Group 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: August 5, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FIVE MILE A YOUNG HERO 1 1 QLDKST; STARKE INHABITANT I KAIFOKII\ \
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COMMISSIONERS VACANCIES IN ; TH4
Five Mile Aug. 6.-R. B. Page has Nephew of Starke Man Praised For I To few persons is it given to live to I Raiford, Aug. 5..-.Mr. and Mrs. R. $
been quite ill at the home of his sister Bravery in Face of Dancer 1 the ripe old age of 90 years, but there II. Robe and children. Ruth and
Mrs. D. I. Blume but is much improved ASSESS MILLAGE lives f in the western part of our little COUNTY BOARDS I I Wesley, iIr'. Dennis Robert, Mrs.

at this writing.T. :. 'Chas. W. Tucker, Jr., son of Mr. city a person who will be 96 next Rodgers. Mrs. Harrison Mrs Fralickof t :,' I
D. Proctor arrived from Bartow and Mrs Chas. W. Tucker, of Jacksonville November. Mrs. Mary Anna Louise \\ "rthln ton Springs, composed a 'ul % a
Saturday for a visit with his sister FISCAL YEAR and nephew of Roscoe Mc- Chase. She was born November 26, TO BE FILLEDDIVISION party that motored to the state prison \,

:Mrs. P. P. De le. Lane, of Starke, has received highpraise 1826, in .Dartmouth. Nova Scotia. In farm Wednesday afternoon
Mra; Martha Touchstone died Sunday for heroic behavior in face of 1889 she moved to Bradford county Miss Mamie Denmark' who has been.

July 31, and was laid to rest at BOARD ADOPTS BUDGET OF EX- grave danger.i with her husband, D. C. Chase, Sr., OK COUNTY LEAVES spending a few days In Jacksonville, a ?
Elzy's: Chapel Monday.The PENDITURES. TRANSACT ROUTINE i Tucker only 15 years old, was who has been dead for a number of BRADFORD) WITII FOt'R: AP- returned here Wednesday,
funeral service was conductedby BUSINESS I aboard the ill-fated steamer Western years.Mrs.. I'OINTMENTS TO HE !MAIZE Mimes Pcrln Whltten: and! Madelineand .' o s

her pastor Elder Robert Dukes Front, which was bound for England I Chase is the mother of ten Morine Moore, of Hazclhurst, Ga., '4l
assisted by Elder Henry Markee.Mr. In county commissioners court, and was destroyed by fire and explosions children, and has always been a very October tat I I. the time for the se.verance were' visiting in :Starke': Tuesday afternoon
and Mrs. D. Douglass of Monday, August 1, 1921. on July 11 tho The weather had' active woman, ..njo'lnlt'robultt health of Union and l Bradford coun .
Worthington, Mr. Lee of Theressa, D. The board was called to order byS. been stormy for many days. On the and In all her long life has had only ties. At that time the law creating Marion Browning, of San Francisco l
J. O. Green and D. I. Blume were the T Dowling as chairman pro tern. day in question fire broke out and soon two spells of sicknens. Mrs. Chase Union county will\ become eectlve. The "at., was visiting, his mother during I 'tY'" si s
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle on The following members present: J. there was an explosion. Capt. O'Brien enjoys such strenuous employment; as I officer of the new county nominatedsome the week i ; w i
Sunday. M. Brownlee, H. P. Gainey and H. H. and First Mate Christenson were working in the garden: and washing.( weeks ago at a county convention S. T, Howling was a victor to Lake '. :
Mesdames Agnes Parrish and Mat- Williams. blown into the sea and another officer She is raising pigs and a fine lot of < have been appointed by Governor flutter Thursday morning
tie Drawdy spent Sunday afternoon Upon motion the Bradford County took in hand the saving: of the crew. chickens. One would !suppose that II Hardee, and other preparations, are Mrs. S. M. Morrell, who has been I>a

with Mrs. Lillian Dekle. Telegraph was designated the paperin Young Tucker was stationed at a lifeboat person of her age would be perfectly I going forward for the beginning of visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.V.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson and which the laws of a general nature and waited till all others were white haired but her hair ls only 1 housekeeping.The Fiirnell, at Coronado Beach returnedto -- Get a h
D. I. Blume were guests of Mr and passed by the I legislature of 1921 be' safely] steated, and although more explosions sprinkled with gray Mrs. Chase and division I'ath....... vacancies! her home here Wednesday. .. t''

Mrs. Dekle Monday. published.Mrs. were momentarily expected, her son, Arthur Chase, and wife, live I| :in the Bradford county board of com. Tommie Hewitt of Lake Ituller, motored Lcked I
Misses Mae Duke Clarice Long, Lola Rollins was dropped from he waited for the first mate to board in a cozy l little house in the western j i missioners and one vacancy In the ter. Thursday afternoon I ,
Ruby Proctor Nita Tomlinson, Mes the pauper roll on account of her the boat until he found that he had part of town surrounded by M yard i' school bonrd. These vacancies shouldbe Mr and Mrs. R. D. Andrew and 1 1ce ofyour

srs. Dewey Duke, A roll Drawdy, Math death. been blown into the sea. Then and no that Is bright with verbenas! r.innlal :j'! filled! during the present month in two children, Irma and lamp, motored -
and Shep Dukes 11. S. Long and son, Notary public bond of Geo. O. Jacobs sooner, Tucker got into the boat, and and roses. .. order; hilt the appointees tray qualify ]- to Jacksonville Saturday, where
Malcolm, attended the clotting exercises was approved.The he and his companions were barely i i I In time for the! meeting! of the they will visit relatives. for a few ;

of the Midway singing class Sat board took up and consideredthe saved from the effects of subsequent MEMOHIAM! :: I\I hoards on the first Monday( in Orto clay. 1 r our
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urday. contemplated expenses of the several explosions. They were then about 20 _____ I i bi>r.I h'I'III..tfoOI'1'' WaR n victor to I.ako ". "> old
Dewey Duke and Ardell Drawdy at- ) funds for the fiscal year beginning miles west of Scilly islands, on the Mrs. W. II. Underhill was horn November j I To meet the changed\ \ conditions A Butler l Friday night., ',Ikeatime

tended church services at Lake Butler : Oct. 1, 1021, and ending Sept. 1li'22 south const of England.] 4, lK5.r In 1874 she was married I, law rcdmtrictlng the county was passed I>r. Seeker King, of Lake flutter,
Sunday evening.B. and after consideration the Capt. O'Brien suffered some injuriesbut to Mr. W. H. Underhill, with by the legislature after the pan was a professional visitor here during ,('
McLeod and M. M. Hale were board adopted the following budget: lost everything he had except whom she lived in happy union until IIUI!'(' of the county division bill. This lust week bert

business visitors here Monday. General Fund the clothes he had on when he was three years ago when !she was left a ,, l law is, of course, a temporary( menu- Jos. F.. Wilson, of Gainesville(', the
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood Green spent Salary of clerk of circuit court as blown 150 feet from the ship. In a widow. ;;lure: and. the county commissioners Delco liaM 1111, was In our town last ft!
the weekend with their daughter, auditor and clerk. $2700.00. letter to young Tucker's parents, he Mrs. Underhill. had been ill for five tuny redistrict, the county at any time Thursday. '!''in a b1'tot

Mrs. Willie Parrish.: Per diem and mileage of county highly praised the, conduct oC. their month before her loath and althougheverything ,, after October 1st. Under the terms Mm. Im Wesler, of Jacksonville\ I

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lillie Par- commissioners, $ O.OO.( son, and uses the terms "exemplary' was done to prolong her I i j' ol> this hill the only c'hnivgp! in election was visiting friends here during last 11'neh ""
rish July 28th a son. Pay of sheriff for attendance with and "wonderful"] in describing it. life, she expired Sunday night; July !I Precincts! wns the division of the week. i1. .' '

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson spent county commissioners, 12000. 24th, at her home four miles west of I I8tal'k i I S tin lip precinct into two voting\ places Mrs Joe Jones' and little daughter, N
Monday in Lake Butler. Attorney for county commissioners, ('. The interment took place the'''in, addition to the territory along the Hannah. spent several days here last '::.,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Dupree Mr. and $100.00. The board then proceeded with the following)', Rev. J. T. Barnes, of. river formerly embraced. In the Unl- week visiting Mr. and. Mrs. J. C. Jones' '
Mrs. Miles Kelly were called here on Supervisor of registration, $240.00. matter of fixing the rate of taxationfor Starke, officiating.N\ I'ford I precinct to the northern Starke Mr Jones joined her here Sunday and

Sunday:; by the death of their grandmother Repairs to county buildings-: the county and school districts for The deceased leaves to mourn her !I I precinct. Persons In t this tcrritorj spent the doy. They returned home 'r

Mrs. M. Touchstone. Court house, $200.00. the year A. D. 1921, and after careful Ions, five sons, J L., IT. R., C. M., C. L.1]' who formerly voted nt Raiford will Sunday afternoon to JucksonvllU1.
Raymond Hewitt attended the unIon Jail, $200.00.Furniture consideration of the estimate of and Walter Underhill, two tlauJrbtl'rll'1 I j now veto at Staike.. Mir and Mrs. Dnrcne moved, last
meeting near Raiford Saturdayand and fi"turl'a-: receipts and estimate of expenditures, Misses Bell and Ruby Underhill and, ;'' There will be eight! voting precincts week to "'(111ll'lIlm l'IlI'h.Ira.! liar.' 7.1

Sunday. Jail, $480.00. it was the determination of the board thirteen grandchildren. Also ono in the county numbered as follows: coo left Frlduv afternoon to Join her" ..
Mrs. Minnie Hewitt visited Mrs. Expenses county buildings-: that the rate of taxation necessary to ter, Mrs. T. F. MatiKcll, of 8111-1: No. 1-Inwtey.No. husband who had gone on n few day -
Dekle here Saturday. Janitor and other attendants $400. meet such expenses would be for each und three brothers, Messrs It. 2--Slllrk.. (noith). l...fore. Mr. mid Mrs. Rnrcoe, moved l 'N ;u

T. J. Dukes made a business trip to Light, fuel and water, $:00.00.; of the following mentioned purposes, Spurkmnn of Jacksonville, und It. M'I i No. 3-Stiuke (south). hero a few months ago from Jackson! "."'"

Raiford one day last week. Insurance, $100.00. the amounts (,estimated declared] and nnd Stephen Sparkmnn of Tampa.of I No. 4-Gnthnm. ,. ,. vine Although they were here only "

He was accompanied home by his Care of county poor-: levied, viz: 1 I No B-Hnmpton.No. a abort. time they were highly respected Genuine'
brother-in-law L. L. Futch. Allowance made to paupers outside In order to meet the estimated expenscs bourd of county commissioners.The J fl-Therr(>lI a. r,. by all who know !them. We wish

Mrs. Ancil Parrish is at home af of poor houses, $1800.00. of the county it is determined trustees of the !several districts No. 7-New River thjm w..1In\ their now home. n

ter a visit with her father, Wm. Andrews Coroner's inquest:- and hereby declared that a tax rate above named having: certified the rate No. Brooker, J. I, Moody, of Manning, spent lust rsJ
Fees of jurors, officers and witnesses of five mills upon the dollar bu levied of millage] voted to he assessed, it was Commissioners districts will. bo nft weekend with hx! family hero. c

I i $100.00. und it is hereby imposed upon) all the determined that a tax rate of three follows under the new. law! W. II. Andrews who ",,been spend
I HAMPTON Insanity inquiries property lying and being in the coun- mills] upon the dollar be. levied, and it No.1 1 luiwtey voting precinct.No. Jug n two, weeks vacation In Jackson
Fees of officers and committee, ty of Bradford on the first day of Jan- is hereby fixed I and assessed against: 2, Starke voting\ precinct, ville, returned to his home" : here Sun t ti t tw

Hampton-Aug. 5.-Mr. and Mrs*. J. $100.00. uary, A. D. 1921 for the general fund tho property of each of the almvo'\north dny.Mr. l G Gin
Allen left Tuesday for Bushnell!, Stationery, printing blanks etc., to meet the current expenses of the named special, tax districts for the No.8, Starke voting. precinct,, and \Mrs. ('. A. Curiovn, of Lake 1r

where they will be guests of their $300.00. county, and to provide for the expenditures year A. I). 1921, on all the propertyin south. City, and children< !Ilernlce and Anna
sons, V. and C. B. Allen. Record books, 4000.:; as estimated in the budget the county of Bradford lying: and. No. 4, Graham, Hampton find The ''I spent, Sunday here (lie !guests of !\tr.an,1 j each" pack.
D. W. Moore, 'of Theressa, was a Advertising required by law and hereinbefore set forth. being within the boundary of ressa voting precincts.No. I \Mrs. A. H, Andrews "ho of dIreetlorM A-HH.
busines svisitor here Monday. paid by county, $:.r;00.00. To cover the amounts of the estimated the several special tax school districts 5, Brookcr and New River voting W. I. Roberts, cif Jacksonvillepent r phyilolMw
Miss Eva Williams has recently Commissions paid. to officers:- expenses for keeping: the roads above mentioned and described.To I precincts. the weekend with bin. family here. safe l I.v mil

been a business visitor to Starke.I I Tax assessor $3800.00.Tax in good shape and for the constructionand meet the interest payments and, I School commissioners districts will Rev. Cnrglle, nf Worthington/ wan ., "Ulwtitutom."n' '' 'tablets. .

Mrs. M. L. Rawley and sons are the collector, $3800.00. i repairing of bridges and other providing a sinking fund for the ultimate bp composed us follow! in town Sunday afternoon It fw for.
guests of her brothers Clyde and Vic- Sheriff, general court work, $700.00 : necessary expenses to keep the roads : redemption of the bonds, in the No. 1, Liiwtey and fltorko, north. : Marlon Carter and daughter of Watcrnak thollmdllll1lo,
tor Allen of Bushnell! this week. Clerk( circuit court and general. of the county in good; condition and bonded special tax districts numbered were visiting( In town. Sunday the:' and for i
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court work $200.00. I No. 2, Stnrke:; south, and Theressn.No. ".1". tahlso .
Rev. Smyzer, of Gainesville, will provide other roads when necessary, S, 22, 23 and 25: tile boundaries, of afternoon. .011 InrR"'P
preach at the Christian church next Expenses cif elections, $400.00. it is determined and hereby declared said districts last above' named being/ 3, Hampton, Graham, Brooker !Miiis\ Emil Ogden: of (lit, ii,mu, I la.! h cl. mark. of
Indexing, $250::; .00. 'und New River. visiting her aunt Mrs.\ )Dora Tlson. OaYtelOMld.
Sunday morning and evening.Mr. that a tax of five mills upon the dollarbe duly recorded on pages 113 and 118 of ,
King, of Stuike attended the Fine and Forfeiture Fund levied, assessed and Is hereby Imposed ]Hook ]vo. G, minutes of county coin- j County commissioners to do, appointed this week.Rev. .
revival services here Monday evening., Sheriffs and l deputies, cost bills in upon all of the property ]lying missioners, It Is determined and hereby j will bo from the following Mnlphurs find diuighter\ of S
Dr. Robert Hubert of Douglass, Ga., criminal cases, 100000. nnd being in the county of Bradford Is declared that a tux rate of flvtt-l| districts: Number. 1 uwteyj; No. Atiuhun county were visitors here on wren.oast,

visited his father, Rev. T. S. Hubert, Constables] cost bills in criminal on the first day of January A. D. mills upon the dollar be, levied and. ,, j 8, Sturke, south; No.4, Hampton, Sunday., i whets" t tank
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who is conducting revival services cases, $50,00.Clerk 1021! to meet the current expenses of assaulted for the year A. D. 1021, on Theremin and Gruhum.i Several of ojir\ citizens\ attended, the heard y.e
here this week. of circuit court, cost bills. incriminal the county as estimated in the bud all the property. embraced within the I i The member of tho school )board ball !game! nt the state farm SundayAfternoon. I bllCMa.t )

B. J. Johns was a business visitorto cases, 5000. boundaries! of each of the several;! to be Appointed will come from district I sou..
County judge: cost bills in criminal! get.To current bonded Mrs. Reid and, little daughter/ were
Staike Tuesday. meet the expenses Incidental special tax districts as above No. 2, Starke, south, and Tho'tcssA. -
Thomas Dyal has recently been a cases, $150,00.Justice I and necessary to J.hc operation named, lying and being" in Bradford.]) visitors to Jacksonville during the I ImDaIaIaItuIrs

business visitor to Starke. of the peace, cost bills in of the public schools of the county and! county, Forl] <1a. I I| The Ilesxcnt, road from the Clay week. :
criminal cases, $50.00. lilts Miss i Tvelyn: Itower of Tam.
The revival services nt the Baptist to pay the salaries of teachers and l repair _Resolved! that the tax assessor in ,, 'county line to Sturkc, fall street .
Witness fees, $800.00. I[>",, is visiting 1.tale Miss )Doris\ Moore\
church are well\ attended and great interest schoolhousns as estimated. by the and for the county: of Bradford and 'through tho town of Stnrke, and tho
is bring! manifested. Court stenographer. $50.00.Shnrlff's count board of public Instruction, It slots of Florida), be and he Is hereby ][ Long Bridge rood to the western this week., .
commission on fines col.leveed Misses Madeline; and Mnrine Moore
Mrs. I. J. Priest hu recently; returned is determined and hereby declared looted to levy and assess the foregoing I boundary of tho old voting precinct ,
from Melrose where she has $1011.00.Feeding ( that a tax of ten mills upon the dollarbe i taxes ns fixed end f levin] by this ':''is i the line (if division between voting! who have !been. visiting bliss Penn, 8Et
prisoners. $1000.00. \Vliilten for. several weeks, left ]last HI'-
been in the guest of Mrs. former.' ]levied, assessed and is hereby imposed heard upon the property ns levied and 1 precincts!: 2 and 3.
Puy of jurors in criminal cases, Thursday forIlnnl! where they will Spa
Mrs. P. J. Pearce was the guest of upon all the property In tin that he extend the taxes on the valan-] j j No fur nlll I action has yet 1. been taken .h. or.s .
of Join their who have
and justice courts parent,
county peace ., recently
her cousin, Dr. Othma Haynes, of county nn the first day of January, tion of such property according t'> ,! ; looking to thcso appointment, moved there. mar. '" 'ti
$lon.OIlTliainftlctarlt;;
Starke this week. A. D. 1921. said millage ns fixed and determined. I' ( te
for jail and courthouse | ]but it is prohalllfl (lint the districtsneeded Miss Carrie McKay of Wntertown
Miss Ruth Tison, of Earleton was $60.00. For the (encouragement and protection by: this bonrd on nil the property sub'i I lint beginning to look aroundfor I ram last Monday. She has ncecpte.l\ :

the..guest of friends and relatives hero Guard at Jail, $4 0.00. of agriculture as authorized under jest to taxation In the j laid! county of t suitable men to fill the vacanciesJ. a position with the A. D. Andrews,

Saturday.Mr.; List of errors, double assessmentsand chapter 7802, acts of 1917, It is Bradford, ns to all tuxes levied and 'V. Andrews, Jr., Is I being strongly Mercantile: (;0. MH|. Carrie lived heresome t1i
and Mrs. Lynn Alexander, of determined and hereby declared intended. to bo entered the '
insolvencies presented by the tax thata on assessment i urged to accept the! appointment us yearn all'O11I.1 hits u host ofrrleml.H -
Waldo were the guests of his brother, tax rate of roll\ under the head of | ,
collector and after examination tho one-quarter. tnilU upon county!/ commissioner from district No. 3, und who are !glad to welcome her
,Yo D. Alexander, Sunday. and the clerk the dollar be levied, assessed and Is taxes and upon all property lying/ and ]it Is understood that he has consentedto jack to our town.
ordered
accepted -
Mrs. Wells, of Hahira, Ga., is tho same! was to allow the proper credits for hereby Imposed upon all the propertyin being within the districts an mimed 1 serve us a member of the board/ If {v. H.- Andrews was a visitor to tIN '.
guest of her cousin, Mrs. II. B. Pee- the county of Bradford on the first within the / as of ' sumo in the account of the tax colee- January morning.
ples, this week. day of January, A. D. 1921, to meet the first day of A. D. 1921. I ]Mr. Andrews him had experience In Mr. Wdnrd, c Mr. Young, of Lawtey, has rented tor.Total amount state tax for which the current expenses as estimated, in Resolved further, that tho clerk of I 1 like public; service, having for a number Will visiting!: friends here during last 10 conoloo 4
the store building owned by W. G. credit was allowed, $099.50. the budget. the circuit court and clerk of this1'! 1' of years been a member of the week. lltpa ''caned. '!'
Seals of Jacksonville, and i is putting Total] amount county tax for which According to the tnlllage so determined board be and) he is hereby directed. to !: I
up a large dry roods store. credit was allowed. $1179.61. fixed and assessed, the total furnish{ to N. D. Wainwright, tax as- he proved himself both capable SEVEN: : POIt KACH -" "m.'

Moulton Roberts and brother, both Total amount pall\ taxes uncollected, millage to be entered In the column I sensor of Bradford county, a full and I and active in looking after the Interests The local camp of W. O. W. he. '''.' ...
of Hahlra, Ga., are visiting relatives $194.00. provided for county taxes In the assessment complete copy of the foregoing Inln-I.j of the taxpayers. canto hungry for sea food. Oyster
here this week. roll for the A. ute in so far as it relates to the sub rI
D. .
Total amount bond taxes uncollected ]] year loll cannot well ho had now, no the next J
O. :K.: Prince and family, of Tampa, NOTICE:
is 20 1-4 mills the dollar ject of levying taxes, ete.!
relatives $108.81. upon to cov- : 1 beet was fish, and a fish] fry was held II'
and ;
are guests of friends
er a total estimated expenditure of Resolved, further, that he clerk and last Friday night. Nearly fifty per
here this week. Total amount sub school taxes uncollected The copartnership heretofore! existlog
'- auditor of the county be notified of the I Ions were present, and that this
camp
Dr. :Middleton of Starke, was a professional $159.50. I under the firm name and style of
Estimates having been made by the amounts to be appropriated 1 to the different docs not deteriorate, is shown by the ...
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visitor here this week.A. asked to raise[ I Robinson & Lewis, exhibitors of moving .
The board was pau- r
trustees of the several special tax accounts out of the total taxes tact that 310 fish were consumed. As
M. Hale, of Ogle/ 111., has beena allowance]] of Nancy ConSer and pictures, has been dissolved by
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per school districts number 1,2, 8, 4, 5, 6, levied for all purposes they!/ were all caught In Benny's Pool, .a
mutual J. C. Robinson
recent visitor here. allowed. ] consent, assuming
Jerry Johns, but same was not 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,12, IS, 14, 15,16,17,18, No further business board adjourned I all the assets and l liabllites. where there are none but big/ fishes,
19, 20, ?1, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 27.28, 29, until first onday in September, some Idea of the appetite evinced maybe
Not V.ry Intellectual, S. T. Dowling appointed committeeto 30, 31., as recorded In Book No. fJ onpaj'e 1921. This 1st day of August 1921.J. 1 had. The five loaves that went

than Many bruins a fellow hnsn't who the ban pnt'P'more of a money pack, investigate the application of -a i 112 continuing to and Including G. W. ALDERMAN, C. ROBINSON, with each pair of fishes were also con. -

of cl r4'tte.-Cincinnati: EU'lwrer.' for pauper allowance. page 119 and also page 210, minutes Clerk< and Auditor, G. K. LEWIS. sumed. Wow I I I


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PAGE EIGHT _ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY; AUGUST s, 1921.

