Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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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 15, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-THREE. _ _ STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 15, 1921. THREE ,

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COMMISSIONERSFIX INSPECTION COMPANY H DEBTS OWED U. S. PLANNEDTO I FALSE ALARM FOR-OFFICERSGet re

PASSAGE, OF BE SHIFTED) TO PEOPLE TALEXANDER -- ,
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Major Y. O. Brown, commanding, I N 4ibiurderrs, Only Man Full of
2nd Battalion, lit Fla. Inf., inspected Propone SellinFel'I'R Rand to Moonshine

BUDGET FOR the local military company last Thurs-. SOLDIERBONUS I I American to Offset Debt ELECTED MAYOR ,' .'

day night and wa Sunday
highly
pleased at morning about 4 o'clock,

FIS6AL YEAR the showing made by the men. Plans are being discussed: to I'tIfundthis Deputy Sheriff Uaisden received a .

It was said that it was the beset BE DISASTROUSPRESIDENT nation' war loan to the allies OF HAMPTONPOPULAR phone message from Lent Coodwine, a ,. .ls, f

showing ever made by any military "Refund" i II the term financial Inter negro, Jiving on the Krownleu place

company during its existence in eats use when they want to poatpon about four miles northwest of Starke,

GENERAL FUND EXPENSES!: Starke.: HARDING WARNS the payment of a debt, by .extending RAVELING SM.ESMAN stating that Will Hamilton was therewith 3I

TIMATED AT 18260. AND F. The day for the encampment to begin CONGRESS CONDITIONS ARE the date when due. MADE) CHIEF EXEC. the news that two negroes had

& F. FUND AT S,380 is only three weeks off, and quitea NOT FAVORABLE The nation allied with .Amerlc OF IllS HOME TOWN shot and killed. his (Hamilton's) brother .,

few recruits have been enlisted in during the war owe this government II I on the Roy Roberts place, two

In county commissioners court, at the last Cow days. Any young man Washington, July 12.-Presiden $10,000,000,000 and have signed acknowledgment In the city election held at Hampton -1 miles west of there. The murdererswere S

Starke, July 4, 1921. desiring to enlist may do to and will Harding conveyed the solemn warningto to this effect. These Tuesday \\', B. Alexander, the welt going toward Starke. The deputy

Meeting called to order by Chair. draw a dollar a drill and also one dollar congress today that the conditionof acknowledgment hear interest, that known traveling! salesman, was elected was urged to come at Once Mr. ;

man C. A. Roberta with all members for privates while on encampment. the nation won't permit the passageat has not been paid, and now total mayor following! a rather spirited Ilaisden phoned to a party on Kings-

present, as followa; J. M. Brownlee, Baseball, tennis, track meets and various this time legislation granting adjusted approximately $1,000,000,000, or one campaign. The vote was, VV H. Alexander Icy lake to tell Sheriff Ell: erann to ,

S. T. Dowling, H. P. Gainey and H. H. other sports will be carried on compensation to soldiers, who tenth of the loan. It I Is stated that 43; Jasper Allen, 2$. The vote come at once and to get Judge Green p0 :'

Williams. every third afternoon during! the encampment served in the world war. the interest charges! are increasing at on other officers was as follows to go with him to hold an inquest over -

Minutes of last meeting: read andpproved. at Jacksonville. For congress to pass the contemplated the rate of $500,000.000 a year For Aldermen the. body of Cubet Hamilton, the ,

(Two to be Elected) murdered tnnn. Deputies Raisden and :
legislation now, the president . It is now proposed that the variou
The following applications for state CARD! OF THANKS warned, "would hinder every effort of allied nations issue bonds and sc'' A. A. Durden _________ _._______.f 0 Sapp then went to the depot to Intercept

pensions were approved: restoration and greatly imperil the them to the American people at a A. Williams __-___________-___:S4 the murderers! who wore supposed ,
Matthew M. McKinney: John G. We wish to extend our heartfelt financial stability. of our country. The rate of interest BO high that they will For ClerkA. to intend to board the I 6) o'clock .,

Colson, Mrs. A. ;J. Anders Mrs. M. M. thanks to those who so faithfully assisted president made the appeal personal! be quickly disposed of. The mane A. Putin .. . -.r.Z !, northbound express, but the men' did ..

Dennison and Mrs. Eliza Nettles. us In the illness and death of before the senate, delivering a brie secured from the sale of these bond For !Marshal not show up. Th deputies then wentto

Col. A. S. Crews tendered his reals- our darling little one. message and painting, in anything but : will be used by the various countrlc. I.. H. Nodenbaugh ,._?-- ,._.__ ___30 the place where Hamilton WI&II said ,

ration as attorney for the board and P. Smith and Family. Blowing colors, the economic and fl- to pay their debt to the America ., Helen Johns .___ .___ ______ __.SS to have bucn killed, but no dead was 44

came was accepted.At nancial condition of the country to. !government.Some This is \Mr.\ Alexander's third term as found. They then came to the conclun-! ,
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a joint meeting of the hoard of sor.The day. He pointed out that the nation people are asking if these mayor of hampton and he naturallyfeels Ion that Will. Hamilton luij an attack *

county commissioners and the board board adjourned as a board of is now engaged: in a mighty struggle!: countries cannot-or will not-pa)" proud. of the handsome endorsement of. iI1Ml1nlt), and about 11 a. in. Mr.

of public instruction, Col. E. M. Johns equalizers and organized as a boardof toward restoration and emphasize! their debts or interest to the Amerl given him by hm foliow-townn- H is tic ii rtu't him on Call street, and

was elected as attorney for each board county commissioners.The that this restoration can only be can government, will they pay when men. Mr. ))lIrd..n, who was re-vlecled upon searching( him found a pint bottle .

at a salary of seventy-five dollars a board took up the matter of brought about by careful financing: the debt is transferred to citizens ? to the council, 1ms nvrxed us chairman half full of shine.

year; one-half to be paid by board of making an estimate of the necessary and reduced expenditures. The message Large American financial Interest, of that' body for many years, and the Will was arrested, and on Wednesday .

county commissioners! and one-half to expenses for the fiscal year from October dealt chiefly with the bonus question Deem to favor the refunding plan. vole given: him at Tuesday's electionis WHS given a hearing befuro Judge '

lie paid by board of public instruction, 1, A. D. 1921, to September 30, and the nation's finances, but the Juicy commissions will ho paid for a One endorsement of his record. (Green; on the charge of having: liquor .4 ,

pro-rata monthly.A A. D. 1922, and having considered the president warned congress that thereIs selling these bonds to the people.: The hold-over councilman are C. R. in bin posHpHRioii. lie was sentenced 1

resolution received from the board receipts estimated by the clerk and ""much confessed disappointmentthat Tampa Citizen. Harper, M. h.. Walterson nnd V. E, to four nionhts In the county gung.

of public Instruction of. Bradford the valuation of the property'of the so little progress has been madein henry These with McHsrs. Durden) )'

county asking: the board of county county as shown by the asessmont tho readjustment and reduction of nA TES.Q UlG UY soil, Williams will\ compose( the council RAirOKIIKaiford .. .
rolls prepared by the tax and time With such frond men in charge of
taxes
commissioners to assess ten mills for assessor war urging the early accomplishment -' :
July IS. Mix Loin Proke
general school and same having given full consideration of the of this. He also urged The first wedding to take place In her government the town Is certainly ,
purposes was !
of ,'Iennlngn Is
at homeof
the
visiting '
received and filed. Also estimates! needs and necessities\ of the county quick action on reorganization of the 1 the Methodist church at the Harbor,. on a safe and sound basis. ,\Mr. and Mrs. C.! W. Anderson this, \\ *
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from the 31 sub-schools! received and and the requlrennjiits for the different writ risk and vocational training "I( at Scituate, was xolemnized; on Thurx week. '"
purposes to meet the expenses duringthe want to emphasize the suggestion that day evening, June 16th, when Mix 8ILVKU )DOI.LAKS AGAIN IN Cllt- i :

filed.The clerk of the circuit court, havIng said fiscal year, have determinedand the accomplishment of the major Lena V. Quigley, daughter of Nelson CULATIONAfter Miss! nora Johnson spent severaldays ,,;',\\

prepared estimate of revenue and do hereby declare the followingto tasks for which you were called into Quigley, of Eastern Passage, Nova : In Mapclenny last week, takinglem'hem' ':"

receipts from sources other than from be the expenses and all special and extra-ordinary session will have n renssuring Scotia, became the bride of William Jan Intorvnl of seven yearn, exiimiiiftllon.Mpfmra. : :'}
Carmen Bates of the late the mint has rewunied, (thf' coinage of \ MnnsflrM. uml I.. C. White, ,
taxes to be levied, reasonably! to be extraordinary expenses contemplated effect on the entire country, son Cnpt I;
expected from the first day of October for the fiscal year next ensuing and the president said. He cited figures, William Hates of Scitunte Harbor. silver dollars, thereby' starting to ra- of )141 lie 'ity, were guests lit the home

A. D. 1921, to the 30th day of- for which the revenue for the year showing in detail the amount expended The church was handMoniely: decorated plnce: th 270nnO.H)0(,()() standard Oliver. of \Mr iiml Mrs. W, II. Andrews Sun., ':,r- .

September, A. D. 1922, and the said 1921 from advalorem taxation and the to date and what has been done for for the occasion with cut flow dollars taken from the treasury during tiny .
estimated > The the war to ss'Lto]l, (ireat Ilritain. Miss MiUlied, Whiteheiul, of Jack :1'
estimates having been properly certl- receipts from other sources the soldiers in the way of equipping t rs. ceremony wax performed at
fled under oath, were ordered spread will be available. them vocationally to resume their plates 8:30:: ( by the pastor, Tev.! Henry; U, Since the lust of March\ 20,000,0(10( ( sonvillo, in ,'I"ltlnght'r sister, Mm. I
In civil ]life.CONSPIRACY. Fisher In tho presence of a largo: silver dollars! have been: coined.( )During II. 1). Andrews" this week. I r
upon the minutes of the board and Kittmat; 1lo.n.: Grnprnl Fund Bmdford
the original to be file daa a part of the Count,. lor the Fliinil 1... fcndlnc 8rpmbtr gathering: of friends of the young cou( the Minio period' corresponding A party of young folks inutored to
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( SO. 1121 amounts of IIi1 certificates: issued \\'orthingttlll"clnp"lIa evening. In-
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OF OFFICEHOLD pie, Previous to the the / wero -
records of the board Is words ceremony
and In
I Salary of clerk of the circuit court
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.. county auditor and dork to the ERSNotwithstanding Rev. Mr. Fisher rendered the solo, "0 and federal reserve notes and cludcj In Die number, were, Misses :
and .
General figures FundOccupationaland as follows: Per county dom, cnmrnltmloiien and mllvaiie of.commlBnlon.cm. ....__.-. 1,700.00 I Promise Me." treasury certificates, securing them, IVrla, Whitlen, I. ica Anderson, Cora J i'J 1Jr to '

. _________..______..__._ Ron.00 President Harding I Tho bride was attended by Mist:! retired. Thin prunes will probably! 1'hOll1r'"onVilIl.' .. !Mcformlck, !lUcsnts.Sarlff >
railroad license tax___ _1500.00 .
Pay of sheriff for attendance "ulse
Fine and Forfeiture Fund- county. commliulnnrni ? ____.n_on__ 120.00 issued a warning to officeholders too Elinor Wells as maid of honor end continue for thy next five years until: and/ Walter Whitten, :Shepard, ,
Salarli of other 011'1.... and employ. actively opposing reorganization of Fred Waterman best the Treasury's reserve of silver dol- Moore, Claronco lit! <.Ii, and Messrs. U'I'
Fines! ___._________.___1000.00 ra:_ wa man.
the departments' they to have tern Is back to Its basin. Ydvirigton anti Goodmun, of Hast I
The chairman of the board of bond 'Attorney for county anmtnlimtoneni 10000 appear Hollis Young was ring bearer und pre-war ,
8uiH>rvmor' of reirlfttratlon _.-_h_.. 24000 wholly disregarded it. Their In 1914 the mint the coin- ings. \\olfn
trustees of special road and bridge! 1t.piIre to county bulldlni.iCourt -. organized the Misses Ruth Tirrell and Frances stopped t
hou.. ._...__.*.-_.... 200 00 protest against co-ordination of Alexander were flower girln. The itch- fri|? of silver dollars, when the nuppl.V Mensrs., A. 1>, arid! W. II. Andrews
district number one asked the board Jail . __________.._____n_____ iOO.OO Alsitoni to Stark [fill.1 '
to six mills for the Furniture and fixture. fort. department( operation and reduction ers were Ernest Gray and herbert of metal purchased under tho coinage were Friday. after ( \
assess use upon Jail ____________..______.__... 4S0.00 of forces has taken on the characteristics Swift. net was exhausted. No authority was noon. '"V I
public roads! in said district explain. of '
xpcniieB county bulldinmtJanltoni
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and other attendants .... 400 00 of a conspiracy to defeat the I The bridal party entered the churchto given to make' the silver dollar Until Sir and Mrs Don Altman nnd baby\ ,
ing that it the desire the
of trustees
: was LiKht. furl and water _._____..... inn 00 administration's efforts 1918, when'the who have liri'ii
to Plttman act visiting iitlativus' hero
economize.
theY strains of the bridal chorus wan nas -
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to have two crews on the nuhlitf. Inauranee _---_.......-_.._ 100.00 I
roads to do- -- - - --- Care of County pooriAllowance The conspiracy is assuming: the pro. From Lohengrin, rendered by Miss rd to enable *he' United States to: sell( for several weeks, returned. to their
regular
and one the other to do permanentwork the emergency of poorhouaea made_to..paupera.?__..__oatald-_.... 1.80000 portions of a national scandaL Dorothy Simpson, a* organist The the silver. dollars to England for the 1 home In Jacksonville,,, Thursday
Coroner InqueataFera t- Among officeholders are many whose bride was given away tiy her brother, relief of the silver famine in India.In Earl Whitten was a visitor to Olus-
when .. ,
jobs and regular work of offl." juror and wttneue -
> _____._____._... 10000 services to the !government are valuable Joseph Quigley.The 191S, Great Britain's Mesopota- tee Tu,' daV.
possible mills
and thought that six Innanlty lnulrI.Free .._ because of their experience. Theseare bride was handsomely gownedIn mla campaign was threatened by the Mrs. J, T. Nelson'. and daughter "
was at little as they could operate of officera and committee 100.00 '
Stationery and Printlnc I- not in much danger of losing their white satin with pearl trimmings. I silver famine In India. Silver, which Miss Edna, who have been visiting
with
six mills in that was way.not granted Upon motion but an the estimate Record General, hooka atatlonery. ..blankt...______etc._._._._. HOO 4BOOOAdvertutlna 00 positions. But there are many others She wore a veil fastened with orange I III India's monetary standard wan hidden here for several. week left Wednesday '
: required by law and holding position created by emergency blossoms and carried a shower bouquet and hoarded away In the hills by afternoon. for Worthinglon, wherethey ---
assessment of five mills wan paid for by' county. ______.... 80000 '
Commiiuilon raid to olTleera, t- conditions, jobs that are today of bride roses. the natives. The British government/: will visit Mrs. R. H. Roberts, before
the voice of the board. ..... ... ._......._....
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Tax .or 8.SOO unproductive and very much In the The maid of honor was attired in under war condition, could not get the going on to their home In Ocula. .
This being the 4th of July, the meeting Tax collector. u_______._.--. ,800.00
Sheriff. *enaml court work -------- m. nature of .in"cures.. These are by no> blue organdie with hat to match and metal to keep up its silver reserve O. J Grimn, of Starke, was In town
was called off until Wednesday. circuit rcoordlna and I
Clerk court. ; .* means Indispensable, and while it maybe carried pink rose*. Germany, in an Attempt to separate Tuesday.
m., at 9 o'clock 6 191. .general court work .-..._..... 100 00ExpenuMi 10Jo/
July of election -______._.-. 400 HO true that many of them changed The little flower girls were attiredin India and Great Britain and to block A. I). Andrews was a business visitor d vc"t
Indexing _ ___._____.___. BO.IO I ;
Reserved for eontinvencle. ....... IllO: .00 their whole manner of life for emer* white organdy and carried baskets "England's plans In Mesopotamia, wasIIprt'adinR' tll Jacksonville Wednesday. ; -
Wednesday morning July 6, 1921, ironrv_ tfliitv. It 1 alan. tfnia. h..t.. thawdid A. D.) Andrews l '
Total! .... 1H.2SOOOEntlmale _' -- '.. n --* -- -- -. -- ."OJ of flower the report that the govern' was a >uxlnux( visitor 'IIr :
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board met with all members present. : of Fipeiuea;; Fin and F.rf.Itora no more than millions of others At the close of the ceremony the ment could not redeem its paper cur to Lake City Thursday.S. ,

The board adjourned as a board of Fund.Year Hradiord Endln(*'..nt"Sept.. for W. the IMS Flacal who since the war have returned to I bridal_ party, were driven to the. home rencv. T. Dowlitiir: wan a visitor to Laka

county commissioners and organized Sheriff and deputlei. coat bllla In private life. These are the men and of the bride on u Kent street, where a The British ambassador appealed to Butler during the week m

as a board of equalizers.The criminal:;:: ,ca cost ea bill-*.? ;--criminalcaiM --; ;-'-; 1.000.00Coruttablea women who most vigorously an4 audaciously reception was held. The couple were his government for help and Directorof H I'. Collin, of JohriBtown, was a I'a

tax assessor having presented ------------ :--- blllala to.10 oppose. department reorgan assisted in receiving by the maid of the.. Mint Baker suggested that the business, visitor here Saturday. 1
Clerk of the circuit court' cost '
his books showing the assessed valua. criminal' cane -- - -- 6000 ization. honor and best man. standard silver dollars lying Idle inthe TonMG'hastain\ of Luke Butler, wan (

tlon of property for examination by County ea_ _judge_ __, _coat.:_-__blilai.__._____,criminal_;_;-;.__.' 1MOO Possibly If President Harding madean Later In the evening the couple lefton > treasury could he used to meet In town Friday,
the board In compliance with the requirements -: of the .peace. coat bllla Incrtniln.i example of a few of them, the rest a wedding trip. They have now the situation, and the certificates A. D. Andrew and son, Hump, Were ,
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of Section 23 of Chapter Wltneaa feel oaae_ .....n............. too.ooJuatioe will become less bold in their opposition returned to Scituate and are making against them replaced by federal r..- visitors to Oluntoe Tuesday.W. . '
B596, Laws of Florida and the boardof Court atenoa-rapher In Insolvency cooS. but he would I. Roberts of
not by any mean their home on Kent street at the Har- serve notes.Immediate. Jacksonville wa
_____._____.._____._____ 110.00
county commissioners having given Sheriffs eommliuion on flnea. etc.. destroy it. It la certain that when bor. They received many handsome action was Imperative, a week-end visitor here.
_ ___.___._____ __.._ 100.00 .
notice for fifteen days by publication Feedingpriaonen collected. . . .......-- 1000.00- the reorganization plan is submittedto gift. and as"a consequence, the 1'ittman act Mrs, Mary R. Jones, of Manning. 4 r
In the Bradford County Telegraph Pay of Juror In criminal caaea congress the Influence of the conspiracy Mr. Bate went oversea with the was passed In six days. Silver began I la visiting her daughter, Mrs A. D. .

a newspaper published at Disinfectant county and for Juntlee Jail peace and eourthoua eourta .* 100 0.00 00 will be felt, for both senators Olst infantry, 26th division, and wag to move from the !aubtreasurlvs at Andrew..

Starke, In the county o* Bradford, fiuaH Rnerved at for Jail eontln_ '_enelea___.-....__.__.._..__-. 4 aOO O.OO.00 and representative will be held to political wounded and gassed. On recovering onc The first shipments were not Miss Cora Thompson who ha, been
that the board would meet on this daya obligation by me nand women he was transferred to the 61t infantry even melted. The dollars were rolled visiting friend here for Hv.rat'day.,
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a board of equalizers for the purPose Total whose job are involved. If the mat- 5th ditfxion. 1 Into little diamond-shaped pinto* ,,.nH returned to her ham. In Jacksonville \

of hearing complaints and receiving It was thereupon resolved that the Her now ha the proportion of a national Mrs. Bate has lived for a numberof solid silver trains, guarded by secret Thursday afternoon.

testimony as to the value of any clerk of the circuit court be directedto I scandal, it will be one when year with her sister, )dr.. John A. ervlce agents with sawed off shot- Shepard Moore and Clarence Ritch MH

property, real, personal or mixed, as have the foregoing estimate a* congress tackles the commission' reports Tyrrell. runs, were rushed to the ships. waiting were visitor to Lake Butler Sunday

filed by the ceunty tax assesor of tax- made by the board published In a newspaper Exchange. Miss Quigley' :I is a jter of J. :T. to take\: the metal to India. I afternoon.

es for the year A. D. 1921, and no in this county *y one Insertion Quigler otStarke! and she has spent (
owners and that thereof properly certified PRESIDENT SIGNS NAVAF'APPROPRIATION REMAINS orjlEUO TO BE: BURIED METHODIST '
or agents of property appearIng a copy several winder* In Starke. Her friend '. .' :
for the purpose except K. L. Black be forwarded to the comptrollerof BILL here will be pleased to read the above HERE 't
of the firm of R. L. Black & Company. the state of Florida.It Sunday school, 10 u. m., L. A. Davis '
: account' of her marriage, which I la cop I '
Mr. R. L. Black of the firm of R. L. was further resolved that at a Washington, July 12.-The annual led fro'mtKe ScKuate (Mass.) Her' The remains of Private Willie Jones superintendent. .' ', .!

