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 29, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Volume ID: VID04609
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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j Mr. Mary Etta McKlnney, wife of

FIELD DUTY ON Three' Citizens Install These Modern SCHOOL FONDSORGANIZED s I' Mr. C. M. McKinney, !died *t three A CHARGE After a term -of service covering six: \ I
in Their Home j o'clock Friday morning:at her home : OFWIFEJJEATING_ years,' two as assistant principal and q', I .
; near Graham. four im-'principal of Bradford If" ) \

AUG. 6 TO 20 hustling JOB. E.Delco Wilson Light, of man Gainesville, has lately the Mrs. McKinney was stricken with, School, Prod S. S. JJowlIng recentlydeclntdtrappgjntment High ;. ; ,

paralysis Monday night and died the } : for another .. \ '
placed three of his light and 4
power following Friday, but previous to that year and will go to Mulberry as prin' .. ,
plants In homes of
TROOPS WILL GO INTO CAMP AT stantial farmers. These three. of our sub- EXPECT: AMOUNT NEEDED WILL time she had been In excellent health JEFF MOORE\ OF JOHNSTOWN.: cipal\ of the high school at that place. /;

JOHNSTON FOR FIFTEEN. steadily growing in popularity plants are BE RAISED IN ONE-1)AY BO her death came as a great shock to LANDED IN {'OUNTJAil.. Starke; gives Mr. Howling up with

DAY INSTRUCTION their range of usefulness and as DRIVE SOON TO START her family and ninny friends I1V SHERIFF MOMy great' re4uetan('e. As principal of the
of operation become known. economy The funeral took place. Friday afternoon school his services. came BO near to 4'I
The annual tour of field duty of the at 5 o'clock at Santa Fe cemetery. being perfectly t
Lorenzo Green the dairyman, will The school meeting called for last Jeff Moore was arrested (lout Monday satisfactory that the
Florida National Guard will be held at Rev W, O. Kersey, of tho First trustees during his entire
term of
use his plant, in addition to lighting Friday night at the county courthouse by Sheriff Epperson on a service
Camp Johnston August 6 to 20, general his home and barns, to furnish power was not well attended. In fact, it Baptist church of Starke, conducting of drunkenness and .wifl'-b'atin l'h8r/ot'l'1! (I never received a word of adverse

orders having been {issued by Adjutant for his corn grinders! silage cutter, came near to being a failure, but there the funeral service. The pall bearer in default of bond was carried to the: criticism of him from either patron e

General Charles P. Lovell Setting bottle washing machine, churn, milking were enough present to prganize for were J, I). Stansell, Lacy J, Wynn, Starke bastile to await trial. or pupil, nor was it'er necessary for I

the date for theencampment) and machine and cream separator. the campaign that must be staged at Charley Spark man, Mr. Odotn, Roy Mooro's home Is three or four miles : them to interfere In any ,difference
designating the units which will take John S. Griner, of Brooklyn, purchased once if the school Is to be opened In Roberts, J. R. Reynolds and Tom Old- northwest of Johnstown, and! his family among either the faculty or student 2i

the field. the Deleo light, water and power September' as usual. ham. D. C. Jones, funeral director, consists. of wife and three children. body. His perfect mastery of the disciplinary .

These include the state staff corps, plant to light his dwelling', barn and The organization for the campaignwas < had charge of arrangement. Unfortunately for him and family, ho feature of the. school hU. I

medical corps, First Regiment of Infantry other outhouses. The plant will also completed by appointing a ways Mary Etta Dyal was born May\ 27, at times imbibes too freely of the stuff zealous: and devoted) work In and out "

and the 121st motor transportcorps. givehim water under pressure for hishome and means committee composed of D. 18C9, near Wateroak, nix miles from that turns many an otherwise good of the clans room, and his line'moral Get a
and will C, Jones Starke, and at the time of her death citizen and Christian make of Samuel
prove a great convenience chairman, Fred F. Stump, crazy When sober his neighbors example |r had
The coast artillery company, a part in watering: his stO<'k. In ad- J. M. Mitchell, Julian L. Peek and F. was fifty-two years old. February Buy he III good\ man, and as far S. Powling as nearly perfect a j kickedtime
of the national guard, will probably i dition he will have an additional fire A. Scott. This committee is authorized 10, 1884 she, married Charles M. Me- us they know, is goodto, his family. school" principal. as it need he hopedto ;'
be sent to one of the forts in the artillery -' protection to call to their assistance the members Kinney and was a faithful wife and h However, the charge, la niiiJu limn on find. All of Starke wishes him ; 7 tee of erg

district for its tour of duty. 1 Mrs. Jas.\ E. Goodfollow, of Lawtcy, of the Woman's Club and other mother, being noted for her happy, !hart Friday he !l-ecami( intoxicated, and w..1Irl\ his new field! and throughout ,

The field duty of the national guard i has had her home remodeled and has citizens. The committee has been busy cheerful disposition and for hospitals at about twelve o'clock began heating( his. life, when ever his lines may bo "' 'Y''I,,

will be preceded !bS'$ a school of instruction had a Delco water and I light system the pant few days shaping plans fora : ity in her: home where she lavished her Ms wife. When sober\ he would riot cast .. .;your "

for officers and non-commis.1 installed to light her home and furnish one-day drive to take place soon, !1 love and tile work of her bandit., For think of so doing !lie grew worm In giving Mr. Howling up' it I I..* it our

sioned officers of the various commands water under pressure. and it Is expected that every dollar of many years she was a member of the. and worse, and intermittently! retired pleasant to !Know Hint wt. have |>ros.pect .1 jJ' old '
beginning August 2, and terminating In addition to these plants. Mr. Wilson the money needed will subscribed l Baptist church, and was always faithful from the house to drink more poison, of securing the return of another \ ,

on August 5th. lately sold to !Mr. L. Ball, of Rvinuton on that day. This should hv done, for to her church obligations.Besides and, then renew his inhuman assaults.< />f the men who have made themselves I eke a

It is expected at leant one officer, his fourth lighting plant. Mr. it is not fair to unnecessarily take the her husband, Mr. MCKInney It In. said he lined. a stick and !kicked beloved 1111 t principal. of our !l<'houl.Ve /

and a detachment of non-coms from Ball is thoroughly satisfied with his time of busy nil>n and women to be \leaven to mourn her loss three and knocked her unmercifully. Atone refer to Professor H. H. Lane, who beet

each of the companies will attend this plants! and finds the Delco system the spent' in soliciting for funds that children, Mrs I, B. Dinkins, of Tutu- time his wife made her exit from was principal here for two ternn. \. r \

school, which will also be held at the most satisfactory.At should be volunteered.The pa; Alvin McKinney and! Miss !Mabel! the house nod 1 was on the, way to a about ten years ago vi-' v,41n

camp, where the government recently present there are over 2,000 of committee has the names of every McKinney: of Graham; three step I neighbor's house for protection, but .. II

turned over to the state 150 barracks these plants in operation in Florida. school patron and every one of children, MrB. Delia Milligan\ of East the infuriated man overtook I the un- WOulIl.\) \it off
mess halls, etc., for the use of them will be asked to contribute to Palatka; John McKinney of Tampa; fortunutc women and, is stated, horsewhipped Y JICI a hy

the guard. IIOMESEEKEKS GCIDE the fund. To continue the school fora Charles McKlnney, of Campville; her back home, whctv he did Woodlawn, July 29.! Miss Debbie) ;
Each of the fifteen days of the encampment term of eight months it will be necessary five brothers, G. ,V. and J. P. Dyal, of not ITU we his attacks until about nundown. Philips Is visiting friends and relatives \

will\ be filled with interest Volume 1, No. 1, of the HomeHpek- to raise from $1800 to $2000. Tampa} J. S., A. G. and L. Dyal) of She told him if he meant to nt Vulrica thin week., ,' .1i4

ing work for the troops, the scheduleof ers Guide, published by the Inter-State The committee has apportioned l this Jacksonville; four sinters. Mrs. G. N. kill her to do so at once and dense bU Mrs Kate Drury In visiting. relatives slJL

instructions being prepared by Ma- Realty Company of Lake Ilutlot; Un- sum among the patrons and each ono Vanlandinghum and Mrs. W. J. Griffin 'brutal heating He went mill got his and friends in Jacksonville Oils
jor Moore, United States infantry, ion county, Florida, reached our desk will be expected to do his part. of Jacksonville! ; Mrs. II. P. holstein gun but instead of shooting' his wife week. if

who is the inspector-instructor for the this week. This booklet of 20 pages' It is Imperative that this money be of Gainesville; and Mrs. O. J. Griffin, I went and kileld chicken and, told her A. \. Blanchard. .of Lawtey, was

guard in this state.It carrying a well written article treating rained ut once, for it is not a question of St arkr.! I to cook. it for supper' while ho, It'ls t transacting business here" Monday.Mr. .

is likely that other officers from : on the possibilities of future development us to whether we will have a four The funeral was attended! by relatives presumed, went In quest I of moreli,. "mll\lrs, \\'. 11. Norman returned :

the regular army will also be detailedfor of Florida, Union county months' term or an eight months' und friends from Halll'lon(1'1, ldo quid poison. His. iilmciieo, KIIVO the (I to Ihcir "home In Jacksonville, Friday ___- .. ''
and Lake Butler well the advertisements Starke Jacksonville. woman a rim nee to take her children\ ),) -
duty at the camp. as as term. It is a question all to whetherwe and Tampa uTter visiting friend and relatives
While the adjutant general and oth- of several million dollars will have a school or not. The The grave. was covered by, beautiful and make good her oscnpo to t the home' hero the pant. two weeks" !
worth of listed with them for ,flower which lave of 111 r. Tocl er officers of the staff! corps will be in property trustees cannot secure such teachersas signified the and O. J. Phillips, of Miami, In spending .
sale end exchange, shown ability in all sympathy of All individual who saw her lifter IGenuine"
desired l here until many friends
the field with the troops, the camp are they can assure hill vacation hero;; I thin guest. of h
branches of its work. Mr. J. II. Williams tho terrible beating dinted f I'l' bud .
l'iIbe\ in command them of employment for eight never -
\ of Col. Raymond his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I D. L. )Phil
who will net as sale THEItESSATheresHu seen II person in ns bud (conditionas .
C. Turck, commanding officer of the mntiagerand ; months. They cannot do this until I I lips.
First Infantry. director of the abstract plant, in a this fund is raised. It will be seen, as appeared, und bud little hope ofher Our xchuulIs" progressing. nicely un.
native of our sister state ()f Georgia, therefore, that school mutters are at July 2 .-Mr. and Mrs. recovery, but others! believe. she dlho managementProf., Ury O.Supp ..
but has lived and worked in Florida standstill. S. II. Woodard and little son, Woodrow will overcome the ordeal and, \live !
itA IFORI) a cif Itiiiford and Miss Thomas
for a number of years and in considered visited in Palalka, Orlando and Mm. Moore Is a cousin of Mrs. Murk ,
an expert in the lines of work he Winter Garden; during the weekendand l Tomlirmon, to whose homo she wan. of lirookor.Messrs. .
Raiford, July 29.-Mr. and :Mrs. A. J. S. Norman D.I L. PhillipIIO.
will direct. B. Z. Matthews, who will MILE the first of the w.k.C. carried that night by Mr. Tomlinson. rsI
D. Andrews were visitors to Jacksonville J. Phillip and Mrs. O. J. Phillips
direct the publication and advertising A Younghlood was a viM tor to Johnstown News n
Tuesday.An Five w'r.'IIIitnrll to the State Fnrm Sun
department of the company was born Mile July 29.-Uncle Billy Starkc Saturday, )
old fasfiioned fodder pulling: was Pinkston was a business visitor here day afternoon.Prof. .
and Miss
raised in this
county Ire Is a E"t.lIe'oodard visitor
was HA
a l'1'IST.T
given at the home of S. A. last . weekendat
Bryan, Wednesday.Clydu to u. Supp spent the
practical printer and has had former Hampton Tuesday afternoon
Tuesday. Quite a crowd attended anda Smith l left for his home in his home. In Raifurd. In wh pack.
experience in the journalistic field, )P, M Geiger was transacting business Sunday) school;: 10 a. m., J, T. Qulg- a of
bountiful dinner was served. A par Sycamore Ga., Thursday after spending Arthur Green I I" reported on the up!rIn.
thus rendering the two members of in Waldo Monday. ley, superintendent. Classes for allMorning ho rlirnotfofw.
ty was given for the folks that Sick list this week We for him
several here with hope
young days fritnds. lie
this partnership qualified to carryon Messrs. S. B. Woodard and C. A. ages, ,pi.v! .louu +
night. was accompanied by his nephew, Eu- a speedy I'.ov.ry.Mrs. rile hr .
all branches of this work under personal Vourigblood Wl're'i8ltors to Hampton !! service, ]11 a. m. Sermonby toil.enrhstetutea
Mr. and Mrs. Waldron and little son the sick list .
supervision, and if we mistakenot rie Johns. Friday. pastor. Kelly) John I Is on

of Pompano, are visiting relatives in the signs of the times this company Messrs. Willie Wilson, Jesse Gaincy The meeting which was held at tho B). y, 1'. U., 7:30 p. m. Starke has thin week I It on',.*tablota.. for,
here this week. is in for business and George Williams spent Thursday Mr and Mrs. Carl Hilliard visited :JulllmlLt.i1ll1l.
a good and Baptist church closed Wednesday eve one of the best B. Y. P. U'B In tho
Mrs. J. C. Jones, who has been much good to the country.-Lake Butler and Friday in Rodman, making the fling stale We invite you to visit u*. relative at Raifor.I) Saturday anti- r cIve'> and fur
spending sometime at Coronado beach trip by auto. Sunday. Ublf>te
Times. Rev Williams, of Starke, was visiting Evening\ service,-. 8:30: p. m. Ser.' > still. Inrgnr
with her sister Mrs. W. W. Farnell, Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy enter. in Ixrnnn Norman and sister, MIllS d.I murk i
our communinty a day or two mon by the pastor. Good-bye. of
returned to her home here Wednesday.She LOCAL MILITARY COMPANY rained a few friends Thursday evening last week Myrtle, visited relative In the Wateroak Caaeentueelde .
Wednesday prayer meeting, 8 m.
was accompanied home from OFF FOR CAMP JOHNSTON Among those present were Mr. and Mrs R. B. section Sunday.
Sullivan has returned to I was glad when he said unto me,
Jacksonville by her little niece, Helen Mrs. P. P. Dekle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest her home at Babe Muse, of Jacksonville, was attending 1i
let Into'the
Hampton, after several un go house of the Lord. '
Jones, who will upend several days in Capt. A. J. Thomas and Lt. G. K. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Drawdy Mrs. day vlnlt here with relatives. to buitiries here Saturday. i e ran.
our town. Mollie Mesrs. R. II. and Bradley Green, of :,oernt ttHwhen
Parrish Misses Ruby Proctor
Lewis, with a detachment of eight enlisted MC.ll8Ts. S. E. Triest and B. E. Ows- NEW 1./CATIONOR: I '
J. C. Jones was a visitor to Pablo men, will leave for Camp Johnston Norma Dekle, Cola Parrish, Mae and ley were busines visitors to the coun. MAKKKT Jacksonville, visited relative and heard rM It

Beach Sunday. Monday to attend a aeries of lec- Gladys Duke, Messrs. B. L. Duke, M. ty metropolis Tuesday morning. P. E. John was-busy Tuesday witha friends here Saturday and Sunday. \ I j'rS' bucawwI
Miss Loca Cason returned to her tures and instructions. They will be P. Dekle, J. M. Dukes, Jeff Waters, Mrs. W. A. Jones spent Tuesday at force of men, moving his marketfixtures Dr. W. E;, Mlddleton, of Starke wa COW."
school In Jacksonville Sunday. followed on the 5th of August by the Ardell Drawdy. Hampton with Mrs. a professional visitor here Hundny.
Josephine Sulli and l stock to his no wlocation,
Maxie Moore was a visitor to Starke rest of the company, in charge; of Lt. Miss Mae Duke spent Saturday In the front portion of the Griffin & The recent rains here are doing con tmmsiauu
Thursday. J. L. Peek. night with Miss Etta Waters. van.Dr. niilerahlu/ damage! to crops.
ton, of Starke, has been Johns warehouse on Ninth street, near .TS st
Tom Chastain, of Lake Butler, wasa A number of new recruits have been Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Drawdy, Men- in our community on professional bun the depot. He Is now ready to sell\ Mr. and Mrs, O. J. Phillips will leave /" _'.
visitor here Thursday. enlisted during the past few days, dames }'. R. Drawdy and B. L. Duke loses recently. choice meats at the new place. today for Jacksonville to visit rein / r

Mr. Dyal of Jacksonville, was at- which has nearly brought the companyup were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. He has also ordered 1 a stock of fresh live before, returning to their homein

tending to business here Wednesday. to its maximum number, and onlya Dekle Sunday.M. MR. LANDER IS HOME AGAIN groceries and l other merchandise, Miami.
J. T. Moody left Thursday for Man.rng few more can be enlisted. Those P. and W. N. Dekle spent Saturday which he expects to have on the BEt

:! where he has accepted a posi' desiring to enlist will do BO immed night .and Sunday here with Pastor Lander returned from his shelves by August 1st.NEW80M LAWTEY Hr.
lately so as to be issued clothing and relatives and friends. vacation trip Tuesday morning He Spa
tion.Mrs.. Luther Pinholster and children equipment in time for the encamp- Misses Norma Dekle and Perley report the country everywhere wa MOVES TO TOWN Lawtey, July 211.!' --A notice has been h orleer..

; of St. Petersburg, came last Fri ment. Proctor had as guests Sunday, Misses hot, dry and dusty and he Is more posted In the post office that' Lawteywill "'"

day and will visit here with relatives' All men are ordered to he> present Mae Duke, Etta Waters Messrs. Jeff than ever convinced that Florida Is G. B. Ncwsom, who has farmed the not hereafter receive mail from
for several days. at drill Thursday night, August 4th, Waters, Ardell Drawdy and D. B. the only state suitable for white folk "Hochle") place this season, hm Bold the southbound train due here' at 11:24 :s

Shepard Moore was a visitor to as final instructions will be given before Duke. to five in. He visited Washington, D. his crops, implements and Block, all a. m. This In for Sunday only and
Starke Sunday afternoon. leaving for camp on the following Mr. ant\ Mrs. Clayton of Santa Fe, C., but the Dempaey-Carpentler fightor except his big gray horses and wagon, week clay the mall will arrive as us. rk

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts and two morning. were business visitors here Friday.M. some other attraction had drawn to II u nicy McNeal, who has moved to ual. -
Those men desiring to remain in the M. Hale and granddaughter Iris Mr*. Joe Brown' and daughter Miss.
children, Ruth and Wesley, were visiting many of the colons away. Ills visit the place. Mr. Newsom has rented
relatives here Sunday afternoon. armory Thursday night will be issued I Brown, were here Tuesday in Virginia was fruitful In several the Poppell, cottage and has moved Florida, leave' today fort Waycro, .

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mizell and children cots to sleep on. Charley Cone and Roy Taylor spent geneologleal!: find. The reunion at there with his family. lie Is restingon Ga., where they will live in the future. .0 II feel'tIae' ''

were visitors to the state prison Monday afternoon here. Cerulean Springs, ICy:, was a happy his oar now, and looking! about We regret to Bee them leave but !give tO thecomical. ,:!Jf
farm Sunday afternoon. METHODIST The many friend of Mis Josephine occasion.' Mr Lander expects to be for another business opening./! them the best of wishes. t '

N, I. Roberta, of Jacksonville, spent Blume will be pleased to hear that she away next Sabbath, but will be in his The Methodist ice cream social at a CODo'' 1.,
the week-end with his family here. Sunday school, 10 a. m., L. A. Darii 1 I. recovering from. an attack of malir- pulpit on, the first Sabbath August. HEATH OF INFANT the parsonage: Tuesday night wa" well y' r 'I iltvernal.. ->i'
Miss Helen Nauright, who has boon! superintendent. Come and brine your lal fever attended and was a success' "':,
spending several weeks in New Jersey children. "As the twig is bent so Is Mr. and Mrs. Claude Renfroe were Thursday to spend several weeks with The Infant child: recently adopted byS. Young people's meeting tonight. All -.rt: ,

returned{ to her home here Fri the tree inclined." If your children week-end guests of relatives here. his sister' Mrs. D. I. Illume Rosenberg, died at the home of Mr. come who feel young.J. I .(
day. fail to come to God's house now, when Mr. and Mr*. R. E. Parrish, D. I. L. G. Johnson, spent the weekendIn M. Leviton Wednesday night at one 1 H Moore left Monday for a few ,,

Mills Billie McCormick was a visitor they are grown they will fail to do Blume, Robbie Parrish and Miss Ger Baker county. He wa accompanied o'clock, aged r 6 months. The Intermentwas weeks' visit In North Carolina. Mrs.

to Starke Sunday afternoon.S. so. tie Parrish attended the annual meetIng home by his cousin, Miss Julia in the Jewish cemetery at Jacksonville Moore went a* far as Jacksonville .w

H. Moore and brother, Mack, were Preaching, 11 a. m., by the pastor at Rock church Saturday and San Johnson. on the following day. : with him. 7y
visitors to Starke Sunday afternoon. Subject, "A Sower Went Forth to day.Mrs. G. W. Johnson grave a dance Monday Next Sunday Grace Methodist and

Shepard Moore, Clarence Ritch, Lacy Sow." Addie Blume was a business evening honor of hi* cousin, I. I. Lambert, of Alexander City, the Baptist church bold union service -. o.J .
Canon were visitors to Lake Butler There will be no preaching in the visitor to Lake Butler Monday, Miss Julia Johnson, of Raker county. Ala., has bought through G. M. In- *. Services at Baptist church 11 a. .. t

Sunday night. evening. Let us go over and give R. B. Page arrived from Vero last Anthony Johnson, of Palatka, is man, the Wm. Tison farm adjoining m., at Grace church, 8rSO: p m. Sunday .

Tuck Dowling was a visitor to Lake Bro. Kersey a hearing before he goes visiting his) parent here for a few R. 1C. Frevatt's farm to the east The school as usual

Butler Tuesday. Get up and put on your Sunday house. Give It a trial and let me day. place consist of /CO acres and II a Dr. Brown I I. able to be out again,
clothes and come out to God's house on know If my prescription failed. Mrs. D. I. Blume and Miss Ida choice tract of farming land. Mr.Lambert for which everyone la glad.

All the world is a playground, with Sunday, and I assure you that you will 1 M. L. SMITH, Blume were guests of Mrs. P. P. De will shortly move hi. familyto Miss Louis. Blanchard spent last

: Most of ns hard at work. _I feel better than to be around the Pastor. kle Monday. Starke. weekend at home. I-

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/ jonng- tatty," !>. me-f.I'm going j pent the weekend. here visiting the section last week.
J return from Part (III tie fall resume tack t.. buy A dlamncid. and you'ri I How Works .
{ former's parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Warren
LABOR SHORTAGE j Us duties .* bead of the, dei artmtni of school spent
> going bark to your last year The man who Imagines/ himself Indiapennlble -. Green. a few day of last week In the Zs!
4 of Romance language at &+ew Turk) teaching." Is, of course, the one win

y unl".r..ltl. For two years now Bunt had been Imagines his Ions. would be Irreparable Mr. and Mr.. W. W. Brown and little section.

) I ALARMS HAWAI\ !! I octor CunllfTe who Ii Mecretary of trying to make Klhyl realize that be end he usually turns cot strongIn daughter Willie Mae, of Lake Mrs. B. Thomas wag numbered MI

1 the union's board 01 trustees, said that was. absolutely! necessary to her happiness nothing' but Imagination.! -Bnffal* j Wales returned home Monday from the sick list last week.

Professor Van Dyke would take charge but so far Klbyl had not seemed Times. an extended visit with the former'sparents J. H. Brown was transacting bu.i.!
of the Parts office of the union at 1 1
1 seriously' convinced of It. Mr. and Mrs. A. R11ey.I j ness in Clayno Tuesday.

