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 22, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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But Trout' la Hampton Lake Victim Several progressvfe' { "farmers, who The members of the B. Y. P. U. and I* SCHOOL, MEETING TONIGHT..

of' Own Greediness County Clerk G. W. Alderman has At the Gaiety Theatre Monday::evenIng own .land near Powellfa., still\ ;, foond a number of invited guests enjoyed a ---- :

'- ,' given the supplemental school fond a fuse, on the main block controlling .that;some of the public canals",and moonlight, social Tuesday evening at.Ktngsley I. .* The citizens of Starke must* ; Ao

Charley Prescott was out on Ramp good start. Thtnklrg he might be out 'all service and Hghttfttr. ;"circuits ditches had, been partly choked by'silt l lake. After' a refreshingswim come to the rescue promptly if f

ton lake in a boat fishing the other of town Friday night, when the public of the theatre except: ,the -street?I tlf- and grass .and did not fulfill the pun the party sat down to a temptIng w. are to have successful term .

day Mr. rescot thas a puppy of a meeting ia to be held, he has author- cult, burned out, pose' they were intended fort ,Yet supper'' of chicken pilau .* of school during the next school .

small breed, which ia of such a brooding zed the chairman of the board of ing in darltn sa: Th. fuse ..which was ,these waterways s were needed or they wichea and fruit punch. .nd.1 j .* year. The county board has ap- .

melancholy temperament that he trustees to enter a subscription of 9 50 defective in iome manner faded to should not have been dug.. if left as The* party included Misses Doris ( proprlated funds for an eight *

remain small and puny in spite of the for him. If this sort of spirit is manifested properly function, and the flash of the they were, the rain water would endanger Scott, Ina, Mona and Blanche Alderman ,rte months>> term of high school, but ,

most tender care. The day in question by all patrons and friends of current fctartled the occupants of 'the the crops. So they decided to I j Mildred Crosby Gladys Brown has been able to provide for only o

the owner had taken him alongIn ; the school there can be no doubt that nearby seats and a rush for the exits come together and clean the| ditches of Raiford Elisabeth Brownlee, Iris :, four months for the primary and ,

) the hope that change in scenery we will have the full eight months' began. Cooler heads among the audience eut Epperson Lucille and Mary Morrow,.*> /grammar school grades.; The > tl

and associations might do '"the" pup : term with an able principal and effl- saved the occasion from being Those! who contributed to have the of Tampa Willie Dwklar of Jacksonville I special tax district Is still In debt ,
some good. I dent corps of teachers. II turned into a panic'and all reachedthe i work done were: L. C. Powell J. H. Messrs. Thomas Llmbaugh, *> to some extent. What I.1 left of *> "' to

As Mr. Prescott fished along, the Let's all turn out to the meeting I street safely. By that time the Poppell Fred Flume J. E. ConwayJL. .John'' Powell,'Wilbur Scott Herschell" this year's taxes after paying! oft <*

pup crawled up on a thwart and look Friday night and finish the Job in : fuse had been renewed and the lights I, V. Moore white; Jacob Keller and Roddy Crosby Horace Wilson '' 4 the balance of this indebtedness
ed over the edge of the boat down into about thirty minutes. The town of again turned on and the picture continued P. Pullum and John Parker, colored.Their D'I Alvin Beck, Clifford Butch of Ral- *> will be largely needed to pay in* "

the water. There he saw his own reelection New Smyrna on the night of com- example should be ford. Dwight Palin of Albany, Ga.,j cidental expenses, such as wood *

but thought it was another mencement raised every dollar necessary We have been asked by the ownersof by others. Every canal and ditch inl( W. O. Kersey Leslie Futch of llamp- ', lights and water and Janitors *

dog as melancholy aa himself. Misery to assure the success of their the theatre to state to our readers the drainage district needs attention ton, Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cooper Mr. <*> wages. *

loves company and the pup JumpedInto next term of school. What is the use that steps have been taken to pre. a. from natural causes and the "care-1 and Mrs G. W. Alderman and Mrs. 4 From" this statement of the I;

the water to condole with the don for us to let the matter drag We vent such as this happening: again.' leanness of timber (cutters they are )1 H. L. Brownlee. 4 situation it will be seen that the *

he thought he saw. Some splashing are bound to keep our school up to Its All fuse blocks and switches will be choked" up in places. If those patron of the school and other <*

and gurgling drew Mr. Prescott's attention high standard. enclosed in a sheet iron box and in ing on the drains would come delend-I HAMPTON .> interested citizens: are confront : (

to the unlucky purp, and he addition an emergency house lighting and each spend a day in removing *. ed by the necessity of raising a k

was just going to grab him when a GRAHAM circuit will be installed to provide big' obstructions, they would !give the |I Hampton, July 22.-P. M. .* fund sufficiently large to pay the 4 c

big bass came up from below with lights if the 'main supply line fails. water enough power to sweep away of Thereana was a business' Gelllt'r'l grade teachers for four months ,

open mouth intent on relieving: the Graham July 22.-Mr. and Mrs. O. An extra exit will also be providedon the smaller ones. The ditches cost a''I here Monday.Mrs. 1--. At present a term of four ,

dog from his sorrows. Mr. Prescott W. Dyal were business, visitors to the eastern side of the building for good deal' of money and should not be''I T. J. Durden has as her guest I" months is all that your trustees ,

quickly grabbed a paddle hit the fishon Waldo Monday. the convenience of the theatre goers hllowed to fill up for the lack of a littl this week her niece, Mrs. McMaster, I' can promise to the grade teach *

the head with it and lifted it into Truman Dyal of Ziff was here on In leaving the building. work. I of Flint Michigan.Miss 'I. ('ra. and we are not going to be ,
then rescued the puppy. I I 4 able to teachers *
the boat business Monday. Ruby Howe, of Jacksonville, secure willing j ssa

This is a true story and the baas Willie Edmondson of Sampson was MILLER NOTICE TO STRAWBERRY PLANT who has been the guest of the )Misses[ 4 to accept employment for lIo"! '.

which weighed 12 1-2 pounds, was here Tuesday on business. GROWERS )Maxwells[ for several days returnedto
shown to many. The fish could easily Mrs. Elva Lee Abernathy returned Miller July] 22.=Rev. E. B. Joyner I her home Sunday. 4 therefore, that the supplemental *

have swallowed the dog. Yet Mr. from Long Bridge Wednesday after filled his appointment at the Free Will I am leaving Starke Friday but will Misses Lorrne and Johnnie Lou ,.. fund be subscribed at once, In or. *

Presoott is not happy. lie says the spending several days with her grandparents Baptist church Saturday night and return again about July 28, and'all', Drawdy of Jacksonville are theguests I'*' tier' that the trustees may secure '

episode scared the purp out of a year's Sunday. strawberry plant growers' that I have to teachers to open the school in :
of their uncle R. B. Johns. :
growth and.he was small enough: al- Truby Djal was a business visitorto Carl and Wilbur Brown visited with failed to call on this inspection write i' Miss Ethel Hunt is spending. thiswt'L.k 4. September l '
ready. Waldo Wednesday. friends at Alachua Sunday afternoon me a card in care of C. A. Durling:, *. In view of all the clrcumstan- ;
in Atlanta Ga. the guest of
Miss Thelma Curry of' Micanopy T. H. Rimes was a business visitor Starke and I will call oneyou and inspect Mrs. Wales. She will ,visit friends at *' cell wo have decided to call a pub4 ;'

THKRESS Is spending the week with her friend, to Gainesville last week. your plants on my return j Valdosta her return.A. lie meeting. for this (l Friday) < r
on .
Mrs. Equilla Dixon. Mr.: and Mrs. N. H. Stokes attended C. A. BASS 4. evening" at 8:30: at the county* "i"
A. Durden' was a visitor to the
Theresa July 22Mrs. Lula Ear- Mrs. Jesse Surrency of Tampa Is, church at Midway Sunday. Asst. Nursery Inspector. '*+ courthouse. At this meeting it Is .i
county seat Tuesday morning. ;
quet and daughter Marguerite of visiting( at the home of Mr. and Mrs., Marion Waters has returned to 'Iihopl.d to be able to announce def't
Mrs. S. A. Saxon of Pompano whohas
Jacksonville spent a few days recent. Bob Surrency. Brewster after a three weeks visit METHODIST *' inltely just w hat amount of tnonpy 4 :
I I been visiting' friends and relativesat -
ly here with her brother S. S. Swin- Mr. and Mrs. II.) J. Byrd have as with I his parents. ** must be raised by miliscrlp- ,
Graham is the guest of her son,
del. their guests this Meek Mesdames Mu ray Thomas made a business Sunday school, 10 a. m., I., A. Davie J. H. Saxon. tloli, and to organize for the .
Mr and Mrs. D. D. Woodard and Mewn Byrd and children of Jacksonville trip to Lake Butler Saturday.A superintendent' Come and bringyour 4 work of raising the fund. 4
Miss Emma !Hicks was boon attend- -
Johnny Goodman of Starke motored Perry Byrd and children, of Ti- goodly number of the young folksof children. I, lug to business In Waldo *. All patrons and friend! of the <

here Wednesday evening and. were tusville.I Providence attended church here Morning service 11 o'clock. Subject *?. school are urged to lie. present. 4'
Miss Ruth Tison of Harlton is the
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.S. I The Graham Sunday'school enjoyed Sunday night. "Man Working' With God." I .*. It is imperative Unit action bu 4C.
guest of her aunt Mrs. W B. Alexander
B. Woodard.: I.a chicken pilau Wednesday night in Mrs. II. S. Miller was trading in Evening service, 8:30 o'clock. Sub this week.A. taken at
L. L. Youngblood, of Larkins, arrived front of the schoolhouse. The reds Lake Butler Saturday.Miss ject "God Working With Man." A. burden was a business visitor .*. cure H principal and other teachem Rq

here Sunday afternoon on a visit entertained the blues who were the Chastain, of Lake Butler, was Prayer meeting! Wednesday v\cn- to Brooker Monday.

with relatives. winners in the contest. the week-end guest of Miss Carrie tog nt 8 o'clock.) We are studying the C. E. Harper manager of the llarnp- we must have your co-operation! .
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Hampton Several interesting games were enjoyed I Belle Brown. gospel) of John. *. now. It will not do to delay ac- 4
ton: Naval Stores Co. was attendingto f
is visiting relatives here and attending and then the members of the I I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts, of I Mrs. Smith desires all the Sunday ton ..
business in Alachua county Tuesday f'J
the meeting which is being Bible school were invited up to tho Worthington, attended church here school and church children to come to .* Very respectfully, .. q ,

held at the Baptist church. table where all enjoyed themselves.The I Sunday night. the parsonage Friday at 4:30: p. m. J. D. Pry and family returned to 4. K.: R. MATTHKWS: 1d 1

Miss Estelle Woodard spent a few out of town guests were Mr.I Raleigh Bielling, of Providence, was This is the last opportunity she will their home Friday after.a week's vist D. K.: KNKJHT 4

days last week at Starke with rela and Mrs. Geiger Barry Mrs. Ava Sur. in this community Friday afternoon. have to meet" with the children for a with relatives at Omea Ga. ,. Trustees <*

of Tampa, John Stanford of Rev; Whitman of Palatka, preached 4
tives.Miss rency month, as she is going/ away on a Supt. II. B. Wiggins of Sturkc wasa
Gertie Swindel spent Saturdayand Sampson and Miss Xhclma Curry of at the Free Will Baptist church visit. business visitor here Tuesday 444 4 . 4 .44 4A. !

Sunday in Palatka with relatives. Micanopy. Saturday night and Sunday.Mr. M. L. SMITH Mrs. R. B. Sullivan Is attending the -

Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown, of Fred Deavcr of Sampson wan a and Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake Pastor, revival services at tho Thcressa Bap. PINK HILL! rrr rrr

Starke spent several days here during business visitor to the county seat on Butler visited the latter's parents Mr this week. -
tint church
: last week with his parents Mr. Wednesday and Mrs. Roland Thomas Sunday.B. CATTLE CASE DECIDEDThe Misa Julia Maxwell spent Saturdayand Pine Hill, July 22.-Several of the
and Mrs. W. M. Brown. Lewis Byrd' and B. Murrhee 'were E. Brown was a business visitor folks around here attended church at
Sunday with friends at
Rev. C. J. Bruner, formerly of Lake visitors to Clayno Thursday. to Worthington Tuesday I suit of Mrs Bessie McGruder Dr Blicvs of Starke was a professional Sanderson last weekend.Mr. .
but Messrs. Volley McKinney and Blox Earle Peeplc visited friends at and Mrs Lloyd Johns were the
City more,recently of Bronson against the Seaboard Air Line Com visitor to Hampton this week
filled his apopintment at the Baptist Parrish were visitors hero Thursday.Bob Providence Sunday afternoon. pang, for the killing of a heifer by a Mrs.. C. M. Priest left Monday for ,guests In the Watrrmil Isortlon t
Surrency returned Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hiers; of Miami friends Saturday afternoon.
church Saturday and Sunday and Js train, was decided In County JudgeGreene's Brooklyn where she will spend a few .
from Callahan where he was calledto visited the former's sister Mrs. II. S. Mix Pearl Green attended churchat
conducting the meeting which is being court last Friday. D. E. days with friends and relatives. From
bedside of his sister. last week. New River Sunday.
the Miller
held here. Knight Esq the
represented plaintiff
there she,, will go to Melrose,
Murrell and Norman Johns and II.n. J '
John was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. Sinegal Holder of
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Goodman, W. Surrency and E. M. Johns Esq., the defend. she will attend the revival services at
Goodman and Mies Evie Woodard of: to Hampton Thursday. Miami, visited the latter's parents ant. It was a Jury trial and defend. the Baptist church. Surrency were guests of r
Lois 'iMoody returned from Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples last week Surrency Saturday, J
Miss ,
Starke were visitors at the home of: : ant was awarded damages of $25. But It. M. Williams was a business via.
Thursday after spending Seeber Stokes was a business visitor Mrs W II. HarreJl was in the ;
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard Saturday Long Bridge as this sum had already been offered itor to the county site Saturday
termlll section morning.
several days with her cousins to Worthington Tuesday. Monday
night. Mrs. McGruder in settlement before ,
Mrs. L. M. Andreu and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greene and
Mrs. Lula Earquet and daughter, Misses Pearl and Eunice McKinney. Tom Moore, of Lulu, was In this the trial, the coats and atorney's fees Misses Gladys and Edna, are guestsof : 15,
daughters, Loren and Ozena attended 1
Chesley Fogg Truby and community Sunday afternoon. \
pent Saturday and Sunday in Palatla Mesdames were entered against her and had to Mrs. Andreu's I parents, Mr. and
visitors to the coun Miss Mabel Brown ef Gainesville church at Brooker Sunday. (
with relatives. Irvin Dyal were come out of the $25. Which shows Mrs. T. M. Hagan this week. J
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency "
Chas. Beck and son, Albert of ty seat Thursday. spent the week-end with homefolks. that it Is sometimes bettel to settle] Rev. Burke of Waldo, pastor of the ,

Hampton, were visitors here Saturday Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a business Turner Hill of Santa Fe, was In with the claim agent than go to law Methodist church, will fill his appointment visiting, In Brooker Saturday afternoon :

tilght. visitor here Tuesday night. this community Sunday night. lie has selected
attended O.. A. Thomas of here Sunday. Eldon: Baxter, of Brooker was
S. B. Woodard has returned home Oliver Sparks of Mounteocha Mr. and Mrs. BAPTIST service
.. his subject fur the evening ,
guest of friends here Sunday alternoon.
school here Sunday. Alachua passed through here Sunday ,
from a business trip to Orlando Lake- "Astronomy." His sermons are always t
land, Ocoee and Oxford. Math Wasdin was a business visi- enroute to Midway. 10 a. m., Sunday school. J. T, Quiff- interesting; and those who miss tt
Euntla of New
Saturday afternoon. Albert Miller was a business visitorto Kelly River was
Mr. and children tor to Hampton Icy, superintendent.
and Mrs. L. V. Moore one misses a treat.
caller In section
of Starke attended church here Messrs. John and Volley McKinneyand : Worthington Saturday. 11 a, m., sermon.! Faith the Cure Rev. Gibson pastor of the First our Sunday
Mrs J. E. demons returned
Blox Parrish, of Sampson were On Tuesday Mrs. II. S. Miller entertained of Fear. wishes to
Sunday.Mrs. .
Adam Kalch and children left visitors here Sunday.Ed at Worthington the following 7:30: p. m., B. Y. P. U. service. I Baptist announce church that of revival Hampton services willLel'ln Galnesvillo Wednesday where she .1.1't .1w
been her
visiting Mrs. A.O.
Juanita of relatives to birthday dinner daughter/
Smith and daughter a 8:30 God's Greatest
last week for Crawfordville Ind.. : p. m., sermon 'July 20th at the Melrose Baptist
few days.
visitors here Sun and swimming party I Mrs. E. B. Kersey a
Gainesville were
there they Joined her husband to church, of which he I. pastor. The
Gift.Wednesday Fred Greene was the guest of
Hiers. of Duke., Mrs;C.: A. Liddon prayer meeting at 8 p.
make conducted Evangelist -
their future home. services will be by
day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. G.I| Barry and of Tampa P. J. Hiers of Wauchula here Sunday afternoon.. p
Mrs. S. T. Bryan and children have Rev, T. S. Hubert, of Douglass,
I m.We J. E. demons was a business visitor
returned to their home at Dunncllon daughters, Thelma and Dorothea and B. D. Hiers and family of Gainesville, extend to you a hearty welcome Ga. They will continue ten days. The at Watermlll last week.
Dewey Murrhee Lewis Byrd, and Mrs J. B. fliers and family of Miami for all these services. Graham ,
after extended visit here with her Hampton, Theressa
Leslie Greene the of relatives
Ethel Reynolds left Sunday for Tam- Mrs. Elsie Hiers and two little sons W. O.. KERSEY was guest .
B. Triest. cordially invited -
parents Mr. and Mrs. T. I Waldo and are In this section Sunday
of Alachua Mrs J. M. Dell and children -
Supply Pastor.
School opened here Monday with to attend the revival and share the
Mrs. Verlle Johns
pa.Rev. was a guest
Dock Crews of Long Bridge of Gainesville, Mrs. CliffordRayson
Ilrs. Powell of Cedar Keys as principal blessings.V. .
: here the home of A. B. Surrency 1
and of The
Tampa. STORE
i filled his regular appointment son, occasion NEW
and Miss Elythe Collins, of McKinney of Sampson City was afternoon
was the birthday of Mr. J. B. -
lakeside teacher. The Sunday. friends here Tuesday.
.assistant visiting
as Roy Kalch of Hampton was a visitor Hiers. He and his family remainedover I GriQln: a Johns' large warehousenear : who .
Jones of Palatka
attendance ia good. Miss Estella T. C. Morris who recently
very Sunday afternoon. for a week. e I the depot Is being:, remodeled.The ,
Johnnie and Fred Clo here has been the guest of her grandfatherW
Williamson Livingston, place on Water '
John Eddy and son, Harry of Moun- Mrs. C. A. Liddon of Tampa, andP. front portion Is to. be a genera!
versettle spent Sunday II. Harvey, left Saturday for Jack has
of Lake Butler moved his family here from .
teocha were visitors here Sunday. J. Hiers of Wauchula, spent'a few store,; and the. rear sv warehouse: for where she will be the guestof "
here friends. sonville sonville and
with Birt Stokes and children of days first of the week with their sister wholesale goods. Griffin & Johns I they are now
Mrs. .
of the her aunt Mrs. D. I Bugg.Dr. I
Fodder pulling in the order located at their new home. .
Mr. another
day in Largo are visiting her parents Mrs. H. S. Miller. have-tfca f moans for starting I Middleton of Starke has made
our section. this week.Miss first class tore in ,Starke, and the
/ O. W. Dyal -
Mrs. to
Mrs. Jim Koon and baby of Waldo and Ruth Smith of Gainesville STARKE HOUSE CHANGES new one will be made attractive I, several professional visits here this returned their borne here Monda

Are visiting: at the home of her parents Saturday with her parents, re- HANDS enough to appeal to buyers in the I week. Mr. T. H. Gibson and dau<<

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Padgett.S. spent morning. northern portion of the town and the' Miss Gussle May McCord who has Cleo, of Melrose attended church
B. Woodard was a visitor to the turning: Sunday been the guest, of her grandmother, Sunday.Mrs. .
Lem Brown and Mann Robinson. J. B. Sapp has sold his interests in country to the north and east.
county seat Tuesday afternoon.J. Messrs. were visitors here the Starke House to Ralph Alvarez Mrs. T. J. Durden left Tuesday for E. F. Hardee and children

of Sampson and the latter is already. in possession.This NOTICE her home In Cary, Mlas. ...... cently returned from Theressa ....her.they

W. Morgan has been appointed Tuesday. Abernathy was a visitor to hostelry always popular will Rev. Gibson preached at the Baptist I had been the guests of friend.and

deputy registration officer for the Frank .' have iJ reputation enhanced by the There will be a working: cf New church Sunday morning: and evening.The ': relatives.

town and persons wsihing to register Waldo crowd Sunday.of our young folks spent new management. It is clean and JRIver cemetery at New River Baptist attendance was good and he delivered "Mrs. F. E. Henry left Sunday

way do so by calling at his store. A afternoon at Hampton beach. roomy and the cooking: is excellent church on Friday August 19th. All his sermons In an interesting. NeMquehonlng, Pa. She will upend! f

Ladies wishing to take part In the Sunday Jack Heard has been engaged as porter parties Interested are urged to attend manner. eral days there, after which she

city election must register in the city Miss- -! Weeks, of Brooker, Is which means that the wants of taking dinner with them. There Mrs. S. J. Milliard and grandson, go to New York where she will b

1 I.>ks. The county registration. does Virginia Harriet Ritch at Kings- the patrons will be attended to as soon will be religious services: during: the Woodrow Hicks, who have been visitIng the guest of Mr. Henry's brother,

tot qualify them to vote in ton elec- visiting Miss as known. noon hour relatives and friends at Trilby las Henry for several months.
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There are very few fools in this I Opportunities are never without value .
oootyotmo d [DISCARD WHITE NAMES world. They generally have enough although ,many people are unable

8 sense left to consider others more afflicted |, to fix the price.
BLUE S:10ES.: Old Indian Ones Used In Describing than themselves.

Land for Sat.*. I After all, there is a bond of sympa.

By MOLLIE, MATHER, Home years ago Dr; diaries Eastman It ill universally admitted. that the I thy between doctors end editors The
tbe well known educated Sioux
Lord created but one perfect ntan, but one doesn't care to take his own med.
Indian, was assigned by the Indian
bureau at Washington to visit the dlf.feceot there are many millions who Seine, while the other seldom follow.

