Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: September 23, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ABOUT THE NEW RAILROAD I LONG TRIP \\ 11'11 FORD TRUCK WHY BOOST FOR WILLIAM MR. FUTCH GOES TO DeLAND: I MARTHA I .,'..\nu. ('EI.EIIIL\TI.S I.AWTEY t
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e Following:' a conference of Starke No Trouble Before Sandy Road on J. E. Futch, one of Starke' well I Law-toy Sept. :!.J. --Mrs. H. C. Wimbrrly ,

'citizens with the management of the I Last Lap Were Encountered Florida could have no better no I known lawyers l Wednesday morning Little MiNI Martha Powell the I and daughter; Miss Winifred, f .'I;-.

railroad now building: from Green -- more loyal no more respected senator : for Dt DeLand where he will be an charming little daughter of Mr. and! of Highland, were visitors to i.awtey i

Cove Springs to Kingsley a correspondent I' L. Sherman and family have just I in the congress than Duncan U. ; instructor in the law school of John I Mrs. W. C. Powell entertained I her Thursday i

TIe i iI of one of the daily papers arrived in Starke and are guests of Fletcher who has been serving the I B. Stetson University.Mr. I friends Wednesday the 14th inst., the I I I Charles Dinkins spent several days 1 I

\I stated that the object of the confer- Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Fling at their res- people of this state since 190S. No Futch has been a citizen of party being: to celebrate the fourth I in Tampa lust work

e i ence was to try to induce the railroad They came all the way from Wa- senator has been more highly honored Starke"' for about twenty-six years anda anniversary of her natal day. I Miss Laura Durban left a few days

people to build to Starke instead of Wa- -and political lines are not drawn practicing attorney for nearly twen Each guest brought Martha a lovo- ,I ago for Green Cove Springs, whore

t i'I to Hampton as had heretofore been terevIlle.. by the members of the senate when it ty-five years. During all this time ho I ly present and the afternoon passed she will attend! tho full and winter a

proposed. This statement is erron- on a Ford truck. This house. is a comes to mentioning timber of the has been a prominent' figure! in the most happily with games and refresh : term of school. 3,3

eous. It was not the intent of the wonder. Mr. :Sherman; is a civil engineer -I class possessed by Senator J<'Iekher.1 I community, and could always bu menla. Mrs. Powell served\ the ninny I I II. II. m8'k'a" trammeling; bus-. !

''I Starke delegation to interfere with and a railroad man, and he used. To him may be attributed much that counted on to lend his support to ..little guests with candy, ice cream and ness. in Star!.(' Salurday.D. .
plans heretofore made by the off I has ac'omplilh..d-and he I cake. Davis returned homo ::
any I great ingenuity and knowledge congress whatever looked to the uplift or progress >;ftnturday
1 1I railroad management;: but simply to i "strength! of materials. bracing! arrangement -j has by no moans outlived his useful of the town. While his friends The invited guests were: Julia Kt-: after spending several days in different

1i I induce them to extend the north line j I of parts and saving! of the floss" feel that he is going into a Held\ where ta Cunovu Betty 1\Id.lllw.+ Martha I petitions of I the stutv <>n business.A .

a r i of the road into Starke. i space in building; to make the ever I Park Trammell also has won for Ills splendid character and ability will and Mary Brnwnloe, Dorothy and M. HliiiK'hiinl was u business visitor i e

i Mr. C. L. Peck:who was chairman I I moving! home comfortable and strong I himself distinction in the senate. I have a wider scope of influence('.., they 1 Eloise Riteh F.tholtn White, )Luis und to ftllrlll'! Tuesday. ii

of the Starke delegation has given > enough to withstand the lurches and Since he was elected mayor of Lakeland I I' regret his departure none the loss Hard Adkins, Eunice: Ca rx+ vx, 1 PnutIne + J. R. EildiiiH, of Gainesville, was attending .

the Telegraph the following statement shocks. That he planned well may h"l in 18'!>y he has been successfulin ': !Mrs. Futch will go to Deldtiul I within I Miner, Mary Canova, Surah Hope to business in l.twtc-y and vi. I'

concerning the matter: i seen by the little house which is stillas I all offices he has sought--and; ha a few weeks. In her change of and Georgia Ilaynes Alice rVrnundez 1 deity Wednesday.. +

The supposition of our people at true and tight and solid as when has carried the honors that have fallen residence the community also sustains Evelyn and Marjorie Stump, 1s-I- I Dr. E.': L. Biggs, of Stnrko:; was a

