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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 19, 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-THREE. STARKE FLRIDA.. ,FRIDAYp1UGUST I'. "%1. NUMBER ,EIGHT n ?

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BESfNEWSYEfFORDISABLEDWAR; 'COMMUNITY SING-AT THE PARK T. .LOP OFF-150.000 'HEADS TODAY IS GOVERNOR'S' DAY AT THE I :

Praiseworthy Movement-'to\ : Fouler Government Department Planning ti ::1
Get-to-Gether Spirit End More" Jobs : : :11SPLENUID

VETERANS; $400,000,000 FOR THEM In response to-the Invitation:of Mr, Approximately-150,000 JrOVemmf'ntemployes' ENCAMPMENT[ ; CO.GINnNESpAPE I | ek l

L. L. King, a committee from each In Washington and throughbut
church met together at 6::30 Sunday the country are slated to be dismissed PROGRAM OK AT- PLANT INSPECTION

medical center, Bartow, Sept. 27, 2S, evening the Methodist church: to as rapidly possible so there TRACTIONS WiLl. MARK DAY I
GOVERNMENT MEN WILL BE IN 29, 80th. arrange for a community sing to take may be a speedy return to pre-war OF GOVERNOR'S VISIT I The plant Inspector promises to return

GAINESVILLE ON OCTOBER Marion, Citrus, Sumter and Lake place every Sunday afternoon?: The employment by the government. The - to Starke soon in case there i I. p44
6,7.8AND10Congreea counties; medical center, Ocala, Oct. object of the sing U to improve the administration ha. adopted a policy Since the beginning of the state encampment j sufficient. work here to warrant another ''rD r

1.3,4,5. singing of our town, to promote the of striving for( the fire-war allotmentof at Camp Johnston Many trip. Persons who have plant.w
$400- Bradford, Alachua, Putnam and get-to-gether spirit and to 'Upend a clerks even before the reorganization Starke people have been there to view for sale that have not yet been inspected
has appropriated
claims for Levy counties; medical center, at pleasant and profitable hour every program now being worked out the maneuver. and see the boys of should leave their names at
000,009: for compensation who Gainesville Oct. 6, 7, 8, 10th. Sunday afternoon. is put in operation. Company "G," as the Starke'! contin- the Bank of Starke at once so that I
and
all ex-service men women Hamilton Suwannee and Columbia Officers were chosen as follows: These employes, for the moat part, pent II designated. They all speak the Inspector may be sent to them t P
have a disability caused or aggravated counties; medical center, Lake City, Chairman, L. L. King; secretary, are in the civil service. The total In the highest,/ term of the boys, who' when he comes. This will probably be
by the World War. Are you one Oct. 11, 12, 13, 14th. Miss Ina Alderman; treasurer Dr. E. number of civil service! employes Is In number, appearance, drill and behavior I his last trip to Starke this season. !7 '
of these? Have you filed a claim Do whereas before seem to occupy the highest I ,
Madison, Taylor and Lafayette T. Campbell/ around 40,000 now, !
you wish to do sot Are you satisfied counties; medical center, Perry Oct. The following: committees were appointed the'war the number for 800,000. position on the ground. Two other"
with the result of your claim if you 15, 17, 18th.Gadaden : The first step in retrenchment with companies, as well as the Starke Jesse Thomas, of Dasher, Ga., was

have filed one? Is there ony com- Leon, Wakulla and Jef Arrangement: W. A. Scott, Thomas regard to discharge of clerks came on company, have received particular : M visitor here Saturday ,
plaint you wish to make against the ferson counties; medical center, Tallahassee Limbaugh, L. A. Davis, Mrs. E. M. July 1, but on Aug. 1, when 4,000 praise from military authorities, but110mI' Mrs. R. N. Cain and granddaughter
government concerning your compensation Starke who have Irene, of Louise, are visiting her
21st. dropped, it men a more
Oct. 19, 20, Davis and O. G. Cooper. more employes were appeared I
in any way? i I than interest In daughter, Mrs. W. II. Sloan, this weekA
common our boys
Southern Calboun, Franklin and Finance: Dr. E. T. Campbell, J. M. that the process was far too ,
i la the Time have their I party WAN given at the home of ;
Now carefully investigated
policy was
Liberty counties; medical center, Apalachicola Mitchell and G M. Inman. slow. In consequence, a
If you answer yes to any of these Oct. 22, 24, 25th. Publicity: Miss Amelia Ray, L. L. hdopted to get( back to the pre-war standing, and do not hesitate'! to assert Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Sloan Saturday r
questions NOW is the time to have it Washington, Bay, Jackson and King, John Powell and E. S. Mat level by Dec. 1 If possible. that they are "It" among the other It was well attended
Mr. and Mrs A, V. Varnes and chil
adjusted. Ex-service men have made northern Calhoun counties; medical thews. Whether it actually will be possibleto rompaniet.Company y
complaints everywhere, generally center, Marianna, Oct. 26, 27, 28th. Music: L. L. King, Mrs. J. E. FuUh, get back to pre-war levels, officials G, ht Infantry, N. G. P., dl'l'nf Starke, attended church here 4''
against the so-called red tape usedin Okaloosa, Holmes and Walton counties I, Mrs. A. E.< Wall, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez are unable to say at this time, but la composed, to a considerable extentof Sunday. '
taking care of their canes. Heretofore ; medical center, DeFumak Oct. Dr. E. T. Campbell, Mrs. Emily that is the goal for the present. Since I ex-service men, and th! boy have : Rev and Mrs. A, J. McKinney, of t'Graham +

it has all been handled throughthe 29, 31, Nov. 1. Phillips and Miss Hilda Struth. the beginning of the war the govern-; been drilled by enthusiastic officers. ; attended church here Sun-
district offices and in Washington. I Santa Rosa and Escambia counties; Book: Misses Doris Scott Grace rent has gone into !several new enterprises Captain DttWIU C. Jones used his best I In y.
In order to receive prompt action medical center, Pensacola, Nov 2, 3, Shelldrake and Louise Fernandez including. the bureau of war endeavors to make his company of Messrs. Dngnn Nabb and Joe Williams
and have each and every case I 4, 6th. V The city council has agreed to repair rink insurance and the United State. full strength and effective in all particulars ( spent Saturday' afternoon In

handled speedily and save this delay the pavilion at the park and also Shipping board, with radical expan- and since his resignationfrom I llrooker -
in adjustment, sections of the district LAWTEY put in new beats among the tree*, sions in other linos, particularly in the active service, Captain A, J. Robert Cason made a business trip t ,

office and Washington have been sent The arrintement'committee will have treasury department., Thomas, formerly a lieutenant iri-.,the lo Clayno Sunday.Mr. .
direct to you. It is up to every interested Lawtey, Aug. 19.-Rev. H. Ezelle, the" perk' cleaned and everything in According to the best figures available A. E. F., has not allowed to let things and Mr. Jasper Brown spent +
man to take advantage of this of Bryceville, filled his appointmentat reading for the'first community sing at the,rlvl1 service commisstyn, lag. First Lieutenant J. L. Peek Is a Friday and Saturday at Graham
opportunity to get a just and prompt the Methodist church Sunday both at 4 a'rlock.n.xt Sunday afternoon. there are a little less than 80,000 military enthusiast of excellent training O. T. Thomas and children, Misses
settlement morning and evening. Everyone is cordially invited to clerk*, in Washington) alone, which is and Second Lieutenant G. K. Bethel and Irma, Messrs. Rep endiric

Clean Up Squad Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent come end join in the singing, which shout a* many as there were at the Lewis Is an ex-service man of ability of Brooker, attended ('hurchht're t ,
Sunday at his home in Lawtcy. will be led by a number of Rood vol- beginning. of the wars This, on theother and real. No wonder that such men, Sunday. '
Mr. Chas. H. McCann, an expert Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts of Jacksonville band Is a reduction of almost commanded by such. officers, will make Rev Barnes, of Lake City, filledils .
claims examiner from Washington, spent Sunday with relativesin ces. 40,000 from the time of the armistice. their mark. regular' appointment here Sun-
heads the clean up squad for Florida.He lay l
Lawtey. - <-* i Besides the strenuous training at I
will be assisted by an efficient Mr. Pearl Jones returned home on The church at Saxton is J being revived "- the encampment the Starke boy have I Miss_Eunice McKinney, of New RI- '
medical examiner and other assistants Sunday from Tallahassee, where she by Rev. Black: There were 40 presnt MARY AGAIN Keen some. active service, as our com n-r, attended church here Sunday
Mr. R. M. Mitchell, from district head has been attending school, preparatory [> last Sunday. Rev Black preaches pany was among. those detailed to I Smith Varnes, of Staike, wa here ra

quarters, Atlanta, and Major W. L. for fall\ examination. there Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Maryhad; a little lamb, guard the Jail in Jacksonville during Sunday, J
Carbine, special field representativeof Rev. E. D. Boyer returned home on Her father killed It 'dead; an expected attempt to mob a negro: Miss Ethel Varne I la visiting her '

the American Red Cross, and State. Sunday from Dothan, Ala., where he WATERMILL Now Mary takes the lamb to school incarcerated there charged with the cousin, Miss Mira Varnes of Starke.
Commander of the Veterans of Foreign friends and of bread. Ernest Faraday, of Gainesville, wan
spent two weeks visiting Between! two hunks murder of a white woman I
Wars, are carrying'on the publicity relatives. Watertmll, Aug. 19.-S. V. Andrews Pcnsacola Journal. Lieutenant Peek has had the misfortune a i visitor here Monday. '" J '

work in this campaign. The Mr. and Mrs. Joe Altman, of Starke and son;. Troy, of Brooker, to be confined to a hospital I John McKinney wa a visitor to

campaign opens in Jacksonville, with visited relatives here Sunday. passed through"here Friday. Mary had a modern skirt for several headquarters at 61S Graham Bldg., Geo. F. Young was a visitor overto Mrs Rachel Prevatt, of Graham, That fluttered in the breeze of chills and fever ; Messrs. LeRoy Waxdin, Henry Pad- I 1
from August 22nd through 27th. Every Hampton Sunday.S. and niece Carrie Lee Davis of Gaines. And everywhere that Mary went Today, Friday, Is Governor' Dayat gett, of Graham, arid Ed Yarborough tl
man in the counties in which the W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a ville, spent Thursday night here visiting You Raw her dimpled knees. the encampment, and Governor; of St rk.., were visitors here Sunday
city shown below is the medical center visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Prevatt's daughter, Mrs. Times-Union. Hardee and member of his cabinet' nflernoon.
for this campaign, should report and Mrs. Ury Gunter and Viola Thomas.Mr. Will be pn'sont. There will be parades Mr. arid) Mrs. I'M) Smith ntul children ,

there on the dates given and have hln I daughter, of Jacksonville, are spending and Mrs. A. II. Warren left Mary:; had a bathing suit speeches and everything will were visiting Mrs. S. K: .Jone 4r4
claim adjusted. If your claim is ur- a few days visiting relatives in Monday morning: for Gainesville. Mrs. That fit her awful tight, be in gala dress. All Starke people Sunday Afternoon.Mrs. .
gent, it will) be handled by wire and Luwtey before they move to Augusta Warren wiB take teachers examina And everywhere that Mary went who can, should attend both for their I Bridges and children, Misses

be settled immediately and all others Ga., where Mr. Gunter has secureda tion. / You looked with much delight. own pleasure and edification, and to Ithodxssn Henry and Luellere.turned
will be handled under special orders position. W. R. Hodge and son, Evan, were Galvcston News. show their appreciation of our com I to their home In Live Oak last week
and rushed through with little or no Mr. and Mrs. David Reddish, of business visitors to Brooker .Satur pany. : Tom Oldham, of Graham: mad a I: +

delay.If Tanncrsville, Ga., are guest for a I day.Mrs. But never mind what Mary wore- Tomorrow, Saturday, the boys will 'IIUHIIICMM, trip here Monday I ..
you live away from the medical few days of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish Viola Thomas and children It's not what Mary had! ; return homo. They have here awaiting Tern Addison, of Graham, made a
center nearest you, all the expense to spent the week-end at Starke visitingher It's what sweet Mary dldnt wear ("them pay checks for the pant six business trip here Monday. + .j .
you will be your transportation to the John Williams, of Jacksonville, wasa brother, R. R. Prevatt. That made it look so fad months, amounting to 2500. This There will be church here the 4th '
center, as all meals, lodging and your visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. RoHcoe Chcsser, of Brooker, washere -St. Augustine Record. will be welcome and It will all bo Sunday In this month. Everybody In- r

transportation home will be furnishedyou and Mr. E. E. Burney and children -,, Saturday. spent i Inv Starke. Much money paid vited.
if you have a claim. It is VERY were visitors to Jacksonville on Mrs D. G. Kelly, of GrahaM, spent REALTY TRANSFERS by the stale and the United States, a* Miss Loin Moody, of Graham, attended

NECESSARY that you bring ALL Sunday. Thursday night here visiting her cousin soldiers pay, Is spent In Starke-another church here Sunday, f

YOUR PAPERS with you-your dis- Mrs. Ruth Gilchrist of Middleburg, Mrs. Ida Goodge. week G. M. Inman local reason why we should give as Edgar: Sparks, of Mounteochn, was i
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charge and all correspondence from visited relatives in Lawtey. last we ,k. Mlu Alva Thomas spent Monday During the Strout much t Encouragement to the boy as visiting friends here Sunday. a
the E. A.
the bureau of war risk insurance and I Mrs. Salome Eunice left last week and Tuesday in Gainesville taking the manager for possible I Mrs. W II. Sloan made a busines
all other government departments relating for Macclenny, where she will spenda teachers examination.Ardell ; Farm Agency, made the followingsales ,. /Trip; to Btarke Monday. .
to your claim. Your word can few weeks with relatives.Mr. Drawdy, of Lake Butler, of property: Mra. S. E. Jones went to Atlanta I son -i..
Ada Sauers of Pittsburg, SAMPSON CITY :
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To Meal|
not be accepted unless you back it up. and Mrs. II. V. Skipper, Jr., of and Raymond Hewitt, of Worthingtonwere the 16th. I y
the B. M. Dowling cottage onSand..raon 4 i ia
Uncle Sam i la going to see that everyman Orlando, were the guests Saturdayof quests of friends here Sunday Pa., Lee Youncrhlnod, of Theressa, was '.
deal and emphasizes street. Sampson City Aug. IB.-Marvin visitor here Tuesday a ,"";
gets a square Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bumey. afternoon. .
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the fact that filing a claim is Julius Eunice returned to his work Mm J. H. Brown and daughter, Re. To W. Williams, of Canada, the Ogden, of Graham, was here Tuesdayon Mr. Nabb and children Mrs. L. L, \

not begging, but nothing can be done I at Lakeland Saturday, after spending ha were shopping in Brooker Monday I.. Green farm east of town. Alvarez business Johns, of New Itlver, and DoganXNuhl / \
the Drew
foe you unless you bring ALL YOUR about two weeks at his home here. morning. To Oscar lUmor, This Ed Parrish, of Graham, made a spent a few days in Atlanta. J
20-acre farm north of town. business here Tuesday Burrow and Jimmy /I
trip Lee
PAPERS.Mr. Rev. H. H. Black was called to Tar Messrs.
McCann and his squad will be Springs first of last week on ac- Evan Hodges was numbered on the property I. better known as the Bud Tom Oldham, C. B. Roberts .and Malphurs, of Starke, came down here t '

near your home soon. Look over the count pen of the death of Roscoe Northropyoungest sick lint last week. Gardiner place. Narn Wynn, of Graham, were*business Tuesday on a IJIhlnatrl(.. ,
Mrs Tiercy Roberts of Broooker, To Mrs. Catherine Gonzalez of New callers here last week crowd from Starke wa*
places and dates and make arrangements son of Rev. G. H. Northrop, Quite a
) Saturday and Sunday here visiting York, the Kltkliter cottage adjoiningthe and B. S.
to see hlm Tell every ex-ser former pastor of Grace' Methodist spent Mrs. R. E. Jones sons, here seining Monday night.
vice man you see about this and give church.a her daughter, Mrs. B. Thomas city park. Jones, of Waldo, T. P. Jones, of Ft Deputy Ilalsden and Benny Sapp, of .....

him a fair chance also. Be at the Mr and Mr*. Joe Rigdon, of Miami Volley McKinney and Edmondsonof To E. W. Hayes, the Dowling cottage Pierce were business visitors to the Starke, made a business call here on

medical center designated to take visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday. Sampson, passed through here on on West Madison. street county seat Tuesday. Tuesday ht
sales
care of the men in the county in which G. T. Pearce has been quite ill for Sunday. Mr. Inman has made nine Jake Johns, of Starke, made a call
within the two weeks, which is a
you' live on the dates given below: the past three weeks, but is a little M.... A. J. Pinholster and son, John, I past mid-summer. If he here Wednesday MOONLIGHT PICNIC AT KINGS-
fine record for Miss Ellin Geiger, of Starke, was I Ivl.ltin.r i
better at this writing. His friends passed through here Monday morn- LEY '
and vicinity
Itinerary maintain this speed Starke Miss Edith Sloan Wednes
wish him a speedy recovery. ing; enroute to New River. .
will be chock full of new citizens
Nassau, Duval, Baker, Clay and St. I B. Y. P U. land
Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughters, Tom Markey was in Brooker Mon day.Charlie Tuesday evening the ;
before winter.
Johns counties medical center, Jacksonville Hunt In visiting his grandmother had de.
Pearl, Jeannette and Elnora, day morning.MRS. several of their friends a
Misses
on August 22, 23, 24, 25, 2(5( returned to their home in Jacksonvilleafter Mrs Hick, of Hampton, this lightful moonlight picnic at Scott'slanding
METHOD( .T week:
two weeks at Lawtey MIDDLETON ENTERTAINED / on Kingsley lake. Swimming
27th.Flagler spending
Volusia bounties; medical lake.B Mrs.: W. C. Higginbotham, of East boating and a tempting chicken pilau
center, Daytona, on Aug. 29, 30, Slst. and Kingsley transacting READING$ CIRCLE Sunday school: 10 a. m., L. A. Davis I'alatka, was a visitor here Wednes supper were the feature of, this enjoyable
St. Lucie and Brevard counties; D. Browning was superintendent. day. '
occasion. :"iV ft1;' ,
medical -center, Ft. Pierce, Sept. 1, 2, business in Jacksonville Saturday.B. I The reading circle of the Methodist There will be 'no preaching in the Messrs.' Hogan Smith, Linn Brown The party was composed- Misses

L. Blanchard, of Jacksonville, I Missionary Society mat Monday afternoon morning, as the pastor will spend this and 'Robert Cason were among the Elizabeth Brownlee, Lulu Wilson, Ina,
3rd.Palm Beach and Broward counties; spent the week-end at his home here. at 4:30: at the'residence of week at Indian Spring. Camp MeetIng visitors 'to Starke Monday. Mona and Blanche Alderman, Thelma "

medical center, West Palm Beach, Don't forget preaching service on Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. Ga. Mrs. C. Harris was visiting Mrs. Snellgrove, Doris Scott, Mildred Crosby '
Sept. 5, 6, 7th. next Sunday( at both the Baptist and L. A. Davis presided over the meet- Dr Lander bas given ua a special Hicks, Hampton', Tuesday Adine Watson, Jeasle''' Thomas, 4,
Dade and Monroe counties; media Grace 'Methodist churches, morning Ing. Mrs. J. W. White gave a talk invitation to come over in the even Mr. and !Er.. Z. Parrlsh, were visitor Ada Register, of Lake Butler Clara

cal center, Miami, Sept. 8, 9, 10, 12th. and evening. on the wonderful progress of our missionary ing. He I Is going to preach hi* special ( to.t;tarkeWednesday. Wainwright, of Jacksonville, Messr. t
Okeechobee county; medical center, ,The monthly meeting of the Wom work in China and Mrs. J. II.Rltch prepared union sermon. I un- I J. H."llall, of Jacksonville\ wa a John Powell, W. A. Scott, George C.

