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 12, 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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VOLUME, FORTY-TIIREE. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. im. NUMIIEIt SEVEN. 4w

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BUILDING OPERATIONS IN DOES JAZZ PUT THE SIN IN SYNCOPATION WOODLAWNWoodlawn I SOMETHING NEW FOR S'fARKEI 1 IS HOBOES! BURNED: TO DEATHIN FIVE MILE

STARKE ? WRECK .
Aug. 12.-A large crowd Bradford County Still Has Men Who Five Mlle Aug. 121. M. and S. 4 I
There seems to be quite a marked "Dancing to Mozart minuets attended the sing at the home of Mr. Have Interest of People at Heart Houston Tex., Aug. 8.-Fifteen Dukes were business viiitors here on . J; ," I
improvement in the building activitiesIn Straus waltz and Sousa two steps and Mrs. D. .L. Phillips Saturday' ..::.- men. unauthorized persons aboard Tuetday. 1
our community at present in fact would never lead to the corset checkroom night. There has been for a long time a are believed to have been burned to Mrs. P. P. Dekle visited relative in .
the outlook is more promising now which now holds sway in hotels Miss Debbie Phillips returned home desire in the hearts of the people for death in the wreck of Gulf Coast Line Lake Butler Wednesday. ". l

than it has been in the past five years. clubs and dance halls. Nor would a I Saturday after a two weeks visit with something that would be gotten up freight train No. S2, east bound near M. P. Dekle, T. D. Proctor and Mis ':.", ....., !

With lumber and building materialsat girl who wore corsets in those days ber sister Mrs. Edward Billiard of for their immediate good and protec DcQuincy, La., today, according to advices Ruby Proctor spent Thursday even ,;."afl>j
normal prices people are now will. have been dubbed 'Old Ironsld .' and Valrico.Mr. tion. Business men have realized the received at the general. offices of ing-4-Worthington \"' ,";., /0 '
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Ing to go ahead with building and improving left a disconsolate wall flower in a and Mrs. Arthur Crews of Ral- same; but speaking with respect to the railroad here tonight Work of J. V. Edwards and son, J. V. -Jr., rP4, I

homes which work hag been corner of the ball room," says Mrs. ford. visited their parents, Mr. and my own abilities financially, we havot clearing the debris Is proi-ppdmg. were guests of Mr. and Mr..| I' P. .' .
practically at a standstill during the Marx E. Obemdorfer national music Mrs. D. B. Browning here Sunday. been t handicapped for lack of capital The bodies were burned beyond recognition Dvkle Friday ( :, t tl

war period. chairman of the general federation of Isham Davis i\nd sister of Plant sufficient to control the unnecessary Nelson Dekle and Albert Dowlingwere '

The Consumers Lumber Companyhave music clubs. City arrived Saturday for a week's graft that is today running loose here Friday -... ,
contract for the erection of a The quotation above appears in an visit with their grandparents, Mr. without J'(' I.I.. There is not a businessman Unable to Identify Them B. L. Duke was shopping in Duke t. r.
modern seven-room bungalow for J. article entitled "Does Jazz Put the Sin and Mrs. Henry Howard. in our county, I will venture to Saturday.
C. Robinson the work on which has in Syncopation?" written by Mrs. D. B. Browning was a business visitor say, who has not oftentimes wishedhe Lake Charles La., Aug. 8.-Efforts Mimed Norma Deklo and Mae Duke !,

already commenced. This firm has Oberndorfer in the interes of butter tq Jacksonville Friday. could only be in position to help to Identify any wreck of the 15 men Reeves killedin attended baptismal and church services ,
also just closed contract with W. music. This article which appears In Mrs. Fred Waters and children visri every fellow-citizen who would come a freight today at at Unity Sunday,
had been abandoned
La.
Mitch Edwards for the erection of a the August number of The Ladies' ; >d Mrs. Sapp in the Evergreen community to him for assistance. lie does all he practically Roy Taylor and Charlie Cone of
of the wreck
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handsome bungalow on his property Home Journal points out how music Sunday. c.n. probably, but still this is a little tonight. scene known Clear Creekbridge. wasa Midway, were visitor here Saturday. '
trestle
high
on'West Call street. Jojjoth instances may become an influence for evil. It Arthur Green' who has been ill for bit only. as Marion Dowling of I.ake Butler
The locomotive crossed the
the old buildings are being torn directs particular criticism to jazz. the. past few days is improving.. Friends countrymen to be plain trestle but thir"en- yi, ited his sister Mrs. It. U Duke I Get a
down to make room for the new. Offering proof that Jazz produces a graft has brought! us to where we are safely practically Sunday. ;'er had
tire train of CO fell into the ra
Col. A. S. Crews is just beginning definite demoralizing ekcct on the hu METHODIST today--every year it presses down cars \Mrs. F. I... Drawdy and son, Ardt-ll ''JackedWI'
operations on an artistic bungalow to man brain Mrs. Oberndorfer continues harder and faster on \la.'c will, to vine.The \'(' guests of \Mrs. Ralph Glover on !
bodiei of the burnedso free
be built on his lot on Walnut street. : "Jazz originally was the accompaniment Sunday school,10 a. m., L. A. Davis clear our conscience cuss the poor lit men were Wednesday. 1" \ of 4
even'their
that color in. In ,,1 n
This work will be in charge! of R. S. of the voodoo dancer stimulating superintendent. tle merchant in our home town for it badly Marcus\ Drkte spent Sunday and : I
doubt. A number of the
Powell. the half-crazel barbarian to the Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject all. He is not solely responsible for I cars werederailed. Monday in Lake flutter "
Mayor L. A. Davis has the plans vilest deeds." "God's Candles." the evil; true, he has to make a profiton Mrs. Addle Illume and( Mis Ida ""J your

and specifications for a magnificent After pointing out the evils created Preaching 8:30: p. m. Subject the sale of his goods but how I The day of tho box orator has Illume were guests of Mrs. Dekle one ,, 'y our r
colonial residence to be erected on his by jazz, Mrs. Oherndorfer concludes "The Love of God.. many make their large profits on the passed hexes are soap too expensive.Mrs. day last week. 'iy old r dMr

property. lie has received bids from with a plea for good music because SOWED: same commodities he is offering you I I1 and Mrs. (?. O. Bielling, of d t ,eke a
several contractors on this work andit of the help and inspiration it can and Moonshiners and Blind Tigers. even 1 before he gets his hands on i vlflenre, were here" Thursday. Pros'I "
I time
!is presumed that the contract will will !give. She says: :'The music department REAPED: them? In order to swat all this unnecessary -, POUKP and son, Dave, of Tho- \Mr. and Mrs P. P. Deklp, Mr and
be let within the next week. When of the general federation of A Drunkard and a Wife beat with profiteering, we must neck I mnsvillo, Ala., are guests of !Mr. and Mrs. D. Harris wore guests of \Mr, .Jb ert
completed this will be the finest residence music clubs has taken for its motto: "little hopes of her recovery." some method l to entirely cut out these Mrs. W. H. Leu. and, \Mrs. I D. I, Plume Sunday.

In this part!; of the country and "To Make Good Music Popular and WHO middlemen-the men buying direct The W. C. T. U. met In regular \Mix \Mae Duke had as guests this '+
will be a credit to Starke. Popular Music Good!" The article Wichita Kansas; No. Starke and from the ,.rnakt'rll.. business pension Monday afternoon, week, Miss Ruth Richard, of Lake t !in a

shows how the women of Americacan Bradford County. Oh, well' you will say, that's tho ,' Mrs. J. E. Maines presiding. Butler Miss Mettle Douberly) of Lulu 'at of
MEETING OF CITY COUNCILThe help the club women carry out M. SMITH, same old ''ga!:,'." There is no way of' Mr\*. A. C. Strickland and children. , and' Mrs, S.ll\1lktl.| | t of Lake City. :incUIN s
this motto in every home firmly Pastor. doing all that big stuff you preach. Mrs. C. F", Rivers and children spent Mrs. Leslie Parrlnh. and I\lrll. T. J. ,

city council met In regular session steadfastly determindedly until all / But there' is, men, and no one is responsible Sunday afternoon' at tho home of Mr\ Duke art critically 11at\ thin wrlt ..
the music in our land becomes an influence BAPTIST . for the conditon of our country and Mrs. T. II. Rimes of Dukc Ing. h a
August 2nd with all members ..,. v
present. for good. today but our own selves. We C. F. River motored to New River Robbie Purrlsh |Is confined to his 6'R1J1 r

Minutes of last meeting read and Rev. A M. Yarborough will preach make the county what It Is. "How do !Sunday:: nftprnoon, bed. ) with fevpr. : ''
approved. BRADFORD Sunday August 14th, at both morn. you/get it that way? I'm kicking on Mrs. II. J. Stewart and children returned Mr. Page, who hal been quite 111 i r t

Report of the bond trustees tax Ing and evening services. Everybody all these high price and cussing every l to their home in llralcntownafter ; for several days, I III improving' {
III i cordially invited to hear him and fellow Iran for it, and now nobody several weeks visit with relatives ] 0
and Mrs.J.
collector and treasurer, for the monthof Bradford Aug. 12.-Mr. I Drs. J. \. Mann and J. E:, Maine !t1S'1 trti
July, were checked and ordered fil- C. Cone and children of Brooker, the members of the church are specially I but TOP, speaking of the county and friends.. have made professional calls to this' 1 {
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. urged to attend. at large! is responsible Yen we Mr. Moody, of New" River was a section lately -' h__.___

ed.The committee on rules laws and V. Edwards.Joe are. "Plounp. hunh. Get; to telling I' business visitor to Lake. IliUlpr Saturday Mr. and Mr. Philip Oroxby! werecalled
Free advice is generally worth no UH the remedy, that is what we want to' ,
ordinances introduced ordinance No. HarroU and daughter! Martele the bedside, of their laughter < .
of LaCrosse were visiting relatives more than it costs to hear." If you are interested and Mrs. Mary E. Wrrtz !left Thursday Mrs. T. J. Dukes Friday. .

110.An ordinance to be entitled an act here Sunday. I know you arc, please write or call for Crystal River where she will Eugene nnd lien Crosby Mesdames! \
Edward: We have no fear of our sins finding on Aubrey R. Moore Starke Fla. lie make her future home. Mrs.. Wt-rta :t
Misses and Eva
to create the 'office of town clerk and Rubye II. Guiney and,I S. Mott visited their. Genuine
combining the office of treasurer and Geneva and Lucille Harrell and Mis- WI i out.slot Everybody knows them now, will tell you and l prove to you in your has )Jived here( for a number of yearsand "I"tcor.11'1'\ '. T. J. Dukes Saturday' and
tax collector therewith and proscribing srs. Seclier, Edward, Malcolm Mabry and more than we pnsfloxs. own judgment that the thing can he her friends wish her success; In Sunday f-

his duties and repealing certain and Cephus Harrcll attended B. Y. P. \ done and get every one of us untold her new home. Mr. and Mr*. L. I,. Kutch, of Ital- .j ,

ordinances and parts of ordinances.The U. at Brooker Sunday night Asheville, N. C., were the guests of good. Drs. J. F.. Mains and J. M. Mnnn ford were culled to the bedside. of n

roll was called and the vote recorded Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards attended Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Andrews Wednesday made n professional visit to Five Mrs. DukcN Mr. Flitch returned(' to
as follows: preaching at Sardis Sunday. and Thursday. LAKE BUTLER Mile" last Saturday afternoon. Hnifonl Monday but Mrs. I"ult'h' will

Ayes: S. A. Bryan J. F. Colley, O. Mrs. Joe Shaw and little daughter Wainwright, of Starke was visiting Harney Yarned, of Johnstown was remain and. assist In Hunting her sinter '
J. Griffin D. C. Jones J. \V. White so Josie Ll'e. are visiting! Mr. and Mrs.C. here Sunday afternoon. Lake Butler Aug. 12.-The many transacting business, in town flu tur. ,
the ordinance passed title MS stated. W Edwards. Miss Loca Johnson of Lake Butler friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rob day. \Mrs.! P. O. Duke and daughter '
The mayor was instructed to issue Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Edwards.of spent the week-end here. erts will bo glad to learn that their Marvin nuggar and Miss Luclllo Julia were visitor here Monday.
his proclamation for election to be i Jacksonville are spending a while Louis Reynolds of Jacksonville was (children who have. been ill with typhoid Varnes, of Johnstown were visitors to Mr. and Mr. Tuimnlit Thomas visited I II In each" peek.
"la of
with their Mr. and Mrs. C. visiting his daughter Mrs. Jim Dowl. fever are much at the town Friday evening. Aspirin
held Sept. 13 1921. Inspectors parents, improved her. parents, \Mr 1111,1Irs.\ Will tlio
appointed dlrsutlasr
for said election were: J. L. M. Andreu. I ing during the week. present writing. The members of the Sunbeam band Carlton, Sunday y Pbyainlau."' '
Hewitt In Miss Emma Powell of Mr. and Mrs Moss Hewitt of Five together with friends" spent the hour win
visiting
Peek F. P. Shaffer' T. N. Kendrick.WE Raymond was Starke was I D.) J. O. Green and family spent the J'J by mu-
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this section Sunday. I visiting Miss Penn Whitten here on Mile were shopping. In town Tuesday I appointed for the meeting with Mrs week-end with relative hare, '. iil.' ,
Misses Rubye and Elma Edwards : Sunday. t Hiram Hunter of Worthington was Joe Townsend and a pleasant visit Willie. PurriKli who has been, confined nut on' hear tablet far:
NEED BOOSTERSA
attended church at Sardis Sunday. Dr. King of Lake Butler was a a business visitor to town Monday. I was enjoyed" with this estimable lady to lilt bed for several' days l I Is IUlllllmatJlIIII, i
Clarence Scaff passed through our professional visitor here Monday. Mrs. J..E. Malnes royally entertained i who for a number of years, tins been' again I able to I be, out age, and farwdre
town without Boosters is as incomplete sention Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended the showat at progressive Rook last Tuesday shut-in from the pleasure of outdoor Dewey fluke left Thursday, for "" "'''I tablet lergse' '
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as a Sunday chicken dinner O. W. Barry was attending to business the state farm Tuesday night. afternoon at her home on Lake street life. Plant City, where he will engage! In. 'a"e mark or
without a preacher present.A in Jacksonville last week. W. H. Andrews,'Jr., was a visitorto The guests were received and escorted The revival service held at the truck: growing thl* fall and winter, nuaotataanid.. '
town may have the best schools, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andreu and Jacksonville Wednesday.Dr. to the punch bowl where they were church of Christ have been beneficial George Williams has returned from
water and good fellows in the state, slater Fay motored to WorthingtonSunda and Mrs. Chalker of the state served by Mrs. P. M. Padgett. After to the listeners and several member Rodman.
but let it lack Boosters and the town yafternoon.Mrs. prison farm were visiting in town one several hours of amusement the have been added to the church. Mr*. D. I. Bluma was a business ...in.imi'rnt.

is marked on the railroad time tables Alma Surrency was shoppingin day last week. guests were served banana salad saltines Mrs. Tolbert of Lake City was a visitor to Lake Butler Monday. t'" t.tlk
with a star which translated means, Worthington Saturday afternoon.J. Tom Chastain of Lake Butler was and iced tea. guest of Mrs. Rosa Duncan and children Dowey Duke spent Saturday and II heard wirers If

"Train stops only when flagged." W. L. Pinholster of Pine Hill a visitor'hen during the'week.S. The honor guest for the afternoon this week. Sunday with relative In Lake But Ie bocasnl.yet ')
Boosting and hard work are ideal passed through our section Sunday af H. Moore was a visitor to Brook was Mrs. If. J. Stewart of Braden. Miss Evelyn Flynn returned to her lor. La eow.-

companions; without them a town ternoon.C. er Sunday.Mrs. town. Those present were Mesdames home In Trenton after a twA week I Mrs. John Morgan of Bracket wag _,
soon falls into a state of sleeping M. Andreu and family attendedthe Vesta Broom and little daughter W. M. Johnston, M. Riherd Seeber vUlt with friends. I hero during the week-end assisting In'r IIJmDJQlcumu-:

sickness and dry rot. It was Boost. fish fry at Cooter Jond Tuesday. Margie of Jacksonville Were vii.Itlng King W. ir. Stewart L. E. Parrish Misses Omie and Lula ScarboroughIdeal the nursing of Mr*. Dukes. tTS
ing and hard work which made the The reunion was well attended at at the home of Mr and Mrs. Jim Tom Chastain A. C. Strickland P. and Katherine Kelly and Willie Mr. and Mr. Claude Uenfroe silent l

desert of Utah bloom to be the garden the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes Dowling several days last week. M. Padgett Onie Pons G. A. Epperson Dekle motored to Worthington Wednesday the week-end with her parents, Mr. of

spot of the West. If you want a near Monday. Mrs. Handley spent several days in F. Wise J. E. Maines, Misses afternoon. and Mrs. R. E. ParrUh.Mr (..
by example of what Boosting ran accomplish Mrs. Alma Halhrook and daughter Jacksonville last week having soma Marshall Proctor Thelma Schell and Marie Holland and J. R. Chastaln and Mrs. Paul Renfroe, Mr. and
how about Miami or the Opal and son, Clem are guests at the dental work done. Bessie Kennedy.Mrs. are visiting relative In Iak. City. Mrs. Will Markham were summoned RSE

wonderful bridge at Jacksonville home of Mr. and Mrs. W M. Harrell Dock Crews of Long Bridge was a Minnie Williams returned to George; Whittemore was\. accidental to the hcdHido of their sister, Mrs 'at8Nr-
Not a few moons ago I was treatedto Mabry Harrell of LaCrosse, spent visitor here Thursday.Mrs. her home in Dowling Sunday morning ly shot In the leg Sunday night by Jim Leslie Parrish Saturday. hP"

some conversation by a pair of local the week-end wit hhls parents Mr. S. H. Moore and children Dor- after a pleasant visit with her Con. I Mr*. Marion Goodgo visited her ton
fellows, both of them good fellows and Mrs. W. M. Harrell. Is. Howard and Grace, spent several' sister Mrs D. W, Borum. flh..riEpperllon.// of Starke., motored James Goodge; Saturday and Sunday. lmer.l 'C\\ *

but wrong. They said that Heil- Sumner Andreu was a caller in the days last week in Brooker.W. Rev. S. S. Proctor returned Monday to Lake Butler Monday. L. S. Dekcl was a business. visitor
bronn Springs did not amount to much Midway section Sunday.N. H. Andrews was a visitor to from Pine Grove, Levy county wherehe Mr*. Garland Parnell of Jacksonville here Friday. 'ES

E'tc., etc, etc. I am wondering if they G. Hayes attended to business Jacksonville Friday. had spent the week-end. i II the guest of her mother Mrs. Mrs. B. J... Duke Is convalescent to

would have said that to a prospective in Gainesville Thursday and Friday. Shepard Moore was a viiltor to Marcus Dekle of Five Mile spent Rosa Dunran. the delight/ of her family and friend D q
investor, who might be dropping into Brooker Friday. Sunday and Monday with his grandparents The O. E. S. met Tuesday afternoon Archie Waters and brother Jeff//,

town to build a hotel or invest some NOTICEAll Mr and Mrs. Willie Andrews and Rev and Mrs. S. S. Proctor, at the Masonic hall. stopped over here Saturday while en-
money in the spring T little daughter, Billie Kathryn of T. D. Proctor returned to Bartow Oulter Boyd of Five Mile wa a route to Pine Hill where the former /'
A good Booster could convince me those who have kindred or Jacksonville, were visiting relatives Tuesday morning after a visit with busines visitor to Lake Butler Sat will begin a singing\ school.He ui.n ry is feel tta.

of most anything if I thought he was friends sleeping In Long Branch cem- here several days last week.H. relatives and friends here. urday. extended a cordial Invitation to ,t to tttet .
sincere. Let's start Boosting Starke etery are hereby requested to meet Blake of Lake Butler was In Miss Ruby Proctor1 left Sunday for Preston Williams\ of New River members of the Five Mile'cIa.* to attend cono|. .
right now. Let's start Boosting the there August 17th tor. general town Sunday. Jacksonville after a ,visit .with relatives. was a business visitor to town Satur- the school at Pine Hill so cos

spring. Let's pull some of Inman's clean up and beautifying. Bring your Quite a crowd from here attendedthe dya. UK utf.t .
BOOSTER. dinner and tools to work with. picture show. at the state farm D. W. Borum spent Sunday with Mrs. Dock( Crew, of New River WHITE-ALDERMAN Journal._
MRS. DAVID LANG. Saturday night. his family was trading in town Saturday. v ?

Most women are guided by instinct W. I. Roberts spent Sunday with Miss Mona Alderman of Starke Olen' lisle of Five Mile was attending The following-announcement will '., -', .

but a few refuse to be guided at all. RAIFORD his family here. Mrs. Roberta accompanied spent the week-end the /guest of Miss to business In Lake Sutler be read with much Interest by the
him back to Jacksonville San. Omie Scarborough.Math Monday.
When a fool man attempts to argue Raiford Aug. 12.-Misses Helen dya afternoon where she will spend Roberts of Five Mile was Elisha Douglas of Lulu was a bus many couple friend concerned of: the popular young ,

with a woman he first gets licked and Nauright Eflie Ogden and Messrs. several days with relatives.We a caller in town Sunday afternoon.Bob ines visitor here Monday.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Alderman announce .
then mad. visitors sorry to the Rivers Misses Russell River Matilda Crew left Saturdayfor
gets Earl Whitten Avery Tison were are report death of the engagement of their
Mrs. Plen who and Kate motored over to a visit with friend at Gaines.
lake Monday night. Gordon passed awayat Epperson
to Kingsley daughter Mary Ina, to Mr. George r+
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ville.
Men and women are now Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and her home near here Thursday. Interment Worthington Springs Tuesday afternoon Charles White the marriage ,to take E
wherein it interfereswith Mrs. Guilford Roberts of Guilford
equal except took .
at
John Arthur were visitors place Sapp cemetery
little son, place early in September.For .
the prejudices of the men. to Lake Butler Tuesday.afternoon. Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. We ex :J. W. Townsend motored to Lake spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs.