Reverend Walter' VVslnrlgbt .St,.x: reservations In :".South be No. 2. his own advice. >_ 'r|
'1 I '!IJ ".0.>YJL IS 1VISl'ulltu u..1 Mr. fvasuia carried, them to an-. paused In the luldnt of his svruiun. Dakota: and Salve tbet Indians' "White

I :i l : r" ; other part of the woods hr'aee1'IU wbilaunmlmskabisaanoy.nce' crowed Mill's Nauu..." so their old ;Indian 1 We Intended to say it, but'n exchange That Atlantic City mlxup can hardly .
ti- Mr" When It was alrnuHt daylight Mr. afpfr0reatur:,* ... th* g1llac.lD; the namecould, bediscarded.. lie ,was .. beat us to it. It says the be called a prize'fight, after all.
4 ago long Srfore ,,who
Ii MANYearn' Puasuw. took another chicken and departed a seemed to have employed many month In the tatk. stock of June brides was small in Payment was guaranteed',Is advance.i i
clever or sJyl; or facultybringing* to his ,
t -.' Mr-.. Owl w'|M) bird, or a py of the for good, and wbea }!r", Toi ,fitirt,.efforts. . naught 'However; the new, 'names given the quantity but that the deficiency was
woods folk bail earned any {tame for looked Into the cave he found only ffew : 'Now,. when, Ji. was Indians' at,.... time, appear to have j made up in quality. It isn't the beat of policy to take all
.,, of the many chicken be had! preaching with beennad;; only.temporarily, for.the get. You
tbetnaelve .
other then their own. there f telling earnestness,, upon jUi*. beauty you may get more than
4' was trouble between Miv FOI. :' and Mr.2onum. placed' there lot tiaoilllty, she fijtted Uke' home Indian generally again bar*, assumed I The only trouble with industry I* you want to talc*.
e Mr. Possum was nowhere to tx their regular ,India name;"/: and In
dainty butterfly' 'Into Us that it need. to be a little more In I -
found. lie Lad moved bag and baggage I gl"my dealing with -"rn..l'I'bItthese' old
: I happened In this Mr. Fox church edifice duitriou Never mind what your neighborsays.
(' ,. way : to another \bom*,.!!ut Mr. Fox ?attracting DtJIl-onI11h. pames are used. )'18.'fIt these del
'on* night,went for chicken to a farm hunted, until be found him, and the attention' arm.tromeu; of his con : names are 'very unique. 'A:-large number It's what you do" that. . coorrU.i .
r yt .. a long way from Ma hoflwrWid whoa trouble began gretmiloa, but "the- sneaking admiring '. of tracts of land art to t* oU at Thu. far the summer has been quiteIn

he arrived he found that the poultry Mr. Possum said he was not tile> attention of the men as .well. the Itoaebud,agency'In South Dakota keeping ,with the prohibition act. The efficiency, of come people consists .
tJ house door was n|>..0. and It wan ay same Mr. Possum. "I never lived In The serious gaze of her' clear. blueeye and In the legal notice of* .sale the j It Is a little moist but infernally dry. principally of the recommend

enough to g">rt all be anted, fur Mr. thy place you speak of, and I do not atoned, penitently, for the Irrepressible names of the Indian owner are required -. tin of their riendav-.-

? Dog mat away. know about say rock or cave or chickens smlle'uf her .lips.filoce. his I to appear. The Jut contain If you find it impossible to get rid
I'' I r TIle only trouble wss that !>.. had ; you have the wrong fellow, Mr. arrival the decidedly ouitlc township many names of an tnusual nature. 'i of potato bug in any other way you It's a funny sort of combination but

Ill,) place to store them' arid It wa too For:," he said. Walter Walorlght had been both Among them are the following might squirt little modern booze ov I the man who paint a town red often
.J .
( far to carry them to liU home and go Mr. Fox tamitffd a. : : was surprised' at the bold .. & Alice Little Chief Bull Eyes'LeadIng ,i ace the tops. Even a p. b. couldn't gets a black eye during the perform.
r back for more manner of Mr. Possum, for he was power.When Horse, Fat Woman Daisy Orey- survive that
x' iff. ,)Pot hapiwned to think of Mr.PoBMitn I sure he was the one he was looking Miss Isabella Ogden favored bound Martin Sharp Fish, Hurricane ance. .

; and ha decided that he would for; 'still there, was a chance that be the church with her presence, attention Chasing In Timber. Plenty Nests, Bell '
make a bargain with him to take care had made mlstske. was drawn from Jhlm and his White Crane Wfalklng, Agnes Iron They say a woman can't drive a nail We term them the weaker sex, but
I; a subject Inevhsbly.She ) but most of them drive their husbands devil wishes
Right here Is where Mr.' Owl earned Shell, Louis Cornea From War Stephen can many a poor they were

r r his title. lie was sitting! 'In' a tree was an Illustrator, he had heard, Bear Heels, Wilson Kills. Herbert 'I to do it for them. not half so strong-
py near by where Mr. Possum had made growing steadily Into assured success. Eagle Hawk Charle. Spotted Elk |;I /
i NO e hi. new home and heard all that had and she rented the Browlee house Llir.le Yellow Eyes, Thomas Prairie I i The road to ruin i i. a well trodden. The sun_muat love us dearly, other.

been Raid. furnished for the summer; liv Dog Philip Had Whirlwind, Lucy Blue trail. You can't miss it if you want to wise it would not waste its ray uponus

Tertmps you are mistaken Hr. ing there with an old woman furhousekeeper. Home Jealous of Him Lone Elk, I l I'find; it. i with such prodigality.
lyis'E MR.O Fox," he said ; "you bad better go To the exasperation of Evelyn Hose, Roan Eagle Horned
VL. back to the, cave under the tree .and the village women, like Isabelle Hound Gilbert Little Battle Amelia I I -
look..ia.ln. appeared to spend! her, tin with- tIe Dog Soldier, Lawrence Shooting!; Cat. ; J. H. William. B. Z. Matthews
j ".It In under a .rock not a tree," corrected IrreKponslblllty of child seeking only I Holy Breath Alice Holy Track Old

Mr. Possum who had Just said holiday, pleasure, making tea partiesIn Black Crow and Half Good Boy I
he did not !know anything; about this her beautiful old, garden.: for chit' The Indian tract to be sold have INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
i'i dren
cave or rock. about who renelllouly radorecl been appraised by representatives of

IJ "Oh ho," exclaimed Wine Mr, Owl, her, or tramping Idly through the. the government, and at the sale cannot you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
,: " .tI..r'-all" iimfrnxlne under each nrrn. "Ouitht togo appraised" valuiitlon., Some of the I I on vou.

ir'/ "Mr. Fox:. go rlnht. 'In and search hi an talk to her",,Hill) town advised tracts are appraised at prices as highas The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the first edition of Its

.'' of his, poultry until he could carry It this fellow's home, and If he makes "It might- do her good.nlter ." f O.OW or $8,000. HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE '
to his home. any trouble about It I will call all \\ Walnrlltht'lIlIrltt visit was not
i the wood folk and tell them.'what a eneoureglnR !The Illustrator serted WITCH DOCTORS SUSPECTEDCuban .July 1st, carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth of property
A* I told you, this happened long j
deceitful fellow |,e Is." tea on the lain end they were waited listed for sale or exchange throughon the United States, Canada and Meiico. -
before Mr. Fox waa clever; h. would If have property for sale or exchange: list it with ua at once. Th
t "Oh, how wise you are, Mr. Owl t"I upon by' the housekeeper who f mll- ;you
not do such a thing now. I said Isrlycslled her ) Officials Inyestlgat Child's advertising costs ;you nothing: on com mission listings. It will be our hard
Mr. Fox he mistreea'tizti&! The
a. of
on me out Mr.I'oMum's .
80 lie rolled on Mr. Possum and house with his, chickens *rff"',twore a 'dlnphnn IIII".. dress' .. Ihntpnv..loppil Disappearance, I luck if we fail to find ;yon a deal'
told him It he would take care of thechickens ; Provincial authorities are conducting }
'you are the wldext bird I ever knew, her like a rone colored
''f' he would give him two fine a searching Investigation Into the Inter-State Schell
and wine you shall be railed from this cloud and she naked him ingeniously i Realty Company, Building
one to for his kindness.Mr.
Ply day" If she mlcht use his fare for a uiHpa- mysterious disappearance from Ms J
t I'oHHum Bald he would and that And when there Is any dispute sine illustration at which' she was home on a ranch near Quantanamo, f I LAKE BUTLER, UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.
c ,he would More them safnly away under among the wood folk now they always working. The following offense of the Cuba of Candldo Mar-tinea,, aged five I
a rock by his house, where there who, It Is reported have been .- .- -- -- -- - . -
call on Mr. Owl to weal. it for Mr. Sunday morning entry which caused al
was a cave Fox told everybody how clever and him, to pause, and tone for a moment victim of witch doctors. r You will make a mistake
Mr. Fox trotted hack and forth all woe was Mr. Owl In finding out about the, thread of his "...rllon.'all Innbelle's Three men and a woman are being I Big; Reduction In Prices! if order ferlHI.I
you your
eight with fat chickens which: he put held without ball for examination, one
his chickens, though he was careful! crowning: fnnlt of all. For "hewm
El In the cave under the rock hut, he did not to tell who, hind t thorn.Copyright wearing' a pair of pule blue hoots, of them being known locally as a zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plenty
l"c, 1 not know that a* fust ua he put them ( .) "s she mule down the staid itlxle.IllllP "healer" and seller of patent medicines. of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In-

kill "iihnos. kiitlAlitn, mirrnnn._... .H___ ..lnir.. ".. The aunt of the missing lad sectivides; Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
he his Dole relative' says that his illIteI'dllloPl..ared O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
that pur.xlm some women when planning mny very pretty, but pale 1 blue .
"( I their, shoe among! the plntn, serviceably a year ago under similar JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
'HE I ,vHT TIlING twentyflfthannlvcrsnryanreally d circumstances.
i 1af J C It ought not to he very dlltlcult hod folk of HlltMtnwn, were nn eccentricity May 20th Price Lists. Nof furnishing\ "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"
edp1' ) \T to solve. There In the text of precedent and, a fonllHhnrss, I

', THE !tIGHT TIME i for the custom but when 'the The pastor Rfeeted her coldly upon
bride of twenty-five year line dimmed her departure. Ills iillNiiiiproval with

0y MARY '" P SMALL:! DUFFEE very much In form the wedding dreitsmny himself, wns (greater that as days followed .
be extremely unbecoming to her he allowed the girl's Image to

or It may need very considerable haunt him
I ANNIVERSARIES.Mod"ratlon alteration to make It prrnnlhle to wciar, "She'll have you eating out of her

the nobl..t sift of Il':kv.n. The effect then. Is not apt to be pleasIng hand jet too" his own privileged,
-IQurlpldes.RECKNTLY. and the woman so dressed may housekeeper remarked., Walter Wsln-

i 4 \ at a silver redding look very much lens attractive than If right turned uncomfortably away

r. '. ; , of a prominent New she were dre....<>(l In a reception frock "Itlue shoes," the women now
less' rich In association Under dubbed her ,sarcastically
Vii" ,Yorker the Invitation, which were no condition
f engraved In sliver, contained these should she wear the bridal "IJttle blue nhoe," Walter, 'VII In-

M worda at one elder "The demands' of ""II. however as this 1* alone appropriate right: tenderly thought of her-and HereThere

tic 1 f war relief are pfenning. We hone for to the maiden\ bride.Copyrl.htd nlfched. Why was she so perverse, this Something Doing
'Y your p..HI'IICIIOI I.r.tlentl-at our ( ) stranger
I liver wedding anniversary."' Among -0- "Iteckou" his housekeeper went on,
t t f the gucsta prevent at this anniversary "you know that ulie artut woman
t as t "r reception were scores of New York'a .has, been sick Dork Walton stops

,,I moat noted noclety folk the very 'there two or three time a'day, which
rl a people whom we usually look to for ain't no more however" she added,
i 1\\' 1 leadership In lurh matters of social "than he's been stopptn' ever since
I'' \ she came. You'd think a man of his
usage. 80 If you ire looking for a
I: :; precedent In Killing, to your Invltatlona Sense would look other Where's for a
I for ,anniversary' receptions or wife-but you never can tell looks,
t s other occusloiu when present might get 'em." Walter" Walnrlght hurriedly
(, ' be upcctvd: some, Indication of the went to call lie felt It his Imperative
'm I'
"' fact that, you would prefer not to duty. A girl of fifteen or so sat

1 have them, here It I.I 'TactWILLIE'S propped In an Invalid chair, her clarke isn't aSTORE: in this town that is built merely to CATCH
,,,. gleamed beneath short black hair.
The fact I* that often people refrain JOKE
The crippled" girl pointed Invitingly l to TRADE! .
r from baring wedding "Pa what _
d a funny word whelMm *- a chair.
vary parties for the simple *' I.." to .

k 'J that that will they make henltst the to recipients send .nOlve"'l "Why"What's, take funny away about the It whole?" of Itand clalmJOd."that'"1 am Izcle's. what protegee she,"call she me.t ex. Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted to DESERVEtrade.

live with her and ahe
you have same UfU" doe.every-
they are obliged to make .
l' of present. When tills Is for a tin _J.- thing for me and keeps me happy. All
the time. Isle loves to make people
e or wooden wedding the obligation lee
1AY trifling, but when It Is for a silver happy.ometimesthe girl's eyes There isn't a BUSINESS man here who doesn't DEPEND
/ tl HOW DO YOU SAY IT? shone' "I try to snake her happy too -' upon
or then there I.
golden wedding
for this hesitancy., morecause .y C. N. LU1UC Surprise, you know. Gabby: -that's the people in this town and surrounding territory for all-or most of his
what I call the housekeeper buy \
t Usually any anniversary for anything Common Error In English and pretty tulle and net for me--quite INCOME.
lens than
silver take
\ a wedding
How to Avoid Them .tl1-alld I sew them Into
'v 1' the form of for one's Intimate
a party only dresses for Iczle. "
I a "friends. Rut when one has been he'e..o little It' And it is the AIM and
a* trouble at all-ml Gabby helps. I PURPOSE of these men to
"ppd married fwenty-flve years then there P itUIIABLY It 'la impossible to teach can Just .Inll"-I feel so happy when
SL Is real occasion for a large reception the great majority of Americans lisle wears them. You see, that's the SERVE you faithfully and thereby strengthen the commercial and moral
t. ,. This may he. In the afternoon pr eve the difference between the two word I'll b
only way ever able to enjoy of OUR TOWN.
r, ,ning. For the sfiernooo affsIrthe hours "sit" and "sot." but grammarians bar pretty things. Last week-I'd embroidered position
r l 'On the Invitation cards would usually been trying to do so for many years llnn for the doctor's table and
be from three to ale thnugb guests "Come In and Met down nay one's he paid me for It and I of
> sent away This town ours is a NATURAL shopping and business
seldom do arrive. before half past threeor boat. II* Is hospitable, but his. grant- and bought i pair of blue shoe for center form

four and runny late comers linger mar Is faulty lie should say, "Come* Issle. All my life, Td wanted to wear. all this prosperous'region.
d after the six: o'clock: hour. No guest In and alt down." blue shoes -Un't >hat funny .More
1" however, would arrive. after the last Whether a hen sets on a nest or ban ever I think; after father pushed"
f hoar mentioned on the card sits on It .la not certain, In eramm.r..Ioee me doa ,the tenement stain anp The selections possible in ill kinds of MERCHANDISE and all kindsof

,i Boar In mind however, If yon are the 'point Is disputed, bat It Is broke ,my kip. Father wa* drunk
sending an anniversary prevent that I quite certain that you do not "sit" a 'I'hen-I couldn't use my feet,-to;, walk TRADING SERVICE are as great here as any place in the land-,

.., although I wedding present Is sent I I hen on her nut ; you "..t" her there. any nor. ,Won Iscl saw. the blue and the often LOWER-because
p' to the bride the anniversary present It Incorrect to say : "The vase sets on shoes she ,urried. Hut I Just ,begged prices more are they have never been

"r r' i I I I 1*) sent to both husband and wife. the table"I say, Instead, "The vase and begged her to put them on and INFLATED.This '
.f The question of whether or not towear rests, 4Jr stands, on th* table. Do wear them to..IIurch. for m*. Fd been
one's first wedding frock Is ona not say, "!'b. flagpole seta firmly Ua suffering a. lot that morning: and

its socket. but say "Th flagpole I* Inls's like :that 8h* we late, but TOWN and its MERCHANTS wish to know all of bet-
set firmly In Its socket. It you prefer, you
she pat oa the shoes There's a cripple
t W-,, A LINE 0' CHEER yon may say, instead. "Th flagpol boy la the hospital that Ib,,'* ter. You ought to know THEM'' better.

sib firmly In Its pocket" going to bring out here to make

-1 By John Kendrlck Bangs. CCopyrlsht.) I strong too as soon a* doctor will let
-0- him come. I think,"-broke: off the This is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.

PEPPER AND SALT. Briton Favor Own Colon!**. girl abruptly, "that you can go In to
}, Canada lead In popularity among hate! now. That' her door across.
Salt and P.ppr I oetn.t the applicants in the British isles for where all thus flower are" Then it is mutual SERVICE. .'
t If NOW. not (..... thins..n,whloh to
free 1"-190 under UK scheme of Walter Walnrlght, stood, for a
>I'bt *!":: wed to thln.. ws eat' state-aided emigration for ex-service: moment diffidently. among the flowers."IJttl '+ : I
y1 .Iwiidlln were CSI.cree'!
If I.a 1 their
a men and -women." Of the application blue shoes. h* asked verysoftly

TIs thus with woe and ear I fwlTh received up to the end of the year, penitently, May I come In" ,
), I I And.r,.m.t*tU* a tru.o"T a sort touch of of meal strife. totaling &&.001\( the largest! Individual "Isabel! Ogden looked bach at him "'I Of

''I Qlves wed and oBionlns to His. total was 32.0S7: who desired to make and anddenly understood. .- .
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If _t(J.Iii. I I. Bradford County Farmers J\ WOULD FROM GO HOUSE !"Fl- Dogmar Godowsky II FEARLESS.... GINNY t!

t PELLAGRA SI'KEADINC ou rh counties, with special intention the sheriff occupied a room with one By JACK LAWTON.

OVEn TilE UNITED STATES: to the bluebcrryaed grape culture at I I of the prisoners for the night, the

H ;d Oldsmar; all for the good of Lake deputy rooming with the other pris TO HOUSE

w_ ....... UaloaStewart's .>
oner. When breakfast was over the c g1) till .ra &>a..r
I .
Washington July 16.-The United .ounty.I sr
a whichis next morning and the four were readyto aunt was tile solver of
d + States is menaced by pellagra,
spreading at an alarming rate, pare I Polk-A good citrus crop next sea- start for Fort Myers to take the TENNESSEE FARMER WANTS TOGO most of his problems. When either

..r in the Southern States, aon Is practically assured, with moreoranges train for Wauchula, the sheriff found FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE his bachelor household or his literarylabors '
ticularly than grapefruit. that the key to his, automobile was were going aglee, be went to
cording: to a statement 8C-J missing.So Aunt Sue for advice, and found It.
health service today. Manatee-The outlook Is for an Increased was all the money he had In his His latest trouble was a failure to
Reports reaching the United States this concentrate In the noisy apartment
In celery year.Eggplant possession.
health service show the number acreage I not busy with rented. When phonographs
w public were so my be bad recently: -
I will probably be light, A thorough search of the room and
of cases in the calendar year will be : crop farm work I would go from house to or pianos were at peace other
t probably double those for the last and that of peppers heavy. premises failed to locate the missing house and tell the people about Tan- distractions would arise claiming bis
key and the funds that had disapeared -
1 of the South lac said J. well- annoyed attention.!
year, ahd in some parts A. Livingston, a
more than double. One state reports Oftceola-Pepper and eggplant crops and finally it was found necessaryto known farmer living near Ashland .;'rll'f? Til quit the place soon as 1 can
1 are being planted. Inspected the ev- borrow a key and to make the start find other quarters." Stewart said.
of this as
in May year, City, Tenn."I .
1,817 cases
er-bearing orange tree at Avon Park without recovering the missing cash. "But In the meantime"
677 in the previous May. Hundreds had stomach and kidney troubleand
against this week. All stages of fruit cane On the way one of the prisoners informed A- "In tbe meantime," Aunt Sue Inter.rupted
and farm laborers suffered with back
of farmers > found on this tree, and the flavor is the sheriff that the key and torment my' "you shall to on with tbe
been forced to a lower standard and aide. The doctors could do nothing -
have of book In Doctor Jes-
fine. The tree is well guarded. Contract money had been stolen while the sheriff writing your
of living' by the failure of the cotton the of for me so I wrote to a friend of sup's suburban bungalow. Doctor has
has been let for purchase was' asleep. The money was recov-
Industry and were made easy victims buds from it. mine In Nashville about Tanlac and long been a friend of mine and loft
a i half million ered but the missing key hasn't been
4ht for the ravages of the disease. I found yet.FARMERJJROWN. he advised me to try it, saying he had the key of the place wltb me, while
&d'' i 0 heard favorable attending seine medical convention.
Walton-Watermelons, peaches and so many reports concerning -
SAD BUT IT'S TRUE other farm products are being mar- it and sent me a bottle. It's the very spot for quiet work,

"After the first bottle beautifully Isolated In a walled gar
taking I felt
keted for good prices. Grape crop is "
+ advertisement den.
A washing machine so much better that I ordered another
Blueberries still in the lead.
t fine. As usual Aunt Sue's solution was
t "A man will\ pay $225 .
has this to say: bottle myself and the result Is I ama
and it two days in a Now, Sliver, i if you're going to be a wise one. Stewart Ogden felt a
for a binder use Dade-The Curtis-Bright ranch, after well man. I told a friend of mine sense of relaxation tbe moment be
$65 for a planter and use it two our boy you will need some better about it and ordered bottle for him
year; using tractors for four years, have a entered the silent, tasteful living room.
days in a year; $130 for a wheat drill\ gone back to horses. Last week Mr. clothes. We will go to town tomorrowand and he had good results. I can eat Dogmar Uodowaky tttc charming Stewart's book grew steadily In volume -

and use it two days in a year. lie bright brought from St. Louis 26'ercheron get your something for work in anything I want and it don't hurt me daughter of Oodewsky the famous and interest as the evening

lets his wife rub rub, rub on a washboard and Belgian mares for use and a suit for Sunday. and can sleep like a log. To tell you pianist Is reported. to be making her passed lie was enjoying himself Immensely -
to seven I don't want work clothes just mark aa a lovte" star, much to the
all day long, on the ranch. After a full year's trial any ; the truth, I just simply feel like a .
i;"' ty-five days a year. A power washer with five mares'he is convinced that want to dress up like a dude every new man and have more strength and satisfaction of the throngs of picture "Only twelve," de muted as a chime

will do Its work as well as a binder horses are befit for him. day.No energy than I have had in years. Its heater patron."What's. caught his car "I shall be able to

d rti or any other machine. ; you will have to work if you simply the grandest: medicine in the work on for two hours }et."

is fine and stay with us. We all work here. world. I would like to see all of Then Stewart beheld a strange tab
Liberty-Our corn crop my in Name?
q CORN a leau. It was as though lie, In the
HOW TO CAnE FOIl Well, I'll and live with Mr.
guess go Friends and
those who
much better than expected a few OIollon. are suffering By MILDRED MARSHALL Mliadowy.. living room with Its shaded

( weeks ago. to try it, and I hope you will light: above the desk were gazing ata
$ Ir A crib that will hold 340 bushels But he works harder than we do. reach them through this testimonial Ftcca....... TOUT Mm,htMom' maser movie with
screen, actors registered
t clean shucked corn in the ear will You will have to work there too. Inn.wimp tt _dvrivadj.'irrnlfic' .nc.,
f (; VoluBia-Members of the Daytona which I have gladly given." '....lucky d.f and lucky ,Jew*!. there, Instead of Into the severe whit
measure about 12x12x6 feet. Eight lie said he would be kind to me and
farm bureau are organizing a city Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, laboratory. For Into thin laboratorycame
t G hundred and sixty feet of lumber will\ get me a hardware store.
suddenly a tiles stocklly built,
farm market with a capital of $10- which accomplished such remarkable
I .' line and e'l1lt completely so that the 000. But you will have to work and go: results in this man's MACittlE. with a cap drawn down on his face,
t case, is a won-
If corn can be fumigated against wee I to school and learn how to keep store derful tonic, appetizer and invigorant. end as, Instluctlvely, Stewart, snapped

vils. Scottish In Itself, the off the solitary light, the capped and
Columbia-Members of farm organizations first.Don't It[ builds the ALTHOUGH
1 r, t. The cost of fixing any of the ordinary preparing- stan- want to go to school. I know up system creates a Is originally derived cloaked figure sunk to tile floor before
cribs this way will be more than how to keep a hardware store alright. healthy appetite promotes digestion from the I'rrHlan, being of the name the safe, and began with directed
( dardize their this and seal
returned in in value of syrup year and assimilation of the food and also root as the unite Margnrrt. To the torch to study Its casings. Stewart
one season I guess I'll stay with if will
saved from the weevil according uniformly. Co-operative orders have you you makes you feel strong, sturdy and lucky bearer of thla name the pearlIs brenlhUHHljobserving/ could read the
corn get me clothes and hat
been placed for cans. some a new well jesnup"
,aR nature intended. the jewel assigned. Tile delightful Inscription "Doctor on the
to County Agent Wm. Gommc of Polk now shoes pair of gloves and a cane. Tanlac is Hold+ In Starke Turner's notion that the oyster, rising to safe; noiselessly toe slipped; Into the

county. Citrus-The farmers having over- Well, I guess you had better go by the surface of the ocean at night and square opening beneath the desk and

In harvesting the corn it should be supplied local markets, I made a tripto somewhere else then. You are too high Drug Store and by leading druggists : opening Its shell In adoration, received awaited developments. The next

shucked: clean, so that there will be Tampa and succeeded in finding a notioned\ for us. ev'rywhere.-Adv. In Its mouth a drop of dew congealed move of the picture was more sur-

nothing on the ears for the weevils to market for their tomatoes which Well, you can cut out the cane I by the moonbeams Is responsible for rlnlng. A girl came swiftly Into the

,t ,, hide under. brought them $1.20 a crate above ex- tan make one. W. S. Edwards and family, afteran this delicate fantasy of the I"arl) square of light, and as the man workedon
When the corn has been stored extended visit with relatives and The name wan brought to Scotland at the safe's combination she made
penses. This price proved quite satisfactory When I get new clothes I'll
place saucers or pans of carbon bisuli them.SuwanneeI my KO friends, left last week for their homeIn by Margaret Klthertng. wife of Mnlcol quick Inventory of both office and lie
to down to Starke and
go up one side in Ccannide where It liecnine the big room. Her about
phide about three feet apart over the !\ Palmetto. cursory glance
of the street and Mown the other
A of this Mrs J. C. Willoure national Sottish. feminine name. Ikt'BUKe !- both momentarily lighted apartments
surface of the corn. ( gallon found that club is on the sick
one, winging my cane and they will all a llenrl 'of price Is UHHO- apparently reassured\ her.
jB will\) from 500 to liquid fumigate
) member visited this week has made
elated with the early Rules of lie "You were right Steve," she said.
liquid, /lolle tight all windows, doors since the first of May. ? Why there is something chasing Ellenton last week after a few -or, more tiHtiully, Its original, Margaret through the rest of
und ventilators. Cracks can be utop- him. days visit with relatives.C. has been given: to luuuinerulrie came. Now, burg r I"

pe with sacking. Leave closed for Duval-The average corn yield here M. Andreu and family attended saints. The man Jumped to his feet .Im

4 hours. In about two weeks rep this year will be greater than for the Oh, he's got a long red rag fastened church at Miller Sunday. By wearing: her natal stone, the patiently."I .

at. so as to kill all young weevils past five >'* rs-less fertilizer, too,. to him. Wonder how he got snarled Mrs. O. W Barry Is visiting relatives pearl till hearer of the mime Margaret can't make It," he grumbled

lat may be hatched from eggs laid but better cultivation. We expect to I up in that. do stop him Sliver.He'll In south Florida. will fulfill the promise. of the god. "Must have mixed the numbers. Try

..efore the first fumigation. have a bumper sweet potato crop. run himself to death. Mrs. Alvin Currency and childrenwere which gives her purity, charm and Bf'ability. It. Ginny, and-huiry ;yourself!