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I-;, don Baxter and Ben Crosby were in Introduction-Fred Greene. tives in Brooker this week. sickness of their children from typhoid Mr. Blank is conducting a revival

Hampton Thursday afternoon. Part I-Ben Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Wilshir Brooks of at the
,f ----- I and wish them an early recov. meeting church of Christ on
iJ. t. Graham, Aug. 5.-O. W. Ujal and Mrs. Tiercy Roberta, of Graham, i. Part I of part II-Pearl Shaw. Providence, motored to town Saturday er)'. Dekle street.

.' son, Lee, were visitors to Hampton on I on a visit with relatives here. Part II of part II-Lewis Shriver. j Mr. and* Mrs. D. W. Borum and children
Willie Mae Johnston
d Monday.Mr. I Ardell Crosby attended the unionat Part HI-Claude Crosby. Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, was accompanied by Mrs. MinnieWilliams day fwm a visit to returned Anna Mon.

Rollins, of Georgia, is busy! this Graham Sunday. Part IV-Harvey Baxter. visiting relatives in town Sunday. I and: Charlotte' Savage spent Beach Station

t" .. I Week putting up a lath mill which Inn Abernathy, who has been visiting Duet.-Mrs. Shrlver and Veda Wat- Billie Roberts, of Five Mile, was a Sunday at Worthington !prngl.!

'c: I will be completed in a few days and I relatives in Plant City returned\ son.Sentence business visitor here Monday.G. I Willie Dekl, Raifonf Rosenberg, Miss Ada Register spent Tuesday

II running on full time. home Thursday. prayer. W. Alderman, of Starke, motored Romie Dekle spent Sunday at Worth in. Gainesville.

i Mr. and Mrs.: Frank Beville, of Otter Among those who spent Thursday Song: to town Tuesday. ington. I Hugh Register returned to

M } ; r-. ;:::;.:;: Creek, have been visiting his parents afternoon at Hampton beach were Mr. Dismission B. Pinholiter.. Gen Shallar of Providence, motoredto Mrs. D. F. Floyd; and daughter returned after a visit with has- mother and Sanford fath

1 for the pant week and he has and Mrs P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. Jno. Clara, Mildred and Johnnie Cone Lake'Butler Tuesday. home Sunday after a visit in er.,

c accepted the position as sawyer at the Shriver; Veda .Watson, Inez Abernathy spent Tuesday with relatives at New Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a Guilford with relatives.Mr. .

I 'mID- Lewis Shriver, Fred Hazen, El- River. visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday. and Mrs. G. E. Crews and baby, Rev. Proctor returned Monday front

: I f' Messrs. Truby and Irving Dyal were don Baxter and Ben Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson of Pine I Dock Crew, 'of New-ISver, was a Tom Elvin. of Valdosta, and Miss Ada Antioch where be closed a successful

a ,, I I /business visitors to ZifT Wednesday. W. Andreu, of New River was in Hill, were here Tuesday.The visitor to Lake Butler Saturday. I Wisenbaker, are guests of Mrs.. Viney series! of meetings He was assisted
--. business vislJ Masonic lodge will hold its Mrs. Merla Gainesville by Rev. MoncrUf of Alachua.
':\ Ray McKinney was a here Sunday.R. regular Crews, of Dekle this week. ,

? r, 1.' ;, 'tor to Sampson Tuesday. W Surrency, of Graham, was in meeting next Saturday. All was a guest. of Mrs. Willie- Williams I ._
Mr. Wilcox left Tuesday to take town Sunday. members are Invited to be present.Be Tuesday ---- --- -- --

:n ;!: :- charge of the sawmill at Newnan's Dave and Pearl Greene, of Pine sure and attend Sunday school Riley Hendrix visited In! Jacksonville J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthew

: w f, : lake., Hill spent Sunday afternoon here. and B. Y. P. U. Sunday. Sunday.

1 Math Wasdin was a business visitor Fred Greene and Rosa Surrency, of Miss Annie Howard, of Dukes> mo- INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANY

ii V to the county seat Thursday. Pine Hill, were visitors here Sunday LAKE BUTLER tored to Lake Butler Tuesday morn. -

A Minxes Equilla Dixon and Ethel afternoon. ing. the White Wa h won't
don't rub :
If against you get it
Mi Byrd spent Wednesday afternoon 11. P. Gainey and A. A. Hazen were Lake Butler, Aug. 5.-The membersof Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann,and son, you

with Mabel McKinney, of Louise business visitors to the county seat the Lake Butler Sunday school Howard, spent the first of.the week in on vou.

g;. Marvin Ogden made a business tripto Monday.The class met at the home of their teacher Jacksonville.Miss I I The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its

r Hampton Thursday. tautest in the B. Y. P. U. between Mrs. Williams, Saturday afternoonfor Ruby Proctor returned froma HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEAug.

a Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Byrd left on groups one and two closed Sunday the purpose of electing officers visit with relatives at Five Mile andIs
of millions of dollars worth of
Glen ht. the and appointing committees.The a guest of her grandparents" Rev. tat, carrying advertisement property
Thursday! to visit relatives at nil, Group one won con- ,
I throughout the United States, Canada and
name of Earnest Workers was and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. listed for sale or exchange Mex
t"st.
St. Marys. lea If you haVe property for sale or exchange: list it with as at once. The
.I + W. T. McEver and wife were visitors i. I Mr. end Mrs. P. M. Barefoot andcnjiliter I chosen for the class. Mrs. W. C. Townsend and daughter, advertising costs you nothing on commission listings. It will be our hard

v s at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. I ( Inez, spent the week-end at The following officers were elected: Mrs. Iva Sprinkle, and Miss Susie luck if we fail to find you a deal.

, 1 L. Ogden. Pine Hill. President, Lula Scarborough. Townsend and Henry Sprinkle motored

Miss Estellc Woodard, of Theressa. Mr*. G. W. IIaz6n and daughter, Vice President, Blanche Roberts. to Starke Saturday. Inter-State Realty Company, Schell_ BuildingLAKE

attended the Baptist. Union here Sat Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of I'ine Hill, I Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Borum. Mrs. H. J. Marshburn is ill at her

urday and Sunday. (Cpt'nt'r: uy afternoon here. Librarian, Daisy Howard. home on Dekle street. BUTLER, UNION COUNTY,, FLORIDA.

: Mrs.! Bert Stoke and children spent Dr A E. Russell was in Starke The following officers were appointed Mrs. H. L. Fowler and Miss Hattie
t
Thursday and Friday with her sister, l last ''lb ursday.The !: Fowler are on the sick list this week.A. .

Mrs Tom Wasdin. at Waldo. following B. Y. P. U. officers Committee to visit. the sick-Mar. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at

k Miss Ethel 1 Dyal, of ZifT, visited her were elected Sunday night. garet Townsend. Sapp. Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
J Committee to see the absentees The district convention of the Christian Big
i i grandparents this week. President. Clara Cone. if you order your fertilizer .

r H. D. Wusdin find son, Alvin, and Vice president, Mrs. G. B: Colson. Perbeth Williams. church was held at the Christian. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof

'\I Mrs! Equilla Dixon were business visitors Secretary,' Elma Shaw. Membership. committee Marie church Saturday and Sunday. Interesting Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In

I to the county neat Thursday. Treasurer, Inez Abernathy Chastain. meetings were held and Sundaya secu..;des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
.
r Marvin Ogden/: was a visitor. to the Quiz Leader, Mra.l Jno. Shriver. The newly appointed officers of Union bountiful dinner was served. on the O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

;14 county ,.Sunday nfternoon. Group captain group 1, Luhedia county motored to Starke Monday.Mr. grounds. Many visiting workers were JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet.
and Mrs P. M. Padgett and
present.
Lacy Wynn and wife, of Starke, Pinhol ter.Group family have returned from Anna Station The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.C. . Aug. 1 Trice Lists.. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem BraiidV
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and captain group 2, Mana An-
dreu. Beach where they have spent a A. Roberts regret to )learn of the -
.s, r. Mrs. W. T. McKvcr.: -
two weeks vacation. ,
James Graves spent. the week In Eldon Baxter spent Sunday afternoon .
Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of Hampton,
Jacksonville on business.. with friends at Pine Hill.
oil, were guests of friends in Lake Butler
Dr. Mlddleton, of Starke, was a business Tom Chancey and Frazier Shaw attended ,
and
Saturday Sunday.
( culler here Sunday. the dance at U. I). Johns at
Mrs. George Coleman left
,j Mr. and Mrs.. U. N. Dowling, of New River Friday night. Sundayfor
a visit to Newberry' Brooks-
Pompano, spent the week with Mr. Mallie Surrency, of Pine Hill, was ville.
!r' and Mrs. I. L. Ogden. in town Sunday.
J. W. Townsend, Misses Christine
The Baptist Union met hero Friday A. A. Hazen and family spent Sun. ,
Townsend, Estelle Rosenberg and
and lasted through Sunday. It was day with relatives at Pino Hill.
Howard Mann the weekend in
largely attended and everyone seemed . T B. Pinholster attended the unIon spent

I to enjoy themselves. meeting ,at Heilbronn Springs on town. Here

"t, i Messrs Kllery: Thomas, and Schell' Saturday and Sunday Miss Mrs.Georgia J.V.. Townsend Epperson at is a Orange guestof Something ,Doing

t .F Fowler and Lacy Prevatt of Ziir, were Truman Thomas, of Graham, was Springs this week.
> z here on business Saturday. In town Wednesday
!
J Mrs. Matilda Crews and Mar.
son,
Math Wandin spent Saturday fishing A. 11. Surrency and J. E. Clemons,
tin Loadholtz, attended the
r- at Sampson lake. of Pine Hill, were in town Saturday.Tom cemetery
) working at New Zion last.Thursday.
L. W. Kicklilor, Supt. It. B. Wig- Markey of Pine Hill, visited ,
T. D. Proctor, of Bartowwas. the
gins and family of Starke attendedthe friends here Sunday afternoon.
guest'of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Baptist. union here Sunday.O. G. B. Colson was a visitor to Wil- .
S. Proctor, this week.
W. Dyal was a business visitorto leford Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Dublin of Guilford
Waldo Friday and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter ,
were business vistiors to Lake Butler
J. R. Bevillo attended the convention One Rita, of Gainesville spent tho .
of Disciples of Christ nt Lake week-end here. Saturday. .

..J v ''t Butler Saturday and Sunday. Dogon Nabb, of Sampson, was In attended Mr and the Mrs convention Dobbs, of held Brooklyn at theChrl..tlan There isn't aSTORE] in this town that is built merely to CATCH
3
town
i Ray McKinney was a business caller Saturday. .
re+ at Sampson Saturday. I;, L Johns, of New River, was ,a church Saturday and Sunday TRADE!

tl John McKinney: ,, of Sampson, was n business visitor here Monday.Mr. Mr*. Bessie McGrnder .
and
Mljclle
,
Icy visitor hero and Mrs. R. A. Weeks attended son -
Saturday. of Hampton, spent the week-end Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted to DESERVE
the burial
Mr.. Bert Stokes and children returned of Mrs. Weeks, of La- here
yt. to'their home at Largo Sat Crosse at Alachua Thursday.Mr. tho Christian attending church.the convention held at trade. ,

t, urday. Strickland, of Lake City, was ,
.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Denmark of I
. y4.4 Miss Kstelle Wasdin, of Waldo, attending to buslncs shore Tuesday. ,
Raiford, were visitors here There isn't BUSINESS here who doesn't
t .: Saturday a man DEPEND
asj spent' the week-end with relatives in Lewis Shriver was in Jackspnnville Miss I upon
.. our section. part of last week Evelyn Flynn, of Trenton, was the in this and
the guest of Miss Olga Priester this people town surrounding territory for all-or most of his
++ Truly Dyal left Sunday for Wild. D. W. Pinholster, of St. Petersburg; week.

', wood, where lie has accepted a posi Is hero on a visit with relatives. Mr. I Miss INCOME. - .
Wilma Lynn, of Ruxlcy, Ga.,
' tion. Pinholster was once.. resident of this
is the truest of Misses Frankie
e t' Math WaHclin was u business visitor ! place arid has many friends who are Olga Prienter. and And it is the AIM and STEADFAST PURPOSE of these men to
't glad to welcome him back
to Waldo Sunday. to our town

,?fi" Messrs. Ray Ncwsom, of Stnrke Irvin Thomas and family, of Cooter returned Mrs. J.home D. Padgett last week and from son, Sidney a visit, SERVE you faithfully and thereby strengthen the commercial and moral

and Roy Kalch, of Hampton, were vis Pond, passed through hero Friday en- to Carolina. position of OUR TOWN.
I
route to I
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) itors here Sunday, Sampson.
Messrs. J, L. and Fate Brown of
,
Messrs. Math Roy Godwin, of Alachua attending .
Wasdin. Will Jones, was Miller
motored to town .
John Surrency and Guy Hosier, Misses to business hero Monday afternoon. JV. C Townsend,Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Iva This town of ours is a NATURAL shopping and business center for

I q.,,,, Kquilla: Dixon, Bessie'Wynn, l Ethel t 't Sprinkle and Henry all this
Sprinkle motored
,,I Byrd and Fiances Murthoo spent' Sunday Mr. mid Mrs. S. V. Andreu and children to Salt Springs this week and they prosperous region.

afternoon at Hampton beach. "" I were visitors near here Sundaynfternoon. will spend several weeks
there.
f 1111.... Walter Edmond nnd jI' / The selections possible in ill kinds of
I Alonzo Black welder, of Lulu'was n MERCHANDISE and all kindsof
dren of I Bob Craig of Cooler Pond it
Sampson, spent the w was business
visitor
here
"j l;' .,'. at the home of Mr. and Mrs., hil'l' 'liusinPHB: visitor here Saturday. Rlixha Douglass, of Saturday.Lulu, was at- TRADING SERVICE are as great here as any place in the land-
'
z' ' '- McKinney. Sevcralfrom here spent Sunday afLtrnoon tondinK to business in U>wn Saturday. and-the prices more often are LO\VER-bccause they have been
Mrs.\ Tom, Wa. Iin and children, 01t t ( at Hampton Beach Roan Alderman I never
/ of Lulu, was a bus-
d Waldo, atU'iidqd\ (' here Saturday. Rltlnrd Hague of Bradfowl, was Inhere I nessimtor to town Saturday.Mr. INFLA TED.i.'
.
i '
Monday afternoon.Mr. .
and :Mrs. Preston, of New-Itlv.
Mf ,, Mr. unit !Mrs. Truman Dyal and ( Markey, of Pine Hill, was in t er, motored to Lake Butler Saturday. This TO\VN and its MERCHANTS wish
.1 t own to know alt of bet-
II j dren, of ZifT, spent Sunday at 'hl1-1\ Friday morning. I Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was a you
home of O. W. I). II. Malphurs Is doing You know
Dynl. some ro- visitor to town Saturday. ter. ought to THEM better. .
:,Z l r ;. Mr.: sad Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, pair work on the house of T. C Hazen. j"
OU'H Hale .
1 of Waldo I J. W.\ L. Pinholster of Pine Hill attended of Five Mile, was transuding
r were visitors here Saturday ,
: I Joe Tail, of Tampu, is visiting relntlvoR I< H. Y. P. U. burs Sunday night. : business in Lake Butler Fri. This is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.'

t. and, friends here this week. Little Vern Galney Is on the sick lay.Mr.

I' Mica Nita Stalling, of I4i0vonso, is + lint. this week. I and Mrs. O. B. Gordon: of Ra! | Then it is mutual SERVICE.Columbia

I, ,-llIlthhl'r\ cousin, Mrs. Bery Jones. Col. W. T. Weeks, of Starke, spent j ford, were visitors to Lake Butler on .

,. I a few days of last week here with his I :Saturday,

BROOK En ion, II. A. Weeks, I Mr. Berry, of Alachua, was in town
; Following is given the B. Y. P. Saturday.

I Brooker, Aug. 5.-Mr. and) Mrs. L p rogr in for Sunday night. U'j Mr and Mrs Jesse Dowling have

{; W. Sowell, who spent last week In Leader, Mrs. J. D. Baxter. I moved into town and Mr. Dowling fa i

G "*. South Florida] 'returned home Sunday i Song.-Choir. I ,voiking nt the Roberts market.

i : : Mr. and Mrs.\ P. M. Barefoot, El-i J Scripture lesson-Lee Greene. Mrs. Barney Cone Is visiting rela -

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ir : ::1 I Bradford County Farmers FARMER-BROWN I II I F y te


Now Sliver, you Just ran in and report AND KCCQRO*
to Mrs. Brown. You see I don't
WHAT HOME; DA1KY CLUB MEM-: county and state prizes are being of. middle of the day when it cease en believe school was out.

u "( .. HERS ARE DOING fered. tirely. Hello, ma. I just thought I would
I I" (3)) The nervous and mental symptoms come home and see If you didn't want

Club work is profitable It is also Dade-After two years of effort we usually appear in the later sta me for something.

interesting. The following records, i have at last succeeded in getting a Ille. of the disease, and may vary from School's not out yet, is it?

k which would not have been kept had |j I shelter for our curb market one of mild nervous manifestations to violent Yes; I don't think I like to go to Brunswick RecordsON

L the work not been'interesting, show |lour most profitable industries mania. A very large proportion of school. The kids don't to Bit with me

b there are profits to be derived from alf cases terminate in insanity. Melancholia and the Behoof ma'am is a raid cat. SALE TODAYla -

club work. These records date from I Osceola-The citrus growers of Hil- is probably the type of insanity She' afraid of little mice that hain't -

d, e t November 1 to July 1, Hards Island sprayed for whitefly and most frequently observed. got their eyes opened yet. Brunswick Records Is embodied a unique Method of IDeterpretatlon

ly 4 Gladys Ward of Palm Beach county I scale this week. Several sprayed who Treatment and Prevention Why Sliver you sure didn't take ,marking, the most notable advancement of year

own a grade Jersey The following had opposed spraying before. Farm In view of the results of the studiesby mice to school did you' In recording. Tones art d..., true-more beautiful. surely

i i figures tells her story for a period of en are taking proper steps to protect the United States public health service Yep; had six dandies but she made. the Spirit of Music is reflected in these records.

,4 :r,1 right months: their corn from weevils. the treatment as well as the prevention me throw them out, so I came home Come in emaf rU_**. Jafy, Brmmick Record. '

Milk produced ___________..2712 Ibs of the disease had beet be instituted with Mr. Brown. i Wi il gUuUf fiv tbtm for,you

Teed cost __________________$112.70 Manatee-At a meeting of local along dietetic lines. Go get me some wood. Ill see about

Products sold _._ ___ ________ 157.47 farmers Tuesday, a wage scale was A more varied diet including milk, this. CONCERT .
IO3w.airMi.T..ciaoa.tvrGarU.rTease
.
i The family of four has been supplied adopted. A committee was appointedto eggs fish, meat and vegetables is ad Say, Cy, do you know anyone about Merl.Ck..M.

