Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 2, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04614
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Established! 1879. Subscription-Per Year S.OO"Six;: ; 1\onths.\ $1.00.-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews! Editor and Proprietor.NU.MIIKR ij '-

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J I There is a cuiious lesson in methanics iI e
The body of little James Wainwright in connection with the city Hampton, fri-pt.! 2--Hi-njamin Bian. ,

OFF HUGE SUMS Jr., was brought here from STATE PRISON I water tank. When the tank Is full I BONDS ion tho, and guest family, ...f ,1\1I's.c.f Jacksonville Branncn'a ,mother were Ti ,

Sarasota Sunday afternoon for burialin Ithe i: surface of the water in 101 feet Mrs. M. I R. Miinairo '
Sunday. 1 I IPr.
the family lot at Crosby cemutery.Rev. I above the ground, and the water alum
FROM 1 TAXES M. L. Smith, of the Methodist; : NOVEMBER 2 I neighs nearly ICO short tons. The : NEW\ OFFICIALS Midilleton to pnifcHftioiuil, of Starke business, was here attending r

hurch :
conducted the funeral service, riser pipe that goes from the tank i thl week, ,t
making a beautiful and very comfort Ito I t the ground '18 bolted to the bottom t
I -- i Rudy liirt, of Melroso Is the
$6(10.000,000( CUT FROM EXCESS ing talk. Mrs. A. E. Wall and Mrs. STATE-! FARM WILL UK VISITED I .of the tank. From the time the tank |:! HON. JOE HILL \\1I.I.I\MS KV-: : guest of her! sister Miss Juanita, But

PROFIT SURTAX ANTI THE O. G. Cooper sung two sweet songs. I I ON THAT DAY BY AMERICAN II. empty until it is filled, the inert-us PLAINS!,; PIMM-KHl'ltE: rOH I'N- Saturday and Sunday. '

TRANSPORTATION LEVIESThe : The pall-bearers were: Horace Wilson \ PRISON ASSOCIATIONThe I ling weight causes it to sink, until )"i ION ('Oll. T\' U..ICI.I.sTht . J. li). Alexander was a business visitor '

Thomas Limbaugh, John Powell I | when full it Is half an inch lower than to Starkc this \\eek . D

republican tax revision bill, as Warren I't-ikins, Jim Klckliter andWilbur filet annual .congress of theI when empty If provisions had not I creation of n m-w enmity brings Runncll' J.I. assisted by hill cousin. '!

mlly decided upon by the house of Scott.A I American J Prison Association will beheld I been made for these fluctuations, the.l;l Up dome rather perplexing quostloiiH. I Mien Lrttie Johns, entertained his ,rf

'presentatlves, represents! a redue- large crowd of F sympathizing in Jacksonville October 28lh to'' weight would\ have come on tho connection I One that bus arisen *< the matter of friend. nt his homo Friday evening' "4. f 1,

on in the present war time taxes of friends and relatives attended! the fu- I' November 3rd. November 2nd is the of the riser pipe with the but approval of bonds for the oflleors/ of anew :i Boiled plml">rs were abundantly serv I 1" .

nhout $600,000,000 a year and, will aural and covered the grave with day set for visiting the state farm, tom of the tank, which would\ have county. Hon. Joe Hill "'illinIUM.of ed. Interesting gameswore played '

vicld, according to tentative estimates choice flowers. Mr. and Mrs. James ,I situated in Bradford and Union coun- strained the bolts and caused leakage I Lake Duller, him gone Into this and time, evening wan greatly ..njo '('d. I

slightly in excess of $3,000,000,000( A. Wainwright, the bereaved parents, I ties. IIuml reds of delegates' from allover But near the ground the pipe works question thoroughly and supplies. the i, Thoso. who wero present were, Mrs. b +'

during the current fiscal year. formerly lived in Starke but now j the country, and Rome from Europe : In a socket, which allows for this slid. Telegraph, the following information, M.) E. Wainwright, Mrs. Van Alstlno, '
changes In the bill\ make their home in Jacksonville. will attend the Ing and the of which clears the matter t 1
The two big ; i I congress, and I amount movement, j up. | Mrs U. 11. )))'alllll.ll\lrll. It. J. John' ,
which most closely affect the majority Saturday's Times-Union containedthe of them very few will neglect to embrace about half an inch, can be plainly seen According to the attorney generalthe : j Misses tattle. and Erma: Johns, !Margin 1!, t

of persons in the United States, following account of' the death of f the opportunity to view the from the wear of the pipe at that commissioners+ of counties will Mouser Daisy! Moore, Corino and ak

are the complete repeal of all trans this little child: state farm, which has a national fame plncc. forward their bonds direct to tho | F.lirnhrth: Whoolor, Rhoda Bennett, !
and the According to advices received account of the novel The tank erected sixteen comptroller for approval. After
portation taxes excess profitstax by Ion system under was years they I David Dyal. Cecil Moore, IVrcy Grlf.
effective Jan. 1, 1022, and the the Times-Union last night from Sarasota ] which the convicts are held and ago, and the daily movement just de have received! their /oinniisdions they fin, Claud Mouser, Willie Maxwell and

changes in the income tax exemptions James Wainwright, six year ,| the success in Warden J. S. lit'h'MI scribed! in exactly the same in amount will approve limo bonds of all other of j Russell Dyal, Claud Van Alstine.

retroactive to Jan. 1, 1921. Small old sea of Mr. and Mrs. James A. effort to make the institution almost tdiw at is was at first This shows fleersnfthecount t )'. Time commissioners |I Rev Young preached. at llopo Hall

business houses and manufacturersare Wainwright, of 320 Went Seventh St., :I self-supporting.( From the "News let that the legs and rods that supportthe do not have. to wait to do thin Saturday' pvonlng. ,

also aided by the changes in theta Jacksonville drowned at Crescent ter," published by the prison association tank are of good steel, else they work until t the II ret meeting of the I Air end] 1\1!rw. Norwood and daughter -

x list. Reach there late yesterday.The I we copy the following: would have lost their clestlcity long board under act creating county, forIIn.I'r Clio who have been' the guest T

An increase from $ .,,000 to $2,500in child, with his mother and, a This, in some respects, l is going to ngo. The foundations of the leg! mi act of the legislature of 1)2I!) of K.: Hicks for several days, have returned id'

the exemption to married men hav- party of friends, had gone to they i be the big event of the congress It each of which carries a weight! of thin is taken)" rare of, not only for the to their homo in Plant City.

ing an annual net income of $5,000 or beach for an afternoon outing.. While I is expected that a special train will about sixty tons, have not settled n counties created nt the lust session, 'I John i'arkerasd family hud as their I

.less is provided in the new tax law. the mother and other members of the take the congress to Raiford about particle. but for nil new counties created in the I guest: this week, Dr. Camp, of While 1l

An increase in the exemption to headsof party were engaged in conversationthe 40 miles from Jacksonville, early on future. The commissioners. upon rocilpt I Spring/ ( i

families on account of dependentsto little fellow wandered away and : Wednesday, November 2nd. The prison MILLER of their commissions shall meet !Mm. W. K. Alexander and daughter

$400 for each dependent, instead of I when missed a search was immediately farm contains more than 15,000 upon threeilaye notice to nil the commlssionem I Wllrnn, returned to their homo hero

$200 as at present, also is provided. instituted, which resulted in find- acres,' over 4,000 of which are under\ !Miller,- Sept) : 2.-Rev. Parker, of and. at that meeting approve thin week from n visit in Jacksonville.\

Both of these changes are retroactive I ing his body in about ten inches of cultivation. The spirit of the farm, Georgia, closed) Sunday night one of the bonds, or if no notice Is II. J. Johns wan a business visitor i'

to Jan. 1,1921, thus effecting tax pay- water. It is believed the child stumb- the variety of industries, also the the most successful series of meetIng : given, thou they can como togetherIf ,, In SUike TiK'Hilay.

ments next year. ,! led when playing in the water and plantation features, as well as the ever held at the Free Will Bap- agreeable to all, nnd sign an agreement Mrn. Mil inn Wltlrlwl' <. Mary I

was unable to recover his balance on II methods of working and trusting. tIe, tint church, with seventeen additions.The I, that It Is agreeable and that Geiger and Mrs. I"'. K.: I Henry are vin-
In increasing the tax on corporationearnings j; account of not having the proper use prisoner are all matters that will interest attendance was good and much I they have hud notice, and IIftt'r'', iting friends In St. Petersburg thin

an exemption is made of | of one arm. i members\ of the congress. interest was manifested !by all. Dinner spreading thin on the minutes to 1"1: week.SI'Imi.

those companies having earnings ofI I; Mrs. Wainwright and son left Jacksonville Warden hutch extends on behalf of was spread on the ground Sunday, kept by them, ()commissioner acting Rowe and eiders, Ruth, Lif-

$2,000 or"lees, the "poor man's corporations -| recently to visit friend. in ; the state of Florida a most cordial invitation which fed three hundred people. as clerk and one lIS chairman, I rim. mid 1.0ui"I', of Jacksonville, worm
The number that would
I Sarasota to all\ of us. There will be, Roland Thomas made a business they then proceed, to approve "bonds visiting' friend, arid relatives hero last
thus be exempted would exceed 300- J
and make arrangements to temporarily !:
incidentally, a barbecue at noon! No Sunday.
trip to Luke Butler Monday .
000 and this will the bur-
move place one will go hungry. !Moreover one carry on tho business, of the coun W. II. )Kicks of
Plant who hoe
den of taxation more generally! the I, !METHODIST Mr. and Mrs Eddy: Miller\ of Jackson I' City,
will see the interior of the northern boon visiting. hero has returned
ty.Tho this
large corporations. Many of the taxI I I L. A. Davis part of Florida, the turpentine indus- Miss., are visiting tho former'sbrother officers/ of, Union county ...hou1,1prol''d home. <>
school 10 in. -
Sunday a. ,
os heretofore paid by the ultimate r t II. S. Miller.O. to mako their I
at horuln
superintendent.Our try, the reclamation of great tracts of Once A. A. McDonald. who has boon
consumer have been removed and I L. Miscue of Worthington was and have thi-m 1
ready for tho special
land, and Florida's modern Biilmtitutafor Ktirul +
revival services will not begin( upending, months in south }
:placed on the manufacturer instead. I in this section Saturday. of the commissioners of the
on Friday ua we had planned. I wrote the old lease system. Dr. 11. II. l Florida, returned to his homo hero!
The so-called "nuisance lcv! 's" have I Brother McLeod that a later date Hart is writing letters saying that the Tom Moore and sister, Miss Annie, npw county when it I I. called. Saturday.Illnnton. '

been eliminated and manuflicturers'l would suit us better and ho writes trip to the farm is worth coming to of Lulu, attended the sing Thursday.' Ownlcy. of Thorcssii, wan

taxes imposed in their that sickness in his family would also Florida for, even if there were no con- Misses Virgin und Ruby Thomas ADDITIONAL SCHOOL" SUBSCRIPTIONS a business l visitor hero Tuesday e

ing to repeal the luxury taxes, the I make it almost impossible for him to gress. I of Alachua, visited friend in this P. M. C'ik"t'r! of Wnlilo, was among /e

majority members decided to substitute ! come; so he promises to bo with us The visitors will leave Jacksonville I community last week the I huMltit'HH visitors. hero Saturday!

if possible, a manufacturer's tax I in October. Wednesday, November 2nd at t ::30 a. J. I. and! J. S. Brown made a business When the lint of subscribers to time last. J.

on the same articles, if designed to be As was first announced, we will m, on a special( train. They will make I trip to Worthington Monday school fund was prepared last' week W. C. Hunt, of Sampson City, WitS

void at sums in excess of specified I have the children's service Sunday a stop at Elarbee to view the dairy, '' Scott Howell, of Bland, attended ; several, names were omitted<1 through transacting' luisinesn, here Tuesday.

prices. The rate suggested was three morning at 11 o'clock, Mrs. Smith then proceed to Raiford and back in church here Sunday/ failure of solicitors to turn the cards Mr. Jo'. I K.1 Henry wed non, Eugene,
per cent on the manufacturers' prices the state farm railway. They will over to Chairman Jones of I ho .. .
leading it.Preaching. on Rev, E. B. Joyner, pastor of Harmony ways who liavo. )> '< visiting In Pennsylvania
and the return was estimated at at 8 p. m. by the.pastor.1 take in the stockade and plant before Free Will Baptist church is I and means committee Tho following and Now York returned to their '(

$100,000,000 annually as against $25- Subject, "An Unwelcome Visitor." '. dinner, then have an old-time fifth fry suffering from an attack of smallpox additions to the list arc hereby aeI :- homo! here, Saturday.Dr. 4

000,000 under the present law. Notice the change of the hour of the and barbecue, with ice cream for des Miss J'tells Rosenberg, of Lake I tmwledged: ,,,. II. Pinks made! n professional s

The ice cream and soda water tax, evening service. Come your are wel- sert.The Butler, was the guest of !bliss Carrie (I. ]M. Inman---------------$ f.0.00) visit to firnham !Monday. 1 ;

and the tax on perfumes, extracts come! State Farm, as all know, l is Hi-lie Brown last week. I R. L. Wilson __________u__ 10.00 Thn revival, services the Methodist 0 y

tooth paste and toilet preparationsand Mrs. Smith wishes all the childrenof very extensive, and in order that the Murray Thomas was a business visitor Olin W White _____.______ 8.00() rliurcli, are progressing 'nicely 1

proprietary medicines have been the Sunday school and church to visitors may bu able to see it all, to Jac'kllonville'cnosday.! Miss| Kate Livingston ____u 15.00 and much Intercut' Is !being manifest

repealed and a reduction in the man- come to the parsonage Friday afternoon Captain HI itch urges all owners of J. Matthews and family, of Bland Wm. C. Powell _--__.___--_ 15.00 ed. .

ufcaturers tax on candy also voted. at 4:30: for their story hour.M. cars to come to the farm that day and attended! church here Sunday -- Claud I Ilouni-r( has boon a recent

All these will become effective immediately L. SMITH, take them around. The visit is well Miss Virginia Miller returned homo Total ___--_________----_ 08.00 I visitor to Waldo.MK .

upon their adoption by the Taster.NEW I worth making -as all who come will Monday after a three weeks' visit heretofore reported ____Un 1511.00( | 1 Kinnni )Patch IH visiting rel-

senate. I have a chance to see every detail and with her uncle Punch fliers, of Wau- alive In Lake Butler thin week

Among the losses the governmentwill CORPORATION ORGANIZEDThe having everything explained to them, c-hula. Grand) total ._______--__.$IOOM)0!) ) ) Miss Mango Mlddlcton, of Starke, I v "
suffer by of changes 'in : and then it will be a pleasure to show Thomas mado a business tripto has boon the. guest, of Miss Ethel shunt
reason A large number of ,patrons have not
our Southern courtesy to the stran Lake Butler I ,
taxes, are: Repeal of the excess prof. land abstract busmen in Saturday. yet contributed to the fund. They .
The on the farm are excellent Seeber Stoker business visitor Mrn, Made Miller who has boon vin.
its tax and income surtax A 54. i gers. crops was a 'i
Starke heretofore owned by intend to do no, of course. They want =
and finer live stock and fowls to Worthington Monday. King friends In Hamilton/ returned to
brackets, $640,000,000; elimination of Adkins, Esq., has !been purchased by their children to have the benefit of,
cannot be found anywhere, thereforethe Misses Christine Townsend and her/ home |In 1'l l1lk,1 Friday '
freight and and Pull. citizens
passenger an association of well known a full term of school, end certainlythey J
visit of the prison will Henrietta of Riley WuHilin, of Graham has
congress Padgett, Lake Butler opened -
man trapsortation taxes $253,000,000! under the do
and will be incorporated not want others to bear all I
increase be the best advertisement the two Bis attended church here Friday. up a meat market in the Seal
of exemption allowed headsof name of Bradford County AbstractCompany. the burden of paying for tho lengthening
ter counties ever had. Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Bennett, of building.Mr." a
families on account of dependents of the term. This being thn ;
; I Don't forget the day-Wednesday, Bland, visited relatives In this community Bishop, the Stnrke telephone t
$30,000,000 increase
of I
; exemptionfrom The stockholders in the corporationare case tile Telegraph. bogs to suggest
November 2nd. All are Invited to at- man, was n business visitor here thi.week. fII
: Sunday. : !
$2,000 to $2,500 allowed marriedmen G. W. Alderman, M. F. Brown, I), that they cull on the chairman of the . .
tend hut especially those who have Mrs. Roland ''
Thomas In his '
$50,000,000; and removal of the E. Knight, A. Z. Adkins, E. M. Johns visiting ways and means committee and mako 'C:
cars. daughter Mrs. J. M. Mott Cecil Moore, of Theressa, attended
of Lake
wearing apparel, soda fountain, and G. M. Inman, C. A. Knight and J. E. their contributions voluntarily. This
church here .
BulIcT. Sunday evening.
lee cream and levies toilet G. W. Alderman will the of other / ."
stamp on Futch. The officer are, save necessity asking
REALTY TRANSFERS T. II. Rime. made a business tripto Mr. and !Mrs. J. J. Brannen, of ....
preparations) and proprietary medi- president; J. E. Futch, vice- solicitors to go into the field, and
cines Gainesville one day last week.A Hampton, attended, the annual meetIng ....
48000000. president; M. F. Brown, secretary- most persons who are patriotic '"
G. M. Inman, local representative county Hinging convention at the Swift Creek church near
was 1
The repeal of the transportation treasurer. These officers also! constitute enough to do this sort of soliciting
of the E. A. Strout Farm Agency reports organized at this place Saturday af. !, Lake Butler Sunday wi
taxes and the have business of their, that ,
removal of the tax on the board of directors. own they
the following! realty tranl4ferlldurinA' ternoon. i i I I Mrs. D. W Moore, of Theressa, a tt'nd..d t) 4ta,
wearing of the could be to. ,
apparel, fountain and ice Notice of the incorporation attending ,
the week: Sheriff W J. Epperson and Deputy I church service at Swift Creek .h
cream and this week'sillsue .t.
stamp levies are not effective in published in "*
company To C. Klosterman, the 10-acre/ tractIn i Sapp, of Starke, wan In this section Sunday 4
until Jan. 1, 1922. The otherchanges of the Telegraph. IlEILIilm.N'N H'lOCKIIOLDKRS': :
the western part of town known as Tuesday
are in effect as Of Jan 1, the Langford place.To Mrs. II S. Miller Is on the lick lint MEETINGHereby : COMMUNITY SING
1921. No changes were made in the 8 11T1I.(,ItA YES
W. J. Andrews, of Cambridge, this week.
taxes on tobacco cigarettes and ci- meeting Is called of the
Mr. Willard Smith and Miss Onie Md., the Radney place near the Sea- 1>lr. and Mrs Russell Parrith, of The community singing In the park
stockholders the Heilbronn Mineral
gars.An husband and wife board Air Line depot.To Dukes, visited the latter' parents, In was not held Sunday afternoon a* wan
official statement explaining the Graves were to be held in the
Water Company,
planned owing to the sad funeral of
O. E. Knight in his B. M. Dowling from F. G. Hemingway Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Waters, Sunday
tax Public .
revision program issued from the by Notary courthouse in Starke at 8 p. m., September the child that day. However the
of Graham the cottage on West Call Mr. and Mr. Blake, of Lake Butler "
! White House declared that "the aim office Wednesday. Both are 2nd to consider the
singing will > continued at 4 o'clock
Their street opposite the Christian church. attended the revival meeting last / >
will reside. ,
was to establish methods that would i where they week. matter of marketing the, water of next Sunday afternoon and It Is expected -
raise the needed revenue, within a many friends wish the popular young Heilbronn Springs. All stockholdersare
that will attend
CARD OF THANKSWe Charlie Crawford made a bunln* everyone ,
reasonable certainty, make collections i couple all happiness. trip to Lake Butler Friday urged to be present and all others thorns on the various commit- t

sure the and burden inexpensive and all properly classes adjust of : the entire community, rich and poor. take this opportunity to heartily Mrs. O. D. Clarke and children, Albert attend.who are interested are Invited to I too, as Important business 1 I. to be

the among "The whole tax reform program thank all those who with their and Clara, of Ellinvllle, were In transacted.y
Heilbronn :Mineral Water Co.
"It community is felt contemplated freeing. business from assistance and sympathy, comfortedour this community Sunday. LLOYD L. KING,
highly important
what have been found paralyzing and sorrowing hearts during the illness Dr. J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler, Chairman.
progress has these
been made along
restrictions, encouraging / and death of our dear departedwife was a professional visitor here re- NOTICE
lines, the !statement said, adding: exasperating of and mother. We are especially MRS. JONES: WILL ENTERTAINFOR :
utmost the resumption cently.
"There has been no effort to reliever to grateful for the kindness extended us I ev. Recd of the Sunday School MISS ALDERMAN: M1
and business, removing every i
F the rich of their shares of burdens, enterprise Board will conduct a Sunday school
incentive to evasion and by Doctors J. M. Mann and Seeber CARD OF THANKSI
r but rather to insure that no class will possible distributing the tax bur- King, and to those who sent the beau- institute at Corinth church Sept. 4th Mrs DeWitt C. Jones will )give a
, tie; left an of from' fraud, and Invited to course luncheon today, from 11 to
, avenue escape possible equity tiful floral offerings. tender my heartfelt thanks to the I to 9th. Everybody come.
these. A casual analysis of the proposals den with the classes greatest of people keepingin > Rev. S. S. Proctor, A. E. Proctor, many kind friend who assisted me E. C. WARREN. 2:30: in honor of, Miss Inn Alderman t'
" shows that what may be described i among all late Had bereavement. May whose marriage to Mr. George C.
to Impose the Marshall Proctor, T. D. Proctor, Mrs.P. during my
as 'the rich man's taxes' will ; mind the purpose those best able to P. Dekle, Mrs. Nannie Lou Varnes, God bless I Anyway, a wine man In wise until a White will tk"-place Tuesday, thflth .

i produce about $1,800,000,000, while : larger" share on Mrs. E. L.. Overby. them.ERNEST E. LEE. pretty woman make him act the fool. inst. I Ip
the balance will be distributed over pay.

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'. 'lih b ; lii'iul. end had 1 Jti-lln. Their frlendxhlp.. said of that tllllePCherry Mrs H. C. Wimb'erly, Miss V
'. = .. '- ., t like tenor smote her. She\ fought. the agreed, \> n <> Ili'c '' 01'11 ,get: a slice Mime
I I homesickness' down rt'lllluII".t'r)'. ,1? Uiev''mitl-fnction' ..f Imvlng Martin's I Anne, had, rliwiied, Into notmthlngdeexr. said thoucrhtfuly.! glancing: at fred Wimberly] and H. C. Wim!

t j thing would seem brighter tomorrow \14'I'I".IIJi'r the next tiny or the I hw bUHlinnd. "I don't man when Jr., motored to Starke ThursdayMiss

wln-n I the morning: and, the. sunshine next Imtir. tlfl...... her own s.*<.rrtconvlitlon. I "Justin Hunt to lime a frniiK talk ,i Und dies, either, she' added. In quick Rosi Wilkinson left F1>

Sisters came again Martin wrmcd siitlxfled with you uncle" Anne said, "nnd affection. "I mean that he might build for 'Stuart to upend some time

: I Tlwro1'011 a brown and red carpet and all their little world accfpied' her I of course I'm not to K" until you are us a 'little home sonic, day In MUI her sisters, Mrs. John SavageMrs.

In tbe rung' of tlie\1 room and a as s mutter of .''''Irll''. Hut under It sure you ran spare me and unless' you Valley"

I I. brown bureau, and o wide Iron bed aJl Cherry'' knew Hint loiiietlilng, )nnng feel that you can trust him utterly "Gee; how he'd love It. !" Allx said, T. E. Engx-bretsen.

s I i, wltb a limp sprend." and a peeling! and /Irn-xponxlblp' and rinifldi-iit In her Anne's engagement cups were eolllhu lu 'kalJ Messrs. John I. Marr and Ja

I cJ, : I brown \I uMh.IIIf,1Il'lth, a pitcher, and had. In-ill killed She nfxer liked to rnriRfd on the table where Cherry'sbad ,I "I married Cherry for her, iminejE," Shepard attended a fish fry give]

I /baxln.' The lao) lighted a flare of electric think of the alley of the fogs and the stood and where Cherry bad Martin confessed.i.M the Staike Woodmen of the Worl) m

I I I'j IIIt''tllI' b"'h turnip the chocolate Kpoki-H of sunlight under the redwood talked of a coffee-colored rajah silk I a matter of fart" Cherry contradicted Sampson lake Thursday night

I KATHLEEN and gold wnllputfr lark like one patI aisles, nf Allx and the. dogs/ mid the i Anne dlsciiRxed the merits of a "mnurtbut him \lvnclouxlj. animated Max Wimberly left Saturday

I tern \ the light and mother In the dreamy excnlngH by the firs And especially handsome blue' tnllormuUe." even by I the' thought of, a rliance and Jacksonville where he will make >t

NORRIS I It jol Mmdow, A man lutiglii'd' In lire adjoining she.. ltd not like to think of I The "'edlling01 to be In I'1'1'tPIII'I I a borne, "we hate never even spokenof while j
'j H. jI I I' room ; the voice.. avemt-d very that eighteenth, birthday, and herself her not quite n year. after Cherry'awedding. It berori hate we, Mart?" headquarters traveling for .e

t I I near thrilling and ecmntlc beratixe the Allx wrote her. ulnier pages "I never' beard of It \before," he admitted L. C. Cadenhead Co.

Cherry bad never bi't-u. In a hotel I strange young man from Mrs. North's I about It, always t'nlling'lIh the em- smiling/ as be, Knocked the J. I. Marr'Isit..d friends in Jj -
had stared at "ho'?. In her sticky that must "Uut It's plfiifcunt Bonville Sunday
I of .this sort before It II\II"d to tier i apron | blinds derlnratlon C'herry ashes from\ his pipe
........ mj
C..M. t N k.erl. chi-up and horrible ; sh' did.itift want I with no new' and disturbing a smile come down for the wedding, to know that CII..r1'11I come In fora James Shepard spent. Sundu\

to stay In this room and, Martin, tipping In his eyes. Cherry wits huna-slek. She dientnedrontlnuully j nest-egg,\ home duty' !I" Pablo Beach enjoying the surf bIng. .

