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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 8, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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VOLUME FORTY-THREE. 8TARKE. FLORIDA. ,FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921. NUMBER TWO. I Ili

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MRS. QUIGLEY ENTERTAINS A USIN-PENTLAND OFF FOR BAPTIST 'I.... ; ).e
INTEREST TO ASSEMBLY
OF, Mrs. I STARtRa-: !HAMPTON BEACH ,
J. T. Quigley entertained ,
theyoung > Of'interest to the many friends of Wednesday morning before the sun ,
ladies of her Sunday school the couple throughout Florida will be began to from behind "' . S"

BERRY'.GROWERSAND' class Friday" evening, by giving a "kid i TABLY REPRESENTED the announcement of the marrla "of t TO 'BE OPENED some peep of Starker young the people, treetops ,.. .
which
party, I
proved to be
a very Miss Margaret Turnbull Pentland, bid farewell to the land of watermelons 'tk

SHIPPERS amusing dressed as affair.small The children guests each came carrying IN J IA. daughter Pentland of Mr.Mr.and Archibald Mrs Robert Ralph TO THE PUBLIC Assemby and strawberries land of the and Baptists sought the by , f. Isuise

a top, a stick of candy or some . Austin, of Jacksonville, which was means' of rail and autos. They were : .
childlike
treasure. solemnized at 6:18: o'clock on the even. all ) 1u
happy, single
every ( one. And .
HEARINGS WILL BE HELD RE- Soon after the guests arrived the lag of July 2nd at the home of the fdfI
MANY COMPLIMENTS PAID TO \ SPEAKING. DANCING AND BASKET there was somewhat of a look of ex. .
GARDING MOVEMENT FORREFRIGERATORS hostess served all-day suckers, soda bride I
CAR REI'RESENTING US IN PICNIC WILL !MARK pectanry on the face of each as tho r EXP crackers and small bottles of milk. Rev. Van Winder Shields, rector of they were looking for pleasant hours .w I :
., Music and BRIDGE CELEBRATIONStayke IMPORTANT EV'ENT .
guessing games amused St. Johns Episcopal church, performed down in DeLand.
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The Florida Railroad Commission, this Jolly party until a late hour, the nuptial ceremony- --- The
June 27, 1921, filed with the Inter- when Mrs. Quigley served salad : has had many complfments Messrs. A. A. Durden and J. F. Assembly will last for a periodof
em a The bride was attended by Miss ten days. It will be held In Stetson ,, tear
Commerce Commission a formal course with fruit on its representation In the great civic Rouser, enterprising citizens of our
lUte punch, giving each"kid" Alma Fender, maid of honor, and the University. Young Baptist I
parade, which was part of the ceremonies neighboring" Hampton / *-pretty
complaint againsMhe American Railway a toy balloon as a souvenir. groom had as his best man, Me. Victor / city, recognising girls and ruddy bo'a-from all' .
attending the opening of the the importance of having over
Express Company, alleging: that The guests were Misses Audrey a pleasure
bridge across the St. Johns river in Cox.Following resort to their town the state will meet in the Baptist col jj
adjacent i
company provides express refrigerator Johns, Elizabeth Brownlee Iris recently
the Ep a wedding dinner Mr. and
loge to
study, eat and have "
car for the shipment of strawberries person, Ethel Griffin, Blanche Alder- Jacksonville. The Telegraph i i. glad Mrs. Austin left for Tennessee, and bought property on Little Lake time. Some of the South' best a leaders good S
that Starke was creditably represented Santa Fe about two miles west of *
for the shipment ,of strawberries man, Clara Mae Shepard, Eunice Perkins on their return will be lat home to will act instructors
from various in an event so Important to the Hampton, and have spent a considerable as Includingsuch
in carloads, points Grace Sheldrake, Mildred Gill, their friend at 330 East Fifth street. I
Dr. McGlothin
men as
in the states'of Alabama, Mississippi : Vivirette Floyd; Messrs. Harold Wall, city of Jacksonville, for Starke and sum of money in converting it intoa of Furman president

and Louisiana to eastern points, and i Jim Kickliter, Warren Perkins, Kirk Bradford) county are and should be CARD OF THANKS place of recreation for the home- Little of North University Carolina., and Dr. Luther "

has in ,effect ,carload rates less than I Lewis, William Struth,Thomas Lim- greatly interested in anything that folks and vlMitora. A commodious ,

second clans,"'on strawberries movingout baugh; Joe Wainwright, John Powell, marks the progress of that city. As We take this opportunity to expressour I hath house and a large dancing pavil Among those who !left on Wednesday :.caw,

of these three states to eastern Wilbur Scott, David and Fred Moore,!'"The: Queen of,the St. Johns" grows, thanks to our many friends who ion are among the improvements.They Thomas were Miss the following! Miss Jessie : ""
Mona
destinations; that said express company of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Lim- our nearby market for the! products of were so untiring in their thoughtfulness are now ready to open Hampton Doris Scott, Miss Alderman, Miss :

provides no express refrigerator baugh, Mr. and Mrs. F, A. Scott. field and garden broadens, so that and kindness during the recent Beach to the public and the for Blanche Alderman, i'l
Mrs. O. Q.
cars for 'shipment of strawberries in aside from the pride that all Florida Illness and death of my devoted wife, mal opening! will take place Thursday, Cooper. Messrs ThomasLimbaugh "W'}
should feel in its chief city, we havea July 14th. On this occasion basket John Powell, Lloyd King, '
carloads from producing, points' in and our dear daughter and sister, Mr a f
Florida te eastern points and has no HORRIBLE ACCIDENT direct Interest in Its growth and de- Ins Hurst. picnic will he given, dunce music 'will Carl Wilbur Alderman.Scott; Walter !Kersey: and / ,

carload rates on strawberries when velopment. Judson Hurst\ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. t he provided( for the young people, and 'Ii ,'

moving via express from Florida to Captain DeWitt C. Jones, chairmanof Branntn and Family.SCHOOL some interesting speeches will bn i

points in the east. That by reason of [ MARRED the city council, tendered the use made. It promises to be a pleasant

the express company providing express of his automobile for the parade and occasion and it is expected that a DEMPSEY STILL

refrigerator cars for shipment drove it to Jacksonville, where Mrs. BOARDIN large crowd will be in Attendance. A \'

of strawberries in carloads from Ala 4TH AT PABLO Jones and the young ladies who were general invitation Is extended to the kiM
to represent Starke in the ceremonies" public RETAINS TITLE '
and Louisiana and
bama, Mississippi ,
by maintaining a carload express rate decorated the car in such striking : SESSION ON A wide sand beach washed by, clear

less than second class on strawberriesso TWO MEN BURNED TO DEATH IN manner that it received special men- ',' and sparkling water make this new .

shipped, while failing' to furnish COLLISION BETWEEN MO- tion in the Jacksonville papers. In resort an ideal bathing place, and AS CHAMPION

such express refrigerator cars for the the parade the car :was occupied by MONDAY LASTTO Hampton Beach Is destined to become ,,

shipment of strawberries in carloads TORCYCLE AND AUTO \ Miss Jeannette Matthews, sponsor for very popular throughout this sectionof \ i
Starke and Misses Emma Powell and
the state. .
from Florida, works an undue preju- The Times-Union of July 5th relates Florence Matthews, her maids of hon W' RHJHT; HOOK TO FRENCHMAN'SJAW
dice against the Florida shippers of KEEP WITHIN BUDGET. SAL.
the following horrible accident which :
or, Mrs. D. C. Jones and Mrs. Bruce IN FOURTH ROUND TO ,
strawberries an undue preferencefor ARIES OF TEACHERS MUST !DEATH OF MRS. l\toOIlE. '"
\ took place at Pablo Beach on the Norman. MUCH I FOR CHALLENGER ,: w

shippers of strawberries in Ala- Fourth: I I The attracted attention threugh- BE FURTHER CUT .. .....
bama, Mississippi and Louisiana from car Mra. Nathan J. Moore died at the -
which refrigerator express service for The motorcycle-automobile tragedywas :: out the long line of parade and received This board .met-in regular session home of her mother, Mrs. Alice Ringside, Jersey City, N. J., July 2. "

carload shipments Is maintained.The one of the most Knocking ever oc- generous applause from. the July 4thwith all members; Sparkman, of West Madison street, <--Jack Dempsey Is still heavy weight
present,
curing at Pablo on July 4th, Brown, throng of spectators.THEATRE. .
of the world.
pugilistic champion
Florida Railroad Commissionasks viz: L. W. Kickliter, A. A. Hazen andJ. Sunday, July 8rd, after a long ill
who under his
being
pinned
was car,
A
that the ness. crushing right swing from the
express company re required O. Dennlson.
burned to death by gasoline fire which PARTY FOR MISS fist of the American
shatteredthe
The deceased whose maiden fighter
to furnish express refrigeratorcars Minutes of last meeting read and namewas
ignited the machine after its tank had .WOODRUFF
for the shipment of strawberriesin approved: Naomi Kate Agin, was born in titular aspirations <>f Georges
carloads from Florida to eastern been ripped open in the crash. Unlontown. Ky., February. 10, 1800, adaughter Carpentier in the fourth round of the
Mrs. J. E. Futch gave a theatre par- Resignation/ of Col. A, S. Crews as t''
So far as could be ascertained there of Mr. and Mrs. M. so-called "Battle of the Century" here JatI
points, and to establish a lower rate ty Friday evening complimentary to attorney of the board, received and ac Agin.
for the transportation of strawberries were no direct eye-witnesses to the Miss Ella Woodruff charming cepted. She came to Starke with her parents this afternoon. The pile-driving blow
a
in carloads by -express from Florida accident, and versions of those who young lady of Palatka, who is the Ordered that A. S. Edwards be paid when she was eight years old, and had landed flush upon the Jaw of the

to Eastern points.A first reached the scene differ. The of Miss Elizabeth Brownlee. $5 for expense in getting up bill for been living here ever since, exceptfor Frenchman, flooring Carptmtlcr for :

hearing on the Florida RailroadComml8slon's generally accepted story of the trag- guest After seeing the pictures at ;the the legislature, which bill concernedthe the last three years, which were the second time In a trifle more than a :- :g to
edy, however, is to the effect' that the minute of in the final arid decisive
complaint will be or- Gaiety Theatre the party went to Indebtedness of the county. spent at Hartsvlllti, N. C. About 25 fighting I

dered for an early date, and soon as motorcycle ridden by the Atwood boys Mitchell's Drug Store and enjoyed refreshments By a Joint vote of this hoard and years ago she was married to Mr. round. < ,

fixed the strawberry shippers will be was proceeding south on the beach ata and the rest of the even- the county commissioners, CoL E. M. Nathan J. Moore and four daughters Although he staggered to his feet
notified. rate of speed said to have been easily were born to the union. They are after the Initial knockdown he
ing was spent at the home of the ,hostess John was elected as attorney to succeed was I
sixty miles an hour. Mrs. Futch, who with music, Col. A. S. Crews. Mrs. Emma Capo, of Jacksonville; unable to survive the second one and ernlily's

READ THIS LETTERYou The Maxwell racing machine was games and merry conversation hap- After receiving letters from Gov. Mrs. C. A. Johns, of New River; Mrs. 'was motionless when Referee Ertl

headed north of the speedway, and pily entertained the party until the Hardee and Supt. Sheats, we find that Royal George/ of Starke, and Miss tolled off the fatal ten counts. "i '

read what I had to say two had almost reached the turn at the time to say good night. we cannot maintain the salaries we Lucille Moore, of Starke, who all survive Although the knockout punch was .: 1

weeks ago. Now we..are here again.I northern end of the course, about two Besides the guest of honor, Miss have set. Therefore we will have to the deceased. She Is also survived driven to Carpentler'i Jaw, the way : 1 atI

have had some replies from my ahd a half miles south of Pablo, when Woodruff, the party was composed of cat'from f 6 to $15 per month. / by her husband, mother and two to DempKcy'a victory had been paved l' I '

first lettet and it made me feel goodto the two machines came together withan Misses Iris Epperson, Margaret Long, Board adjourned to meet the first brothers, Mr Wm. Agin of Sanford, by a continual bombardment of blows ;

think that some one was ready to impact that turned the Maxwell Elizabeth Brownlee, Messrs. Harold Monday In August. and Mr. Harry Agin, of Waldo. which landed on every section of the I

help out In this, the worst trouble completely over, pinning its driver Wall Tom Limbaugh, Charlie Johns Mrs. Moore had for many years Frenchman's body. Each awing, Jab t\

that Bradford county has ever beenIn. beneath the wreckage. The motorcycle and John Powell. MUSIC RECITAL been a member of the Methodist and uppercut, scored to the stomach, i

was also demolished. church and a good Christian, a loving ribs and side, contributed to the It f!

Our Governor and ,State Superintendent William Atwood, in the side car of JAX MAN BUYS HOME HERE Under the auspices of the Methodist wife and a good mother. She was lowing up process of the speedy Car ,

hat directed us to make our the motorcycle, is said to have been church of Lake Butler, a musical entertainment cheerful and generous and made pentler. In addition, a clubbing right ''i
carrying a can of gasoline, and in a state for the friends wherever she went. Early In '
budget within our means; therefore, T. C. Morris, manager will be given Friday evenIng which landed flush on the back of .
twinkling after the impact, both machines Cord Tube Sales Company, the spring of this year the sustaineda .
inasmuch as we .made the originalnear Armour July ,16th, at 8:30: o'clock at the George neck In the third round play-
were a mass of flames. Those his family to Starke stroke of paralysis, and about a A I?
$4,000 over what we had, we will will shortly move High School auditorium. An attractive ad an Important part in his defeat. fa
have to again cut the salary as was rushing to the scene state that Brown' having bought of G. C. Livingstonwhat program of music, including extra month ago: another stroke. Her condition The Frenchman folded over in an at- ( ,

published in the paper from 95 to $15 made desperate efforts to lift the Is known as the Geo. E. Pace number by the Lee orchestra, has was now very serious, and It tempt to protect his body, left the '"' :

per month, and in,this case I realize burning machine, which pinned him place on Water-.treet.: The property been arranged. Everyone cordially was decided best to bring her to her back of his neck exposed, and Dempsey ; p ; Tl T-

that I am going to be handicapped in to the beach, but the strength was not consists of a commodious residence invited to attend. mother, where she could have such attention with the fair target in front of I

getting teachers at all, unless you in his body. His clothing bad been and about thirtY'acrea of land, and I.a ll The program will be as follow) as only a mother can give. But him, drove down a terrific lam to ep 1 'I

come to my assistance In the matterof saturated by the gasoline, and in a fine home. Mr. Morris and family Orchestra.Trio her condition grew worse until death Carpontler' vertebrae. w
few minutes he had been burned to a welcomed to Starke. relieved her from her sufferings.The .
will be cordially
board. With board I feel that I Grand Galop Brilliant, (Wol. After the knockout the Frenchman
will be In a little better shape to sup crisp. Those who finally reached the CARD lenhorp) -Mr*. Lee,, Omle Scarbor- funeral took place Monday, stated In his dressing room that this !'
unable to render assist THANKS Rev. M. L. of the First Metho- .
scene were Smith : ,
ply with teachers.It the of his .k
you ough, Zenith Armstrong. punch wan cause pugilistic. L ,
has been the case in most all ance.The Solo, "Th Always. Pick on Me"- dist church, conducting the obsequies. downfall. He ,said that the punch )
I thrown from We sincerely thank the many friends The Interment at Crosby
Atwood boys were was cemetery
Flo-jda furnished H
that the teacher was Lois Parriah. stung his entire physical and mental i
their! machine, but not far enough to who assisted us during the illness of in charge of Funeral DirectorD. '
board and the time has come again Tableau "Silver Threads Among/ make-up and he was thereafter'- ,
which enveloped it, our dear departed one and eased our in which
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the :flames, C. Jones. The high esteem
when shoul- escape
it is necessary for you to the Gold"-Katherine Epperson, Joe able to carry on any effective attack.It .
der thia burden. and their clothing, too, was soon in sorrow and trouble after her death, the deceased was held had won many > ,
flames. also the physicians who did all In Jones. friends) for her, who sympathize with developed after Carpentier' had rr _
Most teachers are willing to accept Trio, Selected-By three popular ar- returned to his training/ camp at Man- k kr i
who was five their to prolong her life. May In their loss and
butas C. E. Camplejohn, power the bereaved family : .
a 10 or 15 cent cut in salary tlt .
per haet N. Y., that during his
aggressive .
miles south of the scene of the accident God reward you. their sorrow was attested In the large
only a few of us are in the luck of I Duet, Marche-Mary Borum, Mr.. and effective attack In the second ''f
Alice
fire Sparkmanand '
saw the smoke from the Nathan J. Moore procession that followed the remains
it ,
cutting from 20 to 40 per cent, round, the Frenchman had broken hi*
and rushed to the scene on his motor- Families. Lee.Solo to their last :resting place and the '
becomes our duty to nee to it that our reach "Mammy's Coal Black Rose" right thumb and sprained hi* ,,".to r
cycle. He was among the first to splendid :floral offerings t.
of .
children do not suffer on account Harold Priester. unable
the burning machines and states that events of yesterday afternoon, and Carpentier was to explain howthe
this unavoidable condition. his Quartette Selected, violin-Omle Injury occurred, but It I.I thoughtthat
at that time Brown was dead. Wil- Jerry Mclnarnay was to act as CHAPLAIN OF WORLD WAR TO
Some other counties can pay more Scarborough, Mrs. Lee Guitar-MI.. It result of hard \
liam Atwood had crawled Into the mechanician. Brown was well knownIn ; BE AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUN. came as a a
than we- can. Then it naturally follows in effort to extinguish the local automobile circles, being employed 'Proctor, Un. Maine* .- swing which landed high on Demp-

would.the teacher will go get It, as you ocean fire which an was burning him to death. by Mangela-Kirby Company.The Reading, Selected Willie Mae Rev. Allen C. Shuler, U.S. Chaplainof ey's head.

His brother, Thomas, who was not so other injured boy, Thomas Atwood Johnson. the World War,.will.,preach at the
Which should we think the more badly injured, had managed to extin- was brunght to the city In the Violin Duet, "Dreamland Valae"- Baptist church Sunday morning\ and BAPTIST Mr f ;

"bout saving", the bread and bacon the his burning clothing by rollingin Red Cross ambulance and taken to St. Mrs.Lee, Omle Scarborough./ evening. R .Sbuet] la an able speak -

teacher will eat, or the child that ho guish the sand. He was found a Yew feet Luke's f6r treatment. It was stated Reading and Solo, "Wonderful er and Is weli. own in,Florida. Since 10 a. m., Sunday school. J. T. Quigley :

should teach the wrecked motorcycle. The last night that his condition was seri Mother of MineV-Atice Piper, Olga the war he has been traveling as evangelist superintendent. Classes for all .
from
Now come, be l loyal. The harvest wrecked machines were about ous. He was likewise badly burned, Prieater. in South Georgia and Florida. age. .ti

Is ready. What shall we do' abouta twenty-five two feet apart. and has perhaps, sustained Internal Solo, "Starlight Love" Abitha Previous to the war he was pastor of 11 a. m., morning. service. At this

reaper I William Atwood, who had been hor- injuries', Coachman. the Franklin Baptist church in Jack- hour Rev. Allen C. Shuler U. $. chap.

Let every school district reply to ribly burned about his chest, besides Contrary to general report, it was Chorus, "Gypey: Chora" sonville. lain In the World War, will preach.

this as coon a. read. Don't wait for suffering from a broken left leg, at said last night that Mclnarney escap- Orchestra. We admire the man who has faced You are Invited to hear hint.

the other fellow,,but answer now. the hip and below the knee and a ed serious injury. It was first reported Medley of popular airs. dangers; those, who gave their best 8:30 p. m., evening service. Sermon ,

Yours very truly,. fractured right leg at the ankle, was that he had been taken to St. Vin Admission, children lEc; adult. 25c. for democracy. Rev. Shuler was on by Rev. Shuler.

H. B. WIGGINS. seen tobe In a desperate condition, cent's hospital and.was not expected the actual firing line, having .offeredthe Wednesday! prayer meeting at 8 p. .