Okeechobee, Sept. 13, 14th. an' Club proved to be a .very interesting Miss Olive Ray Mrs. J. F. Col- deratand our Baptist brethren also i visitor here Thursday. White, Thomas Llmbaugh, Horace
Orange Seminole and Osceolas meeting. The ladies voted to have ley and Mrs. Emily Philips read selections have been invited. I wish my people Hogan Smitb mad a business trip Wilson, Herschell Crosby Mesdames

medical center Orlando, Sept. 15, 16, the club go on record in favor of the concerning the China minion would go over and give Dr. Lander to Starke' Wednesday.DocVWarren T. N. Limbaugh and F. A. Suott. a
of Starke I I. visitinghi
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other regular hearing.
and a
1'1, 19th. drainage' system .
Pinellas Hillsboro. Manatee Pasco business was carried on. Prof. Wig field.At the close of the program, the Remember-we are still having mid airier, Mrs. Jim Varnes, this Dally Thought

counties medical cen gins, of Starke, and Rev. Black gave hostess' assisted by her little daughter week prayer meeting. Surprise us week. i All the greatest mod'live la theft i
and Hemando ;
hazel Mlddleton served light by coming. Mr. and Mrs. It. Burrow and ons, and effort than it 1* pow
21 22 23, 24, short talk on the school question. refreshment porpora more
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ter, Tampa Sept. 20, The meeting closed. by the ladies *. During the social period ), M. I* SMITH Le. and Willie, of Starke, were visiting atble for them to live In ralltyr-Rue r,,

26th. serving ice cream and cake. fine victrola selections were enjoyed. , Pastor. MM. W. II. Sloan Thursday IdA. -- ,
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k MANY CRIMES DONE BY COW. I day for her home in Rochester, N. Y., Charley Grave returned to his Carl Atkinson of Brooker, was visiting Roy Kalch, of Hampton, was a visitor little Frank Beville, Jr., to Wachut.
1 AKDLY IN NAME OF KLAN I I after a month's visit with her parent home at Tifton, Ga., Monday. relatives here Thursday.Miss here Sunday.'. I ta.
i Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hudson. Misses Onie and Bonie Grave Ruth Smith, of Gainesville, Rev and Mrs. Alfred McKinney,. Mr.\ and Mrs. Joe McKinney and
t '. 'Tulsa, Okla., A-;;; 11. -Many crime Mrs. J. T. Mary had as her guest spent the week at Tifton, Ga., visit- spent Friday night with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Roy McKinney and Miss daughter, Bessie, were called to the
';: have been committed by the cowardlyin i Thursday, Mrs. Mabel Chapman, of Ing relatives. leaving Saturday morning for Wille- Lois Moody spent Sunday at Sampson. -I bedside of their grandson and nephew
the name of the Ku Klux Klan but I West Jacksonville I Rev. Berryan Dyal and wife, of ford, where she will begin a term of Saturday.
the order of which he is a member la j I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Max Wim Sampson, were business visitors here school. Edgar Sparks of Micanopy\ wa a Members of the Christian church
f composed of law-abiding citizen, Dr. berly were business visitors to Law- Wednesday.Mrs. Rev. McCollum, of Brooker, spent visitor here Saturday afternoon. I have become wide awake and will\] begin
('(It,,, Caleb A. Ridley, Atlanta Ga., mini.r. .- tey Friday. Hattie Prescott, Misses Gracie the week-end here assisting the Baptist Messr. Henry Padgett, Leroy Was- painting their manse in a few
,,. : '.;' ter, declared in an addres on the Mrs. H. B. Bennett and Miss Jean- and Olive Padgett, of Ziff, attended minister with the meeting. din and Ed Ybor spent Sunday after I weeks.
,a -,k aim. and organization of the "Invisible nette Bennett spent Friday here, the church Thursday night. Mr.\ and Mrs. Truman Thomas and noon In Sampson. Card of Thank.
+ ] Empire" here ]last night. guest of Mrs. J. A. Starling. Messrs. Will Jones and Bill McEverwere family.of Ziff, attended church here Geo. Wynn and little daughter, We wish to thank our many friends
The purpose of Ku Klux, the speak- Messrs. Click and Purcell, of Jack. visitors to Sampson Thursday. Friday night. Thelma, of Jacksonville, spent Sundayat who assisted ua in the illness and
?r/ er Mid. ii three fold-to protect the sonville, were business visitor her Mr. and Mrs. Roy Birt, Gid Spark- Meson Lacy Prevatt and Ellery the home of Mr and Mr. J. death of our little son, Frank, Jr.,
ai:' tweak; innocent and defenaele from Friday. man and wife of Mounteocha, were Thomas of Ziff, were business visitors Grave. and especially the faithful service
the outrage. of the violent, the lawless Mr. James Shepard Is in charge of attending church Thursday here Saturday.Ray I Little Frank Beville, Jr., son of Mr. rendered us by Dr. Parks,'of Hamp

r' and the brutal; to protect and defend an extra gang here, engaged In re John Starling, of Sampson, was a McKinney visited in Hampton and Mr*. F. M. Beville, died August ton.Mr.
the constitution of the United laying the Seaboard curves north of business caller Thursday Saturday 13th, aged seven month He was only and Mr. Frank Beville.

State.; and to aid in the execution of Messrs. Lewis Matthew, Marvla J. Durchell was a business visitorto ill from Wednesday until Satur-
the all constitutional law. here.W.. M. Wimberly spent the weekend ,, Ogden and Lee Dyal spent Friday in Starke Saturday.Bob day when the death angel came. He Looping, tor Virtue
The proviso of 1U membership, barring with friends In Mulberry. Starke on business Surrency spent Saturday in was laid to rest in the Baptist cemetery When you hate a mind to divert
' negroee, Jew. and Catholics has Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McCormick, of Schelly Fowler and wife, of Ziff, Waldo on business. at Wachutta. The pastor, Rev. jour fancy, consider the good qualities
+ led many people to believe, according: Wildwood, arrived Saturday for a visit were visitor to our burg Friday. Mr*. Lewis Matthew and daughter Kelly conducted the last sad rite on 'I of your acquaintance; all the enterprising
to Dr. Ridley, that the plan U negative -. with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crew Willie Prevatt and Misses Irene Roberta, spent the week-end with her Sunday afternoon. vigor of this man, the modesty
and not positive In its aims. I C. S. Austin, of Jacksonville, spent and Ada Thomas of Waldo, attended parent, at Waldo. Rev. Daugherty, of Rockwood, Tenn., of another, the liberality of a third,
Dr. Ridley said he was not a paid Sunday here with friends. church Friday night. Truby Dyal spent Saturday with will begin a aerie of meetings at the and., so on. .For there I Is nothing BO entertaining
a a lively Image of the
'" lecturer but was spending his vacation Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and Joe Messrs. Ardell Crosby and John Pin- his brother at Zit'!, Christian church Saturday night before toe exhibited in the character vli of>>

"between Sundays" speaking for it, In Marr, Jr., of Starke, were visitor holster, of Brooker, were visitor here Truby Pinholiter of Brooker, at- the Srd Sunday in September. those we converse with, occurring B*
i order to combat "insidious propaganda" here Monday. : Friday night. tended church Saturday night. Everyone urged to attend. numerously a* possible. Let this, therefore
which he said hall been circulated R. L. Crews, of Hampton, spent I Autumn Youngblood and family, of Mis Effie Edmondson, of Sampson, Mesdames Frank Abernathy and be always at hand.--Marco A&rellu -
against it. I Sunday here with relatives. Waldo, were visitor here Friday. spent Saturday with Miss Lois Moody John Kirk accompanied the ,body of An tonic us.
Most of the large audience at convention I

hall were men. They remained MILLER
quiet and attentive during/ the M

speech."A .
white man is a white man, I Miller\ Aug. 19.-Mr. and Mrs. Olson .
d whether he lives in New Jersey, Indiana Thomas spent the week-end with ,
Oklahoma or Georgia," the I the former' sister, Mrs. W. M. Thomas
peaker said, "and a white man' Job of New River.J. VALVE-IN' HEAD "
V i; ; is to see that civilization come under I L. Brown was a business visitor
f the dominion of no Inferior race so to Lake Butler Wednesday. kst .
long he lives." I Albert Miller wa in Lake Butler ' r :
as 'oUry; IMfI' Gtu, r,; l mtgptl.lx i4pdMllf i-
Saturday on business. ,'" \. .
I Seeber Stokes and Wilbur Brown attended h" "
GOVERNOR'S DAY AT THE STATE b.
FAIR the sing at Little Spring Saturday I I :
; afternoon. dD

3 y Governor's Day at the Florida State I Dan Shaw, director of the govern I, fc

a Fair and Exposition, which will be ment vocation school], was in this community '',..ff"' ,;< .tfMlrr: 1l ; tfq

staged/ in Jacksonville November 12 I Sunday. ", 1r-'I, ,,: ,, d dpa1r! bfP'r.'
't# J. S. Brown made a business trip f,< ,..I "rr
to 19, inclusive, is destined to be a )'. 1.. ''rt//: rV'NNiS '
red letter day in the annals of the big | to Gainesville Friday. I .!,tl '.I' t
:fall show. 1 i t N. H. Stokes was a business visitor 11 <- .,',
to Lake Butler Wednesday. 'i\t\ ' ': : ,: '
Gov. Gary A. Hardee, who is known : MOTORCARS
a. an ardent supporter of every movement Murray Thomas made a business '. ., ., ..,
trip to Lake Butler Saturday. ; ''I ,'
destined to develop the state of I j
Florida, has accepted the Invitation of I A goodly number of the people of a "-
this community attended the picnic at
the fair association to be present on
Governor' Day, which has been set Little Springs Saturday. GfnnouncingThe
for Wednesday, November 18th. The Winifred and Cyril Douglass, of St.
invitation to the governor includes his Augustine, are visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Stoke .
: entire cabinet, and it is expected the
chief executive will be Carl and Wilbur Brown visited In "
accompanied ( "
;' to Jacksonville by a notable array of Alachua Sunday. New Buick
state officials. I I Roland Thomas made a business FQ,4! :
trip to Worthington Saturday.
In his letter of acceptance, Mr. Har '
Albert Clarke of Elllsville '.
dee states, "I will be pleased to be passed
with you on the date suggested, and through here Thursday.
will especially urge each member of Isham Brown, of Bland, visited relatives ., ., _A Thoroughbred The new Four-Cylinder Buick, btrre ::annonncrd
<
t i : the cabinet to be present." Olson In Thomas this section made last business week. tripto ':',1.; 4. Four Completing is a thoroughbred-a pedigreed ar well! wmihy
a
Special features, both interesting ,I the Famed Buick of its name.
Lake Butler Saturday.J. .
ti+ and educational, are being arrangedby
.,F. Williams was a business visitor 'r
the fair association in connection to Worthington Saturday after. ,.1+ Lru. Down to the very last detail, this new model possesses: .
with the governor's visit to the fair. nooon. < every quality of enduring serviceability; complete{

dli 1 B. E. Brown made a business tripto I' comfort, and distinctive appearance that have felwr.ys
i TIIERESSA Lake Butler Wednesday: characterized Buick automobiles. I I

Mr. Howard, of Gainesville was in f J
this section last we..k.O. ',' The advent of this new Four makes the Buick 1 1922 f
Theressa, Aug. 19.-Sbl'rift' Epper-
L. Micelle of '';'', line complete. It offers of ofthssize :
v Don and Deputy Sapp, of Starke, were Worthington, pass- \ to purchasers a car: ,
: business visitors here Saturday. ed through here Tuesday' enroute to \ all the quality and service that go to makeup: 'I
Raiford. "
Messrs. B. C. Owsley, R. M. King the name Buick.
vl Seeber Thomas of Alachua in "
was I
and Geo. Neal have returned home =
from a visit on the east coast. this community Monday.N. : The Buick ValveThe engine, of course, is of the time-tested Buick

Miss Estelle Woodard and little Raiford. II. Stokes made a business tripto I in-Head Engine Valve-in-Head type. The year-after-year concentration I

brother, ,Woodrow, were visitors to Eurle Brown Tuesday.visited relatives at A Tower Plant of Buick's engineering skill and experience in .
Hampton Thursday afternoon. building Valve-in-Head motors assures the highest
Bland Sunday. That Has Proved 1 1
Mr*. Blanche Campbell, of Jacksonville
standard of obtainable
,
performance
Albert Miller attended church at today.
came down Thursday and is vis- Itself ,
Little Springs Sunday.Mr. .
nine relatives for a few day*. I.
Every other unit is of the
Price, of Gainesville, was in 1 a quality equal \.o poer
a W. A. Jones wa a business visitorto
Hampton Saturday. this community Sunday.S. r plant. The whole assembly constitutes a perfectly:

Mr. and Mrs. C J. Herrington were T. Dowlmg\, of Raiford, was In I balanced chassisw hich is of typical; ) Buick construction.

o- Visitor to Brooklyn Sunday.S. this section last week. The equipment of Cord Tires is merely evidence of _

B. Woodard was among the vis- : ..: the quality which, characterizes the entire car.
jltors to the county seat Saturday. GRAHAM I
Mrs. W. M. Brown has returned I ', Two open and two closed body types mounted on
.home from a visit with her daughter/ Graham, Aug. 10.-Marvin Ogden the Buick built' chassis comprise the new.series.
Mr*. Richard Clark, at Starke. and Truby Dyal were visitors to the : ,
I Miss Evie Woodard, of Starke, Is"spending county seat Monday. Even the most casual(.inspection: of the details of design?;
few this week with Frank Jones, of Sampson, was a and
a days I workmanship will reveal that full mc.-atluretfqual-
*leer uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. S. business visitor here Monday. itywhich motoristshavelearneel toassociatevvith Buick.
e JJ Woodard. Miss Stella Smith, of Waldo, spent : >

'Ben Hall has to Haine City first part of the week with Mr. and
gone ;, A Great Car, Obviouslyahi&hgradeautomobileagenuineBuickPrices '
where he ha secured employment.. HT*. Lewis Matthew ;
',; Make It An poductJon-the prices listed below make this .
P.'M. Geiger wa transacting bustt Mr. Wilson, of Waldo, spent Sunday ;"eat
, ness in the county metropolis Satur with his daughter, Mrs. Matthews. '.,; Even GreaterValue Four even greater. A value such as this is possible
e O. W. Dyal was a business visitor to .' ,' only because of the combination of Buick engineering -

,day.Percy Woodard was a visitor to Waldo Tuesday.Dr. skill devoted to the one ideal of' quality, Buick
ar Hampton Saturday. Middleton, of Starke, was here ;' production facilities developed over nearly a quarter
Rev. J. B. Crews of Long Bridge Wednesday on business.Mr '\* ::
,
y; : r of a century, and Buick's nation-wide distribution
and Mrs.; Louis Matthews and
preached here at the Christian church 4 \ ' and service organization. .
Sunday morning and evening. Miss Stella Smith spent Tuesday in

Mr. and Mrs. W. W PncVhnm and Waldo on business.Mr. .
The Buick Motor is
Prices Company proud of the Buick
and Mrs. Schell Fowler, of near
children at Waldo with
spent Sunday
Four. It has
the
relatives. Brooker, were callers here Wednes' : faith of long experience in this
935
Roadster t
22-34 Two Passenger
Miss\ Elythe Collins of Lake Side, day.Mrs. I 22-3S Five Passenger Touring 975 newest addition to its line. It places upon it unreservedly" -
attended church here Sunday. Sparks, Oliver and Gracie, of' the Buick guarantee carried by every Buick
Blanton ,Owsley was a visitor over Mounteocha, were here Wednesdayand I I 22-36 Three passenger attended church Wednesday night I 22-37 Five Passenger Sedan - 1650 is manifested
to Hampton Thursday. placed not only by the keen interest
Rev. C. J. Bruner, of Bronson, will Roy Kalch, of Hampton, was a visitor AIII'rinI O. 5. Fltmi, Midi/I" with which motorists have awaited this announcement -

: church fill, his, Saturday appointment and at Sunday.the Baptist Rev.here L.Wednesday W. Kirkliter.night.of Starkr, Cnf Tim SumJarj Cftafmnt. all M.hA but also the advance orders placed by distri

Misses,"Estelle and Evie Woodard and Col. Crosby of Shakeragg, havebeen Stt Ul/r tyMfivMMDfhvffj/ Dabs butors, dealers, and the general public.

were'visitor* to Hampton Monday holding a series of meetings at
the Baptist church for the past week,
HIGHLAND closing. Sunday with four additions.

John McKinney, of Sampson, was a J. M. SMITH '

'i,+ .. Highland, Aug. 19-Mrs. J. A. Starling a business caller here Wednesday. Agent Bradford Columbia .
and.Union
.r returned Tuesday after a visit Theodore Milton, of Waldo, attend. t Counties
i... with relatives at Starke and Kings- ed church Thursday night. LAKE CITY, FLORIDA tkRYI

ley lake. Messrs. Chester Andreu and Eustis I
Mrs. W R. Wimberly, of Mudi8.0"' Kelly, of New River, were visitors .
after several day' visit with H.: C. Jiera:! Thursday.
Wimbeily and family, left Tuesday Little Miss Lula McKinney, of New
It' for Jacksonville! where she will visit River, spent the week<< with her grand
her eon, B. Wimberly.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKin- WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT-BUICK WILL BUILD THEMr

it Mr*. Perclval Seyward left Thurs.I ney. Pr I



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FRIDAY AUGUST 19. 1921..;T'. r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA y j.


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Five thousand citrus trees a day lathe
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" -- 1" outlined by Manager M.
planting
New of Florida in Short Paragraph G. Campbell of Templetown, during:

I, t yW- -,,-_____WTWW-way WWWW",.,,,.,,.,,- "9"" _'" of December, when it is '
*y yW the mpnth
-
y : Mr. Campbell's\ hope to put at least Here's why CAMELS are

; Live State News ; ::1 134,000 trees into the soil. More than 1

,
I that will all be Temple oranges
.,.----- ----- -------................._--. : they fruit discovered
I scions of that magnificent
Told by Our Exchanges. i I Ill on the home place of William the quality! cigarette

Chase Temple near Winter Park few '' I ..ttBECAUSE +

citrus men be. -
which old
=: years ago
Rollins Fish, a prominent citizen of Jefferson county's pecan crop will lieve will mark a new era In fruit we put the utmost quality into this f.'

Mt Dora, was struck and killed by the aggregate 700,000 pounds this season marMrting in this state. .gym
propeller of an airplane on the beach and growers have found a ready market Camels are as good as it's possible IhI1

at Daytona. for all they can produce at between National guardsmen on duty at the skill and lifelong knowledge of
for money
40 to 70 cents per pound. There Duval county! jail' to protect Henry ,, ;'

Within the week it is expected tobegin are'many trees producing 600 to 600 Hamilton, negro, held in connectionwith fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. >,

water transportation service pounds, but the average yield of an the murder last Saturday nightof .

between Sarasota, St. Petersburg: and eight year old tree is 60 to 100 pounds Mr*. J. B. Lee were augmented by Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this f

Tampa by the Adams boat line. each. an additional company following acoroner' : in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the '
charging .
verdict Saturday
jury
Charles Oliver Porter, 90,was burn- The bodies of Mrs W T. Thorpeand the negro with murder. The 1 best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done e"

ed to death while fighting: a grsss fire her three year old daughter were troops have maintained a guard about simply for show.

which threatened his home six miles found in Lake Gertrude, in front of the jail) in various numbers throughout :

from Miami late Friday afternoon. the handsome Thorpe home Wednesday the week. Tonight they totalled Take the Camel package for instance. It's the

morning. Mrs. Thorpe and child approximately 200 men and were supplied devise to protect -
science can
George D. Rhode, postmaster at had been missing since noon Tuesday.The with machine guns. s most perfect packing

Punta Gorda for seven years past is I ec>ronu's jury returned a verdict ; tu" cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper

alleged to have been found short the of accidental drowning.. First reportsfeared The mudfish, a queer member of the ,HLNn, ? stamp to seal 4

sum of $8,000 and was relieved of the they had met with foul play finny tribe, inhabits streams or ponds secure foil wrapping-revenue

office by order, the first assistant but later investigations revelled that which have mud banks or bottoms. the fold and make the package air-tight. Hutthere's

postmaster general.: death had come through drowning ,The fish is black and weighs up to five nothing flashy about it. You'll find no
or six pounds. When the water evaporates

After having Riven three days advance Announcement is made in the press from the pond as it doe in certain extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.

notice of their intention to rob of the state that through extra fare seasons of the year, leavin ,only! -

the store, thieves looted the tailoring train from the north to Tampa. ClearWater a mass of mud which on the surfaceis things do not Improve the smoke any more

shop owned by Harry Kalish of and St. Petersburg will\ be operated practically dry, it doesn't worry the Such t'I' .1

Tampa, taking: approximately $600 this season over an entirelynew fish. They merely burrow into the than premiums or coupons. And remember-you t;,

worth of clothing. route by the Southern Railway I' mud and wait for rain and apparentlylive must their extra cost or get lowered quality.