, with plenty of milk products in form plans for a county organization. vised. The leguminous plants, especially here we can get to cut our hay and MOM 1.00 Waka F tmofor C Shar-...$.Mlaer-O- . ..". N.*. *"a.-w(faeWf' )Gad ew.krr <

f t addition to those sold.Gladys beans, are said to be of unusual strawberry mulching this year? You AM Meoaef Mr DeUrtt-fre.il "In./......C.. ..".-"

L v I does all her own work and value in the diet of pellagra. It is to know I've been cutting for all you fellows 51001 1.75{W"IiIr(w'.1 Sbi s C-r.....S.di.s. H_. (S.o.n.l. . ......).1Car1e

j submits records on schedule time. Last Polk-Many farmers are buying car be hoped that further studies will reveal but r find my mower is about all Tenor .. ....1Car1e

is J year she made the best record in her bon disulphide to kill corn weevils, and more definite information regarding shot to pieces. Went in to see DeWitt SACRED JTVM

1 t county and as a reward was given a they are making their cribs airtightso the causation and treatment of C Jones about getting repairs for it, !100! i C Still.SeeTof Still Cod WI'. ."-. enhaw.r. ("Ca) /..)Criterion_Male Male. Quartet Qaartot

I pure bred Guernsey heifer calf which the poison will lie. effective. this disease. For the present, however but it will cost me so much to fix it INSTRUMENTAL

she is raising. Gladys is in high the theory outlined above would up and then it may break some other f Tfce Swan(ie C">....>C5./nr.5aeaje)
13023J S.I. WiflemWIllefce.
arhool. seem to have brought forth just when I : .Rnsol..wdl..wW.ke
"I vard-We held a bee and citrus more satisfactory place get busy. I've got IoU 1 B.re.e..tra.Jac.lrc.d.d)
Harvey Brown of Alachua county, results than any other of the to pet a new machine or get some one J09 Arica.F..taai.-Putl (Vector n.r..rtl
meeting! with a picnic at Titusville on { N.w York PoII_BaM
i IB energetic club member, whose widely differing views which have been to do and the> International 8So
{ an Wednesday. About 85 farmers at. my cutting, as America FantaaU> "artn(Verto H er:Ya...
records are well kept and whose advanced concerning this malady. Harvester Co. have already re Police Band
tended. The
following day we held a POPULAR
'' promptness in carrying but requirements Deaths from pellagra in the state of duced )prices BO we can buy cheapernow
field and Indoor meeting for citrus A..rie.My C_ '"" ,'Tg"'710..) ( ',.-Cary)
f ,, is an example which many an Florida by years from 1917 to 1920 I believe if I can't get someoneto ?55{ M.jr.a1 Wore. . Collaeiato Choir
growers at Cocoa. I-00 Dixie CmmetO Criterioei Male Qu.rttNowIlapMeDow.
older person would l do well to follow and for the first six months of 1921, 'I' do my cutting I'll buy a new one. ( .,SoSI. )

His record hall been: are as follows: All kinds of farm machinery is much VrtJ Tenor On. PaSberideea and Jamea Lmch
e 100 I Springtime.A..-Frkdfand> Z.nor .....Sh.nda.
o Milk produced -__ __ ________7070 lbs. Duval-A. W. Inglis: of Jacksonville 1917, 218 deaths I I lower now-mowers, horse rakes, wagons Where the'Lair Mi iauppl Flows (WrencA-rfe fV.> e)
kr Feed cost ____________-___.__$135.21 has CO acres of unusually fine 1918, 184 deaths I and all that. What do you think? -llSe*" -{ r.nor and B.r.fon. . Chaa.Hart and Elliott Shaw

y Butter sold __t.h_______ __ R.2j: sugar cane on his farm at Baldwin. 1019 113 deaths Why, Brown we all depend on you 'Drowsy s..Moth.rsr.rli..Vo..r..r'c.-.tMal.Tno.Head. (/,.6i.Ber/m-Verua-An aTe L ..,10))
The family of twelve has been supplied 1920! 111 deaths. to do our cutting. You better get a ft'-0W77 8Se. Strajid Male Trio
Senatorial Alons With Susan(w..C..rri.1
f with plenty of milk products In lIt'rnando-SevOral farmers have Six months 1921, 40 deaths. new one. DeWitt C, Jones can get Strand Male Quartet
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4' addition to those sold applied to the farm loan bank for you anything in farm machinery you NeMle In Your Dadd'a Arm (//... ".r.B..".)
Jonea and Emeat
Billy Hare
") ) He is now caring for three cows. loans to cover cattle purchases and MILLER want through the International Harvester : K{Doren.an is r.tni .
Zenor anal BoriloH* Billy Jo .and tn...Hard
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While these cows are not of the high general farm Improvements. Co. His hardware store is in
FOR DANCING
producing type, his good business clone touch with these big houses at
\Miller, Aug. 6.-Mrs. N. II. Stokesis Croonln.-F True IntroJutlnf "Jam*a Week from T. l
methods won him the right to attend CKI.KIIKTES 92nd KIIITIIDAYr.uxt visiting her daughter Mrs. Jacksonville and we can get every- 2104.{1 dar'. Carl F.n_'.Orcheatrei ,
1 Eugene ... "
IISo J In Your Erea--O Slp Introducing "A* the short course for boys held at Douglass, of St. Augustine. thing in 'their line from him just as Carl Fanton'e Orchaatra

'. Gainesville last fall. This year he Wednesday July 20, Grandma Olson Thomas made a business tripto cheap as though we went there and 2105 J( I Wd.r W.....III" Swto Sw..t Dadd'>Con.'.-F..Trot i

has visions of winning! the Holstein Snphronia A. Richard, of Lake Butler, Lake Butler Saturday. that's a big help to us farmers. Whenwe tlSo I Satanic Bluea-Fo Trot . Benme Krueeer'a Oreheatre Oreheatre,

I calf which has been offered as a prize. celebrated her ninety-second birthday. O. L. Mizelle, of Worthington, was buy anything from them he can 2102 T.. '.....-F"Trot (WAil'Rudy...) Wlad 'aCanfomUn.

',: i Janet Thomas, of Alachua county, She is a remarkable old lady and for in this community Friday. get all repairs from them we want, eM LJabberwockr-'oJr Trot . Rudy Wiedoeft'aCaliforoiana4im .

.I "' won the first prize at her county fair her age has a wonderfully clear mind. I Misses Carrie Belle and Pearl Brown and not have to send off and maybenot J -I f Moonbeanuw-rojr Trot . Green llroth..*''Novelty Band
I Call You Sunahuu-Fo Trot Imtroautinm 'Say
1, ( last year. She was entitled to attend She can converse on any subject and spent the week-end with Miss Vera get what we want. They always CM 1 Croon BNOb...' ... V.Band
the girls' short course at Tallahassee very entertainingly to both old and Osleen, of Providence. keep repair for everything in their 7ino'I Cherie (My T>..tr)-Fox Trot (Sifco) Carl Fentoa'e Orcheatra
M_ Trot Introducing "AI.
I I in May of tlds year. The records kept young I Her stories of olden days Seeber Stokes was a business visitor line. tlSe lJuB SSS.fcF Carl Feaa'.Orch..va a

i, r are from January 1 to July 1, since years before the civil war of 61 are to Worthington Saturday after- How are you getting along with

M the cow was dry during November listened to and enjoyed by those who noon. your new boy

(; and December hear them told. There Is an old colored Quite a numb* of the people of this Oh, he means all right. Sharp as a Consumers Lumber Co. '

''l Milk produced .. __ ___-. -.21153 Ibs woman living. nearby, Aunt Maria community attended church at Providence ( tuck, but never had a hancc. Saman-

; Feed cost _____ ______________$29.83 IVSue, who used l to be her slave Saturday and Sunday. tha is trying to send him to school.

hp Products sold _________.______ 29.95 when she was a young lady. There in I J. F. Williams made a business trip We are going to try and see what we J Starke, Florida
'>'' X I The family of seven has been sup not much difference in their ages; old I to High Springs Friday, can do with him but he is so full of

; a 4 plied with plenty of milk products. Aunt Marla goes often to see her former Messrs. II. G. Crawford, Wilbur mischief, though I'd rather have aWhen

''lr Janet now hUll ulster I in club work ")URSUI'I.' "Jllrll. Richard was born Brown and Kev. 17 B. Joyner attendedthe

Both arc developing practical business in Georgia, but spent most of her days Free Will Baptist convention at '--"- -- yePh ,.

ill ability as a result of this work. This in the Land of Flowers. Her husband, Alma Ga., Friday and Saturday. They V 1'lono
will IIP If Judge J. R. Richard has been
ability of untold) value to themin I on. were delegates from Harmony church.

their future liven whether In the dead now about nineteen years, a part Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Similar, of Dukes
i I home or in the Initiiiicss world. of his life time he spent in Bradford passed through here Friday afternoon

Mattle El more, of Manatoe county, county and was one of the most prominent enroutc to Providence.T. live boy than two dead ones. No Worm an a Healthy Child

q engaging in various club activities, is men of his! day, and whose name, H. Rimes was a business visitorto Sliver, where Is that wood? children troubled wish( Worms have ao un-
$4 an outstanding dairy club member.With character and inornroy is lovingly N If aIthycolor,which Indlcalea poor blood,aDd u.
!High Springs last week. Ij., My land, where l is that boy? I'd rule there la more or lea stomach dlMurbenoe.CKOVE .
t ''1t a grade Jersey her record is as tamped on the heart of every Brads Albert Miller is on the sick list this ac had better gone for the'wood' myself. 'S TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given re u-
,. follows: ford and Union county Citizen.-John- I'llbet larly for two or three.. week. will enrich: the blood.
week. he is up to some mischief
Milk town News.PELLAGRA. Improve tbe dlDeation.end act ai a general Strentihenliut -
produced8273$20,90 Ibs. Miss Mabel Brown was in Palatka My land where l is my pumpkin pie Tonic:to the whole.'ote.... Nature will thru
Feed cost ____---.--. ___'-_. last week taking the teachers examination you sail, gone? I just set it out there to cool throw off or dispel. the worrrn,end the Cblld will rla ,
)' t4: She: has sold nothing but has kept ONLY SLIGHTLY sail under the Stars for dinner, and it's gone.;\ perfect health. Pleaanttotake.7Scperbuule.
the family of eleven well supplied PREVALENT IN FLORIDA and
t Roland Thomas made a business Stripes to anypart

with they could all the milk arid milk products In view of the fact that pellagra is trip to Alachua Saturday. of the world LONG BRIDGE Reducing the Houeehald.

_.usesr _m____ said "to be in almost epidemic form Seeber Stokes attended church at PRESIDENT HARDING has f Borne little folk were playln

ll J JI' {\I MALNUTRITION ANI PHYSICAL: throughout the South, the state boardof Providence Tuesday night. RImmed up the merchant Long Bridge, Aug. 5.-Among those Jane keeping: house." Robert was pupa,
\ mamma. After much difficulty
FITNESS health of Florida wishes it to be Murray Thomas was a business via. marine by saying that we know who attended the convention at Lake
;I._ known that far Florida t Is itor to Lake Butler Saturday aftqr- "We cannot sell successfully Butler Saturday, and Sunday managing so large a rood, Papa Rob
', ---.... so as concerned were, ert Ounlly burnt utif with: "Say, then
1" '\\t:4:: There la a striking similarity between this disease is but slightly noon.J. where we> do not carry.- Ruby Johns, Onie Rivers, George Rivers !- are too ninny chll>*i<*ii ID the familyt -

,, 'r the percentage of men rejected prevalent here.StatillticlI S. Brown made a business trip to And iow .we have a I"ftIc' Era Crews, Donald Adkins, Jessie of v"''i will brave to be the doff

as physically unfit for service in our show that during the last Worthington Friday afternoon. American Merchant Marine. Lee Dowling, Grafton Adkins
4 O. A. Thomas, of Alachua, passed! with (hip* falling under th.
Mr and
kc Mrs. W M.
K' army of the recent world war and of tour years deaths from this disease Scan and Stripe to of Hodges and
port
f the percentage of American childrensuffering have greatly decreased. But in order through here Saturday.A Importance in the world.every family, of Starke, spent the week-end

t from malnutrition. Each totals that the people of Florida may be able goodly number of the people of guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers. Dodaon's Liver Tone
Certainly the American people
;f"-- to this disease and know this community attended the sing at Pierce Crews, of this section
,, a third in its respective field. ; recognize will never permit this merchant was a
Is there any relation between the what to do to escape It, the state boardof Midway Saturday.Miss marine to decline from Ita present business visitor to Brooklyn Monday

', ) : ;,1 $fwoT health Is distributing throughout Virginia Miller is visiting rel- preeminent position. Nor will IcIf : W. T. Turner was visiting his Bon, Instead of Calomel

1. '. Malnutrition is a covert ill. It breaks the state literature describing: the disease atives in Miami. I each one of you will chip Roy, of Starke, Thursday. a

'* down bodily resistance, lowers vitality its cause, prevention' and methodof Albert Miller attended church at and tail under the Start and Wiley Kelly was transacting busi- Calomel la quicksilver. It attack

and lessens efficiency. It treatment. Providence Tuesday night, Stripe nee Bin Waldo Saturday the bone and paralyzes the liver. Your
opens
I
,, 4' '.1 the way for disease. An abundance of It is not contagious! or infectious Miss Van Cone of Midway, is visit Operators of Passenger Mr. and Mrs. U, D. Johns and son, dealer harmless sell each bottle of pleamnt
i Miss Olson Thomas. Services. "Dodaon's Liver Tone" under ing
milk und plenty of fresh fruit and The exact origin of pellagra is still of Pine Hill, passed through our burg ironclad
an
Admiral Lin. 17 Scale s..... money-back guarantee that
Ne:
W. M. Thomas of New River
unknown but recent was enroute to his brother, Lester Johns.I I it will
vegetables would materially raise the investigations by York, N. T i regulate the liver stomach and
,,1\ standard of cfllcloncy among our citltcnry. the United States public health service in this community Sunday. Matson. Navigation Coaapem, 34bo. Mr. and Mrs. Smyzer and son, of i i bowel. better than calomel without
( : Cliff Andrews, of Brooker, was hereon Cay Street. Ualumwe. MJ. Gainesville attended sickening or salivating you-IS million
::1,<, seem to show almost conclusively Muneon S team Ship Urn*.82 Bearer Sunday school bottle sold.THEY.
I" { Milk! fruits and vegetables can be that the disease Is due to a contin- business Wednesday.Mr Seat,New York N. V. hare Sunday afternoon.A -.

'l I' produced at a minimum cost in Flor. led lack, for long periods of time of and Mrs. H.( C. Peoples attended New 116.-York and....Porto'. New Rioo fork ft.N.S.Caw V7PeelAe social party was enjoyed at the I

t I ida. Ix>t's have them and let's make the necessary variety of She daily diet. the union meeting of the Mission Now Ma18. 8. Co. 45 Broadway home of Mr. and Mrs. H O. Rivers ALL DEMAND IT

'+ r i "100 per cent physically! fit" our goal No single\ article of food has been ary Baptist at Wateroak Saturday. U. S. Mal lurk 4L*.IN.. c.T.Ward .. 45 atead..,, Saturday night. A large crowd was I
; shown be the of Jim Atkins, of New River, was (tn New Y ak..N. Y. present and reported nice
,4'I' : I in Florida. It l is up to you and to me. to cause pellagra. a time. Stark., Llk* Town
Every and
or this section Sunday. Una.(New York and Ciriw Mad City
( I Mr. and Mrs.
three distinct Lacy Johns
i Pellagra produce all of this In the Union Receive It.
P COUNTY REPORTS Miss Grettis Thomas is visiting her N.r Yark,t4. Y. section, were business
M j', AGENTS' groups of symptoms-(1)( ) the skinsymptoms visitors to Rai- People with kidney ills want tl M
sister Mrs. W. M. Thomas.of New
,
ford Saturday.
Freeuaeol .
the
((2)) gastro-intestinal cured.'heu one suffers the tortures
+ Gadsden-Monday I delivered the symptoms, mouth, stomach, intestines, River Chipping Board fifan Among those who attended the par. I of an aching back relief! !Ia

last of the 20,000 potato plants furnished and the ((3)) nervous and mental Mr. and Mrs J. F. Brown visited UM maM Shipping, luur raal, area Board on moUon ririmat alet of any e) ty at U. D Johns Friday night were eagerly sought for. There are muM

by the state plant board to the spmptoms. relatives at Wateroak Saturday and :;s. peeler.A poalmaiur educational, or. oiaara- Eunice McKinney, Roy McKinney remedies, today that relieve but do

members of the boys' potato club. ((1)) The skin symptoms appear as Sunday. off,d.rat LauueLAruKcta fur Infumiatlon endure- Era Crews, Dondee Adkins, Homer 'not cure. Down's Kidney Pills have
I Inman Harrison of Worthington, InfarmaltoH Welch Gerald Adkins. brought Uotmg results to thoirn n ,
a dark reddish, scaly eruption usuallyon Bureau Room VII. 1110 'F btraat. .
passed through here N. W..VaWMr Here U Starke evidence" of their
the Sunday enrouteto ,ton.D.C John Renfroe is ill at this
exposed surface of the body, as writing.
; Marion-This county has at last organized Providence. merit.
i the backs of the hands and forearms SHIPS FOR SALJIT
't a creamery stock company __ Mr. J. w.\ Andrews Madison AYe.,
A.
( titUrmi eel,)
the feet
and Less
1 Two thousand three hundred dollars legs. often the eruption SMI KMmmt. bath< mU pad sari. nays: "I have used Doan's Kidney
r of the stock was subscribed at the occurs on the neck and other portions __ AM..db1.re.Ys. "frarttat Fortune-e -.,.",,,,..- Pills for kidney complaint and buck-
Look for the Be... .
of the body. A peculiarity of .nna-Ma4.i tap* Bacon said something like this: aches and have received floe r..ml.
meeting Ton will And It less or
I c his eruption is the fact that it is easy to uproot Torturi, makes a fool whom she I feel justified In recommending this
7 w.. NL faults than to choke them by gala For .1U1in,. of bazealer makes her d rllulC." Please note that medicine."
Tactically always symmetrical the
St. Lucie-The cotton cushion scale two sides of the body on tog virtues. Do not think of your W freight tkipt ,. all this refers to what we may. call On April Z8. 1918 Mrs. Andrew'

( has broken out here, but is being kept (2)) The gastro-intestinal faults; still less of others' faults; la )port* of the world mini all "freaks of fortune" not to wealth or sad: "I think Just the same of
sympoms every person who comes near
yon other information, tariff eminence won by one's own energy or Doan' Kidney Pills I did
under control by distributing the Australian now a.
look for
manifest what Is
themselves in good and
the strong; talents. Such
1i lady beetle. Where distributions any ./ the above uses orUSSHIPPING can hardly be classed when I recommended them before. I
'' mouth, stomach and intestines. The honor that ; rejoice In It; and your with the "darlings of fortune." have had trouble
no return of kidney
7 were made month ago, results mouth becomes sore and usually of a I fault will drop off, like dead leaves, since this remedy cured :
ne
: ; arc excellent. brighter color red. The tongue is when their Urn conies. Boa-kin. BOARD Price 60 : P""'*
sore I = Greeks Mad UM of Tin. (:. at all dealers
-
f and usually shows a cracked, fissured WASHINGTON, D.C Th Greeks In the Homeric times Imply ask for a kidney remedy t

') Suw.nnee-The club of farmers edge. Any one or a number of different Only' Partially Informed. wire familiar 'with the metal tin. Cop. Doan' Kidney Pills--the sums that

' ; who will show a carload of fat barrows > stomach complaints may be ob "It la from history that we most per t till and gold were used by Hephaestus Mrs. Andrew. had. Foster-Mil

ct at the state fair this fall, mentioned served. The patient usually complains the learn serious to Judge citizen.the future"Ye.,","replied remarked the r In welding the famous shieldof Co.._Mfm_. uq'-Io.> : N. Y _

l : last week, are all boy farmers, of indigestion. Diarrhoea is often observer "but Achilles. Twenty layers of tin were
; every day's new r*- amw *
In the cuirass of a 7Lstel.a'tdhO1reaoresr1teii -
cl /I. not the grown-ups. Three communi1,1 characteristic in that it begins earlyin minds us that history U not yet compute Agamemnon. Mo al-

I : ties are in this club, and community, the morning: and continues until the ." ..... ........ .. melon."." to tin Is found In the "Ody.S. ., rlchlng the 11...,....and. Yon energy can by eooo porlfiraU feel ka Ftr*ix
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BRADFORD COUNTTELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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t must of the. 1 bulldlngM> 1 the street part I WATER I IL ParkerCrninrat. ARTICLES 0 Tilt- 't'): ;

GET NEW IDEAS him been, t'l'uiUtt'd-thue- "lu' .. No. M >mtiram II In OH t"CRrORITO' ,
)> and S t> IITARIr GR01'FR A8/0UTI!
In Eaut ..
the, .w" 8 ft. 24. S5. 25. T. ". '
c-ntniiicp" lending: into tinre..l- W.temli. Aug. 8.-Mr. and Mr I. K. R 22 E.. ParVrr. will apply.. .. .Iv..ovcrnor; th un"I. of

di-nceM) In ,nnn,' ut ?,.. shlm. )bl>y Something to Percy Kelly daughter, Mar. ..un.... No.-R all Botithwnt Florida, .1 Tallahane. Fior. t "t. 18th .
fouml' I tho litt Quarter of lu'h..t Quartrr of Sf>uihr..t of Aoiunt ,
fsovTPOMPEII I Ihlllil" lIn. I.
that hail Lt. 1..1 ,
been 09 iris passed through here last w.k.IJ. Quartrr semi It.I." road Sw II T I R. C. '
xule. The, aim IIIIH been t<. rentore the U E2 E.. a. .. P. Btrwart. under .ln.1..h 11.11. t,
c
Think lh'ulo.ln" .h.11
About ) Viola Thomas and daughters, t'nlraa raid b ,"rr
> .
KlmpK an they w f're hefoie, the ..t acrordlni mr tp h. ..
erup! to 'law tax d.rd the .,
tion Laura and Leona, were shopping; in wi I.. tindvrurned .r. of th. Btal of Flo. P.tGE
'L'i i'j' l I. one. liicrextliiK| little on the 15th day rf Aniurt. D. Ida h.v. day aneoetatcd otiraclvea torether THREE
Recent Excavations Change Con. wine ...10"1'I hb u ('Olllll"r fining thstreet I By F. J. H'JLKER1'ACIM. Brooker Wednesday' afternoon Wltnra my official ...n..a.. .ln.. ThIS for th* purpun. of forming a hortlcvlturalcorporation =----------- -
the 11th day of A. Ft. .
lal" 19S1a.
under the I. of Btat of
1 in thlx baa been,. Mrs. Carrie "ar'n. of Ziff, spent W. tt
ception of Buried City. premnedfcn S Al.rtFRMAN. Florida .. a non-profit _".,lIn. upon tb

; 'al htnnrc koltl.. to bent water tofoprl Till. ..MUSIC.JCST . Monday night here with her son, Harvey ( CI.,1 CI.al Court Bradford C. A. KNIRIIT.('ouuri'. Fla following article of A In.n..I. to-wUt

I' with tbe beverneex! nml I the'. flre- Warren. '. -M-a-lt. IVputy Clrk Th. n.m. of this corporation. la th. .,
I. .
place' when- It HUH meU.: In thl hhop Mrs. J. I. Brown was shopping In Grower Aanoclatlon.