Buck A: Company, asked the board to meeting of this board to be held on naval appropriation bill was signed aid, of June 24th. on of the late Jeff Jones, who wasilled Morning service 11 o'clock. Subject I

reduce his assessment from $4 per th? lit day of August, A. D. 1921, the late today by President Harding.The in France In 1917, will arrive In "No Part Dark."

aCre to $3 per acre. After considering foregoing estimates shall be taken up bill carrie pproxf--"" .'. four New York today. The sister of the Evening service, 8:30: o'clock., Sub-

the matter, the board was convinced and considered and acted upon and at I hundred and ten million dollars and ATTENTION deceased, Mrs. J. A. McMillan, of thi.city Ject, "The Nine That Never Came

that the valuation of $4 per acre was the same time the levy for the :yearA. : its signing ended the technical lapseof has been notified to that effect, Back."

i In line with values on similar lands in D. 1921 will be made. navy funds which had existed since The recital that was to have been and she will have the government! Prayer m..etlneWedneaday at 8 p.

the same and other locations, and upon The following bills were approvedand July 1, when the fiscal year began. held in Lake Butler Friday evening, end the remains to Starke for Inter m. We are studying the Gospel of

motion scrip ordered drawn for same: Under a resolution which accompaniedthe has been indefinitely postponed, on meet as soon a* the necessary forrnall John. Come.
the notcnangred.
assessment was ..
General Fund ___________ __.*712.40 bill to the White House the appropriation aceoun of the illness. of some of those Itles l have been complied with. Mr. Smith desires all the childrenof "

The board took the tax books andafter Fine and Forfeiture Fund ____ 348.3H were made retroactive to who were to take part. the Sunday school and church to

looking them and making No further business board adjourned July 1, to cover up any technical deficits t The United States produces more come to the parsonage Friday at 4:80: r ;' };
over t
Some comparisons decided make no until first Monday In August, 1921. because of the lapse. original aeriate figures and an increase paper than'any other country In the p. m., for a story hour and playing c.
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changes and the books were accepted O. W. ALDERMAN, The bill represents a decrease of of about fourteen million over those world, hut it needs it In recording the game

a. presented Clerk and Audltl about eighty-nix million dollars In the first advocated by the house. lings that congress doesn't do. M. L. SMITH: ,
by the county tax assea-

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;' : '1'I., I 'I'' ',,.- !l'J .-......... !TRAVELING BY STAGE COACH HAMPTO.V and Mrs. S. B. Woodard.Mr. R. Her,ey of Raiford, was the guest-

:. -- I I and Mrs. Hen Powell and children of his brother, R. M. Uersey, during
week-end.
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In 1860 a Journey Between San An. 1 Hampton, July 15.-:MUs Lizzie! have returned: to their home at the
: tonlo. Texas, and San Diego, : Rowe, of Jacksonville, was the guestof Larkin. after an extended visit here Mesdames J. E. Owsley and Jo'! :i
'j t County News Items Calif. Was an Event -In. II. B. Peeples, Saturday and with relatives and friends. ( Phillips, Charlie Owsle)"* and Jatnoj

Sunday. returned Sunday Triest spent Sunday at Lake Geneva
I Miss Effia Sloan
A poster advertising< overland strip Miss Cecil Hall who ls with relatives, who are camping
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travel between San Antonio, Tex. and attending 1 afternoon to her home at Sampson, .' on
Ilktarsstlnf fact Gathered During the Week br Our Ban Diego Calif.. In IJO. baa been school J at Gainesville, was visiting: her- after several days visit here with her I the lake. ,
J Regular Correspondents. found, which makes Interesting reading parents Sunday. : cousin, Mici'Estelle' Woodard. | E. C. Hersey, of New River, was a

I' a these, days, of ,fast and 'palatial Rev Gibson, of Melrose, will preachat II. E. Moorer has returned' home ,, visitor here Sunday, a guest at the
I I rill[ accommodation.! "Overland to the the Baptist church Sunday morning from Jacksonville, where he spent the ,, home of his uncle, R. M. Hersey.i '
: .p,, - n --- ... Ffccinc"/ 4s th* ti&fdlnx: attracting pnb<:: and evening. ,! :past seek on business. ,i i I Arthur Moorer and Percy Woodard

rlj e LAKE BUTLER .% with their brother, S. W. Carver. ',; toe! *attention"attention to.ba th4."r.ct"fne. The poIItcan. Miss Emma 'Hick 'was a bosines Rev."Williams of Starke will preach II ,I: were visitor to Hampton Friday af.
A. E. Proctor spent Sunday at :mar tbj visitor to Waldo Tuesday the ternoon. .
Hall afternoon i
at Sunday
line baa been In'Ncexsful'oherattatoe I Hope
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t ? Lake Butler, July 15.-Haze! and' Worthington.C j three year. auflVlircpnvej'pas/ Mr: E,'D, $owe and d u'l' il1 Miss 17th fnst., at 3 o'clock. E\*I'i> Saturday and Sunday are the rey-
I t t Jewel Christie, of Valdosta Ga., spent A. Hughes has the contract to sengers "la new coaches drawn by fix Ruby, are"e.ta of; Mrs. Rowe parents cordially invited to attend. OdY'' ular preaching days at the Baptist
s; the. 'week with Rev. and Mri. S. S. install the electric lights for the town boles over the 'eptlre. length' 'Our Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones, of ;I Mr. and Mr. S. B. Woodard "" church. Everybody come.
4 i proctor.I and the work I. moving clone'nicely line, excepting the Colorado'desert of Hampton.; visitors to Hampton Friday. Misses Ida Hagan and Eloise Owi-
+I ; **lr. Raulerson It having repair work Mist Ellie Whitworth was greeting 100 miles, which w. 'cross- on mule- Dr. C.rip'te'lIr; of,Starke,:"was.a"vis I I Johnnie Williamson, of Lake Butler j Icy were visitor to Lake ,Geneva dur-
' a clone on his newly purchased home. friends in town last week. back" ltor here this week. ', spent Sunday'here.. I ing the week-end. _
I J. P. Coffin and Rev. Harris, of Mr. and Mr*. Dock Albritton and According: eto; ._ the advertisement' N. H. Roberta, of Haaira, Ga., was Master Emory Sloan has returned S. B. Woodard left Friday for Or-
Johnstown, motored to Lake Butler children, of Arcadia, were guests of coaches (eft'semi-monthly'Y.{ from- each visiting friend and relatives here this to his home at Sampson, after a few lando on a business trip.
I last week, end trips lng started on1 the 9U
Bill Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. week.J. Calvin Triest, John Hall and Blan-
with relatives
Tuesday. i[day vleit here '
J and 24tfi of the tnontli at G At-
a.
I t\, Mr*. Mary E. Wertx returned home George Markey, of Gainesville, mo tuition wal called to the fact that ID. *tt M. Mitchell, of Starke. was' a''I Samuel'VToodard was a visitor to I ton Owsfey were visitors to Starke

I ; after a visit with friend at Crystal tored Mesdames to Lake Rafe Butler Johns Saturday.and C. H.ri: : armed eeorf. actotnpanled the. coach business visitor here Saturday. Hampton Saturday. Thursday afternoon.

River. I rtor'the protection of the mall. and W.. II. McDonald, of Atlanta, 'Ga., ,
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week
'I'! several days this -- -- -- -- -
; Russell, Kinney Townsend Register spent the I
.M : Messrs. passenger through the Indian Is spending this week: here.
and W. A. Dekle returned from Orange with relatives in Starke. I country." It was stipulated that passengers You will make a mistake
i I Chas. Manaire, of Jacksonville, i* Big Reduction In Prices
Sarah Douglass attended services "- were provided with food during It order your fertiti-
,; I Springs Tuesday. Mrs. 'the guest of his mother, Mrs. M. E.Manaln you
'- I ,, ''I j T. II. Rimes, of Miller, motored to at Little Springs Sunday. the trip, except where the coach this week. I zer without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof
I I of Gainesville Stopped at public house enroute when Order Fertilizers In,
lAke Butler Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Laharn, : the :Miss Ruby Howe, of Jacksonville, is Materials, prompt shipment. now. ,
Motion pictures wer given!: Tuesday motored to Lake Butler Tues for hi passenger. own meal.was The expected fare between to pay spending a few days here this week. ': eecticides: Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .

I. evening at the fairgrounds. day.Ben Pan Antonio and San Diego was f 2OO, She had been visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
) : Hal Mamcs motored to Lake City Cordell, of Miami, was greet. : with lens amounts' charged<< ,between Turner, of Gainesville. I' JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
Tuesday. ing friends in town last week. I those stations and other point, such J. S. Summers and family returned May 20th Price List*. Nof furnishing "Simon Pure and "Gem Brands"
Leeman Rivers returned home after Rev. Smyser, of Gainesville, delivered a* Fort Clark, Tucson and El I'aso, from Providence Tuesday, where they 1
relatives In Jackson a sermon at the Christian church while it was announced that the faN had been I -
I. vii Ie.a visit with Sunday mronlng. to Intermediate stations'was'15 cent Summers.If visiting his mother, Mrs. MMgrngMMtfuqg: ; ..'MM' '''''''fl'''''.'''.,..:.............. .. :","'", ... "''''''''''''' ", ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, !uf>jij
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t l Mr. Comas and daughter, of Ojus, Rev. J. 1) Major preached at the II mil. |
file guests of Mrs. Herbert Priester .Methodist,. church Sunday mowing and FIRES two women were saying pood-bye NEW
\ I hU week. evening. ALASKA and the house caught fire, both'would
i Fate Brown, of Miller, motored to Mrs. Rosa Duncan left Monday fora be in danger of being burned to death I STORE and MARKETI
i I Tuesday. visit with relatives in Macclenny.Roy Torrent of Molten Sanv..tai.c1 before either would concede the other I
j ,{ town Wilson returned home Tues> Everything In Its Path f rSome the last word.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers and children ! Fifteen Mile. '
I visited in Jacksonville this week day after a few days visit in Lake I I I have bought out the City Market
t! II. Rosenberg and Mr. McNeil were Butler. At a meeting of the American" 'Society With gasoline: down two cents in

tt\ r l in Alachua Tuesday. The W. M. U. stuay class et Wednesday : for the Advancement, of Sck-nce, price the wary motorist gazes aroundto i formerly owned by C. B. Johns. I am
.i I: I Col. Joe Hill Williams spent Thursday afternoon, Mrs. A. C. Strick Dr. Robert F. OrtgKS/: described ',a fiery see which of the other necessities :i

r I in Jacksonville. land leader. flood which occurred In Alaska. to are going up. I now keeping a fresh line of Meats anda
at the "Valley of Tea Thousand Smokes." i
I Mrs. Elmer and daughter, Frances, B Y. P. U. met Sunday evening

I "iJ \ 'i"t I' Mrs.of Jacksonville J. E. Harper, are this guests week.of Mr. and I Il I rendered.7:30: and an interesting, program was' Here which lie found, issuing traces from of a the fissure flood..offire THERESSA- ."'j| good, clean, up-to-date line of Gro-

l '; Dock Crews of New River, filled '' Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of the molten earth sand swept through a/: roaring the fertile torrent valley of, Theri-ssa, July 15.-Her. Williams, | ceries. I IviII appreciate any trade you
the pulpit at the Christian church on New River, motored to town Tuesday devastating all In It* path for a distance of Starke, filled his regular appointment -"f :

f Sunday evening. morning. of more than 13 miles From at the Christian church Satur- j can give me. Phone your order and
1 Dr. and Mrs. Set-tier King motored I' Mary Borum entertained a few of thousands of fissure live steam, heated day night, Sunday, morning and even I:I'
Mi J to Johnstown last werk.Mrs. her friends at her home on Dekle gas anti smoke Issued: One mild Ing. I receive goods at once.
\ ) Nannie Lou Varneg and children street Friday afternoon. Several do one's cooking In any of the ftiunllejrboles. I Mrs. S. B. Woodard returned home .
iq 1 t ,' were weekend guests of Rev. games; were played, after which refreshments And that was the only salvation . Thursday after a short visit at Gra- !
';, (' Iroclor and family. were served. Those present . of the expedition for all fuel.' h4 ham and Louise with relatives |
t,,1 Mm. McMillan, of Paradise, was In were Viola Davis, Doan Chastain, been destroyed by the flood of fire It Messrs. T. B. and S. E. Triest were R. L. M OTT
Is only a few steps from the steaming '
t, town Monday. Margaret Townsend Charlotte Savage transacting business in Hampton on
r Assure to a cave In the side of a ,
Tom Dukes of Dukes, was tradln" Mary Borum, Francis forum, D glacier In order' to have the must perfect Friday. Phone 69 StarkeSomething I
t, I ; in lake Butler Monday. W. Borum. refrigeration In the world. The Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cole, of Starke, J .
J Mrs. 1>. 1,'. Floyd l and laughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kellum and explorers' tents were stt'ntn-leuted, as pent< several days here last week at wv
relatives at Guilford\ aturd YJ desire to thank those friendsfor It were, and the bathing conditionswere the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. laL ,, ,,,
\ t.f I family 11L !: """'''''' ' '''''''" :"''(''' II "" "" Jl. 1f.lIRI IRIo1rl-1I)
qf did Sunday. [ the kindness and faithful service of the best, for a stream from
Tliad Carter and Russell Varnes, rendered during the recent death of the glacier fed a crystal pure lake and
of Johnstown, were business visitors r their beloved son, John Dennis Kel- In the middle, of the lake a strain Jet
.1 t to Lake Butler Tuesday. lum. bubbled and It was possible to get any
J 1 The O. E. S. met in regular session dQUred temperature.-Scientific/ Amen
; ican.
j j Tuesday..afternoon.Mr. Booze is officially dead, but it is do- .
I i ] J and Mrs. J. W. Townsend end ing a lot of kicking around in its (cof
I' family, Miss Carrie Belle Brown and fin. B* Square With Yourself.
I I lona Chastaln left Sunday for Orange; Tile hahlt of making excuses to yourself -
Springs. Our idea of a successful politician and Accepting them will soon
1 Messrs. J. W. and R. 11. Carver, of I.i one who Is able to fool us Into voting undermine your Intellectual stamina
t' j aDd begin to sup jour moral fiber.
"t I t'I \Vclborn spent Saturday and Sunday !: fur him the second time. HereThere
1 I Be square with yourself at 'least Doing
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,- p i, Tell yourself the truth, and take DO

I J. H. William B. Z. Matthew : excuses whatever.
i List your faults and your failures,
and blame yourself for them.. List
t
1 INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANY your bad habit, and try to get rid
of them. Admit that It was 'Indolence
+ G f fo
If don't rub against the White Wash won't get it that made you let a Job go over tin
'N r you you It was too late to do It, and bad temper
; tG on vou. and not bad health that made yon

t .t The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the first edition of Its peevish with people .w ho had aright<
to expect cheerfulnpHg and courtesy
HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEJuly from you.

b 1st, carrying advertisements of millions of dollar worth of property Be your own severe but Just Judge.
i listed for aale or exchange throughou t the United State. Canada and Mex Mk no excuses: and take none. And isn't a STORE in this town that is built merely to CATCH
i 1 leo. If you have property for sale or exchange list .It with us at once. The you will soon find that you wall' need
r .l' advertising cost you nothing on commission listing It will be our hard to make none for you will have n* '5 1: TRADE! .
y luck If we fail to find you a deal. derelictions to excusr-.-John Blake In

?7 : , : ; Inter-State Realty Company/ Schell Building the Chicago Dally NVws Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted to DESERVEtrade.


its t, i LAKE BUTLER UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. HOW DO YOU SAY IT7, .
1. .
Y BTC.K.LUIUECommon
I There isn't a BUSINESS man here who doesn't DEPEND'upon
Error In English and
__ How to Avoid Them the people in this town and surrounding territory for all-or of his
. . . . . . & & & most

i I: THESE TORT," THOSE KINO. INCOME. .

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\ ji A COMMON. error, sad on* that And it IS the AIM and STEADFAST PURPOSE of these men to
with especial harshnesson
grates
I the ear,of a person who has been SERVE you faithfully and thereby strengthen the commercial and moral
-- trained I lathe correct ass of English
of OUR
position TOWN.
Is the us* of such phrase a. "thon
kind" and -these sort. How often
boar, "I'earmot bear those kind of
we
<&0 people." This town of ours is a NATURAL shopping and business center for

, "The worth."these" and "thossT.* all this prosperous region.

"' 4 1i Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE plural more) In than number oust- that the la words, they'"sort.denote"

STONE ETERNAL" "Und." etc_ are singular in noatyer.tadleattof The selections possible in ill kinds of MERCHANDISE and all kindsof
.H tee group, on* class of persons
i And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shades make ,or objects According! to simple : TRADING SERVICE are as great here as any place in the land-

ro wcti MEMORIALSRenowned sad rule the/ norm of gnuamar,' when',od the adjettr tocv&ec, and the prices more often are LOWER-because they have never been

o mat agree, la number that bv snIks INFLATED.This .
noon Is elnjoUr or piped tjcadJectlre -
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ftflhI most be singular; or fiSrat
Therefore do:not tray 1 do aobjtk* TOWN and its
FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand MERCHANTS wish to know all of bet
a those Und of people, >tmt say BE do you
EVERLASTING ENDURANCE Q not lib,that kind,.,of people," orb* t- ter. You ought to know THEM better.
tar. -I do cot like people of that kind." ,
1J (ODpnt M,.
; Three essential factors to be considered i in buying mon. I ----.0-, This i is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.

uments, are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROPRIATENESS. Beauty that U only skin deep often wThen

P You have the assurance of this :combs.i vanishes over a hot cooking range.A it is mutual SERVICE.

i when buying our materiaL
nation wise\ man never underrates the
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{ COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GA. ability of his opponent. j, ,.'

.Leading Manufacturer of the SouthField The man who knows a few thing

r tt .l 0'-Special Representative generally know them well. .

W. ELLERY DAVIS, STARKE, FLA. The fault!finder never finds flaws "

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FRIDAY JULY 13. ((921.
PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY fELECRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.


a4 : -_ ...w nan mnnnpcments: in ,
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. JUIU r Bradford County;; Farmers I 'COULD BEAT o but tton-nrrived IT never Instead reached owing at the the,to northern Solomon.faulty nnvif Island a.( all,


HANDS SHUCKING of the New Hebrides group. Here aftera
few months Menditna died a dlsajv
I GUArE DEVELOPMENT IN "PASCO son will have passed. crops' During the week I gave a Think ,About pointed and broken-hearted man.

COUNTY Professor J. M. Scott of the Florida pruning demonstration in one of our CORNAT

I _.. Experiment Station' recommends the large groves. B, .:.' A. II?A LEER
TUN
I OF
I .P GREAT HEIDELBERG
(By W. W. Myers) Brabham and Iron as among the best

Bay-Many people here are deeply LEAST .. A. WHITE WOULD
: varieties.
S Four years ago I set three-fourths CONTENTS DISCONTENT! Constructed Inr the Middle Ages, Morw
",, 1 of an acre of wild grape. root and The peas will not only furnish hay interested in establishing the June BET SO AFTER BEING BELIEVED eter Receptacle Held' 528 Hog.
enrich the blueberry in this county. Investigations ben.thth.: harrow know
and
one-fourth here of Carman and other but they will protect OF DYSPEPSIA "Tile toad heanft of Win.
,
land indicate this could be done suc Exactly! where each tooth point goerThe ;
root on their own stock. Three yearno during summer. BY TANLAC butterfly upon th. road
in February 1 grafted White Niagara cessfully.Manatee. Preaches. oontentment to that toad." The constructfon of the great" tun of

f three-fourth of BKEEDEKS OF PUIIEBRED STOCK t all ef Kipib.g'a bent poetry Ia Heidelberg, In the castle of the Princes
i the
'i; ., onto acre -We\ had a meetin of the "My wife and myself have had NOT la large type. Soma of !U Palatine of the Rhine, was begun In

e native wild root. That same year I What has the breeder of purebred truckers last Tuesday in order to study stomach trouble" says Mr. J. A. appears In the smaller character 1S80 and was not finished until more

lad several pounds of grapes. Last swine done for America T He has supplied and consider measures for con White residing on the Leestown Pike when U precede verce which !toe author than two year later.

i'' year I had 600 pounds and this year I us with farm-raised meat. He trolling inserts and diseases and the, R. F. D. No. 6, near Lexington Ky., thought were more Important. R wan composed of beam twenty

picked and sold in Tampa Dade City has provided a market for our greatest disinfection of seed. Many farmers I "and have both been nervous and run Tint I I. the cue with the lines printed even feet long and lad a diameter cf

u v and Plant City about 1800 pounds and crop- corn. lie has made possible attended and the gathering was a sue down. I above which In the bound volume eighteen feet The Iron beeping wan

; will cut down tomorrow, which will our great meat packing industry tie cess. Seedbeds are being preparedand "We could not nee anything with- serve a* an Introduction t. "Pagett. 1.100 po Ond. In weight and the cost,

j make 2300 pounds leaving probably has kept busy the most superb rail some celery has been sown al- out suffering afterwards and could M. P." figured In our money: wa nearly
200 300 pounds of late bloom on the riot But on. need not be a butterfly: to 112.000. It could hold! f)28 hogshead
or ready. sleep at We
world hauling night. regular
were
of the busy
road ,
system
There 1*
I preach contentment. many and the value at that time of the wine
1 later.
I i vines to cut down
and the ultimate nervous dyspeptics. We tried
the raw products many a man and woman living far from a ft contained wall In the neighborhood
JS These grapes sold for 20 cents He has Alachua-The sweet potato acreageof remedies without benefit
products of his business helped permanent butterfly: life that preach contentment of 10000.

r. t I I wholesale and I retailed about 300 make America the greatest coun this county will\ be large this yearand until we heard of Tanlac. I got this in the moet forcible and convincing When the cellarer drew, wine out of

i : I pounds in Tampa at 30 cents a pound. try on the globe. crops are fine now. medicine and began using it. We noticed way, which 1* by example.Discontent the cask he ascended several flights of

I I will get around $500 in good( hard Who were the breeders of purebred immediate results. We are both 1* very contradictory In wooden stairs leading to the top ;

I cash out of this little vineyard which swine? They were honest farmers, Dade-Because of high freight rates greatly improved by Tanlac. We give Its results.. It has been responsible boat the middle was a bunghole. Into

ry I 1 will\ be more than I have had from the hardly any of them ever being known vegetable and fruit growing'is giving all credit for the change of health to lor Innumerable failure It baa been which wa Inserted' an Instrument

j'I I four acre ten-year-old grove ever. outside their immediate communities, way to dairying and poultry raising. Tanlac. It is a remarkable medicine."I the Hoot forcible factor In the gnat-. made !In the form of a spout with

There is absolutely no danger of 1011o inspired. to raise hogs that would personally feel so good that I eat of> the world' revolution and reformation i which the wine was drawn up and

o r ing this vineyard from a freeze as grow two pounds of meat to the one Palm Beach-I gave three demonstrations told my hands a day or two ago thatI Gl t *. or notion thoroughly played In a vessel provided for the
a man a
: there is They begin to help in care of bees this week. purpose ,
a grove. of native pigs. These Breeders did a could beat any of them shuckingcorn. discontented with surrounding, with
!. pay their keep right away. They gof tremendous good to the communitiesIn The community council at Ritta is I meant it and believe I could law, with government and there 1* There wn another tan built evident.
in a market thirty days ahead of any now organized and at work. have beat them all." 'y succeeding" the one Just desprlhftd,
; which they lived not only by IIetUnit bound to bea cluinpe.
17.11: this JWJ feet
In : wits long find 2.-
f other grapes in the United States and precepts and examples, but by Of all\ the maladies that afflict humanity Discontent has played a considerable foot high with a cnpnrtty of 1'sno' hop
there is reason why we should riot S'minole-Foraj'e crops are doing factor In the of America
no furnishing them with better breedingfttotk. chronic dyspepsia such as Mr. history bends or 24.4:. _00 bottles Tills cask
carloads north. They want well. Much hay Is being planted. I It WitS discontent dissatisfaction
ship many and Mrs. White Buffered from, is has not been) In use since the latter
) them there because they are luscious. Many farms are being bought oropen.d the | means the same thing with the means
probably most and ,
;w As there have )been and still are op prevalent long test of the Eighteenth' oppfunf.