It New York and was placed In the W. C. Cooper te recover. Mr*. Clyde Alvarez and children, of last prayer for many of our brave m.On ,

banker is reported that that girl, ambulance and rushed to the city for Some in aceounting for the accident Jacksonville, and little Misses Florence lads. Certainly lie has a stirring message account of the Baptist Assemblyat

and that has dropped 'Ms about chorus half a attention at St. Luke's hospital. He believe the motorcycle's fore wheel Elizabeth and Leila Dea Andrews for all the people. DeLand there win be no B. Y. P. U. I _
he
also dropped
beyond human aid however, and struck some obstruction on the beach Sunday evening- "- Most of our young ,w 1
million at the same time. No..1f hewill was causing the driver"to lose control of of Starke, are. spending a few What appear to be the essence of people are attending the Assembly.W. .
330 m.
only efface himself our nostrils-I died Marvin at Brown p. was scheduled to it immediately before crashed' Into week at the Canova plea Kingsleylake. wisdom to one person may seem the O. KERSEY, II. ? y faIt
may become with untainted m
acquainted rankest of folly to another. Pastor. '
the Maxwell racer in the racing the racer. 1 Supply
drive _
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PAGE TWn BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGRAPH. JTARKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 8, 1921.
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T SENATOR KNIGHT ON CONDITIONS I whose back lot I. simply doing time, cause now is the time to see what kind LET 'EM ALONEA

,{ r OPPOSES DIVISION OF FLORIDA for the brain-fagged office man, Na- of plant our selected ear grew on. A
S' - ture made the honey bee. large, healthy, robust ear might grow metropolitan newspaper points
Senator t>. E. Knight, of Starke, | ..Yell, we all need a bobby, and, in j from a specially rich spot in the field. out that women have been expert

r Lc.: TO MAKE TWO WEAK STATES was a caller at the office of the State this day and age, a paying hobby. We j Such an ear would not possess any menting in dress since the days of

"r Marketing: Bureau. Senator Knight II I ought to raise chickens, or rabbits, or +I particular advantage over any other Mother Eve' always seeking something .

one of the extensive farmers of Brad- 'bees, or something. The chickens and ear. If we search for seed corn in the more becoming, more practicaland
? ;:j PETER o. KNIGHT OPPOSES REAPPORTIONMENT VICIOUS LABOR REGULATIONS ford county, and called to talk over I\ rabbits have to be fed. Bees usually field, will be able to know whetheror sanitary, and something that affords
;, ; SOUTH the agricultural situation he having a 1 Ido their own feeding; seldom does I not we the at the proper g-reau-rfreedom of movement.The .
ear
grew
FLORIDA A BIT RADICAL Fitzgerald Tall, general counsel of considerable quantity of syrup on I man have to feed bees. The industryof height from the ground, whether or present short skirt is the result
hand, and syrup like most farm products the bee is proverbial. of these centuries of
the Nashville, Chattanooga & St not it had a long or short shank, and experimentingand
: 4 r ',! Editor Tampa Tribune) Upon my Louis Railway told the railroad labor Is not maintaining a price prof. The bee fever is spreading rapidly. so forth. perpetual evolution.

t return from Washington/ eight or nine board at Chicago that railroadersin itable to producers. Thousands of men and women, boys Everything new attracts attentionand
., i day ago I was quite gratified to note the South are making more money The main trouble, the senator said, and girls are today improving their' When we find a plant and an ear comment, until it is accepted as

that both The Tribune and The Time. than any other class, excepting possibly with the country today is that the health and making money by keeping that suits all requirements, the that ear custom. Then it is regarded as right
effort to mold farmer has come back to a few hives of bees. The i should be marked in such a way
t l were engaged in an bootleggers. pre-war a cost in time and becomes merely an incident of the
it { public sentiment for the purpose pf "The average pay of Presbyterian price level, but many other interests and money is small and the profits are I we can recognize it and separate !it -

i l having a greater Tampa; gratified, indeed ministers-they get more than Methodists are trying to stay on the high level. larger in proportion than in any other I from the others at harvesting When time. day.Let the women and their short

,! that both these splendid paper or ,B.ptlBta-l. $1,800 a year. While producers are down to bed-rock phase of agriculture. Tie a string around the ear. skirts alone. They are sane, sensible
.I should be engaged in doing the tame Our yard masters get more than twiceas prices war-time rates are still in effect To start in bees cost little. You j the corn is gathered; those marked and sanitary.
p thing and thu. helping to unite the much and switch tenders even get the labor unions want war-time can start easily. But be sure you ears should be laid aside to be exam- Men who are sticklers for long

1 1 people instead of separating them. $662 more," said Mr. HalL wages and working conditions. Fuelis start and start right ,,ined before the next planting. skirts should don ,them and paradeto
1. Imagine my astonishment and disappointment still up, and retailers trying to unload The thoroughbred farm animal is in their hearts' content i
t Vanderbilt University at Nashville
'
to find, in a few daY.I' pays its professors $3,750, the University high-cost goods at prices out of PUREBRED SWINE AND CATTLE;,demand on every hand. Why should No one will object.-Ex.
thereafter, a leading editorial in proportion to present factory and WilY NOT PUREBRED CORN net this be the case with grain -' -
of Tennessee I
and
splendid paper advocating a smaller pays $2,684, wholesale prices. The farmer has taken ,- Wheat rye, barley and all other grain No Worm In a nealthy Child
Georgia Tech $3,600 and the
,
A Florida. A movement by the same pays his readjustment medicine, and Now is the time to select seed corn I can be greatly improved, and they All children troubled with Worms have an uu-
,i' + and conductors on our Rome branch get I he believes the other fellows cannotgo for are being Improved by farmers healthy color,which Indicate poor blood,ud>'_
... I organization for a greater Tampa $5,735. These conductors are paid next year's crop. Do not wait till many rule there ts more Cll'leu stomach dltturbence
1 a smaller Florida at one and the same than on indefinitely eating warpriceand planting time next spring. Do it themselves who go into the fields GROVE'S TASTELESS. CHILL TONIC (given rea.
tt. more the Judges of the Supreme war-wage cake. It is unfair while it is and pick seed Isrly for two. three week will rarfch the blvd..
; : time is quite interesting, to say the an now, yet growing
Cburt of Tennessee. 1"Ib.dJIIeatjoa.OUId
I setnat StnDMtb-
,i, Yr.4: l : least of it. state of things* Times-Union. From one end of the state to the from naturally vigorous plants from enlnf Tonic to the whole system. Nature will t itm
"The justices of the Supreme court throw offer dispel the........*DdtheChlldirliibto .
leaves to
J Do you know that Florida today ----- other, we see fields of scrub corn, the plants that have sufficient
I, are paid $5,500, and our Rome engineers I perfect health. Pl.wat to s.k..ae.per botU.Dodron's .
has only 067,640 inhabitants of which, HOW ABOUT A BOBBY seed of whcih was selected in the crib I manufacture; the needed starch, from -.
""i' only 638453 are whites; and the to- get $5,997 annually. at'planting time, not in the field at plants possessing all those other characteristics -

", tal assessed valuation of all the property "Why, the engineer of our Tulla- How do you invest your spare moments earing time. These fields will yield by which purebred corn is
of the state, real, personal and homa accommodation gets $4,371 per ? The well-balanced man makes 15 to 25 per cent less than they wouldif recognized.
I mixed, is only $400,000,000 annum, and this is $371 more than the Us extra time pay big dividends in the seed had been purebred. There Liver Tone

?t , When a situation such as this is salary of the Governor of Tennessee." health-building recreation. Our presidents was produced in this state last year The Authors Pest

,; presents itself, something that is liable Manufacturers Record. play golf. Teddy Roosevelt 10,630,000 bushels of corn. Assuming Philip CurtlHH, outlier of the novel Instead of Calomel
(id 'f to cause so much harm in the future hunted big game. Maurice Materlink the production this year will be equally 'Between' Two Worlds," remarked
it is necessary to tell plain whether the capital is in Tallahassee, keeps bees. as large, what would be the pro- that though he, like all writers net's
tit truths, however much it hurts.' When Pensacola, Key West, Jacksonville, or Most of us need some paying sideline duction if we had used purebred seed' contact with people of all kinds, thereIs Calomel is quicksilver. It attacks
just one class to escape which h. the bone and paralyses the liver. Your
\ n 1 a mariner is tossed about in the Seffner, either publicly or privately pursuit; chicken-raising bee- Figuring the increase at 15 per cent, would run a mile. "The greatest pest dealer sell each bottle of pleasant
; I stormy seas, he takes note of his surroundings As is well known, I have been opposed keeping, for instance. There survives we find that it would be 12,270,000 In a writer's life," said Mr. CurU ., bevrmles* "Dodson's Liver Tone" under
I I'{ F to escertain where he is at; to reapportionment for years. In all of us a farmer instinct that bushels instead of 10,530,000. Sufficient "Is the man who always Bays, 'If you as ironclad, money-bade. guarantee that
t V 4) and it might be well for the people of On its merit., the state should be re- makes us turn our hands back to the argument for improving our could only write up a thing that once bowels it will regulate better than the liver calomel, stomach without and

, south Florida to do that ,Let me give apportioned, were there not other con- soil. For the farmer who wants something happened to my uncle It would make salivating you-16 million
you the assessed valuation of most of siderations. I have never given all of 1 for odd hours, for the villager corn.Why select seed at this time' Be- the greatest story you ever read.' for
I
the rest of the states and then let us the reasons for my opposition to reapportionment -
4
compare those with our own. Here ; but I think it becomes -

i I they are: I necessary now to do so. I probably

!M, New York ___-.____$12,758,021,054 I am as well acquainted with the legislative -
M' I 1 Ohio ._...--.__-. 9,699,686,925 situation in this state as any ; ,
i I Pennsylvania .--. 9,000,000,000 'man in it, having been actively engaged -

I + + Wisconsin . ..______ 4,068,268,534 with legislative' matters since 1889. .
!' Texas ...--...--- 8,200,295.205 II And I have found, as a rule, that the
i South Dakota _____. 2,095,154,178 I' representatives from south Florida do

i t California . _____.._ 4,067,432,918 I I not compare with those sent from ,
, 01., ;
s $ Illinois __u......_ 8,220,349,814 middle and west Florida. There has -i --s
/
'' ,, Indiana .I.: ..-..... 5,780,480,039 I not been the Immlpration-Into; middle :
f fir i' ,
Kansas .._-..___ 3,437,641,811 and west Florida that there has been :r

Massachusetts . .___ 4.898,860,299 Into south Florida. The result l is that \ ,t/ ,
J 1 Michigan . _____.._ 4.789.236,331 the people of middle and west Florida, .;! . : s\\

y I Minnesota . ....... 2,133,719,983 as a rule, are those who have lived \

i Missouri . ..___..__, 2,703,273,472 I there for years, and their fathers and ';1
i
Montana ......... 1,701,390,523 frrandfathers and great-grandfathers. 1/:'
.
g Maryland . _.__.... 1,588,485.220 They are conservative; they believe in Mrs
'., 'I Louisiana _ ........ 1,506,833,033 I the constitution of the United States 3 '
Foae.ttrwMraha 'lint her
+ e
Kentucky ? _.__.._- 1,859,125,809 and the principles upon which this republic a fi_rfcy U. S. De.J.r with him
y Georgia . .-.__..___ 1,146,817,052 | has been founded; and! they areI t.*rbjr U. S. Factory Branch" rr

4 a it Connecticut . -.__.. 1,876.708,933 I I unwilling to run after false\oda.: And ..

t Colorado .__._.... 1,495,000,000 j 1 it has been the conservatism of thoseI
I t New Jersey ........ 3,370,249,678 I gentlemen from middle and west Flor- i-
North Carolina .._-_ 1,029,993,778 Ida that has saved the property interj -

S i r 1, r North Dakota ._-___ 1,041,499,051! j, Pats and the business, interests of Who thatbargain

Rhode Island __...__ 1,495,240.828 south Florida from ,the multitude of
I \ says
i 'j Virginia __-_-..._ 1,505,989,433[ ,freak bills that have been, from time b

i'i'I I ,: Washington ------ 1,000,620,838 to time, Introduced in the various sessions t

.. I L ti I Went Virginia __-.-_ 1,498,834,833, I of the legislature, none of which ,
Alabama . ..___.... 916,846.265 have been passed, and the result of tires
Li Oregon ......____ 990,435,472 which is that Florida today is one of are
In' ', Florida .......-.- 400,000,000 'I the most conservative states in the _
:I(', : Do you know that it costs nearly' union. It is because I own propertyand

.I ; $400,000,000 annually to pay the mu- ,, represent property that I have what the
.
nicipal expenses of New York City opposed reapportionment; and all other people want
: I alone; and that Andrew Carnegie and I property interests in south Florida
w ,l .I John D. Rockefeller have each givento would do the same if they understood THE U. S.

: charitable, eleemosynary and educational the legislative situation as they ought; CHAIN TREAD

r institutions nearly $400,000 I understand full well what this statement MOST everybody knows the They pay anef price not "someOn.. of the few tires of

t' COOT) may mean to me; but I have always ; sort of man who thing off list" that may not mean which it may b* said that

N What could be accomplished by reducing had the courage of my convictions never takes a tire seriously until he anything in the first place. they deliver economy
yrar In and out and
{ and have been year
l our assets and our wealth and always unwilling gets blow-out.. tin after tit*.
decreasing our population Wherein to move along like a coward with the They get fresh live tires
being Th U.a Chain Tread
f'r + would it be of any benefit to us'T I tide, especially when there' was a How long he will resist universal made and shipped while this gives sufficient traction{
message -
I would Just as soon think of dividing crisis ahead which men ought to face. tire education is a question. is on all ordinary road surface
Understanding this entire situation being written. *. It la probably thehandsomest
r the Exchange Nation]. Bank, or the as
well' as I think I do, I could not But this is sure- and by all
-
respect
the Tampa
Tampa Electric
i Company, or N* No matter where they live there's odd tb* mon popular
a1; , Gas Company, or the Tampa Hardware "yself did I not give public exprellI .. ++ of the whole U.8.Fabric
I More people finding a nearby U. S. Dealer with his
; Company, or the Tampa Shipbuilding sion to my views. are : out every Tire line.
' : day that between nearby U. S. Factory Branch.
and Engineering Company, The sooner the agitation for division leaving things

I ; dl or' any other business enterprise with of the state, for removal of the to luck and getting real economy U. S. Tires keep
; ; 1 which I am connected .. I would of capital, and for reapportionment is there is a big difference. moving. .

r y h r 1 j'I..' dividing the state of Florida, if I had stopped, the better it will be for all No opportunity to get old and
1'!I of the of the state. Let Many a car-owner has to
the power to do so. And I am quite people us come dried out. No
here
4 I I' sure that, upon reflection, you and work unitedly to Increase the popula- U.S.Tires because he couldn't affordto trying to find shifting and there United States Hues
I tion and to increase the wealth of the a market.
A' .
1 the remainder of the persons in south keep on paying that difference.
,l i + , r" i k Florida who have hastily expressed state, and not to have it reduced, Every, U. S. Tire a good tire' are Good Tiros
s 'Ii' themselves' with reference to this situation butchered or dismembered. Probably seven out of ten users wherever find ,

s t will finally come to a like con- Sincerely yours, of U. S. Tires came to them only the you it anywhere in U S. USCO TREAD
'? i clu lon. The movement for a division PETER O. KNIGHT, after they'd had enough of "dis country.

4 { 1 of the state has come from those who Tampa.) June 27, 1921. counts" "bargain offers", "clearance Because the U. S. policy is a good U. S. CHAIN TREAD
, have
been because the
i+ r {" could not chagrined be removed and becausewe capital ASPIRINName sales or surplus stocks" and other policy that serves the car-owner all U. S. NOBBY TREAD
similar the time.
appeals. t'
have not had reapportionment.
u.
s. ROYAL CORD
I Wherein would south benefit
Florida be -
du; ted by the capital being removed? I'' "Bayer" on Genuine They have found economy-and Doing the very best for him that U.S.RED& GREYTUBES
stick it
imagine I have as much business at they to human good faith can do. .

t, I the capital as any other man in the!' I .

( state. My visits to Tallahassee in the ,

+ past dozen years have probably' averaged Q

t' i i two annually. I take care of my United States \
business with Tallahassee with a two- Tines

cent stamp. The capital being in Tallahassee 'i. -

does not inconvenience' me or

T1,j ,' the business that I represent one par- UnitedStates
tide Wherein does the capital assist 8 Rubber Company

f t. the city that it Is I In or the locality -
i that it isn1\ Tallahassee had ,
about the same population and' 'the WwniDgl Unless) you) so* the tuun t I
Bayer" on package' or ;
:you
same wealth when Tampa was a village are not 8'tingaUue o.Aspirin! giro
of eight hundred people and dozens scribed by pityeiciejis for twentyoneyear !
I, of other thriving, magnificent little and proved safe by million Take r -
Aspirin told in the FORD GARAGE STARKE
cities of aouth Florida were a wilderness. only M Bayer paofcaffe FLA.
for CJuid*, Ifaad*ch Neuralgia, ,
b, If the capital is such a tremendous lUmunatiexa, Earache ,'Toothache Lumbago / 1
y asset to the city in which is and for Puta. llandy tin boxy o* ,
., IB located or the territory surrounding twelve TabMeMof Anpirio coat leworats. i -
> Auggl.y also sell larger package : i'
5 tt, it, why has not Tallahassee and the *. Aspirin hi the tnuto mark of
surrounding territory grown more?! Bayer :Manufactur, of Motto deck dd-
"& What ,difference, pray, does it make etlt "
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JULY 6. J92t.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH SlARKE.: FLORIDA.
PAGE THREE

-=;' - - *!I being struck just above the tail the =. ,

New Florida in Short Paragraphs; ;! Ij IjI 1 1I I barracuda set out for deep water, ,

._ ---"' --" --"-...... .....-.....__ I jerking the line from Racey' hand. fl
: '' In an effort to save his fishing gear

: Live State i I''I Racey leaped overboard and managedto V ,
I News 1 t
grasp the end of the line. The jr PACETOREEIs r Na

> .. . - -- ---.... ........ .. . heavy weight; served to retard the fish : \.. J __;_;
Told by Our Exchanges. but it had towed Racey more than one ttt .' ,
hundred feet when, most of the time 1. fI
I It' I
... __ __ _\ under water, he managed to pull him. tt 1 ' '
=-- self up to it. Racey caught his victim I ,"
Johnson, colored, was killed I men succeeded "
finally after
Shorty an half in the gills and after a terrific struggle t- '
I
and two others hurt by the : hour's struggle .R : ,
Instantly and Mr. Gator I
was ; the fiah the fight and was
breaking of the boom of the dredge I packed away into the bus running to towed ashore.gave up J' : .

being operated by the Moore Haven Clearwater Beach. ''I"v > ."
railroad.
4 Clewiston A 7
thrilling chase and running fight '" '
Long fishing poles saved the lives I I with full and '
auto of
an women,
men
Blueberry culture in the DeFuniak of Miss Carrie Brown and Miss Nettie (4 e1
believed to have been rider"
\
"joy automobile k'51W'
gectlon will soon be one of the leading 1 Spencer of St. Petersburg, when their thieves, occurred Friday afternoon -. ; rl I \ : .

Industries and bids fair to be a money automobile plunged through the rail- at Tampa, as an aftermathof 1i" i'1 '
which calls for ing of the '
making crop, very municipal pier into ten feet the theft of a large Buick automo- .
little effort after the plants have been of water. Fishermen on the pier rushed bile. The car was found Saturday "

let out, to maintain. to the aid of the young women, .-
where it had been deserted In woods
who were thrown 'I, f
through the doors
northwest of the city. According to r
Judge Griggs, collector of customs of the closed coupe irt which they were the motorcycle officer, he pursued the ,

for the Florida district, directed the riding. Both were severely cut but car and occupants for some thirty

emptying of 2,500 quarts and forty struggled free of the sinking automo- miles, at times being within a few ,

demijohns of liquor into the sink in bile and were pulled to the pier by feet of the car without being able to I : .
the
the Federal building at Tampa a few fishermen. make it etop. Five shots were firedat I1I ,, .*.

days ago. him from a pistol held by a member '
Clearwater was visited Thursday of the party. On a stretch of

Cadet Forest-s; of W..ather-I morning by a severe electrical storm gravel road five miles long, the officer

ford, Texas, was instantly killed when which caused a great deal of excite. daclared the automobile and his motorcycle :

the plane in which he was soloing at i ment due to its being accompanied by raced neck and neck at sev ought ,
the _
Carlstrom Field, crashed to the earth. unusual spectacle of a giant water enty-two miles an hour, the occupants

The cause of accident has not been de spout. This formed in the gulf refusing to bring their machine to a ,

termined. He was just completing his just outside of Clearwater island, stop in spite of his commands. The I irow tobacco e u uk +

training and would have been commissioned came across the south end of the Island speed and the condition of the road : ., '

at an early date. then turned northeast up the made it impossible for him to draw "

I II bay, crosiiing the island bridge and his revolver so as to fire at the car's F
I finally breaking at the You can't beat a Camel because can't beat the ,.
foot
of
Fruit and vegetables Irom Florida I Seminole tires and thus stop it. After chasingthe \ you ,
street. No damage was done except machine past Sulphur Springs and '. tobacco that into Camels. '
for the season just drawing to a close \ "r, ,'" l' goes I . <,
the upsetting of lunch anchored '
a along country roads in a big circle
total thus far 60,000 carloads in round '
numbers, this being only car lot shipments I in the bay. back towards town, the officer lost the That's why Camels arc the choice of men who 1'I

of the total.. The citrus crop I I car when it got ahead of him and was know and love fine tobacco They know what makes ,

accounts for 33,615 carloads, of which Falling 4,500with their airplane driven by its occupants into a woods ,. .
12,990 is represented by grapefruit, I and emerging alive and with and deserted. The car was recoverednext Camels so smooth, so fragrant and mellowmild.They'll 1 1t.

