) : i i.1
\ Mrs. C. L. Peek. Dr. and been evident In many wa>'s. Wo have I small.: Especially: rocommeinlod" to
Progret of the County and Town. Col. and I ;
their now more business methods and a seed bed I'rowerVonll<1rrul
left Thursday
witter vision. The laity have been interested obtained within -18'
home in Miami. as never before. Over 30 rENT-A w (Price, (in cartons only: R pounds: 1'0)1)1)1ult

Mrs. Geo. C. Livingston and Mrs. missionaries! have gone out to various o"Rnnl'il.JCOLUMN ] 10 pounds $1.80; 25 pounds $1;
Col. D. E. Knight spent the first of Miss Nell !Mott, daughter of Mr. and Reed MtMasters! and children, who 1 fit-Ids. There has been a largo increase pounds $7.RO; 100 pounds $11. J. '
week in Ft. Pierce looking; after Mrs. W. F. Mott. in Confirmation. .
the Mwe been the guests of Mrs. J, M. Baptisms, II. Humphries P. O. Box 187 Jacksonville \

i his property interests there. !Mitchell and Miss Kate Livingston, Sunday schools and Young People }'I... 10-2 t-tf .. :, j

Miss Hilda Struth went to Jacksonville will leave today for Palatka where Leagues. The number contributing '
Hugh Brownlee, Jr., who is at- Wednesday.Mr. they will visit friends before returning for the general work increased l PO FOR SALE 20-acre farm in the "

[ tending Stetson University, has been to their home in Tampa., per cert the first year and is steadily \ famous Water Oak section of

E elected Senior Patrol Leader of the and Mrs. Bob Cone spent increasing. / FOR KENT-Modern house with 7 Prmlford County and 73 to 100 -

DeLand Boy Scouts. Tuesday in Lake Butler. GRAND AND PETIT JURY rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L. head of good stock cattle. Place la ,
BANK STATEMENT ILPartrldgo. tf. right on fine graded road now under :.

Mist Dorothy Edwards of Miami, Atlanta The following named men have construction to connect with !
Dr. O. L. Haynes went to
' of her aunt Mrs. A. ?. REPORT OF THK CONDITION rTIIBHKADFORIl WANTED-Saws to all kinds. statvroitii at Lawtey. No better *
is the .guest Wednesday to attend dental lectures.L. been drawn to be and personally appear COUNTY IIA 110 K. 8T\RKR.. tile
[ Adkins. I I before the Judge of the Circuit : In th. Stat..f Florida .( tk. .|OM .< ba.l- Work guaranteed M. S. Dank, Ininl, in Florida. Planted In short "'j

I Wyman attended to business Court in and for Bradford County n.M Oct. ttth, 11124.K..o.reee Bay street, Starke, rear of I). W. cotton and strawberries next year

Bring your pecans to me and get masters in Jacksonville first of the Florida, at the court house in Starkeof All Loanm und Dlnoaunu __ n. FBNalLB6Ovrnlrnrta > Alvarez's home 10-24-3t: farm will easily pay for itself ,
___ ._ .. .. CII'.IU Will sell for reasonable cash
I market J. F. Kjcklitcr. and State pay
prices. said Mondaythe
cash week. County on Unltnl auu IkimU __ 10.100.00 <
unn WANTED-Four or Five carpenters ",rnt. Balance ensy terms.! E. S.
' 3rd of November A. D. 1924, stets County and Municipal
It. day
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at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of Uondu .u 5,125.00 at once. D. Boree, SUrko. It1 Matthews, Starke, Flu. lo-n-4t.,1:!
tanking 110..0. Furniture and
I EOc dozen cash for eggs.j. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis are expected said day to serve as Grand and Pet Fi.t.._ _nnn_.___. 1I1,0nnOO '.w ;; ;
per FOR SALE One of the best
pay to return today from their Other I Krai K.t.to __u__________ I1CWIOH FOR RErJo'urnl or I
| F. Kickliter. It. motor trip to California.A. it jurors for the body of tho Countyof Duo rmm Incorporated Iliinka __. fit),((114 63 ished first floor Mrs unrurn-\ farms in the great Water Oak section .
Bradford at the Fall Term, A. D. Cuh lurtui __n___.__________ l.nn,81 Hughs' \ I
Cash on Hand ____Un__________ 11,288.81, :South; Walnut street; -t i of Bradford County, only a 1
Chickens wanted. J. F. Kickliter. 1924, of our Circuit Court, in and for ,
of mile off of fine gruJ-
U. O. Andreu, of Stuart, spent said County, to-wit: Total --_______-.___.____I401.BM.03I.l.blUUM and sleeping porch, first class con- ,quarter..1 road a under construction to I
several days of this week here look dition. Use of J garage." Apply Mm. now
Powell Luther G. ((2)) Capital Stock Paid in _____ ___S 4n.0ntl,00Klinilua connect with the state road at ;
after business matters. u 1 lain rick, Phone -I2-J It
Syrup barrels and cans all sizes ing Mott S. M. ((8) Kan.I,! __________u_... 15,000.0UniIvklnl I Lawtoy. Thirty acres or mare under
1'iT.m. os
iLniT ExprnuMand
I at J. F. Kickliter. It. Miss Hazel Middleton entertainedher Quigley J. T. (3) T.... faidl __uu___.____ 4, 04.S ; FOR RENT-Cnttagus, one 1room I cultivation. Practically no .w

friends Thursday evening witha Pinholster Moore Frcfl/ W.W.(1)L. (8) nriivlihtai[ (.h...k .W'IMMltfl. ______aubjucl_____u____tu_ 110,706.95* II I and one 4 room, in western part of wimte mid I on tho 1lucNext year
Frolic with tho ghosts and goblinsat delightful Hallowe'en party. Saving D"I"lta _____h________ 1V1,1I .BHCiuhtar' ,,1 1 I city; rentals reasonable.: Sea lUw- thin land will easily produce. a bale
Godwin J. G. ((1) ___
Chuck Oulntitnillnit tllll.'liBllla : of short cotton to the No better .'
[ the Club house tonight. Prevatt J. W. (3) Payable ____--_________-- <0.tOO.OCTotal I son J. Davis, Bank, of Sturkc. It. aero.
.1 strawberry or trucking land In
doughnut Mrs. Richard Boring and mother) Prescott Hiram (3)) _.__.___--_________I46I.IUA.O.H,,1.o'Olt{ SALE Humphries male crick Florida Reasonable cash payment .',.
of coffee and a /
Have a cup !Mrs. Gordon Tison of Gainesville, .
State of Ftnrltln. County of ItraUfonl. ,
w tI.
Bruning Henry C. (8))
( with tha ghosts at the Clubhouse motored here Wednesday to visit J. II. RllCir.Caahlur of II,. .Urv.-nnin..s!I et "Puppy Dog", cut worm dostroy- ami easy terms E, S. Matthews. ,
[ tonight. Parrlsh J. P. (5) Bank, do wilmnnlir .w.... that the abiivti elate \ er protects your "gardens, largo or Ktatke; Fin. lO-HMt. ;
; (friends: Dyal W. A. (4)) went l la ,run to the twt nf my knowlvdiic anilbvllof. i t
J. H. KI'ITK. Ceahler.CURRF'CTATTFet'rt ,
Clemons W. C. (1)

Hallowe'en party at 'Voman'sClub Judge R. A. Green and Col Floyd Pinholster J.V.. (d>) n'l WFEKS.: 'r .
( tonight. Admission 10 and 25c. Green were in Lake City the first of Sullivan Clarence ((3) T.: J. GRIFFIN ttl PC 11. I \ I

the week attending to circuit court Osteen R. T. (8) Dlrftitor. : I I:1':
Come in costume and masked and matters. Green G. W. (1) Ruhierlbril.. and tworn. to before_ m. thlaloth '' I
Icy of Oct. 11124.Snnh ,
[ win a prize. Johns C. A. Jr. ((7) ( A. 8. CKWK. Notary j

Mrs. James Shepard has been in Pearce P. J. (0)I -- ---- --1'.bllo'\1\ i'i't
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and Mrs. L. E. Lvesburg this week with her husband Leo G. W. (3)) In Circuit! Court. stli '".tlol.1 Ch... I

I Miner motored to Gainesville Satur- who was slightly injured in an Newsome B. E. ((2) riorlitn. In and for Urndfonl County. In
day. accident. Davis Wm. E. ((2) Forman I I
Wilson Ellis L. (3) v>. I I tOII ta FnraoliM' HIMSELF.
Tuesday mornirtir a daughter was County Supt. II. B. Wiggins and! Johns Edward B. (2)) It apnearlnir by the .rtIr., rlff.t'h..ti.: ....- I
\ born to Mr. and !Mrs. J. \V. Andrews, Prof. S. S. Dowling motored to Clemmons L. C. ((2) noy for the complainant ui>|iendtl to thu bill I THE ELECTION OATH REQUIRES '
of complaint tiled In the ahove entitle
| Jr., at their home on West Madison Gainesville Wednesday afternoon on Crawford H. R. (1) that It In the belief of a'flnnl that aau.1 I ,
[ street school business. Sapp William ((2) fvndant, C, W. llnndunon Company, a corporation. YOU TO DEFEND THE CONSTII I II
I. rcnidnnt. of Stall other than
a !
Ellington John A. ((2)). the State of .'lo.lne" ofaid TUTION. THE BALLOT IS SEC-
J. M. Alvarez, Mr and Mrs. Jack Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. O. L. Bronke Albert ((2)) ifehtnilant. la Knoxvlltii, In the Slate ofTenneaaw.
|Murden, of Jacksonville, Miss Aileen Gainesville Morgan: John W. ((3) that three In ni perl.nt In the I CANDIDATES
Beusley motored to Sutra of Florida the IMM, viet* of a auliiioenn1upon RET. VOTE FOR THE ;
['Alvarez and Billy Graham motored Thursday afternoon to attend theSelFloto IVsier! W. II. (1) whom would bind uch dvfundnnt that .
[to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. \ circus. I Alderman B. J. ((0) theaw. of .aid dofendnnt. I. unknown to affiant. 1 BEST QUALIFIED FOR ALL I ;

Haislop Wm. R. (2) It U t hereupon ordered that the acid defendant ,- ;

W B. Kuhl. of Leesburg here R. A. Green, Democratic nominee Kalchreuter L. R. (5) I I C It* and W; Htfndi'mon It in hcn'lvx Company ordered; i a to corporation appear I Ito OFFICES ON NOV. 4th. I

(looking after his pecan grove.A for Congress, was the luncheon Gainey L. R. ((8) the complainant., bill of complaint tllml j I'' I i\i
bvniln at the Court lloime at Htarkv. Itrnd- |
guest of the Order of Railway Con- J. F. tfj) / I ford County' Florida, on or before Mundiiy. i ithe ,
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. E.jV ductors at Waldo Sunday. Starling: Joseph E. (3) flint day. .of IWi'mt.i'r- 4 and It la | I

Hayes Tuesday morning at their In Witness Whereof, I have here I I once further n week ordered for that four thla conneeutiw order:( be weeka puhlliihed, In I I I

home on West Madison street. !Mrs L. E. Miner and little daughter unto net my hand and affixed the seal the .Bradford. County: Teluiirnph. a nfw.paer -
I )> publlnliml. at otarke. in Bradford County.rli .
Pauline, will go tomorrow to of our said Circuit Court, on this I Bob Cone spent Monday in Jack- I New Smyrna to be with Mr. Miner 18th day. \< of October A. D. 1921.G. I. 'I my hand, and the seal of acid, (Mr I I
Bonville. W. I'I cuit Court, at Htarke, In llrailford County.Flurlda. I Paid Adv.120Mile.
:wh9 is employed there in the city ALDERMAN, this October 2tuh' lutt,
power planter Clerk Circuit Court. O. w. AI.DF.RM\N,
--- Ifltall Clerk Circuit Court.C.
_ Mrs Hodges and
daughter, Marjorie Evelyn, of Jacksonville Mrs. S. S. Dowling and little CIIUKCH I B HI.LIS. Jr.. r

are guests of her mother, i daughter, Nettie,,jreturnetl Tuesday II | The service for the Twentieth Hollclton-for- -Cimilolnniit.| !81-Ht-ll-JS_ i-

KBrs. A. P. toffman. from- Tallahassee where they have Sunday after Trinity will bo at 11a. I OIUIRIlt t't'NIICATIONIn )
I m. .linllniul. Circuit of Gulf .
been with !Mrs. Dowling's parents I There was I Florida. Circuit In and Court fur Hth Bradford County. In.I Wind Sweeps Coast, '
a flood
_- Mr and Mrs. Ovid Haynes of Mr. and Mrs Stroman. attendance last Chancery.