1 They want them there because there portunities, for these hog breeders, up by local people.DuvalDecorated hour might be consumed in describing I of world communication that led Columbus with the to rest sail of out the DISPUTE OVER USE OF CAVES

A l tire no other grapes/ to be had at that breeders the sufferings, mental and bodily I
for the
: there are opportunities. Into the mysteries of the Western
f 1. } time, the latter part of June and the of other things! corn for Instance. with the prod- of the victims of chronic dyspepsia. oceans. Scientist Disagree II to Whether

f''' J. 5', forepart of July. There is no doubt Throughout the state and nation thereare ucla of the fi'Id. the county agent'scar A morbid unreal whimsical and I It was discontent with the religious They Were Habitation or Tomb.

I that they will pay more in the North I IJ farmers and communities of farmers created endless applause from the melancholy condition of the mind, besides restriction of their home country that of Primitive Race.

I than they will pay here for them. growing scrub corn. Everyone thousands who witnessed the mam the nervous physical suffering led the Pilgrims to sail for Plymouth.It .

'f J I' Next year I expect fiO.OOO pound of these communities needs a forward moth bridge celebration parade on is the usual state of the average dys was discontent" with the laws ender Curious caves In the Miitmij-nma

r next y(>ar. looking farmer who can be of serviceto June 30. Over the car floated a banner peptic and life seems scarcely worth which\ they were living that led hills, in the province of Haltaimi near

jp I After the vineyard Is net and trel- which read: "The farmer feeds the living. the fathers of thin country to rid Tokyo, Japan are believed by gome
} work to take his neighbors by setting preceptsand world. lie fed yesterday themselves of the English yoke and to have been the homes of an ancient
1 llsi'd It is no more caret them us he feeds Tanlac the celebrated medicine was
I I of them than it is to tend an acre of examples and by furnishing us today, he will feed us tomorrow" designed especially! for overcomingthis i become a free and Independent peo- rare called the Tusclilguma or HartbSpiders
seed
with better
a corn. who lived long before the
_ i! corn up until picking time. I also Few farmers will take the time and distressing condition and millionsof gte.In any one of these Instances contentment ancient Alnos. Others think them to
t.f\ I have nine acres of tine corn and five ZIFFZiff people have taken it with the most
I
be tombs
been -the while-
trouble to select Reed corn. As a result would have worst many are convinced
C acres of Napier. grass that go to show at least one man in every com- astonishing and gratifying results It thing that could have happened to that they are merely shelters used

:, what can be done in the agricultural munity has the golden opportunity. of July 15.-MiM Avy StarlingIs seems to go straight to the spot toning America, the worst condition that by the primitive tribe' when pursuedby

,' line if looked after in fact there i.iS 1snothing and bred need upending a few days at Graham up and invigorating every organof could have obtained. It would hare enemies.
t raining providing pure
iS that amounts to' much that for his neighbors. lie will\ find it a the guest of her aunt Mrs Florence the body. stifled: progress and hindered the advancement The caves nre' nil on the southern
I
( 4/ cnn't be done right here in Pasco. Thin buBinens. And in addition Johnxon. Tanlac l la sold in Starke by Turner's of the whole world. lope. of the hills end command an
profitable .
j j is as I nee it after being here about Messrs. Ellery Thomas and Purvis Drug Store.-Adv. e e extended view of a fertile valley. This

I) I six years and riding the toboggan up he will find himself rendering a service Lewis attended B. Y. P. U. at Brooker But where discontent Is uneful strategic position argue for those

?'' 11' i and down especially the,cotton chute to these neighbors a service Sunday night Saturday night was well attended and once It 1 la harmful a thousand times I who believe the cave. to have been

.i -Dude City Banner which will mean more to him in way Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren and enjoyed. bemoan It Is for the most part badly habitations and not tomb About 200

e l 5 of personal satisfaction than will the children of Tampa, are spending Miss Annie Howard of Dukes! tinned of them have been unearthed. Seen

it \ I I'AIKYINC- ; IN FLORIDA MEANSMONEY money in his pocket. while here guests of their parents !spent the week-end with Miss! Pearl Are you discontented with your from a distance they resemble a huge
, The Florida of !home? Nine times out of ten your nwallow bank.
College; Agriculture Mr. and Mrs W, Warren.. Brown. They are BO close together
; home could be better
mode If
is to furnish :yon that the Inner walls almost
Gainesville in a position
l Misses Olive and Ora Belle Kelly Inman Harrison and ulster Mrs. really wanted to exert yourself to
Milk and buttl'rOver! nine thousand free information to the man who Is Misses Dennis Roberts of at- touch, and are entered through: a narrow
I' spent Sunday the guests of Worthington make It better
t,. .. pounds. of milk and over five hundred dextrous of starting right in selecting Atha and Opal Lewis tended the barbecue Saturday.Carl Are you discontented with your Job thnt long, low passageway low Infart
s 1 a man cannot stand uprightIn
\ ( pounds of butter have been pro- and raining purebred seed corn. Nowis We are glad to report the improved and Eurle Brown visited with ITlnrty-tilne times out of a hundredyou the. largest one. Erich: room 1 III about

{ \ cluci'd by one cow of the Florida Experiment the time of the year to Btart. Select condition of Jno. Thlgpon at this writ. friends at Bland Sunday. : ,ire not making half a* much of six by nine fret" In size ; the ceiling

Station dairy herd for the need now for next year. Ing. Mrs. John Beilling, of Wauchula :your Job as you outfit. to. I II*! domed I. end along the side Is e

; r": year l'fldinJ..lulU' SO, according to figures Messrs. C. II. and Miles Kelly, K. Is visiting relatives in this commun- Ton or* not taking Interest enoughIn ledge\ raised about nine Inches from
TilE WISE FARMER i It.
J j recently compiled by ProfoHsor I Mills, W, U. Warren and son, Frank I the ground.\ This win doubtless COT-
ity.N. You lire not trying to make -
J. M. Scott.: I .spent. Saturday at Furleton lake fish- H. Stokes was a business visitorto yourself ered' with leaves" and used all a hI'''.
and and
Job higher better.
There was a man in our town your
I Who mild Florida was not a dairy ing. Worthington Monday No tools, weapons, or household articles
j And! he was wondrous wise Try It for a few days and see If
state? Do these figures seem to say ; Rev J. H. Kelly filled his appointment Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pinkston, of contentment Is not the result have been unearthed and l there
He knew that if he wanted
!\Ju it Isn't ? Not much. Nine thousand cropsHe'd at' Shady Grove) Saturday and Bland, visited relatives in this section Are you discontented with your government are no drawings on the walls nor RnySlll''ll
have to fertilize. of
o 1 I pounds, or 4190 quarts of sixteen (ort' Sunday. Saturday: and Sunday. ? Roma writer ban set dowc: light comes n pathway from the outside. The only

more) cents a quart milk in one year, Mr. and Mrs E. J. Lewis and children Wilbur Brown attended church at the truth that "every people 1* an raves ar4 passageway. The
i It'll nitrogen that makes things green practically unknown and un-
0'' 1 That's only about $070. Professor attended church at Little Springs Providence Sunday night. well governed am It deserves to be"to visited
except by few
Said this man of active brain n scholars
I ., j' Scott. says food and care did not cost ; Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of New River other warns If your' government Is
And potash makes good strong straw not right and and If under REASON FOR COLORED
Just It
I i I the week-end with youeager EGGS
more than $225. A small balance of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Prevatt and children spent her parents
i I And phosphate. plumpM the grain. without reason then and I
i J t about $415. Still; there are some who spent Sunday at the home of K. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas. you
But it's certainly wrong to waste other who suffer ore to blame for not Mother Nature PaInted Them Thai
Florida is not to Mills. Miss Vera Osteen, of Providence,
adapted dairy-
S nay .
plant food changing: ( It by proper means and lawful They Might Be Preserved From
4'- Y I ing. Mrs. W. B. Warren and daughter,; spent the week-end with Miss Pearl and orderly procedure. Their
On wet and field Natural Enemies.
a
;) I The cow in question is a Jersey, I'll surely have to soggy put! in drains; Mrs. Frank Warren and children; f.t Brown. Breaking a law never bettered a

; Oxford Lads Jewel 271481. She: i.w is If I'd increase the yield. Tampa, spent Sunday with Mrs. Myr- Dr. J. E. Malnes of Lake Butler law. Nature equips all living things with

d. about eleven years old and has been ta Lewis, was a professional visitor here one Contentment Is the world' greatest protection of some kind against their

aS producing milk at something like this Mr and Mrs. H. Palmer and children day last week. preventive of gray hair' and wrinkle enemies

ti 1, rate for four or five years. Last yearn And after I have drained the landI spent Sunday near Gainesville, T. H. Rimes was a business visitorto It Is tile best preservative) of youth The larger animals are able, by mon -

_ when feed was more expensive than must plow it deep all over; guests of their mother, Mrs. Howard. Lake Butler Saturday. nod oapplnesH. It la the moat won.derful of their strength' to give a !food

in many a month this same cow made And even then I'll not succeed Ii. E. Thomas spent Saturday at Seeber Stokes made a business tripto antidote for an 111 nature or a account of themselves In combat. Hire"
y5 I Unless it will clover. crabbed disposition.
1 grow
and many of the smaller animals de
I"' a net profit of $350. tier record thin Graham. Lake Butler Monday.
Now acid soils will not produceA Cultivate contentment with everything '
I your la even more significant. She Miss Gertrude Johnson, of Graham, Mrs. O. S. Thomas is on the sick: list good. peed upon the rapidity of their move
clover sod that's prime; ments. But there Is
effective
w produced this year 0000.1 pounds of spent last week here guo"t of her this week. Encourage contentment wfth what nnother
So if I have a sour soil means of self-preservation known a*
milk 736.3 pounds more than lust cousin, Avy Starling. Scott Howell, of Bland, attendedthe to Impossible( of Chang" "protective coloration.
I'll! have to put on lime.
4 & .> year This year she produced 441.1 Mrs Annie Lewis and children Beu- barbecue Saturday. De discontented only with what 1* Snakes and many -varieties of ft*

"s, 5 pounds butter fat 03.0 pounds more And all these thin'lI.To lah and Ovid spent Sunday at Brook- Raleigh Biclling of Providence was UDJrjHt and do not be contented until form an excellent Illustration. Tfilrales "
i after doing ,
i S than last year. It Is certain that had er, guest: of her sister Mrs. Tom in this community Saturday. the wrong has been righted. are so colored that they blend
1 make success more sure, Th toad If he dodges all the harrow
.pr 4 feed this year been ai expensive as Stewart. with the surrounding rocks or the shadows
I'll try my very best to keep ** teeth, 1* after all not
55 BO badlyoff.
( h. last year this increase in production From wasting the manure. Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Lewis were attending Greek Mad. U.e of Tin. The exercise donbtlera does him of the "water malting: them almost -

+ ) would have offset the extra expense to business in Brooker Fri The Greek In the Homeric time.we're Invisible t<> the eye. In fact. It

5. ti ; d of feed. So I'll drain and lime and cultivate day. famlllnr with the metal tin. Cop- ISLANDS FOUND BY SPANIARD I III only when one of these protectively
With all that that implies; .
1 p ? There are few cows In Florida with per, tlu and gold wore used liy Uephanstus colored' animals move that its presence
And when I've done that thoroughly,
1 # ua fj i. better records than Oxford tad's Jew MILLER !In welding the famous shieldof ..lomon., In the Southern Pacific Is apparent.
and
I'll manure fertilize. AcblUes. Twenty layers of tin were The same principle I* responsiblefor
p t el. Some of the outstanding. records Were Discovered In 1567
? by
4 5 made by cows of this state within the Miller July IS.-Earl Peeples attended In the cuirass of Agamemnon. No al- Alvare de Mendana. the different colon of birds' eKB: *
; COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS church at. Providence Sunday luslou to Un I le found In the Odj-- The mother bird I Ia unable to fight
; year are: Noble Belle, of Covington,
1t i 11 ser." aggressively\ so she has to seek refugeIn
i (owned by M. A. Milatn Miami), 10- Gadsden-Members of the commun- night.J. To- Solomon islands In the southern flight. During the time she 1 Uaway5

f 214.4 pounds milk and 529.9 pounds ity service club of Greensboro have ..S. Brown was. a visitor to Ellis- I'nclflc long before Australia was from the nest either seeking

"p i butter fat Magnolia's Lass (owned ville Sunday. discovered, were known to daring safety from
; pleadged themselves to help beautifythe TAKE TIME her enemies or looking
voyagers.< In 1667
> The monthly contest between the JTJN a famous Spanish
by Magnolia Farms, Muncogee), !9-> grounds of the club by giving five navigator for food the eggs must be protectedIn
} named Alvare de
t 473,5 pounds milk and 500.2 pounds boys and girls of the Sunday school Mendana some manner. It Is' for this reason
4 duya'.labor and by furnishing ailed
'r butter fat; Mourler Souvenir (owned implements needed in the work.wagonsor closed Sunday the boys) being the win taut a. Score. of Stark People Have south continent from Peru Three to discover a great that they are colored to blend with

by Magnolia Farms Muscogee), 7,749 ners. The contest was a close one. WaiLing ilweim't pay. Ing brought him to the month Solomon cruhv' the surroudlngfl In which they are
i ' The girls entertained the boy at' a U you neglect "kidney backache, and laid-some of them spotted because
milk and 505.9 butter ,
pounds pounds Isabel l Island
Holmes-Fanners of this county are which he named, hi
Urinary trouble! often as *
barbecue Saturday and it was well attended \ follow. they al"eadd\ In the sand or among
pooling their wool clip for this year Doau's Pill log mate, "after hi* much-loved
Kidney for kidney ,
fat.A are pebbles, others buff-colored) or green
"
and all
5 ;; daughter of Oxford Lad's Jewel and are selling it to the highest bid enjoyed by especiallythe bttckucne, end for other kidney, ills wife. to match the aterlal of the nest

ha. recently freshened and promises!' der. boys. J. S. Howard thanked the Starke citizens endorse them. ask Meniana cruised for fill: month In

St f4 A f to be equally as good a cow as her ladles on behalf of the boys for their. your, neighbor the group and wa so Impressed with Peculiarity of Dream

mother. Walton-Our watermelon canta kindness Mr*. J. D. Staiwell Starke, xyl the richness' and fertility: of these A curious hint la !given by dream

, loupe and peach crops are selling for :Miss Dobion, of Gainesville spent "I wa* Buffering with kidney and tropic land that he named them the of thing which are Impossible subject -

S PLANT COWPEAS IN JULY FOR good prices. the week-end with Miss Mabel Brown. bladder trouble. My back hurt me Solomon. In the hope that on his re H would seem, of thought. I
Roland Thomas attended barbecue and often It turn III. countrymen would believe
!"'- HAY the constantly twinged. Distyr hardly know how to tell my meanIng -

.a. Citrus-Potato club boys are pleased at Worthington Saturday nervous headache annoyed mea they were the source from which King but fellow dreamer will be able
r- Solomon
r'4i? 1 i There is no hotter hay than good with the plants ivgcn them by the Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wat.>.-* attended great deal and tube way my kidney great temple.obtained This the gold for hi* to Interpret by their own experience.!
acted kept me In misery.' I decided story, he thought
church at Little Sun We have dreamed something. It was
about alfalfa Spring
hay. We hear much State Plant Board and have secured would
1 cowpea encourage the
\
t to try Doan'i Kidney Pills and theynelpeU colonization of linger
but if cowpeas are cut at thorlght good stands from the plants set out. day.J. ni" ,u a snort time and soon the Islands and he conceived the wake. But It I reducible to term
not
L. Brown made a business tripto
and properly handled they vainglorious ambition
stage of
rl had me feeling well again. Since becoming the of thought much les words. We hav
} I make just as good hay as alfalfa Suwannee-Farmers of this countyare Lake Butler recently. then when I hare felt any symptom king of a new Spain. On his return no grasp on It all an Image or a encation -

The greatest trouble with cowpea setting out large crops of sweet Miss Carrie Belle Brown, accompanied of the complaint coming on, a few home so brightly did he paint the yet In some remote, corner of

1 t t lay IB in curing. This Is especially potatoes. Our cowpea hay crop will by Miss Christ'tie'! Townsend of of Doan' have never tailed to re prospect' I that he wa soon able to oneself we know perfectly what It wa..

true in Florida during the rainy season be unusually large this fall. Lake Butler motored to Orarge: lieve ale: dreds prepare an expedition of many hun- It I III not a matter of having forgot
Springs to upend the week. Price $"c, at all dealers. Doan of settlers. Including his wife
ten-the oth-
)', and it 111 i during the rainy season and lIer three thing l* Inexpressible to
that the Florida farmer usually wants Oaceola-Truckers are planting peP- Mr and Mrs. Munson Edwards, of Imply ask for a kidney remedy-get were also two brother In the party en or ourself. Only itself \knowswhat

to raise cowpeas. But if they are pers and eggplants! for fall crops." Worthington attended the barbecue Doau-Mrs. Stansell Kidney Pill had*-the Foater-Mllburn same that known to fame as! connected sailors afterward with the It was, and Itself Is burled away

!sown! during July, they will mature in Saturday.A ('0.. Mfra., Buffalo, N. Y. discovery of AUltralla-Fernnndes de omewhere within ua. When vainly the'
the fall when there is not so much Lake-Many farmers are following surprise party was given at the Quires and Pale Vaes de Torres. trying to master the conception of

of rain because the rainy nea- their watermelons with cowpea hay home of Mr.\ and Mrs H. C. Peeples The expedition failed through fourth dimension we are reminded of
danger \ sick- tho* drwuna.-Exchange.'re .



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FRIDAY. JULY IS. 1921. BRADFORD .COUNTY TKLK GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGK $EVE



=- filled his regular appointment at the F assessed at th. data of th'* .......... of raelrvrtincat of aorh certificate. In th* name Tt r ARTICLES or IXCOHPORATIOV OF THE of dhtrlbutlon. i I -', ,
ARMER BROWN r In th.. name of John Crews.Unices ''Iu.n.' hereInafter particularly. set forth BTAKKE GROSt FRt AKNtK IATION Dated. this IUth day of June. A. D 1021.R. .
F Methudint church, South today, both MId certificate hall b. rrdwmwaccording Hereby ....t..... la .I that th u"d..n", H. FtlTCH. .3u
morning and to law. tax deed will) bane throi. ..... No 16B embraces "onh.t will apply to the Governor 7ltt72Pd Guardian of abov* Named
evening.J I
on the lath day of August. 1M1.Witness of Southeast Quarter. ..' Florida, at Tallahassee. Florida, on the 16th Minors ;j t
\Vifll.. Mr. Brown you sure have a W. Barber was a business. visitor my etTictel ignatur ana. Mai I Ihie FE Corner. S. I.. Ti>. < 8.. K. 1 E.. 15 day of Auaruet. K21. for Letter Patent In.corporatlng .l

to Jacksonville the llth day of July, A. P. 11121. ac'-.* L. G.lftl.ll..t the Stark Grower. AssociatIon NOTICE
field of corn. If you had all j last week. No. Ndrthwwl under the folios Ing charter
d 0. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk ( .10 proposed Th. Town Council of Stark, Fla..
gr
land ttvared of stumps and put I Wilmot Brown of Gainesville\ spent Circuit Court.. Bradford County. FteSeal No..h.t Quarter .no Nnr'h Hall Know all men by the. prmetitat That w*. at the council room July wi, .
See. 7 8. R. I undersIgned. of the of Flor Td.F. l2.
of Northwest Quarter 21. grower .
T-ll-vt-S-11.
( ) 2 th f..t a a board of th
|nt< torn you lure would' make (good Sunday with his parents Dr. an'd Mrs. Eu 120 .._. .Saul Itroa.CertiAeat ''d. h.v. this day aaaidated .together hearing complaint.. and.. I. pu.' ,,. L PACE THREE
G. \\ Brown. NOTICE ...... four aerea 'IfNW jl r. the l'urisof forming a horticulturalrerporatlon. ' aa to the of any property.1.1., or personal .-
You've got 80 acres and ..1.. .1 -
money only Nolle* la .hereby given that th* Board. olCounty c.... of East Half Southwest Quartet. under the I..of the State of or mixed a* fixed by the' Town Tax As.5550V I
-loared. Now that don't pay. Carlos Muse of Sanford spent several Commiaaionvra In and for BradfordCminty of Northwt Quarter ex I A for church Florida, a* a non-profit assocIatIon upon the for the year 1V2I. ngaln.t the' owner
30 S... 27. T. 7. 8. E. S acre*, aueaaedJennie following article of IneoriHtrstion, to-wlt I
days in at a meeting held on July .. 121 R I or airrnla of such property.H.WITT.
Yen, I know that but we don't have Lawtey last. week visitIng prepared the. following budget. of expenditure Hickaon.Certificate. Article I C. JONES .r,