HAD TWO-STORY BUILDINGS wire nmiienum. drinking cups hanging when) or under wliat ctrcunv Brooker morning- NOTICE OF AIII.ItATO'FOR TA* terra Article IITher

on tin wall There are shops uhuere'uurbouis -.. the exi'n>Hslon "fuclngr theuuiusie Wednesday VXDFR op TIlECCNERAL ...1 b* no capital stork or Bald cor.ttoration .
.meet interesting Part of the Ruin. Dock Andrews, of Brooker, was in STATUTES the aam I.orvanlned a bor.tlcultural
\ houxehnld originated Is, BO far as I know nolle tbut W. Moor .
utrnxlU were sold. H..h. riven P. aanoelatlon. for |> under
I n.t
Uncovered by Recent Excavations..... In one there were brllllr.'I1".a of unrelHtetl. history, hut one thine 1 la this section ]last week. ra.h.., of lax .al* eentiVlcal., fmrnbvrvdnr the I..of the Stat. of Florida ...d.f.hi .
Director of Naples Museum 'riluin Miss Alva Thomas is spending >rctlvrly lee. 212. 212. 214. I."r Vr th. tMiae* fvr which It la onrantied ar*. to ton*
beautiful> <( It is : a
of the
Has <1etlgu. fil..y'IU one roost exrireo
all remain lax collector fur Hradfurd fn' Florida, vld .a meana or ...n, through itself or
Succeeded In Recovering Much of where they were dlHittvered.. IIIve l of the uuiuy iiuiiirent American- few days of this week with her sister, aid shove numbr-rrd rertlnratra rlnv dated other t co-oprrativ asuowlitlout.. for tb* pack
lh arrenth day of July. A. r>. m". tow and markrtlna of fruit and other ami 1Ji
the Original' Appearance of "A tnllll' the streets little lams that a nation apt la coining Gertrude Warren. '
Old are titan Said eertinratr In ..llt and b.. m. (lurl |.">ducta of 'ita fnemliera. and to pro.
Houses, Which Were Lost In the built. agaInst; the houses with the I'brio'ca hits cirltlnmeU. Mr. and Mr. D. J. O. Green and application for tax deed .* In accord. "Id..n .., through Itaelf f>r other*, forth \
with law. th* aid. ccrtincatna .*.," .1 di'altng In all of mer
Earlier Excavation. Image of sivne. divinity painted on the J llWi.t'C't that It had some sort of children Ruby, Joe and Robert, spent Iv .. the following Innda In ttradfordCounty. ... ,.ur. .u"I.I.. or appllanc kn' may b*

wall above. On some of these altars a military application. ] In the, egUv the week end at Dukes visiting Mr. ;. .. aaaenied at th. dat of th* I nu'o..a,y. .I or *onvenlent to It* mem.bcra. (
;
are iffcrlnirx made using, lint sit meant list soldier 1..0. .".1 ..tn..I. th. n"m. In the ..I.lv.llnn. production and ahlp
( to the
Hec-enl excavations$ at 1'01ll1'l'1I'e dolty. They a and Mrs. Willie Parrish.Mr .pertlv1y ...In." .. .I."I"lp aM .1 ping and m..btn. of Ih.l.""ou.l. and far ,
a very different Idea of the nnclent have been preserved under glass case*. should always fsce the front where I *. Viola Thomas and towltiCertiflcat .u.1 . m.1", own. . deal I la 1 i'
) and its life according The front of many of the houseswere the blind was .playing and where the ehidrn.Lura' No. lff cmhracea. Tft.....tOtiarter .1 "I"e real and peraonal property and 4 ;
city to
UdwnrdJloMiiHon Leona and spent Sunday of A"._. ... exept 1 In th. power t borrow money and .
director of the Metropolitan' clHhnrntclT decorated with frescoes. action was going' on. Crl.l. SK e. *. 84. Tp B., R 21 E 86 mortgag lla property t used* the payment

Museum of Art of New York who Thrxe too wilt remain where S e at hOle of Mr. and ..-.. K. L O.II. Nrirlhw Of Mm. Artlrl HITh .

Los jutit returned from a vIMt theic.. they arc Instead of being> removed to There are, MS I understand. It, only Mrs. 3. IT. Brown. 0"..II..I... .No. Quarter.mbr.and North Half prlneipat plao* of hualnr of saId Aorlatlon .-

.TllOlll''bo have seen the the muxeuni Ht NapJe The, character of two explanations for a studier being Tom Markey and Inn Thomas attended of Northwest Quarter Sec S*. T T, 8. R 22 I I. to I. In Blarke. In th* county vf
. previous txraiatlons ed Taul Urn .
E. 12fl
acre aaa *
Bradford Blat nf Th of
the huUtHij varies somewhat but shot In the hack church at Graham Saturday.Carlias Fnld. m.ln.
have a recollection of one* Certificate No flR embrarea four acre In th. member of this .. .
Mory lulldluga With straight plain, among those so fur uncovered tlie largest One Is that cine. of tils own men Carter was in Brooker on NW Cor of Bant. Half of Roulhwet' Quarter at *.10 rlae* not 1 lena than one. In each month.Artinl. ,
A for
of I
wall I In front. The new excuxutlons sloth finest have !the Interior dccorated too excited to take proper aim, wounded Thursday.Mr. "..Nnrh1. Q".e.8. R f.E., S acre*. a.h".h..._. Tb. for which .this IV corporation shall 2

'with the work more BClt'btUluull done! with wall paintings.:' him unintentionally. The! other, la and Mrs. W. R. ,, and I.nnl. Rlrkion. ..., la fifty" (ftO) year* from lbs data of the .
)
"III the, Interior. of of the that be Jodt (.PII..I. No. 214 .m\r..North Half of I..n.of patent. C
ebow that Pompeii was a town of two- many hud Ills, hack to the enemy children church at Graham Qu. A .. Quarter of 'I t.. V

story buildings, with little balconies holmes Prof Splmirxoln. ha* dlxcov.T and was running/ sway Sunday. at..nlot NortheMt 0.. a F .t Half of NorthwotQuarter Thai any peraon who. a "na.I' grower
|. Mililltlon.\ to the control court Northwevt Quarter of NorthweatQuarter. may become a member of upon
at tie rout above picturesque\ awulngIlke with The fttllww that in facing the ttualc Mrs. Alice Oliver and Mrs. Ira Colon S.27. T. 1 B.. R t B, 240 a.N*. I being elected t m.ml..hlr thl .by the m mber :
projections over the More front. the perlxtjle a little garden.Koine never J gets hit ID the ""('k. sieniemied htnw.Unirma *. i r rf
of tliexe are hardly, larger than and'lon., Clyde Colson passed said ccrtlncatea .1..1 be redeemed a. VITlial
I
litre large doore opened on to the That la just as true off the Heldof cordln to law, tax deed l*>n. thereon on the Are', ansI the propertyIntereata
street. In the gardens at the rear oftb the top of a good-nixed. : tahle. From buttle as It Is on it. And It proves through here Sunday enroute to Gra the 15th day of August, .1. 1E21. rf .each.I .every member of thlaAftaoclation f

the flower houses roots of what tuust hn.. that there' I. onlr one way to fight and ham.Evan t July, A. P. 1OT1. .1 elt Get
teen ,good-syed| trees have been. found the wall* he him. bit rued the. varieties that Is facing the foe squarely. HooVe and Dave Green attended Ih e" O. W. ALUFRMAN The bunlneaa and affair VI lids earparatla a

the Orat evidence thut the ancient of the flowers\ the Inhnhltnnts of I'ompell S a a the party at N. D. Johns Sat. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County. Fla. hall I b* transected by a board of dlmctor 'erhadtacked
knew and hits replanted" the (Bush) 71661S12.NOTICF and a TrMldent and VI. Prealdentl aaldPreelilrnt
city was provided with trees. The gardens You never can evade' HEAL trouble urday nIght and Vic President ihall also h ,

)house fronts have been restored ; doors beds with,nearly the flowers 2.IMMI! jeiir that.* ago de('oruttedthe. The! Tou may defeat It. You may J. Goodgre .a visitor to Brooker OF APPI1CAT1ON FOR TAT DEED of President 1'1.1"and and VI.each p.ld.nt. ..of."''e.llr teeof

and blinds to the stores h8 overcome what FR BFCTION ala OF THE
\'e been Heems Insuperable. Saturday. UM> tlm salt oll. b* a member of f
resurrected 1'011I1..11| before was dead GENERAL STATUTESll.v.ip thla. Aennrlatlon and In .. and ,
met
In But
put place, and In the little gardensIn to do that you have to FIGHT Messrs. Willie
I'rof. Spliiurr-olu; In It | and Wiley Adklna thla Aaanelatlnn shall also have a Secretary
the, making u HVIIKthine. F.wudl notlra la irlven that a. t ,
courts of the bouses' flower ." It. not FEAR It. of Sampson were here Saturday purchaiier of tax pal. eertlflcate numbered and Treasurer both of .11.1 office may b*

gardens have, been set out on their' I And the bent way to tattle anything respectively I. 7*. "H, ".. 0.. eft. Sf1. lout. fillvd b,on and th. .. '...n. Th* number youryour
original lines. II I O. W. Thomas and O. II. Warren 11K 114. 116. 1*". Ida, 170. itt 176. 176. 182.1B4 of eltn. of thla Aniorlatlon ahall be \'
Is to face It squarely, fight It pent the week-end in Alachua I"". 1H. 18H. 11. 206. 20B. 2W1. SOB. SOU ."..I A.I.Uo. w.ho.' amendment ri.
Hard to Get Guards. iiiiiimiiiiiiimiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiimiMiiiii fairly. on sin III. pea luued h, the Tax Oil lector. ol' of Ita ... may at any .. by a 'yold .
I business.' ( said certlfmalea be. two-thlrda vote lla director. Increaa 11
The new If you ever saw two boxers In tIe, l.d.r "unl" FI.rd. .
excavations which are July said eertl.ficatea director, may at any tlm. .r., oke
along the Important Btrada dell' Ab- CHICAGO UNIVERSITYHAS I ring and one of them fought with W. W. Brown spent Monday afternoon In en.office "IR. .. '.application Increasing .ne. .. by a similar vot. li a
in Starke fnr tax deed bu In aoeordane with law. board of director. decre*** Ita directorate'
the businesa.Little
"bondanta )had not been side of his body towards the transacting .
opened' to the i Bald certlflratea reaneetlvely emhraeea the aid, director* .h.1..fit i but at no tlm shill tineIbert
.public at the time )Ir. Itohlnunn visited YOUTHFUL PRODIGY other you will hate noticed perhaps Willie Mae Brown was 'on : 'oll..lnl lands In Bradford county, florlria 1h. number dlrvelor. b* Increued .
that the who at th* o.l.. of the of auchcertificate a greater number than nine, nor dereaned t
I'ompell. One reason! fur. the de man fought sideways the sick list ]last week. In th. .u.n., hereinafter a 1 leaa number than thre*

lay was the difficulty of obtaining a never landed a blow with the hand Mrs. Ida Gondgre spent Sunday afternoon I particularly' art nm.'n"l....It' That the .m.and realdencea of the officer .

rufflclent number. ,if that was farthest from his opponent.If Certificate No 8 Bouthwot Quarter and director of thIs Aaaoclallon .h ar
( men to act ..
as 1'.
Mrs. B.
visiting; Thomas. of Northwest Quarter C Northwent Quarter to conduct th. business for th* flrnl and '
guards to safeguard the new discoveries. he tried! to .strike with It hiscompetitor Horace and Gentry Stokes andn D. of Rvuthweat leaFier Dec. 81. Tp. 48.R ., antl their aucccHwora shall ..,elected. in a

The frescocB on the walls the kn.w long enough!: In advance 10 F.. 70 acre*. a.....l.n. William .h.1 .*. ..offta*. rA )tofIzich
.
Polk of Brooker were in this section of R. Howr. *Stark. Florida
Certificate' No. 28 1. 1..I.n"
contents of the hounes 'and even some to thoroughly guard himself Nnrtbenut Quarter Bee br.H., .Tp E.ft R.1.lr. I. 18K. I.. ',.... VI. . Btarli. Fla3m .

(.f the excavated bodies.. bate, been left gainst It. effects.Tlie Sunday. HO ... *...ed B. P. T lc>aCertincate < Wlmnn, Becretary-Trvaaurer. itarka,

where' they were found InMctid of being well-trained' boxer fares the Mr. Viola Andrews spent one day QuaHer No. M, Bee.embracea BO, Bouth"R., R Half 21 F of., n.rlria.nireclor' I R. t. f..r. L. C. Preacott, 0 '.

tuken to nuiRpums as. was thepnictlre music. He stands. squarely In front last week with Mrs. Mamie Johns, of Nn.h.acre*. ...ed J. n RI.1 '*.te.Certlflrat Welmann, Cl. C. ( J. IUnderbill.. 1
New River No .04 N 1-8 of North.wet Bronk.. A. Btcrn of 1..k. Florida .J
.1
In the work of. excmutlooclone of bU. adversary where' either hand Quarter of Northcant.mb. .QuarterIN 1-8 A. witness .h. .'. .. the .Id Incorporator -

,prevloiiHl' BH. the Italian authorities will have to travel the shortcut possible Allen Thomas attended the party at A I. Com .1 NE Cor Nnrlheaat Q.an., ofNorthweat and member of this Aeaoelatlon,
Quarter, rim W 1VJ ydt., 8 14' haa hereunto affixed hie band and seal! on thl
Imve fix M't tniiiti no anIlOhlIlllflCIlt distance to 'lend.S John Colson's Saturday. .
2.. ydn.. 182 X of HIP
would not. "II ll'ii'lN the nn- man who turns away from from her son, .'. E. Brown, who is a>.eed No O.n4 C. embrace BappCertificate E 22 1-2 A of I.GIO.C. I'RIIOT WPIMINN (1..1.1..1! it

lure of. new frescoes, except, to fn\: ,, trouble, who tlilnka, to escape It by stationed 'at Portsmouth, Va, stating Northeast Quarter of Boutbeata Quarter, Be*. f. ".1
that tbl'II", to riMimln on the built! avoidance, who dnem't face It brave'ly 0. Tp. 6 B.. K IS E, 22 acrea, .sseisr Ana I.. UNnFRHILU (1..1
that he is liking the fine. A. HtlONKE,
i.
IngH ,ln-ie. Ihl' w,'re \ and Indicate lack of navy 1.1.1. .
) orlglnully plucetl miinfully a No. 08 embrace* Bolitheaal Quarter A. RTF.RN (Seal) .- _.
I're\IliuM exciiMitlon I III I roinpvll, ,, I, felt' cournue nnd an aliHenre of judgment.Nothing Evan Hodges was in Graham section .r.,1..1.., ... Quarter of Nortbeaut Quarter Btate of Fiorina.' County of Bradford I --

I till, I If of..tI hid, )bi s .\..t I".'..11 IIIII'\'rl'( '
were. 'In the \':"'ltPtlI pnrt, of the to'n.In eiicdiiruKi'ini'nt" tlmn the evidence Mrs. Viola] Thomas is in receipt ofa E., 27 acrea. a I ...d Bertha Price. r.eo, Welmann, O. C. L. tlndrrhlll.A. I
this' letter No.. till emhrarea Went Half ofNortheaat nronke, A Stern, who, ;. duly wnrn. "1 1Genuine
pitrt mm the "Torum. which( whUh you unity dishing of a from her son, Durrey CartC'r.who In.Quarter of Northrant Quarter A each by blmaelf.. Baya that. .b>.1",1.. hi. ? .

\\I'IIM I lie,
The, Ktntdii (di'll Ablwiiidntiyn" run from, ; Mnny a man tin* won a fleht after Panama Canal Zone stating that he North Half (if Hoiith"'eat Quarter fif NortheiwtQuarter. BI'AHKF CROWFItfl' AlfOr'ITION.' for th. I
.' 17 11,>. 8 S.. H. 'IS E.. SO acraa, ii..and purpoeee th..ln
Hie I "rlllll to I tht* e.t re'nie. Koiithi'iiKtern ii.. lute. loHt It "Imply! becniiHe his opponent Is gettingalong- fine and is liking theservice ueaMKl It.. W. Willlatn Bul'.crllM' and sworn to t.ro.me this 18th

corner. of the, town w hi-re"" tlie, gil te up" when, he waR not defeated. CVrtlflcate N.. 100 embrace* Bnutb' n.1 olBinithwrat day of Jun. .
in that IU21.IVERPT JotiNit.SEA.I .
HlniililtlioilKT.. .. country Quarter Quarter' of of N..h..t BnuthvaM Q"Quarter.. < Notary. I'uhl.. '

"This I "X<'II"II.I( led" Ix In the. must In- TIo..r.'n... only, on* titan on the .- .Nu..h..1".1 l Half of Nnrthrart Quarter. nl.lh.. tQuarter. Mv eommlnvlon eNptrea. July 10, lel q.

ti-rcNlliig' pint of. t the minxKUH :Mr.Itolilimon. KhlpN' of ('<'hiinlni' who really mnde Life. Bee 17, Tp it.. It. 16 F. 00 annum, '7-8-Bt-N- -
afw >*iied lTnknownCertificate -
"Th..rK WIIK lii'iiiin III the t trip, from Spilt, In to I the new world "Toulil mnu. tin-re Is nothing worse No. 118 embraces Nnrtheam Quarter TO ANn DEBTORS

1K11 1 1 inn) until I quln-i "recentl iy t the III'1V \\". nnd thnt wits rolmnriti liltnuclf. All high life on a low nalnry).,. ,mild of Northeniit ".r.,. Bee. ?. Tr. 6 H. RF NOTlrl( .I.nn rnt''IOR'"... having claim'
tan 20 40 ann,. a..eai.d M n. M F.. Clark. .. etat. of H Drttn.. lat. nf
eviiMitcd: <| ((4' rlrt till ii not( linn the other quit iliif" tiefrtrt, . the, uliore, ( wl"e innn who In ulwiij' Kh'llIl ml- Certificate No. 114 .imhrare NitHh.a Quarter the county th.of Ilradfoid. .'. of Flnrlfla de.eeaned. .

open" to t the, public. It \\IIK to. (HIM. of San Snhnilor was. .Blgbted.. Tol- vice. "(flu, I don't know," replied 'the of Norh..1 Quarter Wmt Half of .1 preent their claims duly uthentlcated .
..". Hee 31 I. Tp 6 5. R 20( ailmlnhtralrlx within .
'
been' "''''11'1' thin fprlni.. 1'1.lIl'k. iitnlni" won liwntiw, lie IIp\r turned joung' innn Who knew u thing or two E.N. 120.arm Q..r.ame.ed M n. M R. ClarkCertificate . one I year or un.I."lln.d. forever tarred

IH. hclnu, comliK'tfil, hthe il'li'dor of huts' hook to tlie, dllll/::.''''. never took lilnmelf, "It's no' worxe Hum low life No. lift enihranea RoutlieaNt. Quar.ter And all Denuina Itidihtcri. t the sail **tat.

the iiiiiNi'iini III : I rrufcxHnr. VitI Isle fr belwnjH of R.u'h..1 Quarter. B*>c. 21. T.,. 6 B R. a required to pay Ihrlr maid' drbti to th* Xi'p'eH.. eyes / nil P.. 40 an. aiweeaed Mr*. M Clark. aid AdmlnlMratrli forthwltjiIald .
I lorlo !Stil; liii 7.7.oii. iitnl 1 uhcreim" 1 the enrJler fiiof-d the mtiHlo.lliere (rertiflrat' .No. 1811 embracea, 1.. tho.a.ittlSu'te'Tui . thll, SUIt' dxy of June. A T> 1 J1MAHY of Aspirin,.

eKciiMilliig I '''n''' done,. In n more r an. t tan ripleiidltl, memorials fif Boulhweat Quarter of BnuthweitQuarter IJOUSBA nURMNfl.' directional

,nr. !".q biiplinxiir*
to the w (tk the, inowt miMlrrnprcut One Is I the ut sit tie' of Columbus In front troubled with Worm BW Cor of Northweat Quarter of BouthwectQuarter NOTICE OF APPlICATION FOR TAK PEE b '
A ploillKy lens. been Jlwovered Al chld"D h. an un A N .. W
jouihflll run lit ynV, I tin yil 147ycl
>Kvt' >N I In exoixiitlon uml obwnalinn ... nt the I'lilversliy of (Mtlcngo.: of the \grt-ut: teniiliinl station at Waxhlngr ". ci.,.hl Indicate. isa,,bkHKl, suit ass ... I 110 yd* I Imr.. f"t, !*. Til. I I B., R ItE. TRuER I.FNtRAL.BFCTIt.N STATuTES 176 OF: THE a "Jhlltu"

of. .result", ninl, him. aifteilvery' ; I Wemlcll I Ilarnett I (KIM'! IMIls: avenue.C'hlciigo. / GKOVE TASTUJSS CHILL TUNIC liven Kill CrtlflcnU, No 14H embrace* W 25 2-8 ft ofTxit I I. hereby riven th.t J. M. Conner, I
pnrtlcle of e\ ""'111' n" lln ,ork prn- the only young innn nt tint ":,';,,11 On" by, Joiiqnln Miller. If you .rly fur tw."iii.week will enrich Its,, tuluud. I A 7 of Illk 17. Ortirln.l Town ...f flt.rk., ru.I.Nolo...,' of tax certificate, No. B8. dated Ih. ili! .mn Itl
l.rreased 1 HO thiit no elate klinulil be cunnot go to Me one you can surely a.a giettturst8irrnugtb. In. Norlheaiit Quarter of Hnillhw QuarterK.c ilk day of July. A. I. 1BI" ha filed saidr.rttfl.at. Iwo. an< fl
university In short troiixcrs luixbluxhed 'mp.thedllaan t' IH! T.... II B R I'l r... _aed Theo TUonCertificate In my off' and baa mad appll-, .1.
.
Ii lHt. III tbut wiiy he' IIIIH micccmledIn , read the other without great trouble. .10. t .hol.y.l.r. Nature will hen In accordanc .thr
*
to .al
mimvii for the entire qimrler.He throw off or dtonnl, No 170 embracea R..th Half ., ration for .n d. *' sell, I
I ,n-cu\erlii( ,; iii tel, of the orltrlnnl,, I "iip- BchmJ. In S perfect FleMJul m..n.hh.Cblld.ll* South Half of ,Urt I aV Boiilh Half of I I.' 10 with I.'. Bald certificate. cmbrarea Ih. fid.lowing Id. I PR
liVe ratice (,if t tbe old liousrH. a Ii"kit w us piuluutctl I from a high If daiipor threatens you FACB IT. I "elth. f Ik.t *x N 12 A.. .... 7. Tp 78., K. 20 F. 48acre 1..I.d I'""" .1..1' In Bradford mak o
Indlnnn at the ii.i( of 14. remained out *. aetted J. M Bhaw, Jr.Certificate ..uo'P.' .1..1.. Iwll' tOII'C' !
! Restores of Woodwork. of u school for u )"lIr If hate lout NOTITK OP APPI irATION FOR TAX DEEIIUNDPR !A.t 4. Bee 7. Tp 7 B, K. 20 F.. 40 acre*. ... I.,. Bee. 11(1( To. 5. B. H 20 K. Th. ..ld .
Shape the arts mid I lltcriiture, xchool of. t isaUuuiversity joti your Job or your HFCTION In (,iF THB ...." 1.. T. Bhaw.. being, ann.n.ed at the rial of th. ..... ofuch
"Many jeniH alto the procesn of of Chlcngo'' lust April, when money or even 3.uur sweetheart IlUt GENERAL STATUTES .(-rln..I. No. 178 pmI.raep. I..t. 8 4 oIllk eertllteat In th n.m.of Je*.. ( .r.n.
pourliiK! plaxler In the Kplll''' occupiedby ' olil! He hiss not decided on the bent front you know how and N.tl. (I. h.n>lir slv.n that Mn Lois. Crw .. ('It,. Bee. 8, Tu. 7 5.. R. 20 ..''d...rilul.h.1 ,lan b* '..m" according on- Kx'lat
: I. .
15'4 years perch,.., of tax etrilnVftt No. RO. th. E. ; to I.d .11 .
n lend body till I tluis olitnlnlng. n hut bin work In life shall lie. His battle whatever elrcumntance. present, 7th day of July. AD. 1915. .I..maUl i ie .rl.-. .embrace Lota. R 9 10 th* Nth day of ..... IUICI.Wltnenn and. seal thl* w WiI'D te
cHat WIIHinplo>'i'il by "I'rof. Splmir.-; I Itself. face to face .rtlfla.t. In mr I.und hnii mmd .ppll- It 7 In Ward City Beo S, Tp 78 my official( lgnatur' I
trousers. -
first Interest. I IR In donning long .., R. 20 E, aanwied (1. M. J. For..yTh ,h. lIb d.y July. yvt
Ion deed lt
far U* to liwu 'In MMordana Itnii. Inl f. VV"A'LOERMAN.
r.olii. lie bos used the mime inethoilM, It I". related by> Sir Hiarles Napier. . .
.
with law Bald c rtlnrat. mbnuMa. the folInwlnv I "ce.
with carbonized* wood and In that tlmt by fearlessly facing a tiger he iltuaUd In Bmd Certificate. No IRa embrace* Bouthwent Qua.. (Broil lark: 'Irruit: ("r C .