I t 'In handling carbon bisulphide care Oh. let him run. I tied that old rag visitors Worthington Her lucky day Is set as Instantly the girl was upon herknees.

ty should be taken to keep fire away Hernando-Two community councils to his tail yesterday and he 'run under Sun- Monday, and scroll Is her fortunate She laughed; a triumphant,
day.O. number For her to dream of pearls whispered sort of laugh as the safe-
((11' ', from -It, for it is highly inflammable were organized in this county this the corn crib and I couldn't punch \V. Barry visited his sister, Mrs, signifies faithful friends door responded. Skillfully she drew

f J in! vapor form. week, the farmers seeming to be in him out. Fred Jones; of Waldo, Saturday. from the Interior various packages

earnest about co-operating. Eggplant, Now you bad boy; you go and catch Mrs. F. L. Willis. is on the sick list "There you are, Steve," she mur

"' ONE FARMER HAS NO WORMS pepper, strawberry and other fall him and take that rag off. this week. Haw l It 5 iarfed mured. "And that had better be all

+1', ON HIS LATE CORN vegetable crops are being planted ex- I'm no bird dog. Wait till he gets J. W. Surreney spent the weekendwith for tonight. Get on your way quickly

\ ---- tensively. played out. his famliy. I"

+' r Joseph Michael, a North Florida I wish I had two roosters, then we Remember Sunday school every Sun- --L- The man afoot) looking down upon

' I Putnam-I demonstration could bet which would beat. I wish her as she dropiwd' the securities Into
I the Florida
,zI: ,.writes to experi gave/: one day at 3:30: p. m.
>:,I"I station, Gainesville and says: this week in culling poultry flocks. and DeWitt C. Jones was here. I'd bet on FIREWORKS.WE 1 a bag he held.

t':' sure do thank you for sending me two In testing milk for butterfat, the old gray. Yes, I'd bet the new "Kissing Is forbidden In Japan,'" said."Please, come along, Qlnny," be

,' ;i\ a year ago Prof. Watson's remedies shoes you are going to get me. chirps an exchange Doesn't do any ) ARE indebted to the Chinese "Silly I" she exclaimed "You will

'r ,,I < for controlling insects on late corn RURNING CHEAPEST WAY TO When I get my hardware store, 111 good to forbid It here. for the Fourth of July firecracker be able to make that train easier It

i't<' crops. You saved me several bushels REMOVE STUMPSA get some dice and I'll play every man and other more or less deadly I am not with you. And If you cannot

1 I"., on every acre. Send the same thing - that comes in. I used to be a dandyat Of course, there may be method In weapons of celebration. They used get hack all right, I am not afraid

\'' toM>very farmer in the state. They stumping demonstration for the shooting craps in the city. the madness of some women who are these articles, shortly after their dlscoery .. of anything.

,\1", ,n(#d it." purpose of deciding what method of Db, my; you are beat-en-est boy continually putting their hands on evil of gunpowder, to scare away "Fearlena Olnny :yon know," she
any spirits that might be In the
.. .. 4;, Here it ins: removing stumps was cheapest in that I ever saw. Now what about going their back\; hair. It might fall off vicinity Fireworks were manufactured quoted to him.Reluctantly .

d } '1;, Late planted corn in Florida la apt section. was recently put on by the to school. In Italy as early as 154O: and ,"the big fellow lingered

) ''I' '' to he seriously attacked by two Insects county agent In Lincoln county, Miss. Are there any boys bigger than me NOTICE were used In France! to celebrate "Sometimes he complained, "I

.1 A the "bud worm" and the "lan A field with plenty of material for that go to school ? I'll bet I can lick : the Notice Town Is Council hereby of*I lv 8ta.n .to....all Fl.concerned.. alttlne; mm the a events of National; Import In 1606. wish Before you Stewart would be In afraid his Ginn,."

1 tern fly." the demonstration was selected and any boy that goes there If they don't board of OQu.II..... on Tueadax July 1$. lt 21. The, Industry now" renter: ID the hiding place
al i and following dare, mad the following ehan- could realise what to do, the girl had
,t l' "The first of these is A large caterpillar three methods of removing the stumps all pile on me at once. I KM In the tan roll. on file with the town United States pressed her companion out throughthe

y, 1'' that gets into the bud from eggs were tried,digging, pulling and burn. Don't you know It is wicked to the_council.or of tae will*. to Further In seealon notice !I.on riven Tuesday that, -(Copyricht).-) door and locked It after him.

} laid on the leav....., It eats the bud ing. After careful estimates the farmers fight TNot Aiutmit 9. '"11. to hear eomplalnta. If any Stewart's decision was promptly:

s ," b I thus checking: growth and often completely at the demonstration and the If you don't get licked. hall there not be. Itand.why the valuation mm fixed by them what's Explained."Pa. the difference. between made. Though the actual culprit had

y i, ruining the stalk. It Is the county agent decided that the cheapest Oh, you bad boy, I don't believe I DeWITT O. JONES. and been allowed to escape, he determinednow

r same insect that later gets into the way, where the stumps removedwere can make anything of you. I guess I C. A.Clerk FUTCH., Chairman Council an epithet Is applied an to epltaphr'"One man before he to hold safely the accomplice;

ear and is called the "corn ear not near enough to a town to sell don't want to be your ma. S A., L. A lv.r..--Personal. -Prom 'ROO to $409 Is dead and the other after, my son" to him "Fearless Qlnny" should make
L. Alvarea remonal
-From $250
$450 both
+ ,y worm." the wood conveniently, was by burn- Sliver throws hw arms around Mrs. T. J. Alderman-One Int of land 240 to ids N -.0- expJanatlon and restoration.

As a bud worm this fellow is boa! Ing. As soon as an air current or circulation ' Brown's neck-Oh, I'll be good. Iwon't Boutheait* 8 by 110 yd. E W. In 8E Cor ot.. When his arms closed swiftly about
Quarter of floutheant Quarter. her, after one sharp glance Into his
v ,, controlled by dusting lead arsenate was started by digging or flght If they dont dare me too. I A, MII..4I.23-Frnm 1110 to 1400.
ti L boring holes the fire burned I want you to be ma. II Ibe tx.U S 8 Blk C Jones Add-From $300 face Fearless Olnny bore out her
into the buds. Mix with an equal easily my good to $BOO, name. Calmly she rested against
: quantity of lime, which must be and in a short time the stump was a and when I get DeWitt C. Jones Hardware R. Hurroupth.--rVnon.l,_From 1400 to $500 Stewart's shoulder
Dr. E. L. Blum-Lota a a 4 N Half of Lot
f1 fectly air slaked. Pf'r-I wreck store I'll buy you a new dress, II T, Blk A, Jonec add-From 11800 to "Well," she asked amusedly: "whatare
K new shoes new hat and*....and 120(10.( ,
Some varieties of corn such as anda E. I,. Blmra. a E. M Jnhna 1 you going to do with mer"I
Com: 18 1-2 It
: Mexican June and the Cuban are less I PRISONER BLITHELY ROBS HAR. new automobile and a colored driver E: of 8R: Cor Call 4k Court St A run 8 am going," he decidedly: answered -

Injured by this worm than others as DEE SHERIFF and we will\ drive around the squareat S2 in I-t 1-8 ft ft to, E her.SO From 1-2 ft IH80. N52 to 11000 lft.. Wi' "to telephone the pollee."

., these two varieties fruw' vigorously Starke like a dog chasing his tail. Dr. E. T. C.mphell-P..n.I.rom 1600 to v 1e.a "The police have no terror for/ me"
/ Fort Myers, July Experiences 100.Mre. she mocked. "In two minutes I car
attacks better
and can recover from Uw Florence E'-P.n.1"1'om' 8800''
? .. than most others. of country sheriffs have been atock.ubJt'rls BRADFORD to I1SSO. make them believe me Innocent.
J R Daela-One tot In Stt Cor Call Court I, She looked up at him saucily.They'd .
'. for jokes of all kinds forages -
The other serious enemy, the lantern fita 118 1-t fl E W en C.I.t by It I-I'' e '
,1//, . also works In the bud. It is ; but it Isn't often that a sheriff Bradford, July 22.-Mr. and Mrs. ft N 8 an Court 81-From 1760 to'' be more likely to suspect:
fly, "
8810. she
said.Awkwardly .
I'' I Is robbed by his prisoner anywhere W. W. Raborn, of Jacksonville, are D C Jonee :you,
it. a small bug which sucks the sap from -From IJOOO to 1BO I Stewart
1 visiting at the home of A H Johna-Bike 40 41 42 41 Ogden led his
other than in the funny columns or on Mr. and Mrs. 44 46 4tt BO 11''
. the corn which then tarns yellow, W. M. Harrell. In Johne add and all landa .....1.. of John charge over to the divan; the tele-
the vaudeville stage. Such an experience add-From (1(00 to IJdOO.
t + stops growing and dies completelysometimes. phone was within reach. The girt
Mrs. J. V. Edwards J. F. Klokllt.-soutla Half Lola B aj. S .11
left a
fell to the lot of the sheriff of Sunday for
This insect rives off a lot T Blk A lon_ .dd-"rom 81100 to curled her fingers In friendly manner
'. sweet honeydew in which grows a Hardee county on a recent trip into a few days visit with her son, H. C, Q 82001. through his detaining arm.
''" much Lee county, if reports from Marco are Edwards, of Palatka. Southeaet Aouthweat Quarter 01 r "I would not call It I
,- sooty mold. This honey dew Is Quarter W of creek except Per.tlone up were you
to be given credence. Walter Baxter, of Brooker, was a aold-From SS7M to MOOO. Mr. Author" she
...... 't'ir" relished by ants and wasps. Therefore M... Anna 0 Idurrhec .-Lota 4 4& 5 BIll torlvlnal advised Tin net
1'' '" '. the of these insects on According to the story sent to Fort caller here Saturday. town-From IBOO to fTIO. such a desperate character after all.
fJrJit presence '
: Several of our M.., Sallle M.lphun-On. A bounded N b 1 Fearless Olnny Is
often Indication of Myers the sheriff paid a visit to Marco young people were just brother Steve's
the corn Is a good Blk 10 orljr town. B!: by Thorn won at., II
{ ..t J flies. and Caxambas In search of two visitors to Worthington Sunday. by landa of Mrs Joh.... W by landa 01 name for me.' To your dear Aunt 8u.
I lantern Remember church III... Benn.tt81000. to I7BO I am known as Ulss Doctor Virginia
_ Norton and S. T, services Satur-
,1 'v be killed young men Martin Mm. Annie E P.ttILota
1. This insect can by spraying f 4k 4 Blk 10 o"e Jessup. Returned
solution into the buds.For Keene, charged with the theft of a day and Sunday conducted by Rev C. town-From 17(0 to ttOOO. unexpectedly fronts
a tobacco A. Crosby Qulvley Broom Co.-Penonal-From $800 to medical convention. Brother Steve
Ford automobile at Wauchula. Keene, ,
1. water use a pint of $1800 scolded
CO gallons me about leaving all that moo.ey
according to reports, was located here Pvt. Alvin Raborn, of Camp Jackson N T Rltch-Lota 10 H N 10 ft of tots II
Black Leaf 40 and four or five pounds 11 Blk C 10.... add-From $2800 to In my office safe. He Intends to
'+ This Insect Is more troublesome and was placed under arrest, the sheriff Columbia S. C., Is visiting at $2000.Rubineon take It on to his own house nntll
i soap. the home of his sister A Le..Ia-P.non.I-F. $280 to
' weather. and the owner of the alleged stolen Mrs. W. M. $800 morning

I, duringdry car, who had been deputized to aid Harrell. S....... Telephone Co.-Penonal-From $400 "I recognized you at once, Mr. Og

1 ., ..,' 4 I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS the sheriff In his search for the two, Mr and Mrs. C. W. Edwards visited .to Lo.taiOOMra. ..... .Uitlow.-Lot s 4 BIll S Alvaree. den," smiled young Doctor Jessup,
'E 'I ,," taking him to Caxambas when they the latter's parent, 1'>Ir. and Mrs. add-From $1100 to $800 I "from the pictures your Aunt Sue has

kt 5) 'f, Lake-I spent-two days this week went In search of his alleged partner T. H. Rimes, of Dukes, Sunday. R A Murla Weeka Wall 4k et J M at-Bmwnlec All BIle -t Tnuteec 4k Lola *for; 111 V shown me.Jf ."

h r Q, condi- To make sure that the two men Raymond HeWitt, of Dukes was a 4 8 5 1 8 II 10 U II North Half let
+, i'''f looking over the 4k 11 Blk IS L T Co'. add-From fSIOU .1
7 tinge !In Orange, Polk, and ililleborrl I should not escape during: the night, caller here Sunday. 13BOO.


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FRIDAY. JULY 22. 1921.
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No Worm In a nraltby Child Balance July I. 3621 _______?-__._ W Cay,. repair I __J.-............ 17.f 011.1. A. A. FUTTH. 7 g R. 21 140
f Dietrtrt 2* __ Correct---Atteet T. E. acre. -. Un the membctc of hall be held ,
All children troubled with Worm* have an R kaylor do IS _.__ n 11.1 i Caatilcr tlll AI.t .
which Indicate UD- 1.1. Jun 1. 1921 ___ W Spire* imrid 18 __. A. A. MCDONALD, at Mid place not each month. '. .
btsItbycov. poor blood. aDd .. 1.4 Certificate No. 181 embrace
ass during. _- A. A. I ".alb..t Quar. Article IV ff
rule then to more or I ess stomach datturbaooGKOVE -_ Warrant. nwued mont?.,____ -- DIJROJN. Dlrarton ter of Northeast Quarter Sec. Tp. 7 8. R. The ... for which this corporation shall .

'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given nui Balanc. July I. 1921 ______._._ FINANCIAL STATEMENT Subscribed and sworn before m* this 6th 21 E.. 40 scow, assessed Unknown e.Ut b fifty (60)) year f.n the dale of th. ;
i |sri|? lot two or three week will enrich the bluoceulnaToolctoth IH.trlrt N.. 21 .". atatement of the board of bond trva- day of July 192L J Certificate No. lull embrace Northwest Qua laauane of lt letter ".."

.nptoethedISestki" .sd acts.a.......... St..tb. Balance Jan 1. 1921 ._. for 8.1 Road and .Bridg O"'r H. O BROWN. try of Northweet Quarter A Eaat Half of South. Article
*whole."'*..m. Nature will then Receipt during month ....____ Ilml.. 8.dfo'County Flrd.. Notary weal Quarter See I.. Tp. 7 8., R. 1 E. 120 That any prnon who I Ia a hona-floe \\f T"n
throw off or dispel the worms.and theChUdwulb W.r.n.. faiaued n__-..-....__. In. .ro.. ,b. SI. 110. to July Iubl. Sc. aaaeaaed Unknow. may become a member of thl. Aaaoelatlon. ..
Balane July 1. 1921 .____ Certificate No. 1PB embracea Antttltrant bring .
in perfect health Pleasant to latoe per baul N.. 121. Receipt* NOTIcE OF APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED ter of Northraat Quarter A Northea.t Quarter Quar .ber.. ..t membership by the mem "

Balance Jnn. D..r. I UNDER SUCTION 676 OF THE of & Quarter. 37. Article VI
I. '
Hecnpta during month ....___.__ FmmF W Rare* tax collector __ .'.*t GENERAL STATUTESHereby K.. CO aeaeaaed 10 T. That the voting newer and the property "
FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF COUNTY W.r..nt laaued _________ T: Hayes tax collector ___.. 18841. notice I. given that L I Hill. puis.ebawr Certincate No. UI embrace* Weet, Half of Interest of each and every member of thai
FUNDS ...ull 1. 1 *21 ._______ W H. .tax collector ___- 8ltt of tax aale errtlncate naml..4 _Southweal Quarter of Sollthea.t Quarter, See. Association. .b.l lie equal :
Monthly financial statement of Bradford Dletrirt Na. Rank of Btarke loan ____.140000E peetlwly I 68. sale of 3906. and 67. 00. 70, 76 14. Tp. I S.. 11 EM 10 scow J VII
county for the month of Jane. 1921. Balance June 1. 1921 ____I____. W H. tax collector _. _. 201.47 7$. 82. 81. 84, KB, aale of 1919. laaued by the Tnn. R .0. I Th* business and Ar.aSs.' :

General Fond during month ___. E W Haye tax collector _....__1880.8 tax collector for Bradford ( .. No 10* embraeee Bouthwwt Quar shall be tranaaeted '
Balane Jnn* 1. 1911 _... . fm Ie "II' E W collector ____ said certincate 6*. sale of (4lnf.. Flor.. Nv by b'i of :
W..nt laaued .__________ Hayee t.1 1.0.. bln.. d." lfr.of hwet Q. .'.. -. 11 Tp 78. and a President and .
Receipt during. month .....____2I2 luWOTrSOJ n.l.e 1, 1921 .. ..._._.. Town of S"rk.on. b.1 on repair Jun 4. I90 I said eertlncatea ) R11 B.. 40 acre, aaaeeaed Mr. Ellaabeth I Trealdent and Vice also t
Issued ---___..__.__1694.19Balanc oul DI...... N-? bill. bridg ____.__ f.46 76. 82 HI. 84 and 86 being f.the 70 day Grifrl.Certlfleate.. 0 1 President and Vic Preeldent .hal Id b
Jnly 1. 121. ---------___6661.10 I.I.n.Jon 1. 1921 .I Em.t A mo*. . _ptll.4 ,of luf,. A. D s 1919. and .fl.the saideertifIestid No 106 embrace* All. of Directors them ball 11'

Fin* and ..rfelt... PundBslanee '' during month ____ __ E W Here, tax ool.tor __--_171.4' In my. ofl.and h. application -I' Tn 7 8., R n K. 640 acre, ._ r. 1. time of : : '. b* a member of
Jan 1. 121 -___.__1989 Warrant laaurd ___.-_:: _"" for tax 41 las,,. 1f *MMMM.IMI.._ Bro*. this in.Ifr_ .
Receipt daring month ___-..___ 6 017 July. I 1921 __ ...___ Total _ -._'1.1 S with I... th* Certificate No. 106 embrace* Beat Half of thIs Anoelatlon also have I.a.amei Secretary, ,
Issued .....__.__... lively embrace Mld'.i8.inp .hl
Wcrrant --- ... 004 60 IM.Irlcl )I.I..t Norht Quarter Northwest Quarter of and which office .
Baloe' July 1. 1911 .----.- ,.878848 Jun. 1. 1921 ; .______ W 'hl.* Son .lpp\ -.-_ 3.00. Bradford county, Florida assessed at th'* date Quarter Northreat Quarter of filled on. and the.f*am* ... The.nun, b*
Read Fand "I during .__ ____ W 2ra f ,,",. __ .-, 9J.00RBurrpwe I of tn* laeuanee of said certificate In th' Northwest Quarter West Half of Southwest her of dIrector, of this Association.. shall b* ,1

Balance Jan 1. 1911 -'___" ,,11216 W.rr.nt laaued mont ,. .n.i., _.__. ..ln. and oil .___. '.JJ. name reapectlvely hereinafter. particularly Qa.r.* Southeaat Qu. Sea. J8. Tp. f even | but the AssocIation without amend
"'....It,.* during monthWurrujits ._.__, O..r.. July 1. 1921 P.___.__._ on.u.. .u""I. ..-..__... 4.70 I forth, towltlOrtlflcato .. E., 400 arrra. Brae. 'I I Ingot of It* charier, may at any. time, by a
Issued _.___.___. Dletrirt G Oldham brd.. repair No. $8. aale of embrace.Northweat Certificate' No 108 Quar. rote of directors,
1111, 1. 1921 ___ .I __....___ .._ .. ... It ) Quarter of 1.0. .10 Norh..1 I I I-hl. lt Incma lt
Balanc ----.----- 212814 Balane Jun 1. 1921 __'_ _ 1 .. .. of toy 4k Kaat. Half of Northwest ". A South .. and may, at any. time, after FandBalance Receipt during month ____ F Canova _I."for December .... 11.1 Northeast Quarter, Sec 24. 5. R 2 Ea.. Half. *o. tl. Tu. T 8.. R. Fast 660 acre, Inrrcaelng., the same, by a similar vote of Ita e
Jan 1. lift .. .. 176.M .. laaurd _____._.___ C Whit clerk D-_?._..-,-. 10.10 10 acre*. aaeeMed Sarah Edeell. aaaeaaed Paul Bm. I I ICertlBcate I !>nard of decrea.e .Ita directorate.

Receipt' during month .............. July 1. 1921 .____.___ .Grfl. 8 m I lumb. -__ > CertlHcate No 111 embracea Lola. S, 8. 1. No. 106 embrace All 28 said dl..n.' shall see fit I but at no time shall.
Warrant Issued ____._.___. Dletriet ...n cover f. t.k .__.... 60.00 or 18 A In Northeast Quarter of Nnrtheaat 'rp. 7 8.., R. K.. 640 acrea, r.Paul th* said directors be Increased
Bslanc July 1. 121 _____________ 8711.11 Balanc Jun 1, 1921 .I Hi br. repair -........ 12.88 Quarter 0... 1. T. 6 8.. R.K., 16 soy... tOrn.. 2 a ...umb.. than nine, nor to
Drainage Faad Receipt during month _.__ ak. pay pli 11. 1. a.ire.ri Unknown Certificate No 110 embrace* All. 8ee. 14 a 1 Ires number than three d..a.