SYNOPSIS.C'IJAf'T'CII I 'the boy and asking for Ice-water I -:---: I of the cool, high vnJIey, Presently thelhltor, boldly "Ul(- .

xei-med somehow n part of this new :, i CHAPtER V. j the Been led alsli-s of the deep forest, I gested tutu she and Cherry should both Mr.: and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly M

-With hi* twollx Anaahtere" mmngeiK'ps/, and cnidi-tic'im. She beganto J the nioiiijtaln feurlng Its rough sum go home together for the wedding, and
Winifred and
Wimberly H. C.
and lurry" the latter lust Naldeeli, be afraid' that I he, would think she So. winter pnnxed at the mine' and mit to the pal blue of sununer Martin agreed goiMlnnturedly"But .
1 )earN old. aiTI hla nlcoe. Ann, lio'tor akl..s'l brly Jr. motored to Muxville
tricklan.l' rttllKl. I* !living HI M'll VKI 1 1l 1v was rllly pieM-ntly' If she said herprtlg at the\ blown IKMIMunOcr the Hh<1111.I I June |passed' ; July bussed ; It Murt liow'll, you get along?" 1))
'l a abort dlxuinrft' from Nun. I umlsro Allx ntUI her 'Ii'p IINk'I',1 had day on a business trip.
der of
Tauiulpnls. kept hot lit the."Kinmy Younger. Augustcame She
III. rlnwnt, rrlitnri, 1 In I'..,.., Joyce aimioiliiiii -rs us uxual.a I h bis IIlIxl l\lly.
or ",,'|111"*. Vl.ltlnn In the vicinity . bcdrniMit, windows open but t t)1t'i ruin In on a furnace breath ; Cherry fumed .and fu"ned and .puttered itnd

falls ,In Martin Inn with'1JOYd.and mlnliiff mirntly I engineer baioiiMaetiKawil In the morning .Murlln hired a phnetoo I tore In, and Anne prott'Hted, at the ensuing .- I felt headachy, languid a"u
to C'tiurryCIMITMJ and they drove out to the mine. ': titalns on ihn I'lIn''1'3' calling 'till the time Mariln had said that rooms for HO long that It seemed un-

('hi.rry had had a good breakfast and CllI'rr.1I'.ddlng., once satisfactorily I I lie could' not juwMbly get III'U"t'll belli'MiMtthnt her place might be
-While I.I lapitf | Sept 2.--John Enhoi.
I .. .iilat'hK, a. to Lluycl lnt the* Cli..r. was wearing a new gown; they flopped. I over was a cause of great satisfaction I for the week of Anne's ,\\vddlng, but I vacated even for a day 'i and I Marshall Dobhs made
ry liriima' him to .upper| | piactically an.finijiirlritf another' phaeton. on the, long pleasant to 'her hlxur' and cousin. They Cherry began\ to wonder If he would "(Ih. (I'll ,get idimg; flue!I" he answered a burin
'r hr rnjtattpmant to him. drUi- and Martin Bald to the fut man bad slepped I back Only, to give her let her go atone Inillirerciill. So, on the ''II lit I trip to this section Monday

Cif A"TI'II; .III.-Hoi'tor Strlikland fouls In It : I the center nf the stage ; they. had admired "!f lie, doi-nn't I idiatl be' sick ,1" she tiny of August, In the once colori-il Judson Hurst made a business/ o

t; Cherry.her. to Nat la too at young'Innal a to year marry, but and the uric lllrl"a ":.Jr. Hales I want to make you acquainted and congratulated: ; bad helped, I fretted to liernejf In n certain burn silk nod the expennUe. hut npitn, jetluoMiiK I to Lake Butler Friday

Ali' eoa.... him Into agreeing to an ImnifidlutaKvdilltiR with my wife !" | her In all hearty generosity. And now ing noontime, toward the middle of / Allx thought MrniiMfly/ unlike I Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dobbs, of Mai

,1., tIM, ragdN| l and li'avln the ('oroiiiuny at OIK'a for 1 okra kit;. plnca.Nldo, "'I'leimed' 'lo meet }'oil. Mrs. Lloyd 1 1" that she xvus gone: they wijoxed their AUIIU I. Martin, who had been playing the, bride that had been Chi-rry. ring were the week-end ?n ucstn of 1 rt-t,
where Martin la employed suld the fut Juan, .plenHiintly.. Martin I j own llxcx again and cast over hem the poker the nlKht bt.fure.11.. sleepIng Hhe and her flitter hiipr liy th-puiJPd parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Urn
t glamor that novelty and distance never Iflte this rniug. Coming home 1.,111"11I,
told Ch.rrI 10"11 they passed' him, tlto for cooler regions. Murlln !Mr. and Mrs. ]Marshcll Dobbs
e over CJIAI'TI'fl, Clirrry: to IV-".-InN Ilia to furl tinni-yrnoon l a vague day.dfa- that thnt, was the, nipt-rliitendent' of ':? full to give. C'herry'' married and at three o'clock dated with close air to the "'11111. .klKsod. hl" nlxter-ln-hiw. the weekend guests of her wire;

". ....Hun "With Marun and the monotony the mine, and seeiaed plenxed, 1 at tbeI keeping botixe and managing affairs, and clgur smoke, he hud awakenedhis gully and then bin wife affectlonntely. pliren'Mr ]
of her dully Ufa. I encounter. PrcHently Murlln. put bin I was an object of rnmnntlc Interest. wife to It'll her that lie, would be "lien good IMUe girl, Ituhe" be and Mrs M. II. IJllrJ %

i arm about her and Hie l lollY horse diivv. The girls surmised that Cherry must "dead" In the morning, nnrl Cherry wild, "nnd write me !" Messrs. Johnnie Hurst, Gad Ho1'!'

to At t'I'Io''h"'k f'lmrlty Slrlck- died along nt his own swit, will, while I be milking' friends ; that everyone mustadmire hind accordingly: crept ahout her dressIng "Oh. 1 ,111-1 %'1111"! Cherry lucked and Clarence Dobbs made a business!

;: land 'became Chailly I.loyd and" was Martha deep. voice told hilt wife over her ; that Martin would be noiselessly bad darkened the bedroom alter him smilingly from the cur window trip to Raiford Saturday afternoonG.

1,y klXNi-d' and tonxtcd mid, tongriitiiliited. : and over again how adorable anti beau- rich some day without doubt and euten her own breakfast "lie really Is un old dear I"! she W. !Mikel and brother, John, .jf

until her lowly little fare was burning I! (Ifill xhe wilts nnd how ho loved her Cbcry wrote regularly, now and the without the, clutter of a dish Now told Allx. Olustee attended services at Mt Zinr

with "ltl.r: and IIIT blue e>"ex xxerehewlldcltd | Cherry. listened happily' and for a assuring them thnt she was the mini she wiis Hitting by the window punting Sunday

jt with fatigue.. At Iwo 1I.lIp'hlll' the old sense of prldu and old Cherry She: dcMTlhed her tiny houx In flue tux'II heat. I"he01 thinking (Continued Next Week)
i Mr. and !Mrs. Noah Shaw of T'
o'rlurk. I lnTe were gaitluya'berry' ' It Imnred, ., of the big forest ,
n<'ld, .\cmMit mule biick, -she was married right at the mine, and the long "h"11 :, as
hind, changed I the milling, satin fur then ; flu- was wearing a plain gold: of the Kant, and the, bare big/ built at home and of n certain day-Just Pierce, were guests of his mother.

cu' itu-'nIrrlI rajiih t Milk,||| then nn td 1 wore ring! Hut after a few dnys thaI feeling t Ing that wan the men's tutu"nil big IIOIIHL. one "rf their happy days !-only a year HIGHLAND I Mrs Susan Shaw, of Baker county
the hint II Hinilil ,In1 when sale', had lain for I Arlie Dobbs
cxlruxngnnt vnnlxhed, forever and Instead. It Martin's nsxoclatcs brought her trout ago a dreamy and brother Lester

lllllll.jeiirs, befol'l' she. XXOtllll spend| begun to seem strange to 'her Hint and ducks, she wrote ; site nnd Marti hour oil the soft forest floor, staringup Highland Sept. 2.-Messrs. L. C. made a business trip to Raiford Saturday .

Ixxcnly-llxe" dolhirx i..r a hlll'I\IIII1. ini'l' vhe 111,1l'r been 1If1)'lltlnll' elxe thanMartin's had drlxen three hundred miles In tile Idly through! the laced fanllkebrunclics. Cadenhead, G. M. Bynum and K. },.I morning.Frank .
hover ngalii would she nee hronr.cdCocks' I superintendent's car; she, was pro' 1 and she thought of her. father
Dobbs made business
wife Perkins of Memphis, Tenn., werebusiness a trip
fclllhclS. HKIlllINt )hrOlircil Li raw paring: for n card purl). wlrh his mild tolce and reiidyBtnUc I
1 I
For setcrnl days she and Martin visitors here Wednesday!' to Manning Saturday afternoon
\xlthnut iciiiomhcrlnu tho clean. little, | "Think of little old CII..I'ryfolng I II ; and" sonic t'liiotluii iiltiioKt like
rind, enchother
laughed IneeHwmily praised
wood'xinclllng ',, It''lIIllIId till hour III I off on week-end trips with thre fear came' over her For the firxt time :Max Wimberly] returned Friday
mhlc-h ilii> load plnnod, her eddlng lint I Inii'Kwintly lute, they expertinented IIIf'III" Allx would say proudly ""Thin She asked hei-Helf In honest bewilderment from a visit with friends at Mulber It requires( brains to keep the pace
with conking and lute deliciousgjpxy I
over lirr fnlr linlr mid mil( 1 gone, do ""'nIM. of Cherry giving a party ,1" Anne per why she| hind l mart''led. today. And possibly that account

mure nod "ritdlniit nut) cnnfliliMit. In Imps would. inn UP no comment but slue| The, heat ilet-pnned nnd ntren!!:;lhened ry.John Gross and J. Wolf of Jacksonville for so many people ambling along at
had settledcorm
meal. tier IniNliiiiiil I In the old, InillnnvShi' Hy lo ii""I.IWhll"the IHINIIII-XM" Cherry nf life, huyinghacnu I often felt a pang of envy. Cherry and liicu'iiHed nx the burning day' transacted business here on night.

WIIH, cnlifllKcdh klxxt") ,ptiXHcd seemed to have everything wore on. Murlln wuked I <.l, hot wild
unit bud and mil matchest
from hued to liiuid woe roimri| >nH with i I I
.t I Suddenly, without' warning, there hendnrliy, and hn\lng ftiither dlsticMHetl -
tin sloie' of the mine, rooking' : and
a finrl of Htrnnge aching nt 'hrr brunt I wax u new comer In the, elide. n Hleekbeudfil , lilniKcIf wltli strong coffee tend
denning' / sweeping, and milking beds,
C Hint Mho \\IIN nut only fur from Haying blown.halted l little know- Into the motloi
i !!Ihe1111 I UtMcd Mnrtln l (:,.uuminlorldng eeryI mini eggx( : di-purted dusty, Fords
' tiniixiiaJ licmt-hrolicii things In fare I I and met him with mi nfl'1'eIIwtnta as .JiiMtln 1.lItlt', less fin'luxe out-of-doors. The fur onTRACTOR

welbut XMIX ncluiilly fur from feelIIIK rush at .the door when he came He hii'l' 'lii-en ;introduced at zone party brown hills uhlmmered I and swum 'the .

tin-in. She laughed tit Allx's liiHtniiiiNfiiKi' home, and. they, played rite llnn.ircd to Anne nnd Allx ; be! 1'1I11t'rhe; "EIIIIII)' \'uuugl'l' looked Its bure,
promlNcd' lo wrll">.- Inddn'tVi Jet Ita Its bust III'UCtlR.f.: .
exenlng after excnlng nfter dinner, woe prcm-ntly" taking/ Anne to a ugliest, II
r Buy gum,! liy-wiuilil ace them nil Hooirwiis quail-cling for polnta' and Inughliig/ nt tu1'c. Anne uoxx bvsnn to luugli at TI'e1111, a shadow jo the door-

coinliiK Mnrlht-anti I HII 11 lust him and my Hint he cue "" rldlculouH. way ; die looked up surprised. For a
each other/, while! ruin Hlulifd, down" _
kUR for Ini'lliiK find mid gaud: 1 t hy ii>i lno the. |1'"I''h. Hut suua'iluiCS slue wundeied ." but slue did not allow nay one minute the tall figure: III tililped linen

niuny' tlinnkH lint Iliuiikg to Ilirni I how It bad Ill connabout. wondered I else to say so. On the contrary, shuN I tumid the tmilllng face under the Howfry .

Bill! i whnt had become, of the violenteinolliniH ' told All.lIrl"1I8 linos that hula hut teemed. those of a strunger,

Slit \\'OH gone. With her, hue uiK'rrtnln 'that Inn) .picked her out of mol IHT hind bi-en one of tin- old Mury Thou Cherry cried out and laughed,

iiiitiiiiin utiimliliii- vniilHlii-il' nnil a the vniloy home and, 1 c-xlntillyhed. her land I'cfcU'H, and his grent-grandfnthe and In another liibtant was crying 1 10

Hlimlow fell on the forest The inoiin- I here, In Ililx tuninge .plum. with tills xvus mentioned. In u book I by, :Mr'\ Vx'ul. Allx'H urmx. '.

tofu abate tlitMilJry tents tiloiti'd tilt I IWith man xlio Inn,) utter seen a year npi ', tor Scott, nnd that one bad to respect Allx cried. "tam, but It Will with a

t fly TinIil0ll' IllMINtHI'IMIII'd Of tlH'He. the man, even If one didn't house to great ,rush of pity and tendcnu-HS
t 'niotloim IIi 111* wax '
dark tutu I l u' ''q'ty \\lii'n' th liixt KUCKIM' I Slur mill' liked Murlln, she. told 0'1'1,1 I marry him."Marry Cherry. Allx had not young Jove anti

bud Inlti'li'tl tinny mifl' the liiHt riilciiTIllld self, raid\ xhe. Hllll told him thin. xbe him !1" Allx I I had echoed 'In tutu <'ll.v to Holltn. the outlines/ of the

CIlllll'K-ll Ul|' his |)II"M<'",,|"|" Illlll lo\i'd him. Hut she knew slut dud.,, unit simple' iimti/i'iiK'iit. Marry him, -xvlinwas "Kiiiiny lounger" and she felt as iliad
lull.) guar, all this, sudden In the her. "at
lute him, nnd 1 In such an u."I'IIIII\ change' friinkly \\ role later to father
Tlif doctor luiil oiltilined his nil-\ \ household hen could' la hell !"
xx a man no sooner last ctimluced that tlieie u
Ihi'lrs Iheie he II I Iff
as can no II III//.:.
wonted ucddlns finery for Ids shut by thoughts Barely "lexled' un him ; slue uppenr Hum Home girl begun to talk The pent' and bareness mid UKlIness

old NinokliiK Jiickrt, hut 1'ciciMill I tens I.Jlh'r thinking nf. the Hint of tnntTliige Stupefied, AJIx watched of the mine might, hose been. over
looked imiinliinilly well dressed. AllxHlepped were sonklng, the tlrewoml 111111I'UIO the affair "progress." l looked., t but this, .poor little house oCherrj's

.' dii 1\11111I1111 lift"een 1111'11I1111,1, running low the towels. Hint u wet "I don't Imagine/, It's "1'1'1011111"! her this wood ...todl'lIlullig

her, fiitlier'B nrin "i-nt iiliont IHT., ShuKiniRKled I hr..Yo.I 1111 ""1\\ I liar on the, Jlm ; urI I father mild on an April wulk. I'eter white axhex, this tin sink with Its11U1III'
/ : KKiiliiNt him In mi iiiiuxuulmood
"dl and\ the bathroom with neither
I she xuis far unity, drifting! In xagne
of tt-iulel'iit-HH mid I qtih-l faucets nor drain almost' bell IIl1el'ld F.O. B.D.troit
rcnlms here feelings ('Jut hrely strange
7 "".. nice to 11I..1" site wild, wldtu-
Allx: with their discomfort.len .
to this hare little. mining i camp and
-ally. "I'm loni-lyl" ; nifirtbewildering" was the Ise
I this hungry, busy, coniiiionilncc| limn, more
11'11I1" ln-r fuilier as lt, 1I1 1I11I1'lIlIt' held clmiiKe: In Cherry. 1'h..re1'01 u certain -
I iji tlKhtenliiE hiM nrin. Peter moved swny. hiiuli'iilng that Impretmcd AJIx nt
The tit'tit time I lint she quarreledwith .
Tuoe for
,t lip on the other fide/ mill lurked hilt Mnrtln the cued for nn entlie once. There was a weary sort' of patience
own iiriu In her free our And no
dlNlUuMloned couceaslon
a to
dny, with the old .'Ill idlult f.lIfIIhll, / I
they nut, "silent depn-Kiu-d. their shouli somehow tier the drnliiiexs. of mnn'led 111'... MyselfSince
crylug mattered HOIIII-
bra tonchliiK, their somlier' Uxed ,
how her iibiiniloiiinent would help tostraighten Itut she allowed the, younger sisterto
upon the shadowy deptliH' of the foiOBt tilTiiIrs. The cease of the see nothing of this. Indeed Cherry
Into wldih an October fog WIIH softly ,
so brightened under the stimulus
qunrrel ails a trifle ; her fnther hint ,
and nolMOle8Hly earplug.
Kent her a Christ nuts check' amid Hheiinniiillntely cimipnnlniidhlp that Martin told /
sent to a Kan KninclHcoahop I J s her that Ithe wns more like her old elf I GotFordson"
than she Imd been for months. Joy
for a clock that 'hind taken her
fancy months before.Mart . mushy' the divided. . her rexpoimlbtlltles
tlennnhlle' the hot train uped' on, In a
with Allx. explaining the dllllcultles
In, who hind chnnccd' to be
and the drub" autumn country How Iy> 1 1I
of market Ing and houxekeeplug. and
pressed for money, although she did
the window, mid I otlll the bride sat
not know. It, wile tliunderHtruck upondlHCoxeijiig Allx nhxiimvd them. Her vitality
wrapped In her d.'I'III1111I111111. :. inni- .
Infected the whole hou 'I..I.I.
thnt she had nclnaUy disposed I
InK:, loiinliiK liei'Helf to not lee thef' ;j of llfty ,,dollars no llghtl. For I She ge ve them spirited acoiiints of Th Fordson Tractor is taking much of the

Hct-neiy.When Mnrtln nuked her If slip liked several I days! a tjiudow! (hung. over theirIntt'rcoiirxe "t\ 1 Amities fellow affair." she"He's said a nice of Justin little academic Lit- drudgery out of rat m life; it is.solving the labor

and"when he clock" came, proble-n] ; it is reducing the cost of preparingland
to be a ..1I1I.I.d10111111I.. , lrov1I111Cl'llh tie. "If he had a flatiron In each
as large us a banjo, glided: and quaint almost half of it with
by one
; was
;n her hUMhninl she Htiilled mid mild Hint land, he'd prohnhly weigh/ clone to a
he broke her heart afresh
by pretending
', It Beeniud 1 "runny..." I'or this'! niiwt\ !purlthe not to admire It iiindred pounds, He's a-\\'III. a sort lor?" s; and it *s saving one third to one half

was silent pleuwd' mid 11I1"I'IHI'd.but Hut tin ClirlMtmas, P'II he was de- of damp-looking: youth, If you know (.f the farmer's tim; and making farm life
not quit her usual unconrerned whet I m"ull, I I always want to take more attractive.
laved nt the mine and umltten
golf. After dinner they 111I(1I IOIIK, crash towel and him off!I'.
f ? suddenly with the bitterness of hnxlng: a I The Fordson will run your threshing machineand
murmured talk ; nh., begun to droopuleeplly Tancy Anne with a shrimp like II
at the time for It
their first Chrlxtmns, spoiled In this most opportune you.
now, although even Ihln Ionic: that !" Cherry suit, with a proud lookat iI I
way, silt up for him biiddUil 1 In h..rIIlIk will operate the milking! machines saw your
day hind not paled her checks or vlxlMy tier own iiian'a\ tine height "lie
tired her. \\1'1I1'I''r by lilts alr-tlglit:; stoxe. sounds awful to me." wood fill your silo pump the water, and take
She WHS awakened by feeling: herself "I 1 Don't Imnflkia Its Sarlous,". Her carof kind of belt work-
At ten they ituinliled out rnnnpednnd "He's not, really Only It seems that
lowered Into bed and ralxeil' (
tenderly Father Said on an April Walk
r overliented, mid smitten on tired. he belongs' to the oldest family In And don't forget-it will plow six to eight
warm moue to I'JUHI p Ida neck and! they
foreheudu with a rush of Icy tnoiintalii klvsed. each other. tramping beside. thl'lII. was Interestedbut America, or something, and la the acrrs in a ten hour day. handling two plows

air. Tim next day they' laughed at the silent."My only descendant' with ease
+ "18 this the pl-l-nce. yawned Cherry dear father" the girl\ protested. ."Money" Cherry asked, Interestedly -
clock together' and after that pence Thus the Fordson is the ideal year-round tray
clinging to his Drill. .
"Have listened to them They've
reigned' fornexernl weeks. Hut It was you
It will for its winter in
tor. fall
"Tills Is the phice, Itchy Girl ; 101: Inevitable that another quarrel should been contending for weeks that they "No I don't think, money, exactly.At pay and keep
Nldo and not much of a pliirei"' her were Just remarkably good friends least 1 know he Is getting a hundred many ways.
come and then another ; Cherry was
},+ husband told her "TliHt'n the I Hotel young anti undisciplined. perhaps not that's why she, calls him Frennyl" a month In his uncle's law office There's a t's: st ry to tell you about the Ford- j

4 i, McKinley, over th'rel'hl'l'e tau- lights more seltlxh than other girls' of her "Ah-I nee !" the doctor said mildly, and Pad thinks they ought to wait I flcn-ami a! true one! -come in and get the facts. :
arch! We stay there tuniglltmd drive l't'tt'r'8,11,1 laugh hum forth until they have a little more. She'll ,
as Cr if card
age but self-centered and unreason you r' .-. ?r, telephone or drop us a ,
out to the mine tomorrow. I'll limn- "lint Ails iurxu5dal it'e told have something. know," Allx '
now ; 1 you '
able She i had 'lo learn self control and we will bring; them to you :,
age the bugs, hut dou't you gttlinhlel"She and she bated to control herself. She him that as she cannot lie what he added after moment's thought I I :

i I' was wldo-awnke now, looking had to economise When.. poxtrty possessed wishes, they had better not mcct1""Poor "Your cousin Martin asked. .. _
alertly about her nt the dark streets neither pIctiiruxqiieneHs nor Interest. Anile I" the old doctor commented "Well, her father went Into the fire- '. .
extinguisher: : thing with nnd" Allx:
lietenth 'I'h..yH'I'tO always several the elucidated "and she and 1=
weeks behind In the payment of domestic Toor nothing! She's having evidently
Miirtln, Cherry: entered .. bright bills fluid these recurring reminders {,, time of her life" her cousin void un- JuBtlu have bad deep soulful thoughts : ,
;a cheerful lobby of a chenp hotel where of money stringency feelingly. "She told me today that about It. Anyway, the other day she -

h men were smoking und' "pitt I lilt. She dened Cherry. SoniHtlmes She fIIllIl'l she was afraid that she had checkedone said, -you know her way. Cherry-

won beHlde him nt the ,disk mud Maw It with \terra, reminding him of the mont brilliant careers nt Tell me, tTncle, frankly and honestly,
tip angry
t ,
1 0 him write'on' the ,rtjKlxtoi:/ "J. M. Lloyd that she ", nil Htlll wearing her trims- the bar." may Justin and I draw out my share J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

aDd l wll'e." The clerk pushed a key Beau dresses, and had no tiiuld. and I "I bad no Idea of all this!" the doctor for that little home that Is going to r.