S. T. Dowling was attending to tend our deepest sympathy to the Butler from Orange Springs Tues- Joe Green. +
Women are quick to claim their stricken Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Blelling of some reason "tomorrow" Is the
af- .
I in Lake Butler Tuesday grief family.A. day
in all matters business Providence motored to Lake Butler most favored word in the English
made prerogatives
newly D Andrews was a visitor to Mr. Edonfield, of Lulu, was greeting 3
bills.except the payment of the family i I ternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Andrews of Starke Tuesday morning.: friends in town Monday. last week. language. : 4-

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d BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1921.
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Claude Crosby was 41fl
> f .. BROOK I I. I fond section Friday afternoon.C. .. Miss Wilma Blanchard was a visitor the prevalence of divorce in propor.
0'' of I Moody and son Herman, of La Hampton, Aug. 12.-Mrs. I.B. Hall Lawtey, Aug. 12.-Dr. E. L. Biggs to Starke Monday.J. tlon'' to the growing wealth of the
Brooker, Aug. J2:-Mr. Peeples here, I Crosse, were here on business Monday and children are visiting her parents, 'of Starke was a professional visitor S. Eunice and son, Harold, were country is due to a change in function\
1 rl Starke, was transacting business Morning Mr. and Mrs. Fawney Jones, of Graham to Lawtey Sunday. visitors to, Starke Tuesday.Mrs. of the pituitary body. Now we know
:
,,1.; Tuesday. Green and John demon, of: Misses Margaret Godwin and Bettie Louis Marr and children spent I all about it.Experimenting.
Allen
t L. W. Sowell was a business visitor I I visitor here Monday' Mrs. Robert Hicks, of Waldo was Cole and James Godwin were visitors Sunday with relatives in Highland.Mr. I
Pine Hill were
q,' to Worthington Wednesday morning. afternoon. the guest/; of. Mr. Hick's father, B. to Starke Monday. and Mrs. Rigsby of Starke, in the effects of
Mra. Shriver and son, Lewis were I Virginia Weeks spent the week-end : Hicks, Tuesday. ,0 Misses Pearl and Jeannette Bennettof were visitors\ !, here Monday. wood alcohol is not confined to cheiti.

visitors to Gainesville Wednesday afternoon 1 with friends in Starke. I II. D. May and family of Atailbtcounty Jacksonville, are spending a few Mrs. V. R. Reddish and son, Bryant ists or physicians alone. But you'dbetter

f i f!I The Seventh Day Adventists held were guests of her parents. days at Lawtey and Kingsley. were visitors to Starke Monday "let George do it."
Several from here enjoyed a fish fry their quarterly meeting Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs T. M. Hagan Sunday., Mrs. R. R. Thede was a visitor to f Miss Claudia Terry spent last week 1 I Irt'rl

S. ; .at Cooter Pond Tuesday. \V. II. Harrell, of Bradford was in James Reynolds, of Graham, wilf l -a Starke M nday. with friends'at Kingsley lake. l. country keeps on turning
b J. W. L. Pinholster, of Pine 11111, Saturday afternoon. ,: business visitor here Saturday.C. ." A.. A.: 'Stokes, of Jacksonville, visited Mrs. E. B. Wells was a visitor to out millionaires 'fellow will soon

was in here Wednesday afternoon. town Godwin, of Alachua, was at : A. Rahme and family returned his parents here Monday. Starke the first part of the week.Mrs. have to be stone broke in.order to be
Roy .
I 'j Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu Jr., who : to business here Monday af to their home at Ocala Thursday after I Mrs. L. II. HUl andn C. S. Hill were Altman, of Starke was the aristocratic.'
a t, .. have been visiting relatives here fort tending a visit with friends and relatives visitors to Starke Monday. guest Thursday of her sister, Mrs. j
ternoon. I
is \ the past few weeks, returned to their Claude Crosby spent Thursday afternoon -I / 3. B. Eddins of Gainesville was Mann who was quite ill last week. Many man wjw can talk as loud
,
: here.Mr.
I l I home at Plant City Wednesday. I at Hampton beach. and! MrsJ B. Hunt were visitors transacting business in Lawtey last Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor as anyone in a bunch of men, can't

> i r Robt. Lewis, of Ziff washere, Tuesday -.I James Crews. of Bradford was in to White Springs Sunday Thursday. to Starke Thursday. even manage to stutter when he wants
1' ,
'qtr' 1; afternoon. 'I town Sunday. Messrs. W. M. and L. R. Balch and Raymoad Hess of Jacksonville, wasa James Browning went to Jacksonville I to talk to a woman '

4 d t.' Mrs: L. F. Osteen visited relatives"I Reba and Rhoda Brown and Alva C. A. Beck were-business visitors: to visitor to LawtpyThursday.J. : last week where he will again
.4 t f.NF at Pine Hill\ Wednesday. Thomas of Pine Hill were in town Starke Saturday. T. Reddillh'w.. a visitor to Rai take up his duties as a clerk in one 1 NOTICE OF ELECTIONI
t : Mr. and Mra. Frank Andreu of L. A. Da"Ia.i Jr., mayor of Starke. Flo..
and Herbert ford
4 Thursday. Mrs. T. J. Thomas son, Wednesday. of the Whidden stores. Ida, by virtue of the authority voted In
;'" .. New,River, spent Wednesday here at in ValdosU, Ga., are the guests Cortlandt Shipper returned to his James Rafuse was a visitor to the by law, do hereby call an ....."on to I b> Ml nu
of Gainesville
.. I A. B. Shaw was -
at the Town Hall in the aforesaid town,
d the home of their son, S. V. Andreu. I town Monday. .' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. home IP Live Oak Sunday, after a county seat Monday. I the 1\JeliflPd voter therein, on br

' s,.." Several from here attended the Inez Abernathy Is on the sick list Haynes, this week. visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr. C. R: Sapp and daughter, Jul-i for the TUESDAY.purpoaa of SEPTEMBER clactina the following IS. 1921 offl
o,: .. party' at Mrs. Arrie Colson's of Pine at this writing.Mrs. . Mrs. T. J. Durden and daughter, Mrs. E. E. Burney. ia, visited relatives near Raiford, '' an

: Hill Tuesday night M. P, Matheny and children Mrs. H. F. Chesser, are guests of Miss Florrie Terry, who is employed Wednesday. I One One Clerk.Mayor.Trauurcr and Tax Collector.
IV.; Ben Crosby and Eldon Baxter motored Mrs. at the State visitor One Marahal.
spent Saturday in Alachua.Mr. Mrs. Durden's daughter, Vandy telephone exchange is Constable J. S. Lowery was a Two Aldermen.
JI' to Hampton Thursday after- Hall spent the week-end with\1 Geiger of Brownville. spending a vacation In Lawtey at the to Jacksonville Sunday. I On aaMOftor.limpretara .
"r y noon. bin family at Hampton. Mrs. M. L. Andrews and children home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.I{II Justice C. R. Sapp was transacting I T. N. Kendrick of laid Julian election L. Peek.t F. P. Shaffer'
y. it4.4. / Mrs. B. T. Crosby, who has been i motored to Hampton who have been the guests of her parents J. Terry. business in Starke Tuesday. j I In testimony whereof" I hereunto aube.rllIemp
Royce Gainey jPoa .
(
4a }! name and cauae th aeal of the laid town
visiting relatives in Wauchula, returned ': beach Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan, for Mrs. James Shepard and children will to to 2'L hereunto affixed thl.,12th day of August,
home Thursday. several weeks returned to their homeat of Starke visitors is the best i
were Lawtey
j on
and and families iSe.'ll
I I L. R. II. P. Gainey -" L. A. DAVIS JR.
: Mfj-ui'd Mrs. L .L. Johns, of New ] that It will be done. '
.
r ,[ attE' de f'.Chur'h at New Hope Saturday Leesburg Saturday.G. Thursday. assurance 8-12.fit-9-8. Mayor of Stark, Fit.
River, were in here Wednesday after-1!I I" and Sunday. W. Rahme was a business visitor A. J. Powers of Macclenny, was a -- -- - --- -- ---' - -

; noon. I' ]'. M. Barefoot was attending' to to Lakeland Thursday. visitor"to Lawtey Sunday. J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthews
f-; ''' Mrs. Brown, of Pine Hill, was here I business In Starke Tuesday. Evangelist T. S. Hubert, who has Will! Bannerman, of Tallahassee,
Wednesday.T. I I fish been conducting revival services here was a business visitor to Lawtey several
] Several from here enjoyed a frya
C. Huron Is having his house I tthe Scout Hole Tuesday. lefts\\donday for his home in Douglass, days last week. INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANY
II painted, adding much to the looks of Ga. The revival services at the Baptist Mrs. T. J. Terry was a visitor to. ,

the place. I I GRAHAM church closed Sunday evening, Starke Saturday. won't
If don't rub against the White Wash you get it
Y'i i Mrs. D. W Hazen and son, Fred, with ten additions to the church. Mrs. T. S. Stark and two sons, of you

i I were in Gainesville Friday afternoon. | Graham, A UK. 12.::Dr. W. E. Midi These services were conducted by Gainesville, were visiting friends in on vou.

i ft Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, i die-ton, of Starke was a business caller Rev. Hubert, who was assisted by the Lawtey last week. They were on their The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its
t t :4 made a professional call here Friday. here Monday. pastor, Rev. T. S. Gibson. Rev. Hubert way to Miami where Mr. Stark I. em-

.., Mr. apd Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and I Messrs. Irvin and Truby Dye spent has had much experience fn evan- ployed.Mr. HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE
((51 Mr. and Mrs.. L. W. Sowell attended Monday at Ziff on business. gelistic work and the previous pas- \ and Mrs. L. H. Hill were visitors -
of millions of dollars worth of
let advertisements property
Aug.
carrying
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church at Dedan Sunday. I torlal work rendered Gibson to Starke Thursday.Mrs. .
Rev.
by
business vial-
I Chcsley Fogg was a .
listed for sale or exchange; throughout the United States Canada and Mn.I
t Little Grace Ilazeri Is on the sick f tor to he county seat Monday. caused the church to be revived and Nancy Britt, of Macclenny, is I leo. If you have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. Th
list. j Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Dowling, ot make the meeting a success. spending a few days with relatives in I advertising costs you nothing on commission listings. It will be our hard
a. :' A party composed of Mrs. I. W. Pin- I, Pompano spent Tuesday at the home Mr. and Mrs. Alderman, Mr. Futcli and near Lawtey.C. luck if we fail to find you a deal.

i'j" holster and MJSHOH Veda Watson, Clara of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin, allof_ Starke, R. Sapp was transacting business .-
\r\\Ir\, Cone, Willie Mae Oliver\ Iva Col Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Osteen return I have recently attended the revival! services in Graham last week. Inter-State Realty Company, Schell BuildingLAKE
; son, Inez Abernathy, Messrs. Eldon rd to Brooker Tuesday after several here. R. M. Tracey was transacting business -

", o and Walter Baxter, Jno. Pinholster, days visit with his sister, Mrs. John- Mr. Hall, of Louise, was a business in Starke Tuesday. BUTLER UNION COUNTY FLORIDA.

: Marvin and Fred' Hazen and R. A. I ny Surrency. visitor hero Tuesday. Mrs Ncwsonrtind children, of Starko -- -- -- -- ,- ------ -
Weeks and family spent Thursday afternoon II. D. Wasdin, Alvin, LeRoy and Dr. Middleton, of Starke made a were visitors to Lawtey Wednesday.J. In You will make mistake
t Rpriiirtinn Prices
''N at Hampton beach. I Mrs. Rquilla Dixon were business viII.I professional visit to Hampton this S. Eunice wag transacting business Big if you order o'u: fertilizer I-

r Rev. Crosby, of Starke, filled his |Iltors I to the county seat Tuesday. week. in Jacksonville Friday. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof
",
t regular appointment at Dedan Sun I Messrs. C. B. Roberts, Roy, Mia Mrs. Chrkhlo and children of Jack Mrs. E. D. Boyer was a visitor to Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides

day. I Onio Graves and Mrs. Odell Abernathy sonville, are guests of her father, W. Starke Monday.Mrs. Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .

Messrs. Paxton and JOSHC Shirley I sport Thursday in Starke on bus- I E.IIutchenson.Mr. Hattie Black of Watcroak, O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
and Guy Pinholster, of Jacksonville, in\'ss. I Holder, of Thercssa, has been JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet.
visited relatives in
Lawtey Tuesday.
spent Saturday here with the lattcr's Messrs.. K.': J. Murrhee and O. W. a recent visitor here. '
;1 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinhol- Dyad spent Thursday at Sampson lake W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was a Doyle Boyer was a visitor to Jack Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"

'. star, Jr. I Slab log. business visitor here Tuesday.
( Mrs. S. J. Kelly is on the sick list\ Charley Graves, of Georgia, is visiting Miss Iris Parker, of Gainesville, is ,
q( I at this writing. We hope her a speedy I his brother, James Graves, this visiting her grandparents here.
I .1 _r recovery.Mr. week. Messrs. L. B. and II. H. Hall were I

\ and Mrs. G. B., Colson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smith have visitors to Lake Butler this week.M. /
,7 I Resale, Mr. and Mrs E. T. Stewart moved to Waldo, where he has accepted L. Wnttcrson and family, L. A.I I
and son, Paul spent Thursday after- a position. Wynn and family left Monday for

poop at Hampton beach. Little Delma Surrency is on the Clay county, where they will spend
U > Mrs. Anna Murrhee of Starke spent sick list this week.A the remainder of the week campingand
rhr; wl i the week-end here with her mother, crowd enjoyed the fish fry at fishing

'i t Mrs. S. J. Kelly Sampson lake Wednesday night. Jesse Jones and family, from south
Mb ; I Clarence Scan of Cross City, was Truby Dyal was a business visitor Florida have been the recent guests Something Doing Here
w' t in here visiting friends Sunday after to Ziff Wednesday. of friends and relatives here.
s.
noon. Mrs. Esta McKinney and son, Eugene Rev. Smyuer preached at the Christian -
yq; J. J, Morgan and family and Mrs are visiting her mother, Mrs. church Sunday morning.

Emily Abbott attended church at New Sparks, of Mounteocha, this week. Mrs. Louise Birt, of Alachua'coun-

al'; Hope Saturday and Sunday. Truman Dyal, of Zit, was here on ty attended revival services here last
:>1 d .' Will\ Andreu of New River, was Ink I business! Wednesday. week. She was the guest of Miss Ada

't town Saturday. Ben Saxon, of Pompano, spent last Nimmo while here.

+ Allen Green, of Pine II ill"Wall in i Thursday night at the home of Mr. Mr. Croft, of Coffee county, Ga., .
,4 town Saturday enroute to New Hope. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden. das purchased the residence north of

't Mrs. B. T. Crosby who has been S. Pouch of Omaha, Nebraska was the postofflce, belonging to W. T. Sax-
I visiting relatives in Wauchula, re- looking after business interests of the .

," turned home Thursday. I Woodmen Circle Friday. on.J.. C. McLendon Is operating a meat There isn't aSTORE: in this town that is built merely to CATCH
J. W. L. Pinholster of Pine Hill market
: Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal and in the Seals building formerly
q was in town Saturday. I Marvin Ogden were business visitors occupied by John Parker &: Son. TRADE! -

,'1 ;a Mrs. Gainey ia visiting her son, E. to Starke Friday.Mr Johnny Pinholster, of Brooker, was

I' S. Gainey, of LaCrosse. i ,and Mrs. Truman Dyal, of Ziff, a business visitor to Hampton Thurs
B. Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted DESERVE
T. Crosby made a business! trip' were here Saturday on business. to
.
day.L
to Hampton Thursday afternoon. I. L Ogden! was a visitor! over to .II. Bedenbaugh has recently pur- trade.
+ 't John'Pinholster, of El Paso Texas, Sampson Friday. chased from T. M. Hagan the residence -
? is home on a visit with relatives. He Schell Byrd was a business visitorto in the eastern part of town. Mr. I
has many friends here who are always Hampton Saturday afternoon. I denbaugh's son, L. L. Bedenbaugh, There isn't a BUSINESS man here who doesn't DEPEND upon
1
c Rufus glad Hodge to welcome, of Pine him Hill back., was at- visitor Frank here Jones Saturday.of Sampson, was a III comfortably. M. Williams located was in a the visitor cottage.R. to. I the people in this town and surrounding territory for all-or most of his

tending to business here Monday Tommy Oldham was a business visitor Starke Sunday, INCOME. .
4 t'', Wf morning ( to the county seat Saturday. J. F. Johnson who has been In
:
Rev. McClellan attended services at Levy Johns, of Jacksonville! was a Carcoosee for several months,is the
Dedan And it is the AIM and STEADFAST PURPOSE of these to
ti Sunday. i visitor here Saturday. guest of his family this week. men

4 i Mrs. Tlercy Roberts, who has been Ellery Thomas, of Ziff, spent Sat Miss Ethel Hunt returned to her SERVE you faithfully and thereby strengthen the commercial and moral
villitinarelatlvel here left
Friday for
urday here on business. borne
here Sunday after a visit with
Lake City, where she will visit relatives position of OUR TOWN.
Tommy Oldham spent the week-end her
sister, Mrs. C. P. Sasser, of Val-
for a few days. She was accompanied at Hawthorne. dosta.

',, by his niece, Rosa Surrency... Roy McKinney and Miss Lois Moody This of is NATURAL
R. A. Weeks O. K. Prince and family of Tampa, town ours a shopping and business center for
business
S was a visitor spent! the week-end at New River with
to Starke last week. relatives. Mc have onald.been the guests of Mrs. A. A. all this prosperous region. f:

Mr. and Mra. H. P. Gainey spent George Jackson and family, of Wal
Sunday afternoon at the home of Tom do, spent Sunday' with Mr. and Mrs. Basil DeWitt, of Jacksonville, js '
The 'selections in ill kinds
Dukes, of the Five Mile section. L L. Ogden. the guest of his cousin' Herbert Dur- possible ofMERCHANDISE and all kindsof

'' Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns of New len, this! week. TRADING SERVICE
Roy Kalch, of Hampton was a visitor are as great here as any place in the land-
River, were! here Monday morning. here Sunday. Mrs. Leroy Summers and children
Mrs. Moore, of Raiford, spent the Murphy Byrd and daughter Beat- and Miss Lizzie Rowe of Jacksonille and the prices more often are LOWER-because they have never been

week-end here with her aunt, Mrs. T. ra, and Margaret, of Tampa are visiting \ were the guests of Mrs. H. B. INFLATED.
C. Hazen.'i his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. PeepleS Sunday.
Rob Craig of Cooter Pond, was attending Dan .
Byrd. Byrd, of Graham,'wall a business -
to business here Saturday. Bobby Surrency left Sunday for visitor here Saturday.'* This TOWN and its MERCHANTS wish to know all of you bet-

r f"k P I S. A. Bryan, of Starke passed thru Tampa. Miss Doeha know -
Feagle of Lake City: ter. You ought to THEM better.
here Friday enroute to Wannee. Misses Ethel Byrd and Francis ill the guest of relatives and friends

r Tommy Chancey spent the week-end Murrhee spentxSunday at Raiford. here this week.

p tr with relatives at Lake Butler. Mrs. D. G. Kelly and Ethel Salisbury Mr. and Mrs E. J. Dowling had as This is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.

t : J. C. Cone and family spent Sunday were called to the bedside of their guest this week, J. W. Weaver, .

woth relatives at Bradford. their aunt, at Raiford Friday. of Jacksonville. Then it is mutual SERVICE.

I Dr. A. ETRusseIl"was"in: Starke"last Mr, and Mrs. Berryan Dyal of Rev. T. H. Gibson pastor of the .

week. Sompson, spent Sunday at the home First Baptist church of Hampton 04 .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. wishes to announce that on the third

Resale spent Sunday in the Bradford Wiley Edmondaon, of Sampson! Sunday in this month the 21st at 10 ..>
section. spent Sunda here. a L. m., the ordinance of baptism will

t Lucille Harrell of' Bradford, spent be administered at the lake after
y I f Saturday here with Mrs. G. B. Goleon. Millionaires are often successful In which the congregation will return to

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I'AGR I>'IX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 12. 1921.


I ; ; : o o>-.. O O-- =OLD=e=O.oo.or- otr .ono- STOCKINGS VS. BANKS i j i


rJl.1: rr-Ii Bradford County; Farmers Statistics covering-the fiscal year

just closed show that, broadly speak-I I

ing, fully as much was lost
co CUlO: : OCIG :ClO- -OCIO -OCIO money J
OE3OE-=== OClO' lVeil' I
, from old stockings as there was thru j I
s Pt- + i'ROTECTiNGARIEItICAN CROP No. eggs Bet _........... ......___ .300 Now, Sliver, you know a cat could banks. This is all the more !I

cf. PLANTS PROM AMEN ENEMIESThe No. good eggs on seventh day ..250 not carry a whole pie. She would able when it is considered remark-1]I

No. chicks hatched _____ _ __ __ __235: have eaten it there where it stood,
year was marked by forced liquidation
federal government expend No. chicks rained .____.__.__._..230 and my cat never touches anything.I of -
a great many speculative enterprises -
r # l ly several million dollars annually in effort Sold 107 2-3 doz. eggs ______..$:;6.4& feed her too well for that. Now, you involving: the funds of banks.It Brunswick RecordsON

I ; to combat nerioua insects and Sold 121 chicks ..u__________ 86.10 might as fell 'fens up. Did you take was, liquidation, directly or indirectly -
; that have been brought Value received from 12 hens _.132.54 that pie ? !
diBoasi-s
plant sometimes involving their officers -
, I, here from foreign countries. Several Amount spent....____._____- 88.00 Say, ma, I did swipe the pie. I. that caused the larger number SALE TODAY-

s a thousand inserts have been listed in Net cash to date .-.?___._____ C4.S oculd not stand the temptation. Won't I of bank failures. But liquidation did
1 { countries which known to No. hems kept for eggs ..........12 you forgive me and let me have some not hit the old la Brunswick Records Is embodied unique Method of In.terrrttrtlon -
are
ti foreign t stockings; rather; rob- notable advancement of yean
; and which have not yetI No. young pullets .......__j.___.75 :i of that chicken and dumplings. I theft ,marking the most
t Injure crops bery, burglary and other crimes In recording. Tones are clear, tree-more beautiful. Surelythe
No. roosters on hand .... ... ..4:; never had much pie when I wasa
+t t been brought\ to our Bhores. Many very Old stockings are invitations: to Spirit of Music Is reflected in tbeee records.
y1 r' diseases also known No. chickens on yard now.-------132 boy. Never had a whole pie but crime.
foreign plant are
ffrantwick KgeonU.
Present value of flock at $2, $204.00." two times. Once a pal of mine got Come in .,,4 Ia.tlr tftt July
to and it is of the utmost importance
occur, Secretary of the Treasury Mellon We'ff them for
gladly flay you
their reaching us. She has completed her fourth year a job as chief waiter in an Italian res
to prevent !
,
recently estimated there billion -
Vk t The federal horticultural board, an independent of successful<< club work and is now on taurant. He just worked for his dollars in old stockings.were A billion a CONCERT 9-
m
$ r branch of the department her fifth. She has done satisfactory board. dollars are practically $100 l l.OO LovebMineCraeeneinacner-Ca-rraer. . ) ._Mario Cfclunle* ,

of ] Is endeavoring to keep work in canning, sewing and poultry Well, he gave e a wrecked custard per capita feats Wah.In-C:Sharp Mi"'O".'.*. No. (Cnopfci)
: agriculture for
the
entire population of the
eww coun- ._ Leopold CodowaVrel
clubs. She is justly entitled to membership pie. He dropped it'on the floor and 1.00 /?? 5e/o
( ,
t as many of these alien enemies out of try. Of not "In Portion Cordon"
from
course,
r t every man, woman Moen el Mr Dehtht- m
t" the practicable. Special in the "all-star" club. spoiled the looks of it. He was afraid 35001 I ( .Am i.nn) 7..r. 0 0 Then Karl*
country as and child has hundred tucked {
a '
1.75 WJ.o. ...i Cone SaiIIa.Hom. (StoteartDor.lThenKarht>
? / quarantines have been issued and riaId COUNTAGENTS'- RETORTS the old woman would find out so he away in an old stocking, yet while T.Mir 0 0 0 . .
it into and
attention is being given to the inspection scraped a strawberry cup SACRED
/ many have nut a dollar, some have