Starke for months had been that the i built not even a window pane being to him in a way that has ever been a great loss. She has been n la Dea Andrews Louise IVi-k hazel I professional visitor. to 1 Jivvtey first of 4,

railroad would be built from Lone broken. The house contains all reasonable tending toward the good of the state. leader in church and charity work for I Middloton
Branch vciinity through the Florida I conveniences including an ice his loyalty has never been questioned many years and her" devotion and real I Mctjtne. Walter McDonald, Jr., Chlls.I I I II, B. Bennett and daughters' ,

Farms and Industrial Company's (chest and by means of a lean-to tent ,I in any way-and his work has to these grout; causes. has born one of \Lucian Kk'klitcr, A. K. Wall. Jr., Billy Misses Cariiobello, and Elnora of y

lands to Hampton but when we learned there are bed accommodations for the been thorough and always Indicativeof the strong Influences for good in the" I I Graham, tames Richnnl Wainwright '1' Jacksonville, are spending a few days

that the railroad was actually contracted family of six persons. the love he bears for the state of community i' Don Hoover, Sinclair Pock, with relatives and friend. In and near I .

I to build from Long Branch to I The weight on the wheels of the little his adoption. Jr., Arthur Darby Jones Ijonlcr PricoRobinson \ awtoy..

j the east side of Kingsley lake the truck is very great: yet in the 2100 Notwithstanding these facts for MILLER ..,..' Edwards Jr.? Merrill 1 Mrs Piper, of Anthony, (is a guest''

idea at once took hold to nee what I miles traveled no trouble was experienced they are facts there are some paperscirculating I Futch. Juliun Peek.., Jr., S. U. Johns, j for a few clays of Mr. and Mrs.\ J. .J. !

1 could be done to induce it to extend before Middleburg was "HIIII..dand Jr., Milton Hrownleo, Jr., Hen Stern- I j Mct-eod. a
propaganda regarding one Miller Sept 23.-Th. Union county
from the lake into Starke. I the deep mndy roads began. of the new citizens of the state- William singing; convention was held Saturday berg, ie she]' Hiirns Paul Knight, Owen I Ed Marr, of Highland was II visitorto r

With this idea in view a delegation'''I There another car had to be engagedto ; 1 Jennings; Bryan; and there seemsto at the Free Will Baptist church with Gi-illin Merrill McMillan John In- Idiwtcy Saturday.Miss :; .

from Starke met the management; of help the progress as far as toKingsloy be, a desire upon the port of some the following classes pr"II'ntIiIIl'r.: man, Louise and! Fom-llu Snyiler.F.PUOIETII Nolle Roberts of Ijiutcy. and