\... across the counter ; Martin Kiilded her never went anywhere I confcsxed, amnr.ed.: ".'\'e seen the mean so much to us-' "

.,' to a rattling elexntor. But she developed steadily. As she young man-noticed him about. Well "I can hear herl"' giggled Cherry AUTHORIZED ;

i t, She had a fleeting thought of home; grew skilful lu mnnagluc her little I -\\'t'U-\I<,II' Anne too." "Dad Immediately Bald that sue

t' ot Dad reading! before the tire, of theY house, abe also grew In the art of IB June came the I blissful hour In could of course," Allx went on. "He Ford and Fordson DaelerSTARKE

\ Uttlo brown room upstairs, with AIU managing her husband and herself which Anne, all blushes and smiles, was adorable about It. lie said "It

!: lender lu her thin nightgown yawning SlIe.lICCAthe .cleier at avoiding causes could coma to JUtr UDteA'UJ& a abtqu wW d.a mar than build you a little FLORIDAr :

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Gecti- 1. Whenever required by In this shall taken and held to mean by make th-examination audit hereby repealedMM. ('.un., tax state prison term diflcy 4>(.78
any oommitte act 11m0 .ne
General Laws of Florida of duly constituted _b,, or the by Senate or theHouse e any bill bank' of 11.1. b drl payment or other of negotiable moovy.
.......f 1 by It.ular8U.. .( 1121. and House Ikp..ntL.&p.n. of tb bo.t payable or on demand. See. a. Upon the request of th* governor l l.h Approved Jun. 4. 1111.CHAI'TER : and collection of revenue .. 16.01..0to' &
.. .hl shall furnish one or more aliatraetlng land sold to the I
of Honda. Kec. That shall be the of the the comptroller
the 6.
CHAPTER BS9U-(No. U. chairman. thereof I .1.1 b th duty empoweredto of drawee of any and all check . auditor or examiner, appointed .here. ..08-IN. 101 state fur unpaid taxes for use of
I I Ier .. m.k ioswstioa'tion AN ACT making appropriation for tax asse *ora and for
far Flop.
ACT mailing appropnauona th. before refusing .. ta hold In.I. f.. t any 1.,1. p..lo. a
AM and pay pf.ld.
Hoepital Hud thu Monoa Industrialbcboul l. .b.n. o.h 0.1 1' to cause t M be.written or the governor, and such auditor and expenav of the .tate government for "'ollot II. Index yUm ....__. 2.600 o
Ida blalc t cpl .t.Dc witness . presentation examinationunder the "Oth of June. 19tl.Be .. and .
low Hoy* over deneieactu' in ap- L. bfo. stamped in plain language thereon the reaaon or examiner ahall roaV such two years from day legislative depla 1,900,
far Mid ". emt- cblrn refusal to "-. the .ror.. direction, and report t It Enacted by the legislature .f State fruiting delinquent tax .. under S
d a. other for drawee' dishonor or |
I'pn.b."fo... . lor In- .ub .h have this Introduction the governor.h finding Bf Florida I revenue .- ........ .. \
lor tb .nd tb* period authority &administer all _th. .1. and fh all prosecution UDe.r die Sec. >, That 1 any atato or county official Section 1. That th fulo.lnl aunts b* and furnishing A" ir-Q mansion. (00
in evidence :
..ndU.u..o.June 10. IMl.urn .. mcr nona witneuea, in L mnn. 1.1 by t. honored check having the drawee' refuseS t I* .ubJ_ i examination and ..- .. hereby .I.r.end expenae Jm'.m.o. ....0'c
shall such oommittee the sis ___
of aet.who of the .tate AGO
Ui* appropriation* l.d by tin last written thereon with th* rea the term provisions thl .mm.n .rund .4..M .
\ low ., otliir for the purpose of toitifyinc in anymatter pay therefor.tamlN-d 01 aforesaid feel an... refuse to submit, b.o account moL beginning July I. 111. and ending 1'aintltig, ". m.nlo. _..... IIo
l..u. th .u..o.* M Ux-eniai and the about which such committee may desire .son of the making .hl b pr said, records voucher. I.'.. warranta and Ibl(1. tOol t for service for 11.1 engineer and I
= inaulucwnt and it shall be the duty of the .h. .10.0. In his or executive department. Including other expenae with th*
VtoJ J ttcboolor ISaya waa the drawee other properly or money
the due .nn..e
and nave .I. aahauated. and said insti.tutiona 1f. th several| counties in tl ... t f.r payment p.nt.lon. and that control belonging the .late or -It or salaries of governor __ the Inspection of .. and pre.liartiig -
without and bill >. ...I and execute or .ne\d.ho t.r the reasons kept 1> him for the use of .late un.'hJ tary of atato, attorney general ..for th. uaessmeot of
now the .h
ar*for wbll and tin. orders when ..ulr 1>,such committee ...Id.h.rU' same prpl,ei.hno"1 drawee on ty ,examination and shall b treasurer, cemntrajj**, suiisrtntefl. railroads . -....... i.soo.o.
.u..t .. .0. .DW .be tb..0. fees ...allow wr..n .tm"d tb from iitllo by the governor.See. dent of publla instruction andcummlasloner For state marketing bureau ____.... 12.500.110

p.e/.ue. in* sum of MM.76a.llg Iaaow needed .by law for aervloea.Sec. such See 6. That .eI. or corporation 4. Whenever th nowernor or enmp of agriculture _..__fll.6nO.0 For clerk board slate Institutions .. 1,00000
8. Whoever wilfully amrma or sweats .. Ir of the For Insurance on aecurlliea,
deneieaeu* annul said of this act shall trailer shall direct In.MI..ln G.nw br.l.r
cover found guilty the "
and lor ri.I falsely In regard .any material matter or b deemed of ""nasalng or transaction of any om.ll$ or 1'rlvate Secretary t.vr.o,, eeer*- h.ld ... -__.__ 100.1. I
\'uLo.. uf April. Mar and m..n.r.n.Jun. IWi. thing before any comltl mentioned In Section worthies* : ,punished by .10 of any of the counties of th. .t.t.b tail board aodsecretary Sire. II. That the, following .urn. l<. ." a. 7 ,
1 by iMauaed ataumuint I 1 of this b deemed .ul.of fine ...:r.onJh.r. dollar or Imprisonment or examiner provided for In board l.ruO___.__.- 1.80000 Hereby .pprI.'e for ..Jr. anil xpna
shown not
.\lolowol r..swearing and shall tb or both this . governor comptroller may Ex. clerk and ..r,_.._ 900.onjnungent .,f the *.. .nt I. a beginning
paid and .lt" U.pL .. prison not exceeding; twenty ,. such fine and Impiuonment.1. mon.h. clothe .such auditor o? examiner with authority (< expense of state ___ 4.000.00Stenographer January I, IDIIJt and ending llec $1. IMi i iSalarlea ii
few Ile ,maintenance & 8. All witnesses summoned any that wherever It shall to auhpoena wltnesM) and take teetlmlinyunder filing .I.rl ___n_ 860.0" executive dept. Including. salaries -
bfo. ,
Btat of the provided .ne
Exchange* !.n.' maintenance -.-.5l8.87.84 U.8UI.81w..a mIt.mentioned in Section' 1 act be cut ," to the court that the defendant oath, and .uch ..m'n.r' or auditor .h.1 Stenographer. _u___.__.-____. doO.OO of governor eecretary of Ii
two dollar, for each day' actual t .. complete' authority regulate .f StateCliit'f stat. attorney general traeurer.comptroller I
bank maintenance re*
ur .1.1 trial pelo. f
'L 1.l6.UI .nd also per for ... h .fo. .d the him In t manner and. .r. clerk . ________u_______ 1.20000 .u.I".Iod.h of pub-
plant .t.od.n. Injured by
( new power l.e cn. mi. tltutlon or k.h.m.
,.,. I". ........-- lU.III.1 X.II .U t.v.ho t ae frm place commission th pr p.rl.. defendant feet,0.. I. p.'lb.d by law proe.ed'log. A..I."t chief clerk ..___-.__.___. liiilii.00 lie Inu.u.lon .0.n..lun"' of
OUIH.U t.1' and testimony. fined not hundred do). held pending before maaUra in Chan. patent and charter clerk u. 7(000orre.pond.inoe ..I.ullu. . -............000.0
.1.1 b .otn. .__ <>0.00Stenographer
< and filing .rn.wJ'I..le
IU6.51S.8d 4. committee in Sec In the
exceed thirty 01.,1 (.
'ng eur.
& me"'lone I.. Implnm.n .Ir.i ______ __. .00Viwtago.
of thl. examinations shall and typist eu
compelby t. ,
olllc disrretion .
In the to ,
h. secretary
BilU in .1.1 t day., or s. "n..rn.
compLrlor'.___-.________ 88.81.8 due*, toe urn prdu.tlon of .n, books.recoeda. of the curt.upon..npod.d by the der.nd.nt I. to the comptroller and uch aa show. exp., telegram. t'h'llh.". 1,000 00 tary board of slate Institution .. .
litlls O..Dwn..o.. 1"11' or other euum.nt..Id..n. of the accrued cost of prosecution. .n Ir.I.rl. .h.1 forthwith be furnished Repair and oU., ". xp.._ L.OiIO.illii.ighta. ) secretary board of I..rd.n. .__ S.dtlO 0
.Itl .n..e.n. ,
..0ELm.w it examine the may call fuel and water ______.. 1.00000 .
1.06 may d.oe t . .to .n, Sec 7. Thai In prosecutions under thl. governor governor Executive clerk and stat to secy. .. 1,1111000 ; 0C.itlngi'nl
n.. h.e ___.__._. 000 00
necdWor time V.ntehman at capital
before at
maintenance for matter I. act the Information Indictment upon the comptroller e.I. exiH.n. nf state ._... 8,0000""
9 .OOQ.00 ft. All incident to .Rd.vl. of msxJe b any examiner or auditor <'.,,1'01 engineer .__n.-.. 600 00 _
following reiiorta
and Jun. -- & h..rn. charging may be In the any Menngrapher and tiling _ 1,820)) OilStenographer
or In..t..too.a."n., ,committee m.oton.e form : "that ol..n. defendant. A. I)., in the umkr tho pr.I.un., of thIs ... Three janitor. _ ___.______.___h 900.00 . _011,1_ l.KOil.Ov
In S..lo this be county and .tate. aforesaid unlawfully did pies 8. Ihat ftlon. 1HM.) 11111 190.191, enriency repair to Capitol Herrelary' ef Slat

Total for deficiency and 111. 7.e .t.t out of .1.1 .'ys .the atate a certain worthless cheek of tenor and effect 10&. .. 194. IllS, II . 19H IVI. toil>. 201 and o.h.expense ___1__u_.... 4,000.00tsmttrulicr 4hlef clerk ..._._... ...__.?_ 1. nO.noA..t '

.o. July 1 _. ...,...._, l). mj. not o.hewi appropriated and shall following that is say (ihers set forth the ZOI. loa and 204 .r Knn.ral atat chief clerk .... ...._ f.ODD' 00 4
L _______...__ __ 1.826.00A..tnt
"n.n. eomplvla .Ice plant.. IU.6b.UI p..e by "..' upon warrant drawnby check verbatim, all ndorsemcnta appear u.of the State of 'I.rld. 1221) creating Chl.o clerk _ u tellers patent and charter clerk .._. 1,01100Coeleeliolidefle.
t ___ 1.110000
___ __
n1 comptroller upon the requisition of.the ing thereon)" and no other or .me.of state auditor and asalntant stats chief 11.,1 u and filing clerk .._. I.ZnOOv 5
t,! 71.St chairman of such aommittee.Sec. ularlaatlon shall be neceasary. fidJ.hl: auditor prescribing their powers and dutiea.and,1 and t.1 n..' alerk 1.00000 Stenographer, and typist 1...- 1.100 n*
Beya* &hol 6. All laws and parts of I.. In conflIct for good cause being made to fixing their comiH-matlon. l be and the Aset. railroad 1.1. aaeaemMi clerk 901100Stenographer lion.OilHookkoeper 1..1... . telegram telephone .. U.o
paid and held byIxjwie and the same r- require the furnishing of a santo are hereby repealed and all ..od.t. .lr.e *v aaetnt .1.,1 A other .
Bill herwith b ..hereby may I 1".1. exiienlilgbts
blate BankLxchanire _______, I.325.89 pealed. ticular to the defendant where he Ir. *, book and property or whatever n..u. nool fuel and water _. ._' -__ 8.000.OiiWatchman "
Bank __________ a.III.UI &T. Thl. Uw shall take effect Immed- emh.ra.sed or prejudiced In the ... .Iun.ln. to such ollluee shall lie turned over Assistant bookkeeper, and ol.rl n__ 61)000clerk at capiutl _. .. ..__ 1.1011.00 .

Capital City Bank ___________ 1.178.11 upon its passaKe and approval by 1 the of aforesaid.Sec.his defense. by the generality of f.. to Sec. .7....That comptroller the by the,.,..the auditor state Auditing clerk auditing, .. _.1.,1'un_____.___.__._._____._ 1.000.01 l.OtiiI.Oil ('Hire'.,,It.1 engineer .. -. ____ ll000l! ) (> ,

ofllico unpaid 1.tlb.UBi. governor. this shall betaktn of Florida la hereby c.m..trl. and directedto Warrant clerk -.________ 1.010.01 J""IU' > n. -.1----- 1.H9000l.KIIO
in comptroller 1.6 l.71 Approved May g. 1921.CAPTER H. That nothing In act .IInr.e Bxiiens. ..1..1 election _1 2.500.00I
. need for tar held to repeal disparage any ex. prescribe a form of financialatatementa Appropriation, and austraott I.GI..O1'.o.lon roller
or it mpt
April May and Juno.m.nwnac.IVil .-. 80000.00 8400.-(No 6>. iatlng I..relative to obtaining money or or reiurt to be made l AN ACT t Sections 1444 and 1446 of property under false pretincea, nor the term commissioners and clerk of the circuit Asst pension clerk .le IxMikkmi-er.. UI.OI. chief clerk .__._--._ E.unnooUatlroad i
61.186.8 the alatuteo of Florida relating nor effeet of the n"o'l.ble.ln.tum.n. law court, and the rounLy board of public Instruction Supply" clerk 0 .uIU..h operator. 7(10( 00 *. telegraph assmnt. clerk It.000( OvAsat.
,.1 .
.. 4160.00Asst.
Grand Total -'3"2.166.14: ; to .. of the state of Florida. and the county superintendent of public Correspondence, and filing .1. railroad and tel asstnntelerk l.KOO) .00)cittfinigraphcr
Interest due to b.nk t April 16LhN.U.n.1 B* It rnacled 1> the the St.te Bee. W. All other law or ,..of 1._ In In.trolnn of esch of the cnunMee of the state correBpntitli and filing .I.r. 8M.10A..t. railroad assmt clerk l.fioo OnJloukkeein ) ,
.'.. l.nk. .c" _. 1.8,3.6 of Florida conflict with this act are hereby rp.I... of 1.,10.. which shall provide for and re- correspond anil filing el..I duo oo .r -......_. 1.00" r
N..i..1 .. .10 Section 1. That S.t.n 1444 of the revised bee. 10. This act shall take .r.t upn uulre accurate reliort of all the receipt. clerk .ctenographir. banking iiliU.ilti As.t. bookkeeper and clerk -__ 1.820.00 .

l.rn..t. .nk. lallahaaaee .... 867.11 general ...tul of J'lo"d b amended t road becoming a I.w.A.pre and dl.bu..mpn. unpaid ..rro. ..e .. ('lerk ..'no..h'r., blue sky low. 9"0.00 tioo.ooAssistant Auditing ol.rl -V __. _____ It.DUO.0(1As.i. ( j
Exchange hank T.I.h. t6.66C.uwo . ..1" May 10. lU21 eta and l.hlIU. of such uchform lu'oi'itory 0 I..kk..r . d clerk --.- _-_ 8 ooo'oi>
Bank. .. 41.11 1444. entitled to pension. ; amount and to sit forth a comprehenIvc Auditing and distributing clerk Uxredemption % arrant clerk I -- t:finnanApproprlntliina (
City Bank 'lallahautw .... ( provleo.-Any person who enlisted and served CIAI'TEI MOB-(No. 8)). and cumplile statement and report uf administration partnunl u -_ 90000tiockkeeiicr anil clerk

Ca"lLI in the military or naval service of the Confederate AN ACT ..m.od .lon lOIS revIsed general .ondut and condition, of the ft- lax nidi'mplion, ditit.. 6..01. lelislon .1..1 ..lllr..Unl__un__ 1.0"001,
8.712779Grand State durinir the war between the .t.tu. r'10110.. 1) 20 | Section IMC. vandal affairs of such county, and allSeparate 1.\11 clerk' Ux rvilempt ill '.1. (00 ASM. ,,, clerk and IHH.kk".r. l.ltuo.onrlupiily ,

Lt.1 .-126.761.8 Slatee, of the States. and did not divert . general .ut. of Florida, '920 funds thereof. Huote fvrtna may b* '" clerk tax A operator 1.fton 00
' It kneeled; by the L..I.t.. the Unl.e service who performed Section 1817. revIsed general ...Iel fMoriila. altered from time to Un by aid comptroller tlon department -.-__. ------. -810."C c..r.l.oud.n..1.rl .,"ll.r..h" ._.. lH2n 09 ,
of ll. fetal* of Oioridaibocton service In actual line .ne duty for a 19JO Section 1818. .. and he ehall have the powi' p.erlh.and l.iet. land entrIes use of assessor, *. ... ..,0 11". clerk.. I.(JO 00 .p '
1. That the sum of Sa26.76A or period of not leas than one year or who was statutes of Florida 19201 I Section IVJ5, revisid M-ftmubral roles for the effectual administration .Janitor. and vault keeper, leun..I.I.' AMI eorrcsi.onlenr. filing ."'rk.. I.880.00 1 1i.rls
ao much thereof .I. o.r be. and the In actual service at the time of the dose o' general statute of Florida 1SZO | allrotating and enforcement: of the' Jirovlitlmi.: of this l It r and '. .u.rl) -... ....... (0000 A .banking dept. 1.HIIO).nil I
hereby approprialcd. the Florida to the bureau of th. net! and to proscribe and niter, from time tu Attorney G.nsralAsalstant .t""lr..h. I
I la said for (lerk blue sky law.. Oil
.m. "a. .01.. In..i.t..d audi dUy n.ak.tnl .................... l.HOO.OnAsalslant "" l.HIIO I:
btaw Hospital and the Florida Induatrialbchool reason or diMse con tate of rlorlda. ...1 Section 182. time., such other f.rl and book .may. b .. Depository clerk and Uiokkeeiier .... 1,1110.00
for Boy. for the purpose of paying olfthe 1, while In,'oun'o'..I..e. ir wn visa t'h- revised general statute r'Iord., Itt.'O. pro. noceutry in ann.I.. witb and oonfui -__.._...- Auditing and dlntrlhullng for
Indibtednnu of .aid instItutions aa an tr.ot honorably..dineharKed. for any. cause, viding for an executive .. of the t th ..t Law clerk and atenographer, -.- 7AO.onCtneiat tan redemption dept. cl.,1 l.HOO,DO I''
forth in the above atauimt and t maintain, .and shall. have bona fide oltisen nf thl. marketing bureau of the state Florid R. M. it -hall 'the duty of tli. office and stenographer _._ DUO,00InnUlental lliH.kkeeH| in tax .' 0.1100: 03 .
thorn for the remainder of the .!lo ending tate for eight year' preceding to the fll- II* I fo."e: by th. Lcgialalar of th. Slat oiimmlasloner. and clerics of the elrciul. .IH.use* _.-- V 60..oil LIne clerk tax redemption ilo..i.,7L-_ .Oik" 0'

80 1621. inn of hia claim for pension shall each of 0,10. court and the county b.r'l.of public furrhase of IH.k. _-.- ItBO 00, reo. tax n.d.imiillon dept.., l.llno 00 i.
.une 2. 'J'h. Act being an emergency .PJiroprlation (800 per annum In monthly, payment .of $-6 . That Section lllo. revIsed general Ion to make out. fill eubserllie such report Hook cast* and office fixtures 1001)0 list land .n"I.01,1 UK* of sseMiira noJnnltor I.BOo.UO t r
take enuct immediately upon of the of county flnancea upon St.te 1 reasurerOhlnf
.1.1 each. statute lorida. IDilO relating tu or statements and vault keeper (cumpirul.ler .

.p.r.1 by Governor.Approved I'rovided. however, that no soldier or t O.rk..lnO bureau of the .Uhte. of .'Iorld. b tlie "or forms by as..Id comptroller the clerk .. -_- 1.2000(1 onAeat ( and I..ur'l) ._._.... ._. aoo.00aannnn
1.1. .
to ( hler and bookkeeper
April 27. Wl.Ba widow. who the aa follows from time to .t a. 1.111 GeneralAalatnt
a ptnsion.'now on be reouired pension rl . 1316. r'.e. I I. hereby Created la the department Mocuraey and completeness. of_ the sam* tl the. cashier and bookkeeper ...... 960.00Sticurltle .lon. __-_ ......... i I
nAI'1'ER 7-(No. 8)). e.wln. .1.1 of .rlcultu. a I..rk.t.o bureau best of their knowledge."OI belief clerk soil bookkeeper ..- Iioii.iiuCrrnniiondi'iice : . .... -
fund for completing and funhe preideefur.hth.i.n of state and the with the of and tiling clerk I .. flon.OllSon: '.MO.OO ;
AN ACT to provide and shall be kn".n tile same ouml.trlh. :
equipping buildings now under con applicant for a pooion .nd. marketing i. Th.oll. . the state of rlorlda. at such times .. the ..amemay ('uo\hln *.,..n. ............ .wulltlOOll Jaw clerk and .tenographer I ........ 1,BOO no 'I
cen.l. who .. cmm..lon. h..b Iltineesi) .
tam previously made proofof office and tuimgrapher I .. LOuD 0>) f
Florida State forWomen ..I..r fur and required by said comptroller. .
traction and ft shah of upon b. I'uatag
Col. service, under former .. eu., U. .o..nor c.le Incidental . . ..... .
proofof 01)Ono.OD
any ete's' ftiin ) .
at Tallahassee ; Whereal i ncc- the recommendation the ., of insurance actuary _ . 1,ROO.On ::::
: "
service the I'tirchas of hook. .. ...
meet of this .t. .._..... ( ,
Hary to provide .much room and equipment r.qulemen. agriculture to appoint a state marketing comnilsaloner. lies I). That It .hall lie 11. duly nt the Insurance clerk and I.IMIO.on ,
although nut now ..k..r case and iiffio fixture .. ....
.possIble for the Florida Btate CoU not make.n rl. .h.1 who shall hold .m.for a 1.m of clerk of the circuit .un. ..d county *u- < cintl}igent extiensea. deiit, 7511.Oittomrniasliisr 11.,1 Stt 80000A.slslanl .
I" for Women at Tallahassee blo. or- that b IU'r t. of thl. proof .r two year unl_ removed by tho governor for erlntendent of ,.uhl. In.I..olun of each such of AgricultureThief ('hi,'? elerk Treasurer i& 0Th'
apply to .
of term of .c.h.1 .. to .tl.* ofllcea clerk of 1.5110.00) 141)0011
ginning ) cause.hoc. county preserve dept. "
ril : all hoe who members .. I."lu.
and whereu.htlL are .. unlinlihe clbulldlnK. tb Flor'Reserves S. That Section III. ..I.u len..1 In a substantial liook provided fur that purios Clerk agricultural A Immigration dlv 900 tilt Cashier and bookkeeper ..-_. 2.2119.90 I
Khould Iw finished and also Lho. known .Hum. .. of A..t ranhlir and bookkeeper 1.lion) .oilrlecilrltie r
at said college .11.1 Olard. .luL.of Florida IW O. .,1.101 1 | *. complete and accurate copies very Clerk and etenngrephir. ", .ulurl
and equipmd .h vacation period .er In the .Ic. of the state kiting bureau of the 8t. t'lolca beainenied such financial reiMirt statement with the anti Immigration divlalon. -n__ .- ((100.00tiuo clerk and iMHikkeeper __ 1,HOO 00 .
and for which cnt.c. b Immediately ida during the war between the the ) tn read .. rolo. t .1" and affidavit thereon which said In land "''vl.lul ..__ . .onflno orreepondetiee and filing clerk tliit.Ii) 1
let. Unlt Stt.; prvid..d further .. pro. 1810 "The Mat. commlealoner report and record hall lie "r of the puh- (1..1 A tmigrapber.. divisIon on tontlngent' exlxinee . ._..._.. l.onn.DO
Be It Eo..d by the Legislature l *f th. Stale act shall apply 1 those who '.1.. the sum of V3.0UO per annum lie records of saId cO.ltl.I open at all (lerk field not dlvl.l.n 1.00____ 1.OliiI.OOClerk Isoten-| . .-? SIlO 1)0
of Flore. were m'mb. of the militia any of the .h.1.I.r. and he and hi. e"u'hl or hia as. timea to the use and Inspection of the public.tire In prison division ... 1.001,01on liiaiiriiice actuary . _._. (.000.00)
That the 11.1 10.r of Education .. who saw actual service In .1'.n. .1.1 be .10.o.1..1 .. 10. That all of said reporUi mad C leek and stenographer. Held ft pris Insurance clerk coil bookkeelNir .._ 2.00000) t li
of the State of the State the Confederate service for at hast one year, nse. of the duties of hi. aforesaid to th* comptroller shall likewise b __ -_. .- 600.00 Contingent expense Insurance dept.. 1.(00.01))
Hoard of Control of the State v( Florida are or who .. In the service at the end of the office to be lined at the discretion of ,the, com xcpt by him for permanent reference, and b Clerk,divllon food and drug, C of Agriculture .
hereby authorlied to compete the buildlngihereinafter war .ne who have been bona fide ..10.0.of mlsaioner, not to exceed (2,000 per annum, said .uhject the Inspection of the public at "U'fertiliser and citrus fruit.1..1. 1.000.00 t hief clerk dept. of agriculture ..... (,000.00 I
named for the FlorIda St. Col-) the .of Florida for fifteen ....i prvld.d expense lie set forth In Itcmiaed Btateim time. Said comptroller c... each of aaldrepnrta 1..0.and atoiingraphvr '.01 A Clerk agriculture A immigration div, l.HOO.OO
logo for Women at Tallahaiuee ...., to further, that any soldier or sailor who p. 'ntM .hal . and presented tn< the com.missinner In condensed l.n.h.1 to be liubli.hed In drugs, stoat feed, fertiliser.u.and elu Clerk mOth stenographer, agriculture
equip the cause, and t carry out the proviaiona formed actual *,'.Io for a period of one 1 of agriculture and both salary andtraevling at least one issue of sonic newspaper' published rue fruit llvlslon. and prlvato . soil Immigration division ....... 1,200.00
of this Act the of 70UUU.IU ia herebyappropriated n, more in line duty and wa absent from ..|. .... ahall be payable monthlyout In the county from which said reports shmilt for the eommlsMlnn _-- finO.00 Clerk In land division ._...... l.HOO 00
to be used aa fullowa Iwll hi. command at the time same was mustered of the funds derived from the ..1.of fer- tie received and cause a copy of such publication Clerk In shell fish division .____ _. 901.01) ( Clerk ar stenogiNpher land, division I,200.00
For cml.I"lm. Reynold. hall .00. ,. out upn. furlough granted him after January tih. .lamps In the ..0. manner .otherstate to be t' to the governor for lost..".. agricultural department v. 1,00000 lerk fli'Id note division _..-. i 1)911.00) .
IOU.OO l .. liinrniary, ao.UUU.UU .hal not lie praumcd' to have ollldcrs and employee are paid" hi. Inl..m.Uon. th. expense of which publications Feinting. .'."". aUick feed and fvr Clerk In prison division ._ .... .2,000.1)0) I
for .qui'me. for inllrmary $1.000.Ul; for deserted tho .01.1. and shall b entitled to apen.lin Sec. 8. That Section 1817, revised general ahall lie paid from the general fund of mixer divisions __..._ ... 1000.00 ( tint A atenographer fli'III anti prison I.00.00 4 !r..rd Bali l .6UI( ; fur coroplel- under the provision this act. un. atatutea of Florida 1P20, relating to the marketing the county and lh county school fund respectively. t'rlntlng quarterly bulletins, ag. dlv.l.xtra 1.6(10.onBOD Clerk pure l ail drug stock feed
,, bchool $7,0uo.; for conuiltitinii. hess proved to be a deserter and provided further bureau of the .... of Florida lie ; printing Immigration purMi.e .On fertiliser anti citrus fruit division 5,000.00
(ILh.n. 914.UOU t for equltimcnt for earn. ..5OOOl ,- thai a discharge from a prisonby amended to read aa follow. i Sec. II. That the comptroller shall have rftl>re.s and telegrams, ag. dept. .... 800.1)0) C'lerk and stenographer lure fond a\ '
on. boiler, $2.0l>o. and In the ev.nt reason of sickness where .uch sickness Is 1817. "The m.rk.tnI commissioner shall tli* power and it hail be his duty to cause ... 'Jfavollng and othir contingent ex druua stuck feed fertiliser and ct.|
that there should be a doAcioncy in one of shown by official' rord and also by positive have, his ,' ...Id hold his ofllc In the pry financial revert or statement' to lie examIneil .pensea of commissioner of .".. rue fruit division and private stenographer I
those appropriations and an cxceM in another proof shall not 10 con.ld".e a desertion of city of ".rk.un.le. od niKin the approval ofthe and ".rW.e on. tit the auditor orexaminers Lure or authorised agent on official, for ootninlHsiun ....". |,200.00 i
that auch excew may b* used to cover such the Conrcd.'rate "o..rnm.n\. comml.lon.r .lrl.ultu. may employa ,. h..lnart. provldei.WheneveC bu.lmwa only _ u"u ... flflfl.00Stationery Clerk In shellmih division _-. i noil oo
dolielency, much thereof the lame will but .. I'o.lilgii. agrlclutur diprlmiint .. 2 <>00.00
or *o See. x. That Section 14 of the revised .1..1 or clerk .h.n neeesaary. at no In the coil other contingent exN ,
cover. general"of lorida h amended t read the exiienae of the m.rk.tL. commissioner the same may be ,.qu.i., or neeiwsary, and | >nse agricultural dept. ..,-._ 000.00 riming al.miMt, mock feed and fertl-
8eo. 2. The sum of (70,000 l> hereby appropriated a. loluw., Iowl: exceed the aum of (26.010 .nnl.I, for that puriwee, .f thl books (if account I'rlntlrg ton thousand ....__.. I.OilIi.0Q user division - 2,00000
for the purposes herein Mated out of 148. of deceased soldier or sailors 1 he sum of (25.000) annually. or nf the county treasurer, .1011 of the elreuitcourt 1'iibllc I T'rlntlng tiuar. bulletins agrl dept' .. H.Olio.00 9! '

the .,.t treasury of the state of Florida from ii. pension. ; amount lirovhio.-The i. carry out the 1 county .. . board of Chief lu..rnt.ndon\. . ._ 1.20 on Extra printing Immigration purp ieB 1,ODD 00 4 ,, i
any fund not otherwise .PI.r.I.I. and theaame widow of any deceased soldier or sailor who :Irfor thl. O.'t. .1b appropriated I :; public In.trrU. and county superintendent AMI .1"11 clerk and .... 100.01, toll'grams, sun ilept. .._. 1.000.09 .t'4.