"' ,' ;t i .. I of plants reaching us so as Gadndcn-More-than 400,000 pounds for slipped looks it out but to the me.eats It was were not there.much :. hundreds and thousands of dollars. i0.'o'oSSwS'.iGodca I Eorth(WtCeti.CnI; : ( : .nnonnMali.Quaast st

e r avoid the introduction of the pentrf One old couple was robbed last Feb- INSTRUMENTAL
y tobacco has been
pooled
sun-grown by
Iq Then another time he slipped. me a
i The bureau of plant industry Is desirous local farmers endeavor to ruary of $10,000 which they had con- The Swan fl.e C I'".? (C3ainraene.)
an
1 secure blackberry pie that had whiskers twoinches.lonlt' 13(02( JCotloSolo Will.mWill.fceU
of encouraging In every way prices. cealed in their lied' ; another couple \. \ B.rc.u..lranJ.c.lyeCeda.d'C.U.Sotu.Wdl.mwfltok.
Some called it mold-
the production of promising new crops were tortured till they revealed evena jOOT f American Fantaale-Part (Vkt..lI.MYak
And eat such stuff that < Police Band
; i4 4s in this country, and its office of foreign Volusla-Local farmers are waginga you as larger sum hidden in the chimney. 050 I American Ftntaaie-Part n (Vie,."Horoortt
8 . Well, I can't blame you fur taking a N.-Y.,4& Police Band
4 seed and plant Introduction Is Such
war on the corn weevil this year. nice fresh people, though commendable for POPULAR
pumpkin pie.;
l' w , t co-operating with horticulturists and Tight cribs and carbon disulphide is Can I get my plate now, ma ? thrift, get very little sympathy in ... f America (My C.....,.".'n of Tnee) (5mlrA-Carey)
plant growers in aiding them in introducing the remedy.tAcTruckera. their losses. Unless they are brutally 'll- M>*mdVtc., Coll. i.l.Choir
lu ' Yes, poor boy, you never had anyeducation. \DixieiCmmerr) .Crltri Male Qu.rstNow
varieties of In such
new plants abused when relieved of their cash I Lev Me Down To Sleep (Mirrneff-Meyer)
: t fashion that they will not bring in any are busy plantingthoir they are dismissed with the brief comment 505&> {{ Tenor Ciief . Ja/m.abendan and James Lynch
''r I Now, ma, fill her up big and full.You're zoo Springtime (""A..F.iedl.. Tenor Jam_bhendan
(r diseases or innecti) It is often necessary seedbeds. Many are also disinfecting -: "They should have known bet- T Where the Lair Mueunlppl l Flow(r/Vencn-o'e f ryne)
; to introduce plants in small going to spoil that boy, Sa- ter." 2,058 -< Tenor and B........ . Chu.H.rt.ad Elliott. Shaw
y very before planting as a means of mantha. 4)50) I $en..body'.MotherS1.rlint..VonTi/aer)Cis.c.M Mal.T no
r +i numbers and to grow them for a considerable avoiding diseases. About one man in a hundred loses Drowev H..dro( /...Bfrlin-Vaothn do Lfalhl
fid Can't bad
spoil I feel
a sorry -
egg.;! so 21m( Strand Mete Trio
{
r time either in greenhouses for him. lie never had a ma -to the money he hides in the old stock eye SeunteriesAlonvWithSuenWer.n( -Corti..
f or under Very special conditions out of \'alton-Trut'k crops are bringing: ing. Approximately one man in every Strand Male Quartet

doors to make sure thut till posts have good prices. Blueberries. are still in bring? him up. How old are you, Sliver 12,000) loses some of the money he Neetle Tenor In Your and Deddv'e Borttono Amu. (cner-Bitrae. Billy Jonee and) Erneet Her

been removed. When it la certain that : the lead. Corn, sweet potato and hay 2101 {Down Vond.r (Ci/fcerr) "
r y deposits in banks, for bank failures 850
..
r Don't know. If you judge by the Tenor and Boritont Billy Jonee and Erneet H.
,yr the plants are freed of insects or diseases : crops are fine. from all causes are a small fraction of
fun l'had I must be 100 years old. FOR DANCING
y', 1 they may then lie propagated Samantha; to the 'door. There one per cent of the total number of I Crooning-FOJT TVol Introducing. UJ..., a Wok from To-
1 and Madison Formers of go; rfoyr' . CarlFenton-eOrcbeetr
morn extensively distributed to one community banks, national end state. When the 2104 { *
comes Mrs. Smith. 03a One S,... lntroducin. "Androw"
In Your
I Eyei-
collaborators./ In this way new crops' of thin county have unanimously old stocking is robbed only the loser <:..II'.toD'.O""h_tra
R' Come right in Mrs. Smith. You
are Introduced without danger to the determined to market all their prod. can make good the loss; when banksare I) {( I Wonder Where. My $w..l. Sw.et DaddVa Cone-Fox Trot
> are Just in time for dinner. Where'sMr. 2J5- BennieKrueiier'eOrcheitraB5c :
rountry. ucts co-operatively. robbed or fail, the stockholders 1.SMaalc Blue.-Fo* Trot . Bennie Krue er'e Orche>trav2101Tea
Smith?
In I ) ....... Trot Whiting)
the plant quarantine work, which -For
are liable to the extent of the amount Wl.doeh'sCelifornlenaJabb.rwockrFog
Rudy
He will be in loon he hitches his
the federal horticultural hoard is conducting Manatee Much of my time this as of their stock. When the old stocking ,I -iTS I. Trol Rudy Wi.do.ft'G.Wnrmen.MoonbeamsFar .
J' the Florida state board week has been spent preparing mule Trot Green Brothers'Novelty. Band
plant a report -
''r ',' I4' off things. is emptied, only the local police! attempt II.{< > C11; You Sunahiae-f Trot /.trorfucin "5or *.."
Is participating actively and ffllcUntly. for the congressional committee your Green Brothera* Novelty Band
--Y, At the- principal polls of Floridn investigating agricultural conditions. Can't stop but a minute, Wantedto to apprehend the robber; when f Cherle (Mil P.or)-Fo Trot (Bib.) Carl Fenton'e Orchestra' ,
banks are victimized in iv-! JuetKeepaThouihtForMe- Trot Intnducinr 'AI0 -
inspectors are stationed. whose dutyit show YOU what a bargain I got in the whole any manner. {\ iv...>,c" 0. . (;ad f__'.Ordaaa_
is to prevent the introduction of J I Brt'vard-Neal'ly all bee dub mem- town today. I went in to D Witt C. I j machinery of government! ,

1, v, ? plant pests and prohibited plants and 1''hers have taken olf surplus honey this Jones hardware store just to get a j including secret service men, gets after -

+ plant II rod uct8. This service\ has cm, month, and the exhibits of honey and 10c box of Mendets to fix my tea ket- the criminals. The man who trusts Consumers
the Lumber Co.
I lle. It's been old sto'kinlan,1, loses has slight:
numerous occasions prevented entry wax this year will excel that of last leaking going on a
of pests which would haM! undoubtedly year month Snyder wanted mo to look at chance of recovering single cent;
some new aluminum teakettles the man who trusts to bunks is practically -
they
i occasioned enormous losses and Starke Florida
r>ndt> Three just tin. Say I just sure of getting buck some of
damage to our horticultural and agricultural : years ago/ nil during go was tempted
I kt interest hud they been intro. the summer we lived out of tin cans; \\1)< distraction. He made me a price of his lost dollars.] '

4 } k h, duced. The stales of California and, today we have an abundance of fresh $2.07, but they have been $5.00. They But there is another and, in some ;

Florida have perhaps the most highly i I products the entire year, due to our bought a big line of this stun and the respects/ a more serious phase of the w b' h Gan 4 Piny Hro '- .

f'' 1'' developed plant quarantine services I curb market. price Is down. They can sell so now old stocking method of banking. This Anvil rnP ,_ .n k Reccxd, F

4 4 1' This is but to be expected' considering }it is dirt cheap, but I only had $2.00. I' phase probably never occurs to those -, r

the vast horticultural interests of j. Alu'hua-AII' the first hoes are being So Snyder said as I wanted so bad who patronize it, and seldom to those

these states. The port inspection work put on peanutq.. and corn, there Is ht would throw off the balance and who read of old stocking bank rob- _

as is conducted along much the same : evidence of a shortage of feeders. The let me have it for $2, as we were such nones. To the one, there is no harmin

Sry 1 lines in both. The California service feed crops are the largest in years good customers. I doing as he pleases with what belongs'to '" ids;; nifterenee. -, I No Worm in a Healthy Child

1 was inaugurated some tWt'nttlveyeal'lIlIao. and to find the feeders will be a prob. Hey Smith, bring in my new tea him; and to others, the man A ceuluv CUD no inure help being t All children troubled with Worm have an uoI -
lem. kettle. who loses is most harmed. / I Ilia!thy color,which Indicate poor blood end aii al
a Florida's Is of more recent Both'arewrong genius than a crazy man can help being i rule then U more. or less stomach uiamrbanoe.
date. The value and efficiency of the __ "i"**. I for he who bank in an old crazy. It Just happens that when l GROVE'S TASTELESS: CHILL TONIC given niu-

v w r wpik of these two states is evidenced Luke-Groveland farmers have recently LONG IIRIDGE stocking is withholding from circulation the genius does what hI' conHdr! a larly Improve for the two dlgmtlon.or throe week and act will a. enrich S.ncr l the Strennthenlnf blood.-

WS by the fact that officials from otherS I purchased many good dairy money that Is needed to stimulate smart thing. It is smart ; but when the Tonic to the whole eyMam. Nature will then
I cows. This community boasts a farmers Long Bridge, Aug. 12.-Joe Dowl- business and poor crazy man dota Ills hest It mrim throw off! or dispel the worme.a tbeCbUd Will ba
states arid from prontote production and
foreign countries ; .
t In perfect. tieelth. Pleaaaat to take.*15c bottle.
out to be h.-E per
.
d ,, have made special trips for the purpose organization through which the Ing was a visitor to Gainesville last his loss is incomparable with the injury -' <
of observing and learning the supplies are bought and sold co-opera Tuesday and Wednesday and was ac- to both business and Industry -

; : pc" methods practiced.! tively. I companied home by Mr. and Mrs. R. when hoarded money runs to a billion I I "" "rl"l1 .. .. oi,

i. T. Turner and children Wednesday.. - --. dollars. Hoarders fall to discharge $.'..'.- u"". .. ',' u.1, p4tylhl. '
'. FIGHTING DISEASE!': !': OF SUGARCANE St. Lucle-A campaign started night I .
M' a important obligations to society, and "kfijmj( l.'u',1'' )I. '1'"rt 'II, \pope
,:' ,, year ago to control lemon scab on Sam Crews was looking after school hence are immoral, and the old stocking Inn ''''JIMUItUul. .\-.1, much !'lilic-ulty< IF

t t: grapefruit, kings and tangerines' is matters<< in Starke Monday. bank is an immoral institution. I' ... ., lIM't >il t hi(1, ( Pupa, Rrtb-
That the mosaic disease of now showing Pierce Crews ( 'III!,I 'h 1au 1" < Mtli "Sup. there
' sugarcane gratifying results, there wa. ill last week, but Hoarders are in a certain sense criminals ( I ... ... ..,
is not going to have its being but little scab has somewhat "re t i itiu +1 .o" i'i I'nii.Ily.
own way on much fruit recovered.Dr. ; and, under emergency conditionsare .. . ,
entirely in Florida is the statement this year. King, of Lake Butler, was a treated as such by governments, r il-: _..j. -In i lie-dug'j -..

; made by Wilmon Newell, plant commissioner professional caller here one day last though not in the same' sense as bank

of the state plant board. Escambia-Several carloads of potatoes week. officials who go wrong.It Ship and Sail under ,I
Efforts by the plant board have been shipped from here Mrs S. C. Crews is the sick list
during on is the immorality of
d } hoarding the Stars and to
Stripes Dodton's
'. j Liver Tone
the
two this ,
past have this week week.
seasons apparently and
will
4 i many more move that has to be impressed on those who
; all of the world
eradicated this disease entirely from next week. About five times more Lillian Starber, of Gainesville, was inexcusably withhold from circulation parts

,l the peninsula section of the state In I potatoes will be shipped from the visiting relatives and friends here on money that really belongs to all] the with the Stare I Killing Calomel 1 Sale

i'' wi r '$ West Florida however, complete eradication ; county this year than last year, in Saturday and Sunday. people. Money is not wealth; rather SHIPS Stripes blowing

was not possible, owing to lack spite of the long dry season. Sheriff! Epperson and Deputy Bals- the measure of wealth, and this measure from their masts are once I Don't
1 of finances and continuous spread of den, of Starke, passed through the sicken or salivate youreuM orI
our '
commonly called] "medium of ex. more sailing seven seas. I paj-alyme your sensitive liver by taking
, ( the disease from adjoining Infected Santa Rosa-Have helped test cat- burg Saturday. change" is needed by all the people They are, by the Mer- I calomel which li quickeilver. Your

:t' a *; areas in Georgia. tle for tuberculosis this week. Of 16 George Rivers was a business visitor properly to measure their products.For chant Marine Act, 1920, I dealer Mil each bottle of pleasant,
In Louisiana the mosaic disease has to Lake Butler *" i harmless "Dodson'. Liver Tone". underan
'i herds tested we found only two reactions ( -! Saturday night its use they should not be compelled ultimately to ironclad,
been found to attack corn as well as of these A party was enjoyed at the home be owned and operated money-back guarantee
one to
being that
a cow of pay a premium beyond legal it regulate the liver, stomach and
li ' h' ease and the same thing may occur in which a family of small ahildren wall of Jesse Colson Friday night. interests, especially when unrestricted privately by citizens:: of the bowels better than calomel without mak

Florida. In order to provide for thisto using the milk. We feel tltat this The G. S. & F. bridge gang has been circulation would render a premium United States." ing you tick. -IB million bottle sold

eventuality arid to assist west Florida alone justifies the expense of the busy for quite a while repairing theN unnecessary. The "money market" They are American ships, ,

farmers in ridding: their farms of the work.FARMER. .w River bridge. should be relieved of all contingenciesthat carrying passengers and as I' Siilhhh; l l1u'S' E PErilENGEi

i disease the plant board has recently t Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johns were visitors result from pure selfishness and President Harding has said,

approved of a plan whereby the board to Lake Butler one day last inexcusable lack of confidence, as wellas **. carrying our car- 1 i -
In co-operation with the bureau of BROWN week. from speculative abuses. goes in American bottomsto
) plant industry, U. S. department of the marts of the world." j I Can you doubt the evidence of
agriculture will grow immune varieties Mr. Manning and family, of Starke The per capita circulation Is this Keep our splendid shipson I this Starke citizen?

of sugar cane and distribute these Here's your wood, ma. passed through our burg Sunday afternoon country is approximately $53, when the seven seas under i You can verity Slarke endorsement. ."

in small lots to the owners of mosaic- You are too late, Sliver. I had togo enroute to Lake Butler every dollar] of currency is in free cir the Stars and Stripes by .

: Infected farms This will enable the and get it myself.. Now dinner W. T. Turner was on the sick list c latloll. This amount of currency, sailing and shipping on Read this:

7' farmers to produce cane which is en- is all ready. last week. according to Secretary Mellon, is sufficient them. O 'J. Qrlftln( prop of grinding mill

tirely immune to the mosaic disease Set up, Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kelly and littledauit'htt'r for all practical purposes when Free and cotton gin, N. Walnut St., Starke).

ni thus effectively eliminating their Where is my plant? I don't see Margie, have returned to kept properly distributed by the federal use of lay: "A few years ago I was nav-

@' losses from this source and at the any for em. their home at Lucerne, after spending! reserve bank system. Proper distribution Shipping Board films lug considerable trouble with my

same time protecting their corn crops No, Sliver, I didn't think you would several weeks here with relatives and is impeded when a billion Use' of Shipping Board back and kidneys. My back became

+ against infection. need any dinner. Mr. Brown and Ian friends. dollars are placed in old stockings motion picture films, four tore and painful and it didn't take

1 The first distribution of the immune have all this nice chicken and Annie Belle and Dorothy Turner rather than In banks where statistics reels, free on request of much to cause It to twitch. I felt

'' cane will be made by the board in dumplings.My have returned to their home in Starke prove it is safer, and in a measure recoverable any mayor, pastor, post- achy and ore in every muscle of

time for planting In the spring of that makes my mouth water. after spending a week with their in case banks fail, an4 bank master, or organization.SHIPS my body and the way my kidney
Ill get plate. You need not get officials acted proven they were In a weakened .
'' my fro wrong. Besides, good citizenship FOR SALE
aJ 1923. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. selects banks in preferenceto (T. Anwrteen tttittni ....,,) : condition. I took Doan. Kidney -

11 GOOD BUSINESS TRAINING up.But I said Not You cant possibly Turner. old stockings, because it thereby Steel.,Meamere.. Aleo both wooa oil I atcemer and eeel* PlllH and cot Immediate relief.
'" ' Mildred Renfroe was ill last week. wood hulle end Boon the trouble entirely disappeared.
oecen-folnii tuga.
be :
,, .:'. :. hungry. discharges 'moral obligations to society Further information mey M ob I have had
,! no recurrence of the
k l' 1..r1't., JI' Club work often a good business I Cause why Joe Hodge was among those who : by aiding business and industry. tained by' __,. complaint aince."

1+1 : ... training. Most forcefully that fact Sliver, what did you do with that attended to business in Lake Butler -Ex. For sailings of passenger trice
fl i;, \ brought out by the following: report pie that I put out to cool for dinner last week. and freight ships to all limply ask for a kidney remedy-get

1, ) of Ruth Blanton, a club girl of Madison It was there when you went for the Grettis Thomas, of Miller, is spending Playing' Him. parts of the world and all Ooaa-s Kidney Pills-the ama that

r t county, to Miss Sarah W. Partridge wood. a while here with her sister, Mrs. Jnn_"1 will let you know my aDo other, information writeto Mar Griffin had. Foster-Mil burn Co.,

state home demonstration Say, ma, I saw the old cat licking O. W. Thomas. ewer. tomorrow night Freddie If Iam Mfrs., Buffalo N. Y. '

agent: out an old black tin that looked like Rev. Smyzer, of Gainesville, will wearing violets tt will wean 'Tea.' U. S. ,
Shipping Board
and don't order dollar's .
over a worth
"I am sending' .you my report as re them that you made pies on. Ill bet preach here Saturday night and Sunday .
...... .1'Ule.
to .
sent me tomorrow afternoon. It WASHINGTON. D. C. . dip$ ...Ilt
.,' he it behind the house and eat I
lugged
work to
quested. It is fofcthls year's at 3:30: p. m. Everybody cordially .ts tlma that you weN beginning t* Let, mum vitality and energy by parifyfaat Sad _
(, date (July 18. 1921)) J it up. invited to attend. economize." etching thg blond. You eeoenim feel stsStreott* I
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MIER: LEHJ!! TAKESTO MOVED PARISIANS TO FRENZY I Ct-rllnrat No. H rmnraiw* tnt. A 'In Olta .( A(

DAYS *iD In Frl. IJiwtry. RV.. M 14. 26, 18. T. '.
I LI SCHOOL Auir. 12.-('. A. Young! e. K. R tt E, aa n..d (... Parka t

HUNTJJS: WOLVES Proposal to Slightly Increase PrevailIng 8u blood! was anionff the visitors over to< CYrtiflrata..".' of Bontliwaat Nn. SS Qu.rrcr. all of Knnthwn RonthnutQuartrr I"QI.

Height Building Denounced Hampton Saturday. *ut of Klnolry _d. 8,. tl T I S.. .'
Ca Idea of Vandal. II to K. a area aiamxi C. Sl.w.rt.t'nl .,
I Johnnie Williamson of Lake Uptlet. ...said orrllfteatx ..,.n P. rdtenwd tV 'i

|d R-tss'an Chief of State Also An outluir-Kt of Was the truest of friends here Sutula)'. ..''n. to law tax dyed. t|has Indignation grated on ISIS day of A. D.
Reads Novels to Preserve Ih" rt"it' : propoul cif M. Kmnti-Jour S. R. Swindel was a visitor over to< \Mtnraa/ my "tl.I..1 A".t.Ion.'u... .If .I thIs \ t
the llth day of ,I,. A, ?. ,
Good Humor. data which to relieve the uoimlni Hampton Saturday.A a. W. ALDERMAN p

____ / I I Miorluge! lu forte, would autliorltv the I son was born to Mr. And Mrs. S.al Clerk) Circuit Court.By Bradford C. A. KNIOh1t.Fla i t '

owners of building (Ill I liu\lii, \ L. Vounnblood the 7th inst. .
aveuuen
head I '| beauty Clark.
Nikolai Lenin, of the RuimlninlievlHt -1.f, y
a uiltilnium cif :2J!( meter' to odd Samuel Womlard and Tom Ralli' j
|, government' has recently: I I I other n. aD-I I'
H>r. ThU''' would mean that
< the NOTICE OP AtritCATlOV FOR TAT nErD
.. ('iied| a liking for wolf hunting were visitors to county metropolisSaturday. :
Paris population mould it once mid, .t< 1 UM>FH SFCTIOM. i7' OP TiE .
'oiUing' to recent arrivals at Iteval I I1I0ulll. GENERAL STATUTES it
couiparutlvelj low cost obtain fifteen
I from MOBCOW I'reuiler Len, thousand I Ben hail has returned home Iron Hereby tiotlca ll l that r>. W. Moot. '
new placta of ubodt!-u Bate PUK-hanor of tax sale: I .. nnmhrrvdrraiwrtlvflv
I In company' with M. Krllenko one efctluiiitc. with a reduction of, 70 percent yr a visit to St. Petersburg. 1H1. lit. (14, Issued b.h J //1 '

I the, led! army leaders bus just re \lu cobt. since the minting mote 1 i "'. T. Wallace was a visitor to the< tan collector fuT llmdford County, c
a .aid shore titimlx-rrd rrltllWatM sing dated
I wolf
wd from a drive at Zabldovolrhone It I
and supporting, couetrucUoa; could still Al county Beat Thursday morning. the arvrnlh day of Jul,. A. l>, 1 1<' haa tiled .
who know M. Lenin moot' lull I he th, petit rrtlncata In my oftlcr and hai made "I 1
used, and the purchase of bulldlnf() Miles Crews, of Long Bridge, was ,
) declare that, dei-plte the numercrises application for ta> deed to .. In accord.an Mi 1 r
tely i i Iota, coma uf excavating a visitor hero Several days during with law. the sad. iwnlneaU. tmprctlvr*
v through, which lie' Lax, hat,; I fOUlldatlllll,1 "ly mliracfl th*. followlnw In llmdfordCounty.
(etc. demanded by the, .. I.nd
""
!cud the I3ol hevlst regime, he liIII I last week. I I" Florida. asa sped dale of tha XJ
tlou of new hoiifceH. would ,. of auch ertlnratra In th 1
\Voodnrd iMiianca namaa Se- I
and Mrs. S. wen
Mr. ,
perhaps the. "toutit cheerful mail hcrilnaftr. : r .
I remarks niluBtratluu, Paris, (trail* apectlvrly particularly art forth.
ICUHHlU. guests of relatives in Starke Sun- toaltIC.rtIU0al.
J 1. hated for the Kanna City Slur). No 165 mhraoa NcirlhrantOnartrr

Ille prewrvetj his continual good hu Fifteen thousand' dwelling Places I day. J of "n.th..t Quarter vxptipt I A .InSB '

\ r by khleldlng himself closely) from Corner. BM. 9(. Tp S A. R. F.. I (
The Jim Phil I
recent ceiiHua showed us that at] Calvin Trieit. John Hall annard K. L. GrlffUCtrtlnpat u
I acre. .
when In Ua
work cilllce r
ailed: at I I Increase of 3l.io would relieve thpresent .< lips and Roy Brown are among the I Nn. Ill .n... NnVthwvut
lIll l/ W
e Kremlin, devoting his time to the lie a I Quarter of Northeast Quarter. and North n.1 41 -
problems of government and to the ehortage.' And the suggestedClulatlon : Ill I t el I national guard boy who are on their of Northwest Quarter ". IS. T 7, B. R. p
r
of the rule governing: our pub. Johnston K. 1X0 aeira. aaaeaM-d Paul Broa.Crtlflcat %
leparutlon of his vpeecIu-R and encampment at Camp I I In
pain. lie ways could be confined to tmly a No till mltraee four ores 1 ,
Vet which he \oriiten her NW Cor of Fa.t Half of Southwest Ouartvrof
a In < numeruui Mrs \\ M. Brown is visiting
few exterior boulevards., Surely tin. i I Norlhwat Q..1. *x 1 A'.., church. t0Bel.