way has' been able to restore. the shapevf DO NOT EAT RATTLERSDoctor Kent It
much of the woodwork of. the JunKle. If he had turned away In the F. Half of Northwest Quarter., Qu.r. T. H.u.h..t. .. .. Quarter of ,

bounce. The result Is that wheie the I .slightest, cleirree he" would have .beer. K. 1* F... 120' acrx. ta. laid 'land l hem lnva Bmitheaat Qu. .. Bee 22 Tp. 7 B.. It. 20 FInA .. !NOTIC OF AI'llrATI. "OK TAX PEED OC
Bryant Denies That King i .M.a.d at the dat of the I.n.n.of aoehccrtlncat ... anaevaed UnknownCertlneat Lushes 77 (Inl OF THE ers /
purts of I the uncovered In the, killed. No 1H4 embranea 8outhw Quarter '
town\, i In ,t nam of John Cr.wiUnlfaa rn.FNFRA.: : HTATIITKSHereby
earlier excavations are In the condition Snakea Go on Hunts. The I'xalmlKt. nays, "Thou madest laid .. shall I W rxWaeaordinir Wet 1.1 of tkiulheaat Q.... Roe S., nolle I I. vlven that E. W. Itayea.prchaner .

of the .dcMtstated towns In One of Vncemlte National park's, him (rnnn) to bate dominion over the to I... tea djwd will Iwiiw th.n. Tp. 7 .8.. I E, 240 annum aMemed Unknown nf lax ..1. ..rll... numl." reetlvely ,
on the day of Anin t, ltd.Wltn .. M M1SF
most Intel-rating. wmkeH. Is the king works of hand. Thou hast .l.h Certificate No 18fl embrane Boufhwejit Quarter I .(. 4", 1(12. lOS : KR. 10. !
France, only brick and stone walls Thy put nut oir .lal alvnatur. aval I this of 111114. burned by Ih* tat .ollee.tor f. Brad .
Ktundlng( In ruined (condition with the ,,"uk... I octor Hrjant. who will be toile all things under his feet." th. lltn day of July A. D. 1 11O .e R of, Northeat.. annexed Quarter,UnknownCertificate fiec. S. Tp.. 7 8., I county' I I'lorhla : ald ..rll.."40, illS
21 40
thln'seanon., declarex .. W. ". inn and ItO Iwlea day JJ
of the nature guliles: One .f the truest things ever mid AI.DIRMAN. ) IBII d.l.d fl :
newer methods tbe models. of the ( Clerk Clral Court. l.dro"Cn.p. F. No. luff .br..No..h.. Quarter of July A. 1010.( and filed the > cer.tlflralea .
that Its beautiful handings of the telegramwhich (Sash) of Northwtut Quarter A Eaat I.I of Bouth 1. .. It see.C .
framework doors mid ."butters! of thehouNes by a politician was l .. In otic and h. road application
whit Quarter. Be*. 1*. Tp. 7 1 B. E., 120
have been reproduced and the white, liltKk and red remind him ol n state of !Maine man sent toa aiMMaed Unknown.CertffleatJt I. I for tax deed Hi bnu In ceordanc with law. Sjt'
The ertlnc' r.SruV.tiV.ip' emtirar. th*
the .heuilvvoik of the Mojate Imlliinx olArizona. l'andlcJatUl'metnb"r r.OTirF OP APPIICATION FOR TAX DECOUNDER No. 1H8 embrace BotithMWt Quar. .Ie .h or.
result Is a mud, more life-like appearonce ( tln'Kpnlrlng BBCTION S7I OP THBGENERAL roll.lnl ,lamia '1 Bradford county. Florida.
Northea
t
tier *
snnke wall a gn-ut N.r. > O".r. Quartertf nf th human of naldcertlAcate
The king at the *
of shut the town imixt have been clod hale a quitter. ITATtE 0". .. *. 17. Tp. 1 R.. R d.1. .
I.a...
1 In hereinafter
before It wits tlewtrojed"From favorite of forty-niner! gold mekers.Finding Everbody': hates.. a quitter. A man Hereby nol.I I. given H. Hill, pnrehener F.. *, annexed E II JoneaCertlficat particularly* Bet..m.forth raneetlvelr towltlCertl | '

It throughout; the, country rosy hove and gain applause but si of .I. rtlAeatea. numbered repeetlvely *- . No. 191 ..West Half ofBoilthwevt I : two-thlrtlM. to tbreelourthnof SN. aal of 11505, I 6H TO, 71, Quarter of Boutheant Quarter, fleeS4 Corn at point DO ft of :
the, Strntlu ilell AbhonilHiiiiU has, infested by rnttlexiiiikes' wniKe' stories quitter rlown't get even njmpHihv. 'te. SZ. HS. 04. III. ..t. of :I" : IIT the Tp. 7 8, K I R., 20 acrea, .. ,.0 J. E U.k I.a Bin, and run r IDS lP f.c.84 ft. N ::
with tlie ready bliss ginit t ii,ut of thai collector for ,' Flnrlila. ToneyCertlficat. Main Then W
Knee the I lght a flirht 0 II.d'o" 1116 ft to nt Main 64
beeu I'rof :$plnnrxolii, : mll"I. .
uml
eated.:( 1..H maid .certlflcat ftC. dai.lJn. No. 208 embraeen Bouthwent Quarter
its hunts fin ft to In re erv* Iaka
expects" to continue until tbe whole. time. were. HOOII tnld of Then, win or l I.. yon will doriCyourself 4. IvIHIl said eertlflratea 7.bn", rut, TS of Morthweat Quarter, H.' I 11 I. Tp 7 B.. tier on.F ..I".M.lln'a. Half of, 10, n"t.*.

street Is un.\.I...,!. I'rof. Spliiiix:..ln big rnttlers! TliM. .viiniH llnnlly ( rjstalllzeil th> credit of 'ryllll tl" 1..lIt 'is. Ml. 81. >4 and R blnv dated ,t 7th dar U 22 R., 40 arrea. anaeaner) Mra. Ellialieth c 80. T. 1 II. K 20 F., ana.Hi.d Inkn.wn.C..in.1 .
or ". A. D. and Faa the aa'deertlfieate
inountalrxuperxtltlon. ,
Into the well known lul. ( No. illS embrace* Quar.
bus' pro\er| that the hoiiHes. were" t\l'-' yon knew how of \' b that In Ip oll. and has made anpticatinn Ill.c.II. ... No lOl embrarf All He*. 14Tp $0, Quarter .N"rh.. .T. 6 H..

story IItnlelu"M.1,111', It was' pie\loun-" was In you nr 1..lna. down perhaps;, for tam t lu In aeeordaiwith I.. R. 2 F" 640 acrea. axewwd Paul' It. 1H F 40 .... anaeiuud Unknown.
.
The king snake locx eiit othersnakes but out. law, th* maid ..rll... reaplively ... 8_. Certificate 104 embracea NorthwentQuarter r is tn.
ly supiioMed thut I'ompeU wits a nm never embrace the 'tend ,InItradford Certificate No. 206 embraoe* Rant. half of of Northwent Quarter. .Bee. DO, T. 9B.
hut It la surely nature fukln .. Florida. _.d Northeast Quarter *V Northwet Quarter of '10 fed
and the oc<'axloiial at th* date R. Itt E., 40 acre*. .4 unknown
story .
town that starts oUI of the laeuane* of said eertlfteat In th Quarter Northeant, Quarter of
to that It delllierntel N.rh..1 Certificate No 18A fracl Northwest to OM
two-Mory buildings: shown In the old wiy hunt for the rattlexmike, .BitPoctor >., THE CHEERFUL OEV ..m.respectively .In.t.particularly let .. Quarter aV West Half of 8outhw Quarter. of Ilk i, B. .m..n.1.. 16 a. Beg ata .
on u forth towltlCertlflrat Quarter Boiitheant Quarter. Ben. 16, Tp 7
exca\'atl'Hi were exception, ;. He lists MMMHMMnMe ** ** ** point S ehna W of NF<:. of Bouiheant 10111.t
8.. It 22 E.. trio acre*. anaeaned Paul Droa.Certlncale .
Itryunt. No. 55. *al. f emhraen* Quarter of Be*. 21 Ii R 10 chnn W toK 000I -
""I. ,
thaI) shown that then1. were little \ clutt 100., No. 20H emhravea Nnrtheaat Quar.ter K. thence N K .aldBuulheant
Therd', 41 .red Norh.. Quarter of Norh. ,. of on R line to N In. of
I'onl.'S overhanging tbe stnet. llttJelogvtlas Quarter Rec . S, It 22.Rant. .P... I." of Norh..t Quarter .South Quarter, then. F. to 1 Also 6 It.
wen Fishermen Rowed 120 Miles In Boat. up twitVtolUs 10, acre.*. anened Sarah 11.1 Tp 7 ., I 1 Rant an. A In the Earl f.lt of W" Half of NorthanlQuarter oor.
opening'' iui' the slreetH us After being M-parated from thruchiMiner No. H7 Itl.c.rln..1 f 9. 5. 4. ... Paul Rma.Ortlflral of InUlh..1 Quarter. 21. T. 6,
In muny Italian towns of t.uiiuy. Most I: cvr\t esc"pxs- the" Nnrtheant.. of..Nn.tQu.r. No SO* AH, S.e.I.28 H. K 22 F.. acre*. amv.aa..l I.. KingCVrtlflcate .
AJf I 11..u..lle anI/l lnmlle I Q.ar. 1 rlml.
InI fog 7 B. R. 22 E, 640 amed .
s Tn
,. Bee. E. .. : No. 1811 , acre
I. T. a .
(if the, with nwnlnglike .ml.n.
houxe*' )bail.. khopH, I. R I .
: Mulxp. Iislu<'ruui<'n. rowed. lai:! ) tris' ph..ce.But ..d Unknown. Bros.ertISat.. com at NW ('.r of r.,, It.. 11..k.I

."Street projectloim.. doors. hifte' been .restowd. with miles In an 0'|''''' hnut.l1I811y/ arrlvlnnat tr\er except in t.n.Certificate. Se10.No.. 8. .mhraei f.. It. I Tot. ... In 10 W.acre.*.. : .7 8., R. No.tt K.210. 640 anna*, All., .:Paul 24 1 .I..1(1.(.ft. to puhll land road of N.and l>. run llagaman.ibm lb.,.11, 1

OnbartiH" An triillu. The Ki'h.ioiicr.nfter ) crowded Unknown. HroaCertificate .along said land 2nl ft. thence s: 4"10 ft ..
it.,' 1 I brtinre bolt and loe'kn' '" No. lit embrace* A I.
original _\'rlll dulys| hud) f. road tlwne 8 alonK maid road hey Too
He wood but, the II seiirdi, of Certlfloat No. 70 .mran.s fu.t Quar.er Half" of Au.h..' Quarter. ".. Tp. T 1.1.! '. B 22 T. K. 22. E., 8 *,
doe not rcplnce the I rttKer of Bo.ilh.ant I. I 1. I. acre
retm-ned to Sltlni-v", with her Hug albnlf like Quarter "f R 22 F. ) .. .** **.d Paul HroaCertificate an *ied Morrla.crtlo"ntn .
doori are put up In the. )planter cnxts the hvm Sec. 12. T I H.. K. 22 K.. 10 anrea. aaManedGen No. 228 embrace* N..h. Quar. ( Jo No I4H' ,embrace 8 A In

.'xaCII)' us they ",'ere In tbe \11"1. 111I<**_ _ _ _ _ 1 Certificate J ArnnM No. 7 1 mnliracea ,feet I*. Wood- ter eant. nf Quarter Northeant, of Quarter Northeant Kn.Q..n.. 1.1 e'Be*Bouth. 22, Con of boil l.u'h..t Quarter ft II by .f A Boulheant K Q.Nf,'..

Closed' by Wooden Shutters. 1.000 Miles, to Get New Shoe r'ce lawn See. U. T ft S.. R tt K. 10 acre, a*. Tp S S. : in 7, 11TUmpaon 1'.T. 6 8.. K. 22 K.. II .:?.. *" ;
Drove ; ; :
flhaw ,
theshops nei Herman ,. .
that Tdpv
absow I mown.lnlia
"The discoveries 1''c. :'Ilv'M:
new ISciUiiwe: Irll. 4 I.. I 'o Wl'relHUlilly i-bwcd. on the xl'eilal' sltiies 1 .hI'.l> '","I tier hUM .. II. T t 8.. I 2 E.to e.n" to d.e will ,.. thereon on corrllnif law tax deed .1 kipuetiurr.ufl, . on
Street fronts by hrll''flOfI.'n shuttersmade ae**.d Unknowc.fertlflcate .h leh dy of .u. A. D IH21 he itvth of Auau.t. I>. 7UZIWltnen .
bund IIrofrolll KiinRii.v.: .. 1,155 embrace 'lot III. R official alrnatur sal thin ..
cbiMetl, No It ** mp my ollleial' *i"natur* and leal this
of xlnte. whlc-h opened and miles to bine n shoemaker. In fJri.nclJunctbm. a 2$. 24. 21)). 2.. T. I S. R U '.. Town of th* 12th day of July A. D mir. 2Blh day of July, A. D. MUlCl i' ii,.
like modern blind, When the shutters saC !l.awta'v. E of Ry, Jone*. W. ALDFRMAN, W. AI.I>FleMAN. h '
fiixtened . C'c Jo., fit her The trip Certificate No. M-. itt. flee 2ft. Clerk, Circuit Court, Bradford County, Flu uSual flerk: Clmult txiurt7298WII84. ,

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eyes are opened, let the roads run f 1 Lane, the Brunswick Victrola dealer, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye came over Dogan N.bb was visiting his sister Mrs. Erla Roberts passed through
rj 1 Bradford County Telegraph their own business. But we have foolishly statianed, out beyond the gator zone from Jacksonville and spent Sundayat Mr. L. L. Johns, of New River Friday -:! here enroute to Graham.

--- - --- jumped into an abyss, from gave a fine concert on one of his sweet the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. and Saturday.Mr. I Misses Clinton Smith and Earltoq

Published weekly and entered as which we cannot escape and there IB toned "Vicks". Mr. McLane is loving Blanchard. and Mrs. Bert Johns, of Starke,I Faraday were visiting friends here

jj '! second class matter, at the post no help in sight. We will. have to eat over the north shore of the lake, and Constable J. H. Lowery was. transacting were visiting Mr. and Mrs Jim Yarns I Sunday.

% office at Starke, Florida. the bitter mss wt have cooked for the west. shore dwellers were about to busines sin Jacksonville a dayor Sunday. Mrs. Mary Thomas, of New River,

p. I / G ourselves, until some new Moses send over a vote of thanks when a two last week. Sheriff! Epperson and Deputy Bals- was. visiting her daughter, Mrs Carl

: E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner comes to our deliverance.New I gator-wise one suggested that "Mc" Mrs. Ury Gunter and little daughter den, of Starke, made a business trip)>> Wynn, Sunday.Mr .

I was part of the hunting expedition returned to their home in Jacksonville here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Ed Smith and children .

, ,& ?. HARKI.V UP THE WRONG TREE York candy men can't stand I''|and had brought along the music to I after spending a few days with W. F. Mines of Gainesville, of Gainesville, were visiting Mrs.

Ifi \ the racket any longer. The clamor for I charm the saurians and bring then' relatives in Lawtey. were visiting at the home of Mr. and Sara Jones Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

, It Isn't often-U-Soutb. IB an object cheaper candy ice cream and cold to the surface. The interference of : Fred foyer returner home from Mr*. W. C. Hunt Saturday and Sun- and Mrs. Lester Kite were viiitors -

f of especial solicitude from the drinks has caused a large chain store this doubting Thomas was all that Jacksonville Saturday where he spent day.J.. to Hampton Beach Thursday

0 government! but lately the administration concern it cut its products 50 per i!, saved "Me" from getting his vote ofthanks. I about tA-o weeks with relatives. J. Gay of Hawthorne is visiting

' # has been quite anxious about cent. In a memorial to the National It was certainly not a lack Dave Moore was. a visitor to Starke his daughter Mrs. Kirby Smith fora NOTICE

t its welfare. The national health official Confectioners' Association, an officerof of appreciation of the fine music. Sunday. few days. -
got it into their head that the the concern mentioned writes; "It The first of a series of Evinrude races Justice C. R. Sapp was confined to John McKinney was a visitor to Graham I Persons who. have disturbed and robbed

South was overrun with pellagra, and is time we got down to reason! in this took place a few days ago. The his room several days last week but Sunday.J. bee hives at my place arc taking

w.7 I that the reason for it was that many matter. We have been making not : entries were S. L. Peek Charles Darby was able to be out the first of this J., Cain, of Louise, was. visiting I a great risk in so doing. I am pretty

w in the cotton belt did not have enough 100 per cent profit but 300 per cent. Roscoe McLane and W. E. To. week. his sister, Mrs. W. II. Sloan, Sun I well satisfied that I know who the

1' to eat, or were. compelled to keep the it is high time for the .smaller placesto rode. Mr. Torode's boat proved the G. W Stokes is still confined to his day.
thorough
'1+ ''h same diet all the time. This on account follow suit. winner in both trials. Other races will bed but is reported as somewhat bet. Master Emery Sloan is visiting his parties are, and a invert-!

t t,, a of the low prices for cotton, trke place In the near future.PUCKETTBENNETT. ter this week. His daughter Mrs. A. grandmother at Louise this week. gation of the matter will follow any

t which prohibited them from buying The frog storm that struck Gainesville A. Williams, of Jacksonville is with Roy Roberts, of Graham, was a visitor furtht O1Ten e.

J plenty of food of different kinds. some time ago has furnished him this week. here Monday.Mr. It. W. H. H. WHISLER. .

President larding was aroused and news and topics for discussion for the Rev. Boyer left Monday for a two and Mrs. Richard Smith and
.y 1 took steps to see what could be done, whole country. .Correspondents to the On Saturday, July 16, Mr. James weeks' visit with his home In Alabama. of Hawthorne, are visitingMr. Where the bex<* Differ.

and deplored the circumstance In an, papers tell of similar rains of frogs in Puckett, of Auburn, Ga., and Miss We all wish him a happy trip. family, Smith this week. When trouble come hobbling along
and Mrs. Kirby ,
t, open letter that found wide circula other parts of the country. The Bron- Evelyn Bennett, of Lake Butler Fla.. The Grace church and Baptist church t woman gives way to a flood of tear
: tion. I I son Times thinks that frogs eggs are I were quietly married at the home of held union services last Sunday and Hogan Smith made a business trip -but a man proceed to tint the ittoofctibere -
I Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Slaughter of this both services were well attended.Mr. 'o Starke Monday afternoon. t.Jue.Fords .
I Many public bodies in the Southern Bucked! up by the clouds and hatched I
4 i i states have refuted the statements, I during the rain; but that would only city. The ceremony was performed and Mrs. Stokes wish to thank I

i declaring that the pellagra scare is make tadpoles. How would the other by Mr. Slaughter.Miss everyone for kindness being shown I I a

w greatly exaggerated and that no fa. three changes be effected T The vera Bennett was a popular studentof them during; the illnes sof Mr. Stokes.

, mine to Invite the disease exists. doe reporters said they saw billions Southeastern Christian College, at Rev. Black was in Jacksonville on

In the old day. of the South, there of frogs "hopping about' 'in Gainesville Auburn Ga., and Mr. Puckett is a citlrn business Monday orTRACTOR.
vf that place. The Woman's Club will hold educational -
was a hookwormy class of people during that memorable rain. One an
termed "po" whites-mostly squatters correspondent has seen a big fish rain The oung couple will make their meeting at the club house

woodcutters and campfollowers down, and another a turtle. We need home at Auburn.-Auburn (Ga.) today at 2:30: p. m. All parents and I

at the sawmills. Their diet consisted light on the subject. Our ex-soldiers Times. I others interested are asked to be pres ' -

i I of corn bread, fat meat and blackstrap have been in France, but not long The bride is the eldest daughter of 'i ent. Prof. Wiggins, of Starke will .