the railroad on the 13t'j inst., at Long lake where A. :S.; Strick of the democratic\ press to have Little Springs Five !Mile and Mid\ ; 1Ii..MIlIry. Williams, of Maeclenny
Branch.Vc were told that to developthe I LKAIUTK: ; : were guests of Mr. and Mrs, \\'. E.Torodo :.
land's truck the travelers thru
helped sprung upon the voters of Florida. wny. In the afternoon the classes entered I
company's largo; body of lands the sandhills. Where the roads were that continual candidate for presidential I into a contest, Five Mile winning I at Kingsley lake ]lust week x
reaching from the east side of the I there trou I IThe The Epworlh Iicngiio' was n.tII.lt'nn17..IIIIMt C. It. Sap|' was n IIIIKJIIOHM visitor }'
reasonably good was no possibilities as a candidate for the prize: for the best singing. P
:Sunday; evening nt tho Methodist to Starke Saturday. ,
lake south and south-west toward I
ble. senatorial honors. Mr. is '
Bryan nn next convention will he held at
Sandhill lake and the line ,church with n membership of GUI Londhiiltz, of Jacksonville) was '
Hampton able) ) he has been honored but I.
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!Mr Sherman and family come here man; as Little Springs Nov. fith. I '
of extension would that I twenty. It wan an onthusiiiHtic. 11I1'.t.inll' here sumliiv visiting his parents Mr. \
naturally I
go; flII..n he Is Nebraskan from
for health and for a business location ; yet a Roland Thomas spent the weekendwith
und under the direction of the and Mrs M. L. LondlioltE..
We then
asked what
way. were It Is to bo hoped they will remain start to finish; and if his removal to relatives ut Bronford l. I (
Starke and vicinity would do to help pastor Rev M. I. Smith, thin organization Joe Man, of S In ike visited relatives
here. Florida was made as a forerunner to Rune; :Spires; assistant cashier of ,
finance the cost of extending a line his to Florida I will IKa live wire for good in In Luwlcy RllndllY.'e',
candidacy represent in the Bank of Cocoa (is visiting relatives ] I :,
of the rfiilrond from Kingsley lake to the chdreh' und community. The following I C. R. Snpp' left Monday for :Sturkowhere ;
Cit,\If A\1: the United States senate the projectcan and friends in this section. officers were elected: ho is to .bo ono of Ibo, teacboriIn I
Starke through territory not owned be quashed in the bud by a e1'odsile.nrl' I I B. E. Brown hits moved to Lake I
by the builders of the railroad. This the of the staleprrss. Butler. O'' (Presi.lent, Miss' Hilda Strut) the Bradford high: School. I UP I will
is the question now interesting our Graham :Sept.; 2J.lI'lIsr..orge: upon part I Vice President, Miss. JoHcphinoBrinson. .. move his family there. in a week or
T .11. Rimes made a business trip
Edd and Geiger Barry arrived here (
town and immediate vicinity.A II Ito two us soon as ho can. get a house t to
proposition was made by tho !Monday where they were called to tho Things are now well with the state; II Bland Saturday. I Secretary, Te-lfulr Long.1st. "\\.1\'IO In.
bedside of their father J. C. Barry let there be no lottery when a sure Olson Thomas was a business visitor
Mrs.' W. Ander
A.
dept Siipt. B L Blamhurd of Jacksonville,
management of the railroad to extend
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thing Is the 'lIsi'r.-Killlllmm'e Ga. to Lake Butler Saturday after.
who underwent an operation at St. I
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family
one line from Kingsley: lake to StarkeIt IIpl'nt'Iullcilly
Is now up to our people to acceptor Luke's hospital Ja'kllonville.Ion.! zette.o noon.Mr. son.2nd.. I Dept. Supl... Mimt. MargaretLong. I Mr and Mrs. J. B. Dye und son, J. r '
and Mrs. N. II. Stokes! attendedhurch I ,
11. Jr., of Jacksonville' spent Sunday'
reject the proposition. day.S.
--. F. Sparks of !Miuunopy, was a ( the county seat Saturday.Mr. (' at !Midway :Sunday; I I i 3rd. Dept Supt., Miss Muiliro Mid- I with relatives In Irfiwtey.
Miss Pearl Crawford entertained al
DEATH (W J. C. HARRY business visitor here Tueusday. Goolsby and sister, of Mountomhn ( dleton. Mrs. Knrl: Y"unl.IIn.1\ little son, of
Messrs. McDavld. Goolsby and Thomas wore visiting relatives hero on number of her friends with n social j l 4th. Dept. Supt., S. K: Hitf h. I. Jacksonville, are spending: n few clays ,

i of Mounteocha were business Saturday Friday night. All present report a Treasurer, Gerald Middleton.Epworlh : with relnlives and friends In find near r '
1 Mr. J. C. Barry died at,his home nice time
1I callers here Tuesday. I Miss. I.oisIoody! spent tho weekend I Era; Agent Hamilton I i Lawtey.
I at Graham Tuesday Sept. 20th, and '
the remains were laid to rest in Mt. I John !McKinney, of Sampson, spent I with relatives at Mounteocha. to Prof.Luke Cogsburn Butler\ mad a business trip Ritch. I MHH| LOIUHO. Blancharil. of Jacksonville 1

Sinai cemetery the following day, the week here repairing his dwelling Rev. Dock Crews of Long Bridge, Saturday. Music Director, S. E. Riteli., spent Sunday ul I the tionio of her I.

i.! Rev. L. W. Kicktiter ofTlciating.; house. I preached( at the Christian church on Seeber. :Stokes; attended the ball I'iallillt.I! rll. K. K. IVrrymnn. parents, Mr. laid, Mrs.. A. M ..Blnnchnnl. '
Messrs.' John Lovelace and son, Wi game lit Providence Saturday after
Sunday. The Iaguo will hold Us regular .
The deceased was born January 29!', I
8)5.! lIe married Miss Porann Mcl- ley Geiger; Edd and Arthur Barry, Roy Kalch, of Hampton, attended, noon. tiicoling every Sunday evening nt 7 UeV. K. D. lloyer visited. relatives U
of Tampa went to JU1'ksonvilleton! Bilile school here !I All
vin February 8, 187(1.( To the union Sunday at-tended o'clock at the Methodist hurch. In JacksonvilleFriday..
I; were born five sons and three daughters day to be at the bedside of their father Miss Jane Call of Tampa Is visit- I young\ people who are not membersof I Charles DinUlns wan transuding
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jI I all of whom are living. He hnd returning Tuesday. irg relatives and friends here this I dny. oilier organizations are most cordially I i btisines sin Stntko! Monday.. '