.h.1 be paid by UI"n the state enlisted and served in the military or naval of eorv.d the sale of of public In.truction. and other county officer* Certificate clerk .. -......... 911.0U) raveling and other contingent expense ,.
..Un drawn b, this comptrl. upon reCjUiaitiona service of the Confederate state. during the er stamps, to aame manner aa .halt b* open to the inspection of the .m,1 Aid eertlflcato clerk, tenographcrand of cnminlssloner of agriculture. 5

.,' by of the between the State of the United States all other state expenses are paid." tmller or his repreenlatlv. filing clerk _ __.__..___... 7BOOO or authorised agent, on official p P
atat board cn.rl. or In nia absence ,the. and..I did not desert the ... *. and who per See. 4. That Section, lain, revised general.tatute. Hec 12 That If any county commissioneror Stenographer ,_..______....._ i(in.on biiMine, only - ........ gf)0) 00 4.
governor or of the atate b.r edneatloB. servIce in actual line of duty for a of Florida 11120 ..I.lnl to the mar clerk of the circuit' court or any member of l'fMtge. contingent' cap.. 8,1(10.00Trayrling Stationery and other contingent em- '

*I<0I8ec. foroe of not I I. than on. year, unlee Incapacitated k.lo. bureau of the . rlorlda b the county hoard of public Instruction or plnUnl..p"n. .upt. ...... VBOO pens grl. duyt, ......... 00.00Jtublniling
8. Thl. Act .hl take effect Immediately lor such. duty b reason of death .m.nde to mail .follow i county superintendent nf public Instruction Snlarte 'I,,, two., .1.1.h.MI In._ and liurtiias'To. maps,

upon ita 1. .approval by the wounds .1..1 or disease . In 'IJcfuie entering upon the dischargeof hftll decline .Iu. or fall to make. ubserlhe term, each ...-___.......... 1000.00 p1st., fIeld uvte* of Mpnlah grant 5.,
sovcrnor.Approved. actual linn or who con.ow w.oherw,.* honorably his duties commlnaioner. or swear t .to file with laid comptroller any Traveling expenses two rural achoolInspectors known *. the "Fnrhe riirclias1.. 1,800.00iuperintcndenl

April 27. 1921. ,for any cause, ha not the state marketing commissioner ahall give of aald In.nnl.1 .tatementa or .tlm. required ,earh _____.__......... 28.01)) ( *f Publla Instruction
married death of said husband pro. bond In the mum of (10.000 payable to thegovernor by th. at the time required' by thecom'trolior Slat Chemist Chief clerk _-- _-------.?. 8.41)01)0A ) ) 5 e
CHAPTER 8S 8-fNo. 8). .n. of the atato of Florida for ua of ., ef .t. chief clerk and Btatlstlclan ... 1HUO.00Cartlncar I
AN of vided that ueh subsequent marriage hall not t' th 1..10. thl Stele Chemlat __.....____..?.._. 1.80.00
ACT for the relief of W. M. Holloway, the of Florida, which bond . exec. .. ..._ .
Tallahaeaem prevent any widow ov. the see of forty year* etato b or If any mush .. clerkor AMU .t.t.hl.t. dr.._ elerk ... 1,80000Aeet 4
FloridaWhereaa. thud by come surety company of the board of publi.instruction ertnct! clerk ".
of deceased soldier from drawing a pension t b approved any m.mlMw county Aaat. tnograihr
W. M. Holow., mil appointed of under. the provision of *ct. if said mar. by the eocretarr of elate, _.dtln., that the or county superintendent of publicinstruction AMU .t... ehmlt'01. oil. .__.__?. 1.111)000 1.011.01) filing clerk-------------__? l.nOOOrtnngraphr i

.rural< 101 I"pto. governor .th ,1.". haa been thl drslh or decree In.h..r. markatiner contmlMinner . truly' shell knowingly or wilfully mak. Aast. stat feedatuff. _.__. ononn . .--. .?__.._ 1.20000 I,,
ata of ommle.loned dl.I.e oml.t
t'lord.. "hall ,to receive the *"0 account for. and well and lawfully apply all .. . subscribe, swear to, or file nny *uehfinancial Chief .Iork. division _?. .on I'nstage. printing contingent *xp... (.01)1)).00
,Inspector 1 .. A..I 2 H. Ivltfl Dnd. the) pr hundred .per annum.In pay. money which may some into hi. hanria In hisitlleiai report or statement which .hall h ''h.Inspectors, chemical division .. 1.100.01 Traveling exp, slats .upt .-.. 7(1)00 .
of lon l m of. .. Law thereupon of Florida.entered' .merle th.monthly of d.lar. dollars each ; capacity .the law 01.'. and that h false, Iniomplete or untrue In any respect, raveling ....."... three InspectomTraveling 1.011.10( H.larli* two rural school Insp t each. 1.000,00 s 2
provided such widow shell have resided In thIs will well and faithfully ""or the . otherwise in any reapeet violate any of theprovisliina exp. atato chemist A ***t.Cxvmrnerclal . 'I raveling expense two rural school S
.Upn the dute. of o.h office or employment for a period of eight years required of him by law." of thla aet or any of the rule soilregulations apparatu Inclilen- Inspector, each ..._.-.. 1.2(000 1
edu aisle
th. of the elate board of .ontn..u.l, Hec. D. .That Section 1826 revised general.tatutea herrln lie .ne Kiel < hemlelBlt
of filing of her .r.'d f. b 1 1 laboratory ( ooooooo
pen- .h.1
e.tnn. and continued in such office and t next .. th. <.t.further that from andafter nf Florida 1120. .1.I'nl' to the marketing guilty of a mlmlemeanor, and upon S.' I..t"'d Incidentals. 'pur------ chemist .. ... .. 8,0no 01Asst.

of the duties thereof until the 12.1 lon 11.10 l "r.ld"this aet. no pension will bureau of the Florida, be tie shall be punished by . "" t.r no --- _.- ; slats chvtnlst, food A drug .. .01)0 00
December, lull, .ne ssid the paxsage widow whose marriage to read .follows more than one year in the county jail or : stats ei.L' :. .:-:::: i AwL .tat chemist, fertlllaer* ..._. 3OhiO.0o
W.Whereas M. the .. requisition of the for lie allowed to any June 1. lOll i provided such. : "The c.mml..lon., of ..rc.lhl.and line not ..dln. (0.000 or b.lh. In the dlaeretlon ', :state.laboratory- ______ ._ (1)0.00 Asst. stat. clM'mlst, oils ...-._.. eonO 00
school Inapector
rural subsequent
Holow., under the marketing .omml.i.o. ... con- of .un. Railroad Commission Asst state oliemlst. feeilntuff. _... S.OOOnQriilef I.
", the tm. from the 28th day of Amrtint.1D19. widow I. otherwise .1.111. further 1.1. suit .d.I... adopt and promulgate to shippers fiee. 18. Ihat If any county cnmrnliwloneror and expense railroad. onm.mlolon clerk, chemical divlalon ...... 1.11)0.00 V .< I
.and Inoludln. December 12, 1019. of. ions of this aett 7 ..required to make throughout thia state rule and regulation for clerk or any member of the county board of 8.1.,1. . _,.. ,.?. 11.810.01 Three Inspector chemical dlvlalnn .. ( 400 no(

. lot .pprv. ptate .ullnwnd.nL ...1 widow .h.1 not husband' ,... but *uehwldnw the inspection of quality, the trth'ul honest public Inatructltm or any county superintendent Of which amt secretary shall be palil 1,000.00 Traveling exp. tbr*. Inspectors .... I,flnu.00
s for pavment.. proof nf h. .. amiinr branding of each package the of public .1.1 f.l. d.ln.. Prison ItapartnentBalarle. Traveling exp., chemist A assistant 1OuiO.0G

.'; !; Inv .: df W. Hollow. Wee ": of any such d.r..r", l ,011.pension or "0. prhlbllnl of any shipper having the benefit i>r refuse to make, .lhrlb .. .. II. ., chaplain .tate convict ___ 150.00 Chemical apparatus avid Ineldentala,
de in" not a de jure who would have .olto through the marketing bureau .
r; If her said bus.hand or return any of a..m.n.. ror tin* of commissioner of ..* tate laboratory .. .. ..... 1,00000
or err the dul.of th said office dee thl. .e., .h.1... already. been receiving who .i not strictly nbrv and ob such. reports or .1.1 knowingly mk., &. InstItutIons In conducting matler.pertaining Sample and Incidentals, pure food
. rmpluJ.n.and shall rl. .d regulations In tb Jnp..Uon. packIng subscribe or to any financial statement to ." iiept ., __ isnnoo
the time of hIs .1 prl.on .1. pay - --- ---- -
.. th.said W. M Hullnway wan tintofnolally .n.lon under thIs act at that all re.reiving . .hl..lnl of .. or report which .h.1 lie false or Untrue In able from .'.1. prison 1,20000 l'wxtg, .tat chemist - - --- Iioo.oo
advIsed that hi. .I"I rqul.hnn.ould Provided h.w..r.. person heretofore productMi" any particular otherwise .1.1. .n, legislative DepartmentExpense Janitor, state laboratory -. ..... ollO.OO C
not b.11..0 b, orln. pension unl. special amount acta they Sec. A. That Heetl'tn 1824. revived generalatatutea rule nr regulation adopted under th . 1..I.tur. 1921 ._ .10'),000( .00 Itallread f nmmlsslnrlalarle
ndent of on or .ou. passed hall In l.u of the Inn. of thla act, It be the of theoonititrohler ( and Kit commleslon
Dbio paid semerat of Florida. 1920. authorising the appointment .1.1 H.p..* 'our expense 86,0no 00
the be y
day November. now receiving .. fact to the Of whIch
t thr.unlr of an executive committee for the to governor . 18,7(000 mount th* secretary may
r hWb. the compensation fixed by law far and the same that all .n.lone. marketing bureau of the ataut of Florida b*. of th.late of Florida and L.h states Contingent .our.. ... _. _- 1(000) b* pai.i c salary of -.,-,.._ 8,40000 'I
achool In lldftflfl.1 coiltraveling paid under thl. .c. county proper _. 49U ftl l'ri.,1. ll.pertmenl
In."to. and nf In and the same I. hereby repealed .. .0101.1 Clerk per diem under Sec 1771 u
icpen.e* the pr..n. 8<*. 8. Th.t.1 part See 7. shall take effect upon Itapassage ounty. The failuie .. of any countyconimiseloner rieirk aa librarian under Hec. 1715 .. 60.01 SalarIes, chiplaln. slat ennvlet .. l.BOO C) 4.5
of their dutle up to the amount pl conflict h..lth h..I. .. .Io. Thl.c by the governor or upon elk of the circuit court member Repairs for aupnim court buIlding For usa of .ominisaifiner of state In.

annnm. andWhereaa. See. 4. .h.1 .t the. ., Ita becoming a law without the approval of of the .t board of publle Instruction and l.ot and fertllixer ....-- KB.00 titutlnn. In comliMtlng matter
the amount duo the .aid W. M I ly pannage "rvl by gave countauperlntondent of public .
upon th* governor or any Sheriff uprem court, diem under pertaining to prison affair. py.alii
Holloway.. .rural school Inspector (emil the nor. or noon its becoming c law without th Approved Mar 6. 1921. tion to conform or comply with any It" flee. 2610 _......p__..-..__ (0000 from the state prison fund.. K.BOO.OO S'
Kith day of Amraat. 1919. np to and Including "0''' '* approval.Approved povllon of th. asS or auoh role ragu. Mnger - .___ ..._._.._... ItO Oil Supreme Caurt
the lath day of Pecemher 1919 amount May 2, 1921. .. b prescribed under the prevision Secretory Supreme Court Justice 1.80000 Salaries supreme court judge ...... 27,800.00
.8..t.( and that the traveling expense of CHAPTER 8404-(No: 9). this .h.1 b cans for removal A tat L court juMtlee .. 9(10( D contingent xpnse ............ 000009 l'1
said W. M. Rolloway .mnun. during such CHArR $1. AN ACT to eonaolldato the auditing and examination by the governorSea. a' 4utleea ____.. 1.7000' C'i.rk. per dIem, under Sec. 177ft.... BB9 00 54.
time .( which .ld.o.O by AN ACT t and punish the offense orp of stats and *oanty finance f to 14. There shall be .Jn. by the I'urahaffo of books, supreme court lib 1.0.00 Clerk a* lIbrarian under Sec. 17B8 .. (Of) 00
a 'tatemont andWhereu. _lng rthli'is cheeks In the stale of. provide for the auditing and examinationunder ."vm" with the eonnt p.II. Rhtetrlelty water and lee .__ (00 0 Itcpalr. for aupremc court building

.le Hoi Iowa f ha. not Florida. and providing certain rule of evtdence the direction and .upervlaioa of thegovernor ePe.d diacraet ..ell. Hn4 Fuel for .l"h..-..___._._??_. (00. and plants and fertiliser ..._ 291 0*
_.Ivo any *..o ennui o money .salary and certain form ef thatmay and comptroller of .1 ..o four In l"m. for th pure One furnace) and yardman _._...... 00.00 Sheriff supreme court, per diem, under
or t..ln. rxtiemi for II. service .rural he ue In pm.eeutl.wi. an< art *. record w.r.nt. ..n tranaartlon. pa** carrying out ..I.lon stile Klcetrlelan and elevator man for .. Seo 1608, genr.l statutes ..? (000
.. nor other person on.eqiond B. It Fn. by th. Ugilt f the Btat of .1 ..I 0.1. and officer ... and who .h.1 hold eonssnisatoll at promo court bnliding A...*. (00.00 *Ies.jnger . -........... (K).OOrleeretary
any. or tramline erpetiae* for the as FloildmiSection of the ..1 euoU.of th atoto I pleeanre .. Jdietl Ifepsrtsseut to supreme court justices I,400.00A
C .n of time. mentioned therein therefore 5.! That It .h.l b* unlawful for cheek any p.l. for report the *am .b m.d .:1 auditor dish b* ;aw'th n .I"I.- ".I.r. udilal department ...... ((.OOO.00 set. eey.. supreme court justices .. 1 Boo M

lie the .af th. 8 .niSI. .
I-.I.t. being at thereof the and authority for _- auditor and .a
., Florida l without there tm. with n.r power sling ... Ineo. by th and "pens** of of book*, supreme court lib I.BOO 00
Reetlen 1. That the sum of .2B..8 .adthe dent fund on or t hl cn 1'' and pr".lo of examiners op\e the purpose of BarryIng from Justice ......... 1,00000 rMeetrtelty light, water, toe ._.._ 100.M
same t hereby appropriated out any the drawee n.m. therein t ...b pay.. thl art to .,. f.| oat th .of thl act. shall h allowed Expena circuit jodge sitting on supreme Fuel for heating ..--..?...._. 1,IttO.0*
money In state treasury not otherwls aofoprlated ment of same upon presentation pea.enviable L repeal Section SM. 19. U", 181. 19Z, .nd paid .pp.v.1 the bench --.-.-__..-___ (00,00 On furnaec and yardman ........ goo 00
th b* paid th* meld W. M. Hoi- time after negotiation pm"do. that* >1. 194. 19ft. 19*. 197 198. 199. tot. SOI. comptroller, except traveling pena** Incurred Crata adjudged against th... In electrician and elevator man for >u-

Iowa" for the salary .t travelingerpenaea a that this section shall not apply .n cheek-1 202. 201 and 104 of the revised general 1 by this auditor or examiners when aa In. .1,1 eaa _._.____.__ 1000 prem court building ....__... fOO,00
much raral sehool Inspector rendered and ewn where the payee or holder .been eiproselynotified ul of the stoic of Florida, creating the .U..Uo. under .h dl.Uon and eupervletonof Z. lrenlt sItting In Judicial ep.rtiel 5

.nded hv him durini the time he .O In prior to the ".win. or uttering of of the state auditor and assistant gtab th governor rd t>,the term of ot..01..1. . ..________..__ 40.0 Salaries JudIcIal! department ........190,000.OOJaror
suet e.nacltr. ..m.that the drawer have on depositor udftor, and preaeriblna their duties and thIs .In which ea* .t.v.ln.expense. ."mln.1 court judge sitting and wit,..* before gr, jury..xoO,000 ..

***, ?. The Comptroller hi hereby ..thr., hla credit with the aforesaid drawee .sufficient power t t repeal all laws In onfllet, with hall allowed and paid .1,.1. approvalby ) .o.In ob' ._______ 11.0 fUrward for and expense of arrests
"< anij directed, and require draw fund to Insure payment for th 1'.10 of this act I and t ..1. .b governor. Xxviens* atata'a attorney *f fugitive from Justice .... S,000.00
Punt on State trea.iirr for t. the n.H an"; f. *. That It shaH be unlawful any " th w.I.Uo of any ._ 1$. That th* governor shall employ an lug In other circuit -... 110.00 Egpcnae ttlreult judge sitting on *u.

.. (.28) ti. favor of W M. Holloway. and to knowingly utter. .t the another time.thereof good pr.I.lon. of \. and accountant for ..1 tIme .mmyhe Salary of court reporters, eaeh .... 600,00itstlenai prm bench --_,__._.._.._ 1,000*
< H. .
the ta Bute
the "tat treasurer hereby ennlre pat any cheek with knowledge 1, necessary a full complete audit Guard af Werlda Coats adjudged .gainst slat In civil
th samex.e. 1 t that th drawer of said check I i without .I\rrJId of ..1.the state comptroller at Ralary of adjutant general -___ 8.00000 cases . .. .................._ too 00MOOO
on deposit with th draw* L I. It shall b* the the comp. th The Mid auditor National Guard. In elreuit Judge In
|. TOils act shall take effeet Immediately fund o least *l .eaeh year. t I..n Poid. sitting
eve,,, Its heeomtne Uw.Approved .n' of same Don, .0'. .may b n.r. make a. of arab .."I to the "ov..n. .nr. alarlac, ether lrenlt . ---_ ....._. *
a within a reasonable time and at least once year, a 8" eiiaminatlnn and for .r paid, upon re4ctsltlnn allowanc and gn operating *xp. tn.OVB.00Preaervlng Expenve criminal court Judges alt-
A"rl S9 191. & 8. That it .hall b. .. and audit af all aeeonnt records ..uh .I.h.1 h compensation the peace -_......_ (.000( .00Th ting In other countiea ..-----.. 260.00Eapen.ea
Jhe drawer of cbck. t withdrawfrom voucher papers, warrant and all other t>mp- time engaged. sum for *> appropriation for preserving the peace of state's attorney acting

- AN ACT ta R ennimlttees of the l erts. the funds ". deposit with such d. neeea. custody of. all (tat* for out the proviso for service In th* ,to preserve Salary of court reporter. each ... 1,190.00
several flee. 18. carrying
mclmlnlmt'Toaths mar? M In.u.payment of said cheek upon presentation the Mantle of this .tele and T.t and will revert back the at the National
: herebyappropriated treasury Guard of florid . 6 L of this the of (\ la t 5
t.u" a reaMinabl time after tain th* eorreetneee of mush book of lon sum \8.0/0 '
dueea .prwlne.tlon .. of any moneys In cad of each period Salary of adjutant general ........ 4.1)00.00
of documentary..1 *,1mee and to rrwvl gotistlon. with Intent thereby to defeat the record, .. t. traneaetion of snob annually o not otherwise ap"Kee. Repair to armory at Key West ._ .000.00 Est.eviac Florida national guard Including 5 I
nenalty for .wearln faire), bfo. payment of said, 11 upon presentation to and the shall submit their b.ok th general' ..u Co-oiieratlon with U. S. war department rent of armories. slarte

cork. the drawee ".n.ll. time after of ..nt record. voother paper, w.r 17.' That all taw* and pane of law laonfllet t 900.94 allowance and general operating S
"e mlt. f and w.h Intnl t ." rn.. property t the lOlO Mlecelli._ . _ .... $6,060.00 A
It notltlon. cf expense
: the !t.t this ? ----
t P. "... L. .. S T\ ..k" wherever a. th comptroller, o punk person aa. .dawlamat .ll th p.lloM .c ..


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PAGE SIX to Long Branch near Green Cove.
a1 I tlves in Jacksonville several days of ed as improving.
-ioiaoi==== OQO.dlel'heP. Friday.Mr. --

': -- =3Qc30i==oc30i FarmersT0 ,' last Henry week.Bennett of Jacksonville\ was THERESSA and Mrs. Ben Sasser, of Starke

1 1 r ro' Bradford County I' transacting business in Lawtey Fri visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
t day and Saturday Theressa, Sept. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. ,M. Brown recently.

Oc;;;;IV ....--.: - noc-oQOt-I I Miss Ruby Teston and sister of P. M. Geiger spent Sunday at Waldo Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Youngblood and
p IIo 0= all at first. membership. There are local organ- Jacksonville visited relatives in Law- with relatives. children left Saturday for their homein
than from
' PREVENT SOREHEAD' IN POUL few bens food left is needed for hens to izations already in practically every tey during the weekend.D. Mr. and Mrs D. J. Phillips and children Larkins, after an extended visit
Animal left last week for Larkins) here with their parents Mr. and Mrs.
TRY only a few hens in community of the county. Uigginbotham, of Starke was a
pay. If there are sufficient business visitor to Lawtey last week. where they will make their future C. A. Youngblood and Mr. and Mrs

'i" :' Specialists\ of New Jersey have estimated the flock possibly Otherwise they can meats Ret must Escambia-This county has a rightto Rev. II. H. Black was a visitor to home. I.. G. Sibley.D. .

W that sorehead costs the poultry bugs Clabbered etc. milk can be substituted be proud of its agricultural devel. Starke the first part of the week. I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown were \V. Swindel of Hampton was a
I I $1,000,000 year be added. filled his the visitors to the county metropolis visitor here Friday and Saturday af
I men of that state $ for meat scrap. Do not feed opment this year. Carlot shipments Rev. E. D. Boyer regular .among
; This disease breaks out to date is 400 percent at the Baldwin Baptist Saturday. ternoons.
in eggs lost. much scratch feed (grain). Give of farm produce appointment
;; there In autumn when the pullets are too mash meat scrap, milk, etc.), ,' in excess of all of last year. The church Sunday. Messrs. H. E. Moorer and P. M. Smith Manning of Starke visited

i ; kbout mature and when many of the more ( scratch. poultry products have increased at Miss Ida Blass, of Jacksonville\ was Geiger were visitors to Hampton on relatives! here a few days last week.
1 I hens are laying. pound for pound the hens well. They need I' least 300 per cent since last year. the guest Sunday of Mrs. E. D. Boyer. Wednesday.C. Cleveland Lee who has been ill at

I ""i : Sorehead shuts off egg production 6. House Mr. and Mr. Ury Gunter left the A. Youngblood and son, Lonnie his home at Lakeside has been removed -
of January
', I. ; and retards the growth of the chicks. shelter from the winds and from Gadnden-The community service first of the week to spend a few days spent Thursday at Graham with relatives to Hampton where he could
of ,
leery year one or two dozen moreeggs from the rains of wild summer animals and I, club of Gretna is raising money for with relatives near Raiford. returning home Friday.S. 1 have closer attention. His many

j I would have been laid, had dreaded it not I the thieves attacks at all seasons. "choollmprovement. Much tobacco isbeing Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jacksonville, B. Woodard was a' visitor to i' friends are glad to learn that he is

beet. for the ravages: of this sold now. spent Sunday in Lawtey at the homeof Starke Saturday. improving.