Balance Jun 1. 1921 ._-__.__ 110.COReeelpta Warrant* laaucd .______...._.__. 21 and Jan. 1 _. _.._ 892.97 Certificate No. 68 cmbraee Lot. I In Wo. 'Pi'. 7 8., R 22 E. 640 aerea, Paul J That the names and rcatdeneea of 0181.C. .
during month _- _ _ Balanc* July 1. 1921 _____ .. A Durdrn truatee eKpenee ?-.._ l.BJ lawn. See. 10. T. I 8., R. 21 10 Dims. and of this Association th
1. dl.t. a
Warranta leaned -__ __._ 1LBalance --__ _. ? IM.trirt N H Andrew Jr do __-_--.__ 1.0 ae.eaaej Unknown. Certificate No 211 A n West to for th* Unit ,.h. .
July. 1. 1921 __._ ____.___ .I Co road work Certificate No. 70 embrace ) of .1. I. ., ..
n. 120.CO Balanc Jun. 1. 1921 _' .rid. Qucrer n.1 Southwest Qu... T 8., until their ._0" shell hams '
Widow Pension FandBalanc Receipt during. month ..". P__ lumber . .-- 4.78 of Souhreet Quarter of Southweat Quarter E., f.110 acre.. l Ii,,.T. and ..1 have accepted .." .. _. 'I
Jan 1. 1921 _..___ 662.4* Warrant laaued ,,-..,...,,?___,_?? C.... gawlene and aupplie ._. 19.'8 l 11. T. I S. M. 2 E.. 10 acrea, Certificate No. 126- R Bower. ,. .
Receipts during month ..._.......... 14847 Balanc July 1, 1921 ____.____._. i, Boree bridge timber ..-___. 6008 J Arnold of Northeast Quarter No.Half of South C. ,..etl VI.... II.r.. ".. Fla. '
Warrant Issued .___...._-.__??. Dlatriet N. 29 M IlloooVworth _- 1600 Certificate No 76 embraces L. 69. Wo. east Quarter of Northeast Quarter. See. (' HeeretaryTreaaurer. Btarke.
B.I...... July 1. mi ._________. 967.*! Ralanc lane 1. 1921 .._ _. R Whltehed .4 bridge work 1.0 I..... Re*. 16 T I R I B. .. . T". 6 R.. a 22 10 60 acres, aaaceaed J. 2. Florida.. '
July 1921. ? ? F ('. ..1. for Jan _._. aeeaed Herman Shaw.Certificate Thompaon I. ,
1. Receipt during D. W. .. Director R Bower Preeeott Ceo
month __ N.
Bradford County. Warrant* I. _______ ? C White clerk Jan -...-....... 1000 No. 76 embrace lot. 88 In Wood. Unleaa Said certificate ball be redeemed according Welmann. a C I., (' L c A.
S.... of Florid. July., 1921 ._____TiiTjir.j.jBalanoe __ _- of tarke pay. roll Jan. 6. 16. lawn. See 1$. T. 6 8., R. .12 E.. 10 acre. to law. tax will laane thereon on Bronke, A, Stern, :;
I hereby. certify. that th* foregoing. statement (9 ? 22 and 29 -_-- $8J.'J .Un..nW. the Itth day of A .A. D. 1911. In witness r'l:1. I

of the' receipts. and disbursement. of the, II.I.n. Jnn 1.DI.lnr.. ..._ A Knight clerical work ?______. 7 80 crllr. 81 embrace* Lot. 110. See. Witness my seal thIs porator and .. .
fund cf Bradford Connty for the month ...fIlln. R.'p.' during month -_____?... W Walnwright A Son lumber and 2$. 26. T. B 5.. R. II E.. Tw. of lb 12th day of Jul,.. A. 1 en.o. baa atlP. ..* hand. and AI.t"n..1

.. 1921 .. true and correct to th. bentof Warranta laued ..............._.._ .u""I._ ___._-_____. __.... t.1 Lawtey.. E of R. aaaeeaod a. W. A LOPRIAN. IMh c. Jf. Ihl
my knowledge and belief. Balance July 1. 1921 .___.______... Du.n two keg nail. Certlflrat mbraeea 68. Sec 21, Clerk Circuit Court Br.d..rd r4"at Fla. R D Meal)
O. W. ALDERMAN. Dlilrict ,. C. Telegraph pub eml-n- 14. 26. 26. T. 6 8.. R. I E..- aaaeaaed Cha. (SI) 7166t8.ltMASTER'S C. PRESCOTT (Seal*
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Balance Jun .. oust .I..n. . -.-_- 1.10 ParkerCertificate. GEO WF1MANN 'Get
Court. Seal
1. 1921 _.-_..__.___. work ( ) a"lcked
and bridg
Bradford County. Keeelpta during month ._......_ I Roberta lum.r .JB No 114 embrace Lot 4 In Olt.I SALE 81. C. CADY I Heal
.. .. 24 87 1
oil SID In Lawtey. See. 18. 24. III *.. T.
B . F..I J. I.. .
C. A. KNIGHT. lur..lne Notice la UNDERBILL (Seal
.. ...... I. hereby .given that under and by
: I. S. R 21 aaaeeaed Parker.Certificate 0.
Deputy Ctork.CLERK'S : July' iiii-.:==.. .. h..h. .M road work 21 & E. h. virtue of a decree of made I1RONKK, (Beat
W L Plnholeter No. 86 embracea all Southwe. In.1 10lnll.
I BRADFORD 1. R I'arriah 1-2 d.,. work ._. 1.0 Quarter of Southwest Quarter of Southea and the rendered Honorable A. _.. Judgsof Slate of Florida.S1'TRN,. of Bradford (Heal I

REPORT 8T/TE OF COUNulJ M Caaon I day worl; .._. Quarter eaet of Klngeley .41. Sec SB T 6 and f..Ei"h. Judicial Circuit of Florida, In Befora me th* .nt underalgned authority ee ofyour
G. gaaolln. and ..__-__ 8 K. 21 E.. 6 aerea, a.anaed F. .. 8. County, Florida, on the per.onally
Fla., July 1, 1921. I hereby. ..rl,. foragotag Mann. timber .oi.__.__. t96..1 Unless C S. l.tth day of April. A. 3). 1921. wherein the appeared f. M. 13. .., L. C. Preaeott.
Report of the Clerk oI I the Circuit Courtin meet of the R.I1>" and D brd. Dalle ._._.._.-. 616 to said..rlo. b* ..according First National Rank of Lake City. a Geo. . C. ,.. J. L. n: : .

and for Bradford County. Florida on account the fund of County. for the I H fowling A.d. road work.-_.-..___ 146.00 on th 18th deed. wn. B... ... lon. was em"I.ln.n. and 1t.. A. llronke. A Stern, "r. being duly :
of taxe. assessed for the year 1921.B. of Jun. 1821 I* t. and .. B Hosier work .____.._____. 800 i Wltneee .. Aa.ut .192. this. Keen J. J. Nettles .7 .. ... defendant by hl..I. _say ha .u..r.
of knowledge and belief .r. oflel.1 .I..tu. I. E. M. John name It 0 proposed,
W. HAYES. bt my Wagon Co 1.70 llth day of ,., a* .1.1 rns-ter. will .h..r
Ta. CollectorTo H. B. WIGGINS. F. salary February ..u"pl..__... 126.00 .h offer for .Ie In front of In STARKE GROWERS' AlRCIATION. for the ( .
G W. ALDERMAN. .u.b.
Bradford County Superintendent of Public C White.nn.. February .___.._____. 10.00 Circuit Court Bradford County, Starke.. Florida during the legal ol. wee and purposes th..ln m.n'la 'our (
c...., ProperJun of Stark pay roll Feb. 6. II. By C. A. .F. the 1st day. of A. D. d.Su..r.. and sworn to thl 16th '.5.-.

1, to bat dos ._._.._____668967 19 and 2. ________________..._... 40200 Clerk rI :the highest and best b d,r::for cash: II. 109*. I -.rold
B, amt collected ..,.__.____._.____2072.84 BILLS PAm BIT COUNTY M Hcvllle bridge timber ___u_._ 12.1 1.1.111. 41..1. personal alt.' "RAL> EVERETT M. JOHNS II, kea 1
Faad of Inat on 6140000 ..._ nated and .In.. .. County, Florida, ( Notary Public, (
July 1, to bal due -___________.......1616.81 Amanda Thomaa Gr of It.rk pay rolla March I, 1.94 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DUllUNDER > to-witt I My eommlaalnn expired July 10, 1928 ,1 t1fle
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Fine and FerMtar Conner "p___ 19. 26. and 1 ______.-.- 1. 818(4 SFCTION 676 ( THE One bay horse about 10 yea re oM, named I-I.BW" 1
June 1. to bal 1 du .__.__.._. N.n" d 1J.-i- J-i-.ixi--ji.j Apri GENERAL "Gordon," about
691.17 of Starke on auppllea .____ 8TATUTE hay 10 years old I' ( bett
II collected. .___....... M.rth Rlgga d. __....__ 1.1 named and S.
amt - .... 1.0.41 Dnwling road foreman and payroll. Hereby la Moor.purchaser :: :one-horae wagon NOTICE SAlt
_...__...._ ._ : 0.GIARDAN
L Hunter. _. ? I. March . _____............... 22800 nftl" aale certificate I numtierei d harness, 4 of cattle I and their natnral Thirty. day h..f. I apply ,
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July 1. to bal du. _____.________ __.... !. Issued I Inereaae. under ; I 10 the Hon.
261 10 Iliabeth RnnUr __ _. C White clerk March __..._.._.___ 10.00 = : : 118. 214 by 1 alop* In on R. A. Green. County Jnd In and
County Road ani Bridge Heiaey do d___._- ___.u__ F Canova .. March ..__.___. 126.00 ":r..1.I Bradford County. r' ear and an..t. the other ear, b..nd" j June bal 1 do ......__...__ W.r.n .. "J." 12 and order
1. to .47..12 AllIs( Scott .. . Hall road and bridge wok.. 928 .rtile. being h..d hog* their I an to sell at private .. or public auction
By amt collected ._...........__.....-27.J.Id .. Clark d___,...._. _.__.._____ A Durden 1 kegs n.11 _........... 00 the' Jul, 1919. ." In..., m.rk'under .ltl In on. ear and t th* following described a
lannah. ___ It Hull t .hovel. --_..?..__.._ *.60 the' sail eertlfleatea In ,. ..fI.and . and.rb' other I will sell the rrty of tilery Patch, Kthel:.nih ofnch
July 1. to bal due --_______.______....2022.64 Martha .. =:= : :: F Mott bridge timber, ..._...._... 10.12 application for tax deed In asoord.ano. satisfy and pay. said final decree, fee I Futch and Fuil . i:

Wldow.'P.nalsn Fund W N rkr.__._- : Whit. Son nails __.......... I.84 with .'. the said certificate* respectively and coat T. West two the Northwest ,
Jun 1. to bal due ...__.._-..._._- 198.2* Mm Nora _._.._____ T McEver bridge work ......___. 14.26 I embrace the) following land In BradforCounty. B. M. JOHNS. I:. the Northwest Quarter of Northeast1iisvt.r
B, amt eollected _..-._._...-..?..? 846.47 Martha Gatlln do d._ .._.__ Garage gasoline and oil ......._ 18.19 Florida. aeenned at the del of th. '.f.4t1-t. Special Master.ARTICI.rS of Section 17, TownshIp I. Range

John do _?.._._..____. Wilson road work ...-._.-,.-... .& of auch certificate* In th name re II Feat, containing two acrea, for the purpose 'b .
July 1. to bal 1 du* .__._________.?__.. 262.7 Wade Wri.h., do ........_____._ ( supplies --......_........ .11'.1,. hereinafter. particularly set forth. of distribution.Dated .
County School .nn. and oil ..._..... OF INCORPORATION OF THE this 29th of June. A. D 1911.R. .
gasoline 17.49 ' 5I
JrRnudo ........_.__.__.__._ .
Jun. 1. to bal 1 due .............._..119 6.48By W I. I' 1>&1.n.on 10 1-1 Certificate No. 16S embrace*; Nort".1 STARKB: GROWERS ASSOCIATION H. F1TTCH. _
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amt collected .....................6909.48 Wili.. ___._. work .._.. ..................' Quarter of floutheaat Quarter, A Hereby notice. I given that the underalgned I M-Bl-7-29-rd Ou.nll.of above Named 5 u
Irln will apply th Governor of the State of (1
R balance on 8 1-2 dayc' BE S. 84, Tp. I 8.. R. Minors.
.._ _.. Cr. a 1
__________ N.m.n Chld.n d._..__ Iurl.h .. GrilflaCertificate Florida at Tallaha.e, Florida, on the 16th .
July 1. to bal 1 due __..____6054.03County __ .-____ _._.__--__. 4.2 K. L
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day of ei L
M.rh. M.Dn.ld No. embracea NoVthwMQuarter Auguat. 1921. for I Pall i .____..._.__.___._. M (..ol.onbslsne. on I d., work 1.01 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS
June 1. to bal du ._.______..____476.00By I. Or.nt Andrvwe Jr truatve* .. _.. of Northeast Quarter and North n.1 i th* Stark Grower* Aeanolatlon, Creditor 0
_._.__. and all
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amt eollected .._..............___. 246.00 E'. ..._ Dunlen do ._-._--__...__..._. 800 of Northwest Qu. ... Sec. 26 T 7, 0. R under the following proposed charter! Igalaat the t... of :, : 01
... Know all men by the* presents That w*, 1:1'
P d bonds _. 76 00 120 coeaaed Paul I'n.oi
C Wall E.
..._._...__.._. premium on surety R. Lha .nllnt of "
July 1. to bal du* _____.._______....- 281.00Total C.thrn. ___._._.__... r Sweat bridge tmhe. ........... 44 OR Certificate. No 2.8 . .". In the and..n"' growera. of the Stat* of Flor 'eased will,?! .
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Sub School M..t.R"r. _do_..____.._.__ C S..t do _u.n____.____._______ 2424 NW Cor of EH.lf of Southweat Q..r Ir., ., ._.I.t ouraelve* together ieute4 to the present t..I. administratrix. .ulh. .. \
June 1. to bal du. .._._._..?___..__8246.47 Wil. d of Stark pay rolls April 9. 16. of Northwest Q. .. I A for church. the purpose of a bortlculturalcorporation . uad..I.n" .lib _
__._._.__. n forever .
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B, amt ._....._-..-______ 1941.71 M.[... Tom Tyre Dyal do .__._____..___._.__. and 21 bridge__.___.work_____and_____I lumber___.. 24.02. / 1.Hlckaon.Certificate T. 7. .8. .. 2 E., I acres, ..... Florida, aa,a under non-profit the law..I.lan.of the upon SI."the of And all year renon or t..wi h the said..tal. ,;>: '

__..__._._.. I nn.t tre required to their said debts
July 1. to bal due ____________.......1809.76 Mm Kau Sarah Rindon-do _.._______.___._._._. of S..rk.payment of n...... .1400.00 No. 214 embrace. North Half o' following article of Article.I ..wl.T. I laid Admlnlatratrix ray forthwith. ,. N
Bub School Honda C.ln. __ ._ M Hiivllle bridge lumber -._. _ 14 40 Northeast Quarter 4) Southwest Quarter oNortheaat Dated this 8th of A. D I
.____.. __ day June. 1921
Jun 1. to bel duo ,.______.....281*.41By Kate do Andrewe .... 2.Of Quarter Eaat Half of N.rhw.1 name of this corporation la .h S..k *",
.... ...__.._... I J .. MARY LOUISA D1TRLINQ.
..._ .a"n.
amt collected ..____._-.._____..1610.61 .J.r Carrie Johna Albert do do .....__-__._____... A Durden __.___.._____.._--- 1.BC( Qu.r.r A Nnr.t Quarter of N.rthw..1 Grw..A.I.lo... 1-10.01-8-8 Admlnlatratrla.MOTICE 'J ,
..._.. Ree 8. II E. 140 Article 1,455
. ... Ilurw. .ln. and oil _- 81 KB 1 R acre* .
Jnly 1. to bal due ..___....___________ 709.00 1.1".- -do-- -_.--_-.-.__._-_-_--_ Garage ..ln.. oil and 1 tire.67 88 aaieeeed Paul Mree.I'nleea Then shall be no capital stock of saId ... S. Genuine

G. W. ALDERMAN. .Jul. Howard do __-...__.___.___. (Andrew. Co ......-.___._ 672 said c..II...ahall b redemd .. but th* earn la organised aa hn*.> p OF APPLICATION POlO TAX DEED ,
Clerk Circuit Court. rn. do ..__....____._. TViwIIng pay roll road work .n 2M 0 law, wi I.. th..n on a.aoclatlon fbI for profit under I ,
(Seal// D, C. A. KNIGHT. E R.h.l E Petty _.._._____.____._. Whit clerk Apri ...._._...... 10.00 day. of August, . 1921.Wltne the .. :of the State of Florida, and the pur.poee STATUTES .
Deputy. Clerk. l Hall do .................___._ ('sony. ..1., p.1 _n. O 12A.00 *.. my. official algnatnr. and eeal thl. for which It I I. are to pro Notice I* hereby given that .Ii.M Conner, .;
(1,101..allle Thornton do ..__.._..__ ..... Walnwright lumber ...__. 1.1 llth day of July, A. D. 1921.O vide a fnenna or or f lurchaaar of tax certllleate) No. dated the .
FINANC1AL.STATKMCNT: COUNTY; SCHOOL .___________.. 0.__' ___ nf Starke pay. rolla May. 7, 14, W. ALDERMAN other co-operative :rta for th' pekIng ''th day of July, A. I). 111. IIP ssldirt1fiest l
FUNDS Edward. do ___ ...-..__._.._ *, and 27 and June 4 .___n_... 89147 Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County., Fla and marketing of and agricultural : .. In my. offie. hg m", ,. -
Grlfl. ? Howling pay roll and road work. 1900 (Seal) 1.1. of It membera and I' c ante do _____.______.._. .1. producla to pro. *Wft
Cou" superintendent fliiantiai statementof .. ._ ( r Sweat bridge timber .__ _..___ 80.AO) vide through or for law. .'. embrace the fol
""..n'. acbnol funds for the -nontn nf N D Walnwrlxht advance anaeeaor Sweat ____ ___________ __ ; \llf th'm f.ld e.rtl.
John. Janitor .______.____.__. C do h 2.00 the dialing In kind .. owing drlh. ... situated In Hrad
June 1921. M..k and auditor .___ Co. Telegraph pub election- no. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED . .nnr., or appliancea that may he f''ord ... .. "lu.le.. towit111k :

C."..., School Fund o G W W Ahkrnu.n Alderman l clerk recording etc __..... t"I"I.. .--._ .._ .-_ ._____ "_ 1600 UNDER SFCTION' 876 OP THE n... .or convenient It* mem 12, 10. N..m.. Add I.k lut &
R.I..... Sweat bridge timber _____ _. 1101 GENERAL 8TATUTE.pu . er, *Sec. 80, Tp. 6, 0*. R. $20 The
Jnne 1. 1B2I _................18B9.1 R On-cn Imanlty. Nora ...... iera, In I'" cultivation, "rduPln. and ahlp- J \
Reeuipta during month .._..........7164.46 W A. Kiipenuin do ....-.-.-._.___.__. A Oilli-y n-palr* on truck __. 2.BO Hereby notice I la given: that -. K. Adklna, ping and marketing of . products and for lelng at the date the laauanee of
Warrants laaued __ .__.............74fin..S W Middleton, do _____.____.__._.__- P. Newmana ahariienlng. ... _hn .76 r of Bale certlflcatee nurnbermrespectively such purposes may buy, own, sill and deal In 51,'lich certificate, In the name of Ju*.. Connr.Unless ..
Balance July 1. 1921 __._.....____1322.72 E P HlKxe ____...__._.__..._.... ( Store one axe ........._._..h. 2.2B i 8. e. 88. 64. 9.I. 100. all kinds of real and personal property and \ said certificate shall b*' ..
Dlatriet N.. I Floyd Green d dO _.?.....-._--........ 1 rrw. ...nlin. .nd oil, one ._ 77.19 i 118. 114. 116. 189, 148, 170, 11. 16. 182. shall have the power t borrow money and rj''ordlng to I... tax deed will laaue t..n on In
Balance Jnn 1. 1921 ._.....?...?. 210.70 N A rtreen Inqurat Joe Carter n.... Gnraire. gaMiline. oil and .uII. 10 76 1 14, 1HB. 100. 1"". 1111 208. 201( 20A, ( 209 mortgag lIe property *ecur. the payment ",C Kth day of Auruat, A. D. 1821. vwli pa.dc.

Receipt during month .............. 8.71 W J Rpneraon do _____....__.____.__ ( r m Lbr Co. auppliii: _t.::: --- 1:00 i 210.! 211. 228 laaued by the Collector. olllradfftrd of .. i I Witness my official signature and seal this 5 of AIJ.lrla
Warrants Issued__......._........... C Knight aupvr rt'K ...__.-._____ Whit clurk I May - ...... 1000 County. Florida, said certificates be- Article III .6th day of July, A.IitllI. do dl,
Balance July 1. 1921 _________..._. 114.41 E A Have* com Us col _____?__._. Canova..salary May ............... 12600 ; tog dated July 7th, 1919 ha* filed aald eertltoate Th principal I| O W AUIIIMAN. , >
of bualneaa
place of said
lallahaaaeo Ae 'hYllnJ.
trip .. .
EH ((1oelatlon I Seal)
Dietriet Inu. In off Ire and mail applicationfor CI.rk (11..ll
N. 1
n C June to ....... ... A 2 m .*'
.p.l. I. Stork
do to b
Balanc* Jun 1. 1921 ..._.._......... 160.R6 j.1 _....... ------- --- 88 tax deed to Issue In with law the county of tly C. A. KNIUHT.llttB my.
flrtw Co> co :::: :
: Canova do .:. ::: : .I.n. Bradford State .
._.. of Florid.
.uf"II. The
.. Clerk.
Receipt 2H IB meeting of 7 Deputy nli-titiiU.-
during month ._...._..___. __ Salr] eertlncatea the ,
19.8 Drew Co _________ ..__-_--_ Matthewa do .._..__..__ ... .tl..I. .1. .
Warrant $Issued ......._....T-__.. Drew Co clerk .._..__n n_. Durdrn 81.48 Following In Ord'n.d ..unt,., FloBldaaaaeatted "n
Balance July 1. 1921 ___.._____.... 80.20 Drew Co. .uppl..___..............-. one mad doven pay .1...._ ____.?__ 21.00 at date of the Issuance of ouch it tal S
01.'"' No. I tarke 1'honp Co., rent ..._____...... H lu.d..n Jr - in BO) eertlncatea In n.m. respectively, hereinafter . TOWN TAX NOTICE : ( Jun 1. 1921 ____._._____. 182.46 City Light Plant water ..n i Durdwn'nd. do ...trU.I'.. expenw__......_. 200 particularly set forth towlttCertlflcate Nat.I. hereby given that the following described lad. will I I. cold at pilbll auction ;. :'Qumlthnr
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during. month .._........__. B2S.80 'eleirrapn euppllea, .......... ( Wynn bridge timber_ -_ ._ 1 60 No. 8 embrace Southweat Quar on MONDAY IN AIOUHT. mi. It being th. 1st day of and, month at Htarke. f
.h.rf and .
Warrant* laaued ___.-___________. 4R7 04 '"' nub reimrta ................ l.h. 17.88 tee of Northwest Quarter Northweat Quar In the County of Bradford. or thereof a* will lie necessary psf fly"
Balance July 1. 1921 _________... 211.74District Vleitraph' .u"I.I." tax call __....... 81. 1920. to .. Ocr nf SouthwMt Quarter. See II. Tp. 4 8.. the amount du* for taxe* :set opposite I .a'h together with the cost of .' *!* soul'
No. . .h 749 47 R 19 E.. 70) aaaeaaed William.Certincate .. and .,. SILA8 18g
4 Vlvitraph ) tax aHaeaaor .. ... amount received ., .. acre* J'n" .d..r..ln. KI1'8 d.
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June .__ __ .. ?_.7214 17 No. of Collector of Stark, Fla. .
lIal..e 1. 1921 __ 24.04 Walker E.o. Co Pee book.. diiiunmemiinta .. 26 eh.. E.t Half Tax ,
du.4n .nnth _______ ____ ILAIW..nt C..I ---- -- _ 7i.07 Northeast Quarter, Tp. 6 .., R. 16 OI''C"j.'