White Man Refuses to Work inT Rue de Fleurus on g.'I.If'wb..r 1. /.}.Bhe Is just five feet twoof., mir .- I /Sugar< From Wood | Lester Pinholster, of Tine Hill, was 1 wm Warren of Ziff, spent Sunday

.A 't ; Heads BrltUb Olvl.t.n, '1 'Cm> and sweetness,, spunk and deaf i Now they're making sugar out o tn'thls section Monday morning. 'i I afternoon, visiting his Bon Harney

::: >' ..J.. ....Tropical' Fields. ProfeflMur Vas Dyke appointment.s taotallilng ways,". groaned Burtt, as wood Caemlsta have found that they I Warren

o ..;>>- ".. director was made by the trustee be heard her quick steps approaching."AH taatakea ton of sawdust and Raiford Brannen of Lake Butler, I
.y..y.f get eq.ari'tr Mr. Robby Lewis of Ziff
i -:ftfet of the union for 21-ltt22.! The true.tees right Burtt ', HI put an.eoor- of spent Sunday in this section visiting was here
a too of sugar out of It.
1 I last week.w. .
have reappointed Doctor Krani ooos loam up 'or' OQr benefit ant be TUe consists Ifrietrds. While here he also attended '
ASIATIC LABOR IS NEEDED process of putting I
i J i as assistant l "Itr9c." Paris. Dr. O. E. ready_ban.jionr."Heady ." sawdmit, 'Into a closed retort and subJecting ''I church at Rode.Evan'Hodges. R. Hodges, O. .: Thomas and

k w ....... MscLean baa)" eo reappV>1ot.,.! jOUectac : : for anything' teased Burtt. It t. digestion with a weak solution spent Sunday at Graham W. Tyler attended the annual meeting .

t //ttorll M....." 8ks -Consent of Ute JUrMtnIi division which has Ita "Tea, young man ready. to make you (t solpburons acid under a peso guest of friends at Rock Saturday.

r r of Congftk Modify. Ban to M .tConditions i London.headquarters at' t rJ Russell square. behave!" flashed Sibyl aa she pushed ore of from, ninety to one hundred I S. Thomas!!. of Lake Butler, spent

Territory I If him out of the kitchen and locked the pounds- tile) square Inch. Eighty.. with
1 t In la'a"d-&ay' tXnce/: the artnlntlce It was said I Sunday afternoon here visiting CAN ANYONE ASSIST THIS OLD
,1 f Labor'"Crtsl I door., cent of the sugar thus obtained Is fee .
tin '" In
'U Facing' friends. VETERANf'
/ has been '
there an Increasing desire on "
, .
The row down the river so perfectfthat neutable. The product Is called "saeeknloaw.
( lu History-Tn Million Dollar the part of the American students to neither cared to talk. Seaerml ." Mr and Mrs. Bobbie Fairish, of

: Spent In Last Two D.cades In Importing study abroad. The American Unlveralty time* Barn started to speak, bat Lake Butler,'epent the week-end herewith Lebanon, Fla.-Do'any of the read.

'. : l', Labor. union Doctor CunllTe said was hardly dared break the spelL De Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green. era of your paper residing at or near

.. prepared to aid students abroad In WATERMILL J.: C. Cone and Clara of
hoped the golden sunshine the sparkling daughter, old Newnansville, recall Allen Pen.
M / r After twenty years of "aln"'f'lIde.vorI every way and to be (If service to water and fragrant woods would Brooker, passed through here Monday darvis who enlisted from that section

l'U' to Americanize, or, at leant.! "CaucaslanlKe" them before they Ipave this country. combine to soften the heart of a certain Watermill July 29.-WUey Ed- morning: enroute to Lawtey. and served in the Civil warT His cool.onel' .

we.: : i plantation fields. of Hawaii American students who wish to enter perverse and wilful person mondson of Sampson was a caller in I I Miss Gertrude Parrish of Lake Butler name was Scott.
either ItrltlNh French unlversltletiare
the territorial nilmilon xhlrhrake the this section afternoon.Jim
"How peaceful It Is ''''re.- said Sibyl -
I the week-end here visitingher Pendarvis widow lives
I urged by the trustees of the onion spent Mr. at Ing-
runiuftit of congress to the 1IIIIort. I I
dreamily.'as. she trailed her hand of Graham
Groover, was
;1, \ 1 tlon of Asiatic labor In limited number to communicate with either. the direr cousin, Miss Pearl Green. his and the is entitled to a .pension if
I through the clear water. "Work and visitor here last week.
: ,. I and under stipulated restrictions, tor of the British division' of the conI I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw and some of the old comrades who served
I feel I
; problems seem far away; as John Shaw of here I
Ii! i has returned to the earlier declaratloim 'I I tlnental dlvlNlon fir with Doctor,Cun- though we were In fairyland. Saturday LaCrosse was daughter/ of LaCrosse, passed through with him can be found.

; of former Oov. George It. Carter llffe at Columbia. here information regarding
Monday. Any thin
I leaning
;; "We are, sold Burtt softly,
I / In his to the Interior department I "The American University union. J. Goodie was a business visitor to
will be
report toward her, "and you are the Allen Thomas spent Saturday nightin matter appreciated. His two
n "' "I said statement Issued, by the hoard Brooker
In 1IH to IMI7. Hint tIe, a I I
princess floating with the prince to--" the Pine Hill section visiting: with sisters Charity and Susan Pendarvis
11 + white man will not work in tropicalfleldK. of trustee of which President' II. P. Miss Bertie Thomas left
"Floating on a rock If you are not Tuesdayfor friends. once lived at Newnansville.
JudHon of the Uulveraltr of Cbl,81(0I"
+ i and John O. lllliben of more ('careful, tartly. warned Sibyl as Woodlawn where.she has accepted Lonnie Parker, of Ziff was in this C. C. GAINES,
president I
r Ofliclul fact and t1lCure.. .re In pow the boat drifted.Hunt's .. a position of teaching* school. I i
seMMlon of the coniinlHHlnn' to xhow Princeton vice tlmlniiun is one organization
f \ I color rose and he bum P. A. Crosby, of Brooker, was a
whose' purpose Is tbe Interi
that Americana, I'ortugueiia, SIanh.h.RUII"III" .
and Germans all hate Iwen I i change of French und American and changed the subject.. led When they business visitor here Wednesday I J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthews

IlrltlHh and American student and reached the Island he the way Albert Hall, of Bell, and Charlie
tried and all hsvty failed a* sternly I
,! teacher The union act an a sort of through/; a new path where Sibyl had Fowler of Gainesville
nourres of agricultural lohor supply.Today spent Saturday REALTY COMPANYIf
h never been before, !She' cried out In I INTER-STATE
4 arconlliiK to (Oov C. J. McCarthy I educational clenrlnK) house for the night here with O. W. Thomas.
+ admiration when he finally stopped>
: I three countries' ;; through Its medium a
Albert llorner, territorial mi- Those who were visitors to Brooker
student learns the, relative values of and put down the basket lunch. They t don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
uiid otberii In 1."IUun you
gar f-rt| a j I were In a grove above the river, surrounded Thursday were Mrs. J. Ii. Brown and
t I to. know (conditions the territory isti l the Anaprl'Dn.I..lltlal.. and. Frenchor by most und flower, with daughter, Reba, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I on vou.
lubor crlHl In Its or lOnKlltth degrees I I "
ti 1 j faring blslor '.the gravest I It. (' .... the arrangement Of nil velvety meadows stretching behind 1 lodges and daughter, Creasy" and I The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the first edition! of its
I ) where cow seemed but apart
them some Mildred Mrs. C. A. Lewis and Tom-
Acreage Increaae. the prelltnlnnrlen OI>( f''lIry' before an I HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEJuly

', 'I In 1901'! the production, of sugar fort I American frluclent ran matriculate, In I.I Sibyl of selected a ] perfect a large picture.); flat rock and my Markee and Eva Tyler. I 1st. carrying advertisements of millions of dollars worth of, property

', the territory wan. 21IHtOil.! ) : .., with any foreign uiilvemlty. It is concernednot I.I spread' the tempting array of good Little Merrill Thomas spent the listed for sale or exchange throughout the United States Canada and Mex

I ,,i 80,040 luborern. to handle the crop' | no much with how to get the American things from the I'u..ket.I . week-end at Graham with her cousin, ico. If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. Thadvertising .

I la 1020 the !production, was r.r.0,871 I student abroad as withwhat. he "Aunt Jane knows what a talc Virfjie Thomas costs you nothing on commission listings. It will be our hard

,. { ton and last December there were Is to do when he has got there.. For I I low likes" Burtt sure said. as he trfemched Those who attended church at Rock luck if we fail to find you a deal.

., 88,848' Inbcirer at work on tile plan, this purpose the union haft estnbllshedheadquarters from this section Sunday Mr.
a chicken nandwlch."I'll were

'r..a..d tations.. tremendously Sugar rune ,acreage labor IIIIM IKIH not in- I New York, whore'In .London clone, contact Paris and between I I have you understand' _that I and Mrs. W. R Hodges and family( i 'Inter-State Realty Company, Schell BuildingLAKE

the American aDd the foreign am head cook" laughed Sibyl as she A. L. Green and family Mr and Mrs. I
a kept pace und now, with the exception BUTLER UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.
Institutions Is secured, und the bond started to get the boltle'ot coffee.Suddenly O. W. Thomas and children, J. A. 1 ,
of uniiill flow from the
1 a I'lilllpplneIslands shriek j'
rl themselves In n like predlcnluent between the universities of the United she gave a spillingthe Markee and family, J. Goodge and I

\a ?; there, IH no source from whlcb States. and those of the European!: nations coffee over her dress a* she turnedto family, Mrs. Viola Thomas and chil! '
1 to draw for harvest hands for Hawaii's Is strengthened. "Ilelpt I Burtt I Drive them away? dren.Willie You win make mistake
American Students Abroad. Big Rpriiirtinn l In Prices
r'I I jn'a1,1I1I'0..plp, wed. l sugar plnntntloriM.I'ortUKueim Quick quirk !" Tyler was in Graham section 9 lf order fertilizer
hU"tt proved the mod Thu union IK more necessary In you your

stable, of all, hut even they have shown peace thuu it was In war according to Burtt looked up In bewilderment,and Saturday. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof
Sibyl pointed to the cows, who were S. V. Andreu and wife, of Brooker,
i rapid ileclltie. In 1010 there "'HeB.IIUII the IruH".I.lto say that, the American I I here Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In-
venturing nearer passed through Sunday.
; rot-fugues. nt work In ilnwullunplantatloiiH student ueeilx guidance whi-u he sec.tiv.ides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
1 all coming I Help, me i
"Oh. they're
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns of BrookIT
lu 1UU:!' there were a.filil.: I reaches thu other side Letters hure I I
been scaredstiff O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
tk np this tree I I've always passed through here Sunday I .
r .1111'011' ('"'' on pluiitfitlon*, iiuubcred:2-). I '
+ sor-. I i I of cows cried Sibyl and witha Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns of Brooker JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
771 In 11"1.! 1 At the cud of hint jeiirthere I .
t were 17.1KK) t'lilni-Me have declined guidance la at the disposal of the student jump. Ilurtt swung her up to a big were here Monday. | Get Aug. 1 Price Lists.! Now furnishing. "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"
branch and she cliimbered to a eonviolent -
v from" 7am lu 1HIIH to 1.712 In I he Is exposed, to the duuger of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes, of Dukes I
not'h."Cnn .
y"' ''iI'1J',; 11120. There were 417: RtiHHlnns. In 111111 I being "rudderlesa lu a choppy i sou." I drht..m BnrttT

: und 10 In 1IIL1I: 1. There were, 1.K1O' Thu inunlvlimt council. of Paris has you away shecalled
I Please
Are they fierce hurry
s\ KpanlMli In 11)14) nod 210 In 1W!) >. IbeFilipino volunteered to give u nultublc site for .

I'l; .j ii! total grew from 2.2(10( ) In MHO/ 'a Matson des glu.lll1nlll which shall i from looked the at refuge.Burtt the/ flushed plead'Ing

Jf to 11,2111 In lirjo: ) the only nntloniil nerveaa u iwriiiuui'iit, home for the that
r ( claim of labor that has reKltiteiud: tip union. The offer/ hits, been accepted by girl n moment remembering
first time he had seen
It was time ever
IncreiiHe, Hut fifllrlnl, point out the the union's trusteerrandhuy. are now
but her ,
. seeking fund. with which to erect the her anything sure
supply from" the llilllpplneH' IN limited f
t' I snf. Ill chin squared eyeslighted .
sluts. labor Hhoitagn/; exist there liS building.The
trustees also. mean to secure an triumphantly.
well In Iluwall. .
y iiH .. he said df' ,
Labor Leakage. endowment fund of' at leant. $3UOU
he settled himself! at the foot of
The labor leuknge from the (,Ianln' to supplement the Income derived from
q a t the tree, "I mn drive them away and
+ tlon goes/: ) In three direction ; Koine the minimi memhiTHhlp fees paid by
Ir'ty of that Here
then I can take you out IreehutI'm
Y + return to their home l mn. others American 1I1IIv..r..ltlf'lod colleges for !I" Something Doing
not going to
maintenance of HIM general work of
.f re "paM on to the iiiiiliiland) and still t>th> dare I""Keep
Bnitt I How
"Why, you
e1t3.; e ts el' era RO/: Into oilier linen of activity\ lu the union. It_ hUH planned to obtain commanded Burtt and .
,' r the territory The motive actuating the major portion\ of this amount In still .
; .
a them all la the mime, to get away gifts of IlOIMMI< |'jn.:
1 from the herd lator: of the fields aa a to ask you to marry me for quitea
,, 4' oon nil possible.Ten .
time and have evaded me
long you
"" and Country Has 35,000 Vacant Pulpit.
I million dollars more according .
i I In every way you possibly could.' I
q to olllctiil .statistics has been Approximately 35.OOO churches In
love Sibyl nrtfl I think yon love
H. *l>ent by the Industrie of Hawaii In the United Slates' are without pastors
t me"-he paid no attention to a startled
.. Importing. labor during the last two and only .l,4rrO:, ) ministers will be graduated
gasp above him. hut went calmly on
decades' and today those' Industrie this year from theological seminaries
here until
-"I shall keep the cows
4' are under u heavier handicap of labor to fill these, pIeces, Rev Wll-
answer me. 1 brought you heretoday
Rp' shortage than ever before In their hlstory. lard D. Brown declnred at the annual you

"1 f ire''8' ,1, synodt t of the Reformed Church of m to-get or-It well.settled r like and cows you'll" and answer There isn't aSTORE: in this town that is built merely to CATCH

7 The ChlneHe exclusion:, act and the Am..rI1m..tlnlt In Ashurjr Park N. J. --
it he offered one of them a sandwich.There TRADE!
with Japan
r gentlemen' agreement
was a dead silence( for several
f" have' ahut off both those. countries but Germany Punlahed Soldier' for Cruelty
; moments and then a soft voice floated
'1 .S denplte thlH, frequent\ recommendationstiave Charged with f'rlmlna8cl.\ during dowo."I never knew before, that Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted to DESERVEtrade.
been ninile that congreas take the World war, dipt. Mueller a German
V Cupid looked like a cow-and-I'm '
t, Into coimlderutlon. Hawaii's peculiar Germany .
I officer was tried In Lelpslc" .
awful hungry i..
1 ; Initiated poxltlou and let down the and sentence) to .six monthll'Im..rlsonmf'nt. Burtt jumped up and drove the cows

"ti ,' 9 h.ra. Mueller practicedcruelties . I away,. then raced back to the tree and I

on allied prisoners at n prison held ap hla arms and Into them There isn't a BUSINESS man here who doesn't DEPEND upon

r N HELP AMERICAN Praac camp. la the Alxne department of young dropped lady a, very who promptly breathless, burled, blushing! her t the people in this town and surrounding territory for all-or most of his

'uitlu'4 -
IIELr1, - radiant faca In his broad aboulilora- INCOME.

STUDENTS ABROADUniversity Medical Use of Radium.

; CUPID AND A COW of The the popular radium now aui.i>produced osltlon that Is being most And it is the AIM and STEADFAST PURPOSE of these men to *

used for luminous watch-dials and SERVE you faithfully and thereby strengthen the commercial and moral

Union Plans International By CHRISTINE GOLDaMITH.Ie. ilmlliir devices la contradicted by )Ir. -
Hamilton Foley, of the Standard position of OUR TOWN.
k Clearing House. liemlcal' company of Pittsburgh who
r r Itll. er McClur. 1'1.w.p.p..r .7."..... 1 writes :

Burst paused at the screen door and "I.a t year this company t produced This town of ours is a NATURAL shopping and business center for

PAUL VAN DYKE IS DIRECTOR stood admiring the pretty picture In over 18 grams of radium, and of this all this region. -

the kitchen. Sibyl l was rolling out piecrust amount only 1.2 gram went Into prosperous -

by the window, the sun lighting mutinous material. All of the> rent

her smooth yellow hair and flushingher went Into the 1and. of the medical
selections in ill kinds
possible of
'' Facilitate Arrangement of All the cheeks to a rose pink that matched lirofeaslon. This company has''mademore mmThe MERCHANDISE and all kindsof

Preliminaries' Ncesary Bsfore anAmerican her dainty bl>u.'I,.,.... She sang softly than half of the total supply of TRADING SERVICE are as great here as place in the land-
Student Can Matriculate' while her plump, white hands radium available In the world at the

. In Any Foreign U"lve..lty-Ma"y worked busily In the flour and gave ;f rsent time, and its Brat tliou'ght la and the prices more often. are LOWER-because they have never beenINFLATED.

Anxious to Study Abro.d-E"dow. caressing little pats to the flaky dough. for the medical profession.."-ScientificAmerltmn. -'

f Inset Fu"d'of S300.000 Is Being' "I wouldn't mind being pie crust .

,' + ought by Union myself under certain ctrounstaaces
smiled Burtt a* he came In. Roveata Defects In' Steel. This TOWN and its
Bubbles, cracks and other detects wish to know all of bet
i i, With the support. of more than fifty "Well, I'll certainly use the rolling you

American( universities and colleges and pin on you It you\ startle me like In steel magnetism are made In to a reveal novel themselvesby The ter. You ought to know THEM better

of governmental and educational authorities' that again" retorted Sibyl, her blue I way.
; block of steel Is I Immersed la petroleum -
la Great Britain and on the laughing at him.

L#S continent/ the American Unlveralty eyes"Will you come down the river to-I fine Iron charged tilings.with The a quantity residual of magnetism very This is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.

Onion In Europe, established during day, Sibyl and have a lest picnic
of the steel l 1* sufficient\ to attract
S S the war la making plans to continue the Island? You know I have to go

M1 Its existence permanently MS an International back to the city\ In a few days more.I ." mark out the lines suspended of fore!filings that are which broken Then it is mutual SERVICE. '

t 11 clearing house of scholarship would like to Uurtt, If Aunt Jane and show dark patches over the

and amity. can spare me. Most of the cooking defective pieces.\
JS, \\.l>rot.. Paul Van Dyke of 1'rlnceton Is done, and the boarders off for the "

university. It was announced by Prof. day, no I think tube can get along.
What K.. Bay al H..... .
" I ' John W. OunllfTe, director of the Columbia Uurtt's lips set firmly while he ,
university\ school of jouroalUm More boysj would ran away from
waited and a steady glow came
'7 I f i has been appointed director of the his bright brown eyes. '. borne to escape the tyranny If they
l had free. hoard nmrna and clothes tom
dlvUlon of the union to
}, ? continental "T9J" Shall not fSL-ai'e roe._thls! time ,
succeed ITof. 1:. 11. Hubcoclf. who will to-K.X-I Uitli Stur-T"le,rraiu. .



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j ; time. Tom.Moore, of Lulu, was in this

It took three year to find the peakIn section Sunday.

I.: 'i I Bradford County Farmers JI high price. and we will have to b. Mr. and Hrs. W. O. Brook, of Provo

patient. I put in an order for syrup idence, visited relative! in this community

I Ij cans. Don't want to have to wait like Sunday.

KILL S..minole-Celery seedbeds are being analysis will show the fertilizer needs we did last year. Got your order in? Olson Thomas wa a business visitor
; j IKJVT:; FEED 11113 ,
i THEM started for the 1922 crop. Last of the soil. No one has yet devised a No; got order in for barrel this to Worthington, Saturday

week we co-operatively ordered six method by which can be determinedthe year. Got too much cane this yearto

The Florida corn-crop In fast maturing ':I carloads of sewer pipe, and this. week available amount of plant food in monkey with cans. Oh, I may take LONG: BRIDGE
the coil. Until such a method is devised I _
four or five hundred cans later on.
should be har have ordered two more.
j 'i. t? and In a few a soil analysis i II of little value I Long Bridge, July 29.-Jim Thomas

vested.! As a general thing in,the Florida field ,, Madmon-Dr.-Sanborn, extension because it merely show the total ZIFF son of Mrs. Mary Thomas, of New
farmer allow corn stay amount of plant food present. Pearl McKinney, the
specialist visited the county River, and Miss
too long. It ishould be gathered mi poultry and assisted in holding sev. If those desiring information in regard daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mc-
loon as it is thoroughly dry, all it ii this week Ziff, July 29.-The annual meetina- GENUINE
in poultry to fertilization would give other quietly married at the
Much interest Kinney, were
attacked by numerous enemies-birds, en meetings. held at Rock Friday, Saturday and
One data, a more intelligent answer bride' on July
stimulated. necessary home of the parents
1 weevils Furthermore the has been thereby Sunday well attended all three
: mold, etc. wa
i"i could be given than from left on the six
stands the more difficult to community council has begun co-op. 23rd, at 5 p. m. They BULL
longer it ,
r y M making the chemical analysis. In Valdosta where they
marketing of poultry at a saving dqys.Rev. o'clock train for ,
;w gather, as the fields grow upin weeds erative of 12 cents a pound live weight writing for advice answer the follow and Mr*. W. M. Moody and will spend a few.days. We wish thema
velvet beans.
or children here
through Monday
1 1 dozen on egg. ing questions: passed long and happy life.
and 14 cents a
..Y. The most serious enemy of corn i III morning enroute to their home at La-
and daughter, DURHAM
to Professor ,T. 1. What type of soil have you? Mr*. Percy Kelly
the weevil according Crouse.
EARLY SWEET POTATOES PKOFITAIILE 2'hat crops have you raised for Margie, of Luam, are spending\
} to R. Watson, entomologist of the Florida I Rev. W. R. Rhoden, of Macclenny,
Mr. and Mrs.J. makes 50
CROPLate the'last two or three year? while wit hher parents, tobacco
Experiment Station. These fly to attended church at Rock Saturday and
I f when 3. What was the yield? E. Adkins. for
the corn from other vegetation, Sunday.Rev. flood cigarettes
last Mr. R. L. We to report Bill River
in the year 4'hat the of the are sorry
they have been feeding, and lay their was Appearance J. R. Dukes of Dukes, attended ,
t the kernels. The hatch Dowling, vice president and general crops as to health, size, color, etc.? on the sick list. IOc
in church here last week-end.
eggs manager of the Florida Farms & Industries 5. What kind and how much fer Mr. and Mrs. \\'. M. Hodge, of
into small grubs which live Inside thekernel. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas and and @
of weevil Company, assumed charge of tilizer has been applied to the soil? Starke., spent Sunday with Mr.
life a
The history
little of Vero attended the
son,' annual
f and family.
and Rivers
the more than one hundred twenty 6. Were there any abnormal conditions Mrs. H. O.
may be lived in 1C days.Midsummer meeting at Rock church: Saturday Dundee Adklnn
to Rivers and
of land belonging George
thousand acres such drought wet weather or
is the time the farmer all and
t the company west of Green Cove. Ordinarily cold which may have influenced the Sunday. attended the meeting at Rock Saturday beach Thursday night.Dr. .
his crib for the year'iicorn
1G 4 should prepare John Shaw, of LaCrosse, was visiting
other man would have and Sunday. A. J. Johnson of Jacksonville
'. any growth of the crop? ,
If he has not a crib tight
r rrop. friends here Saturday and Sun-
until of this section, is the
waited to begin farm operations Onie Rivers wa attending to business here Sat

enough to be economically fumigated, another year, but immediately Mr. day.Miss guest of her cousin, Aphie Hodges, of urday. .'
he should build one or chink up the Gracey Padgett of Plant City
Dowling began plowing lands and Starke!, for a while. Miss Susie Johnson was a week-end
cracks in his old one. The walla should 1 la home visit with her
on a parents,
building housed. and making roads, Maude' Crews and Rosa Johns spent visitor to Lake Butler.
lu. l. two Invers of boards with
lnlllol.,1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett.
: 'contrary to the advice of many that several days at Graham, guests of Dr. Chalker, of the state prison
\11 ; f-t; The Miss School ma'am. I have
a layer building i paper between. 1 Morning, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dennison and
the land could not be gotten in proper I Lois Moody. farm, was in town Saturday after
\1 doors and windows should be no fixed condition for a crop in so short a per- I brought you a little boy we've just children, of Midway, spent the week- Ruby Johns returned home Saturday -
when closed will be taken. He's never been to school and
that the crib end here with the latter's parents, noon.Mrs.
In after spending two week in Lake and
iod of time. The first crop put was ] Will Stalling childrenwere
air tight. the I I I will have to start from the bottom.Don't .
practically Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
tremendous Butler guest of her sister, Mrs. C.
Irish potatoes, a acreage; \ in town Saturday.
e A crib should not I lie too large, us know his letter yet. Miss Edna Dukes, of Dukes spent
and the yield secured far surpassed t Brown. Master James Moore spent the weekend
1 the cost of fumigation rapidly increases that of other section of the state. All right, little boy. Come right in. the week-end here with her cousin, rifle Edmondson was in this section in Lake Butler visiting friends

i I as the size of the'crib increases, any I'll take care of him. Ethel Dyal. I
A It has been reported that the (OInpa.nY'1I Sunday afternoon. I Quite a crowd attended the picture
Two small cribs will be better than Won't you come in Mr*. -? Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish and children Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rivers were
profit on its Irish potato crop show at the state prison farm Saturday
one large one, when it comes to treating $50,000. Brown's my name. I'm Jonephua of Dukes, attended church hero attending to business in Lake Butler I night.Mr. : .