I I nothing! worse than severe bruise, day but nothing! has been seen
and 20,616 oranges.
was the experience of Major Gilkesonand of the five men and three women who tell you that the expert Camel blend of
-
The Pensacola Shipbuilding Company I I Lieut. Frost of Carlstrom Field. were riding in it. s"-f ,J choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos makes a cigarette
that has been The two airmen emerged early last
has been notified it
awarded contracts for four bridges by Friday afternoon from the Evergladesthe PATCHES smoke you can't equal-no matter what you pay.

scene of their accident, it taking i
'the value state of the road four department contracts, being the total ap- I them forty-eight hours to get out I Seen urrow-BUery and Vulca. But it doesn't take an expert to tell Camel quality.

proximately $300,000. Work on the of the fastnesses of the glade Only nixing Shop, Starke? You'll spot it the very first puff. Try Camels yourself.Camel.

lour structures will be started immediately. because their machine fell into saw- Is this beer the place where they :

grass eight feet high and landed in put patches on thing! I heard tell raoa

soft, oozy muck in which it buried about rorwrar/r

Eight men, said by a Tampa detec- itself some six feet, are the men alive. What can I do for you?TI '(I II II

tive bureau which has been working ,, Major' Gilkeson said the matter of lush found this old auto tire and I I I

on the case, to be members of the' !grass and the muck formed a cushion thought 11II how you might patch my K. J. REYNOLDS Tob.co C*. i
which robbed the Pinellas State which broke the force of the fall. pants with it. It would last ao much Wle.t.a-S.I.ah N.C. i
fang! : 1, .
Bank at Largo February 3rd, when |I longer than cloth. !I
more than $50,000 was secured, arc Trouble is said to be brewing In If I should patch your pants with

under arrest, two of them at Springfield Pass-a-Grille and J. A. Saunders, a that,old tire, you would have to go out I' 1 I

111., and six at Columbia, S. C. I fisherman and bus driver, has appealed and stand. on a stump when you put : ------

to Sheriff W. S. Lindsey for pro. them on in the morning. '20c a quart, and gas at 25c a gallon. Z1FF J. W. L. Pinholster, of Tine Hill,

Thursday afternoon about 4 o'clock j I I tection. He flays he has received several That would be mighty unhandy, but t We also handle the Ford wheels, I I II I was In this suction last week

,, threatening letters and has been I've got some thin patches here thaI E. J. Lewis of Brooker visItor
the residence of T. J. Ammon, five with or without hubs, tubes and other WAil a 1
Ziff 8.Metmrs. G. II. ColitonI
miles east of Williston, was completely advised' that bodily injury will be inflicted mend punctured tires. Perhaps that t, accessories for auto repairs.' I July I to this section l last week. sNot
I and Thomas Misses Rhoda
Ellery ,
him if he does not leave the >
on will do.
demolished by the falling of a red Well I guess I'll take this Goodrich I
island. He wanted the sheriff to send I'm afraid that will ,, Lomie and Alva Thomas spent Mon.
cost too much
tire and have work all
oak tree which was blown down by a you over my men squander their hard
a deputy to guard him but the sheriff This old tire didn't coat anything. day at Worthington.
battery. I'll take of
windstorm. The occupants escaped a gallon your earned! money. They don't it.
serious injury. declined to do this and said that he Don't believe\ I want the job any- best oil I'll have to rent a batteryfor Miss Olive Padgett, of Graham, and earn

could not do anything until some overt way; am too busy. Avy Starling attended church at Do-! i
until I
few to town
,- a days come Some people wipe out their old
Clone to two million dollars have act was committed. Saunders told the Here comes a customer now. Good again. Will you put on this tire for dan Sunday. debts by converting/ them Into newer

been derived from the fruit, strawberry sheriff that there has been a threat of morning, eir. met 'I S. L. Prescott and Ron, Woodrow, and larger one*. miss

and vegetable crops marketed in tar and feathers and has engaged a I would like to look at those Good Sure we will. Want some gas? and Ellery Thomas spent Saturday at

includ-1 detective to try to get evidence to con rich tires there is so much talk about,, Graham. ,
Plant City during the season Better fill her up and see If everything Don't duck at a flash of lightning.
vict the writers of the let SOd H.Yes Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and lit
anonymous
ing the fall of 1920 and the spring of' is all right. Be back in about The bolt you see has spent. its force.
1921. The exact figures obtained from ters. sir; here it 'ps. $16. Quite a an hour Try and have it ready."HULLOr tle daughter, Hazel, were attending to fill,
the and shipments cut you see. Here also I is the Penna business in Waldo Saturday. aat
daily daily Some achieve
averages women perfection by
about the I Without a chance to defend ?\imself. tire, 30x3% at $17. Firestone no, Messrs. Marvin Ogden and Ellery
or
are $1,641,232.60, concealing\ their imperfection i
?:
same as the return last season, which I J. V. Cannington was shot and killed skid front tires, 30x3, $10.95. Same I Thomas, Misses Rhoda, Lomlo and Alva .
by R. L. Parker, a neighbor, at the price on plain. We also do vulcanis Thomas spent Sunday evening at ndM
was $1,654,936. former's home near Orange Lake station ing work and guarantee it to last. When you see a man in wo, Hampton lake. When a fellow In cock cure he I I.
I right It I la often to convince him
The Apalachicola Land and Development in Marion county. Parker is In We repair batteries and keep batteries Walk right up and say "hullol"! We are very sorry to report that he li easy

Company recently organizedto the county jail charged with the kill for rent at 25c per day while w
ing. Parker and Cannington, both farmers repair battery.We writing.
in the fish and oyster Industry your "
engage "How's the world a-usln you? who jump at conclusion frequently
to operations Oct. are said to have quarreled over keep the best oils. The best t Dr*. Bigg, of Starke, and Trlbble,
plans begin illusion/
1st. The company, which is capital some cattle which were in the pasture grade la Texoca-best on the market,,, Slap the fellow on his back, of LaCronRfl, made professional calls grasp f4 t,.

ized at intends especiallyto .of Parker. Later, when Canning. at $I.CO In gallon cans, or 40 cent a Bring yer ban down with a whack; in our section last week. '
$1,000,000
,
Dear old I la just itching to
develop the culture of oysters, and ton had returned to his home and was quart. Our next grade Is Veedol a t< Waltz right up, an' don't go slow, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of another congress national It '
joke.
perpetrate
for that purpose has acquired valua- in the lot attending to the milking, $1.85 gallon can or 35c quart. A Grin an' shake an' say "hullol"Is Louise, passed through our burg Sun want to investigate contracts.
war r-
ble oyster beds near there. Parker came up and Is said to have good oil. We have a cheaper oil at day.Rev I,;, ,

J.-. asked him if he had removed his cow he clothed in rags? Oh, aha! C. Crosby, of Starke, filled his I
from his pasture. His reply was unsatisfactory regular appointment at Dedan Satur- To Cur a Cold In One Day > '
minutes in > + y
Given only about fifteen > I X s
Walk right an' "hullol"Raga ....
up say t LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (T.hl.t.1 It
and Parker it is alleged,
which to launch ''the small boats and day and Sunday. CMIHI lti.<> make their getaway from a burning& raised his gun, whereupon Cannington is but a cotton roll Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Thomas were C.U1. .: W. CHOVE;;" .lauatur.uu.rbbus.. : :JUo.. '

venue! at sea and succeeding, withoutthe threw up his arms and said, "Don'tdo A Tonic X Jest fer wrappin' up a soul; shopping in Brooker Friday. 'T

loss of a life, the master and five that!" and stooped over. While in An' a soul! is worth a true, Messrs. S. L. Prescott, J. H. Kelly, tAt

members of the crew of the British this position he received a load of For Women Hale and hearty "how d'ye doT" C. H. Kelly were visitors to Earleton COFFINS &: CASKETS \ AMY
buckshot in his back and was instantly Beach last week
schooner Celeste D., which burned on Don't wait for the crowd to go; And a Pull Line of Zrr
killed. Inca Lewis Is on the nick lint this ,. I
Saturday night, arrived in Jacksonville Walk right up an' say "hullo! UnJirlaktrt' Sappltft .
Wednesday to report the loss of "I 1 was hardly able to drag I x week.D. I
of Rev. R. H. Higgs r
The kidnapping D. Thomas attended the
birthdaydinner
their was weakened., writes MIL W'en vessels
meet
ship. big they eay, AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ., k''
been
a negro preacher, who has in Cocoanut con W. P. Ray, of Bailey S. C. X They aaloot an' sail away. of Mr. Dukes at Dukes Mon Always on band The beat wart. .

J. C. Turner, assistant'city clerk of ducting revival services "The doctor Crested me for about Jest the same are you an' me day. vice at the lowest price Special .1,r

Miami, was arrested charged with the Grove, because of his alleged doctrine two months, still I didn't get X Lonesome ship upon a sea; attention to telegraph .... I' 1 k
of of racial equality, resulted in a riot better. I bad family WATERMILL Registered! Embali,. ,
embezzlement of more than $5,000 any large Each one sailing hid own jog en. ; 1
the city's funds. It was Turner who call being sent to Miami, the despatchof and felt I surely must dosomething For a port beyond the fog. ,,,I
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loads of police- Watermlll 8. Mr. and Mra. '
several automobile X July -
Monday at midnight, reported to the to enable me to take Let yer speakin-trumpet blow, DeWTIT C. JONES
and the shoot- W. R. and children attended
police\ that he had been held up in his men with machine guns care of my little one*, I bad Lift yer horn an' cry "hullol"Say Hodges STARKE, FLA.
Ing of two men at Miami. 1f\6I'\ < and
office and robbed of 4,800 in cash X
by four men in an auto- Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown left
taken
$GOO in city checks by two highway. away "hullo," an'"how d'ye do?"
that he was for where they .
mobile and it was thought Monday Macclenny,
men, of whim he declared, was Other folk. good
one are as you. \
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lynched, but he returned the next day will upend a few days taking teachers .
wearing a tuxedo and the other a marks of violence on him. CARDUITto W'en ye leave yer house of clay, examination.Mrs. .
dress suit. He is held without bond. without any Wanderin in the Far-Away, 1886 r
all former
When the commotion began, X Viola Thomas and children at.
W'en travel
the
-" service men were called out and you through strange tended) church at Dedan Saturday.Mr .

Charles Carpenter of Klssimmee, and were thrown about the Country t'other aide the range, and Mrs. Jack Goodge and son, "
armed
fired seven shots at his wife when he Woman's Tonic Then the souls you've cheered will DAVISINSURANCE w t
the gathering ne- Eugene, returned home Sunday froman
to prevent
returned to his home and.found her, roads halt Know who ye be, an' say "bulla!I"
who failed to extended visit with relatives at
One
be claims, in company of George Mar. groes. negro fired I Ml decided! to It -By S. W. Foss.
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when commanded to do so was try continues : Sampson.
fired at
tin.
Five of the bullets, all and Mrs. Ray . "I took
by a guard with a shotgun Evan fledge and Tom Markee attended
close range, entered the woman's body upon seriously wounded. A white man eight bottles la an . I repined A TONIC the Fourth of Jufy celebration .
I wife was
and head. Carpenter chased his strength tad bar Qrove's Ts.tsd..s chill Tonic rMtoree'
slightly injured. my at Dukes station Monday
was
1 from the house and as she fled and passing bad no more trouble with womanly Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Misses Bertie and Alva Thomas STARKEHabitual

, screamed he shot, reloading his and revolver Fishermen have been known to make weakness. I have tea Enriching the Blood. When you feel its I{I left Sunday for Macclenny where they .

aa she lay on the ground prisoners of huge flea turtles by ridingon children and am able to do anmy strengthening.Invigorating effect toe bow 'will' take the examination for teach. 0

i adding two more bullets to the three their backs In the water but it remained housework and a lot outdoors it brings. color to the cheeks and bowIt ers. .

she carried. for Ralph Racey, of Miami, to . I oaa lUre racotn-: Improve the appetite, you will then I, Evan fledge spent Sunday night -

I recently the unique feat of mend CarduL" appreciate lu true tonic lIlue.Jfovo'a visiting friend In this section. Constipation Cured
; Fifty automobiles, devoid of pasengers perform with ( Tasteless chill Tonic !la simplyIron la M to :21 Days"LAXPOS ,
element
capturing in its native Take Cardul today. U maybe W. R. Hodges was a business visitor
stood In cluster about two and In So WITH PEPSIN" U a speciallyprepared
1 a afternoon .his bare hands a fish six feet in length Just what you need.At Quinine suspended syrup blood to Clayno Saturday SyrupTanio-lax Jvefor Habitual
miles from Oldsmar Tuesday pleasant even children like It. The ,
witnessed Racey was on a pier engaged In spearing an druggists. Mrs. H. R. Brown was shopping In Constipation. It relieve promptly but ,
needs! It and IRON to
QUININE to Purify
while 200 spectators
some should be taken
mullet with a light spear when Brooker Saturday. regularly for 14 to 21 day
II the struggle: of six men who barracuda. He 6MuI Enrich It. Destroys Malarial geraui and to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
there appeared a great by lu Strengthening Invlgor* I I W. R. Hodge wa in New River .
were trying to hog-tie an alligator\ G.1p'tmn8 Kotfulatee. a Very Pleasant to Tak* arc
at the fish and upon section Monday. :
and take him away with them. The" threw the spear aUng Effect. GOc. M wee bottle. 1



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a FRIDAY JULY 8, 1921.I .
r, lr : ; PAGE POtTR BRADFORD COUNTY TEMCGBAPH. NARKS: FLORIDA -

_ : I s ;l on business Saturday. A. D. and W. H. Andrews were visitors to Worthington last week. .' Other nl date -=-... .7" 80 i Wltneai' my. official A..D....1921.ta.* and aral -thl>
U j Bradford Telegraph Due from Incorporated bank. ..._ 1&.ln.8a i the Sib Sal' of Jul7.
County Arthur Brown and Oscar Wasdin I to Starke Monday.W. Miss Mabel Brown, who is attend- ChMfe. and exchange for clrannc_' 1,142. 0. W. ALDERMAN,
Clerk
11.606.10 (seal ....
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I, t-tj were week-end visitors to Sampson.Mrs. I. Robert, of Jackson' ing school at Gainesville, spent the Cub on hand -- B, 0. A. KNIGHTT9etkL .

I r 1 i i Published weekly and entered as Elva Lee Abernathy is visiting the weekendlest of his family. week-end with homefolks. Total _U.htaue.Ccpltal _-__-4M.ZM.4J ,' Donuts ck$.

'' : t l I, second class matter, at the post her grandparents at Long Bridge, Capt. Butch, of the State Prison Tom Moore, of Lulu, was 'In this stock paid in 'S'JSJSS BANK 8TATTMENT "
t I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Sapp. Farm, was in town Tuesday morning. section Monday. Surpluc fund _.-_--5 H.000.00 RepOrt.. of the condition the Bank n f
office at Starke, Florida. Undivided I,roAt* (Iris einrnw* and fltarke. t Starke. In the State of Florid, "
= --- - .-. -, == Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin, of Wal Dr. and Mrs. Handle have as their Miss Virgie Thomas spent last week taxe paid, ..--.__-_____ 5,995.65 the cloMof. bwlneM. June 80, J.21.
=== =- -- -- Keeoorce
I do at the home of her I guest this week, Miss Willie McCor- with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Individual denmlu. subject to cheek_UI..11.40. .'1 _.
K E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner spent Sunday Cannier. check. onutandinc ___ !.??? JI All\ foam anddlMonnta, ----- 102,89, j' parents.Mr. mick, of Atlanta, Ga. Lake Butler.N. Savings d' po.lu ._-287.0.1.11I I Overdraft United State.- /.bond- -"-_-T-----_._- U.llh'.4IO n i,',17
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and Mrs. Truman Dyal, and I Messrs. Aleck Yelvington and Good- H. Stokes made a business tripto Total _____._....__.__44S.886.41 : State, county and municipal .......... 4,I*';ooIlankln
The highest place in Rhode Island State of riorlda. County of Bradford mi 00..... furniture, axture.9li'o5
man, of Hastings, spent the Fourth Lake Butler Thursday :
I I. bus been found to he 200 feet abovesea family of Ziffepent Sunday with relatives I. J. H. Rlteh' Cashier ef the above Other real et!. _----..- T44 5.
A 'J.' here. here with) friend Mrs. Marion Sullivan, of Theresaa, ad Rank. do olemnlv ..**r that the IIOm'j Due from Incorporated bank' ,16,61111
I level. It goes without saying that .latvment I* true to the bet of my: .. c rhvck. and exchange for clearing._ 1,614 n
this be from corner Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dowling, of Mrs. Manley Luck and children, Evelyn spent the week-end with her parents, and bell"f. j Cah on hand .--__-.-. 7,116.75 I
point can seen any .
of "Little Rhodie." Pompano, were viiitors at the home and Howard,who have been visIting Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples.T. j. H. RIIXH.CorrtAtty Cuhl. I Ii Total ------- ee
1 of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. here, left Tuesday :for North H. Rimes was In Lake Butler J. GRIFFIN. Uabllitie

{ a I i'I The Dempsey-Carpentier bout, ..0I Mr. and Mrs. Berryan Dyal, of Carolina, where. they will visit rela- Saturday on biuiness. W.. T T. RTCH.WEEKS.N. .Director. I I.Capital' lock fund. paid. .In. ...---...-.-. .Mo 05
L Mil 'Burplu' ------- 6,00000
much heralded, was over in ten minutes Sampson, spent Sunday with relatives tives. J. W. rarrish and family are suffering Subscribed and worn to before ma I Undivided profit 0 lea expeMea and
Itb 1.21.
of July
day : .. ..
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A jl here. from attack of measles J L. rEEK I I taxes paid l -- ----- ------ !,8S70(
t and the American champion Is an Notary Public. Individual dvpoail subject to cheek. 117,281 0|
a I I still on top Dempsey has been called Miss Mattie Ogden spent Sunday HAMPTON Time certiflcau of "6Vpo.it' .._,__.. l.(174
(CMhler check' ontatendlnc .
I ,, a "slacker" and Carpentier a "soldier with Misses Leta and Linnie Fogg. FIVE MILE NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Ravine depoilt ------___?_ 65.6/955 000
t I and gentleman." Yet our sympathy is Miss Ruby Dyal is visiting her Hampton, July 8.--J. P. Dya!, of UNDER SECTION 71 OP THE Bill_ payable . -..-_--__ 7,600.q0

r; ", i not stirred very much, for slugging! Is brother at Ziff this week. Tampa, is the guest of his mother.law -:..- Five Mile, July 8.-Misses Ruby Notice I Is GENERAL.hereby riven STATUTES that J, M Conner.purchwr Total Florida. _____-Bradford-16e.2C48State I
I hardly an occupation for a gentleman. Messrs. Chesley Fogg and Guy RosIer Mrs. T. J. Durden, this week. of tax eertlneate No. 88. dated the of County of .. *a.i
Proctor, Norms Dekle and Master bar filed said I. Oeo C. White, Cashier of the abovcnain.d .
I were business visitors to Gainesville Mrs. W. P. flirt, of Louise\ has been certificate 7th. day of in July.. A.lne D and 19U..ha made appll. I.. Bank do olemnlr wear that the .bcnft
Julian Dekle who have been ill
quite
myd.oeff4 statement I Ii true to the beet of my knottier
Many coastwise American vessels Friday. visiting here. for t"" to l.*ue In accordance
for time convalescent. with the following and belief.
some are now ',law. Bald eerilncatc embrace :
;d and their crews have vanished without O. W. Dyal spent Saturday In Wal- Rev. Smyzer of Gainesville, preached de.cribed property situated In Bradford CEO. C. WRITE
Elder M. O. Touchstone of Quit- .
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leaving; any traces of their fate, and do on business. at the Christian churn Sunday, county. Florida. to-witl I Correco-At4.H. S. 1IIATl'HEWS.C"hlor..
1 Butler.
Add to Lake -
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man, Ga., filled his appointment at Blk It, B. I. -
.. there is much speculation over the Messrs. Oliver and Edgar Sparks, morning and evening.The Sec. 80. 11>. 5. B. K. 20 E. The said land A. M. DARBY.
Bethany church Saturday and Sun- the i-u.no. .,f.uch J. W. ANDREWS. DirectonSubeerlbed .
& matter. Piracy has been suggested, of Mounteocha, were visitors here on Baptist Sunday school crave a .being certificate aueued at In the the. date name of of J** Conner. and. sworn to .before m. tkltth
i among other things, and to us this Saturday. get together picnic at the lake Thursday day. Unlca* said cartlll.,... shall be redeemed. ..- day of July mi.ft E. KNIGHT.
,( terms the most reasonable explana- Harry Eddy, of Louise, was here afternoon.' The children were Misses Myra Parrish, Annie and cording the Stb day to .law of Auftiat tax deed A.will D. 1921.issue thereon on Notary Public.

tion. In fact In these days of robberies Saturday. carried to and from the lake in cars. Beatrice Douglass were guests of the -_-
J
,, I according to every conceivable Alfred McKinney made a business Bathing was enjoyed, and after supper Misses Mae and Gladys Duke last -- B. Z. Matthew

; t tlh plan, and the cheapness in which hu- trip to Gainesville Friday.jMrs. was served they returned to their week.F. I J. H. Williams .