Hampton, were guests of Dr. am|. evening the Church to consider tho- growth of I Charles Forman. I I| Bill close to: Fors.vs. I' Millions of dollars damage done in a few tours ,

Irs. O. I.. Haynes Sunday. Miss Kate CopUnger, of Indianapolis In this country, after William M. Ri-ynoldii et al I .. hlnrt-I I '
Ind., spent Wednesday with which was spent a social hour. Let I It HirnarlnK: by the 111.VI. nf"the attormy time.' Is your property protected against tornadoes :
for the eomiilnlnant Appended to the bill .
Miss Kate Struth returned home :Miss Olive Ray. Miss Caplinger j us--hope for a l larger attendance m-xt , Saturday after spending a month in stopped enroute to Miami where she j I -- ---- --- ,'IIIIK. ,.. ibnt It I. the he.lla.t. affiant that I r
Ito. dvfi'mlant, C W Ilimilenion' Company a three Insure in the Hartford.
Mrs. Sid will the winter. .. $1.00 years. y
Plant City with her sister, spend I r rM rntlon, In a rmidifnt of a Sate other \ ,
linn the Stale of Florida that the mlib-ncu ,
Johnson Miss Struth was accompanied -
UEPUBLICA"Ti/ 'Kfr-i' ,.r ald defendant. I. Knoxville In the HuiUitt
[> home by her sister.Mrs.! Johnson Tfii n. I J. R. DAVIS I & CO
and Sid Johnson, Jr Mutt of MorldH' the Nervlov of a MUhpovna'ipttn
I i For Presidential Elector. whom. would bind .urn defendant. that
Vote for Six. thtn.t>
    _' HollIs Knight of the University I "d Iunt : t
    li' I. Ihi'riMipon ordered. that I the aalil,' .,Ior. --- .
    Ttt Florida spent Sunday with his ANNA. K. ALLKNI: : e cJ n.Unl\ <'. W llnndwraon. Company, a corl .
    e,1.lnd !Mrs. D. E. Knight.Mr. I I l I"",tition.. |I..> coil It I U hereby ordered to at>- .
    J'nr.'iitn. PETEK: UAKNKiTF. ; : l.r U, the cornplninant'a hill of coni plant ", __ --_. -_ . .
    ,flied" herein, at the Court IInu." at Hlarkillradford -, :
    Iwfnr. M.. I
    Florldn n-
    County. on or
    and Mrs. Jack Murden, of BINGUAM <|dev thr flat day. of December. 124 : and It !
    Jacksonville, who have been visiting ,m furthnr orderetl h.tI.I. order I
    4REMEMBER :: enn.eautly. Do Not All!
    bei' parl'nts.11': and Mrs J. M. Alvarez JENNIE B. BRANDENBl1P.G llHliml nr..ka. once In the a llrailford week for County four Telncraph a The Nest Egg Spend

    returned home Wednesday.! .wnpi.-.r prhllahai'et'| Hlarke, In llrailford,
    ; H. B. JEF1"ItlE,9A. : .
    Florida. I
    County .....
    I Wham my hand and the aeal of .aid Circuit Think of all the
    Friends here have received th" H. wr'I.CH: Court at "' ...r... In Hradfurd. cun'y.l'In..I. things
    I .. thin OntoUr 2'Hhvi\. deposit I t today J will
    [following cardsIr.! and Mrs. Herschel For Member of Congress 2nd Congressional FOLKS I i'" O. w ALnFKM1N.. you that t may happen: .
    Circuit Court
    i 'Avail "Ch'rk;
    Filtrate: announce tho birth District ( H I.AYTON.T ,
    a baby girl, Mary Alice, on October : Vote for One. This is the store II Kl.Ija. Jr.. hatch out into a very I
    Sollcltoni for Oimplalnant. IdaiOtHiHSHERIFF'S Sickness.
    22nd. 1921.! Weight seven pounds. I I

    tMr, and Mrs. Fugate live at 515 H. O. BROWNFor where you can buy ALE comfortable sum when Accident .

    [fore Margaret:her marriage Street Orlando Mrs. Fugate, and was be- ( Governor standard merchandiseat I "-.Hereby...' nodela H he HIT cf nlven 1I..t.that. ..thatberrtuln I. W J. F.p- old I IJOM of Position.Fire. i .

    Vote for One. .ia. under and by trlrture i. your days come up I
    prices below what I orcVr mad and entered by the flunornlilit A, .
    W. R. O'NEAL ''V Ixinx. Judge of the Klxhth Judlciul ('I'
    I colt of I Ihr K.... of Florida.. In and for Itradford on Burglaries. j i
    in the you.
    you pay City. County: In that certain caua. pending, iI
    General .
    For Attorney I wherein. llaniptiin Htatfi Bank a corporation.in I
    a Vote for One. We have high rentsor I complainant, cad H. A. Htrlpllnv l I. ...
    no fondant will olfer for ..1.. and will sail at Bank of Starke Think of the things you : j
    public. auction. In front of the Court: house.1
    E B. KURTZFor high priced clerks. liar in Starke, Bradford County. Florida,, on need I
    Monday. the 3rd day of November 1"24\ ,during may :

    for One. ComptrollerVote : I Here You Can Get the Iraal now: hours under. of attachment.ale, the followlnirproperty In acid I is doing you a service Clothes I

    .11a'k'; : hone mulct on. big black
    M. M. OWEN.S:! Mme mule, ..ne blH yellow ho", mule, one
    c Dmtylas &Ijirra 2tolfliint plump puller. and no f-t nf ...101.. in urging you to open Food.
    t W J. EPPEIt5ON: !: ,_
    For State Treasurer It HherilT of Bradford, r>>unly Florida. Fuel.I

    Vote for One. &liiif. IzuprlUrar an account with it to- Shelter.;

    B. G. SMITH Sjautrnj, Arrow COFFINS & CASKETSAnd I day. The value of that' Furniture.

    For Superintendent of Public Instruction \

    litrtfl, and (!Enl-! a Pall Line .' service will be more Books. I II

    Vote for One. Uad.rfok.re' Sgpl..a ap-

    tarn I And wants agood
    ituyul :&atittiand everyone
    .. \ AUTOMOBILE ilEA IH1.! I parent to you every year

    For Commissioner of AgricultureVote / 1iarkagr l6nndLL1rallri Alw.y. *>. haiwl. TTi. beet .., I II time and amuse-

    for One. rlr. a. th. lowest price. 3p. i of life.
    Oell e".a On to UUfr.an .lEmb I I your ments.1' .

    J. L. SKIPPER tlurutl'ra .a Regist.rd .lmt.. I l
    The latest in Men's Mend i ')-

    For Justice of the Supreme Court: last but not least that International C DeWITT C. JONES Spread your good time through :
    Vote for Two. '
    Gear-all Colors
    Styles FRED CUBBERLY Tailor made Suit. STARKE FLA your life by always saving part of

    and prices. Come in and get measured up

    WILLIAM M. GOBEKFor for your Thanksgiving Day Suit I II I your money. I''

    Inspect my line before Railroad CommissionerVote and Overcoat.Sternberg's. No Worm. In a Healthy Child;

    1 for Two. All chlldm troubled with. Warms bas an no-. I i! BANK OF STARKEThe I
    buyigg.J.M.ALVAREZ. k.aaayeoke. whlcb Indkat.* poor blood and u a
    JAMES T. HODGES ...... there la mote or In. stomach dlatiutmnotGRrjVE l
    'S TASTELCSSchlll: : TONIO (Inn r.aul.flv. ,I
    I. O. PRICE ice two.. thn* week will enrich the blood Im. 'I Bank of Helpful Service
    Speller gooJi for leu place the d-Ioa..ad, ret e' Gnteral IRreoltbsoiedT.nbtob.whole I ,

    -. Paid Advertisement money throw oflordlapcl the entaiL.,_. dlb.Cblld Natur' will will thn bata \I-' ___ __ __ ._ _________,__ I

    parfeet ....... Pheasant. to UU. too per ....tJ& | --- ;
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    -= -- Fort Pierce-Fire house and jail Schell Byrd, James Reynolds and I, cording to the action of the board of "j

    i ih r to be built soon. Duffie Abernathy spent Sunday afternoon -I county commissioners, when they 'WRIGLm
    at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
    session for the -
    FARMERS and FARMINGFARMERS Lakeland-$775,000 bond issue to A. C. Hall. met in special purpose

    be voted upon for installation of !Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hal of arranging for the general After Every Meal

    __ .. sewage system and widening streets. were visitors to Hampton Saturday. election. I

    AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Jacksonville( ::-Art' Stucco Com- i A. Hall, of Hampton, was the Under the Florida law there must It's the longest-lasting

    ARTICLES OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUNDTO pany of Philadelphia, to establish guest of his son, A. C. Hall Sunday. be a representative of each politi- I confection you can buy

    BE BEST SUITED TO OUR: COUNTY plant here.Tarpon I I Mr. Calvin Davis, of Gainesville, cal party on the board of. Inspectol'lI.and -and It's a help to digestion -
    was in our section Tuesday after- and a cleanserfor
    ----- ----- in the majority of the 28 pre-
    .. '_ Springs Building construction -
    -'- the mouth
    active. noon.Mrs.. G. F. Johns and Miss Clem- cincts there are no white people
    mie Hall spent Wednesday with) registered as Republicans or any
    FLOWERS FOR FLORIDA !Plant City-Realty transactions ac ..
    Mrs._ Eliza Robinson, of lJampton.A. other than the Democratic.In Wrigley's means
    ca (By Spuds Johnson) tive. C. Hall was!: in Hampton on benefit well as f
    Lust the Hint week in November the Micanopy precinct, it wa
    year pleasure
    Last week I traveled through several Road to baseball\ Wednesday afternoon.
    Tarpon Springs- Com
    this state of
    was /flower-week in I the understanding County
    counties of northern and western )Florida people made honest effortsto park to be paved at once. HIGHLAND I missioner Wood, Postmaster Rosen-
    S't Florida where most of the cotton
    up beautify their yards, lawns, camp Additional streets to berger was a .Republican and Mr. I
    And I to tell i Plant City- .
    mean was
    ; grows you walks drives etc. Ooct 31. H. M. Hill had him slated one of the -
    I surprised at the lack of precautions I souses, streets, be paved. Highland, Wood as :
    That la a sufficiently worthy under- was a visitor to Jacksonville Tues- inspectors, but upon investigationit ,
    being taken by farmers. I observed ,
    taking to be made an annual affair. Lake Hamilton-City plans Incor day. was found that he had registeredas .
    fields but in efforts I
    none were ,
    many Believing that, if reminded of this poration. Mrs. G. W. 'Parker, of Jacksonville, a Democrat.
    : "being made to destroy the cotton s
    and if Pcrly encouraged, there spent Tuesday here with relatives.M. Other precincts were found to be e ;
    stalks and thu!: the crop of boll will be many persons interested in Avon Park-Two miles of streets P. Phillips, of Lake City, and in the same 'condition, and there was

    weevils that may\be expected next planting flowers shrubs! etc. this to be paved in new subdivision on 'E. R. Neff, of Starke, were trans nothing left for the commissioners

    summer. full, the home demonstration forceof King's hill.StuartNew. 'acting business here Tuesday. to do but appoint negroes. These appointments -
    Before I must
    cussing anybody the State desire to lend assistanceas Pelican hotel to be Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, were made, but the commissioners
    fir' confess that to the time of ,
    trip the cotton up plants on my farm my far as possible. The suggestions built at cost of $175,000.: Miss Beth Wimberly and W. M say they want it distinctly I IAystw

    had not been plowed under. Hut that below, concerning various plants, Wimberly visited friends at Hampton understood that such appoint- : -7r
    may be of some value. Winter Haven-Seaboard railwayto Tuesday. ments were made solely to comply
    was the first job we did after my return -
    and we turned them under I'ansies: Few flowers surpass this build new $40,000 passenger depot G. M. Sistrunk, of Starke, was a with the law. I

    a low-growing annual. It should be and $12,500 freight depot. business visitor here Wednesday.Mr. ,
    deeply. Now I can write this with a
    planted from September to November and Mrs. H. E. Adams, of:
    clear mind. and is well adapted to mass- Orlando-Plans under way for Hampton, were guests of Mr. and .t v E Mik O Sfbtka4 D.t1E.thBM .3.kst.0.Jt 9