,j against weevils. The farmer can was Brown's. wife. Saturday and
After discussing the matter with Tuesday. I I Nabb, of Manning/ was In town
+t j feed from one at a time and thus cut And this boy is your son? Messrs. Ellrry Thomas, George Rivera Pierce Crews was 'a business visitor
one of the largest commission concerns Sunday, guest of A. D.'Andrews.
in two the lost of latur fumigations No, jiist picked him up. No guess Donald Adkinx and John Shaw; to Brooklyn Saturday night. I
in the United States and gettingall Romie Dekle, of Lake Butter was
The most practical, fumigant for available! information from other ant stop): today You all he kind to accompanied by Misses Lomie and Percy Kelly, of Lucerne, is visiting vistiing here Sunday.W. .

t,, weevils. Is carbon bisulphide, somellmes the bo '. Rhoda Thomas attended church
+i sources, Mr. Dowling derided that early > his. parent for a few da'a.Sunda H. Andrews left Sunday for
called "high life." Use 2 pound Oh What' your name, little' at Brooker Sunday night.
yes. school at Long Bridge every
be \
sweet potatoes would a profitable ) Jacksonville where he will be gone
of this. chemical for 100 cubic ? Miss Pearl Green of Pine attended
every boy Hill
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody
In' Sunday -
proposition and he decided, to put several days on a combined business
r ',{ feet of crib space. A crib BxlOxfi! feet 8h,- church here Saturday and Sun- invited to come and take
a crop of a thousand acres, five hundred part. and pleasure trip.
i will hold about 140 bushels shucked S"what?
acres for early digging: and as day.Miss Yertie Arnie was a visitor to the Shepard Moore and Clarence Ritch
,, ,. corn. If the crib is not tight; increase did Just S!."..r. Hain't got any othernofi Atha Lewis spending a white county seat Friday.
much more for a later crop. He were visitors to Lake Butler Suday)
the dose Pour the liquid Into an open ct Nver had at the of her sister
this and the results have been far beyond ; any. Midway guest Mamie Turner, of Jacksonville, afternoon.
t pan, place the pun on top of the cornpile How will\ it do to call you Sliver Mrs. Ethel Dennison. spent last week with her
his fondest exp"ctations.'ath. S. T. Dowling and daughter, Miss
'i''' get out and close) the doors, windows the Brown ? Dave Greene and Tom Markey, of T. Turner. parentsv'j
er conditions were entirely against Clarice, were visitors to Jacksonville
,; and ventilators. tight. Just us good as anything.Well Pine Hill attended churc hherc Sun Mrs. Carrie Dowling
The weather was exceptionallydry Wednesday.
Shuck corn before templing' to thus. preventing the perfect stand all right, you may sit with day.Miss left Wednesday to spend a while W. I, Roberts, of Jacksonville, spent

.. treat it against weevils. It costs four that favorable weather would have Insured this little boy. Lydia Groover, who Is teachingat in Gainesville, guests of her brother,I the weekend here.

,' times more to fumigate unKhuck..dthan Say, teacher, I don't like to sit with Palestine school, spent the w..ekpnd Roan
did not Turner.
And the
potatoes grow Mrs. May hood, of the state prison
shucked corn. And always clean thin. boy. He ain't my style.Where here guest of her parents Mr. and
yll and develop as rapidly as they would J. E. Adkins was a business visitorto farm, was shopping,: in town Monday
i't out the crib well before storing the
do you want to sit? Mra. J. R. Groover.
1 have done with a favorable season, Starke last week. afternoon.

corn. but all turned out wonderfully an.1there With that girl over there. Messrs. Oscar and Milledge Thomas Smith Denmark, of Raiford, was the Carl McClenny, of Macclenny, was

tr W is no "kick" from the big com Well, will\ you be good? and sister, Ocella, of Cooler Pond, guest; of his cousin, Mrs. Emma Rivers a business visitor here Monday.
> COUNTY AGENTS REI'ORTSR1' Bet your life.Teacher were week-end guests of their uncle,
pany. Potato digging has boon in Friday night. Mrs. Reid, of Tampa, is visiting
I don't want to sit with
f Lacy Preatt.Orie .
(progress for three weeks! and the here this week.
folk-Muc'hinteroat. is being takenin this boy. He's got something alive in Thomas of Cooter Pond, was KAIFORD
the from
!,J yield is netting company Mrs. S. B. Denmark left Monday for
grape\ growing. Vines planted last his packet. here Saturday visiting at the home of
to ((100 depending on
$400 $ per acre, Jacksonville where she will undergoan
year are yielding heavily now. Farmers the stand secured This Is the second Come here, Sliver. Now what have J. B. Thomas.. Raiford, July 22.-Misses Kate Ep operation. She !
was accompaniedby
are preparing bed for the fall crop from the farm in six months, and you In your pocket? You must not Arthur Rigdon of) Starke, spent Sat- person, Henrietta Padgett, of Lake her daughter, Mill! Mamie.

k3 crops. there t Is a field of two hundred and fifty bring things,: in the schoolhouRe, to play urday night at the home of J. II. Kel Butlers and Hiss Coachman, of Tarpon We are glad to report that Mrs. W.

with. Let's see what you've got.A ly. Springs, were visiting here
of that is. lookingas Tuesday
acres sugar cane r, Roberts, who has been quite ill for
A farmer who wished
Hay- new mud turtle I IYCH afternoon.
fine as anyone could ask. A largecrop !: several is
days slowly
a 4' { plant several acres to sweet potatoes, of watermelons has also been ain't he a dandy? You can MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Loughman, of Jack

s came to me after setting one acre and have i im. sonville, were business visitors here
produced, some of which have tippedthe
'y complained of the cost, $72; said he No, thank you. But what have you Miller, July 29.-Miss Anna Belle Tuesday and Wednesday, Newspaper' Stuff"May
scales at eighty pounds, oneweighed
r could not afford it. I asked and received a hundred. in the' other pocket? Put it on the Peeples is visiting her sister, Mrs. SI- I. W, Taylor was a visitor to Jack I print a kiss on your lips? he

permission. to demonstrate setting table. negal Holder, of Miami. sonville the first. of the week.D. asked;
; Speaking. of sweet potatoes, Mr.
,, an adjoining acre. Same materials Mice! Throw them out of doors. Murray Thomas was a business visitof C. Cason is adding a new coat of She nodded her sweet premission;
be the
howling said these can put on
tt' v} and operations cost 44.15, or att' market thirty days earlier than they Naw; see how cute they are and so to Starke Wednesday.N. paint to his dwelling. So they went to press, and I rather

}, Having of $27.85. I left him sticking were this by getting the plants : soft. Just let me drop them in your II. Stokes made a busincs strip to Miss Pt'arl"hitten has as guests, guess
out potatoes. hand. Gainesville Friday. They printed a large edition.
Misses Madeline and Morine
? thirty days earlier, which will be an ,
No; take all this stuff out of doors B. E. Brown was in Jacksonville on of Hazlehurst, Ga.
matter. This will mean a tremendous '
$. Manatee-The pepper crop this fall easy boost for Clay county, as the and be quick about it. business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Roman Futch and children Toot Sweet Henry

j .4k: will be heavier than usual. demand for the potatoes can be made Oh, you raid cat. They won't hurt Roland Thomas is on the tick list Luther and Irene, of Jacksonville It was only a robe in a ranging Ford,

you There' :Mr. Brown. Guess 111 this week.T. motored here during the week But it served to cover a kiss.
practically unlimited, and at fancy ,:
{fyy: I I'altco-Citrus fruits are being prices, ranging from $12 to $15 get a ride home. II. Waters made a business trip and were guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. And he knew in his heart no robe of

}tCc sprayed for whitefly. Cowpeas and I barrel. per School out, Sliver? to Lake Butler one day last week Moore for several days. state,

tt Ik J ill, velvet beans are being: planted extensively : Sweet potatoes enjoy a distinct advantage Yep. Guess I'll go home and see Millard Parrish, of the U. S. A., Mrs. Bud Browning, of Lawtey, was Could ever compare to this.

d P in this. county. Kilos are being over the Irish potatoes, in about thing I just got a hunch that who has been stationed at WashingtonD. visiting relatives here during last

filled with corn silage. ma needs me. C., has returned home, after a yearin week. All the Comforts of Home
i that threy cb.l be canned, and it is
said that a large canning factory will Here come Cy Perkins. :Morning, the service. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Coffin, of John- A haughty gentleman who, says the

( 3L. St. Lucle-Growers. around White be put in to handle the small! ones and Cy. J. L. Brown was a business visitorto stown, were'\'Isitors here Wednesday Argonaut, was evidently used to the

4 City are draining their groves better Morning, Brown. Been to town today Lake Butler Tuesday. afternoon. best, was obliged by the breakdown of
that do not find a ready sole on
j' than ever before, some making: open) the market. ? Cody G. Barksdale, of Dunnellon, Messrs. Barney Hendrick and Ilamp his automobile to stop at a dilapidated -

ditches, and some putting In the box The Florida Farms & Industries is Yen; just getting home. and Miss Virgie Thomas, of this section Andrews Wl're'Illitors to Starke on country hotel. He glanced round

t ., drained his 14-acre grove at a cost of and valuable their Oh, right good. Seems to be having last Wednesday Mr. Barksdale is one Messrs. A. D. and W. H. Andrews. signed the register and took the brass

I JflfiO.\ He has thus increased the value The railroad from Green proposition. Cove- : plenty of business. Did not see of the leading\ busincs amen of Dunel- spent Friday in Starke. key from the proprietor

}} of his grove by many times the cost Springs has been put in excellent: him. Snyder said he was out looking Ion, and Mrs. Barksdale is one of the Miss Mamie Denmark, who has been "Is there water' in my room?" he

of putting in the drains. shape and a regular ser- after other business. No lost motion most popular girls ofthis section. They spending several week at Mulberry, demanded.

passenger there. I left Thursday for Cedar Keys and with her "There ,
with new and handsome motorcars sister, Mra. Onie Hood returned was, replied the proprietor
J i 'I Gftdnden-Tobacco growers of this rice bring maintained and all indications How' prices? Coming down? will make their home at Durmcllon. here Friday afternoon.r "but I had the roof fixed."

; + YI section are organizing and many will point to a tremendous movement Yes some. In the hardware stock Their many friends wish them along r, Gunter, of West Palm Beach,

dispose of their tobacco on a cooperative some thing are cut 20 cent others and life.
4' of the fine farms the per ; prosperous stopped! over here two days last weekto The Value of Epithet

1t er basis. providing in the very near future.companyIs 10 per cent. A goodly number of the people of visit his parents, while on his way He: See that man over there? He'

a i Oh. thing are coming back to nor- this community attended church at to New York. a bombastic wind-jammer non-
ass, a
The with its wide I
company, connections
Walton-Prospects for large corn mal. Can't be done in takes Providence Sunday.
a day Miss
; Thelma
in practically all cities of the Brown was shopping enity, a conceited humbug, a parasite
and bean
; y crops are good Cowpeas Murray Thomas wa in Gainesville in town
Friday afternoon.Dr. and
an encumbrance to the earth.
country, will handle the mark..tinA'probll'l1I
a for hay being
art planted.
for the farmers, thus assuring -, UNSHAKEN TESTIMONYTime Friday. I Seeber King, of Lake Butler, She: Would you mind writing *fl

Mr. Howard, the egg man of Gainesville was a professional visitor here several that down for me?
them of a market and the
Liberty-Our corn crop is unusually largest possible returns. very U the tent of truth. And was in this section Monday. times, during last week. He: Why in the world-"
t good. Doun'B Kidney PIlls have stood the Miss Janie Bielling Is in Tallahassee
The development of this early sweetpotato Mr. and Mrs Gunter and children, She: He's my husband, and I should
tent! lu Sturke. No Starke resident
P this week taking the teacher exami-: of Wauchula, motored here last like to time. Tit-
industry is destined to make week use it on him some -
Citrus I Buffers backache
spent three days In Tampa : or annoying nation.
Clay county, in our opinion 'of Ills and spent several days with relative Bit*.
this week selling tomatoes for our one urinary can remain unconvinced Albert Miller made a business tripto
farmers. Our eggplant will total the richest counties in the state. The by this twice.told testimony Earl Whitten was a visitor to the
crop Worthington last week.T. i
about a hundred acres. lands are admirably suited to the pro. Hansford Auotin. night marshal. state prison farm Friday afternoon. ChemistryProf.
H. Rimes business visitorto
t duction of sweet potatoes, the crop is Starke, gave the following account was a .Arthur Alvarez, of Wateroak, was Blair was lecturing, "A scientist

of Ida experience with DeaD'" Kidney Lake Butler Monday. attending to business here Friday afternoon enough
4' Suwannee-In co-operation with the not expensive to raise and practicallyevery says there's phosphorous
Pills April n, 1914 has J. B. Crawford, of Jacksonville,
: "It .
Poland-China breeders association farmer in Florida fully under. in a man's body to make 40,000
been ) clues I Doses IIpent the week-end with his parents,
sometime used Mrs. W. W. Rice spent several "
stands the production of the matches.
farmer are preparing at least a car- 'rop.- Kidney Pills but I know this remedy Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Crawford.
last week in
Green Cove Times. Lawtey visiting Mrs. D. "Maybe' said the thing:,
load of fat barrows to be shown at young
helped me greatly when 1 waa J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was here on Futch.H. .
i.r.. county and state fairs next fall. having trouble with my back. In a business recently. "but there' not enough grit in tn
ANALYZING SOIL reasonable P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a men to make one strike."
length of time I waa
Johnnie Wood of Providence
was business
visitor here
S Duval-Improved varieties of the cured entirely Other In my family in this community last week. Friday after

_ bunch grapes are being successfully Do you ever wish to have your soil bave also been cured by I>o&n'.. 1 noon. What made you so short?

c grown by several local fanners. analyzed for the purpose of learning recommend this remedy highly Inman Harrison, of Worthington, Miss Lois Drake and little brother, Father was a charter member of the

what fertilizers It needs to make certain On April 27. 1918. Mr. Austin passed through here Sunday enrouteto Louie, returned to their home at Jennings Prevention of Disease Association.

Marlon-I have given instruction in crops? Dr. R. W. Ruprecht, in aid: "I itlll have the same opinion Providence Saturday after spending several Well ?

seed corn selection in five fields this charge of the chemical laboratores at of Uoan's Kidney Pill as I did Wesley Crawford and Miss Ida Bo- day with friends here. He used to swat flies on my head

h the Florida Experiment Station says In 1914. The cure they effected In hanan were marired at Sardli Sunday Miss Dora Johnson, who hal been

week. my cue proved afternoon at three o'clock. H. C. People
? I that farmers frequently send in sample permanent" teaching the Dowling school, ia at The Lower the Higher
Price 6<>c. at ald..aler\ Don't the
*! performed ceremony.
t + Lake-On Tuesday we organized afarmers' of soil, believing that nothing simply. ask for a kidney remedy-getDo.n'B home again. Doctor-Well, I hope your patient'*

'V ', association at more than chemical analysis la necessary !- S. T. Dowling waa a visitor to Lake temperature ia lower this rnornin
co-operative Pill '
,: *-the same that Ur+w. Taseel..a cUO TYrte ,
attended to determine what their Boils Mr Austin h : Butler Saturday.A than it was yesterday.Nurse .
Montverde. The meeting was 1&<1 Kooter-Mllburn Co., and_
vitality\ sod eDerlP lit> parity **
I' by 25 real dirt farmer who mean need.It Mfr*., Buffalo. N. Y. j mean rfchlnf tin blood. You eta lara tot lu 8tr aMElVet. party of ten or twelve boys and -That'* hard to ay, air; k'

business. Is only in rare cases that a soil ..Loa. levteaatoa: : Prlre girl attended the dance at Hampton died last night.t..i .



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FRIDAY. JULY 29. 1921.

:Co doubt the trade goupers are intensely Only the fool knows it all. 1 Eating to live by no means insures Unless said oertlfleato' shall be redeemedeverdln Tp. 7 B., R II E.. 240 acres asses... fnknown .-the- member. of this Association--hall :,,

amused at Secretary Hoover. that you will, live to the Itth* to day law.of Ux dN 1951.Witness will. tone thrnon Certificate,. No IBS .t said place not 1 le than. .00 In each .10"th h..1

jle bas threatened them with prosecution The man who has my .A..t .. and seal this I ..' Northeaut .mbra. Southwest Quar11' ArUrle \ci ,4I
more money therhe I Quarter, f. a. 7 R.. R Th. term for which thl corporation .
llth day of D. T
July A. 1921. .hl
) knows how to upend has no trou Whether it be fiction or fact it is 'b G. W. ALDFRMAN. Certificate. 40. acres No., IM ae.ea.ed emhrarm" .Northwe.1. Qii.rUrof exlt. I. fifty of lla iSO letter) years* .from th dite of ) :

ble in finding a willing teacher rather interesting to read one day Seal Clerk Circuit Court B..dtor County. "a Northwest Quarter A East Half of South I.u..n. p.t
( ) .
into 7.1-11. wet Quarter. 8... 16. Tp. 7 8. 21 E.. 120 That any parson who %
entering discussion a
Before a oft that the interest on the ten billion acre, ..". R may heroine a member of I -f' r rower. P.
rmament Mr. Harding: should be Public office is a puonc trust but our of dollar owed to u* by the allies i I. NOTICE UNDFR OP APP SECTION ICATION.7B FOR OP TAX THE hEED "C..III... ..Ni. QI.rt.) .embrace A Nonhra.1 Rcuthra.t Quarter Qua *being. elected to memberahlp by the. nemkr 4GETJ113EC.,

uKably'! armed for the fray. selections are not always trustworthy not to be collected for fifteen years, GENERAL STATUTES Rontheaet Quarter. Ree 17. Tp. 7 R, It. 21 Article VI --
Hereby notlee I. E HO acre., ._ II Jones Thar the votlnapuwer and the \
and the next day to learn that Washington Firm that L. M. Hill J firoperty ,
of tax aale eertlflcatea numbered reapeetively lertlArate No. 191 ..bra..t Half of Interret of each and every member. of '
There 1 is no law to prohibit the fight Men do very little bragging these plan to use it in the paymentof 6H. ..1. of 10fi. and (7. 69. 711. ',t. Southwest Quarter of Routhea.t Quart, Ree. AMoelatiun .h.1 b equal ,
I 24. Tp. 7 5.. K E., 20 ..... ...
prohibition. a bonus to ex-service men. 76. D2. M. 84. KB. 119. booed by th I _.r J. E Ar.l. VII
tc( prohibit days. It is more aristocratic to blow., tax collector for Bradford County Fine) T..n. The b.ln. and. affair* of this corporation
paid certificate CO, .. of 190*. being dated Certificate No. lOR embraces Southwest Qu... .h.1 I. liy a board of director
Mr. Rockefeller ha. million June 4. 19116 I said %... .. (7. 70. 7*. ter of Northwest Quarter R.*. 11. Tp 7 S., a lran..t Vic. Prealdentt said
This 1 is said to be the hottest summm Senator so many tit M ( R. Ill K- 40.".. assessed
Spencer of Missouri is satisfied > uDn.r: : helm dated 7th dar Mra. Ell>al>cth I'reeldrnt and Vie Prealdent shall also be
jn fifty year That ought to or billion that he I I. able to of July.! A. and 5,. flled) the aaidoertlfleatea (..rtnuiCertificate. C I'reeldint and Vie. Treeldent of aid Board
in owning and operating a Liz. In my ..11. and baa made application Ni. 20B embrace Alt Ree 14. ..f Director and each of them hall at. the.
prepare some people for a hotter place zie. It gets his name in the funny dominate about everything and everybody for deed ldt ban In accordance Tp. 7 S.. R1 Bii B40 ?,.?,_ fuu,.r Paul tWos of nillnt paid offle. be a member af
I .
he comes in contact with. But with law a: certificate. reepeotlvely I urea.Certificate thl. Auorl.tli.n and director In .amet and. \
jet to come. column. the following I." In N. 20(1 embrace East. Half of Aworlatlen shall) ... hare a Secretary
all of his wealth was a* nought to that Bradford eounty Florida a eeeed at date Northea.t Quarter A Northweet Quarter of. Treasurer, both of which. office my be ,
of r f said tn the N.h..t Quarter A Northeast .. f I fIlled by ...
ftkunk that calmly! took his residence t rll..t. .. Quarter one and the .m. peraon The num
up ... ... Quarter A West Half .
.respectively .. .at of RouthweM i of director, of this Anoelatlon shall lie
REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES, BRADFORD COUNTY on the John D. golf course ,and. forth Quarter A Southeast Quarter 18. Tp. t I I...n i but the Auoclatkm. without amend- 1''

the No. 6). ....1.. f 190, embrace S.. R 1 E.. 400 aCres. It.... I I of lie .. .... at any time, by a
put player to I ignominious flight. C.rll..t. .
FOR THE PERIOD C No. lOA .'" two-third' .
ENDING MARCH 31 1921. Quarter of Northeast Quarter pfNonhcaM .rtircal. ; Quar. ,I I of its director.. InereaM It*
Quarter. Bee 14. T. a B. it' ? F..t H'L' f Northwest Quarter. A South dh..ora.., ana may. at any after ..
The. followln report of the _11'110 and dlahtmemrat" of the fund of BRADFORD One hundred thousand 10 aerea. aeiemied Sarah Edwll R I Et 1.1.. _. J". T 8, R ** Kaal. MO acres. 'I In..lnR the >ame. by a tlm... .ta of It* ,
people are
COUNTY for t.... period ending M.rch HI, mil Urn oard of dlrrctora, 4Wreae
) with the balance* and amount of warrant Crrtlflrate 67 embrace Lots S. 8. 4. It* d'.t' 1
cuwtanding" and itatement of th* auct* and llabllttic) *. and the value of eounty property, to join in singing at Chicago' pag- or 18 A Northeast No Quarter of NortheaatQuarter ,' CertlArate. Ni lOl embrace* All. R... SK. j paid director shall ..fIt but at. *. ,
rlhcr than chool of th* .aid Bradford County, a* reported on the 81 pit day of March IH21.) ) by .... 1. T. 5 8. K. aerea.aaneceed Ti>. 7 8., R. .. 640 acre*. awerd Paul the mtmhrr of aald director, be Increaaed .. ,
th< Board of County Comminlonrra) and the Clerk of the Circuit Court .h hereby published un.di ,eant of progress. Fortunately we arc I 2 I Itt,.. greater. number than nine nor d.
r th. provUlon. of Chapter Wit of th* Law* of Florida. Act of 1.1B some mile removed. t'nk"ow.CrtI..t.). eft embrace Lot In W_. tertlfleate No 210 embrace All Fee. I. 1_ number than three t

ERNEST AMOS. Comptroller. lwn. Unknown.10. T. IS., R. I. 8.. 10 acrea. TP 24... .1 S., I a E., 640 acre, assessed 1"1 ...That and. the director nan,.of*.nd this reeldence AssocIation of the. offi.