--. ; ::_= :::::: I Total . ____________.--_-_____. 1, 1921, .caah on hand u_.1291.97 aerea P. IHek Description 5... T. R. A Owner a ZSI.. ''I
___.______ .48 E't, : South; of .
1.1. 1.1 11/2 8 T ..llng 2 daya com and mileage ;o.d"h * H.1 Lota I 4 of Hlk 41 In L. T.

'11.'o. N.. S I J M Brownlee do _....-...__..._. OP FOB TAX DEED Nnrh.. Tp. 8 8., E.. 4k Co'c sub div . 21 6 J J AaaronaJullua .. ... '.01 S
APPI.'rATON -- ------- ---- -- '
Balance Jun. 1. ______.._.____.220.24 r A Rohrrta do _.__'_.'.'_...'_.__. ( UNDER 0 THE acre, R.tate. Lot 8 of Blk 41 In 1.. T.: 4k Co'* I :. .rrn,

Receipt during month .__.._.__ 1S.A8 Henry William do ___.___._-.___ IFCION Certificate No 14 embrace N 1-8 of North .sub div ._.... __._ ___.___ 6 __ Butler _____.__._.. : "
Warrant I..u" ..._________... H P flalney do ______ __.______-.- .,. I* hereby. given STATUES Lola Crew. west Quarter of Northeast Quarter -18 1-8 A. Ilk U of .'* ?add.._ __1 I ._ Mra Eunice Canons ___ II O""lt tl
Balance 1. 1921 ______________ 103.1 W J Tj:|.'rM>nu>n 2 d.". with corn..,.... of tax certificate No.M.80. dated the Also Com at NR Cop of Northeast Quarter olNnrthweet lot 101 .square In 8W-- Cor- I 1.4 S 1 ..

,)'.tre N.. I J 1 White Son 2 broom .......... day. of July., A. D. 1919. haa sid Quarter run W 12 yda., 8 146 of RWor WJ4 _.__........I I 11 ... E W Drlggita ..____..._ 1.1 lIu'lt3)J
1.1.Ian.. 1. _.______._. 250.27 .. In my. and m.11.4 2-8 d.. E 182 yda., N 14* 1-8-yda. to pt of Five acrea I In SB Cow of 8EU at I ,

Ript during month ..____.____. .S.28 Total -- "-- .. tax 41 ofl I..,,..In .. .4 A. SMI 20. Tp. 6 S., R 21 F.. 17acrea. SRIi .......--_.__._.._..I9 I I .__ Mra A I Drlggera _._.__ 6.90 I buc&.
-wd .- I i'I-d-je-r law. Said certificate .ord.n.fol- .. .. O C. Sapp.Certificate Blk In L. T. 4k C. sub 6 ..__.____ 1'.0. 4H W.-
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Balanc I July 1. 1921 : ::::::::: 80UO W J '.. ....... ., deaerihed property. .mb.. *Brad- No. 94 embrace* E 21 1-2 A of Lota 4 6 * of 1k O In dl.1 I I 1 '

District'I.. 7 E L rlftrga prof ....Starling .. .. county. to-wit Northeast Quarter of Southeata Quarter, Me*. Ing' .d. . .__ ?.._.._..___..28 I II __ Elbert Clnann .______ ..'1" -
Balance June 1. 1981 ___.._.______. 1491 W W H.i H.n washing at j.1 -----.-- ) F..rd.of Northeait Quarter ft. T. 11 8., K. 18 E., 22 sores, aaaeeaed Aaa Lot I I 41 In L. T. Co'a ("

Receipt during month W W llalnden guard at .___._____ Half of Northwect Quarter. Be. II, T. sub div . --_--_--_-__-_-.--._I I ... Julia o".ln. ........___' 3..11 ;,1:j: 1' DIII,
War-ants buuii-d ..._:::::::::::: Mitchell Drug fitnr medicine for jail.. R 19 E. 120 The idOl land bolos Certificate. No. 96 embraeee Southeast Quarter Lot 6 7 S of Blk C Rlalng'e ." ,. TS

B.I..e July 1. 1921 .__ ______. 103.49 I W E Middletnn, ro "inyaleian ...-___ . .. the date .of the laeoanea of each i of Southeant Quarter of Northeast QuarterV add '-------. II $12 _. P D Hick* .------ I.U il il158r.
IH-trtet I 0 I W J Eppenton fln. prlannera .... ...In the name of John C.._. Eaet Half of Northeast Quarter of SoutheaatQuarter btj; ; Hogan alley : S .
Balance June 1. 1921 _. 291.14 M John. Altman ._.. ).. said eertlfleat ahall 8 I 1-1 A.. See. 17 Tp. S W N by Jacksoil
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Receipt* during month-- ::::::=: 6.54: P.A C.reen cane D.Bmreat. ...._____ . law. tax deed will 1 lean. E.. 27 acres.. Bertha Price. I R 1 at ..._.___.__--_--_.___:Z I tl W M Ioln..wr! _. Ill

Warranle aued .......... W J Eppenon do _____u--..___... .,. of 192L t.. Certificate No. 18 emhraeea Writ n.1 of Com ITI ft E of NI Co..f S 1
Balanc* July 1, 1921 _._.:= R A Green .'J 8 Rogera __....-_ my A. and **al this Nnrtheaat Quarter of Northeast eV Broadway at run ._j
01...... No S W J Epperaon do _.____.-._._ ._. llth day of ofe.1,. A. D. 182.*. Northwest Quarter of Northeaat Quarter aV R Hit f. N 106 ft, W 108ft .
Halane June 1. 1921 ___.____ 120.00 Ft A Green eaie S DeSu __U..n_ O. W. ALDKRMAN North Hal.f Southweet Quarter nf Northeast 8 ( ft to hog .?___._-_._18 I It ._ F H Hal .. _____.__ ... BE

Receipt during month ...-_..____. $9.94 W J Kpperxm: do ____.._________. ) ..." Circuit Court Bradford County Qu. f 17. Tp 8 .., R. I E., 80uaeaaed _. Lota8&4ofltlklloL.T. S .
ACo'ssubdle .......__._.___.M 62 ._ 1_ __._ I.IT
W..n.; naued -___._.-_-.... R A Green cane Adam Thomaa ...._._ ( ) 7-16-81-8-11. W. Will lame. ohnO. .
Lot .
.... W ____.______,_... 1 f Hlk 4ft In T. at Bp.
Bl.noe 1, 1921 ..__----- 151174 J Eppenon do Certificate No. 100 emhraeea South nlSniithweet L C' '
.il District 1* R A 0 Green ..J. .C..r -_ NOTICE Quarter of Norh.. Qa.1.1 cub dlv ,_____ ...._. ...26 I tlBlka Raymond Jackson __., ,... 1 or.m.r..
". 17 81 a 44 In T. 4k Co'suub
Balance June 1. 1921 -_ 297 B4 W J Enperann" do __________..__.. .. la hereby given that th* Board of Vortriweet Quarter of ,". Quarter A div ____. L _.______._ I A 0 ....__.__., I .
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Receipt 'during'month" .IIBalance 1 4'Istb
W J .
_.: 47.B2 Fpperaon wltnee* ... _... Commissioners In and for Bradford rant Half of Nn.h..t Qu..I. of SniithweatQuarter. EW of lllk tl In L. '. 4k Co' sub 1.1

Wii.0t. l.u.d W W Baleden( d.___...______u.o_ ,. at a meeting held on July 0. 1921. See 17. Tp 6 K., R. 18 E., 80 aerea, dle* . _._._. I It __ Clifford Johnson . .
July 1, 1921 _:::_ =::: T B Sapp do .........____. ___n_._ the' following bud.of ...d Unknown Lot 8 4k 4--of- -Blk----18--In T. I 768

.IM.Ir.rt.. R A Green eM A I Alvare ___.._ ."ul." by 1. .pndlta. Certificate No 118 embrace Northeast Qua. Co' div _________L_._... I __ R I.nkl. ___. 111 :
Balanc Jnn 1. 1921 ..____..., 821.01Itacelpta W J Fnperann do ________._--n--- 1 General Fund Fin and 191. ocr nf Northeast Quarter. s.t. Tn. 6 S., R Lot 4 .ul 9 4k 11 of Blk D Ris 1 I 1

I during month 4784Receipt W J ., wltnee. ...._.n____,. Fund for the 1..1 year. beginning"or 20 F.. 40) sores .- M. E. Clark.Certificate In.'. add .._______..--..___ _.2 6 tt u_ Mr. TeresM Levltoa _.__.
war ant. iNauvd ---_--_==: W W Balnden do __ -___ _n____ 1. 1921 and September 80, No. ...Northeast Quarter On. lot 2H ft 1C W by 10* 1.0
Ilalanc July 1. 1921Illfitnct __ -___. 1<.1 I JHO.ppdo ._ _.un___ -___-... nf Northwest Quarter 4) Weal Half ofNortbweat ft N g. bounded K F. ,
Ne. It K) A Green ...Joe Altman .__....n Qa. ... See. II. Tp I 0.. R. 20E. Rhuden N by Mra. '* -

Ralane Jan 1, 1921 :---__. 407.80 W J Epperann do . _______ __ 120 acrea aaaeaaed Mm. M. T. Clark land A 81" Iloyt st '.'r..---.2. I 11 ._ C H Mark .___._._ Til
during month .. _.---___ 11.1 J B Bapp witneea __.-._____.._.. BANK STATKHrMT Certificate No. 118 emhraeea Southeast Quar. Lot 29 II! 84 $ B*

Warrant loaned -.._........_.__. W J. Eppemon 4__. ._... of th* condition of the Hampton ter of SouthwMt Quarter s.28 Tn. I S. R. In Dowling'* dl -.--_--_--_--_. f I _. CHdark. .____. 1.84
Balanc July. 1, 1B21 .------ '70.f Hank at Hampton. In th. Slat* of 80 F.. 40 .0_. aaaeaeed M. E. Clark.Certificate W44ofLo11&l&alllot.,
TotaP- ..___-.'_ __.____.____: F. of
Dlntrirt Ne. If : at cloao of bnalnea Jun 80. No 1>9 embrace* West three.nnarter 8 4k 4 of lllk WJ4
"alance June 1, 1921 ________, 11981 Road and Bridg. Fund I .h Beaeurcea 111. of SnUtIW9Mt Quarter of SovthweetQuarter iMm 1 I 4k ll L 4 of Blk 'Q te during month ____.__. 282 J W Townaend chairman R : 201.0No.1.prorata.hsrtHA I on real eatat _______-...__- 21.079.97 A f.1 Qa.rl. of Northwest Q..r. 1.In L. T. 4k ub lllv ..... U tt 0 P Pall I" _____.__, 11.1 to I
w.r.nto ______._..___ L AC on collateral aeeurity. ter of A Iso com 110 yd* N I 4k 4 of lllk L. T. 4k .S
Balane* I.ue, 121-_.__.._._____., 221.86 L Ry. taxea _________.___._ real _I." __________.ath_. 1.40810 of SW Cor. of..O..r.. Quarter of Rnn'hweetQuarter e..'* sub dir _-.--_____-__-_1 I II B Q Plc.r. ___.117 cooe. S
IHetrict N*. 14. E 8 Matthew, D..t. 1 d__-______ loan and dlMount .__... 18.67N 18 A run 1 147 yd.. N 110 yda. W 147 Lote I A 1 of Blk 1 In L T. 4k COO Jane 1, 1921 -_-----_ 11074. .t." . .____.__.___..... 886 .da.. R 110 d.beg. Se*. 2*. Tn. 6 .. R Co'sadd _.__ ___ _.....21 I P M RI.. ____ .)..
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Total . _______________ .____ Com It WU NWU I
JJ'celpt' during month >J __ State* bond _______..... E.: 49 acre, Theo Tlenn.Certificate 'f W te "
Warrant I. -_ __...______ .MRalanm :I I ., h._furniture l.ta... 4..O.I. I .18 eb. W 16 1I of of SKItS lof.f' 4k 10 W 'Ir.
July.., 1921 ________. ll .aDietriet BILLS PAID Br SCHOOL BOARD from Incorporated 88 ota I T of Blk Original Town ft I a b. ._
N*. It I A B Crewa O atty un________ __ on hand ___.n_bnk._._ ._-.- 1.16" In Nnrtheaal Quarter nf Southwest Qu..r. 100 f. I B 100 ft, .N
?- 1.14. 809 beg ... ._____ .7.4 6 itLots ._ Rlshard
__._ -- Reynolds' ___.111
Overdraft Jun. 1, 1921 1 H B Wiggins alary .ul nu See 2K. Tp. 6 I.. B 22 E., aaaeaaed Tb..Tlen of Blk n L
kri.lpta during month ------- 148- .4BWirranta L W Kt"II. b..rl' .--__.__ __ -_________.______--- 67.249.42 r..II.... N. 170 emhraeea South Half of 10 7 II 4k II I 18 14 of ,>. 'I .
-__..... A A H..n __._.___u____---- LUMIIU* \u'h H.1 of Lot 9 A South f.1 of Lot. 10 4k Jilts D R F O rI I J.1K
1.I.n.July. IBU -: 130 M I J 0 DennlMin -' _._.n___ __. utoek paid In un_._-_-_ 16,00000 1 ., .. 1. Tp. 7 S. I. 20 E.. 48 I .1 L In Rising's add _. tl J M
.. ._ .1 Rising _._.._._.. 1146
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N.. It J 0 Inn. do u fund __..__..____n_... 100.00 i..-.. I. M. Shaw. Jr. Three acre of land In NW Cop
Ralane* Jun 1. ... . 40.61' ,, .nk fundin wa 17 _.-. ) profit ( .. ._ and ,. 171 emhraeea South of ___. I ttLota
--- l..dlo.d M .r .. 1.1 of 8W4! of NWM _ .:_ J Rising
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during month ma A Drivgera repair ___.___- paidl( ) .. ____._______ 78021 Lot 4. He*. Tp. 7 S.. R 20 K.. 40 ". aa.eeaaed 1 2 of Sib 81 In U T. 4k 1 .1

:. ::::::::::::: I Bradford Co Telegraph printing __ i .. eubjeet to .. .- 22.HO9 27 I. T. Shaw. .Co' sub die .....__......__.._1 I _._ Will Handera .____. 10*
1.1. July.. 1921 __.__ III.? H !Wlggln office *xp .._ un certificate of deposit .____n__ 17.9120 Certificate. No. 178 embrace Lola. 8 4 of I Lot 1 (1C I 4 of fOlk 4 1n

11..rr N.. 17 1..dlor Or. Hunk interest n. ___... .'. eheeka outstanding. .. 147,84 lIlk I In Ward City. See. 8, Tp 7 R. R. 20 Temple' .__ ---_ ___ ..II "II .__ H A Shaver Co .__._._._....
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1.1.0 Jun 1. ___ 26.14 11..drord G Bank _ -- 2:1.. a.aea>.d I. Morran.Certificate W86l,9ftofL.ota7obltlk 1.1 ,

elpte during month ____ .___u 18.14W..nta Co Kh .uo Hub School. of Florida County. of Bradford a*.1 t II of HIlt 7 In Ward City. Se*. .. Tp. 8, Six acre In NEt4 of SFV4 of 8
Balance I.. 1921 8a.1 Rank of Stark Intereat I ___ __ A. A. Futeh. Caahle* of the above named R. 20 E. __, .d O. M. ..1.) and J. S For. KK'A (floss % *4.In Ni soy) .
1111' nutrlet N*. I* J. D. Adamaon, nfte and Interact on do solemnly awear that the .bn *tat*> sytlu 1 bounded Ef sue In., 8 by
Malane Jun 1. 1921 -_- .-- M98Reeelpta tllat. I 264 5676670 II 1 I 1 I I true t th beat of my k.owl.and Certificate No I 1'2 embracea Southwest Qua.. Ry. W \ '* .In Ev- S (

during month -.- 00.J> 16 II 1 1 19 21 24 26 27 2 ____ OPT of Northeaat Quarter A Southeaat Quarter ..1,'. . _____.---------1 ( it Unknown _ ??__..__. 1310 (
W..nt laaued _. '<."J Bradford Telegraph printing for of "rh.t Quarter Northeeet Qu.r.r of On. lot bounded E by .
1.I.noe July. 1. 1921 ...- 1Bnietrict .< Diet. I a 31 56 7 98 10 II 1 I 14 0 T>.. data TOM- ., < Northwest Quarter OfOotthespt at. N by. old county. J.I. W I
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Ralanoe 1. 1821 89.00 1 28 I 8D I......--._________. 91 l *vitality*o. purlfyto and ,Ian a.,.. Qu.r._d I.Unknw.. M. L C.r"'I.n luhn..t -____.._____... I tl Mm L Von Kin _._.._. 944 -
Kecelpt .un ?:____. <8Warrant Bradford Co Bonk lot 8 ____. ____ 17 .tba blond You ...toon feel tta rtnuatglavltwaung Certificate No 14 embrace SouthwMt Quarter Lola 7 Blk 1 original. I .

koned moat_ __ Br.d'or C Bank d 1 ___. Cftf$. .* West H.1 of Iuth..t Qu.r.., Se. 8, town . .-.-....- -...___-88 I it __ Mrs Mary W.k .____.. -3.f

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'IJ it to go in more heavily on such LAKE BUTLER The members of the Sunbeam sew time . .. '__ ___ ._ nice fUh.Service. I
'v t i: Bradford County t! Telegraph I p truck pays crops as sweet corn, tomatoes, I ing circle or Willing Worker spent Mr*. L. 'n. 11m-II rlvlng a house at Grace church at 11 a. m.

cucumbers peppers 'and tomatoes. Lake Butler July 22.-Oulter Boyd a delightful afternoon at the home of party at the lake to the girls of Law- and 8:30 p. mv Sunday"school, 10 a.

?* ''II' 'Published weekly, and entered as Watermelons have been planted this of Dukes, was a business visitor to''I Perbeth Williams an.Lake. street. Delicious ty. i. m. Kev.; H. H,_ Black, pastor

second class matter, at the post season more heavily than ever before Lake Butler Tuesday morning. refreshment were served. The Methodist 'church South held

?I+ a '.;, office at Starke Florida. and they turned out splendidly. They' Mr. and Mrs Forrest Wise accom-l' The movies will be conducted in the their picnic Thursday. Mrs: Essie Short

... . . panled by Miss Aletha Coachman Dekle building on Main street.
M ..... . : --=-- may be safely planted on a still larger The young people held a moonlight
r I: ? i I" ,E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner scale. If the right varieties are left Monday afternoon for an extended I Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Scarborough picnic at Kingsley lake Tuesday night ,THE DIVINE FAITH DOCTOR

et used and the plants properly cultivated visit to Atlanta Tennessee and motored to Palatka last week. About thirty were out and everyone Who can cure the following disease

there will be good yields of melons Ohio.Mrs. I Mesdames Rafe Johns and C. H. had a good time., A very nice lunch or complaints without use of any med.
L Not Infrequently we hear of cattle and no trouble to sell them. Susie' Townsend had as her Register returned Thursday from a was served. loin or herbs: Rbevraatlsin, Tooth.

dipping vats being dynamited and week-end guest, Miss Sarah Bard of pleasant visit with relatives in Starke. district ache, Sick Headache Kidney and UT-
Rev. John Treadwell *u
school h"ouses' being maliciously damaged Palatka.Mr. Mis Nannie Lawson, of Atlanta er Troubles, Dropsy, Burns, Stop the
1. ; but who ha ever heard of IU WICKED PUNTA r.ORnAThe and Mrs. Ancil Parrish, of Five I is the guest of her sister Mrs. T. J. perintendent of the Methodist church Blood and giver Luck Glae..... Cure

legal stills being destroyed by anybody Mile, were buiiness victors here on Townsend, this week. was In town Tuesday.Mr. any pain that trouble tile human

I I except officers of the law little county seat of Charlotte Tuesday I Miss ;Evelyn Bennett has accepted and Mrs. McLeod are entertain body.
county caned ,by the angels and the
a Mrs. Ida Dekle I.I visiting her work in Atlanta and left last week to ing company from Jacksonville. Whose Residence is at

I '.. The funny papers have quit picturing Spaniards "Punta Gorda" is rapidly daughter Mrs. W. H. Bethea of Per begin/ work. A. A. Smith spent a few days at the STARKE FLA.FOrdSOI .' g
falling: into the class of Nineveh and \
I women as being pigeon-toed, and Mrs.. Garland Parooll left Monday lake,last week and caught some very ,
Tyre or should we Sodom and Go. ry.Mr.
consequently knock-kneed. Since thee say and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and afternoon for Jacksonville u. _
morrah The' Herald of that city
; l r' short skirts came into vogue it has family left Monday for a visit to Pab D. F Floyd left Thursday for St.
which Is reliable on everything but
m 117 been found that low-leg in women lo Beach. Petersburg.H. .
fishing stories, remarks editorially on
are mere common than knock-knee Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Harrell and S. Howard of Dukes motored to
the decadence of morals and the decline
children spent Saturday at Pablo Lake Butler Saturday.The .
of public modesty. People have -
r ,;, A man may play pool one hour, tell Beach. Woman's Club met in regular
. been seen on the streets in their bath
v : fish stories for two hours and Bleep<< in ing cults. ; one man has been guilty of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland entertained business session Monday afternoon. A :
when the members of the B. Y. P. pleasant social hour and S.
r a chair for another hour. But parading the main street with his was enjoyed
drives U., together with their friends at their delicious refreshment served.
y ) he step into his automobile he "Lizzie" stripped of all her coveringsand were
% all if his life depended on hi* haute. her running gear showing to the home on Dekle street Thursday even Mrs| H. J. Stewart and children re- ,

; ? Riding fait in an auto doe not make astonished vision of the chaste Heraldman ing. Many interesting games were enjoyed I turned to Lake Butler Friday from 1 T

'l a!' .\!p for time lout in idling. Go to work. ; another merchant has a coupleOf after which delicious ice cream Lake City where they have been enjoying

J it t and cake was served. Those presentwere a visit with relatives'
4 tables in his store exhibiting baselegs l
New comes from Gainesville. that Misses Frankie and Olga Pries- Mrs. H. Y. Quarles of Breekrn1 -
and "'e! do not know what all, f-.r
1* : .Il a young lady there wa run over by an the Herald hints of more and worse ter, Estelle Rosenberg, Kathryn Ep 1 bridge: Texas, was a guest of Mrs.

1 automobile and badly I injured The paper person Henrietta Padgett, Othoea George Coleman Friday.
4 ..-:;-- things going on there. We would not
informs us that the"cafwas driven Coachman Frances Elmes Hazel and Mrs. Fritz Townsend and motht'r.Mra. ,"
be surprised if the lumber dealers are
"a little It add Jewel Christie Marie Chastain II. Y. left for
c by girl. perhaps unnecessarily showing undressed lumber, or the ladies ; Mar Quarles Saturday
"It not learned just garet Townsend Ruby, where will visit rela-
iI} was walk the street with their hands Mary'Borum, Leesburg they |,
how the accident occurred." Proctor, Marshall Proctor, Junita Comas tlves. I i I
encased In undressed kids. We have
I Elmer Adkins Inman Rivers Howard Williams has been ill at 62522F.O.B.MMM
heard that there are times when the
A London doctor has analyzed i Hal Maine, Clarence) and Fabien bill home but. i is. improving at !bas _
br f trees! of Punta Gorda show their naked ,
( r i drunkenness and classified it into five Chancey
limbs so brazenly that even the time.Mrs.
h stage, so that the British imbiber Misses Ethel arid Addle Mae Roller- P. P. Dekle and children, of
is IIhocked.-Arcadla
corn Enterprise.
4; iR may know where they are at. The last ion and Shelton Loadholtz Five Mile, spent Tuesday with Rev. i

; stage he designate as "coma." Here I Lulu Sunday. I and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. I I I

v again we can show our superiority SAMPSON CITY Shelton Loadholtz 1 Is visiting in A. E. Proctor spent 'Tuesday at

i Our last stage Is often "period, followed Jacksonville this week. I Sapp. j I

a by a dash at the bottom. Sampson City, July 22.-Tommy Miss Christine Townsend, of Orange Sheriff Epperson of Starke mo-

J W a, Oldham, of Graham was a business Springs spent Saturday In Lake But tored to Lake Butler Monday.Rev. .