Ullgf'1I from his old ftrlct ('OIUIII u- beauty of I'arls would not be Jeopardized ,daughter firm Richard (Clark at >. 27 T. 7. 8. R. III T... a... a.aaadJinnU .. t u

>tlc policy.BPtN.'Pn: '. iiy\ such a proUblon. Starke for a few days nirVaon.Ccrlinrate No.. IH .mbar. North of
11.1
[ Lours of labor vhen In lihrice !! M. Frauta ) I Northeast Quarter A Houthwe of
-Jourdalo. however" barely visitor to the I QI. ,
\ he rends novels and ,,,,,'IIIIIIIUcrkll P. M. Celrer was a I Northeast QnaHrr a E.t Illof Northw l
had time to flulsh 1js 1\ exiilauatlon A Northwat of NonhwvatQuarter.
county neat Wednesday.Miss I Quarter
by foreign authors In the origin Newspaper editors, suddenly IUK"lrrdwttb + / I Bee. 97. T. 7 8, R.I E., ISO arm.a .

French, EnpHnh and Germnn. the moat overwhelming! e tlietlc .law-y A Ida Hasan! left one day last .f.ea ed Talll Itroalinlcaa .
ahall aa
Id ulHo keeps lu touch wltli the prln- denounced him Articles week for Palatka where she will make said aerttfleatea deed will I .
race, as a traitor. ,1 n uc111e an35ees'L1ocn.s I[ aohdlna- 'law tax I.-oath
__ 3rrf
I'al'orka on other lIulje.tll.It flaying the barbarian' In our 'yr her future home with his brother, IMh day of "u..t A. n. .
l Is nald that he continue to liveImply Wltneaa my ..11.I.I .h..lu.
midst Inq,used ullc-iicc ui>ou him. Hands Pete 11th day of .ul,. I>. 111.Q .
' In striking: c-ontrust to a num- aiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii'j I ALDERMAN, .
;
off the filtered roof Hues of the lUiule- sweeten and add one, pint cif cream.
bus.
kr of minor KnlHhevlHt' otllcliils, who W, T. Wallace was transacting Clerk Court, Bradford .ntp. Fla.
yard Berthler or the Itoulevurd Gou- | \ Freeie and IIt'r"e'Itb a varnlHli of CI.nl 7 '
THE GIRL ON THE JOB ( ) -
...111
|tc-upy' luxurkum quartern. M. Lenin. vain-Saint Cyr. The surplus of 10,000 I candled peel, or orange! mannulade. !Inrsa In Starke Monday. fl..1 --

Id his wife have only a few rouiuH.Mine. Parisians cnn wait. And most of the f E How to Succeed-How to Get = There will be preaching at the NOTICE- OF AW ICATION FOR TAX PREP f

Lenin nay those wno' ; know readers of these articles\ breath a E Ahead-How to Make Good :=: I Lemon Raisin Pie. Christian church Saturday night and! UNDER SECTION 171 OP 1IIB

er, dlnagreeii quite strongly' with her Ugh of relief as though the capital> | By JESSIE ROBERTSl.'llulllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllullllllllllIlllln|:: Tnke a cupful, (.f large raisins adda Sunday Everybody invited to attend GEN .KAL STATUTES
Adklna.purchMner R
liinhnnd ) Hereby la then that n. E.
tin political auhjectH. l
many n.l.
threatened Iiy vandals, had narrowly cupful of sugar one large lemon J. J Collins of IjikeHide Is busy aa.l. rertlnvatea nnmbrdmpeetlvrl

the IB more of the noclal revolution- escaped a terrible dinner. { { { { { part of the grated: rind a tablespoonful '* .. If. UK, 4. 99S. '9. 100. ;it e

It type, adxociitlng: nluwer. changes: shipping! grapes to market.No Ill, 114, 11R 1411. 170. 171, 171. 1711, 12.IM. i
water.
IS TilE:: OFI"ICE.TUF.U of flour and a cupful of isn I"". isa, 11 inn, tilt. ton IOK so*.
Lcnln'K communli-ui. It lalild i
jian, M. WONDERFUL NEW YORK GIRLS Hake with two" cniHfa. 210. 111. 226..anal l>y the Tax Collector ofBradford

however they get along t-plendld-, For a .'rh'a' )' menl nerve tolled> flab Worm In a neallhy ChildAll County. Florida. paid ...rtn..t.be,*.

: : Is no Letter way to waste. children tfiuhlrd with Wurmt have an uo- ln dated July. 7th. 1B1H. .fl. .
stud
linked
English Visitor, Pays Tribute to Feml. lemon nance, potatoea a Aealea In rny office and has aipllcjitlonfor "
time than to work lu an teamed pudding with an rue II.ul'e. healthy rok,,, which ImlU'atce IHX*tiluwl, sad as arule tax dee>d I to IMUO In ...".,..... with ,taw. i
nine Portion of the Country'sGreat !I. I alotu.rlt dlfiturlMlu
office where there la friction between ItH-rti mine <*r sea Raid aertlflratn renpertlvely emhracca tha
Metropolis.' .KOVr.S TASiriJSSCIIIU.: \ 'NIC iilvrn, ""It.I.rly land In Bradford county, l<'litrl<1aaMea .
Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll{ r.lno
the eru.l"fes.Tlie . tsar two nr thn. writs will enrich the bllOod.mlronill" .. at the data of tha luauanc of auekcerttflcalea

runt of tile evil la generally dl.I"D.. .od art.. .erta.ralStrenllth! . In the nama. reniK-rtively 1 hereinafter I
The New York girl; Is an energetic snlugTlnietnlhewhnlesystem." Nature will thrn particularly. art forth to-wll I a
IRL SENDS PRESIDENT poor orKuulratlon. If are given t you
HoulhwMt Qunr-
worker; and a very cheerful person _-CJ- brow iir rdl.m.l thewnrme.and th.>.'blld will h. Certificate. No II embrarea

"GOOD LUCK" SYMBOL Into the bargain declares a writer lathe order by Hoiiieone whom you In nol *.......................................................-............. In wrfoct hMlih. I'lMiaot, to tale. elk: err.taictl ter of of Northwent Routhweet Quarter Quarter.A Re N..rth..t*. SI. Tp. Qnaoter 4 B., s

London Dally I'>xprex' re(rt inilce aa jour superior| you are R. ID F., 10 aorta. ..." 1..1. WllllamaCertificate .
likely to get bully' You don't carryout t THE ROMANCE OF WORDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I> 'B11ITMIPK : ) Nn CS .1..... F., Half ofNurl
The Rtenographer! on her way from the orders an tUioulcl. The, HBCTHIN T77 ca7ft.) OK TUB lirni-t Quarter. Rr' nil, Tp. B., R. I ,
-A Brooklyn to the fiftieth floor of the you KtMHhl GENERAL: STATUTES: T... SO Hcrea. anaeiuied R I'. IXrkaCrrtlAcale .
work of the, olllce aufferH.K -SINCERE." V. Ifayes. No (in embrace bull half nfNorthweat 1 ,4
Woolworth building always Inokalmppy llrrrl.r nolle \I. given that K
a \.ry olllce elidiiltl lime an tincU-r- >nh..rr of tips pale! ....relll..'.. nnmlwrod n- I Quarter, II.... ro. Tp A R.. R. XI R., I
-JiiHt tin Mulling and charming l HO ,, .... ." J. (i. Kltrh Fjilat
etwettvely5 102. I"4. IDS, |SR." mid 140 sate l see .
standing to the, ruling of each emjilojee. .
as when flie Is on her way homo In na F1HST glance the English. of ICIU. M.ud l ; br the des .llM>t If you Rl\e orders, there must I AT word "xlm-i-re" would a|. mninly, H.'Hdi. paid wrtlHectm. 102! Quarts of Northeaat Quarter"-15 l-fl A.
the, """ 1111111. of
nf Northeast Quarter
A IMA at NF Cor
If IIIK and 140 1-rlnn lie no mlMake In jour rlirlit. you 104. 1H3
Here IH the difference between, the pear to have little connectionwith of July, A. I>. IHIO. mid hut flli-ri the mild "... Northwest Quarter' A : B 14*
ortlinuiy London girl nnd tier oppositenuinber \ take order you uliould, niiiliirxliindUnit "wax"-hut. hy' reimon of tlfealtan tny ciflte sail him mnil, arrillciitlnnV 2-1 yd. >.. R lilt yd.., N"jt-fl..rI.t Pt of ,
!: the )jieraon giving; them him' the r tmi died. to liiiiu In Heftortlnna. with I... law- 4 A. ". 10. I., 17
In New Toils. Mubtl, who a c-UMtom' prevalent' iiinonglloinnn The laid. c.rttaeat"s ntniMtrtlvvlir vmlirni the acri-a. anNaed O. C. RappCortlflinle .

works in the Strniiil, tutu' lives at VMinhleihm authority, builders Hint la prec-Ue- following lnnd In Itriiilftird enunl". KlnrltlnniuiiMirri No. emhrarea I ttt\ A ofNortheaMt
If the, olllce In smell It la etmy for Kt the date of the tMiisni**. nf ...ldrertlflmtri Quartet of ""Ulh..1 Quarter Bee.V .
fiiili-H' out of the. picture after this ly I where It curiae from. In thn nmntw fminvrllv ly- the 1 hfinl. to give 1 liihtrurtloiiH, nn
I her work IH. done 1 hint Irene, ulio UipHunnj In ancient Knme workmen frequently w fmrtiriilnrly set forth, towlttCrrtlflcat KeithCertificate.
e It la lictter, Inliuve No PR embracea RoiitheaHt. Qtiar.
"dimntown" ruslieH home I bj' 1 1..1 lit. If It It Inrco took short c-utu und No Sit .mre...fl tin follnwlnv-
| Cum HI ndnt0. l fl K: of SB Cfr .if Maina ter of Mmitheai't Cjunrtwr of Nnrttteant Quarter
I'll" I the exuct MIHtlon C
chnrt
'
M train or Mihwiiy. !:l'ttJ lulu, her lientclotheH a \ lilt | Hklmped their liiliora., It being nniminiin Ilckln HI"' und. rem 8' IliA fl, f H4 ft NIna *. East Half of Northeast Qiinrlrr' of. """1 ...tQuarter
''of sort nieiiihi-r of the force, 8 1-2 A Rte. 17. T... a R., II. ISI
chile ft lo Muln ..,. 7'hrne. W on Main "! 8ft 4 I .
for .
and prnt'eeds to hit ye a goodtime : practice\ lila ''
|' .I' Y
n..h. PriceCertlflcale
lltitrr :., 27 arrea,
!Hut t there tire othrr. Hourcea of friction. to IHIT I In MeKlnn. rnevv. tn t I..k. a..d
I* worker to apply u {piece, of win nn P nidiof Xuuth lldlf of !.nt 10 H.... No tlfl enthralWe>t Half F A t

I"lor vltiiflty In eMrnorillnnry Slit'never A halt It of fuult flndlnir and I rtltliHtn to a chipped/ piirt of the Mono 80. T. R B' .. K SO F, .......-.. Unknown. NorlheaMt Quarter of Northeant Qtmrler "
s
(. IH an exrelh-nt mi-ilium, for friction. I ('..reUlu'. No. mil rtnliriicr. Nonh..nl Qimr.or Niirthwnt Quart ..? Norlheaxt Dimrler
"peeing' tired hind to Fee n ,ear- In order to cmiet'al the. defectmade of Nnithviiat Q..r.. 8.... 2A. T II a., North Hnlf nf Knulhweet, .. QI..y of NnrtlirnotQuarter
T'on't full Into the habit of ... ...... Bc 17 ... 6 8.. K. IH R., HU Korea, 7
tinge! full ..f Ne\\ "o'kllrlll, In t the by n too hasty or too ciireleMH 1 C. IH T. "(" ., .d Unknownrcrtlncnl
'rltlI'lMlnll your Kiipt-rloia{. It la a N 0. tnembm e. Nf>llhw.iiit a..e ied It W. Wllllnm.Certinrale ..
evening chuckling. over 'Mutt and' III rok, ('. \\lien t Ile nun Nil I till unibraitea Smith Half? offlniithwmt
< Hi e.5r 4
CtinrU of Northw >nartrr A .
'I lie, entire at mow- '
I .Ten" and Ihl I scores. of lades ttltlcli)i schoolgirl trick. \ melted the' wax, the defect In I S.' H to E.. 40;, acre, MHHmm>d .nnknnwn.Cerllflesle t ; Qiiatter" l"t NnrlhenMt, Quarterk is
. ('"'''''' of an olllif" cnn .he 'iiilmnii'il. hy' 'ileMliilwoulil I N... Ittlt i-mlirnnrii fracl, NorthwmttQuarter Nnrlhw. C>uarler' of Roulheant' Qimrlor A
ciiiitnln, In might ciiluniu
.. n
the or
the """ 1111111.11.. statue or pr| nf Ruuthwe.lQu.rlrr.
I of Mk M, S' of II I F, II.. Unaat Fact llnlf of NtirtheaMt Quarter e
I I iileiiliited.. tci give tit eniiupicHl" ' uf usa It. he at once. appiireut.MIMIIIHhlle a pant B rime W nf NK for of Rnuth."t' Reid 17. lp. A B.,. H II F, KO aerea,
If you are woiklnu In nn ofllce tint tl 4> run R 10 ., W l.. NMiewtttd UnknownCertlflcale' rh
H' cheerful ouib, >i>k on life.She I hit \\'I'\t'r.( the laborer "
innte Ihnnn.RN line .
'IN 111.the.1 of tills Milt of IhliiK. {Ift't J< II. ..n l< R lln. e I ultvtiv'* tioomeil\ to me to be M n hail lieen 1 puld,l und the pur<'IIIIHTwould ' Cjunrt. thi-nrn F to |I.>.. Alo A nf .), Quarter. B R. 1r 4
d thing for iiilmlintloii. becaimo Newolk out (.1 It. Veil will tin better to takea find hlniM-lf will u ibiniutri'il A In the Fnut Half of Wrat Half of NorthiMtunrlir to E.0 :awieaned :0: M t'Oark.Certmcale f.

chiince' even to itrrejil n lower ,sale t+ of fkiulhiant QII..''''. Hwi. 21. 1. R, 114 embrace Norlheant "."
\' IM m' '> big. Nil utterly 1'lwlld'rllllC.' lceeii iirtlele.. un bin bandit, S. H. l2 F. ll! ....., imnnaod. Jr.1".I.. Kinir.vrtincat try nf Northwm-t' CJnarler A Went Half ofNorthwent
tine little girl iieltu Ire uic mil'I lind 1"0 InhiuiiMnly liuriled that H fnlrhnlriMl nry where the 1lrlt of the onii> In time, I the words "ninesctia" (' No. UIR vnilirania I '.B mrram Quarter, Rrf II. Tp 8 fl.. H 20 i

I of nsliliimon, hoe been "IIJI..r fur i-unhod' altiitmi In frlemllj, und the, whole oflli* force ... at NW Cor: of Ci-ntor. HI and. Rlarka aLawt.y F.. 120 arose aimeiiiied Mm. MR. ClarkCertlllcale .
ally of it girl, ( wllh"UIax ) liegati! to .
I omhracea Rnuthearit Qunrler
You '11110\ Setterwork puhlla mad. and run W alnnir aald enSap No. I in
sane time tfl present the, l'r""I'lIt'lIh I to death In, the, subway, yet ulwuyumulling works together" v Hpiieur In building itgret.nieiitH, ft lo land o il N. I). llatraman Ihenc N of rloiltnwent Quarter. Ere 21. Tn (I R R.

\\ a Mhull but aMiibollc, ,t-'ift. So -mid tilwiivH c'h'wllli/I-il 1 I a , stand mure clmnie of promotion Hum Htlpulatlnir Hint the workwould Innv mild land BAn ft. thrniw. K 4110 ft tn aaldmail. VII En acre. ajwenaid Mra. M F:. Clark.Ccrtlflralt a P' e
\ .. th .. a nUmir, aald mad. in In. In Ten. No llltt ernhracea West three,
i fhurncter' will not atiffer.Oopyrlnlit -nr H
(she decltled 1, to ni'iiil. him, JIIM H BVinliolInf I hard 1 periioii to frighten.MIC " and. jour i I be vitri'led out by' j-kllli-c] .I In II li 14.2. T 18. K. it F... ( arm, imnrtera I of R.'h..1 Quart of RotithweatCJuarter '. v 5
"vvlnh for .) lurk" She culled I ( .1 :ftniiMwd Joe Morrfahrtlnrat Bolith CJuarlnr of Monhwent Qiiar 1
a 'good I I Is. A I, ..rI'nn-.IIIIIC. h.ful.| woikmen and compli-tetl' withoutthe a
ftotf <'. No 140 rmlirarm 8 A In NK u.r of Routhwent Quarter Alan mum 110 yd* N
lut theVhlte HouNe, lenvliit! him threeIfourleiif and n pood: thllli0 t have known - -- i uxe sat ciitiiuutlnirc.! Oradu' ('4ir of HuiiihwMit Quarter of iiithiant Qnar.rr. . .., HW Cor of Northwmt Quart of RniithwentQuarttr i '

cloveiH" Photograph, "r-hov\H I ally t the term book. ...III broader., . |l.'I0w1| A Na Nby it A EA!; W, ","0. lit run K 147 */da.. N 110 yes. ,. W 147vd
for her !I 21 T. < 8., K. tl E., S acroa, auwavd. V n. .. R 110 yd. to he*. Nee lilt TI. I R.. It r i,
the Ch.vera .
[ little hnly pIckliiK' Hlrtory as She ,Is Wrote. } r[0001 Book i ineiinliiK' and wax applied{ tu perptona ( kn..n.I'nl. V:.. 41 acirea. u.rsed Than Tl* .nCertlncalej a

I ndo sad 1'renldfiit.. The following cliolre' tilts of Infornintlun w ho N erc' believed to be .. aald. etrtlflcalra aliall hr rvili-rmud ae N" 14H embrae.ea W 2* I-R ft of
nnllnv. to law taK d4M.il. will incur* tlicrvon in Lola ft A 7 of Illk 17. Orlnlnal Town of Plait.In .
I I were gleimed from. 0 historytest 1 free from d..r"'III. who were the tiltS day I of Aiiinial A. P. 7HV1.Wtlnvaa . Northeast Qunrter of Rniilhweet Cuaiter.Bi .