I snan life is held, it would be a wonder F. T, Abernathy and daughter homes. R. Drawdy has moved his family

t if there was no piracy. In the present ., Bessie, arrived Saturday fromTampa. Mrs. J. C. Keene' was a business into the Jesse cottage near the mill. INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
Mr.- and Mrs. T. II. Rimes Misses
visitor to Waldo Friday. ,
r I European turmoil, and scarcity of all .

commodities it would be very easy to, Jf; essrs. Marvin Ogden, Dewey Mur- Misses Emma Johnson and Estelle Johnnie and Trumie church Rivers attended don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
F 1t'11 stolen cargoes of any kind, and rhee, Lee Dyal and Frank Reynolds Hobby spent the Fourth in Jackson services at Bethany Sunday.Mr. you
and Mrs. Albritton and childrenof
ville. ... on you.
no questions asked. motored to Hampton lake Friday af-
t ternoon. John Marr, of Highland, was recent Wymauma, are Visiting their mother The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the first edition of its

I l f A weird story comes from the Live L. G. Barry, of Tampa, arrived on visitor here. Mrs. Barbara Dukes. HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEJuly

11'' I Oak neighborhood. A boy and a girl Monday for a two weeks visit with his M. L. Watterson, who has been very Mrs. Amanda Gainey and son, Jesse lat carrying advertisements of millions of dollars-worth of property

I ' were drowned In Suwannee river and family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. successful this summer with his truck returned Thursday from an ex- listed for sale or exchange: throughou t the United State., Canada and Mcx-
,,' dragging failed to recover the bodies.A E. J. Murrhee. farming, motored to Stark Tuesdayand tended visit with relatives at Linden, ico. If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. Th
I bundle of fodder was then thrown purchased from 'C. Jones Orlando and Kissimmee., advertising costs you nothing on commission listings. It will be our hart

j in the water, and where It sank search RAIFORD a large quantity of cans, wherewithhe Mr. and Mrs. Bronson and son, Ran- luck if we fail to find yon a deal.

I was made, and one body was found can preserve his surplus' suppliesof ey, of Kissimmee, visited relatives
clone to the fodder. Then another bun- Raiford, July 8.-Misses Ada Register tomatoes, peas, etc,' here several days last week, return Inter-State Realty Company, Schell BuildingLAKE

dIe of fodder was thrown in the river, and Georgia Epperson, of Lake Mrs. Hester'Bones' who has been ing to their home Tuesday. UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.
BUTLER
s and it floated two miles before it sank Butler, were visiting here Monday. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wilson, of Or- ,

'. I The other body was found near the Shepard Moore was a visitor to Lake of Jacksonville, returned home Sun- lando, are visiting relatives here. - -.----. --- ----- -- --

I \' place where the fodder went down. Butler Monday morning. B. L. Duke and family, Rhett You will make" a mistake
I I Except<< for the Scriptural assertion Those who visited Kingsley lake on day.L. H. Redenbaugh was attending to Drawdy and family, P. P. Dekle and Big Reduction In Prices if order fertW
yon your
I that all flesh is grass, it is not apparent Monday were, Misses Perla Whitten, business in Starke Tuesday. family celebrated the Fourth with a lists issued.
e zer without getting our new price just Plentyof
i what affinity there can be between Loca Anderson, Cora Thompson, Vio- Dr. Biggs"; of Starke, was a profea- picnic and fish fry at Dekle's mill. Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides -
I a human body and a bundle of fodder let Mizelle; Anna Mae and Margaret 'sional visitor here this week. Messrs. H. Dowling and W. A. De

Yet, If the account Is true, It reveals Anderson, Shepard and Harley Moore, i J. P. Summers and family, of Hast kle, of Lake Butler, were guests of Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .

\ another piece of the great multitude Clarence Ritch Walter and Earl Whit- :ings, are guests of Mrs, Summers' Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle on Mon O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

of odd knowledge<< which have never ten. :mother, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan; this JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
'I) gotten Into text books. Such knowledge I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Taylor and :week. day.Ardell Drawdy, Dewey Duke and May 20th Price Lists. Nof famishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brandt"

\ should not be pooh-pooed at simply I' baby, of Jacksonville. were in town I J. D. Pry and family "left Sunday. sister Miss Mae, spent the Fourth at .
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t 'r I , because common knowledge cannot Tuesday. for Omega, Ga., where they will spend Worthington.

'4, I explain It. 'I Mrs. Mandy Conner and daughter, I several weeks with friends and rela Miss Lucille Yarnes, of Johnstown, 1
of Hastings, at'the home
were guests
; j spent the we k-end with her aunt,
I' The ,of Mr. and Mrs. G W. Anderson last tives.Mr. '
printers' strike has resurrected and Mrs. Calvin Harthne returned Mrs. P. P. Dekle.
the old-time hand compositor which week. to their home here Tuesday >
Miss,Etta Waters was the guest of
t < can be seen by reading, certain magazines Miss Loca Anderson; ,entertained a after a week's visit with Mr. Dunlapand Misses Proctor, Dekle and Varnes on
\ where an occasional high! space I number of friends with a card,party family, of Lake Butler. Saturday.P. .

i< -' and letter turned upside down, show I' Friday evening in honor of her cousin, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan returned to P. Dekle was a visitor to Lake USrdsd

that movable types were used. Like Miss Leila Mae Conner, of Hastings. her home Sunday, after a visit with Butler Thursday.

one of Poo's characters, the old typo Music and Rook were the chief amuse her son, Cleveland, of Theresas. Marcus Dekle and T. J. Dukes spent

I : i had considered himself dead-and life ments. Those present were Misses Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a pro- Friday Brooker.G. I

wasn't worth living, anyway, without Loca Johnson, Perla Whitten, Edna fessional visitor here Tuesday.Mrs. D. Fairclotti and Joe Green spent
1 booze and with.those blamed typesetting Roberts, Lora, Anna Mae and Margaret M. L .Watterson had as her Thursday here fishing.

i' I machines. It may be easier to Anderson, Evelyn Luck, Willie !guest Tuesday, Mrs. W. E. Baker, of
1 imagine than describe, how one who McCormick, Messrs E Shepard=; and liar- Brooklyn. LAKE BUTLER

{:. : had of late years been looked on as a ley Moore, Lacy Canon, Avery Tison, Mr. lleiberger, of Brooklyn, was a

t ' 1 joke, felt when all of II sudden he wa Tate Denmark, Clarence' Ritch, WaIter business visitor here Monday. Lake Butler, July 8.-Wil hire
I'' \ kotowed to by anxious publishers offered Whitten. Riley Wasdln of Graham attending
was Brooks, of Providence, motored to
R t I t a ride In a first-clase conch instead Messrs. Roy Summers and Boyd, of to business here Saturday. Lake Butler Tuesday.The .

b I of in a flat-whwlod :freight car, Sanderson, were visitors here Wed Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa, is body of John D. Kellum, the 2 r., 1{7yN. .l

: .' I and ,given! more money in a single nesday. the guest of friends and relatives In year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
: '' week than he had ever accumulated In Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews, Mr. town this week.J. Kellum, was brought to Lake Butler

11l ; ; I all his wandering life. He will soonstrike and Mrs. R. F. Roberts, of Live Oak, H. Saxon has been making some from Miami Tuesday morning and the

,,. 1( a : ,I. because he is making too much Mrs. J. T. Nelson and daughter, Edna improvements on his dwelling house. funeral was held at the home of Mr.

: I If k .,) I money. This sudden and short-lived Roberts, were visitors to the state The ,Fourth of July was very quietly and Mrs. M. L. McKinney by Rev.

;, y ( ,prosperity In after years give rise prison farm Wednesday morning.Mr. ;\. spent here. I W. C. Armstrong, after which the Put it to anyPower
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4 l 1 !l ) to some, tall stories of fabulous! wages Stevens and son, Bishop, of Mrs. J. S. Buse was a business visitor I remains were laid to rest at Dekle
I earned during e.the siriKe," when the Ocala.- were_- tmsin- ____.n..*a vlaltnra here .AH... to Galnesvllle..Tuesday.M . ,cemetery. Task
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4 f 4 old typos meet by the camp fire, while Tuesday.W. Among those attending the funeral

L the mulligan is stewing in the tomato II. Andrews spent Tuesday in R I were, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kato, of

ran.V Starke. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Willard While the Fordson Tractor has powerin
ti \, Miss Thelma Brown, of the state Miller, July 8.-S. F. Coker, of
d Parker, of New River. plenty to drag plows and harrows
GRAHAM prison farm was in town Tuesday af Jacksonville, visited relatives in this
., ternoon. section Sunday and Monday. DOBSON through the heaviest soil it is light

..1 ,, ': i '' Graham, July 8.-Alvln Wasdin, of Miss Eva Futch of Lawtey, was T. H. Rimes made a business trip -, enough small enough and so easily

f 1 flew Orleans, is home visiting his par- visiting Miss Loca Johnson during the to Gainesville recently.The Dobson, July 8.-M., H. Hurst and controlled that it can handily be put to

"f 1 ents.Dr. past week. people of this section attendedthe son, Judson, made a business trip to many tasks about the farm, that will

n fur > Middleton of Starke, was a business Ray Wilson, of St. Augustine, was Fourth of July celebration at Lake Butler Saturday.. save you time, money and work.

visitor here Tuesday. visiting friends here during the week, Worthington Monday. G. W. Hurst and daughter, Lossie,
1 i Messrs. Math and Alvin Wasdin were Earl Whitten was a visitor to Jacksonville Munson Edwards, of Worthington, were in Lake Butler Saturday. In fact the Fordson will do every power
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business visitors to Gainesville first Friday. was in*this section Sunday. Wilson Richardson, of Sampson, job,both draw-bar and belt,more quick.

; of the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Roberts, of Live Miss Estelle Rosenberg, of Lake was the week-end guest of A. J. Staf- ly and at less cost than it can be done
n
# Rev. Charley Smith made a business : Oak, were visiting at the home of Mr. Butler, was the guest of Miss Carrie
v i , with other form
A trip to Waldo Tuesday. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews Tuesday and Belle Brown Sunday.Dr. ford.Claude Alford of Olustee attended any of power. So every

1 Messrs. Marvin Ogden, Dewey Mur- Wednesday. J. M. Mann,of Lak. Butler, wasa services here Sunday. month the whole year'round the always 7

rhee and Truby Dyal motored over tog II. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a profl'Bslonal.Tlsltor here last week.N. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark, of dependable Fordson will prove itself a

Hampton Wednesday on business. visitor here Wednesday. II. Stokes was a business visitor Jacksonville, are spending the week, paying investment, because of its capabilities

t Messrs. Chculey Fogg and Alvin Mrs. J. C. Jonch and little son, Bily to Gainesville Monday., with her' mother. Mrs. S. E. Shaw. its economy and efficiency. 1

f, ,+ Wasdin were business visitors to the Clifford, left Wednesday for New Algar'Thomas, who is employed at W. M. D. Hunt attended the picnicat .,
ti,1 j county seat Thursday. Smyrna, where they will visit Dr. and the bank in Winter Garden, visited Sapp Saturday. We will gladly explain and demonstrate

E. J. Murrhoe is visiting his family Mrs. W. W. Farnell. homefolks Sunday. Johnnie Hurst attended services at to you the many Fordson moneymaking -
from Ocoee. Earl Whitten was a visitor to Law- Wilbur Brown and sisters, Misses Mann S nday.
time-saving features. writeor
Call
t', , O. W. Dyal! was a business visitor Wednesday afternoon. Mabel and Pearl, attended the pilau

; to Starke Friday. I Miss Love Cason of Jacksonville, at Providence Saturday night.D. Rig Sale now on at Stember 's. phone.

E. J. Murrhee and son, K. B., were arrived Friday night to spend the L. Clyatt was a business visitor -'

1' business visitors to Sampson Satur- Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. to Lake Butler.Thursday. It is fortunate that great minds do ..

w r f day.John C. Canon.Miss 0.. L. Mizelle, of Worthington, was not run in the same channel. Scrambled -

McKinney .of Sampson, was Cora Thompson, of Jacksonville in this section last week. brains might become tiresome as

s, i here on business Saturday. spent the Fourth here with relatives Mrs. H. S. Miller was shopping, in a steady diet. $625
'Will Jones was a business visitor and friends. Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. I.w s.DeenarJ

t to Sampson Wednesday W. II. Andrews and Brady Rosier J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler visited They say honesty wine its own reward -

Messrs. Henry Padgett and Frank were visitors to Heilbronn\ Springs on her parents, Mr. and !\frl!. Roland but too often it draws the

t Reynolds left Saturday for Georgia, Sunday afternoon Thomas, Sunday. booby.

t where they will visit relatives and Raleigh;\ Bielling! ..uif Providence, ---- -
BANK STATEMENT:
; friends. Mrs Essie Short was in this community Sunday after- Rport of th. condition of the Bradford
Mrs. Browning and grandson, Leroy : .nuntr Bank at Stark. In th. Slat of Flor
; t noon.Mrs. ida. .t the" elu.. of iNinliMaa Jun. SO. 121.RMHma .
? r spent the week-end with her THE DIVINE FAITH DOCTOR O. B. Clarke and son, Albert,
AH\ other" loan and __j daughter, Mrs. Prevatt. Who can cure the following diseasesor of Ellisville passed through here Mon *, - .____._-___...__ .n_. 4"4,11
: i Calhoun Barry, of Tampa, spent complaints without line of any med.' day. United SUM" bomb __.___.___ 18, 50.00Btau
_ 'i Saturday with his parents, Mr. and cine or herbs:. Rheumatism Toothache I I .Johnnie Ward, of Providence, was county of other and public municipal eervb...bond corpora_. 1,000.00Bontfa
Sick Headache, Kidney and Liver lions1051ST
Mrs. J. C. in this section
Tuesday.
Barry. Troubles, Dropay. Burns, Stop the Other I bond"* ...______-_______ 16000
Fate Prevatt filled his appointment (loud, and gives Luck Glasses.<< Cure B, E. Brown made a business tripto Stock. of coruoratlimi ............. COO,00Banking
) at Sapp Saturday and Sunday. any pains that trouble the human Lake Butler one day; past. house furniture.. lUlur--, H.000.00The

O. W. Dyal and son, Truby, were, body. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Black well, of Quinine Vumt Dot Not Attest The 11ecd'

visitors to Sampson Thursday on bus Whose Residence' Is stSTARKE Jacksonville, are, visiting relatives in B iness.ElleVy.. this section. I : BROMO QUININE' (T b'ct' .} can to h k. ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE liT9I -
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A. W. Anderson killed afoot alligator I Gocdbread, of Jacksonville. -

at Truby'a landing on-IUngs-

ley lake last Thursday. The gator Messrs. Allan Canova and George i t'
GENERAL if
Bits of LocalInformation had been in a habit of coming thereto Lin ton, of Jacksonville, were! weekend INSURANCE .

get' the fish offal left by anglers. guests fo Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ca i
HAROLD I
C. WALL
Mr. Anderson's !gun 'was loaded with nova

only No. 8 shot, but two dose of them PAGET- RF.1t 9
shattered the head of the saurian. Mrs. F. A. Scott visited friends in STARKE FLORIDA --- -

n"M.I 0_ P_.... 1t_*...*. ee4 - Jacksonville Tuesday.
t : s rNtI11M C._. rr1 T.w' Big Sale now on at Steinberg's. FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. of 't8 {

I Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones have Tampa, were guests of Miss Kate

I moved here from Sanford, and have Livingston! for the week-end, return- -
C L. Peek spent Monday in Jack. Mr.
and Mrs.
Truby ---I
bought the residence owned
children property Ing to Tampa Wednesday morning. e
sonville. of Marianna, are guests by Mrs. 1:. W. Stewart on South street t et

| his mother, Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee, on Mr. and Mrs. Jones formerly-lived in New sweet potatoes wanted. J. 'P.Kickliter .
Kickliter\
Jim : spending several
Thompson street Starke, and after living elsewhere decided It. I
weeks in Palatka. A With A Fortune '
666 cures Malarial Fever. to return here and buy a home. THERESSA Boy ,

Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.
Rnb-My-Tism care sore. -
Misses Lucy and Mary Dickert, of Thereana, July 8.-Mr. and Mrs. T. A boy with a fortune U the boy who has i is -
Mrs. T. P. Wall is in HendersonvilltJf. Live Oak, have returned to their home
her mother.J. after visit The shower now prevailing have B. Triest were transacting business in one hundred dollar that he himself has n
C., visiting a with their sister, Mrs. R. sav
put new life into all vegetation. Shipments Gainesville Saturday returning home i-
D. Bass, on N. Cherry street. of sweet corn are again large Sunday afternoon. ed. His fortune[consists not alone of the

C. Crosby is at home again after and Crowder sent off in f
cow peas are Lee Youngblood and Walton money saved--and what boy with a hundred I
Judge A. V. Long and son, ,
a lengthy business trip to Cuba. son, Gus, large quantities, mostly by C. A. Dur-
motored from Palatka,Sunday to visit ling. Large consignments of sweet of Graham, were visitor here Wed dollars would not feel Iik. a millionaire

666 Cures Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. Mrs. Long!:, who i I. spending ten nesday. at
daysat potato vines are made daily by N. B. Mrs. A. F. Commander I but of a valuable lesson learned. I kNot
Kingrsley lake. Hull. spent several -
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Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews were visitors days recently in Jacksonville with only ha he experienced the thrill of i .' '" "

to the metropolis Tuesday. Big Sale now on at Sternberg's. friends. "'" ,.
I Big Sale now on at Sternber .. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard were possession, but he has caught the thrift habit.

Jerry Wills, of Tampa, was visiting days Miss Vivirette Floyd spent several Deputy Clerk C. A. Knight has had transacting businea sin Starke Saturday he has learned to do without useless things. $
recently in Jacksonville '
relatives in Starke Monday. Miss Nannie Howell, at the Lenox visiting hotel his good right hand bandaged" lately."What's Messrs. T. B. Triest, John Hall, He no longer squanders his money. He has
the matter with it he .
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Big Sale now on at Sternberg's and Miss Lucile Tatum. asked by his friends. "Wrist sprained was- 'Hugh Norton, C. A. Youngblood andp better judgment of value He is doubtless \ !

Carl Johns ," was the answer. "Why don't you M. Geiger were visitors to Hampton a far better boy.' u
Herbert Ritch, Joe Friday.
A. O. Andreu, of Gainesville, was get a self-starter was the next n' I
the first of Wainwright, William Struth, George Frank Geiger, of Waldo, was a visItor
in Starke the week.
White, Marcus Brown and Carl question. But Mr. Knight did not ln-: here Sunday afternoon. Has your boy .t rt eia Jo save yet? If he'i i ;

Hon. A. D. Andrews was among the Knight spent the Fourth at Pablo. It lure: was his done wrist in by a cranking wrestling a with"Little.big Mrs. W. M. Phillips and little son, has not, there is no better time to teach him '1: ..