., i her parents. Rev. and Mrs. E..D. Messrs. Albert Beck and Jerry Mill Blanche Humphrey of Brooklyn .

investigation!( on 62 farms of New. FALL HATCHING I Liberty-Many of my corn club boys Boyer. Keene of Hampton were victors here was a visitor here Sunday aft r-
i, Jersey has shown big money 101lsell.i field-selecting seed corn for nextyear's Dock Norman and family of near I. Sunday afternoon. noon. .
work is constantly are
i On July 1. 1921, that state sorehead.Iturinr started. actnipa'pn Interest poultry Farm flocks are crop.Santa 11 i Raiford, visited relatives in Lawtey P. M. Geiger was transacting business Calvin Triest, John Hall and Samuel .

I 1 to stamp out I Saturday. in Starke Saturday. Woodard motored to Hampton on
rain, and poultry productsof I w
and improved
seasons of heat being I B. Roney of the visitor -
I the out Presiding Elder J. W. A. Jones was among Sunday afternoon.
for It being put on Rosa-We shipped
a sorehead, better quality are SI'C-1
take steps to prevent Jacksonville, held the third quarterly to Hampton Saturday. ,
Is better can scarcely carload of sweet potatoes this II
that prevention market and yet the supply ond I
Is always true I conference at the Lawtey Methodist Johnnie Williamson of Lake Butler, Only One "BROMO
this season fill the demand. Those having good: week, the farmers getting $1.10 net .
A During
a1 ; than cure. church South last Sunday morning visited friends here Sunday. the genuine, call for lull name. LAXAriVKDKOMO
n y of flours of sulphur in products for sale will\ always be able far them. Dr. Sanborn extension i Let QU IN LOoldonlWDa.ure i otS.
place a pound I' and went to Starke in the afternoonto Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Algood, of CUOVE. Cure.a Cold la One Day. Slop
inash market. There is a specialist\ has been doing -' .-..Id.
hundred pounds of dry to find a good poultry I' conferencein Woodard motored vmvb and headache and work off 25c
every hold the third quarterly Hampton and S. B.
used If sorehead breaks out, increase better, more uniform demand for table some good work here this week.POTASH the evening.

i of sulphur to three poultry at remunerative prices business -
this pound
J. B. Rowe was transacting B. Z.
than for beef, mutton or pork says AND POLITICSThe J. H. William
pounds. I in Jacksonville
Miss Minnie Floyd, poultry specialist Paul Dinkins of Jacksonville spent .tth'w'l

GETTING: MORE MONEY FROM: of the Florida State College Tallahassee I Fordney Tariff Bill, in whichis Sunday with his family INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf

POULTRYfi an item placing duty on potash
1, I C. B. Sapp was transacting busi-
I Florida offers an exceptionally fine has passed the house.

f Florida is naturally suited for poultry opportunity over all other states, viz: The farmers of the United fertl1iz'erannual1y. States ," flea sin. Starke Sarah Rosier Thursday.Mrs. of. Plant City I yoiTdon't: rub against the White Wash you won't get it

j raising. Of course there are soils a winter tourist market for broilers use seven million tons of as on vou.
few days in Lawtey
too low or too wet, hut such area and fryers. Florida people have not t One of the essential ingredients .I is spending of a Mr. and Mrs. Julius Eu

u Inconsequential (compared with in the pant fully appreciated this opportunity of a complete fertilizer la the guest will get out the second edition of itsHOMESEEKERS
h Realty Company
the vast areas that are high and dry. and have not taken advantage potash. No matter how much of tho nice.William Churchill of Ocala visited The lnter-State GUIDEAug.

are asking how theycan -of it by meeting the demand.September I other two essentials-nitrogen and
Poultry owners I relatives in and near Lawtey Satur- I
increase profits, and beginners: will be a good time to Ihollpnorus-we may put in the of millions of dollars worth of property start with facts that will save have young chicks come off. The bulk I ground, unless there is sufficient pot day and Sunday.Mrs. let, carrying advertisements the United States, Canada and Mu.
them money worry and perhaps fall. of the long summer weather is over, ash the other two elements will\ not Joe Altman and son of listed for sale or exchange for throughout sale or exchange list It with us at once. The''

the nights are cooler, making it !good produce the desired results. PotashIs I visited relatives in Lawtey Tuesday ico. If you have property nothing on commission listing It will\ be our hard
lire.For natural and development. essential for the production of I Nick Rigdon and family of Baker advertising cost you deal jj 1 LAta
this information it Is for their growth 'I in Lawtey luck if 11 e fall to find you a
that Floridians should turn to their Pullets hatched in late summer willcome \ plant, seed, fiber and starch. county visited relatives

f state agricultural college, which has in as layers in the spring at n I We have never produced potash In'' last week. Jacksonville visited -' Inter-State Realty Company, Schell BuildingLAKE

poultry specialist, Dr. N. W. San. time when early hatched stock III'' any considerable quantity in the United | Alfred Muse of ,
a of the FLORIDA.
: born. This specialist, a man of wide getting somewhat worn out. The I States, and then at a prohibitive I relatives near Lawtey first BUTLER, UNION COUNTY,

pracliciil\ (experience is anxious to cockerels will sell for good prices in'' price. The cost is too high to cornPete 1 I week. visitor to

help poultry miners., The whole state the winter for broilers and fryers. t with the imported article. I Calvin Prevatt was a You will make a mistake

Is his field. He emphasizes the following If you have hens waiting to set, A tariff on potash is a tax on foodproduction Jacksonville Thursday.of Starke was a busi- Big Reduction In I Prices if you order your fertili =j

put them in a quiet, dark place, away and an added discouragement J. Bohanan issued. Plenty
principles; of the new price lists just
to Lawtey without getting our
, 1. Grow better chickens. Secure from laying hens. Try to set two or !' to agriculture; \ at the time of itsgreatest ness visitor zer shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, In

1 which muy he dune by throe at the same time so one him depression in the history of I week. I of Materials prompt ij
1ur'hrtllItm'lc.( Supplies.
of Moxville\ was Sprayers, Poultry
I' John McPherson, seciiv.des,
hatching the brood and the others the country.
for ,
''l" buying purebred eggs: can carry of Mr. and Mrs. FERTILIZER CO. 1
of live the guest Thursday E. O.
Start'; baby chicks on sour milk. Use will go! on laying again soon. If you i The decrease in the number FLORIDA >j

.' I in brooding. Save early maturing have no broody hens, one of the smaller I stock in the country is alarming. At Julius Eunlcb.I JACKSONVILLE
care I who has been Brands"
Mann, and
: ones for winter laying. makes of Incubators will be found the same rate, we will be on a vegetarian I I Mrs Get. Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon
f I all due to quite ill for several weeks is report- -
j I 2. Watch out for diseases. In thy helpful. diet in a few years, - -. --- -- .-. -
of hes ; the fact that it docs not pay to raise --- ----- --
31 sorehead season the season It has been said that "opportunity"knocks 1 -
if"t, and rain, put a pound of flours of su' at our door but once. Such 1111 cattle at present cost of production I ,
dr and sell I them at present prices. @
:phur in every hundred pounds not the case in Florida poultry raising.
mash used. Best to feed this toa1l Hut do not fail to take advantage Breeding has been abandoned to such !J

lions find (chicks all ages and size:!. of the opportunity for fall hatch. : an extent that the future supply will '

The mash will bp less likely to moo hog rearing and winter marketing of be too low for home use. I|
I does I Members of congress voted for this !: 8BUICK8EmMnrtrfIa
(>r spoil, and, if sorehead appeal broilers and fryers
it will lie lens severe. Do not stol) I II I bill, with the schedules as they were !
j the sulphur before the lust of ('pt'm1.1' COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS in blind obedience to a pet party theory -
outbreal' I unmixed with the saving grace
(, In case of a severe j,
Inereuse'tho sulphur to 3 per cent of Oaceola-This week we had our : of common sense. C) i

r": the mnsh. After two weeks return I to boys' club camp held on Alligator I It is more important that we have j
have a potash \
than we
.I the smaller dosage Lake. There was not an idle minute
3: Cull older layers in Sept<-mbr spent at the camp. Pictures were trust supported by public taxation. j

and October. The best layers show shown and the, boys were given all I I If the senate follows the lead of the r

for one or two more yean set ; house it is to be hoped that President Can Work
be kept [ they wanted of boating, fishing ( Child
The poor layers cannot go to the pot ting-up exercises and bnseball. Harding will veto the bill in the Interest I A

t too soon. Good hens should lay tin I of the oppressed farmers, and
l such hen I III halt an effort to fine him (the farmer -
But a
I talkedto
anyway. Palm Bench-By Invitation \
"' not handsome. She is dull of plumagi e, the chamber of commerce on the I ) in his effort to produce.W. the Buick Clutch
feathers are ragged and her beak and importance of the county marketing A. I

shanks are pale. She has a full reel association\ Friday. The county commissioners Commisisoner of Agriculture.
a comb soft us velvet. Get rid.of notproducers invited me to talk to them
in order that good layer about holding an annual fair and I drive that takes
and bel TZ THY a car

; ter may chance have more at the house bugs room, worms a an, did'eo Saturday. I little before, Sept.9 o'clock 2.-Saturday the stillness night of a I I I'Yall your strength to work

waste on the farm. Alachua-The sweet potato crop, alarm of
bettor the night was broken by an j i the clutch?
rr 4. Feed well. After culling, for the most part, is in good\, condition I fire in the southern portion of town I
F' feeding gives more eggs i in this county. I near the Seaboard railway, where the

large one-story dwelling of D. David I Buick cars drive right becausethey're

RQEJDDDDDDEIBDEIndigestion Lake-A beekeepers organizationwas was discovered on fire. Nearly every i i y more
built -
right as
aa JlDa formed at Mt. Dora last Monday. citizen\ in town went to the assistance i \''' Y

a More than 40 beemen took part. The of :Mr. Davis. In the absence of any than a half-million Buick
purposes of the association art to produce it was soon'Been ; .4d.h .

. .: II I e ei = and market honey and bees cooperatively fire fighting that the apparatus building was doomed !| owners will testify. . ;i .

i to purchase supplies cooperatively I and all turned to save the household j\ z

nn Many persona, otherwise a and to work together for furniture, but owing the rapid spread Step into our sales room today,
i na Vigorous and healthy, are a the prevention and suppression of bee of the flames very little was saved. '

bothered occasionally with a diseases I' The dwelling was totally destroyed,, ride in the new Buick models 1'I \

Indigestion. The effect of a a with several small outhouses close i and the clutch yourself.
i j the I spent much of my try t4'J
disordered stomach on a Taylor- by. The large barn about 100 feet ]

y a system are dangerous, and a time this week treating bog for the I away was saved by being: soaked with i r J

n prompt treatment of Indigestion cholera and swine plaguv. water. The loss was about $3,5001 L f No others compare. fj
Important."Th.. only a .
i a Is r) ,
with small 'insurance.
medicine I have needed ha a value of agricultural ':<
Suwannee-The : :
o been something to aid dlgeetlon Noah Shelton, of Jacksonville, was 1LtiE ?'
: p and clean the liver," a extension work is clearly demonstrated the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Buick Sixes
Fred tabby a in this county by the aban-
a McKinney write. Texas, fanner. a donment of the custom of pulling fodder J. Terry. 'Dinkins visited relatives ".S lf.44 Tknt r......f r RoaJtttr. H9S
Charles l&tS
a Mrs. ttSilft'I'M Paimgr Tour a,
a "Mjr medicine Is IIII' in favor of growing hay. The in Sanderson. several days last ff-Sia-46 TA,.... ".*....,Ir COUJM ttSS
acreage of cowpeas for bay hae increased I. ".8iz.47 iPaeay.r S.daa 481S
Thedford'sBLACKDRAU6H1 a 75 per cent' sine 1010. week. James II. Lowery was attending 1-Sir-4/ Fear Ptu_,... Cow,. *5MM
.. Constable -Sis-4f S_ Pfittnftr Tomrimf 1755MSatO
I to business In Jacksonville on Awe fomiutr Salsa MM
of this
Orange-Many beekeepers -

county were instrumental in organizing Saturday. Thede and children Buick Four.
i Mr. and Mrs. R. R. ;
a beekeepers association at Mt. Wateroak t-F.w4. Two rttFor37 .._, I 436ff
in the
visited .
last Monday. This associationhas Fsard6 FiN Passenger T.-ia
for Indigestion and stomach II Dora section Sunday. W ..-,_ Three Passenger c_,. J41.
P = trouble of any k'nd.. I have II members in Orange Volusla Mrs. Mada Miller\ of Palatka was .. Fin FuMUfMM Salsa JUlI \

never found anything that Lake and Seminole counties. the guest Tuesday and Wednesday of _1_ ,a: "";10 JX.H r.0...I! o&,rr.+, .
touches the spot like Black. a I
P It In broken Mrs. B. L. Blanchard w
Draught I take CNI 4
and measured
a gathered
I have
long Pasco- of Bryceville .. .
a a dose after meal" Ror ft contest Rev. Henry Ezelle '
I m tune 1 tried plllr. which crApiii some corn In the corn filled his appointment at the Methodist
e4 and didn't-I lv the good E... among farmer demonstrators. Yieldsare church Sunday morning. Sunday
p results.medicine Is Black enry Draught to take easy E: larger than last year. evening, Rev. Kennedy, of Ocala J. M.

p to keep Inexpe .! ..- E Holmes-The-first bale of new cot- preached for Rev. Ezelle as he had SMITH, AgentFor

04'lt' a paella e from your and sold to leave on the afternoon train for
E ginned
drnretst: today -Ask for and. E... t August<*i this 20 year for was 15 1.2 cents Several Greensboro Gadsden county where COLUMBIA, BRADFORD, and UNION COUNTIES

Insist upon '1 e4ror4'-tb. he Is hold a protracted meeting.
bales of last year's crop have recently Present Address
only genuine.Get sold for ten and eleven cents. Mrs. C. R. Sapp and daughter ,
it todaycanner E Verlie, visited relatives near Raiford -

est DIJ Walton-We -have just organized a Saturday and Sunday. P"t WIlEN Bfcaiiai: : AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL, BUILD THEM;

acmtmc county farm bureau with a large Mrs. W. M. :Redding visited! relat- ;:" ;..


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--- MAN here enroute to Lake Butler I Prayer meeting was well attendedat a wild devilish spark. I put my hand 1 1I' 1 black as before I saw nothing. I''', 0' vloe-nn.idrnt. y I

BUSINESS IN I W. T. Turner and B. F. Renfroe. I the home of Mrs. Mary Thomas I'' on him to control him, but it was use- || heard nothing but the cautious! tense ,! hy The the vtTicrre torr.holdera. and dlrectora at b* annual dull. mreho.IM .I..t.} to.d .

left Sunday evening: for a week's visit 1 Saturday night.KNOCKING less. Ho leaped from his seat and breathing of the crowd. I smelted ,le held on the aoeond. Tuesday. in January oli

CONDITION ( on the East Coast. 'I I rushed" from the theatre and I know I I nothing but the dampness of the ca\e. :!i I each prearrlt hear, at Himi-ver such hour. the' a*bylaw the "*1/-1.may... may provide -

FINE | Sheriff Epperson of Starke passed '; TilE EYE OUT OF i that the evil lesson of the screen had The clicking stopped" and began again. '| or at an\ annual nieetinir the fttnrkhnlder I t

through our burg one day last I THE MOVIES j had its natural vile result and that "Great, isn't it ?" Uncle Kegleywhispered. !I! may dlrerton anulhorlae to till\. the the office newly of elected'pnraldent.hoard viceprealdmt of- +

week. ; arrrrtary and. trrar-urrr. and th
cousin Dudley Butts meant t/ find a ,
| lirraulia circled by the director shall have
LITTLE HOCK GROCER KKS1OKEl W. M. Hodges of Starke, was in When I returned to the United i I cactus and sit on it. Then suddenly the clicking behind i I It".* anii,,* |Hi...<.ra and dull. an If they had .
1'0 HEALTH I"otn'E.JtS: new River States in 1931 after having been marooned '....n .Irclcd by the torkholder, t'ntll the
Sunday afternoon
looking For days and weeks after that night .
me stopped -again and finally. The annual' nicctltui to IK held on ho 10th day of
.\lO; IS STILL PEELING TINE after business. in Patagonia for ten years I cousin Dudley Batts did not returnto :I J..."..,. IHSK and until tltelr. Buceraeoraahall
men arose. and moved to the ce ("n- W Qualified, the I following dial. I IM the.
Mary Rivers is still ill at this writ. was not surprised to ]learn that motion his home but ran wildly about the trance talking excitedly In undertones olTtc*>r. and. til........... and tiny shall conduct.
"Tanlac is my standby, for it re- ing. I I pictures were prohibited under the streets necking cacti and sitting on the hueliteiia .if the corporation t
I rree! . '.)red 1 me to health four years ago Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling were attending Eighty-seventh amendment to the them and immediately showing. the "1s It all 0\'er1.' I asked. >|irreitli. .nt. J. K. Futch t
and I have )kept in the pink of condi.on to business in I constitution of the United States. Even -, I Srreury.Tnaennr, M. t. IlrownlUreriurai
Lake Butler I same sprightliness and vivacity of Q W. Alderman., J. E. Fetch t
"All Uncle ,
. since by taking an occasion 1 over, said Keglpy, "andit .
ever Saturday i before I left so suddenly there had legs and arms that had been shown by M. > Ilrown. .

. i dose" said Paul Snodgrass, 229:) Among: those who attended the big been whispers that the Association Mr. Chapin (or Chaplin as the cane was great wasn't it? 1.IITtI hlKhrnt amount Article of I Indi htcdneaa or lia' 1

West Capital Street. Little Rock. Ark. meeting at Swift Creek for Prohibiting Everything and the "Itut I didn't see anything, I pro to w htch the corporation: at any time
Sunday be
were may ). tested. may atil.Ji-cl llu-lf shall le On. HundredIhuuxtid
Mr. Snodgrass has been In the :fancy Jim Adkins Donald] Adkins Gerald Old Women's MindOtherPeople'sBusiness It was only after several" weeks that llollara.

grocery business for thirty years and Adkins and Joe I Uninon had discovered that I "See anything Of course, you did Artlrl T j .
Moody. we were able to coax cousin Dudley "l he name and realdrnre. of each of the. .
known as a man whose word is as Dora Renfroe and Mildred I numbers of persons were securing because he could : not see anything," said Uncle Kegley.I I aiilmerltilnii IncnriHiratore. of thin corporation,
daughter home and then only .
tovrther with the numlx-r of sham of th*
nod as his bond. returned to their home Saturday ; some amusement from motion pictures find no more cacti to sit on, but the "We have no films-how could you rniillal .1...." atibacrtbed for .by ash of themaevrrally. ,

"In all my life I have never known after spending a week in Gainesville and I had feared the worst. moment" he entered the house he saw see" anything We have to imagineit W% .Alderman follnwi' tn. Hlarkn. Florid.. 2S thar.a.M '

medicine" like Tanlac. When I bc- guest of her daughter Mr. and Mrs. I admit that motion pictures; in his wife's new spring hat with eight all. That's the fun of it; that's the F, brown. ruarkr rlorlila.. XS! aharea.II i |&
K Knlvhl, Flarkr, Florida, 4 hsr s.
an taking it I was in such an aw- Roan Turner. 1921, were" not all they' should have hat pins in it and with a yell of eager sport of it; that's where the jolly A. v.. Adkina. ....,k.., Morula S aharea.F '

ully weak run-down condition I was Avy Renfroe was in Lake Butler been. The lesson taught by the large delight cousin Dudley rushed across wickedness of it conies In. You can .. M M Johniw Inman., Htarke Htarkw,, I-lorlda rlorlUa,, S a shares..ham.O. fi..'.

uirdly able to attend to business. I Saturday. squash pie that hit the comedian in the and sat the hat. imagine anything you want to." C A: knlirhl.: Hlarkv. Florida:: t aharea.:
room on J. t:. Hitch. "...10... rlorlila. S ......... tiH. .
had for I considered this awhile.
had no appetite a long: time Mr and Mrs. Jesse Thomas and the face was not so uplifting as it Naturally this caused hid wife to W. I'b-IIMAN. .

.,md the little I managed to eat did (children of Valdosta Ga., are visiting might have been. The lessons taught "Hut why" I asked Uncle Kegley, M F. "ltUWN. t ,
upbraid him and although she did it II. t:. KNWII'r.A. : .
'iot digest properly and caused mC! no his mother at New River. were no talways noble; in fact some gently he was so angered 1 that he trot when we had climbed the rope "did K' ADKINK.

nd of trouble. I was nervous in the Among those who attended the party of the suggestions were such that the the axe and killed" her. Then he killed you bother to dig that cave ? Why R Cl. M M. INMAN.C. JOHNS. (

lay time and restless at night and weaker individuals led 1 can't sit at home A. KNIUIIT.J. ,
I'I i, at O. W, Thomas Friday night were astray. 'his eight ,children and six policemenwho you right and imagine E. FUTCH. iI

alt so miserable in the mornings it'I were, Howard Thomas of New River I remember the case of my cousin came to arrest him and the mayor it quite as well ?" Klate. of Florida '

,.as all I could do to.force myself toI' Chester Andreu Eustis Kelly Dudley Baits. Dudley was not and seven members! of the city ."Hush! he said fearfully. "Don't County Terminally nf llradford.aptiiared" before me O W. Alderman 1 t

tt and go to the store. M. F. Drown, II. K Knight, A. A.Adhlnn. a
; Rivers Dondee Adkins Everett Ran-I J strong character. He had a weak mention such a thing. We would not
council and one liaptist minister and . K. M. Jiihna.' II. M. liiman C. A.
"I began to improve almost from imitative nature and was easily led three of the fire department dare to do such a thing ImaginationIs : KnlulH. and J r.. Fetch. who ar* well knownto .
the first dose of Tanlac and it froe.Roy quarters me ,Ui !hr the. Individuals. di-acrtlied In and '
was Roberts and parents, of Graham { astray and one evening he went to and one census" taker and himself. prohibited by the Eighty-fight who aulmrrilicd, and. executed the foreiroln. t d

not long before I was my old self passed through our burg Sunday : see a motion picture in which an actor He killed himself last. After that tie amendment to the constitution of the charter .nil each of them aevrrally. ..ktiov.lcdtted .-
U and Iwfnn m* that ha uhcerihed' andeReeuted
again and feeling just fine. It built I enroute to Swift Creek. named Charles United States" Ellis Parker Butler . .
I j Chapin or Chaplin was dead and did not kill any more. -By the name for the line and tiurporatherein /

me up wonderfully; why in a fewweeks' j A party was given at the home of or some such name, who was then The whole affair made a deep im. author of "Pigs is Pigs." ....lln.rupreiwedIn ... whrreof. I have hereunto. my '

time I gained fourteen pounds I Mr and Mrs. Joe Dowling Thursday I,rather well knownn was shown on the pression on me as was natural. If 1 hand and. oflicial neal. at 8larke, Florida, the
in weight. There is no doubt aboutit I night in honor of their daughter Jessie screen. had not been a man I might have been :MOST AS DAII AS HOME PRODUCT mat InI of Autiniit. met.II. O. IIIIOWN.Notary k 'I

Tanlac certainly delivers the . fiililla. Hlnle' of Klorliln.My . I
Lee. A large crowd attended and In the course of the picture this ,
cousin Dudley's wife (if I had not eommlttalnn t.|. .... May 5. 1VJ5 It.
goods. reported a nice time. Charles Chapin ( whose. I t
or Chaplin) been his cousin), in which case I now -

Tanlae 'is sold in Starke by Tur Mr and Mrs. Carl Wynn and children only desire seemed to be to amuse would be dead and it is most annoy. The Starke Telegraph says that )NOTK;
ner's Drug Store and by leading Take amiss that, I will I.n Srptrndwr, U.
: druggists of Sampson were guests of her seated himself on a cactus Immedi. ing to be dead when you don't wantto town Is full of an "unlimited supplyof 1 lets 0' .. .mn tlwnan.r .. I may Ia +

everywhere.-Adv. I II mother Saturday and Sunday. ately after which he appeared to exhibit harmful scrub bulls without fer a 1.1., for Fulton Jarkann, who r
be. I clearly how apparently
saw ...... .....vl..d of munlrr. .t the fall (<'m! .t
I Hazel Turner of Gainesville Is signs of an extreme sprightliness motion pictures could be, and I was owners and police powerless to get,\ Bradford. aunty .1."lt ruurt. ht Novrmlw4.
LONG BRIDGE spending several days here with her and vivacity especially of the 1910. Anyone. Ih""Inv mny. then. 10.. head un ,
rid! of them Thnt
not surprised, on my return in 1931 paper suggests n the ntorha cot the apldhratlun.
I grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Turner. legs and arms. Had the picture been" to find that they had been prohibited.I bologna sausage factory to convert w.... 0. IIOI"; :S.
Long: Bridge Sept. 2.-Among those 11,2-2'.11.' Attorney/ for rrtltioner.
Mr and Mrs Roan Turner and children what it should have been this Mr am not opposed to prohibition. I them into eats for the populace, as
who went to the state farm
Saturday i| of Gainesville were visiting Chapin upon sitting on the cactus, believe that whenever three people] one way to rid! the town of these animals NOTION ell"" APPI1CATION FOR TAX I'FKI)
night were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowl. 'IInA' IJNMr-H!: SECTION 7TT tl1ll OF THE t igRBYISSB
relatives and friends here Saturday should have shown a certain regret get together any two of them have and at the same time develop a : GENI.HAI. HTATUTFa f
and Lucille Jessie
daughter Lee
; I 1 and Sunday. for the errors of his past life, combined the right to tell the other one what home resource. After subsisting on llrrebf online .la given that R: W. Itayel..irrhatur .
Dowling and Onie Rivers. .'f ta. ale certlflcatea numbered ro- i '
Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns at. I Mr. and Mrs S. L. Crews are visiting with a meek resignation" to the he shall rat or drink or wear." If two tin cans, snap paper discarded cigar I I apectlvely, 102, 1"/. 19H IHK. and HO. ..1. "

were I relatives and friends in this sec blows of misfortune, thus giving of us do not like green socks we havea and cigarette stubs, we'd I Imagine: the of III1H luaiier. hy/ the ta. collector for llra.l- J.. /o
tending to business in Lake Butler ford county Florida I said eertlAratea dfl lilt, 1 .
tion. those who saw him an uplift of soul right to decree that none of us shall converted scrubs would prove another'' 104, IK*. 1HII and 1411 .belnic. dated. Ihe. 1th day I"f ,