'; Henry Ford Is away behind In filling visitor here Wednesday. ler. Corrin preached at New River

f i't j e orders for his cars. The demand Mr. and Mrs. Mann Robinson were" Shepard Moore of Raiford motored church Sunday.
't'' for them is than the supply. visitors to Starke Mend..
I greater/ to Lake Butler Sunday.' Miss Annie! Howard and bro'therll"
I a, And still he spends millions, of dollar Alex Lee of Bell, is visiting la- Kev., W. C, Armstrong and" family'I u Marcus and Amos, 01 Dukes, motored. '

J I a year for advertising. Why Because tives here this week, returned from DeLand Thursday af to Lake Butler Tuesday. i I< :

t I he knows that the demand has Ray McKinney of'Grabam. was a ternoon. Preston Williams"of N,w River, motored -j 170,000 Now in Use

I been created by advertising and must visitor here Wednesday. Orlando Armstrong, State B. Y.'P. to Lake Butler Saturday.

-1 be kept by the same means. Charlie Smith of Hawthorne is I
.up U.- secretary visited Lake' Butler' B. Steve Cason of New River was a
t f e jjf spending a few days here with rela Y. P. U. Sunday evening. Mr. 'Arm business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. Built with over strength in every part;
f Most every town of any pretension tives. is 'i built to withstand the constant strain of
1 strong doing a great work with the urday. A
g has a swimming pool. Starke has the Mr. and Mrs.. Mel Harris and I'I'I -
Ii. chil- I young people of the state and thru iIIIJ heavy duty; tested out under every condition
l largest and finest of all, Kfngsley dren have returned from a week's his efforts much 'r I
good will be accomplished NOTICE of farm and belt work, and put to
lake but it is six miles from town. visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I for j
the Master.
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Some should line from S. T. I actual test by 170,000 owners during
+ 1 one start a bus Thomas of Brooker; : J. W. Townsend and Sloan Chas- 1 Farmers interested in having their I

M, !Starke to the lake to-Tniike this blessing A party composed of Mr and Mr*. 'taln motored from Orange Springs to hogs immuned should have the veter-1, past three years-the Fordson Tractor has

-; ti. accessible to"" r tr. Soon there will T, L. John, Mr. and Mrs. Hogan VLake Butler. I I inary give them certificates as to the lived up to every claim made for it.
btl a swimming pool at Heilbronn Smith Messrs Dogan Nabb and John I
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
B. Smith of New-
of hogs treated. There has
.it Springs nd between the two places Stanford were visitors to Hampton berry visited their I No matter what the farm task-whether
daughter, Mrs. been for some time a restriction '
a bus 1 MB should be well<< patronized. Beach Thursday afternoon. George Coleman. 'l the railroads against untreated hogs on'! plowing disking harrowing, threshing,

W John McKinney was a victor to Gra. Miss Ruby Proctor, of Bartow; is the 'except when forwarded to placeswhere I baling hay grinding feed, pumping

i ) .the powers are enthuaaastlr ham Thursday. guest of her /grandparents Rev. and the market is poor this pre- water sawing wood, pulling stun.;>s, fill-
(?) looking forward to the d<.- John Stanford
ment :of1rert'nc, n Frenchman of, pilau at Graham attended Wednesday the flight.chicken Mrs. S. S. Proctor this week. |I caution is necessary if you want good ing kilos or any of the many other jobs !

t e Hazel and! Jewel Christle'rt'turnedI prices. arcund the farm the Fordson will not
tendncit's in deftwhere
c perfecting a Isaac Varncs and
Starke to their home
Valdosta Ga., after N. Ii
+ ;{ *>y a whole r'ty' may be do- are here on a fishing trip. I a pleasant visit of a week with their E..ROBERTS. only do and do well but quicker easier If I :

<'stroyed in a few minutes. And an Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke made a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. MRS. PHILIPS ENTERTAINS THE and at less expense.; Ili II!
$ r 4 American, who is just dying for the business trip here Monday.J. Proctor.

+ love of peace, claims that he has invented A. J. McKinney! attended the basket Arden Drawdy of Five READING CIRCLE ) There are so many differe'nt time and '!I

,i+ f a gun that can throw a fine ton picnic at Hampton' Beach Thurs transacting busines sin town Mile Monday was Mrs. Emily Philips' entertained the I money savng: ways in which: the Ford-" t'' 1'
projectile 300 miles. What
the Germans
day.Mel afternoon. reading circle of the Methodist Missionary son can be used that ;you owe it w your- j 111''
may be doing is not known, but Harris left j I'
i Saturday for South Miss Lillie ftnd '
$ Dillaberry of St. Petersburg Society Monday afternoon self to get the facts. Come n seethe
it is safe to say that they are also experimenting Florida where he will *
f :. Yes, everything points for a loca- spent the week-end. visiting in from 4:30: to 6 o'clock at her home on Fordson; or writs: or phone for the I'II''':
town with friends. I
tion.Dock East Madison
,' toward disarmament and permanent Warren, of Starke 'I street. inform it,un. .. II,:
+ i j was a visitor Misses Earnest and Ruby 'Qulnn,1 The subject for the afternoon was
peace to our town Sunday. I,
of Jacksonville, were week-end visitors the work of Mills Laura Ilaygood, in I,

r . The great seal of St. Petersburg ka Mr., have and returned Mrs. N. Warren, of Palat- a tthe home of Mr. and Mrs.. Mal. the China mission field, Mrs. J. W. Iii
home after
Y +tw ti Fla., shows three mountain peaks. a here. with relatives. a visit cols Riherd. White acting as leader of the meeting. .

j 6 ''taw ; Mother Hubbard locomotive, a coupleof Smith Varnes of Starke Miss Seth'Rlberta and Miss Mae During the social half hour the hostess II;
was a visitor McKinney of Guilford were guests served delicious cake and lemon .
box cars with link coupling and a here Sunday. ,i. ', II"
P of relatives In town Saturday.D. ade. '
The fathers
4 city are get Dogan Nabb spent Sunday in Gainesville . W. Borum,is spending the weekIn +
ting tired of It; they say there are no

,, mountains in St. Petersburg or anywhere W.with C. Hunt his sister spent Mrs.\Sunday L. Val- business, Washington affairs, D. C., attending to 3 LAWTEY ';:: :':':'.:':'-": ':"-, ;;:_.:..- :,.....: :;'..;;.;. "':

'$y ) in the state, and the railway dosta.
a i e rolling stock !look rocky. I 1 Lawtey July 22.-Last Saturday
They want
Mrs. Ulmo Parrish returned to her night twenty-five young people had a J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
to scrap all but the sunburst and instead home in Lake Butler ,
v after a few days ASPIRINName very nice time at the Methodist par .
1 put in a pelican sitting on a visit here with relatives. AUTHORIZED
Games were played and songs
A + stake, as more appropriate. Better
Dr. W. E.
i of Starke sung by all. Rev. and Mrs. Black are

li ,PI let mountain well enough may alone have, gentlemen.been intended The made. a business trip out here Satur- "Bayer" on Genuine glad to have welcome the young people know Ford and Fordson Dealer

4 day.J. tlwy are to come and have a ,
for salamander hills, although a bum .
C. Ogden of Graham, was in our good time at the parsonage at any'l' STARKE FLORIDA
+ 4 engraver spoiled! the job. Another burg Saturday on business.

+ engraver may make a bird that looks Blox Parrish and'John McKinney a ----.--- - ----.

more like a goose, a duck a stork or spent Sunday at Graham.

?/ a limpkin than a pelican. Your seali Messrs. Ernest McKinney and Roy
+ i i a i la no more incongruous than those
Goodjre and
Wiley Edmondson .

d+, Mt txr of.most of the other towns and states. Starke the Thursday party at night.Raiford Brown'sat attended lot I Commencing Monday, July 25th, through

of Starke was a
'- Saturday July 30th
+' t; w The Gainesville business visitor here Monday Take Aspirin only a* told ia each. package ,
papers are sounding Mrs. Nellie Brown, of Jacksonville, flf genuine Bayer Tablet of Aspirin.
"---' warning to their readers' against i I II. visiting relatives here for a few. Tam you will be fallowing the direction*
) 1 t "a the buying. of stock in "Getrlch.quick" day I| sad dosage worked! out by physicians
schemes which is being offered ,| during 21 ;_*., and proved eaf. by million .
Rev A. J. McKinney of Graham *. Take no chance with substitute ; Week"A
+ by several salesmen in that i "Housefurnishing
| county was here Friday visiting his daughter i! If you see the Bayer OM* on tablet, :
r 1 ; We judge the situation i Is acute Mrs W. E. Edmondson. II I you can Uk 'thorn without fear for
since a meeting of the chamber of A. I (lnld.. Headache, Neuralgia.Rlivumation,
'- V. Varnes of Starke was here lOarariio, Tuothacb. Lumbago and for
commerce wa held to plan ways and Sunday. I''Pain. Handy tin boxes (If twelve< tablet sale of tremendous scope and one that will be long remembered. Every

"k means to protect "innocent women Ed Smith and daughter cot few rents, ; DruegUU fclco' sell largerpaicagra. Pillow Case Towel All
| Edna of Sheet Bedspread Toweling Table
{ ," and children :from'these people." Su-j I| Aspirin. is the trade mart of Linen Ready made TableCloths
tl wannee county johns Alachua on the I Jones Gainesville, were guests!: of Mrs. Sara Bayer. Manufacture' of MoaOBftltII4- ,and Napkin, will be cleared out during this sweeping sale. All draperies cretonnes -

+ south and our citizens should heed the Willie Sunday. enter of Ball )'1il38eld.. I receive their largest price cuts in many years. Come to this store and
Jones of save on
t Graham was a bua. _
_ warning and not take stock in any Incas visitor' here Monday. - _- I ...)four Housefuirnishings during,. week. .

r, proposition offered by traveling salesmen Zeke. Parrish was a business victor ,', "

until a thorough investigation is to Graham Monday. Fine .. '

milder-Live Oak Democrat. .... > the 'Busiest Store
4 : Little Miss Mildred has just returned i 1 . Shop at t in Central Florida ,

N to her home after a short visit with
1 \, ,, her rranc'pnrents, Mr, and Mrs. I. T. WILKESSTALLION

__ Y B YS 1 I r learned Farmers several of Bradford things county this season.have Thomas Faraday Messrs.of, of Clinton Brooker.Gainesville Smith and visited Earlton at I I It \ Remember: We Pay Postage Charges on !Mail' Orders 'J

First that through good preparation
i | the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Cox i I -.
of the moil and subsequent careful tillage
I I, Sunday. ,
'+ ; drouth that we are ever I
t i' any i j j Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas of .
Jikt'lyto hay can be neutralized. Second ( For ServiceP.
Brooker visitors here I
were Monday. I
that new sweet potatoes may be .. Quo /it _ '"

1 ready. .by! the end of June. Third that I Congress/ -" -very- properly threw Jh" J: JOHNS I II' Saralee f .

hooks into that medicinal: beer suggestion :" : I\ " ''' '
TIle Quinine ZJal DOM Not' Affect Trr Mead hv,\ I I \, ..
q ,. 21<.<.iM) or ft* tonic and r..J". effect. L.1A.'In'p -or possibly it wasn't congress' I GAINBSVILLB.PtORIDA
bROMO QUININE (Tab rte) run .bo roan after all. Ot any rate we can't afford Starke Fla. < ; "

by snyua* .without E.W.: GROVE c..ualnll:S aatvuu in.iiiiJ! .on..,or....trth7hoad. ". 4uui to have a nation of invalids. -

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visiting her parents. Enroute to Ta- G. M. Inman. local manager for the'j ''Ir"

coma she stopped in Kansas and Iowa E. A. Strout Farm Agency closed a r N

and visited old friends and her child deal a few days ago with E. It. GENERAL INSURANCE

Brow nice, of Woodstown N.J., whereby !
Bits of Local hood home. P.\r.E
:Mr, Brownlee becomes owner of I ; r, TnrtEE
the J. T. Hickey farm and pecan orchard
Rub.1tIIf Tism kills Infection. ,
11 11drs. I
Informationlira. a few miles southeast of Starke I
Mr. Brownlee has returned to New STARKE, FLORIDA
Mrs. A. Z. Adkini and children returned
I f fI
Jersey to close up his affairs and will .h
/ o.s P_.. ,__.... ... Monday from Gainesville, be with resident FIRE' LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE y
Ttwe/.a .. W T_ where they spent the past five weeks soon us as a permanent it

with Mrs. Adkins' mother Mrs. M. E.

.. .- ....J Edwards, and her sister, Mrs. J. C.Adkln. I -
.. The Ruby Davis tliapter, Childrenof

) L.A., Davis spent Friday in Mjss Mabel Edwards and Hazel Ad- of Confederacy, with their presi ,

Jacksonville. i kins went to Jacksonville Monday af- (dent. Lucille Mitchell, and assistant I t
I I ternoon and while there were guests Grace Louise McDowell arrived on superintendent Mrs. O. L. Haynes,|

Miss Kate Livingston spent Mondayin of Mra. Jack Brigga.. Tuesday at the home of her grandparents went to Crosby cemetery Saturday
With FortuneA
Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow.This Boy -
Jacksonville.] I morning and with choice flowers and
lady is the daughter of
Ceo. W. Baisdon, and family, of young potted plants decorated the grave of l- 1
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell, ofJacboDvill. y
Miss .May Peek spent Monday and Jacksonville are spending the week i .. / Ruby Davis, that day being the eleventh boy with a fortune U the boy who hat i1'
Tuesday In Jacksonville. in Starke with his mother, Mrs. M. A. anniversary of the birthday of
Baisden. their little friend. one hundred dollars that he himself baa sav

J. L. Peek and family are occupying : 4 J. C. Robinson has begun the re- ed. Hit fortunefconmU not alone of the
building of his residence West
their cottage at Kingsley lake. I and on Miss
II Misses Ai Mildred Dowling Minnie Decent who has been
Madison street, recently destroyed by aaved-and'wbat boy with a hundred
Jacksonville, are -visiting/ at the associated with Mrs. Haberly In the
See Inman, the man who sells dirt I I home of their! aunt, Mrs. W. E. Mid- fire. It will be a 6-room bungalow, 'millinery store for the past year, left dollars would not feel like a millionaire. ,
who want the earth. all modern conveniences. Roscoe -
to people
cheap dleton. a week ago for Starke for a few but of valuablele learned. .
McLane Is the contractor.The a
722tf. I weeks' visit with friends, after which

Gen. and Mrs. N. A. she goes to Atlanta to study styles In has he the thrill of :..1"
Blitch, of Tallahassee Not only experienced
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baisden, of Jack Methodist Sunday schol held millinery and will return to this city ." 'I
sonville\ spent last week In Starke arrived Monday and are the their annual picnic yesterday at about the first of Septl'mber.-Ft. possession but he has caught the thrift habit. Y
guests of their
daughter Mr. J. E. ttj
with relatives. Kingsley lake, and a large crowd enjoyed
Lauderdale Sentinel.
Futch. he has learned to do without useless things.
the bathing boating and din

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell returned Wed nero After the stores closed quite n He no longer squanders his money. He," has j: -
Professor B. B. Lane formerlyof
nesday from a visit with friends In Mrs. J. P. Robinson of Jacksonville, number of persona motored out, had better judgment of values. He is doubt.
Bradford High School visi Get
Mrs. was a +
R. L. Lewis and son, James, of { arhad
Madison. and returned home> by
supper << moon rl
Jasper, are visiting at the home of light. tor in town Monday. Mr. Lane has less a far better boy. ';, ] t'

Chickens and eggs wanted, J. F. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson.Mrs. been elected principal of the school cked

Kickliter. 7-15-tf All the scrub bulls in Bradford and from for the Gainesville earning ,year where and he ia came teachingin over Has your boy started to save yet? If he '' l fee ofyour

O. J. Griffin was called to Lou- Clay counties seem to have congregated the University summer school to has not, there is no better time to teach him
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill and son, of ise, Sunday to the bedside of her sister I in Starke. It is time for the authorities ,
confer with the local trustees. lIe to begin than now- at this Bank.
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Mon Mrs. Charles McKinney, who had to have a round-up and drive still has the matter of accepting the i a51. [

day. sustained a stroke of paralysis. .them out of town. Those who wish place here under;, consideration and ... ''t our
their breed V .<01
of cattle to become better
it is that he will decide
generally hoped ['
Mrs. N. Sternberg and children returned Owen Griffin is at home again after Instead of worse, should be interestedin to come with us. As to whetherhe BANK OF STARKE Ike

last week from a visit with\. spending three weeks in Jacksonvillewith 9>ls matter.Dr. does deride or not will depend very a

relatives in New York. his ifTMe and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. much on the outcome of the school t [timebert
I IMn.
W.;. Griffin, and other relatives. and Mrs. Chase and children, meeting to be held at the courthouse STARKE FLORIDA

Walter Williams, of Valdosta, who have been visiting at the homeof Friday night. .

Ga., is a guest at the home of Mr. and Many Starke people accepted Uamp- Mr. and Mra. J. F. Canova, left Under State SupervisionE.

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.] ton's invitation to spend last Thurs Monday for Ocala, where Dr. Chase The E. A. Strout office In Starke will fin P't

day on Hampton Beach. They were has recently located. Mrs. Chase will make a special effort! during the coming S. Matthews Pres. G. C. White.Cashier a
be remembered ft t ofInch
well pleased with their outing. pleasantly at Miss'
Mies Mabel Edwards, of Gained- Adalme Canova. fall and winter to make sales out .-

ville, came Monday to visit her sister, of Lawtey Raiford and Lake Butler.
Miss Ruth Otwell, Mrs. Otwell and l
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Property owners In and adjacent to
Miss Demaris Wilson, who have been 666 cures Biliousness.G. .
these towns Invited list their
are to .
i .tr
visiting Mrs. J. L. Peek at Kingsley' "
Miss Josie Hoffman the weekend offerings with us. That this
agency lIUft 'D'D''D..nPllVl\Jl'll'f mmmrnmmmm'llRlmtftIIIItIIIItu..m..nI'IIlIIIItIIIJJMICHELIN
lake, left last week for JaCkIlO M. Inman,"local. of tho <
in Jacksonville at the home of her Vile'l) l manager I has the facilities for making tales Is
E., A, Strout Farm Agency, is putting "!
father,Lee Hoffman. ; shown by the record of our first Mention
.r-t-w-- J. F. Klckhter carries on quite u forward" every effort to double the i:I In Bradford county. Since November .
large export business of chickens and I number of hit 8alt'lIln his second
;; year
See Inman, the man who sells dirt I ISth we have located no less
Ills shipments 400chickens in Starke. If have
eggs. you bargain ina
cheap' to people who want the earth. average a than 24 new families In listing your 1
7-22-tf. weekly. I good, well equipped farm he can I I property bear in mind that well equipped 1 tu'' '
just about
guarantee sale during
you a L
I farms' at bargain prices sell easier
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and children the coming fall.
H. L. Brownlee and family are 722tf. than anything clue. 7-22-tf I has overcomethe
spending several weeks at their 1 returned Monday evening from an automobile -I I _commonest N''
to Pineda Ft. Pierce and The Dade City Banner of the
trip 8th FREE causes or tire trouble ,
Kingsley lake cottage. I | TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC
Eau Gallie, where they visited relatives inst., contained a picture of Rev. T. I H Hj
Miss-Leone Brooks.of Ocala, spent ,' "and friends. L. Z. Barr and a lengthy article about I A tuberculosis clinic will be held in Genujne .'

several days last week visiting Miss'! Ithe I[ three Methodist churches that he Gainesville Saturday, July 23rd. The v i7..
Mrs. W. Ellery Davis returned Saturday serves, Dade City, andKichland.
Doris Scott. i I clinic for white people will be In the STONE BRUISES
1 n
from Riverside hospital, Jacksonville Mr. Barr's friends here are afternoon from one to five o'clock L d

and is now recuperating at glad to know that he is doing an im- :\ the \ ;
666 Cures Dengue Fever. 6-13-20U and one for colored people from I 9
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez's private sanitar portant work'in the places mentioned.
to 12 a. m. I|
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Miss Audrey Johns and Ethel Griffin I The clinic Is for the examination of ,
returned Tuesday from Jackson E. D. Card has a field of prolific i the chest, for which there will be no ea, y t
666 cures Malarial Fever. corn. The rows are Closer !' When a tire is driven against a curb or over \ i i
ville where they spent the past week. I together ,charge as the clinic l Is supported by.| 5I {'

I Doria and Dorine, the attractive lit. than usual and two to four stalks to the sale of Christmas s als. !'| any serious obstruction the layer of cords in I

Mrs. T. P, Wall has returned home tie twin daughters of Mr and Mrs. the hill. In spite of this close plant. I Persons who have liven aa ocl..tpd' the body of the tire are forced inward subject 4

after a visit with her mother in Ilen- ing the cora grows luxuriantly and with tuberculosis] people or who have In each
Ben Thus, of Waldo, spent last week each i ing them to a severe strain that tends to separ. pant
dersonville, N. C. stalk has two to three ears of not made a good/ from influenza s of Aspirin i
recovery -
I with their grandmother Mrs. J.
Il.\. good size. ate and break the cords. ho d'1 ruction
Alvarez.I are urged to attend. ,
Miss Mildred Crosby has returned I The examlnators are from the Ufa" .
( by mjJ.allhdltll&tl
home after spending several weeks John Baisden left Monday for !I' Rub-M.TI.m cure sores. State Board of Health and the Florida 1 The extra thickness of the Michelin.. tread pro- '

visiting in Lake Park, Ga. I 'I Public Health Association Michelin Cord such shocks and t <>In tablota,
League Island, where he is stationed, A. O. Andreu has moved his family tects 4t it '.....r for
after a furlough from his navy duties from Gainesville to Starke, where f the extra rubber between the layer of cord a,. :.uiiiimaUmn' 1

Miss Gladys Brown and Clifford spent with hU parents, Mr. and Mrs. they are occupying the same residence REVIVAL AT ANTIOCII Still further cushion and protect the tire against 44 .4 f> uhf for
Blitch, of Raiford, are guests of Miss I viva' tahle" '
Elizabeth Brownlee at Kingsley lake.J. I W. W. Baisden. ||as when they lived here before, on Friday, July 20th;, ; aeries of meetings injury. t will largm:
I Cherry street, south of the l ''le
Presbyterian mark
will begin at Antioch Church of
I L. C. Powell has a hay meadow just Mr. Andreu .
M. Brownlee and family are parsonage. is expected Christ and last ten days conducted
least I of Starke, where crahgrass and to wind his affairs in Gainesville Try a Michelin Cord. You'll find it last longer. i ji
spending a while at the Weeks cottageon i beggarweed grow at such a rate that and up by Rev. R. C. Crawford. These meetings '';', ",
soon go into business in
Kingsley lake. |, weeds are choked down. It will givea Starke again. ,(I will prove of great interest and 9A l ''''''n.oc'r" .

large yield of hay when cut. i large congregations are expected. t relit
U6 cures Chills and Fever. I I GARAGE r 1 Wlion It
I' Unpainted houses, leaky roofs, CASH BUSINESS beard
C. A. Fling has a curiosity in the 'tumble-down .. r yet
fence* these the '
F. A. Scott and family have gone are Is bucauosji .
to their Kingsley lake cottage for a way of a petrified sponge from the things that kill real estate sales more After the first of August I will conduct STARKE FLORIDA r eow."
Bahamas. It is oval in shape and
often than anything else. During the '
stay of several weeks. my bonifies on a strictly cash 1
1 hollow in the center, so that it can be fall
and winter I expert to be able to
I basis
( thus!_ enabling me to sell cheap- vnmaaax!
The families of Messrs. T. N. Lim- I used as a flower pot. j i( sell a large number of town ''proper.ties I''er. P. E. JOHNS. R fDm mmmm MmmmIDm mm '' TS

baugh and H. L. Brownlee are at I but I can't sell them if they look ,

Kingsley lake fer several weeks. |I Mrs. Luc Powell left Thursday to like they had been thrown away. PutI .... 'H-_- ,
spend the summer with her granddaughter r-
I I your property in good condition.- All ------- t
J. B. Sapp has moved with his fame 1 Mra C. S. Lindsey' in Win- ';. that the improvements cost will comeback I

ily to the cottage on Cherry street ston-Salem, N. C. She will return' in to you In the sale price. G. M.i rENTAWORD LUMBERDirect BE J

just north of the Presbyterian church. 1 September. Inman agent 'E.: A. Strout Farm I lt; t "r.