Raiford visitors to Starke Monday. watermelons last Thursday. left Sunday for their home in South to begin than now.-at this Bank. ; :
Misses
Iris Epperson, Ella Wood- Florida. She was joined In Palatkaby ,
world rough, Iris/Knight and Messrs. Harold her husband. 1
The owes a man only that 666 cure Biliousness :
which be is able to collectA Wall, Raiford and Willie Epperson Miss Ida Hagan: was a visitor to
motored to Gainesville on the Fourth Palatka Sunday. BANK OF STARKE ': .
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe McLane had a*
cackle does not always mean an and took in the big ball game.RabM.Ti.m guests Monday evening at their cottage Messrs. G. M. Bennett, Blanton Ows- !t

egg. It often produces! scandal. at Kingsley lake, Mr. and Mrs. ley Charlie Phillips, John Hall, Cal 'r
STARKE FLORIDA
for rheumatism W. C. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson vin Triest, Arthur Bennett and Ben '1
Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.Some Hall were the visitors to I
; among
Misses Dekle
and
Mrs. C. W. Liddon has gone to lien.I Margaret Margaret Under State 'i! ''"
SupervisionE. !
I dersonville Long, Messrs. Powell)] CarpenterKirk Hampton Saturday afternoon.
N. C.
to spend the rest of
people never stop to count the
Lewis Mr., anti Mrs. J. P. Summers and
cost. It is easier not to pay. the: summer. She was accompaniedby Wm. Wainwright, Willie "
her daughter, Mrs. Philip Bailey, Epperson, Misses Iris Knight, of Dun I children Ruby and Carlos, of Lar- S. Matthew, Pre. G. C. White Cashier .: 3 1

Joe Wainwright William Struth and children, of Camilla, Ga. nellon)) Ella Woodrough, of kina, arrived here last week for a fewdayavisit !\\or.;
and Billie McCormick of Pa1atka'i and at Hampton with relatives -
spent the past week camping at the Ii1n
and friends. They made the
lake. Mrs. E. P. Ottwell
of Palm Beach,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. L. : Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.The fcrip by auto. ,
Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children Peek. Miss Demaris Wilson, of Jacksonville I I Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Hampton i 1I\lftlIIIIIIII\IIfIIIIIIIII1.m.\ ..... "'rN> ) A.
Fourth in Starke was quiet. The visited relatives! here during the'
spent several days of this week in is also a guest of her aunt, r..
chautauqua held some time ago absorbed weekend.Mr. tf
Jacksonville visiting: relatives. Mrs. Peek.
the festivities we usually haveon and Mrs. C. J. Herrington spent

this great national holiday. Owingto a few days recently in Palatka with
666 Chills and Fever.
cures lMICHELINhas
Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Bass are visiting the day being the first Monday of relatives, taking in the Fourth.

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sweat motoredto relatives in Live Oak and Gaines the month, and tax sale day, many Miss Entelle Woodard was a visitor
ville. Mr. Bass
is employed by the visitors were here in the forenoon but to Hampton Saturday afternoon.
last
Micanopy week on a business I
trip. Seaboard Air Line and he is now enjoying quickly left as soon as their transac- Johnnie Williamson, of Jennings, overcome -the commonest '1
well
a earned vacation. tions were finished. Our people spent was the guest t\t friends here Sunday

the day in Jacksonville or at Kln .sand Monday. causas of'tlnz trouble .

next The Wednesday Woman's Club afternoon will meet at at 4:30 the: : I Big Sale now on at Sternber 'II. ley lake, very few staying at home. Mrs.M. Z. Sullivan and children, of ,

Methodist church. Mrs. A. V. Long: and daughter: Annie Miami, were visiting relatives and .. .
I Frank Fowler, a boy who formerly friends here a few days during last I'W a'Ig
Mrs Weldon Henley and children, i
lived in Starke in town week. MISFIT TUBES : f
was Fridayto
w
-vn* Bilious Fever. Miss Frances and Weldon, Jr., of Pa- ,:
see his old home town again. Frank Master Percy Wocxlard spent the *
latka, are spending the week at the i
Miss Ella Woodrough, of Palatka, i is I Richard cottage on Kingsley lake. was sent from here to the industrial week-end and the first of the week \; .
visiting Miss Elizabeth Brownlee and I school at Marianna a little over two at Sampson City with relatives. to t

Miss Margaret Long. Rub-MyTism kill. infection. years ago. His conduct there was The farmers of our section have! Ordinary tube are simply straight piece of
very good and he learned the shop- been taking advantage of the rainy

Jack Wainwright, of Gainesville, Gen. and !Mm.\ N. A, Blitch, who maker's trade. On his discharge he: weather and, setting out sweet pota tubing which must be forced by inflation into .1uiso. ,

spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.E. have been here for several weeks at< was given a situation at the school to toes.C.. the ring shape of the casing. ,4 th E a v'

J. Wainwright.Big the home of their daughter( Mrs. J. E. teach the trade to other boys. lie now A. neck, of Hampton, was a visItor I l
Futch, returned to their home in Tallahassee has vacation, and from here he wentto here Sunday. This result in wrinkle which in turn lead to :Morn;

Sale now on at Sternberg's. Thursday. I'lant City to visit his father. Rev. Elliott Williams, of Starke pinched and torn tubes. fill,
will fill his regular appointment at \,

W. E. Wainwright, of the western Mrs. D. C. Jones and children Elise Dig Sale now on at Sternberg's. the Christian church Saturday night, i"

portion of Union county, had businessin and Arthur Darby, went to Jacksonville Sunday morning and evening. Michelin Tube, on the other hand, are made } at

Starke Monday. last week to visit relatives and The Missionary society of the Methodist Mrs. S. B. Woodard went to Graham ring-shaped like the inside of the casing itself, 1 1, 1 1 ,

attend the big celebration connected church will meet next .Monday Wednesday to be at the bedside and hence fit perfectly without wrinkling or bande \ ."

W J, Epperson and family are located with opening the new bridge. afternoon at 4:30: at the church. of ,her sister, who is quite ill. stretching. Naturally Michelin Tube last long i.11 ,dt .

very pleasantly In the Davis i
cottage at Kingsley lake. The sweetest watermelons broughtto Whippoorwill, Clay, Iron and Crow NOTICE er. Let u* how you the difference in shape .f I

town this season, were grown by der Peas, at Kickliter's.; It and wearing qualities between Michelin and ,'rea /

666 Cures a Cold quickly. Postmaster J. W. Alvarez on his farm The registration book of the town all other makes.SMITH'S. I'
Starke 1/
the
people enjoying
southwest of Starke. The soil there delightsof of Starke will be open from July 13th ) I'
Owen Griffin is in Jacksonville visitIng Is well suited to melons. a stay at Kingsley lake include the to 13th
peculiarly August 1921, for the registration r > '
at families of J. H. Ritch, J. F. Kickliter fnd
the home of his uncle, W. J. of electors.

Griffin, and other relatives. Dig Sale now on at Sternberg's.Col. 'Inman., E. S. Matthews, and George M C. A, FUTCH, GARAGE ;f .1

I Registration Officer Town of Starke.
Levy Canova, of Jacksonville, spent I W. T. Weeks is the latest to 7-8-2t ,
the week-end with his parents, Mr. follow the Telegraph's advice about Augustus Beasley, center fielder for STARKE FLORIDA I' ''ru
and Mrs. E. E. Canova. "- ditching along the fences. This cuts the Tampa baseball team spent a CHURCH CELEBRATIONThe .i ,
Few days of the week with relatives u' \ ; 1 o>> :ti."
off the roots of the trees outside, BO a '

Big Sale now on at Sternberg's that they cannot rob the plants In side In Starke.J. members of the Church of Jesus 1 II mu......_.. ._..._."\UlIIIIKIJGHI2IIfllll! l DamIIII XIIIIIII IQRVflHRDCDflRDD ;'I';i .;(;:1

the fences of fertilizer and moisture.J. Christ of Latter Day Saints will\ .
Mrs. J. J. Smith has a"visitor this E. Pace and family, of Jackson- celebrate Pioneers' Day at Oak Grove . .. J
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F. Colley spent last week traveling church, Union county, Florida. July I -- 4
Portsmouth, Va. In Mouth Florida. stopping At OrLando Darby cottage, Kingsley lake. Theyare 23rd. Everybody' invited to come and I --
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i : T ;':;pak; a d-, Bartow and. delighted with Starke' summer enjoy a basket picnic. Lumber Prices Reach Low LevelYou

Miss Iris Knight, of Dunnellon, is Mulberry. At the last named plaC'eI I resort. JOHN Jr BLACKWELDER.

visiting Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson he visited his brother, W. A. Colley,
at Kingsley lake for a few weeks. and family. Mrs. S. T. Dell and children and! buy direct from mills and I
Mrs. J. M. Dell and children, of can now our save) $ 1 10

Mrs. Alice Langford, of Alachua, Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Gainesville, are enjoying; a stay at PENTAWIUCOLUMN to $ 15 per thousand on your complete house bills. r
spent the week-end with her mother, the Weeks cottage on Kingsley lake.

Mrs. E. J. Wainwright. Marvin Brown, the young man who I I Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Miss
was killed in an automobile collision Weller and J. J. Truby have returned and let us quote prices delivered and
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez returned home at Pablo Beach Monday, was, we understand save you

Saturday evening after spending a a nephew of Mrs. Lorenzo to town after spendingvieveral weeks' from 150.00 to $500.00 on your building. ,+r
week in Jacksonville with friends. Green, of this city. at the Truby cottage Kingsley lake.Chickens FOR SALE-A bargain In a Ford car r

u Good condition. Quigley OverlandCo. o ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW \.
Big and eggs wanted. J. F. ., Starke. 7-1-tf. PINE
Sale
now on at Sternberg's. Big Sale now on at Sternberg's.
Kickliter. It.

Mr and Mrs. W. A. Bishop motoredto Chief Silas Kite has a pumpkin vine f FOR RENT-Two furnished cottages THE PERRY LUMBER
at Klnrsley lake. Mrs. E. E. Ca- COMPANY I
Green Cove Springs Friday and in his garden between Church and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and family .

Spent several days with her parents, Cherry streets, which has a spread, of Jacksonvile, spent the week. nova, Starke. 712t. PERRY, FLORIDA

Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt. in one direction, of 75 feet. He has end at the Adkins cottage on Kingaylake. }o'on' SALE-One Poland-China BOW, I j
23 <- They had a. a guest, Dr. thoroughbred, and four pigs. Price
already gathered! from it large ripe
J. H. Ritch and family spent Sun pumpkins and the vine still holds $50. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson, Dressed Framing, $28; Flooring $28; Ceiling, $18;

day and Monday in'St. Augustine visiting many green ones. *To Stop a Cough Quick Fla. 7-l-4t I Siding, $18; Lath, $5.

relatives making the trip by automobile. I' .- ake HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a FOR SALE -Young single comb
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin had as couch: medicine which stop the cough by Rhode Island Red hens, heavy layer FREIGHT PREPAID
irritated .
the Inflamed and Usaua
recent' visitors: A. G. Dyal and daughter healing *, good color, $2 per head or t5 I j
.A box: of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE trio. Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, l
Hairs Catarrh Medicine Miss Marie Dyal, of Jacksonville SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Cold and per Lawtey, Fla. 6-24-4t . ,
no'l'bois who are 1 In a "rw down" eonfll- Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Holstein and son, Croup Is endow with every bottle of .
.: will I nolle that Catarrh bothers HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve .
them Gainesville Mrs. C. M. Mc- ------ --- - -
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P. want -
much more than whan they are In B. lady or gentleman --- -- --
tend Catarrh' h.alth. This m'tt f t I. a local dl........ It la 5reatlr children suffering from a Cold or Croup.. of an
I nll..nr"d HALI/B. by oon.tltWlonal, nondltwn.. of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. The beeline affect of Ita...... HMltail. Honor 1 In- Watkins Products in Starke and check'on immigration or the ad. lIther war In the near futur. J
J) Tonic and CATARRH MEDICINE, !: Minnirh i I' Dyad.-of Tampa. ride.tin threat eoroMaml with the hMlluil" snort of other vacant towns. A big opportunity vancJng horde will be pushing up Into,
Blood Itiriflar mul a..l.
Urn**a O-Pu-Tnu ttafcra Uirattb cti* pan of
, the for hustler. Write today
:: blond upon th. muenu..ndnres of ti.akin won amen a-'>. any the Pacific.
, the
'n. bode thus diK-lnir> the Inflammation Colds Cause Grip and Influenza Bulb tvnwdlM. era"Id"la on*mites. and. UMCOM for free sample and free particular Piles Cured In 6 to 14 D.yeDmeelaa ,
All JI rwrtorln normal( Condition... LAXATIVE BROMO! QUININE) T.bUu remove the>> Of the RXnMoed MMOMOt M I5c. f of our wonderful offer. J. R. Watkins .. refund. m.uwy If PAZ eiNMrNT rolls ,,
*".17 C6eaer 4k Co nToledo, Ohio. um ,hero l. only men "...'..- Oa"""'..' .Jut ask your dratftflat for HAVES' Co., 65 Memphis, Tenn. The number of prize fighters( that t.turn hchlWDII"behne, ow Pr.srsalnlPea.
:S..W GKGV3; :;S e<"'.".'.. <" >I Jxo& ::110. HEALING: HONEY. 6-17-M are springing up lead one to suspect 'Inn.nIH..' .....rollevea YahetthsW.toYYlld.tbu.hchlo Pae..nd., "Pf4.t.cant' .

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i t s SIX BRADFORD COl/N'TT TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY", JULY. 1921.

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(\der the half mil!-tax averaged $185- ,its added to the Income to be derived '''''the next r legislature may see fit to

Bradford; '000 a year, it is evident that should J from the quarter mill tax, it will give make an adequate appropriation

r'ItllH' 1- County Farmers J the activities of the state board of I I a total for the next two years of approximately ,I I i i I: The present board will take advan-

I health have been cobtinued on the old $264,000 or a yearly av- tage of every opportunity for assis.

,' {basis it would have been necessary to ,erage of 132000. ; tance offered by the United States

I. COTTON CROP SMALLEST IX our mistake. The cow that must remain He will take his seat about October I dip into the surplus to carry on the i. It goes without saying that to keep (I,i public health service and other servi'ecu .

YEARS outside In cold: rains or" chilly tat ,'work since the expenditure wouldhave j the expenditures within, this amount ,' by individuals, societies and or.
breezes much 'of her feed to Although elected president from I and will do all
In
requires (I exceeded the total income under It is, and has been, necessary to curtail i|I i ganizations! : Ita
F,! \ I Washington, July 1.-It is entlmatcd keep her body warm, and will produce Ohio, the chief justice will be accredited the half mill assessment. the present work and, further, j i i'power to assist in any way possible

1 i I that the cotton crop for the present much less milk as a result. At the to Connecticut as chief justice Should the present board attemptto that promotion of new activities at.i I'any worthy local movement instituted

i year will be about f five million bale other extreme it Ii quite likely thaton he having made New Haven his carry on the work as in progress state expense is impossible. !I land financed by counties or communi.

Jess than 1920 the smallest crop since hot summer days the cow needs the legal residence since leaving the during the first five months of 1921, 'ties.
Jt It is evident that the members of)
'j'I"" 1805, the department of agriculture protection of a shed roof or of heavy White Houae.Confirmation. i it would spend more than twice as misinformed i i RAYMOND; C. TURCK.

f ,, I announced today. The acreage planted shade trees. of Judge Taft was not j I much as Its income under the quarter the last legislature were __ ___-
the State
to cotton, which it 28.4 or 10,524,000 The shed barn is one of the greatest without opposition. Senators Borah, mill assessment. as to the needs inconceivable of board j! Beauty Is never skin deep. The other
health. It
of is
s i "I I acres les than last year, Ie the small' : aids to saving all the manure from the Johnson, LaFolIette and Watson, of So far the side wouldn't look at all attrac
as reputed 100,000
saving fair minded body of men having any j
I II' herd. At small it can be Georgia, voted against the nominationand
I tit since ISOrt. The condition of the expense
f f. is concerned' shown the tive.
[ : as by pub- knowledge at all of the immense economic :
thus utilized in the according to Senators
properly built and reports,
r I growing. crop of 69.2 on June 25th, is lished. reports of the retiring board of value of modern health work
I I building of the fertility of the Borah and Johnson expressed criticism
that date. up .
1 the lowest ever reported on I' farm. of Mr. Taft's capacity for the health as well as the book in the au and of the crying need of this state I They say honesty wins its own reward -
The presence, of the boll weevil In' ditor's office) the retiring board start- ,'enerealdille..e
position. The roll call was 60 to 4 for along that line, especially in but too often It draws the
I large numbers, together with e fertilizer confirmation. ed in on January 1, 1919, with an control, malaria eradication booby.
DAIRYING IX FLORIDA
I shortage and unsatUflictoryprice Senators Borah and Johnson are available cash balance of (50,405.69, and child welfare, would have cut I

l is the cause of the abandonment Dairying in Florida has not reached 'said' to have led the fight In opposi- and they ended on* June 1, 1921, witha I down the appropriation to a point l j We note, however, that there has
of the cotton
crop. the of greatest development and tion on the floor while Senators Knox, cash balance of 82972.15, from where the functioning of the state been no reduction in the price of post-
point which must be deducted the board of health' is seriously hampered,
amount
and
Kellogg and Willis assumed leader age stamps marriage licenses.
that will not be reached until
point
y" SELL
CURED SWEET POTATOES
"; tv ship of those favoring confirmation. owing on the uncompleted contractfor unless they were misinformed.
the feeding and care of dairy
WELL proper
animals is understood and practiced.Both Several Southern senators, including the laboratory building under Owing to the actual lack of funds, I It (isn't always the cost of a thing

I" .i are factors In upbuilding the industry Underwood of Alabama, the minority construction in West Palm Beach, approximately the State board of health must necessarily that bothers us. It is the price we
That curing of sweet potatoes to of leader, were active in supporting the $13,950, leaving an avail- mark time and must curtail the have to pay.
being as great
one perhaps
I prevent spoilage i" very profitable,I It ; nomination. Mr. Underwood was said able cash balance of $69,022.15. It Is work of the vitally essential bureausof
the other. Without the
r Jt t! certain fuels and figures stated in the Importance as evident therefore, that there vital statistics
and all to have declared that the nominee was was a sanitary engineering, Great men are privileged to
care management results swear
; weekly new letter of June 22, published proper "beloved of the South." saving, during the period from Jan- and diagnostic laboratories, and
with Others
obtained by good feeding impunity. are content to
may
,, t by the United States depart- 1, 1919 to June 1 1921 of but
,
\ pt'ove'' be lost. Southern senators, it was reported, uary can only hope to, in a very restricted do so with their mouths.
"n>ent of agriculture, abundantly,
wTih the exception of Mr. Watson of $18,616.46. manner,,.keep_alive the bureaus of
Florida ,
: A few years ago dairy cows .
first of the
For instance the
r
car cured -
264.4 Georgia, were solidly behind the Without going into further detail, child welfare and venereal disease,
averaged during the year gal ap
ti I potatoes shipped by a curinjr company lons. This indicates that the maJor- pointment. Senator Smith, of South it is apparent: First, that the average and so far as is in its power to do so, No Worms la a Healthy: Child
of farmers in an Arkansas county All children troubled with Worm have .
the do not Carolina, it was stated, discussed the expense of the state board of health, to make sanitary surveys of different an unhwlchyoolot.
from their recently built plant, ity of dairy cows in state .which Indicate poor blood and a.a
not counting $40,000 expended for the localities, to promote local health ac- there I leu stomach .
w) bushel whereas when produce enough; milk to pay for their race question, commending Mr. Taft rule. more or dtuurb.we.cpovrs
brought $1.50 a for refusing to appoint but white,, laboratory at West Palm Beach, for tivities in the various counties and TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC glmo" nuUrly -
first dug they could have been sold on feed. The methods by which the standard any foe twos rhea week will enrich the blood
of production can be raised and : men to office) in South) Carolina. the'' past three years approximates communities, to educate the people Improve the dltettkm.and sass a general atrenat b-
.
the local market for and
only fifty enlog Tonic to the whole lyetem. Nature will then
$165,000 per year. Second, providedthat along sanitary and hygienic lines and
I dlxty cents a bushel. Less than two the quality of milk improved deserve throw off or dispel the worm,and tbeChlld will be
4 careful consideration. Unquestionably STATE BOARD OF HEALTH the entire surplus now on hand as to the needs of the state so that ID perfect teaJtlu Pleatant. to take.. no PH boule
'r
i per cent of the potatoes were found to
.1 be damaged. improvement can be made.
I Milk and cream just as good and Statement' of Incoming Health OfficerAs
,; 1 In one Louisiana parish 1,100 barrels
to Status of Board
as that in other state can be
I of kiln-dried sweet potatoes sold pure any ,

at $4.50 barrel. Another in produced In Florida, although some
t
a
man
HEILBRONN MINERAL WATER COMPANY Inc.
I Upon assuming the duties of State
I' : that parish whose potatoes were not contend that our warm climate is not ,
i Health Officer June 21st I found
I 1.: I cured was able to Ret only $3 a bar conducive to producing milk of good on CAPITAL $50,000OWNER
that the new board of health had felt
r quality. It should be remembered, in
ref for them. The man who sold the '
: obliged to curtail the work of the OF
,''j I first lot at such a rood price remark this connection, that sunshine is one
of) the bent disinfectants to be had State Board of health to the extent of
'" ed after the sale, "no more cotton THE FAMOUS HEILBRONN SPRINGS
." for me." Kiln drying had enabled him and, also, that sand Is an excellent fll- abolishing many future activities, including -
the establishment of branch ST RKE FLA.
n\ to procure a price 160 per cent over terer. Florida has her share of both ,
r sunshine and sand. This means there laboratories, the practical abolishment -
: the local market price. Other instances
y i -
of the two highly bureaus MR. READER-THIS MEANS YOU.
necessary
/1 are given of the profit derived should be no dirty, unsanitary barn
t from curing the sweet lots. Our mild climate and the abundance of Child Welfare and Venereal
; potato.
of sunshine that do Disease Control, and also to curtail To Citizen of Bradford '
means )
i, f The Southern sweet potato is such cows every County:
not have to be kept in the barn from the work of the vitally important bureaus -
I a luscious product when )kept few
II 'I. i\ weeks after digging, or when a artifl- three to five months of the year, but of sanitary engineering; vital Why do some sections of Florida grow and thrive rapidly whir other

ill} that they can be In the ) practically statistics and diagnostic laboratories .
; ; I cally cured, that it would long ago open sections stand still?
I for the reason that the legislature had
day. This mean healthy
+ Lit P have been widely famous if it were every
t1 '' I not for the fatal defect of being so cows, alone an Important consideration. cut the appropriation for the state Answer: Because the rapidly growing have live, wide-awake
board of health from one-half mill to :
J'' very perishable in its natural I
U It Yet it ii so easy to rive it the auali. -
As the result of the action of the mand.
FAILURE OP. I
tty of being long resistant to deco y SWINE TO REPRODUCE -