Certificate No. 111 embrace All ew to conduct the hiulneu for the Stat .h.".
GENERAL FUND When at a loss as to what to say Certificate' No. 70 embraces Routrte t Quarter Half of Southwest Quarter. Ree. I 2A.! : Tp. I|I until their auereeenra shall have .." 4'

p.pot4ry) balance October. 1. 1920 ._-_..__...._...?......?.___ 8 4..88B.48lu"'tondlnf I about your neighbor say something Sec.of It.Southeast T.' B R..Quarter K. 22 E.of, Southweat 10 acre*. aueueii Quarter H.Certificate 22 F... MO No.acre 22B. aae.ed Paul Brea. r8 and shall Bower.have office. srI .I.t

( w*rrnu Qcvobrr. 1, JM0! .-.................,....,...... 64.BO good. You may come nearer the truth C. J. ArnoldCertificate ter of Northcaet Quarter embrace A East Northeaet Half of Southeast . I R, f.. Preaentt.1'Ic'nl VI. .It.rh.. fllarke.Florid Fla.

I'M.I.n... OcUilier 1. l 2rt ------.._.-._..-..-.-....?.........._..'" 4oS3.Ce than you imagine. I lawn. 'Ree.) IS.No T ,ft..mhr.. R. I K Lot, 10 l U.>acre Wood-*. u- Tp B Quarter R.. R. 12 c.f 1C.Northeast 60 acre Quarter.*. aueaned Ree J. 22.H. I i, C..Welmann re1ary-Trea.urr. SI.k. ;. f' '

kECLIPTS: FOB THE SIX MONTHS .. Herman 8haw. Thomiwon A H W. Moore. Dlrectora t R. I>. Bewer, L C. Pre.aott Oeo.
From Tx collector) taxe ......__?...._.?__--_ 4.7Ol U C.rile.t) No. 7 embrace* Tot. R In Wood- Unleaa said II be redeemed ,. Welmann O. C. ('.d". J. I. A. .
Comptroller redemption) _._.._..'u. _uu___... ...... 1261 When you think a task i I. too greatto lawn. IB. IS.. R. 82 ., 10 acre*. eordin. to law, lax :rl\II\ |.etie thereon a I Pronke. A. Stem all of Rtarke, ""d..hl. #
Comptroller R. R. tax ..__._._........_..?.. ......___ 6fl7.49 be performed just consider it too assessed Unknown the IBlh day of :. D. 1TOI on In witness whereof. each. of the said Incorporatora 41
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Comptroller, Itceiu* -___...__..._._?_ ...? _.._?__ 141 i'6 Certiorate 82 Ix t nR Sec. .* my ., and tOt and menihrr of this A.oelatlon.
el I
Bank intereat --_.___-____________.:.....:..._.... 5,47 4.BO insignificant to worry about and go 18 14. SK. l.No) 8 S..mbra.. H. 21 F... Town of th\Itn day of.ItI.I.July A..I"n.t.n 1921O. .. baa hereunto affixed hl hand and eal Ion this t f :

W. IHth day vf June .
ahead. 'I Lawtey. R a eeed Rosa JoneaCertiorate ALDFRMAN.
Making balance ______.MONTHIrSolory ...._._____,______..___ 1010BP6 I". f embraces Lot B9. See 2). Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford Fla.. R D. IIOWPR) (Real?!
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE BIX 24, 28. St. T. B .. R 22 E., aaieaaed Chu. 'Seal n) 718M8I2MABTrR'8 L. C. )'II"CT tRealiC.FO t tr
of clerk of the circuit) court a* county auditor) and Tarker.Certificate. .
clerk to county eommia.loner* .......... r......... 7RO.00 No Worm. In a ncaltby Child I No. 04 Lot 6 In OtIs C. WIIMANN (IIII ,
Per diem and mileage of commlailonera ...... ......... .br. BALE: c. II f'"Geta{
Ail children troubled with Worm have an ..... R'D: In Fa.t lawtey. *. 24. 2B. 211. T. Notice I I. hereby riven that under and liy I .)
Pay vheriff for attend.nre on county commla.lotier. .... ) 8.00 .. A. BRONKE. RM|) 1tr
B. R R22 K. aeaeeeed Parker.Certificate <
Balarie) .f other OHem and EaipleyaitAttorney ; healthy outer, which Indicate. poor blood. and ass .Irtu. of a final deerea of fnrrl.ur, made had

for county commlwloncr* ..... _______...____ 22 98Superviaor rule there' !I. more or I ea tomacb disturbance.GKOVE ) . of Routhweet No. RB Quarter.. all of Suth..tQur. of and the rendered by Honorable A. V. linnr.. Judre Btate nf Florida.A. 81('.FIN of Bradford. ((1.1)) 'tackedeeof 4.
Flphth .
of refrlitratlon -.-.._____?.____. 120.00 TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC ' regularly .. eaat of road 8e. 8uth..t. and for ,.. Jul.I.1 C".lt. of "ord ,, Before. m*. lite, authority per-
Kln.l. f. the
Kepalra to Conty Building (or two. or three. week will enrich the Mind . V".ld. onally [ U C.
R B acre*. C. F. Stewart. lath
Jail _____________.____-_-_____u____ _..__.._.._____._ 2496Expeua Improve hedltfesllon.and act a*a general I Strength. Unless' said shall redeemed aceordinit FIrst day National of April Bank A.of P. 12. .h..ln the. Oeo. .1..r, I.. C'Cady. J. L. 1'1. .
ef County Building enlng Tonic to the whole Pystrm. Nature will then tn I...rlc.t., b..".. thereon was complainant .Lk Janitor, and other attendant ......... ....... _...... 20H OB throw offor d."llh. worins.sndthi'ChlidwIIIh. on the 16th lay of dN.A. D. W. Keen and ). 1. .. NII. J.. each by hl.I'. sari. t he *
Light fuel and water. ._________-_________ ___::_____. i49.00Inauranc In perfect hMlth. Ploaaant to .....*6Oc per bottla,, Witness my ,," Au"u.t..u.. .1&.1 this ant*. I. E. M. John.Nettlea. . n.m. .. the above propnaed ..ul..lh the
..........--..___............ ..__....... 22.76 the llth day of July, A. n. 1921.Q. offer for ..1.. In front I of apeelal the. eourthou.mauler will In STARKE GROWERR ASSOCIATION for th. 9 your1ir V'Jit
Can of Connt? Peerl W. ALDFRUAN Rtarfce< Florida. during the In.I hour of e.le and purpmca t 1hi>reln
Allowance. made to pauper" outolde) of poor houa and paidby NOTICE (IV APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford cu"t. Fl... on Monday, the l.t day of A. D fII..lh, and sworn t"r..r thl 18th : our
warrant .......______u______ _________....... I.102.00 UM'FK SECTION 7T7 ((1711 01" THE (Seal)) By C A. 11421. to the hllrheet and hot A..t. rash, d. 1921. ,..
Coroner Innts REVISEO GENERAL STATUTES 7-IB-5v-8-12. Deputy Clerk the deacrllied 1.ld. EVERETT M. JOITNR. old
Fee* of officer juror and wltriewie* __..___...... ...... 1B200 Herby notice 1. given that E. W. Ilaye*, u.,."f..lkwln" In Bradford.nn.1 County.,.Florida." .It REAL) I Notary Public. 1ir"
luaalty InoalriMI '."'h..r vf tax sale certificate* numbered ... I to-wit i hl. My e.mml* lon ell,)Ire* July 10 l l8.! a

Fee' *, of officer and eommltt***___........___.... .______. 28.25 .(...."...1" 4ft 102 104. 188 18B) .nd 140. .ale NOTICE UNI'Y-R OF APPI'ATON. FOR OF TAX TUB DEE On. bay home about 10 yea.. oh). named t-B-Bt-8-B.
FUtlonery. and Printing of 191K. uuiued by the tax collector for Ilrari- "Gordon" one hay horse about 10 "...... .old lime'bert
General) atatlonrry. bl.ou. etc ____.______._.._u ._____ 2401 ford "..unt". Morldal) ) said cenlflcate* 49, 102 GENERAL STATUTESHereby Moorepurrh.s.r named ."rr1nei. one waeon and NOTICE OP CUAHDIAV FAIR
Record book ______ ___________________._______. ____.___ 14411Advertlalnir ll>4. 133. 1.SB) and 140 lielnir dated the 7th day fU"nl) I pale glvn: W.numbered h.. 4 head nf atock.n.o..I. their natural day after dte hereof will apply
required by law. and paid. for ty county_____ 46860CaMUMdeJia of July A. I). 191 IP. and has Iliad the said certificate. respectively,188. 212 218 ot..r. by the Incr.. marked unl.. slope In on. I to the { H A. Green, County'l. In and
paid t. Officer.. In my ..fII.. and has mad pplletion collector for Bradford County. Florlila..aid ear and In the ..r. bra"r I for " of Bradford. Rlale of Florida for
Toa .......... ---".-------.---.-- -------.----.... 1.U9'60 for tax dt>ed to issue In accordance with I.... .tax) above numbered being daterl "J." 12 herd Tarn collector> 7.II.___._._____..._______._.-.------- Kill The ealil) I eirtlflcatea) resi.eptlvcIy embrace the the seventh day of July A. II; I'. hu flled lnrrea.e. marked under .1... In one ... and I following d.c.I" lanile, the property 14fr
Sheriff< general court work ___n______.______.___._____ > following. land in Bradford County Florida.aMeencd the saId. certificate. In my . .nd ha. madeapplication underblt In the other .. l..i sell lh of Ellen I"h EI. jn a
Clerk circuit court recording and .general court work .-. 62.64 at the dat of the uwiianoe' of ...aidcertificate for tax to.11... In aorordanc same to and l..... ... f Fuleh and Fhle Futrh, minor
8fi6'6 In the n.m.. rea|>eetively hereinafter and Th West tofrch
ta. aena of the Northwest Quarter
election --- .. tw
Expen.ea of ---- ----- with law. the
---------------- ---- *
Indexing clerk circuit, court __----._____--__. --------- iia particularly. pet forth ...-..It.I embrace the '.. .... c.rtll. E. M JOHN*. of the Northweit Quarter of North..o
Contlnuencie __ n ____00_.____._________...._____-___._ 17.BR8.MNt Certificate No. 49 embrace the. following County, Florida. lrdr..r 7- -4".f. flnerlal Mutter, I Q..rt.. of Section 27. Township Rn.
Com at a point DO ft K of 8E Cor of Main d.t
Fjmt containing two acre*. for the
In th re- ,
of uch a
_.__.___.___._ 2.51.0H a Dekle 8I).. and run S 18) ft. F IIC ft. NlRR .u."c. .rtll..t. n.m. dl.tribullon. pu. i
March 81. 1921 _______________. ___ set forth,
Imlancc 94 00 I ft .Hi Main .t. Th..n. W on Main at 114! h.rln.ft" p..rtl.ul.r' 0 INCORPORATION or THE6TARKR Paled this SlItS of June A. M \L .
Warrante. outatendinii, March 81. 1921 .______________.___________ . day UI.
ft to .h." In McKlnney, ... .rv. to lake Butler t.wlt ASSOCIATION R. II .
____ 2.83598 .n F aide of South Half .>f Lot 10), See .. No 188 embrace* N.r".t Hereby .. .. 1h,. undoraitned 7-l-Bt-1-29-Pd Guardian ..f above k
__._ .
D."lto"O.I.nee) March 81. 1921 __________.__. Otiarter of Quarter .pt .
T will
80, II 8. K 20 F; assessed Unknown I..t..t apply to th* Governor of the Htatlv. of N.m"ID'
Certificate No. embrace. Northeast SE Tp. S S., R I E., IB Florida
FUND 102 Quarter Ce. s. at TftltahaM. Florida on the 1Mb
FINE AND FORFEITURE of Northea.t Quarter. See 2))). T. 8 8., . L. G.III., day of Auo.t 1HZ1. for t*-ttf. Patent In r'

Dvpcaltory balance October 1. 1920 ________.___________________. 8-4JJ::JJOuwtandin It.Certificate II )F.., 4ft spree No. amieiwed 104 embrace Unknown.NorthweetQurter Qu..r.C.II..t. N..rh.t No. )Quarter and. North Ncrrthwe Half under corpora the '.. .. lta.k Grower A..I.tun. NOTI'I.TO and CREDITORS all peraona ANt h.I"> IlnTOR f fI

......n'" Octolur" 1, 1DJO ______.___nn_.___.-_____ __ .., Northwe.t Quarter, Sec. 80. T. 6 N..rtl..t .. 5.... 2*. T 7, B. I 22 Know .U mm by these p..ed "h.rr t w#, .*.Ino" the estate, of C. B. late mlth. fV I
S., R. 19 K 40 ..........d unknown E, aMee.ed I'aul UreaCertificate the p.nto. T.t Count of Florida,
of !
acre th Fls.r.Ida
N.t balance October 1. 1920 ._ _____.________u_______________._ 2.I1U.60 Certificate No. 1R3I*.mh...... frcl Northwest No 218 embrace four acre. h..nd."I"thIs,"day itrowoni associated on me SI.t I v.. t 'irrthrfor eeaNed. will 1rI.I. rmr : ; V I ,
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS Quarter of hlk 8. S. of R 1 F.., J5.. lleg ata NW Cor, of East Half) of Southwest Quarter. the purpose of formlnv a t..t to the und."I.n..d admlnletratrix .. t:
From tax collector) taxc. -------...---------------.---- 428 95 point II chn. W of NK Cor of SouthiaMQuarter of Northwest Quarter, ex I A for church, .. I under the )laws of h..I.ullurl year or they will he forever h..4 t I
From ahenff.. fine ___--_-___- -__.____ ____ __._____ 2.t'b8.92: 2.48".77 of II... 21 a> run S 10 chn.. W to See. 27. T. 7. S. R el E., S acres, assessed Florida.ratl..n.55. a nnn-profU iirvnet..tloti the ..1..te the of And all. 'persona Indebted to the eald .t., - <- _
H K. thence N K R line to N line of ..aidMouthfHHt Jennie nirk.on. are required to pay ld dvbta. th -
on following of .
Making balance _u________ __.__u____-_______....___ 4,1102.43 Q"........ thence E tit |MIT. Also fi Certificate No. S14 embrace North 1.1) of .rl.l. ArtlrU Incorpomilon. I aald Administrate .. II.h. ,
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE BIX MONTHSl A In the E..t Half of Wept Half of Norlhi.a.t Northeast Quarter Sonthweet . of Tf. Hum. of this( eonmimtlnn .a th. Dated thIs nth day nf .lln., A. ) 1921.MAKV \ N
c-t 0' Crt.lnal' ......" QuHiti-r nf Boulhia.l Quarter.. "..... 21. T. B. N..rth..t Quarter A East Half of NorthwactQuarter Growrra LOUISA. DHRt.INC. I.
ShortlY, and d'eirie.. Cost bl.,, In criminal) .-...--. 1.114 ..iConnteblea. S. R. 22 F.: 21 ........ .........d Elmira King. Northwest Quarter of Northwest Association.Amid. "t..k'i I H-10-9I-B-I .. .
COM bill, In criminal a..a _n__.__n.____. Z4.IB Certificate No 18B) embrace 2 1-2 .c... Quarter. Bee. 27. T. T 5., R 2 E., 240 acres, I -- -- "
Clerk of the circuit CoUrt cot bill. In, criminal .....--- 9.4B com at NW Cur ..t Center: 0,)., and. Starke ._...d haul Mro TTir shall b* no capital stork of ..10 eortnratlan NOTICK OF ATPIIt-ATION EON TAX DRFDUNDFK r. '
County Judge com bill In criminal ..."". _____nn______ 117. I..wt..y public road and run W along wnld Itnlo. 9.1.. certificate shall W redeemed as- but the .am. I. onrantanl aa hor11nn rlrCTION B7B OP THE GenumeIn
Juntice of the 1'tace coat bill in criminal cue .._ .JJ 4HO ft tn land of N. IJ thence. N ".rdlno tn law tax deed will Isp... thereon on It ural tint for undvr (.ENrHAI.: STAllHrSNotice :
______ ::: ,, 1."m.n. ). day of Augu.t. A. P. 1921. the of '. of Florida,
Wltneaa fee .._--_____--___-- ------ ---- along sushi land 2(10)) th.n. ) )) ft to sai M t I.w .rn puf-
Bhcrltl. commlMion) on (finn,. eU.. collected __au 6869 road), thi.nee 8 along tt! road In Tern. Wltnimy official ... and seal this for which It la nriia n I ad are, to la hereby given th.t J. M. Conner"
log p" 1' i
:::::::: : .10 purchaacr. of tax No. B8, dated the7th
Freding I pTiyoflrYU 618UG Pie'. 8 II See 22 T It. 22 F;.. 8 llth day of July A. D. 1921.O a mian or mr.n.y. thruuirh itself .IIn..I. N
of itt -cVimrn.fc-eireoin'ty';;; ; : ; ; .tic"of" seamed Joe 1. '.n. W. ALDERMAN other rooprmtlv tavaimrlationa for tha pack .of July JIP. ha. filed said.1I
lay jurora 4 .00 Clerk Circuit Bradford Fla. tn marltrtlnir uf frutta and ari- certificate. In tny ofTlce . .* made appll- 1'
IT i\

(Di.infectant peace court- .- .-::::::::::::::::-f---::::::::::::::::::::: 145 228.96OfltflgeflCtCS :j,$ 2.Gttl.24 Cur" Certllli-ate. of Ix-lnit. ) Southwest l AN.Qunrtor S embrace.liy, of 8 A 8outbr-ant K 8' at A w.In Quarter. 8e NE*. Aral) Co..r. '-1'.611-11.C.unt. ml.10.)tu'il. an. firnilucla.".n.". lmu"h of, ita m itself*>mhrat or and.. ).r pro-fnr I'I I cation with lowing law.fur,crllied tax Bald deed certificate,property. to isa, altuated.,.embrace. In aecnrdanc In the Bradford fell.. \

27 T. .. pnrtKM uf In all kind of mi
A 8. acre. .ouo'.aed Un. d..ln" )
_____.___ 2.111.1)' 2 I NOTICE OP APPMCATION FOR TAX nEED ohandlH,. that county, I l'iorida.' uwlt .
__. .
Nrt halane. M.rch 81. 1921 ._ ..._____...______ knuuninten .uplll. .PI.I..n. mar b But'ter ,
-- : I,. N."n' Lake
Viarranta outetanding March -81. lOll ...__.____n______________; ______BO_) ? *to paid law certificate, tax deed* shall iiuiue he .redfemed thereon ae.cording on. UNDER GENERAL SECTION STATuTES 578) O? THE .rMiry..... In th* or production to and I.. m.hlp. Illk, I.. 80 I., Tp B. I. R 20 Ade 1. The. said landlielng j.

Deponitory> balano. March. 81. 1921 _________-_______________.-- 2.IUU.fiU the 211th dHV of Auguiit wi. n 71121.Witne. ITi>nhy notIce I. Slum that e. r. Anklna, line and m..klln. their. ".. and fur ), certificate assessed al In $1 tlie, date name of the Jaw lueuanc. Conner of
.. my ofllctal, .lirnatur and peal this purchaser of tax isle .. numberedmpectlvrly itch purimuMi may buy own. sell and rival In ,' so. hatl .h redeemml ...
.rtilot. .aid) certlflr.l
ROAD FUND 2flh day of July, A. I>. I 1921. 5. 1. 52, 14. I")", I on. all :: and pvraonal property and I I' ....Unless to law, lax lived will las*,,. thereon, on
G. W. ALDERMAN 1111. 114. 118. 1) 14*. 170, 178. 1711. 152, I.ltli.o't' power to borrow money and .liol if Auiiiut A. 11)21.

lh' H>*ltory bftlanee October. 1. 1920 _u___.__..__.-.-....-_______.___. 172.417 I Si'.11 Clerk Circuit ("our. 1 H4. inn) 10fi. INK.) 1"I son. gnu' tin tm. 2011, to secure th. raymvnt. Witness dy my< nffiel.l I. and ..1 thIs .. .
UuutandinB| warrant October t. 1920 _..____._______._____.__. 39.10 T-21-A. -2'. Hradford. .. ". F.. 510. 211 22H. l..ued the Tax... ("" ol. of ame. I I the Mh day. or July. A. .I"n.tur I' 14141. o r.h. .
Bradford. County Florida. ..10 .lie.Inir Artlcl IIITh O. W. AL.3)EIIMAN. I A.pirln.
"I... balance October 1. 1920 _h__ _________.____________..________. IM."' NOTICE dated July 7th 1019 filed .aid, certlnrati . prIncipal, pla*. of busIness of saId A.. I I'( ) Clerk (' C"art., 'lie, dlrootlottaj
KECEIPT8 FOR THB SIX MONTBSl Notice I I. hereby riven to all concerned that >* In my office and has made applicationfiir nelailon In to b* In fltark. In the county of 1".1 Itt C. A. KNlllIlT. r'liyiloleua,
From comptroller" redemption -.-._....-.---.......... _10.IoU( the Town ('..uo.1 of Stark,. ria, pitting. I a. Said tax certinpatea deed to Issue respectively In areordance embrai-M with law the II rail ford. Slat of F..rt".. 1 h. mrtlnic of ,7-8-fil-B. IVpuly" Clerk. ad" br mU.xilmtltllUa..