I Agency. 7-22-tf. Spo.5o .
Merrill Struth has returned home I Dr and Mrs. C. F. Sales. of Miami, from Mill to Builder ,.

after spending several weeks at Plant spent yesterday here with her parents A brindle cow with a discordant bell I tiler. y 4Ii
FOR SALE-About 15,000 Klondyke
City with his sister Mrs. J. S. John Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. They around her neck, does what she. can to plants miles north r' .

son. will leave today for an extended tripto keep Starke people awake these hot I strawberry Starke/ two lli f fr i :s
of ,Geo. Weimann. 7.22-2t-
California and Hawaii. .. : nights. As the cow is too old to be BUYERS SEEKING QUALITY LUMBERwill +

See Inman, the man who sells dirt of any use, the only satisfaction the '
( FOR SALE-A bargain In a Ford car be j
the earth. Rub-My-Tien for rheumatism. owner from not disappointed when they send us their BQJUIUHI
cheap to people who want can get the bell must be Good condition. Quigley Overland'

722tf. Mr. and Mrs.' J. F. Colley had as i i clanging.i that still alive as long as It is Co., Starke. 7-1-tf. order. We have mill connections that enable us to I 1i.Iij

recent guests Mrs. D. A. Sullivan, of FOR SALE-one Poland-China sow, the best of
-..r- BilMMM Fever. guarantee you YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS I
Willistonj; Mr E. L. Colley, of Iler- i thoroughbred, and four pigs./ Price
Rub-My-Tlum. kill. pala. 110 feel I'to
Mrs. L M. deSha returned to her nando; Mr. and Mrs.\ J. E. Robinsonand I $50. Mrs. S. E. Jones, Sampson. Estimates cheerfully given. Send us your I i' tbs ;':.

home in Jacksonville after a short visit little Virginia Fugate, of Archer. i I W P. Byrd,a former citizen of Gra. FJa- ? 7-1-4t list for our low bid. 1:011/101.: : '

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I ham' but now living at Titusville, is STOVE: WOOD-Burns well, with lit. I > CODo'' "J'fJ ,

William II. Struth. I Dr. A. H. Freeman has changed his I viaitmj his nsnmtft, Mr. and Mrs. D. tie smoke; cypress", -gum and sap I lttp. '
residence In Jacksonville to 2123 Herschell J. Inrnar.H .
Byrd at Graham. He was in Starke pine, well seasoned. At Cooper &

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hill, of 209 E. I street his new purchase His ,I Wednesday and is full of praise for Snellgrove's mill, north of depot, THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY : :.

St. Johns Avenue, South Jacksonville, t office is the same place as before, his home town on the east coast. Dur'ng .. Starke. f 7152t. ...

announce the birth of a son, Sunday, room 412, St. James building. his stay here he is lOlling no op- "House Bill Specialists"I

July 17th. rorttinity to preach good roads for AGENTS WANTEIJi-Watkins: Sum. I .

Mrs. A. M. Darby and daughter, this county. mer drinks, Watkins cocoanut oil PERRY, FLORIDA. 1

666 Cores a Cold quickly. Fannie, have returned home after a I 1 shampoo. and a big line of over 131other

-.-- stay of several weeks with Mrs. Geo. The party of :young: people who attended quality products are big sellers. I

Hall's Catarrh Medicine Marks at Daytona. They were accompanied -' the Baptist Assembly at De- 'i We ....nt. lady.or gentlemanagent - ..

ThoM who are In a Tim clown" oonlll-.! home by Mrs Marks who Land, returned home last week and! In Starke and other vacant I II 4
Ion will thai Catarrh bothersthem I i iI -- -
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much more than when i they are In will spend some time here. report a pleasant and profitable meet cities. Write today for free sample i
food hMlth. This fart proves that whileCatarrh i ing. The party was composed of J. R. Watkins Co., I The largest load of coal leav. An agreement was reached a few s.y
particulars. ever :
Is a local. dl....... It la *felUInfluenc and 1 days between the bonrdu. of .
.El:: T Campbell has reached(! Misses J iwi Thomas I ago county
o! by constitutional coniiltNinBMALi8 ,.., Mrs. r Mona Alderman -, 66 Mf'nphlll'Tenn. 7-22-3t ing Florida was forwarded from Fer- ,'
OATARKH MEDICINE is where sha. I I. commissioners of Santa Rosa. and
Tacoma, ,Washington, Doris Scott, Blanche Alderman .
throulth'th. n., i., i -
Tonic and Blond t Pur'uter And acto i i
; nandina last week when the Triumph Escambla counties for the building of .
.urfae.. of \. O.'G:
blond upon th" mticou |IMrs. Cooper, Messrs. ThomasLImbangh ,
the body thus rwluclnir tti.. Inflammation Cold Cause drip and InfluenzatAXATTVE John Powell I. PileCured"(I'6 to 1 4.DJI'V'0ruui..1I left for Genoa Italy\ with 8CI54 tonij 1 I a i> rmanent bridge across the Eacam- -
nd condition | Lloyd King, "" .
rm* 'rtn normal If p, n t e
nowtbt ,
OUWTffETnbleM at structure I
All flruaiclata Circular' ft'MJi' : BROMO W. A. Scott, W. O. Kersey and Carl to"'I.d> '.'"I l t5zo wxrD'LV\ 1'tlIratfrua of that product on board. C.rtury.
;3.Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. CII ""C Them Is ouhr CM. "T- "ulnlM I a "Ts.',rl''. ,,. will cost 30,000 or more.
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l THE PARENTS' LOSS Saturday. Jacksonville spent the week-end here Worthington.P. FRANCE BULWARK OF 'EUROPE PALACE CAR OF "RAILLESS"

Mr. W. R. lodge and son, Evan, with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. M. Barefoot and L. T. Osteen --

We copy the-following from the were victors to Brooker Friday.A. Mrs James Goodfellow and daughters who have been on the sick list for the Country Stand. Alone Against a Still Buffalo Man' Design for. a Touring

r i' Palmetto News' both because web H. Warren ws a business vii- are home again after pending a past two week, are improving at this Menacing Germany, According te Trailer U Elaborate and

t J" sympathize with the editor of that paper tor In the ZifT section Thursday af- few day with friends at Kingsley (tome. Writer In Outlook.<< Double-Decked.'

t: his wife ternoon.Mr lake. Mr. Bennett, who, is relieving section -
P in the, Mr.los W.of Durst of their, little twin and Mrs. J. C. Cone and baby, Geo. F. Young was a visitor to foreman Boyles, of LaCrosse, was 1 .wish I could write cheerfully ofEurpe. The Independent self-contained trailer, or the completely .
I have spent Dearly three traveling home
r girl., and because it tells, in a language of Brooker, passed through here Sun- Hampton Sunday. in town Saturday.M. month digging under tbe surface 16hour truck cbasls which 1 liikt Popular
day enroute to New River. Miss Rose Andrews. of Jacksonville Shirley, of Willeford, spent the
NA 4 that we have never seen surpassed a day In England, France Bel. Mechanic Magazine, and continue:
I j what the loss of a child meansto Gentry and Horace Stokes, of is spending a few day in Law- week-end here. glum Germany, Italy, Austria and This question la agitating the mind

parent. It will be read with tear Brooker, were visitor to New River tey a* the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. Miss Van Cone, who spent the week Hungary uncovering the cost C1t livIng of hundred of motorist who Lava*

by those who have had similar sad experiences Sunday morning.A L. Futch. here returned to her home at Mid- wages taxes, governmental expenditure :- felt the lure of spring and the opeo

and to those whose family large number of young folk attended Mr. Louis Carter returned to her way Sunday. *. Income, debt and gold re- road leading away Into the myiterle

,% circle has never been visited by the the party at Mr. and Mra. Bag- home in Macclenny Saturday after MisBertie Thomas, of Pine Hill, serves; and I have noted the agricultural of tomorrow. Elaborate outflta, built

grim it will show how thankful ley. Saturday night spending two week with relatives in was in town Saturday. equipment and activity, the political directly on the chassis there are
d reaper Lawtey.. John Shaw of LaCrosse, passed sanity and otherwise the hon. many, but It has remained for a citizen -
I they should the DOUBTFUL STOCK PROMOTERSFLEECE Miss Adella Blanchard was a visitor through here Sunday afternoon.Mr. esty of people and their Intelligence of Buffalo, N. Y., to design and
I "A few weeks ago we published Colson and And I am coming home to America build a touring trailer which la literally -
to Starke Tuesday. and Mr*.
picture of our twin baby daughters, with a heavy beast a palace car of the bIJrb"a,.. A
Albert Jennings returned here last daughter of Pine 11111, were visitors
i; Iris and Adele with the statement I criticise every country In Europe, double-decking: arrangement provide
About one-half billion dollar was week from the East Coast where be here Friday morning.J. .
' that we happened to be one country a* I do my lost to the people CJf this nation thru of last week
spent several month D. Baxter spent part .
write berth bnnka each with
editor who was rich. Yes we were only France, W. C. Gregg aot lu comfortable
al" rich immensely so, and we are still investment in doubtful or worthless George Mann was a visitor to the with relative in Georgia. In the Outlook. specially made tent which,

rich; but we are now poorer by sev securities during the year 1020, ac- county seat Wednesday Several from Bradford attended the From the first gun la 1914 to the listening to the aide of the main

eral billions and then more. The loss cording to Mr. Harry F. Guest,, in the Misses Carrie Belle and Elnora Bennett service here Sunday night. present moment France baa been the body, extend outward several feet

r of our baby little Adele I. almost New York Globe. Of this sum he estimates returned to their home in Jacksonville Messrs. Roy Godwin and Dave Dukeof object of attack by the central powers forming another large room. A Dumber

'j harder than bear. ,There never the promoter of these worthless Saturday after spending twoweek Alachua, were visitors here Sunday Anti-French Intrigue 1* a* active today of electric lamp light the spa-
we can
+ securities realized $125.000,000 with relative and friends in at the home of Mr. and Mr*. I. a* ever.' Each move, each hope of the dons outfit Inside and out and are
was a sweeter, cuter, nor prettier central connected that the outside
from the sacrifice of Liberty Bonds power hang on crippling lights
and near Lawtey. W. Pinholster.
living: doll, and she was just at the age I France. France bear the brunt of may be turned on by switches at the-
and Victory Note. It is estimated I Calvin.,Prevail was a visitor to J. S. Forsyth, of Juliette, spent part
when they tug at heartstrings head each
your guaranteeing European order, and I I. of berth. A locker, extending
; that the loss toll paid by American Jacksonville of last week here with his family.L. .
Friday and
\ most.-two years and a few days. Saturday. recompensed by a world of suspicionor \ across the front of the body, contains -
I r Some of our friends have lost their people approximated $5 per head for Louis Carter of Macclenny, wa a W. Sowell, H. L. Lewis and Mr.\ hatred. She does Dot deserve criticism a 80-gallon water tank, provision

i crop and their homes and we have every man, woman and child in the visitor here Saturday Bruning spent Thursday transacting from her former associates; she bin, refrigerator, one kerosene and

f W I' sympathized with them, but their loss country. Henry Burney spent Sunday at business in Gainesville. doe need their advice and their Arm two 'oDd.burnlng, Wove, axes, shovels -

1't cannot compare with our In any The testimony given by Mr. Houston I Jacksonville and Pablo Beach. Eldon Baxter spent Sunday after support In her plan to settle the war. and a bicycle. Water I I. heated In

measure. We realize that our loss Thompson, a member of the Fed Mr*. Joseph' Hall and children returned noon with friends at Pine Hill. What would happen If France were small quantities and stored In a

t could have been greater. Why a fellow's eral Trade Commission before the I to their home in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency of to economic by disbanding the bulk of smaller tank In the lavatory. FoldIng -
House Judiciary Committee her army? Germany would change her chairs, table, cols, suitcase and
the first part of last week after visiting
I { heart should be broken in such a Pine Hill, spent Saturday afternoon
tone Immediately. Not one mark more tent stow In a
a i I.i the authority for the statement that her parents, Mr. and Mrs Daniel away generous space
way is more than we can understand. half billion dollar here. would she pay and her own army under the body floor. Despite the
;1.: We have enjoyed" many frolic with a was squandered Futch, for several day*. Eustis Kelly, of New River,,was in would rapidly take form. In one year spaciousness of tbe outfit It Is no
I II our twin babies and had looked forward annually by people of this nation thru i' Mr. and Mr*. Ury Gunter and'daughter town Sunday morning be would again be tbe principal military longer or wider than the average tourIng

r i to many years more of such speculation in worthless securities. of Jacksonville are spending E. B. Andreu was in Worthington power of Europe with greater re- car.

i /, pleasure but the future look sad now Among the victims who fell prey a few day at the home of Mr. Wednesday afternoon.S. sources than any two other. nation
Mi to the alluring promise made by the and Mrs. There would then be
G. doubt
Futch. no as to
I Heaven is made closer, we know, but V. Andreu and family spent a AS MISS ALICE EXPLAINED IT
4 manipulator of the doubtful and Mr. who woo the war.
and Mr J.
S Zeigler of In-
it is an awful price to pay. We have few days of last week at Earleton.Lee .
tl received many letter and telegrams worthies stocks and other securities, I' dlanapolis, Ind., were visitor to Law and Fred Greene, of Pine Hill, Oklahoma Congresswoman CIted Indian -
were men and women in all walks of DELAYED BIG SHIP'S SAILINGLiner '
tey Sunday. Custom Concerning Proper
{ with words of comfort, and we want II attended B. y, P. U. here Sunday
I the life. A good many W them had denied W. M. Redding returned home from Order of Precedence..
I writer and senders of them to night.B. .
themselves the necessities of life Jacksonville)) Saturday where he has Aqultanla Stayed at Her Dock
know that they are appreciated more and responded to the patriotic call of been a juror in United States court. Y. P. U. next Sunday night at Until Lost Youngster Had Not long ago the congressional delegation
I" I than words can express. Our heart the government to buy liberty bonds the Free Will Baptist church at 7:30: Been Discovered. from Oklahoma went to pay its
Is broken and if it is
ever healed
prompt. respects to President Harding, the
and victory note in order to help car- DO YOU APPRECIATE YOUR TEL-
t. those letters and telegrams will playa the Ardell Crosby spent Sunday with Her whistle bad groaned<< several Philadelphia Ledger states'
ry on war to a successful term: EPHONE?
e great part in the curing process." nation. Most of these people his sister, Mrs. Dukes, of Five Mile. warnings and the mess call gong had When It entered the chief execu
parted been sounded up and down the companionway tive's office the men came first and
Mrs. J. B. Shaw celebrated her for
with the The considered
government securities telephone
TARBRUSH APPLIED TO ARCHDEACON they wa just to drive several hundred Miss Alice Robertson, the congresswoman -
f AT MIAMI SUNDAY acquired during the war in exchangefor a scientific toy when it was inventedby ty-eighth birthday Sunday with a din persons ashore. The gangplank: of the brought up the rear.
I ? securities which, Mr. Guest alleges Alexander Graham Bell, and by ler. The dinner was spread out in Aqultanla was about to be drawn upon "This 1* a fine how-do-you-do" laid

: Charge he Preached-Race Intermarriage were not worth the paper they were him placed on exhibit at the Philadel- the yard under a large tree with plenty the pier a* a woman rushed up it cry )fro Harding. "What's the Idea of all

1, a it and "Doctrine of printed on. phia Centennial in 1876. Many wise of good things to eat There were ing: you men preceding your distinguishedwoman
i Uplift"Miami Since the launching of the Liberty men of those day said it would never present only a few of her children, "My baby I I've lost my baby I" associate

P.I y Fla Loan campaign and particularly amount to anything. Yet today Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dukes, and daughter Pier guards elicited from her that But Miss Robertson came to. the
July 17.-Eight masked since the there of Dukes, J. M. Shaw Jr., and she had gone on hoard the ship, with rescue with her, explanation. The
Mr signing of the armistice the are 63,234 telephone organizations -
t men waylaid Rev. Philip S. Irwin, family Lacy Dubose and family of her child to say good-by to relativesand men want first In submission to her
United States has conducted in the United States
treasury who
1 white, archdeacon of the English own when she went buck
l on the pier Mil, she said. It was a custom peculiar -
I Episcopal church, and head of the k systematic campaign through its and operate 14,000,000 telephones, Miller, Frazier, Elma, Laura Pearl, she thought the tot hud toddled down to Oklahoma, a holdover from

1 ''I work of that church among South Federal Reserve District organizations which is more than 70 per cent of all Wilma, Albert and Freeman Shaw. the gangplank after her. The. child the old Indian day. When Indian

f'' t Florida negroes at the close of thisevening's urging the continuance of the the telephones in the world. Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse made a had been swallowed In the excitement men and women entered any building

a services and applied a coat habit of saving and has continuously) These telephones are connected by call here Thursday. on the ship's deck however. tbe men went first and the women

{1 of tar and feathers to him. lIe was warned the public not to part with 20,000,000 mile of wire. Statistics Bessie Shaw was in town Friday A search for the mlsxlng child was followed. It was not that the men

i then placed in a sack and taken in their government securities In exchange show that there are over 22,000,000- afternoon. Instituted while the liner was held. were given precedence. Quite the
an I 000 Lyon Crosby spent Sunday with Mother and volunteer searchers went contrary. The Indian woman fuI'oDished
i' + automobile to the business for bonds and stocks of doubtful conversations each year, more
a spot
J near nature. than 20 time I I hi* sister, Mrs. Tom Dukes, of Five from deck to deck t'p on the liner's the will that guided the movements
People cautioned to as conversation
center of this were many '
city and dumped onto Mile.J. bridge Cupt. Sir James Charles paced of such parties. When cattleare
investigate the securities before they each year as there have been minutes
the street from the !buck and forth
car. Impatiently.Fifteen driven down the road by cowboys,
W. L. Pinholster of Pine Hill
invested their elapsed since the birth of Christ ,
Certain doctrines of uplift to the money. minutes elapHed. The cob of
they go tint, not as a matter of precedence
t negroes delivered by Archdeacon Irwin The government, urges the people The telephone' companies install over attended services here Sunday. a small choked voice was heard In a but because of a strongerwill
t 1 objectionable to the white residents I to retain their bonds and to acquire 750,000 telephones to new subscribers I Services were held Thursday night; stateroom. There one of the volunteerstewardetwes behind which Impels them.
more liberty bonds and yearly. at the home of A. J. Sowell by Rev. an English nurse
are said to have been the rea- victory notes was endeavoring -
son for the deed. His assailants have I at current low market prices, as they Burke. to comfort a little slip of a Protecting National Forests,
h y not yet been apprehended. are the safest investment that can be I1ROOKER W. H. Harrell and son, Luther, of girl who was too frightened to speak' Lightning often strike more than
obtained. Bradford, were in town Saturday The mother was culled and, she picket, ) once-e*en frequently the same
Before being tarred and feathered, I ternoon. af'l up the child and hurried to the pier. place or vicinity and experts of the
The savings securities which the Brooker, July 22.-Kev. Woods of
was carried Into woods ,
some Then
the giant liner sailed United States Agricultural departmentare
I near Miami where he was stripped I United States treasury is continuing Ziff", filled his appointment at the Eldon Baxter spent Thursday afternoon New York Uorld, away.- considering the possibility of map

'I e tied $o a tree and whipped. The groupof to offer to encourage saving and investment Baptist church last Sunday. at Cooter Pond. ping the lightning zones In the national -

masked men their program are being J issued in the popular Messrs. Percy Moody, of LaCrosse Tom Chancey, of Lake Butler, en- Mistaken Identity. forests, and for such cone provid-

4. to him before outline executed and denominations of 25 cents, $1, and Clayton Weeks, of Santa Fe, were tered the normal here Monday. A certain prominent engineer of Indianapolis ing fire lines, regulating grazing, and

then gave him 48 hours within whichto $5, $25, $100 and $1,000. They not visiting friends here Friday afternoon Mills Lubedia Pinholster left Tuesday decided to replenish bin cleaning out of dead trees with fire-

leave Miami.According only are not subject to any market for Kendrick, where she will visit wardrobe, so he walked Into a leading protective measures. It II'1 believed

to the story related price fluctuations but they increase i in G. B. Colson was a business visitorto relative for a few day*. clothing store, approached a mullinggeutltniuu / that the mapping would show these

if 4 Irwin at police headquarters he by value each month they are held and Gainesville Friday. Evan Hodge, of Pine Hill, entered In Khlrttlee\es. and Inquiredof zones closely related to certain type
was himhere: are collars'' of and 1 law localized -
I school here' Monday.Mr. I your topography more or (
investors can always get back Henry Sowell and family of Cooter
1 just driving: into his own yard when more The smiling gentleman ceased smiling, section of many forests. Tbe-
and Mr Allen Greene of Pine
e *
two cars in front than they paid for them. Pond, spent the week-end here with and In
hl came up of his homeA Hill, were in town Monday afternoon.Mr. pointing the general direction t Importance of the matter Is shown
man stepped out of one car and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs of bis neck said : "Mine's! herewhere's ; by the fact, that lightning causes 3O
If l asked for the loan of a wrench. Irwin LAWTEY A. J. Sowell. Drawdy, of LaCrosse, was a jours?" per cent of the national forest ores.

supplied\ the tool and carried it to the Dave Greene and Tom Markev. of visitor here Tuesday. First gentleman grows angry and : and In the very unusual season of

4j car, when four masked men stepped Lawtey, July 22.-Mr. and Mrs. Jas.Shepard Pine Hill, were visitor here Sunday ---- yells: "Now, don't you give me any 11120 set over half of the C.078 fires.
ate afternoon.R. The greatest of all sin are those smart talk. I came In here
out of each machine and seized him, and daughters, of Starke, to buya
i' affixing a pair of handcuffs" on each were visitor to Lawtey Sunday A. Week and family spent Sunday that are found out. collar and If "you get smart I'll go She Didn't Forget.A .

a ; wrist. A mask wa placed his i Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, of Starke with relatives in Starke. some place else. few years ago a Hooxler newspaper
over I
The second gentleman, ulso angry,, mun added to the staff of his
face and the two drove visited relatives in Lawtey Wednes L. W .Sowell and L. A. Brown were .'
i cars to the
{ replies: 00 ahead 1 don't care, I paper a young woman who seemed tom
r I GqI piece of woods where the whipping( 1' day.A. visitor to Graham Friday afternoon. came In here to buy something ; I e have great promise In feature work.

was staged. I' A. Smith spent several days at Mrs. Connelly, of Cooter Pond, is not a clerk." First gentleman : lie wrote a little skit about her which

t ? Kingsley lake during the past week. here on a visit with her sister Mr*. Thought you were a clerk, you look read<< : "Every one who read her work
MI-w I( Mrs. W. H. Miner and son, Howard, A. J. Sowell. like one." will\ feel sure that she has started on

me, said Irwin "They tied be to I: visited relative and friends Hampton Rev Moody and eon, Herman of LUCSTRIKE fire Detector. a successful career as an author. But

i either a tree or los:, afteV stripping !:I and Starke last week. LaCrosse, were in town Saturday.T There has recently been Introduced someone In the composing room madeit