    Of course cotton Is an important I bed planting. It will not produce erection of Y. M. C. A. building. Mrs. H. C. .
    f \ Wimberly !
    item with only a few Florida farmers Kilgore's Bred Right
    large flowers rich soil or M. of Jacksonville
    except on construction for Jopling, ,
    and it is growing less important Sfuart-Building
    every year. But that isn't the point.If where plenty of stable manure has first O months of year passes half was a business caller here Thursday.
    been added. B. II. Kicks and ila. Wimberly
    we are going to grow anything, million mark. I
    Sweet Allysum This is small made business Starke Wed-
    : a a trip to
    we ought to do our best by it. And
    plant which bears profusion of to be fSEEDPOTATOESiZ
    by leaving those stalks growing In a Freeport-Freeprt( highway nesday.
    the field! after the crop has been flowers and is suitable for edging, improved at once. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Home left
    beds, baskets or for planting around Wednesday on a business trip to Z
    picked is not good farming. the base of palms or other plants. Nine principal railroads in south Tampa. qt ... ,. a
    Just because there happened to Sweet Peas The Winter Flowering eastern coast states show steady Increase .. -
    and t
    : M. C. Coulter Claude Geiger,
    be few boll weevils
    only a summer -
    Spencer group seems best suited in earnings. of Jacksonville, were visitors here .., -
    docs not mean that there will

    a be only a few Again next summer. to Florida. September and Octoberare . Thursday.E. ... I 1
    the best months to plant them, B. Griffis returned Friday froma .
    Don't you remember that in 1923!) the I .
    r cotton crop was almost nothing; and although November is often not too EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY business trip to Tallahassee.F. 1.u 11E
    late. Plant about two inches apart, AGENTS' REPORTS D. Lang was a visitor to Starke t
    the winter following a hard anti late covering two inches deep. Finally e Friday.C. :. \
    there weevils "
    one; was so many !: ,
    i and then the winter killed most of thin to four inches apart. Marlon-County fair associationhas O. Guess, J. L. Briggs, C. M '.- ".

    the few. Anthirrhum, Snap Dragon: A fine put on big drive to make coming Deane, and T. M. Limbaugh were -

    {t;' The few that passed the winter flower for cutting and for massing fair the best ever held; much enthu- among the traveling men calling on '." -.
    In beds. There are dwarf and large the trade here last week.B. .. +
    hit the crop late, too late to do any siasm. Had 93 people attend meeting
    ... real damage. But a lot of young varieties in all colors !, with pictures Tuesday night in community B. Williams spent the week-end -+ i rX -
    Candytuft: This plant grows to I here with relatives.F. .
    weevils!: were hatched out about thee ; where our work has received .
    be about a foot high and looks wellin M. Crews made a trip to 'Starke
    time the matured and heretofore
    crop you can little encouragement ; ap- t '
    bet your last slick dime there will masses. preciation was expressed at this Saturday.
    ,J be lots of weevils passing through Phlox: Hardy phlox are readily meeting. A. A. Mersereau left Friday for j

    y+% the coming winter, unless It la unu- grown from seed and are splendid Avon Park where he will be locatedfor +. ".)

    sually severe. They are thriving and for waste places or grown in masses. Baker-With poultry specialist some time. .

    still Increasing on the green plants, Although some annuals do well in culled 350 hens and pullets from two C. M. Click, of Jacksonville. wasa .

    The thing to do is to destroy those poor soils, they are an exception /flocks out of four visited. visitor here Friday. del"'OIU.t +

    plants right now.Cut off the weevil's rather than the rule, and one will be Messrs, !Suddley!! and Williams, of

    supply of food; starve him to death.If well repaid for thoroughly preparingand Putnam People are showing Jacksonville, were here Monday surveying !
    you don't believe this take thin enriching the soil. Plant food their interest in our coming county south of Seaboard passing

    adviiv. Uut watch out for weevils in necessary for the successful grow- fair by bringing in exhibits readily. track wit a view to extending 1 It 'mow.. r

    ++' next summer Ititr of any plant. Stable manure is Escambia-Everything is moving some distance. Thft work has been PACKED IN f00-LB. CRATES .
    excel Ion t. for enriching the soil, for contracted and ditcher i Is
    : a steam
    'nicely for tho West Florida Fair at I BETTER SEED POTATOES .
    MIXTURE; supplying the necessary plant food. Pensacola, opening November 3; expected here this week to commencethe
    BORDEAUX KEEPS Other requisites are clean cultivation I several counties and communitieswill work of grading through the cut. THE BEST SEED IS THE CHEAPEST IN THE END *
    rElTKIt LEAF SPOT DOWN and plenty of moisture. The sand taken out of the cut will be
    : exhibit. hauled to Lawtey and used for muk p, Kilgore'i Bred Right seed] potatoes give double the yie d of ordinary ;t

    GroWI'rtt' t seed. It has the vigor and varietal purity free of disease and true to t
    id peppers are reporting FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Okeechobee Full truck crops ing a grade to extend the side trackat
    the appearance of the disease known REVIEW coming along fine. Am urging dairymen that point. t type. Parent stock right, grown, harvested and stored right. Double i

    as leaf-spot to the Florida Experiment _Clermont 125-ocre; site being to mix their own feeds! and to graded. Write for further information and prices. Early or late ship. .

    ,r Station, at the same time inquiring cleared for Postal Colony. have their cows tuberculin tested. NL'GKOES: ; WILL HAVE ments.
    y for means of controlling it PLACES ON:' jOAIU "'> ;;

    in time to prevent serious lasses. Volusia-Little damage to citrus LLLCTIOM.1NAI.: : ; :::'. KILGORE SEED COMPANY +
    Plans for
    Spraying the plants with 4-t-IiO Tampa- being prepared from high water. Now looks like we

    '. bordeaux mixture seems to be the I $750,000 apartment hotel to be erect- shall have an exhibit at the New (..ilctlk( : >, Prauticullj t i.% PLANT CITY, FLORIDA i

    most effective means of controllingthis ) ed on Davis Islands York show in February. Citrus ship- prtLiiiit in] the county ", III' have' i "', .
    .0 D/fTMs E.3. ,
    disease, according to the replies ping has not started yet, and none negro on the hoard of election managers jaD .

    Rent to the growers. In order to be I Mt. Dora-Building construction contemplated soon. at the November election, ac-
    unusually active. REPORT f\9 TIIR CONDITION IIP THH
    1 sure to control it, spraying -
    Walton This bas been a great
    should commence even before Anclote channel 110 In the .Iate of Florid, at the doe* of butt-
    the wIek'with hnv makers. Our new fair n.... October nth. IU24.
    plants removed from
    young are feet wide to bo dredged( in Anclote RESOURCES
    building is about completed -
    ; everything
    seedbeds and
    contined regularlynfter I.onnB on Real -----------$12G26.02:
    river from cut.tide beacon to this
    '1 points to u splendid fair. Loans un Collateral Security lJtherthen
    they .
    F'! nrp planted to the fields. place. Real Kiitata __-_. ._ ... B."d..ie.
    The disease, according to G. F. Alachua-Have made several All other Loan and DlaoountH tH.ilHJ.lH I II
    % Weber, associate plant pathologist, Miami-10-story hotel building to grasi United Slates Bonds ___n____... 2,000.00Bsnklne I
    and legume plantings in tho county House, Furniture and fixtures I, .
    *1 first appears as small brpwn spots be erected at cost of $2,000,000. this week in cooperation with the _nU_________._.u_ 4.623.S8 4G9&7got -.
    having dark margins and white cen Other Real Estate ______n_____-... 2,466.8:
    Arcadia Bids. to be received for grass and forage crops specialist of Due from Incorporated HanHa ____ 7.041.83C..h !
    ters. The leaf surrounding the spots the Experiment Station. on Hand ._____hn_______ t.8:'6.8tl
    construction of 116 miles of hard-
    may yellowed. The -
    L4 ; spots grow surface road in Desoto county. Total ________u____ ___._1S4.081.43
    rapidly. The leaves wilt and fall. Duval-J. O. Traxler, formerly LIABILITIES

    The cause is a fungus and its spores county agent of St. Johns county, Capital Stouck Paid In _________.U.dOO.OO I
    Eustis-60-acre tract fronting on __
    i Surplus Fund 1.300.00
    are easily scattered by means of Lake Eustis purchased for subdivision took up his work here as assistant Undivided Profile- -(Leaa. -Expense-,

    wind and rain, thus making early county agent on October 16. His and Taxra, Paid) _n _____ 1.0U8.21 ? lk1C7S

    and) effective preventive measures first work will be to get up our exhibit Individual Check _Depoalta_________subject u__._"_ ...to. 2t.1I08.48
    r imperative. Groveland $100,000 bond issue for the State Fair here next Time Certificate of Deposit ______ 1J.619.3Ciuhier'l ,

    Since leaf-spot makes its appear- voted for street paving. month. No... and Checks Hilla Kediaoounted Outatandinir _._._._. 2.688.40 70.00 I
    ance so suddenly and unexpectedly, --
    Dr. Weber Safety Harbor Approximately TotalStet. __________________M4.ilSl.4S
    urges to WOODLAWN
    "7 the plants even though they show spray no $700,000 in realty sales reported I. A.. of A.Fh FUTCH.>rlda. County Cashier of Rr.drrdBB.ofh.. abo.:e Buick curtains and

    indications of the trouble. "This is from September 15 to October 1. Woodlawn, Oct. 21-D. B. Brown- named Bank do "solemnly wear that the open
    1' t above statement M tru. to the beat of
    t" another instance when Clermont Sidewalks to be ing was a business visitor to Jack- knowledge' and belief. A. A. FUTCH c..r.CORRECTATTEST. my. I
    g; bial 'stitch in time saves nine holds!: structed con- sonville Friday. t close with the doors on all
    on several streets.
    W. O. SEALS.
    fr to true, he says.GADSDEN Misses Lois and Gladys Norman B. a JOHNS

    St. Petersburg 63-4-mile toll attended church at Evergreen Sun- A. A. DUHDEN.

    TO MORE bridge, said to be longest in world day.Mr. Subscribed and sworn to before Director... thl. touring roadster models r !
    i- THAN DOUBLE ITS completed between this city and and Mrs. J. S. Norman were 20th day of October 1U24.

    TOBACCO ACREAGE; Tampa. business visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. G.Clerk W. ALDERMAN. 1
    of Court Bradford Count They are 1
    and Mrs. Will Yarbourgh of snug fitting and 1
    r Bright Leaf (;rowers Enthusiastic Winter Haven-Central avenue to Jacksonville were the week-end REPORT OP THE CONDITION OP

    t. Over Success In fast Season, be widened between Second and' guests of Mrs. Yarbourgh's mother, In thM BANK State OP of Florida STARKE at AT the STARKK cl.... of bual.n keep out wind and rain
    Signing Up for Next Third streets. Mrs. Roden. October 8th. 1924. i

    Yor Crop. Miss Mozelle Browning is spending All Loam and RESOURCES Discount ..,__-1128.200.43
    Arcada-Contract let at 123.500\ the week in Jacksonville the I Overdraft u-- _-, 'n'- ._. sow fib Any child can them.
    Quincy. Gadsden county will for construction of bridge across United States Bonil _-__..._____ Il.t50.00 operate
    guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Valencia State County and Municipal
    next year more than double her Peace river. Bond n.n... ___ __. __u 18.000.00I
    't bright tobacco and Banking 110..... Funlture and Fixtures Bu
    acreage increase!! deod 1
    the number of Homestead-Work to start Immediately A large crowd attended the social I --.----._-._____ 9,286.19Other $ in uri "Jlondstey
    planters raising this at the home of Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Real EataU .. ._..n______ 5.820.44I comrIj :
    on $300,000 waterworksand
    of tobacco > _
    type by fifty per cent. lie from Incorporated Bank 29,817.44
    sewage system. Phillips Friday evening. Claim and other reeourcva TaxCertineate
    Those facts were revealed here at a Dock Melvin and Ancil _____ __ _____ 728.87 ,1
    large and enthusiastic gathering{ of Bithlo Thompsonwere Cash Item* __________n____'_____ mil.13 -I"'IJ.A .
    ' \ representative tobacco planters of miles of-city Contract streets.let to pave 4 1-2 Thursday.business visitors to Starke Cash on Hand ______- .....--____ 8.2S1.S4 ,.,. I f- W

    the county. Encouraged by the reports Total un____ _-.-______fJ04.OGl.44 -,
    Dewey McPherson I
    of Maxville
    ,r.l given at the meeting, the directors Bradl'ntownulldlng permits issued was a visitor here Wednesday, eve-, Capital Stock Paid LIABILTIES, In ____u_____1 16.00000) I .