__. _. 163.106) O.rl of ,' on T".."..,. July 12. 1H21 Florida.aMeeeed ,
Making balance ___.____-__. fnllowlnv land. In" county .
DISBURSEMENTS Fo'll 'fil-'s'l'x'MO'NTH l"" days. made the f..l..wln. chanfrea at the date Ilu.n.. of alien (>In tai>to<4L
___ .. nun) .MlNet rolln on file Iw certifies' In the name reefieetively, herein TOWN TAX NOTICENotlee it fur
--- fS
- .
- of i xe Further notlee !p irlven auction
- after particularly act forth! -.. ICertificate hereby given that the following 1.1.1 will sold at t".bl.
... .. 163.\'fi' )) the ...un.1 ..I b In session on Tu..da. No. 8 embracea Southwest Quat' on the HRHT MONDAY IN AUGUST. 1921.11 being day nf. saul "...ntl. Star ., $Ilutlmatgapjtn
-- --- -
balance March 81, 1921 ---
--- ------- -------- ___.___.._ .10 Auo-uat I hear eomplainta. An, Northwest Qu.r- In the County of Bradford, Florida, or go much thereof to p.f sun
Warrante March HI 1021 _________.___.___ ter Northwest Quarter A : : : ; ,
outatandinir 00 there h. why the valuation .fixed by them .nr Houthweet Qu...... Ree 81. To 4 B, the amount due for taxes ,' ::opposite the *me, toirnthi-r 'ltrUh) enet said lal *l** fabl

Depoaltory balance March 81. 1U21) ___--__-____--______________.____- 1B8.""* .hAI ctand DWIT C. JONFS. R Certificate.19 F.. 70 No.. ..2B.. obra. d.'
C. A.
HITCH. Council. mark
WIDOWS PENSION FUND Clerk.A. Quarter Ree Hn' '". B 8., R. 18E ..- of

Alvarei, IAOO 410R .. $>0 acres, appeased F P. Disks. >_ lon He. T. A Oen.r .(;. 0.,110.11.r'n.
Depository balance October 1. 1920 ______________nu.n_ 144.98 1. Alvarea--P..n..I-.m.. -Froin unn t 'S8n. CertIfIes No. III, embrcee South) 1.1 eifNorthweit Ij.U 1 4 of In L. T. R
Ouutanding warrant. Oclolier I. 1WO _____n________._____________ "'.no) T. J Aldrrmsn-Ons" lot of land !4A yda N Quarter. Bee 20. Tp. fi R. I K.. A Co' auk dlv -.4........ ..21 < II n_ J 0 A..... ..__.____.... SOS
.. J. G Rlteh ;

Net balnnce, October 1. 1WO _____n__________..-_____________ 184.HI A. R .br ajit 120 Quarter yd. K of *Southeast W In SK Quarter-Cop ol8outh 60)Certificate acree .e. tC embrace. F"lat.. Norln LotofDlh42lnLTACo'a. ------- -----...2B 6 u_ Jullua Butkr __n_.___...... 11 .
BECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHSl! I A. 222-rrom' 1150 to 1400 west Quarter of Northeast Quarter- 18 1-8 A. Blk 9 of -T.j;;'* add::: .......118 6 r ._ Mn Eunlef E Canova _..._._. B242 CK'I'llt
... ._.. 8C599 Also Com at NE Cop of Northeast Quarter efNnrthwent On lot In RW Cor t
From Comptroller tax collector., ..d<.mpllon.t* -----_.:__--_-_-._-_-_-?._.-.-__.----..-.-..-.---.- 1.26: L" I .A I Ilk C Jones Add-Fr..m 1300 QI' A run W 8 14$ of BW44 of 3' "?-_- -_.---__21 _.. E W Iriie. ..?________.. Ii S ''
R. 2-8 yda., K ).2". N 148 1- b pt ml Five In lE C. of BE)14 of heard I

Making balance _________ h__-______.____. ...._..._ fiU.n l'o.rou"h.P..n.I-"rm. 8 4 N 1400 Half to of' lot. brr4 A. . Tp. B 8., R..21 .., 1 :SEt-------------------9- =: $51 .__ Mr. A E lirlggera ......__. I. yS
I. acres. aneeened G. C. Rapp.CertlArate S 22 ._. H M Jll.n..n ..._._______..._ Is 00 bucaqiqp
II *
SIX: MONTHSlIayment 7 Hlk A Jones
DISBURSEMENTS. FOR THE ___ .. t61'.nnLeaving .d.I-F'r IRO to N. 94".. E 22 1-2 A of Lots 8 4 tl a 8-of ) C In Il>. .
_ .
____ ___._.__ _._ Ilk
of widow. -- -- 10M.. Northeast. Quarter of Routheata Quarter, RH. bra add . ....._ I 28 _u EII.r dntnn; .....____.. 4.41 0.
E .
A J M .lohna-Com R6 1-2 ftF. 9. T,.. 8. R IB E. 22 aaaeeaed Aaa Lot S of Blk 41 In L. '7-c-11 -
2' m acre
balance ___ ___----.---..--..-.-..-.- -..-- of kF. C. Call. Court" Rt run R KeithCertificate' I .ubdi. ----- 8 Julia Goodwin ..___._.__ 11 "
8 1-2 ft. F SO 1-2 ft. N 1 1-1 W Quarter Un. 8 7 C In Riai'aadd I
'I No. 9R
INDEBTEDNESS FUND 1.2 ft to 18110 l..u.h..t .iJik__ __ _._ ___..__..._ 110
OUTSTANDING R. Fro t. of Ronthea.t Quarter of ..... _. ._.___ ...28 f 21 __ P 0 Slicks 4.1
Dr. T Campbell--I'ermorml IliOO ... ;:TS
On. lot R by Hngan al..1.I.
Depoaltory balance October 1. 1P20 -_._______.._.._______________ 876.9$ IflOOMra. t a past: Half of Northeast A.. Ri Quarter. 17. Tp.of SoutheastQoarter R. R. IBE Icy W .u"de Rt N by Jackson -
S 8 1.2 ,
Outntanding warrant Octolier 1. 192U ----.----.._.,--.-.-----.. 254.4)2) .to lnrenee 11260. E Canova-Psr.onsL-.From 8000 27 acres.. . ...0 Bertha Price. I :: ; -------.....2 S 22 _. W I ""ln..or: _...._. '.11
NE Cor
:7.--t--j.- :
ofNortheant .
Net halanc. October. 1. 1920 _. ._________...._....._.____..__... 14281 J R Davla-One lot In fJ Car Call .Co..r Certificate) Quarter No. of embrace*. West Q"1.1. ANorthwest c f ) .. .run '- '
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS RU. 2(1( 1-1 ft t. Call at $ N..rh..t ... A F )tlB ft. N 10B 't ItO( ( .

-- .- ---._____.._-__._____._ 11.000.00 imio.C ft N. S on Court fit-Prom S7BO to North Half Quarter of Southwest of N..rh.Quarter of Q".r.Northeast 't R 8 108 4 ft of to Blk beg 43_In_.L. .T.....28 S 21 _. .I n.i ._._.___.._ ... SEtir.

_.__._____u_.__.___ IC2.SI C Jnne --Peraonal. -From IflOOO t IftROO. Quarter flee 1. Tp. 6 8., K. 18 E.. 80 acre, A '.*ub ----------------$5 6 tl -- Jea*. JohVMin --' ...
A H John--Hlka 40 aMnmed R. Lot In I,. T Co' .
DisBURSEMEffTs' "THE six'WoNTB-7 41 42 4S 44 ) 410 BO 11 WII.m. 1 of Blk 48 .

.. -.------.----------... 0,000.00Net In John add and all I.n.south of Johns Certificate, N*. of ..... Ruth .Half offlriuthwe.t A .ub dlv .__n_._ u_.____.28 1 R"m..nd l.k..n ___. '..0'n. $9.-
----- -- Quarter
- Nlrth.
addFrom tl ._ 142.9)Warrnth J. r Klekliter-Houth Half tots I & S 4V at! Nnrthweiit Quarter of Southeast Quarter A dlv _______ L ___.______2 U 22 A 0 JenkIns ________ 14.1 I or.
balance March 81. 1921 ----------:= :::::::::::::::=::::: : tot. A Jonea add-From (1200 to Fan Half of Norlhee.t Quarter, of RnitthweetQuarter. E of SIlk Zl In U T. A Co' sub '
outatandlng March 81. 1921 t2
_._.______.__.___ 878.*3 O C Southwest Quarter af .......d Inkn..w. Lot* 8 A 4 of Blk 88 In L. T .
__ ... _
_ _
balance March 81. 1921) 1.I.In..nAI embrace Northeast Quar.ter _ __ ..
W of Creek .rtll. Co' sub dlv __h_ _ _ 2 S 22 ._. M I J.nkln. _.__._ 35.5
.-From 8S7HO except nortlnnn .f ... .) Quarter. S... 2. Tp. e 8. R Iota 4 8 9 A II of Slit D .
DRAINAGE FUNDbepoeitory Mra .010 i Marrhee- t 8000.8 A R BIll 27nrivlniil SO F. 40 .eres. ai.ea.1 M... M. R. Clark.Certificate .ing' add _.__._ _._ _n____.._... S U u_ Mr. T._ Lovtlon _._._. '..0'n. :
town From No. 114 .. .... Nortru-iet Quarter On. hit 524 ft E A W by 10B
balance. October 1. WO -________ ---------.----- 120.00 Mra Sal lie Miphurw-On.! 8100 A to 8700. .of Northwest Qurter, A Wet Half" of ft N A 8. hounded E by I. F.Rhodene. .

Outstanding) : warrant October' IJ20 3 : :::_::::::::::::::::::::==: 2.418.14 nn 242114 Blk 3" tirl* town lr bund"". .t.N by Northwest Qu...... ,. See 11. Tp. II R. R. JOE N by Mra. Alvarexa
OutM.ndtng bond. October 1. ) -_: by lands of Mra. .P ".. W I 120 S.. ',. assessed Mra. M E Clark land A R liy Hoyt >t -----------2$ S 21 C H Maria _.___..... '.1 -
l.n4" Certificate No. 118) embrace Boutheaet Quae.ter Lota 29 40 III 84 84 >.
Vet deficit October" 1, 1920 __- ____u______...__.___________ 2.80024) Mra M. Bn"ot-F.t 11000. ( to of Rnnthweat Quarter. Re*. 2$. '.. fi R. Rin i .In lowlnR'. ...I I___I__.....___2. S tlWU. ... C R Mark _____ ...
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHSl Anni I .4 Blk 10 oils ) F.. 40 aerv aaeeMed Mra. M. E.'Clark.Certificate . I I all. ? loUt
.. .- ------.----.-: .... ___ '.000.00 I "-F., IBO '8ln No. 189 _b. Went three. 8 A 4 of Blk W% of I.
Qul.I. Br Co.-I."on.I-"rom 'AO t of .. of RnnthweatQuarter I.OU 1 8 of BlkIB t
quarter 1IT.
Making balance _ .-- _. -___..______.___._.. 2.811024 T I ((100.N A It..t Qu.r.. Northwest Quarter In L. T. div ....28 S II ._ O P Pullum. ____. 22.II .o
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE Silt MONTBSl Im.hL 1Ol&Nl0ftofIca "m'h ...... 110 yd N Lots 2 A 4 ef L. T. ACo's fH
Also 111
Qu. om
_. .- -- .---.----.----- ___________..__ ,000.80 $3000.Jt..Hn.on A Jonea odPr 82800 to of RVCor in of.Northwest Quarter of RrmthwaetQuarter sub dlv __....__-.._A_2* S SILota4&lsflilm$7iaL.T. _. H O P.f. ___. Ill to t

_________ 5,3410.24 IewUj-Peraonal-From 1250 A run I 147 yd., N 110 yds. W 147vd ( add ___. _______.__ ._..2' S flCom _. P" . .___...._ .. eOQf
Net denclt" March. 81. 1921 u___________..__________.___. 8KOOBUrk t .. S 110 yd bee-. Re*. 2* Tp. fi S.. ft. 22 k's nn. ... llItlchard I dor.
Warrant. outntanding March. 81. 19.1 .____.--__.______-__-__-... ,'00 41 *.re*. aJwNMMNl Theo Tleon.Certificate at NE Cor of W% of NWI { *
Bond. ouUtandlng March. 81. 1921 ____________00-____._._...__.____ 241.\4 2.C2J:MDcpoitory to 8H500 Telephone Co.-P..on.I-"rm 84000 1. No 148 ohr..... W I 2-8 ft of of ft IICU to of pt NE'i er. .. run thenee W < lltfl

1ZO.*" .. Lnuia. Uvlow-Lot S A t AI.. Ix t. 8 A 7 of Hlk 17. Orlrlnal .. of Rtaeke, a 8 lit'7 K 11)0 ft. N
________ _.__._ 1. .111 .. 100 ft. ft lurn.
balance March. 81. 1921 u.u add-From '80 It. 8HOO. Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter ..i S.l ... .___.__ .11
A Week A Brownlee...Truetee, for Ree 28. Tp Ii R., R 22 F. aineued Then TlnenCertlneai RO9fttobe.--------- Jnold
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ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 1".... W.I et 1.1-11 Blk t A 1 A No. 170 ... Month n.1 of r 18 14 of Bin C ,
&7 in North Lt I South Half of Lot p A South Half of 10. .I Hlk. II I J .

AII81ET11 _.____. 5.'B8.08 A Blk IS L 1* Co; .dd-From lo 88200 N 12 A.. ..7, Tp 7 8. R. 20 K,. 48 K A L m Dr..ld(---------2) I I .._ J M RI.lnl ..___ 81.48
Balane. ...h In depoltory) all) fund. ---------------- un to 81B01. acre* assessed J. M. Bhaw. JrCertificate Three acre* of land NW Coy
Uncolleeled) ta..., current year' _____n_____-___________ ------- -___ 11,915.21Total I INOTIF IriF No. 171 embrace. Roulh Half of. of SW'( of NWV4 __....___.2 S I __ J M Klein. ....._____ .
tot 1 '. Tp 7 8.. R. 20 E. 40 aerea. aneined iota 2 of SIlk 82 In L. T A 1

1 .---- ------ ----------------------_________-_______ 17.B602B APPU'ATIS FOR TAX DEED I .. ... h.... .c..', pub dlv ___ __--______ ...--28 U 1 tWill B.nd.ra ____. '.01
LIABILITIES OF THE I I fiirtlfleate No 11 embrace L. 3 A 4 ofnil Lots I 2 > 4 of 4 In
'W.rn"* nut.tandlng for current expenae* ____._____u___ ---.- 42862 Boil CENFRAL STATUTES I '( In W.rl <' See. B. B.. II t Temple a.. _ __ Ilk_ _. _..1 6 22 ... A 8hav Co __.__._ 17.71 '
D..ln_. Warrant outMandtlig. ____--_--.._____-_*.___.___"____ ) Notice I lu hereby aiwe."" .. Morean.Certificate W BSW ft of 1"1 B .7 ob Blk I ,
Oralnaii. bond, outstanding* __-__-_-__--_____--_____--_________--___. 1.418.14 I purehaaer of tax it.'N:." J't'I F. No. 1'B'.I' IxiU. A 0 14 A 17 original w.n ._____.__-___--. 6 12 _.. Wm T.. Estate ...._.. >( 84
7th day of July, ha filed ..).Idcertificate I 11 I ..f Illk In W.r City. .. Tp 7 R.. Blx acre* In NK'4 of RF'% of .

Total, .. ._ -------------._____._______ _____u_____ I In my 011. .nl ha made appll- R. 20' E. ..... Bevllle and .I I ror. HE>4 - -- ---- ----
1.846.7'1 cation for tax. to In accordance ""h E by *ec lln*, 8 byBy .
; rUNTY PROPERTY with law. 8ald .. .. the '....1 (.rtlflc.te No 12 embraces Southwest Q"a. .W.J by .B .th'. p .1 In Ev-
) eltnaUd 'In Brad ter of Northeant Quarter A Routheant Quarternf )' -_---_-29 I 22 ___ Unknown . .. ......._._... 11.20 ,
--- 20,000 00 ford) t I S..rthwe Quarter A Northeast Quarter of On. lo bun" E b Broadwayat
Court _ "u'.r'I.t
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BOOM ___ __ -
Jail __ _. ._ _______._"__"_"I1"I1_.__-_:__-____._____. 18"OOO.00 Southwest Qu rtj-r A N..rth..t Quarter' orBontheaM ld.t.<" jail.. W
"" --" 760.00Old Q.r R ZO) E., Chn.ll.n, H land of
RM 7 rv
Fast Half of it Quarter. Quarter. 22, Tp. ntp ,
------- -- -- Noythast 1.
'l4flttu Jail..__and__1I..u.___.. _-_--._-_-.-_-_-__-_-_--__--_-_-.-__--__-_"__-_-_--_-__---_-_____________ 8nO.nO B assessed 8. It. 19 at E the: 120 dat acre.of the The> ..10 land of...such. T.I 1 Inn Certificate acre. *MMiaeil No 1(4 Unknown embrace Southwest Quarter Lot M L.6 .John 7*of_ _FlI._ I_o.I.ln.1t..n ____- 1 K2 ... R4./ t Von Kim _u_.._.- *44

____ J. Half. of Southeast Quarter. Be*. S, . ___ __..-.28 I it Mr _ _.__._ IMi 1 ,
Total .. ...__.______.._.______._________u_.___ 16.2&0.00 certificate In the name ef Crew*. West ? M.r W.. u /'

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district, now well drained by canals, zen attended the funeral of: Mrs. C. regret to see this family go from Mrs. Verie Johns was transacting

t Bradford County Telegraph should invite dairying on a large scale CANNOT M.\ McKinney at Hampton Friday among us/yet we wish them success !I I business In Brooker Monday after

the matter i Ie in their home.J. .
-- -.- -- -- But when attention to new

tt, r.' Published d weekly and entered as forced on the energetic and farseeing EXPRESS HISGRATITUDE LAKE BUTLER W Townsend motored from Orange 1 noon.Miss Rosa Surrency is numbered on

fit second class matter, at the post business men of the metropolis, Springs this week. i the sick list this week.

a J Florida. they will not be slow to see to it that Lake Butler, July 29.-Willie Mae Val Andrews, of Dukes, was a business
office at
'__ -. -- --- ---- .--- the county' agricultural" resourcesare Johnston left Tuesday morning for visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday. I DEATH OF MRS. UNDERHILL

E. S. MATTHEWS.- - Editor and Owner properly developed.The Annapolis where she will join Con- Miss Mabel Brown, of Miller, was -

nie Padgett, who has been there for a visitor to town Sunday.
MEMPHIS MAN IS GRATEFULFOR Mrs. Mary A. Underhill, widow ,
imperial vizard of the Ku Klux the past week. Miss Lucille Varnes, of Johnstown, 5f
cent tariff hides, WIFE'S RECOVERY FROM: the late Mr. W. H. Underhill, died
With 16 on at
per Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wise and Miss
t 4H Klan has proven that he Is no vizard. was a visitor to town Friday morn
for the benefit\ of the packers, and a lie started /fire in dry grass and high SEVERE ATTACK OF PNEUMONIA Olethea Coachman motored to the : her home Sunday, July 24th, and the
f: shoes, for the ing.Miss Interment tooTc;] ''.place"at Dyal .
SO cent duty on cemetcry
...., per wind, and now it.U getting away from State Farm Saturday evening.Mrs. Prevatt, of Gainesville, was a
f -t further enrichment of the shoe trust, him. He has lately revoked the charter D. F. Floyd'and daughter, Miss guest of Mrs. J. E. Maines last week. Monday, Funeral Director D. C.
\ .the prospect for cheaper shoes has Among: the hundred of people who have Jones being In charge.
of the Mobile klan and suspended Maggie returned from a visit
I : 1 tone jrlimmprlng.-Dron.on Tim..- have realized the powers of Tanlac i Is Underhill born
Mrs. was in
that of the Pensacola and Beaumont with relative at Guilford. Alachua
the wife of Jeff Chastain, of 712 Chelsea -
n :; 1 Democrat.. --"- .1 klans, and threatens to do worse yet, St. Memphis Tenn."I O. L. Mizelle, of Worthington, was county nearly 60 years ago*, her parents .
+ ..1 to even unto the revoking of every char am convinced," said Mr. Clian- a visitor to Lake Butler this week. Pine Hill, July 29.-Mrs. A. O. Ken- being Mr. and Mrs Stephen
sound has been found
Thunder She
t Yet the ter and the burning up of all the par tain, "from the wonderful improvement Rhett Drawdy, of Five Mile\ was Bey and daughter,.,Marie, and brother, Sparkman. moved to Bradford
, be a remedy shell-shock. aphernalla. In his latest epistle he county with her parents early in Lie
transacting business in Lake Butjer ,
vividflashes Tanlac has made in my wife'shealth Alvin, who is attending the universityat
heavy sounds accompanying lauds the purpose for which the organization Tuesday.Dr. week-end her father clearing a big plantation
t have not revived that there's nothing: so good Gainesville, spent the
". in this section
formed but when he north of Crosby and Sampson lake
was ; J. M. Mann made '[.
into for a run down system. Last Januaryshe a profesisonal with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
ef those who have got
'i' some gave it the name it bears, he could vist to New River Sunday morning. Mrs. Underhill leaves of near relatives .
We had a severe attack of pneumoniaand demons.
'L the old rut.-Plant City Courier. not that the members should be five sons two daughters
expect ,
Dr. J. E. Maines motored to Dukes und
r around here attended
v have of the shell-shocked ones for a time no hope was held out Several of the folks
some! Sunday school superintendents.! Those several brothers to mourn her
." for her Finally the crisis Sunday. church at Rock Saturday and depar.
of their
here, too, but have no hope who joined did so mostly for the sake recovery. ture, but her Christian life and
tp y But we make them get out passed, however, and she was able to Hal Maines is the guest of Home Sunday. mlllY'l.ind
ti recovery. of excitement, and an excited mob is deeds had made for her friends
o f .jj of the way of those who are not similarly sit up but had to be lifted in and out Knight, of Starke, this week. Eustis Kelly, of New River, was
not ruled by reason and moderation without number, who join the bereaved .
/ afflicted. of bed. She had no appetite, could Billy Roberts and son, Math, of Five visiting in this section Sunday after
f Besides, the existence of the klan furnishes relatives] in their sorrow.
not cut and just lingered on in her Mile, were trading in town Monday. noon.
a cloak fur lawlessness: by men
weakened condition John Hale of Jacksonville Roy Greene was the guest of Mallie
: According to the Lake City Reporter not members. Any set of rowdies can spent I
8 "After the ordinary treatment failed Surrency Sunday.A. Every hat that is worn covers
4 F the county agent of Columbia put white night on their heads, Sunday guest of Mrs. Onie Pons. a err-
i l> "rc county presented his resignation the wrap themselves caps in white sheets and to start her up hill I bought her a Henry Stewart, of Bradentown, visIted B. Surrency was a business visitor -I taro quality of brains, but it isn't always
bottle of Tanlac and the way she has to Brooker Saturday afternoon. the fault of the hat.
other day but the commissioners refused leave cards signed "K. K. K." behind relatives in town last week.

to act on the matter. There them. "Uneasy lies the head that improved is astonishing In a few Mrs. C. F. Rivers returned from ---- -

must be a progressive set of commissioners wears a crown," and the vizard has days she had a splendid appetite and Jacksonville where she had been the ,.

f r &.c!' in that county. In Bradford troubles of his own. Soon the time was up and about the house and is likean guest of Mrs. Tate Powell for the

'f we have no county agent at present, will come when his charter revokingwill entirely differetn person. It has past few days.

but those we have had showed by their I not be heeded. helped her like it had been made especially Mrs. Susie Townsend and daughter, O

' good work that about the best investment for her cane and I have never Mrs. Iva Sprinkle, spent Thursday in

farmers can make is to engage seen or heard of anyone getting Jacksonville. They were accompaniedhome ,
Lack their
a capable county agent and work according strength so rapidly. She by Miss Susie Alderman.

4 t to his teachings.What sleeps soundly every night, gets up'in Mr. Merritt, of New River, attended -
.A pretty> story is going the rounds the mornings feeling thoroughly refreshed iH
the funeral of his niece, Mrs. C. a s
of the papers. It is about a little ten. and rested. She has also gotten
became of the concrete ships M. Pool.R. i spuL
year old girl who stepped off a trainat rid of a very annoying cough the iI S
launched and had a
Since one was Dell, of Five Mile was lookingafter
Jacksonville, and immediately pneumonia left' her with and is gaining I
hole punched in her bottom by a submerged business affairs Monday. ,
marched four younger children in her : right along: in weight. I am so
'i stump>, we have heard no more Rev and Mrs. Gibson and baby, of
charge to a ainking fountain and thankful to see her getting strong and
of these floating ((7)) coffins. Melrose, motored to Lake Butler Sun
Y with a wet handkerchief washed their well again. that I just can't expressmy Q
few were built must have reached day. Rev. Gibson delivered an able '
faces. Then she bought tickets for gratitude
t, their destination-the bottom of the sermon at the Baptist church Sunday
herself and her brood and boarded
another :
Tanlac is sold in Starke Turner'sDrug
sea. Of all the many bughouse things by --
morning. _
i train for their final destination _
we did while the war was on, building : Store and by leading .druggists _
Miss Trumle Rimes, of Miller and _
What this little maid did
was no
e terywhcre.. Adv.
,. "structures requiring the most than in father, T. H. Rimes, motored to Lake _
more one can see every day
..strength out of the weakest material '
f : :families' of small means!!, where the Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Butler Monday.
: v was the worst. girls must assume responsibility OsU.en. I Mrs. J. J. Cooram, of Lake City, 17J the

". .. Williston has a town marshal who early in life, while the more pampered L. W. Sowell made a business tripto spent the week-end with her daughterMrs. '

has himself a diplomat. The boys are allowed to play and shirk Hampton Friday morning.Mrs. Orville Roberts. Plow '

town proven has no ordinances, and the marshal The subjection in which women have B. T. Crosby left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Dowling and With dMFonlaoaDisk DatfsWork
been held for has been daughter, Kathryn, of Jacksonville,
I must keep order and bringabout ages, not without Wnuthula where he will spend sometime
:.' reforms by means of persuasive heart- reward for it has endowed them visiting her parents, Mr. and visited relatives in town Tuesday. With the Ford_

with a sense of duty, industry, Mrs.-otokea.' Misses Pearl and Ruby Roberts and
to-heart talks. He has succeeded so patience I HarrowWith Whether in the field around
; y' tact and sympathy, which is Inborn Roy Godwin of Alachua brother, M. C., were victors to Lake
.., well till hog owners have agreed to was transuding UM FoftleoalUrrest the farm, or on the road, the
!; a\ keep their rooters off the streets! and but which men can only acquirethrough ' : business here Monday After- Butler Tuesday. Fordaon Tractor is doing wonders

a man who can do that is fit for ambassador education.' Frivolity may noon. iMr. I The Sunbeam band met Sunday afternoon With the Fonteon in caving time reducing

L .. from England .to the Irish hide theso/ traits at times, but they and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, Jr., of; for the election of officers and cost and increasing profits for
u ''tJI! ; will come to the surface when need resulted!! as follows: Thresh
riant City here visit with relatives of
.. republic. As more flies can be caught are on a With the Fordwm thousands farmers every
.y with molasses than with vinegar, Wil for their' exercise arrives. Miss Omie Scarborough, president. where.