Saturday.Mr.' and. Mrs. Leon Renfroe and Al- I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges and daughter ; and ]leading their thoughts to higher I wear green socks. From that moment "sweet morsel to roll under the of tlflralea July A.In my D .1UII office. and and haa haa filed mad.the applicationfor aid eve j"

John Jennie Lee and Ruby Johns were things. green; socks become a sin and a crime. tongue." However, we wouldn't\ < ho tai deed 'In luaue In. accordance. with law.The .,. .
lie of New River passed thru | iialrl ecrllncalea rcapvrtlvcly embrace the
business visitors to I.aiford Saturday. Alas) the effect on my cousin ]Dudley This is quite proper. Green socks ofpoor any, thank you.-Johnstown News I fnlliiwIiiB l lands. In Bradford """"'''. Florida.. I '

Habitual Constipation Cured I I Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brown and Batts was quite other than this. II quality if worn to excess might ocrtifiratw........d at In the the late names of the nwiiectlvoly. humane,* of hrl-i'ln add ,

In 14 to 31 Days"LAXFOS son, Otis Edwin of Lake Butler were was sitting beside him at the poison the feet.I Good advice. Follow" your own advice. nfler part; cularly, a.'t .h. to>wltirvrtlnrat I
Chap-I I I ,. No. ell, embrace the folbiwlna. t
in our burg Saturday and Sunday. no sooner did Mr. Chapin (or .
WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- expected that motion pictures .. a point ft R of F Tnr Main'
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa'jve for Ha bicua" !i II. B. Hunt and mother of Mulberry lin) sit on the cactus in the film and would 1 be prohibited when everythingelse ---- .r".t:. din. .rn... H in l fl. F 5.r.rr N I
Constipation. It relieves promptly but are visiting her parents Mr. and become imbued with 1'1'1'1'1'-88 the was, and I never expected to see The" man who knows all things, III'' ft inn to ft.hoe I.i In Main. MrKlnnry'a tl. Thenc reacrve W on If*Main lake. .Hi Ilittlir 04- I r

should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days i Mrs. B. J. Sapp ot fhis section.J. slang phrase was-than cousin Dudley I when not poor., He is rich in conceit. j on H': din. nf South Half of led 10. Hra
again was surprised
to induce regular action. It Stimulates! and one so I HI). T. II B.. 1IP F., amimed Unknown
Regulates. .. Very Pleasant to TakJ 61k I IIKT E. Crews was visitor to Now Batts began to move uneasily In my Uncle Kegley: Morris of Fort Lee, Certinmle, No. 102 embracra .Northraflt Quarter Ik
bottle. River afternoon. his chair while his glowed with Some in longer of Nnrlhiaat Quarter. H.e. !ft. T. A H., )
Saturday eyes New Jersey with whom I wan stopping people are no possible It IH Fl.0 aerra, ameiiacd Unknown.Curtmml. .
f being killed overwork They I IIle.t'r ,. No. 104 vnihracea NorlhwrntOuarter .
for few wink i> by <
flays me a
a gave ...
IH /
-- -- ---- ----- 'I nf Northwmt Quarli-r, II. HO, T. h
and ut-ked me, in a whisper if I would do any. I .. It. Id K. 411 arrvn ..._..d t'
_.. __. i fcrliricale. No '1HII embrace. nuknnwn.'N. \ 'N
I like to see a movie, in exactly the Quarti. nf. hlk a, K. of K I R: 18.. II** at
same tone he would have used in asking When a woman sees her own beautyothers a point. I elms W of NR': for of Houlhu.lUuartir
I of 8i.... 21 A run. H In rhea W InK
me if I would like a nip of brnndy.I see her vanity j| It. I hi.ncn N im It It line. In N line. of paid d ,
All fellow has' to do to be good Hotitlu-iiHt Uunrli. th, >nce r': 'to ,IK-IT. Alan
I stole from the house quietly a .
A In slur f n" half of West llulf. of Ni.rlhia.l
and through the woods I remember these days is to quit being Lad thus ri.'r. nf 1I."tI".1 Quarter. ace 21. 'r. A,
,_ 8 It. M K' 21 nrn. amu-ord. rinilrn. Kin.
Unit he told me, as we went along Cirtinmle No (1116 enilinu-ea, 2 1-8 acne ,
I NOTKK OF 1K1FNTIOV TO APPLY FOH com. at NW (*or nf. Cenler HI and fllark A ,e i
his wife und]
about !Koger Muflms and
I.KTlrKH: 1''TtNT; I I awtry/ pind an., rnn. W aliinaHnld. at
I their sad fute.Ho ]f<>r-l..y nolle In wlven tlmt' the un...... "..>it 4111' ft toIsnd l of N.I.. llawanmn. Ih.'".. N
will apply, In the Ctnvernnr of Ihe Stale d'' dams .Id COMMERCIAL JOB said thut Roger and his. wife I liirliln. Mt TnllnliHHMv.. Florida., ,,n lli. ftihliny : road., llnnre H almtv Nald mail lo |I.HH In. lem- o

were" taken ill not lore!; lifter they eitrtiiirntlnir1IKAIH' of Ootohor, 1U2I, for I.ettera I'Mi-nt In- I. Plea 8 II J,.Hi*'r Miirrla.I .'.!.. T. H N. It. V2 I.':., I arrca.amnniu'd ,

I were! married.! Ardelia-that was! his .'Oltf) fOlTNTV AIIHTKACT COM I I (','rlln".,. No 140 ......10........ a A In Nl!
]I'ANV Cur of Nnuthwml, tluarli-r of, heat t 41"." 't
1 wife-had stomach trouble and took under the followiiropoeed) charters j I to',. 'In-lntt I A N A H by II A h: W. H...
soda for it, but Roger had a high fever Article 1 27 T. fl H. II. M K., a......., ........d Unknown '
PRINTING Th. name of this corporation shell .I... llmd- '' .
and had to have an alcohol rub every font County AliMract Company, And III I'nliM' Bald certlflralia shill he rediemed aoleordliur -
cipal <>IT Ire ahall. ,Iw In ll in town of prtn-I. In law ,law ded will I...... thereon. on '. '
three" hours. For weeks and I lorlda./ snit. IU 10...."... shell .he ennducteilthere the illllh' day. of AuwuM, A, II. lU'tl.I I. 4 'It
I months they rubbed Roger with aleoj and. In curb ...h.. plaitea. In Florida anilfllacwhrre I Wltnea, my, ulliral signal. uFe and aral Ihla ,
throtiirh hranchea, airi-neli-a, nr othrwlai SUb day of July, A. D 1921.I l .
j hoi, and for weeks and months they (- aa. may be neceimary nr ennviinl,.... ( W, AIUKIIMAN 'j 1"
Ardi'liu soda. Article t (Hi-Hi I Clrrk I Irrult, ('...,rI.
ii gave The iri nernl nntur of the. liualneati or the 7-iU-Dl-fl-2l! Hrailford County, Fla. .
"It was very sad," said Uncle Kegley /:- corporation ahall .I.. tt. make ntmtriirU of I''- t'
tie In InndH, t.. irtlnriinkp tlllm to lend IrifnifMira I NOTICE OF tU'TUlN: : ..
In. carry ..n and conduct irnnvml Inniirnnrr .
I . ,luiiln4. flm. lit.. .ccld.-nt. ., 1 I, U A. Beet. Jr., mayor. of fllark, Flor.hkv .
"What was ? I asked."The IniluMlriil and. Hny ntln. >r kind. nf ... h.lh.j. "1.I.h... of the authority vmted In maby
''i whole affair" Uncle Kegloysaid. nil agent fttr any .f romimny t> ,I law.. ,ilo hereby call an. election tn h* hold '
.., ... tn luau( mnmy on mnrtKMiftii upon at the horn Hull In. the afnnmald town by .. fwllthe
LETTER HEADS I 1. "They rubbed. so much altoholfnto mil aria. ( and to tiny and. null mitrtKiiirwiiilHin oiialifli-il, voters. therein., on f >
Roger and Ardelia took much awl ratal, ., and to buy and sell lands IIKHIIAV| rlrl'lKMIIMI': )i. 1021
I so bad uiuin, net mtal aiirurlty. to enquire. for the |,urioiie of eli>ctlnii the following. offleera I Ir \ '
rein, that when their baby was born hold, UH., mnrtiiavp, rent I lai.., ai'll sad itnnvo .
.. ,.. .. ..,. ( .
real ratal and i iN-munal |> | *, .. In any One Mo"
BILL HEADS I II Fhe government ruled that it was a liart nf the. world. Inrludlnif' the espial alfickml One' I'n-rk.. Trenaurrr. and. Tax .
randy-and-II"la and confiscated it. . iMinda of any other, for It Marshal I, If' {
.<-lf or aa anent. for. '""h.,. to hay. anil. all Iwo A hi.-,"' .... ** ;(,
!10 you like Mary PickfordT" liulilla a*...urltln nf any and all kliida. In- One aaieaior.Innpeclora ;I r
cluilini land. issued .by any dlxtrlrt. county. of said election' t F. P. fll..".", A
NOTE HEADS I II 1 did. I lined to, I said. rnunlclpallty' or ...... tn barrow mimry and. T. N. Kndrlrk, Julian I.. Peek .-4 '
I I "It's a Pickford picture we are tn make intrarta. nf. any and. all hind for In testimony. whi.reof, I hereunto auhecrlti, lwwl f
tan. conduct. and nf its lniNliiMm my name. and. cairn the sal of the said town .
I point to have tonight" Uncle Kfir- hi.relnlM' .fore mentioned, or any line. branch.or lo lie hi.n.unto alfl.ed. this 12th day. of Auuuit. e
1 ley said with a snigger of wickedness twit thereof It la InK-mlrd. and h-rrl>yrx 11121. .S
ENVELOPES |>r.wly iirovUled thai lli. coriuiralliin ball twin L. A. PA VIS. JR.
"Don't ever say anything about it orwe'll h... |M>wer tn conduct any. each audio. every e-12.61.94. Mayor of .. k.. Fla.OKIIrK f]
business. line. .
and branch of liiMlnonamentioned - I
land in for life.
jail .
In Uila article In any. manner. It .
CARDS I The way was becoming: more dlf. may .... lit. In Drriilt Court mat (if Florida,. F.l.hlh M
Article Judicial Circuit, Bradford In Chan-; .
ficult. We underbrush .
pushed through The amount of the capital atuck. shall .hi tit
Three Ihoimand Ihillara, divided. into al,traharea 1# .
and crawled ks. We J Tumllnaon,
over ro<
I of thear veto of r'lfty ''',11... earh -t;
reached" the edge of the Palisades and The acid rappel' attick. >.iay I... paid. for wliol "
I ly or In fart with |tr..|*erty. hdor. or a*.rvlca .
SHIPPING TAGS POSTERS here a rope hung down to a ledge" : far at .....h price .r value, aa may lie Axed ly the (John'ulv...,Ifnnry ftohertd.faker.ffolton Jamea and. her If ..:p

below We slid down the rope and board of d.reewm.Aralrl.. husband Ham halloo" _
reached" the lodge and crawled Thla corfMirallon ahall m'lit' Ilefendantaft .
aspmddrd affidavit .A '
aprxiirliitf hy appended. to the
law. "
WINDOW CARDS through a cave-like hole in the rock. by Artlrl I bill' filed In the above atated cause that Jamea, '
II Culver, the defendant therein named. la a
buitlniMa if
Inside was a huge hall or room corporation Ball. leonniliicled non-realfli-nt. nf the state nf Florlila. and. la
a irealdnt. a vte.-pr..vl.nt
dark as pitch, but I could hear thewhisper a InraMiirer arid. a .board nf (Jlrwe.tora a realdonl. of AbWvlll. Alabama, ,and. ll ovtha .. .I
if ,
air twenty-on year it la therefore
of not boa I than thru and not mom thanfive
.1 of hundreds of men-menkeyed 1'1 he, n"'... of. _retary. and. treasurer ordered. that sail. non'realdent. defendant. Ii* .
high: by vicious excitement."We m.1I./ lie .hi.Id. by/ the .,,,,,. |iinon. or t-lther of of and la hereby. required' M. appear .to the hill .
filed t
complaint In
the said ufTicea way tie held. by the ftireaUlmitreaton said cauae on or before
cut this hall out of the solid Monday. the llrth day of "".,...mll.,. A. D.
mi, oitorwla the alleeatloni of aid bill .
rock with our own hands," Uncle lace's-9 ..a'.'''..9 ",me; y_ wHI I.. liken .* confessed.

I Kegley" : Whispered "We old 1 stagers vlialitr.... ira-mr. by narttr.ark Dud' It la one further a week ordered. for that four this...," ..

must have our movies. Here are It 'lilnft th. blOO", You *..n aoonnli f.1 110 "reol'. In the Hradford County Telecranh. a new*.
BRADFORD COUNTY <. /sviaoatin9 LC' ' .10. IYS paper puhllahed In std Bounty. and. atat. f
couple of seats. We're lucky- -they Thla Annual 11, 1921.

are just beginning.: (Seri. .1)O.. W.Clerk ( t'.ur\;! .

I seated myself and stared into Hy C. A. ICNlfil'f.J. ,

the dead darkness ahead of me. The 1886 F. wren. "'pul. c"rl-
TELEGRAPHSTARKE whispering died to utter .silent Behind HnllclUir fur Complalnan.. .e-IB-tt-t-lf

me somewhere began the rapid NOTK FOR PIIHI.irAllON- -

clicking of a motion-picture project U. 8. land (Jill.. at Ualnmvlll' Fla., Au..
11. teti.
or. DAVISINSURANCE Nolle la herrhy irlven that James Auatln. v A
But nothing appeared on the dead of Hlarkt. Horlila.. who on November 2>, '
FLORIDA 1017. made hnmeatead entry. No OlnflHIl forrlouthweal
black wall before me. It was mt Quarter of Southeast Quarter, aeo.
-- tins (. Township SouthRan..". II* f.:. Tallahaaae l. ,+
No Worm m a Healthy Child meridian .has Clad' notice of Intention (I
to make thru. year proof to ntabllnhclaim
All children troubled with Worm. .....* (a anbwltbrcolur. to th.* land above deaortlied. . before the ,
.which IndlcMM poor Mood and..a clerk. of Ih. circuit. court, at titarke. Flora, y
rulo these .. nor or In stomach dlauubano. on the 4lh dar It "".|.hom".". 11121.\ r
GKOVC; TASTEU3S CHILL; TONIC given rote Clamant namea aa ..tin.....,. -
larly fortwoortbnw _II. will nrlch the blood. J fl. rltarllnir.< of lawnyFlorida.
T. A. Andrew. of '..who.. rlurlila.
. mat. a ianeraiSuengthcuing Fred. ,
Tonic to th*whole. .1' ..... N.tarewWth.athrowoaordiesel STARKE W. O.St.of Slur, of Ktarke Starke. rlorlila.,".I"..
the wonnaaodlbeCUIIdwlll b*
II.!:: hi perfect bMlth. Paaesat to take.* 75c pro uula. *.IDSt..II-I'd.! Id-nl.ter, I





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tended. I I Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Lewis'and children I'n' town Saturday Mrs. A. J. Sowell on the sick list Thelma Thomas, first assistant; :XIIcttie !
Bradford. County Infograph! :
r ) Duggar Jones cif, Atlanta, Ga., is find Carl and I'earl Lewis of :: II. I' Gainey attended Church at Tom Marke,-, of Pine Hill, was a Jordan second assistant J

4 visiting his mother Mrs. S. E. Jones, j Starke, left Thursday for a visit withI i I Mt. Zion Saturday and Sunday. \isitor here Friday morning. Miss Eunice Hazen, primary.

f'I blished weekly and entered as for a few days. I relatives at Arcadia making the trip C. F. Litchfleld, of Clayno was in Russell Greene of Pine Hill, was Mr. EdJins, of Gainesville was a-

second class!; mailer at the pot I Mr. and Mrs. I'd Smith and children by. auto. town Monday.Lee in town Sunday tending to business here TuesdayMrs.
Edna, Juanita and J. B., of I Youngblood and family, of Graham aiternoon.
office at Starkc Florida.E. Mr. and Mrs. 1. li. Cainey and children I. W. Pinholster is
.-. .. -... 'Gainesville, were' visiting Mrs. Sara attended the union meeting atI spent Saturday here at the. homeof I School will open Monday Sept. very ui
.... 'I this! writing.
S. MATTIIEWS, Editor' and Owner Jones Sunday. 1(6 9 i I Mt. Zion Saturday and Sunday. V. RUSH. Ctk, with the following corps of
Oscar Wasdin, of Graham, attende\", 1C. A. Weeks spent the week-end C. M. Andreu and family, of'Brad-' teachers: A. B. Shaw, principal MillS Mr. and Mrs.'A. II. Warren, of Pi
'church hero Sunday. i ford attended the services here Sat- Hill were in town Tuesday
GO TO TilE MOVIES with his family at Kingsley lake
I Mrs. A. McKinney, of Graham attended : urday and Sunday.
J. of Ga.
Dr. B. Davis Atlanta --------
.. I services here Sunday. 1 Mabry Harrell, of LaCrosse, was -
If the reformers who preach against pent the week-end at the home of
: Mrs, Nora Wynn of Graham, was i in town Sunday afternoon.
moving picture shows would use their Jno. Shrlver.j
Seeber Edwards and sisters Ruby ,
b. inlTuenco for better moving picture here Sunday. j Eldon Baxter was in LaCrosse Friday GENERAL
i Eva and Geneva, Lucille and Malcolm
Mrs. Merritt and children Corlnne, i
f shows they could accomplish something morning.
: and do dome real good. Vera and Sherman of Ft. Pierce arevisiting Several from here spent Wednes- | Harrell of Bradford attended servi- HAROLD C. WALL I

I We need: moving picture fihowa and her sister Mrs. S. E. Jones, day and Thursday afternoons over at j jeec here Sunday night
't Mr. and Mr I. W. Barry of Bradford
. ell sorts of Innocent amusements end this week. Hampton bench.. i ) STARKE FLORIDA I
r : recreation. Man cannot live by broad Rev. Dock Crews, of New River Misses Willie Mae Oliver and Iva I'I attended church here Saturday

alone, and neither can he live a normal filled his regular appointment hero Colson of Pine Hill, spent Wednesday 'night. FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
life work alone. Sunday. I Rev. E. S. Cheshire of Starke was I
happy by I I here.
Mr and -Mra. Cart Wynn spent : in town Monday. I IH.
The young people) are going to have 'I
Mrs T. C. Hazen was In Alachua :
their amusements and rrcreatlon.l'he Sunday with her mother 'Mrs. Mary I I S. Long, of Starke was in town

Christian leaders of a community can Thomas of New River, . ''Jv; Friday.Miss Lubedia Pinholster who has : Monday morning. --
and tho Smith spent i the '' I Roscoe Chesser spent Sunday at
plan these amusements give- Jon..afyvaldo. been visiting relatives at Kendrick
week-end with "Tils mother Mrs.S. : Pine Hill.
young people a good time under returned home Saturday. 'I r
Christian influences, or they can condemn E. Jones [ Messrs. R. T.; Ostcen, John Pinhole
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. in Children
nil amuM-mmts and the young Mrs. T. T. Thomas and children, Crosby were Liter, Eldon Baxter and P. M. Barefoot are
the Mile section I
Five! Thursday after
people will have their fun free from Mabel Doris and Weedavon of Pa- attended the Masonic' lodge at

i4 all Christian influences.But latka are visiting her mother Mrs. noon. Graham Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
News received here
was Monday of
not only young people but old John Hall.Messrs. and Mrs. Osgood Greene of
people need amusements and recrea-i Frank Reynolds of Graham the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Pine Hill, were here Saturday.
Mrs. Grady Kelly of Gainesville. Good Savers !
tion. It is both helpful and hl'alth-1 and Ed Yates of Starke made a Alvin demons of Pine Hill, was in
C. W. Colson, of Pine Hill, was in town
ful. In speaking of the movies the call here Sunday afternoon. Saturday.
Pennacola Journal says: j Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas of town Saturday. Mrs. Brown and daughter Reba of I

"In modern days of business: at high Dasher, Ga., spent last week with his Reddish Andreu of New River was Pine Hill, were in town Friday. ,

pressure we need something that will <: sister Mrs. Carl Wynn. here Saturday.Mr. .Mrs. Tiercy Roberts Is visiting relatives '
take our minds wholly away from thel! Mlzcll of Worthington was a near Graham. Children once they catch'the spirit are very zealous

business of the day. It is because weneed I : visitor here Monday.A. Miss Tave Andreu, who has been aver. It i* a pleasure to watch the beaming smilesof
this that we dee lawyers and If it is true that we pass from death B. Surrency and family of'Pine I visiting: relatives in South Florida for enthusiasm that light up their countenance as they
i : into life should be
4V business men drifting to the movies again, why we afflicted Hill, attended services here Sunday.Mr. the past two months returned home call at the bank to make deposit
with all of the discomforts of
after' lunch to upend an hour in the I and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter Thursday.Mrs. .
recreation of other scenes dying? Ona Rita, of Gainesville were in i A. A. Hazen is on the sick list I f Our boy and girl friend frequently tell us what they

"Generally speaking the American I town Saturday. ( this week. are saving money for. Now and then even a little one

community needs more relaxation Study the good points of the man Henry Sowell, of Cooler Pond, wan Mrs. Waters and child spent a few will be found who ha already started to save for col.

5; V rather than less. We are under too of you don't like. lIe may possess some in town Thursday afternoon. !; days of last week with her sister lege. Of course, mother and father are helping but
much strain as a rule. Thousandsof your own. Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was a Mrs. Dukes, of Five Mile.
the i ia that the little value of
point i i. learningthe
people would Find their home life visitor here Monday. Mrs. Moore and three grandchildren one
happier their business easier to attend Very few men belie in gossip J. E. demon, of Pine Hill, was :' of Lakeland, are here on a visit with money and of sensible economy.

to, their contact with life more but did you ever hear of one ,who here Monday. | relatives.
children and let them .
failed to listen Bring your to UI open accounts.Bank
enjoyable if they systematically cultivated Chester Andreu of New River and Henry Sowell, of Cooter Pond, was
recreation. Dave Greene of Pine Hill, attended'' in town Monday.
"And the movies afford the most Some people are such inveterateliars church Sunday night. ] Frank Cone ,of Midway spent ,
they are believed when sev-1
instructive the readiest to hand, the never Clarence Scaff of Cross City, was;: oral days of last week here with
they tell the truth.
1' surest and the cheapest relaxation In visiting friends here Sunday. tives.

the American community. Go to the Out of night Is not always out of Wallace Crews, of Bradford was. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and children of Starke"The
movies."-Waurhula Advocate. in here Saturday enroute to Starkc. of Lawtey and Cain and Gordon
mind. Sometimes the absent one forgets -
to Mrs. Oliver and daughter Willie Cole of Ocala spent Sunday at the
MI'SON CITY pay up. Mae of Pine Hill are spending a few. home of J. C. Cone. I Bank of Helpful Service"
ii, ,y r days here at the home of I. W. Pin Lewis and Margaret Shriver were

Sampson City Sept 2.-Supt. II. B. PRESBYTERIANSchedule for next holster. in Hampton Monday afternoon.D. I Under State Supervision

Wiggins and sons, Leo and Joe, of Sunday school at 10 Sunday-a. m. Erma Matheny is ill at this writing W. Hazen has his house about I I Eo S. Matthews, Pres. G. C. White Cashier J I

Starke, made a busines strip here on Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject "Sa with fever. Painted and it adds much to aprcarance J
Thurnday.Mm. tan's Endorsement. Robt. Lewis and son, of Ziff, were : of the town. I ,
R. Burrows and son, Willie
i Sermon at 8 p. m. Subject "Five
Clyde of Starke, spent Thursdayhere Fools." -- - - - -
with relatives. - - p-
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4 Miss Edith Sloan spent part of last
.All who come will receive a welcome. I
\q week with her aunt, Mrs. R. Burrows, Wewantu.
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A of Statke.

V Messrs.Thomas John Currency unil+ Tom, Ed Mills ParrlahHurley of Incumbent. I Now Is The Time To Build!

i ting Graham trip,Friday were down on a seine.t .BROOK EIJlrllok'r.

Mr. and Mrs II. Smith of Williford Sept. 2.-Rev. and Mrs. J.

passed through here Thursday. A. Blanton of Surrenry, Ga., spent I
s Messrs. A. V. Viirnes I. Varnes last week here Rev. Blanton I was '
Joe Johns and Morris Posey ofStarke. conducting I the revival meeting here '
are here on a flailing trip and at the Free Will Baptist church. .: "Prices of materials have reached the low level."

having splendid luck !\fl'. and Mrs. Truman Thomas, of

Miss Nona Brown spent part of last Ziff were In town Saturday. : "Starke is on the of a BUILDING BOOM.; "
week with her cousin Mws Eunice Mcsdamps U. D. and L. L. Johns of l: :, /: d' verge

McKinney of New River New )River, were In town Saturday at. .
"Starke needs 20 houses take of the
Melt Harris has moved his family ternoon. ,; new to care

7 back here Ray Andrews was in the Bradford ; 'f" V coming tourists which Mr. Inman is sell between
Mrs. Mann Roberson and Mrs. Jea- soot Thursday afternoon . going to -

l sle Jones, of Wind(>r(', made a business Mr. Kitchin, of Leesburg, spent the ) -"
and December 1
trip to Starke Saturday week-end here attending to business I now sL'We .
Mrs. Reynolds and children pastied affairs.

through here Saturday. Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Mrs. .P.

Mrs. Jones gave: a candy pulling M. Barefoot and daughter, Inec spent ri

Saturday night, and it wan well at- Wednesday In LaCrosse, ''' .

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the building line.Ask PS rS& 'fe: No. 3 Sidiffg $ i -5Z$3

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ft In f for your copy of f <* $ q sa* ?