    of the Florida-Georgia during September totaled $123- ning. Surplus Fund ____n__________ 7.5UO.OO ... J.
    Bright Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 013. Undivided. ProStaILessExp.nertoand ,
    Co. Mrs. S. II. Thompson and childrenwill .T.O. Paid) .n_..________ 8.7U.83 .j (
    are now proceeding with their plans Individual Depoaita aubject to .
    to open a second warehouse at this St. Augustine Extensive improvements leave Saturday for Miami where Ch...ik ----_____-__________ 104.1)78
    being made at Ponce de they will make their future home. Saving Depoelta .. .. ________ .. 72.406.ag
    point to care for the increased acreage Time CertlHcatea of Depolt Un 594 43 'tj
    of this county as well as to Leon and Alcazar hotels Certlned Checks IT 25 -j
    handle that to come in here from I South Jacksonville_ New PINE CASTLE HILL Cuhier'a Chucks Outstanding 22v.li

    southwestern Georgia and the neigh- -- motionpicture Pine castle TotAl .____.________ .aq4.PII\.U
    theater opened. Hill, Oct. 24-Mr. and State of Florida. Bradford .
    County of i .
    boring counties of Leon, Jackson! Mrs. Joe Youngblood. of Graham, I. RAWSON J. DAVIS. Caahter of the LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY ;
    . Holmes Liberty, Wakulla and Jef Sarasota Delcpane-Price Devel- were the guests of their above-named Bank do aotemnlr awear that J
    f d;. ferson. daughter. the above statement la true to the beet of my M. Smith Mana..r. I
    ,opment Company construction suburban Mrs. G. F. Johns, Thursday. knowMne and belief.RAWSOV. Baker Bradford
    Gadsden county has taken the city, involving expenditure of Misses Clemmie and Lucile Hall J. DAVIS. Cuhler. Columbia and Union Counties ,.
    leading part in the development of several million dollars. CORRECT A'n'EST.Eo 1
    were visitors in the Ft. 8
    Harley MATTHEWS.
    , the bright leaf in Florida and the Tuesday. While there section A. M. DARBY. When better automobiles are built Buick will build them
    i first warehouse in Florida was opened West Palm Bench; ;:Florida, We t- tored to Graham. they iro- J. W. ANDREWS. 8R.
    II.t at Quincy this year. !Mora than a rne & Northern Railroad new line, Willie Prevatt and Louis Subscribed sad worn to before m. this --- ,

    ,\,: million pounds were sold here this / to build $100,000 station hen blood of Graham, and B. J. Yoyng-McRae, 2Ut I Seal day a* October 1924. D. Notary B. hNl'iltTI Public. "WILD BETTER FERTILIZER BE HIDE WE WOULD MARE IT"J 1

    past season, a record that was excelled '. Fort Pierce-Street paving con- of Waldo, spent Sunday evening at .*T IKh Pricemrt .( the eM "u.... -SIMON Pl'RB" and "GKM BRANDSw
    by only four houses in Georgia tract let at $33,046.05. the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. -- -- ready wiitalidac PALL PRICES. 11_.ar4 ef QUALITY for the past ,

    \ in 1923. This is an exceptionally) I |Johns. I.I To Cure a Cold In On. Day Florida G_,. Prleaa rlckt-quality ..noI......... Net Ue ckeapeer*.. u.f.rty. BaT yasa...alto...

    good record according to tobacco Sarasota A'clated; ; Enterprise j Mr. Dryden and son, Leon, were ,Take.ope the LAXAm'E'ouah and BROMO Headache QUININE and!: (Tabtotal It avlta. AIM let arlcellat INSECTICIDES.: SPBATKRS.: DUSTERS aid DUSTS.E .
    works oft.he
    men, for a new market. to erect $150,000 theater in Waldo on business Tuesday. 'Cold E. W.KOV E S elgnarure on each bog Me. .0. faiater Ftrtiliur Co.

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    WAR VETERANS AREURGED Notice of Appointment) of :ManagersFor iMtlon to be hld on the Spat Tuesday art.,

    Famous fanciers Furnish Fine TO APPLYWashinjjton. General ElectionAt e ... ..... the atlnratlun first Monday or rj In*.tlon November., towltl A., D. tall for

    : : STATE FAIR POULTRY SHOW TO SET NEW RECORD : : SectIon 9. The IuUle urr nhall have power
    1,300,000 applications its regular meeting :Munday Practical t.> establish, change ant abolish r local" .ov...

    Feathered Flocks Florida Fair out of a possible 4r 0|>,000 have October 0, l'J-1 I. the board of county mltrniiny sot, county In the l.rriUirlally plac of all thniiiuhinit aunt,. 01 Du-, .

    for been received for the soldiers bonus commissioners of Bradford county, ( tct. municipal anil local ......nm.nta. titNkrH.

    and veterans who intend to apply for FlorIda, apointed managers! and I Nurse TellsMrs. bn...>.11.n.. IrvlHlatlv.. official. circutlv coiutltutlonal or judicial.or atatu.ry. anti.

    'Jacksonville Exhibition Awarded Official State the adjusted compensation were urged clerks for the several election prcctncts shall prmcrlbv the jtmedictlon.. p"...,, dutIes

    to do so without delay by Major- of UraJiortl county, for the N. E. Snow: of Rout. ant ties funetlrn"*irtitlv. .if and itich judicial unvrrnin.'tit.departm.nta It* li iUI-and'

    American Poultry Association Show, General Robert C. Davis adjutant general election to be held Tuesday 1., near Paris Term., tells the It, b.'anis. bodIes and official to dlvl.le th*

    general of the army. after the first Monday in November story of her experience as I 10"intory incliuliH. In emit eo..rnn.nt Into
    November 20-29. inordinate
    follows: ritatrlrte, and to pmcriba a just
    Of the received 850-: 192 thu tho -Itli ; ll ..il ..,
    applications same being dry of "1 am 62.rH and I aminahlo .m of taintlon for auch"

    A cackling chorus of three thotmnnd. voices will greet the visitors when 00 have been examined and about said month and the clerk in.trUl.tl'.1 l have been a' practical phi' nuran ncrnmrnt l..n.I., .,. lulrbtr andn shall. nlalln b* and.* remain and tutu ri..

    the gates for the seventh annual Florida State Fnlr are thrown open for its 400.0001 have been passed and certificates to publish names of said miinagors &t for more than :20 years takIng nltcly In ama and taxahl liability, : a homo

    ten day run on November 20th. for the amounts due forwarded and clerks as required by laws an f mmtly maternity canr-a.. .If.. ml In In a rural area shall not b* HmHwi aa
    a city town hut ,
    _ Young blrdB. old birds. birds of all colors and nearly to the veterans' bureau which follows : w One er my daughters: suffered this nation or shall .b.: .IT..cUv.no legislation until a mnjorl.nfthi under'.

    I- every standard breed representing the finest feathered make payments or otherwise compensate 1'reclnct No. 1. Law Ifb from crampuir at $h. 'v ctcctnri In the county, who shall
    ley.K. ,
    would bend doubl. li- thi'reon at election
    just and n for the
    I stock In the country will be on hand at the etate fair to the veterans the tJI ... purpoaa
    as adjusted A. lilanchard J. T. Reddish 'i, have to go to bad. il I IVh... ere qualified. to ..... for member of
    I compete for the cash prizes cups special awards and compensation law provides."It I II". ImUlatur' shall vot. In favor of such
    and H C. Fad.'ett Managers and U. legislation.
    t trophies which represent the most liberal premium list l Imperative from the stand

    I ever offered for at the etate fair. II. Pearce Clerk.
    poultry point of in adminstration 1JOINT RR80I.IITIOM Propoelnt ..nnr.'m'nl
    I ) The state faIr this year has been awarded the official Precloct No. 2. Starke (North) \, t.. Art loin. IS. Section 17. of.
    Gen. who is in .
    I and accredited State American Poultry Association "Gold says Davis charge' G. II. Bennett T. P. Walt and T. CABDOIThe lit.| Constitution of the A'.'. of Florida
    of the machinery for handling 'thu 1 lttlnii to the lueuanc, of IliiniU by 8pcll
    L Medal" Show. carrying with it the official prizes and S. Williams, Managers andV.. E. Ta.. School nutrlrta and the Levy of a Tat *
    __ applications "that those veterans ,< ......
    other awards that go with a show receiving this award. Davis, Clerk. a Rlnklnit Fund for the Payment
    who intend to avail themselves of tho Principal and Intermit Thepeon.
    President E. W. Brown of the American Poultry Association of Florida even- Precinct No. 3. Starke (South) no It R.ei>lvnl by the LegIslator of the Stale

    in a statement Issued regarding the selection of the state fair for the official tually of the benefits conferred by T. N. Kendrick Edward Burns andF. Woman's Tonic of Florida. i
    the act should make their application That th.. folli..vlna iimi-ndment of gtlon
    show "We have
    says : thoroughly examined the state fair premium list\ their G. llollinirsworth Managers und 17 of Article 12 of the ron.lltutlon of IhrSlal

    methods of conducting a show receiving and caring for birds consigned for now. To extend the work overa J. L. Peck Clerk. tt" waa recommended to her and .,f Florida, a* ratlnml at th. General Blrctlon

    exhibition purposes, and the list of judges and show officials. We find every period running up to January 1, '5g she only hud to take about "f !R.-i.rw.-ntiilivr. held. In the year of IllS' .b.
    Precinct NC 4. (,irahaniChcsley and th. tarn I. hereby ..........
    ). to and hall h*
    thing to be the best 1928. the time limit which applications -
    procurable housing conditions being ideal transportation y two bottles when she hardly ulimttted to the .lector* of the Rtat al the

    acuities assuring quick arrival and delivery of birds reputable Judges can be made, can result only in Fogg! II. D. Wasden and (r'i knew that It wan ., aha ,nt fiimvral' Rleetlnn. of Itirwntatlv to

    whose ability is woll known and of long standing in fact. everything as it a material Increase in the cost of adminstration Tommie Odom Managers and W. T. suffered so little pain. .b* held? In. the year. Iv2. for ratification[ orrejection

    'horrid be to Insure the Official State Show of the A. f A. obtaining rank which the war department McEver. Clerk. t "M y youngest daughter ..toniliHl. en That a* to laid read Section a. follow If IStctlon shall b*

    among the foremost poult'ry exhibitions of America is endeavoring to hold to a Precinct No. 5. Hampton wan run-dov weak and I 17. 'l'he LetfUlntur may provld'
    The new prem'um list show snbatantial In "'' n..rvoulI1 and 1 lokcd like she fop twolal ta. *erio a increase prizes accordingto minimum."It Walter Griffin J. V. Jones and E. t. ,
    the ev.rlunlvit
    & didn't rmve .a hit of blood M tu* of nilbllo fec. schools
    President Willlnm P. Doughis: of the Jacksonville Poultry soQdnUon.} under is to the utmost benefit of the I]. Hutchinson, Managers and C. E. 'l1 left--Just a ",..Ikllll skeleton 'S ithln any such .",""Inl tat school dIMrlet.'
    the of which { h'n"'r, a majority of th.
    auspices the state fair show Is being staged.; "Our classification qualined eleotnrahi
    veteran both as a vctri.n and as a Harper. Clerk. im no appetite and tired all the .prof who are frevtiolilor, shall vote Inmop

    cash and sweepstakes" prizes will compare favorably with the lead. taxpayer that if he intends to apply Pre rIng shows of the muntry. President Douglas declares "and competition is 1".1. utah I'Isotrol/ .
    ; for benefits I I) of ("arilul. It !built her UD hero.unilrr which vhallml.
    the conferredby .
    eventually .. touether. with thn .
    vulntlnic In.lphleiliN
    open to the world U. D. May J. S. Grinor Jr. and W. anti
    the act, he ehoitld do so at once." 'l and she IM-KIIII: out in? of .ncli .,.....In'' tax nchiHil ilUitrlct M pern'flt
    In his official "atement regarding the coming show _ A. Jones Manager uud K. C. lleibcTger \ soon trained in weight and nf 'thi* itnfiiwni.d value of the (stable prop
    which is published. In the state( fair premium list, President The war department is now readyhe Clerk. has been so wall since." ,,rly of .".h dUtrlct ncronllnu 'In th* last a.*
    Douglas poll.t'd' out that the Association Is highly ( added to receive verfy and Certify Cardul the Roman's Tonic ...imenr fop Rtat and County tiurpoaea priortho
    -V Precinct No. 7. New River grii
    ; .
    to issuing of ,..h bond. Any bond !*.
    pleased over the I < t that Judge D. E. Hale, of ("pol1ltry't.'l' [ on average of 30,000 or more applications D. W. Kclley C. M. Phillips and has helped suirprlnjf( women ui-il horruniler atoll "becomi. pavnhle within