4 a me, and applied a strap to my naked J. C Cone, of Brooker was a business C. Hazen Is having some repair a compact fire detector which maybe "amateur" instead of author.Of .

r4 body about forty times. The mew visitor here Monday and Tues work done on his house. Installed anywhere In conjunctionwith course lie was profuse In his
vt day. The a simple electric bell and few apologies, and the girl seemed to be
r then poured tar over me and applied correspondent has been notified. a
r Ittclfled. But he
? a y' feathers to the tar. I{|I Mrs. Louis lIa1'1'SB called to San that the grist mill will be in operationhere dry cell*. The device Is a Mghlysensitive for the other knows day now he she received didn'tforget !
automatic fire
4 I 'The men told me I had been preach derson last week on account of illnessof next Saturday, July 23. air's' Toutt quickly acts when the detector temperature which\ tier wedding announcement and In It

o 'tat ? ing social equality to the negroes and relatives, Lewis Shriver and Veda Watson rises above the ordinary. It la ad was a note reading<< ; "Again I have
that I advocated intermarriage of the I I Miss Virginia Peace, of Jacksonville Fred Hazen and Claude Crosby spent justable can be tested, Is so simple started on an amateurish career"

'! races and that as this was the South, spent several days last week Thursday afternoon at Hampton's re that it cannot get out of order, and Says Women Take More Chance

r this doctrine is not tolerated and any with friend in Lawtey. sort.Mrs. can be Installed by anyone.' The detector "Women are mere reckless thaw

l I person who preached it is threatenedwith i I j! Miss Nolle Roberts spent Wednes- E. B. Andreu and lion, Ray, may he Installed In the cellarof men when It comes to dodging traf

death i I day and Thursday with relative at left Wedneesday for Jacksonville and the private house, the' attic, the fie." raid a policeman at Fortysecondstreet

"I waa then asked if I intended to I''Kingsley lake. Mrs. Andreu will be at the bedside kitchen and elsewhere either. In singleor and Fifth avenue, New York.

heed the warning given me and I told I I I I P. I*, Dinklns of Jacksonville, spent( W her father, Mr. Foxworth, who in multiple arrangement, so us to "Since we got the new street beacons,
4 Sunday with hill family here. seriously ill. oF give warning of fire at the moment you know. It's our job to !hold bark
them no, and that I would not leave
people until! the flow I III
such t
fire break (> vehicle
out. Again, II be
+ until ordered to do Misses Wilma and Louisa! ttlancharc) U. D. Johns, of New River, was In may
so by some .
A. properauthority. Installed In the office, shop. factory oetore.Sctentlta r through on the street and start on
of Jacksonville spent Sunday at the town Saturday.
j i rQ '! American.A avenue. The women are worse
I | home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mana and Leila Mae Andreu aru Flavor than men at darting In front of motors

J WATERMILL M. Blanchard.C. visitin relatives at Midway this week. seated! in by Little Patriot and street cars and trying to gt

[tA. S. Hill, of Palmetto is spending Sumner Andreu, of Bradford, was toasting The other day a parade' headed bold y I cross despite orders.. The men are

fv' r:, Watermill, July 22.-Misses Lubedia a few days at Kingsley lake at the in our town Saturday, soldiers was passing a Terre :' pretty easy to handle under the new"

i Pinhulater and Josephine Chesser, summer home of Mr. and Mrs L. H. Mrs. Gainey spent part of last week Haute (Ind) schoolhou The primary system, but the women take all the

of Brooker, were here Friday morn- Hill. with her son, E. S. Gainey, of La. teachers started to march their little Joy out of our jobs."-New York Sun.

i I J. J. Starling and family, of Jack Crease pupils out to see It. All kept In line

ing.J.. Goodge was in Brooker Friday sonville spent the week-end with relative <<1- Tom Dukes, of Five Mile, was in To Stop a Cough Quick except one little fellow who dashed Right paym.nt.Nlneyeal'Clr' .
Into the cloakroom Charles carried lettersfrom
)1" business.. in East Lawtey. town Friday. take. IIA YES' HEALING: HONEYS a after something
morning on .
) Ills teacher started! after him to bring the lawyer next door to bis beet
Brooker Carl Prevail was a business visitorto Mr and !Mrs Earl cough medicine which stops the cough by
Evan lodges was in Monday Dukes and little
healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue him back Into line. girl. Every time he took one the law.
morning attending. to business affair Jacksonville the latter (part of last daughter of Dukes, were week-end A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE But be Insisted on going Into the ver gave him a dime. But one day

*. week. guests of the la tier's mother Mrs. J. SALVE for Cheat Cold. Head Cold and room. "Please. Miss A-, I want to lie decided to reward him a little bet-
Mr*. Viola Thomas was numbered Rev. E. D. Boyer filled)) his semimonthly B. Shaw. Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of get my hut. be begged.' "1 ulway m ter. He started to fish two dimes out

E on the sick list last week. appointment at the Lawtey' Rev. Joyner of Dukes, will fill his HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve like to bold It In my hand when old of his pocket. "I guess these letters
t,. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof soldiers'ttnd a lug are about worth 20 he
are re-
Misses Bertie and Alva Thomas Baptist church Sunday morning and regular appointment here Saturdayand children suffering from a Cold or QonppThe passing me marked cents.

were shopping in Brooker Wednesday evening.Mr. Sunday.The .... facetiously
q I hmUn. ef HevM HMlln HOIMIT In..Ide "
I and Mrs. G. W. Stoke return many friends of Mrs. E. M. Ha the throat carabtnixl. with thh_IUl. *affect. of, Ohl I "Ye, sir, Charles agreed soberly
,5) afternoon.
. lorvft'. n.t1.-,,.,. s....* thrauSB the pee at" "How old are you. Buddy" 'that's what I get-a dime from you
y ,E. J; Lewis, of Brooker, wa In this ed home from South Florida Friday zen are glad to learn she 1 I. Improv- roes.Mini a owuli. "Six jear.." and one from h..,."
where had three months at this Both nmMdke era pecked la MM area tad the
they spent ing writing,
. w'' section Friday. cm of the cooiblad. tiwinMat .to iOo. "And what are you thinking at becoming liut he didn't know what there was
,"1,1\11':, J. H. Brown and daughter, with relatives.Mr Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, .Just ask your druggist\ for f HAYES* ?" about' bll Bieech| to make the fellow

; -Rhoda, were shopping in Brooker on and Mr. J. B. Dye and ion, ofT Resale spent Sunday afternoon at HEALING HONEY. "Seven tear" grin so happily
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/ -- News-of .!Florida. !in-Short Paragraphs.. i!1 entire' herd.herd.The infection spread .to the

'Live State Newsy: j i -'The millioa Moore dollar Haven corporation Sugar Companya -backed Here's why CAMELS PAGE THREE ..4'A
are "
and financed by the L. P. Steel .
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L'-u-T..i ..... ,
Service' Corporation, has let contractsfor
; by Our F h:;;; : Ii erection of a plant near Moore .

Haven. The manager says; productionof the quality cigarette
,. .
-- - sugar will be started at plant
The largest load of) coal ever leaving Mrs. F. D. Guerry shot and fatally not later than Dec. 1st and that more
Florida was forwarded from Fernandina injured her husband at their home in than thirteen hundred acres of cane
last week when the Triumphleft Jacksonville and then committed sui have already been planted in the district BECAUSE we put the utmost quality into this
for Genoa, Italy with 9664 tons cide. The woman died instantly, and around Moore Haven by the com- '
.. Camels are as good as it's
of that product on board. her husband died shortly afterward ina pany. He says the plant will cost possible
hospital. Mrs. Guerry left a note about three-quarters of a million dol. for skill money and lifelong knowledge of }M
Tampa is undergoing an era of automobile with instructions for the care of her lars
fine tobaccos to make cigarette.
More than dozen six a
stealing. a year old child and named another -
can have been stolen within a short young woman as the cause of her domestic A Perry lady voter after wrestling
Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
time and no trace of them have been unhappiness. with a ballot for a long time Tuesday
found. In one case the thieves held finally emerged' from one of the in mind I Everything is done to make Camels theo S

up a chauffeur with guns and took Dig Jim woke the city early Tuesday booths with perspiration flowing from best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
:from him his splendid car valued at morning to a first class fire when her manly-voting forehead and flour.
$2800. the Jacksonville branch of Swift & fishing her ballot walked up to one of simply for show.
Co., was wiped out by flames, supposedly the inspectors and said: "Where do I
An agreement was reached a few starting in the smoke house. A sign my name to this" On being informed Take the Camel package for instance. It's the rt

days ago between the boards of county few moments later every piece of firefighting that it was not necessary or s most perfect packing science can devise to protect -
commissioners of Santa Rosa and apparatus in the city was on customary to sign a ballot she said: mis a ;
Escambia counties for the building of the scene and what might have been?a "Oh, pshaw! How will anyone ever bNO"$7e cigarettes and keep them fiesh. Heavy paper b

a permanent bridge across the Escam- business tragedy was averted by the know how I voted," and passing out -secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal '
bia river at Century. The structure prompt action of the firemen. The into the hall she walked down the long I
will cost $30,000 or more. damage was approximately 100000. corridor, satisfied that she had done the fold and make the package air-tight But +

her full duty-and she had. there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no ar .;
Mrs. Nancy Lockwood, 73, who was Twenty-one cent gasoline is on tap
run over by an automobile Wednesday In Tampa. Following a fight betweenthe Dewey Cannon Is arranging for one extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. f
night died at the St. Petersburg hos retailers a few weeks ago, with of the biggest, aquatic events which +

pital. Frank Dowling, a painter, who one lot holding out for twentyfourcents has ever been billed in Miami Beach. Such things do not improve the smoke any more 4sL
was driving the automobile, is being a gallon, and another division lie is to stage a loggerhead turtle
held at police headquarters where a insisting on selling it for twenty-one, race between big sea turtles whichare than premiums or coupons. And rememberyoumust .

charge of manslaughter has been practically every dealer in that city now being taken down on the keys pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. k
placed against him. put up the twenty-two cent sign the for the event. Turtle racing is a pro. ,
forepart of this week. Now a number vince pastime in the Bahamas. In the If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest ; ti.
Within ten feet of shallow water in of the dealers have hung out signs islands it is what rock fighting is to free
imagine-and one entirely
channel in Big bayou I the Cubans and baseball cigarette you can ry'r
a narrow near announcing "gas" at twentyonecents. to the United r
St. Petersburg, Charles Willis, 14, : States. Races by turtles have never from cigaretty aftertaste,
was drowned. He and a chum started been held in the United States. To
to swim across the channel, which is | The Duval sheriffs office has reported bring the big sensation to the Roman It's'Camels' for you
not more than thirty feet wide. Willis that In raids in the vicinity of Pools men have been scouring the ,
gave out in the deep water and pulled Marietta, Baldwin and White House, keys for turtles of the proper size for
the other boy down once. Then ho I in the western part of Duval county two weeks.
turned loose the other child and sank.M. Wednesday and Thursday, deputies Ii'
captured eleven stills The Escambia board of county commissioners "
copper 16,000
G. Conrad, formerly a deputy- gallons of mash and approximately has Instructed Attorney R.
sheriff of Duval county, has been 2,000 gallons of moonshine whiskey. P .Reese to bring suit against the erode CamelR. ') .
found guilty of impersonating an officer Warrants have been Issued for the arrest of the late Henry M. Flagler for .
and securing $1600 from R.' E. I of ten farmers whom the deputies back taxes for the year 1919 on that
Wheeler, a'' Jacksonville banker. It j charge with having operated the part of the estate listed as personal ,4 ( ;.t:.
has been, shown that Conrad demanded I stills.It stocks and bonds. of which the late ..
the money from his victim for re- I William A. Blount, of Pensacola, was .-,
fraining from implicating him in mat. I I is said that the Seminole Fertilizer trustee It is claimed the hack taxes ,I

ters pertaining to liquor.On & Oil Co., the largest fish scrap amount to $$88,10! of which the county tl tly
;,plant of its kind in the United States would receive about 02000. It Is J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winiton-S.Um. N. C. A V
account of the lack of finances and possibly in the world, which is located also claimed that taxes for 1920 and
the school board of this county has at Fernandina, will be in operation 1921 are due but Mr. Reese expressed
ordered that two months be deducted by or before fall. The marketfor the opinion that the first suit would "V
from the usual school year of each this very excellent variety of fertilizer settle any difficulty in collecting those --------
school in the county. Due to this fact and oil is now steady and the two years. knowing the theories which have been Ilrook, guest. of her sinter, Mrs. lUttldirk Thomas was attending to 9 I ..-?
the citizens of Wauchula have come I product is In demand. The concern Is entertained by others who have pre Clyde Shaw. business in Waldo Saturday. "
together and raised the money by j being re-incorporated with a view to William J. Simmons, imperial wizard c'dedIS concerning what we should 1 Kllery Thomas attended the dance* Mallie and Houston Puna, of I..oul.e. ,7 fl i j-r i .l.lew >
private subscription and expect to'''beginning I operations,! soon. of the KIu Klux Klan, has suspended think. We are incoming more interested at lIaml'telfIIeach\ Saturday after. wore in our section Sunday. < nulneM
have a full year for 1921 and 1922.A the charter of the Pensacola in knowing the full moaning of noon. Frank Warren, of Tampa, was thJ
I!I An unidentified negro was shot and branch of the organization, pending, the sublime truths which the great Miss| Allie Pone, of Louise, spent guest of J. II. Thmiuis Saturday morn
huge manatee, commonly called a I killed by Deputy Sheriff Thomas of further investigation of reports that Teacher taught, and less interested in Saturday and Sunday ht're. guest of ing./ V
sea cow, measuring! fourteen feet in I :Marion county, at Orange Lake after certain men, supposed to be members the contending speculation of men her niece, Avy Starling Willie May Oliver, of Pine Hill, \.
length and weighing about a ton was the negro had fired on Thomas and of the Pensacola klan, had appeared in who have Bought to fathom all the Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, pHHHed 1 through here Tuesday. v
harpooned Sunday morning by Capt. another deputy who were attemptingto public robes and masks of the order, mysteries of the divine kingdom. Paul, of Hrooker, punned through our The aiiminl meeting will be held at '
Moore and Verne Hughes. After being arrest him for drunkenness. The and issued threats The action, it was What are our duties; the doing of burg Sunday. Rock church today, Saturday and
harpooned the sea cow struggledfour negro had been disorderly earlier In explained, followed a recent IncidentIn which will bring divine approval Is Evan lodge, of Pine Hill, wan visiting Sunday Everybody Invited to be
hours in an effort to get away the day, it is said, at Mcintosh He Pensacola, when a group of men there no way of learning what we friends In this section Sunday present.
from its captors and was towed to was displaying] the pfttol! when he wearing the paraphernalia of the Ku should doT We are taught that we afternoon.
shore after it had been dispatched bya started for Orange Lake to attend the Klux Klan, visited a restaurant in must each give an account of our Mrs. Saxton of Hampton, is spending A 'I'ONICIrov.'aTasteless of rifle ball. dance but no officers were availableat that city and served notice on the pro stewardship in this world. There is a few days here with her granddaughter ( chill Tonic restores dlnwtlonsi A.pirln. y '.

the time to make the arrest. prietor that he must leave the city. to be a final examination. Can we Mrs Nita Dyat. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and phyiloUns ,
Leroy Drew, driver of the motor learn what subjects will be covered In Truby Dyal of Graham, was In our Enriching the Blood. When you fuel Its Jf l>r mil- '
truck which ran down and killed three The Ybor City Land and Development Avery Holmes negro, who shot that examination If a college/ student burg Saturday morning I atnmllhenlnglnvIQoratll111! ( ( effect, see bow y1 .tltute.tablata.
year old Francis Gaskin! Saturday in Company must either get rid ofa and wounded Deputy Sheriff Gordon could learn at the beginning of Ethel Dyal attended the celebrationat 'I' it |H-IIIS| ( color to the cheeks and Iuw.4" $snr foe, ,
the Heights section of Tampa, has colony of leather-winged bats whichIn Zebendon of Lake Wales Wednesday, his study of a subject precisely what Hampton Beach Thursday. it Improvm the appetite" you will the" ) f.d f..
been arrested on a charge of criminal infesting the /garret of an old house and for whom a posse has been search- the examination would be, he would Mrs J. B. Thomas and daughter appreciate Its true Ionic value. for
neglect and released under $1,000 which the company owns, or the city Ing, surrendered to Sheriff Logan of feel somewhat more confident that he Lomie, were shopping in Hrooker on Groves Tasteless chill Tonlo ls simply e taWei'ae (.
bond. Eye witnesses have reportedto health department will do the job by Polk county and he was placed In the usually does. Thursday. Iron and Quinine suspended. In syrup So / '
the police that Drew was driving tearing down the structure. This no. county jail at Bartow. The negro was Now it so happens that the great Misses Allie Pons, of Louise, Es- pleasant even children like It. The blood
his car along the wrong Bide of the tice has been served on the owners by armed with a rifle, and revolver and teacher gave His disciples an accountof telle Waadln, of Waldo, Ollie Padgettof needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to ail
street when he ran over the child. Dr. J. R. Harris city health officer. exhibited injuries received in the side the last days, when to those on the Graham, Alva Thomas and Ethel Enrich It. Destroys Malarial Henna and F Fk4. i
and hand when the deputy returned' hand Davis afternoon with Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invigorating
The doctor hearkened to complaintsmade right it will be said, "Come ye spent Saturday Eftoet. SOo.
More than nine hundred telephones by the neighbors about the bats. the negro's fire. The negro came out blessed of my Father, Inherit the their friend, Avy.Starling. .JHtotatlird

In St. Petersburg were out of commission The leather-winged night-flyers are of his hiding place in a swamp near kingdom prepared for you from the I I To Cure a Cold In One Day f iv ''w rib
Saturday as a result of heavy there by the thousands. Lake Wales and, remaining at a callIng foundation if the world." And lie .aaaaaaaaaa. Tabs LAXATIVE IIFOMO QUININE (T.hl.t.l. It t Yt
rains during the week having seeped distance, told a farmer he would then goes on to state the Issues on B .. .!.....Iho IKOVC. sect tun. fate
Cold K.; W. utMiim in
into the cable conduit and short circuited Barlow's "mob violence" of several surrender only to Sheriff Logan Tht which men shall be judged and their :
the wires. Trouble men were days ago was merely man's predilec. farmer notified the officer, who. with a lives approved or condemned. And 1

working overtime to remedy the sit tion for choice pork, an investigationhas deputy made the arrest. these grounds for approval and condemnation I =g= Indigestion :gHI I
uation but it was said several days revealed. A rope hanging from are certainly worthy of our COFFINS & CASKETS
would elapse before alt the lines wouldbe the limb of a tree with bloodstains on A citizen of Leesburg writes an interesting most profound attention. They should Many persons, otherwise OH And a Full tins of
cleared. ,I1* the ground below It on the outskirtsof account of a long line of certainly give us a very definite Idea vigorous and healthy are D U"tler.Ir.ra' Sapptiu -
that caused breastworks on' the west hors of of the nature of the
city, widespread rumors grounds on which a bothered occasionally with |fg
The Scott Lumber Company at Se- that there had been a lynching. Lake Harris, these earthworks bt'fln. judgment will be made up. When we IndlCMtlon. The effects of a AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
bring is getting ready to erect a big Crowds went to the scene while mu. : ning at the shore of the lake ard come to examine them we find them S disordered stomach on the g Always on hand. The boat -
crate mill In that place. All the machinery nicipal authorities furrowed their I I running westward for a distance of equally significant In view of what system are dangerous. aDd a vies at the lowest prices. Special -
necessary for the manufactureof brows. Then the perpetrators came about a mile into the pine woods and they contain, and what they do not H prompt treatment of lnolK.sH attention to telegraph orers. -
fruit boxes has been ordered and forth and explained that it was nothing : scrub He also tells about other excavations contain. In the entire category of Q Lion Is Important. "Tb only Q Registered Eaal..I_. fer. att
will soon arrive and be put in position. more than a rustic hog killing. I In that vicinity and the finding items on which the lives of the righteous a medicine I have needed has M
It is expected to have things ready for of a quantity of farming implements are approved, there Is not one been something U aid dls-" JJUon DeWTIT C. JONES
the ii..,, DM
U sad clean
work within four or five weeks. Its That he was both beaten and bitten carpenters' tools and china. shadow of reference to the doctrinesand writes Mr. Fred Tabby aMcKinley. M ST ARXE, FLA.
capacity is said to be 16,000 crates a by his daughter Is the claim of John ware recently found in the leaf moldof beliefs about which theologianshave I Teias, farmer. JJTD
day. Fulia of West Tampa, according to Information a hammock which a man was clear. been disputing for centuries, and ""7 msdtclns Is H
given out by the county ing in the Ashtabula neighborhood which still divide the followers of(la 11U I

No Worms in a healthy CbU4 judge's office. Fulia, It is said, came probably the mute testimony of) a once Christ. Thedford's o
All cIaIIdnIa troubled with Worm bm aa. nab to the county judge's office Tuesdayto happy wilderness home laid in waste Rev. H. H. BLACK, L. Th. 1886
.uii '........whlofc lodI a.poor blood. and u a secure a warrant for the arrest of by the Indians a century ago. A line Lawtey Fla. + 1
GROVE'S cab then TASTELESS tam< or IM CHILL stomach TONIC dtooutaaes.* ".... his daughter. His story, it Is said, of breastworks a mile in length would BLACKDRAUGHTSfor

luir tor HUM _k. .rill nrlcli lb. blood. was to the effect that{ the young woman shelter a considerable force of men, A man is not necessarily\ a fool because ' DAVISINSURANCE sr
__do..........snd.elndTmbusa _aaa toSHaWen and these fortifications would indicate
who is married, came to his home he acts like Some
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three.Seadboel &h.__.........CbUd will be and that after they had gotten into a that a battle of no small dimensions could make a wooden Indian smile. ladtgestloa aa4 stomach n
..pye" {tMakL Pleasant W calle.-710 per blab.Dodson's I was fought on the shores of this . of any Itl... I have S
quarrel over some articles to which : E ... found anytalae that BH I
both claimed ownership, the daughter lake, which Is one of the most beau- The woman who marries her best the spot, like Blaek- m
attacked him, biting him and beating tiful in the state. friend Is in grave danger of losing EH Drsudit I taks It Per broksa J3 I
osow after tasals. a lone 19B I
him almost unmercifully. him. Lima I trl<4 pills. whisk BrioPi M I STARKE
s4 sad didn't give the geed ) V lu
More than 60 head of tubercular cattle ZIFF HI results. ....OTa...' liver U A
Instead of Calomel are being killed in Tampa by Unit. well known evangelist is reportedto a medlelas Is easy t. take oasT HM 4
ed States veterinarians. They are all have said: "I love flowers and religion -: Ziff, July 22.-Miss Eatelle Wasdin, to keep. Inexpensive." nM -
blooded cattle and come from the herd ; I hate botany and theology." : of Waldo spent last week here guestof Cut. a packai from year' S H Habitual Constipation Curd
Calomel is quicksilver. It attacks of one man, making a total of 103 This statement is one of the many her eousln, Ethel Dyal. ..'. druggist today-Ask: for and In 14 to :21 Days
the bones and paralyses. the liver. Your head he has lost this year. The cattle similar indications of a change that Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shaw and children I = Insist upon The4.for4'.e 13 LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially-
dealer sell each bottle Liver Tone"of pInt underA were tested some time ago and culled has been slowly taking place among of Cooler Pond, spent the week. j only tnulns. Q prepared S'rup Ton1o-Laa.\lve for Habitual:
haimleM Ironchul"Dodson's, monev-ba guarantee thatit from the rest of the herd to await a all Christian churches during our gen end here with their brother, Reddick Ill Get It today. H Constipation. It relieves' promptly but 1w
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto *
; will regulate the liver, stomach and retest, which has just been concluded.The eration. The idea seems to be that Thomas. I .. induce regular action. It Stimulates and
bowels better than o you-10 million tuberculosis has been traced, it la we are becoming more interested in Mrs. Lois Thlgpen and little daughter 1..aaaaa.II i _ Regulates. Very Pleasant toTak** 60tipw
sick niag or salivating what should than In Mildred the week at tortile.-"
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