System and the Seaboard Air Line. as long as the earth is wet. The :,\ pay

The Interstate commerce commis- The Southern will\ handle the train negroes locate them by exploring the If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
"
sion has announced that it has fixed a from Cincinnati to Hampton, Fla., mud with their bare feet. imagine-and one entirely free t tr

tentative valuation of $47,646,143 on where it will be delivered to the Seaboard cigarette you can

property of the Florida East Coast Air Line. Lee county is putting forward Chas.R. from cigaretty aftertaste,

railroad, including the East Coast Brown, veteran of the Mexicanwar III l+

Terminal Company. Long Branch, near Green Cove, In as one of the oldest citizens: of It's Camels for you.

Clay county is to be the site for one Florida. He is 94 years of age'and

Two persons, a man and a child, of Florida's largest canning: factories. lives with his son near here. At the

were killed and four injured when the It is to he erected by the Brooks Tomato outbreak of the Mexican war he was ,

boiler at the planing mill plant of the Products Company of St. Louis. 18 years of age and enlisted with Co. 1 4

Finney Arthur Lumber Co., at Lack, The factory represents an expenditureof M, 3rd Regiment, Illinois Volunteers

twelve miles west of Arcadia blew up $100,000 and in addition to tomato and served throughout the struggle.

just before noon Monday. The mill I canning, contracts have been made Upon being mustered out of the ser- a.ami

was badly wrecked.A with Florida farmers for 0,000; bushels vice he returned to Illinois and In 1853

of sweet potatoes this season and drove a herd of 1,300 cattle and a ,

dispute over shares in a hog farm for 100,000 next season. flock of 2,000 sheep across the plainsto

resulted in the murder of Burnell the gold regions of California.The /
Kimpel 21, and the jailing of Ira J. At last the watermelon shipping

Sims, 64, charged with the crime. The season for Suwannee county norms to town marshal of Longwood a ,
shooting occurred at the settlement of have come to an end. Since the 10thof
Orlando was requested
'
small town near
Midway, about three miles! north of June and up to last Saturday ev- Friday night by a band of R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wln.ton-S.Um. N. C,

Plant City. business day was utilized in loading .
ery sixteen armed and masked men dressed
at Live Oak and at other pointsin r
in the robes of the Ku Klux Klan.beari'ng ,
Sheriff Frank Karel of Orlando arrested the county. While the exact num- t
the flaming cross of that organization
and placed in jail five men of ber of cars shipped out of the county The . -
to resign that office. Habitual Constipation Cured
Ocoee, and later released them on 1 it not yet known, the yields were had it that the activities of the -*> < > In 14 toll Day

bonds of $1,000 each. They are charged much better than expected and the returns report marshal in attempting to enforce thespeed FARMERBROWN "LAX-PCS WITH'' PEPSIN": I* a *;wl uy.iirf d
with dynamiting and firing into a reasonably satisfactory nrtHiSyrupTonic-LaxaMvearHabltua'' i
were >|>
of the municipality was p
house near Ocoee in early July. limits A Tonic (Joiittttpntton. It relieves ;promptly but
negro the cause of the action. The marshal Then, Mrs. Brown, ain't that a beauty should. lie taken regularly for 14 to 21 days ,
At the time of the dynamiting no ne- A. M. Matthews and George Coffinof was placed in an automobile and carried ? I'm proud of that teakettle, and ',ttitluro regular/ action. It Stlrnu'''''"",,m| ,,

groes were injured. Johrnstown moved out to Lake out into the woods where two only $2.07. I wan looking at one twoor For Women KtMlulntes. Very Pleasant to 1'lIk.* taw
Pleasant Wednesday to camp tempo- wanted per/ bottle.
other automobiles were waiting in three years ago, and they .
of whom were
Five negroes, three rarily at the building being completedat detained. size. So I bought a
the which two negroes were being ; $5 for juHt that !
charged: with murder, dug through confinedand that place and which will later be The negroes were given a thrashing tin one and the pesky thing has been I "1 wu hardly able to drag, I
steel cage in which they were used for business purposes. A small refusedto wu soweakened," write Mrs.
it is alleged for having leaking on me for a year,
through,the brick wall of the and jail amount of development work will be ,give: part of: the right of way in Say,:but you had ought: to see the W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C. Dodson' Liver Tone (
early Friday morning at Madison undertaken on the park site at once "The doctortreated me lor about
meeting vehicles on the highway other things in the aluminum ware I'Y
escaped shortly before day. At this by the Ideal American Corporation. while the marshal was requested to a four piece set double boiler that two months, still I didn't get Instead of Calomel
time none of the negroes have been Preparations will also be made to put cook two kinds of food at'' any better. I had large family
recaptured. Into shape for use resign. you ran and felt I surely must do
the grounds I
camp and round roaster to bake '.
same time )
winter. something; to enable me to take Calomel U quUk.llv"r. It attaeka, f
Efforts to break through the barriers next The road in Alachua county between chickens, and meat of all kinds only care ol my little ones. I hadheard the bonw and paral" ... the licor. Your
immigration I Burnetts Lake and the Santa Fe river $1.64 and will never runt They havea ol dealer sells _,Ill bottle of pleasant,
law of the new discovered percentage by the bureauof Martin McCloud, taxi driver, of the Columbia county line, Is very near big assortment of all kinds of Jim 1 h6nnl"noel..fI'. . Liver Tone" under ,
was that
Gainesville while paying a friendlycall There Is no more detouring cracks for cooking in the aluminum an Ironclad, lire4liver guarantee
when it was reported completion. \ atoniaoh and
immigration unwilling H will regulate ,
is
that a party of Polish Jews were arrested on a friend who an on this road and it is so smooth as cheap as tin. Ixnrnli better than calomel, without t

In Key West, for attempting to guest at the jail, left his car parkedin that the capacity of your motor is the DeWitt C. Jones was showing Mr. CARDUIThe 1J sickening salivating you-15 tulUiuobottlne
The
enter from Cuba without legal au front while he would visited take inside.look at speed limit. Going north to the Bradford Smith his new line of harness, all the ...14. ,
jailor thought he a county line, you will find nearlya way from $a.lio to $12.00-before the -- l
thority. and the more he looked the No Worm Ina Healthy Child 1
the car hundred men cutting trees and war prices and saddles, and saddle
J d with Worm. have a uuuMllhyoutur -
It trouhl
was Allrhllilnm
became.
J. A. Rowe Baker county's newly more interested he several clearing the right of way. Towardthe blankets, all down, so we can see them Woman's Tonic ,ttlikh. Jntlkilni pool bled,awl...
found that the car contained and that Fix All Var U, <..1.u .....n."h lUturlmiM, }
appointed sheriff began his administration Putnam county line a large gang: now. Oh, yes, ruin tlmr mete .
by capturing three moonshine : gallons of real moonshine so McCloud of men are at work putting the rightof nish and Enamel all colors, that's off I "I decided to try It," continues J GIOVE'1I1'AII1'r.l.r-18, furtwoiirllirM' wnki CHILI.will IONIC mrk.li..lv the a bloat.Improve raularly . '

stills and 50 barrels of mash nearMacclenny : was arrested and asked to remain asa way In shape. Between the New- too. Now's the time to shine up our Mrs. Kay . "I took lh>dlitmlhio.ind.a.Mwtr.l 8t ran MBnnlna .. tI'4 w.
guest of the jail. to sell bottle In sfl . I regained Tonic" to the whnl"..>t.m. Nature wllllh.o
force I'm going eight
A ut3BU;-y. The stills were berry road and Alachua a large floors and furniture. throw oft or riUml. th.warm*,ami thuChUdwIlllwla '
located only after the sheriff and hill: is at work hard surfacing the Band;] some chickens and have one of them my strength and have pmfKt hMlin. aMialtatalM. .*Mo_b UJa. ,,,' ,

had waded waist deep thru i George Lamb, who conducts a dairy places and filling: In the low ones. Go double boilers and one of the round had no more trouble with womanly -, f11
deputies miles north of Tallahassee, lost I have ten I Cold kn Oue heyr.k.IAXATIVE
four weakness.
ing south out of High Springs to New.. roasters. What's the use of going To Cure a
swamps. of his fine Jersey cows Tuesday children and am able to do aU BROMO QUININE (T.hlote) It I
I nine is being hard surfaced without things we want and pat the wake of! lliU .
berry the road : <'..ulh anil lli-d'ho and
night by lightning. Mr. Lamb after I my housework and a lot out I iu>ltlifi. .CKUVC.| '," iliuitur uu Hack bul. Mo.: {
to W
Florida sawmills turn out an annual with limestone. Went of Gainesville chickens ourselves. I'm just going ( >ld t:
feet of milking the cows, about 80 in number hai been al doors . I can sure recommend : C
of 1,000,000,000 I' toward Archer, a crew do
lumber average valued: at present prices at turned them out into a grove. work putting that road in shape and I it.Well now, Mr. and Mrs. Smith set CarduL" II IIOptlmlstle --- t
shelter undera TONIC
41626000. The finished products) I Nine of these, seeking the a crew i I. also at work on the road right up and have dinner with us. We Take Cardui today. II nay IIK A M
killed by .
turned out by Florida manufacturer! stroke large which oak tree struck were the tree. Mr.. between Hawthorne and Waldo. have plenty of chicken and plenty of be Just what yod need. K drove'and Tasteles Vitality chill: by Tonic Purtfy'lnft, ,toNS and

add $29,267,142 to the. price of raw I other things such as they are. At all druggist: \ Enttrgy'
to be worth fool it.
When
the cows Blood.
Lamb estimated F.nricliliiit the you
material making the total value of: : made today Yen Mrs. Brown, you have a great as
arrests were
at least $125 a head. He stated they Seven more Itr""lIthtmhlll.lovtlo.tln! effect,pee howIt
such It I. and good enough
$70,893,174. plenty as ,
our lumber products all heavy milkers and averaged: by federal officers in connection brings color to the cheek and howIt
I were for what there is of it. Now
around four gallons each per day. with the alleged illicit whiskey traf anyone I Improves the appetite you will then Y
has started early whip<' in which several Smith you better keep your mouth:
Fort Myers I fic in Duval county and (i reclate It. true tonlo value.
the city is young to do away with unsightly While fishing for tarpon In the St. prominent men are charged with) shut if you can't talk straight. He'salways Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlo Is simply P

telegraph and telephone poles Johns river at Fulton R. A. Rhodes,, having been involved. Of those arrested getting rattled when we /go i ". ..ug"It \. Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
which will place< I with conspiracy out in company. I costs more to revenge lnj... children like It. The blond
Work is now going: on of Jacksonville, hooked a man eating six are charged ploaaant even
Have chicken Mr. Smith and I "dan It 'I... to bear tlaeiu. IRON
all wires underground before new shark which measured six feet nine to violate the prohibition laws and I some need QUININE to Purify It arid to

paving is put down. This will add to and one half inches in length and they were released In bonds of $2f>0(( pass it to Mrs. Smith. I Enrich: It. Destroy Malarial norms and

the beauty of Fort Myers and surely I weighed 150 pounds. The monster each and include R. E. Wheeler and Yes, ma'am. Grip grrms Effect.by OOc.natoi lea:. Strengthening Invtgur 141.wve'i

ahows a most progressive spirit. belonged to what is known as the J. E. Madigan, former bankers; J. E What's that noise out In the road i To Stop a Cough Quick: Sting ,
*
I spotted species and put up a fifty minute Merrill, head of the Merrill-Steveni I'll bet some dog is fighting my dog tak. IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. Taueer Colt TWT .

One of the biggest building proj battle before he was finally killed Shipbuilding Co.; his son, K. A. Merrill for I tied him behind the wagon. sigh ealiog medicine the Inflamed agitated tUraa b]. a*vtuntr aM .MriY by ptaltyl.a sad.e.

ects that has been undertaken at St and hauled aboard the small boat. It P. M. Hopkins and Pat Germain.. Yes, that' him, but there's no other A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATI rlnhlal the ........ You na MOO Mini.......

Augustine for many*years past hall, was necessary to shoot him as well as A warrant was Issued for the arrest dog around as I can see. SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Cold an 4Croup .Ina.. Ivriaanukul LffMt. Prio esa
officials of the number of times beforehe of former Sheriff W. H. Dowllng, on Is enclosed with every bottle aAYFS' -
him
announced by stab a
just been to
What's the tastier, ShrpT, Why he HEALING HONEY. The .....
will\ He Is said to bout
Florida East Coast railway. It gave up the' ghost. a similar charge. is all\ covered with turpentine. Where tould be rubbed OD the chest and throat
office buildingof of the city. W. M. Bostlck, retired Cold Croup, 1886
be a large four-story did he get that here's none in my 01 T children sulrerill from a or i
fireproof! construction and artistic Ed Simmons of Carrabelle had afoot I wealthy lawyer was arrested The tMtMat.*.* of lt.,..' HalloNasaris" ( -
of result of an wagon ."'9*In*throat.Mtl,kM4 wKh (h, ....Ilq.fltam crIIC
lacerated as a bond of ( a
in $1,000 on
design to be erected on the comer badly and released '. 0-r.at-Trau ..*.>. through. *... puna crII&he
King and Malaga streets. encounter with a shark which he had charge of having liquor In hi'* posses- Samantha, where is Sliver Hey, Min am stop a-' .
Simmons said that was tryi.ig removed from hit Sliver, come here.Influence (och.-...ere PMII..ta ._. eaftMMdUM,
hooked. sion. Dowling was _t of 1""'.asmbk.d U-- e10 DAVISINSURANCE
brother Marvin to get: the hook out of the mouth office recently a* the result of the Must sat your druggist for HAYES
Walter Pierce and his Pasco of the fish when the shark's Jaw closed conspiracy charge. Wheeler and Mad. EALDIG HONEY.
both of Fivay Junction I resulting In part of on Character.In .
of
Keller hospital : with a snap, igan recently resigned as chairman r
county, are in the Gordon suffering his foot being sheared off. It was a the board of directors and cashier, respectively the molding of character nothingmatters - -
the first one I MI much n* influence! It lethe I
at
Tampa, wound, but he was given Trust and Informed.
scalp wound said to very painful of the Guaranty heart of all education, the Inner Only Partially
with an ugly attention and no serious con. Savings Company. More I It I* from history that we mllharD *
with a monkey I prompt secret of home sod l 'it school.
have been inflicted feared. the futures remark4i
aftremath are to Judge
as an III I the
froma sequences than any wit or KITIIUH
wrench and the latter suffering fishing is quite a pastime there there of simple goodness, i serious citizen. "Yes. replied Uibserrer I {
side that i iserious. Is Shark Not Very Intellectual,
left
the valU.j dar'a new rw
bullet wound in ; "but every
two "
few days life
Surround
The men were injured ina : and during the past ataay a fellow who has more mone tboustitrulni IIIlols us that history Is not yt oos.ate. < STARKEp
have been caughtby Us and dormant goodness
sharks of rays
Rol eight-foot than brain hasn't the price e pact Of
fight that was staged In a "Holy I birth. ,, -
parties from one of the city dock of cigarette*.-Cincinnati EOQulrer.p till to cow to - --
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1 PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. BTARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 19. 192L

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i ice, for the treatment of venereal disease I I, father R. N. Dowling. jMlfI': Eva Hodges is the truest of Misses Erma and Lettie Johns ir.

Bradford( County T&legrapli I MINISTER DISCUSSES and to reduce the personnel in Sheriff Epperson and Deputy BallI her sister Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, of guests of their grandmother, dr..

-- . each of the department. We have I den were attending to official business Starke this week. Mary Reddish of Jacksonville.
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Published weekly and entered as discharged two stenographer, two i here Tuesday. Miss Cecil Hall who is attendingin Mrs. McNealey of St. Petersburg,

second class matter, at the post I HISWIFE'S clerks, one chemist two sanitary inspectors Supt. Wiggins was a business! visitor Gainesville visited her parents, I II I who! has been the guest of her mother !

I ;. office at Starke. Florida. one part time health officer here thin week. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hall, Sunday.J. Mrs. J. S. Buse, left for tier home

, ,"' --"=. I and one publicity man. We have discontinued Thos. Dyal and family left Tuesday II.- Saxon has recently hda his I Sunday.

E. S. MATTIIEWS, Editor and Owner I TROUBLE the care of smallpox the for South Florida where they 'expect residence on Main street repaired and Mrs. S. A. Saxon and Mis.! Mary:
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treatment of rabies, except for the I to make tJIeir. future home. painted.Ben Prevatt are visiting friends and relatives .

indigent and the examination of tissue in Jacksonville this week.
' The Bronson Times-Democrat and I ; Dr. Middleton of Starke was a Crichlo and family of Jacksonville -
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former of in the laboratories. It hat ..110b..n Riley Jackson of Alachua
the Ocala Star have a controversy as Rev. A. II. SykeB, pastor i professional visitor here this week. who have been visiting, here was %
the Watkins Park Presbyterian found impossible to open the guest of G. W. Saxon Saturday.S. .
to whether Germany and the United Lacy Prevatt, of Jacksonville wasa returned their home Sunday. Theywt'1'e
j church Nashville, Tenn., says: proposed laboratories in West Palm their return by R. Swindel of Thcressa, was a
States are at peace or not. Try something business visitor here this week. accompanied on .
what Tanlac has Beach 'and Orlando] two highly desirable recent visitor here.
"After seeing accomplished Hutch-
] easier, boys. Blanton Owsley of Theressa, was abusiness Mrs. Crichlo'B\ father W. E.
I wife's I institutions. Dr. Parks has been
in a
my case, am professional
, visitor here during the week.G. \irison.
of Therefore taking all these facts visitor to Graham .
it medicine recently.Miss
that it
convinced l a
:w 'The Lord loves Plant City. Now W. Rahme and family left Tues Mrs.-Mada Miller of Palatka who
and extraordinary merit. and necessities into consideration antweighing Onie Graves of
a while nothing much'is shipped away great power ; day for Plant City where they will\ has been the guest of friends in town Graham was
I do not think I have even seen any them most carefully we a visitor to Hampton Sunday.
from there to bring money the coins spend the winter. for several days, left Tuesday tof Atlanta
such results 11 have formulated and adopted the following Mr J. C. Thomas who has
thing give prompt r { been
J rain down from heaven and th.'peop1a Cleveland Sullivan and family of where she will visit relatives
Sykes had been in delicate health for budget for the next twelvemonth's ....... the guest of her parents Mr. and Mr .
pick them up from the streets.A Thereiaa, were the guests of Mrs. R. before returning. '
ten month, suffering from stomach I activities: / I Haynes has returned to her homeat

trouble and nervous breakdown."I Administration .......-.._... ...17.000.00 B. Sullivan Sunday.Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daugh.ter. Valdosta Ga.
man who has a grudge against Engln.ering. .__-_,..- 18,000.0'FI.ld W. B. Roper who has been in I for Pablo .
left last
"the easily construes frequently ought medical advice lie"'.... __._____.__. 10,000.OOIjiboratorlM I Wilma Tuesday J. L. Lavender and family, of Wil.
ppper" many .. .. Jacksonville several weeks, recently
16.000.00 Beach where they will spend several -
but Tanlae Is the that listen have recently moved here
c things said in it as directly aimed at only thing Child ..rlf.r. Including orthopaadlc) 10.00000 returned to her home here.G. after will visit! and
her Vital tmU.tlca. __ .. days which they focated in the
relief. After taking the It.OOO.OO are Mullady
him. While this is not so, the editoris gave any Vrnercal do...... _,-TL.?..,-.-,..,_.., 1.000.00 W. Saxon was a business visitor friends In St. Augustine. cottage
+ enough to let him wear medicine only a short time she was Communleabla Jlanaiat 1.000.00 on Church street
Starke .
generous to
able to sit and help with the household Blnlorla' _,._, __,-?_ .00000 Monday.Mr. Baptismal services will be held at Rev. T. II. Gibson will preach
? the coat if it fits him. up at
Multlffraph. ----....._?.._?. .000.00 and Mrs. Swearingen of Stuart
duties. I think it only a short the lake next Sunday at 10 a. m. the Baptist church next Sunday.TFbr .
tf4 I A total of ._--__....., ......._12fl.000.00 are visiting in Hampton this week.
time until her
Starke should bid for the "tin can" health will be fully re .
No one could regret more than I do Master Chan. Hunt of Sampson

tourists" who come to Florida In stored. that it is necessary to curtail or to City I. the guest of his grandmotherMrs.