roads fit to draw our corn to mar. relatives and frivndu. .. required by Chapter' hl4. A... of 1918 No. 214 embrace* North Half of The name of this corporation .th Stark. Attest i ch"lrm" CounciL 1
any Misses covering. the. General Fund and Fin and For Northeast Quarter A Southwest Quarter ofNortheast Grower C. A. 'B.
let when we have it. When we got Carrie Belle and Elnora feiture, Fund tot.: the fiscal year. beginning' Quarter Jt East Half of NorthwcslQuarter Aaaociatlon.Artlcl.. I To.n Clerk. -24-2L
Bennett of Jacksonville October. 1. 1(21. and ending, September 10. S. Northwest Quarter of Northwest! . .- ,
road from here to Jacksonville are spending ; There hall be no capital stock of said corporation ,
pond 1H2IIEstimate Quarter 27. T. T 8., R. 22 Ev 240 acres, I
load B few days with relatives and friends s Mro*. but th. aam. I* o."t"aa a horticultural NOTICE OF SALE ,.
then we can haul a to market and Fxpcneea. Ceneral Fans' Bradford association not under re
b. ... I. I'rnt. Notle U hereby given to all 1_
aid oerttfirate
person
here. for the Flaral tear EndIng September
Crusty .1.1 .
the laws of the SUM of Florida' and the purposes -
will be newcomers there in the' of W. II. Boats. d.. .
there! many II, *925Salary cording to law tax deed .1 on .. tat ** &
for which i Ia at*. to provld -
Louis the 16th day of Augwt. A. 1921. I 0.1" I. A. R- .., of tha said
home market. of of clerk. of th* circuit. court. Itself or .dml"lt..tr
B.rown. Waycross a means or agency
and a spent thlu.h estate, will thirty d. date of the
.. county auditor and clerk.. *toth. Witness. my official ..m.tu.and seal this co-operative associatIons. for the packIng .r. .
Yes that's true, but we all must get Sunday with his mother Mrs. J. E. snooty commlMilonrra. ....___.. ..' O.OO llth day of July. A. 1>. 121. oth.. marketing of and other agricultural first publication of thai 0 to thelion.
f.ult R. A. Green county Judg of Ilrsdfor
O. W. ALDFRMAN *
ready. The jrood roads are sure cominp. Brown. Tcr diem and mileage of eommlsaion- Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County Fla.Seal produrta of ita m..mb. and to provide County. Florida for an order ta at private .
Cr.----------.,.....-____.... 800.00 an through other. forth .1
DeWitt C. Jones was telling me B. D. Browning was transacting Fay of aheriff for attendance onsoury ( ) '-1.-1. I agency of dealing In all kinds of mer of the asIa or public' auction, for purpsaa, !
payment cf debts' the following described
commtMlonera. ... __.... 120.00Sai.ru. .u.
business in . or npplianeea that benecessary -
the last time I was in town that the Jacksonville the first part of other. officers and employee 1 1'11., it ma property, to-wlt i
convenient to member
or *
were good We will)\ take a of the week :- NOTICE OF APPI ICATIOV FOR TAX DE; *. In th* cultivation, production and lots eltbt (Bl, fins <49)I. and ten (1.) 1a>
jirsopects .11. thirty-six his
<" !. according to ca-
Attorney for county. ommlaalonen 104.00 UNDER SECTION BT> liP TeE ping and marketing of their' product Ilol t:
vote on bonds next October and the Henry Burney was a vUtior to Jacksonville I Supervisor of registration. ?___.._? .o.ee GENERAL STATUTES uh purposes nay buy., own, sell and deal I In the .ubl.I.I.Worthington" of J. W.Spring Fatten'. Florida.surrey A

will give just as much as we Sunday. Renal to county buildlnnrCourt I Hereby ..nU. I I. giver' that A. Z. Adklna, .1 leln' of real and personal) property, and TIde '5, K21. '5- 44
ttatc h..u... --__-...__.-.__. 200.00 I purchaser of tax ..1. numbered the power to borrow money and .
is interested in this Mrs. 'Jail . _..__ ..___._._._ 200.00 11..1 hav A. R MOR.Adl"l.t..l.
vote Every man Volley Reddish. was called to u. respectively 8. 28. 11M. 04. ll. "". 1OO. mortgage Ita p."P to secure the payment of Eetate f
Furniture and fixture. for Ill 114. 116. 1BO. 14B. 170 171. 176. I*2. th
of
deal that has a bit of land in the coun. Plant City last week on account of the Jail ?_______..-.-__, 1r-Tirr_ 4(1000Bxpemea ( lf>.. IBS. 1HII. IKK 11. 208. 206. fibS 2IIK. 20*. asm 'Artlcl IIITh o B27tI4. '

illness of her sister. of county utilldinra,- 210. 211 22K. 'laaued by th* lax Collector ofBradford ,
ty. Janitor.. and othr attendant _... 400.0A County Florida amid. eertlftratea principal. place of business of saId Association I .OCS
teat season thousands of autos Miss Mittie Pad ett visited relatives Light fuel and water _.....?..... BOO 00 In. dated July 111'". baa filed paid I. to be In Stark. In the county ofBradford. In County J. C..r Bradford Count
through Jacksonville for the Insurance ..................... *00.00Car Orates In my .."'h and has mad application'or .. Utato of Florida. Th meetings. of FI..ld. In P.b... SI'C
paiwed in Brooker last week of County noortAllowance ,- tax di louthern part of the state. We cot M. L. Loadholti of Jacksonville made to pauper outald Said' certificates, respectively embrace the at .lt place not lea than .'In each ..nth Koala,
,
of ttoorhnuMi* .._....._..._.. 1.800.00 lands In Bradford ..rld.. I Ar. IV d.ssasadfliadas \ :
few of them here because when : Coroner f..I..ln. .untF. shall!
very was transacting business here Wed- InquenUr j I of I Th term for corporation
tht
th of the such
inquired about the roads they hadto Fee of ..II....... juror and wit- _In dte .u.n. hereinafter exlat I I. fifty (Sill year f.m the date of the Hrby .1...1_. .I".lclat by law. I.'>
they nesday. I .,_.. -.-......._..?__. 100.00 .m.forth...1..11' loeu.n.of letter patent.ArtIcI. to 0 *. of Fxlre .. Jer. ; 'jllf
tell them. It is nearer to go straight John Mart, of Highland was a visitor tnftanlty Inqulrleairee CertIficate particularly No. 8.embraces t..f. Quarter V aey en of W. If Boaaiand Mrs. Oeo. K.lloala :
!"th..t (who** residence' unknown and whaI >
of nOire and Committee. 100.00 That any person who> .la a bona-fld grower .
louth via Starke but we've no roads to Lawtey Sunday. Stationery and of Northwest Quarter Jt No..h..t Quarter the wife of said Deals). and I'J rI1t
Printing i- may become a member of thIs AssocIation tip- 0 I .
of Southwest 81. Tp. 4 S.. .
Quarter
down the East Coast W. fieneral itatlnnery' blanVa. etc.! .. SOfl.OnRitcrd S. ,. on being .... by the mem- each of them ..". . being th only, I 'I
If they fro; you E. Torode and R. 1> E.. 70 .I. t m.mb.hlp
son Edwin acres ,
were book _ _______________ .(0.00Adv..I.I" lI.n WIII.m. *.*. I..I. claiming any noaseaalon. right tltla
.
pet Rood hard roads most all the way. visitors to Starke Sunday.S. required by law and C..I..t. No. 28 embrace. East VIThat In or t the I.nd hereinafter described I
had roads all paid for by ".."ntF. ____...... fiOO.00 .""' s. 86* 1. B S.. R. 1 th. Ar..l..r and the propertyintereata or any part .. .r I That A. ILWoor.sa /
if good that _... .
I .uln.
Now we W. Leach, of Jacksonville was a C"mml..lon., paid to officer I- E.. SO aerea. I.k. of .every member of this ..ml"I..t of th. estate of W.

travel would come this way because it visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Tag a Me.!or ..u_._._....... *.(too.00 Certificate No. 68 .m... ... l.uth Half ofNorthwest Association shall b* equal H It, 1:1 in court his
Ta,. collector. _.____.....____._ t.HOO.OO Quarter 21. T. R. I E., Artlcl VII : writing, .h',, oatli
is They would see our good Mrs. E. E. HO acres. aeaessed J. C. .... and ... thsrshy
nearer. Burney and children returned 'herlff. general court work .__...__ 100.00 .. of thIs as 1'lvldr by law.
Centrical No. 14 embrace N I-S of North. Th busIness and affair eorporatkashall
Clerk circuit .. order b mad court
land, many would stop and buy some home Friday from Live Oak general court court.work.recording_.._ ._and__ 200.00Fxprnnea went Quarter of No.n..t QuarterIB lo A. b* tranaacted by a board of directors empowering an and authorlalng* him a thl''d adtnlnlatralor .

of this cheap land and begin to improve where she spent about two weeks with of election. --. ......-?_? 40000 Alas Com. at NE Cop .... Quarter of and a President and Vie..Prealdentl shall alas I *.be.IdI..ld.nt to tth possession of aertatn n
Indexing,' . ._ .._ ...._._... 260.OOKeaerved Northwest Qu.n. 4t run W 1 Fd. S 14* and V. P.ld. estate) a* aaaet of saId estate for the
-? .
it as soon as we get good roads. her parents Elder and Mrs. II. V. for contingencies ........ 600.00 2-8 yd.. E 112 yd.. N *45 2- pt of President and VI. President of Mid Board of selling, th* same to pay the dehta .14
of land will advance 100 beg-4 A. Sec. 20. Tp. 6 8., R 21 E.. 17 of Directors and each of them shall at the' I estate. ....11.1 ald real estate In aald petition.

The price Skipper.Mrs. Total . _..__.____..-_._..____. m.2 000Etlmte acres, assessed G. C. Sapp. tlm. of filling aald office ... a member of .. aa follow I
per cent. See what is has done further B. L. Blanchard and daughter .t Expenaea Fine and ForfeUar Certificate No. 94 embrace. B 22 1-2 A of this AssocIatIon and a director in aam. I and II. lota eight nina and ten In Block' Tlrp L.5
Fand Hr-.df.ird. C*.nty. far the Plural Northeast Quarter of Southeata Quarter. Sec. 'hi Association hall also hav a Secretary alx. according to Second dIvIsIon.
south where there are good! roads Helen are visiting relatives in Melrose Year. Ending. Bept. >*. lilt 9. Tp. S I.. K. ID E., 2.c. an.es.ed AM Treasurer bath of which. office may he. I J. W. Patton lh of th. town of Worthington '*
and poorer land You can't buy farm this week Sheriff and deputle coat bill In Keith. filled by on. and the. same ..... Th number Florida. 4 I

criminal' caiea. r ....?._.__.... 1,000.00 Certificate No. KB embrace Southeast Quarter -I of director <'f this Aaaoriatlon hall b* It I* frn. represented In saId petition
lands less than $200 to $300 per' acre. David Durban Jr., visited relativesIn Connuble. gout bill- In criminal of Southeast Quarter of Northea.t QuarterA even I but the AssocIatIon without amendment that t h. 0 personal property belonglnTto ,

If vote bonds next October then i cares .--.___.?____......... BO.00 East Half of Northeast Quarter of Southeast of Ita charter\ may at any time, said estate. and that th* saId .ta. Ia In.uehted. .
we Jacksonville the first of the week. Clerk of the circuit court, coat bill Quarter .. S a I.' A.. Sn. 17. Tp. S 8.. R. IB two-third vote of directors. I Increase FI' and that necessary to .. said

take the state fund this part of the Monroe and Alice Sapp returned to : 'In criminal ea... . ....___--... BO.00 E.. 27 acres. assessed Bertha Prlee. directorate and may.t any time, .n. ., real estate In o..to 1 I pay said lndehtednsa.Now .
County judge. coat bill. In criminal' Certificate No. V" embraces West Half of Increasing the same. by a similar' It. i and each of you her*.
state will come to the front. Larger their home in Jacksonville the first of cane* . ___._..____._____..__... 160.00 Northeast Quarter of Northeant Quarter A. board of director decrease ,Ite directorate. a* Inbrot'h..r"named and all other prnn In.
farms will be opened more cattle and several Justice. of the peace., coat. till In Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter A. I said director shall tee fit I but at no time .1.111 j jth t. In saId landa. or any. part thereof,
after
the week spending criminal cane __ --..__._. BO.00 North Half of t.'h..1 Quarter of Northeast number of saId. director b* In... commanded to appear before the
hogs will be raised, our home market weeks, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Wltnena fee . ...... .___.--_.? BOO\ .00 Quarter Sec S.. R. 18 K., HI) acres, a ...t.number than nine, nor decreased to =.I'd county Judg* or hi. possessor In
will be better and enterprisewill Court atenographcr. In 'InNolvency eaiie . assessed R. W. Williams.Certificate a 1 leaa than thra* Bradford County.. Florida, at .
money R. Sapp. . .-________..-____n_...,. 50.00 No. 100 embraces South Half ,.f! I That th* name and residence. of tb offlCera . a. m., on the 20th .of July. A. .
come in and then this will be a'' Henry Bennett of Jacksonville\ was Sheriff''* eommiMfon. on fine.. *t.... Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter I and director of thIs AssociatIon .h are 1921 to show eat,... If any you or either off
; eollt.cted. . _._..u_...__...____ 100.00 Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter to conduct the busIness. for the first and you hoe why th Mid petition should not .
country worth living in. Capital is transacting business in Lawtey first Feeding prisoner' . ._____..__.... 1.000.00 Fast Half of Northca.t Quarter of SouthwestQuarter. until their' successors shall have been .,.W be granted a
what we want here to clear and develop -: ,of the week. lay of juror In criminal .....* Sec. 17. T.S B.. K. 18 E., HO acre, and hall have accepted ..".. arai Witness the Honorable R. A. 0.. County
county sod justice to.... court 100.00 assessed Unknown.Certificate R. ll. Bower. 1..ld..nt. Stark, Ford. Judge of Bradford County., Florida, n"do
our good lands. But we will not ; Harold Pearce was a visitor to Dlalnft-ctant for J.II and eourthouic BO.00 No. 118 embraces Northeast Quarter - 1,. C. P..t. Vice President. .. the seat of saId. court,.this Jun 9th. .

it to come this unless we do I I maid; at jail _____..___..._ 48000 of Northeaat Quarter, Sec 2, T,.. S S.. R. Ceo. Secretary-Treaaurer, Stork, 1921 at Stark, Florida
get way Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. ftpeervvd for contingencies ...__ 500.00 20 E.. 40 acres, assessed. Mr. M. K. Clark. Florida. R. A. SRCFN.
something ourselves.If Hattie Black of Wateroak Certificate. No. 114 embraces Northeast Quarter Director t R. D. Bower, t* C Preaeott. Oeo County' Judg for Bradford County Florida.BEAD .
I Total - ---.--.-.-.......---. I.5s0.00BANE ..r N..rh..t Quarter A West 1.1 of Welmann O. C. Cady J. Underbill. A.Bronke ( ) 6-17-Bt-7-li
lose this chance
we to Ret good was a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday N..h..t Quarter See II. Tp S 8. 20 A. Stern, all of; Starke. Florid

roads this part of the state! will b as while enroute to Jacksonville. E.. 120 aerea assessed Mr*. M. R. Clark. In wltneaa whereof, each of the said IncorKrator TO CRFDITORH AND DEBTOR
STATEnrftNT Certificate N... 118 emliracaa Southea.t Quarter and member of thIs Aaaoriatlon NOTrl. having claims ''It,
dead as hay for the next ten years Mike Futch happened to a painful Report of the condition of the Hampton of Southwest Quarter. He*. 20 Tp. S S.. R. affixed his hand' and seal on thIs agaInst" .nd.1 C.person S. I. ot
II.... Hank. .1 hampton In the Ito K., 411 .. assessed M... M. E. Clark. O..ln. \,
or more. Just think of a main road accident last week while tearing downan Stale of Florda IKth) dar of Jun.. 1"1 the county of Kradfoid State deees'ed. >
at the clew* of bualnea.. Jun. 80, 1921. Certificate. No. 1HK embraces West three.uuartera 1). (Seal 1 will their claim "I"d., .
from Jacksonville straight south to old building when he stepped on Reaoare ..r S..uth..t Quarter of Southwest R C. PRFBOOTT (1.1 ticated In tha present undersigned dull "
Tampa Lrftana on real estate _-____......__ 21.079.97 Quarter A South Quarter uf Northwest Quar.ter OEO. WFIMANN (IM..I will I lie forever w.h
hard roads in they
connect with good to one year or .
; .
a nail. Uoana on collateral vecurity oth.r of Southwest Quarter. Also com. 110 yda N O. C. CAD I-I all Indebted to the said *stat
Miami and all the main points Louis Marr visited relatives in High- I than real, estate. ...._____..._?_. S.40B.20 of SW Cor of Northwest Quarter of Southwest. J. I. UNUF.RHILL And required iK-raona to pay their said debts to ,.
I All other loan. and diitcounta" ..____ 1H.B7M.ISOverdraft Quarter A run 147 ... N 110 yd. W 147 A. 1IRONKK.: (flush are forthwith h
south of here. Why there' will be a land Sunday. _.____.______.n. ... 555.85l'nlt..ib Td.. S Ill ribs .I I........ y.... Eft. Tp. SR., R. 21 A. BTEHN (Seal> aid Dated Arimlnl.tratrix this Hth day of June, A. D 121.

stream of cars passing through here Loadholtz of Jacksonville State bonda ___..____..... aim.no) E.. 4tt ... assessed Theo Tlaon.Certificate State of Florida. County' of Bradford I MARY LOUISA IUIRI.INl.510.QI.04 .
Gus thinking. home furniture fixture. .. 4.8118.R8) No. 143 .nlhr.".. W 26 '.s f of llefor m*. the underalgnsd .utho.IF. per ) Administratrix,
the year around. They all leave some spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives l>ue from Incorporated banka 1.555,55 I*** B A 7 of Hlk 17, Original' Town of 1..h. appeared R. 1). Bower, .. 4
will Cams on hand -_-.--.-,:---_:::::: 2,244: .B In Northnast Quarter of Southwest Q..t" .nn.l.. .' O. C. Cady J. L. Und..hl. -- -- 5
money wherever they go and we here. II.. 2*. Tp. S 8.. R 22 E.. aaaeai>d Theo TisonCcflIlicate A. Ilronke. A l..m.. who. being NOTICE OF APPI 14-ATION FOK TAX lIKED
Total .. ... o7.24D.42 No. 170 embraces South Half of that ha aulsierlbrd hi. ITNDFK HFCTKIN 678 OP Till
,
get our share. -------- ----- ---- each by says
James Goodfellow left a few dlyaR'O Uabilltl. South Hslf of Lot It A South Half of Lot 10.x I name tn the.ahove.. proitoaed charter of the (ENk.RAI. BTATU1K8Notice :

A man who votes against this road for New York. He will\ spend several Capital' stork paid In __-_._____..._ 15,000.00 N 12 A. II. 7, Tp. 7 1 I., R. 80 E.., 48 I, STARKE GROWERS' ASSOCIATION for th* I I. given that J. M. Conner.pitraliaacr .
proposition votes against his own in Surplus fund _......____-___..... NOO.00 .... assessed J. M. lh... and purpoaea t herein. mentioned of h..hl.".<1.. N... 68. dated the
months in the North and Easttransacting Undivided profit lima. expense. and Certificate No. 171 South of .Subscribed and sworn to before me tuba lth 7th day of July, A. 10m has filed saIdcertlllcate

terest. business. taxca palill. .- .___..____..._____ '''0.22 Lot 4. ". 7. "'". 7 S., 1..20.f. ."I.1. aes.ed *- day of June. In my ofl.* and hoe made application ., 1ftY
Individual di "noalta aiihjrel* to check.. 22.800.21 L. T Ftliaw.Certiorate . 1V21.EVERETT M. JOHNS. lax to .laaua In ,.. 'f "T1
That's just my idea. If we get good Time certificate* of drtioalt __._.. __. 17,01200Canhii No. 178 emhraeea Lois 8 A. 4 of PEAL ( Notary. Public. with I.1..1 Held certificate embrace .o.e.n.. 1g to '

roads this country will soon be like PINE: HILL >r'a check. outstandIng _.____ 147.84 Klk I In Ward City. See. H, Tp. 7 8., R. a) My commission expire. July 10, 1928 I I lowing .draerltied ,... ". situated In Bradford 't .,.
E. assessed L. Morgan.Certificate 7-8-Bt-8-S. rlorlda to-wll! '
the prison farm-one beautiful>" -* Total ___--.-..__._ .....-'_.... 67,240.42 No. 17B embracra I A I i lilt snooty 12 H L. Nrwuim'l de In I.k Butl '
I..t \ II '.lUlao
with the best climate in the Miss Martele State of Florida. County of Bradford aa.I II of Ilk 7 In Ward City. S., GUARDIAN l In. See. 80 B. 8. It. 20 .. Th. land .
11. OF 11'
country, Pine Hill July 15.- I. A. A. Flitch., Caahlrt of the ahove, named NOTICE I'IAII the .Issuance of .7lorn
R. 20 ... .d O. M. llevlll and . For. .. at the late tr
U. S. It's bound to come. The North larrtll of LaCrosse, and cousin Lois hank do *iili'mnlv .w... that 1h" above atatmint .- aythCertificate( Thirty day after. date hereof .I In apply and ,' ...In.certificate. . In the name of J_. !nnner.Unleaa sthJ
( County I
A. ;
I I. to the Hon. R.
true to th. best of knowledge and I' redeemed ate
lie
my I bll
benefit of Nri 1 Nr..nlrnces Southwest Q.ar.Icr ;. : Slat of Florida" for I Ian said e..Un. *
is crowding South to get the of Mrs. Verlio belle for County of
Davis A. A. fUTCH.
r
were guests of Northca.1 Quarter A )..,th..t Q..r to at .. or public auction I cording to law tax ilced, will issue thvreon on .
order
our climate. They will bring capital Johns the latter part of the past Co.t--A A.: A. MCDONALD. .""'". of Northwmt Quarter A Northeast Quarter of the .1 described landa. the property the Ktb. day of August, A. I). 1 2I.Wttiieaa seal thlaBy
f.lo.ln. and
official signature
Southwest A N..h.tu..t. of
Q..r FuUh Elmerrutch my
And improve our wild land. That willrh'e week.A A. A. WTUriEN. Southeast Quarter. 8.<.. 52. Tp. 7 8.. R. 20 E., of and Elal. F'h.1 I the fh day or July. A. I' lOll. 11(11( -
(;.FRTIE I
employment to men who wish to crowd attended baptism on ... MrltONALD. Director 1M< arms ..._.." Unknown.Certificate the Northwest Quarter i i 0. ALIiItItMAN. ,
large Suluirriticil and .rn to before me this Hth The West two i'hf ( Court. .
No. 1R4 embraces Quar.ter ..... of .Real) l.ul
l.u'h..1
dy of July 1921. of the Quarter No..h..0
work and will also raise the price of Sunday morning.! H. O. IIROWN. A West Half of Soul beaut . Sec *, Quarter of ? TownshIp Rn" I A. Clerk. dat Ii

land and town property. Miss Rosa Surrency spent the weekend Notary Piibllo. Tp.known.Certificate 7 .8., It. 2 F.... Roll sores, a see.c d tin- 12 r.." containing' I..acne. for th. ... 7-8-51-8-6. 1".tF '