    III., Internntlonalh Known as one of the foremost ..41experts daily, whereas applications S. C. for or forty years. ) thirty yenni from the tint.. of Imiuaiiti. In an
    Crows anJ1.. N.
    of the world has been secured to judge the show q arc now coming at the rate of Managers I At all druggists'. .null. tiiNtnllment which Hhall rommnco nuluun .
    \ Parker Clerk ::Trykl" < than thrco yours after the dat* of luaua.nch .
    The poultry i-l.nws. according' to Secretary R. M about 10,000 a day. ': annual 1..lIment aliall, .b* not lea*
    Precinct No. 8. llrnnkar
    Strlplln afford Ih. xrcntest opportunity for the layman G S lian,. thne ri r rut of tht total amount of
    .. fancier breeder nnd the I IJ'I J. 11. Kelley A. L. Green and i E. he IKNIIO Whrncxer any inch special ,tttitihnot
    commercial egg; farmer to obtain FLAGS FOR VETERANS .
    dldlrlct hanotod In favor of ttt. !.
    Information -ocelva' valuable Instruction and enjoy SHY ONE HOW OF STARS M. Ilitxun Managers: and A. U.) Sur- -- '--" _. --. .,nance of miflh bonita. a apeclat ta. tnt the

    healthful recreate'" while mingling with his follow\ poultrymen where all are rency Clerk. "IY".I' nf Un tel.-...... on Haiti lMind an.l the
    Colds rlnrltnil, thiiri-of nil [it.. name .',nil beom
    Cause and Influcn/n
    congregated to ailf're and study the best products of their common achievements New York.-A denuncation of the J. M. BROWNLEE drip ,I Inr nnil niivnM. **. lmlt ...Irvlcil on the I taxalil

    I United States Veterans Bureau for Chairman of BourJ.! LAXATIVE DROMO VIIININK Tablet .,-..."... ",ti'iu'rty' within' thu dlntrlct\ voting for their

    J, A special lecture will he given day of the fair In the CHUM. There In only our "DroiiiaUululnE. ; tniiiiiiu-o, I In NCconlanOf* with Inn iirovlillnii for
    every ilui .
    poultry building
    "policy of supplying! cheap shod- Attest : tI.. let y uf tuxm and ....h tat shall not .beapi'ilesi
    I thy H. B, Lansden rho Is In charge of the state boys' and girls' poultry clubs, dy flags" for the coffins of veterans G. W. ALDERMAN: W. (..KOVK lauututo uu boa SOo. ._ to any purim. other than the pay.
    I and Is poultry exp rt of the University of Florida Extension forces. -- n-nt of the prlne.lpa.1. and InUrmt" of said
    of the World! War was revealed. At Clerk. 10-17-3t-10-3l ". ".'I... ..
    l' Entries for th' "how this year will close ten days prior to the opening oftithe n recent committee meeting of the J. I.. FRAZKB -

    fair. This. tb show committee claim, Is highly essential to the prompt \ JOINT Rlt'RfIlT'flO'lProposlng: an arnnnil-
    fland I proper hand'! n'; of the details\ so necessary In giving the best service New York State Federation of Wo ATTORNEY ANI COUNSELLOR ", ,'n' of Section. a of Article. 1 of the Con-
    men's Clubs Sirs Lillian R. Sire .tltutlon I of the Slat nf Florida kololln
    j! I i all concerned Growing Old Too Fast? AT LAWPOS'rOFFICE to Census and AplNtrtlnnmant.ll .
    Fto produced a flag which she declaredto HUILUINO >* It Kitmlvnil, by th. nlelatur. of the Slat'
    \ '" be made of inferior material and of. Florida i
    That the following nmendmeitt of Section
    j to be minus a row of eight stars. STARKE. FLA. ::1 I "f Article' 7 of thn Conatltutlnn of the .State
    She declared that the flag was one of Many Stiirke Folks Frrl Ol.lcr ..r Inrlila. ..Inti... It* CVneua. ,..,.1 Apportionot .
    i : Slower than They Should.. --- .---. --- -- .nt. bo, and the sam* U, hereby scowl to
    CLUBORK/ RECOGNIZED AS VITALFACTORSTATE'S tOO,000 contracted for by the veturuna I NOTICE OP ELIcCTION: nnd. wliall milimltted lo the eleetont of til*

    bureau. I Stain of Florida for approval nr rejection at
    [Lh* next fluneral ElectIon: of hvpreaentntlve
    f. Are weak tired nil worn-outl To the RherltT of Bradford County of Ih. I 10 I... rii'lil thn lint' Turodnv. aflnr the SrtM"nla
    you Slut, of
    DEVELOPMENT Klml.laiHo
    In Novrnilwr,'. A. I). IIH4i I thai la
    )rAGNn'ICEPIREWORKSI' Do you ffol y fill's older than ethel It Known 'I hut f. II. Clay CrawfordR.cn't to *.,.. that Bevtlon R of pilule 1 of th.
    '" folks of your IIKO? Then look to your .ry of Hint of lh. 8tU of Plorlila ,'"".",'ulln of the Hint. of Florida shall b*
    ' the blood-i do hereby ..... nntlec tInt a .
    kidney The kidn'y"f"- mended Ui read a fnilnwiS.rtln :

    for and Girls Includes Exclusive Pyrotechnic Offering filters and if they\ weaken the effect ho tinlil GENERAl' :!In Hradfonl ELECTIONWill County. Hint a.rFlorlI. a. The eiclalatur. that shall meet
    State Fair Program Boys In reitular. ....Ion A. I n. 11)85. anti those that
    in-stoned For State is quickly felL You have constant ., on Tiletulay n"'at auceemllnir. the hall meet every ten year tliereaftor, hall
    $5,000 in Prizes Fair Pageant.An I backache headaches diuinens and first Mumlay In Novemh.r. A. P. 1UZ4. thaid apportion, Iho Ki-prenentatlon. : In the 8e>natt
    urinary troubles. You feel lame, stilt T".IA" bnlnir the and ahnll provide for thlrty-eliiht nil' San,
    FOI' KTII DAY (IV NOVEMlim: turlnl ....h PUtricta In h nearly
    1 D'Hlrlcte. a*
    Don't wait I
    and achy-all played out. For Hix HI Wer>
    ( 1-rMildi.nllal lum.
    .. but
    Jacksonville, pla,-Recognizing theIhoys' calf. The value of this work in In exIrnorJInnrv. fireworks program Use Donn's Fill*--n stimulant tliurt>ti For one It"rre.<.ntatlv. of the Beennil Can iiml| In shall'piipiilallnn bo .iltvlli In prantlcalil makIng* Much. ap nociiunty

    vital factor In traducing better stock oa our farmi has been plnnni'il for the Florlila State to the kidnvys. Head whnt this Stark ureei.unal Uletrlrt ol 111. BUI of Flnrlda' "pnrtlonment. and eanh OM.rlot ahull hate on.Iivnalr .
    Club work! as a In th. Hlxty-nlnth' CuminuM "' tile UntieHlatM. .
    cannot be over tlmated.In Fair Jacksonville. November 20-2D In resident snyi : ; nnd at .h.I, .m.> tm.. the 1..1.1.
    the 'developmottt of Florida's great lure aliall ala., nppurllnu. I Id'preiiHtilatlon'
    the peanut club the value of pea connection with Iho gigantic pageant Chas Crutt-hlleld.! farmer nays : 1 Trip ttuvernrir of the State of Florid In th. llniu. of KeppmentatKcf. and nhall allow .
    lu and livestock pro spectacle whirl H describe! th1 m' I endured For Secretary of But of th. Slut of PliirliUFor .
    possibilities crop nuts aa n cash crop as well as a feed to be the InaclInK can hardly cry three ((9) Ilt'.nl.tv. to each of the

    duction th.. j' .u. iila l Stale: Fair, Jackeouvlllfc for hogs lu bring recognized. Th hippodrome nttrartlnn on the state from lame hmk. When I lifted, For Attorney Comptroller Keneral of the' of Btat th.*State of florliln.For of Florida. five. mint ",, to eanh nf lit, anil n..t two etirhbunmnrw 181Itipriwnlatlvea

    NO..UI.,. r :.iO-29, is otlorinila swppt potato Is sponsored as an Ini fair ontttrtalnment hill It felt ax tbnufth, somoono hud stucka Triaauror of the Slato nf Florida tmpuloua *ountli. >.. and one. lUipreaetita
    The knife into my buck. I wan nearly I'nr H.' in, ,Tint.-ml.Tt nt 1'nbllo Inntruotlon of HMto ,'h nf 'tile of
    prixeD for u" various lines of on portent food! product anti thfl work Newton 1 nroork rniTipnny" of ..nnl..ln. co..ntl.
    I at night to lbs flat nf KlorlcU.For .. ..
    past going. got up pads (I Htnln' at lit time of at ) "
    deavor cm i it d uu by the club muiu- done by the club agents hos beet 'hlcaKn; has been nwnrrlorl the pon tho kidney He.-retionn Doun's rilla Comrnliwlfin.r of AltrtouHur. of the Hhoulil" th. l.pul.lnturi.. fall to .1'K.rllol"p.otonm.n.

    bars, or Hi' .1 iii, < .learly |5UOO. one of the strong factors In Increas tract this veer and their artiste: amipyrotpclinlc from Turner's" Drug Store, cured me." For Slat Twn, of Jiwtlcea flnrl.la. of th. supreme Court of Kepreaunlatlon In th. Senat.retmlnr and 1 mmiilon_of*

    The Do> ;' A-iuHural Club In Florida Ing the production of these com modi experts who will bo sent PrIce /Olc. at .till lq'nlers.. Don't the male of Florida. of Ihe tfyt'ni'ltatlve.l.iiilnlnluri* al any at of any thn time* herein il

    Is (.uiniJi.-: il i of over 4,000 members ties and standardizing, the varletioi to Jacksonville two weeks In advanrnif simply ask lor a kidm y remedy-(tot For Two Hallrnad Cnmmb. >ilon.ra of the Btat llwnvuil. It ahall be Ihu duty ,uf th. l.i-itl> ..

    ill. for market In line the fair have IIBRllrefAir Doan PHIS- tlie "' that Mr. ..f Florliln. I u,.. up LeuUlature unteedlnit ace) nmtlare
    bt't\VL. u u .es of 10 and IS every of won. nfflclali s sum For State Senator for tBth Senatorial' District
    lm nf th Lecllaturv. t-lthar In peeUI orrrttular
    and ir.f follow' iiiu' phases of work are In agriculture and livestock produc that the offi-rmH thin Year will oxrpl Crutchl.cl l luid.! !I". t, c-Millurn Co.. (if thn !llal. of Flnrlila. ...lin.* Ui nviH>rllun tile Keprn,nM-
    all previous nfPorts Mfrs., DulFitlo. N.i' For two Member. of th. Ifnuaa of lU'prwentatlve lion In the Renal In the lloiw, of .
    carrt d on 11lhc', rospuctlvo divtsionii lion connected' with the club activities at the state fair Florid : and Herr
    of :
    ; :
    nf tli .late
    I ** fft'ittnl, ivi' nn hi>nln provldi'il 1 'fh preaiilnirniriilar )
    of the orKnu/: ,,inou under tho direction the state egentettn! charge! of th, Tht fireworks IfRlfrnnrn' working Pop f'nuntv .1 1,1g.,. '..,I..nl or rewtilar ..n.,... which

    unJ auii\isiou' of the University work are endeavoring to bull up tb.pfffcleol'v under the direction of Froil ffeffnr.ilfrnctor NOTICE' OF APPIICATinV FOR TAt:< DEED! Fur HherilT even ahnll have been 11.1 ,"

    of the future farmers of the ? of the p-ipoint UNIIKK 8KCTION sic OF THE For Clerk of Circuit Court.For portionment nf Rppfentatlve: In the
    of Florida .11I.1 l thu United States Department revue, are County Aaneaanr of Tax**. n..n\
    ant In the llumi of 'Uoprentatlvv, .
    ; or ...kulturo: Corn clubs : state and IB increase Florida's rrm planning special rrntiiren! that harmonize GENERAL STATUTES Fur Ta* Cnlleftor. U Ir..1| In miitmtf. any niirh ",.,,.I..m.nt In, .

    cotton clubs poultry clubs peanut terlal resources through the effort : with and n of !. oprtlllcatm nimilnrreilriaiHMtlvely the ,'ot'rtttelIo' In lit* Lettlelatur' amtulr'l r**
    clubs bee clubs. of th" generation A live effect to the; pageant Ifself. liurchaner tee id .
    clubs: swt'i t potato : vornuer 194. IHj. 184, 247 :450! > :I6II. 41.Ul County flurvrynr.For ., by Ills ain.ndtnent. the flnvernor ahalt
    rig broedlnt; claim pig feeding clubs tock jlllllncanlest,; for the chit Tn addition ta fireworks that will I and aoi, |H.UV<| b, tho Tax Cnllectiir of Ply. County: Coinmi..ionsVU. Board of wit 11 a I thirty I I day after tin ntljoiirnmont. of ,
    of County
    dairy calf clubs beef calf clubs nnd members linn been arranged,; hy> th be given to support the revile an tin- Urailforil, County, Florida. Hald' ertlflrate For Public Three foal Minnhrr ruirtfml. the th., reixiilar session). call th* l* ifl IelattlIt. *
    n..ml..1 l UA. HA, mi 817. :lOll and Nt 8 be- Mother In MK I liHitpillnary ai'Detnn tit niilflep theV
    'citrus clubfl fnlr association and llherul prizes anoTfcrcd usually attrnrtlm program of pyro- ilnir dnted July 4th, A. D. 1IIZI anil sail certltlratea For JustIce of the ?..< In sal for Ibe tel' iiie.tlfin| *, rt-apportlonmnnt and anah *xtrauiulinipy -

    The tntrullI, <'tlon of pure bred breeding -, for the oontentanta tHchnlrs will close the I'niTtnlnment I numbftvil. 41. 1Z1 anil aOD, .bele.K. lowing Dlntrlrt Jtmtlc No. 1llUtrlrt DlntrlvU. via leHlon of th* iililatur li ht*>
    by mandHlorlly I required Ui reapportion th (
    fllml aaldertlHcatea *
    ,1..01 July Hrd. A. I) 1U31. hav
    "' Florida farms Is due to State Club Awnt K W. rtlalnrh' ol program each nlirh of tho fnlr. Several No tniitrlct
    x "' 1 i '.. In my office, and have m.ilo application reprM.ntatlnn aa reriulred, Ity (lie amendmnlnvfor
    the IIUN ii P' ) "nd' ulf clulH, us much I the t'nlvproltv Extension forces wllh carloads! of high pxploslvea and for ta. deeil to l au. In aceonlanoawith Constable No In 7.Fin' and for the follow InK JuIP .&. It. rdjoupnmont. land. such cutrnorill
    as to an0:'i i i 110Jeut Snu-c the I .. 'In chirr" .,f thp tTovf" ('1".r. artistic apt pieces will lie shipped to Raid, law.ecrtlflralea reapiirllv. emliraitea th. "'.'..nl.. vi. nary nut eaalnn b. ..1.1 for enplr*nupportlanmatilhalt at th*'wi.l of .