No. 3 Sheeting $12

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beautiful book of Prices f. o. b. cars '

; Trolley TracksDriving 4l l bungalow designs. Plans and mill. Cash with

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in trolley tracks is destructive to tires 't ;

ti because the tires are thus distorted. Michelins r / furnished.
suffer less than ordinary makes from this abuse 4 / "

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| ]Messrs. W C. Whitten and J. J. Mrs. Alfred McKinney spent the remembered here by her many friend* this week. > '
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week-end with her Mrs.I, ,.
Farrcelly were visitors to JcaksonvilleI daughter as Miss Mae Tucker Mrs. Walter Edmondson and! children i \

I I Sunday, Walter Edmondnon at Sampson.\ I' Truby 11)'allflld sinter, Ruby, spent of Sampson spent Sunday afternoon 't '
Bits of LocalInformation 1 i Mr. and Mre. Barney Cone and two John McKinney: of Sampson was a Sunday with their brother at Zit!'. with her parents. s;6
business visitor here Frida '. 4
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children, of Lake Butler, were visiting A crowd of t. ,
young folks .motoredout Guy Rosier and Chcsley Fogg werevisitor. ; ''I
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKinney are visiting -
/ relatives here Sunday to Hampton belch Sunday after to Eailcton I beach Sunday af. '$ /).
relatives at New River I
I j Mr*. W. W. Rice left Sunday for : ternoon. .
Oscar Wasdin was a visitor to noon.Mr. ::
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I O.. T..aM. lr.M.a. I Jacksonville, where she will spend Sampson Tuesday Jessie Maincs of Mouutooclm, and !Mrs. Odell Abernathy .. :, tIr t\,

a M IYw.eM W C..,, q4 T..a several day before going on to KlsI Oscar Dyal wa a business visitorto was a business visitor hree Saturday were business visitors to tho county ,
I simmee where she will\ join Mr. Rice the county seat Thursday.L. Ray McKinney! is on I the sick II,,' f. 'ut Saturday.SEPTEMBER : U ..
They will make that place their future : + ...i'
..... . Hall, of Louise, was a Business tarutl
+ -- j'I homo. We are sorry to lose I i f .
Miss Ella Woodruff of j Mrs. J. P. Canova and daughter, them from our midst but wish them I Visitor here Friday. @tnm@lai I CtllmJlII.1nt1)ClrJQwt"JQC11IItJQlDQCDClDmmmmmIlllDtDt1Gta; ; ;) i.
I ]Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Matthews and !
ting Miss Audrey Johns. Miss Anna, who have been spending well in their new home. It '

i! the summer in Hendersonville and I Miss Loca Johnson, who is teaching daughters, Roberta and Stella spent. .. ,

: me to the community sing at other parts in the mountains, have returned .near Lake Butler spent last weekend |I Thursday 1It Waldo. i, ," ,.
uk Sunday afternoon at 4 j home. Leo and Pete, who were 1 I here with relatives. I Earney Dowling, of Hamilton, was :' : '
business visitor here "'edlle"da '. ...
with their mother part of the time, "'. I. Roberts of Jacksonville spent) a ) S
Gti6( cures. Malarial Fever' I are now in Paducab Ky. last week-end here. The Masonic lodge met here Friday "t )
aftt.rnoon.Ed I "
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Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Groover,
W Morgan is in Pinellas Barry is operating the gristmill '
I Mrs. M. L. Smith and little Jacksonville, were visiting relativesnear [>>4'r\
daughter .
look, after his landed during the illness of his father ,...?
Mary Elizabeth, returned home here last week I
there. I I and it will be running every Satur "
j last week from a visit! with relatives ]Mrs. Dona Browning: pent last
in Latta and Johnston Sunday and Monday in Lake Butler day.
S. C. They j
A. D. Andrews of I .
Hon. Ernest Wasdin of Waldo, the
j were accompanied home by; Mrs. B, Shepard"Moore and Clarence Hitch spent ;
business visitor to Starke
-u a week with his Mr. and ,
R. Smith, mother of Rev. M.: L. Smith, were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. I, grandparents
Tuesday.66b I I Mrs. O. I> 'al.Je..lle I
W. .
f who will remain sometime in Starke. Mrs. S. M. Morrell spent MondayIn | ) I *
1921 t
Jacksonville. and Marvin Ogden were business
cures Biliousness. visitors to tl., scat Fri
-- I I 666 Cures a Cold quickly. Curits Rosier happened to a painful county SUN MON TUB WED THO FBI SA1

Mrs. G. "'. Thomas has returned accident Sunday while at Swift day.Eddy J
Wasdin, of Wald" spent lastWednesday .
nor home Stuart after a visit Evangelist Schuler and Lloyd L. Creek, breaking his arm Just above j with his _
here. King returned from Oxford, Sunday the wrist while trying to crank a car. $grandparents. '
lativcs ]
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Rufus Johnson and little son, Lee G 7 8 9 10 ,
afternoon, where they had held possibly l. Ho ya hurried to Lake Butler where
Voungblood, Percy Jones, Frank Rey
hisses i Essie Woodruff and v the greatest meeting/ ever taking : Dr. Maines set the broken member. I -
nolds and Satur-
r Irving Dyal spent
Benbow of Falatka are visiting ,:I place in Sumter county. The numItr Carl Andrews was visiting relatives I day in Waldo. \
Fonverted at the meeting was said in Lake Butler several days this week
t iris Epperson. I Mr. Rollins business visitorto
was a SEPT. ,
to be; fifty-six. Old feuds and differences Mr. Cribbs and family are moving NEXT TUESDAY 6
Gainesville! Saturday.
Rub-My-Tism kills pain. of long standing were settled here this week from Bunnell. They I
and many men of that county joinedthe will be located in the cottage recently Math Wasdin was a business' visitor WALLACE REID in P "

Mr. and Mrs. James A. church. vacated by Mrs. W. W. Rice. to Hampton Saturday evening.
T. J. Warren of Nassau, Is visiting .
and children are guests at the Barney Hendricks and Alma Alvarez -
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.Byrd FOOL"'IHBTAI.r.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. .In'.. ;arcs Bilious Fever. were married Sunday at Swift I I

--- Creek. j Wr., and Mrs. Frank Bevillo spent : (IIA' JIGGKK; WHO PUT THE: JAY IN JAZZ
Allan and Levy Canova of I The local camp of Woodmen held Shepard Moore, Mrs. Browning and I i
\ille! spent the week-end with , their fish fry at the Hayes place on ]Mrs. Conner attended the funeral of the. week-end in Gainesville with relatives. l. "",.." Tibblo his name; Hicksvlll\ his station. But the gods: had

parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. I| Sampson lake last Thursday night. I' Mrs. Kate Dowling Friday near OIus-. Il given him syncopated' feet. One day he struck New York HID regular
Odell Abernathy of Jacksonville I job was brushing dust from Uncle Knwh's: ) moth-eaten Jug business
and .
About 300 .
people were present tee. ; t'' for a "dollar a day and experience.. His st-cret side-linn was a "Pierre '
Mrs. F. F. Stump and : I I I they had fish in abundance. An un- I -Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Andrews, Mrs. h-r on a visit with relatives. t and la "I'eonie" dance in Broadway's classiest cabaret-for $200) a week K a
Evelyn Marjorie and Lillian j successful attempt to enjoy swimmingwas I II Vf. II. Andrews and Tate Denmark Mra. Lewis Byrd of Glen St. Mary and the love of a wonderful girl. Until one night-! 1
I is visiting at the home of her parents, A laughing with heart of With II"' Daniels Tully
Monday from a delightful visit the only drawback to the pleasure. I spent Tuesday, in Starke. picture a gold. !! .-
Amherst.Va.Mrs. After wading more than half II' }Ir. and Mrs. E. J. Murrhee.Mr. I Marshall, Raymond Hatton, Lillian Leighton ,
I | And 13th Episode of ""I"lfal1'IS( I'AIIC"
and Mrs. Lewis Matthews spent
the lake with the water
Maude Horne and little more than knee deep, they gaveit I -- the week-end with her parents in

Miss Lucille of Ocala are guests ,; up in disgust. ,The electric light and Ice bonds Waldo. NEXT FRIDAY
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh at I!I were offered for sale Thursday, Aug.: Mrs. W. T. Wasdin, of Waldo, spent ,

lake. j Starke l is lucky in having/ Messrs. jIll I I at the city council hall and they Saturday with her parents, Mr. and ) Paramount-Artcra't All-'tar Cast in

T. J. Griffin and A. P. Hoffman at the I II |wdnt like the proverbial hot cakes, Mrs. O. W. Dyal. I f

Rub-My-Tism cures sores. depot. Mr. Griffin, the station agent j Ieery one at par. A few citizens stcpU MeHsnChesley Fogg, Guy Rosier, "

is a regular information bureau on all :| .('d! lively and secured a small num- Irving Dyal, Ed Harry, Frank and "EVERYWOMAN"Thus
Misses Nell Roberts and I and her The sale nf the bonds I Violas Reynolds, LeRoy and Alvin
subjects pertaining/ passenger ;j ready
Godwin, of Lawtey, were recent freight traffic and is always courteous ,i.. sures the city improvements by RI'I,I Wasdin and Prof Revels spent Saturday Man Far, Painted *Vice Doth Ever)"nian forsake. ;.

tors at the home of Dr. and Mrs. and willing to give information. Mr. II |: vember 1st, and marks our first I afternoon at Hampton beach., Passion and Wealth have failed her in, her fervid. quest of love.
L Biggs. i I Frank Johns of Waldo, spent Sunday Yet her pilgrimage lends through a great: city's pleasures, sensations
[ Hoffman, the express agent/ takes! step to boost Lalte Butler and be at ::1 1
I afternoon in burg. and pain to that ultimate happy hour for which the heart of 1':vr ry- C
I great pains to see that all packages :j the top with our. I'lorida sister cities. I our woman yearns. The sum of u lovely woman's '.xltt.ri'fu.-Vlvhi.
Miss Elizabeth Brownlee is 'I Joe I'revatt and son, Ed, and Luther (
I are properly made up and addressed -Lake Butler -Times.i I I colorful, up In the second'-Lavishly: singed with the greatest cast ever a
ing Miss Thelma Brown of i Hall of Hampton, spent Sun. fft
1 so they will\ reach their c"eBtlnation In ; I near shown on the screen--including
and Mrs. J. H. Williams of Lake good shape and as quickly as nossi- I j I ATTENTION, COTTON GROWERS day afternoon here. I II One Hundred of I the ]MOB! IIt'a"Uful"olll'n in the World I 1

ter.I I ble. I I I Wiley Edmondson '
Our which Bible school here Sunday\
damaged by
gins, were
:Messrs. P. A. Crosby, O. W. |' The U..D. C. will meet next Wednesday fire a short time ago, arc being j j;: ternoon. 8f'l NEXT SATURDAY SEPT. I 10 (
as and J. J. Morgan, of Brooker re'l I.I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and I at the home of Mrs. O. L. paired, and we will be ready to ] IIVE REEL: COMEDY DRAMA
transacting business in Starke Haynes 4:30 end, bale cotton this [Roy, attended the meeting: at
: p. m. your season ate I "
day. I I before, and give the same good IIl'r.I'i Creek Sunday I ,[ "When Mary Ellen Comes to Town"

.I"j L. C. Powell has returned home ,'j ioo. I IWo Mr. and Mrs. Cimpus Ix-mniH, of j I ,'

666 cures Chills and Fever. I I from Jacksonville\ where he had a I are also cotton buyers mid will inneola, Lake county, spent t till' \I I[ Episode 7 THE TRAIL OF THE OCTOPUS ;

Mr and Mrs. John Uglow/ went '| slight operation performed. on his eyeand pay' the highest market prices for all ; week-end at the home of Mr. and 1 Mrs :: t ti u
I J. H. Beville. !Mrs. U-mmi will bes I
to state that he is sale. ,
glad cotton brought to for I I
Jacksonville Saturday and spent we are us Look for the I'uiiiiiiount-Artrriift ally in Sumlay'H 'rimrs-Union,
eral days with their daughter, : j i: doing well. I 0-2-21. GRIFFIN & JOHNS. I II I j I; and conipuio our program with other towns') .

R. L. McDowell.A J Ij I I s' ANNOUNCEMENTSK : ; : Help us mako the Fourth Annual 1'lIrllllluuntV..k the" Lest yet.
j Miss, Nelle Roberts and Mrs. Eflio GRAHAM; I '
::1 You are interested In better pit turps. So are we. To that end wu arebooking 1 1M
good deal of building and Miner, of Lawtey, will entertain. this ---- I. :M only. the l best pictures. we fan secure, and for the Fourth. An. c r
pairing is- going on in Starke : afternoon at a kitchen shower, coinj 1 Graham, Sept 2.--Miss Eunice McKinney - i null l'arllnHlunt.k we have spared no expense to present nn exceptionally C

and there would be more if <, I plimentary to Miss Inn Alderman, of and brother Roy, of New River : For Clerk: Treasurer & Tax Collector ,, i iI ::' line program. I

UTS could be found to do it. Starke. were visiting their grandparents hereby announce myself a candidate Ii NO INCREASE IN ADMISSION Ii
__ I this week. for the office of Clerk, Treasurer (: : ( fc
and Tax Collector for the town of :4 For I'liramoullt'I'k we want just doulilo our "regulars( ," und us }
RAirOIU>)> Misses\ Eunice McKinney and Ixiis
Rev. M. Smith returned ,
L. |I an Iricliuemoiit for a larger attendance<< have sot the admission for
Moody spent Monday afternoon with Starke. Having served the town as I '
lost week from Indian Springs, | each of the threenighlsatADULTS fcT"
2. Mr. and Mrs. clerk for several I considermyself :
where. he attended the annual Raiford, Sept. Frances Murrhee. years I
mooting at that place. Ury Gunter and little daughter, Dorothy Roy Roberts made a business trip competent to fill the office and I 3Oc CHILDEN 15c t ,

of Jacksonville, were visiting to Hampton Wednesday shall, if elected, use my beet endeavors ( ,

666 Cures Dengue Fever. relatives and friends here Tuesday j ]Miss Olive Padgrtt' of Ziff, was a';j)''I to discharge( the duties of tho of-, i
Messrs. Ralph Goodman and Yel- visitor here Wednesday '! tier to the full satisfaction of all. I I

F. C. Hodges, of Heilbornn vington/ of Hastings, were visiting Roy Kalch, of Hampton was,a visitor ; Your support at the ensuing election ( Gaiety Theatre

brought the first sugar cane of :friends here the first of the week. to our burg Wednesday. |j will be much appreciated. ;

season to Starke Wednesday It I A. D. Andrews was a visitor to Misses! Ethel Byrd, Olive Padgett<< I I I C. A. }o'UTCII.rENTAWORD, '

bought by Mr. Kickliter and sold Jacksonville Tuesday. Frances Murrhee, Bcseje:4bcrpathy, f I;i: STARKE, FLORIDA 5

hot cakes. | Mrs. J. C. Jones and little son, Bil- Rosa Jones and Math Was rhi pent ,

| ly Clifford spent several days In Wednesday afternoon at Hamptoji 'n cammm@@m@@mm@m@@IDmmmiu@mmmmtiliammmrtt@mmmmmmm@ro@mti! ( ) > @@

Mr. and !Mrs. N. D. Wainwright i / (' the first of the week. Bench ._ -

sons, Joe and James Richard Those who attended the Woodmen Math Wasdin was a business visitor mmmmmlDmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm @mm@mm@@m@/sA I

ed Monday from Pablo Beach, fish fry at Sampson lake Thursday to Starke Wiwi!ocmlay.Chcsley -- -

they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I night were Messrs. Earl Whltten, Fogg n'utde l a .hiwinens! trip jj1

T. Clark. I I Cason, Mr. Baker and W. H.. to Starke Thursday j.. I"I"I yir 1.

.. Jesse Ogden"of Tampa arrived Co! 1 t
FOR SALE:-Charleston Wakefle'dcabbagt
Rev. J. B. Rooney presiding W. II. Andrews was a visitor to Thursday for a few days-visit i .wttli
G. C. Starko
plants. Cady
of the Jacksonville district ol1\'iJle Wednesday. his parents, Mr. and l\1ra.'r.t'O; ;f- ;
02tf.FOR .
at the Methodist church Sunday Little Miss Evelyn Bower, who has den. : .... ._.. ____ I!
ing! and while here was a guest at the guest of little Doris Moore, J. C. Barry i. some better at this -
SALE-Good milth and 3 l
cow i. __ __ _
home of Rev, and Mrs. M. L. the past month returned to her writing. months old calf. tA.; Scott .
in Tampa Saturday. George/ Arthur and Calhoun Barry 1- +
Rub-MyTIsm kills Infection. Misses Byrd and Byrdett of Jack returned to their home. In Tampa on Starke, Fla. .. -O:2-2t. w I. _........ .... ... s?+

sonville were visiting here Saturday Monday LOST-Bunch of keys. Return to Sam t
A hen owned by C. N. Cooper of Miss Per- Elberton Blue Georgia Granite ,
laid an' : Sunday, the guests Mrs. Jesse Byrd and little son, of Rosenberg. ) Starke, and receive reward 'I' ,
egg: having a protuberance Whitten. Tampa, are visiting her parents, Mr. n 'r "THE STONE ETERNAL"
the small end, as if the intention Several of the young folks from and Mrs. J. C. Barry ,

been to produce a .pelican chick. attended the picture show at the The Woodmen Circle met here Friday I'Oft IU.NT-fl loom bungalow with '6, And.GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various 'hades make

is in the Telegraph's museum. on farm Saturday night./ afternoon.Mrs. all modern improvements. garage! .

Mr. and Mrs. Goethe and children, Andrew Sparks and Sarah' and an acre of the very best land. MEMORIALS

Mrs. Avis Man ell and Manning were visitors here Satur- P<>ns, of Mounteocha attended the See Mrs. S. F. Hamrkk Starke, It J .
Marguerite and Harold, of
afternoon. Woodmen Circle here Friday. --- Renowned
have been visiting: her .' Misses Bessie Kennedy and Thelma Mrs. Autumn Youngblood of Wal LOST-Pointer pup 8 months old, fe. ;

Mrs., Elizabeth Johns. Mrs. of Lake Butler were visiting do, spent Monday here on business. male red and white head red. Reward : : FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY

is a prominent teacher in the Sunday afternoon.Mr. Fate Prevatt has moved into) the for return to Frank Morgan I
proof school. Anderson of Jacksonville, wnll'Isitlncr Barry cottage.I. Starke.' 0-2. t'.1 p

friends here Sunday. L. Ogden was a business visitorto
Mrs. Janie Woodward of (' Sampson Thursday. WANTED TO TRADE-Good Ford I Three 'essential factors to be considered in buying monuments

ville, was here Sunday to attend Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmondson worm truck for a pair of heavy turpentine a are. BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP-

funeral of her little nephew, Catarrh Can Be CuredCaturrh of Sampson, were visitors here last mules. A. D. Andrews, Rai RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi

Wainwright/ Jr While in town Is a loral ".......0 K"11 mfu. Thursday. ford. 812tf. nation when buying' our material. {
Woodward was a guest/ at the home by con..lltuU"nul I' Mr. Rosa Pon and Miss Ethel r

Mr. and Mrs. J F. Kickliter. .'" IIALll8" regWrea CA1'AhIUI.JlltUllonal, Mtpl'MI'< : Byrd spent Thursday with Mrs. Autumn WANTED-to Eggs,will hens bring, chickensShipped FlnrirlnState COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. I
Internally ... d acre Ihrouill us
taken the M" 1)0& Surface. o'MIfVCIN Youngblood at Waldo. i( Leading Manufacturers of the SouthField !
ha }hood on Marketing Bureau prices.
Ruh-My-TIsm for rheumatism. .' I jI I t
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ihe loundrtl or Representative,
.de.imyr Payment forwarded by return mill. ':
The Quinine Tint Dots Not Affect 1>.. du.a.e. the. ..'V"..."Ih..r.1 I p"clam neaith .Iren"tl and ...latP, hy Colds Cause snip mat Influenza R..fl'r.ncDuni Bradntrr-et. National W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA. ,'. I
B'J'ame) of lt. tonic and laxvrhn! ..!feet, i. ." g tAXATtv1e'QVp.PrCT'tblet..omw.ttt! Buv 1 I'ilsmm@mmtumlrla@ritmvaiaku@taaisnmaumm '
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tions in covertly calling for strike action do today and in so doing: display an j, Ellis Clemens, of Wauchula was in''I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Newer r:v.-

OTHER SECTIONS FOLLOW TAMPA'SEXAMPLE on the part of his hearers should I immorality which while existing to-I town Tuesday enroute to Brooker. :i spent Sunday here visiting with

.: the decision of the railroad labor day, is passive rather than Messrs. J. B. Thomas and J. W. friends.D. .

board on the eight-hour question next j The few can never regulate the conduct j Lewis attended the cemetery work- '; J. O. and B. Green, of Pine l1a:;|,

; AND CRY "STOP THIEF! month prove unfavorable to the men: I of the many, especially when institutions ing at New Hope Wednesday. were visitors here Saturday

I. "The laboring man of the United are legally determined by Harley Thomas, of Graham, was in O. W. Thomas attended church ,;

States can bo Father, Son and Holy the majority. I this section Sunday. I II Rock Sunday.J. .

" When the Tampa Times, In co-ope- banker. While he claims no superior Ghost of every damn thing in this Morals of any sort are the productof I Misses Rhoda and Lomie Thomas I' Goodge was in Brooker Sat .r.

'r ration with the Tampa ClearingHouse knowledge, :your banker country if he wants to. Organized, education not the results of law. i{i spent Sunday with Alma Thomas. day.

T' Association, started its campaign has sources' of information and he ran do anything he wishes."I However lax the morals may be today I Alva Thomas spent Sunday with his ,t Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown w. re

d t to rid this section, tit crooked opportunities for .investigationnot do not know what the decision of I they reflect the education of the past. cousin, Opal Lewis. :'' visitors in Pine Hill section Sund.iy.'

t. stock salesmen it net, an example available to the average In- the railroad labor board will be. ButI j Temperance, respect for the Sabbath, I Ben Kerce, of Clayno, was in stir
which other sections of the state are dividual. In the meantime keep know what you men ought to do- I! yes, respect for the law itself, comes WATERMILL! section*last week.

},. following.: A number of warnings; to I :your money in his bank and be work just eight hours. If the decision J I from people having been taught, not

(' the people to investigate before they content with the steady income is not favorable to us, I suggest that + forced, to respect them. Watermill, Sept. 2.-Miss Ira Col- | To Cure a Cold In One Day

> invest have appeared in the state pa- ': from a Ravings account until you the employee of the 12 lines in and I I son of Pine Hill, passed through here Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (T.I>I.... |It
around New York City 'go on a fishing ZIFF I Saturday. loiw the Cough and Hvadaclia and wurki vfl the
find investment that
t h- pers. In Jacksonville Sunday the can an Cold. C.W.C.ROVEauDatiueone| LbU. aOc.
Bank stand investigation.' trip' until the companies see our I Mrs. D. J. O. Green and Mrs. A. L.
Barnett National published over ;
." d Its own signature a five-column advertisement i That which is good will bear point of.view." Ziff, Sept. 2.-Mrs. Roberts, of : Greene spent Friday and Saturday in '| .._Ugm.gmg.bmmm! !WtDt

: '., which is a classic of its I scrutiny. Thus we have the spectacle of an Brooker is here on a visit with her the Lake Butler section. I'j COFFINS & CASKETS
organized union labor official suggesting daughter, Mrs. Truman Thomas.A Messrs. Tom Markey and Evan |
'., kind and is here reproduced in ,I 5I *
for the good it may do in south Florida -I I It is gratifying to see that other first that might is always pref- daughter was born to Mr. and Hodges attended the party at Mr. and j' And a Full Line ofUuertolrera'
erable to right, at least where organ- Mrs. II. Palmer August 23rd. Mrs. Waters of Lake Butler, Saturday Supplies
: of the state business
sections are making -
ARE YOU BUYING STOCK I ized labor is concerned; and, second Rev. J. II. Kelly attended the annual night, which was given in honor of
hard for jobbers of fako and
I i\' The humble home of the native doubtful stocks. Every warning: printed counseling open defiance of law. Such meeting at Mt. Zion Sunday.Mr. their daughter, Etta. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
: beliefs and practices are offensive to and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and Mrs. J. H. Brown and daughter, Always on hand. The belt service -
Floridian removed from the lines I I
definite number of dollars
means<< a
of travel, has built of rough 'saved to Investors. all good Americans. It was to cor- children spent Sunday at Louise, the Reba, were shopping in Brooker Fri- at the lowed price.. Sp..
I rect such false ideas that 70,000 guests of the letter's parents, Mr. and day afternoon.: del attention to telegraph or-
boards "lean-to" for the of ?
<< use
14' A general campaign to drive crook- Registered 3mbalmer.:!:
the Americans died in the recent war, and Mrs. Sam Pons. Mrs. Ida Goodge had as: her guests en.
visiting relatives or traveler ed stock salesmen out of the state
.' who finds himself in the locality i where Germany failed, no other alleged Mr. and Mrs.-Ed Lewis and childrenof Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges
undertaken by and banker.
when night falls. Aa this primitive newspapers power has much chance to suc Brooker, attended church at Rock and daughters, Creasy and Melbree, DeWTIT C. JONES
; I everywhere, will mean millions of
ceed. Saturday. Misses Rhoda and Reba. Brown and STARKE FLA.ASPIRIN.
guest room is often occupiedby dollars saved to Florida people this t
J' vendors of medicines, books Misses Alma and Virgie Thomas, Alva Thomas.
t., and sewing machines, it is known :year. MORALS BY LAW Altha, Opal and Lula Mae Lewis' L. L.. Johns, of New Kiver, passed
The word has! gone out that Florida '
":.. as the "agent's room." I Is now the most state! in spent Saturday evening the guests of through here Saturday.W. T
Today these rooms fre While it may be true mat prohibi- the Misses Thomas. Tyler was a visitor in the Five
are the union that we have been least affected
; -
:; quently occupied by the wily by the readjustment depres tion has compelled some men to be O. W. Thomas, of Pine Mill, spent Mile section Sunday.J. .

stock salesman, from whom even_ more temperate than they were, it is Sunday at the home of J. W. Lewis. II. Brown is' reported on the sick Name "Bayer" on Genuine

the lowly fail to escape. sion.The crooked stock knows also true that it has not improved the Ardell Crosby Troy Andrews, El- list this week.