Here comes Cy Perkins. Howdy with her aunt Mrs. P. M. Barefootof No. 1H6 emliracea Southwest Quarter :
NOTICE OF ATM ICATIOK FOR TAX DEED of Northeast Quarter Ree. S. Tp. 7 S., R ,
Cy: we were just talking about the Brooker. VNDFR nrrriov! tit OF THE TOWN TAX NOTICE
21 E. 40 acres, as.es.ed will .ul'l .t vol.11. ...
(rood)( roads. You're for it, aren't you'Sure Mrs. L. M. Gay and daughter AlOe GENERAL STATUTES' Certificate No. IHfl ...lnkn..a... ... Quarter NotIce I. hereby MONI.AY gIven IN that A1JOIJST.the fnllwlng 1021.11 dcaeribad beIng the lands I.t day said m.n.h. at f..k..t..n. -
Hereby notice .la given that L. ". Hill. pur.ehaner of N..h. Quarter A East Half of Southwest nn the' P'lltT will I
I am. I'm going' to vote for it Le'e. are guests of her parents' Mr. of tax aal* ..nlll....... numbered rea.pectlvely Quarter.Sec 15. Tp. 7 *4., H. 21 E., 12ta.'rrs. In the County t.f Bradford of FlorIla, or the sO h togeihec thereof as with :III.".1051-i":::I I.ne "I
and time "* labor 60. ,.1.. of 1908. and 57, 11 H. 70, 7B. assessed Unknown. the amunt tlue for tasus :set ojpoaits :: B1I.AB' KITP1.
am willing to give n and Mrs. J. E. Clem on". 76. H2. MS. H4, )NK. Hale of IVIO. '......,..d hy the Certificate No. 1HH ,embrace Southeast Quar. advertlalng.Description. Tax Collector Town of ... Fla. C

to hitch on to the main line.That's A. L. Greene and family, Mr. and tax rnlleelnr for Bradford County. Florida tar of Nonh... Quarter A. Northeast Quarterof Tax
aid certificate. 119.f) .. of 10ne. Southeast See 8. **
being dated Quarter. n. 7 R. 21 11
a good idea. Been to town Mrs. J. E. demons A. B. Surrency Jun. 4, 1VIM ; aald eertlflcatea 57, SH. 70, 7B. E.. NO aerea, ...**..ed E. H. "T. 'I 1-. R. A 0..1 I Ceate. jts
Henry 7A, H2. Mil H4 and RII b.h.. dated tho 7th day Certificate No. 1111 .emhrsee West Half of Lt.I&4ofHlk41InL.T. .
today Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johns of July. A. D. 1I11H, and h.. filed the paId> Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter, See. A Co' die _...__.__.____..28 I 2 ... J J Aaarona -......___._...804 O -

Yes, my wife had to have soni" ilarkey and son, Tom Mr. and Mrs. certificate In my offln. .nd ha. made application 24. Tp. 7 8.. K. 21 K., 20 aerea, aaaeaied J. E. Lot I .of .1 42 ,, L T. A Co'a .._..._. 1 01 IWr"_ J "E.ly

Klaus I found .."..l nW'tt' attended church at Lit for tax deed to laau. In accordance Tory.Certificat., j sub dlv _. ___..____ -___---21 0 22 .-_ Julius Butler Canovat - __._ 12..' I ,
! jars. as u G. W. Hazen ._ Mrs Eunice ?
with law the said eertiflcatna respectively No. 208 embraces Southwest Q.... Tllk 9 of Temple' add ... ._____. I 22 J 'Ir
C. Jones was selling' them cheaper tie Springs Sunday. '- embrace th. following land In ter of Northwest Quarter Bee. II. Tp 1 S.. One lot IOB square In SW Cur .. .. I.tl
lit Bradford ....unt". Florida aaaeued at th. date R. 22 E.. 4. acres, assessed Mr.*. Ellialieth., C. of 8WU' I 8WJ4 ..-_. .___...28 2< ... 1 W Drlggeaa -- - t Il
than any one else. I bought screw Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Greene and of the uwuance of aid certificate. 'In th* GrlfTI.. Five ..... In SB Coy of SHIFt of MrsAEPrivgufl.se.--. 9991tlk5dInIoT.&C'A'55UbdlC..RI ,

top jars pints, at 76c; quarts at 90c; tie children and Mrs. G. D. Falrcloth forth name*towltiCertlftcate respectively hereinafter particularly set Certificate. No. 2 7 8.. R. 22 E., 040 aerea, aaaeaaed Paul _
2 quarts $1.25. Glass tops are lOc a visited at Sampson lake Wednesday.The No. S8, ..1. of IBOfl embrace Bm Lola 54 B A of Blk C In RI.In. .- Onann .. 4.41 io
\
dozen less than cost but visited the homeof Northwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Certificate No. 206 embraces East Half of .'. add . .......-...........28 I I -- Eltiert --
That's death angel
more. North.>a.t Quarter. Rec. 24. T. 5 8. K. 112 East N..h..tu........ A .Quarter, ofNortheaat Lot 2 of Illk 48 In L. T. A Co' ... Goodwin . ...... l.n I. :
N".h..t
........__.__......28Lota I Jul. - -
he's got the goods to sell. James Crews Friday morning and 10 acrm. aiuensed Harsh Edaell.Certificate Quarter Northeaat Quarter of sub dlv . .. I
No. f7! embrace* Lota 2. 'I. 4. of 0 7 S of C In Hlalnii'iOne .. .... I
Northwest A West Half Southwest .
Big: bunch of folks will go from took away the beloved wife. She was or II A in Northeast Quarter of Northeant Quarter A Quarter Southeast. Quarter Re*. IB, Tp. 7 add _ __..Ilk ____.._..._. .1 I. P D Hlcka ---- .

Starke to the big Hampton picnic on laid to rest in New Hope cemetery on Quarter S. 1. T. 6 8., R. 22 E.. IB acre*. 8.. R. 22 E.. 411 aenw. aaaesaed Paul' Dma.Certificate ,lot bounded S by Hogan alley
Bt N by Jack-
aaNeaned Unknown. I VON Northeast Quarter W b* Bay A W .- .... : e
next Thursday. Let's all go from this Saturday morning.M. Certificate No. fW embraces Tot .In Wo. A East Half of Northwest eb.Quarter A South Com"l"B7H_---.."oY"NE""Cor'of _21 I 2 1..lln..rr

neck of the woods. A. Clemons and family have awiewed lawn flee Unknwn.CrrtIflc.t. 10. T.. S 8.. R. I 10 as.es.ed Half Bee Paul 22. Ttru Tp.*.7 .., I. 2 EaSt, tfiO asres. Hoyt A 8..01.0 ft E ... A. run .A . ., 1

moved to Brooklyn. No. 70 embraces Southeast Quarter Certificate. No. 209 embraces All Sec. 2. F: lllB 8 f.ft NIDI to beg ....--W-,._106....2B t 1 F R Hale ._.----... 848 .
and Dave of Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter Tp. 7 S., E.. '40 acres, aaassaed .
LAWTEY Lot.sa4Offlik4SIfl1T
Messrs. Tom Markey Sec. *12. T. 5 H..- R. 22 E., 10 area. -I..ia. I. 2 A Co's sub dlv ._.....-....._1 t 2 Jess Johnson ... .. I
friends Wed (to.. J. AmoM.Certificate Be.
Greene were guests of Certificate No. 210 embrace All 24 In L. T. A Co'ssub
Lawtey 15.-Dr. E. L. Biggs No. 7B embrace L tt. Wo. Tp. 7 8., R. 22 E.. 840 acres, aaassaed Paul Lot 1 dlv of Ilk. _I.___. _-__--.1 t 1 Raymond Jackson ---..-. ,..,
July nesday afternoon.Mr. lawn, 8ec. 16. T. 6 S, ... Bma T. A '

of Starke was a professional visitorto and Hrs. A. B. Surrency were amI'd' Herman flhaw.CertlfleaU R 2 E. Certificate. 211 embraces All, ex West I, Blka sub 87 dlv 88 .A...44.--In_--L..--.._______-" I" .._ A 0 J.nkl. .__.__ 14 tl .
No. 1S emhraeea Lot In Half of 2n. Tp. 7 B.. A Co'a sub ,
Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. in Brooker Saturday.Mr. 'lawn, See. 16. T. 6 8., R. .A., 10 Wo.. K. 22 E..t.uh..t.Quarter. Broa.Certificate E>dlv 4. f.lk.: 8.In L.: T.: .. .._2 I" ... Clifford Johnson ....__-._ 7.88 ; )(

and Mrs. R. R. Thede were visitors and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and chU- aaseaied Certifies Unknown.No S2 embrace. Lot BS. Sec.IS. of Northeast No.Quarter 22H_A.East ", .... Quarter Southeast Ix"i8"A"d"ol"Blfc"8t'l" I. ..AVV2 ..1 I 2 .._ R" J.nkl.. _....--... 18.lt

to Starke Tuesday.A dren were guests of his parents Mr. 24. 7411. 2fl. T. SR.. R. i2! E.. Town of Quarter. of Northeaat Qu.f.1. Sec. 22. Lo.. irsrmrff-- -
Lawtey E of R,.. anaeamd Rosa _..__. .. I.. Mrs. T._ Llt. ....... I OtO
Mr. and Mrs. W "o. T... 8 S.. R. 22 E.. Ill acres, asseaad J. D. In.'. add ._ - --.2 -
son wa born to and Mrs. D. W. Hazen, of Brooker on Certificate No M embrace* Lot 59, Sec 2B. Thompson A. D. W. Moor. On. lot 62 ft E A W by SOl
C. Wooten Friday.Mr. Sunday. 24. SfB. 20. T. 6 S., 5*. 22 E., aa** Chss. Unless said certificate. shall he redeemed according ft N A 8\bounded E by I. r.Rhoden

and Mrs. W. E. Torode and J. W. L. Pinholster was! a visitor to I 'arker Crtlnct. No. *4 mhracea l...t S In Otta the *Iftth to day law.of tax Aug-tnt.deed A.will D.Issue 1(121.Witness .thereon on I.nd" *A. by. 17"t.t.......-;..1 I I I Mark .__._ I.1 'art' I

children visitors to Starke last SD| In Eat Lawtey. _. 2(1.( 24. 2B. 241. T. my official .Iorn.tu.and seal this 2V 40 111 81! II .55 I.. .. C R Mark .. ..
Saturday. ..
were Worthington B. S. N 22 E.. assessed Chaa. Parkar.Certlncata the day of July. A. O. 1921.a. Dowllng' add ...._.... ..28 - ---- .
Thursday. Mrs. J. E. Clemons is visiting hn No. SI) mbraeea all Southwest 12h W. ALDERMAN. W.( 01 Lota 1 5 5. all lo4a of \

E. J. Roberts returned home Saturday I daughter Mrs. A. O. Kersey of Ou.Quarter. east of Southweat of Klngsley Quarter road. 8..of.. 21 Southeast T Clerk Clr"I Court Bradford County, F.. Iota. 1 4 8.f A 111k. 1 I 4 W of t Blk
I B S.. visit to Jackson R. 22 E.. B acrea. F. IS In T. A I
from few days this week. C Rt..r L
a Gainesville T. A
48 In
i'nL... saId be red.d ac.cording 2 A of Ilk 1.' H O Pie-ford .... __.. sI.ntsS&Iufliik27iflL.'i'
..h..1 ___
ville and St. George Ga. 1 Mrs. R. J. Oliver and daughter Wil. to law, tax .. 'Isaue thereon PAI.ENotboo that under and by sub die _....____ _. 2 -- -
la hereby given
Mrs. Hattie Black and Miss Dora lie Mae and Cantey were the guests! on Witness the 16th mr day official of August alvnatnr A. *D.and 1>21.aal this virtue of a final decree of foraciosurs m.d ( '. "' _____._..__..-- I _2 S 22 ._ P 1 Illggs. ...__---- ..I

Clark, of Wateroak were guests! of'their of her brother I. W. Pinholster, Jr., the llta cI' of J.I. A. D. 1521. and rendered by Honorable Circuit A. V.of Ix.ng. In c.m .t Ni Cn. of run of Nw
of the' Eighth Judicial' Ford. *
sister Mrs. Jesse Reddish Wed of Brooker, Sunday. Circuit Court O., Bradford W. ALDERMAN.Clerk County,. and fn Bradford County ... o the the : to '8P I of':B. ',:. W N

nesday. I A. B. Surrency and son, Mall; ".""' '
visitor to -15-1..1. op"IF gomolalnant. and Nettles J. I I of 81k 0 b
Lot.
Mrs. Colon Miller was a ''in the Watermill section Tuesday onbUlllne. tion. was Fr .f RIM
.. 15 14 r
W. Keen and I. J. Nettlea. .r.nd. 10 1 II

Jacksonville Wednesday. ... NOTICE or APFMCATIOV FOR TAW fiRED ant, I. E. M. Johns, .apeelal m_ wi flV. kVV.5'ri.d0ivr.I -.2 ._ J 1 Klein ._ ._... si.is'Three
Miss of Jacksonville UNIlFR KFCTION: tit OF THE offer for sale In front o th* courthoua In

Essie Thomas GENERAL STATUTES Stark n"rd.. during '"* legal hours of ale of land I. _..___CorA"_ t J M RIsing ....._._ 887
visited friends in Lawtey several days Don't judge a woman by the hat she Hereby nntlo 1* given: that V. W. Moor, on .. '"* let day of August. A. n. of 8WDr NWI4 T. 2 I -

last It not be her own.NOTI'E purchaser of tax aala eertineate* numbered I 1921. to the' highest and best bidder for cash.IB . lots' 1 4 2 dl 01. _Jill__ RI._.In .__. t M .._ Will S.nr ._.._. OSTemple's
week. wears. may sub 2
respectively 11>. 212 214 214. fawued by the following .11 "" personal propertaalt. (ca or Blk -In
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Mrs. E. D. Boyer returned home tax collector for Bradford County. Florida listed and being ford County Florida L.H. 18 ,adl& __......---.-..28 t I --- H A Shaver C___ SI.11 ,e
FOR TAX DEEDUNESR paid above numbered cvrtlflcatee !n. dated "" ob fill
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Friday from Ocala where she spent SFCTION 6T6 OF THEGKNe.KAL the .n'h day of July A. D J l .filed "on! bay bora about lo year old. named OKI.. W 1I' .or town Lola __..___. ._2 I 2 ... Wm Tin Estate _..___ tin.
STATUTES the paid cerilneatea In my office' and ha* mariuappllratlon on. hay horn about 10 year or REV. .1 fii
several days with relatives. that Mra. Lola CrewspuiehwP I for tax oeed to Issu* In accordanc "o..t. ... on. nn.ho. wagon andharness. Six la Nl ) )
Mrs. Orlan and son of Charleston No" ,I.of hereby tax certificate given No 50. rtsted the .. with law. the said certificate* reapectlv* ..Prn.h.d of stock cattle their na. SEVi bounded"%b '8.o by .4 1

at the 191,. h.. filed ..ldertlHcat 1 ly ambrac. the following I.no In tora Inersas.. marked under slope In .n. F"OIn'In .
S C., are spending a few days ,th day of July office A. D und has made appllatlnn I County Florida. asaed at th* d...1."m ear .nclamlt In t''". oth.r '.'. ..nd" .fly.'.W add by . __ 1.___21 t 23 ._ Unknown _ __.. _._ II 20
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home of her brother, A. H. Harley. for tax deed to Is.us In ......d.n.. : .J head of stock hogs and theIr, ..ndund. One lot E by .."
of Valdosta with I.... Bald certificate. embrace* th. Ta. .. ctd01rtorn literesar. marked under .1.. In .sell th..ami st. ."n. county {4.11, W 'Js.i
Miss 1s 1 will
Knight
Dorothy altuated. .In 0 .. In the othr ear. rl. 8 by land of :
i Is a guest for a few days of Miss Mar- lord owing county, described Florid.property, .to-wltt f"-I vttalhy ana man by parlfrlaxt and ,! "'.. and pay Hid In.1) decree fees M.by lh' .. _--.-._orl.I".1t. _.-..1 I 1 ._ I..* A L Von Kim --......-. S 44 I ,

Kuerite Godwin. East:Northwest Half ..f Quarter Northwet of Northeast Qua...... Quarter KM. 5, T. rlchlnf.. blood. V'm-au. .feeltutuvtms Mas and aestu. E. M JOPN" .. .. .. .'I .of..__Blk_.__.19.._.._.._...25 S I Mr Mary Week __._ ::1.8' -. '

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y- I I I: ardu.u job of the "political doctors"as fed j' eosVTs Qie stoppage of a leak in a ewers are recorded in the official police none of their own.. Speak kindly to your neighbor. -R,
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; Joe Earman call]*. them-is to locomotive boiler which now require blotter. Speaking of the Demrser-Carpen- may do the same behind your back

find something to do and spend money 1 a sheet metal worker to loosen the One who would be railed a "gentle tier fight we find that everybody has

for. Dr. Turck 1s now sorry he boiler ;jacket, a locomotive carpenterto 1 man of color" in a Northern joke spoken. If we were given our choice between

I spoke thus bringing such an remove the lagging and a boiler- sheet (for he was as black as the proverbial the golden egg and the goose that t

''" clast as Joe around hi* ear*. Icono-I maker to caulk the leak. Then the ace of spades) was stood up When a wise man drifts into folly laid ,it, we'd grab both and scoot

i {:; ter' long and spicy letter locomotive carpenter has to replacethe in that space last night to answer such his wisdom forgets to pull him out. -

: : Times-Union may cause that sacred lagging and the sheet metal worker question as: Name? Age/ Address T Mrs: Essie ShortTHE
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sanctum, the state bbard of health to I tighten the jacket and as these i: etc. He answered with the readiness I The appetite of some hungry men

tt ; be thrown open to the vulgar gaze of men usually have helper it means ,, tJ> t :fright )Induces. r are never satisfied They always DIVINE FAITH DOCTOR

the public, to the great consternations I that six men are employed to do what I Then the desk sergeant came to the I wonder what they will get at the next Who can cure the following disease

of th* ri ,,'hhn Dyke beard. and should have been done by the boilermaker blanks where he needed only his own i meal. or complaints without us* of any med.
} i iJ icine or herbs:. Rheumatism
Tooth.
\ I i I''gold-rimmed specs. and his helper. There is also' good/ vision to aid in the entries. Such ache Sick Headache Kidney
'? I J much other work that should be done : were the spaces marked: Color? and I The mental superiority of some people er Trouble. Dropsy, Burns, Stop and Lie the

;9a i and was formerly done by one em I Sex" ? i only serve to emphasize their Blood and dna Luck Glasses. Cur
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HOW UNION LABOR IS THROTTLING
ploye with or without helper whichit Casting look at the (offender' he I physical inferiority. any pains that trouble the humID
THE RAILROADS I
A now demand several to accomplish. poised his pen above the blank spaces body.
f I After an adjournment;; :;; of several "Other rules," continued Mr. Whiter and mused: "Black-male." I Silence mazbe golden but it takes Whose Residence is atSTARKE
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a, wJ' f days the United States Senate committee "call for a higher: grade of labor There was nothing interrogatory in a lot of noise to stand off a bill col FLA.Doe .

on Interstate Commerce resumed than the work requires, common laborers his speech but the ion of Ham hastened lector. "
having in the past performedthe to correct him:
the railroad hearing June 14th - - ---- --
+I continuing to receive evidence showing work. The sole object of such "Nossuh. nossuh, it hain't blackmail

how the national areementc had rules Is to provide more positions at rae heah for-Ah wuz only shootin'
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onerously increased operating expenses. higher rate of pay than the work justifies (craps suh/when dis gentleman! fetched Ford "' 'f. ;*-1I-' -'- .

!: E. T. Whiter of the Pennsylvania ." A number of rules also require me-jes* chootln crape!"-Times- t.tez't': ......' J.fII .;....A
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Railroad, who previosuly testified men to be sent out from headquarters Union. _. .
i 1 of railroads to do work that could be taken
that the director general :
vt+ : care of bymen temporarily employed WATERMH.L'Watermlll :
(then W. D. Hints), entered into five '
of these agreements long after the at the point where the workis t FielcllkI

armistice bad been signed and whenin to be done.Concerning. July 15.-Mr. and Mrs. :Jor j

: the judgment of the roads no emer- the proposed new rule. Jack Goodge attended church at Lit ,.. :

gency existed to impel such concessions which the organization that rovers tie Springs Sunday. ,....!.-.":.-.s" .. , ""M.: .a
h .r.
resumed the stand.In maintenance of way employes desires Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown re- $625 h fi.-.4'" yie ;; \.:' 1\\
1'' to have established, Mr. Whiter said !1f.t: .!..::rc :
] to by Senator turned home
: reply a question I Friday from Macclenny. .
I that the proposed agreement includes r.O.Lo-iI 'I'ill Iii: : \ t : :
Cummins as to who was responsiblefor Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green attended Vr"N t

vt the national agreements, Mr. Whiter many features more. restrictive than church at Little Springs Saturday and JH r-t.. tJ t- l ,
( I the old agreement. "The proponed ,
said that according to testimony
Sunday. {
before the railroad labor board by rules," said he, "are so worded thaton J! lAt./ ..: .
H. P. Gainey and Claude Crosby of .
maintenance of
day comI -
any a way
Frank McManamy, formerly assistant I '
director of the division of operationof ploye works at all he would 1 be paid a Brooker were here Sunday afternoon. I l; #' i

I : the United States railroad administration I minimum of eight hours even if he Raiford Brannen of Lake Butler : II .
t work for few minutes. If was in this section t
; only a i Sunday visiting '
"the committee which -
I actually . ,
r I ) I negotiated! this agreement with the employe reports for work and is friend. I I Pumps 0111\

; : the railway employes department of not put to work he must be paid five Ben Kerce of Clayno was here on I Water "t5 d''I'I't
: I the American Federation of Labor hours. The payment of time and a Monday. I I *, l QM.V t I

t : was composed entirely of men of unIon half for all work on Sundays and holidays MI.eell'Bertie and Alva Thomas returned Every '

labor affiliation! who were at the is also required. They demand home Sunday from Lulu where ., I'I!