    \ crganUatuin: or 1 PIP pis clibH In 'the it the fairPremium Jackitonvllln for the big spectacle It fnllowlnw lanrl. In liradford County. Florida' Dlntrli-t "'n. Ifllltrlct imeniy ,1.1'! or at all' until. rrapuortrmtnaiil

    Etati* (n' r ""''''' i It'' worth or r.'<-IMler"d : Lists., with full mfi.rmn Is salil.! niwvaiied at tha d.... of tao iMauanca of auahnertlflcaten Ni No. T.2r".Iriot l I. .".t. hall gnMlihir no luiahieja. .'h"
    I In th* n.m. revpt>ctlvely h...- than >uch.
    swine hav ten bought by the pig tlon regardlnit the club prizes an Inof.., siartieularly' let forth to-wlt In Testimony Wh....>f. f hove h.rmnlnact ,.pptonm.ot.

    'club m,'iiili. : In a majority of cases directions for entering the contesti OrtiUcuIr No. IRK .mbriu .. Biinlh half my hand anil afTllH Tallahau the Gnat. the Sun cantl I oth A .TOINT RTJint.tlTintt Prcioalnt nilAmendment

    bred animal on the farm had to R WHITE FOR STATE FAIU of lot 4. lection 7. townNhlp 7. south rannc II'." of Florl.ln.....nty-l at th dity "' A..t.. A. to Mun".n I of rl.l. It. uf the
    e firm pure maybe upon application 20 .:..t. 40 arrfl. aueaaeil L. T. Hlme.Certllleat. ., thl. this t Conatllutlon. of th. Hint of Florida.. R.-
    inl the boy's or tl.\rl' club P.....< & Btrlplln. SecretfiJknofliWi. P R E M I U M LIST No. I IHJ: amliraCMl Nurtheimlfluarter n IH24.\ if. CLAY 8,.rUry cnAwrortrv.mr.li of Xmt. listIng U> Tnxatlim and Flnanoe.lie .
    of NnrthwtMt .r"" *,. nectlon BJ
    It by the Le"Ulalur of th. State
    town.hli, 7. Sooth ranKs 21 Eaat., 40 "annaChan. T) W. .T, KPPFR3OM.: 8hrllf ItrS.U.rlCounty. ..f RI.o
    r -- ._-- Jacksonville Fla.-Offorlntr: approximately 5(55505,1 M. MoKlnnvy.Certlflcat. Hlark. Fl*. WOIOtIMVOTICR : .lb. following. amendment' nf Section
    J23.000; In cash prizes No. 14 .mb'..... Bait: half and -- I nf Article. of the ronntllullnn of the State
    -- -- -
    "The Time of Their Lives" at the State Fait trophies soil special awards the Flor. Weal half of Southwee-t liiart.r, aertlcm. III or r.i': .FCTIONWWKRKAH. : of FloH.la.. relatlnv to u.. : township 4. Kiuth mnue ti Kant: 400 nerve. Id hereby tn heluhmltl.il
    I Tin- I..I.I l liiiiir. .f 19211 tmi!" nu..1 "nl.h,1 t..1
    Ma, Stale Fair tins this year issued IMHVIMfllW.. I' CIy.tv, ,elector' of lhv or .
    ... Ronntltutlon:: of IH'n. nf Ih* 111'.1. *f Klor II. "IU.n
    I C'ertincat. No. 2-ir -'nhr. commencing ,,
    at next .. lent 1,111 ? Repr aUtlv.
    Doe of the most attractlvo premiumlists t. r -
    North..... of floutln-aat .Ida. dlil came five Joint Rmnliltlona propo*-
    at qimrtar oIHoiithweat
    ,, l h
    ---- held I in t lll.< that
    1 -7-- #$t. : over published by the fair. iiuartxr, and run Weet BID frt In. amrnilmpnU to Ito ronelllullon of thHint : thai. Vi 'llon: I. : of th. '
    Being a considerable increase over 'South liDO feet Kant: tin fict North SIIO I..tII" of Florida. and I h. .am Sen. avrovd lutlon of the Xtal of 'r.irO. Ui :
    : bexlnnlnir. tectlon ill. tnwnihlrt 0. south. to by a vote of thrw.flfth, of all th* mar.),* read follow .m.nde
    l. i'L previous years the prizes togetherwith .". 1! K..t, 7 ....., _.....1 M.... N. 1C. .1.( ....,d to .*j-h h<..... I hut th. voU on *.101 Hm'tlon na I I. Tho: I.tvI.iature shall provld fora
    .. .. ... .
    .. nl l upon their r*
    1I .. hint Rwilutlon were r
    a marked Improvement\ In tbnclaHslflcatlon uniform and equal rate of taratlnn. *> .*pt
    I C.rtllleat. No. HO .mb,.... North 121) en..tlv J..,,"' .... with th. gram and nay that II for rate
    fd, In number of I and Mnt niny ".vl't. .1.1 or I'It.
    no a
    did ilrti-rmin.'
    f..f NortheaMt quart uf Botithwejittiltiarter ih.-rw.n. anil 'y Inlanulr.! ., sp..tal! .
    <, divisions this year are expected to I anil East 44H trot of &...th..t that the laid Joint' ItMolutlnno b* submittal.. rains Hhnll ."mpr. .d flv. mill on the ,ilol
    t'r of Southeast quarter of Southwest to the .iesm l pa of Ito, Stat at '[hr rnraCliwdun o .......
    nf ihe valuation of such Intalmg'
    have efrtvt the
    i a big educational lo
    ; 4r upon\ ter and South half of Northweat qu..I' In Nov.mlM>r. 1B2<. Ilile iiroporty. which aposial. l or rata. or
    fair ofricliiln ftoutheatit Writ I TIIEHF.rORR.: : : I.If, CrAY t:1I\W. .t
    prc. \ The premium lists are. fre" to Meat half of Southwest.. quarter. of / rnitn. """ ir..tary of Htat of the State ofItrlls. by the ...1.1.1.thv"fr"m... Mhall_b* ox-
    ROY ea.t quarter and South half ..f nortnvaatquarter do hi-n-liy give notlr that a
    all th '.' illttrKI andmunicipal
    : r 'e. <' iinly
    q: .; one Interosleil soil a copy will be mailed nf !lout h..t quarter ...."t II acrat OENEIUL, rl.F.CTION and. MtMh
    'e' to K. M. I Iin Northemt ....n.. North of ...1".,.. *MC. will .h* hW In .arh ounty In FlorMa on latlona Mur h.1 "rrl.' of alliroperly
    upon request violation
    thin I".. townnhlp" 5. south rantfe !U East 78 TuMilay nut nu..rdln. th. Unit Minuter I"Novmbr. ..hal Just
    : -: 7. Secretary Box 382. JacksonvIlle: .,'r.... ...._.11) brooklyn and Co. A. II. lt>!4. th* sid Tiwailay ..*- .., real and be exempted pennnnl.by sMeptillUsuch law for
    I ('..tln.... Nn Ifil .mh,,,,,.. $ .. "Hitquarter 'ing the .1.m.y .
    niunli-ipal. r*>
    uf Northeaat quarter 1 lisa 10 acrea, -OtinTIf DAY OF NOVEMBF.ftfor : .1.tI. 11.'y.
    NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS! In Northeast corner and Kaet half of North- ito ratification or rejection of llw said irloii* .or .h.I.I. .purpofle with Mid
    Soal.l bida will I. norlved weat and Northeaat. nfrkiuthweat amenilmenu u> the The ,1. nmpllane.e pro-
    : > by tli Hoard of quarter quarter JoInt K.folutloru iirotioelnn pod an,) Iho un,_. daliralona -
    Bond 'tr.r.., of Bradford and l St.lof' FloHda. vlll .m.ndm.n.
    County Fiorld.. quarter Houtheaat quarter ofHouthweat CnMtllutli.n of Ow hall be iubet4
    _-' at th. Conner Brlrlr. ..ro.. New JtJ.., on quarter. except 10 aeraa In 8ouLh- 1JOINT nK.SOr.tIT10' fropoalnv an the raturna reculatlone th..f.and *.rloUon.
    th. Starka-Ralford Road until Three e/elook. sass corner, aectlnn 24. townshIp Amendment lo Article IX: of th* eonelltotlon ta ixn .
    p. m., November" 11th I il4. and .. that ran*. VI Eait. I ISO acraa. aMrued sH.kiX of the ...... of Florida. I(..IH.. to Ta ae* ; a-lort'la by law fl general ol.tlo" II
    tim. publicly op.u.d, for eonetructina an I Land Co.Certificate. atoll and 1'1".n.' h. 1.1 I hays hero.
    untreated plla and timber. brldir.. .....ro"l. ) No. 4* .mb...... Woo threequartera Bo It R.ol.d. .I.? the Licblatur. of the "..te IN 'bend .WUIREOr.the Oreat Heal
    'p' mat.ly thro hundred feet long adJ....... to of Houthwtejt quarter of North..... .,f FkrtiaThat : unl 8tat my of Florida .t TallahaM. th.
    the prea.nl brlihr ... Maid brldir. to conaiat quarter, ftection 17. townatitp 7, pouCh ranu.U the followlnir am..n.lm..t. lo Artict.ix of July, A.
    of twenty-four four-pile ....n.. with I! Eaat. Sii' ....... aaMaaed K. I.. I-ewle. of th. Constitution of the Slat* of 1"1..,- apllal. hi th. twmty.flrth day
    _ ,, eyprea piling, containing- all lit piling. | ('.run..... No. Ul ....b... Nurtheaat h''la. .. ,,tlv* to Taxation and Finance. to b* D IM1" II, CLAY
    :. approximately 144* II... tL. and approximate- quarter of Northw quarter, atwtloa 34. numbvicd Sf-rtlon rlvn Mil' of .al Ir 3a thouaand .f untreated timber. I I I townehip 4. Math, raa.. X2 1:.... 40 acria.'aweae I ix.: b. and the san la h.rby a.r_l In, aad RRAL) r." I.
    The work Include, furnlahlnn au.1D_...." ad l E. L. Griff,a. hall .b* submitted to the .1..1t... of th* st.t. Ne.ltiO.alCEiETElY -- -
    .. labor material, tool. and C.rtinFate No. 300 .mb.... Iota of h.ld lbs lint --- ---
    equipment, and *0. I II .t the *"">rl. elector. In b* on MOUKINO
    ; dolna. all th. work nMuaaary to aoaatroct. and block XT. Templea aiMltlon to Btarlce InNurtheant 1......... after th* Scat Monday In November.
    put la complete onler. ready for ua*. tha utlarter of Northweat quarter and A. U.. l! a4. for rallflcatlon or rJ"lloo to8etlon >
    aonternrlatcd lmpmv.Bn.nt. part of WMI half of No"h..., quarter wits There will ha a working 6f the
    All work to .be don la accordance with| th. W..t of railway and North..., comer of II. Mo U. open lnhrltan e.. oo.rt New River Friday
    plan and Inetnictlona. 'aeneral praelalona, Houtheaak quarter of Northweat. quarter tea- "' the Ineom. of r-ld-ol.. *r eitlwin "f thIs emotery at on
    apodal, praolalon.. apMlHcailona and pro- tlon 2*, township *. aonth, ran" tl RaM, stat. shall b. l byteS by the Slate' of Florid. before the third Sunday in Novemxr. -
    OU"h.neo."t.: : el Bradford County. ..aeaeaeed ill... Florene. E, Rrookat.7nis. I,r under !its ijthorlly and ito* shall .J.* cc- baskets and
    acoompanled. by a ..",. I[ said aartlflcatea aball .be ra......ad .mpt from t...tlon to th. h.*d of a familyrMldlna f'omf. hrinir your ,
    fled shack or UdnV.fi bond. _I. payabl. accordlnir to Law t*< deed will ...... tliereon la this Btat. houa..hold ........ and et's clean up the roundi.POM.WITTER.
    to 1':. H.' Matthw.. Chau-man. Board of ,1 on th. 10th day of November.. A. D. 1UZ4. t..n..>nal effect to th* alu. 01 ".. HgndndlUOO.OO
    bond Traateea of Bradford Counts Florida, Wltnee. my official awnatur. and M*| I ) Dollar/ __
    for live per cent of the amount bid .. ... tbla th. 7th day of (octob.,. A. O IH14.I u
    den*. of trod faith and a. a ....ran..-. that I I O. W. ALDERMAN.
    I If awardnl the ....t..... the bW .... the contract and .lv. bond Bradford Count, Florida ColMtlta-
    a. rmulnd. Am.ndmnt to Artl.l* VIII of the
    Florida Kiddies will reign supreme at the Stat. Fair' an Frlde,. Novsm-- Tb' right I Ia iwMrrd to rejwt any or all By C. A. KNIGHT. lion of the Bl.te of Florida relative to CltU 666
    .t.o. Deputy (;t..,... .
    bee 21. for that day has been sot aside tor nelr, own particular enjoyment. Plans sad .....'"..tlo... ma,. .bo atI lO-lO-M-ll-7 R.and It Ffc-nlT.il Count)**by th. L..leltur* of the Slat for Malaria Chill
    been prepared 'foe th. off" of tto. Count,. "....1_. an4 I I. a presmptjon ,
    wonders and) thrills I sopios of Florida
    filled with Joys' ... .
    I .
    program may obtai.. from th. I Article. Bilious. Fryer
    Nta" of cbs' Thai th. followln amendment to and Fever, l> n.u. or
    I the Mart of every kiddie that gsts tharChildren's .. The youngttsrs will ba admlttsd on board .t 1:1.60: pop eupy. Tin Q...... nit Dots /Not' Affect Tb VTII of the Conxltutlon of the II.... of Flow-