FLORIDA IS INFESTED WITH this. lie studies the promoter business I morals, if it has the conduct of any lery Thomas and Bessie Colson, of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Brown were attending -
STOCK JOBBERSThe map of them, as they will still drink' if Brooker, were callers in this section to business in Brooker Sat
more carefully than the legitimate
wire-tapper aristocrat of they can by hook or crook get anything Tuesday evening. urday.
business for always -
man, "pickings" are
crooks, is a winter bird and wings: best where fat bank: accountsare to drink. There is no question, Avy Starling spent Sunday guestof Mrs. Viola Thomas attended the

his way northward In April. The most plentiful. whatever, that prohibition has multi- Ollie Padgett. Free Will church at Brooker Satur- QQ

crooked seller of doubtful stocks plied violators of law, and made crim- Oliver Sparks, of Louise and Misa day.
Scores of these crooked promoter inals of who had Alma Thomas of Graham the '
is a year-round pest. He abounds some men formerly were
In the countryside, the city and and wily salesmen are already in our enough respect for law to try to stay guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas To Stop a Couch Quick
the hamlet. His oily smile and midst, and the state will be infested within it. In its moral aspect Intem- Sunday afternoon. take HAYES HEALING HONEYS a

clammy handshake neither your with them before cold weather if we i perance has not been lessened by the Robert Groover wag very ill last cough medicine which stops the cough by Take Aspirin only a* told in each package .
office boy nor home do not pet up on the housetops and prohibitory law. week but is much improved at this heating the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.A t>f genuine Bayer Tablet! of Aspirin.
your can
K shout warnings to all who will hear. box of GROVE O-PEN-TRATE Then will be following the dlrectiims
The so-called "blue law" which writing.Dr.
evade. The widow congress
with insurance SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and and dosage worked out. .
L money is a choice prospect. Publicity will remove the menace. is now petitioned to enact will Middleton, of Starke, made a Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of 21 years, and proved by cafe phyaimuouduring by mil
The opportunity he offers is And it Is a genuine financial menace have about the same effect Peoplewill professional! call) in our burg last HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve lions Take no chance with substitutes.
that we face. Millions and millions' of week. should be rubbed on the chest and throat If see the Bayer Cro
; not and cannot be compelled by you s on .
something to wonder at. He
usually of children: suffering from a Cold or Croup. you
hard-earned Florida will can take them without fear f(1.ld8
good dollars
law to attend church desist' from Hugh Butler Crosby of
has "only a few shares left" cer- Brooker The healing;effect of Harm tlMllnl Honrr la- Heartache, Neuralgia, Rhoumatisra,
and seldom speaks of dividends lie traded for worthless stock if the tain Sunday amusements, and regu- was attending to business in our burg vide the. throat combined with the heallm effect oflinm Darartin, Toothache. Lumbago and for
i O-Pen-TraM Sain through ttie pore of
under one hundred percent. Yet public is not aroused.A I late their observance of the first dayin Saturday. :the ktn MOO Mop a cough. Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve taMfta.
the trash he sells will dividends copy of today's Times, with this the week according to any legal Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott were I, Both remedies. are packed to one carton and the cost few cents.. Irulrgieta l aluo sell lnrgerpackeges. :
pay coat of the combined natmeiit la SSo. ...plrin'8 the trade mark of
when<< Eskimos camp on the article marked, is being sent to every prescription. They will justify even attending to business in Brooker Saturday Just ask your druggist for 4 HAYES' Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoi'ticapid-
' St. Johns. newspaper<< in Florida. We hope that defiance of such prescription by citing i) :HEALING HONEY. ester of Kalicylicacid

You should I each editor who reads it will how !It
a always' question the
of stocks to the bankers in his town and that
safety that promise a
large he and his bankers will get togetheron
1 ; return.
Money Is hard to make and hard a publicity campaign. By the time ,

i to keep. Po not risk your fundsin the campaign; is well under way the

schemes that vanish overnightand crooked stock salesman' will all move .
'leave out to more fertile fields.
you discouraged and
confidence The only fertile fields will be those
your shaken.
Before buying a stock ask wherein the people have not been When down
wti yourself these questions; properly warned.S. . yoU right:

s.7 Are tho company's' officers men I
of standing The amount of Florida money "in-
Is there n' demand for the com- Tented" in worthless stock certificates to reason what is there to

pany's products during the past ten years would builda

" Is the demand such that a period complete system! of state highways,
<<1 of business depression can or would clear up and put in production discount til-es--

r have little effect on earnings? a million acres of land. Jv

t''. Are the assets of the company Shall we continue to pay this princely a

; not only sufficient, but in excess tribute to the crooked promoters? )

4{ of the requirements for safety! ? Isn't it time to wake up, rub our next time'a friend comes ently maintained quality first t
i ? You should also consult your eyes and cry ;'Stop Thief! all excited about ,
some standards with certain
economy t 4 t
J -- wonderful tire bargain-ask him for the tire buyer.
TOO MANY REPUBLICANS the overshadowing legislative. developments -
I how much value he
session at get
-- of the present They have established 92
f ;; for each dollar of tire
Reports from Washington! appearto Washington. money. Factory Branches all over theIt's
, indicate that congress is beginningto Maying politics in the legislativehalls
t realize the error of its ways The at Washington results in but one astonishing that any car country Perfecting U. S. distribution n f

landslide at the last November owner today should not know all ''that
} polls thing-class legislation. Never have so you get a fresh,

was an unfortunate thing./ It placedtoo ] we had a congress which has put thru the tire service he is entitled to. live tire every time you buy a l y iri'
many republicans in Washington so' much class legislation in so short
for the good of the party, or of the a time. And never have the various Nor how to check up between U. S. Tire. ;.

nation. The G. O. P, majority in both classes been so insistent in their demand the of *.. *. B .
economy par quality on r ; St
the senate and the house is too large \!. Business interests have shaped So when a
man once decideson
for good government. Legislation!: the tariff and are powerful in present one hand-and big discounts,

good, bad or indifferent, hug too easya tax revision. American ship owners surplus 1 stocks, discontinued mes.. U. S. Tires he knows: what he

road when the minority party is so are dictating the merchant marine retreads on the other is getting in quahtyservlcean -

weak as to offer little real resistance. policy. The agrarian bloc, perhapsthe economy.

The result is that the republican most powerful In the senate today is. *. .
congress, whether it realized the factor is virtually dictating the legislative In support of his own judg- A ff '' fl

not, has been playing politics instead program of the upper house in For two years U. S. Tire ment he gets the pledged word
of enacting I legislation. Discharging the interests of the farmers.
makers have been
telling the and reputation of the
party obligations acquired But congress shows signs of wak- largest
during the last election; and building ing up. Broad-minded leaders in the American people all about tires. and most successful tire concern

f fences against the congressional legislative branch realize the resultsof in the world..
R They have laid open the tire
,4 Kcvramble a year hence and the presidential such a policy and are sounding the

i campaign in 1924 have been dangers. A combination of progressive business from every angle. A sound reason for the fact The

I republicans with the democratic
II They have always r, that you see more U. S. CHAIN TREAD
representation is seeking N
--I IIJ I to curb this orgy of law making someway for led the fight for better U. S. Tires on more On cf lio! few tires of which

[ particular classes. Of course it is a ( j i T"('\ cars than ever. this it muy bu.said iim t they deliver

bit late for reform, but better late tires.They rr d .1'-II :-=- economy year I., tuj yore out

than never. I have consist v, a"You > year. .ud tin alter ere.

"-. ,

I g.r. fresh fcv. it r. .,.ry Mow
"The people] be damned" attitude<< "ruu tuy. U. S flee."
; > ", <''U> IL HH':'.W :V
expressed by old Commodore Vander-

mm.SOgood bile many years ago, ha> been outlawed .

according. to our belief. We
1 thought it had gone under, along with

,'I / cigarettes march other archaic of progress.notions But, we before are now the United States Tires

) for 'IOc from
willing to admit that we may have

one sack of been mistaken. There still! exists in

this country that attitude toward United States Rubber
GENUINE others, especially! where personal wel- CompanyFORD

fare is concerned, but, strange to say,
, ; it has been shifted to the other side
of the fence. Once the shibboleth of

capital, it is now the threat of labor.
At recent rail labor meet in New
DURHAM York city, G. II. Planten, whose titlo ,

TOBACCO is given as' vice president of the Unit. I I

.. ed Brotherhood of Maintenance of
I Way Employee' and Shop Foremen,
to' Xtf nnt n i ii..
u _:.: nmde the following startling declara- --l --

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SEPTEMBER 2, 1921.
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--- Orlando wa second with 1644, and f1i''

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I Co. L of Tarpon Springs third with k y1 :I Is

a.If_wwwr'W_''''___ .. 14C6. s

I = Live State "New The hospitality to be enjoyed at the ...1 :

? home of ]Mr.), and Mrs. P. N. King, of Here'svhy CAMELS are

I I Williston hat become wide-
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i Told by Our Exchanges. ''y known, for a few weeks ago a wild
i I possum of the real old Southern variety -
! the
,-- dropped in and found himself quality cigarette J

I a permanent home under the raves
74 of Tuesday up
Gus Allmon years age, was night during an electric
billed by South Georgia railway trainat storm, lightning struck the home of It lost no time in trying to establish. ,., iBECAUSE .

Greenville, Madison county, Wednesday Clara Ashley colored, in the quar- friendly relations with its new hosts we put the utmost quality into this :
and frequently called at the front
ters at
morning: Pinetta hitting the chimneyand
I tearing out the whole end of the porch even when strangers were on Camels are as good as it's pos '

Henry Tienkers, 70, was killed whenhe I house. Her boy, 14 years old, was his hand.was Another a loud growling exceptional at any trait hour of w sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
was struck by an Atlantic CoastLine instantly killed, his neck being bro-
of the day or night to let everyone fine tobaccos to make cigarette.
ken the
passenger train while walkingon by stroke, and two other children ,
know that he and i
the track at a crossing just a were badly hurt. The family was was present U
is for Camels. And bear this f
frhort way east of Six-mile Creek. at supper at the time. Nothing good

William II. Mountain, a white man, in mind I Everything is done to make Camels the :
26 years of age, was found dead yesterday
Buck Edenfield was shot. and. killed John Haines, a negro, died at his near J. L. Greer's dry kiln, c best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
"Wednesday at noon near I'erry by home at St. Augustine from the effects -
about four miles south of Dade City,
Jack Cruce in a dispute over an alleged of stings by yellow jackets a and simply for show.
and W. A. Blakely, a white man,
small account. Edenfield species of in
shot wasp common the South.
Nettie Johnson and Stella Hudson, Take the Camel for instance. It's the
Cruce, wounding him slightly, before The negro was hauling muck from a package
negro women, are in jail charged with C r
being shot himself. swamp near the city when his horses his murder. Blakely and Mountainwere most perfect packing science can devise to protect -
disturbed a nest of the
seen to pass through Greer Saturday HLCDO cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy li i
>d the stings his paper 4
J. E. Oglenby, 74, of St. Petersburg on arrival home in the former's wagon. and

received injuries from which he later but died five hours later from the poison when the dead body was found, suspicion secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal tit

died when he was knocked from his physicians!injected the yellow jackets, at once pointed to Blakely as an the fold and make the package air-tight. But

bicycle by an automobile. The aged accomplice to his undoing. Mountain'shead

man was carrying ice in one hand and was crushed from several! blows! there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no .

steering the bicycle with the other at Farmers of the Hastings section expect and within a few feet of where tho extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
of the accident.At to plant bumper of Irish
the time crops body was found there was a wagon
potatoes next season according to a track which led circuitous route
by a
Such things do not improve the smoke any more ty
a meeting of directors of the compilation of reports from Drawers. hack to Blakfly's home. .

Plant City Growers' Association( Sat- Federal agriculture reports showinga than premiums or coupons. And

urday morning J. H. Drew & Com- shortage of potatoes and an increasing Two felt hats, a blue handkerchief, must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
price is the
principal factor
pany, of Tampa, were the successful in with holes cut in it to make it a mask

bidders for the contract to build the plans of the growers to produce a and tracks of two men constitute tho If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest

proposed Growers' Association build huge crop and indications are that clues to the slayers of L. W. McCul-! free e
acre of land in the cigarette can imagine-and one entirely
their bid being $27,145. Hastings
ing, lom, 78 years old, assassinated at his
district will be planted by January.Two home at Lakeland Saturday night. from cigaretty aftertaste, ,

There are one hundred acres of cane Mr. McCulloni was Heated on the ve-

on the Cedar Park farm three miles young Baptist couples of Zc- randa when a single shot rang out. It's Camels for you. '

south of Dade City, forty acres of phyrhills went to a holy roller meetIng A pistol bullet struck him in the left

which is ribbon cane and sixty acres and peeped in through' a window, side and in passing through his body

improved Jap. The land was cleared not knowing they were standing( ; over went through the tip of his heart and fffl ffflI

last year and this Is the first crop on an old well until the cover broke and lodged' In the right side. Mr. McCul- ffflr

H, yet it is one of the finest'pieces of all\ fell in, the ladies first and their lom staggered into the house, said

cane about there.In escorts on top. All were rescued im something to his wife which she could :

mediately. The informant did not not understand, and fell dead. Members Camel
state the depth of the well and whether
an interview given a Gainesville of the family believed robbery

News reuporter, a representative of or not there was water in the well!, was the motive for the killing. I

the tenants' league stated that withina and if the young people received a i
second immersion.Of I d
short time the league would publish Sidney J. Catts, former governorof -

the names of the owner of the property Florida, F. L. Jetter and the American -
and the agents that representedthe the three Floridians selected by Purchasing Company, are citedto

owner in showing their contentiontha the navy department to bring the ZR appear'at the September term of ,
2 to this country, one lost his life in ,
tthere of Georgia .
is profiteering in rents in the Fulton Superior Court
Gainesville. Thursday's disaster and the remaining to answer an attachment filed!\ In

two owe their safety to the fact court by J, II. Hogue; of Villa Rica, t
that they did not the ill-fat-
go up on
Mrs. Aphasia Lacoft, of Tampa, Ga., to recover money said to have
ed'trial flight. Llt>ut. W.
Harry Hoyt
died as the result of burns received been lost fcy Hogue In an alleged operations of an organization there rushed to his assistantbut the boy thought iilmut the mall mail and did
of Clearwater had been ,
when her dress caught fire from contact I fraudulent business scheme. Vague known us the United Protective Society hud .becomu frantic and put up such a not stop< to see what was the matter ; y
he said to have been
killed as was on
with a charcoal stove. Neighbors charges that he was induced to pay of America. Wylly was said toho fight( against his rescuers they could wi!hUll' dog', e
board and all of the 17 Americana
rushed to her' assistance and succeeded $150 to secure a position as managerof the head of the society The or- not render him any assistance. The Now, Sliver, you have made! Mr. v

in extinguishing the flames, but who made the trip perixhcd. a store in a chain said to have been gutiKiation, according to the police, I lust seen of him was when ho went Smith mad with II..... ,

not before she had received burns opened and operated by the American furnished. bonds and] paid. the lines of down tho lust time, bin upheld hands TUUNU why Wo didn't do It. It '
Caught in heavy surf, 200 feet beyond
which later proved fatal. Purchasing Company of which Mr. pi-lty criminals. Under one class of | marking the spot of his death I done it self i.
their depth, four people, three
Catts is said to have been president. membership the criminal was protected t __ _____ .- I Reu l the letter pa.
Deputy Sheriff Douglass of Bare men and a girl' were Sunday after- He never obtained the position, Hogue in the sum of $.ri)0) for bond and I! WOODLAWN\ ; It's nothing ubuut. you. See here,
noon rescued from drowning by Surf-
Beach, Palm Beach county, was killed Kit Carson at Pablo. charges, and he never has been convinced $200 for fines upon payment, of 50 i _____ Kuinantliu. More! cuts ho says. 4 4old
man They were
of' the existence of any storesowned cents week dues In 'I Planet Jr. the
strawberry plows
unknown a membership ,
by an negro Saturday nighta I
observed in difficulty beyond the sec Woodluwn, Sept. 2-Mrs. J. S. Norman -
tthe lock site at the head of tho by the company. some cases, counsel was also to lid ; original cut: to 'J,75.!
ond bay, their plight' having been seen i and children left Friday for Vulj
Miami canal. Ills son, Howard, was by the lookout stationed on the beach and nights furnished j rico where they will be the guests. of i: Veering I) stud McCormick mowing

seriously injured by the same negro.It watch tower. Surfman Carson plunged Wandering for days desolated I her ulster Mrs. E. I). Milliard\ for a machines and nukes tin easy terms, .
and coun- 'f
is stated that the negro was makIng into the heavy sea and swam to through swamps Wayne Russell, iwin Dynl and Homer 1 few days. one-third rush, one third six months J
his after having been put try, sleeping where night! overcameher Russell, three small boys, of Plant one third Oetoher,1022.\ :! All ut R per ,
escape their rescue, pushing' before him a ; of thirst torn and I Karl; WhltU-n of Raifurd, wall a visitor t
hungry dying ,
under arrest. life saving buoy.Coincident bleeding, Miss Ann Murphy, of Oooec City cemetery, while north hunting of the near city tho Thursday negro ( J. here S. Norman Friday afternoon business visitor I cent.Buy now. I Vires guaranteed against .f..f.I (. 'y
was a -
was found on the Prescott farm, after decline till 11122.* We I JeerIng
Marian Reeves, 32, of Ocala, died with the announcementof search which had lasted for morning, killed a rattlesnake that to Jacksonville Wednesday I! any ) carry ,f .
a arid McCormick also.
In a hospital at High Springs, from a Jacksonvile banking house that week Miss Murphy disappeared measured six feet in length. The Mrs.' W. L. Johns was a visitor to I repair parts
nearly a New lot of enamel onothlrjcheaper
; snake was a female and carried an ware,
injuries received when an automobile its new safety deposit vault had been several Accordingto Starke Friday. I
days ago. than regular ( Now I II
driven by Aubrey Logan, taxicab operator completed, it was learned that one of who last saw her she left orchestra of seventeen rattles and a i Prof. Ury Rapp spent Saturday und prices.
people hero the rubber
overturned about a mile from the first deposits in the new vault was In her automobile. drum. The boys found her snake- Sunday at Raiford with homcfolks. 'I I comes F

High; Springs. Logan was testing the 200 quarts of high; grade whiskey, What the little has village happened since, what har- ship in a hollow stump, where their I I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Owens, of TaI !| All credit accounts due and pastdue

car with a view to purchasing it and the property of St. Luke's hospital.! she has encountered dog had treed a rabbit. The rabbit i I vnrcs, are spending the week here ,I must bo 1 paid between Sept 1st +

Is said to have been driving; at a rapid The whiskey is regarded as in a safe rowing what experiences trials and hardships she was also In the stump, the boys said, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters. I und 10th. Please call or mall us a ,rcheek
I in full.
rate of speed.A place as the vault can be entered on. has been subjected to, no one knows, and they left him there. The snake I I Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was
ly after a door weighing sixteen tons somewhere her mind was first shot in the body, which was a visitor to our school Friday. We lire selling at close' profits, and

huge Holt caterpillar tractor anda and equipped with a time lock has for failed some her time and from then until she nearly severed. A woods rat was taken -I A daughter was born to Mr. and lots of goods at cost and loss than
from the hole in the snake's body, font. Wo need. money to pay bills and, rss
carload of trailers is the first of been opened. found by MrTYatcs\ there Is a Mrs. G. W. Gr..n.dn..tltlay, +(
was according to the boys. replace. our stock, so don't fail to s
the equipment received at Pompano, lapse of time which I is all blank.L. .1( 17th. AU"'j
by Capt. II. F. Hammon for use on the A crew of four carpenters at Ft. J. S. Norman and children help us. We helped you when you j

4,500 acre body of land ho bought a Myers building a residence is believed \ D. Wylly, of Jacksonville, for The hot water mystery at Sebringstill ed the show at the state farm needed it. Now help us. We appro t

few weeks ago. The purchase wan to have established\ a speed record feited bond of $100 when he failed to remains unsolved and the new fifty day night SI&tur-1 elate your patronage> and will appreciate

made from the. trustee of the estateof for South Florida one day last week. In police court to answer to a foot wells at the Ice plant still I S. T, Starling wall a business" visitor your t'limk.Snmanthu 4

the late Richard.J.:Bolles, through The structure is 20 by 48 feet, and the charge appear of doing business without a license continue to produce some forty !gallons to Starke Saturday. that's a square out and!

George O. Butler of Pompano and four men cut studding and frame- In connection with the alleged of hot water per minute with a 1 Mr. und Mrs.' C. L. Browning and out call that no honest man can neg
dimensions temperature of one hundred and thirty of Ruifnrd last lect. The store nerds money and is
Vest Palm Beach. work for doors and windows to children were guests

.. raised the framework and Pile Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDuMIat.releadmno degrees which hall not varied a degree week at the home of their sister, Mrs. I not iifriiiil to say so. They want it

The Sumter county commissioners framed the windows and doors in four f.II, since the well was opened up 17 Maggie Browning.FARMERJJROWN. now, or he would not say so.
tocureltchfnabltad 8I.sdlnatarratro1Wal'ab+ days The old well one hundred I for ore am going: right to town ,
last Monday signed and delivered the hours. When the men arrived on the ago.
county road bonds amounting to two job material for the frame was on the ,..:r.r.I::: dace'lb ICCMna. tint r1bn sum4r.too, and rue, an feet away at about the same depth and pay my little bill. It's only a little -

entire continues to furnish cold water. Everyone but the little bills count up fast
hundred and fifty thousand dollars to ground. Four hours later the
the Finley Method Company, which frame of the house had been erected. A SAFE TESTFor wars keptical at first as to the in the uyirreKute.
I A lot of little accounts scraped Intoa A
has the eryone was skeptical at first as to the
the contract for building i
county' fifty miles of hard surfaced Rube Jones, 45, of Port Richey, those who are In need of a remedy hot water wasting near by as It came Here's your mall, pa. pile will help many merchants out ;

roads of asphalt surface former marshal of Tarpon Springs, for kidney troubles and backache from the condensers' at the temperature Where have you been, Silver\ I've of lots of worry.
with a sixteen inch rock base. and Bert Scott, 39, also of Port Rich. It 1 is a good plan to try Doan'm of 160 degrees, but with that water been calling and> calling you. We've all grot to stand behind De-

ey, were shot to death from ambush Kidney Pills. They are strongly recommended piped off some distance now thereis Why, I've just been down to the Witt C. Jones Hardware Store now y4!
by Starke people. Ark mall box for the mail and all the time.
Jefferson watermelon seed at Weeckiwatchee Springs in wes no change in the well situation and watching man. I
county's tern Hernando county eighteen miles your neighbor I the wiseacres are beginning to admit Had a little business with him, so I
crop will measure up to the standard W. W. _ladeD. deputy sheriff Good The tax
enough exemption
from Brooksville. Robbery was the that there Is a possibility that a just ]lay under the trees and waited
again this year, with not less than county Jail Starke, says: "I usedDown's I figure Is to be $2/i)0( this and
motive apparently, as Jones was said real vein of hot water has been dis for him to come along year,
ten thousand pounds of watermelon Kidney Mils for a CaMe of kid the
covered. Here Is a letter from DeWitt C. by dint of extreme prodigality
In value i
roll of $2,000 -
need for seedhousos In every to carry a ney trouble that annoyed me a whole
grown and diamond Jones, so he told me. Guess he Is Inquiring poor man may be able to keep his net
section of the United States and several This money a lot. I can truthfully say Don entirely :
foreign countries. All the seed- ring which he wore on his left hand cured me of the trouble In a Sunday afternoon fourteenyearoldGuy about me. Maybe he wantsme income within that figure.

houses and seed shippingwill were taken. A diamond stud in his prompt and lasting manner. I felta Hudson, an inmate of the Flor. to work for him in his hardware .. I

are busy the first of September. shirt was overlooked as well as $34 great deal batter inv r> way.' ida Industrial School! for Boys, at store. Open it up quick, pa.

commence which he had in another pocket. (Statement given April 12. 19U.) Marianna, met a tragic death when he First, tell me did you pour turpentine
On April 27 1918. Mr RaUden Dodton't Liver Tone ,
drowned In the Chipola river, near the over Mr. Smith's dog:
said: "I have bad no occasion to
C of West Palm Beach from the school, No; I never.
Company bridge. The boys
old daughter Pills'since
Turner 21 Doan's Kidney I
Virginia year use Tern ie
several Now, Sliver\ tell me the truth. Instead of Calomel
of Arthur C. Turner of Clearwater was announced as winner of the Tal- ommended this remedy before, !o t white and colored numbering
trophy following the comple- hundred had been marched from the Well, now, pa I didn't do It.
was found dead, floating In the iaferro know they made a cure In my case. ,
creek northeast of tion of the state national guard rifle I advise anyone suffering from kidney school to the river, a distance of several How did it come that turpentine a .
waters of Booker Calomol I.I quicksilver. It attacksthe ,
that place. She left home on Wednesday shoot over the range as Camp John- complaint to fire this medicinea miles. The boys, eager for a was all\ over that dog, say? bones and paralyzM the livers Your

she going to Tam ston. Co. C's seven expert riflemen trial.!. bath, were soon in the water. Young Well, MOW, pa, I was playing In dealer sells ...cbl"ttle of pleasant ,'
saying; wa received from selected to represent the organizationas Prlc-H 60e, at all dealers. Don Hudson was taken with cramp and Mr. Smith's wagon, and I happenedto harmless "Dodiina. Liver Ton,," under

pa. No word had been result of elimination trials, came simply ask for a kidney remedy-set though he had the reputation of beinga have that bottle of turpentinen andit an Ironclad, money-baric guarantee that
her since she left. Her left arm was Doan's Kidney P111--he same that H will regulate the liver stomach and 4
and must have I
with a total of 1768 points swimmer he was soon In tipped over run
through without
broken and she had been stabbed in Mr. Baiitdea had, t'oeter-MllburnOo, bowels better than calomel
the heart. Authorities are Investlgat.Jng. from the two, three and six hundred MJrs.. Buffalo, N. Y. distress. When it was seen he was down through 1 the csacki and hit the sickening or salivating you-15 uuUivq

and one thousand ranges. Co. K of struggling for his life, other boys dog, for he began to yell. Then I bottle sou<1.FIiIAI' .

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