OLD INDIAN CUSTOM In one of the lower grudea of theIndliiiiHpollii Of all the earthly music that rearhva genuine and whn mltdit I..* v. olltasl, :, aiifnatur I and seal! this ... v S. T,.. f I H., It 22 F. a.m.?d Theo 1 lion

I . arnoolHi: farthest Into, heaven I. the neatlnaj of B wifely :rusted In Knglliili, 2r.'h day of July, A. n initl I Certificate Nn 170 embrace, Rmith Hnlf of ,.
A.r KRMAN of Lot
i (1. w. > H'lUlh Half" of tJit ft A Half 10 '
[Fighter When He Died Was Buried "The downhill of Home' \\11" caused truly loving h..an.-H. W Becchcr. llieref.ire" all I that la expreHaed'n ."<..'II Clerk Clrcillt Court ex N Ui A. II... 7. Tn I..h' H., II. 20 E.5 f

That Way.The I i by the lady that set Home afire." This tl* one word "alnoere." 7.25.01.8.2Bradford County, Fla.NOTICE I' acre. aMe aed No J. 171 M Shaw embrace JrCertlniale llfiuth Half oflj.t

custom cif the Binuce Indiana to i pupil; was no duulit slightly. confined FOOD FOR THE FAMILY. i (Cor>'rlilit.) <. I. ". Tp 7 B. It. KO F. 40 ., ax
who fiddled. or APPLICATION! FOR TAX PEED ..
[bury all their earthly helontfnpB' with an to the. sex of the ruler IVB the ehllilren carrots ; the ., ......................ee.r. .....................-.. UNtIES SECTION' S7/ OP TUB ..ertlflcale.1 I No"h. I7R emhrace I.ila, f A 4 of s ,

I them was recently cairled out In JOI'.1 while Home hurned."The G __t-- GENERAL HTATUTHINntlna Illk 8 'In Ward. rut.. line. S, Tp, 7 .. R. 2 ( ti
downfall wits caused because young tenderarrot' la rich In Ironed l f. lnT..1y. .lv.n that Mm Lola Crews 15.,. ..._. I.. J".I.
Illn. Mo., when liavlrt Lloyd Klxtjfltetyeart ItnniaiiR begun to drink tonic\ mill other" mineral t1fMI| In the Moi l. nurchaiwr of ta. ..rtlft.... No. DO, au-d| U,. ('.irttneate N. ...... lops S I 10 A
> old un Indian lighter In his the 'In dif. 1th day of ",ul,.- A. I). 1811' has Sited said 11 of Ilk 7 In Ward Cllty. line S, Tp fl' a'w
"Frnnklln was the Oral man to feelelectricity. Nerve: theniuttceortwlcpaweek' rrtlnnaU. In my offlea and has made. appllalU.n It. 20 Eo aueaned. U. M. llvvllle and J. B. Fur Q
[youth died und was burled.Hlri :" lercnt, II iijn mi Unit the family will LIFEBy for tax deed. to ...... In nevordanr. lyth

dying/: request wan Hint the Indian the k IIIIof/ Britain." nut lire. of them., Conked l In a* little LYRICS OF with I... DaM .rtln was :
custom be followed, and no Into "Mono _arlto.eI property, situated' In Brainford ler of NurtlieaAt Quarter a> Bniltliait Quarteri
"To help jour city If anybody does v titer aa iicwxlhle and nerved with onunlr. norl".. towlttNorthwMt i f Nurthwmt, Quarter Ni.rlheu.t Quarter of
[ his casket: went a razor, a box of ahoeIpoludi butter In th..lr11 t-ntice, with yer- DOUGLAS MALLOCHTHE Quarter of Nnrthraiit Quarter Quarter A NnrthweMt Quarter' nfH
of HclHHorH a bar of'' wrong blame It on yourself. Fret Half of Northwmt Quarter. Red. 6, T. I ::uthea'ItI Red li, Tp. 78 It. 20 B, .
a pair
"ColumbUN med In I the, U. 8. and liHm. a dunk of lemon juice. and a D H. H IB E. I ill a. the acid' land 1..1,1 I 11)11) acne aimeiwd Unknown
| soup, a packet of letters, a knife hlniipectncleH 1 1l all around tIe, world and fuuud grating of nutmeg no vegetable. la Ma aMd .,. the date .of (h. ".uan... of I Certlnoale No 1 1S4 .mbracea Rnuthweat Quar F
sailed
[ l a knife Nhiirpener' uxfordt. .. .... In the nm John Crvwa.DnliMi tee Went Half of RoulhMut Quarter. Rn*. N, t M
underwear America." more holeriotne' or nK-tliliiK.| LITTLE GODS. said .rtlfloat. aluill ha redeemed T,.. 7 8.. tt. I E.. 240 saris, ae.rs..d Un-
] books, Lose shirts, trousers aeeurdina to law, tea deed will lanuc thereon inown

( pair of gloves and fin alarm .'n th. IMh day of Au.. 19tl.Wltnaaa Certificate No. 11 embrace Southwest Qua?- j1I.
I with the alann Music "Howlers"The Orangeade. MAN all'error. Uod all truth my olficlal, alirnsturr. and seal I thla l..r of Northeaat.., Quarter, Ae.. 5. Tp, 8.. J
'Ioe'k ntlll running and following are dome Marnier' Take two Cupfuls of orange Jules, IH I Holm-Milieu whld..r.'by, does the llth 0.1 of July A. D ltl 21 E. 40 ...... BMeaaed Unknown ,

[ net for 2 a. m. written by some. EngllKh: schoolboys.' on udil< one" and nie-half Cupfuls, of sue Q. W. ALDERMAN Certificate No. 1ltfl emkracea Nnrthweat Quar*
God Clerk CIreult Bradford C Fla. of Northwont Quarter A Fait ? of Routh Y
wouldn't In the, > .n'v. la n.1
A nuitcuHf, which go examination In nimlc papers' : Oneboy. irnr, one cupful 4>f utrulned cranberryJUlce I'ut noble heart, In rests. uncouth (Real. 7-la-'' -12.NOTKf wept Quarter. 15. Ti,. 8., C.. Ill) i<

[ fodln WUB put, lu a rough box Inclou- trying to explain the tlltr..r..nC'elIet..1I nnd two quarts| of water Itch u-ree. aMeaHed Unknown.Certificate .
And. Nllken raiment. on a clod FOIL TAX llFKntrMiFH .
OP APPI ICATIOV No inn Southeast Quar.sae *
Inll: the coffin. wrote: "F luennn 40, the.. fllldal..I' together, five mine .ml. r17"
f and ft sugar ItUKH for the.. Innocent to weur SECTION ." op TUB of Northeant Northeast Quarter.
therefore ff means W>." Another!, hay titeH then cool niul add the strained GENERAL KTATirTKSflirvby tr Southeast Quarter Bee 17, Tp. T 8., R. I '

AWARD SCIENCE MARTYRS stated that' he learned "five scales and ju'tea. (IninlKh each glass: with a And for the Jade the, watln ahawlI Dotlo' la elves that L. n. fllll, pur. t>... SO ...., ..... E. H JoneaCertincate . 1
No. 1111 embrace Wait Half of
see such| error everywhereI tawr of sat ..1. rtlft.. *. numbered .
one archipelago, ouvloutily meaning slier i-f orange hung ..n the edge of NomvUmen wander after all. twatlvrly IM, aal. of.llnnl. and 1. 5t, 70. louthweat Quarter of Houtheant Quarter Ben.

[ Franc Gives Medala to Doctora InJured an'eBK'o.' Another asked what be the glass: 75. U, S3, S4. H(. ala of 1910. iMlwd hy tlw r4. Tp. 7 B., K. W R.. 20 aerea, Maeaaed J. E. 1'vIM
Lax colfl) for Hradford County Florida.
In Research Work. knew of blitnor Fl1the\ ( opera "star"who And yet I do) not wonder. long' : paid .. .". .al. of 151,5, l.ln" dated T.n.. .. Nn 208 embraaea' ftmjtnwe Qua.. 1

The French comiiilHHloii. endowed. bv died In 18HU), wrote: "Msnor Foil Simple O..rt.IIr..a TIiIn pmv-lurvy III not HI- Jun" 4, Illinl', ..M acrtlflffaUi AT. 8N, 70, 75. tee of Northwest Quarter, Re. II Tn. 1 fl' ,

headedby and had {low, k ,'rll"Ut'.II! bread, Into a howl, 75. 52. 'a. 114 M twin l.tl the 1th 01.1 ft. P E., 40 aerw, aeaad M.... Elh.I"'h C. /
lo Italy world of .ne
| the Carneglo/: Foundutloo and was Internal/ The world of right, the wrong, 01 July A, and II.d tha I 0., .

former premier Lonbet, linn chesty notes but otherwise he was a and )slur over It enough canned fruit Tlie, MI rue today and ever I h.. e.rlitirake) In m Ill. and. has ampliation Certificate No. (OR emhrarea All Bee. 1/.

CharlenI thuracter." Other "howl. lairs to thoroiiithly steak the, liread.Sit for tax deed True In aoeordaneawith I To. R.. R 21 E. 840 aem, aauaaed Paul
I awarded gold medal to IIr. man of good If sin wears Matin virtue raga, 1 I law, the llt eortffleaua ptap.e. 8.

I Infrolt whose finger were amputated ers" were: "Contralto la a low sun of away to chill\ and nerve. with cream Til not 'foil's fuult-it l lUe I" I."u" lively ..mh.. .. I.lIo..lno lank inrailford Certificate. No 20* embosses Erect n.1 of .

\ anti "An dessert la >,'elal. Florida. aaa at the d. : after, X-ray burnings ; Ur. Ad
ray who wan badly burned und Pr Interval In music Is a jieriod for refreshments. ly gaud 1 fur the little ("Ikll. And dare to change' Quarter A.W.No..h.. of R"utiwatluartar

radiograph ." forth, to-wit lC.rtlaeate A Bonllieaiit Quarter See.. 18. Tn. '
Valllant hood (If the Snlpetrlere R IS R. 4(10 1 acres. .._.01 Paul BroaCertificate .
String Bean. and Tomatoes. Our little I time we play the lord. No. Ad. pas nf 10011, .mhra I.
lit gRenro.otM
vino No.
lahorutorj', who nfonhraat ION embracea NortheaHt Quar.
of Northnt
) franc8.I Shark.Fishers Make Money. Take freshly rooked. string leans I'ortrettlng. /: :"<1. ourwlvea are fo<1a, Northwest Quarter Quarto, IU 84. T. ft 8. Qu.r.I. It East r M r A Fast J.1 of Nnrthwet Quarter. A 10'1 :e.1*

liiduatry at MuyneiHland baking dlhh with aotneolive And jlriue jrunlxh, Kin reward Sarah Bdull.Ortlnrata fiat, Rec 7 B.. K. East, BOO
Into 2 .
>r, Infrolt and I>r. Leroy both, died Tim shark. -tlHliln and put a 10 .. a *r .d mieaaed Paul Broa.Certmcale :'
,._ .
No. *7 .mb Ix>ta '. e.m
re. Is Industrial nuccemt sjcetirdIng oil, chopped| l union, iiarnley Onlt \\hlle judgment nluniberw, justice No. emhm-e., All Bee t\
recently' aa a renult of, their, X-rny 1111 A 'In N.T>h. ..' Quark of N"rth. tOi .
search work. Or Valllant angered'' to a report from Vancouver.. It C.Tvsnty and .pei'ltec. Cook Rlowry. Aa theheiinn nodM. uart r. KM. I. T. I B., K. 22 K,. 1* ..,. To.nia.Certlflcale.7 S., II. a I., 640 acre. aeaa.d I'aul I Iii

ten ampututloni) In ten jenrs, I losing to thirty' sharks are not an unCommon I dry out acid the HtralUfCl Juice And then wane duy a mighty head ,."awed<; Unknown.rrtiflrat* No St. amhrarn Tsai .4 In Wood. No 31(1 embrace All ".. 2Tp. /. ,

fin KITH then. a blind and finally hli dny's tatUi. The creatures if tOtnatISN.Cheese. Shall tiweep UN from our stolen 'lawn, Har 10. T. I 8.. R. 22.R.. 10 men*, B, R. 22 K? 840 urea, _. I'aul
,
.nhnrk. nndrange thrrHieJSo .. .aa Mid Unknown.Ortlfitat .
variety ma.ertlflcat
left arm. He "till IH experlmentlnR.however /:. ire of the mud j N. 211 .mbraew AU. ex Weat 't
In weight from one tll three With TomatMa. little giMnhull\ rule the {land No. TO atnhnuwa lou_' Quart. I 71.1' of Southwest Quarter Rec. It. Tp 1 I, '
ter of 8fififhraat Quarter of "ou'h..t Quarter
skins first and ell of theiw Take one cupful of Mewed tomattwannehalf Hut Hoot l shall rule, and men atone. aaacMad R- 22 E. Stilt acre. aaacaaed I'aul
timn.. The 1, R. K. T I H.. B 22 K. 10 aura I Certificate No. 128 embraeea Northeast Q....

Blgamlat.I fall| me 1111 Hilnpiutile' to CoitiiiwrrlalWhere allce of onion chopped, and J. Arnold.C.rOaete ..r of N..h.. Qtiarter A Pest: Half of Boitth
Girl 15 Old Held a. Lot 119. Wood-
Year The llttlv gals are rnnnylunt. No. lit .hr. Past Quarter of Nurtheaat Quarter in... 2K
New York city. u_. one cupful ofeesr\, cut lo hlta riM.k lawn, MM !6. T. C B. !I3 B. 10 aer., .
Florence Coblelgh of Kxtratagance: and, Idle'iew'' R T" I B. R 22 t.,. 80 urea, aaneaaxl J. n.Th..mI" I ,
until soft and then add H tenapoorifu' ._fl Herman BhawCartlflcata Tl. Motir .
fifteen jeurt old arid prettj, IH being And gri-e.l that bathes Itwlf In dust, No. 18 anibraiT.o, ., 8. In Woixt. wr11AraN *ahall ha redeemvd ait-

held. an au alleged blgnmlst. Otto the b xee. Differ.' of wait and the mime amount uf tsp And flippant "1'h.lrllrun.I..t dn-Mi ; lawn Hoc. 1. T. I 8., ,e 21! E.. 10 . >rdinato law. lax deed will las'.. thereon onthe
old, aald rlka Serve on tiNiat or hot Graders aaiwjud U".noW.enlll. lath day of Auauat. A. D. IttJlWltneaa ,
Berrlnger: twentj'-three years la"t When trouble conies hobbling along!, The little gods ahall rule awljllwTheir .... No P .mb. Lot MS. B*. my official ,.denature and coal Ihl.te ,

that after he married the girl gives way' to flood of tear ,. little women, little men- 18. M, Z.. T. S.. 1( 2* ... Town 12th day of July, A. n 1D21 s'
ulretid had hewn a woman Orange Sherbet I.,. wt y. R of Rr. aaaMNMid RoMa Jon,.. I W ALDERMAN, 1
xhe Lf
April he found tint the a.fJloapbpte t- And then the> Ood will Mlle .
irou- -but a man proceeds to L>e a pint of orange Juice, a quarT Only Ortlflcat. No. A8 ..mb.Lot R c. 26, CI.rl Circuit : Bradford County, Fla..r.
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married and had' not taken. blue.iiii .>r of a TOTI of lenuwi 1nlc. eaves to And set the world to right,; again 24. 28, ill, T. I 8.. K. 22 E., .Chaa. f '..10.112NA
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as life long and the fight for economy ladder to independence. Parent' PRESBYTERIANWhere NOTICE

Hradford County TelegraphPublished a* so much talk have found themselves should impress upon their children

-- -.-' ...- without jobs over flight. Others that a dollar in the pocket i I. one'. were you last Sunday? Can Town registration book. will close
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..11. r -- -weekly::and entered as seeing. / their friends dismissed, COMING o beat friend; that money makes a man you give a good account of yourself? tomorrow, Saturday, August 13tb.
\\ who wish to vote in the
all the Presbyterian omen
enables You were not at comeing
are beginning to read correctly the mighty because it him to accomplish -
second clans matter at the post
church. Our congregation consisted town election need not pay pot]
,
,4' handwriting on the wall and are re the work of many men, and
office at Starke, Florida.E. of absentees! I believed tax and should register before it 1 I.
never
... ... .. slnlng'a.! rapidly a* they can get. gives him Independence, comfort and mostly
., males who wish
- much in absent treatment. "Come too late; to register;
the to do good It is hard to
y tr," S. MA TTIIEWS, Editor and Owner other jobs. .. . power '
[ show tax
't' ; One government bureau which recently get a boy to save what little cash thou with u. (next Sunday) and we must poll receipt.

held 200 clerks and reported itself comes in his way, as he does not con- will do thee good." C. A. FUTCH,

' If the automobile thieve who Infest ] "undermanned" now Is operatingwith STORY FOR ALL WOMEN. AM cern himself about the future and Sabbath school at 10 a. m. 1 Town Clerk.

: south Flordta ever discover 43, and the thief has informed then there are so many things he likesto Sermon at 11 a. rn. Subject, "A

h C Stark, they will have! fat pUking-i. Dawes that he may be able to dispense FOR ALL MEN WHO HAVE WIVES buy; yet no greater good can be Certain Man at Starke." Women look into a mirror in orderto

5 So many owners leave their cars on with a half dozen more. More i AND SISTERSSisters done to him than to urll'e him to save, The Y. P. S. C. E: is on a vacationfor see themselves a. they want others

.,.1 R, the stret'tI"t nights, to be in the way than 5,000 government clerk have as in doing ao he masters himself. a few week. to see them.
j of traffic and rot in the rains, till they been turned loose In the last 80 days, This art once learned give him the Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject "" Religion

dually invite thieves. and it is the intention to get rid of power of self-restraint, without which Worth While?"
Gtr Your servant in Christ. The truth should be told at all times
of be wel-
'' 25,000 more before the beginning there can no happiness and no *
S! f J>'ow since we must depend, for the the next fiscal yC'art July 1, 1922. This ,1: fare. Wewantu. DAVID LANDER.It but it I Is often' safer to let the other

education of our children, not on tax- alone. fellow do the telling.,
means a saving of $500,000,000 Americans hive been called a dollar
contributions would be Inconsistent to accuse
en alone, but on voluntary It will cut the number of government loving people. A* a matter of fact
r 1 the people of Starke a married woman of having her price.
? perhaps employee' in Washington to 60,000 saving up the dollar threaten to become Life.
t tr ., s .. and Bradford county will nee. the desirability but even this Is 15,000 in excel of a lost art. We do not consider She gave herself away. "Young man, there 1 I. nothing won

J of haying new settler] come the number maintained at the beginning small thing.; we will save only when than high life on -a low salary" sold

In and share this and other burdens of the year. By KATHLEEN NORRIS the money comes to us in big chunks, Who Cares tie wise man who is always giving ad-
i with ua. While every ticrson, should knifeon Queen Elizabeth I I. said, possessed vice. "Oh I don't know" replied the
With Dawes and his pruning and prefer rainbow chasing to the
z. bi: boonter, theme who really work .. many a. 8.000 gowns at one time. young man who knew a thing or twohlm.C'lf
the job, Washington officials now small but sure opportunities that are
i .f few to be All were mode of the richest stuffs, "If no worse than low lit.
for counted our progress on the fingers are ao of one as hand. It believe that he is going to cut the within our grasp. But here is anothercase trimmed with lace, embroidery and fine .| on a high, Biliary."-Florida TimesCulou. .
government expenditure $1,000,000- BEGI'IININGNEXT :' when the patient man wins, for \4IwtoL. .
you cannot boost do not, at, least, 000 by July 1, next and this reductionin he will find what he looks for. The
) C'' work those who will.
e against
expenditures mean a consequent rainbow chaser will not.SAMPSON .
reduction in taxes. This I I. to be done ,
The editor of the Eustis Lake Region WEEK :
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attempts to spread joy among his by merging' bureaus, cutting red tape, CITY Gbrdson.U7Jze :
prevent duplication of work reducing
thatan
Lald-hcndrd readers. He Bays .
I l English scientist has invented a personnel' and eliminating wasteful AND RUNNING SERIALLY IN Sampson City Aug. 12.-Tom Mills

process by which\ ha'irs can be sewed and reckless spending of money. of Graham, made a business trip here

r electrically to human billiard balls at The president f summoned Dawes to THIS PAPER UNTIL COMPLETEThe Wednesday.

the rate of 100 an hour, and that they Washington two days after the (Chicago Master Edward Broughton, of Graham .r. rw' _ :.zpi-

+ will row. Another English scientist banker had been named director of U visiting his aunt, Mrs. W. H.

fl, ; said some years ago, that an "unbald- the budget then turned him loose im scene is laid among the califor-I'I Sloan, this week.

:,. headed" man wearing a No ltd, hat, mediately. And the speed with which nia redwoods at a point not I! Hogan Smith made a business trip

t+ (. \( had upward of a million hairs on his Pawes work has amazed Washing: from San Francisco to prevent the to Jacksonville1 Wednesday.Mrs. .

f)1t., cranium. So it would require nearly ton. He rug up a competent staff, people keeping in rather close touch Dave Kelly and daughter Eunice

three yearn, working ten hours a day most of the men serving without pay, with things metropolitan. It is tho of Graham, passed through our feel

((1 to fully cover a head; half ollng a in no time. His instructions to all story of unworldly old Dr. Strickland, burg Thursday.
are the same-organization of the of his and Alix Messrs. Roy Goodge and Volley McKinney -
spot running from the forehead to the daughters, Cherry ,
; : occiput, would take six months and government' business on a strictly and their nearest neighbor, Peter attended the party at Dave

l +ri 1"1'"S S r, putting. a heel tap on the shining business basis.Working Joyce. Into this group came Martin Kelly's at Graham Wednesday. even-

; l .1';:))1 mark on the crown, not much bigger with Dawes Is Walter F. Lloyd, a mining engineer, carryingto I ing.Tom

c ,S than a silver dollar, would' require' 30 Brown President Harding' personal Cherry' young mind soma of the Oldham, of Graham made a

,; .' ,,t.; days. The process Is as painless as representative In the joint reorganization elements of romance, of travel, of thegreat call here Friday.I. I

I i1! : painless dentistry, and there will be committee of both brunches of outside world and big enter C. Ogden, of Graham was a visitor -

,"'. I r no response to the Lake Region' call, congress, a committee which is seeking prises. here Friday. j i I

.. k;t r "Thou baldhead, come up." to effect the exchange, elimination Lloyd was not the important figure .R. Burrows, of Starke, made a bus- J
consolidation and reorganization; of I
Incas trip here Friday.
.., which he appeared to Cherry, but he ',
""j' Brooksville, already in the limelight all government activities. The workings had average ability which developed Mr. and Mrs. Jim Varne are vis-

on account of its extensive dairying of Dawes and Brown already arc along rather common-place line He itlng her mother, Mr .' A. V. Varnes

industry. Is having its fame apparent In the last month 160 naval was not a saint in his daily life, neither for a few days. (

augmented because of the war between 1 vesicle have been declared obsolete was he bad; but to Cherry's enchanted Marvin Ogden of Graham, made a

4 /' its barber shops. The tonsorial and are to be sold as junk. Surplus mind he was like a hero business trip here Saturday. I r

t parlor some time ago decided to do a war material, accumulated during knight of old. She unquestioningly G. Gilliard and son, George, of New $625 F OB. P.a* e
I and after the war, are to be disposed here Sat
1 little profiteering-the people couldn't !gave him her heart. On the day the River, made a business trip
help themselves, you know, and raised of, the war department' asking engagement; was announced Peter urday. '

haircuts to 40 cents and shaves to''[I bids on 200,000 pairs of army shoes Joyce came to a realization if his love Master Homer Sloan is vsiiting hU i End
of"
a +' 20 cents. Shampoos and mannage I this week Both the army and the navy for Chp)oy.farrll.d aunt Mrs. H. B. Broughton, of Gras ,

were "out, of eight" Many were' unwilling are preparing to dispose of their ham, for a few daYB.I .
"f 1 s to pay these prices and did the .surplus real estate holdings. Wooden !\ life did not; run smoothlyfor : Mrs. R. Burrows and son, Willie i

fir 1'4'' best they could to shave themselves, ,I ships are to be disposed of as quick Cherry and Lloyd Living in mining I Clyde are visiting her ,sister, Mrs (I a Perfect Dayand
eamp'hotole and residence fjhacka) ,
i or else let their whisker grow Those j I ns possible, the huge government nitrate ,W. H. Sloan, for a few days. I
with limited social facilities did not
who had very stiff beards, spent the plant] at Muscle Shoals, Ala., J. D. Sloan made a business trip to
Lot, sleepiest nights pushing their probably will be leased to Henry Ford agree with the girl who had always Starke Saturday. I all ready for another, whether it be to
hal. had a good home and agreeable companions
f bristles back into the Ilk in. The balrtuts the shipping board been told to John McKinney was a plow, harrow, drill; to run the thresher, the

ft ,,,;, that mother made came Into style place its operations on a pacing basis, I Starke Friday.J. business'' corn sheller the h..y:: baler or what-not. For
Postmaster General Hays has Bet out Years passed and Peter married
,again, roc the locks were' allowed to A. J. McKinney made a Fordson Tractors
in
to million dollars the telegraph Alix. She was not as beautiful as are not only doing the
: uncut. Then save a on trip to Staike Thursday. I
prow a new barber came
n, to town and reduced prices to prewar I bill for his departmen alone, Cherry-but she had lots of common I W, I. Deaver and son, Fred were most economical and: most efficient manner, all

level. Ho was eagerly patronized retyted office. for government Cureaui! sense and her ('haracter'as adorable.The visitors to the county seat Thursday, I ...general1'idc1! work for farmers the world over,