'. winter. These people come in automobiles Tanlac is sold In Starke by Tur discontinue in part the valuableand Frank Hicks.
any
e and camp. They buy a great ner's Drug Store and by leading druggist important activities instituted by Claud Rouser has recently been a

deal of commodities of different kinds ever'Where.-Adv.. I the retiring _state_ health__ ___n_ nfRpor and business visitor to Starke. sow

and many buy homes. There are many the state board of health. Mrs. Harris, of Sampson City has
was above the law, later that he
pleasant groves around town that We would be pleased if, at time been a guest at the home of Mrs. F.
i could be assigned them for would remove the sheriff if he both any
camps IIII"ker
ered him and last with a sanctimonious I you or your representative or any one
and for scenery and sports there are A farewell party was given at the
interested in
are Jacksonville
the lakes and the woods. If mien with hand on heart and you _
they came home of Miss Ethel Hunt Tuesday
would call in at the state board of ,
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eyes uplifted he said that to allow
here once they would return each following in honor of Miss Alma
health and look the evening: Dyal
over records in
himself to be _
winter. arrested would be to be- i
tray the constitution that he had the auditor' office I am sure that you I who left for Pompano this week.J. I _

will be able then to secure conclusive F. Houser real estate agent was
sworn to uphold inasmuch this
It to study psychology. This as
pays evidence to the fact that not a business visitor to Starke this week.
would allow the we are
has executive branch of
long been known by drummersand
attempting to hedge in what Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen and Mrs. M.
+ the government to I any way
give to the
politicians and later it was taken way Ju- soever. L Rawley returned to their home 4.

up by confidence men and profiteers.Now dicial branch.In t
Very truly here after two weeks visit with relatives
it seems to be used as one of spite of all his claptrap: he finally yours and friends at Bushnell- They
R. C.
thieves' tools. The other day a tailor submitted to arrest and to be* taken TURCK
State Health Officer.RAIFORD report pleasant trip.
by the sheriff to the
In Tampa received notice that on a courthouse to
Mrs. and daughter Erma
Haynes YaM1' r_
certain night his store would be have his bond executed. sat,
entered Meanwhile of Georgia: are guests of O. Haynes f
and the chair of the highest executive in .
robbed and on the night this 'week.L. ,

F designated he was relieved of $600 of Illinois swindling.is filled by'. a person accused Raiford Aug. 19,-W. II.:AndVewa A. Wynn and family and M. L. j I II
worth of The
goods. thieves know
Jr., was a visitor to Jacksonville on I Watterson and family returned .to :
the man to be timid and that he would ,
their home here from fishing
LETTER Tuesday.Mrs. Friday a -
+ rather risk losing his goods than have FROM STATE HEALTH
OFFICER J. C. Jones and little son, Billie trip In Clay county. They report I I'a
an encounter with them."Didn't .
Clifford, were visitors to Jacksonville ,' pleasant trip. !

Sunday.Mr. Mrs. II. B. PeepleB, who has been I
Jacksonville Fla.
know it was loaded,' the ,
common ex'ulle'ln firearms accidents July 20, 1921. and Mrs J. M. Alvarez and lit. the guest of friends in Jacksonvillefor ;
tie grandson Billie several days returned to her home
would never be used by government Mr. E. S. Matthews Graham of Stark

experts, we had thought. Yet the Editor Bradford County Telegraph were visiting here Sunday afternoon. Monday I II I

Starke, Florida. Messrs. John Dowling and W. II,
F.O.B. Detcea
other day some! navy men in an air. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED $625 )
plario, flying direr Narragansett: Iay."monkeyed" Dear Mr. Matthews: Andrews were visitors to Lawtey on 111 REVISEGENERALSTATUTESH.rrby j

Your editorial of recent date which Thursday.. "
with machine '
t.A a gun, supposed t notlem la given that E. W. Ram.prchaiirr .
,. to l>e unloaded and shot into a appeared in the.Tampa Tribune under Barney Hendricks was a visitor to of tax use certificate numbered r.. I rJhe End of
date Starke Thursday .... 133. 1"5. and 140, lain
launch full of Italian berry pickers on of July 17, 1921, has just come night of .tlv.IF 1019. luaueil 49. 102.l>. 104.the tax collector fqr Bedford -

their way from an island to the main to my attention. Mrs. Tison Hitch of St. Augustine\ county. Florida aald oertlfleatea 19. 102. ,I
I is visiting friends and relatives 104 138. 18R and 140 being dated the 7th dar
am that here
sure have
land. One wounded and you misconstrued filed the .ald .
person was I of July A. D. 11119. and bag eer.tlfloatra
A the boat was so badly riddled with the intent of my recent letterto this week. .' In my office and has made applicationfor a Perfect Day"and
Miss tax d ed to Imue In accordance with law.
balls till it was with great difficulty the press of the state setting forth Gertrude Anderson who has Th. said eortlncatea rmpertlvely embrace the
therein the been attending school followinglanda In Bradford ,county, Florida,
financial at Gainesville
statue of
the
,., ; the reached land. ,
passengers: They aMMwri at the date of the laauanee of said
+. describe the incident as "worse dan de state board of health of Florida.It I returned to her home Friday afternoon contests particularly In the..t name forth reanectlvply towlti hereinafter all ready for another whether it be to
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' tunder worse dan do war, worse dan was not my intention to convey Certificate No. 40 embrace the follnwtnalJVim plow harrow, drill; to run the thresher the
the idea that I was criticising the former W. II. Andrews was a visitor to at a point 90 ft E of 8E Coy of Main ,
n" ell.. I I Jacksonville Ia. rklc Sin. and run S 188 It, F fll ft. N. corn sheller the hay baler or what-not. For
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H state board of health and state Friday. i 184.1 ft to Main .t. Thence W on Main .t C4t

THE GREATEST EVER health officer for spending: money too A. D. Apdrews was a visitor to I to on\H-V E in aide McKlnnex'a of I South iift'Yt Ix.t Lake 10, Butrr Sec.- I Fordson Tractors are not only doing in the

liberally in consequence of which the Lake liutler during last week 80. T. B S.. R, 20 E,, ........d Unknown most economical and most efficient manner, all

,' The crime accounts with which the I I present administration was handicapl Mrs. J. I. Moody and'little son, Arthur Certificate of Northeant No. 102 Quarter embrace, Sre Northeast 25. T. Quarer II S.-, general field work for farmers the world over

readers! of daily papers are constantly I! >cd financially j spent Saturday visiting at Sapp! ;i I', R.Certificate 1H F': 40 .No...r... .,10......""embrace Unknown Northwest | ''I I but they are saving them time labor and

", regaled have hitherto been commonplace 1I I The former board of health and Mrs Ida Dekle of Lake Butler wasvisiting Quarter of Northwett Quarter Sea BO. T. 6 in of
state health relatives here S.. R. 19 E* 40 acres aaaeaicd unknownCertifaat. money taking care every power job.
'y and so easily solved till a new I officer spent money wise 1 I during last No. IIS emhraem frarl NorlhweatQuarur '

one could be started( every month on ly and well which is evidenced by the week. I! of b'k' 6. B. of R 1 F... 15.. Peg at It combines all of the qualities-.all of the advantages

the average. So far the crimes have many new and constructive programs |I I Mrs. Boyd King and little daughter 'la,r point of B elms S..... W 21 of ft run NE 8 Cor ll of ehna Saulh.aetQuarter W to --you have wished for in a tractor.It .

# taken place In the unromantic North which were inaugurated during their | Virginia of St. Augustine were I,1 I Southeast R R, thence Quarter N on R Shun R .line. E to to N bv line#. of Alto said B is light; it is powerful ; it is efficient; it is

and West, But now comes Florida term of office. Probably the greatest |, visiting here during last we.k., the A In the Rant Half of West Half of Northeaiit
Quarter of Southwest Quarter s..e. 21, T. 6. economical in both fuel consumption and up.
the land of and shows whatit piece of antimalarialwork in the guests of Miss Perla Whitten.
mystery S. K, 22 E.. 21 acre. aiuuiiaod Elmira K'nR.'
can do if it tries The Lena Clark South was undertaken at Perry1, Fla., I Mrs.. W. C. Whittt'n and children Certificate No. 138 emb..... S 1.2 cares '', keep ; it is durable; it is dependable; and it Is
com at NW Coy of Center St. and Btarke a'
{ tragedy: involving: murder and embezzlement which has changed that town from atypical and Mrs. W. T. Hitch were visitors to Lawtey puhllo road and run W along laid at not extravagant in cost.

malaria Manning during last week.J. 480 ft to land of N. D. Havaman. thence N
promises. to be as mysterious infected community I : along add land 260 ft. thence E 4.10 ft to Raid It's hard to tell you all the facts about the
/' as the Great Cypress, as terrible into an almost modern health center U. Rosierwas a business visitor road, thrnce B alone laid road to heir In Tern
,,I.'. 8 [) See 22. T. 6 8., R. 22 E., S .._. Fordson here. We prefer to talk to -
i here you personally
as the abyss from which Silver This, and numerous other innovations Saturday. ; accessed Jo* Mona

\ ' Spring emanates as crooked as the perfected by the former'board lead me Quite a crowd from here attendedthe Certificate No. 140 embraces B A In NE and to show you its many advantages.
Coy of Southwest Quarter of Southeant Quay ,
Ocklawaha and as startling. as a ruin to congratulate rather than criticise picture show at the state farm ter.bainglA N&Sby6AEa W. Sea We'll gladly bring all the facts to you if you
T. 6 8., R. 22 E., S auenaed UnTnleaa ''
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of frogs. The big and small dailies I them for the manner in which money Saturday night known. I will phone or drop us a card.

of the country may well rejoice over was spent in their administration.What I Miss Loca Canon, of Jacksonville ( : said eertincaUe, ahall be redeemed Mcordlnv -
to law. tax' dvad will (mme thereon on I
such a windfall. I particularly desired to con- spent last week-end with her parents the 2Mb day of August A. D. 7V21. .

I vey to the people of Florida through Mr and Mrs. D. C. Cason.J. Wltnena my official Ifrnatur. and teal this .
2Bth day of July A.. O. 1VZ1.O. i 1.- .
POOR ADVERTISING the press, was that due to the cut in | I. Moody of Sapp spent Sunday W, ALDERMAN. ,
Svalt Clerk I Circuit Court. o
l\ I If millage it would be impossible to con- with his family here. 7-alt-II..II-ta. Bradford County Fla. ,,

f Traveling through Bradford Union tinue the work of the state board of p .v Mrs, W. .Roberts and little son, r -.' '- ..
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L. A. Davia, Jr.. mayor of S" :' forIda t
sign boards nailed to trees and fencesalong | this can more readily be explained Jacksonville for the past week returned by virtue of the authority veated In ma
: business. by law, do hereby call an election. to be held I It
:," the roads advertising: | by the following statement: to their home here Sunday af- the Town Hall In the aforesaid town, by

houses in Starke. Many of these i "During the first five months of ternoon.Mr. the qualified. Totem therein on '
SEPTEMBER II. 1921 I
I signs may be considered as epitaphs, 1021, .the average monthly expenditures and Mrs. Jim Ritch and children for the TUESDAY.pu..,.... of electlnv th. following ofBeera .

: .:; .,as the-firns who put them up ceased of the state board of health by of Starke were visiting relatives -
On. Mayor. ;
to exist years ago. A few tell of men'' departments were as follows: here Sunday.W. One Clerk. Treasurer and Tax Collates { J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

still.doing business in Starke, but as Arimlnlatratlon ____.?__??___-_* J.001.SBEducational 11. Andrews and little>on. John One Marahal. ,
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10'1' .-........_..._.... 101.74KnalnMrlnir Two Aldormen.. I
signs as well as men, are judged: by Sanitary In.p..tloe.2,070.71. Arthur, were visitors to Heilbronn One aaieaaor.Inapeetora s".1 AUTHORIZED
of said election t F. P. I
those who du Hold Mrvkui" (dmtricl hMlth olnran) a37.lt
the company they keep habor.Wrkm ____ ... (..147ft Springs Sunday.afternoon. I T. N. Kendrick Julian L J'eek. ,
i not live In Slarke will\ believe that Wot 1'alm Bo..h laboratory,.?bid---, 4.647.T1Child Miss Inca Johnson,''who is teachingnear I In testimony.whereof. I hereunto aubecribe '
my name and cauae the Seal e>t the aald town Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE
every business thus advertised has Vital' atattatlM woirarvllniludln. _____orthopaMllo______.__) .820.81 2.25455 Lake Butler spent last weekend to Ix hereunto affixed thla 12th day of August. '

ceased to ex int. I Vanttval dl.ru* .....______-._. 1,565.56 here with her aunt MrL Dora Tieon. 1941.Srall.
U A. DAVIS JR.
rnnimuntoabU d....._ '....__ 11I0.84 ( FLORIDA
When the faker come along with :, Mulfirmph ___ . ..., __.._. IMI." 'I'> 6-14.61.0.6. Mayer of BUrke, Fla. ,
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Antitoxin _ __.______...___ _. .. ___ ______ ..__ _' -_- -
and 1.711.01 ---- -- u. .:::
his wagon full of shingles paint j u Mr. Maynard of Ocala was visiting ___. __ .. _____ ._m :

pats, and strikes you for the job of A total p.r month of':_ __...._.(21.45414 friends here Sunday

advertising: you on trees and fences.1 I Or deducting amount paid out on Dr. Whitten 'is visiting relatives

him to the next town. You constructing the building at West '
let RO ,rc t"'iJ vyck.J. .
have a much better advertising medium '' Palm Beach, a total monthly expendi : it"Xaurijht: left Monday for New\ Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

in the Telegraph and you will ture of 17BOa-.63. j I vCisey; where he will\ spend the re- 1t.

never be suspected of being a "dead We have -now on hand as of June :.uaif.d cf the summer.HAMPTON.
If local merchant doe not want come here. M.,, women in community shop
I I your carry your ) your
un" If your ad is seen in it. By ad- 1, 1921 an unexpended balance of ap- ? '
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hero. Our aim i I. to at all time render good service, maintain a high quality of food and cell at_smallest
verllsing! with us you patronize homes]j, proximately $64,000.00 available for i price poatibt. Our *tock.are equal in .b. of any .tor. In the .tat. with the exception of one city. "
l Industry, instead of some person who expenditures over a ,period of two "

I is here today and there tomorrow. I, :\years or 32000.00 per year. |j I 1 Hampton Aog. 19.-Miss Beatrice "l'f' .

-.. Assuming that we will receive, from Harvey has recently returned from .I". ''I I Ise

I NEW GUBERNATORIAL SCAN- taxation for the next twelve months, Palatka, where she has beeu the guest Qt ri II ___

DAL I 95000.00 and adding to this amount of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Jones. -fIi .

I I the 32000.00 available for this year Mrs Mary E. Hunter is visiting f s

It has nowome to the turn of the : we have $127,000.00 to be expended friends at Gainesville and St. Augustine GAINESVILLEFLORIDA

gloat state of Illinois to be humilittt-j j during the twelve month period. this week.B. .

,\.< ed on account of its governor./ Before ;I Assuming these figures to be approximately Y. Saxon Mrs. S. A. Saxon R. ..

; Len Small was elected to that olllce.\ ,,I correct will be readily N. fowling and family G. W. Saxon All Postage Charges Paid 'By Us On Mail Orders "

',j, he.was ,tho state treasurer and it has seen that we must reduce our expenses 'and family, J. E. Toney and family It ,

been :lately discovered that be r then.|1 1s from $17,!>tthis week for Pompa.no, where ;' \

s embezzled huge Bums of money,, and <1 j' $10,500.00 per month.In they.will spend the winter An i xchit.iv Mail Order Department in charge of 'an experienced hopper'-Let her

+ laid plans to steal much more. His j order uccouip1ifth :.this necessary Mrs. E. J. Dowling and children JoTtfq ., r ,. .. > (c ;O', i M > shop for you-Just write. '
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arrest had hung fire for a long time reduction we have been ,compelled 1. south Florida Tuesday, where ...rlJ : "" '" "

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE 'n'R af

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I Mrs. Leah Steven and little daughter DEATII OF LITTLE BOY 11

mother Mr Wm. '
Marjorie and i'
GENERAL
f I G. Green, have returned to their dome Mr. and Mrs Ury Reddish have the INSURANCE

Bits of Local v< I in Tampa, after an extended visit sympathy of all in the death of their HAROLD C. WALL ) '

1 with relatives here. little ton. Ray, which took place "on .