,P -varied at times with poke salad, I enough to learn to eat frogs. But we Mr. and Mr*. J. Frank Bennett and speak concerning the school. .- -

r and with blackberries and perainyone.yii all like mullet diamond-bark terrapin, was born rear, Lake Butler: She attended Miss Mary Boyer has returned home" -62529 ..:::- .:... -

Sometimes they would co to a red hill shrimp, crabs, and lobsters, and more the hfh; school there, then after a several weeks' visit in Ocala. P.O.B,DetnIII (-J
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t and dig a sack full of clay to eat between knowledge in the matter may enableus went. to Southeastern Christian College _' # ,

meals--or instead! of meals. to have these things rain down instead at Auburn Ga. She devoted DOBSON -v \

They were too slothful to do any bet of frog. The Smithsonian Institute much of her time to art study, for I ri

+? ter. But even they were never attacked scouts the idea of frogs/ rain- which. she has a natural gift, which Dobson Aug. 5.--M. H. Hurst and

by pellagra. This disease is an ex. ing down, saying they exist in crev- ie shown by her paintings\ her work son, Judson, made a business trip to

otic, like the Russian Influenza: and ices in the ground and come out on being highly complimated. The many Lake City Saturday.

lase, apt to attack people who live account of the water; but we cannot friends of the young couple wish Johnnie Hurst was the guest of relatives -

well. as thosewwho do not. believe frogs exist in ground the natural them much happiness. and friends in Olustee Saturdayand

General education, newspaper reading growth of which Is sartdspurs Sunday.
county agents, home demonstrators and prickly pears.MEETING LAWTEY Raiford Brannen and brother, Fel- --
\ and other agencies have caused ton, of Palestine, made a pleasure trip ; :>"; -7 <

f every farmer In the South to provide OF SCHOOL BOARD Lawtey Aug. 5.-Mr. and Mrs. R. j i I: to Lake Butler Saturday ,'\, ...... ...-
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7 E I vegetable and animal substances for U. Cox of Jacksonville were guestsat I A. W. Brannen and D. W. Beasley --

;, wholesome and plentiful meals, and Board met in regular session Aug. the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. i made a business trip to Olustee Sat. Henry

nothing except sugar and salt need be l I let, with all members present, viz: L. I I Tracey Saturday and Sunday. urday. !

'} bought. The climate and soils of the II I"". Kickliter A. A. Hazen and J. O. '. Mrs. J. W,. Barber spent last week B. O. Strickland passed through our rtfl1Ford

South make it an easy matter to produce Dennison I with relatives at Macclenny. section Friday afternoon. t

"I foods of all kinds. Should a farmer I Minutes of last meeting read and I Miss Nellie Roberts and Mrs. Cath- Mrs. Marshall Dobbs, of Manning:,

? be in want of any particular j approved. cart were visitors to Starke Wednes was the week-end guest of her par. Was
A I t'nlBIr.! and Mrs. M. H. Hurst. Right
thing and have no money to buy it Sam Crews is granted $25 toward day.

......Itb. his neighbors would supply him. I putting sills, and blocks under Long |t Miss Bettie Cole of Anthony visit- Arlie Dobbs of Baker county, and When
i ( If there is more pellagra in the Bridge schoolhouse. ed friends in Lawtey last week. brother, Earl made a business trip to 1

l I South than elsewhere it is because it Resignation of D. R. Handley and 1 Elder H. V. Skipper, of LIveOak, Manning Saturday. While enroute LikJ

., was brought here first from Europe, I' "'. C. Whittcn as trustees of Raiford 1 I filled his appointment at the Second they captured a large gray fox aftera i' He Said:

'or that is prefers a warm climate. If school received and accepted. Advent church here Thursday and long chase.G. .

,ly the climate Is no bar, and it is realjy Upon recommendation Hon. A. D. I(I Friday evenings.. ,I A. Johnson made a business tripto

caused by malnutrition, then the administration I Andrews and 11. W Raiford were appointed !1, Mr. and 1\Ir\ ,. T. J. Terry were visitors Lake Butler Saturday The Tractor will enable the farmer to

had better look to the as trustees of Raiford school j to Starke Saturday.Miss work fewer hours in the day giving him

thousands in the North and West who I to fill! the unexpired term of D. R. Mary Boyer returned to her SAMPSON CITY more time to enjoy life. I believe the tractor -

are on starvation I because of unem Handley and W. Whitten, resigned.It home here Monday from Inglis where will make
farming what it
ployment. Its uncalled for solicitude I Is ordered by unanimous vote of I she has been spending several weeks Sampson City Aug. 5.-Ray McKinney ought to be

Ii ''I for the South amounts to the same as : this board that our secretary with friends. of Graham was a visitor here -the most pleasant the most healthful

Fy ,, "L rklng up the wrong tree. for money for current arrange j I I Miss Rose Andrews returned to her I 'Tuesday, the most profitable business on earth'."

+ e I I I Pension claims are hereby allowed to !home in Jacksonville Thursday after I I. C. Ogden and son, Marvin madea

M 1 A IIOrELKSS MUDDLE I Louvenia Parker, G. F, McLeod, ai i I spending several day visiting friends business trip here Tuesday. This tractor has done much-very muchin -

F 'Ir Jf | widows and Joe Crews, Sr., for the : here. I Howard Thomas, of New River wa< bringing true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for in

A writer in the Saturday l- v..nlnA'I'o..t heirs of Joe Crews, deceased. Miss Eunice Dinklns, of Jackson a visitor here Wednesday. it is a machine which has harnessed one of
I There >'ille, spent Sunday at the home of her Mrs. Calhoun Berry, of New River,
claims that If the railroads of being no further business the the most dependable efficient, adaptable
Is visiting\ her sister Mrs. Carl Wynn ,
ciard parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Din.
the had been left adjourned to meet first Monday economical
4 t JJM country alone pas- in kin, this week. sources of power in the world-

? ,Henger and freight ratee would now September. James II. Moore left the first part Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency and a machine that saves from thirty to fifty
have t
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cheap, Instead of almost
fy REALTY TRANSFERSG. of the week for Tennessee, where he children, were here on a fishing trip per cent of the fanner's time a machine
prohibitively high; that there would
4t 4I have been no more troubles than the I will spend several weeks with relatives Wednesday.Bob which many farmers claim plows harrowsor

1' I\ >' managements of the roads themselves M. Inman, the Strout representative I and friends. Surrency was a visitor here on drills as much ground in the same timeas

% could have settled and that the roads sold two valuable farms duringthe Miss Virginia Peace returned to her Wednesday.Kirby Smith visitor to Haw. four, sfi or even eight horses. And morea
home wa a
1. wo-ild have been self-eupporting; and present week. Mr. A. D. Cherry, in' Jacksonville Monday after thorne machine that takes care of
Friday. every power
of Itoliersonville, N. C., bought the H. spending several weeks here with
yrolitable to the stockholders.
iay4 Government I friends. Aubrey Sloan made a business trip jdb on the farm.
A control, which have tied them S. Norman 20-acre farm in the Wa- I
; hand teroak section a few miles west of I Mrs. J. B. McCulley. of Jacksonvill to Graham Thursday. Call and let's talk
and foot, have left the roads : John visitor to it over, or telephone or
Is spending a few days in Lawtey McKinney was a
as
Lawtey and J. I). i
{ jiow rless to better themselves, and Manus of Kuttawa, I Lake Butler drop us a card and we,,will brine the facts to
''y I the writer alluded to says that the Ky., bought the J. P. Peeples 60-acre the guest of !Mr. and Mrs David Dur Saturday.Sheriff ;you
ban. Epperson made a busine.Itrip !
farm southeast of town. Mr. Cherry ,
way railway employee now salute
has I I I Misses Margaret Godwin and Doro- here Saturday.A .
: 4 their officers is "with their thumbs returned to North Carolina to
close up his affairs i I thy Knight: were visitors to Starke party composed of Mr. and Mrs. ,
to their preparatory to M
' noses, In former days men Mann Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. L. I/. .
? ;1 of great: financial and executive ability moving here in the fall. Mr. !Manus I i Thursday ...
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Miss Johns Mrs. Bridges, Messrs. Roy' 'l t'-,
* such Gould took immediate possession of the Pee- I Ip1t'1l |I Margaret Long of Starke
as Vanderbilt Hill
Goodge! Carl Wynn and Dogan Nab1
visited friends
in Lawtey Saturday.
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place and his
Harriman sought the railways son is now in charge'
\ as a I 1 were visitors to Hampton Beach last
Other members RL Davis of Jacksonville, spent!
of the
s, field for activity and made them what family will ar

they were. They strbve to cheapenrates I days rive from Kentucky within a few I i Sunday Mr. and in Lawtey.Mrs. J. M. Muse, of Jacksonville Thursday Mr. and.afternoon.Mrs. Newn Thomas and I
jet became rich-and this the I
\ spent last week visiting relatlvea children were visitors to Hampton
1 public could not endure. The Inter-
J. W.
t, 1: state commerce commission IN THE LIME LIGHT AGAIN I; and friends in and near Lawtey Beach Thursday. ANDREWS Jr.
was created | Rev. J. W. Teter chaplain for the John Stanford was a visitor to Lake I ,
a through public clamor at first it
t ; G. M. Inman, local representative of state prison, was a visitor here Satur Butler Saturday.Mr. AUTHORIZED
meddled only with palpable abuses the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, has day. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas and son ; ,

but usurped more and more power I j broken into the "Steering Wheel"ajTNin. Rev H. H. Black filled an appoint- and daughter Mrs. Mel Harris of Ford and Fordson Dealer
till now. the roads II
are powerless in Its
Brooker, were in our town Saturday'afternoon. .
hands The "Steering Wheel" .Is the ment at the Saxton Methodist church
and no man of marked ability
offVia! Sunday afternoon STARKE FLORIDA
publication of the Strout Agency at 3:30.
could think
of
\ chooitlng a railroad ca- .
+ reer.i and the last issue of the paper i; J. W, Barber spent Sunday with ---.---- ---. -------_..._- -- -- --
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I ,' tarries the picture of Mr. Inman relatives in Macdenny. -
There
are now no responsible
among the other Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville
1 R for the different organizations. representatives of ,
i hl'lId"l th i a sincy who hate made as many* spent Sunday at the home of her parents
railway "head' disclaim all '
'aibillt)., saying that they are bound 21 paler since Jatunry let In less Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer. Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
than a jar Mr. Inman has won a Revs H.,II. Black and E. D. Boyer,
by the rules of the interstate
commerce
) leading place among: the represents j assisted by several ladies, held a song
commission, and this body If local l merchant. doe.
y'' says, tives of this big real estate agency and prayer service a tthe home of Mr. your Dot carry your wants com. h.r. Many women in your community .hop
In turn, that it has nothing/ to do with h.r.. Our aim i. to at all tim.. render
and if the other fellows do not hustle and Mrs. G. W. Stoke last Thurs food service, maintain a high quality of roods and .U at smallest.
r 4 I the roads, except to formulate rules he will leave them at the post durlnjr; day. prices p C>.. bU. Our .lock arc equal in .ia. of ny .lor. in th. .1.1.with th. exception of nee city
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and have "hearings." Meanwhile the
the coming year Julius Eunice is home on the sick
trainmen have things their I
x r the officers are cowed and own have wayand I list this week
LIFE AT HINCiSLEY; Miss Rena Marc, of Highland, visited i I
been relegated to a bunch of termservers -
relatives in Lawtey Wednesday. @11iV.
who must shut their nt I
eyes Gator hunting and Evinrude
races I Frank Williams, of Macclvnny, was -.
li abuses and arc satisfied as long as.
| the guest Saturday and Sunday of his
they are able to 1.l.'l'p.tbelr John. No 'I!ex-citement GAINESVILLEFLOFIOA!
;I sister, Mrs.\ J. B. Rowe.
other industry could live under ouch ,
: a gator by Mr Charles Dinkins entertainedher
mismanagement, but then: the public A W. .1
Anderson Julian Peek and Geo. Sunday school class at
Kingsleylake
atandaj behind to make good! the ,deficiencies. Anderson brought in one measuring Thursday. All Postage Charges Paid By Us' On Mail' Orders

. fix feet. It is thought this about I Marcus Brown, of Starke spent a >

'i r bark If we the eould time transport before ourselves, wards up the gator colony. I I Sunday in -Law tey with his parents, .Ajfl exclusive. aIl9r! erDePrtmsninchr8:! ; of an experienced'. shopper Let her
to the ; .
&:overnment During the time Messrs.! Peek and Pr. and Mr,. GJ Wi Brovn,'" < : : -
r bureaucrats of .1' T' :,,, shop for Jut write.
got possession Anderson were patrolling the w.ter'j Miss' Rape Wllker eon, of Highland, ". ." '' \) you-
the railways, we would now since our front in quest of the gator Roscoe Me- wan a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday -
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tDr Names of Those Who Paid Subscription Vacation: days are over and we will GENERAL INSURANCE

Bits of LocalInformation During July resume bizness at the old stand! next .i!

Sunday morning. HAROLD C. WALL it P.\E; THREE

W A. Pubose, N. T. Bitch J. W. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. r
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dII Morgan N. Sternberg, N. D. Wainwright Sermon by pastor at 11 a. m. Subject STARKE

Jeff H. Dowlinir, Mn. Maggie j "The Name Christian." FLORIDA

c--'V Omr r...... .law*..,* m.t 'Wi Browning:, Mrs. B. E. Jones J. F. Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
Wll! -4'Nr1..... .. Me c.: .... MW I'M*. Crime Cummer Lumber Co.- August Sermon at 8 1'. m. Subject "The

Stern, Mrs. Pinkie Grime, J. M. Du- Conversion of St. Paul."

1 bose, Mrs. Wm. C. Kammerer W. C. Now you've had a long! rest and
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.JI Scarborough, W. C. Powell Mr. Anna you ought to be glad to come to

G66 cures: Biliousness. I See unman the man who sells dirt G. Murrhee Mrs. Matilda Ritch, church next Sunday. We shall be gladto J

cheap to people who want the earth. G. "'. Alderman Mrs. Clicel Cock D. meet you. I
J, M. Brownlee and family are at :
; 722tf. C. Melvin, S. F. Morgan W. F. Har- Your servant! in Christ I I

their Kingsley lake cottage this week. I nape, B. S. Edwards J. R. BeviHe, a DAVID LANDER. A Boy With A Fortune ;
:Mr. and .
'David Lander Mrs. R. H. Barbour 0 and M. J. Green, J. M. Minion U. D'I )
Rev: spent Saturdayend little daughter: Mary Angie of Jack .
Johns, C. B. Strickland C. D. Perkins NOTICE
In Arcadia. . ;
Sunday
sonville spent the week-end with Mr. R. L. Richard J. B. Dowling J. H. A boy with a fortune is the boy who has "v
and Mrs, A. C. Fling. Beginning August 4th, there will .
G.
Rub-MyTism kills infection. Newsom W. Baisden, J. O. Turner hundred dollars'that he himself has
B. T. Crosby !Miss Ruby Redding: C. be no night operator on duty at the one sav

F. II. Long made a business trip to Mrs. W. Ellery Davis is rapidly recovering A. Youngblood.: Jim Andrew, A. depot in Starke. T. J. GRIFFIN. ed. His fortunejconsists not alone of the

Dunnellon Thursday. is from her recent illness and Bronke Louis H. Hill B. W. Hodges money saved-and what boy with a hundred
at the
now residence of Mr. and
J. Crews, Mrs. S. E. Jones, Chas. R
Mrs. IIRERIFF'S BAtB: dollars would feel like millionaire.
N. B.
G. B. Newsom has sold his big horses I Hull. Ensey, Jr., Mrs. Bessie McGruder, It. Hereby notice !. irlven that under and by. not a

and wagon to J. P. Peeplei. W. Moseley, Chas. F. Tatum W. F, virtue of that certain. writ of enrciillon luaiirdput 1 but of a valuable lesson learned.
I Mrs. A. V Long and son, Gus and of and under the hand and seal of the
Godwin. Cirenlt Court of. Bradford ('.,,,n... State of
Rub-My-Tlim for rheumatism little daughter, Annie of Palatka, Florida bearinv. riat of. July to: 1911. In Not only has he experienced the thrill of
I art visiting!: her mother, Mrs. S. E. that ordain sawherein. Sam Roaimherirla I .
METHODIST I rlalntllT. and M... J, {'. Carter Ii defendant but he has the thrift habit.
j, S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was In Brownie, ? I ..v.-r-- and upon mhlch final judirment wan renderedon .. possession, caught M ,
the 4th day of July 11121. In county. judve 1
Monday. .. _. he has learned to do without useless things.He .:
town ; < oart of Bradford County. Florida and a
I Sunday 10 L. A. Davis
,. Miss Terry the efficient telephone joperator j school a. m., certified copy of which, was duly filed and
superintendent. |! recorded la the office' of the clerk of the ctr- no longer squanders his money. He'has;
Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake is having a month's vacation I cult court of sold" county and: stair on the 20th
Butler, had legal business in Starke !I, and Mies Tillis, of Jacksonville is Do you go to Sunday school ? One day of July. 1RC1. 1. W.. J. Fnpenuin herlff better judgment of values. He is doubtless ,
thing a child cannot understand Whyhe of Bradford County Florida. have. levied noon.
Monday. taking her place.E. : the following described .real stale of. Bradford a far better boy. Get a
her father and do '
or mother
can County Florida I II
Lot three of. Block Two of Temptc'a Addition e .. !sr! hadijacked
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666 Cures a Cold quickly.A M. and Geo. W. Hazen, extensive certain things: that it i isn't right for to the town of. "..rk. Florida. Has boy started to save ? If he
your yet h
farmers of the Brooker them to do.Sunday Also an undivided one-fourth interest in the !
section following described lands tn town of ".....k.. U'ee t
daughter was born to Mr. and were business visitors to Starke. Wed. morning/! 11 o'clock a sermon Bradford County. Florida. towlttBevrlnnlnr I has not there is no better time to teach himto of ?

Mrs.' H. A. Bishop Monday, August1st. nesday. for the children Mrs. Long and Blk IT of plat at of.ftoutheait fitarke: an corner recorded of.lot on par 7 of j begin than now--at this Bank. V
Mrs. Knight wish the children to meet 7R9. of Diied. Rook "N"' of public record of .
them at the church afternoonat Bradford county. Florida. and run' West along ':
See unman the man who sells dirt Friday mirth tide of Call street 88 feet and S Inehca ; your -e
w tfyaa BiUoai Fever. cheap to people who want the earth. 5 o'clock to practice songs. to 1'1... of commencement. thence north andparallel your
to Walnut Street KIR feet thence. westand
722tf. Sermon by the pastor Sunday evening BANK OF STARKESTARKE
parallel to Call street AO feet and 4 inchea ,, y old
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and son, Gerald at 8:30. Subject "Sowing!!: and thence south 1(15( feet thence Rant 110 feet ,
and 4 inchee. to place of ...commencement and 4ke$* a
motored -to Gainesville Wednes- Miss Vhirette Floyd returned home Reaping.: will offer paid lands for Pale on Monday, the '
I A Mb day of fVntember. 1021. bring the first FLORIDA ,i.time'Ibcrt
question
day. last.Vfc\: from a visit in Jacksonville : Mnndny In paid month and a reirular. salsa' '
and watt. accompanied home by Miss If the death angel should make youa day thereof. between the Iffipl hour. of ....1...
Miss May Peek has gone to Valdosta I Lucile,"l'atum. visit next Sunday morning at 11 In Bradford front of Count the conrthoupe Flo"'oIl.nd door will. In pell 8tarke.' theme tUnder Stale Supervision

and Waycross(;, Ga., to visit tt, c":' ? o'clock where had you rather he would .to. patlpfy to the"paid hlchent enrrutlon.W.and. 'beat bidder for eauh. i

friends.A William Struth, Jr., left for Jacksonville find you? In the bed asleep readingthe .1. FPPFR80VI E. S. Matthews, Pre G. C. While, Cashier ',' in aJt
>
Tuesday afternoon to, takea newspaper on some lake' fishing, >. P:, KN1CUT." "'r"rBp""or' <1 County, Florida.. of"Inch

W. Moore of Jacksonville, is position in the office of the S. A., L.. off in the woods
visiting' Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore Railway Company. "the lake" with your gay bathing suit ?

and family this week. in bathing at the house of God BHFRIFF'R PALE
I Ion or Hereby notice IP irlvrn that under. nod by
Mrs. Mary Green of Tampa, is visI attending/ worship? virtue of that certain writ of exeeutlnn i.a! "led 'I '.

666 Cures Dengue Fever. 5-13-201.) I I iting her daughter Mrs. Wm. Struth, I It's your question. Answer it out Circuit of end Court under of Bradford the hand County.and seal Stn'e t of the of I DlIIIDlD'ommlIIIDIDIDIDImtlllDlllllllIICIIlIIlII1IIlDIDlDQ lDlDIDlDlDmIDlDIDlDlDlDlDl1'tnl'IIDIImmmmlll1DltMICHELIN) ..