4 I time employed by the railroad admin- that all regular section and yard fore they had been visiting Miss Jennie Ii!
!: I istration." I men shall be furnished (by the rail Anderson j I T Power :

Mr. Whiter who is chairman of the road 'ompanyt) an annual rental John of 1 I4
to dollar houses. Shaw LaCrosse speut last !
: not exceed one In Job
I conference committee of managers which to reside. Sunday afternoon visiting friends.S. I II
told the senate' committee that now M. of
Hazen( Pine Hill, was
"House
blacksmith helpers are allowed 80 are furnished explained here Monday afternoon.Mrs. .

t minutes pay for each fire built or fur Mr. Whiter to certain employes at J. H. Brown and daughter Re-I I fills You can plow.disk, I
reduced or nominal rental only where i
: nace prepared no exception being ba, were chopping\ in Brooker Tuesday' harvest
there are peculiar: conditions or silos harrow '
particular ,
made for gas or oil fires 15 or,more mornln '. I'I'I
i I which be half necessities at such points-for thresh bale hay !
of started In
can an Miss Beadie of ,
( hour. Another instance cited was the instance inability to obtain housing through here Croft Lulu passed i I feed fill the !II
accommodations in sparsely settled Saturday enroute to grind ,
case of three attendants at a pump. Brooker. I .
in station at Baldwin, Mich., where communities. The proposal would obligate I silo, saw wood, I

j a dynamo was used{ to supply power the railroads to supply housesat THE SONG OF THE CORN F t pump water, pull
all points regardless of the availability
and light mesa men had been class do roadwork
of housing accommodations.There \ stumps, LI III
ed as pumpers without, previous, experience I was made to be eaten
but under ,...the agreementsthey : are other foremen who encoun- And not to'be drank; cr any ether I'!

a r were classed as generator: attendants ter similar conditions also other em- To be threshed in a barn Feeds power job around
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ployes who are similarly situated. I
and given over $8,000 in back Not soaked in a tank.I I.
This demand is referred to to efiow: the farm quicker, I
With classification the
such cost
pay. come as a blessing a ,;'I'
of the would the unreasonableness of some of their I easier and at less
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running station be over When put through a mill; 1 1As

$8,400 a year, or more than the valueof demands. a blight and a curse cost toyouwith the I
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d the water pumped and the current When run through a still. / : 4_ """' Fordson Tractor.
generated, yet this cost would not include BOMRER I "SKIDS" INTO AUTOS!! .J

] repair A fourth instance was AND FIVE ARE KILLED Make me up into loaves I"' J Twenty-four hours each

the case of three laborers paid from And your children are fed : in
; Runs day working day
every
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Moundsville
W. Va., July 10. Fivepersons
87 to 48 1-2 cents an hour by the Burlington But if made Into drink IfasbingMacbme ll'I 1 II
maximum -
were killed and approximately 1 the year it will Rive
Route to cut up scrapped met Hi starve them instead.In ,
d I fifty injured at Langin field y ; service. but
were Light
al with acetylene torches; they were bread I'm a .servant : 51 III
S'I' here late today when a Martin bomb 'f1' 'powerful it from job
reclassified as carmen and the road The eater shall rule; gets

I had to pay them $6,421! :! in back pay.Moreover ing plane crashed into the a group of automobiles An- In drink I am master J to job quickly. Easy to I

under the carmen's reclassification parked on grounds. The drinker a fool. i operate and control-effi-
fire the
explosion followed setting to
the dismantling of freightcars -II. A. BISHOP.
machines. The dead were all/specta'/ I cient, economical and aboveall
I operation\ of punches, shears and
tors Lieut. C. R. and DEPENDABLE.Get .
: Mclve pilot, I I
t i hand forges painting of freight cars Some people are foolish enough to
d operation of sand blast machines, and Lieut. T. II. Dunton assistant pilot believe all they hear, including what in the power-farming frame of mind !

: removal of paint and rubbing down of were rescued by Carl Miller coach of they say themselves. I, now. Call, phone or drop us a card for i!
Bethany college.
J passenger: ('aMI. formerly! done by the facts. See the Fordson in practical
The dead Carl Fred i I
; are: Fetitt
Men who smoke
helpers at helpers' pay must now 1 be strong pipes often i
( paid for at full carmen's rates without Edge Ralph Hartzell Mrs. George wonder why they are no longer j' operation.

regard to the merit or value of the Long, and an unidentified child. Most But the,women don't. klSIlt'd.I'j ... ... > q
{ work. of the injured were taken to,'the Glen. : I

The evidence presented by Mr. Whiter dale hospital where it was reportedfive The speed maniac(' is no longer al':

was full of interest going into details were in a serious condition. A maniac. He is just a plain d. f. I i

1 and surrounding circumstances: physician's office nearby also' was used _________ __ II i
as an emergency hospital _whey An to make '
vigorously and Impl'f'laively.Vhl'n easy way money is to .
dJ'
he first began his testimony he said it was reported two had died. forget: that it is a hard job. I
: The off' the
that he had been asked to point out pilots were taking in
I some of the most drastic and punitive government plane from Langin field, : ''A ,gas or dust cloud has been digj j i
;, starting from the south side of the In the heavens Dutch '
by
i t rules of the national agreements that Soured a I
were !granted to some of the crafts by field with the Ohio river on their scientist which he estimates to betWeptyn { J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. Dealer

the director !general a short time before left. They had risen about thirty feet time greater than the '; /
I i i the end of federal control of the when the plane swung sharply to the sun. We hope it don't drop. I'| STARKE, FLORIDA

;>> railroads, and he desired to say that left and seemed about to hit a hanger. -' -
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before such (control aside from the I An apparent effort was made it wassaid .
? train service'organizations, the other I to throw the plane Into'the river ..

i branches of railroad' employee were but it was flying too low and crashed

I organized but Into a line of automobiles lined along
not nearly so generally : Commencing Monday July 18th through
within a very short time after federal the river bank. ,
{p Sixteen automobiles were burned
i control was established practically all
: i ( ( ( branches of the service were being and the dead in most instances were Saturday July 23rdWill

: rapidly organized by the sanction of trapped in the machines. ,

l t the railroad administration. Besides, be
MISDEMEANOR WAS ALL HE
I the five agreements alluded to as being
entered into by the director general WOULD OWN AS BEING GUILTY
& WeekA
long after the armistice were visited" Ready-to-Wear Millinery
Those who have Jackson
made at a time when it was known
ville's police station at Forsyth and
that the roods would be returned to Week devoted to the banking the choice lot and immediate
Newnan street know that a caged de- together effecting an -
control soon. Mr. Whiter -
( private then mentioned very' the dates of these partment face the desk sergeant'sdais clearance of the entire stock of women's Ready-to-Wear Millinery Corset and

) agreements which were between October and that it i I. here those running .Underwear. This week will be brimful of many surprising bargains. You cart sara
_ afoul the hawse.of the law are herd
_ 20, 11119. and February 1, 1920 ed to face this inquisitor. Their an- enough to partly defray expenses of your trip.
when it was positively known that the

,i l roads on would March be 1.returned! to their owners Needs for the Ready-Made Woman on Sale


l Some cost other of Instances repair work of greatly to equip increased Fine : Come to Wilson Company Next Week and Save

ment were given by Mr. "Whiter who, !
said that under the craft rules a headlight .

generator to be removed and replaced WILKESSTALLION Remember We
_ requires an electrician to disconnect I : Pay Postage Charges on Mail OrdersSend I

yt 1 the wire, a sheet metal worker .
to disconnect the pipes a ma hnll'!

to unbolt and removf the generatorand

apply the new generator, theIIh..e. For ServiceP. Save at
k metal worker to connect the "I ThisStore
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pipe and tie electrician: to connect / .
the wires. As each of these men us E. JOHNS

ually have a helper. it means that six CAIN SVILLE.rLORIDA
.n
do what would ., .
men are employed to N ,,near 1
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i ,: ordinarily be done by a machinist and Starke Fla. 11'.I- "... I ir
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record in Volusia county, where} they ber until the cut has reached the first

taught the past term. I layer of tire fabric where the foreign

material creeps along and piles up GENERAL INSURANCE
Bits of LocalInformation G. W. Thomas and family of Stuart, between the tread rubber and carcass .

are enjoying their regular annual forming sand lumps. HAROLD C. WALL t"
IwA.1 stay at Kingsley lake SUrke's Bummer PA GE THREE +

resort is rapidly becoming as The other day Chief Kite and;:; Sam i] STARKE FLORIDAFIRE -

popular with others as with home- Rosenberg': had a alight dispute about' dy

c-....+y Omr P_.". ..,...., ea4 folks. The clear, soft water for bath- some trivial matter, but parted a* LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE d
t./-. h. M. c._.. ea4 rare Ing and the fine shade trees that af- friends. Somehow this incident I(hasiriven
ford so much pleasure and comfort II .
rise to a tale about an altercation sal;
II a H MMMiMMSMBE ar make the lake superior to the beach E
between the which
.._ j-. ..J men nevertook -_ \1
resorts. place. The tale gains in \ tee
Z. Adkins was a recent visitor to Mrs. Frank L. Jones. of Jackson- I malt-l
nitude as it spreads. Just now
Tallahassee. ville, spent part of last week with her
DEATH FROM ACCIDENT reached the stage where Kite hit Ros-
!! aunt, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, at Kln .- .i
enberjr the head with his club.
Painters have been busy on thepremises ley lake. : on
of T. J. Griffin. I The Telegraph has received the following Next it will be a pistol duel betweenthe A Boy With A FortuneA --- "Sr
letter, explaining the death ofa men.' But people who hRve nothing -

0. G. Cooper made a trip to the metropolis -(I cleaned L. C. Powell has at his own expense young man, well known by many in *to do must invent something to

Sunday.;] out one of the drainage canals the county: keep from sta atlnJr. boy with a fortune is the boy who has US
in order to help his and his
old of J.
Ottie Spires, 19-year son
hundred dollars that he himself has
neighbors' one save s. 4
cropl.RubMy.TI.m
Sam Rosenberg was in Jacksonville W. Spires, of Florence Villa died in a FORD PLANT BUILDS

Sunday. I Lakeland hospital at 9:80 p. m., July 108.96 CARS IN JUNK ed. His fortune consists not alone of the .)f

for rheumatism. 4th, as the result of a gunshot wound money saved--and what boy with a hundred I'.

Mite Audrey Johns spent Tuesdayin I accidentally received about 4:30 Demand Exceed Output aa I'tord Q"''1 dy ,
Jacksonville. Mrs. R. L. Mott and little daughters o'clock that afternoon. While he was Breaks Previous Rerorda dollars would not feel like a millionaire y 'If! tR7I's

returned last week from I'avo with his brother and J. F. Summersout but of a valuable lesson learned. 0 ,
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666 Cures Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. and Coolidge, Ga., where they had on Leke Smart fishing, 3 miles Durin the month of June, the Ford 'I:,.. f., "

been visiting relatives. north of Winter Haven the young man Motor Company, through Its Detroit Not only has he experienced the thrill of ,: e

W. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville, visIted I had got' out of the boat to get some' factories and 22 assembly plants over possession but he has caught the thrift habit. .,
Walter Underhill K
relatives in Starke Monday. and family, of grapes growing along the shore. the country reached the production of
Frostproof, have been visiting at the When he stepped back' into the boat, 108,962 Ford cars and trucks, settingup he has learned to do without useless things.He ";", !

Chickens. and eggs wanted, J. F. home of his brother, Claude Under- a shotgun loaded with No. 4 shot was : a new high record, for one month. no longer squanders his money. He has }
Kickliter. 7-15-t! hill. accidentally discharged, the entire :
Production of Ford cars and trucks .
better judgment of values. He is doubt. ,
load taking effect In the abdomen.
I I has been steadily increasing' since ear-
Miss' Inez Moitt is in Jacksonville Mr_and Mrs. C. L. Peek and Miss The father of the injured youth, together I ly spring, and show substantial gains! less a far better boy. Mt

visiting her sister, Miss Clara Moitt. May Peek spent several days this with J. F Summers, rushed I over the same period last year. The

week, at Kingsley lake visiting Mr. him to Winter Haven, where he was I second quarter Of 1821, vie., April, Has your boy started to save yet? If he

666 urea'ChlUs'and Fever. "'- and Mrs. J: H. Ritch. attended by physicians. No ambulance May and June, shows an output' of has not. there is no better time to teach himto

being available Spires was taken in an i 301,796 Ford cars and trucks against
J,' M. Alvarez and family are at Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardinerhad automobile to the Lakeland hospital, 220,878 for the same three months 'of begin than now-at this Bank.

their Kingsley lake cottage for a as their guests Thursday of last the trip being made in quick time.I I last year'Or a net increase of 80,918.

short stay week, Messrs. Elliott Yelvington and
Despite the fact however, that the
Ralph Goodman, of Hastings. LAWTEYLawtey Ford plants have been running at the STARKESTARKE 'A''If A Awe
Miss Lucille Moore is in Jacksonville ..- BANK OF e
I-' maximum capacity, the demand for

visiting her sister, Mrs. Emma Rub-MyTIsm kills infection. July 15.-The Lawtey ball Ford cars and trucks is not being met . +

Capo. I club lost two games at Talatka last i and at the present time many thou- FLORIDA +t t(
Mrs. Jones, of Jacksonville, pleas week. sands unfilled orders have been, piled *' '
Little Miss Beatrice Miner, of Law- remembered here i s > ,
antly as Miss Ruby h .
ahead that Ford sale still
Rev. Black was in Jacksonville on up so are Under State SupervisionE. M
her aunt Mrs. E. L.Bigg I
tey, is visiting Gornto, was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. business Monday. I limited by manufacturing facilities 3 I
W. J. Epperson, during the wec-k.
rather than marketing possibilities. '
Wm. Edwards and James Godwin
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S. Matthews Pres. G. C. White Cashier ,
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were in Jacksonville Monday. Mr. Particularly is this true with respectto
Mrs. R. O. Daniel and! son, of Jacksonville Frequent shipments of poultry and enclosed cars for which the demand ,
Edwards drove Mrs.\ Goodfellow's auto -
are visiting relatives in eggs; are made from the Starke Poultry has been .
unusually heavy.
to Jacksonville, where it will be
Starke. Farm. "Eggs laid while you wait"is shipped to Philadelphia by boat. One reason cited by Ford officials! \L
the motto of the
farm. ,
I I The Grace Methodist church picnic for the unprecedented demand for'
Col. D. E. Knight spent last weekend 1__...._..mmm""mmmmmrmnallll lI Bfflro mmmma 4.
was held at the lake Tuesday. About Ford cars is the present tendency toward
in Tallahassee, where he went on The town registration book; are seventy-five\ were present and 'evl.'ry. economy. Many of those whose ,

legal business. now open and those of the ladies of one seemed to have a good time. Mr. names have been added to the long > 9

Starke who wish to vote in the town Moore ate the most watermelon.Next list of buyers might well have afforded yrt

John Thornton and Charles Man- election should register. The books : Thursday afternoon at 2 larger' and more costly cars than IjowMICHELIN +

ning took in the sights of the Florida will be kept open until August; 13th. o'clock, the Lawtey team will play the the Ford, but it is the belief that most

metropolis Sunday. Snyder Methodist church team of prospective motor car buyers are Investigating -
Mesdames Oliver and Bryan, with all of the costs incident to ,
Jacksonville on the local diamond. y
their children, and Misses Minnie and has overcome -the commonest
... Bilious Fever. much than !
am* This should be a good game, as the motoring) more carefully
Louise Bcskent, all of Ft. Lauderdale, at the five = of tire trouble
Snyder team loads the church leagueof any period (during past causos
Mallory Jones, deputy sheriff of are here on a visit to their parents, Jacksonville.The years.

Duval county, visited relatives here I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. lli'ssi-nt, Sr. Woman's Club held their picnic The estimated output of the Ford air

the first of the week. Thursday at Kinsley: lake, at the factories for July calls for 109,000 1

I 666 cures Bihousnem.Hollis cottages of Mesdames Hill and TorodeA cars and trucks or a production of -V? Full-Size Tires

Mr. and Mrs. George: A. Anderson Knight and Julian Canova very nice time was reported.You 4300 a day for 25 days Since the i
are pleasantly located at the Davis assembling is being handled I t t4ing
cars
I returned Saturday from Lake Geneva will be welcomed at the GrAce nr+ i y yAw'
cottage, Kingsley lake. week Methodipt church at all services.<< during'an eight/: hour day only, the
where had the a to
they spent on
will be 645 In i for Light Cars ?;
Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson are fishing trip in company with a numberof Young people's picnic Tuesday If hourly output cars. 1.oulee 1.
friends you are young! at heart, it is your pic other words, one Ford car or truck ,
among Starke people enjoying a stayat nic. Come to Kln) Kingsley lake. I seconds.' I II ti
Little Miss Ethel Sasscr:" who had I 1 th
AT TilE CHRISTIAN CHURCH : Many small tires are made on a lighter scale
Oak
relatives at Live torn
W. Ellery Davis spent Sunday with been visiting;
Mrs.\ Davis, who is rapidly convalescing -I for the past two weeks, returned home NOTICEThe hooks of the : than are the larger sizes-the purpose being to Y''.
There will be services at the Christian registration town '
at a Jacksonville infirmary.Miss Sunday, accompanied by her nephew, from 18th I turn out a product for factory equipment or for 71111, .. +
church morning and evening, on of Starke will be open July
Carlisle Sasser. Sunday, July 17th, by Rev. Smjser, to August, 13th, 1921, for the registration I the buyer who is guided by price only. fat
Lillie Dillaberry, of St. Petersburg -
is a guest of Sheriff Eppersonand I Mr. and Mrs. Z. .. Roberts and Miss All are welcome. of electors. Small-size Michelins, on the other hand, are and \
C. A. FUTCH,
family at Kingsley lake. Ophelia Dowd, of Hastings; spent CASH BUSINESS Registration Officer Town of Starke. made proportionately just as sturdy as the big b. Ie, l lra

the Fourth of July with Mrs. Roberts' 7-82t.rENTAWORD. size The 30x3 1.2 Michelin, for instance, is ,

The: family of H. L. Brownlee are parents, Judge; and Mrs. Geo. A. Gar After the first of August I will con. over three fourths of an inch thick through 'f'I' -

spending some time on Kingsley lake, diner. duct my business on a strictly cash !U tread and carcass.

in the Limbaugh cottage. basis, thus enabling me to fell cheap .
Miss Lois Wilson, of Keedysville, er. 1', E.'JOiINS. % The result is unequalled economy for the user Itld i iu

666 Cures a Cold quickly. Md., spent last week with Mr. and Try Michelins and prove it for yourself.SMITH'S ,, u'I lie 1 1'i
I Mrs. H. M. Snydt-r. Miss Wilson is TIRE TREATMENT nr r.
K. C. Richard, of Palatka, spent now in Jacksonville, a guest: of her >.' tW'-"

Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Emma aupt, Mrs. Fred B. Noble.RubftlyTism . Rough pavements and crossings; often .''i.r r

Richard.Col. tempt the motorist to drive ,on GARAGESTARKE 'j \, y
I FOR SALE-A: bargain in a Ford car
cures sores. street car tracks. While it is:admittedly i ,Good condition. Quigley OverlandCo. Y ?i:
D. E. spent the first of Jy,1o 1
Knight
of
I true that the occasional use Starke. 7.1tf.FOR .
the week in Gainesville on professional Mra. C. L. Morrow and family, of car racks where road .conditions are FLORIDA , d

business before Judge Long.F. Tampa, and her nephew, Dwight: Paling almost impassable Is justified,' l it Us SAlE-Good mulch cow with '! 10I

of Albany, Ga., will arrive tomorrow also true that the strain on ......."!1.. first calf, $35. D. W, Alvarez, tDIDIDIDIDIDI1ID.lllmllBlllDlDlmamImllllDCDalIUHDC! mG .h / t
A. Scott and family will go: to to spend two weeks in the Ad- parts of the tire due to continuous Starke. 7-15-tf KBiagBgRfflDQffl !