I Monday, August 15th. The little boy. :< '

\ II !Information Mrs. E. L. Bigg awl little eon, Leslie 2 years and four months old, had been STARKE, FLORIDA It

!! returned Wednesday :from a two ill for some time, and at last it was

I o.. ln.r.. a.h,.., weeks stay at Kingsley lake, with her decided to move him to Starke, where FiRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEWANJED
lop di.se w w c._... T_ attention could be
sister, Mrs. W, E. Torode, of Law- unceasing medical i

toy / had, and Mrs. Reddish and the little -- {

-- ..JI one took up their quarters at the
Malarial Fever. A. E. Wall, who has been confinedto Starke House. Everything possible
666 cures Lt. Kirk Lewis II -.
and
I Wall Sergt. H, C. his room for several days on ac- WM done to' save the child's life, but -

G; W. Carlyle aid family have.mov.. spend came the week-end from Camp in Johnston to coun tof injury to his knee cap, caused I in vain, and he is now with Him, who

ed to Sanderlon. Starke. by a fall, is now able to be around said, "Suffer little children to come

I Clifford Blitch has returned to his again. unto Me, for of such is the kingdomof I

R. S. Fernandez has gone North on, home in Raiford after Heaven." I
business trip.Rub.MyTiam. ( spending a Davis McDonald, of Jacksonville, The interment took place at Dyal
a I week with Thomas Limbaugh. spent a week at the Kingsley lake cemetery Tuesday and was in chargeof I Ten Carpenters and Two Finish Men

kills pain. cottage of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickli- Funeral Director D. C. Jones.
Now is a good time to cut the '
I In front of weeds ter, returning: home Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Reddish extend their I To Start Work Immediately I
your residence Don't
L. II. Hill, Lawtey real estate man,, wait for the noon.. sincere thanks to their many friends
town to do it. t
wag in Starke Tuesday. 'who assisted them in deed and sympathy I 1
'
Mrs. Annie' M. Richard and little before and after their bereave ,
R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, had business is Mrs.spending W. S. few Cranford, of Bartow, Mary Ella Edwards left Tuesday for ment. Consumers Lumber Co. I
a days with Mrs. J.
Starke Tuesday.
in
Jacksonville, after upending severaldays
F. Kickliter at Kingsley lake. IN HONOR OF MISS FORMAN
with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews

Rub-My-Tiam cure sores. at .Kingsley lake. -
,
Miss' Sophie Reinoehl, of Jacksonville In honor of Miss Mollie Furman,

spent the week here with Mrs.R. Ga. who has been the s .
Fred Lagergren left Wednesday for Prof. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and of Augusta, ,

Sanibel Island, Lee county. S. Fernandez and other friends.J. little daughter, of Tallahassee, spent. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickli- Il A

ter at their Ktngsley lake cottage! a
Wednesday here and left in the afteraoon
E. ,
Dr. O. L. Haynes made a business Maines, Jr., who in a studentof for Mulberry where Prof. chicken pilau supper was given Fri :

trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.' the University of Florida, is the Dowling will begin teaching the 6th day evening at the Klckliter landing.The Children are
guest of Hollis Knight this
week. ,
of September t moon shone brightly, a caressing I
666 cores Chill and Fever. breeze came across the water, 1
DeWitt C. Jones, S. L .Peek Geo. I
,
W. M. Bryan and wife left Sundayfor and the evening was perfect for an
J. H. Ritch and family spent Sun. C. White and C. A. Knight motoredto
a week's, trip through Suwanneeand out of door party. The supper spread m
day with relatives I in Raiford. Pablo and Camp Johnston Sunday. ''of
salads
Lafayette counties, stopping: with consisted chicken pilau, GoodSaYers fa'

friends and relatives at O'Brien, Live sandwiches, and iced tea. After supper ,
Mrs. W. L. Kickliter is spending a Little Miss Iris Brown has returned tysi"u
the party enjoyed an old fashioned
Oak, Branford and points in Lafayette
few days with Mrs. G. W. Thomas. home after a visit with her aunt Mrs "
"sing. vBesides .
oount .
Ida Rogers of ,
.
Worthington Springs.Mr. the honor guest Miss Fur-
666 Cure Dengue Ferer. 5-18-20t.
and Mrs. Robert Richard Mrs. R. S. Fernandez and daughter, man, those enjoying this happy evening Children, once they catch the spirit, are very zealous

Mrs. B. B. Smith, of Daytona, is I Jacksonville, were week-end guests o o f Isabel, went to Jacksonville Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klckli savers It ia a pleasure to watch the beaming smile t

visiting her niece, Mrs. J. E. Futch. relatives in Starke and at Kingsley morning!:. Mrs. Fernandez returned ter, James Wainwright and daughter, of enthusiasm that light up their countenance a* they
lake. home the same day but Miss Isabel Miss Clara, of Jacksonville, Mr. and

Mrs. E. L. Biggs went to Jacksonville I accompanied her aunt, Mrs. R. P. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh Tom Limbaugh, call at the bank to make deposit ,

this morning on a shopping tour. Mrs. D. E. Knight and sons, Hollis\ Daniel, to Friendship, Maine, where Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Lucille Our boy and girl (friend frequently tell us what they I*,
; they will stay until October. Mitchell, M.r and Mrs. F. A. Scott, W.;
and Paul Ernest, were visitors to are saving money for. Now and then even a little one
A. Scott Misses Doris Scott, Margaret -
kill. ,
Rub-MyTism infection. Worthington Springs the first of the will be found who has already started to save for col- '
Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Brownlee Clifford i
week. Wilmer llolzendorf Long, *
John Powell is spending the weekat j entertained a few friends with a Blitch, of Raiford, Edwin Blitch, lege. Of course, mother and father are helping, but i f

Kingsley lake with Thomas Lim- Mrs. Ralph B. Rhodes, of Tallahassee !. "splash party" at Hampton beach .on of Williston, Davis McDonald c* the point i* that the little one i i. learning the value of *.if

baugh. is in Starke this week visiting Wednesday in honor of their sister, Jacksonville, Mrs. George Thomas, money and of sensible economy. I l i--

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al MillS Hazel Jones', of Bartow. Miss Pauline Thomas and George Thomas,
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism. varez. I Jones has been the.honoree the several of Stuart, Melvin Wainwright, of Bring your children to us and let them open account

parties while in Starke. Jacksonville, Charles Lucian Kicklitcr
G. M. SiBtrunk is- busy repairinghis I Junior and Mrs. W. G.
Miss\ Mollie Furman, who has been McDonald, Mr.

residence.. ,'"recentiydamaged by visiting Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, I left Sun. R.' L, McDowell came down Thurs Stringfcllow, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. '

fire. day afternoon for her home in Augusta . day to accompany his wife and four M. D. Carter and Miss Louiebelle Car-

Ga. children back to their home in Jack- ter. '

666 Cure a Cold quickly. I sonville. Mrs. McDowell and children IN COMPLIMENT TO MISS ALDERMAN Bank of Starke

have spent the six weeks with
past
Mrs.
George Thomas
Mayor W, B. Alexander, of Hampton \ and children,
Pauline I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ug-
and George\ Jr., of Stuart,
was here Monday transacting "The Bank of Helpful Service"
'I'IbURiness. 'I are spending several weeks at Kinl"sI \ i low. Complimenting Miss Mary Inn Alderman '.

I I ley lake. I a charming bride-to-be whose Under State Supervision
b According: to, the state board of
-mr_. Hilioas Fever. to Mr. George C. White willIe
marriage
I Rev. M. L. Smith left Tuesday( for health, only one person in BradfordI an event curly in September, Mes- E.S. Matthew, Pres. G. C. White,CashierIfflCBtBUUBDtDQUiraaMiniaRDUUSQlOKBfflnDffiO J \

Edwin Blitch, of Williston, is visiting Indian Springs, Ga., where he wentto I county was troubled with hookworm dames George A. Anderson' and D. E. ut

at the home of his aunt, Mrs. H, I attend oijle annual camp meeting at during the past month. Either the Knight will entertain at a misccllnn- .
that board of health in ir\ error, or else
L. place.
Brownlee.66b
I* c'oun shower on the 24th inst., at tho!
the symptoms we see all around u<* I lJlDmmmmmr.JOIO ,
home of the former. The hostesses ,
cures Biliousness.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Drum Norman of ,, are misleading. :,
have that
requested original
an verse
Jacksonville, were week-end guests i I Ii e
I accompany each gift, and the verseswill I :
S. H. Blitch, of Blitchtown, i is I of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews at i Some one should start a bologna ;
be read at the appointed time.ANNOUNCEMENTS.
visiting Mrs. J, E. Futch and Mrs. T. '' Kingsley lake. flaUHalre factory in Starke and thus ; a llMICHELIN

N. Limbaugh. I I I develop one of our resources. The '

Get your Ballard & Ballard! self- '[ supply of scrub bulls is unlimited,

Fresh garden seeds at Bryan's. I rifling biscuit flour at Bryan's It la and as they seem to have no owners,

I the best in Starke. You will also! they can be had for the taking. Ourpolice has overcome -the commonest

Miss Ada Register, of Lake Butler, I find Bollard's Obelisk, plain flour, at are unable to get them out of For Clerk--Treasurer-- &Tax!: CVillrrtor e, causes of tire trouble ,

was here first of the week visjting; | Bryan's. No better flour made. {I town, and the only_ way to get rid of I I hereby announce myself a rand! J JIi
Miss Mona Alderman. I 812tf. ? ,
them la to eat them up. date for the office of Clerk, Treasurerand \ ,

I TaT Collector for the town of '
Eggs wanted at Bryan's, 35 cents a Col. D. E. Knight arrived home on I
L. A. Davis, Jr., has lately acquir-
Starke. Having served the town as FULLSIZEINNER P
dozen. :
Tuesday from Fayetteville, N. C., ;
ed the tract of fertile farm land adjoining clerk for several years, I' consider r
where he was called last week on professional ':'
his old the west formerly
place on to fill the office and
myself competent
Miss Pauline Boyd, of Hardeeville, business. i iI | !
I owned by the J. G. Alvarez es.I -
iI i shall, if elected, use best endeavors
S. my -
C., is visiting at the home of her |I' -
tate. Mr. Davis is it andI
Improving .
to discharge' the duties of the office
uncle I Horace Wilson has been appointed
L. C. Powell.If : I TUBES
a beginning has been made by settingout '
to the full satisfaction! of all.
I I
'I business manager for the Florida AlI ,
about five to strawberries.The .
acres I Your at the
you want the best flour in town I ligator, the students' paper of the' support ensuing ejection < t,
is the most and
planting even will be much .
Bryan has it. 8-12-tf : University of Florida. I appreciated.C. .'
vigorous' we have seen this lIea ()n.' A. FUTCH.

I i Many tube made smaller than the inside I ;.1
Dr. Jas. Chace was,in town Satur :' Oscar Alvarez spent Sunday last at are
I
day visiting at the home of his daughter I the home of J. W. Morgan. Mrs. Alvarez J. M. Smith, agent for the Buick of the eating and when in use are consequently ,J.

Mrs. Joe Hoover. and son, J. G., have been here cars in Bradford, Columbia arid Union rENTAWORnUCOLUMNU stretched thin by inflation. This necessarily '4 { :
counties, was here .Tuesday to look !
for The past two weeks. after the details. of establishing render them more liable to puncture, to tear .e ,
Good head rice at $4.25 sack at
per
Bryan's. 8-12-tf Considerable quantities of sweet agency in Starke. Until he has completed easily and to grow brittle or porous. ,j j

corn are still being shipped from here arrangements for a building

Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonvillewas daily by C. S. Durling, who also ships for" office' and Buick service garage, Michelin Tube, on the other hand, are made \\ It

a guest of her friends the Miss I large scale. Mr. Smith will be in Starke Tuesday I t "
sweet '
new potatoes on a C full size. Come es Baisden, last week. of each week and will have a demon- FOR SALE CHEAP-rOne heavy mule

I The statement that W. M. Wainwright stration' car on hand here at all times. Ernest' Gessner, S arke, 8-12-St elin ring-shaped Tube in comparison with other e'q" .. .
The a* to shape, width and quality, and notice ..
senior B. Y. P. U. had an enjoyable \ was with the Ford ,agency in
moonlight picnic Tuesday Tallahassee, appearing in our last Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick returned WANTED TO TllADE' Good Ford the superiority of Michelin.. .'

evening at Kingsley lake. week's issue, was erroneous! Mr. home last week after spending three worm truck for a pair of heavy turpentine "" ,

Wainwright holds an important position months with her daughters, Mrs. mules. A. D..AndrewR, Raj- .

Eggs wanted at Bryan's. He pays in the comptroller's office. Thomas Oliver, of Sylvania, Ga., and ford. 8-12-tf., ..,
-
85c dezen.W. Mrs. Ct of Savannah. Little Smith's ;
per W. Denny, FOR SALE lants Garage
-Strawberry't> ', Missionary ' i
Wm. G. Struth has entered the Seaboard Margaret Denny arrived several variety, 100,000 inspected t
W. Jones and Miss Hazel Jones, West Jacksonville weeks ago at the home of her parents
shops at tJ.
and ready for setting how. See L !
of Bartow, are visiting Mrs. Wilmer Mr. and Mrs. C..W. Mrs. i STARKE, FLORIDA
her four Denny.
where serve years as apprentice V. Moore & Son, Starke.'Fla. 7-29-31 f
Holzendorf- for the week. machinist. "Bill's" many Denny is remembered here as Miss CYmIDIDl.IIDIIKII1Iff.IImaJ.c
I II Margaret Hamrick. NEW CATALOGUE edition. m J 5
I friends wish him success. ] .
Rice, rice, rice, rice, rice, rice, rice Contains a fund of fine informationfor 1.
The Seaboard company are enclosIng no other service in town. Let's all
rice, rice,.cheap rice at Bryan's.H. I We learn from a Times-Union item The men folks of Starke are not the newcomer beginner and a material yard opposite the depot get together once in a while.

of Starke sociable, as a rule, after business of great value to those already familiar .
that Roy C. Hess, formerly and Itoadmaster Bryan in stockIng '
T. Hall, the well known seedri-'; with Florida truck Sunday school at 10 a. m.
I I has been appointed to the position of .hours. Each one is too much for him growing.If it with culvert pipe, frogs, splice
man of Lowell, has been in Starke ] not already receiving our Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject, "In
are !
I' jailor of the Duval county jail Jack. self.. It is this spirit probably, that you ban t etc. '
during the week on business. catalogue write today for Kil- What do you Glory?"
I'I Bonville, after having held the position has kept Starke back. We riebd' movements copy. . .
of sanitary inspector for that' for the coming together for gore Seed Co., Plant ,City, Fla. Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject, "Fam ,
( New garden seeds for fall planting became lout in the 't
A Starke man "
85.4t.WANTEDWe
Ivy Uplift. This
better
at city., The many friends here of Mr. I II acquaintance and exchange sermon was prepared ,
1 White'. 8.12.3t.Paul
; Hess will congratulate him. ideas. Mr. I. L. King, who has the Kingsley scrub the other day. But for our family reunion in Kentucky I
___ want lady
a or
l gentleman
1 welfare of Starke at heart, hall hit his philosophy helped him In his, or- I preached it first to an audience of ,
\ E. Canova and son, Paul, Jr., upon the "community sing" aa the agent to handle city tradein deal. At he*at down on a log tired, 1200) under the Chautauqua tent at
left Monday morning for an extended Starke and other vacant cities.
:
business Catarrh Can Be Cured first step for this purpose, and we parched l l with thirst, scratched by Flemingsburg, "old home town."

: trip through Georgia. I i Catarrh Is a loeaJ tl...ujie greatly influenced hope it will be well accepted "It will This I. a wonderful opportunity as J. thorns, stung by ants and may flies When preached at the.,reunion there
I conmitutUMiul condition 1therefore you will be retailing the genuine! and fire from the crawling of red-
by treat be inaugurated' Sunday at the patk.Far . on were many expressions of appreciation .
cenntUutlon.il ,
Mrs. J. C. Adkins and children, of require R. Watkins products, Including the .
:: bugs, he quietly remarked: "Well,
<1A1''IIH /
ment. HAMVH throw particulars see elsewhere In this and some klck I wltth t. preaehthis
Gainesville, are guest -at Mr. 'and to tclAin Internal./. amt Leta. ; .; Watkins cocoanut oil\ shampoo, there is no danger/\ from being run
Morons Surf"r f- issue. sermon often I and I
us as ,
the ,
the IMood on may
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley lake. the flvsirm. HAT.V8' CATARRH I'. Garda face powder, fruit drinks end over by automobiles here, anyway.. would like to haw man
foundation of W* every young
I foil ; th" over 137 other products. Writ
The Quinine/ 1;;M Does hat' Affect P-> Slats in. d eeeia-gWeethe nt ctranKth and' saelaG fcwI Colds Cam UrtB art Influenza for free!sample and particular.. '&, in :'town' to hear It. It'* ,liffer"nt.t' r
I the Knnrri.l iioatth day i
Imrrovlnic
Bfcimw of Its tome' and Im. !ve effect. I,.XAJIVf w..at. lAXATIYCBBOW OTCQ TiUfuo -. , .I'KKBUYTEKIAN; ,. Wewantu.
ht Io M rAP'" ; *,
nB Mem ,
nature Co. 07 phi
I The J, R. Watkins ,
, ;: UROMO . .
QUININE Or wmni' ) ', .
All DniKKlnl* "T".ra H '
.nyon-vtthout' ruuiilnd' .ou.nr.amrr.wnr( I .u.e. ( II'111II 4i4$ 8-5-31' 9 Services at the usual hours. !Mt-bby DAVID LANDKK. Minister. :
I ? r J. Cheney Co., Jfnlaan. Ohio. .._ Tenn. '!
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;) G PAGE !SIX' .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 19. 1J2L


>.o*-*" .-*=/ -/i=0. HOW TO CARE FOR CORN


I t fl I Bradford County FarmersIOE3O II clean A crib shucked that -will corn hold in 1/'r/ rte- ;


about 12x12x6
measure
aO .OQOC O -
--- .. t OQO
l4' --"
hundred and sixty feet of
AIMS OF THE STAKKB GROWERS canvas for a day or two. Treat line and cell It completely .

ASSOCIATION : Order of more of the seedbed than
can be fumigated in it

As I have had several inquiries a. i visibly affected area because the vs! .

to whether the "Thrift Buyers Association" is always some distance ahead The cost of fixing any
4 i is identified in with I sick plants and the purposed nary cribs this way will be k RecordsON
any way treatment Is to get rid of the In-
returned in one season in
The Starke Growers Association, I
e would like make statement to I by killing all of the fungi. corn saved from weevil,
to a 2.00 SALE TODAY-
: -
readers that will settle such I County Agent Wm.
your any 3:00
AGENTS' REPORTS
questions and at the same time explain Marion county.In : Records Is embodied a aniqtM Method of In-

briefly our general policy and harvesting the corn it ,marking tbe most notable advameeawjrt of yean
sightseeing Our look better ev '
I alms. crops shucked clean, so that Tone are clear, tree-toon b.aedklezaly
l'
8:00- day. We are receiving orders for nothing on the ears for I Masle to reflected In these "COJ'''. '

erate At present under any we do name not but Intend our to own op-, I 9:00 August delivery of peach, pecan vils to hide under. hi mni*._,,.. Jab Brm*u kIt Jt. .*..
I a. m. blueberry trees for planting.
{' "The Starke Growers Association," 8:00 p. are being made to set When the corn has W.11 PJlJ1 pltq. flier- fGV7OSCONCERT '..

and are not connected with the Thrift plishments i, trees next fall., This is a place saucers about or three pans of -
feet
Buyers' Association. It Is our policyIn mers Union" county at the top of the list. the sulphide surface of the corn. A .......( _.....,..... -)T.a.-a.e

buying to do so if at all possible August this will ... .....MioW-A.. .4. No. a (CAed"J ."
;- through the home dealers, whom we i 9:00 a. m. -I demonstrated seed disinfec liquid fumigate P..leru5.1. Gei.w.ky

find are ready to give us the benefit:. to .everal 'bf the truckers this 600 bushels of 'corn. Mao..1 Mr D.Seht-Fr" "_1".. MeiA. c..........It--."
(J.h... ) T_. .
""
the
of close prices on car lot orders. We Many have dslnfected! their liquid close tight all the { _M.Slti...c-.So1lboa Mo.. (S-DD-I. ..)
.
.It--
.
.
doors and ventilators. T._. *
believe not only in the Idea of cooperation seed before planting. Citrus *
SACRED
among ourselves but are readyto Is in good condition. stopped with sacking. CrfMrloa M...
.SliD Wlilt T1- CC.rri.AJ 9""I2
apply the same principles to our for 48 hours. In about two I -' iodCo<.F.r fc.oW r(Cvrbr) Cril nap fcUW

local merchants and expect our organization Sweet- harvesting I peat, so as to kill all INSTRUMENTAL
IT potato
.E G that may have hatched from s_.(14 tfwfl-)(S.',,',$.. .
to become of bringing WiS..ilnike
a means I begun and several cart of pota .,
; about a ,better understanding than One will] move from this county next before the first fumigation.In ....eie.Joe.lnGid.d&U.S.f..wnL.Wlll.kaF.atas.P.AI.

s now exists between town and country tered handling carbon 1 (Vi.arl NIWY....PDK- ....
folks. I should be taken to keep .rk. riiimli-Pi. 11Vkeee H.r1Wr;
it .
Ing
.Yak PoBe.B ed
Our organization is primarily a No feed II | -There la no, question but from it, for it is highly POPULAR N.