,. ,. liston will do well to keep the marshal!! G V. Colson and Claude Crosby Nettie Mae, vice president. Bale Hay

.1, I and refrain :from' enacting ordinances.The : EDITOR ANI THE BIBLE were prominent visitors to the county Margaret Townsend, secretary and With the FordMm No matter what the farm task. ,

I teat Monday. I treasurer. Saw Wood if it can be done by motive

five members of Miami's new The editor 01 the KUsimmee Gazette i Rev. E. <6. Cheshire, Rev. and Mrs. Mary Borum, chorister and pianist. With the Ford.on power the Fordson can do it,

city commission! are all bankers. This believes that every editor should Beverly, of Starke, attended services I Vivian Fowler, chairman of the visiting Pump Water and do it well.
will prove of great advantage to the have a Ilible, so as to be able to quote here Saturday and Sunday, returning I committee. With UM Fordaon

4e, "Mnglc: City." The banker, more than verses right and give proper' credits. tr Starke Monday. I I II. F. Prioeter, budge. foreman for Grade 170,000 now in use in an parts
of the and la kind
# /' any other man. has his finger on the The average editor has very few joys, L. I* jonns has moved back on his the A. C. L. railway, spent Sunday With UM Fordaon of field country and belt work every tbs

ser pulse of his town and section; he is a One of them Is to quote the Bible at farm near New River station. I with his family. Pull Stumps prove
and reliability
I efficiency, stability
e cool-headed, unsentimental businessman times. For accuracy of quotationhe G. B. .Colson has had Delco lights .Mite Thelma Schell is at home again With UM Fordaon of the
Ford Tractor.
on :
who will allow no expenditures relies on his memory, just as he Installed in his store building which I'I after several months stay at Brook, FiH the Silo

before he in satisfied that they are does when he has to mention the "Ru- add! much to its appearance and con. vine. W&h U>. Fordaon Call, write or phone for the

r needed, but he is anxious thai real Improvements bttiyat of Omar Khayyam," and ho venience. I I Mrs. Minnie Williams, of Dowling:, Grind Feed facts. Learn now just what

Ll ; F 1j should l he made. As long may make a blunder. But what's the R. T. Osteen, E. B. Andrea, Sr., J. Ga., is a guest of Mrs. I). W. Borum With the Fordaon the Fordson means to you in

'' !4 ) as the bankers are at the helm in MI. odds There are some readers, who W. L. Pinholster and Eldon Baxter attended this week.D. the day's work.

' .rl ami, the people> may be assured of seem to take his paper only for the : Graham lodge Saturday after W. Borum returned home Saturday -
; 'f absence of sake of rejoicing when he falls down.
.,ki good government, politics noon. morning from a trip Washing-.

n, >- and no graft. As soon as they see him quote the I Ray Andreu spent the weekend at ton D. C. .:.J"i"r"rent ", "-: .( ...\\.41: .t.
Bible] they hunt the alleged' .. .
up / verse, Midway.Mrs.. Rev. S. S. Proctor is conducting a r...
1: There was music in the air at and if they discover an error, they 'el5'J" t'l', '"''a ;,
j Oliver and daughters, Willie series of meetings at Antioch church
Gainesville the other day. Millions of point the finger of acorn at the scribe. Mae
and Cantey spent Sunday herewith this week. '$625
bullfrogs came down with aht.avy But he knows that were it not for his
(? "a young her brother,,!. W .Pinholster. Mr. and Mrs. I!. Scarborough and /.. o.r.I
t rain of that city. misquotations those people would
: over a portion never -
tt Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Osteen are visiting charming daughters, Misses Omie and
} Starke had a similar experience many open the Bible, and he consoles .
at Graham this week. Lulu have
t returned after
:;,!\ years ago. That the tabcarhians areHucked himself with the knowledge that it is
Several attended the funeral of Mr. a pleasant motor trip to south
1 up from the marshes by waterspouts a good action to promote Scripture
John Craig at Oedan last Florida.
f J ; is a reasonable theory, but why reading cemetery

""l-. they fall to Mirth so gently as to be The editor of the Gazette, who is Monday afternoon. Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, motored
.t Several dogs thought mad were killed to Lake Butler Monday.D. .
acknowledged to be the .
unhurt, has hitherto baffled explana state's greatest
... here last week. W. Borum spent Tuesday at Val. I
j tion. Perhaps the learned professors | humorist, probably amuses himself '
I.. W. Sowell visited In Alachua last dosta.
l j '. of the Florida University who have '! with drawing a mental picture of a !

been asked to solve the mystery by the : bald-headed. .. editor) looking up a verse Thursday. 'I The Sunbeams sewing circle met at

Gainesville News, can find an expla in the Bible, whilS, on one side standsa I Mrs. Henry Sowell and children,.of : Mrs. H. L. Fowlers Friday afternoon. II I

''r ', nation. blind negro, wanting to know the Cooter Pond, spent ]last week hero ) Several games were enjoyed, after I
with relatives. I which tea and cake served.
for was
price printing fifty ballads, and on I
2 ry Duval county authorities have at the other aide a lady book agent.\ Wily Eldon) Baxter, H. P .Gainey, B. T. j Shelton Loadholtz returned from

,' m \
tt' which existed in the northwestern portion v'r"e' Echo answers no, and the Gazette county seat Friday and took the civil brother, Julian Loadholtz.

aT of the county. The booxe manufacture man laughs-if he ever laughsat i service examination. ,I Lacy Varnes, of Johnstown, was a J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

1 1I : was carried on on a large I his own jokes. Don't take all the Mr. and Mrs. Luther Pinholster and business visitor to Lake Butler Sat ,

%4, scale and the product put up in gallon joy out of an editor's lifev Thank you.. D. W. Pinholster, of St. Petersburg, urday. AUTHORIZED:

cans and sold in the metropolis for $5 passed through here Friday enroute to The chicken; supper and sale of ice

) per can, it in said, to those who knew BROOKER Ralford where they will 'Visit rela cream was a success and a neat sum Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE

tives. of realized.
the ropes. The manufacture was literally money was
astench in the nostrils, for Brooker July 29.-Rev. E. B. Joy- J. W., L Pinholster and I. W. Pin Rev. and Mrs. Armstrong and children -

.' V passenger on the night trains pass- net filed hisappolntment Mere Saturday holster were In Starke Sunday morn. left for Missouri this week. We FLORIDA

' h I I ing letweenIarll.tta! and Baldwin and Sunday to an appreciative audience ing. V ----- - --- ------------. ------'= -- ---'-- -- -----. ---- -

I ,- / ,c oi'W smell the mush, though the stills. both morning and evening. S. V. Andreu and E. B. Andreu, Jr.,

were far from the tracks. No less than I Rock primitive church held its annual aVid L .R. Gainey spent Tuesday and

I 16,000 gallons of mash was found and I l meeting Friday, Saturday and Wednesday at Wannee fishing I

...i destroyed when the eleven stills were Sunday.T. Mr. and Mrs.. L. W. Sowell left on'' Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

r. '. located and enough of the finished article I C. Hazen and S. V. Andreu spent Tuesday for a week's visit with rela'i .

i was confiscated to give a pint two days fishing near Kingsley lake'I tires at Welrsdale and St. ' ,
If local merchant doe
: your not carry your want come here. Many in
women hop
__' ;' .each to 10,000( thirsty souls. I last week. !; making Grandma: the trip by auto. i her.. Our aim i I. to at all lime render good service, maintain; a high quality of good.>your and community sell| at >mall..t
Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, made several Dlelvin. of Starke, spent
price poi.ibU. Our itocluara equal in si. of In the
state with the of
any exception
'The Times-Union complains; that i professions! calls here last week the week-end' here with her son, J. J. I one city.

A t i' not enough attention is paid to agriculture I Mrs. R. A. Weeks spent a few days Morgan.Mr. .

Js... in I>\lval county. This is true. ', of last week In Jacksonville. She was and Mrs. E. B. Andreu, '

Mercantile and manufacturing inter- ; accompanied home by her mother, spent Monday with friends In. Jr.// Quofit} 1AII _

_ f W.ests have left agriculture In the shade. I l\I ra. T. J. McBcnth. ua. Se 7ce f

Vet no other county of the state that Col. W. T. Weeks, of Rtnrko, came' Albert Shaw and Mr. Holder, of I

I .we know of bus such a wide soil classification >Monday and is spending a few days Gainesville, were attending to business GAINESVILLEFLORIDA

suitable! for all kinds of i! here with his son, R. A. Weeks here last Tuesday. i.I' .

t crops, from tide-water rice to .tobac ,I i Inec: Abernathy left Friday for A. B. Shaw of .Gainesville, was a .

f co.' Growing truck for the supply of Plant City where she will spend a few .caller here Sunday. I All Paid 'tl
I I t Charges By On Mail Orders
Jacksonville should be very. profitable.The days with relatives. She was accompanied Mrs. K. B. Andrew came home on ,. I .

pine lands of Baldwin drainage by her little cousin, H. D. Sur -Wednesday> from Jacksonville where I .."a : .. _

at I rency, who had been here on a visit, she had bt en'ci lIPd on account of the An exclu.lveMail Order Department in charge of an experienced shopper-Let her

the QulalM TSsal Dots Not Affect: The Meed: : for the past three weeks.R. serious illness of her father Mr. Fox. I hop for you-Just write.
... of Us tonic and laxative cffac-l., LAXA.Wr" '
t, I ? BROMO QUININE ',iPa without raunln DOTVOUWHIM or nnumi&iU Mrs. G. W. Hazen and Marvin '
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week in stating that Mr. J. B. Sapp Master Fate Brown is visiting relatlvrs -

had sold his Interest in the Starko in New' River this wd-k. 1

House to Mr. Ralph] Alvarez Mr. and! A. V, Varnes of. Starkt', was a vta\ GENERAL INSURANCE '''Iad>
F Bits of LocalInformation Mrs. Alvarez succeeded Mr. Sapp in Itor here Friday afternoon. ,E.:;; I'\a: THREE '

the management of this popular' hostelry Dogan Nabb spent Saturday in HAROLD C. WALL
and will endeavor to give capableand Gainesrille. -

1N II efficient service to all their pa Mrs. Nellie\ Brown, of Jacksonville,

s irons Col. D. E. Knight, who owns is visiting her sister in Gainesville, STARKE, FLORIDA

C.tA.ew/% 0.. P_.... a_....... ... this property, has recently added new Mrs. L Morgan. I FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE t
w' I .. W G.r T_ furniture and had the house repairedand Marvin Ogden and sister, Minnie, '

screened. of Graham, passed through our town I.:

L Saturday afternoon.
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Rub-My-Tism kills pain. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby are the proud
B. J. Sapp, of New River, was In Miss Willie Belle Sparkman, of ,
parenti of a fine baby boy, arriving
town Tuesday.J. Jacksonville, is visiting her cousin, FIRE SOUTH OF STARKE July 2LJake ". Ij' )

Miss Gladys Mansell, at her suburban
S. Griner of Brooklyn, was In home. Roberts passed through our '
Monday afternoon G. C. Sweat rodein
Saturday. town Sunday; afternoon. A Boy With A Fortune /
town his car to his farm, about one mile ,
Miss Ethel" Varnes was a visitor to ,
Mrs. L. C.'Prescott left last Thursday south of Starke He put the car in a .<,
Col. D. E. Knight was a' business New River Saturday and Sunday.Ed r,
; morning for Homestead, to be at barn on the place and left. He fur-
A with fortune is the
vistior to Alachua Tuesday. Tarrish, of Graham, wa in our boy a boy who has
the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. N. nishes logs to a saw mill nearby, and
E. Hainlin, who is seriously ill. went to look up timber. town Friday afternoon. one hundred dollars))that he himself has sav
Joseph Crews, Sr., of Lake Butler, Dave. Kelly, of Graham was a visitor -
had business In Starke Wednesday After a while he was apprised of a here Friday ed. His fortuneconsi not alone of the
The remains of Mrs. II. S. Hilliard, heavy smoke in the direction of the
O. J. Dyal and Arthur Wilder, of money saved- -and what boy with a hundred
who died in Plant City last week, arrived barn, and went back. He found that
D. Boree has overhauled the roof Graham, were here Wednesday on a
in Starke Friday, accompaniedby the barn had burned to the ground dollars would not feel like a millionaire-
of his cottage on Cherry street and I fishing trip.
relative and were carried to New with Its contents of forage farming' , "
other but of a valuable lessen learned.
made repairs.. i Isaac Varnes and son, Arlie, of
River for interment.Col. tools and the car. The latter, a $2,000 '
1 Starke", are down here on a fishing t, t
See Inman, the man who sells dirt Studebaker, was entirely destroyed.How : Not only has he experienced the thrill of t .

cheap to people who want the earth. C. L. Peek has in his yard two the fire originated is a mystery trip.Dr.. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was possession, but he has caught the thrift habit. f
7-22-tf. pear trees, which would be broken all as no oneIt'as known to have business
visitor here
a Friday "
to pieces from their burden of fruit: been around when it started, and Mr. Charlie Hunt 1i very ill at this writ. he has learned to do without useless thing"-: \

666 Core Dengue Ferer. 5-13-201. were the wood not so strong. These Sweat is an experienced driver, who, He no longer squanders his money. Hehas_ i
trees have no off year, but bear heavily it is thought, had ."everything the ing.A it
M) party was given at the home of better judgment of values. He is doubt ; Get
each car secured to fire in his a
season prevent a
Olen White's cozy bungalow on San f
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sloan Thursday
derson street has lately been enlargedand absence. The loss of the car is part night. It was well attended. less a far better boy. ff\ l.r hadacked

repainted G. M. Inman, local manager of theE ly covered by insurance t ,

A. Strout Farm Agency, is putting M.Those Varnes! present, Mr." and.Mrs.were Mr.J. and D. Sloan Mrs, Has your boy started to save yet? If he ki ee of ,

P. E. Canova and family spent last forward every effort to double the The E. A. Strout office in Starke will Mrs. Illanche Roberson, Misses\ Ethel has not, there is no better time to teach himto .
Thursday at Sanderson and Macden- number of his sales in his second year make a special effort during the coming -
Varnes, Effie and Edith Sloan, Messrs. than this Bank. "
begin now--at
ny. in Starke. If you have a bargain in fall and winter to make sales out f
Lynn Williams, Blox Parrl h. Volley ;
a good, well equipped farm he can of Lawtey, Raiford and Lake Butler. yourTour

Chickens and eggs wanted, J. F. just about guarantee you a sale during Property owners in and adjacent to i McKinney, Mr and Mrs. R. Burrows ,' I

Kickliter. 7-15-tf the coming fall. 722tf. these towns are invited to list their I and lens, Lee and Willie Clyde, of "i I"'> old
offerings* with us. That this agency t'!' kc a
Merwin Register, of Hastings, spent J. M. Truby and niece, Miss Weller, has the facilities for making sales.Is Tommy Oldham, of Graham, was a litlmebcrt\,

several days.last week i\ ith Paul E. left Monday {Of Emlenton, Pa. On shown by the record of our first season visitor here Friday. I, FLORIDA '
Jake Johns of Starke made business .
their will in Bradford
Canqva, Jr. way they atop over at Newport county. Since November -

News, Va., for a visit with Mr. 15th we have located no less trip here Friday i Under State Supervision "

Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, of Lawte)', and Mrs. J. W. Killian. Mr. Truby. than 24 new families. In listing your Kirby Smith made a'business' tripto I; y
and Charlie Hill, of Palmetto, were in will be absent four weeks. property bear in mind that well equipped Hawthorne Sunday. kiln, a ,
: Messrs.. Clinton Smith and EarltonFar E. S. Matthews Pres. G. C. White Caahierm""mmlftlll"'IDIDIIIIDIIIIJIIIIIJIIDIIIlDlDC '
town Friday. > farms at bargain prices sell easier |?.t t of

Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.Geo. than anything else. 7-22-tf dy spent Sunday }here with 'nchGenuine v

Telfair Long, of Plant City, visitedhis friends "
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. II Long E. Kelly, of Raiford, paid a !Mrs. B. '\-. Hodges, of Jacksonville Mrs. Marvin Connelly' of Wauchula -

last week. pleasant] call to our office Monday. Mr. Chas.I been visiting her parents, Mr, and wan visiting! Mr. and Mrs. W. C. .. ,

Kelly was until lately county survey. Mrs. A. P. Hoffman, for the pant two Hunt Sunday afternoon. I lDIDlDmmmmlll 1lDlllmmlDlDlllmmmm.mIDmmcJMICHELIN

Miss Kate Livingston has had some or, he is now in the blacksmith and weeks.\ Mrs. George Connelly, of Wauchula, au

improvements made to her cottage on carriage business in our thriving sis was a visitor' here Sunday.Mel i r'JiJ

West Call street. ter town. Arthur Smith, a killed baker from Harris left Sunday afternoonfor i

Philadelphia, now has charge of J. O. Akron, Ohio. '
666 cures Chills and Fever. Word from Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Per. Turner's bakery. Mr. Turner's business Orrl Thomas of li rook or, was visiting : :.

ryman informs us that they are now has ]11'. and Mrs. W. C. Hunt Sun
improved so much of late till 1 . .__
The finest chrysanthemums ever in Galveston, Texas, and will remain I his day afternoon.Mrs. _
I nearly all own time is spent in delivering \
grown in Starke, can be seen in Mrs. there for two months. They are enjoying bread, pies; cakes, etc. R. N. Cain, of Louise, is visitIng has overcomethe commonest N

G. W. Alderman's front yard. themselves, but say they will i her IlIaulhterIrs.!\ W. II. Sloan, causes 'of tire trouble sin

be glad when time comes for returning : Mr. Mason Tison and family, of this vnt'k.MKS i .J -! ","

Louis II. Hill, of Lawtey, was a I to Florida. Gainesville, will spend several weeksat | Mlle Edmondnon and sister, +

business visitor to Starke Wednesday Kingsley] lake. They are at the J. Annie, were visitors to New River.

Col. A. Z. Adkins, Misses Ethel M. Alvarez cottage. Saturday find Sunday.Mr. .

I Griffin and Audrey Johns; A. G. Uyal, I and Mrs Smith Jones, of Wal CREASED TUBESMichelin V 1

C. A. Youngblood of Theressa madea Mrs. E. I). Abernathy and son, Eu A. M. Darby and family have movedto do, were visiting his mother, Mrs!\ ? & ..4

pleasant call at the Telegraph] office geneV.. J. Griffin and L. Pyal) of their KingKley lake cottage for the Sara Jones, Sunday. Sf[ :

Saturday. Jacksonville, motored to Santa Ke" remainder of the summer. They havens Tommy Oldham, of Graham, wan'. In

cemetery Friday afternoon to attend I a guest Mrs. George: II. Marks, of our town Monday. Tubes, being made ringshaped like BIn

Mrs Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, the funeral of Mrs. C. M. McKinney. i aytona. !Millard Varnes' made a business tripto the casing itself, fit perfectly. .

was a guest of her friends, the Misses I Lake Butler Thursday,

Haisden, last Thursday. Rub-MyTIsm kills infection.At I Mr. and Mrs S. L, Peek moved to !Mrs.\ Carl Wynn was visiting her

Kins-nicy lake yesterday to spend several mother, Mrs. Thomas. Saturday. and Other tubes, however,,being simply pieces of .
curs Hiliuutt Fever. the recent sitting: of the state I I ends wrinkle i-nfh pack.
I weeks. They are at the Peck Sunday. straight tubing cemented at the of Aspirin.
pardoning: Noah Taylor's application [cottage.I and crease when placed in the tire. As the air lie IfrwtloM
Will Baisden and family, of Jack- for pardon was refused. He phyaiol.n.
sonville, 'are visiting at the home off j plead] guilty to murder in the second I pressure of inflation increases, these wrinkles safe! t II? mU.
am gointo/: sell 40 to 50 farms
his grandmother, Mrs. M. A. degree: at the spring term of court fur the first of August I will become smaller, sharper and hence more ser nthstltutec.
I and 10 more city homes' between now conduct on t& .
Dl1iSdt.n'l Bradford county in 1917. He was the I and Christmas. This assertion is backed my business' on a strictly cash ious. Cut tubes are the inevitable result. .t f..r far
See Inman, the man who only applicant for pardon from
by my pant record( and the numberof basis, thus enabling me to sell cheaper thetam.N.lp. ;y yfat
cheap to people who want county. and, foe
I prospects! on file In. my office List rove, t..hlMte
7-22-tf. Michelin Ring-Shaped Tubes are bsolutely
v your property at the right price' andit ) .. ;
Mrs. M. L. Smith and little daughter .: will be, among these sales. G. M. free from such troubles--one of many reasons de Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville Mary Elizabeth, left Monday to .
Inniiin, representative, E. A. Strout % why we urge you to buy Michelin Tubes.SMITH'S .
came Tuesday to visit her daughter, spend a month in Latta, S. C., where
Farm 7-29-tf.!
Mrs A. Z. Adkins. they will visit at the home of Mrs.Smith's .

J. D. Coleman Mr. '..rn.
father, Mrs. It. L. Lewis and James (
R. S. Humphrey has had his residence Smith accompanied his wife as far as son, O"TH( t. U|
returned Wednesday to their home in I when'
and other buildings and fences Jacksonville and returned home the IfTS
Jasper' after upending two weeks in GARAGE heard yst
painted. Go thou and do likewise
same day. Starke with relatives. FOR SALE--Klomlykc strawberry s b..caUIII yt

i plunta. $1.60 per thousand in beds; eoww.
Miss Louise Hefner who had been FLORIDA
666 cures Biliousness.Unpainted STARKE
Mrs. J.P. Robinson returned to $2 per thousand. delivered at station. 1DmlwDIflluR
the attractive guest of Mrs M. L.
Jeckoonville Saturday, after visitingrelatlv..s J. H. Williams, Starke. It. I itwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlDmmlDlllmlDm
Smith houses leaky roofs,
returned to her home, Jacksonville ,
in Starke for several days.
Monday. tumble-down fences-these are the FOR SALE-About 15,000 Klondykestrawberry / ( mlDlDlDlDlDmmmlDlDmmmmmmmlDmmmm mmD

things that kill real estate sales more I
CARD OF THANKS plants] two miles northof
666 Cures often than anything else. During the -- -- - -
a Cold 'qulckl Starke. Geo. Weimann. 7-22-21 (. ---------_._-_._ .. -= -=: t
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fall and winter I expect to be able to
We desire to sincerely thank all
Mrs. E. J. Wainwright went to Law sell a large number of town properties
those who so kindly.helped us duringthe FOR SALE-Strawberry" plants, Missionary BE I
tey Saturday to spend two weeks with I I but I can't sell them if they look Illness and at the time of the deathof variety, 100,0(10' ( inspectedand II LUMBERDirect tare.sipe_

her son, Truby Wainwright\ and fame like they had been thrown away. Put our beloved wife and mother The ready for setting now See L. -

ily. your property in good condition. All V. Moore & Son Starke Fla. 7-29-31 .h or.'mfl'.
floral] offerings& were greatly appreciated. from Mill Builder
will to '
that the improvements cost comet ?
Mrs. M. L. Johns ia in Detroit, back to you in the sale price. G. !M. FOR SALE A bargain! in a Ford car y .2 l*;

Mich., visiting her daughter, Mrs! Inman, agent E. A. Strout Farm C. M. McKinney and Family. Good condition. Quigley Overland :s

Warren. Before going to Detroit, !Mrs Agency: 7-22-tf. Co., Starke. 7.1-tf.