Kingsley lake Monday to spend the kins cottage at Kingsley: lake. running! on car tracks will not only I .. . "'.
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rest of the summer at their cottage. quickly wear a depression in the rr.." Miss Louise Fernandez has returned rubber, all around the tire, but the real bargain, or would rent him I
James Wainwright and family, of from Lake Wales,-where she visited harp bending action and overload on for his feed to( right; party. D. W.
.
Jacksonville, are guests of his sister, Miss Eleanor Branning.; Miss Fernan- the fabric directly under this depression Alvarez, Starke. 715tf. Lumber Prices Reach Low ;;LevelYou e

Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, at Kingsley lake. dez was accompanied home by MIHS will produce eventually an inside
sometime in FOR SALE-One Poland-China sow,
Mrs. Alma McMillan and little son Starke.Mr.Branning. who will spend fabric break. Running on car tracksis thoroughbred, and four pigs. Price can now buy direct from our mills and savel$10 1 -
an expensive habit and should be $fie)., Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson,
spent the end of last week as guestsof and indulged: in only in extreme necessity Fla. 7-l-4t to $1 I 5 per thousand on your complete house bills.
Mrs. G. M. Inman, at Magnolia and Mrs. W. S. Velvington Is the advice of the technical service r

lodge, Kingsley lake. little son, Billie, of Hastings: spent department of the United States Tire STOVE WOOI Burns well, with little Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber re- ,
several days last week with Mrs. Yel- smoke; cypress, gum! and sap try

666 cures Malarial Fever. vington's parents, Judge and Mrs.Gl.'o. Company.A barefoot boy appreciates the need pine, well seasoned. At Cooper & I quired and let us quote prices delivered and save you

A. Gardiner. They returned to Snellgrove's mill, north of depot! 'xb
,
and of quick attention to his surface cuts from $1 i 50.00 to $500.00 on building.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fernandez their home Friday afternoon, makingthe Starke: 7-15-21. your
and bruises which given temporary(
at
children the week \
are spending trip by auto. protection are self healing. Tire tread i I ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW
PINE
Kingsley lake, occupying the Scott FOR SALE-Young single comb
cottage. Messrs. J. L. Peek, Roscoe McLane cuts are also self healing if promptly Rhode 1land.Jted hens, heavy layers -
hove boughtthe treated with heal-a-cut material. If rood color, $2 per head or $6

Miss Ina Alderman is at home again and Austin W. E. tract Yarborough of land on the north not thus treated the elasticity of the per trio. Mrs., T,. L. Wainwright 6-24-4t, THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANYPERRY
rubber.allows the cut to expand un Lawtey, Fla.
after an extended! visit at the home of side of Kingsley lake. Cottages are FLORIDA
her sister, Mrs. Marshburn, of Chat- under building and lots will be laid der load compression with every turnof WANTED W Rant a lady or gentleman ,
the wheel. Dirt, glass, sand and
tahoochee.Mrs. sale. This is very fine property agent for the genuine J. R.
out for pebbleswear and tear away the rub- Watkins Products In Starke and Dressed Framing $28 Flooring $28 t
and its huh elevation affords a ; ; Ceiling $18;
L. A, Wynn returned Tuesday view of the lake. other vacant towns. A big opportunity I I
from Jacksonville, where she was commanding To Stop a Cough Quick'take' fot'any hustler. Write today I Siding, $18; Lath, $5.

called of her lIA YES' HEALING HONEY. for free sample and free particulars q
illness
on account of the kills psln.
mother Mrs. Pinholster. Rub-My-Tism cough! medicine wblch stops the cough by of our wonderful offer J. R. Watkins I' I FREIGHT PREPAID I
elected principal beating the inflamed and irritated tissue Co., 65: Memphis, Tenn.
has been It'
W. A. Scott A box of GROVE O-PEN-TRATE 6-17- te I ._ .
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Hall's Catarrh Medicine I of the Ormond school and wilt SALVE for Chest Cc>lds. Head Colda and \ ,

1'hOH who are in a. "run down" condition teach there next term. Miss Doris Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of FOR SALE-20 acre farm, one mile ---- - - -...--- -- -_.-.,._ .

t m moo h more ,that han hen. they bothariio are in I I Scott wjll also teach In the Ormond should HAYES be HEALING rubbed on HONEY.the cheat and The throatof salve northwest of. Starke, 15 acres' When an old man makes love to a judicial none fears-- -to-face the odoriferous --
Pod; h.alth. Till fact proven that whileCatarrh / I school. These young teachers aM stumped, American wire fend" encloses -
li a local disiniw. It lit Uf'1' children suffering from a Cold or Croup young (girl, the in-brtwoens consider'them I<< ordeal. .
''nnuonmd by .cotmtltutlmml. winitltlon' of the TtMfcnllnf eflM* lace, both crazy.
"ALL'S CATARRH MFDICINK I"t a Schdoolteand are makingBradfordaplendut elite the chraat amtilaed with-l-If.i; ::. oft.rae ch > houseand barnjfn well of I
Tonic and Blood Purifier .and acts through O-Pco-lrau halve through. die para ofUM ap I
the::: blond upon the muonu..nHar.S of I Influenza ikla noon Mop a eouU water. Good home, cow ahd calf, Judging by the rapidity with which j Piles Cured la 6 to 14 l>nysDrnMliM \\1 f ia'a
eke body, thus reducing the Inflammation (Cold Cause unp ana Both nrncdtr ere pecked In eke cones)sad tile J fdWf taken the courts do not move, one Is inclined
**"> iwtorlnr nprmnl I rondltlnna .........the OMtof the CCND_treuamt I*Me. farming utensils. *]Cfor : wfktad' money If PAZO OIHTvrNT; toll*
All. 1 druKKHta. Circular rr.e LAXATIVE BROMO QUlNIJETablota. 4 now.IX W.r4tvatits" .. ; 'Starke, to the belief that those crooked 10 ruro InMlit.BJmtl illmHltnil I Ol VtHUwHut; Put.
*. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo. Ohio. .. The... Ie only oo.. "!" *'- CluliiU.t. '.. eJWlt ask your druggist for HAYLB'HEALING i crooked the.:. Inxunily loltavra I 'Inching Paler end l YOU enit > ;
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FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1921.r .
PACK TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRAPH. .*T, RK& FLORIDA -
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, GRAHAM law permitting county boards of public Jacksonville, the foresters spent) one Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snrrency, of I II I were visitors here Monday.

II i :tmt ruction to borrow money temporarily day in this county studying effect of Pine Hill were in town Wednesday The families of T. C. and G. W. H.t'n .- CURIOUS BITS

,1 1 Graham July IS,::Messr.. Ogden, equal to eighty per cent of forest fires and opportunities for reforestation afternoon. are spending few/ days at Earle- i OF HISTORYTHE
j their remains intact. I thinkit where fires Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse made Beach.
\ Dewey Murrhee, Willsrd Smith Lacy budget can be controlled sev ton
t\ 'L r Reynolds and Percy Jones spent Monday well that the current obligations eralopBs here last week. Lots of people from here attendedthe

;' 'M t. t ,I at Worthington.Dr. shquld be cared for under the plan Forestry needs of the Southern Appalachian Mrs. Oliver and daughters, of Pine burial of Mrs. J. C Crews at New TREADMILL I8HMENT.AS A PUN.

i 1 Middleton of Starke was a bunincut authorized by the legislature throughthe South Atlantic and Gulf Hill, spent Sunday with relatives Hope Saturday.
sale of serial warrants. They States is the principal subject for discussion Reddish Andreu, of New River, was
I 1 visitor here Tuesday. Death of Mrs J. C.: Crews ey A.,W. MACY.
4 V; : 1 t David Kelly was a business visitor have given you a plan whereby, you at the third Southern Forestry In town Sunday. I Mrs. J. C. Crews, wife of J. C. The treadmill !Ie a Chlneie

to Starke Tuesday can start, alit were, over again. Congress which will be held in Atlanta Miss Beadie Croft, of Lulu, was in I Crews of this place, departed this life Invention, but In 1818 William"

Truby Dyal spent Monday in Hampton You are advised that all borrowingsof July 20 to 22. town Saturday.Mr. Friday morning,July fth, at 9 o'clock. Cubbltt of England' adapted the

;, ,; on business.E. money hereafter must be held Governor Thomas W. Hardwick, of and Mrs. C. M. Andreu of I Mrs. Crews had been in bad health Idea In making a machine for

; J. Murrhee was a visitor to strictly in amount to the limit imposed Georgia will welcome the delegatesand Bradford were here Thursday morn for some time and all was done for employing prisoners usefully,

", Sampson Tuesday. by law as defined by Chapter 6828, during the congress there will bea ing. her that loving hands and medical aid It was widely adopted and ex.tenelvely .
I. L. Ogden was a business visitor Acts of 1915. conference of governors of states included Misses Eunice Hazen and Edna Baxter could do. Mrs. Crews before her marriage I used for some year In

to Sampson Wednesday. Kindly acknowledge receipt of this from Virginia to Texas. of Gainesville, spent the week was Miss Virginia Harrell and the English prisons. In 1823

f Messrs. Geiger Barry\ of Tampa communication with your advices in Among the nationally known speakers end here with their parents. was married to Mr. Crews Aug. 1, the of Discipline Society far In the Prisons Improvement public.!

,4 I and John Surrency were business visitors the premises. will be Secretary of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs. L. L- Johns spent several 1878, and to this union were born five ed a book with elaborate Illui.tratlone .

"I. to the county seat Wednesday" Very truly yours, Henry C. Wallace, Col. Joseph Hyde days of last week at Sampson children of whom four survive her. describing the tread,

t , Mr. and 5f s. LeRoy Smith and sister CARY A. HARDEE Pratt, North Carolina; Col. W. B. City.Mrs. Mrs. Crews was a member of New mill and setting forth its aj.
M Stella of Waldo pent first part Governor. Greeley United States Forester; Forestry E. M. Hazen is 111 at this writing Hope Primitive Baptist church and vantages aa a medium of prison

of the week at Mr. and Mrs. Lewis : Commissioner M. L. Alexander, with fever. during her life time tried to live a discipline. At first the prison

) I Matthews. : Tallahassee Fla., of Louisiana; Henry E. Hartner Ura- Mr. Craig of Cooler Pond was a I noble and Christian life. era were required to tread the
I I Zeke Parrinh and of June 28, 1921. visitor here Saturday. mill nine hours a day, which
son, Sampson, nia, La.: and Giffort Pinchot, Forestry She was laid to rest Saturday morning climb of about 12,000
were business visitors here Monday. II IIf To the County Superintendent: Commissioner of Pennsylvania.A. Among those attending the Masonic at New Hope cemetery, Revs. C. feet.meant This a was found too severe .
f Miss Ethel Dyal, of Ziff spent) last Dear Sir-I: am enclosing herewitha picnic at Worthington Saturday were:
A. Coult secretary of the FlorIda Moody and Robt, Dukes, conductingthe and the hours were reduced
i Tuesday and Wednesday. with! her pamphlet copy of the school laws Development Board, will speak on Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, Mr. and funeral services. to six and the climb to
k grandparents. enacted by the) last legislature. The Mrs. J. M. Shaw Mrk. B. T .Crosby ,
the subject, "Cattle and Southern She leaves to mourn her departurea about 8,000 feet a day. The
\ Little Thelma Barry, of Tampa, complete codification of the school Pine Forests. R. T. Osteen L. A. Brown and Eldon and four children power thus generated was w
husband J. C. Crews
.
spent Monday and Tuesday the law. is in the hands of the state prin- Baxter. wily emple/ed In grinding..rn,
a ,; home of her grandparents Mr. and ter, Including the recent enactments.If Other subjects on the program are: Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter viz: Messrs. C. J. and Wallace drawing' water, etll Public I

Mrs. J. C. Barry. the printer does as he promised, I "Protection of Forests from Fire" Ona Rita spent the week-end in Crews, Mesdames E. M. Hazen andG. opinion has gradually brought '
i will mail of the the state's responsibility, organization B. Colson. The floral offerings were about the abandonment of the
Madison Albritton of Glen St. Mary you a supply complete town with, relatives I
; and co-operation. "Forestry as beautiful.The treadmill as a punishment for
IJ t digest of the school laws
was here Tuesday. very soon. L T. Osteen is very ill at this
Private entire family have the In 1885 there
a Enterprise; possibilities; sympathy prisoners. were
John McKinney of Do not rely too much upon Chapter with malarial fever.
M Sampson, spentThursday writing
I
I I till In In
.' 8542 relative natural reproduction of cut over pine of our people. thirty-nine ( us. English
to substitute certificates.
here on business. forests artificial Lonnie Morgan of Gainesville was prisons In 1901 only thirteen ,.
Messrs. Zeke Parriih and There are so many restrictions in the ; reproduction; regeneration / -
Deaver here Sunday guest of rel.th'ea.Mrl. -- and there are none et
son, of Sampson were business visitors law that scarcely any certificates will needed of hardwood and results.forests; legislation W. A. Clemens and children, Perfectly Comprehensible.The present. This form of administering
be Issued under ;
here Friday. it. discipline>> to prisoners
of Pine Hill in
were town Saturday following flpp.t'b'a.. made by
Messrs. J. R. Seville, J. 1>. Kirk and See to it that your teachers are legally "Publicly Owned Forests;" national enroute to Brooklyn. lawyer on behalf of bis client whose was never Introduced In this

wife were business visitors to Starker I certificated before you contract state and municipal. "Forest Research Lloyd Johns, of Pine Hill was in I.cow bad been killed by. a train: "If I'I'I I country.n..ya4R.

+ 1 Friday. with them to teach school. I surmise in the Southern pine country; town Saturday afternoon.Mr. I the train had been run as It should! have.

+ Rev. Smyser of Gainesville, preached .II that many of you are going to get Into a Southern forest experiment station. Hall\ spent the week-end with been ran or If the bell bad beta rung JSll by JOMPB B. HowUaJ'

; ed at the Christian church Friday. trouble unless you are more regardful The sessions are open to every per- his family at Hampton. I ss It should have bee<< rang, or If the I -

t!: night, leaving; Saturday morning for. II of the law that you have been in son interested in the subjects and as Mr. George Andreu, of Starke was whistle bad been blown as It bhould No Worm In a nealtby Child
y , Lake Butler, the past Governor Hardee advises the people in Florida are intensely interested here Friday afternoon attending to have bean. blew, both of which they did I.| All children troubled with warms have so .lu-
me to execute the law and I in plans to insure an ample neither, the cow would not have beesijWwd be.lthycolor.-bleb Indicates poor blood sad us
Oscar Wasdin was a business visitor I am going business affairs. '
rule there Is more or I ass etansch fUtturbuce.I ..
I I
to do it supply of timber for crate material in :.> when she WM killed.
to Brooker Thursday. strictly in requiring teachers Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby and Lot- I GROVE'S: TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC given rrttuUrly .
to be certificated before which to market the fruits and vegetables < lot two. three week will enrich the blood,
they begin
Mr. and Mrs Tom Graves of Savannah
I tie Gainey spent Sunday afternoon at I intelligent &i..... I I im prove the duration. end set see general Straiitb-"
Ga., are visiting: his parents. teaching. in future )years as well as to LaCrosse. "Many are the cases on record ofgeese eniu/Taietolb.whole.FIt..... Nature will,,",
/ The provide for lumber and building off. dispel the .,.n.l the bUd
1:1 Bud Wynn of Hampton here superintendents of counties out ma- tbrow worm will be
: Ii was. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell spent whose masters or mistresses endeared to perfect health. PlesesM. to late.*60c per boaio.Just .
terial
,; } Saturday on business 'of which new counties have been cre- a large delegation is expectedto Thursday afternoon with relatives at themselves to them and ss a

i Ellery Thomas Misses Olive Pad. ated will make the full report for the attend. Hague. result were followed about everywhereby

"} gett and Avie Starling, of Ziff, were whole county to July lat, but the superintendents Rex Thomas, of Cooter Pond passed the geese just as they might have
.t visitors here Saturday. I of, new counties must CALL IT A DRAW through here Sunday afternoon. been by dogs and dogs are supposedto

Roy Kalch, of Hampton attended get and file a correct statement of the Claude Crosby was a visitor to Looter \, be the most Intelligent\ of animals.
church here Saturday night. j enrollment and average attendance in Man is beginning to perk up and Pond Wednesday. There la the historical '('811e of the I w
I the draw another long breath. aged blind woman who was piloted to d
,:Mlss Beulah Harvey, of Waldo was territory now constituting their But there's a reason. Ellery Thomas and Percy "Woods church: on Sundays by her goose. The
\ I the guest of friends Saturday.Rev. counties to July lit if they expect any Woman too; is cautiously peering of Ziff, attended B. Y. P. U. here on little old lady would totter along and

Crosby of Sampson, filled his money sent directly to them from the around in an effort to determine !Sunday; night. when she would be on the point of
mill
regular appointment here Saturday. lone apportionment and interest whether Messrs. Marvin Hazen and Rand taking a mlsxtep the silly goose would
or not the storm has blown
t Mrs. Ed Parrish and children of fund. If the enrollment and average Crews and Misses Clara Cone and Edna pluck ber by the skirt and guide: ber
Hastings spent the week-end with :attendance are not furnished me, all over.And Baxter were In Worthington Sun- In the right direction. In the steps
. e I i relatives and friends here. the money will be sent to the original again there is a reason. day afternoon of the church the old woman wouldbe
I I A few months ago it was loudly her
county heretofore.* guided to pew by her neighhors :
Mrs. Bonnie Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver and "t'daabon
Yours truly, proclaimed that the womanhood of ;, while the goose\ retired to the
Lee Young-blood and children attended spent Sunday afternoon at Hampton
I '
W. N. SHEATS.Slatt' America would launch a mighty cam- nearby cemetery to nip grans. Whenservice
,
\, church at Sampson Sunday. paign for the purpose of writing "fin Beach. i was over the goose would be
I illit, Alfred McKinney spent the week Superintendent. is" to the record of tobacco. Promptly Russell Douglass and Buck String- beside the church steps waiting) to

.: end at Sampson visiting relative. FOR REFORESTATION the men caane to the fore with a fellow of Alachua were in town on go'de' Its mistress home again.:
? f :; Mrs. Ray McKinney and son, Eugene determination to balance the scales by Monday afternoon. Outon
t spent the week with her mother Fred Hazen spent Sunday afternoon
I by Austin Cary logging engineered the elimination of corsets cosmetics Psychic Too Much for Her.
:, I led
J ,. at Mounteocha. by Austin Cary, loging/ : engineerfor and chewing gum. at Worthington .''I do wish this psychic or what-
Oliver Sparks, of attended Little Iris Brown was on the sick ever-you-call-lt fad was over," said
j Mounteochr the U. S. Forest Service to offer It was too much for either mascu- a
church here Friday night line list last week. reader. She put down a popular pub
; excellent opportunities from an investment or feminine nature. Neither could e
I Mrs. Rachel Prevatt and son, of standpoint, for reforestationand face the prospect with equanimity or Dr. Middleton, of Starke. made n lication.
professional call near here Friday af- "\"by.'ben the dog used to
i Waldo visited here Friday. snore
with
j he has shown his faith by investing even courage. -
r Miss Viola Starling of Hastings considerable. money with local parties Now the men still enjoy their to ternoon. under the couch or some naughty boy
I I, Eldon Baxter in Lake Butler played tick-tack on the windows, or
!,. is visiting Mixs Ethel Byrd. j in several hundred acres of land bacco and the women still have their Thursday afternoon.Jno. was. the potatoes took a little slide down ID 'Mello'Cello"and
MVs. Alfred lf'Kinneand granddaughter i for the purpose of growing crops of (corsets and their beautifiers, and their bin In the cellar, the entire family -
I Miss Lois Moody spentI I Colson of Pine Hill was in
i timber. their gum. knew at once what the noise was
f I Sunday at Sampson I When the first Southern Forestry It's a draw and both should be sat town attending to business Monday. and calmly went about their business!
I Ed Thor of Starke, spent the weekend Lucian flaxen has entered the training -
I Congress was held three years ago in isfied. Now they nay mysteriously, Hark,
i at the home of James Reynolds i I I At any rate we are.--Exchange. school for teachers at Gainesville. what's that and we all to to listening

i Rev. Berryan Dyal and wife of I I Sumner Andreu, of Bradford, was as If we expected to see an appa "All ForYou"
!
ibl Sampson, attended church here Sun- "STAR SPANGLED BANNER"Oh in town Monday morning. rition. Call It your ''subconscious selfor
day. Do you Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu and son a ghcMt< that make. every slight

tl AI 4 '? I Harley Thomas., of Ziff, was a visitor know why say can you sing, from start to Ray, spent Sunday with relatives at disturbance In the house and you're Record
\ here Sunday. the end. Mioway. They were accompaniedhome sure to be Jumpy, and I for one will No. 2118

f \ \ A Miss Entclle Wasdin and brothers, it's toasted What so proudly you stand for when by Miss Van Cone, who will be glad when, the psychic business Is 85c
I
1 passed and we awrlhe"
Everett and Eddy, of Waldo spent the the orchestra plays it? visit relatives here for a few days. ordinary reaIOU'

I ,. \ week-end with their grandparents. To seal in When the whole congregation in voices Mr. James, of Cooter Pond was in to ordinary noises once more"hnpressiv.
, Hear these two Fox Trot
J Miss Avie Starling of Ziff visited that blend, here Saturday.Tom .
her aunt Mrs. Florence Johnson, Saturday the delicious Strike up the grand tune and then Markey of Pine Hill, was in . Thrift Lesson byErdody
"1\\ town Friday morning.Mrs. The father of a teu-yeer-old boy la
I' and Sunday.Ed torture and slay It f and his
Burley flavor. New York was" besieged by his
A. B. of Pine Hill young
Smith of Gainesville was a visitor How valiant they shout when they're Surrency, ,
v : i here Sunday. starting out was in our town Sunday afternoon.Mrs. hopeful to buy a certain plaything Pennsylvania Hotel
a&iountlDg lo value to flop
,JY It's toasted. But "the dawn's early light" find Brown of Pine Hill, was attending Day after day the father, saysThrift was OrcheatraBigness

J LETTERS TO SUPERINTENDENT them floundering about, to business here Friday morn coaxed,, cajoled and threatened. Ba

r ,J I Tie the "Star-Spangled Banner" theyare ing.Mrs. i I put up numerous defensive argumentsthat swing, ginger; and
e K. Mr. H. B. Wiggins, superintendent trying to King, D. W. Hazen has been on the were brushed aside with scorn color are in this recordConsumer's
fi .v y i of schools for this county, has recently LUC But they don't know the words of the sick list for the past few days. sod bitterness. Finally tbe father

received a letter from the governor precious brave thing. Henry Sowell of LaCrosse, was in said: "Son which would you rather

e Ix and another from the state superintendent Hark-"the twilight's last gleaming"has town Friday. have, this toy or 50 cents a month as "-

n I on matters relative to the STRIKE some of them stopped T Section Foreman Boyles of LaCrosse long as yon live?"

''d1 schools. As these I..ttn.IIm be of But the valiant survivors forward was in town Saturday. Tbe boy chose the CO cents a month
press
rip'' ,tt i, interest to many, they are published CIGARETTE serenelyTo Virginia Weeks spent last week at for life. The father Invested flOO Company
I In a gilt-edged security' yielding six
y below: "the watched" when Starke. She was accompanied home
r ? rampart we I cent and the
per boy was given a 1 le*>
Tallahassee Fla. Harriet Ritch who will
by spend a
others
some we dropped. I son In thrift and the value of
money
June 20, 1921. And the loss of the leaders is manifest few days here. that will be of untold value. to bits aaotur
$ The Chairman and :Members ) ,. keenly Lamar Eddy, of Alachua, was in aa lie Uvaa
I County Board of Public Instruction: V. Then "the rocket's red glare" gives town Monday. I

Bradford County Starke Florida. the bravest a 'scare, Joe Andrews of Starke passed '

Gentlemen am ..dd.uinathla And there's a few left to face the through here Sunday afternoon.
I 4 F% t letter to the county board of public "bombs bursting in' the air" John Shaw and sister of LaCrosse
_
_ c instruction: of each county in Florida ASPIRINName Tie a thin line of heroes that manage were here Saturday. GOOD ROADS BENEFIT

M.. because I feel it my duty to call their .to save Reddick Thomas of Ziff, was in

attention to a situation in our school The la'at of the verse and the'"home town Saturday.J. .

affair which should receive your "Dayer" on Genuine of the brave."-Palatka News. W. L. Pinholster, of Pine Hill, Dance and Picnic

ti careful consideration, provided oft was attending business here Sat

course, that your county is one which BROOKER urday.