-i i Sr. Mrs. Leah of M. L. SMITH Florida' bearlnadate. the JUrd day or March "
i Stephens; Tampa, ,
1D2I. In that certain 14k
Col. A. Z. AdkIns and family have ) cause wherein VlnrlnlaCarolina ' -
is also a guest of her sister Mrs. J Pastor. Chemical. Company a enmoratlnn .r!
gone: to their Kingsley lake cottagefor ip plaintiff.' and Mrs. J. C, Carter and J F.
Struth. Carter are defendant. *. and upon which a final ..lt".1
the remainder of the
summer. The Telegraph was in last Judgment was rend. .red. against the paid M.... I
error .
1. C. Carter
on the 7th day of March. 1021:
Mrs. F. F. Stump and little daughters in .'. ,
county' Ju"" court of paid county nndatate ,
The Woman's Club will meet at 4 and a certified cutty of ewh'rh' paid ,JuiUr.pient : .
Evelyn, Marjorie and Lillian .
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, at the Mrs! C. L. Morrow and family have wax duly filed. and recorded. In the I m.e 1_-. _ ,__
have gone to Amherst, Va., to visit of the Clerk of the Cirenlt Court of paid. :
residence of Mrs. W .E. Middleton. I her returned to Tampa after a two week county and Plate on the ZSrd day. of March. has overcomethe commonest
parents, Enroute they stopped ]521. ap will more fully IN
aptN-pr by paid
stay at the Adklns cottage( Kinsleylake. : *. 1. W, .T Fppenon.: record
j jln North Carolina to visit relatives. pherlff of' Bradfordcounty. of tiro troubleUnderInflation ,
666 cures: Chills and Fever. . . Florida, have .levied upon the followlor causes ,I .
...ed. real state in town of Starke, i ,;
I I Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon of Bradford County. Florida to-wltt 1 :1:
John Ritch, Jr., of Valdosta, is visiting James M. Mitchell and family are Lot three of Block Two of Temhle'p :: Genuine :
| Palatka the week-end at the tion to the town Addl.I
spent : of rUarke Florida I .
at the home of his uncle N. T.
at the Davis lake Alpo an undivided' f.mrth ; I
Ritch. j I home of her grandmother: Mrs. S. E. cottage, Kingsley following lands In paid nnp. town- county Intercpt. and'n stab the j
for of weeks.
several
Brownlee and her a stay to-wlt: I
I uncle, J. M. Brown- .
I HcKlnnlna- flmithvpnt corner of Lot 7 of
Paul E. Canova left Monday for an lee. Ink, IT of pint of Btarkr ap recorded on pane I
Tracing' Organ Mechanism. 7KI>. of iwd 1 Book. "N" of public records. of
extended business trip down the west Bradford county Florida, and '
When run Wept alnnu
nit .111. tic In I the construction
coast. I R. W. MoBeley, formerly of Starke, | power north. aide of Call street. flu feet and 1In.h....
of the, IIrlUIIall/ to take to ,plane of commencement thence north and When a lire is under-inflated its sidewalls
now of Micanopy has won the pen- the place of the I ( I hydraulic, IN uncertain parallil lo Wnlnut pinvt. MIR. feet, tin.nee W..t'
and 'prrallel' to (all Street DO feet and 4 Inchv are constantly flexed by the
nant and prize of $200 for the finest
Rub-My-Tism a
cures sores. although! the Invention or the bellow *. thence south, 1t1 feet thenee i r.aiit: Hn feet !id ,
turpentining in the South, offered by met. hitulHIII lutes, from the. time/ of out end. 4 Inehee. 'tr plate of ...mm..n..nt.. and i weight of the car a* the wheel ro

DeWitt C. Jones and family are a society of naval stores men. Mr. of the. Inter' noiiinii cmperord-proliabljJulliin. Mh will day offer of paid September.lands for. 1121 pale on liolnif Monday the ,flrpt the o tates. Just as repeated bending back

spending several weeks a their MoBeley is in the employ of the ]tell Itut It was only In the tenth dny Mnndiiy thereof, In paid between month the, and.I.! hours uvular: ::I of pairs pale I, . and forth breaks a wire, so this con- in each pack-
ley lake KinA'II'I'I w hen Oeriiuiny hud token t p1.1'I'e
cottage. Naval Stores Co. century in front of the courthouHe door In rllaike, : stant flexing tends to break the 1\ of apt rlQ,
| of Coiixliiritliioiile" an the center llradfonl County' Florida, and will pill the lit dlrortlon i iy

N. Sternberg and family have moved -:I The local military company leave of ortftin' biillilliiK.. Unit .the bellows to panic Satisfy to the paid hlnhept execution.W.and!. bat liiddir for ca.h I cords or fabric of which the tire is 1'liyitoia.im

to the house owned by J. W. Alvarez nic hiinlKin miniJoto uctiiTiil uduptluti J. EPPFRKON.: : chiefly built. Blowouts result. _'.. fcjr" mU.lall"dtu&eoa.
for
today 15 days' at
a encampment Sheriff, llradfonl County I lorlda. .
on N. Walnut street. I*. B. KNlCiH,
I Camp Johnston. They in chargeof I <>
are n
tablnta
Friends here ore in receipt of messages Attorney fur I'lnlntiiT. 9.5-sb9.2 ,
First Lieutenant J. L. Peek A de- Michelins suffer less than other tires ut fmr for
: Item Chas Ensoy, Jr., now on I t' .
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. s I tmi mi-nt. of eight enlisted men, in the regular] summer cruise with the because of this abuse for seldom if g'b U."nd11llllo and for

Mrs. E. D. Prevatt, of Green Cove I I charge of Capt. A. J. Thomas and rent of Uncle Sam's boys from the na- FENTAWORnUCOLUMNU! ever do you see a Michejin with a wlvn. tablet i,

Springs, is the guest of her daughter, Second Lieutenant\ G. K. Lewis, left val academy at Annapolis. Their blow-out in its aide wall. This is be- o At mail tack tnrgnr of

Mrs. H. A. Bishop, this week. for.the canjp! Monday.I first stop was Kristiania, way up in cause of the unique construction of : .I'tcId.. ,

the Scandinavian peninsula Later

Mrs. C. F. Hoover has returned home am going to sell 40 to f>0 farms about the IKth of July the fleet was I Michelin Tires. Let us explain it to r(

after a pleasant visit with friends in and 10 more city homes between now at Lisbon. in Portugal. The cruise you.SMITH'S. 1. rurrn.

Mclrtosh. and Christmas. This assertion is backed will end Sept. 1st, after which Charles ,......, ,.1
by past record and the number FOR .SALE-About 15,000 KlondYkf'1IOtrawb..rry 1 telieuIsjsbeard
my will spend his vacation with his parents

Mrs. O. J. Griffin spent Friday at of prospects on file in my office. List in Jacksonville and a visit of plants two miles northof GARAGE .I 7WI re

the home of her brother-in-law, C. M. your property at the right; price andit some! days in Starke. Starke. Geo. Weimann. 7222t"FOR J a beat..

McKinney at Louise. will bo among these sales G. M. STARKE, FLORIDA eov"aluwwwlst

Inman, representative E. A. Strout DEATH OF PROMISING BOY SALE-Strawberry plants Mis-

The stork visited the home of Mr. Farm Agency.;: 729tf. sionary variety )100,000 Inspected DtP8nM _

and Mrs R. T. Wall, of Belmore July The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. and ready for setting now. See L. ::15I Ir

30th, and them little daughter.See Supt. Wiggins!: was at the University John Thornton of this city deeply V. Moore & Son, Stark, Fla. 729.3t -- ----- "' '
gave a : _ _: 4 u.. .. _ __H_'" .. :: :: :_ .
Wednesday talking with teachers sympathize! with them in the death of I

Inman the man who sells dirt I and he Is convinced more than ever their son, Malcolm, on July 25th. AGENTS WANTED-Watkins Sum.

cheap to people who want the earth. that the people will have to supplement Malcolm was born in Baker county mer drinks Watkins cocoanut' oil II LUMBERDirect i BEt

722tf. with board or otherwise if they twelve years ago but had been shampoo and a big line of over 137 aer.Bp. 1

are to get teachers for this term. He brought up in Starke. lie was intelligent other quality products are big sel I'' ..
from Mill Builder
Mrs. L. C. Powell has returned from states that they would not consider : and courteous and beloved by I lers. We want a lady or gentleman to h or-

Tillman S. C., where she had been the salaries he is able to offer.G. all who knew him. He gave his Indulgent agent in Starke and other vacant i Iron. .

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. parents promise of a long and cities. Write today for free sampleand

Fripp. M. Inman local manager of tho useful life, but about June 1 he contracted particulars J. R. Watkins Co., :s
SEEKING
which becameso 6* Menphis,,Tenn. 7-22-3t BUYERS QUALITY LUMBER
E. A. Strout Farm Agency is putting typhoid fever I

Mrs. E.V.. Harris and little son, forward every effort to double the malignant that his parents decidedto NEW CATALOGUE- --Fall edition.-- I will'not be dissappointcd when they send us their p@4/

Hilly, of Dinsmore spent last week number of his sales in his second yearin place him in a hospital in Jacksonville Contains a fund of fine Information order. We have mill connections that enable -

with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Starke. If you have a bargain ina where he could get unceasing for tho newcomer or beginner and I us to

Wills. / good well equipped farm he can medical attention and scientific nurs! of great Value to those already familiar guarantee you the best of YELLOW PINE & CY- .
sale during But it had been decreed that he .
just about guarantee you a ing. la tae
with Florida truck .
growing.If
!Mrs. J. F. Canova left Saturday for the coining fall. 7-22-tf. should not survive the spring time of you are not already receiving our I PRESS. Estimates cheerfully given. Send us your an cal

the mountains of North Carolina to ]life and he died on the day stated. I low bid. to tMennaol.
catalogue write today for copy. Kll- list for our I .
spend several weeks. She will be The E. A. Strout office in Starke'willmake Besides his parents Malcolm leaves gore Seed Co., Plant City Fla. I I d! '
)) ('OQo'I
joined by her children Mr. Leo Ca. a special effort during the corning two brothers and two sisters! to miss 8-5-41. I I II I '

nova, Harry L. Canova and Miss Anna fall and winter to make sales out him from the family circle. The bereaved -

Canova in Asheville for the Music of Lawtey Raiford and Lake Butler. relatives have the sympathy of WANTED-We want a lady or gentleman THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANY :

Festival which will be held there the! Property owners in and adjacent to all. agent to handle city tradein d

last of August. Mrs. Canova will return these towns are invited to list their The interment took place at the Starke and other vacant cities. I House Bill Specialists i

home sometime in September. offerings with us That this agency South Prong/ cemetery Rev. Manning! This is a wonderful opportunity as ,

has the facilities for making sales is conducting the obsequies. you will be retailing the genuine J. I PERRY, FLORIDA.

666 cure Malarial Fever. shown by the record of our first sea. H. Watkins products, including the I

ton in Bradford county. Since November DANCING CLASS Watkins cocoanut oil shampoo,

15th we have located no less Garda face powder, fruit drinks andover

Hall's Catarrh Medicine than 24 new families. In listing your Those desiring dancing lessons will 137 ether products. Write today _______ n_ ---- '- - - --. .... -t
,
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Those wbo are In a "run down" condl-. I property bear in mind that well please. communicate with me in the for free sample and particular! -- r
ron win notice that Catarrh bothersmuch equip'I'I Unpainted houses, leaky roofs, like they bad been thrown
more than when the are. l In )ed'farmm at bargain prices next few days as I am now forming The J. R. Watkins Co., 87 Memphis fencesthese the awiiy. Put
food health. ThlaiStart proves that whileCaturh tumble-down are your property in good condition. AH
la a local dl..."..... It .tm ir r.aUY. ier than anything: else. 7.22-tf a class. N. STERN EIfG. Tenn. S-5-8f things that kill real estate sales more \ ,refIt
.
that
the
lIu..nred by rormtttutlontll .nnolltlon."oLL'8 Improvements cost will comeback
<"ATAHRH MP.DICING is a .. Dot !Hot' Affect T>" piB.ere often than anything,*lne. During(' the
l at *
omit' and Blood f'urln"r..JOnd act through the Qntolw Colds Cause jrip ana Influenza Yilea Cured In 6 to 14 Days fall and winter I expect to be able to to you fn the sale price. G. M.
the. blood of of It tonic( and laxixive effect .. .AATIvr. : '
|| surfae .
the mufoua
the body. thus upon redurlnir the Inflammation : bROWO QUININE Tab ati0 an: be taken 1| LAXATIVE BROMOQUIVTET-M/ !: .'* : vrnow .hIause. DniiutKu. mired money If A7O. OIJOTjeWf_ : W' sell a large number of town properties Inman agent E. A. Strout Farm -
Hid < without raunlno.nervnupne.a or ruiiimg | Tber u only ooe *T*> (s44 to me luntaB. VSld .1.l wllul or "'''101 PlMliHranliv \
1'*.nr.mtorln Cheney: normal Circular condition* fre loo the d". L.W.CKOVtS: .iliiatureou. bol<. :JUc ,, a:.W.GROVE'S lift**** nt> tax. Id. r'e-K' (Win JUr**l>aJdny.' fart' flint miller, unit run.'ymi Pptua'J3nrsKul but I can't sell them if they look Agency. 722tf. II M.
Co., Toledo Ohio. .
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST S. 1921.
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;, CHAFFS: DUVAL MGIIT START RIDERS KFIGX IX TEXAS OF TERROR


Police Oflirials Assert Outrages Not

'SHERIFF WITHMMFEASANCE\ Work of the Ku Klux Klan

171} ' With a record of 68 outrages attributed
I
Iff Wi \ : to the Ku Klux Klan, Texas today

!li the hotVicd of the alleged "in- a

f't 'visible empire" and Governor NefT' has ( THEU.

ALLEGES NEGLECT W DUTY IN been called upon to expedite legislation S. NOBBY TREAD ; A
v til't
E i ENFORCING PKOIIIIUTION which will put an end to the acts
Where 1M is
going
specially heavy
Iv of the masked terroists. The outrages
!
AMENDMENT ACT
with snow, mud or sand, in billy
have included many tar and feather country whi mmmum traction on A; /
"y'ea't Jacksonville, July 27-Sheriff W. H. parties where the victims were stripped th road is a factor, no other tire tr..d s
I yet dcviwd is quite so effective, / ,or so
Al Powling Dutal county was today beaten and then tarred and feath<<
f.'' removed from office by Governor liar- ered. In one instance a ;young white wholly, aa tb approved. U. S. Nobby by motoring Tread opinion lei'I

dee for alleged! malfeasance and "neg woman, charged with bigamy! was ab Its
"err simplicity-three rows of ,
5 sect of hit official duties as sheriff of) ducted by a masked band of men, .. .. diagonal knobs, gripping the road- III
', Dtual county" stripped, and, a* the stood naked be- is the result of all the years of U. &

L' 's : County Commissioner R. E. Merritt fore her captor, was covered with tar .a of Robber experience. with every. type
Y ] road tb world over ir
t was appointed to succeed him and A. and feathers.

H, f t, John of Jacksonville named to Police and peace officials, following "..

as 1 succeed )Jr, Merritt an investigation declared that many I
I Io i
t
The: sheriffs suspension follows his of the assaults, whipping and other ,,uaJfevery
,+ ; recent indictment by a Federal grand Outrage were not the work of the

Jury on the prohibition law. The Indictments bona fide klan, but the work of email S

charge! him with being a groups of men who acted under the _
"' member tf a 'whiskey ring" and ad guise! of the white masks of the organization.

I forth specifically that he protected the onelistened
While several demonstrations havebeen
r'' Other alleged members.
Oovernor Hardee in hit or
J ',;' ) recalls the J'r&ljUt: \ )' indict In the South, in Texas the activity
of t ment and adds: "11 further appears seems" to have progressed! to a greater to experience

,, that the said. W. U. bowling has not, extent than in any other section. Representative
'. during his envtimbr8.nce as sheriff of Pat lIUl, of Cass county,
Duval county suppressed crime known Tex., prepared a petition requesting' .

to exUt. The executive's -order also the governor to lubmit a bill to the how much

staled' that the sheriff apparently"has special session of the legislature making theyd save .I'
wrongfully permitted violations It a felony to appear in disguise in

t of the state and federal law in Duval Texas. The bill, he said, would be /
s which it his duty to aimed at the alleged Ku Klux Klan
was sworn
county
and talk to the next man everything; by the way of "staggering
Fr.vent" The 'sheriff! Las failed to organization. STOP
xq r render "necessary or reasonable as- The attorney general of the state see with U. S. Tires on bargains", "hurrah discounts", "discon

l y sistance" to the prosecuting officers often said that he had no power to make an his car. Ask him why. tinued lines at less" and so forth they /

county he further states. investigation: of reported outrages and know what not to get. it
that such probe Would be the work oftbe" Most hear interesting .
likely you'll
Dowling\ and six other Including an They want a fresh live tire. With a -
"eJ R. f;. Wheeler, !oral bank- and Ward district attorneys. He said that, story about his tire experiments c good reputation. That's everything it says .
Vh'n Allen, awl cr of a hotel at Orange If the !governor and legislature pas and yvo
_ Park, near here, are now at liberty the necessary legislation, this department -before the answer was it is. With the people behind it who"S .wirJi ;lJo'"h-e c+r."

,;,, on bonds awaiting trial in federal district would take a hand, but In the found. Money wasted. Promises back it up.There'are.
meantime the ]local authorities will e e e
court as the result of the alleged unkept. Trouble on the road-hu-
.\1. have handle the situation. federal ,
existence of the whiskey ring. The to Tee 92 U. S. Factory Branches.
men were indicted on testimony largely ] post office department Is conducting morous to every one except the
;.i Your local U. S. Dealer is drawing United States Tires
;
an investigation of alleged warnings
: ] given by M. C. Conrad, a former man who went through it.
deputy sheriff, and now serving a sentence sent through the mails. upon them continually]] to keep his stocks Good Tires
\\i in the Atlanta federal prison, One man, C. L. Burden, member ofa Finally U. S. Tires. And U. S. sized up,complete] -to give you service. arc

e P upon conviction of Impersonating a party of mauled men, was killed Tires ever since. Whenever he gets one or a hundred
i ( I when the band visited the home of
Conrad according to
federal officer ,
+ 3 I tires from a U. S. Factory Branch they U. S. USCO TREAD
testimony at his trial, claimed to have Henry Adams, near Children, Tex. .
ti According to reports the band calledon are newly made this season's tires.
information of the activities of the alleged U. S. CHAIN TREAD
Perhaps it's the of U. S.Tire .
] ring and sought a bribe of Adams for an unknown reason and experience Sold to you at a net price. Full values

; 'J.] ,: Wheeler for his silence. one of the members called Adams to buyers that makes them more emphatic Square-dealing.; A reputable maker. A U. S. NOBBY TREAD
out of the house. The reply in than this
'\: All the men under indictment have come was their'preference ever reputable dealer. The whole transaction
denied part in the alleged con- a shotgun: report from within the U. S. ROYAL CORD
e p) any house and Burden fell dead. year. as befits the leadership of the eldest and

t } ,n spiracy. I In several cases, newspaper men When these men have tried most largest rubber crganization in the world. U. S. RED & C-i::'Y TUBES
Governor's Order Flays. Dowling
\.:
I have been! asked to accompany the
The order of suspension of Sheriff
f 'masked men and have witnessed the
t .; Dowling is as follows: lathing of the victims of the mob.

I "Whereas, it has come to my attention Many of the persons abducted, beaten, United Stat T
officially that W. II. Dowling, tarred and feathered! were negroes. In s s
I nheriff of the county of Duval and of
-if the state of Florida, has been

by a grand jury in the United States. I

f l\ district of Floridanipon court for a the charge southern of unlawfully United States Rubber Com ary:

'f C'ombininlconllllrin!: and agreeing
t wish other parties jointly named in

wr r said indictment, to commit an offense .
''' against the United States: That is to I

say, to violate title II of the national FORD GARAGE STARKE FLA.

J prohibition act, and whereas it fur- ,

,'t ? ther appears! that the said W. H. M
( howling has not, during his present ,
{ encumbrance as sheriff of Duval county f '
\ /
k ,,i suppressed crime known to him
t to exist, and whereas, it appears that .
f the said W H. Dowling has wrongfully .
t' kid permitted violation of the state and

t t; federal law in Duval county which it some instances the letters "K. K. K." persisted in their efforts to stage any Messrs. John Shaw, of LaCrosse, Well, I only made that promise to

was his sworn duty to prevent, and were burned on their backs' or faces."I demonstrations he would take immediate and Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, were the pastor and besides I know that I
whereas, it is charged by the indictment to check them. Edwards
am determined that this organ. steps in this section Sunday. am saved and when the pastor tells
a
aforesaid, and by the testimonyupon said the'men him bound him
visiting Purvis Lewis attended church at .
ization will be what its founders intended of things I do and says they are sinful
which said indictment was based to secrecy before making known their Graham Sunday.
9'.1 namely an organization cooperating I know different and I won't listen .
that he the said W. 11. Dowling has
,
errand.
,.' with and upholding the majesty Mrs. I. T. Thomas and children, of .
been a party to the violation of law inj' to it.Goodbye.
of the law," said W. J. Simmons, Cooter Pond, attended church at Gra
) i Duval county, and whereas, it appears of Atlanta, imperial wizard of the order ZIF-- ham Sunday. my friend; my advice to

a'. that he, the said W. II. Dowling, bus in announcing that he had .sent Hugh Butler Crosby, of Brooker, you is to look for Christ and not for
t failed to render to the prosecuting officers I'KOF. C. J. IIUDLONGManchmler .
i t 30 men into Texas to investigate each Ziff, Aug. 5.-Messrs. Herman and was in our burg Sunday. the church.
in Duval county necessary ort N. II. case of outrages purporting to have Percy Moody, of LaCrosse and Frazier George Hazen and 1101'111. of Brooker,
i reasonable assistance and cooperation klansnien.: Shaw of Brooker passed thru was attending to business in this
{ the of crime inS "I am in good health for the first been committed by the sec Who Career
In prosecution time in thirty years and I give Tanlac "Before it shall be anything else," here Sunday enroute to Starke. tion Friday evening. Queen Elizabeth it Is said, possessed
Duval county. Simmons continued, "1 shall revoke Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Messrs. J. H. and Miles Kelley, Sam as muu; as 3.00O *owns at one Hint.
ryf \ "Now, therefore', I, Cary A. Hardee, the entire credit," said Professor C. J. every charter of the organization in daughter, Hazel, spent the weekendat Mott, Ellery Thomas, Clyde Kelley All were made of the richest staffs.

d a \ governor of the state of Florida, by Budlong, well known and highly respected America, banish every member and Cooter Pond, the guest of their sis and Howard Mott spent the weekendat trimmed with lace, embroidery and ftnJewels.

,1. 1, "" C virtue of the power and authority citizen of Manchester N. II., burn all of the paraphernalia of the ter Mrs. Debbie Shaw. Earleton Beach fishing !.
vested In me by the constitution of the living! at 42 School street. organization, and as its founder and I Ellery Thomas attended church at
/nil r. stalu: of Florida, do hereby surf end THE "WOULD HE" IIY THE "HAS
"From the time I was a boy I could head, destroy the child] of my own Graham Saturday night
the' said W. H. fowling, sheriff of Du not sit down and eat a meal without handiwork and furnish to all of the Mr and Mn. J. W. Lewis were BEEN" Do know
you
t I val county, from the exercise of the being in misery afterwards from Indi- officers of the law a list of members II shopping in Brooker Saturday. roll
r i duties of fluid. office on account of malfeasance gestion. During all these years I was each local community, in order that ,, Miss Ivy Starling spent the weekend Yes, I am a member of that church you can

in office! and neglect of his'! afflicted with rheumatism, too. It was they may watch the conduct and acts ; at Graham and while there attended but you know the pastor said some 50 .2.Qdcigarettes

h official duties a* sheriff of Duval coun- aU over my body, but especially bad in of each former member of the organ the union meeting./ thing and did one or two things thatI f or

I ( ty." my feet and legs and at times I could ization." ) Tom Markey, of Pine Hill, passed didn't like so I go to another churchnow.