1. j merely by sweating the water out of f CAUSE SERIOUS LOSSES I desk board of in the retrenchment state health, I officer found piled the Unless the people wake up and make a SUPREME effort at the right

) I it slowly that it seems strange thatj' t. '
high with just protests against the time natural' avail nothing.
Southern farmers do not seize eagerl)> Failure in the ability or desire of resources

l ; : upon this mean. of so vastly improving swine to reproduce may be caused by / protests Abolishment! based of on desirable information activities, Motor Cars are registered by their horse power. Every citizen above
promulgated
of several conditions. It
any
: j the tuber. Wherever introduced may result -
j' by the retiring board of addressed should be motor behind this Natural Resource-each
I the demand grows rapidly for the cured from a disease or" injury that a furnishingall

I I potato. seriously affects or destroys the secre I health to the effect that the state the horse-power possible, for the purpose of creating one GIANT MO-
board of health would have ample
ii"j I It is so easily grown, the yield per tory reproductive organs. It may be
TOR with sufficient
this
: i j acre In no great, that at $4.50 a barrel caused by improper functioning of the funds to continue present operations ; power to develop wonderful resourceHeilbronnMineral

t system, which In Is often and to promote new work.I Springs.
or at anything near that figure. turn
kt brought about by unsuitable feed quote a paragraph from a letter
It should be one of the most profitable or
d of Southern crops It seems to do faulty elimination of waste products, from Mr. W. L. Tilden, president of Heilbronn Springs are the greatest NATURAL RESOURCE we havein

or it be due to lowering the Orlando chamber of commerce, regarding this of Florida.
general
particularly well in the light sandy may a part

i oils which prevail in most of the of body vitality. highly desirable the opening branch of laboratory a new and in The Poland Spring of Maine and the Bethesda Spring of Wisconsin
i There also of ,
r coastal plain of the Atlantic and the are cases sterility or ..
t I Gulf, but apparently will grow in any impotence for which definite causes Orlando. would never have been the largest shippers of Mineral Waters in the United
are difficult to find. Failure to breed "We are reliably Informed by the
soil. quite frequently occur in boars and retiring health board that they had States nor the most famous resorts in the world, had not their citizens awakened -
There is a sweet potato grown in
tt f, the North, but it does not compare sows which have been fitted and keptin saved by their economical administration to the real value of these RESOURCES and boosted with their money

i.. .v (" with the sirupy product of the South. high condition for show purposes. for the state health board, approximately and their moral support at the right time. !

i i The juices of the latter are the stored In some instances the females come in $100,000 during their tenure -

!,. up sap of the plant elaborated in the heat, or" perhaps indicates that she,)is of office. They have also ample The Heilbronn Mineral Water Company has been chartered for the express -

14 abundant Southern sunlight and the In heat and is successfully served by funds to prosecute the program: contemplated purpose of developing this NATURAL RESOURCE and for the

+. air by the leave. of the plant and the boar without resulting conception.In by the board, and they were building of this section of Florida and financial up-
and
stored. away in the darkness in the other cases the boar shows no de- !going: to recommend to the legislature your moral support will

1. i roots for future uses in propagation.It sire to mate, or acts ineffectively.The which has just adjourned, a reductionin be greatly appreciated.

a owes but little to the soil except for first step in overcoming the millage for the provision of expenditures It takes this
to develop natural
I of the state health money and ask that
depart resource we
a anchorage. Its flavor it owes to the trouble Is to find a positive cause,, you

1 same sources, to the gases absorbed when possible, by making a thorough ment." subscribe for STOCK in this Com!!1pany. Join with your neighbors in developing

v i r from the atmosphere under the chemIcal examination. This should include a Under the circumstances, it seems this wonderful resource NOW while the effort is being made.
only fair and that the
just incoming
r action) of the sun's ray. search for physical defects, the presence -

P. If properly cured there Is no reason of disease, the results of injures board of health lay its cards on the ta- Help put BRADFORD COUNTY on the map by subscribing for

or lowered vitality from other ble and make to the people of Florida STOCK
y why the sweet potato should not be any at once.
statement of the actual facts
a as
seen in our markets all the year cause.

I around. At present, its season Is com When, from such examination, it they exist. Our STOCK SALESMAN, Mr. W. Ellery Davis, will call on you

i paratively short. Yet the operation appears that proper treatment will While it is true that we have no soon giving! you an opportunity to subscribe for stock in this HOME EN.TERPRISE
positive knowledge of the state health
"h of curing is exceedingly. simple and prove successful, remedies should be
9 9n cheap and so efficacious that the loss administered promptly. But if the appropriation because the new tax assessment and we bespeak for him your kind consideration of this un-

i even on large quantities in storage ill i cause Is obscure, or if there is little list has not yet been prepared dertaking.The.

only from less than one per cent to likelihood of correcting the defect successfully from estimates derived from various

a' i less than two per cent. Uncured, orb it is best to remove the anImal sources, It is presumed that the following named citizens have already subscribed for STOCK in

only partly cured, the loss is from fifty from the breeding herd. Boars present State board of health will receive the Heilbrcnn Mineral Water Co. to-wit
from the mill :
i' per cent upward, if the potatoes may be castrated and fitted for killingas quarter tax:
market hog,. Similarly For the year ending June 1, 1922: ,
f t are kept any length of time. sows J. E. FUTCH T. J. GRIFFIN
$95,000.For H. O. BROWN
k'' Every Southern community should should be discarded when they become L C POWELL SAM
uncertain breeders. the year ending June 1, 1923, ROSENBERG JAMES KITE
have its sweet potato curing house.Y .- L, A. DAVIS. Jr.J.T.QUIGLEY. F. A. SCOTT
Times-Union. When there Is no apparent cause $100,000.For N. D. WAINWRIGHT

r II for' failure of swine to mate, experts the year ending June 1, 1924, N.T. RITCH J.Wm.R. HARVARD DAVIS L G. POWELL

DAIRY CATTLE NEED! SHELTERThe of the United States department of $tor,ooo. E. S. MATTHEWS
agriculture frequently have observed For the year ending June 1, 1925, COL. W. T. WEEKS W. M. BRYAN DR. J. C. WILLS '.
G. W. ALDERMAN
claim I. rightly made that expense a lazy or sluggish temperament. The $110,000.It R. F. DEMOREST PERRY DOVER
J. M.
MITCHELL
of operating a dairy in the hogs are then of the type known as seems fair to assume that we F. F. STUMP W. R. BURROWS
L
;. P South is lower than in the North. One "hot bloods." They are fat and show i cannot depend on more than $100,000 DR. W. E. MIDDLETON WALL J. A. HOWE

reason for the truth of this ii is that an unwillingness to exercise. The tendency per year for the next two years, until CAPT. S. A. BRYAN O.LORENZO L GREEN W. H.. ANDREWS Jr.

p'' less expensive shelters are needed is more common In mature the legislature meets again. SILAS JOHNS BEASLEY j. W. WHITE .

In most cases a good floor and A'' hogs and increases with age, but Is I The report of the retiring state MRS. A. STERNBURG JOHN UGLOW RALPH ALVAREZ
A.
D.
good roof are all that will be neededIn frequently found In young stock. board of health shows that 167468.46 MISS K. UVINCSTON W. ANDREWS BROWN & HODGES

a dairy barn. Much of the sidewall Careless and unwiRe Inbreeding practices was expended In 1919, that $150,219.44 NAT STERNBERG S. C. WHITTEN CHAS. R. ENSEY
made this was expended in 1920. The auditor's T. DOWLING G. A. ANDERSON
may be dispensed with or tend to produce hogs of type
light and removable. The plan of but Inbreeding does not necessarily ; records show that during the first five EARL MIDDLETON F. L TURNER A. 7L ADKINS

providing large sheds to house dairy bring' about the condition. months of 1921, from Jan. tat to May HAROLD WALL WA. BESSENT, Jr J. W. ANDREWS

1 herds during nights and stormy days 31st, Inclusive, there was expended J. M. ALVAREZ JAY ALDERMAN J. M. TRUBY

growing/ In popular favor all over EX-PRESIDENT TAFT BECOMES $112,271.21, from which should prop D. P. CARPENTER JOHN FORSYTH E. SMITH
G.
I Florida. Along with this plan it Is CHIEF JUSTICE erly be deducted, as not being an item DeWITT C. JONES W. WAINWRIGHT G. M. INMAN

necessary to provide! only a small stable of current running expense, $22,630.13 FRANK MORGAN W. J. BOHANAN

t for milking and feeding grain to Washington, July William How which was paid on the laboratory ,

I. $ the herd, Including the proper mangers ard Taft, ex-president of the United' building under construction In West Give our k"representative subscription for this Company.1 Put u' shoulder to the

1'' I stanchions arid other more or States, was nominated by President Palm Beach, leaving a net expense for 'wheel and help .uWribing for nock in this 'worthy enterpriiE. .
a afternoon to five months of .
Harding late yesterday ) 89641.08, or a monthly

less Many Inexpensive dairymen apparatus.take it for granted be chief justice of the supreme court I expenditure of 17928.21 which MATTHEWS., N. T. RITCH J. T.QUIGLEY. L A. DAVIS Jr.. R. F. DEMOREST

1, that the southern cow needs no shelter of the United State It was confirmed means a yearly expenditure of $215- > 3 ard Director of the Heilbronn Mineral Water Co.PAGE .

N account of the by the senate in executive session 13852.
what ever on
r I ., climate. In most cases this Is a aerie a little more than an hour._afterward." Since the yearly appropriation un- -

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I FRIDAY: JULY 8. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PACK: SEVF"Attest .

u
poe* for which It S* cirpanlted are, to provide I Chairman Council.O. ____
(I of Gainesville, attended the funeralof a mean or agency. through luvlf prother A. FUTCH. _

PHYSOLOGICAL ACTIONOF her uncle the late J. E. Brown, last FARMERJJROWNWell cooperative aeenelaUoni. for the pack Town. Cl.-rk. *-242t.NOTICE .
I." and marketing of fruit and other agricultural
I week. product of it. member*. and 10 ".... .

\V. E. Tofdo was a visitor to Jack Mr. Brown, that shows thi! \'Ie.. an agency through Iterlf or other.. forth Notice la hereby given OF to SALE all persons later.

and has ideas. There Is purpnee of drallng In all Kind of .mrr. ..tsd. la the ........ of W. H. Boats "deceased
sonville Tuesday Friday.Mr. boy high some chandiae. auppllva or appliance* that' may tnevceiiary. .
that I. A. R. Moore, administrator of the said
.
TANLAC EXPLAINED and Mrs. R. M. Tracey spent thing In that boy if "we can bring it *. in the. _cultl\atlon..rul or convenient production to and Ita memtier shipping relate, will thirty. clay after the dat of lb.ftmit PACE

the week-end at Mac lenny. out. Kindness and tuck "will do It in and marketing of their |,roduct.. and for Hon. publication R. A. Green of county this notice judge. apply of BradfordCounty. 10 the. _- THREE
uch buy own. tell end thai in -_
rurpoee _
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley were .visitors all kind of real may and .......n.1 prowrty, and Florida for an order to ash I1) at prl- :
time.Don't tat sale public auction, for the
or
to Jacksonville Tuesday.C. you think so, Mrs. Brown ? fthall. bav the power. to .borrow money and of the. payment of d.the following purpca described
mortgage Ii. property to ancurS the paymentof .
WORLD'S LEADING AUTHORITIES SHOW JUST WHAT S. Hill! and son, C. S. Jr., returned I doubt it. They say it is hard workto aime. Lots. eight. property.Hi.) ..In.to-wit((9)t and tea ltd). IatIIl..I. i4

to their home In Palmetto Sat make whistle out of pig' tall. Article III block ) th I
a a The principal ,I..... or business of saId A.. (95) according; to saw
,
TANLAC REALLY IS AND! EXPLAIN EFFECT OF THE urday after spending a few weeks in He's split already, been in the city too delation 1* to .be in Stark, In the county. of pod the town ubdivlnlon of Worlhlngton of J. W..Patten'In... florIda surrey of
State .r Florida. The of
llradford. mertlng.
TEN INGREDIENTS ON TilE HUMAN SYSTEM. TilE Lawtey with Mr. and Mrs I*. II. Hill. Ions the momlwr) of (thin AHociation. hall In held This May 26, 1951.'I A. ft. MOORE.Admlnlot..lo c:: *
Is visiting at saId plarc not le.. than onee in each nl<.n'h. 1 ,
Zack Roberts of Hastings
of the Bstat W.
Well, let's try kindness. 1 feel for Article IV of II. lloala. c
POWER OF THE MEDICINE CONCLUSIVELY PROVEN relatives here this week. that boy. The term for which this corporation. shall 1-.L *-7t.Z4 *

extet. I* fifty ((50) year* from the data ft the ''a,
Miss Gainesville
Rose Ott of was You may feel for him but you ('an'tfind luuanee of It* letter* patent.Article" NOTICE: .
the guest last Vfeek( of, Mrs. E. D. him. V In County Judge's. Court Bradford County
A day never passes but what thousands of people ask the That any peraon w'bo In a bona-Ade grower Florida. In I'robat
Sayles.A. Well just it for spell. may become a member" of thin Aannrlatlon. upon . in ret Administration. of Estate of W. If. .
questions : What is Tanlac ? Why its phenomenal success 7Vhy M. Blanchard spent last week in I you try a bring' elected. to membership. by th. mem. -.., dsciaasd
Well, Brown, let's go and see your ben. Cltstloa \

do we hear so much about it ? and Why has this preparation so Jacksonville with relatives. I corn. I believe it is better than mine. Artlel. VI R..blf11.. .. i* given.' a.. provided. by Isw .
Geo. Roberts visitor to the That the voting tiower and the property" to 0_ E. Reals. .. of Edk V ..... New J.... '
far outstripped aU other medicines of its kind ? was a :- You talk to the boy, Mrs. Brown. interests. of each. and every member. of this aey (son of W. II. n..*..' and Mrs. Geo. R.lloale .,41S, 4-
county Beat Thursday. Association vhall b. equalArticle (who.. residence Is unknown and who.. __
The answer to these questions is easy and can be explainedin Here he comes. VII ". th' 'I-
of wife of said Oro. E. hosts), and to"
Mrs. Colon
Miller and
(children I Come here, Sliver. Let's have a )little The Imntnesa and affair of this corporation each of them ......n.. as "being the only _
just one word-merit. Tanlac is scientifically compoundedand Tampa, arrived here first of the week ball b. transacted. by a board cif director parties claiming any possession right title f
talk. Set down here In the shade and a President and Vie President. ; said or Interest In or to the ,land hereinafter de.eerlbed. . ,
represents years of work, study, experimentation and research and will spend two weeks with herparl.'nts. i How do like it out here in the President. and Vie President thall also b* .. or any part thereof That A. H.
of the foremost chemists and Mr. and 'Mrs. Jesse Red :you President and Vie Prealdrnt. of Mid Hoard Moore .. administrator of th. ,tat,* of W. _
by some pharmacologists of country TPretty of Director and each of thrm shall at 1.10. H ".-... deceased has Sled. In this court M 1a
time of Ailing said offle .b* a member. of petition In writing, duly verlAed tinder oath
dull but I like the I
America. dish.Rev. eats. this Association .nd a director In aamet, and a* provided by law sad therein and thereby
E. D. Boyer filled his appointment -
Where's and ma TAin't thia Association_ shall. also have a tWretaryand prays that an order. be. made by. this court
your pa
The Tanlac formula is purely ethical I ence upon the appetite, digestion! as- at the Baptist church Sunday, Treasurer both of whlrh ofTlres may be empowering and authorising Mm' a* said ad.mintatrator ,,

and complies with all National similation' and elimination improvethe got any. Ailed by. one and the same person. The num.. to ..k. posse.li.>n .>f eertsln real ,
morning and evening Are they dead ? .per of director of this Association. shall ..*. estate as assets of said ...... for th. ptirno ,
and State pure food laws. It is purely nutrition and vital activity of all H. D. Bennett Sr., is spending a seven t but the Association without amendment of *llfng th* *am. to pay th. debts of said
made from the the tissues and of the and Never hay any. Just growed up on of ita charter may at any time by. atwothirds ....,... which *.td. real ..I.... In. *ald petition
vegetable and is organs body few days in Jacksonville' \ as the guestof the vote of Its directors, Ineress. ,its la described. as follow I