Belling agency, an outlet for all farm :(,I I nine years. ( this section is coming to the In vapor form ......(Me Ctr.r.Tto. of T*-) (5m lt*.2iJJ21:t.c at,

products. Naturally our aim to this male, in dairying. Last season peas MONEY { r7i.. "Crltlrlo*M -Q..rtrt
CAN BE
end is uniformity, of variety, time and Yen, that napier grass were both used as .La,.M.Dowa T.sr.Ml.II.M nd

methods of planting, and fertilization, I saw. The with good results. The farmers who would { }i..r..(Kt""" F.Wl..dru.r Juw56..J.hua.s Lracb.

etc. We hope by co-operation and by Callison MII1p.I FI.... .
an borrow from the 2.i ,,. SS&rS
S Hart
money B.rir.
i the application of common sense business 'And when -More applications for Bank the { T....... .......... (, '. '.M...V .,
through
meahods to put farming on a Callison fat barrow pig/ club have been I Lawtey ,H-d (fr.ta" ...,,--V...Aad.L.eS.saidM.1.Trie
Farm Loan Association
sound profitable basis.I than can be accepted. The re-I { .. SIMUI (War. -C.r i.;
Really, ) t.LS Alo With a
x commodated now, as the S..... .....Q,.-
We have completed the part of this undertaking Is to
necessary The day of
I )
funds available for Ooddp'.AnH..B..h
1 ,+r formalities and paid the expenses of I' pers have i the, required number and the T.lela_.Your..".. B.. .... Bal7Juau. st fl r.
,
Those who desire these { _.... ,....,
tncorporttlon and are preparing to at-I city of grade of pigs. I I please call on me at my "-"_...
filiate with the Florida Citrus to raise and home and make I FOR DANCING i#

change. We have the advantage of sult, these -Tuesday evening/ the Lf-F..Tr.r larrod.cM." UJ..,.. w_' ,... T .
just had 21 applications .. F.nta'.O.ob..tra
.
.
r fir being a strictly home corporation, interested I and fed ', service club met at Mt. rthe land bank appraiser, { day_Er-Ooo.S,... latnd.einic"F..nt'Och.ba,
in the development of Starke with the largest attendance
have had to
w him again about ..... .Mil'S..s....P. .
.sOrcckM.
.
history. Profit made sale .
wy! and Bradford county. We can sell practically from :
Would be glad to get as { B.d.Kraed:OK*=:
i candies turned IIJ.-F rrW
?f farm products as advantageously as ter were etc., was
j cations as possible, in TNt (WAit")
Lava-Fay
concern doing business in this natural to school Improvement Rud WI.d..ft'.C.Sfa..l.s.
any { may have them appraised { Kd/Wta3......'.
...w.cl.y-Fc. > TNt . C.yfaeiaa
state and buy the larger bulk I I
can
and in this
time. ... h.n'Nee.ttr Bud.
c. Bro
commodities as cheaply as any other ligible.As -Farmers are preparing the { YS-wa.-F-F.r Trot_ rr.r ,..,...,..,,/10. "$er Y....
beda and seedbeds of oth- C. R. c.-Brah.rr N.-ItIO'Bud r

::4b agency.We are enthusiastic for our town I shade the of : crops. Citrus growers are op- Sec.-Treas. Lawtey { ..Bu. (JVvnrro... TMootIIo&) F_Tre Me-fu(BU.o T.) Cad., ,Faba'.Ort3wtn..,.....cb,v A'

1 and our county and honestly believe pointed' out tic. ....,." .. _ CattF.o.rca.-
ZIFF
o' we can be of service to our membersand thus, "This I _.
community. We wish to invite I She "I -We are going right ahead 19L
cows. Ziff
every honest farmer to investigate i and we still I making preparations for having Prevatt, Aug.and children Mr. and left Lumber Co.
at both state and south Flor ;
our proposition, talk with our officers I ers, and | for Jacksonville, where
and members and get together with have sold fairs.
called to the bedside of Starke Florida
us for our mutual good. for hand I ,
I Beach-Growers Pasco Prevatt, who was
secretarytreasurer I : It has ;: seedbeds for their fall are and prepar win- +, wounded Tuesday night.

tie in i Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis
Some beds have been al
r. .; Starke, Fla., will bring a member of case does crops. PI
dren Malcolm and Gan
this organization In touch with I planted. rePh
you statement.
Brooker, spent Sunday Recarda
4y,1 at once, prepared to more fully explain I been said -
home
farmers build- of his sister, Mrs. J. eow'1'r
Let's !!-Many are
proposition.
our prepareto I instance
get somewhere. new cribs or repairing old ones as.
I cattle are Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
to their with
fumigate
K. D. BOWER.FARMERS' corn .
but
ing - -- -- - -- -
disulphide to lull the weevil. children spent Sunday with
ters us well Mrs. W. L. Thigpen. Iwzpxus "Jats;id"

UNION CONVENTION there will 1IfiI'V' Misses Atha and Opal COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
"It can't be -The farmers and growers of
with their
Sunday and weak
Full Line of
-- cot are organizing a co-operative a
"It can be and Alva Thomas. o: at sixty.
By virtue of authority vested In me .' All plans have been DJIUI'S I Undertaken' SuppliestLIDMOBILE
::1 Kidney
Ardell Drawdy, of Five
I hereby call the state convention of I to organize the bee-keepers. We Here'.
young.
the Florida Farmers Union to convenein I getting together, ed through our burg Sunday.Rev. ; ?t HEARSE

Ocala Fla., Aug. 24, 25, 26, 1921,, I I J.., H. Kelly filled : : \\3', t"..1'' :ft: Always on hand. She bent service

All members are urged to be present, I ;1 Rosa-This l is the second, appointment at Shady : : "I suffered at the lowest prices. Special -
day and Sunday. attention to telegraph or-
Those who have once been members,,,' A poor :, Dr. Houchin has been In this aching back
'I Messrs. Eugene Crosby I rm Registered Embalmrr.DeWTIT .
4 and those who are interested in the ish, if any testing cattle for tuberculosis. got aiouiid It
( Adkins of Brooker .. ...
.. agricultural development of Floridaare (in which we i people have become very inter- passed a.t .I. --
I ,
here Sunday morning lIlojdh"UIU, i C. JONES
cordially invited to be with us. den and in this work after realizing Its .
'' I Mountcocha. J I te.t .... ral.y
1 The problems that are to come before cases, more ity. STARK FLA..
tuklug Uoun'
Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
us at this meeting will require earnest them from ,
daughter Hazel j EJV uie splen
,
,> consideration.The ing diseases Both the and spent a .
county city last j 11 .rte: week
I I near Gainesville
program Is as follows: save nine. j I farms have fine crops of cane, of relatives. :: -II. (State:: No Worm in a Healthy Child

August 24th- A seedbed and sweet potatoes. These .
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier All children tnoblad with Warns have so uahwlthir -
9:30 a. m.-Meeting called to order I new ground, are valuable assets to the "; nO\'S; color.which lodloalM" poor blood.sad u s
children, Jennie Maude, , '-, Hemingway nil.. there U mora or lew .r m.b dliturbiaoa.
I
off.
damping
by president. as object lessons of what can Willie Mae, of Gainesville GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given fttlJolarl
: :i1 .all for
\ 9:45 -Address of welcome on behalf the fact with our soils when right IcJr two 01''three weeks will nricli tho bklod.
I urday at the home of Mr. t) j i a Kidney Improve tbediaestlco,and_..a feoersISmfVh.
:: of the city of Ocala-Col. R. E. Rogers. cause are practiced. Ihee
Bj Thomas.H. roij.u: of my eoin5IaICMill.. whole synem. N.tutewill
h the virgin (brow...,or dispel the wonn.and tbeChlld will'Mn
4s.1 10:00--Wl.lcome: address of Marlon to the fact [ FOR PECAN SCAB E. Thomas spent last l> ; I uo.ers.: Don perfeiebealtb. PI
County Farmers Union-II. L. Shear. are frt> Cooter Pond with his sister, l: <'', ,011I -get

d(' er, I bed with the scab may be prevalent during H. Shaw. ,i> "m'' that Dally Thought.A .

10:15: -Response to Welcome Address other ways, growing season but it is more Ethel Dyal spent the K trt-Mllburn single grateful thought tamed

-O. L. Mizell. prevalent j I to break out in August. In Graham the guest of her : i: : heavenward Is tbe most perfect prayer.GENUINE .

10:45: -Address, "The I'art the Farmers Specialists where It was found last year Ruby Dyal. -Lt'IIRln

Union has Played in National meat Station i almost sure to appear again this -Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis ----

Legislation from its Birth Until Now following .' I I son, John, Jr., spent "'

and its Aims for the Future"-C. S. eases in the I disease is caused by a fungus I I Starke the guests of I

Barrett. 1. ,Keep grows on the nuts, twigs and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pre ,
11:00-"1021 Problems of the Florida the plants as lmell on the leaves. It may be
daughter, Avy, attended I
Farmer"-W, E. Jenkins. their beet by the dark green moldy Graham Saturday nightMr Genuine

11:15: -"The Woman's Part in Farm seedbeds too according to specialists of

Organizations"-Miss Agnes I. Web them more Florida Experiment Station at and Mrs. R. P. Lewis 4

ster. 2. It is I dren, Beulah and Ovid, spent

11:35: -"The Part the Farmers Union on the with a 4-4-50 bordeaux here the guests of Mr. and

has Played in the Fight for Bet- inch layer of is recommended for scab con- Thomas. -

ter Farming In Florida"-C. K. Me- ing off fungi If the disease has not stopped

Quarrie. in upper / In three weeks, another Trac
12:00-"What the Farmers Union best when ; / may be given, although one itructlon When pneumatic of tbe organ power began In

r has Done in my Community and Howit with organic will keep It in check. Ara- the place of the hydraulic la

Did it" J. E. Turlington. pure sand solution of copper carbonate although the Invention of the ttBBfe M
12:15: -"The Price the Unorganized the fungi. be substituted for the bordeaux, mechanism dates from the - -

Farmer Pays for His Folly" J. II. better not to it does not stock as well as of the later Human emperors- i see the ,
-
Finch. organic ( more frequent applications Julian. But It was only In on tablets you ,

12:25: -"What the Farmers UnionHas bone, etc.) necessary Growers who have century, when Germany bad : ( '' Aaplria
fortwwrtrlooe
Been Worth to Gadsden Coun mineral troubled with the disease before of place organ of Constantinople building that as the mllMone. Take I DURHAM

ty"-W. II. Dean.12:35"Why 3. Stirring not wait until it appears, be- mechanists came Into general the Bayer ......
Holmes County Needs around the i It will then be harder to check. % e. J1i 50
: tobacco makes
1 the Farmers Union"-J. V. ROIIII.I checking cultivation will also help keep Xooltscke. LWa-
Oflolals Get tin boxes
< 12:45-"The Relation of Farm Organizations 4. In check. If the diseased "By Why the Bank way, Mrs. Small IOpIrI'" poet few 01 good cigarettes for

to Demonstration Work" amined each and leaves fall they should be roe deposited the other day > larger : !IDc

-J. J. Sechreet. damping off and burned. This will di- ,marked 'No funds" "Oh. I trade mast: eof

12:65-"Should the American Far. should be the severity of attack next wont deposit it this time. TU Ileaoaoetlaaoid- (j) :Y :

'4. mer Take an Interest in Legislation"H. good di A thorough spraying should be Instead."-Ufa. ;!"

II. Xewls. In the a
per sulphate spring before the leaves .. -

1. 1:20: -"Why all State Agricultural water; or a full size. Why Boys Leave the marriage.

Organizations Should Federate"C.i limate, 1 to The St. Ixrals writer In the WheN the feexee Differ.
H. Willoughby. malin, diluted One "D OMO QUININE" t whole lot la a few lines : Friend Wife When trouble comes hobbling alou

i 2:00 Executive session for appointment i case romalln tli. rrnula*.e.1l for lull more. LAXA. says) "Host reason we have and wonders i woman gives way to a flood of leers'
: .
+, leave the farm Is atnoeph -
r..oc.k.o..i..t..o. why boys the
of committees. should be \' Cum a Cold In OD"VDP, stops when she Ink -but a man proceeds to tint
: and twd.ch., sod WO'.- oB cold. .2V /uil's cult grows to be pa's ides! man. "re blue.


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FH11>AY. AUGUST 19. 1921. P
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA 1''

THE STATE FAIR tended _PAGE SEVEN:
services
at South Prong Saturday I. W. Pinholster. Sr., of Pine Hill,, Mrs. Frank Rivers and family this .........
and Sunday. here (: serious injuries l>r. J. E. Moines left .. I r,
week.
was Saturday afternoon. is otherwlaa the ,. ..
a., The Floiida State Fair & Expo i. Mrs. C. E. Vining is on the sick list W. the physician in charge. wilt he taken a* ",,,'_allocation.. f said bill ,
H. Warren and of The Woodmen
son, Cephus, Circle It
met
be held In Jacksonville Novem. this Thursday In further ordered that thl.. .
k. Mr. order .
to v.ei and Mr be rub. .
tion ; D. J. O. llahed
Bradford here afternoon Green and one. a werk fur
were Monday after- at the Masonic Hall. I four anneecuUea .
w "ka
the '
'is
19, common M. II. In the
her l2 to property Hurst and daughter children<< were week-end Bradford! County Telerraph.. i
Net, noon enroilte to Sampson lake. Osialia Dukes, of Worthington guests of | all the state and deserves the cooperation made a business was their daughter ... aounty and .tat.- 1
Mrs. nil .
cf trip to Lake Butler W. I Willie PurrUh. Au. II. 1HK1.
and moral Scott, of Sebring/:, spent first of a business visitor to Lake Butler onTue.day. I
of
support every Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Claude O. W. ALPERMAR
the week' here Renfnw I 1..11
.
Governor conducting a school of wereweekend Clerk Ctrrnlt Court
loyal Floridian. Cary A. Masonic instruction for the benefitof Elizabeth McGill of guest of her parents, Mr. By C. A. KNIGHT /
Jacksonville '
Hardi saj* in a proclamation just BROOK ER I.a is and Mr. R. E. Parrish. t. E, FtrrcH: qty. Clerk.
the members of Pine ,
Hill and guest of her :
near
grandparents, Mr. and
full
The text follows ,I Hollrltor
issued. : | John Mott forVmplalnen..
by lodges. Mrs. Arch and L. S. Dekle, of Lake Ul-lt-""
McGill. this
To the people of the State" of Florida Brooker, Aug. 19.-Rev. RiJenour week. Butler, Wf'reiaitol"ll here
M. P. Matheny and son, Othoe, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle and Tuesday.
of son,
: Gainesville, will fill his Arthur D k4e NOTICE; rOil
appointment was the guest of his rt'ULICATION 11
in
were Lake Julian
Butler Saturday after of Five Mile and
"The Florida State Fair & Exposition here next Sunday at the Mis noon. pie Lou Varnes Mrs. Nan- brother here Saturday II.V IU S.I.Notl. .Land Oltloe at Galneavlllo. Fla., A....
will shortly open its gates/: for sionary Baptist church. and children, Elina M. M. Italic and T, J, Waters ... la hereby .1..n that Jamea
Revival services will begin at the and Claude, spent. Sunday with Mrs. "'ert'ht're of HI..... Florida, ..ho. .Auatln.
of 1921 Mrs. on
Cone of November
XS.
season assembling the on business
the Midway, is here Friday. 117. made
on a Free Will Baptist church Friday August S. S. Proctor. entry. No. 015555. for
-
r.rel' -
best of the products of the entire visit with her daughter, Mrs. S. Mrs. J, W. Gainey was the HouthweM Quarter Rotitheaitt: Gunter aea "d
V. '
26th. invited Mrs. W. truest of thin 1, ... I
Andreu. Everybody to attend H. Willoure, of Worthing. Township a .uth. It.".. HI B, Tal-
and offering Floridians and others Mrs D. I. Blume] .
state
meridian' ha .
an opportunity of viewing Messrs. A. B. Shaw these services. ton. was a guest of Mrs.-, S-?., S.-. -Prnt'- -- y-----F. .Monday... . 1km In make Ihr.rlalm '..-- .._filed. .....mil....' .o.. of_..Intenlahaaaee ........ i hr
something and Holder < iiira iMume visited '
of tor and family Sunday. relatives here to the land above deearlhed;; / ; ,Mfom; the '
of the vast resources of the en- Gainesville, were attending to business LONG Sunday. clerk of the circuit' court, at S..."., Florida, ;
here I BRIDGE Dick Davis, of Five Mile, was attending on the t4th day of fceptamber. 1011.
tire tate. Monday afternoon. - Claimant ........ aa witneaaea I '
"This institution, among the R. A. Weeks and family to business in town Saturday. J. K. HtarU".. of La....... Florida.
youngest spent Sun- Long Bridge, Aug. 19.-Little Harry Mr*. Dock: Crews and son, Mile ORDER FOB PUBLICATION T A. Andrew*, of l.wtey, ,....rl4a.
of state fairs, yet ranking as one day with relatives at Starke. Sapp was ill last week. of New In Circuit Court But of Florid. Elchtli Kred. Baeaee. of Stark, lorlda. Ijy'11
River
Mr. were business visitorsto Judicial' Circuit. Bradford W. U. Blarr. of Starke.. FloridaKO1IT.
of the best in point of representationand and Mrs. I.. W. Sowell County In Chan-
spent Mr. and Mrs. O. 1.. Shaw and daughter Lake ButlerMonday.. car W. DAVIS '
;
is deserving' of the co-operation Monday in Alachua.Dr. t. P. Tomllnaon.Complainant.. -III-II-II-2I-I'd. Hsl.t.r.Life. .
Lorene, of LaCrosse, spent the A. E. Proctor attended a school of I.
and moral support of every loyal Mann, of Lake Butler made
a week-end m
with
the latter's instruction hold
parents at
.
Floridian. professional call here Worthington this John II...,, finer Jamaa II.
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rime. week for the good of the Masonic Culver. Roberta" Ifoltoa and h..r j
"Events of this character" are of Otis Barry, of Bradford, was In Mr. and or- husband Bam Ifolum,
Mrs
P. S. Crews
town were Defendant*. "Youn<< man, there I I. nvthtnf worse t
in the life Monday afternoon. der.Mrs. I
great importance of any business visitors to Brooklyn last Friday Aaron Bailey and son Alvin It ammrlnn b? affidavit appended to lha than high life on a low salary" sal.*
state or community. Expositions Ardell Crosby and Lottie hill filed In the abovt .ta.... aua. that Jamea
Gainey the
of Klsslmmee, were guest of Mrs. H. Culver the defendant therein. named la anonrealdent vise man who I la always gtvln. advice -
bring together the people of every are taking teachers examination in Among those who were at the state D. F. Floyd last Friday. of the' ota.. of Florida, and la "Oh I don't know" replied" the
walk of life and draw nil interests Gainesville this week. farm a lde.I of Al>bntll.. Alabama, and la over young man who knew a thing or lwhimself ., C
Saturday night were Mr. and Math Dukes, of Five Mile the see of twen<7-one Sean); It la therefore
closer' for the benefit of the whole Fred Hazen is on the sick list this Mrs Marlon was a ordered that said non-realdont defendant be "It's no worse than low life
week. Moody and family, Mr. business visitor to Lake Butler Mon- and la hereby required, to appear to the bill on a high salary."-Florida TIme.
commonwealth. This has been evidenced and Mrs. S. M. Johns, Mr and Mrs. day afternoon. of complaint filed in .aid ...... on or before Solon. J
In a definite way through records L. W. Sowell was in Hampton last Lacy Johns. Monday, the Itlth day' of September. A. D. 11 a, .