;, in the past has largely exceeded the The B. Y. P. U. subject for next EARLTON BEACH

provision of the law with reference to Brooker, July IS.-Rev.. Ridenour, Sunday night: is, "The B. y P. U.

j borrowing money Unfortunately a of Gainesville will fill his appointment Work of the Southern Baptist Con

great many of the county boards of '3B.warel here Sunday. vention. Everybody Invited to comeS Saturday July 16th

I public instruction have incurred obligations Miss Rosa Surrency of Pine Hill, o'clock promptly.R. ,

l i in excess of the provisions of I spent the week-end here at the homeof A. Weeks was in Starke last

_ 4' r law which authorise such obligations i Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Marefoot week.R. Musical Program, Boat Race, Quartette
Many counties are now facing a very D. J. Byrd of Graham, spent) Sunday W. Thomas of Pine Hill was In

grave situation as they undertake to Unless here with friends. our town Sunday.I. Prize Dancing

i finance the schools for the coming'; '' "'BaJ'W', 011 package you or oa see tablets the .zee' A. B .Shaw of Gainesville, was a W. Pinholster Sr., of Pine Hill

term. are not eTting genuine Aepirin .y.embed ..... I business visitor here Friday after had business in town Friday after All proceeds to be used for surfacing the road from
The recent legislature passed some by ph,........ for tw.b : noon. noon. Waldo to Earlton.TICKETS .
ti .
/ ( measures which validated the outstanding A years.Pinaoy and proved aa told afe ia the by million.Bavw 2e. I H. D. Surrency is spending a few Alice Jones spent part of last week

i debts and also authorized for Colds, Headache, Neurslgi: .. Rbeu packa_*'8 days with relatives at Graham. attending busines sin Jarbvtnville. $1.25
r the county boards of public instruc: CI1. Earache, ToeUexe, Lwn bsgo, and I P. M. Barefoot who was on the sick Eldon Baxter motored out in the
""fill deferred obligation far Nit. Heady tta boxes. of twelve Pine Hill section Mond."
tion to issue serial, j Table- Aotplr soul few Bayer I list last week is confined to his bed Dancing every THURSDAY and SATURDAY. Good
arising from the j emta. DriIR- with malaria fever.S. C. M. Andreu of Bradford was in
.; 'the proceeds << eta also Mil larger j..ckagee 'A.ptna Music. Music Sunday afternoon 4 to 5:30 P. M.
V of current obligations. The oJ! of MaowMetkacideetcr of SeJicjrUoackL here Thursday afternoon. Shores and sons, of Pine Hill,
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BRADFORD COIINTY -TELEGRAPH. glARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE!: F l
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- - gro, Alex Roberts 22, did not go out !

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. to work Friday morning. Mr. Town. j

_.. ; send rude up to his cabin and told him YMY
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F.w7II slyr' '' *'-9'r"1 Y7w I ew s.w.r, !
he had better start to work. Roberts

; Live State Newsj I I replied he was not going to work and .' "

Mr. Townsend said "Oh, yes, you are" PAGE' THREE.

t.-------- ..- -' *"*"*"..**.+. Roberts picked up the top of a gasoline / ':'"'''' -
j" .aar..w..a/ ld .
,
Told by Our Exchanges.: tank and hurled it at Townsend'shead. >li lllN t
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Townsend dodged and Robert
____ i ", m1V
----- I his slicker over
him
at gripping
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% his breast with one hand and grabbing -

g C. Crosby was shot and killed I manufacturing plant and the erectionof for his revolver with his other .. N I1 1 .'
I
Sanders, both white at Msoe- the building will , I Ji
by Zen begin at an early hand. Townsend got the revolver from '. iI I t re( i
southwest of Madison Sun- date. ,
Hall,
him In-
ley Roberts and shot him, killing ,.
day at 3 o'clock during an altercation stantly. '. t

in a ,a rage. Deputy Sheriff Verne staged a movIe -

I thriller when he ran down a run- A raid on what is alleged to be the i .,
\
E. 0 .Pemberton, head of a phos- mule ,
away team of the Southern Express resort of of automobile thieves
a
gang
mine near here, died today at \ I
phate Company with his
automobileon and whom they believe to .be responsible -
where he had been taken for Palm
Bartow Beach's
thoroughfare. The also for a number of other rob- iss.

treatment of injuries received when deputy, in his chase, paused to pick beries committed in Tampa and ad-

lie was struck by an automobile on the .up a negro chauffeur, and after givIng joining towns, was made at Devil's Prince Albert's new' ;
road between Mulberry and Bartow. him the wheel a
jumped from the Island, a swampy section on the Hills- at
died within'an hour after the ac load
He of his car aboard the runaway borough-Polk county line by sheriff'smen -

cident.An vehicle and stopped the team in its from each of the counties. One r'rS

accident occurred: ; at the saw mill flight before it had done any damage. man was arrested in theraid and he note in the joys of rolling'em 1

Is in the Polk county jail and Seth
Henderson-Waits at Caryville on -
of :"Fisherman's luck" brought O. H. Scott believed to be the leader of the
in which a white man named
Tuesday,
Dishong into criminal court at Miami band was arrested here at midnight

Edwards his was clothing instantly got killed.caught In some in a and cost him $112 Several days ago last night and is in the Hillsborough Talking about rolling And, for a fact, rolling

manner Dishong was out crawfishing in Bear's county jail. In the camp on Devil's own cigarettes 'we'll Prince Albert is mightytell
and his right leg was completely your up 4
pulley f fu
Cut. Island found two Ford touringcars
He was
thrust his
torn from the body, death being in.tantaneous. to the water and when pronged he attemptedto spear in- a Ford truck, a large assortment you right here that easy! P. A. is crimp cut and

pull it up, he found something Inert of tires and accessories dry goods and Prince Albert tobacco has stays put and you whisk it .Print, ,Al. !>*rt rd I.
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r.y
The long controversies between the and heavy on the end. Up came a groceries in quantity, some of which 'em all I lashed to the mast! into shape before you can :'dJ'lid.':y r.d Nn.,'
the stated last have been
and the Western Union gunny sack containing numerous bot- police night three! And the next rdf Awl* pounrf tin
government tles of the "real stuff." So Dishong [identifie das goods stolen from stores You've got a handfulofcount ltd tfa .a"degrkn
of the Miami-Barba-
.doc'H over) the cable landing was brought to an end to- speared again. When he had hauledin and warehouses in this city happiness coming your direction instant you're puffing away r iu"m (Jas\:, :', :i ift

a dozen sacks he to beat the band I f
weighed anchor
the of federal when it with taps
lay with granting permission and came back to town to celebratethe Captain of Police E. E. Harper of you pal I

for the landing, according to day's catch. Pensacola was suspended tonight by P. A. and the makin's Prince Albert is so good "
the local office of the
word received by
Union. Commissioner Frank Pou, pending an papers! For Prince Albert that it ]has ]led four men to

Western Judge Dubose, county judge of Du- to investigation arrest a band into of an men alleged dressed failure in is not only delightful to smoke jimmy pipes where bl'' 'J 4;;

The chased for one hundred dollars Sub I ty-two boys from the industrial school +
ordered C. Lochas! to leave the city. the old a
marine Chaser No. 145, now at Key at Marianna are now ready to be plac- greatest buddy- .e
Lochas left for Mobile. The -
West, wihch will be brought here und I ed with anyone who will give them a I in automobiles in front men of I.o-appeared exclusive patented process smoke that ever found its

converted into a fire boat for serviceon home. These boys and thirty negro chait' restaurant. Three of the automobiles frees it from bite and parch! way into pipe or cigarette I 3 >fad'sew +
the river front. It is understoodhere I lads oho have the endorsement of the
stopped in front of the place
that municipalties desiring to superintendent of the institution,
while others stopped ..t nearby cor
subchasers for fire range: in age from eleven to seventeen
purchase use as
ners. Three men, wearing long white I.
boats are quoted special prices for years, and have received the regular
robes with white hoods over their
> ALBERT
the vessels by the government.A. training of the school having been heads, leaving only their eyes visible, | RINGE .. t.l A

taught honesty, integrity, courtesy,
walked into the cafe and handed the tazt
;;
J. Roberts, for many years assistant and a trade along with a groundwork proprietor a typewritten letter signed \oeut'M6u.N.:
in education.All +
.
chief of the Jacksonville
police directed Lochus WI" tic l A,
"K. K. K. The letter' ;
the national smdie
department, has assumed his duty aa joy ;
to "take his choice of trains leaving

chief of police, succeeding W. D. Vin- the machinery and equipment, town but do not take long." Captain I --- .. ,"
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who returned to the retired list. buildings and supplies comprising
zanl Harper was in the cafe talking to the Minxes Johnnie and Minnie Klverswere visiting relatives! here Monday.Mrs. .
Camp Johnston have been sold to 44I
Mr. Vinzant had been called from retirement ,
to serve in place of F. C, Woodcock & Rathhone, the highest prOIriptorh'n the men entered. He H* learns to walk the forest and to visitors here Saturday. J, II. Savage( and children and

Roach, who resigned following a dispute bidders The sale was made some said later he thought the men were love J. M. Dukes and M. P. tickle spent sister, Miss Koulo. "Wilkinson were .

with Mayor Martin. time ago. Wrecking of the cantonment members of some Greek order, celebrating Its green. and brown its song andseason's Saturday in Lake UutUr" visitors. to Staike Tuesday! \,/ t

an anniversary. change, Mrs. J'. I'. IVklu In -
wan shopping
is expected to begin: in a short i
I
Yet will not taste a berry that Is j '
.
Last Thursday while driving some while. Four hundred and fifty-eight strange Lake Duller Wednesday, A TOINIO ,

holts> near Wauchula, a young man by buildings were included in the purchase !llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' I Or tread a pathway that lie knows Marion and Jesse Dowling were in Oro",.'. Tasteless chill Tonic ''''''W'''. "

the name of Whidden was accidentally price which is said to have been, | TilE GIRL ON THE JOB not of. our section Tuesday I EnorRy und Vitality liy' l'urUylnjIInd\

killed. The young man had gone to only a small fraction of the originalcost How to Succeed-How to Get Mrs !Iva T. Sprinkle and son, Henry I Enriching the }BUmd I When you (>.el! Itt

a place some five miles out and with of buildings. A sales companyhas c g Ahead-How to Make Good Skeptic and doubter of the flow'r and were !guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1'. I'.1 luklo ) I tr"iitllitiiilnt( /|,liivlHorHtinil> effect see how

some companions were driving hogs been formed and the company will tree, Wednesday It briiidi color. to the lucks.. amid how

Mr Whidden's horse ran into a wire handle the wrecking: Job and market | By JESSIE ROBERTSniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiirj : He questions this and that Inveirtl- :' It Improves tho aiMitlte' , you rill then ;I, '(.

pen and stumbled, falling on the rider the material obtained thereby. gates 111(7111AND J I apprucliita' Its true onto vnlue.jrovu's v
Yet drinks the beaker offered by the
I ( Tasteless chill Tonic I. simply,
home wherehe
He was taken to his
INTERESTS fate to 't
WOMEN'S (Iron and Quinine 'U81""III"d+ in So sg :
Police called to capture a huge/ mon- | syrup n
Myrutso
expired.One And leaves unsolved the greater mys Highland, July 25.-It. C. Wimlierly
pleasant ('vrn'hlldr"n like It. The bl'sal'
key which escaped from its! ('IIII'eIn HERE Is perhaps no surer way of tery. and ulster, Miss Ruth, motored to nemla QUININE to Purify It smith IRON to '

mule of a pair that ran awayat Pensacola several days ago were forc- T discovering just how the Interests. (Copyrl.baU ) Staike Friday Enrich It. IVdlroyn Miilurlnl l gonna and ,
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Dade City several days ago lost a ed to shoot the simian after it had and the opptrtunltJefI of woman liars by Its Sirrngthtmlnil Invigorating r th ''
Truly Amphibian. Mrs. J. I?, ;savage: and (children of Gi-lp genus
leg when it come in contact with a knocked out of a tree one officer who broadened In the last very few yean : l.T:( While on the subject of alligator. Stuart, arrived Saturday for u visit I turn
mowing machine when they became attempted to make him a prisoner.The than to study the women's niUKazlnes. :
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there In always a chortle for me In of nome !length with her parents' Mr. -- 1
frightened and set out at full speed.The monkey was at liberty two days The business woman Is carefully
the yarn that I'et. Daley, the actor, and Mrs. E. Wilkinson I Hill, etiei
blade of the mower was in gear end the authorities fearing it would considered today In these publications. used to tell. Ue was down sooth ,
Dr. W. II. Hudson of Jacksonville
Her training ber chancea of miccesB ,
and the knife was in action at a speedit injure some child, determined to put |i looking at a school of alligators. An
new fields where she may try for positions spent the week-end with hisparents, DocUon'f Liver Tone at
I
about the streets I
never before had been run. The an end to his rovings old darky was In charge '
; these are exploited. There are Mr, and Mrs. H. 11. Hudson mid t +
and the Five pistol bullets "Colonel said I'ete. pointing to
mules collided with a tree among the trees. \,
articles on subjects that would never C. M. Click businuss b. 5
visitor
was a
of his before he succumbed the alligators, "are they amphibious," Killing Calomel Sale
blade of the mower reached the leg were fired into body have been touched upon five or six I here Friday.Mrs. IlWrw
and loosened his on the "YeflHir jesslr, replied the old
one animal it cleanly.The grip
severing two three
years ago or even or years
II. C. Wimberly and daughter
limb where he had taken refuge.No I deity "they's as amflbblH aa b-. ,
I ago.Finance They'll bite you In a ralnma."-New Winifred, were visiting! In Jacksonville / Don't sicken or Mil rat* yourself or
Hernando County Cooperative I Is another departmimt that York Correspondence. of the Pills Sunday.The paralyse :your saultlTe liver by taking )
Dairy Association has just passed its matter how intoxicated a man has shown tremendous development tn I burgh IMiipatch, oajotnel which U quicksilver Your
friends of Miss EthelRicks
third anniversary. It was organized may be he cannot be prosecuted for such magaslnns. Women are learning many dealer a.U. each bottle of ploiunt, la

three under the guidance of drunkenness in the state of Florida, to manage their own funds, and when will be glad to know that she Is hemxlms <>dtoon'. Liver Tone" under r.
years ago FIVE
MILE Improving, after her recent Illness. an Ironclad, .(rack. guarantnethat '
the home workers of held in criminal courtat UK women's colleges run successful lumwr
Norfleet
demonstration
Judge
: campaigns for great aums, as they' do I Miss Rena Marr left Tuesday for u It reguWtne the liver, stomach and "Vri i ?
the state. The association is now make Miami this week because of a recent Five Mile, July IE.-Mr. and Mrs I bowoU IxiMnr than calomel! without nudelaf -
now, and Invert and disburse such visit with relatives in Jacksonville
ing for the market between 500 and decision of the state supreme Zeke Walnwright, Mr .and Mrs. Mar- you sick-15 million bottle Gold,
was Die day whoa women was not I J. II. Carter, of Jacksonville was i
600 pounds of butter every week. The court. Sim P. Lewis and J. E. John- auppoHeti to understand the money ion Waters enjoyed a fish fry at Da- '

skim milk and butter milk is being fed son appeared before the judge and expressed market Is Indeed 'OOe. kie's Mill Wednesday. To Cure a Cold in One Day Ic 1

to calves, purebred pigs and standard a willingness to plead guilty. Naturally the coming of the vote to l Lester I'inholster was a business WEAK NERVOUS Th>...the LAXATIVE<' lli
poultry ]Ii j (I The Judge! declared he could not reverse women baa brought' a lot of political visitor here Wednesday. tulil| 1 t.W. CKOVL JI.'Ie".I."ecuro on...ili bui :3Uu' 'o

a decision of the supreme court, material Into them pages. The work 1I
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Carter Miss Lucille -
Announcement Is made that Barrett so Informed the defendants and turned women can do In politics, her rmponslblltles and Master Runnel) Varnes of ALL RUNDOWNI talltastpempxvttlmmmmmmmmmmattnaasmgil'COFFINS

Bros., of Sedalia, Mo., have purchased them loose. clear expofilUons of what the Johnstown, were week-end !guests of I & CASKETSAnd
different parties stand for,
political
of land in I
twenty-six thousand acres | Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dckle. -
the authorities are in' these are some of the directions: In a Full Line of
northeast section of Marion county Volusia county I

astride the Ocklawaha railroad, ventilating the actions of a party of which expansion Is shown.( Women Waters The slnJlnaBchonl closed taught! by Archie IGuoari Lady Suffered Until Sh, U"d..,......' Su/tpltaa
whole of Saturday
wont to know a lot thing
and that the purchasers expect to masked men who late Wednesday that they did not as a* class, cars Midway class, taught by John Crawford Tried Cardui.-S.ji "Rentt -
the the home of a man nam- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
manufacture pine products from night went to about only a abort time ago. And what was invited and an all day sing
stumps and top wood on the lands amt ed Smith at New Smyrna, and in the women want, they get was enjoyed. Many people were in Was Sarpdsiny.//-Cot Aaa! Always on hand The best service I
at the lowest prices. Spael.l
his I
later to develop the land probably absence of Smith, demanded that There I. hardly a limit to what the attendance and dinner was served in
Fine Because Normal attention to telegraph or-
selling it to live stock farmers in big wife deliver to them her young adopted well-trained, clever ambitions girt true picnic fashion. era. Registered Embalc. +

tracts. daughter. When the woman refused may expect of life In the way of serrloe and p
: Mrs. Hcaltby.
C. I Varnes and children, of .
she was struck in the mouth by one Interesting work a good Income. JVl
Johnstown attended the
injured. Independence, Influence on the futureof closing exercises DeWTIT C. JONES CIS '
Ottls and painfully
Spires aged 19, a prominent of the men !
of the sing at Five Mile school 'the
her country, and a full horn life.
ata about this time and STARKC, FLA.
young man of Winter Haven died Smith appeared Saturday.Mr. IJ/I1DC'lelcl/ MO.-"My back: was M
It to. truly, today, up to her.Copy .
local hospital tonight: as the resultof the men fled in three automobiles. ( pL) and Mrs. T. J. Townsend and weak I could hardly I stand apt and I
said to have been weld have bearloc-dovn pales and .
shotgunwas of them are
wounds when
received a Several --
L. S. Dekle of Lake Butler
children. was dot well at any time" says Mrs.a.
the .... \
this According to policeone sew. ...
accidentally discharged late identified. were guests of Mr. and Mr*. P. P. De- V. Williams wife of a well-know*
afternoon while he was fishing on ef the party i III believed to have kle Saturday.Miss ....... en Route e, this place. "1 1886

Lake Smart. Stires was leaving a been the girl's brother. THE WOODSy Hattie Dukes entertained Fri kept ettlac headache and barlnc Ul
boat with (. te bad" contlnuee Mrs. Williams
and picked up the shotgun day evening In honor of her niece and Sesorlbog toe troubles from which
worked out by
the barrel facing him. The gun was The idea carefully y DOUGLAS MALLOCMLIFB. nephew, Miss Genevieve Albritton and ski obtained relief through the use efCtrdaL DAVISINSURANCE

discharged, the shot taking effect in the late Captain N. A. Lybeck in the Solomon Albritton. "My husband Baring heard

his abdomen. Liberator No. 1, which was built as visitors .f CardsJ, proposed fretting It for ....
Miss Mae Dukes the
!gave c......
of fleet of "ocean harvestera" I 1 caw after taking some
first a
-- the accordIng in Five Mile a party Saturday I . that I was laprovlnc. The result
:; ; tires sound, -
Manufacture proved
automobile been
of has thrust upon the world,awakev: ing. even-I was sorprklac.. I felt like a different
and tube'''f the business of the Peninsula to Capt. Keating, In command of MAN sleep The patrons of Dekle's mill ,I La

Tire and Rubber Company, the \esesl, who has brought it back Knowing not whence be cam nor pleased to learn that the recent rain <, I suffered from weakmess

which has been organized at Tampa from Its trial cruise. The harvester bow nor "II;'. in the millpond sad weak back and felt all ma-dew STARKE
have raised the waters
I did not rest well at night I was M
with a capitalization of $1,500,000. H. proved a success. The scoop easily His earliest Impute .Is an Infant 07,
enabling the mill to run again. |I nervous and cross. My husband said
A. Van Auken organizerand quantities of fish every His final privilege U that to weep he would which
principal
!gathered up Miss Pearl Green visited I get me some Cardol
general manager, states that his time it was lowered and it was this relative 1, be did. It strengthened me . My .
concern site for the we moot wanted to A combatant alUion** l he ought no here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. doctor said I sol along fI_ I.... In -
has purchased a fundamental part
strife. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu called |I good healthy condition. I cannot
itself is too un- Habitual
vessel Constipation Cured:
The .et
try out. A guest onwtlcom come unwilling on friends Sunday. say too much for It." la 14 toll: r
No Worm la a Healthy Child wieldy at present and there are many Mrs. Lena Drawdy was the guest of : Thousands of women OAT* suffered Days 4
All cbUdreQ troobted with Worm b..e aa u*. to .be made. Given'hV as Mrs. Williams dewrlboe. until they LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a ge dally
improvements rudon tbat h not
...Ith,,_.whkh liidfeMm pout blood and..a may her mother, Mrs. B. L. Duke Sunday. IR. I found relief from the use of CardoL prep.redSyrupTonlo-Laxative for flabuua

auk j then la. mm or I law Monuch" dlwurbeee in the see L. Davis left Saturday for a vis- Blnce It has helped so many, yes Constipation. It relieves promptly but
CROVfS: Airsl1BL: TONIC flvwi reau-. W. R. Townsend, a woodsman B. tames' this. unnamed paradox htsUfa. It with relatives in Alachua county. J! should not hesitate to try Cardul U should be taken regularly for M to 21 days .
lady fottweorthne week. will enrich the blood.Unpra of the Dowling Lumber Company to Induce regular action. It Stimulate*and
th. ..rIScmDilth.Bloa employ Dred Douglass of Worthington, wirS troubled with womanly ailments. .
dl.auiM>.eiulcte at a killed em- Regulates. Very' Pleasant to Tskie HOoper .
Toalcto the wbole vyttMB. Nature' will tttwo at Odessa, a negro visitor here Monday. 'I For sale everywhere.., Ell: buttle. '

oft 01'die.... tbe won .,and thrCbtld will be ploje in self defense Friday. The ne- a buHines -r. --. ..,.., *,. --..---.n
>Perlecc tweJta. P....*.....to take 75o per battle ..


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