Johns also visited in Atlanta.Col. BUYERS SEEKING QUALITY LUMBERwill
C. N. Cooper is recovering from his drinks, Watkfna. cocoanut oil not be dissappointcd when they send their
A. S. Crews is having his cot- long illness! and he and his many July 29.-A us -
Sampson City, party shampoo and a big line of over 137
tage, comer Walnut and Jackson, torn friends are hopeful that he will soon composed. of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns, other quality products are big xlers .**!- I order. We have mill connections that enable us to I

down.' It will be replaced by a roomy completely regain his former strengthThe Mn and Mrs. Hogan Smith Messrs. We want a lady or gentleman I the best of YELLOW PINE Is tile
guarantee & CY-
and he you
handsome of which
bungalow many misfortunes Dogan Nabb, John Stanford, Mrs. agent in Starke and other vacant 80 ,...

has recently been a victim, have not Nellie Brown, of Jacksonville, were cities Write today for free .sampleand I'' PRESS. Estimates cheerfully given. Send us your to teaeon.ol
See Inman who sells dirt .
He has begun
man broken his spirit. rebuilding
visitors to Hampton Beach Thursday particulars. J. R. Watkins Co.,
cheap to people.who want the earth. his home lost by fire, and I list for our low bid. I a) coa-
afternoon. ffl Menphis Tenn. 7-22-31
7-22-tf. hopes for a brighter future.RubMyTism tape'
Ray McKinney was a visitor hereTuesday. )IJMI&I.

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Hollis and his guest, Hal .
Knight /: cure aore
Maities, of Lake Butler, spent last, I' Mrs. It. Burrows and sons, Lee and pan', Though.A i THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY I
In Willie, and Lee Mott, of Starke, were single) grateful thought turnedkeavesward
week at Kingsley with Julian Canovaat I Lee Hoffman of Jacksonville was
here! on a fishing trip Wednesday and .Is In,* most trf,"'t Irayel'LtoH.ln.r. : "House Bill
the Canova cottage. I Starke a part of Monday and Tuesday, !
I I being called to the bedside of his had splendid luck. Specialists"I I s
Eflle Sloan is visiting her aunt in I PERRY
666 eures Malarial Fever. ; daughter, Miss Susie who was ill at HIGHLAND :i I II
the home of Capt. and Mrs. J. R. Dav- I Starke for a few days. I I Il Wit,
i' John Stanford made a business tripto : !
Hall's Catarrh MedicineThose is rapidly improv l
is. The : lady
young Highland, July 29.-W. M. Wimberly ---- .
who *r. In a ".un down" *.mdl5 ing. Mr. Hoffman now holds a reaponIBible Lake Butler Tuesday of several days last
5 Uon will notlrw that Catarrh. .\bother National Volley McKinney was a business vi8.itor I Mulberry, spent ,_. 4.r
them with the Florida ----
much mon than 'hMn they are In ] position week at the home of his parents, Mr. --- -

WOOd Catarrh hcahb.U a This local fart diMXfe."proven It that In *r while..*UyinnunncM 1 Bank,..of Jacksonville. i to Jacksonville Monday. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. to Jacksonville Friday. were business visitors:: here Friday.Miss ; 1

!HALI/B CATARRH by nmmlttniilwmt. MEDICINE, i-nn
Tonic and Blond Purifier, and acts through Sayward left Friday for Jackson! arrived Monday for a few days vnit|
'h. blood the nmrnua surface. of I Barney: Murrhee, of Graham, wa#' In
'the body thin rrtuc
tree All.. rmtorlr 4mvel,'.normal. ptrralnr rAndlflnn,fro,* I| LAXATIVE BROMO! QUININE T.....bfetaccuo. ... .. .. Miss Nona Brown is visiting relatives DraUlM. lirfilni t'tnaii. :bttnd mmvy 7I.eAteaatPrewdIw1L,If PAZOIN7NGNTfull.taste. '!' and friends. I II. C. Wimberly, Jr., wan a liuslnes !
. J. Cnen r *. Co.. Toledo.' Ohio. I . ThM: ... It. oay! ono ... lb"j I $te.,'.'r ,-',_.. a..hlna. t'llra and .r.. .', Mesxm. C. M. Click and< E.:: Lewis visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday ',
New River for
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ht' PLEAII FOR GOOD; ( HOMES Palm Beach part of Ifade in 1909. Don't let your little brother see
Pasco part of Ilernando in 1887. You kiss your "dear" farewell. A BERRY SURPLUS Kalbab Plateau and Forest Will Be CROWN ITS RULERS

er. Florida Pmellas of HiUsboroufrh in For all philosopohers
Children Home Society part agree, I Opened to Tourists Some Tim
Must Find Homes At Once 1912. Tis the little! thing that tell. This Summer.

Seminole part of Orange( irt 1913. By AQDIfi GRAVES, Coronation of King Ferdinandand

a Never before in the twenty years of Sarasota part of Manatee in 1921. Fair-What i Is the price of this em- The suspension bridge over the Oolo

+ f" the great; state-wide work of the Chil Union part of Bradford in 1021. broidered skirt rado nver lu tIe, Grand canyon U practically Queen Marie to Take
t0. real by UOCIOK N w sjrnaiot
Wl', :II dren's Home Socety of Florida havea Clerk-You will find the skirts on completed. Late Uil summer It Place on September 24.
many orphan and homiless children the next table-that which you haveis "You do beat the band picking blueberries will be possible to ride from El To\er

a LAVTEY I Dorothy. leu've been gone on the Booth rim of the stupendous"
the the new collar.
needed good homes as at present I cape King rercllnnnd and Queen Marie
I only two hours, and there are 16 chasm, to the Kalbab plateau on the of
Houiiiunla will be crowned
- fi <''yt The receiving home of the society Lawtey, July 29.-T. J. Terry was They stood on the bridge: at midnight, quart, If not more In Uioue pall.- I north rim. Julia, Tran.'lvunla, September at Alba 24
they look a* big a* the swamp berries, The bridging of the Granite gorge
business in Starke Thursday
I transacting And he tickled her face with his Plans
.' in Jacksonville and the branch home toes! are now being made for the
though ; It must be dandy picking. I of the Colorado open up a new won
; But he was only and erection: of a church for use In the
both filled to a mosquito religious
M In Pensacola
are shall have all my jar filled with blueberries derland In the Grand Canyon National
_l', I ity; and other children are capac-I Robert Smoak of Tampa was a The bridge, the bridge of her nose. If }'ou keei> on, and have to buy park From the Kalbab plateau, service of the coronation and
truest of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown In memory of the great tattles
; daily for whom there will be more-and they are awfully' dear this which average 1.OCR) feet above the
e, ,.,':t' unless good family homes in last week.C Prof. H.-If a German had fired at year." better known south rim of the canyon, brought: Greater lioumanla Into being

I 'n :, number can be found at once, I A. Bass, of Gainesville, assistant you would you have followed suit? Dorothy' heart was thumping like new and amazing panorama are pre for The the church. It Is l'Xlot'C'ted.11I of all serve
crowning future
n i ,.... ...Good homes are needed especially I nursery inspector was a visitor here F. Ward (ex-bugler still dwellingin the big drum lu the hand-ra"tlme. at sented. of Roumanla. kings.

); for boys and girls over five years of i Saturday. the past)-!Xo, I'd trumpet. that. She had turned her back to hide The completed bridge will be 420 On the outskirts of this little town
\ her confusion and the feet along the roadway with a span ,
I woe searching
W : age and up to fourteen. There are Misses Love Dorman and Mary Williams where five hundred years ago Michaelthe
P for for the of 600 feet from center to center of
pantry pan picking over
,+ f'---", plenty of applicants for babie and of Macclenny visited relatives Irish Wit Brave, Houuiunla's George \\nth-
berries V\ hen, the returned, her moth the bearing The two main steel
j I.' " children under five, *o that the greatneed here last week. 'First Mother-Mrs. Clancey, jer er continued : cables are placed about ten feet apart Ington scored a victory over the Hungarians .

.f is for homes that will accept Dr. and Mrs. Cathcart, of Jackson child I Is badly spoiled. "I heard toda>'-Jane Butterfield told and anchored to the canyon wall !80 a monumental, arch, with reliefs .

1 children over five years of age. ville spent Sunday with relatives in Second Mother-Gawn on wid yez. me-that Jim Bumforth I I. home. She feet above the floor level by mean commemorating events/ In Romanian ..

All that the home society! requires Lawtey.A. First Mother-Well, if you don't be- said he 1* In the Insurance business In of sections!! jof j-aUroad Iron set In the history, will\ be erected. f

l is that families who apply for children A. Smith was a visitor to Jack- lave me, come and see what the steamroller Boston-I* superintendent of Home office rock Mt4 concrete.! On tile coronation day, after a psiv.Ice .
at the
LOW church, at which' all
J are of good character and ableand sonville Sunday. did to it. of tile Plj mouth Mock company: Hanging galvanized steel cables bishops will be theKoumnnlao -

r L. II. and C. S. Hill She said he Is clamped to the main line above carry present,
willing to give a child a good; education were tran.acti i doing fine and was the king and crowned! will
o' I business! in Jacksonville dressed to kill when. he arrived. I the wood !floor of the bridge. A sev en- queen proceed
ing Wednesday Excuse I up
': love, care and and" fair ( ,i;?, may speak to your ste- to the new triumphal, arch where
' Suppose/ he hate farming, worse than foot wire meshing la strung along the '
chance the and that the child nographer
in world there will be a great military pageant
animal andpedestrians
I aides as a protection for
d will be treated in every way aa a member I Louis Brown of Way-cross, Ga., No, she is engaged "* ever I' In the afternoon and evening there

ai of the family. spent Sunday with hit mother, Mrs, That's all right; I'm the fellow she's I Dorothy> made no reply to her.'s The bride) IB 00 fit above the river will be gala entertainments Including
remarks and changed the subjectby I a banquet In the hall In which the
> The society will hive full informa- engaged tot! *
J. E. Brown : n. In normal flow and 18 feet above the '
I demanding some fruit jars. JIm union of with
Transylvania Itoumanla
tion in regard to the history of the Dr. E. L. Biffgsi of Starke was a and she had been sweetheart, but her highest known water mark In June : was proclaimed In December, 1918.-

child and places all children on approval professional: vlttitor to Lawtey today. Johnny: Mother, am I descended: father had sent Jim away because he !floods. This I is tile only bridging of Ihe next day the sovereigns will arrive

for three months before requiring Mrs. L. H, Hill and Miss Dorothy from a monkey? I refused to stay will his father on the the Colorado above Needles Cal? 800 In Bukharest and make a triumphal

any permanent arrangement for ; Knight were visitors to Starke Fri- Mother: Johnny, how many times farm, Insisting on going. to the city to mile to the south by river curve, a* entry Into the Itoumanlan capital.

1 the child. day, must I tell you that I don't know your work.It you "step It off" on the map.-Harriet I Here also an arch will be erected to
Chalmers Adams In National Geographic
i U you want to render the greatest; A. L. Bradley, a contractor: of Jack- father's people? Dorothy's mother, had followed heron I commemorate the day for future gen

pervico under the sun, send in your application sonville, spent a day or two in Lawteylast her blueberry trips, she would have Magazine. II I erations.
discovered the cause of the full pails' King Ferdinand and Queen Marie
to Supt. Marcus C. Fagg week. A curling iron-a winning curl.
r that reached tile kitchen each day. It WILL BUILD "SACRED WAY"France's i have occupied the Houmanlan throne
i 428 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville who, Miss Nellie Roberts. spent several A powder box-a pretty girl.A .
was old Rex who was' tile Instigatorof nearly
seven liming
', will be delighted to pick the best days in Starke last week the little years succeeded
'I you rain-away it goes.A I to the
the whole Uilng. lie was with bl.I Idea for Memorial the late King Carol In October of 1914 ;
1\\ one in the bunch. Do it today; please. her sister, Mrs. E. L. BiggB. homely girl with a freckled nose. master who was picking. blueberries In Fallen Soldiers of All Nation but on account of the war they never

e Mrs. R. M. Prevatt was a visitor to the edge of the swamp which bordered I la Beautiful. were formally, crowned.It .

FLORIDA NOW HAS SIXTY-ONE Starke Friday. AD. For a Funeral Establishment"Try I Dorothy's father' blueberry, pasture. Is expected that soon after the

n COUNTIES; THIRTY-NINE IN 1885A :>> Louis Dorman of Jacksonville, spent one of our coffins, and you'll That he wa there with premeditatedI The French have a Loppy Instinct of coronation the king and queen will

Sunday with relatives near Lawtey. never use another." |I I I Intention of finding Dorothy wa the doing the right thing where sentiment visit the United States<< .
result of almost 'ear's 1* concerned ; they have a sense of
a } endeavor and
a result of the creation of seven Mr. A. A. Williams and children
v' new counties at the recent session of of Jacksonville, are spending a few (Clipped from the "mush column") : hope.! lightness In these things where we PRIZE FOR BIBLE READERBoy

t'r' the legislature, Florida now is a state days as the guests of her parents Mr. "My dear Miss Lovejoy: Last night I But old Rex discovered tier first. HI. In sometimes England blunder.there Wherever may be seen one goes memorials
none was sharper' than his master'seyes
When and Mrs G. W. Stokes. took hold of a young lady' hand and Gets Bicycle After Completing
a of sixty-one counties. the present for didn't lie love Dorothy too of the Doer war that leave '
Two-Month Job.
state constitution was adopted in Oscar" McCulley, of Jacksonville, is she immediately slapped me on the Maybe she surmised the nearness of much to be desired ; perhaps that Is

(. 1KR5 the state possessed only 39 counties upending a few day In Lawtey with cheek. Did I do wrong ? Harold." Jim. why the memorials of the great war Thomas Andrew, twelve-year-old

)./ 20 having been created since that Mr. and Mrs. David Durban. Yes, Harold you did wrong. You \Vlth questioning eyes they searched are so much better. And about the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews
should have held cenotaph has become establlahed of Middle-town, N. V. has just completed
year. George F. Young was a visitor to both her hands. each, other's faces. grown up
a custom that will live; It Is reading the tilde through and
The "baby" (counties or those organized Hampton Monday. The .
jear's space of absence was
has received a nl'bicycle from tils
Who Was rare to see a luau puns' that IInprt'II"lvemonumt'J1t
Sitting Upon the Wave'sLap
P. G. Haigler was a visitor to Rai-
since 1885, are: spanned by a few seconds. At last \\hlttliall without raisinghis father 811 a reward,

1 Bay Broward, Citrus Charlotte Do ford Thursday. after the flooded greeting subsided Jim hat In token of respect., The l boy> Is a devoted member of the
Dixie Mrs. George Cousins, of Jacksonville While boating on the bay one night Invited Dorothy Into the swamp, where
Soto Flagler; Glades Hardee The members of the French and foreign Sunday school of the First Prexbjte-
Highlands, Lake, Lee Okaloona Okee- is spending- few days with I saw the ocean's arm the berries were !bigger and hung In press met recently at the mayoral clan cliurch. The reading took him

(hn chobee, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco friends in and near Lawtey. Steal gently around a neck of land, great bunches! from tall tree In Uie. offices of the Har le Due: for the purpose about two months

1 Pinellas St. Luck, Sarasota, Seminole Mrs! James M. Starling and two I To keep its shoulders warm. shade of young pines., The. blueberry, of creating a committee of the allied -

and Union. children spent last week with relativesin bushes were so high Jim hud to jumpto press In connection with the proposal Used Fiancee's $500 to Marry Another.
I This made catch hold of the lower limbs. lie I In Bar le Due the starting Charging that Gerald Fullerof
Bradford waa.formeily New River Jacksonville.Mrs. I me jealous as could be, to erect Joseph'
Susan Teston returned home : It really made me sore, : had to hold them down while they bothrapidly )point of the "Snored VA'uy," an arcdejlrlomphe Trenton N. J., to whom she \\,allentllj't'd
the in ,
ell county, name being: changed 1
scooped' off: the berries
1" 1801. from Starke Sunday where she. ha* And so I paddled toward the land the quickly In memory of the obscure : burrowed. $,,00 from her "fora
l And filling pulls soldiers of all nations and races who trip to Germany to settle bill firstwlfes
II re van! wits originally St. LUl'le.the been spending sometime with rela closely hugged the shore. If Dorothy hall home
gone at once, died lu the defense right and liber- estate" and then blew It In on a

name being changed in 1855 but tives. her mother would have been more nijs- ty. The "Sntreil \Vay" Is a long( and wedding the next tiny taking Miss

in 1!lOa)/ new county was formed! from W. H. Hurt was a visitor to Raiford Danny-Can you play on the piano ? titled than she was when her daughter, I picturesque route, starting at star le Rose Chamberlain as his bride, Miss

iS part of Brevard and this division took> Thursday. Elmer' -N w, mama won't let me.She's did arrive. But the .couple sat clown Due and ending at Verdun. This way Alice ItohltiMon of Atlantic City, N. J..

the name of St. Lucie. G. L. and Ury Sapp, of Itaiford afraid I'd fall off. on a fallen log, entlrelv forgetting the I Is regarded as the route that gave victory won verdict of $1, IOO) In a breach

{ t Hernnmln was formerly Henton were visitors to Luvvtey Saturday berries Hex WHO glad to Hit Dorothy the only one which remained free of promise' action afculnst[ him

county, the name being changed 'I Joseph Marr, Sr., of Highland wa Yes, my dear that is a man-o-war. In his muster's arum-to know they ,I and by which the Verdun front wax

R 1850. a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. How splendid and what is that lit were both' happy' lie could tell wheu : kept supplied with food, guns and munition -

tie one in front ? things were all right. : )*. !JIVE WIRE FOR FISHIf
Harold Pearcc visitor to Jacksonville i
What is now Suwannee county was 1 was a I
It Dorothy Record Air FII" ..
+ Oh, that' a tug. Wll8.ry silent about her I "
+ l e formerly part of Columbia, the new Sunday. Oh dully wolk. Her mother. watched her The longest: commercial<< passenger:
I4 yes, a tu -of-war. I've often Were Planted Now Would Not
\ ; 7 county of Suwannee having been cre Dr. J. C. Wills of Staike,, was a heard of them. with anxious heart. I She remembered flight In Canada was accomplished, recently They Go Astray.

{ professional visitor here Thursday. the time when fclie mid Pa picked, blueberries when an airplane with pilot

Columbia: Charles H. Hill was a visitor to the together In a gill dll'J't'r-he' In passenger, and mechanic, new from How to keep Halt from migrating In.
Many a man blesses the he to shallow Mreiiins and Irrigation
g Baker was organized from part of county neat! Friday. day knee 0\'erIl1l8-lIl1e In "a l longsleevedtire"both Winnipeg) Man, to The I'as Sank.,
[ married his wife. ditches In eastern Washington wherethey
She furnishes the ,
{ New River in 1861 Mrs Louis Marr and children returned with Lure' feet. a distance of 478 miles The flying .
meal ticket. become stranded and die by the
Bay was organized from part of home from Sanderson Thursday ;i, A few years later came the huskingbee time for the trip was six hours twelve millions annually, has long been II'rotorf'nl \,

Washington and a portion of Calhbun where they spent several days ; when she found, the red ear, andthey minutes sajs Popular Mechanics Mag with the state fisheries de-
with relatives Some children that refuse to obey dared the bashful eighteenearold azine. The long flight was made with- '
Sys' was annexed in 1913.
their parent are considered cute out previous arrangements having beenmade partment.
un boy to kiss her Then the shy
Broward was formed from parts of Miss Eldredge: Reddish spent several Now comes forward Director Ernest
til they reach the age: when the parents courting, broken by the horrible verdict for landing grounds< ,gasoline,
Dade and Palm Beach in 1015. days last week with relatives in do the obeying.The of Grandfather Downing forbid- etc The landing ut Hudson Ilay A. Seuliorg( of the. department with

a'dt Citrus was organized from part of Watcroak section.J. ding the marriage, Junction had to (h. nmi In a "11I1111' the. plan' that a network of charged

Hernamlo in 1887. M. Starling was a visitor to Jacksonville fact that you do not understand Pa was too slow and stupid to keg," or swamp, there being no other electrical wires l he plated. over the

a; Clay was formed from part of Du- Friday and Saturday. your neighbor nt all does not amount to all 'tblog. "Luzy" grandfather place<< and great. cllfllculty was experienced entrance of Irrigation canals opening
worry on the uiklma river that fish willchange
Dennis Mann returned his workin In "taking off. This Is the HO
val to
in 1858"Desoto him '> said. How, after two ofmisery
in the least. You have his years
their iiilmls and therefore
was organized: from part of Raiford after spending several daysin sym they. accidentally met In another first machine to fly north of 53 degrees ( ,

r i" Manatee in 18R7 and In 1921 the counties !I', Lawtey at the home of his parents town soil 1 returned man and \ latitude In Saskatchewan, Manitoba their direction.
1y The scheme) Is Intendedfor
of Charlotte, Glades Hardee and I I Joseph Marr, Jr., of Starke was a wife. And now pa had 'O.IlO In the The Pus and, Ontario tremendous On excitement Its arrival ensued at- trout and salmon.especially/. Mr. Keuborg

Highlands were carved from its terna ?- visitor here Sunday pathy.LUCKY bunk. says electricity generated with a small
hA,.,., She sighed and studied and Indians from afar came by
Dorothy. Rut
e I I Gunter of Jacksonville
tory spent did I the score to view the "Thunder Bird," automobile! magneto will charge the
Dorothy not If wretchedshe
Dixie was formed from part of Lafayette Sunday with relatives in Lawtey. as one old Cree Indian appropriatelynamed water Hulllviently
f kept up a "brave> front and her
in 1921 I I Mrs Joseph Allen was a visitor to the machine. -
::{ mother made no (ollllllt'nt.'h..u Dorothy
d Starke Friday. Big 011 Well Gushes Forth Wealth.
Flagler was organized: from parts asked her to go[ biueberrying/ with
I4 ( of St. Johns and Volusia in 1917. I Champ and Bradley Green of Jacksonville l her one morning ma was surprised New Building Material. During\ the last 12 months oil to the
STRIKE An mineral substitute for wood value of approximately' $4.IOOlIhllll\>
with relativesnear ,
Lake from part of Orange and I I spent Sunday ""'e don't need any more blueberries
Composed of Portland cement sand flowed from the well' of the PlateauOil '
Sumter in 1887.Okaloosa I Lawtey I. Dorothy she Insisted. But Dorothy .
and asbestos fiber, has been found company' on a lot In the Brecken-
from parts of Santa Rosa G. W, Stokes, who returned home a with an Inscrutable smile, got the
to serve excellently a* abase for,.,walls ridge! tow unite, III Texas The claim
and Walton in 1916.Okeechdhee few days ago quite ill, is still confined 1 palls and coaxed her mother. to go.
ru'i i '\ floors, etc., as, being cellular In struc Is made that this well exceeds the reeord
from of Osceola I I I I Ito his bed.Sambo Mrs Meredith resisted Dorothy's -
parts cigaretteTo appeals of the
\ tare It takes nails easily and holds any well ever drilled In
Palm Ilc-uch arid St Lucie in 1917. !|I Griffls of Jacksonville spent to enter the swamp but finallyyielded them firmly. The new material\ says United: States III the proceeds from

1 Osceola, from parts of Osceola Sunday visiting relatives and friendsin when she perceived there was Popular Mechanics Magazine has the Its production.

Palm Bench p"d! St L"cle in 1917. and near Lawtey. a reason for the request When they advantages over wood. of being fire

,' t'4r Onceola from parts of Tiord\ and The regular preaching services were came to the log they found It occupiedby 'and warpproof. This latter quality Accidentally Shot ofl Wedding Day.
three his brother aud
-- held) Sunday at Grace Methodist I 11t't'1IJlm makes It especially suitable for,use asa Bride of less then 24 hours. Mrs.
"' i'! church by Rev. II. H. Black the pas- I a stranger.' Jim ruse and at once Introduced subtloorlng when composition floors Anna Petro eighteen years old of

ASPIRIN ,tor. a man. are used all cracking the latter Is Youngstown O, met death while examining

"Mrs. Meredith, this Is my friend. said to be eliminated As It has the u revolver belonging( to her
L II. Hill had the misfortune be
j to
t I I toasted Rev Henry Flanders. Dorothy has property. of holding nails well Interior liuMbitiKl. Frantic with grief the bun-
stung several times last Thursday at'
Name Genuine consented to marry me without her wood trimming/ shingles may be bund, attempted to end his own lifewith
"Bayer" on Kingsley! lake. father's permission.1 A. he set an example
t I nailed directly to the new base mate tile Hume wea>>oll.
I for us she does not think he rial. It Is also said to possess good

'. I hope the young man didn't kiss can have much of a case! against u*, Insulating qualities

you by surprise But she wished very muclt to have EssllSunk..