of the Florida State Fair and Friday. H. O. Rivrea was attending to business

other Institutions i l of this kind, and I H. P. Gainey was a visitor over to in Lake Butler Friday. FIVE MILE J. H. William. B. Z. Matthew J

the people of Florida have in this an- Gainesvlne-Sunday afternoon. Ben Renfrew and Miller Johns were -' .
nual assembly an opportunity to be- L. T. Osteen and wife who have ]
among those attending to business in Five Mile, Aug. 19Mr. and Mr. INTER-STATE
closer associated" and to been visiting relatives here, returnedto REALTY COMPANY ,
come exchange Lake Butler Saturday.Sam P. P Dekle had as guest last Tuesday .
ideas for the benefit of all. their home in Plant City Friday. Crews attended church at Lake Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and

"The Florida State Fair is state- N. G. Hayes, of Bradford, was in Butler Wednesday night. son, Resale, Mr and Mrs. Scott An If you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it -.

wide in its appeal and in its Import town Monday. Jim Adklns was a business visitor dreu and children, Troy, Randolphand : ;;
The geographical location Messrs. Eldon Baxter, L. A. Brown on vou. 'r ; .. ,
ance. is to Starke Saturday. Louise, Mr.' Clyde Colson and I.
secondary, for the institution is in itself B. T. Crosby and H. P. Gainey spent Amelia Harper of Lake Butler L f
daughter., Mildred.. Mr. and Mrs., :J., C.!, '
] of and for the whole state. It is Saturday in Starke. spent last week here with friends. Cone and two children, Clyde' -and- The Interstate Realty Company will get' out the second edition of it.
state-wide in influence, appeal and in Walter Baxter spent Sunday afternoon Mrs. Fronie Crews is spending a Johnnie, of Brooker and Mrs. William HOME-SEEKERS GUIDE'x
representation, and plays an import at Pine ([ill. week at LaCrosse
guest of her sister, Reddish, of Wateroak.At .
ant part in the agricultural, industrial Chester Andreu, of New River, was Mrs. D. L. Shaw six o'clock a delicious fish supper Aug. 1st, carrying advertisements of million. of dollar worth of property

and commercial future of the en- in town Saturday. Pierce Crews was a visitor to the wa served, after which tired but listed for pale or exchange throe,hou t the United State), Canada and M... t
tire state of Florida. Tom Markey' of Pine Hill, was a county seat this week.A Ico. If you have property for sale or exchange' list It with urn at once. Th. j,
visitor here Monday happy the picnickers departed for advertising' coat you nothing on com mlsalo Hating. It will be oar hard
"Thorough co-operation with the morning. I party was given at the home of their homes. luck If we fall to find you a < Florida State' Fair & Exposition is Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu and children Mr. and Mrs. C. M. McKinney Friday Miss Lucille Vnrnes, of Johnstown, i

urged' on every Floridian, and each is spent' Sunday afternoon with relatives night. arrived Friday evening for a visit Inter-State Realty Company Schell BuildingLAKE

invited to bear in mind the fact that at Midway.C. Charlie Powell, of Starke, spent the with her cousin, Miss Norma Dekle.

the state fair is the common propertyof W. Colson, of Pine Hill, was in week-end with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, ButLER, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA. t ,

all the people of the state, work- here Monday afternoon. Sapp.G. Julian, spent Sunday (in Lake Butler, ,
ing constantly in their interests thru Jas. Jones, of Lake Butler, was in W. Sapp is repairing the Long guest of A. E. Proctor. C 'I

development of every section. town on business last week, doing Bridge schoolhouse. J. M. Duke and sister, Miss Hat- Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake

"(Signed: ) Cary A.Ilardee"BRADFORD some brick work for M. P. Matheny. Era Crews was attending to busyness tie, Mrs. B.: L. Duke and daughter, lf you order your lertUi.z i
L. R. Gainey spent last week in in Starke Monday. Miss Mae, attended church servicesat r without getting our new price list. Just liisued. Plentyof
south Florida. Materials prompt shipment. Order Fertilizers IB-
Lake Butler church of Christ Sun now. ,
Mrs. Brown and daughter: Reba, of LAKE BUTLER day evening. sech" dee, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. t

Bradford, Aug. 19-Mrs. S. W. Baxter Pine Hill, were in town Monday. Russell Parrish had the misfortuneto E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

and chlllren, of Tampa, are visiting i Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Louise i be thrown from a mule Saturday JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
relatives here. was in town Saturday. Lake Butler] Aug./: 19.-Mrs. Doug. %
afternoon, receiving painful if not Get. Aug. 1 Trice Lists. Now feeds hang "Simon Pure" and "Gem
Malcolm Harrell and Ruby Edwards Leroy Johns, of Pine Hill, was in lass and grandson, James Knight, returned -

are spending' a few days in town Monday afternoon.Mr. I I last week from a visit to West ltrands"B

Gainesville. taking teachers examination. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu left Sunday I Florida, where they were the guests B
for Jacksonville, where. she was 'of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hodges.

J. V .Edwards was a visitor to Five called on account of the illness of her I i Mrs. Mary Robt'rtsol Guilford and

Mile Wednesday. father, Mr. Foxworth, who is very ill. Miss Mae McKinney spent the weekend "

W. H. Harrell and family spent A party of men from here spent'Monday j: at Lake. Butler, the guests/: of rel- l'r '
Sunday with relatives at LaCrosse.Mr. night: at Sampson lake fish ,, atives.

and Mrs. C. M. Andreu spent I ing. i Miss Wilma Lynn returned this
the week-end with relatives in Starke Several of the Shaw family are \ill week to her home In Georgia, after a r

Misses Georgia and Ruby Edwards at this writing with fever.' visit with Misses Frankie and Olga 1Something

attended the sing at Little. Springs: Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu, of Prlester. Here e
Saturday. Bradford were in town Sunday. I|i Tom Chastain motored to Doing

George and Remer Edwards, of Seeber Edwards, of Bradford, was ington Tuesday afternoon. worth-I
here Sunday afternoon. l'' Dr. Oswell']
Tampa, are visiting relatives here. Rolx-rts returned
Grandma Baxter is the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Roy IJubose, of from Columbia City, where he has

daughter: Mrs., C. M. Andreu. Worthington, were in town Monday been spending his vacation'

Mabry Harrell, of LaCrosse, was a afternoon. I Mrs. S. C. Dell and daughter, Miss
visitor here Sunday. Mrs. N. G. Hayes, of Bradford, was Thelma, of Alachua,, returned home I r ,

Miss Ollie Hague was shopping in in .town Monday. I i after a visit with' Mr. and Mrs.' 0 no II. 1..1 I. i e I
Gainesville Tuesday. Mrs. B. T. Crosby has been very \ill I j I Brown. 1

Seeber Edwards attended the sing: but is somewhat improved at this I Mrs. W. M. Johnston and daughter" ,

at Sardis Saturday. writing. I Willie Mae', spent this week at Pablo

Walter Baxter was a caller here The families of T. C. Hazen, L. R. I| Beach .
Saturday.O. I Gainey and E. T. Stewart spent Saturday I I Will Shaller, of Providence, motor. There isn't STORE: in this town that is built merely to CATCH .

W. Barry attended to business afternoon at Hampton beach. ed to Lake Butler Tuesday morning. ,

in Worthington Tuesday. Frank Andreu, of New River, was j I Mrs. Seth Roberts, of Guilford, motored !. TRADE!

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards spent in town Saturday. to Lake Butler Saturday.

Monday with the latter'" parents, Mr. J. E. demons, of Pine Hill, was in | The series of meetings which wereI Every store in OUR TOWN is built and conducted to DESERVE ;
and Mrs. T. H. Rimes. town Monday afternoon. I field by Rev. Clans closed Sunday .
Several of our young folks were Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan/: spent evening. Much good was accomplich- trade.

visitors to Worthington Sunday after- Saturday with relatives at Five Mile.:i I ed for the Master and many were 0s
noon. Several of the young folks spent united with the church.D. I
There isn't a BUSINESS man here who doesn't DEPEND
Sumner Andreu visitor to Sunday afternoon at Hampton beach. W. Borum and Jeff Harris visited upon
) was a
Miller Sunday.C. Blanche and Louise Crews, of Bradford in Lake City Monday evening. the people in this town and surrounding territory for all-or most of his +

M. :Andreu is doing some carpenter spent the week-end here with J. W. Townsend motored from Orange -'INCOME.And
work near Raiford this week. their aunt, Mrs. G. B. Colson. Springs and is home for a few :
James Crews and son, Rand, of days.
O. W. Barry a visitor to Brooker -
was
Monday. Bradford, were here Monday. |I The Woman's Club met Monday af- it is the AIM and STEADFAST PURPOSE of these men to

Cephas Harrell attended church at Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of ternoon at the club room, Mrs. A. C. alt lp
I
SERVE and strengthen the commercial and moral .
Brooker Sunday night.T. Pine Hill, were here Friday morning i, Strickland presiding. After a short you faithfully thereby

B. Edwards was in the Five Mile on business. business! session the club entered Intoa position of OUR TOWN., =< section Tuesday. Mrs. Lacy Dubosa and son, of round table discussion, music being ,

Worthington, are here on a visit with the subject. Several; remarks .
Louise of Starkeare were
visiting and their Wilson grandparents Hayes, Mr. relatives. '! given and a musical contest was read. This town of ours is a NATURAL shopping and business center for !

and Mrs. N. G. Hayes. Sumner Andreu, of Bradford, was : The program was interspersed: with all this prosperous region t }
afternoon. music. Delicious refreshments
in town Saturday were
Rand Crews was a visitor to La- : f
Mrs. Arie Dees. is very ill at this served by the hostess. .
CrooBe
G.Wednesday.N. Hayes was. in LaCrosse Sat I! writing. I I Mr, Willis of Crystal River, wan a The'selections possible in ill kinds of MERCHANDISE and all kinds r r""'

U. D. Johns, of New River, was in visitor here this week. Sunday afternoon ft.
urday. '
of TRADING SERVICE are as great here as any place in the land- ;
he and Mrs E. Warts
T. L.. Willis business visitorto town Monday. I Mary
was a t
Worthington Thursday. Group two carried out the B. Y. P. pnutored to Starke and, were united Ini and the prices more often are LOWER-because they have never been t

U. program Sunday night. i i i marriage. They left Tuesday for
DOBSON J. W. L. Pinholster, of Pine 11111, ]I Crystal River where they will make INFLATED. :: '

was here Monday. I j their future home. Mrs. Wert. is one

Dobson, Aug. 19.-M. H. Hurst wasa T. C. Hazen has his home completed I II of Lake Butler' most charming wornen This TOWN and its MERCHANTS wish to know all of you bet- t
business visitor to Olustee Saturday ,I now and it adds much to the looks j and her many friends wish her a
I of our town. happy wedded life. J ter You ought to know THEM better. fi

Judson Hurst 'made a business trip I Mrs. S. J. Kelly is much better at !! Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular

to Lake Butler Friday. I this writing. I! appointment Saturday and Sunday at This is possible when WE all do ALL of our trading at HOME.
Johnnie Hurst was the week-end I i Alva Thomas of Pine Hill, was i in. AntiOl'h.i i.1

guest of his ulster, Mrs. Oad Dobbs ', town Saturday. I Preston Williams, of New River, '
of Manning. Mrs. Tiercy Roberts spent Sundayat motored to Lake Butler Saturday. Then it is mutual SERVICE. i

Joe Andrews made a business trip Pine Hill. I II D. W. Borum spent' Sunday with his

to M. H. Hurst Monday. .I I I Miss Ollie Hague, of Bradford, was family.
Marshall Dobbs and brother, Clarence a visitor here Monday morning. | Mr. and Mrs. H. F'. Priester and f
were business visitors to Man- 1 Messrs. Herman and Percy Moody, children Misses Frankie and Olga and +

fling Saturday afternoon. of LaCrosse, were here Saturday af- Howard, left this week for a visit In

G. A. Johnson was among the visitors ', ternoon. North Carolina. '
to Lake Butler Wednesday. I. J. V. Edwards, of Bradford, attended i Wiley Rivers and daughters, of Ft.
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I. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921.focc .
8TARKE. FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY'-TELEGRAPH.

rAGE EIGIIT .. .- I smond t "Tl'fcn Cherry!" Peter ul'lallDe4.
; and
"Cherry he'.asked.Ldetalnlug; r; <.. sf loose spray, wllli" dtfciiixie uiif). Incredulity In bit
letters, the mordu 'Y1fudge. !r' The ,. DOW-J. biting her thumb. "
limited o\er thin Boiiwnne apl bar tor a moment, "She-you don'tthink by the tone,
I ylurf that perhaps Peter admires Her attention<< WIIII.Ulllrll'led, } '!\1I11 oii't think wq?" the doctor
II rtclulltl l ', but there was more than clumsily ,om- ,
> ) who tunic te'lsifu
I berT"' setter puppy 10"1111" H< lilm ly. linked eag.rely. .
laushltr 4'heiry'a' heart "Hello, old Bumpydoodles -
toward tier
holing r rr'
.
"Peter!I" Anne echoed amazedly,
From that moment the world, waacbanged. rich affec-1
stood she, said! with "Why. t't"rtallll notF1 Peter laid
SisferiLJ Her futhcr her sinter her and thinking. the dog's silky bead and
tlon. klxRlng
his face very reiUs"She's much
than thirty
'(:0\1.111.0\ hud '....(..nd place<< now. Cherry P.ter.waa, more year both hand In his feathered "
old. thin scholarly, something of a burying younger thun Aime and Allx: -
had pat out her innocent Uttle hand collar. "Hello, old Buck I" o'b '
d.siso'l| that tb.
solitary.the tweet, dreamy, afTectlonate "II always )
,,
bad
and had opened' the gate and* "Alexandra for heaven's sake stop
.
BftgUbog who had shared the girls'livesgMre doctor nuttifeNted."Nil.
passed through It Ujto the world That For some handling that hrutel" said PeleoJ'30)'ce I klluIt doWnX" Peter an-
ten
; past year
hour was the lAfclupjIog, and. H bad led ", dIsgusedly. coming up the path.
i : his nuuoyed
would not, de- werud lu quick fashion
tyld not. or
tea
.*,. Ntoadjly. to the Other hour breakfast
her surely, fine kid the Idea of Cherry "I dare say you've ntt bad your "I should lie sorry,!* Cherry'a father
'tmight bad }peen kissed hands!
I wlieti'isli: either. vOo wash jour
l R t tattni In lore. admitted. -.
KATHLEEN aod ,bad kieced.iqreturo. cud doesn't think of Pe'ter "Morning, Doctor "Sorry I" Peter echoed Impatiently.
V "S4 file
8 "So-we walk. home with youngmenf smile
es'amtffing. anyon.she saidslnwjytgl Father and daughter turned to "But It's quite oat of the question of,

mused the<< doctor,,, smiling trying to thethought upon him, a'tal(. ..lean wan, with a course I It's quite out of the'-qnea-

JlltRIS'i I Ir "Lookhere, girls.'ihla little Miss Muf- v grasp ;young face sAd a finely groomed head, tlon. She-she wouldn't consider. him

? fet wUI be rutting.you.both. out with \ tOlll'b... of premature silverat '
11l "PI'ftJ'dear; fellow..", the doctor and ,with. for an Instant be suddenly dectdeIn

that" young wan. .pou're, not.. ('...- "mu wly merry-why, she's barely his temples. great ,...tl ta..tlon.roo" mUlta"tor&t't

r ald fulrAllx OdOll't be De was a bachelor lust entering that she baa something to de
.1.btHDJ' suppose
s i .I Sad' deep"fn her story, dli not hear } critical..exacting
really "fr-ter' 'lIned! ber-'" The old was his thirties, a fastidious, with It! Very fastldloua. Cherry.
Ceyyneav/g him but Aon.e"m\ld'\ faintly, and hesitated began gains "Just, fancy" \ man by reputation but showing" She'a not ,tike other girls!I"

f TftIttN IIII.ltlf faintly frowned!, ,'aa abe 'shook ber he assured, her. "Jast ao old father bis beat aide to the Strickland They "Tlmts. trae-tbat'a truer Doctor
bead. Bhey Considered Cherry sufflclently Ides that he was rich, according -
fear that she Is growing -up too fast t" bad a vague Strickland agreed J.In great relict

{ F You knew where I way didn't your- ,precocious1: without Uncle Lee''aIllconsidered "Because we all and yW especially, to their modest standard but They turned back toward the garden

P'1 CHAPTER I, Dadr' she murmured. tolerance.He 'spoil-bet"Anne reminded him 'smil bef apparently bad no extravaganttastes In time to meet Ails and several dog:*
would!:Lave. had them always moreQUI..II
or
lived quietly
sir added thoughtfully, and an streaming across the clearing. Over
about :, Peter<< she
"Mrs. North telephoned ing.
Strickland In the door children this tender, simple Innocent He liked 'olltudi -
Cherry came ), than they did. shoulder was coiled th.great .
there but she didn'tay "ha kissed us all, now. aDd then I" the girl's
aDd said were ,
and shut Itbehind yon Dr. Strlrlilaod, lie was 10 many his Ore-
haunt and
r of the Strickland >, hooka, music dogs abe leaped various log
said dutiful goodBightkiss rope ;
that Mr. Lloyd was" Anne She stooped for a
and stood with her child himself lie bad' never social enjoyment
her so way a side. The old doctor's one and small bushes a* she came and
blot of discontent In bar and was gone.
P hands behind tier on the knob, and seers with a faint made money In hi* profession ; he and Downstairs the doctor sat 00, think was In visiting Peter and the dogs barked madly and leaped

slender, body leaning: forward, and her tone. bright mlschlevona. III.'.wife and the two tiny glrla had ing and his face was grave. Be was the younger man went to no other ) wltb her. Breathless, she stumbled
Allx fired her
'i bosom rising; and falling on deep, the ; and suspended her had a hard enough' struggle sometimes thinking of little 'Cherry' good-night 'place so steadily ai he came'to the and fell Into ber father'a arms, and

ecstatic breath. It was May In Call- eyes upon two. Anne and her own father had Joinedthe rested old house under the redwoods. both men had the same thoughts, nt
She had
moment Allx'a attitude kiss half an hour ago.( .
'+ forma, sine wa. Just eighteen, and tort..ntone toward reading the foi. a opposite sex waa one of family eight ;yelU'lI''ago, In the against his arm and he had held her' 'Morning. Peter!I' said Doctor that made them smile upon her torn-

inlnutei alia had been engaged same year that the Strickland patent Strickland now' amlllng at him "If this II
she had been the thoughts boyishness Indulgently
calm contempt, outwardly. But doctor there, but what "
be married. fire extinguisher, ever which the "!lave had ?
to yours
you la three
-eighteen long
of Martin behind the blue so near his own twenty-one
bad made rather en exception eye
/ why 'after that had been puttering for yeara, had said Mr. Joyce fastidiously -
She hardly koew of fear "My house, and lens responsible
recently had a He realized with a great rush yean younger
41 last farewell to Martin, she had run Lloyd, and had been told. It did not 'sell, as his "Is a well-managed place. Say,"
him the subject that some man had kissed Cherry tonight
and why the conversation with on neighbors believed, for a million dol. he bla lips to whistle .
ao swiftly up the path, tobaocosoented added pursing Continued Next Week)
betwwMTnien her (
bad held against a
friendships :
sensible Platonic ,
had flushed Into the house, and closed of lara but for perhaps one-tenth of that as be looked at the rose tree, "didTuesday's
add *...OJUeD. ..t Itbe met). coat and that the girl was a "
the door with such noiseless haste. sum It was enough, and more than wind do that?
Dlli : remembering ,and an awakened woman at W. O. W. ANTICIPATION
There wa. nothing to run fort But It j tlutti*; >r bis 'beo-lDIIked up enough, whatever It was AtlerAnDe' woman, "Tuexduy'a wind and Dad," Ails
this talk with a little that. JrCh..rr1--klll.ed a man I Her, fa -
was ai If she feared that the Joy with- father died It meant that the ; thethnlt.ht. answered. "Will It go back Peter \

In'' her might escape. Into the moonlightnight llirlll.: doctor could live on In the brown there: heart winced away from "I-I don't know I" be mused The local camp W O.; W. will In.

that was to perfumed with His name had thrilled Anne, too although house under the redwoods with his walking slowly about the wreck "If dulfte in another fish fry at the Hsyei

lilacs and the nceiit of wet wood.. She! she betrayed. no sign of It as 'girls, reading fussing with a new Invention Young Lloyd and Peter had walked I we bad a lever down here and some landing on Sampson lake on the nightof
matching silks. In home with her' But If Anne was right
was afraid that !It w.. all too she sat quietly walking, consulting with fellow on the roof with a rope may Thursday Aug. 25th. Sovereign,
all three of the girls were quite In her maidenly suspicions of Lloyd'sintention. I
fact !
,
and spoiling "
i abe at Allx
laughing be.
derful to be true, that Anne families and
won-1 Lloyd ., then It roust have been Peter come out. Bring your
to fall In lov. with young ,
ready Alls
!I"
In the morning to find It hla youngestborn.It "Mr, Lloyd I. coming over
awaken If two of them had DOt'actQu.lI, done *who surprised little Cherry with asaden friends, also some yaller yams and
old .
that she would somehow waa' a' perfect life for the announced. Peter nodded absently, ;
a diytm, I We'll have feast
embrace. chicken a
abort of Martln'a Ideal_omehow fall i iMm ao. man ;r It 'was only lately that be begun but ,the mention of Martin Lloyd re yearling
-aomebow turn all this magic of I I Cherry had not been at bomewhen'Hartln uneasily to suspect that they would ADd as he came to his conclusionsa minded him that they bad all dined as is. All neighboring' camps wel!

moonshine and llanos Into ailiea aod first appeared In Mill Valley' some day want something more, that pertain relief crept, into' the* old at big house ou the very evening: when come. J. W. MORGAN,

heartbreak. |I and the older !glrla bad written her they would some day tire of-'empty man's heart. Peter was '' an odd fellow the mysterious gale had commenced. Clerk.F .