) j y i ed, and the men of llrooksvllle, instead I arl being given up, in fact everything outcome of this romance is one | Charley McKinney of New River, I but they are saving them time, labor and
|Iia being done to lop off a dollar wherever thnt will keep guessing;-which, caller here Saturday. in *
.j, of looking: like Holy Hollers' you [ was a money taking ere o every power job.
t suddenly assumed a smart I it is possible to do so. in what a good story should do. Aubrey Sloan was among the visitors

a i ance. The profiteering barbers appear found I i I Postmaster General Hay has manIfested Look for the opening installment in to Starke Saturday. It combines .11! of the qualities-.all of the advantages

y rr,, J themselves with nothing to do and |, more Interest in the economy next week's Issue. Miss Maxine Willis'of Rodman, is ycu have wished for in a tractor.It .

t now are trying: to freeze the new barber j scheme than any other member of the plying. Not one in a hundred of these visiting Mr. .and Mrs. W. A. Nabh i is light; it is powerful; it is efficient; it is

Y / out by rates even' lower than his cabinet. He has explained to Dawes are read, it is held, therefore it is this week. economical: in both fuel consumption and upkeep

i+, 4't' own But whatever happens, price and the president a plan to reduce the sheer waste of money to prepare, Mrs. Calhoun Berry has returned to ; it is durable; it is dependable; and it is
it I expenditure of his department $15- her home in Tampa.
4y, will never mount to their former eminence print and mail them. not extravagant in cost.Its .
i t, and thus it gore with the profiteers. 000,000 which means about throe percent Even themselves areto John Stanford, depot agent has

It nerves them Huht. of the $575,000,000 budge; for feel the congressmen result; of the drive for government I returned to his home in Vermont, Ga. i hard to tell you all the facts about the

pus the postofllce department for 1022. It is certain that Dogan; Nabb spent Thursday after Fordson here. We prefer to talk to you personally -
' To bring about this saving Mr.' economy. noon at.Hampton Beach.
ADMINISTRATION LUGGING L'PI I and to chow its
the legislators will be asked to curtail you many advantages.We'll .
'. Hays will have, to reduce his working Sheriff Epperson and Benny Sapp
I TilE LEAKS their mail franking privileges, which I gladly bring all the facts to you if you
force about one and one-half per of Starke' were business! visitors here
...- now cost something like $5,000,000 a will phone or drop us a card.
k cent. But he explained, this would Sunday afternoon.Lee '
h t Charles G. Dawn, the first director year, and it is even hinted that, underan ,
not impair the service anywhere. It Burrows, of Starke wasvis-
of the national budget, is all that I old law which has been dug up, 't
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is estimated that he would save ap itor here Sunday afternoon.
Washington feared he would be, and members be "docked" for nonattendance
may ..
i proximately $2,000,000 on city lettermal1earrl..r J. A. J. McKinney made a'u'sinell!! : 1I
S then some. Apparently bucked to the at sessions, unless they have '.
service and a like sum on trip to Lake Butler Friday. \ i F-
t' t' limit by President Harding, "Cu ssin" I been excused for the best of reasons.
i temporary carriers. lie would cut John McKinney was a visitor to .
Charlie I is wielding tho biggest knife Estimating a day' for a legislator ,
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?y pay _' _
t $2,000,000 from the railway mail ser Graham Sunday and Monday. 0#
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a that ever cut a dollar loose from the at $20, an examination of the roll I
vice and another $2,000,000 would be A. J. McKinney, of Graham, made a
> ', bureau chief who considers his whole call records of the present IIBBlon're.
r : ... '. saved in mail bags and other equip call here Monday. j
duty I. to spend it. He is making: a veals the fact that the government
ment. Mrs. Arthur Brown and children, of
lot of enemies and some friends, but would save something like (800,000 on -
One of D latest Is Graham, were visiting Mr, and Mrs
we. moves on ,
F ., is not paying a great deal of attention this item alone in a year.It .
which he has asked Henry Brown Saturday and Sunday.
to "stop I i
t to either. His job I I. to introduce congress, must not bo imagined however,
a ;< I with talk." lie also !Mrs L.: Morgan and children, of
burninamonC'y ,
I, economy into the government's eye I that Dawes Mid Brown find smooth
wishes the various department to cut Gainesville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
with
({ i 1 tem' of spending the taxpayers' money tailing; even the support of the ,
t ( down their While Nabb this/week.
matter. /
M' (' and the job claims all his time. I on printed "resident and the immediate members '
"f tI he it seeking to do away with all: F. P. Jones, of Ft. Pierce is vi.it.I AUTHORIZED
d4 ( "Hell!) and Mnria" Pawes went to ?f his official family. Government .
1 forms of in lug bin mother, Mrs Sara Jones.Dr. .
1 Washington with the fear that event extravagance government: lepartments Washington. are filled
-te t 1 printing the Chicago!: executive is paying E. L. Biggs of Starke, made a : Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE
.t\ ,) his far-famed vocabulary would not vlth bureaucrats and federal employ
'ff 1 particular attention to the waeteccentering professional call here Thursday af-
c' be sufficient to tome the army of swivel i. 'e who are determined on holding toheir
chair bureau chiefs, intrenched behind around the Cojigrressiona. ! jobs and politicians bent on pa- ternoon. FLORIDA .
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tt k\ '. ..' lire Nome of those chiefs at whom he I, the waste occasioned by expensive and machines Virtually all the department

I '. may* have to direct his picturesque unnecessary orders for printed copies> of the government are honeycombed

language. But on the other hand of speech made by members of con ; with cliques and cabal of "
'J. 'I gress. These demands made by senators Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store
r" there are many who have been falling\:; men protected by civil service law. It

,\, in gracefully even eagerly, with the and representatives on the government 1*with these that Dawes II I finding his

Dawes idea of business government printer are said to constitute moat trouble while Dawes has found .
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'r" the largest single. Item In the govern If your local merchant doe not carry your want com here. Many women in your community .hop
/:1::' and economy.' Many bureau chiefs, ment's printing bill. The cost of pub thing even more unsatisfactory- ....... Our aim !I. to at all time render good service, maintain a high quality of .00<1. and tell at smallest

1'a 'ii'' ,..\ perceiving means,: that business President, arc larding looking actually for- lishing and binding the Congreopionu'!: WORKING AND SAVING trice. possible. Our Mock are equal in .i.i e of any store In the state with the exception of one city.

Record with an average daily iasuA of
h ways to reduce expense' rather than
to.Jncur them. Staffs are being cut to about 32,000, Is very nearly $000,000a Everything that civilization: gives '
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Other costs. thoseof .z: ''
year. including 's in a material come*from two -
of work isft' sense '
duplication ,
a minnimum fhh746Z ..,' ;L
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being done away with, red tape is not reporting and mailing;, bring th"j tediums, working and saving. Ev- @= 1fi "....1"V.
total to $1,000,000 a year. is created work and to :
+' half so tough: and unbreakable as it srythlng! by ,t. .. ,h, ;
.' used to be. But the Congressional Record form; 'et the products of the work of oth- GAINESVILLEFLORIDA! ? :

, Pawes I Is going over the entire system only a minor part of the total print- 'rve! must save up our means lIe ,t... .

( of government expenditures with ing expenditure for which congress: vho squanders his earnings is a slave .."YY

t ,k! a fine-toothed comb. He bobs up here la responsible. Dawes has set out t-; vho: has! nothing: but his labor for his All Postage Charges paid By U.. On Mail Orders -.

f today and there tomorrow, but he stop many: other government publications av and nothing but poverty in proaiect. .

fh. knows* what he wants and he get! it. which he believe can be dispensed But the worker who laves up

' ''4y t t The result'la that something,akin to ,;with. It IB figured that millions what he can of nis earnings;is. ;constantly An exclusive Mail Order Department in. charge of an experienced chopper-Let.her

panic it abroad in the department I of expensively printed copies of. this growing richer and the end of I .. ,,,,. .?..,. i .L.r'loowco shop lor.you-Ju.i: write. .
each month mailing each week"of la looked .! ,..,.. ,
the result of the economy a'i''and that go out on toil forward to y." '"y .r J i VCt .f n.

+ Clerk who regarded their positions lists that are constantly muitlAwtsa as one mOre roundconquered! on the

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Morgan Redding, of Lswtey was in WOMAN'S CLfll ENTERTAINED .'Jt { J. ?i'

sfSMBB>BBMSBB BBBBB SSSBBBBMSBBHB SBJSBBBBB Bl town Tuesday.: !i BY MRS. MIDDLETOMMr ., ; 'I
GENERAL INSURANCE J.
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I Bits Heavy phlpments of sweet potatoesgo *. W, E. Middleton entertainedthe I.
of LocalInformation 'J ;
forward from Starke daily. Woman's Club Wednesday after HAROLD C. WALL : .::: l'

noon'at her home on N. Walnut street.

P Mist Madge Middleton i visiting The president Mrs. Middleton occupied STARKE, FLORIDA : 11

relatives in Jacksonville.Col. the chair and Mrs. G. M. In- : (
man acted as secretary. Considerable] FIRE. LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE: fJ.
Cr--lroI: O.r P_.... : ;\
........6.. Me c.-v B._ Twrw D. E. Knight was a professional business was transacted along lines of \ l, l "\11

7 visitor to Jacksonville Friday.T. club work and several interesting reports i .. ,'il
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|i "were read among them being r.YnV
'- I"'" ., I J. Terry and party of Lawtey, reports from the treasurer Mrs. C. A. ;!

66b cures Biliousness. Miss Bessie McCormick, Qf Gainesville were visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Futch and from the chairman of the J'i t
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I was the guest Sunday of Mrs club house, committee. Mrs. N. D. I [
Fresh garden seeds at Bryan's.Egge 1 W. C. Powell. John Sauers of Pittstmrjr, Pa., Wainwright. WAN T E

I is the truest of Mrs. G. M.\ ; Inman.J. The sum of $58! was added to the .
wanted at Bryan's 35 cents a
Silas Kite has some very fine cane club house fund this amount being 1 dr
dozen. 'across the street east from the oU O. Turner is having residence made from the sale of handsome hand

-.r- Bilious Fever.If i Commercial hotel. on Cherry street reshlmrled and other- made articles by Mrs. W. C. Powell [ :Ten Carpenters and Two Finish Men I t'

wise repaired. Mi'' ". N. D. Wainwright and Mrs. C., .
[ Come to our store each Saturday A. Futch. Immediately''
you want the best flour in town and sate money on )our purcha.. Mrs. S. P. Johns and little Bon, S. After discussion it was derided that I To Start Work 's .,
Bryan has it.' 8-12-tf I Turner's Drug Store R. Jr., spent several days this weekin i
I Jacksonville. further work on the club house be

666 Cures a Cold quickly. I Mrs. J. O. Traxler of Sylvester been postponed raised until to 'cover sufficient' the' funds expense have of I Consumers Lumber Co. .. ', t .

Ga., is visiting at the home ofDr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cowart, of Madison .
Good head rice at $4.25 per sack at I Building a home according to the I ,
Mrs. W. E. at the home of Col. ,
Middleton. are visiting t,'
Bryan's. B-12-tf plans submitted by the architect.Mrs. .
and Mrs. A. S. Crews.
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-- Roscoe McLane resigned as tl r
Colgate's Soap seven bars for 50 ---- --- -- -- -
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.Rev. chairman of the school, committee and ,1"
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson of
cents, only bars to
seven a customer. the president appointed Mrs. E. E. Ca-
L. C. Futch of Raiford was Turner's Drug Store. Gainesville, are spending a while at'the novlI to fill the vacancy. a
Weeks Kingsley lake.
cottage
in town Wednesday. i DeWitt C. Jones, chairman of theways "
Mrs. J. O. Traxler i
and Robert
son, :
and means committee, requested '
Eggs wanted at Bryan's. He pays Lee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Geo. W. AUlermarr'Tias had his some fine that a committee be appointed to Children are .
M. Snyder Tuesday. modern plumbing installed at
35c per dozen.RubMyTism. assist In raising the money necessary iH I "pl f 1
residence on North Walnut street.
I to continue the school for eight i

kills infection. W. M. Wainwright has accepted a Mr. and Mrs. Coburn and daughterof months. The president appointed the :. (
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position with the Ford agency at Tallahassee :
Look en the table in Turner's DrugStore leaving last week to take up Richmond, Va., arrived Saturday following ladies on this committee) Good Savers I.
every Saturday. his work.P. evening and will make their home In Mrs. G. M. Inman Mrs. N. Sternberg
Starke. Mrs. II. M. Snyder and Miss Jeannette
.
666 Cure. Dengue Fever. 5-lS-20t. E. Canova and son, Paul E. Jr., 'v ,Matthew. .....''\<< '"
spent the week-end at home and left Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight: had as Mrs. A. S. Crews assisted the hostess 'l .c'
week J. M. of in receiving the guests and during .. 1:1:, .
this
guests: Knight, ..
Special price on Soap Saturday only Monday morning for a business trip \
at Turner' Drug Store. in west Florida. Lake Butler and Mrs. F. II. Caaon the social half hour little fMissettHarriet Children, once they catch the spirit, are very zealous I \ c'

I I! and little daughter of Lake City. Hitch and Hazel Middleton savers. It it a pleasure to watch the beaming smilesof .' .

666 cures Chills and Ferer. I Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Fields and little assisted Mrs. Middleton in serving refreshments enthusiasm that light up their countenances as they ?: ;' "

I son have gone to Lawton, Mich., Mrs. Annie M. Richard of Jacksonville call at the bank to make deposits.l.
Rice rice rice.rice rice rice, rice where they will spend the balance of and little Miss Mary Ella Edwards : .
rice rice cheap rice at Bryan's. the summer: i of Gainesville are guests of NO CHANGE IN ..'mwWum.! Our boy and girl friends frequently tell us what they ,, ;:,<,::

v Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews at are saving money for. Now and then even a little one ;r:,.. .'::1

Rub-My-Tism cures sores. Wilbur Scott is looking after the Cingsley! lake. J. W Andrews, Jr., local dealer of will be found who has already started, to save for college. 4 J..1 .... I l
Fords and has received the
tractors !
i insurance business of Harold C. i I
Wall .
3 bars for 25c. 3 following communication from the Of course, mother and father are helping, but ;,;. ',
Ivory Soap, to a during the letter's to the' en- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Roberts of ,
customer. Turner' Drug Store. campment. abllE'Dll Eustis! announce the birth of a lit- Ford Motor Company! concerning the the point is that the little one is learning the \ I ,
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--_--. I tle daughter on the 5th inst. Mrs. : rumors that a change In model is being money pnd of sensible economy.Bring hJ

Rub-My-Tism kill. pain. Sheriff W. J. Epperson has keen in I Roberts is remembered here as. Miss contemplated. by the company:
children and let them
: "Our attention has been called to your to UI open
Mattie Warren.Mr. .
Pensacola this week to arrest and I
Talcum Powder less. than cost-Saturday ::
recent articles to the effectthat
bring back A. F. Commander accused newspaper
only, at Turner's Drug Store. of trading in mortgaged and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns had as there is to be a new model Ford> ,( ,
property. \: y,
guests during the week at their car on the market August 15th, with a | '
666 cures Malarial Fever. Kingsley lake cottage, Mrs. Will Bar- I change in design to a ventilating windshield tJIIo
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith left on Cashier'I
rett and little daughter, of Jacksonville and one-man top. As we do not I : ; :
Thursday for their new home in La-
Enoch Grins of Lawtey, was a business Bank of
visitor to Starke Wednesday. coochee, where Mr. Smith will helIent and Miss Mabel Edwards, of contemplate any such changes, and :, ;" ii :,
Gainesville. there Is no foundation to such rumors 1
: at the S. A. L. depot. k
C. White in we have no hesitancy in making a Bank of Service" ; .
George spent Tuesday A de-I, "The Helpful / f
Jacksonville attending to business Mrs. Addison Pound and son, Addison correspondent to the Telegraphsays nial of the report. '1 '

Jr., of Gainesville spent several that at the recent semi-annual Under State SupervisionE. ; j.\ 4r'
John demons the Brooker timber days last week at Kingsley visiting cleaning: up of Dyal cemetery 75 persons People.who play with fire often get i 4'
I and that the I S. Matthews Pres. G. C. White, t.
man, was in Starke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Tyson. were present place cold feet. )' "," "
1.;
I is kE'pt'ery neat. Ho suggests thata ,

New garden needs for fall plantingat Mrs. A. V. Long and children, Gus shelter be built there to be used at Many a big gun politically Is a j

White's. 8-12-St. and Annie, returned to their home in funerals and at workings.I small bore morally. .
Palatka Saturday after upending a I tiaUDDiD! ) [ ltIItDCIClIIIOIIIIDmmmmIDIDtilmmmlD1DlJllDaJOfJJII //*, +

A. D. Andrews of Raiford had week with Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. am going to sell 40 to 50 farm.
buslnes sinn Starke Tuesday.See I and 10 more city homes between now N.NOUNEMENTsii{; 7Qw

Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Tyson Miss and Christmas. This assertion is buck .

Inman the man who sells dirt Martha Tyson, Miss Bessie McCormick ,' ed by my: past record and the number 1 - -.-- I I.
cheap to people who want the earth and J. M. Tyson, of Gainesville 'of prospects on Tile] in my office. List for (Clerk Tresmirrr & Tax' Collector I MICHELIN

722tf. are at Kinpsley lake occupying Magnolia your property at the right price andit l I hereby announce myself) a candidate f "r <
Lodle. I will be among these sales G. M. for the office of Clerk Troanurcr''! "
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Miss Joyce Brown, of Raiford visited -, Inman representative, E. A. Strout and Tax Collector for the town of has overcomethe commonest '

Miss Elizabeth Brownlee last Get your Ballard & Ballard self- ; Farm Agency 729tf. Starke. Having nerved the town a* : ecauses of tine trouble \ '
t
week. I rising biscuit flour at Bryan's. It is p clerk for several yearn, I consider\i I\Jl,
tho bent in Starke. You will also I There seems to be a misconceptionabout myself competent to fill the office and'

Max Klosterman and family motored find Ballard's Obelisk, plain flour, at the commixsions to be paid the hall, if fleeted, line my beet endeavors j ,
to Gainesville Sunday and spent I Bryan's. No better flour made. tax assessor and collector accordingto ( to (discharge the duties of I the office NonParallelWheels .r f

the day. I 812tf. I the expense! budget published in to 'the full satisfaction of all. 1 J'gt

last week's Telegraph. The sum of Your support at the ensuing election. t \
See Inman the man who dells dirt G. M. Inman local manager of tho :: $3,800 for each of these officers is to will be much appreciated I I i

cheap to people who want the earth E. A. Strout Farm Agency, is putting Ibe i I I divided between Bradford and UnIon C. A. FUTCH.
722tf. forward every effort to double the ,i counties, as their work will have f
number of his sales in his second year ito I I lap over into next year and there '.}. I .
,
We will have a table of x t'ptionalbarltaln. in Starke. If you have a bargain in ': will be much extra work besides.i '.

.. every Saturday. Turner's a good, well equipped farm he can fENTAWORnUCOLUMNIJ ) \ 0( !
I' 1ea- When wheels are not parallel-a common fault, especially : \' t'
Drug>> Store. just about guarantee you a sale dur- I Unpainted houses roofs, ; .
ing the coming fall. 722tf. !.tumble-down ft'n'es-thellc are the I of front wheels--tires must be dragged '\\1]; .....

See Inman the man who sells dirt I things that kill reai estate sales more over the ground, so to speak, since they revolve at' ..1

cheap to people who want the earth.. !\II'. and Mrs. W. W. Bnisden and soften' than anything else. During the an angle to'the direction in which the car is travel '

7-22-tf. daughter Jessie Mae, went to St. Au-I fall and winter I expect to be able to ing. "

gUBtine Saturday on a visit to J. sell a large number of town properties FOR SALE CHEAP-One heavy mule I '5"
W. B. ,Alexander of Hampton was Denmark and wife. Mr. Bai'sdon returned but I can't sell them if they look Ernest<< Gemirirr Starke. Ordinary tires wear away rapidly as a result of
in town Tuesday interviewing onr to Starke Tuesday Mrs. Bais-' like they had been thrown away. Put S.123t'i i I f. such abuse but Michelins stand up so long that ",-4.' '.'-:!

merchants. den and Jessie Mae will be over there your property in good condition. All' WANTED TO TRADE) :-Good; Ford Ii only carelessness can account for failure to detect I" ""

about two weeks J. H. Denmark has that the improvements cost will comeback worm truck for a pair of heavy turpentine J the trouble before the tire is vitally affected. Thisis .j

C. R. Ensey of Jacksonville, was in the position as manager of the Hart to you in the sale price. G. M. mul.... A. I). Andrews, due to the greater, toughness, thickness and '.. L.
Starke Saturday to look after his interests Furniture Store at that place. Inman, agent: E. A. Strout Farm ford. R12tf. nal'l '
- breadth of the Michelin Tread. Come in and compare s}
hlre.: Agency. 7-22-tf. ,
The E. A. Strout office in Starke will FOR SALE--Strawberry plantsMha Michelins with other tires in these important .*

S. T. Johns a member of the Jacksonville effort during the coming REAL : ACTIVITIES sionary variety 100,000 inspected points.
make a special ESTATE 4SMITH'S
police force and family are and ready for setting! pow. See L. \ 1 t
fall and winter to make sales out ,
'
V Moore & Son, Starke, Fla. 7-29-81!) j
visiting relatives'in Starke. of Lawtey Raiford and Lake Butler. During the past week, G. M. Inman,

-- 1'roperty owners in and adjacent to representative. for the Strout Farm NEW CATALOGUE edition. GARAGE 4 II
I Miss Isabel 1 Fernandez went to these towns are invited to list their Agency made sales of Bradford county Contains. a fund of fine information

: Jacksonville Tuesday to Join her aunt, offerings with us. That this agency property to the following persons: I for the newcomer or beginner and STARKE FLORIDA : l :f

I Mrs. R. P. Daniel and from Jacksonville has the facilities for making sales is J. D. Maners, of Kentucky; Mr.: Co- of Treat value to those already I \ ,

i Mrs. Daniel and Miss Fernandes shown by the record of our first sea- bum of Richmond Va., Mr. Cherry, miller with Florida truck crowing.If ._e 1'. ... -. ..-_---------m-------- -. --------------unt asmmm _'Dum..nmn"' __ ,:fA
I will sail for Friendship Maine where ton In Bradford county. Since November of Robertsonville N. C., Mrs. John you are not already rcrelvfnir'our\ e

I they will remain until October. 15th we have located no less Sauers of Tittsburg, Pa., and Mr. catalogue write today for copy. Kll- Remember the Sabbath

I of O. C. than 24 new families. In listing your Gordon of California will return Kore Seed Co., Plant City. Fla. nee if your, neighbor keeps \
j home
I The well appointed property bear in mind that well equipped next week to purchase property here. 8-5-4t. im BBPI _MIIH _SH>K IVIVeHMe..k
Husband formerly of Starke now of farms at bargain prices sell easier _ A subscriber wants to

Melrose was destroyed by fire ]last' than anything else. 7-22-tf DANCING CLASS WANTEI*-We want a lady or gentleman should not be just as ;
Thursday afternoon. The loss is estimated agent to handle city tradein l
- cat as a dog. %
at from $8,000 to $10,000, par Those desiring dancing lessons will Stark and other vacant cities. s

tially covered by insurance. Another Catarrh) Deafness Cannot. .a they Be Curedby cannot please) communicate with me in the This Is a wonderful opportunity as The high rout of ,\ .'r %

dwelling near it was badly damaged. reach local the application dis...s.. atarrtiaj I-teafnew requires constitutional class. N. STERNBKRG. R. Walking! products including: the t
CATARRH
IIALL'$ anything.
First Lieutenant J. L. Peek left MEDICINE treatment.Is a constitutional remedy.fatalThai Walking" cocoanut oil nhsmpoo, '
with 67 enlisted men for Camp Johnston Deafnen In caused by an 'Inflamed fruit drinks andover
rendition' of the mucous lining of NOTICE Garda face powder, If you and a few
]last Friday forenoon. Two.offi the Eustachlan Tube. W) rn this tube l I. 137 other products. Write to- : moved from thin world i.

cers and 8 men had preceded them so Inflamed imperfect you nearlnir.have and a run wen! bll"lr It Is sound ertlre-or Beginning August 4th, there will day/or free sample and particulars.The I really (rood 1 huMiamln \ ', r

that the strength of Co. G at the encampment Iy cloned Inflammation Deafness. can!I. the be result reduced Unlessire your be no night operator on duty at the J. R. Watkins Co., C7 Memphis, ; left? u'r! "
is 75 men and 3 commissioned ins r he destroyed forerer. depot in Starke. T. J. GRIFFIN Tenn. S.II-3t- II
HALL CATARRH MEDICINE art.
officers. ________ through the blond on the mu Affect n. (Head .> of the syfttem. thus redurfnir tbs Inv ColdsCaus(irf p ... Influenza Piles Cored In 6 to 14 Days others what to do they
Not condition
The Quinine Thai DM nammctlon and restoringnormal ,
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fc, anyone without cmuntna iWT Sue\ F. J. Cheney Co.. Toledo Ohio. t W GROVE (.'..montajiblMj*. .7a ,. .:,.r.," .. .... ..__ .. I ,

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i BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST
: I PAGE TWO 12. 1921.
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ll ) were quietly married last Thursdayat BOOTLEGGING BUSINESS INCREASES spending a while here with her lon, SOLDIERS GUARDING JACKSONVILLE agreement for the reduction of arms

COULD NOT the home of the bride's parents. COST OF WHISKEY J. Goodge. JAIL ments would be followed by an effort

Jake is a ton of Mr. and Mr. R. L. Allen Thomas wa in Brooker Fri- all over the world to make for the di.