    C. .. MATTHrWS. B -au>. of It. tonle and laiatlv. afbct. R"'I Ida rsltlse to atHe and aounll toMrxl .8. nesS- I kill Ihe ferma
    Ton Ceats. _
    Day for Cbainaar. TlVt BROMO QLINIME' (TablMll cmn b* IUtlon I 01 said Artie I. VIII'b* and the __ d
    ,_ .. _. ,.- c. ... nlTCB. wKbont eau.I..Il.-or .am. I I. hereby a".....i la and shall b* >abiiitUd L'BSCKIDE TO TUB TELEGRAPH
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    Bradford Counly Telegraph'!plowing'J the club decided the new f,I an awakening. Better that it should Ii | --.

    i I member was hardly uptodateenough come now, while there are fish in I I -

    ---. .-._..---_.-_ .----, -. --- I to belong to an uplift society.o .!'i, the waters and game in-the wilds of -I
    , Published weekly I and entered asjccond -- Florida. ; High
    I Bradford county if to have j\ live n ( 0
    clans matter at the post .
    chamber of commerce that will no TEN POINTS ON TARIFF i iI
    office at Starke Florida. doubt its share toward
    do plac1na"that j I
    = ,. ,,- progressive section on the map I'' 1. Do you know what is the cause School Journal

    B. !. MATTHEWS! ___?.._u.O..D.r. in lIarlles At a recent meeting at of the high cost of living?

    ,. C. ROBINSON__..._-M..n.li>c Eiilor. Starke to which a large number of I| The Fordney-McCumber Republi-i .
    the representative citizen of the j can tariff U the thief cause of the i ;

    PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I county were present, thd chamber of highcost of living. II | u I 1 EUGENE MATTHEWS GERALD MIDDLETON i
    ( commerce was launched in great i I 2. How does the Republican high Editor! Sport Editor / '
    _.. I
    : style. The Starke Telegraph says It''< tariff causo high prices? -
    SUBSCRIPTION RATE J business-like II 'I Aubtant Editor I I
    I was a meeting and pro. The Fordney-4lcCumber Republican I I

    ;, Per Year --.... .__.. ".60''I ceeded in a business I ce manner. 'I tariff costs the people of this
    After several addresses. were made, country not less than $3,000,000,0001 I the resignation of Frank TEMPERANCE PROGRAM DlPIITIlERI.TESTS
    Six Months --._u_ 75c the matter of electing officers was Carpenter and Rosa Leviton a v etv -" -
    a year in excessive prices on
    afternoon October :HI at has heard the
    Friday Everyone old maxim
    '' editor and assistant Editor!
    - -- taken up and D. E. Knight, was'things they have to buy. jvare appointed -
    (!i elected chairman, C. A. f'utc't.' lIecI I i 3. into whose pockets doe. thisi,000000,000 I who beginning with his issue 2 o'clock a temperance program will which says: "An ounce of Preventionis "
    be given in the auditorium of the worth a pound of Now
    i retary, and J. H. Ritch, tr\astrer. $ 1'01 will carry on the publication of jeure. ,
    (I the High School Journal. High school The participants in it more than ever before, people are
    board of will be
    governors com- I Only $500,000,000;; of this vast sum
    the school. the truth of that
    students in
    are realizing saying.
    p|I posed of the following live citizens ,
    t ti ts goes into the United States Treasury Thomas Limbaugh was a visitorat The program will include the fol- Evidence of this has been clearly
    2 : of that countyA. A. Durden, Hamp- as tariff on Imported goods. Of the
    school the chapel few
    Monday during lowing: given in the last days at the
    i ton; L. H. Hill, LawUy; J. M. Mitch. remaining $3,500,000,000, one-half *
    exercises. Song:.America-Everyone. school.
    < n, Stake John Shriver Brooker
    ; ; goes into the pockets of the various
    of the
    i Flag Salute-All. Dr. Nichols State Board < flIealthwas
    and .1. M. Brownlee, Starke. With trusts. and price fixing combined as Dr. Dunham was a visitor to the
    Grade. here
    Health Song-First Monday. With heassistatfce
    their progressive/ citizens behind.the' tariff they have collected from different classes Wednesday.
    Lillian Sternberg. of Dr. Biggs and Dr. 301t, !.
    in' .utilization, much good should be1 1 I American I "My Pony"-
    consumer on goods manuI -
    ,, Many interested mothers assembled Recitation-Ed Neff, Jr. dleton he administered the "Shu-k
    .1 mplulh ,1 for Bradford county, I II factured I in America. and the other
    'I at the school auditorium on Friday I The Broom and Brush Brigade- Test" to the majority of the pupil-.
    N o. 4964 I which is one of the state's leading one-half is in the normal and usual-
    , (Mel"oenl1lp in National Highway i{(i agricultural counties. The chamber'; ly fair pyramiding of prices by afternoon of last week to hear Third Grade. The "Shick Test" is a test for ascertaining -
    "t commerce will get right down to'I(' wholesalers and retailers lecture on diphtheria. The lecture Recitation-Fourth Grade. >. whether or not a personis
    Association) to cover
    ;ill' ; ._ _.1 I active work, with the result that''' their costs of doing business, and was veryinteresting and msturctive "Count !Me In"-Fourth Grade. susceptible to diphtheria. If three
    'numbers :( and will result in precautions being "Our NatioTTs Builders"Fifth days after the test has been given a
    Another danger confronts the lugs ;j of new settlers will be induied profits. :
    Grade. red about an inch in diameter
    with bobbed tresses. A Massachusetts to move to that section where ,i: 4. How is every dollar collected I II taken against this dreaded disease. spot
    the Beautiful All. the where
    Song: America forms around place the
    hunter mistaking bushy bobbed I they can make an easy living.- tariff divided?
    a as ,
    I The Truth Imps-Sixth Grade. test needle was inserted the person
    head for a woodchuck: fired a Times-Union. Of each dollar extorted in tariff
    --- Reports on the Effects of Prohibition will take diphtheria, if exposed to it.
    of buckshot in girl's scalp. from the American 871.2 has had
    load ono consumer Superintendent; Wiggins
    I Seventh Grade. If red the is
    I I no spot appears person
    -04 FISII AND CAMEJacksonville cents goes to the profiteer; 1; 1-2 signs placed on each side of the I Law on Health-Eighth Grade. not susceptible.
    cents to the United States school motorists to
    After seeing Homo Punta Gorda Times-Union; : Florida I' goes grounds asking Talk-Dr. Tucker. Thursday Dr. Nichols will againbe
    man and boys wearing these bell- ought to be intensely and practically'i Treasury in actual tariff collected oni drive slowly in the school zone. Most I "Truth's Court"-High School. at the school to read the tesU.

    bottomed trousers, we want to humbly interested in fish and protec-1 I'I imported goods. automobile drivers see these signs Everybody is cordially invited to I Then he will administer doses: of
    apologize to the ladies for anything game I j I 5. How docs the tariff come out t and heed them, but a few, not realIzing i ,
    tion. The former, annually, is worth attend. anti-toxin to the susceptible persons
    of pocketbook? the of in the
    sarcastic we may have said millions of dollars to the ''in I your danger speeding which will render- 'hen' im.nune
    state, I I II
    I I The tariff out of of the school readingthe I
    About! their clothes.-Punta Gorda and deal morel comes your pocketbook vicinity upon JOKES from diphtheria under ,verae e\-
    actual money, a great
    Herald. In.the extra high prices that warnings, seem suddenly to remember -I :'I
    as food. Therefore, whatever tends! The committee" of posure, for life. '
    I "investigating
    for various articles. Here elsewhere and
    I you pay I II '('
    00- to destroy food and of wealth of regular few Bradford High school had an oppor- Everyone on whom a red spot ap-
    are a examples: the
    The beginning to' income should be or'j I step on gas. ''pears should be sure to have the
    I problem now presented Woolen: On the 30,000,000 tweed I We are asking everyone to slow 'tunity to prove the famous quotation
    the ( in Flor-, eliminated be II dose of anti-toxin. If they don't they
    worry average axpayer as may required.This I suits and coats bought annually, the down when entering the zone, and to "Music hath charms to soothe
    : ida in to BO construct roads that they I matter of Florida fijh and tariff raises prices fromI to $5 remember that the "go slow" signsare the savage breast" Monday when an will have a mild caso of diphtheriain

    ?, 4' will outlast the bonds voted for their' game protection la so vitally Im- each-a total tariff of $120,000,000. not there to beautify the high- infuriated farmer shot at a group of their arm.

    construction. The recent heavy rains,] portant to every person in the state The wool tariff adds $300,000,000 to students whom he had found in his
    r washing away so-called "permanent"bridges I that It ought to receive the practical the costs of the woolens necessary to way. -/' cane patch. Frank Carpenter produced i: The school house is afire and

    and roads will put many taxpayers I attention that it merits. It should health and comfort in our climate. WORTH WORKING FOR his trusty mouth 6rgan and play- 1 everyone has escaped except Miss

    to thinking along this score. not be left entirely to the members i I Gloves: On her kid gloves, 12 inches ed "My Country 'Tis of Thee" very Florence, the English teacher. The
    of '1' her in and she
    C. Robinson fire has hemmed
    Palatka Times-Herald. Mr. J. proprietor runs
    of the Florida down
    Game and Fish Protective long, unlined, costing $4 the feelingly. The farmer broke
    the Gaiety Theatre, has made a very to the window screaming for help.
    --o- Association, a very worthy completely, dropped his gun, fell on
    purchaser pays a of $1.72. ,
    The county that doesn't build that is I interesting offer to pupils of Brad- his child. You[: Smoke and flames fill the room and
    organization, doing com-I ,Sugar: The housewife includes 2 knees and wept like a '
    every highway that it needs la going -' mendably /good work. The association cents a pound tariff in the price she ford County High school. He has offered would have done the same. (j i I the fire has almost reached her. Tho
    r i
    to be left behind in the progress should have the hearty and active for I II to every pupil who is on the i iI firemen hold a net under the window
    and prosperity march. We pay for cooperation of individual I pays sugar. honor roll for every month of the : Jacob-Do you know what makes '"and bellow "jump quick, jump
    every Pots and kettles If made of
    : I
    the roads we need whether we get citizen, and will have if all realize I aluminum pans the duty 71 school term a pass to one picture a me BO musical j| quick." Miss Florence frowns, shakes

    them or not. Any undeveloped section their duty in the matter. Local organizations I cents on each, dollar's worth.averages week for the entire summer season. Qrie-Nope, what? her finger at the firemen and

    that expects agricultural and In- of a similar character 0. What is the tariff policy of the Here is something worth workingfor. Jacob-Well, when I was a little screams back "don't say quick; you

    diiHtriul cxpnnsion or that hopes to deserve like support and co-opera- I Democratic party? boy I swallowed a song book. I IOrie 'I': should say quickly."
    become- recreational I -Is that so; well it's too bad'
    region tion.
    a great / The purpose, the object, the Intent The Fall Minstrel Is progressing des-I i "See that big thing hanging in
    muftt provide good road.t as the cor- Cecil It. you didn't eat a dictionary for
    Philips, state field
    i agent of the Democratic in rf
    party rapidly under the able direction I front of the elephant? That's his
    ner stone of the civic structure. Good of the Florida Game and Fish I'ro- I| levying a tariff rate solely to obtain Mr. Nat Sternberg, who knows how sert. trunk."