most beneficial roots herbs and barks produce that state of general tonicity his !son! Henry I streets. directorate and may. at any. time, after *o Lot eight. ...In. and ten In ttloek Thirtyalx. ""VT
!I Did you have plenty to eat ? increasing the. aame, by a similar vote of It. . according. to the fteeond division of lbs t
known Materia) Medica. The Tan which is called health. Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley, wasa I board nf directors. decrease Its directorate a. J. W. "'.....n survey. of the town of Worth .
the largest Oh sometimes then sometimes I said directors shall see fit : lint at no time shall. 'tngton Bnrings.. florid \i .
Laboratories are among The United States 'visitor while
Dispensatory to Lawtey Saturday
]lac
didn't. the number of said directors be Increased to It I I. further represented In said petition t
and most modernly equipped in makes the following: comment regardIng enroute to Jacksonville on a business a greater number. than nine. nor decreased. to that there Is no personal: : property: belonging:
But then I got on a 1 less number" than .11..... to saId estate and that the. said ...... Is Indebted. J '
this country. another ingredient: That the names. and residence. ... of the officers . and that It Ia necessary to sell said I i < i
Ten Ingredients In Tanlac trip.Mr.. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Jacksonville DO you "want to stay here and helpus and directors of this Association. who are. real estate In order. to pay said Indebtedness.. .
"It may be used in all cases of pure and have plenty to eat and to conduct the buslne for th. first year and Now. therefor, all and each of you .here- t
Altogether there are ten ingredients ,debility of the digestive or spent the Fourth at the homeof a good, until their successor shall have been elected. Inhefore named, and all other persona In. }
organs
each of which is of place to sleep and try and be a good and shall have accepted. office. ar.sR. terested: I In said lands, or any part thereof. '
in Tanlac where a general tonic impression is Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bla.ncb.ard. : ? 1>. H......'. 1..1.. ....... Btark. Florida hereby are commanded to appear "bsfor tb. ..
recognized therapeutic value. required." Rev. II. H. Black and family returned boy I.. C. Preseott Vice President Stark. Fla.ieo. undersigned ounty judg. or bis, successor In _
I Oh, I'm going to have a hardware <; Weimann Secretary-Treasurer, fttarkc. office, of llrdf tril' County, Florida at ten
In referring to one of the more mi- to Lawtey Friday from )Massachusetts "
There certain other ingredients Florida.Director. o'clock a. m.. on .1>. Both day of July, A. I>.
portant ingredients of Tanlac, the Encyclopedia are ; where they spent the past store t K D. Rower t,. C. ..-.U. Geo.Weimann. 192*. to show cause. If any, you or either of ) ia.e
described in the Dispensatory and in I Well, you will have to go to school (1. C. Cadr. J. I,. I'nderhlll A. you have why the said petition. should not
Brittanica says: two months. Dronke. A. Stern all of ilia.... Florida. .be "...nlrd. .
"It has been the source of the most 'other standard medical text books, as Miss Wilma Blanchard returned and learn something then. In witness. ...whereof each of th* said tneor Witness the Ifonorabl R A. Green County ...
having a beneficial action the poratora of this Association Judg, of Bradford County. Florida under
upon Oh know, lots of u.d .tr'fIi.\
valuable tonic medicines that have ever home Saturday from Steckert where things. has : ;:; \ > d and seal on this the aeal of said .court iMp Jun. mh. A. D.
organs of secretion, whose proper Yes but IXth of June. I PS I. 1II rltarke Fl.rlds.
you've got to get; some education day 1. at ,
she weeks relatives.
discovered. two with
been spent
functioning results in R. I). HOWFR In referring to one of the more im- a purificationof Horace Norman and family, of first. If you stay here you L. C. I'RBWOTT 111..11 County Judg. for Bradford County.. Florida.IBEAL .
the blood streams passing through will have <;F.O. W.IMANN (.11..11O. ) (1-17-61-7-11
to to school and be
contained in Tanlac the Jacksonville\ spent the Fourth with go a ,
tonic drugs C. 01WJ. them. In this manner, objectionableand If I'll be mother I ,
good boy. a to you L. UNDKRHILL Sre.ll
edition of Potter's Therapeutics relatives in the Wateroak section. NOTICE!:
13th ,
poisonous ingredients of the blood will A. '..RONKt:. try ?
standard medical text book states Mrs. E. B. Wells is the guest for a you A. STERN (Seal)
a Bradford County, Florida will meet at tb
removed and the entire in- .
that "they impart general tone and are system few days of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill Yes, ma'am. I'll try. Never had II.... of. Florida.me, the County undersigned of Bradford authority 1 1llefore snort ho.... ,In th* Clerk's offle. Monday
and vitalized. : per. '
rigorated July 4. board of qualler forth
llltl a* a ;
strength to the entire system Including at their Kingsley lake cottage. anybody that was good to me but a eonallv appeared R. D. Hi"w.,. L*. C'. Present purpo. of hearing complainta and receiving . I
i
Geo. Weimann. G. C. ('.d". J. I.. Underbill.A. _
Tonic and Body Builder dog' and I lost him. testimony .. to the \alu. of any
.
Mrs. W. M. Redding and children
all organs and tissues. llronke. A Stern" who "being duly sworn property. real or personal. or .Ix.... aa 11....
This same well-known authority in Tanlac was designed primarily for spent the Fourth with relatives in Seen changes In DeWitt C. Jones each by himsrlf.. say that. h. euhecrltied hIsPanic by th County Tax Assessor for th* year

describing the physiological action of I the correction of disorders of the ]liv- Starke. store? STARKE to the GROWER ehnve pn,ASSOCIATION(Hieed charter for i.f the the property.11.21. against the own.. or agent. of such

till another of the ingredients; of ,?r, stomach and bowels. At the same Louis Brown returned to his workat Morning }Mr. Snyder. Got any Ice uses and. punmsea.and .sworn therein to mentionedSutiecriliod before m. thla ISth fl. W. ALDERMAN.: C.Chairman A. ROBERT of Board.

Tanlac, which is of value in treating I time, however it is a powerful reconstructive \Vaycross, Ga., Tuesday. cream freezers ? day of Jun., UU.EVERETT Clerk and Auditor. 8.n.21. 't

what is commonly known as a "run tonic and body builder, Mrs. N. Carter and children, of Yes, sir; they run from $3.75 to SEAL) ( M.NoUry JOHNS.. I'ubllc. .

down condition," \uses the following i :roy it naturally follows that any medicine Jacksonville, are spending a few days $7.50. Here they are. ,Mr.1I.6t.-S.I.commission. expire* July 10. mill. NOTICE Creditors TO and CRrniTORM all persons AND having nrBTORII claims \)

expression: Ii that brings about proper assimilation with relatives in and near Lawtey.Mr. All! right I'll take the $3.75 one. against th. ....1... of C. R. Purling, late nf

"It is highly esteemed in loss of appetite i of the food and the thorough and Mrs. J. W. Barber spent How about Packers cans ? NOTICE ceased the county will of present Bradford their fltate clslma of duly Florida. authi'n.tIrated de.. !.

during convalescence from any ,elimination of the waste products the Fourth with relatives in Macclen\ No. 2, $5 a hundred; No. 8 $6 per Hoard I will of apply Pardon, at, for the a neat pardon. meeting, having of plead the In one to year. the or undnralgned they will' administratrix.'.. forever 'barred with I

acute diseases." 1 must therefore, have a far-reaching hundred. guilty to the charge. of murder In the second And all Imh'hled tik the said cstata
ny.Miss dt>gre, at the spring, term of the Circuit Courtof IUI'.d':: : i'
There are certain other elements in i nd most beneficial effect upon the en- Delia Blanchard\ !spent! the weekend Ill take 100 of each Got any cedar' llradford County.. I lorlda 1D17. are said ,Administratrix tn pay forthwith their. said delia, to th*

Tanlac which because of their influ-1 lire system.-Adv. at Kingsley as the guest of Mr. buckets ? 7-1-H. NOAH TAYLOR. Dated this >'th dee of June. A. T>. 1011. : _
MARY LOUISA! DURt.INO 1 1I
and Mrs. L. H. Hill. Yes, here you are. NOTICE GUARDIAN RAtE -10. t.6 Administratrix.. I 4

Miss V'erlie Sapp returned home How are stoves !!selling\ Thirty day after dat hereof I will apply. >>
BEHOLD TilE FIG! If the hogs appear out of condition to the linn K. A. Green. C'iunly Judirc In and NOTICE AI'PIICATION FOR TA* HERD i I
of Wednesday! from Mncclenny, where Stows and ranges are all ofT 10 to for County* of Bradford. rUat of Florida for UNPFR nrCTION 6761 OF TIIR ,
to mixture
have
let them access a :
she spent several weeks with rela. 15 per cent. Screen doors and win an order to sell at private sslo or .public. auction GENERAL: BTATITTKSNolle
How much importance do we give charcoal, 1 bushel ; wood ashes, 1 the, following deserlled lands. t Ih* prop I I. hereby given that It. O. WlmWty'
sulphur dows at cost' Harness, collars bridles erty of Ellery PuKh Ethel Futch Elmer purchaser. of Tax ('...rtln..I.. N,,. Ifl. dated, th.
the fig ? How many rural families in bushel ; slacked lime 8 pounds; tives.Mrs.. A. A. Smith spent the Fourthat collar pads, and plow lines at or frtttrh and ROle. rutch, minors. 11th day of June A. 1). 1011. has filed said 4
orchard 4 2 pounds. The West two aurea of the Northwest Quarter certificate. In office and haa mad appll
home pounds; copperas, my
Florida include in their Kingsley' with her mother, :Mrs. below cost. of the Northwest. Quarter of Northeast cation, for tax deed to iso. 'In ......Ydan.. ; ak1'
fruit? Remember that the cycle of hog prices Quarter of Rectlon 27. TownshIp 5, Itnng. .. ,
this most luxuriantly yielding i i John Howe.L. ,, with law Paid ..rtl" .. embraces the fol. c4v
from high to low and back Any galvanized tubs ? tit Esst containing two acres for the purposeof lowing dcscrltwd I |.ro,,,*,',,. situated In Brad.'ford .
Are you among those who depend up- runs H. Hill was a visitor to Starke .* Yes, nil sir.es. distributionDated County', Horlila. to...." I II lgto
on this tree for a part of you table again in about three to five years. If this jlltth day. of June. A. !>. 1921. North Half nf North Half of Northeast
Saturday. Ill take a No. 2 and 10 R. II 711 TClf. I '
a quart North Half of North Half of Lota
sweets or are you among those who present\ conditions seem bad, look OV. OstBie Prevail of Jacksonville, spent bucket. 7-l-5U7-2ll-l'd (Guardian ...I..,.. NarnndMinors.' 1 Quarter and 2.or",'e. 115. 'I'p. 4. 8. II. 22 F... 14 acres 'lujee, _ _
of for number of Th. paid land "being. assessed at the dat of
this fruit of er the curve prices a
place no importance on Sunday and! Monday with his mother, th. Issuance of such certificate. In the name of t th I
Biblical times? years. It will] show that each low Mrs. R. M. I'revatt. I RANK BTATRHKNT NOTICE I Catherine. Conk. Unless. said ..rtlflrst. shall _
point was followed by a peak> of prices RiMMirt, nf the can There were $60,000 worth of figs Mrs. Salome Eunice returned last Hank lit l.awter, In the. Kmte .., Florida) at the council rooms. Tuesday July. 12 11911.a. . thereon on the 11th day nf July A. D !
produced in Florida ni J920. This isa -this peak will] come again. Be ready week from Macclenny where she had the close of business. June HO, 11)21.) a hoard of equalisers, fur th. ..ut'J...... ofhearing ,, 1\121.\' .
KesonrceaIrftans complainta' and .....Ivln... .....Umon"a Witness my. official signature. and teal thIs /
figure small in comparison with the for it. spent several weeks with relatives on real ettate __._"-."-____"-_ 8,700.08) to th. value of any property., real or personal ,h. ,,? day of Jiinu.A.I'. 11121. jfiii.1t. \
| lrf.ana on collateral security, other or mixed a* fixed by th* Town. Tax A*. I O. W. IJUIr.RMAN' ;
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value of the orange the grapefruit, Jack Howe of Kingsley, wai a visitor limn real estate __"U'U"__ 2.K03.M .essor for the year 1921. against the owner* Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County' Fla.f >1
or the but large in the 1 WOOULAWNI to Lawteyonday.) All other loan ami dl.eount* .. .. 17.2.11.02 or ....n.. of such property. . Seal I Ry C. A, KNUIIIP ,
guava crops, Overdraft, . _uu_.____.....__. 2HR. R H.WITT C. JONES. e-10-ot-7-B Deputy, Clerk. '
sense that few people place any Importance Harold Pearce was a visitor to Jacksonville I'nlted 8t.t.. bnmta ...._.__..-_.. K.20. 00 .. :TJf; \
1 I Woodlawn, July;;; 8.-Mr. and Mrp. Ranking, house. furniture, fixture.... 8.001.1T .
) whatever upon this fruit. Saturday : Other real _..... ......_._ ..__.__ .. 2KB B9 I .
We are now in the midst of the fig W. H. Norman and children of Jack- Mrs. II. R. Sapp was a visitor to Due from Incorporated. banka, ___... 14.118.1'0 ... I. h..h" "Iv..n that the flliwi, TAX.. d..II..d HOTIC'v'Notl. 'ianIp will be pold at 1'.1.110' .u.llon 'FTOWN
(Cheek anil, . for ) .
'sonville spending the week here : exchange tli'urlnii JIM 7.C..h paid, nlnn.t, at S.k.. '
harvest. The more we see and taste are Starke Saturday.Miss on hand _.n'.__._...,._,,_ *.055.70 on the t'IIIN' MUNOAY IN AIJOl1K'r. 19111.11. 1..ln. lbs ht day OJr
In \lradl.d\ fit... of much .h..1 a' will he nroosaary to 5af'
Hr. and !Mrs. D. .h. C'.u..t, "I.leI. o. an
of the fruit, and the more we thinkof with their parents, Reed, of Ocala, was visiting' the amount duo fur isa, h".ln set. IIp.I.. th. .me, tnll..I1. will .th. emit 01 said sate If
J. M. Total _ -_ __. ..___..._...... .... 60.00(1.76( SILAS MITE Los
the fig L. Phillips and Mr. and !Mrs. friends in Lnwtey last week. .nd advertisini. I
the possibilities offered by Llebllltlr* or 8tark. Fl.'
'Tax Collector. own
Norman. of Capital: stork mid In .._ _________. 16,000.00 (lid
the feel like advocating: its J. D. Randall Orlando, was a
more we Undivided. profit ((1 lex* expenses. and 1 IIlsacripUna
cultur. I A large crowd enjoyed the ice cream visitor to Lawtey Sunday.( lane* pa III I ____.___.______40.____ KM.10 14... T. R. A Own.r A lt: ta I
I Individual, <........It. subject, to check, *0.4011.111 .. hw
Lot. 1 4 01 itt41 In 1... T. #4a
Every family could have a half dozen ':-'supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. ) Miss Hazel Oliver of Baldwin is visiting Time certificate. of deposit __...-.- 1.1IORS ('..... sub div __... __________.Ill II 22 _. J J Aaarois __.........__.. 1.0' .. '
night. relatives here this week. ('..hl..". ch.&,. outstanding __. 6R.AB Lot 1 III Ilik 42 In 1. T. A Co'. d IIW 1"
fig trees as easily as not. It thriveson B. Browning aturday : Bavtng deposit, _.__._. ___n._ 12.476.4il sub dip . _______._.__________.2S 8 21 ._ .1,110. lIu'' ,. .------__.... 1..1 ''tQ'IIlk
: Miss Lillian Browning is spendingthe Frank Green, of Plant City, spent 8 of T.mtl.s .dd.'h___. B I KII ._ Mrs .:....1.. E Canowa _--_... 611." I
the ;
all kinds of Florida soils, from Total . __hh____.....__.__. 80.00S.7'f tine lot ,01 ft molar. In flW Cor. .1 'u"
thinnest sandy ridge; to the heaviest week in Jacksonville, the guest of the Fourth at the home of Mr. and Slate of flurlda County of Bradford a*. I of 5W14 or I4W4 __----__21 5 1/1 __. E W irtjie. . .____.. 1..1 I. I
Mrs. Walter Valencia. Mrs. Charles Dinklns. |I. J. W. llarlM>r. cannier cif the ahov named. Five arc.. I" III: Cop or BF.VE of I
river bottom. It Is adapted to all climatic [ her sister, bank do aolemnly ....., that the abova" atatenient .___ .-_ -.____211 S 21 _.. M. A r. D.I....... _...__ ..9. i I I 1O!
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conditions prevailing in the j Messrs. Fred Waters and J. Norman Lawtey wan nearly deserted on the I I. truer to the b...t of my knowledsr and flE.t;. in I.. T. A .
belief. J. W.
IIAKIIGK .
state. It accommodates itself to prac- 1 were business visitors to Raiford Fourth, nearly everyone upending the Correct. -Attest T Cahlr I.ots4SA9offtikCinItia.toga add . ____-..__________2s I 21 .._ Elbert Cj mann .._.___._ 4.41 : It
day at Kingnley. W. F. GODWIN LotZnfIllkg2inL.T.&Co'a I i..
tcially all Florida conditions. If given -, Friday. 1... H. HIM., .ub dir . __________._____._...211 I 21 ._. Jolla G.d..ln.. ___..___. 1.11 i I
J. Phillips of Miami is the Julius Eunice of Lakeland, spentSunday'and t. L. HAKKFI.L. Director Lot. II 1 II or Blit C in Ittsiog's !P '
a chance whatever it will yield I Mrs. O. Monday at his home here. Rijb.erIId and sworn to befora mo thla 2nd add . ..__...______.__...____2. SU I' D lit.... __......_.. 4." ,
bounteously.Do guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. dy of July 1921. On. lot bounded It h" Hawaii. .1.
The Lawtey baseball team and a J. T. MOOR': irrWbyliaysI&Nbyjaekson .-

not attempt to grow any and all L. Phillips. Gainesville Notary I'ubllc.MASTER'S at _..__..._..__.____...__211 S 52 ... W M ltnliinwaworthi. n'."-" 1.11 .. .I ,
number of rooters went to
attending to business Corn !: ,
varieties, for only a few are adaptedto I T. C. Williams was l"1: ,
.
but the of H
Monday to play a game, game SALE .
Florida conditions. C. K. McQuar. in Starke Satur called off account of rain.TELEGRAPh'S Nolle I 1.0 hereby Riven thai under and by _. U P R Mali ...__. _. I.tli ) .
rie state of the Florida agricultural !- )Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman are the was on virtue of a final decree. of foreeloaure. mad. rt. 8 lOa It to beg __ ------25 S .
agent I 14,0. s .. 4 of Ilik 48 In L. T. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
extension division, Gainesville, proud parents of a fine boy born on HONOR ROLl. ; of and the rendered Eighth by Judicial Honorable Circuit A. V.of Long Florida Judira, In Lot A lc.'r: liik pub 4lin'_L..'-T.-.-a-.-Co.-;:-_ S II ... J_. ".hnoon, ...-........ 1.II1.! : ,

recommends the Celeste above all] figs June 21st.I and for llradford County, Flurlda, on th. rob dl. .____.__.._ .._______..2. S II ... Raymond J" lOn .__..... 1... 9

for this state. He places the White I I J. B. Browning: and daughter, Miss Names of Those Who f-ald Subscription Iflth Pint day National. of .Arrll Hank A.of D.Lake 121.City wherein, a corporation th*- \Ilk.sub 17.11 I... .A.__44___In___L....T..._.___Co'__.21 S 22 ... A 0 Jenkins _..._..__ 14.11E'3Ir. .
visitors to Starke Mon- was complainant and Fred Nettle*. J. 1110 25 in I.. T. & Gus sub 7
Adriatic Turkey Gertie
were
second and Brown During Jane W. Keen and J. 1. Nettle.. Jr.. were. defendant .-_--_--_-;_-_--.__._.. S 22 __. CII"od 10hnlOa ...._._.. UI ,', 'a.LotiH&4nffiIkUinZoT. .
third. He that the Black Genoais iday. *. I. K. M. John, a* peufal mater will. . -I
say 1 and )Marguerite offer for ale in front of th* eourthou* In Co'p pub div .-- 2a .- R M J.tikloa .-.....--- 12.1' I
Beatrice -------- ---'----
suited to the clay soils of North )Misses A. P. hoffman Mrs. A. S. Hillis, Btarke, Florida duln. the leiral houra of ..1. LotagSO&lloffllkDRIa.: ;