I; Lee, and the bride a daughter of Mr. Rum-Running Profits Enormous, Despite day morning. Called to Prevent Lynching of Negro minution of the fleets by such project .

i1' ;. SLEEP TO DO and Mrs. J. J. Collins, of Lakeside. High: Cost of "Protection" Misses Reba Brown and Alva Thomas Murder Suspect *. As every transformed warship

Their many friends wish them a long spent Thursday in Brooker visit- would mean more to commerce thanit
]life of happiness and prosperity.C. When he pays alb for a pint of )liquor I- ing. Jacksonville Aug. 7.-'Approxi- would to the military situation, no

j ANY GOODLITTLE A. Youngblood: attended the worth 60 cents, it is puzzling Johnnie Lewis, of Ziff, passed thru mately 150 Florida cruardmen: include possible objection could be rained. On

Christian convention at Lake Butler to the consumer a* to where his mon- here Friday enroute Jo Midway. ing a machine gun platoon, now in the contrary the industrial. advantageof

during the weekend.Mr. ey goes, but an investigation made in "". R. Hodges and son, Evan, attended annual encampment near here, were all this enormous building is regarded .

ROCK WOMAN WEIGHED and Mr*. D. W. Moore and children New York City, recently, shows thatit church at Dedan Saturday. tonight guarding the Duval county as an additional reason for the

ONLY EIGHTY-FIVE POUNDSIS David and Howard, Mrs. G. M. helps to pay salaries, running expenses Mr. and Mr. J. Goodge and son Eu- jail in which Henry Hamilton, negro, speeding up of the limitation of the

.' NOW WELL AND Bennett, Miss Gertrude, Swfndel, Hs- and dividends of what i I. rapid- gene, spent the week-end at Starke i III held in connection with the murderof fleets.

I '. STRONG AGAIN telle Woodard and Sam Swindel attended j I Ily becoming one of the big industriesof visiting Mrs. Goodge' sister, Mrs. Mr*. J. B. Lee, wife of a railroad It seems to be assured that the con-

; I the Baptist union which was the United States, the business of Hiram Prescott. mechanic late last night. ference will be held in Washington,

w: 1.- "There III such a big chancre in me held at Graham during the week-end. bootlegging.The Raiford Brannen was .a caller here The troops, who are in command of and this government is hopeful that

1',: that my friend are astonished when S. Woodard and little son, Wood- story of one particular point of Sunday. Col. Turck, were rushed to the jail the pre ident's suggestion of armistice -

,, they see me and I lone no time in telling row, were visitors to Hampton Tues Scotch "whiskey"' traved to its port of Rev Crosby, of Starke, ripent Sat- following reports to Sheriff Merritt day, Nov. 11, will\ be adopted. It

$' t ,o I ", them that Tanlac i I. responsible day.Mr. entry to the United States, illustrates urday night here with W. R. Hodges. that attempts were to be made to is believed, however, that determination -
:, for it..- said Mm. Eulalla McAdams, and Mrs. P. M. Geiger and lit- the reasons for its high: cost to the Wiley Edmondson, of Sampson, at- lynch the negro tonight. Mobs were of the date for the conferencerests

t ? { r"aw: 200/ Maple Street Little Rock Ark. tle ion, Earl, were visiting relative ultimate consumer. The pint was tended to business here Saturday. forming in two sections of the city largely with the foregin offices

f "It is just beyond my power of at Orange Height a few days during bought at a cabaret in New York city "". Tyler and son were visitor to according to these reports. at London, Paris and Tokyo. As it

words to describe how much I Buffered ]last week. for $15. The cabaret owner bought Starke Monday. Hamilton was arrested today at his was expressed at the White House,

from stomach trouble. AlthoughI Arthur Moorer attended the Christian the! liquor at $120 a case, his profit Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Fowler, of St. home about a mile from the scene of the United States "is not putting sentiment -

lived on almost a starvation diet I convention at Lake Butler Sun- thus being 200 per cent, or $10 on the George, Ga., are here, on a visit with the murder, after: officer say they bad above convenience." It is the

''It Buffered for noun after eating. I cot day.P.. pint. He said he Hold about 30 pints a friends. followed a trail set by bloodhounds. desire of the administration, however

t BO thin that I looked like a rood wind M. Geiger was transacting business night\ on the average.! Out of his Evan Hodge and sister, Miss Creasy i Mrs. Lee wa found unconscious by that if another date than that suggested

would blow me away and I weighed in Hampton Tuesday.W profit of more than $2000 a week he entered the singing school at Pine Hill 1 her husband when he returned from by the president is to be chosenit

only eighty-five pounds. My nerves A. Jones was a visitor to the said he paid $500 for "protection." On which will be taught by Mr. Waters, his work last night. She had been shall be prior to Nov. 11, t

gave way too, and I was miserable county metropolis Tuesday. the average! of once a week a genuine of Lake Butler beaten over the head with blunt Instruments

day and night, not being able to get Miss Elythe Collins has resignedher raid forces him to send his supply J. II. Brown and daughter, Reba, and lived only a few minute CAME FROM BROKEN RAINBOWPretty

enough Bleep to do me Any good. I position all assistant teacher in down the sink at no profit whatever. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges and chill without regaining consciousnessafter

h was told en operation was my only the local school, and returned to her This pint reached the cabaret from dren and Mr*. Viola'Thoma* and chil- physician were ummoned. Authorities Legend of the Iris' Which

hope but I felt too weak and nervous home at Lakeside the "retailer who paid $80 a case dren attended services at. Dedan Sun- gave the motive as robbery Should. Be Familiar to Every

i '; a i to eland it at that time Mrs. Anna Wilbur has accepted the for this whiskey ills profit\ was 50 day. after they had found missing a small Lover of the Flower.

I "I began taking Tanlnc, and in a position and the school is continuing! per cent, but he said much of the Mrs. B. Thomas spent Sunday af- sum of money and several pieces of

1 .f short time I was so much stronger nicely. profits were taken for paying for ternoon truest of Mrs. Brown. jewelry. Hamilton II said to have delivered Preparations for the Joint display by

'& ; and my nerve were BO much better "protection." He receives his supplyof ice to the Lee home daily. the American Iris society and the Columbus

'9 that I had the operation performed.For ZIFF booze from a syndicate, which bottles WORLD PRODUCTION OF GOLD Late tonight it was apparent that 'led to Iris discussion society, held the other In Columbus,
a
day of
month afterwards I was still .the whiskey. The syndicate make no disorder was brewing and officials the origin of this beautiful flower.
very weak, BO I began taking Tanlac Ziff, Aug. 12.-Services were held deliveries by truck, paying It. chauffeurs Figures' Given by the Director of the expressed the belief that their prompt Prof. A. C. Hotte of the department

Y ; again and the results have been simply at Iedan) church Saturday and Sun- ,! a* high: a. $100 a week. Mint Show Enormous Amount of action had served to forestall any effort of horticulture of Ohio State university

marvelous. I eat anything! I want day by Rev. C. Crosby, of Starke, and This whiskey, which was delivered Metal' Mined. at mob. violence. Machine guns told tills story, according to the

without the slightest: trouble afterwards Rev. McClellan, of Brctoker. : to the retailer at $80 a case, cost the Since Columbus' landed In America were placed about the jail at places Columbus Dispatch!

slocp as sound as a child every :Miss Atha Lewis returned: home on syndicate $9.50 a gallon f. o. b., or according to statistics assembled by of vantage. "It was the lust of the six: days of

I night and now weigh: one hundred and Fridn rafter two weeks visit at M day "flung overboard," from a sailing ship the director of the mint the world creation. A rainbow' was above the

w 'I I" thirty-three pounds, which is just "*' guest of her irtr: Mrs. Ethel from the Bahama. The foreign crew I production of gold through/ 1919 WASHINGTON OPPOSES PRELIMINARY I earth and on this, rainbow sat a group

p about the right: weight: for me. I never Dennison. which had brought the liquor along at amounted to more than ,% billion troy PEACE CONFERENCE of angels Casting their eyes around
1\ remember, feeling as well and Mrs. Nola Brown, of Long Island, its own risk, was content with a profit ounces. The estimated amount Is the and over far the below vast them universe this they world discovered
new
I Ala., is here on a visit with her sister of 100 The equivalent of 2944802 tons of the
,\ strong as I do right now and it's all per cent. pint cost 60 cent The United States government will and were charmed by the beauty ot
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because I was fortunate enough to Mrs. S. L. Prescott.Mr. at its source. The business of bootlegging precious metal and occupying 49.KKI.85 not join in any preliminary conference Its mountains Its trees, Its lakes and
cubic feet worth 17
than
A it.. pet the right medicine." and Mrs.: T. D. Dyal and children transferred it from producer billions of dollars. more % on disarmament and the Far its plains

I' Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's and Avy Starling .pt'nt'ThuTII- to consumer at a profit of 2400 per : This tremendous volume of gold East unless all the allied and associated 'ITue earth was filled with all manner

( Drug Store and by leading druggists day afternoon at Hampton Beach. cent."HLUESUNDAY"'ABANDONED. must l he meiiHured by a bigger: unit nations are represented in it, and of strange;: animals, and yet among
.verY"llt're.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and than the gold, dollar If its magnitude there is no prospect that there would them walked something so beautiful/
P 7 children and Mrs. Mollie Brown attended la to be appreciated. If gold were be such general representation in any that even the angels marveled at the

1, A FISH TALE church at Graham Sunday cast In gigantic "dollars" one foot preliminary meeting. This announce- handiwork of God, for they saw with
r thick find in the Garden of Eden Adam and Ills
nigtit. Alarm about the proposed "Blue having: diameter of approx.Imately
ment was made from Washington: as
wife, J Eve."Marveling: .
Rev. J. II. Kelly attended church at Sunday" law in Congress be : 18 feet 9 'Inches each would
may final in to
E. N. Alexander and family of regard intimations
i 1 weigh 1<15: ,83 tons and be worth IOU many at the sight of such
'k'j Jacksonville, and L. A. Wynn and New Hope Sunday. abandoned for the present, at least. i million dollars. The worl..'. gold! production that such a conference was to be held. great beauty and winning to share this
.' family formed a congenial fishing Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas The Rev. W. F. Crafts, of the International NIce 1402: would muke 177 Great Britain's proposal for a pre with other friends they called many
t $ 'i" party at Lake Geneva last week. Lon- spent Sunday with Miss Ollio Kel-' reform bureau, has written to such "dollars" uud leave more than liminary conference was born of the other angels to their lookout upon the

r nie Alexander wrote the following ley. the author, Judge Cooper, of T'nnre-I half enough: for another. If stacked, wishes of the prime minister of the rainbow, and these angels In turn
I amusing fish tale Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges and 'l'r. advising its withdrawal. Dr. I therefore, these gargantuan coin overseas dominions, who are in Lon- called otberH until finally the weight

1y', During/ the past week there weresome daughters,' Croucy and Melbree, at Crafts assigns as one of his reasons : would form a tower 18 t..tI\ 'InchesIn don attending the imperial conference. was great and the rainbow cracked.
,. ')' Oi new developments In the age-old tended church at Dedan Sunday. for losing faith the strange one that diameter, more than 177 feet high Their engagements; at home probablywill But they did not know that the rainbow -
Since lix)5 the had cracked, and so they continued -
l average: annual world
+ I I war between the Big Filth and the Walter Baxter attended church at the proposed legislation is in advanceof i production would lime added. about make it impossible for them, with to call other angels. Suddenlythe

2'' 1 Little Fish of Lake Geneva. Hitherto rh'dun Sunday. "public sentiment even among the four and a half of these "dollar to the exception of the Canadian premierto rainbow broke t Into thousands of

I l t It seems the tactics of the Little Fish Those who spent Sunday evening church workers" Moreover, he Bays, the mack each year, but In If 18 and attend the formal conference in pieces nnd fell to earth
Jr were to multiply faster than the Big with Miss\ Alma ThonuiH were Misses he has embarked in a crusade to rid 1911)), the Mutest two years for which Washington if it begins! in November "Lovers of flowers know that It was

Fltth (could swallow them, but, a* supposed Beuluh, Harvey and Estelle Wasdin New Jersey", of beer and prize fights statistics ore complete, the output as President Harding has suggested.If : the Iris that received these bits of
1 in the best informed fish circles, i of Waldo, Lomie Thomas and Ethel i and other objectionable habits, which, would have made lend that four of the a preliminary conference should the rainbow and that Is why l'" Colors

I the League: of Nations Intervened last Dyul, Messrs. John Shaw, of Lacrosse it is apparent, will keep him busy for ]million-dollar plecea iicli )..ur.- be held soon, and it would have to be are so delicate and so nun "la."

1 r t week. Evan Hodge of Pine Hill, Ulmer ""a.- some time to come. National I Jeo.rriiplile; Bulletin held by the latter part of this month innsioni Men ISle

1 The north wind came through the din, of Waldo and Leo I>jal. But the fight to secure a "Blue Sunday' - --I several of'the British members could "Myl I Robert," wild. a Park avenue
:Mr.! and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster Jr. "' is not dead bv mt'anlhill' ,,, wife to her Imslmiid.' recently, "do
; any
I C. chain of lakes strong and steady and attend, but Japan might consider the you think them, could 1 be, a dead rat
of Itrooker, attended church at Dedan the movement has lost a staunch crusader i
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d the of Geneva attendance combination
t waves began to climb ns a against In cue of our walls? The smell isvery
kj to peaks and fall in showers of white Sunday. in the person of the Rev. Mr. herself. The reluctance of Japan to hud. I Line hunted all over the

., Rome of the wickedest old trout in Messrs. Guy Pinholster, Jack and Crafts, there are others who announce enter the disarmament and far eastern place and I can't Imagine what t'INt
Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville were their determination to halt everythingon It could be."
r : the lake, down whose maws many a ytiPROF. conference was so marked that
1i! f r Little Fish had gone fluttering with visitors in this section Saturday afternoon. the Sabbath and take us back to the Harding administration has no "It Is: iHiHulble, ," said the hued und.
the "good old days. They take tho And he went out ou thu back porch.
his tiny fins uprond at their thorniest I wish to do anything which might be .
If John Shaw of LaCrosse stand that form of ,< The odor teemed to be particularly
began to lash the clear water into wan in this every commerce, construed as being aimed to exclude
there.
F ; whirls and look for game. Many aF section Sunday afternoon the guest transportation, trade and recreation 'rt/ Japan or work against her interests.In strong that the trouble Closer could Inspection revealed -
apparently ,
I ;1 1 ;i l" Bmall beauty iloHt his lease on life ; of friends must be abandoned on Sunday.: No his desire that all nations invitedto be pinned down to an old ceat.

fe that day and 'the feW' days that followed Cul.( Newcastle, of Miami, was attending trains, no ''newspapers, no mails, no participate in the<< president's conference Closer examination of this old coat

i r but now and then the old bucks ot business in this section Fri- funerals, no drug stores, no doctor should accept the invitation revealed a unall fists In the last stage

failed to come back after making a day, calls no telephone or telegraph messages without reserve, leaving to the con- of decay. Then the husband remembered

Btrlke. Rome cumo back swearing Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Prevatt and no motoring, no-anything is ,;.h' ference itself the questions to be discussed that when ha was fishing he had
their put the ORb In Ms locket until he could
r 1 and spitting blood and declared they daughters, Lora May, Geneva and EI- slogan. I Secretary Hughes has followed wade to the buiik and
deposit 'It In his'
'r' I iad struck one of those little minnows oitie are !guests of their brother, Lacy Scoffers should put the soft pedalon a the policy to which he has consistently bucket./ -Imlltitiupulis News.
which had the strength of a sea turtle Prevatt, this week. their Jests. It was but a few years adhered. His method has been

_ J fl i b';' and fins of steel. Louis Shriver' and Henry Lewis back that the majority' of persons described as "brushing away the dust" Warning Concerning Cancer,

The air about the western shore of were in our burg Friday. could Bee no "dry" United States for which means that irritating acade- Dr. Albert J. Oolittner urged In the
the lake began to hang heavy with :years to come. Prize fights, horse racing mic and comparatively unimportant Annals of Surgery the Importance ot
1 t 1 ". the scent of frying fish, and a dozen Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaw and little and various other sport have all discussions should be avoided, and the taking every j.rctiiutlun/ against can- .
I
ti daughter, of Brooker, spent Sun- cer Infection,
.1 under
piscatorial cannibals looked come the influence of the reformers !- attention of the nations concerned notwithstanding the fact
_ i lIull..nlythroub day here with her sister, Mrs. Lois : that 'Its lurec-tlouHiieKs ties not lien
in many caves, it is true, to
the Blati of an old box underthe given to the main point in each issue. proved Vise
Thijrpen. precaution: / can do no
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ry1'' dock, while dozens of Little Fish Mr*. Mae Mott the weekendat the distinct advantage of the aforesaid I| Word from Tokyo advances the' Isms while It limy du an endlesi |
1.1''; swarmed safely In the shade of the spent. sports. I thought that unless the agenda is set- amount of good' lM-cuuHe la use the
Five Mile\ at the bedside of her A puritanical Sunday is not favoredby C. J. IIUDLONG i
grass: outHlilo. | tied so that every nation knows ex- disease Is due to Infet'tlon eveiy additional .
r I \rr; L. A. Wynn, of Starke, and the writer sister, Mrs. Clara Duk.s.Uev. the vast majority of church members Manchester, N. II. I actly what it will be called upon to cane I is a menace to other Ue

7 '\1 I a together with our families, were Crosby, of Starke, spent Sun- according to Dr. Crafts. They' "I am in good: health for the first I'I discuss questions are likely tq be raised consider the most convincing igu-
day at the home of Perry Newsom. feel that church attendance is one meal of the Infectlousnena of
4 in the neighborhood: at the time of time in thirty year and I give Tanlac that will deadlock the conference. cancer
'. thing that should not be made compul- to be found In the studies of Smith ,
j i these occurrences. We camped for the entire credit," said. Professor C. J. ,,' That danger is recognized, so every who claims that
.
\1 i the week at the old Miller place, Without 3uCjur: ; iluufur' cannot b4urnioti sory. While there are many present Budlong, well known and highly respected effort is to be made to reconcile the due to a micro-organism cancer which In plants has Is

'1 ;, thanks to the hospitality of the present tiled.SOgood. forms of commerce and recreation citizen of Manchester, N, H., i| proposals of all the nations before the been able to /solute' and cultivate/ he and

s owner, Mr. J. J. Laurence, of which could be well abolished on the I living at 42 School street. delegates arrive in Washington, which which produces cancer when Inoculated -

Lake Geneva He gave us the run of Sabbath, those reformers who would I "From the time I was a boy I could Is an enterprise! of considerable diffi upon' healthy plants
the place and clamp the lid on so tightly as to pro- '
we gratefully planted not sit down and eat a meal without culty.
j , I one of his oarlocks in the lake, broke hibit everything except church attendance being in misery afterwards from Indi- ,i The invitations contemplate that no X-Rly Dangers.An .

one of his oars, ate some of his grapes are, it would seem, injuringthe gestion.; During all these years I wasafflictt.d nation will surrender anything of itsrsovereignitywtiich unexpected' danger frow X-rays

.,//i.'. muddied his lake bathing In it, and cause for a modification of presentday with rheumatism, too. It was means that no na has been of reported to the Paris Academy

:!- had a delightful vacation among real Sabbath excesses. Regulation of all over my body but especially bad In tion will be compelled to include in its these Sciences. It appears. thut
rays may not only .produce 'In
things which desecrate the
t Vacation surroundings. many. now my feet and legs and at times I could tentative agenda any topics that it jury In the worker themselves, but
<& seventh is
day right and but
,:
I : proper, not get from my bed to my chair without considers solely! its own affairs.! On that they way penetrate walls and
j ,, THEKESS beware those who go to extreme help. I was almost a nervous the other hand, it is impossible that ceilings of buildings, with risk' to tbe

1 ?f. wreck from all these years of suffering any nation should be barred from Including dwellers 'In houses adjoining the X-ray ,
\ Theressa, Aug. 5.-Ben Hall left WATERM: ILL and cowl not half do my work. I in the program it desires any laboratories. Lead sheathing' for the
'
k' .... last week for St. Petersburg, wherehe 'laboratory walls and ceilings Is reconiuiended '
hoped for nothing,:: more than temporary topics in which it has a direct inter
will spend some time. Watermill, Aug. 12.-Archie and as a safeguard
benefit from Tanlac I believedit
as ,
Messrs. T. It. and S. E. Tricst and Jeff Waters of Lake Butler, were business est.The
question of racial .
! cigarettesfor impossible for any medicine to give i equality is Greenland
visitor here Friday. Radio Station.A .
W M. Brown visitors
were to Hampton .
me .ntlnr..lit'l, but this is exactlywhat almost certain to be brought up by radio
station has
been
Tommie proposedfor
.w.. Friday. IOc from Chancey, of Brooker, spent .
Tanlac has Japan. The advancing of this
i ., Thursday night here with his uncle done. knotty Greenland which would bring l II
1 A party composed: of Messrs. B. C. one sack of O. ,V. Thomas.Mr. "For the first time since I can remember problem had much to do with her vic- Into contact with the outside world

{ Owsley, It. M. King and George Neal GENUINE I and Mrs. J. H. Brown visitors I eat anything I want and digest tory on the Shantung question, and it during the winter' months. It la estl-
left Monday morning for South Florida were it without trouble. I haven't an is thought probable that she will endeavor mated that such a station for direct
to Clayno Saturday.Mr. .
making the trip by auto.J and ache or pain and have put on eighteen to use it for trading purposes communication with Copenhagen.;: Pen
Mrs. Jack
W. Andrews, Sr., of' Starke, was Kugerie Goodge and son, pounds in weight. I just feel good a111 at the Washington conference The murk would cant about f2.lKtiiHX( )
sprnt"edne.day afternoonIn I and fur Intercourse with Iceland and
a business visitor here Friday. Brooker shopping. over and enjoy life as I never did be' powers are perfectly willing to admit Canada, about $2'IOUt\-P"pu'ar' Morhflfilm -
fore. Having put Tanlac to the test the equality of races as an abstract
+ The Infnnt child of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. H. Warren spent Thursday in
r. : E. Triest was laid to rest at Hope DURHAM Starke on legal business. I do not hesitate to say that it is the proposition, but when that 111 made For Immediate Action.
cemetery Tuesday afternoon. greatest medicine of the age for all the ground for objection to immigration "Looks as If we were going to have
sT TOBACCO Mr. Johnson and Albert Williams, stomach trouble and rheumatism." I. rules and the ownership of land, disarmament." ,
,,4'S.. B. Woodard was the visitors of Lake Butler "
: among were here Friday attending Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's the United States and the British colonies "I'w glad of It. replied Uncle Bill
,; to Starke Saturday. to business. i Bottletop. "I hope they start right In
4 Drug Store, and by leading druggist have another viewpoint.The .
Jake Lee and Miss Collins taking their' guns away from bootleggers / -
Myrel l\In. M. E. Goodge, of Sampson, Is everywhere.-Adv. opinion of officials is that an and auto bandits.! "



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FRIDAY. AUGUST 12. 1921. DR.tDFORD'COCXT\ TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA P.HE: THREE ..