'visiting friends In Napa, that abe moat mountain ridge' ; 1ie was ten years too old tor'the Interest he asked :
j ,She\ was a miner. with her treanure, forest and blowing and with
, come and meet the new man. from the shadow of Mt. child. But Peter 'wns a lover of books catch cold coming -home
trendy ;' she wanted to fly with It, and Iro'away :"Cherry: H Long and family are spending
fglp 4 , engineer he and woods and raon'Cj' aft-.
Martin was a mining world.> and gardens ,"
Into the
It. and Tuesday night
hide It and lo ten TamalpKlfe,
and to away while at the Peek cottage Kingsley
a
t'oter'4lfather: old
alone. She had bad been employed In a Nevada mine Amin 'now--sou i aha beginning to .I'r..all. and this "Norah; squeezed in between Dad
Iu secret _
't reality running In from the wonderMtnd but was visiting hla cousin In the valley fancy this young Lloyd t>r. BUick tiiau musing by.the lire lVtt come
t by the gate Just for tile, just now" before going to a new position land wag surprised ,,with, thavfqrvor and "Paul" ,to e'ach other .since boy Alls. Answered casually. "1J w'd you

rd 1 down to herself that It would not In June, In It. Informal fashion Mill with which he repudiated the thought. hood. I'eler'mlbt'Iflve Cherry' a kiss like Mr. Lloyd I" abe added. Miss Margaret Long had as a guest
to '
r prove Valley had entertained him ; be had ,a. Innocently a brother; III' 'any answered. the week Miss Margaret Godwin
vanish In the conimonplaceneiit. of the This ;young engineer, who. had drafted "Ncefellow/! Peter during

I habby hall, would not disappear before tramped to the big forest five mile already Into a doted different and distant case, Peter would wait for her 'would "lie's awfully nice," Ails agreed.Vtia of Lawtey.Announcement.

the everyday contact of everyday; away with the Strlcklnods, and there places was not the man for staid be all consideration! and 'tenderness **\ In be?" Peter asked curiously

thing. ; had' been a picnic to the 'mountain-top, Anne. when be 4'd' win her. "Where" are his people and all that?"' hill; be 'made in a

with everybody making the hard climb ex little' did you want to see Mr. Cherry, lie reflected fearfully, was "Ula people live ID Portland." the
In the sitting room, 1 the
Dad was of the date for opening
The bouse was full : cept l'tcr| Joyce who WHS a trifle I Lloyd; about tomorrow DadT""Cherry ... pretty as her mother had 'been at girl answered. "He's a raining engineer few days
doctor1
the girl. twenty. I lame and perhaps a little lazy as well Interrupted hits thoughts to asku eighteen with the same rounded chin and he's waiting now to be fall term of school\ It is quite certain

of girl! Anne hi* niece sister,Will three year.f and who usually rode an old borne 'The rose vine. What dldl.; .lie say. and apricot ,(cheeks and the same called to El Nldo ; lie's to be at a mine that; it will not be opened before September .

four| Allx:, Cherry'a staid and nnmnrrled with the lunch In saddle-bags at each about coming over Cherry shadowed! Innocent blue eye with a there. He's lots of fun-when ;you 12th, but the date ha not yet

f .9 and JD\:41aer-ho': undesired" they seemed tonight to I aide. Ails formulated her theories of Cherry remarked, between tw$ rending film of corn-colored hair blown across know him, really !" been definitely decided upon. It now

$ and glowing and glorified Platonic friendships on these walk.; yawns, that )fl'. Lloyd 'wae coming thpm.-. flbe had the strange, the Indefinable "Talking of Jha\cew Prince Charm- seems sure that there wills be a full
panting I Anne dreamed a foolish, happy dream. o'clock and quality that without word., almost of Anne sold. Joining
eighteen! Anne, with Allx's erratic I over tomorrow at ten Ing, course eight months' term. The ways and
house for her uncle, and I Girls did marry. men did take wives Peter too- .Cp;j without glunces draws" youth them. and linking an arm In her uncl has pledges for
kept committee
help sharp on | to themselves, dreamed Anne; itwould "Peter won't be much, good I" Ails toward youth, draws ,admiration aDdl'a".I ;> and In Allx's arm. "Don't bring means

QI 1 waa supposed to Hut keep she a hadn't eye boon : be unspeakably sweet but It commented. Cherry looked at her re <>o. draws life, and all Its'' pain. that puppy in. Ails:, please I Breakfast about 75 per cent of the money necessary

Cherry, too. Martin Lloyd would be no miracle 1 proachfully. .y Her father for the- first tine tonight Uncle Lee. Come and have another to continue the term for eight
keep
y harp from aaklng enough her to to marry; htm, exulted It11.. JII"t'IIttpr' that mountain picnic "You're awfully mean to Peter lately formulated !In his heart the thought cup of coffee, Peter !I" months. There are yet to be heard

5' Cherry >'II' ahe atood breathleaa and Unit Cherry; hnd come home ; en'sSunday I" .she protested Her father gave that she might he happily married "Prince Charming:, eh Peter from a large number of interested

laughing In the dark hallway. us It (chnnred that was her her a shrewd l<,ik, with his good,night Married-nonsense Why, what did echoed thoughtfully: as they all persons who are amply able to contribute

?: older woman might have gone eighteenth! birthday and on which kiss, and Immediately afterward both she know of life, of submission and fumed toward a delicious! drift of the to the fund and who will do so
,.An Martin mid his aunt were coining to glrla dragged: their way courage, and sacrifice It would be odor of bacon and coffee, and crossed
of her new the younger shor
upstairs, to dream alone ; rather than see the school term
dinner Allx had marked the occasion years, many years before the snowy the porch to the dining room. "I was

joy but Cherry thought that It would by wearing a loose, velvet gown In up to bed. stared 'a bar, frills, and the pale !gold head and the going down for the mall but now' I'll tened. When these have done their
and Cherry
be "'tun?!! to Join the family, and "act herself Anne had Atlx would be ready the fund will be large enough to
Sb.was i which she fancied ; room tucked away under firm brown little hand have to stay and see this rose matter part
!I" woody-smelling
taa;i.lt ,Iothln<< had happened conscientiously. decorated the table The walls were or for that I through: Thanks Anne, but I'll assure the term of eight months
child. after all. .. ,.._ brown eaves.
only; a had seen to tt mat there wits 1CI't'RIU \-" the latticed windows. In Not/ many hours after be went "lowly watch you. Where's Cherry?" he

I_ .Consciously; or unconsciously, they. and chicken and all the areeeaorle -' raw pine fashion opened Into thefragrant I up'to bed morning: began to creep added glancing; about. NAMES STRICKEN FROM REGISTRATION

1 had,ell tried to keep her a child, thesethree that make A Sunday dinner In bungalow darkness of the night The Into the, little valley. AIls: at her Cherry answered the question herself LIST
looked to amlle at heru At merlin. held August 1C mil for tin
who up I the country a national Institution. beds were really bunks and above ber early bath, hoard quail calling:, and by trailing In In a Japanese wrapper purpoM a of Mvtainsth. stl.tretion. flit for

alit came In. One of them rqsy Cherry; had done nothing helpful.' each girl bad an extra berth for looked out to see the lost of the fOI and beginning to drink her coffee the town of Stark. Kl... the board of aloVrmm -
magnificent at alxty, washer bunk had the following. name
gray-headed: favorite she knew On the contrary, she hud disgraced occasional guests. There was canpttln"B. vanishing at eight o'clock, and to get with bare, slender arms resting on the triekn of out.said There utown will b* held a meeting

.. father, whose her I herself and Infuriated Hong (by deciding In the room and yet It'waa a wet'rush V>f fragrance from the Persian table. Nobody protested, the adoredyoungl'8t on th. night of August. re. 1921 when com.

abe without w...cloning lie held the out book his that hand wee to In to make fudge: the la"t minute' full of purity and charm. The girls, lilac blooming thla year for the ; wns usually given her way"I rUlntu wrongly. will stricken be out heard will. If be any.ratorwL and Dime

and drew her to the Hong had finally relegated her to the like all their neighbors': were hardy, first time. At half-past eight she came heard you all laughing under Ah......, C. B.. removed -

wide the ether of hand hit, chair. where she set 'laundry, and It was from thla limbo bred to cold baths, long walks, simple out Into the garden, to find her father, the window and !It-woke-me-up !I" Cilawar Chandler, John Mark dead.CroRby removed...

arm with her soft young body that Martin, laughing\ Joyously extricated hours. and simple food. In the softwestern somewhat ruefully studying the turn Cherry said dreamily W. A., removed.

' tIed herself ntikJeacrossed I her, when, sticky\ and repentant climate they left their ttcd- bled ruins of the yellow banksla rose "It seems to me," Anne, who had Doha*, J. M., removed.Dliiin .
: / r.cting'agalnet' : him, her slim It Martin still wet but warming been her uneasily, said lightly,, J. C.. removed.
and her cheek dropped she.hnd called for help. was room windows open'the 'year roundithey ) The <<"rden was eyeing Purling. C. 8.. d.md.Dowllna .
'who untied the checked brown liked to wake to winter 'chap) fast ; she picked a plume of dark '"that aome one I know Is getting pretty 8. 8.. removed.Edwardn. .

against. hi. thick silver hair. apron disentangling: from the strings and tog and go downstairs with blue and perfumed belintrope'end began to I old to come downstairs in that rig W. M., removed.Gmhem. deed. .
and dreamily Freeman, A. H.,
Allr was reading abe the silky gold tendrils that were blowIng finger-tips and chattering teeth, to fasten It In his coat lapel while she ,when strangers are here I" W. H.. removed.Grlffl f

scratching her ankle a. ahe rend; over Cherry'a white neck, 'and themselves with breakfast and kissed! him."We'll "It seems to me this Is Just as docent *, Berry, removed.Harvard. ..

waa a tall, awkward girl), ;younger fart at Martin who o|>ened the door for her the warm fire. never get that .back'on the as lots of things-bathing. suits,, W.. W.M..B.removed.. removed.Howe. ..

twenty-one than Cherry waa sugary Oncers, and Martin who rolled herself In a gray army roof iny' dear box ,alms said mater for instance!I" Cherry returned Instantly Harris t K H. removed*
eighteen, pretty In a glpaylah way, untidy AIlK gathering the robe about her, Harriot. A ,1., removed.,
hair' with round black eyes, blanket and was asleep In some Bitty nan). Hod***, nmovMl.Johovon .
o BB to marked withII Hut Cherry felt that she was Her father pursed his lips shook and giving Anne a resentful glance ,Vii.[{! dMtd.
ecqndH.
high, thin cbeek-bonea! seas of new joy and utter his head doubtfully The rose, a abort over her blue cup. John, lien, removed 1
mouth Boating ID
and wide, humorous JnhnH. C. C.. removwtlLivlniniton
a
II! scarlet, would ba week had been spreading fanlike have a rope aomewherethe rnmovd
II Its delight, and that ahe never B.Ot O. C.
droll In -
that 'was aomehow expreaIoneven ilItI't -
I doctor ruminated. "Where did I put Long, A. V,, removed.
when abe was angry or sertCUB. sleepy agnln. that long ropewhat did I have It I..w. B. D.. rvmoTcd.Mlxon. .
:
Downstairs Anne and the doctor sat rue C. A., dMd.Mnrrhce .
R"i I i with a fan In the first place.-" C. E., rmord.MtlU. .
ai Anne, ..,.roiling demurely over her staidly on. the man dreaming "You had It to guy the apple tree" J, &.. remo......
I I II forehead tha girl sewing J. 8., .4.MuMjey .
was" a man, prettily knotted Mirror r0mov
white sewing, t Allx rNvlndod him. "The tree that
1. \ | R. W., removed
through
hairtrimly Presently' ..he ran' a needle *
with silky "
little woman
e made died after all- Poppell E. R.# rvmovMLPrl
'
I braided and a rather pale, her fine 'hlt& work with sevei. tiny "Ah. year said ber father his attentive 0t. C. H., rcmov.d.Richard. .
I ytches.'folded It' and put her thimble H. C., r.niov.d.tlhoilun. .
f mall face with charming and regular face "Ah ) .
brightening.: yesl T. F.. removed
I featurea.. Anne had "admirers," too,, tn.to a cane that hun, from her orderiy Now where l. that rope?" But even i Scott. A. L., dead.
f with a long ribbon \ i 8flcox. P. I... removed.Tatum. .
reflected looking at her tonight icwg'z workbug
Cherry aa Al,x observed that the had seen It J. M.. dead.
but neither abe nor Ails: bad "Walt a minute,; Anne, said the doctor somewhere, and advanced a tentative Tracy, R. M., remomd.W.lnwrlffht .

been eiigagad-engngnd-engaged aa she Straightened herself to rise. C. I*, rnuovttl.XV.inwrf.rrrt. .
ever guess as to the cellar his eyes fell .
A. A., removed
do
Lloyd now-what: 1
r t 4 it. "Thla :young upon Cherry, and went from Cherry's" Wnn. 1. Je removed.C.

"Aren't you' home eartyt" laid Dr. you think of hImrShe absorbed t.ce-for she was dreaming A. 1RffCR.Stark. ?..
Clerk Town ef
t.. i Strickland, rubbing his cheek against widened demure blue eyes. over her breakfast-to Peter and he

his youngest daughters cheek In "Should you be eol'l'f.If I-liked wondered If Peter had kissed her RAIFORD

1 leepy content. He waa never quite him Uncle! "_.*Li. amjlexl. "Come on, let's get at It!I" Aux exclaimed

happy unless all three glrla were In I Tile old man rumpled hla silver. aatr with relish. "Come on, Joe Wainwright, of Starke was a

his light but for this girl lie had always restlessly e. Sweetums," she added to the dog. week.
visitor here the
felt an especial protecting fondoeaa. .That's the ,.way toe wind.. blows, She caught Ms forepaws and be during John

He had followed her exquisite eb.," he asked kindly, whipped hU beautiful tall between Mrs. Louia Marr and Mrt.

childhood with more than a father'a "Well-you see how much he's here I his legs, and looked about with agon- Starling of Lawtey, were ,visiting i"

u.uaf devotion perhaps because she Tou see the flowers and books and led eyes while she dragged: him' town first of the week.

really bad been an exceptionally 'endearing note. I'm not the:sort of girl! to wear, : e through a clumsy dan.... "He's the ', ,Mr. Rodgers of Alachua county

child perhaps because ahe had my heart on my sleeve," Anne ,wbe e dsrllngest pup we ever had I" Allxatated : was a visitor here during the week-

been given him, a tiny crying: thing In dIll was fond of small conservation tags to Cherry, who wa departingfor Joe Hendricks, of Orlando, Is vUlt-

a basket, to fill the great gup her assured him merrily "But there must the upper regions and a complete! ing relatives here thla w ek.-

had left In his heart. lire where there's 8Q much costume.,
Jar
mothers going Found a Silver-Topped Candy b* some Mr. and Mr*. Nelson Ritch are beIng

"Mr. Lloyd' had to take the nine and, the Card 'ef Mr John Martin smoke I" she ended. "Bring your cigarette out here, Peter the arrival of s daon

'o'clock train." Cherry answered her Lteyd. "Tou'n' not sure my dear?' h. ," the old doctor said, crossing the congratulated on

father dreamily; "and he and P.ter'' I II asked, after some thought garden to look In the abandoned, born Monday, Aug. 8th. i I
hat
walked home with me I" She did not' matched the flying little figure out of she answered. ..It'a just greenhouse' for his rope, "It's not Miaa Billie McCormick, who "
not" ,
Peter had left them at his I sight with a prolonged "Whewwwfof "Oh. and here," he stated. Than be began been visiting here at the home of D-
add that In coming
that
d persists
of mile utter astonishment. The child was a fancy "Hell. Old BiHnpy-doodlMl" Said again "You brought Cherry; home last and Mr for the past tw
own (turning, a quarter a away going. She got tr her feet, aaln.brlcbt1) Both Mande In Mla *. Handley
to be atfur a beauty AIIx. Burying night?" he asked months left Thursday for her home
**I thought he wasnt going "Well I we mustn't take this ,
*. North's for dinner.' ? Anne oto- I Her eighteenth birthday I Martin too IP'IIvel-'et. It waa only that I Feathered Collar "As a matter of f'cM-lHdnV' Peter ,in Atlanta, Ga. 1

{:served quteUy In the alienee. She had been shown her birthday ,gifts; wanted to be open and aboveboardwith branches well toward the ridgepole, a answered In his quick, precise
the books; and a silver belt buckle and a tones "I came with Lloyd and Cherrya
hadbeen Informally asked to you, uncle from the beglaalng. story" and a half above their' beads.. The lftera_
her gold pen and stationery and handker thathsi far as the bridge( then I cut up the ,
Norths for dinner that evening That's the only honest Bat the great wind' of yestereve A genius can no more help being
declined for no other chiefs. A day or two Inter she bad I" her uncle tie and brought In hill. Why lie .added sharply. help. t>*' I
elf, and had "Tlml's 'Wl e and right .. -ended spring genie than a rrnny: : man can
reason than that attractive Martin had another gift : bad opened the tiny answered In the kindly, absent tone the summer bad dragged It from Ita "What's up* log crazy It Just happen thatthe whet 'I,

Lloyd was presumably not to be there. Shreve box with a sudden hammering he had used! to them a. children atone place and flung It, a Jumble of emerald "Nothing's up Doctor Strickland genius Ann what he consider ,
at her heart with a presage of delight said slowly. "Hat I think Lloyd admires tM
wasn't." Cherry said. "lie he was apt to use to Anne when leaves and sweet" clusters of creamy' mart thing. It is smart; hut when
"He had found a silver-topped candy -or la beginning to admIre-
he had to go to town at six I She she. was In her highest mood and ODe blossoms, across the path and the poor crazy man does his bent It turns
j ; thought Dad'a Jar, and the card of Mr. John Martin of the porch. Allx tentatively her, he said no.....'* 4
juat stopped In to !give them Lloyd and under the name, In tiny she' rather resented m steps put U be foolish.-Ed )1on.t1lIa'f.

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