No, dear, he only thought he did. her mother prevent at her wedding Not Surprising Another example' of German efficiency -

'I "Old Rex brought/ us together down There was recently erected In a goes' hv: the board' In the description

( ) She-Action and not talk Is what I i.z--: w lit..... We found our happiness on this western town an orthopedic hospital In the Scientific American of the

n 1.t I 1. want in a man. old log, and. a* a clergvtnan was stopping the architectural features of which be- use of the latest German battleship

I He-Get a mute with red-bug / at my home we thought It a nice come the .subject of discussion between Buden a superdreadnnught as a target

place' to be married, without any fussor two members of a club, the In an attack by gunfire from 15-

I At seventy miles Stop a Cough Quick bother" one a physician and the other an Inch guns and torpedoes.The .
take Mrs. Meredith was too confoundedto architect Baden was one of the bnttl
Drove Michael Shawn HAYES HEALING HONEY,* a the
; ships turned over to the allies at
cough medicine which stop the cough by speak and no one else ventured to "What do you think of It as a building
The motor destroyed
stoppedBut make remark the minister proceeded ?" asked the medico. time of the armistice to be
t ( healing the inflamed and irritated tissue so! -
Warning! UsJoe ewe the"Bayer" DAJM
1 on package or you on toMpfa you Mike kept on. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE with the marriage service. Rex Tl e architect smiled "Extf'mally"he She sank after a comparatively: briefbombardment !
are not getting genuine Aspirin yrs SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Cold and with ear. .erect sat like a sentinel, observed" "the design Is modern, the 13-lnch belt
Ill j P scribed liy physician for twenty-one' Our Old Friend Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of watching with greut anxiety. After It and Internally the treatment Is Somewhat readily perforated at a lO.OOO-vnrd

r years *nd Safe by millioue. Tak. Mary had a piece: of gum HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve was over he was assured all was well. severe. as Visual In a hos range This says the Scientific American '

1 q Aspirin 011 Eel told in the Bayer pa.*- It was a* white as snow should be rubbed on the chest and throat They all notched their names with pital." seems" to dispose! of the rather .

age for Headache, N."ur j ialuieumatwra. ." And everywhere that Mary went of. children suffering from a Cold or Croup, J I, the date of the wedding, on a nearby widely accepted belief that the German '
( Earache Toothache, IAUHba The healing effect of Ham HeellnC Honor lallrtc capital ships were possessed o*
oak which will probably never Alert, Calculation
o and tor IVtta. handy tin boiwe of The gum was sure to go.; lh thruM .nobinedrahthebeaayenactof young defensive exceeded
rove'.0- a-Trat. give through die porn of be felled. "How do you flgine( that this .small qultlltl..shlcb
twelve Bayer TaUetoof Aspirin oont few It followed her to school one day, the.Me.aoa stops onwh.Both those of similar ship' In navies of the.
ntnt nru _istfl also 'cell larger! pack Which was against the rule nnmllf-. .era. packed In one arts end the Mrs. Meredith divided the jars of eats\ worth as much as the larger orld.iie'h' .
? ages Apinn I I. the trade morkVof tat of the combined UMtoMot U tae m blueberries. One jar was labelled "To one?" I
s.. Bayer Manufacture of Moacmootioacidf, The teacher took the gum away Just ask your druggist for HAYES
be opened) < on our golden wedding day. "It saves you\ money. You don't haveto
,i ," ester el And chewed it after school HEALING HONEY. "H It WHS. buy so much furniture."
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I I several feet of water.R. . I brrot"

y.'rr.rrrnen w fl tee n l r fl W ear w'
E. Wheeler: chairman of tlu.board

1 { Live State NewslTold : of directors of a Jacksonville bunk and r" E TIE.rfL -

I I trust company, "'. 11. Dowling. sheriffof -

Duval county, and I'. M. Hopkins,
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i garage owner, were arrested and released f
I by Our Exchanges.Five I in bonds of $1,000 each on the I I ,
\... -- _ _ __ __ charge of having conspired. to violatethe lit
-- - Federal prohibition laws. The seven ,

thousand acres of high pine because of the demand for the bird for men are charged with having operated rJ
land lying west and north of Umatilla
millinery purposes. For a number of a whiskey "ring," which Whee, -

"" ai eold last week to Chicago parties years the tern was scarce but upon er alleged to have financed and Dowl- ..

who will develop the property at once federal protection being provided for ing protected. The indictments ret l1 p.IrT.

for oranges, grapefruit and pecans. them they are beginning to be more forth that Sheriff Dowling appointed I .

plentiful. Hopkins a deputy sheriff in order that I'I II )
Damage suits aggregating one hun I I I'I '"
his activities would be unhampered. I I '
thousand dollars
dred were at I
George Betsey, a It is I
negro; who. Hopkins, it is charged transportedthe
DeLand Against Hugh Sparkman and said, was one of those implicated! in whiskey and in one instance i( )

the Daytona Journal publishing com the race rioting at Ocoee last Novrm-
brought several hundred cases from
pany. Libel is the cause assigned for ber, while in the custody of police officers the Bahama islands. The liquor handled i' Buy a pipe-

the action. in Orlando last week, was taken by the alleged ring was stored at a

by a mob of fifteen armed tnt'n. placedin place near Orange Park a few milesup T 1>\ a and some P.A.

Because they were overripe and had an automobile, taken out and whipped the St. Johns river and from this

been in'the cars too long, 3,000 .
; water. Latcr.however he
was recovered distributed.
place was
melons that arrived at St. Petersburgwere by the police and is now lodged in Get the joy that's due Ii.
condemned by the city food In. the Orange county jail lie had beenin

spector. There were two care of the custody on a charge of violating F. W. Hannum, George Williams .' Ma. "4. .

melons and all had to be destroyed. prohibition laws. and W. R. Quayle, of Eustis, went after We print it right here that if you don't know the *,' .> 1

bear Friday morning. They trot ..
"feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe-
the bear a 300-pounder, but for a
Quantities of fish are Raid to be Bruce Brothers Logging; ; Company, I'J"
dying of Brunswick few minutes it looked as if the bear GO GET ONE! And-get some Prince Albert and I ;
in the upper waters of the St. Ga., have taken the con '
Johns river. Much speculation_to tract to cut all of the cypress timber had them. The party had not proceeded bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong I '
far into the fastness of the Black
the cause is indulged in about Astor and remove the logs to ;
yet no one
has suggested; ; that it might be the Jacksonville for the Cress Lumber water section when Mr. Bear, not I'rlu. Albert I. For, Prince Albert's quality -flavor-coolness- Get a ,:
waiting on the usual procedure charged MM in r** IT
drainage from numerous moonshine Co. They have a very complete out at Hannum. Hannum ! be.. tidy loppr r4 tint fragrance-is in a class I of its own You never tasted } had G
was carryinga A.nJa.ra. p.and"d
Stills along the river. fit for doing the job, a fine hOUR 'boat, small axe to cut their way through .' "." wand. tin such tobacco Why-figure out what it alone means 'icked .JR.. '
... modernly equipped to live in, a tug, A.uddars' mndtitpoumf > 'ce ofJyour
lighters tangles and he stood his ground and ryat.le/e. to and when tell that t
skidders tongue we
William Overstreet, of Pierce number of mule kmnt4r wrtAapes your you '
an I
slugged the monster
employe of the American Agricultural to teams, etc, and will employ some fifty Dennipsey landed on just the Frenchman.The .. p''r' Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive f ",*

Chemical Company was instantly\killd eighteen seventy-five men, requiring fifteento hear was stunned for a second but patented process fixes that! ,
months time.A .
Monday evening by coming in contact when he recovered his ground and

with a live electric wire that had started to macerate Hannum Williams Prince Albert is a revelation in a makin's cigarette! / our ;",.. "
motorist the road old c
on from Clearwater
fallen as a result of the heavy storm. found and but how that flavor makes dent! f ;
!I to Tampa said. he was forcedto an opening slung My, delightful a 'eke I

Sheriff Spencer's office in Tampa has turn out of the road for the string some shot where it disagreed with thebear's And, how it does answer that hankering Prince ,timebcrt a
recovered its forty-sixth stolen automobile I of cars.he The string being so clone together well directed bullets ended A couple his pork.more Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped :
realized he
since the first of the year whenan would be kept eating r And and the pipe!II .
abandoned Ford found I i continually with two wheels off! the career.2eb I cut. say-oh, go on get papers or a '
car was
turned over to its owner. The car had I road, so decided! to sit tight and count I 1 Do it right now! ,. 4

been stripped of many articles of value them. He said one hundred and sixty Parker of Arcadia is advising .dna

but was not beyond repair. i one cars passed before he was able to i iI friends who own automobiles not to t of

I get all four wheels on the road again I give the "high! sign" to the train crew "

i and proceed to Cleurwater. He pass- if they ever attempt to race a train i. ALBERT
Less than of >
a quarter an acre of RINGE 4i
ed many other cars enroute. while driving on the highways in
Everglades land thirteen
upper -
that section which the
I ,parallel rail I
yrlfM 1921
tons of sugar cane. This is one byCo nchr i
Suits for damages amounting to roads. Parker, accompanied by two K. J. K.ynolda
of the first authoritative records of Tobacco Ce.WlestoeC.1.m
weight and of Evergladessugar nearly $300,000 were filed in the circuit friends, attempted to outrun an A. the national ,
acreage Joy
U tram between Fort C'i'
court at Tampa by the Franklin passenger! ;
of the other
cane, many figures!
I Refining of den and Nocutee one day last ' .
company Philadelphia,
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bring merely estimates. i - - - .
At the wheel of the
big Parker"stepped"
against nineteen wholesale grocers of car, liven converted into containers for the (G. '\', IIiiiHon bus recently hero 11 poll' tax to qualify to vote ,It is my l

The side-wheel passenger steamer I that city. The claims\ against. the grocers on the gas and grinned at liquor. Over all the I.arlllh'rnalill8warml.d business visitor to the county site. opinion that it Is proper for the tax 2" ,
: train the
crew, at same time
Bay Queen, was swept by fire of unknown are that they contracted for sugar ants, roaches and other In- Mr. Humphreys, of llrouklyn bus assessor to .ltMR"IIS thou poll' tax so that ---- -
origin at its moorings in the at 22 1.2 cents a pound and then The wave was a mistake. for as sects. been, JttteinliiiK to business hero. there will be nn confusion about the -
he raised his hand he lost control of .
IHllHboroutrh river, near Tampa and refused it upon delivery. The grocers' the machine I Attorney I Knight, of Stinke, was in nerc'HHlty of Iho payment of the snme N

is practically a total loss The boat on the other hand, claim that thuRUA'ar and the car swerved into HAMPTON! town Monday.WOMKN In the future" rh i i'I4
a ditch and turned The | .o ,
over. occu-
valued at with '; never was contracted for, alllthat ,
was $50,000, in,000 lmNF.ST: AMOS,
Hints were badly bruised and the
they were bound in no to '
insurance. way accept train which Hampton, July 20.-W. II. Maxwell : : Ml'ST; ) I'AY TOLL TAX Comptroller GenuineIn
stopped, picked them .
sugar at 22 1.2 cents a pound, up./ .vra
of Tampa, was the guest of his parents
Sothcrland Noble and Jack Stollen- when it could be purchased for 7 centsa Mr. und Mm. J. M. Maxwell, The following letter has been mailed
pound. A. G. Evans, of IMray! cashier of Thrift Thought.
werk, of Montgomery; were drowned ,
Sunday. to the tux of the
county assessors
brand thrift C
(let the thrift! linl.ltHi'
the (Hank of
Friday while at Perdido beach Delray, arrived in Jacksonville -
bathing j
Miss Gladys! Green. attended! services
state: '
The Florida ImMt tltllJI"I"; " "'I) It llnuinlitfiilly;;
Co-operutive CanningCompany last week
Miss Julia Anderson, daughter of following tour at Rock church Sunday. Gentlemen; ;: I um just in receipt of "' "NIo'llul/I".IIIIIo'/ ,hl'II1N111; / <1 the Joy
capitalized at $25,000, received through the state. He and his :
Judge Anderson, of Montgomery, who I familywere KfV. Burke filled his regular, appointment n letter from )Hon. Rivers II, lluford, Unit u growing Imnk iiecnunt brings; J
was with Noble and Stollenwerk, was"! its charter recentlyan I the enroute from Live Oak FrUinyin here Sunday.Mr. attorney general which l IN HC'lf-i'xplun- I InveKl jour HiivlnitH xiifely nnil, profit- ,

rescued from a boat that drifted nearly building site has been purchased, con his automobile when just before and Mrs. Leroy flirt and daughter utory and is us follows: ally ; reiiieinlier, tomorrow but forgot V

two miles before it was found. The Misting of several acres of lard just I reaching the end of the brick road of Aluc-hua county, spent Sunday "Itc-plying( to your letter of the Hthinxt. not t'lilny; upend fur tin* tliliiK hat der
bodies south of the railroad station at Green near Marietta throe machines from lust mid find the secret of the lirnudiir
were not recovered. with his brother, C. A. Dirt. ., beg to
Cove. There are to he three units; the rear passed his car and formed; a I thrift Unit imilioH fur Letter llvluii. ItI
Hurry Sullivan of Theresnn was "The legislature of 1 11121 did not each pack.
one will be the canning factol' ', one pocket ahead of him the. only thrift worlli ",hilI!.
After two desperate attempts to ;) forcing him to the guest; Saturday of his daughter, change the, statute with reference to C of A.,,lrln...

take his life, first at the county court- the syrup, factory and one the ware stop. Several men left the cars!, surrounded Mrs. E. F. Hard. the assessment of poll' tax yTOISIO 'ho dir..etlonj
house. The first canning to be done the Evans ,l.ltysieiwratatfe
house and( second in the county jail, machine and demanded Mr. and Mrs. K. H. and M. L. Wat.t'rRon "Rut under the constitution and laws IT muetlIetltmitaL
will be that of the sweet potato, to the right; to search it. Mr. drove'. Tasteless ililll: Tonic rmidire -
at Orlando, John Mueller is in a serIous and Miss Emma: Hicks attended of Florida electors between tho . .
be followed by making. Evans resisted but lie acres Energy! and Vitality liy Purifying endEnrlrhing
syrup verbally nnd nn
condition with several of the tablet
arteries ,
the the
revival services( at Melroso of 21 and /fifi/ yt.anare required to pay
his family forced from the ( the IlliMNl. When you fuel its .f f.r for
were car | y
of his left wrist so 1 badly slashed Baptist church, Sunday evening. u poll tax before they are qualified to : ,
Authorities in Prnsacola investigating / bow Ihoumstlaq
are while the visiting delegation ransnrk- ''r..nlllllt'lIlnll.lnvlll"rlOtlull|| ( sue
it is not yet known whether he will Mr. and Mrs. It. I). Kawley of Green I vote. to and for
; the story of Alfred Ullman ed it. One of the men had two pistols It lirlnits color to the cheeks and bow alvC.
recover.A Cove Springs the of relatives. "The tablttte
are guests legislature of 1021 passed
seaman, that the schooner Viola was prominently displayed at his belt and an It Improves! tlio" 1I1'11t'lite| | you will lion > ..,J// lergx,.
burned and twenty-three men, including another exuded strong fumes of liquor i, act providing' that no ,person who be a|>|>TM'lHte; 1 Its true tonic vulun. t'Grove's d. murk of1I&4"tl..l4.
deplorable accident occurred on Mrs F. J. Johnson has as her gueststhis came eligible to qualify voter in .
a* a /
some Chinamen, alleged to be beIng while he spoke. The searching Tiimoltinn. rlilll Tonic Is simplyrun
Anastasia island when Thomas Walsh week Mrs. Perth Smith and sister 1U20 should tiC
denied the
right to vote
( and sunwndi In SojileuHunt
into the United States Quinine | syrup. ,
party pulled up the seat cushions, '
while diving with a party of bathersat lost their lives miles from Miss Ola Cochrel, of Jacksonville. because' of not having' paid a poll tax even clillilrrn, like It. The lil<"xl "
twenty raked out the contents of the tool box
the beach, dove into shallow water Pensacola. Ullman found six Mr. and Mrs H. I). May, of Aliichua i for that year."Inasmuch. needs. QUININE to Purify It and! INN toI I..n.
wan Rounded the gasoline tank and, fished
and broke his neck, dying about an ; county, were business visitor. hero us tho women who vote! Ellrkh It DeHtroyti Malarial genii and u"rut t.u*;
miles south of Chipley and arrested. out the contents of the of the I II' I
hour later. As soon ns the unfortu pockets Monday.A. I 'in the future will he required to pay n i Grip germs !by It. Str..uBili! ( nliii.|! Invitfor.! i when II
He said another boat was to have met car. They found, no liquor.A .i beard
nate accident occurred his companions slag! Kffix-t.: Oik;: rt
carried him from the water and he : the Viola but when it did not arrive /. Adkins, of .Starke, wall a busini'HS I' la' bocaiwci t

the and Chinese started trouble, strange alligator in visitor I here' recently "
; a
crew pen Cold In One l> eow.
was taken to St. Augustine for attention CARDUI HELPEDREGAIN To Cure a flayTube
but expired the aboard, during which a fire started, at St. Augustine with'othl.'r captive Miss Carol Alton, of unhnell) IM I 1.4XATIVr.1110110I0 OMININr/ : on -
way. burning; the vessel to the water's edge. saurian, apparently must fight for the guest! of her grandparents, Mr. aiepe. tit:W<4iuilli: '! J'vtI:(! htuMuniiMi,l .lie mill. MUh curbs: two.! min;"liUtlil a.. DlJJCU4IllIGII!

Attorney E. L. Bryan has filed suit Ullman said he was a member of the the esteem of'his fellow 'gators if the and Mrs. Jasper. Allen. STRENGTH : ..' ,TSr

against; the Tampa Tribune publishinA'company crew. He said that the captain, was actions of a local colony can ho regarded Mrs. C. 1:. Harper has as her guests, mmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmaCOFFINS,

for $100,000 damages There to get a thousand dolls.. Ullman : as a criterion. A party of motorists her inters, Misses Hattie and Henri r- I CASKETS ''I

was no declaration! of grounds but he is a German citizen. I arriving last week with a five- etta Turner, of I-eaksvllle, Miss.M. & I

has until the first Monday in Augustto foot gutor captured on the Dixie highway II. Roberts, of Hahlru Ga., who Alabama. Lucy Wu Sick For Tkre And a Full Lin. of

make a declaration. It is reportedthat The camphor farm, a tract of 12,000 obtained permission from the IM the guest of hia sister, Mrs. H II. Tears Suffering Pain,Nerrou Undfrlaktr' Sapplitt BEtau. t
west of Croon Cove Springs, nlarge city authorities to place the in .
the publicity given; a recent trial acres prize 1'ec-ples I Is visiting. in south Florida -
in which he appeared as counsel for acreage of which is cleared! up, the pool A large colony of alligators thin week.Revival. and Dcprtitcrl-Read Her AinOMOIIILE HEARSE spaab

the defense, and as a result of which was taken over by the Florida Farms already inhabitated the pool and the service will begin at the Own Story of Recovery. Always on hand. The beat Mr- ', or'Iller..-

disbarment procepHin"i were started & Industries Co. Saturday. This property appearance of the stranger was the First liaptist church Sunday. The vice at the lowest price Special '''' I t**

was being developed by the du signal for a vehement the attention to telegraph or '
by the judge, is the basis of the suit. protest on service will be conducted by Evangelist
Pont to supply their ammunition factories part of the old settler Since the arrival T. S. Hubert, of Douglass. Ga., rr*. Registered Embalmer. :.s

Collins island in Biscayne bay, is a with camphor, but when a substitute of the stranger he has been sul>. who Is now conducting revival services Faint Rock, Ala.-Mr*, C. M. 8t t.U,

nesting place for the tern, a small was discovered for the gum jected to a hazing which has continued at Melrose. Rev Hubert comes !M nar here. recently related th. tal DeWTIT C. JONES ttIs

migratory marine bird which thirty that could be produced at a cost much day and night; and the pool has to use highly recommended. The people lowing InUrcitlof, account, of bur r.> STARKE FLA. -

years ago had become almost extinct less than there was any hope of producing become the center of attraction for of Graham., Waldo, Theressa and eoTMT "I was In a w.ako.4 con IIIIDID

it by a distillation process, the citizens of the downtown section who Starke are cordially invited to attend dition. I waa lick three rar la beet. .

No Worm to a Healthy. Child farm was abandoned. It has a large are wondering what the outcome of the service nffortnc a great <3..l of rata, weak then .

of fine farming land and the struggle will be. | Brro r X wu *o weak.I feel
AU chUdna troubled with Wortu bare .u till percentage J. H. Saxon has as his guest' thin to
hMlthraular. which IndloMM.. pone blood and as Stub the new company will develop it as eoaldnt walk across the floor; Jut 1886 lbcconsole
week his brother B. Y. of
stomach dlsturtwra. Saxon, had to lay aa4 myltUs ease 4o the
then In nora or 1 IM their other tremendous Sheriff's deputies of Duval
developing -
GROVE'S 'TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC given raw- they are county Pompano.W. work. I wa almost dead. I triad <> car*.
laity for two tb... weak will couch the blood holdings in ready-built email declare that if moonshine liquor imbibes E. Baker and daughter, Geneva, every' thtof I nard of. and K D.mb r .f UtfUitirnal.
taiprmUiodUttlon.udMtu,' iMral3 .
.... NatmeWIUthrmuwwaltodiesel of visitors here Tues
rain*T..lcto the.boll. Brooklyn, were
the worms.. tblCbUeI will be conditions about illicit stills where I eoIl14n'to and slept l : poorly. Ibell. -
to perfect health. P-"I 10 call..-7feport ula. Saturday Mrs Brock wife of Rev.R. their favorite brands are produced day. ... If I hadn't bard of cad taken
Miss Eva Hodges! la I the guest of Oardal I "'.1114 bar 41.... I bought "
II. Brock of Kissimmee! died from they would never take another drinkof -
bottles after nvlcnbor
ItS a DM
her sister Mr. H. B. Wiggins, of
the effects of the overturning of the! "white lightning" Deputy Frank what It did for b....
Mr. Triest of Theressa has beena
car being driven by her husband- Jones discovered a still in a swamp "7 began to cat and sleep! bcaa tolain

Dmbon's Liver Tone death resulting immediately followingher last week and declared<< condition. in business visitor here. mr strength and am now wall

release from the wrecked machine. and around there were similar to oth- C. W. Gillett, manager of the Hampton and atronc. I hav. 't bad any treobU STARKE
Garage, has recently moved his since . I *ur. can tastily to the J
Killing Calomel Sale Rev. and Mrs. Brock were returning er stills found In that vicinity. At the rood that Cardul did m.. I don't ..

from St. Cloud, where they had been bottom of a well from which was ob. family here. I think: th ro 1* a better toni mad .

attending services.. Several times he tained the water used in producing :, Supt. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, wad aDd I bellow' It caved my llf.." .4....

Doa, *iofc o or aUirata yourwJf or stopped his car because of rain, and the liquor reposed a huge water moc a visitor here Sunday. i For over 49 years' thousand of wo I Habitual CoiMtlpatTon cured
pLrtlyae a8ll.l1'1" bier by taking Mr*. John Parker has as her guests rna lIa. used< Cardol auecefully.
your as they were leaving the bridge on the casin. In the thirty barrel of mash In 14 to :21 Day

dealer calomel! Mil which each to bottle quicksilver.of pleuant Your, causeway Mrs. Brock, on the rear seat, rats ran rampant, swarming over the :, this week her sister, Mrs. C II. Quin- In all men the W.treatment of .many womanljt I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"!: In a specially-

fcarmloM "DodonF Liver Ton under asked for the robe to protect her from bodies of hundreds of other that had non, of Norfolk, Va. prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for Habitual. !
If surfer thei did
an b-oncuad, mmwy-lMu! guaranty the rain. The husband in handing her drowned. Three empty gasoline drums I John Griner and family, of Brooklyn lake you Cardut. It as oaf balp women toe too. Constipation. It relieves promptly but -
should 21 daysto
be taken for 14 tll
and regularly
that better r ruUt than!* the calomel over,without stomach making I the robe turned partially around and fresh from their former use and still , were vusinea visitors here this At all drucrlsu. A II I Induce regular action. It Stimulates and I

you **-15 million bottle sold.< at that moment the car jumped down reeking with the odor of gasoline had week. Regulates.oar bottle. e Very Pleasant to Tak,* KOc lau>.




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