Florida.It I Phillips, of Jacksonville] are the on Monilay. the lat day of August A. II. In.'. .dd _._..____..._________..11 S II ._ M.... T._ 1..ltoli ._..... 5ri' 5. /'
and Hoover Bros., M. L. Johns Quigley 1121. to the hlnhnt and 'bet bidder. for o..h.th On. lot 124 ft E W bJO 101
is true that our figs cannot be depended r[ guests of their grandparents, Mr. I Broom Co., J. D. Goodman, j. J. Biel- followingdenerllMHl: per* .nat. property *l ltuated ft N A. S. bounded Ie bJO .. F. ..I IRhodros
and being In Bradford County, Florida, N h" M.. A I v....'. C
upon as a commercial fruit Mrs. D. L. Phillips. ling Dr. A. J. Johnson II. J. Cribbs, to-wltt. I land 6. 14 l.p, Hurt .t _.._.___....2' I 22 0 H Marks. __.._..._ 1.11 .
but there is better for making: I Mrs. D. B. Browning is spending ] On. bay. home about 10 year. old. named. I.i.t. 294051 S2 51s48. II
no one with relatives. W. .M. Harrcll W. P. Byrd, Col. V. J. "O.d..n." nn. .hay home about 10 year old' In 1".lIn. .dd .........____._It I 22 .-. C II M..... ..._.._..... s 114 \
weets for the home table. Try them. the week in Raiford Shipman, D. J. Byrd, Oliver Jones, J. tiameH "'.rtn...." on. ona-nnra* wagon. and Wiof1ots1&l&alhIo4a\ ,
I Miss Debbie Phillips is attendingthe harm**. 4 head of tuek eattl and their natural s&4ofNikI7ew4of. / .
W. Lewis L. L. Witt J. M. Jones, P. In......., marked. and. plow In one 1.0" I 8 A. all lot 4 01. Blk -:
KEEP THEM COMING; STAY IN teachers examination at Macclen- A. Williams Miss Mary Gankins, B. .ar and ttndertilt. In the other ear, branded 11 In L. T. A. Co' pub dir ___.11 I 12 D P (Polio ...._......_ 22.11 1,. ii.112;
"J." lil bead of toek hose and their natural I..... 2 A. 4 or IIIk 41 In L. '1'. *. ,.
TilE GAME ny this week. M. Dowling, Rev. M. L. Smith, Ira It. InrreiM*. marked under lope In on. ear anilunderUt Co's aub oily ....__...._.__..___28 5 .1 R a pl.ro' _.____... 1.11 ,
I WUkerson was a visitor to In th. other ..,. 1..11\. \ Nell the It.e&1olIikI7IoL.T. A
-- I Benny Riley, Mrs. L. A. Duncan P. S. Mc iume u> aalbify. and pay laid final decree. fee* Co' .dd ...__ ...... ...--_. 5 .11 ... P II Pliny-----------. _. 1.11 "
Stick to the hog-give the shoats I Starke Saturday.r Millan J. M. Norman, A. G. Powell and eo... Com .t NfJ Cor of Wfp or NWI/ Ii Iiof
visitor IIE\4\ of Nil:" &. run W loll) I Ift
business !!
and young pigs a chance to make you Jeff Dowling was a A. L. Roberts, Dora M. Cady J. R. 7-R-4t-t.2. E. M.Mverlel JORN Mauler.ARTirl.FB . tn a pt 01 "bee. then. .. W I

some money before the end of the year I, to Jacksonville Saturday. Halligan, E. J Lewis, W. E. Lewis, 80\1 Ion fa ft. to II .hi'i 107 rt...__It_:-100_) _.It.._. N-- .t S U ... Richard lIe"nol" .._....... 11.11 ,
Says II. G. Clayton, district agent. It The Woodlawn school will open on 'David Luke Lake Butler Pharmacy, OF INrOKPORATION or THE Lt.I. I S. I .r bib It .. r..... 'I' I'i
STARKE GROWERS AHHCMIATION! lO II 12 19 14 of 015 C ,
All arei
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takes good hogs to pay out at present -! Monday July 11th. patrons N. J. Robinson J. E. Phillips, T. J. Hereby notice I. .lv.n that th. iindernlirnedwill aiillikalRVOHIJ: ,1

prices of feed but the right kind i requested to be present!! at the opening Dubose R. apply to the <}overnnr of the lit... of K L I" maioiea. .dd ._.....28 4 22 ... J M Rising ...____. 111.4. r'LOr. '".
Moore, C. T. Scan, J C riorlila, at Tallaha..... flnrlda. on the 16th ... so... 01 I I."d In IIIW Corof -
"will\ do it. The man who gets out of exercises.The L. Black, Mrs. Delania! Jones FloridaDevelopment day of A"....... 1021. for Letter Patent. In. SW'k of NV.14 ----- '-'- 4 II ... J 1* RisIng .--__.._. S 57Lt.t&2nfNikhtiflL.T. _ _ _

the hog business now will regret it many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Board. corporatla-under' the frtllowlne* Btark pnp.m..l Grower' l ehartri Anaoelatlon I Co's sub' div ___._.________......28 II ... Will lien", _._...._. e DI $ _ _ _ _ _
later. Vasco Crawford were sorry to learnof Know all met! by the/ ** preMenUt. That w., Lot.lSsA4ofI4ikdIn' r 1. 'a _
of Florida. . .-U S 22 ... 11 A IIh.v" Co .
little daughter the undemlirneif avow* of th fitat Trmpl.s add - _.._. 'UIn
Lousy hogs cost the farmer almost the death of their hv thla day. ...,.rl, .td ounelve* to...ther ..;tiH; ; b ijt i
two clean Mildred which occurred at the homo( Not Very Intellectual, for the purpnae of formlntr a borMeolturalrerporatlon. 1o,1..lnal "...n __._ .. ._....21 4 22 _. Wm Tt..n. Eal... ._._..._ "..POIII. _ _ _ _ _
cents a pound more than :Many a fellow who ban more money under the law of the fltate of "" :... I. NEI4 or iIt or
hogs" -don't pay this toll. :' of Mr. and Mrs. George Crawford on than brains hasn't the price of a puck Flurlda. a. a non-profit auuirlatlon, upon. the IIE'4 (less '%" aces In NE cod 4snbounl..d

If you have not bought a good; boar, Friday morning.! Their many friends of clgarettes.-Ctr"lnfintt' Enquirer.Ortw I fallowing" article. of Article iMornoratton.I to-wlt: K,, W Enm'.h"II:" :;:' ,: E by.. -... S iX ____________

resolve plentyof sympathize: with them in their lollS.j Thi name of thle corporation I I. 1.10. "..,It. .,1,,'. 'd1. .____..._.___.__.__._28 I II ._ Ijpknown. .-...__...__ 12.21 :
to there are
get one, as o.lotbOUAd5dEhVPn.4: .; _ _ _
good ones at price. any farmer can *** T'lutc.. cMD: TaatarMtorc Grower AaMelation.Article IITher .t. N h" .Id county J.n. W ,-

afford. conditions the LAWTEY *Yitallcy.at .mtrtr by parifytaf end .". thall) be no capital totk of laid cor.poration 10" Christian .1. .II..h".. ..I.nd_ ...__or_.11 I 22 I iJ7tI( p .4._ _ _
Under present! j but th. *am. I 1.0 orranls.d, a* a bortleultural : 'g't'... Mrs AL.Von" Kim .......___ 044
blood. Toucan. f.eI HuJtnmMni.it. ; or IIIIt 18 lo'I.lnai -
farmer but rkhlogth: under t. 7
cannot, afford anything: a :: ainoelatlon, nM for profit ..______.._._ .....__..21 U ... ... ,
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good Lawtey July 8. Mrs. J. C. Adkins ,OvUuritla*' "'<' F'lui. rite. th" In.. 01 th* Stat* of Florida, and the pur. town Mary W.eks .... a J, _ _ _
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r .' h EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY fELE GRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921.

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Iis l , I, THERESSA It It I agreeable, the day was pleasantly] Dr. a'.-w. Brown has been 10 the

ay .. t q vI TOBACCO'S FOESLOSIHGJP.OUND t, spent tyZthose participatingj 1 I past 'eoekSenicq,'"' ,
r f : : I A protracted meeting wifi J beheld Blaqton Owsley mad a basinestj f [at Grace Methodist Church
at the Baptist church beginning Wed morning and, evening Sunday;
i tar The
) J Items 1 nesday night, the 13th, and will last'trip Hampton Monday. I i pastor will use for his subject in the
News Good.
County A of Grover
k k.r : for one week. Everyone cordially party composed morning, "The Important Man."
vited man, of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. EugeneFinley
to attend. The Lawtey baseball team i* in Pa-
Canvass of 7,847 Editors Shows
JF I Mr Laura Finley and Miss
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j H. E. Moorer left Sunday afternoon latka two day this week.Fine .
{t bttarsctlnf fact Gathered Durlne the Week by'Our 7,393 Communities Against ; for Jacksonville, where he wiI11 employed J:Cynthia Woodard of Starke, motored -
Refular Correspondent Abolishing Weed.: here Monday afternoon and were the
1.1 for a few week*.
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) I I -- I guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
,i I' ,. T B. Triest has already shippedseven
S. B. Woodard.
ANTIS LOSE THREE STATES.
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carload of j
\ : e- way ,watermelon and expects Master Emery Sloan'of Sampson,
.I :/ f "- BROOKER ? Dogan Nabb, of".Sam pilon, was in Utah, Under Mormon Influence, Only to have about two- more car to is spending few days here at the

'.. I 1 : town Saturday afternoon.L. ,Commonwealth to Adopt ProMM'tion be chipped. right a"1'I""" t i home of his uncle, S. B. Woodard.LAWTET .

4 I ' rooler, July 8.-D. J. Byrd, of R. Gainey and family and J. J. Measure During Year. Arthur Moorer wa a visitor to j W1LKESSTALLION
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I Graham, spent Saturday here with his Morgan and family attended the "Is toharro'going: to ha** Its scalp Hampton Sunday'afternoon. I[
;, I friend "* birthday dinner of Robt Duke*, of I I added tv the belt of the prohibitionist A F. Commander motored to Jacksonville -

I i\ /,i ,Mr G. B. Colson is somewhat Im Dukes Monday. beside that of the lamented but '.. Bret of the week. I Lawtey, July 8.-Rev. Black and
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j'l' + proved at this writing. Those who spent the Fourth at yet not altogether late alcohol?" if MUs'Effle Sloaa, who has recently 1 wife returned home Friday, after a
NI .:' Bradford Worthington from here were, Mr and tbe question asked by Garret Smith returned'to.:\ Sampson frOm ,Spring; few week stay in New York and Mas
,! ,r'r Louise and Blanche Crew of Mr. and Mr B. T. Lake down sachusetts. For Service
here with their Mrs. L W. Sowell In an article In the current Issue of cam Tuesday to spend a
I d spent Sunday Crosby, G. B. Colion, Claude Crosby, L .lie's Matcazlne.** ' r few days with her cousin Miss Estelle Mr*. Marshall, of Ocala, i III viiiting

!I aunt, Mrs. G. B. Colson. Marvin and Fred Hazen, Truby Pin- Tlie writer, readies the conclusion Woodard.The her granddaughter, Mrs. H K. Black.
E. JOHNS'Starke
P.
j r "I 1 Arden Crosby and Lucian Karen holster, Clara Cone, Eva Reddish, Ix>- that while there hai been Increased Fourth passed oft very quietly Young people's meeting tonight at

are taking the teachers examination rene Hazen, Inez Abernathy, Roy agitation and legislative activity on here. Few families. went out on Crystal 8:3O: at Grace church.

Macclenny. this week. Forsyth, Lubedia Pinholster and Lot the subject of' tobacco following the lake to have dinner, and enjoy the'' Mrs. Boyer ia visiting- her! brotherin FIa.

op iA! J : ''Eva Reddish, of Starke, Is here on tie Gainey. 8UCf.IIII of the drive for prohibition bathing. While the weather wa dis Ocala. ,

i', : ,I. \\1 a visit with relatives. Ray Andreu spent Sunday with ef liquor the effort of reformers "
: ""II i The families of H. P. and I* R. friends at Pine 11111. lug to abolish tobacco have no IIC"ek.1

j ''I;; Gainey, J. J. Morgan and D. W. Hazen Mrs. Abbott attended church at New support. This opinion is based 1Ir.

) attended church at New Hope Sen. Hope Saturday.Mrs. results of the questionnaires on the

#2 I''Ii day. Tiercy Robert returned to her abject vent out to newspaper editors
I \ ,;! Marvin Ogden and Willard Smith, home at Graham Saturday. of the country by the Press Service

I. ( of Graham, passed through here Monday Eldon'and Walter Baxter spent the Company of New York City.

'Iii :' enroute to Worthington. week-end in Jacksonville. The quemloru asked were:

\ Ardell Crosby motored to GrahamSaturday. Mis Van Cone, of Midway, spent (1)) I>o you favor the enactment of
I
one day of last week here with her laws prohibiting the personal use. of COMMERCIAL JOB
r A. J. Sowell was on the sick list sister Mrs. S. V. Andreu. tobacco by adults

--re \ part of last week. L. W. Sowell was a visitor to Alach- (2) In your Judgment does the general -

Jlenry Sowell, of Cooter Pond, was ua last week. sentiment of your community
f In town Friday. Mrs. Bryant Shaw and family spent favor such l legislation' PRINTINGLETTER

'i :: I: C. Moody and son, Herman, of La. Monday at Worthington. (3) h the line of tobacco personally
,
ohjt-rttoiitible
t ,..; Crosse, were in town Saturday. Frazier Shaw spent Sunday afternoon to you
No arguments accompanied the questions -
: t ,"I Inez Abernathy spent part of last at Worthington and from their form It was 1mIMtsMlble .
j'' week in Pine Hill section with rela P. M. Barefoot Is sick-at this writ. for any editor to determine

,ri tives. Ing with fever. tile attitude of the questioners.Out .
!: Mr. and Mrs. C. Mott, of Hague, A. B. Surrency was in town Tues ..f 12,518 editors questioned

I. spent Sunday afternoon here with day. 7,8-17 replied' : according to the summary
their' daughter, Mrs. L. W. Sowell. I II Miss Beadie Croft, who attended the given. These editors It Is estimated'

i ,I G. B. Colson motored to Ziff Mon. : three' months normal here, returned to represent a combined circulation of j

ii. 'J: day. her home Friday. 21.870.U4fl. Of the 7,847 editors replylog I ,
I "',.Imelr!>: I'D'::; I'.r'> centrepresent HEADS '
j ,I' P. M. Barefoot spent the week-end Miss Lydia Groover, of Graham, )
public sentiment In tlielr'coiilmotmies,
i ,' in Plant City and he was accompaniedhome who has been attending the normal '' "
t as oppowd to anti-tobacco leglsiatlonOnly ;
by his nephew, H. D. Surrency, here, returned home Friday afternoon '
I 2jJO) editors" or 8 per cent of :
t 1 )p who will spend a few days here within Remember Sunday School every those replying believed there was any BILL HEADS ,

relatives. Sunday at 3:30.: considerable sentiment favorable to .
It I Mesdames R. T. Osteen and P. 11..1' Mrs. L. L. John spent part of last tobacco prohibition. There were 174, .
\11 1 Barefoot spent Tuesday at Pine Hill. week at Sampson visiting her parentsMr. or 2 per rent In doubt wlflle 20 failedto NOTE HEADS .

y i \v. Andreu, of New River, was In and Mrs. W. S. Nabb. record their judgment.Editors' ./
': town Sunday. Little Francis Russ had the misfortune Judgment Unbiased"It
"
k y ,;' Alvin McKinney, of Graham, was a to break his arm last Tuesday Is of special Interest to note ENVELOPES
: I ; 'visitor here Sunday. I E. M. Hazen and G. W. Seville were that 600 editors In answering the first

fy ,, Lucian und Marvin Haxen were visitors prominent visitor to the county seal question, personally favored such
( to Gainesville Saturday after I Monday.The legislation although only 200 of them
't / CARDS
I reported" that pubMe opinion also favored -
I ii B. Y. P. U. ,
noon. i program was carried the prohibition of toh.cco--an
i Eustis Kelly, of New Rive, was in out by Group Two Sunday night. Indication of the C'On"4'I..ntlollllTort/

f town Sunday.Mr All attend next Sunday night, a* made by the editors to distinguish,public ,
\( I : and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Group One will render Its program.G. opinion from their own personal SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS
t' I'r" the week-end In Jacksonville\ |! B. Colson has had a pump put opinions" the article continue.

,i' II. P. Gaincy and A. A. Hazen spent i down between his store and the garage "The highest percentage of replies .

\ : Monday at the county spat. I Ii reporting public. opinion favorable to WINDOW CARDS '
i Eldon Baxter and Claude Crosby j' The Masonic lodge held its regular prohibition of tobacco came from Utah
J Jf\f were in Gainesville Friday afternoon. j jL. meeting Saturday afternoon 'where 42 per cent of the editors
i thought' the public for such .
were a
'I T. Ostoen is on the sick list this I' Mrs. J. C. Cone lIon the sick list '
movement fifth is the only state
week. [I this week. ,
which line'" since adopted an antl-
,, !' ;! Theodore demons, of J Roy Roberts, of Graham, passed cigarette law. The result was forecast -
.. I pent Thursday here with aekllonvl11e'l j jMr through here Monday afternoon en- by several of the editors who

Hall, of Hampton, route to Worthington. stated that the Influence of the Mormon
f I lieving P. M. Barefoot. I Willie\ Connelly, of Cooter Pond, Church was against; tobacco. The
r f' Ardell Crosby made a business trip was in town Monday. Mormon Church Is also strong In Idaho
which Is the other state where the use
' to Hampton Saturday afternoon. I J. S. Forsyth, of Juliette, spent the
: Dave Hall, of Tampa, is here on a week-end here with his family.We of tobacco was recently" prohibited
i : but the governor has signed the bill
i I
l&
visit with relatives.
Just passed In which the prohibitory BRADFORD COUNTY
Miss Florence' Hague, of
I sincerely hope the Stillman scandal legislation" Is repealed." In this state
-. ) 'c was in town Saturday. Bradford'l'
80 per cent of the editors estimate
will blow
M I Mrs. L. W. Sowell was on soon over or peter out. sentiment "In their communities as
: ', \ list last week, but is better at this We want a good night's sleep without against tobacco prohibition, which

I1 t writing I harrowing dreams of what might oc nevertheless, is 6 per cent below the TELEGRAPHSTARKE

e I Virginia Weeks spent part of cur. :Average reported, opposition.
+ :" week in Starke with friends."e 18IIt./ "The'legislature of Tennessee some

_ i, Rev. McLellan and family are I II All men' know a few things, but no ,weeks ago passed and the governor
has signed a bill repealing" the anti-
cupying the Shriver cottage. I one knows less than the other fellow.
I I rl I VedaI ,cigarette law of that state. The questionnaire -
,, 1'111'1I. Shriver and son, Lewis, showed 03 per cent of Its FLORIDA r
'" $ Watson and Fred Hazen were in Judge Griggs, collector of custom editors believed the public against

*,,, I , j I \ Gainesville Wednesday. j l for the Florida district, directed the ,antl-tohecen legislation.; The legislature .
I+ : Chas. Litchfield, of Clayno, was in d, : town Monday.The demijohn of liquor into the sink In pill repealing" Its anti-cigarette law. In

j'j'I' I 1 I I Adventa held their regular I II' the Federal building at Tampa a few this state M per cent of the editors
reported against tobacco prohibition.
t. quarterly meeting Saturday. day< ago. ,
? ,4 I j Arlsona'a Practical Joke - .
--- .
"A introduced --------- ---
bill
? In the current
,. . ... _.... .
.ft m.q= ' ' IA.mD'''' D.q'.nD'D'D'''' 'D..II'" .. .n. __ session" of the legislature of Arizona

to prohibit smoking In public dining
rooms and other public places, was
I first amended to prohibit the consumption Commencing
.I In public of peanuts chewing
gum tea" and coffee and then defeatedby "
the senate. The questionnaire
returns from that state were 02 percent
'no.' MONDAY, JULY 11 th THROUGH

"In Iowa where tbe no's were 03 ,

per cent a bill to repeal" the anti-
cigarette law has been passed and JULY 16th
we signed; by the governor
I
"A bill to repeal the anticigarettelaw
'
i1 t Elberton Blue Georgia Granite In Kansas, with.88 per cent 'no'a. .'1>\'"' ,
1;
r Is receiving the attention of Its !egt>- Will be
.
"THE STONE ETERNAL" ..
latura. Last
yea' a petition fort

And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various ahades make referendum In,Oregon to prohibit tae ,
use of tobacco failed of sufficient signatures ,
i to bring the question toj*.
MEMORIALS vote, and 99 per cent of the editors WASH GOODS WEEKValues
declare their public against legislation.

r' '.t1IAI: Renowned In Oklahoma an anti-cigarette bill baa
been reported unfavorably In the
J1 J1I FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY bouse. The editor of that state reported '

-U4 and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE support 94 per cent against its public that?emphasize our aim to quickly clearout

_ "Outside of Utah where Mormon all Wash Goods
I Influence predominates," the article ,
Three essential factors to be considered buying mont r
concludes, "the snti-tobaeco movement
umenU, are. BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROP appears a* In the 8" of Tennessee

9y RIATENESS. :You have the assurance of the Jcombi- Arkansas and Iowa, to be 1 losing "
ground and Is not to any considerable
material.
nation when buying our
extent supported by the poepie
I, ." I __
ti
+ ; COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GA. The friends of tobacco feel particularly eor. 777

f : I+ : Leading Manufacturer of the South elated over" this showing. Inasmuch Come!" I isVtr J rf t y- e ** Come!

I, 1 Field or' Special Representative, a. 192O-21 was a maximum: year
.- ; In legislative" circles with 42 state leglatnres e CAINBSVILLE.FLORIOAPAGE !
,i W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE FLA. la session and the tobacco subject Y r. v
x.. ''Sk' received aa uansuat amount of .
I consideration. -

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