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"--=-==--=-___ ____ = '.-=-='. _=- ::_ Commissioner Fields as he was returning I : f ,
to his home with his wife, after ; :
; News of Florida in Short .
Paragraph
abort ride was taken forcibly : *.*,, "
a I .WI' .
w.Ylv w._..n,... e e fwvafl UJI
l tee w.ewe .1 fl' from In front of his home by a partyof I l. 1ft I '
and shoved into an autumuU;l h
men
| Live State News'Told and rushed away. Sheriff Johnstonand .' y 1t 1

__. . ,{ C. E. Tellicer went In ]pursuit and ,
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returned with Field who they found "

by Our Exchanges. i on King' road near St. Joseph bruited '

,- about the face and body. He said Iii I >

that he had been warned to leave the el tl'
lion. E. R. B. Kite, of Waldo committed 'j Twenty sheriffs the .11
deputy were align county in 48 hours and ascribed k. ..
suicide Friday with a fchotgun. ed .1
as guards around the road construction act to political enemies and ruffian

It IB thought that the rash act was I camp near Millview about tactic He ha* declared has Intention ; I : ''

caused from a nervous breakdown ten miles from Pensacola after Con to remain in Bunnell. l l' ; i i' \

brought on by financial troubles. I tractor Taylor had reported he was III I 1# \ I

shot at from ambush several times Miss Lena T. Clarke postmaster at

From far-away Alberta Canada to Friday night. Warning had previously West Palm Beach for two year, and t '
St. Cloud Fla., a distance of about ] been office for ; I'I'I \
posted at the outskirts of connected with that same .f!
3,160 miles was made by a l party of the camp threatening Taylor] with violence about fifteen yearn, is In the Orange ,

folks arriving there Thursday even if he contninued work on the county jail for the theft of $32,000 /" J ,
ing the time conaumed'for the
journey road.
Palm
West
from the ]postoffice at
being only 30 days Beach and has confessed the offense.It 'f .114

Drew Higginbotham, prominent cit was in her room at the San Juan, You'll get somewhere ?. , !
Plant City will have eight miles of 't
izen of the Buckingham section near at Orlando that F. A. Miltimore S ,
brick paved streets when the
I present Ft. Myers, lies in a local hospital with former employe of the postoffice at r- T
paving program is completed. With ) with i and P. A.! ; 1 r
the completion of work on Thonoto- eight gunshot wounds in his (chest West Palm Beach wa found murdered a pipe .I .
neck and head as the result of having by a bullet and the catastrophe . .. / ;i ,
sassa road and Thomas street the
city been shot from ambush. Authorities the for several days. ': : \ '
filled
has something; over 7.3 miles of pav- said they believed the shooting wan tins Miss Clarke paper has been so highly Start fresh all over again at the beginning! Get a J} 1 ftf

ed streets already. In the way of revenge. Iliggmbotham; thought of by the people of her city' and forget every smoke experience you ever had 'i J"i\1$)..

Three fishermen were picked up was to hate been an important state that despite her avowal] of guilt there' Billed the beans! For a jimmy pipe, packed .

witness In a recent moonshine whiskey are many who cannot believe the sto L. .Aul with Prince Albert will trim degree of ':
from a disabled boat IIlxty miles offthe I ".I..r. A'..... I. any : '

Florida coast by the steamship case ry. M*.In tidy tofff r4 Ilia r4hmt smokejoy you ever registered It's a revelation I "

-- I h naa..... pmid .
Santa Theresna from Palm Beach '
on Mrs Sarah S. C. Eurbank having been troubled .:n4 boll .... tin if 7
July 27th and carried to New York. Viola] Lee, of Jacksonville h.w.rd.n.ndrwth.and Put a pin in here Prince Albert can't bite your I
] intruder prowling around his .. ..f I
t
by flaf
was brutally murdered in her cry *
They had been without food ar water hnmtfrf with tongue or parch throat. Both are cut out by ourexclusive J'ta' f .
for four days when rescued. home at about 10:30: o'clock Saturday home near Dupont for some time and .,...... m.Ot.S.r your ,' ,
night. The supposition is that two decided to catch the guilty partiesand '0". patented process. So, just pass up any old 1 r. '

With the great increase in building or more negroes are responsible for for some time has had a shotgun : idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke a r-':-: I I

activities in EuntiR the city council one of the most shocking crimes In fixed on his back porch with a cord pipe! We<< tell you that you can-and just have the time ; j I" ,

ia frequently requested to meet in the annals] of that city. Mrs. Lee's attached to the trigger '(If the gun so' -- of your life on every t re-up-ff you play Prince Albert I

special session to pass on requestsfor body, lying on a couch in the front the weapon would ho discharged by ; _. for packing! :: '" : : "
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building permits. During the first room of her' modest home was found anyone entering the porch. Sunday : 1 iIJi., ,til,, ,
1)1'-1 by her hUhband on his return at a few night about 10 o'clock W. E. Daye : y j'" ,
five days of ]last week building 3 ,
What P. A, hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a '
went the porch .
minutes after 11 o'clo] mite were granted to the amount of ; , .
$03,000.( hops, where he Is employed.] From the outside without the knowledge ]- 1 home-made cigarette Gee-but you'll have a lot of / . .! '
t I
of Euhanks when he came in I fun rolling 'em with Prince Albert ; and, it's a cinch '" II I ,

For the purpose of digging; about Fifteen suit, aggregating damages contact with the cords and fired off I because P. A is crimp cut and stays put! "',\ 'J

.500 miles of lateral] ditches which will of $-173,11(10 were filed in circuit courtat t he gun receiving a mortal wound y

complete the drainage of fifl.OOO acres Miami against the Florida East from which he died early] Monday : '
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of land ]lying/ around Moore Haven Coast railroad company in behalf of morning. i i !

and to the south, the Moore Haven Thomas J. Peters the south Florida "" i 'AtR1NGE ALBERT +

drainage district authorized by a spe- "tomato king," growing out of delaysJn ] During nn electrical Ttiirm on"the '

cial act of the ]legislature] was .form, tomato shipments from Miami to Gulf Saturday a Georgia fishing j.ar-I I by 1 obaaco Co.Viu ... l' --

ed in Tampa. every city of Importance cant of till ty; had a most thrilling experience. \ >ton-S. .... a,,,, t .::.,
: N.C. In- nntronnoY smoltewas +-..- .......
-- Mississippi river since March 1. Delay The pilot of the boat was killed, two I ._ ---- _- t
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Governor Hardee has appointed M. in furnishing cars, in making connections members of the party were Heriously I perpetrated near that place Saturday \ 'tS: +
wounded] and all were rendered untonftcious II I To Stop a Cough Quick I
L. Dawson to be state equalizer of with other lines and rough night when 'six masked In'n''' ASPIRIN -'

takes! the 'new office created by the handling of tomatoes enroute is alleged. with the exception) of C. G.5rccn 'waylaid I'I an automobile in which \\'iI.i takeHAYES' HEALING HONEY. a 0 .
cough! medicine which the cough! by e't
and Joe Victor Tho boat was stop ,J .
legislature of 1921, the appointment w v. h i Jiam MuBgrove of Prnlrie Pthblf, with healing the Inflamed and irritated tlnnuc.
|
becoming effective August 1st. In _- ...... ...... an eighteen ton launch, fortyfoureel his nephew T ll. Hugliert I ot Georgia, (I A box of GROVE'S O-PKN-TRATE Name "Bayer" on Genuine n
accepting this office Mr. Dawson tendered Edward D. Johnson of Blanton, \vt\3 ''n )Jength. Thv machinery being aft, / I SALVE fur Chest CoMa, Head! Colds and f,41f +
tried before were returning from Mulberry OI, Vmip U,, enclosed. l with every bottle ofHAYKS'
his resignation as secretary to Judge Dayton of Dade was' not irijUr l by the lightning and
Prairie Phhle."hl'n u short distance ; HCALJNd: HONEY The salvo
the governor and secretary of the two City, on a charge: of incest with his Green and Vickers managed to \keep end throat ,
I i out of Mulberry )Musgrove, who was should lx rushed on the client
boards, pardons and (state institutions. daughter and was bound over to the the pumps running/ and Ian the boat tho noticed cross-1 of children suffering/ from a Cold or Croup.
driving/ car, a car
circuit court under a bond of $5,000. within three miles of the short before 'i Tip hrallni)rtr rt of llavmi': llr.llnd Honor ladle -
wise of tho road and stopped] As ] lh.throat I dimMm-d with Ilia liennutf, rfftwt nf
The daughter testified that she ii 14 she finally filled und went down. At .
Following the announcement of thefact soon us his machine came to a slopsfx l.rovx U PoD-lrila halve Ihruttilb the pun "iltb
old and that the relations between this the water ] ', HUD Una Mum.coutlh.
point only vcnVet
years was t>?
that Fort Marion in St. Augus-
,, : masked men surrounded the car I the. .h refundIri am Imbed In one carton and the.
linrfi had been placed on the list of I her and her father had occurred in depth and by using a sm"all"klfl' end! took HuhcR.'outh of twentytwo cwt of lie cumbuiiid U.'oll.! 3Ha. g
forts of value to be disposed ever since she was ten years old. they were enabled to get every .lust axk your druggist for HAYES
no military out of the machine, after having
of by the government a storm Us wife the mother of the child continued member of the party ashore, and also covered, both occupants with I'Ura. IlhALINU HONEY.Looping.

of has been forthcoming from to live with him up to the time the body of the who was killed Take Aspirin only a* told in each panic.
protest pilot MuKgro\e was told to leave and] he t't
Virtue age wf jeimim llnvi-r Tal>l lU of Aaplrln +
of hill arrest, although it was stated by the stroke. tor
not only the ancient city, which Is vitally drovv back to Mulberry a distance ofleas 1lxi\ ion Hill IMI fiilliiwlng the direction
. liiivin idled In liven
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she had known of his yon
interested in the preservation of conduct for ayear. ] than mile and summoning help ni.l ckMK+,'0 wnrkml mt by phyalouu ;1 (( ,
a J .
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The howling of a dog/ Sunday afternoon I i'nllr filing, colisldvr the K"'l' liunlltli'l-
the monument but also from the entire of the holdup,
attracted the attention of a returned to the acetic of your iicquiilniiiiKi'H j nn thou enterprising 110,115.

state. his and but no trace of the party was found. vlK(<>r of ibis man, HIH muili'Hty, If you sae the Bayer O Will Scarborough, who was found colored tuna out hunting/ cow,
Shortly before daylight; Sunday morning of another, the eriillly. <>f a third vim run take limn wlthrnit fuar for M
with a bullet wound in his head in the ed] to the discovery of the body of a <
t.ld5| | Rhuumatlm
from and For there In nothing no entertaining Ilee.lar'ItnNeuralgia) ,
:Mayor Goo J. Fre e, of San Antonio automobile party driving HO on. |
barn yard of S. D. Smith, about seventeen young negro girl who had been murdered jtn n* n lively lumen of the virtue I DnrnHii*. T.wtha'ho, Lumbago and for
is out on bond pending trial] on Lakeland to Mulberry found youngHughes l miles from and thrown Into an abandoned .
Tampa, was carried eililt.lied) In the ehuriirter. nt
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the charge. of violating] the liquor law. in the road naked, with a < few meta. niKKl"t al5.t. atill larger 4
to Tampa and died in a ]local hospital well. Monday Sheriff Walker and those WII converse with, occurring a. ia the trail mark of B
blackenedand ] Anplrln
arrested Sheriff Sturkie of in his head both
He was by without recovering consciousness. County Judge Sale went to the scene gash eyes nuinerounly a* ....""Ihll'. Let thin there Iuu-kwn of MonoaantieiwUI-

Pasco county who claims] that Frese Smith a farmer, has been arrested which was on the old Tucker place his body covered with bruise. He fore l b" alwuy at liuud. "Murcu Aurellu ester of Nnil(3'11tanid.: i t h '
moonshine still on taken to Mulberry] where ho was
was operating/ was Autonlou ,
as a murder suspect. Smith about seven miles southwest of Wil- i
the second floor of his residence on treated. Hughes said that his captors iI ea
says Scarborough killed himself. The iHton, and It was the sheriff' anything wnr Boy Utavc the f>rtn.
I
the most prominent corner In town officers found a rusty revolver] lying, but pleasant task to get the dog took him to a mine near Prniiie Pebble To Cure a Cold In One Day The St. Louts UI..i..II..nwl.rat)l t.Ut lv.ea

and which house is the scene of the close to the wounded man, but claimed still alive out of the 20-odd foot hole and after tearing the clothes from Taka LAXATIVE!: IIROMO QUININE (Tallinn > It while lot In u few lino when It '
regular] council meetings. his back tied him to a post' and lashed sew tli <.xiMt| and tea lw'he and wiirka' off the "}'.> "!lest reason we bare beard yet '
it had not been discharged: and was in and then bring the body which is Cold L W: OKOVt'"," luuaiura ea.sclt but 3Ua. >
him unmercifully with a piece of why boys l" uvo the farm I* bocaoMUl
such condition that it could not be supposed to have ]lain entombed for a'
Rollers have been holding] leather belting. He said that when he */ .'. calf! grows to be ).'* oow." ';la, 1p
The Holy
ired. week to the surface, which he did by
meetings in Zephyrhills the ]last two asked the men why they were tryingto I i
$ mean of a rope. The body was that Optimistic Thought. "' platsmww
kill that the only reply] he received CD D wmmalwmoowi t 1mukmoI t
or three weeks and some twenty-five An attempt was made upon the life of Millie Pinkney and Sheriff' Walkercut him It 1 II human to err, but diabolical U I '

or more "got the power." They meet of Burtis Carey, federal witness in a 32 special bullet out of her right\ was a pistol barrel shoved Into persevere 'I COFFINS & CASKETS't
in the building on the north side of of the United States against hack his eye by one of tho member of the J '1 "" e
the case : side the ball having entered the > struck him !I And a Full Lin. ofSuppltt e I IUnd.rfob.r.
another
lasted while over
town and the meetings$ have Walter Scott Nick Santini Godfrey under' the ]left shoulder One of the! gang/ I .' l
till the morning hours and have disturbed Santinl, Horace Alderman Walter Alderman woman' hands had been enaten off by the head with the butt end of a revoU] ; SOUR STOMACH !I II - 241

people who wish to sleep.' This and "Lefty" Montgomery all the dog which Is thought to have fallen ver. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE tl[

resulted In Mayor Tomlinson giving,: charged with violating] : the prohibition into the hole after the woman had INDIGESTION Always on hand. Th. beat *wr.

notice that the meetings must close] at laws when an unidentified white man been murdered and thrown In. Not Very Intellectual.. I I : vice at the lowest price Spe s

10 o'clock. fired two shots through the door of his Many a (I'llow'I' hI) has lore money I I1 1 yt,
i I''rr-d:; than train IniHii't the price of a ]pack '
home In Tampa. Carey replied with a William 60, pioneer citizen I' I
A quarrel that started over a sand- shotgun: and a revolver but none of I and wealthy cattleman and farmer of cigarette Olucluimtl: Enquirer. tied/ofVs BI.c -Dr.u.Lt m.LIJ
JOXDXDIBQXIXOCDOHDQXDIXKBfl"V
wich is said by police of Miami to the K hot!it took effect and the manmade has been arrested and held without \1 i Recommended bjr a Tennessee

have resulted] the fatal shootingof I a clean get-away. bond after a coroner' jury had returned A TONIC

J. E. Foster, proprietor of a restaurant a verdict charging/ him with drove'* Tasteless chill Tonic restore Grocer for Troubles Re k C

W In that city and the inflicting I That Jacksonville is about to be- murder of his 18 year old wife and 15: Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I, salting from Torpid

of gunshot wounds on Charles Breen, come a new center of glass] making: year old siHter-ln-law Miss Pearl Calhoun Enrichlnrt the lood. When you feel Ito Unr.I .

who fired the fatal shot which it is industry as a result] of her strategic! whose charred bodies were discovered treniithenlng Invigorating effect see how i The Average Way 'd

stated by physicians will probablycause position as a distributing center and in the ruins of a log cabin IS It bring color to the chock and howIt I One trouble with the country I* the 1 !

Breen's death. A stepson of nearness to an inexhaustible supply of miles from Lakeland Saturday morn. Improve the appetite, you will then But Kabrlll, Ten a.- To. ems way no many of our young mm fi s'
after to the industry appreciate lit true tonic value.Grove' that ttivre'H no chance to get to the
Breen sand had bOn
the dead man fired' on high grade necessary ing. The women apparently I ( of Tkedford' Black-Draught. th 1 "
racy top In this TB of combination, console e
Tasteless chill Tonic i ill simply
announced by the secretary the accordIng *
and
killed. was killed shanty burned
been
Foster had Iron and Quinine suspended In yrup. So janoln. barb, liter medicine. ll Idatluii ond beg buttutiai, and fit) cos- 1
of the chamber of commerce. He : to authorities who said they founda pleasant even children like It. The blood vouched for by Mr. W. N. Faraon. S heatedly nettle, down to do a. lit?* .

Citizens of Key West recently wit has received a telegram from the butcher knife and an ax. nearby. need QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I' grocer of this city "It I II wlthont 'work nil |M....I>.I".-Ohio State Journal ;

nessed an evening parade of the Ku president of the Tide Water Glass Co. The cabin was located in a lonely section -' Enrich\ It. Destroy Malarial germ and doubt the bt liter medldn, and I II' I' ,.'....'

Klux] Klan when the Initial appearance inviting him to come to Pittsburg, on Perry' property and the three Grip germ by Its Strengthening. Invigorating toll, twIUr. I could Kt alone without '',.-

of this order marched on the Pa., to enter final conference that. It had gone there from their horn herein Effect. OOc. I' tt. I Uke U for sour stomach bud o oadI. 1886 ,:\

principal streets of the city. The is believed will lead to immediate ac order to permit Perry to round up ., bad Ily .. lodlfMtloa ad all ,, ,

members were in white uniforms and tion. hi* cattle. Perry walked two mile If You Want Your ether troubles that are the mult el. : "

walked with folded arms. As few early Saturday morning to the nearest S torpid llrar. DAVISINSURANCE ,, lob :

knew there was such an organizationin City Marshal] Harris of Winter Oar- house and informed the occupant "I bar known and u4 It for year.

town much surprise was express den after receiving severe whipping of the tragedy. He said he had become HOUSE PAINTEDand u4 can and do highly recommend IIt .1

ed. Because of the masks worn none at the hands of unknown parties lost in the wood earlier in the I Try on. I won't n to bed wlthrnt

recognized. in that city Sunday was urged to depart night and when he returned to the It IA U. hou .. it win do all IIlalm f

was I from the community. He caughta shanty he found the two women had I Good Work I to... I can't ay oAoach tot I. .

old son of a Mr. train from Orlando Sunday after- burned to death. Testimony was introduced It" '

Wright The seven living year rear Molino was shot noon. Harris says his! activities In' at the coroner' hearing by and Reasonable Prices Many other man and woman through STARKE 1

instantly] killed early Mon- breaking up a bootlegging; combine at the mother of the dead women to the sot the country bar found Black +b
and almost]
afternoon when a gun in the Winter Garden are the cause and effect that Perry and his wife had Write Draught Jut as Mr Parson d** rlb* -

day was accidentally from other sources his connection quarreled and that once he had soughta -Taloabl* la regulating th liver M Habitual Constipation Ctir*< '
hands of a playmate troubles in that city is assigned In 14 to :31 Daya
with function. and to
The boys were playing] negro divorce. The young woman was hi* Ito normal clanIjn
discharged. companion said that he as the reason for his enforce second wife, having married him two -- Ute bowel of Impurities. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSOT I* a 1)MClaI1)o.I. .
robbers. The prepared Syrup Tonlo-LaKa- ve for Habitual
that the
know the gun was loaded. The departure. It is reported year ago. Thodford' Black-Draught llrr snodldm ConMlpatkm. It relieve promptly but

did not load of birdshot struck the boy same parties who whipped Harris J. W. AMERSONLake to the original and only ganaln I. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day
whole i ticket for his wife to a small Induce regular action. It SClm\llatelan4
all of the bought a One of the moat.brutal crimes ever' Aooopt no Imitation or sabsutnt.aAlways
In the throat tearing away .. Pleasant T kj.- ttOo
Rnilulate Very to
lower Jaw and breaking his neck. I town in Tennessee. -. committed in the Mulberry] section City, Fla. uk for Tbdford' E.> let wlllOl.vt. ;

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