    roads are tho''an.1.magnets wealth.that draw tective Association, in its annual ''funds to meet the expenses of theI the thing should be done. Everyonelikes The only thing a stingy person I Mozelle-Yes, papa, and is that
    population Taylor meeting in St.
    Petersburg, last I governments a minstrel given by local tal ever gave to anybody was the small little thing hanging in the back his
    County Herald. Thursday, presented a very comprehensive Democrats believe that the government ent. That's why everyone, including pox. suitcase? ? '
    -- report of the work being alone should the I
    J tax people you is coming to see this one.
    Winter Haven Is working for a done by and through the organization. and that the government alone TilE DATE FOR THE FALL THE DATE FOR THE FALL

    publicity fund of $'iOOOu, about halt To one feature of the report it should be the beneficiary of that tax. SUBSCRIBE TO MINISTREL HAS BEEN SET AS MINISTREL\ HAS BEEN SET AS

    t of which Is rained by taxation la desired here to direct special at 7. What in the tariff policy of the THE TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 7TH. ( NOVEMBER 7TH.
    y ; Hitines City spent about $2,000 las I tention. As presented by Mr. I-hil- I I Republican party? ,
    ._ _.
    year and gob such good results that lips, in the contract under which he Tho purpose the object, the intentof --- --- EMOCRATIC;: TICKETIt

    property :values Increased so that a'' is working\ it Is as follows: the Republican policy in levyinga 8.--F i r: i in fiscal 1 legislation by electric light and ice plant and wasa

    substantial lowering of tho tax rate "The contract of the field agent of tariff is to keep out foreign importations -! attempting to remove taxes from member of the city council and is important that Democrats in

    / was possible this year, and this year! the Florida Game and Fish Protective so Mat thesupply of the the very rich and at the same time chairman of the committee in chargeof Florida should familiarize them-

    they plan to spend $;;,000 in adverUsing. Association"reads as follows: article taxed will be limited, which I keep them on others. the construction and starting off selves with the National and State

    The judicious expenditure of': 'The said Cecil R. Phillips does here- will increase the demand, in order j! 9. Failure to give relief from an of the same. He was the prime mov- tickets. This is especially tuie of
    $20,01)0) this year I In advertising" Pasco by accept such employment and that the American manufacturer extortionate tariff by adhering to er and directed the activities of the the six Presidential electors. It

    county and her many beautiful' agrees to use Ills has. : endeavor to who makes the same article may re- the Fordney Act and refusing even workers who took up with the Legislature should be borne in mind that the

    towns would make this one of the get all counties In the state of Florida cive, a high price ay this destruction I to exercise the President's discretionary of 1921 the question of establishing Republicans will run a full State

    most rapidly growing sections ot: to organize" ..)cal, name and .nh of competition which is called power to lower duties on Union county and secur- ticket. The following are the .Demo-
    Florida-Dado City Banner. protective associations, under iU "protection." I monopolized necessaries I led the passage of same. cratic nominees: ,

    .n---.. constitution -imf b/-luw, and from Republicans believe in a system of i 10 Failure in its foreign policy I Wherever something was being For Presidential Electors
    Thu work of oiling the rock base the several county units throughout taxation whereby people tax which makes America a hanger-on done for the advancement of this MARVIN C/THcINTOSH

    of tho state highway south of Starke the state, for the purpose of stimulating each other, so that certain may classes I instead of a participant in International section Mr. Johnson was at the fore- W. 3. MYERS

    { is going forward at a most gratifying and inspiring interest in the may be the beneflcaries of that tax. councils. I front of the fight. In a larger field' JOHN Q. HANSHAW

    rate, according to the Starke I various associations, and to create 8. Does a high tariff benefit the 11. Failure to maintain the he would have been a great man. J. LEO ANDERSONJ.
    Telegraph, which says the work 'is and build up a public sentiment American Merchant Marine throughthe HINTON PLEDGERD.
    I American farmer and the American | His body was buried in Dekle
    facilitated by the use of a large throughout tho state for the enact- of foreign trade W. BERRY
    workingman? our cemetery Saturday at two o'clock.!
    d truck with ment and enforcement of I
    equipped tank holdingan
    a conservation Few of the farmers' products come by a policy of grab all and give noth- : Funeral services were heldt: *'..oI For Representative in Congress,
    amount of oil sufficient to cover laws, and to this end to write I I
    ling. I Methodist church. Rev. Cramer of Second DistrictR.
    items under tariff "protection, (and even ,
    feet of dealing with
    1,600 roadway. It Is sprayed forest and
    game 12. Failure of administration by a the Methodist church officiated
    A. GREENFor
    fish of as to those it Is practically worthlessto I as-
    under from nozzles the state of Florida and Insofar
    on ,
    pressure -
    "Him) but everything he buys hasa I general attitude of negation, Inac- i slated by Rev. W. T. McGuire of the Governor
    as possible, secure the publication
    covering thereof through the tariff upon it, which he pays. The tion and stagnation toward the vital Christian church. Services were in JOHN W. MARTINFor :
    newspapersand problems of the day.-Tampa Trib- charge of Camp 115 W. O. W.
    truck travels at a speed of about periodicals published in the workingman pays a high tariff on Secretary of State
    i f eight miles an hour, and tho 1,500 state of Florida, and to use his best ''I every article of clothing, food or une. He leaves a wife and daughter as II. CLAY CRAWFORDFor

    feet of rock can be covered In less endeavor to secure membership in! household use which he buys, while IN MEMORIAM well as several brothers and sisters Attorney-General

    than fifteen minutes. The people of the association of tho party of the not the high tariff, but organization, and numerous other relatives to RIVERS II. BUFORDFor

    Starke are watching with Interestthe first part and in local county associ superior workmanship and the devel Wm. Johnson was born January mourn his loss.CHRISTIAN. I Comptroller

    completion of this road, which ations.' opment of machinery in America 23, 1877, on a farm near Lake Fish-I BROTHERHOOD_ ERNEST AMOS

    runs from Baldwin. to the Alachua Without any doubt whatever, the serve to keep up the level of his er, in Union County, Florida,

    county line north of waldo, and work of creating public sentiment wages. departed this life October 23, 1924, I The first meeting of the season- For State TreasurerJ.

    which, when completed, will give favorable to fish and game protec- 9. What effect has the high tariff at Lake Butler, Florida. JIe never will be held next Monday 8 p. m. at C. LUNINGFor
    ,\ that section outlet to the Lake City tion is of utmost importance. When upon the American housewife? claimed any other place for. hU the usual place. State Superintendent of Public

    highway at Baldwin and the Lake the people are made aware of what American women buy, directly or home. I Matters of business will be Instruction
    City-Tampa highway at Gainesville. they are losing, through game and indirectly, as the purchasing agents After going through the common J I pre- II. S. CAWTHONFor

    Jt will be of (Treat benefit to Duval fish detraction, and they are aroused for twenty-odd million American schools of this county he bgan i sented. Commissioner of Agriculture
    Clay, Bradford and Alachua counties to the need for individual and organized homes, commodities which are valued teaching, later attending Jasper The topic for discussion will be NATHAN MAYO
    opening up some of the finest efforts for protecting and at retail at about $40,000,000,000or Normal school where he completed | "What can I do for Starke." Let I For Railroad Commissioner, for Full

    land in the state and tapping a number saving the atato's asset, that ft in about $1,600 a family.On the Teachers' Course. He taught for every member come and tell his Term ,
    of live and progressive cities and fish and game, then will there be her purchases she pays $3,000- a few years but his active spirit I| views on this important subject.;'' A. S. WELLSFor

    towns.TlmeR-Union made such efficient efforts as will assure 000,000 tariff. That is to say these could not brook any calling which This organization has done good I Railroad Commissioner, for Un-
    -o- conservation, something of tariff taxes increase the expenses of left a part of the year unemployed.He I work in the past and it will continue' expired TermE.

    OLD-FASHIONED very great importance to the state every American home by at least entered the banking business t to do so if every one will help. I S. MATTHEWS

    and to every man, woman and child $12 a year. with the bank of Lake Butler, later !
    An old-fashioned mother broke Into in Florida. 10. What is the cure for high becoming cashier. He resigned from '

    : one of the uplift clubs, tells the Too much cannot be call in com- tariff? this bank and organized the Farmers ,; GET YOUR
    Concordia: ( Kan.) Blade-Empire, and mendation of the work that is being The Republican party is the partyof and Dealers Bank, and remain MONEY PROMPTLY

    in due time was asked to speak on"My done in the matter of protecting high tariff. The women, the farmers with it until failing health 'orced

    [ Methods for Rearing Healthy, Florida game: and fish from extermi- and the wage-earners can look him to retire last January. Hisjjreat- .., INMAN &. RITCH .

    d Normal Children." Her address was nation, although that work Is not as tor no relief, under a' Republican ad- est grief since then has been that REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

    brief and to the point: !general and as thorough as it should ministration. Only under a Democratic I,there was nothing that he could do. INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE.

    I feed 'em good, old-fashioned be. The fault Is. not with Florida Presidnet will tariff reform Mr. Johnson was active in all ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE\ ,
    food like bread and milk, mashed potatoes Game and Fish Protective Association come. Your vote counts-cast it next things which tended toward the bet- BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
    ; fried steak mush, vegetable ; it is not with local organizations November for the Democratic candidate terment of his community. lie was

    ; soups.pancakes and pie. When they working in cooperation with for President and you cast it the prime mover and actual super MADE PROMPTLY ,

    want to wade In the mud, I let 'em. the state association. It is with the ,for a lower cost of living.-Tampa intendent of the work of drainingthe -

    If they don't get up when I call 'em I people of Florida who are indiffer Tribune. swamp lands around the lake, -

    f'n or try sassing me or doing something : ent to the passing of great and valu- I greatly reducing the mosquito pest
    t, I've warned 'em not to do, I able sources of food supply, with TWELVE REASONS and all but eliminating malaria from BRICK

    cut off a peach sprout and give 'em a the people who are permitting fish Why Coolidge-and Dawes should our midst. lie was one of the prime oRs LUMBER LIME

    irood tanning. I get out and romp and game destroyers to continue 1, be defeated: movers in securing a bond electionand CEMENT

    with 'em every day if I have time. their nefarious work with little interruption 1. Fall. getting a high school for Lake BUILDERS HARDWARESHERWIN.

    When they get a stomachache I dose and, ift some instances, 2. Daugherty. Butler. Most of the years since then .
    _'em myself. That's about all I do to with none nt all. In fact, there are :3. Forbes. he has been a trustee and active in Everything

    keep 'em In line, except that if they Instances where people encourage 4. Slemp. Its affairs lie organized: the Brad- WILLIAMS "s ; 4'' for _
    get in bad with the teacher at schoolI these destroyers of their income or 6. Denby. ford County Fair Association a.-d:: PAINT a:. Building

    usually. find out why; and if the their food to continue their work of I 6. Failure to take action against while his health permitted: was ACtive ANIZE". .1 and I

    teacher's licked 'em, and they neededit destruction. corrupt afllciaU until forced to do In securing a CO1ntall' each, VARNISHES Repairing

    I give 'em another, jo's they'll When it is too late, when FloriJa ,so by legislative action. year lie was a member of the finance
    remember it. and they really do has lost Its fishing industry, and its 7. Failure of President Coolidge committee which built he CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

    pretty well. very legitimate sport, when there is leadership as shown by a Republican Methodist church at Lake Butler. He'
    Her talk all but broke up the no more game to hunt or to furnish Congress refusing to cooperate with I was active in the bond election which' STARKE FLORIDA

    meeting, and at a secret session fol- food-then, indeed, will there come him. resulted in giving Lake Butler its ,tt IJ


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