S, not get from my Led to my chair with. The charter of the Beaumont, Tex., through our burg Saturday enroute to Oh, no! I don't say anythingthat 'lOcts from

y, I Why Bank OQtelal Oat Gray. out help. I was almost a nervous branch of the klan will be revoked immediately ,, Graham. would hurt the man or his church one bag of
-By the way Mrs. SOIII1!, that check wreck from all these years of suffering Mr. Simmons said, when Roddick and Ellery Thomas were --that you know would not be Christian -
pen deposited the other day came back and coull not half do my work. I told that the klan had accepted full attending to business in Gainesville like. I just stay away and give
2 marked 'No fund.' "Ob. thaoksl I hoped for nothing more than temporary responsibility for the recent beating, Tuesday the people to understand that I don't
.. I'll cash itIDllteod..Lltp.
: won't deposit II. this tlU) benefit, from Tanlac, as I believedit tarring and feathering of A. F. Scott, We are sorry to report that D. D. like him, and of course if anyone

_ impossible for any medicine to give of Deweyville, Texas, and Dr J. S. Thomas is very sick at this writing asks my judgment about the man I

me entire relief, but this is exactly Paul, of Beaumont, who were indicted I Mrs Rosa Kelly and children are must tell them the truth-as I see It,
Ambition.
y' Novelist Expensive Philip CurtUs nays that at what Tanlas has done. recently on a statutory charge Following spending a while at Hague the guests But, my friend, the pastor may not d

heart all women ore rave women nut "For the first time since I can re- their mobbing, both men were of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mott. see it as you do.

_ o+ + S that wouldn't lie nu bud If they dldu'l member I eat anything I want and di. ordered to leave town, and when Paul Mary Thomas returned to her home Well, that goes to show that the
want to drive up to the cave In a gent it without trouble. I haven an refused, a second warning was sent' near Starke Saturday after an extended pastor is not a Godly man or a true
UiuoUHluf.-Cruud lUpliln Press. ache or pain and have put on eighteen: him, telling him that unless he left visit here with her uncle, Dan- Christian. You see, we Christiansmust

pounds in weight I just ft'1'1I'H1I/ allover he would be forced to undergo an operation -I iel Thomas. walk in Christ's footprints and
1'' Safeguardcr. and enjoy life as I never did be after which he would be be Uncle Med Thomas is spending a we must not listen to anything we
here 1 III tin udsertlxemcnt of an .x fore. (Having put Tanlac to the test headed.' while here with his niece, Mrs. S. L. know is not right.: I just cannot forgive .4 GENUINE: i

i tremely: iiiuuulMi tent lined with peso I do not hesitate to say that it is the Chief of Police Edwards, of Kansas Prescott a pastor that does not preachthe BUITDURHAM
;, i, de cjt-'nt). Inn ,''''11 1i out In time what |u>nu de cyRue Is we My friend, that should
City Saturday. not .
r 1 ,, stomach trouble and rheumatinm. refused an offer from a Ku Klux Klanto Sampson cause TOBACCO I.T
a
t c S suppose we can gimrU against putting Tunlac is sold In Starke by Turner's help him clean up Kansas City. He Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith, of Or. you to break your promise to the'
', wife's t\s iilftnke by looking'
our .
I for on the JniwK'rli.Columbus; (0.' Drug Store, and by leading druggists told them that he did not believe in ange Heights, were visiting, friendsin church which you made before Almighty \ :. ::
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TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA 1
COUNTY
FRIDAY AUGUST 5. 1921. BRADFORD -
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'e' e e ere.ee. rrreVrover III rrr.Ir rr rr wry Ministers' Association of the Methodist


H, :I *: rITee Live State j News : purchase Episcopal in Chicago of hotel church, property has with completed headquarters in Euitis the., Everything: for QUALITY r r


i ..._____-______-__....+...._. _a.A""AAA&/ i as a home for retired pastors of the .

Told by Our Exchanges. 1 Methodist Episcopal church. The hotel for show

_.- -- I is situated on a high ridge on a nothing !
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il ___ chain of three lakes

With the establishment of a tannery The Bordenville dairy farm of Clay by orange groves. The district has ,

leather manufacturing plant an county is soon to be a reality. A com long been a favorite resort of north xt

and overall factory and the prospect of pany has been organized with a capital ern tourists in the winter season. t HAT'S OUR IDEA in making 1 ,,

( opening of the packing plant, the of $100,000 with Mr. B L. Dowl- T +

Chipley the people are beginning to feel ing as president Mr. Dowling is vice Charges that the new $4,000 fishing CAMELS-the Quality Cigarette. s sIt's 1

they are on the verge of prosper president and manager of the Florida schooner Pauline G., owned and operated "
!
that Industries Co., and is well known for by the Mirabella Fish Company, Why just buy Camels and look'at the package
it '. ,
) nis ability to through enterprise West at one o'clockon r
put every was seized at Key science has devised to keep
best packing
tarpon, the silver king of he connects with. the morning of July 14, by armedmen the
I taste.
huge
A of her crew fresh and full flavored for your r
waters, was taken from the ----- who made members cigarettes
Florida
St. Johns river near Fulton by R. A. I Lorenzo S. Darby, Atlantic Coast jump for their lives and was burned outside secure foil wrapping inside '(' .,

of South Jacksonville\ after a Line operator at Baldwin who shot in the harbor after being towed away Heavy paper seal the pack- ,

Rhodes fight lasting thirty-five minutes. and killed John S. Thomas, a deputy from the dock are made by F. Mira- and the revenue stamp over the end to
stiff
The fish measured from tip to tip sheriff, at Baldwin on the night of ella, who tells the story. Key West and keep it air-tight. i

feet and four inches and tippedthe June 8, flagged! a southbound train fishermen\ are blamed with the occur age

six scales at 130 pounds. and surrendered himself at Gainesville rence. And note this! There's nothing flashy about the '

early the following morning pleaded that do not
tarantula was in the Duval county Camel package. No extra wrappings
A Central America \guilty Monday The men of Brooksville are presenting f.

captured( at R. L. Mag-ann's grocery criminal court and was sentenced to an unusually well-kept appearance improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense

brought in bunchof life by Judge George C. decided drop in r
story, where it was a imprisonment as a result of a of the tobacco.
of the quality
bananas and put on exhibition in a Gibbs. the prices of haircuts and shaves at that must come out

bottle at the Central Pharmacy of the local barber shops. Monday the exclusive Quality wins on : Gct

Plant City. The tarantula is a large R. Stephens, of Bushnell, who was price for a haircut was 40 cents for a Camels wonderful and ;I a e

hairy spider whose bite is poisonousand drilling for water with an inch and a shave 20 cents. Tuesday a new shop merit alone.I iirhadBecause

said to cause' death. quarter pipe and also a six-inch well was opened and a sign was hung out, jacked i
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struck oil from both wells. After a announcing "haircuts 25 cents, shaves men smoke Camels: who want the tt) ofjyour to+aj

The body of Mrs. A. C. Worley, formerly I;:,:harge of nitroglycerine was discharged 15 cents." This was gladly welcomedby finest tobaccos expertly 1

of Bartow, was found with a I C in it, the small well opened > the general public and business began taste and fragrance of the i\\

her right temple in a vein of natural which is now old shop soon Camels for Camels smooth, '
bullet\ wound in 1.ip a gas, to pick up. The blended. Men smoke ,,, g
f
wooded plot in Daytona. A coroner's lowing[ from the well. Mr. 8tl'l''nswill ), got wind of the situation and understood their freedom from ciga- r ,.
I and f
I. eel mildness our
returned a verdict to the effect form a stock company to put tit once where their businesswas a refreshing *. \

jury that the woman committed Ruit'ide. I,lown a'well and erect an oil derrick in going no they immediately hung t , aftertaste. ;,,> old

)Her husband expressed the belief that he I neighborhood) of l.r.OO! to 2,000 feet out signs announcing the unusuallylow .-- . .,-a_ rem :' >kea

domestic trouble and financial worry I'here experts claim oil will be found prices, "haircuts 20 cents, shaves Camels are made for men who. think for them'I.'I.(time

prompted the act. 'plentiful.Six 10 cents." bert
I selves.
)
permits issued in Gainesville unmasked bandits held up theentire
Building F. H. Burch, of Jacksonville a guest "
during the past thirty days show'( force of the! Bank of South thought i
Sanford
ut the Valdez hotel, in
a
to be going ahead at a rapid Jacksonville at 10 o'clock Monday
that city the moonlight
in
would take turn
he a
rate a total estimated value being morning and escaped with $4,000 in night and get the cooling u .,t of '
Saturday :
of $30,100. The automobile to the Jacksonville side J '!
shown in that time in breezes from Lake Monroe before heturned i |
homes and boardinghouses I nf the St. Johns river Police anddeputies !
of room, half between
shortage I In. When about way .
amel
in that city has caused the prediction I started in pursuit of the han the city dock and the railroad r'varls NnAuanc

that the present building planis tits, but apparently lost all trace. Ac.orcling racks, someone grabbed him from behind rla-4tT S nchf r
the bookkeeper
McCnrrun
to Miss ,
only a starter I and hit him with a club or pieceof
the men spoke broken ]English,, lumber another assailant tried to I
Consolidated Naval Stores Co., appearing to be foreigners. The men
The
cut him and did cut through his clothng i il
expects immediately to resume operations I I did not enter the vaults, taking only and after ho hud broken his hand

< at Nalaca, near the end of the the cash in sight.! to defend himself the assailants s l
I trying
20
about
extension
Line 1'
Seaboard Air and extracted N. C.
through his pockets Wm.ton-Si.Um
went TOBACCO COMPANY. ---
miles east of Lake Wales in the Kis- I Battling helplessly in a ncaway,, some $!jOO() from his pockets R. J. REYNOLDS --. -

sitnmce river country, according to re without fuel, uuuinut u stiff southeast and loft him lie called for help and _.- (!N l

ports. The concern owns much timber ;ale, throe men and three women, to. managed to drag himself! as fur us theourthouse -- - -- - : I """
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and the equipment at one of its ether with the captain and crow of where several peo --- Ions' of To Cough Quick ,
he (' steps Arthur Davis, weakened\ by Stop a Ita..o" ASPIRIN
said
district is to rescued 011'I'ulm .
in that the yacht\ LaDorma wore found him.
camps JIlttrlct'd by his calls, blond, has a fair chance of recovery HAYKS'; 1IKAUNG HONEY. a Genuine ,
the finest in the state. [ Bench by a crow of volunteers buzzsaw which ran amuck ina cou !h mwliclna\ which ntom, the cough by ---
who went to the yacht's aid, following from a the Inflamed and irritated j.
healing!
In a battle with shotguns at Placi-11\ distress signal. The party sailed! The readiness yith which childrenuse wood lot near Tuvaros. Ho was op- ,I A box of GKOVK'S/ -Ihlau.\\ Name "Bayer" on GenuJtfd
Robinson exemplifies! at Shingle portable wood sawing out- Head F'\ f4n
da last Saturday night Sam from Miami at C:30 Sunday morning firearms waR rating a SALVE for Chest Colds r

a negro crazed with shine, was for the Bahama inlands, but in a battle :] Crook Tuesday when two sons of I, fit and while the saw was running at Croup U enclosed: with every The salve' rr N

of throe> white men, who I short of Mr. und Mrs. William H. Anderson! it u high rate of speed the frame broke IIA YF.S' 1IKAUNG HONEY. throiit r Y
killed by one with a rough Ilea ran gas. should Iw ruhlxtd on the cheat! and
had answered an appeal for protectionby I otinc. Is l alleged\ : I, became angry over some I and the bolt gave the saw a final lurches of children suffering from a Cold or Gouts I>

another _____ As the tale is told at free of tho pulley und frame. In- 'I
the wife of Jake Holieman, trivial matter. it ran The.....lIn.nffart of HIVM tI .lIn.Ur
_.._ td,
... 1 lobe: curve llmintaitiililiiod with the heeHu.ewt<< }
from his home of the altercation the younger The saw ('executed a ,' .n"'I old I he ul 1 ;
negro who was absent Frank Stevens, an old man about 00years the height drove 0 (M*..a-Tr.t. delve through, the pares
battle occurred. Two of the lad, aged 11, hurried into the grazing the richt hip of Davis, cutting the nkln alive etulM a ooufti.Hmh .
when the of age and Jim Danloy, a man the ring to nwiedb mm perked In OD.curtuo aDd lb.
broth and
were wounded with buck- house and grabbed a gun. His : his watch chain octet of the cumblued: &noauo.Ollol6o. .
white men of about 3.;; were shot from a cane .
from the negro's: gun.: 1tippt'ars er, aged 17, saw what was brewingand his watch from a right belt pocket.The eJuMI ask your druggist for itA YES'HI'AUNG in each peek.a .
shot Caryville.
by near or
patch a negro
from the then struck the Inside of Da- liON...Y. Aapirlq
run away
from their story that they inquired started on a saw I.tt dirwWcatuV ,
and
for the enraged youth, who drew bead andpulled via' \loft leg, fell to" the ground: physietsisafe .
The new motor equipment the to Vernon from a nero n"wr1' UnJ the MIne
way all did all sorts "ss you urn
Fortunately for than minute .. ; Ioy mUI \ .
railroad for a
the trigger. more
Florida Farms & Industries ? girl, who, after giving the required wood lot, Optlml.tlo Thought. nay"r on iNwikaffii ,r on tahlcU you I 1lhcoUtu.
will\ the aim was as bad as theintc.ntion of evolutions through. the not Annirin .>
concerned
service Ire giiUinK genuine
and ... prrrllimi .
week a and that InJ
arrived last I information, ran away, It rosts morn to revenge In tab
of the crow. .
lines. else the story would have luckily striking no others hy 1 ph.vnli-ltt.iM for twimtr-cm ,
be installed over the company's I shortly afterwards the men were fired that Tavaros for mc.d.Iral han I It due,' to bear thuiu. rears and nrovml! wife! l>y mill IlInll. Take lit bar
The cars are the finest made, supplied upon by a negro from a cane patch been a sad one; but it shows parents Davis was rushed to beingeight Anplrln only u tulil In the II...y..r nackura UHfumdi,1IIoIr' ,
the cut ) and
and be too careful In keepingfirearms aid. lIe bled freely, . fur {
with every modern convenience who then stabbed Stevens and then cannot Inchesdeep. To Cur a Cold In One Dsy for (Jolla l llmularlj., Neuralgia, IUi from children.A Inches long and four Karu-lm: TuniliM, IAUUM| >, ass!
of accommodating thirty pas The knife entered the sac away \ LAXATIVE tIROMO QUININE (Tililxl > II "!" I sell. \ larger
capable ran away. tiers of stitches Tib wntlm off ttie for I'ain JUorly tin trop. of twelve lUyarl
ofthese It took three rtai It* and d.
sengers.: The company has two containing the heart but did not touch wound. Arthur Davis is a told(mat, he!_W. |UJ'vtJI"airn.tuaoueauhbush 3UC.OptlmUtlo handsome cars and others will the heart, inflicting a dangerous husky wildcat which weighed 25 I to close the killed In a < also. cell I larger' nackunn. Adl'llink
demands develops. captured several days ago son of the Davis who was teal trade' mark {lr lUjrftr Mamifaoturaf
the pounds was
be added as wound.
of the Tavares courthouse Monvaoptlcu-lilraUir of SHoyliovol.
J. Fussell ol fracas In front >
W.
by Dr. Clark and i Thought.It .
and he was
Failing to observe the signal light l Four unmasked men operated on the Bushnell, who tackled the animal with. some weeks being ago struck over the Is human to err but dlabollcsl topene..ertt. I U.ovc th" "&Inn. tK'rut -111
hurt by Wtl, boys
Johns river road between Jacksonville and Pablo their bare hands and succeeded In subduing badly s when Itheard
draw on the St. to (iloii>-i>riinrrnt MUtt ;
at the open when his father came The HI.' Ixniln
head. It was
night for several hours, according it only after Fussell had beer II *
Browning when ye
Saturday
bridge: at Palatka, S. S. that the father was killed whole lot In n few/ Hum
lumberman and manufacturer to reports made to police scratched severely. Dr. Clark and' his rescue shot. An older brother I lays' 'lli'nt\ ri-iimin wo. have heard yet I bucautj.
prominent reported he driving to the Bethel by a well-directed !. bvcasaawlllle'e loom,"
and miraculously headquarters. One man Fussell were leave Ibe farm
abutment why boys
drove off the death when his car had been robbed of $14 while several sawmill when they saw the cat in a was kidnapped at that time. Dur.1 i ellitCrowa to t>. tsa'. oww.' "

escaped automobile parties reporter They were searchingfor ing the week Davis' sister-in-law 1UJm IOI JI
held suspendcM other palmetto clump.
caught on with the Us piling front and wheels was in the they had been challenged: but escaped clubs with the intention of killlnn and suffered a bad struck cut on on her the head fc Tired IOwnlwaiGtIDwwwahwwwwuJuQ* :rS ::1s
Later that they take and her baby was I II
approximatelyfourteen by speeding up their machines. It when one suggested CASKETSAnd
water. The car fell I glancing' blow of an ax head) t COFFINS &
automo- fled with the men by a
bruised the police were guarding an it alive. The cat
being "
feet. Beyond from the handle while one and run-down. of .
bile parked at the beach in the belief after it and every time it would atop which flew was weak a Full Line
wood at
Browning: was uninjured. the fatally was chopping' relate Mrs. EnU Buro tt. of '
of
Th .
that it was used by the highwaymenand to rest they would close in. <\challe and l/n that they intended to return forit. continued for about three miles wher the home. Qs. "I was thin BE
four negro box car tI:: all th. time. tiler.
Assaulted by animal tired, nEARS!:
automobile the
W. A. Owen, The beach road has a heavy they managed to comer well. I ", ...n'tI.nr S"..
thieves near Marietta, neck I didn't rest hand. The best Mr
cat about the TONIC Always on
the il
grabbed A .
AirLine traffic. Fussell hop.'m
,
Seaboard I knew, by 8p. -
special agent for the of Clark its hungry. vice at the lowest pricea.
railway was disarmed and badly and with the assistance drove's Tasteless chill: Tonic teuton<< I needed a tonic and aid attention to telegraph. or- r. aw" .
Sheriff Raines, of Pensacolawas feet tied. The prize: is now in a Purifying and
beaten. Mr. Owen went to Mariettato Deputy were Energy and Vitality liy I. none better than- rrs. Registered. Embalmer.DeWTIT ,
men who have been painfully injured near here several strong cage. Enriching the Blood. When you feel l it.streugthening.lnviglrating :s
try to capture when he jumped from n effect see howIt
four days ago JONES
He encountered C.
robbing cars. foot Muff while chasing Tom brings color to the cheeks, and how
and attempted to arrest one fifteen have been current In the Ft.. STARKE, FLA.
negroes Thedeputy Reports will then
alleged moonshiner. It Improve the appetite, you I
immediately Leggett,
of but the others : for time that (, -
some
them : section
of officers Myers value.
tonic
beaten was one of a party appreciate| Its true ICARDUJIrA
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he was
him and distillery using cornmeal I '
overpowered moonshine -
that had surrounded a still. Leggett big G rove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simplY

by them. fled with Raines just behind him. The instead of sugarcane or molar] Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup ;Su ls then

from the bluff and fell see for mash was in operation near pleasant even children like It. The blood 1886 .. feet
miraculously escaped fugitive leaped More definite Informs. QUININE to Purify It and IRON >t Four persons the brambles at the foot wherea Buckingham. need Tba Woman's Tonic I to tbecooao&
death at Pablo Beach when an airplane among Raines landed. Raines,, tion received a few days ago caused Enrich: it. DeMroys Malarial germs and ) *

piloted by Steven W. Crane moment later and Leg.ett'l Sheriff Tipping and his deputy to go Grip germs by Iu Strengthening. Invtgo& <' n> ooi .

crashed Into an automobile, demolishing however, fell struck upon Leggett the deputy in the to the place in the cypress swamp,, sting D'ecOc.! . I began uslac Cardml.'' I DAVISINSURANCE a' lit?.

the car and inflicting a scalp knees handcuffs where they arrived at 6 o'clock in the Mtta,s Mrs. Banvti. jurnal.I.IIy. .

wound to a 8-year-old child. The aviator chest. The deputy before placed he toppled over morning. As nobody was in sight I If You Want Your say first bottle, I slept -

and a woman passenger were unhurt on the fugitive from the impact when the still was located the oftceralaid and ate bitter. I took I! -., .

The plane was badly damaged,, nearly unconscious! knees. in wait until noon when they returned I-Alter bottles. !Now/ I'm well, piar

the propeller being smashed and both when he struck Leggett's to the city. At two o'clockthf'Y HOUSE PAINTEE ,, fine, ,at and sleep,

II wings wrecked.A burled-alive was the horrible were back on the job and at I E ,. clear and I have g I STARKE
pounds Literally rewarded and su.-. eel that
300 watch
weighing! their long was
bear o'clock
black which befell Charlie Young,, and Good Work
Long fate btst tonic .TSTmade. I
was killed on Bear bay in on the Laccal! plan. when the three men appeared and Cardo 1s the
workman
last week by a negro the still soldering Reasonable Prices ." .
Swamp near San Mateo north of Tallahassee beganworking around and ..
miles
John Brooks. The animal was mak tation, six when well on which he was : joints, calking: leaks and male r Thousands of other women' ,! HabltiMl Constipation CureflIn ..
a
Write
tram a Monday When the watch have found Cardul Just as 14 to II flays
ing her way v<>88 a swamp caved in. It is stated that he log general repairs. "
corn field\ where she had Just fed her. working covered with about 15 feet ot was ended and the three men placed I Mrs. Barnett did. It shoald LAX-FOS WITH PEPSSN"! Is f"r a snwlally-fIsbItua'uuatipation. .

self and her two cubs' when Brooks earth.was Young had two assistants in'' under arrest the two officers\ were Ir help you. I paredSyrupTonte-LaxaJvef[ It relieves promptly butshould
at '
discovered the trio. The cubs fled his work but neither of them were In' bad shape from the bites of swarmi At all drurcUts. I be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days

I' the first shot Bears have caused considerable the time of the cave-in. It of mosquitoes, their eyes being almost AMERSONLake TLtl to Induce regular action It Stimulates and -
well at 60.
damage: to corn fields in the the is said that they had reached a depthof closed and their hands and faces puffed J. W. rJ l I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tekt i

vidnity of Long Swamp and residents maraud- about 50 feet in their work when and swollen from Innumerable City, Fla. lint<< bottle..

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