1I 1 been a member of the Missionary JCFSC Cain of Louise was a busi- wei'k. I Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler was invited. to come to the KpworthLeague. i Mr. and Mrs K H.: Burney und children ,
I flora visitor here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and. a professional visitor here recently.Rev. .
1j Baptist church for forty )'I'ars. He j I. I spent Sunday: afternoon out at + 7 t
j leaves to mourn his loss a widow ] Miss Renn Thomas of Waldo spent' children, of Waldo and Miss DeulahHarvey I Blake, of Luke Butler filled KingHley tako.

eight children and a number of grand: the week with relatives here. spent Sunday at the home of the pulpit at the Free Will Baptist S. R. JOHNS:!, JR. HAS IIIUTIIDAY Mr. Kigsby, of Slnrke was n visitor
i children. His life was! one of probity I !Mrs. !Mack Bates and little son J I Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg. I church Saturday and Sunday. PARTY to Luwtey Salurduy.. ,
C. of Tampa spent the werk-end at : Dewey Sistrunk, of Mt. Dora attended -
Prof. Percy Reeves spent the weekend
and charity to nil, and therefore a Frank the home of her grandparents. with his parents at Florahome. I I church Saturday night To celebrate, his sixth anniversaryof '
host of friends juln the bereaved relatives !- I clay ut the home of Dir and I'd ra. Cbas.Dinkins. .
in their Arthur and Geiger Barry were business Frank Johns, of Waldo attended The many friends of Rev E. B. his birthday S. It. Johns Jr., invited .

sorrow. visitors to Hampton 1Vednesday church here Sunday night. I Joyner are glad to know that he Is I I his friends to come and liclp. him The many friends of G. T. Pearco M w.

NEW COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe :' Messrs. Will Jones and Ed I Parrisl I I rapidly recovering from an attack of I II make merry last Monday afternoon are glad to son him out again after + k

Messrs. L. W. Kickliter II. C. Wall spent Sunday at Sampson. I smallpox the liilh! iniit., ut the home of his. parents being, confined to bin homo for several t
.{ insurance man Supt. It. B. Wigginsand Mr. and !Mrs. George Jackson and I 11. G .Crawford made a business I Mr. and Mrs. S. !R. Johrm. months. IF

; creation of Union county de- son, Joe, of Starke, were business children, of Waldo attended. 'h Jr'h trip to Worthington Friday. The children played on the lawn Frank Wiggins, of Jacksonville, ,Is i'

..1I.. prived the Bradford county board of visitors here Tuesday. here Sunday. Frank, the eight: year old son ofI I and enjoyed such games, at "drop the spending' n few weeks In fjiwley at

I. commissioners of three members Willie Harper of Sampson was John McKinney of Sampson, r nt Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Hodge, was 1 handkerchief," a (peanut hunt and n the homo of bin grandmother, Mrs.

t i leaving less than a quorum for dutyat here Wednesday.Mr. :Sunday; here with his sister Mrs. :.lrinm l- ( drowned Sunday morning content called "pinning the hat on Louise Lowery.Tlioso t

,j the October meeting;, but this disa- and Mrs. Hay McKinney and Wynn.Mr. ing in BlulT Creek. halh.1 I>tdv'. head." In thin contest ,U"'I enjoying week-cm! at Kings- i

bility was cured Monday when Governor little son, Eugene' spent the week and !Mrs. Ashley Bowen and Jim Mutt, of Worthington Don Andrews won the .prize, a box, of Icy lake with Mr. nnd !\fr... Torodo, .st r l;|

Hnrdre made( appointments to with her mother at Mounteocha.Messrs. children. of Florahome' spent, Sundayat I ed church Sunday lovely stationery. S. R. received runny were Mrs. Kate Ferris Mrs Uho.la

.I fill the vacancies. Hereafter the George Geiger and Ed trip home of !Mr. and Mrs I. L. Og- : J. S. Howard, of Pukes was in this pretty gifts from his friends, and the' Pool. and! little daughter! Mildred. of t

I board will be composed of Louis II. Barry, John Lovelace and son, Miley den i section Monday I afternoon will lonl.I\ I tin rememberedly rhlcngo, Mr. and. Mrs. E. II. Wells ,

Hill, J. M. Brownloo, J. W. Andrews returned) from Jacksonville Thursday Remember prayer meeting and also i Eurio Brown made a business trip the children present., Mr. arid Mrs. W. E. Torocto have ., i

k Jr., James Reynolds and H. P. Gain- Arthur Barry was a business visitor :Sunday; ,school. Come. Itn Lake Butler Saturday. I About twenty-five children enjoyed moved In from their summer cottage'

ey. This personnel' gives': the citizens to Sampson Monday afternoon. Mr. and !Mrs. Autumn Younghlnnd. Denzil Thomas was a business visitor I this happy' little ufTuir. at Kingsloy: lake

of the county assurance that their Mesdames Jessie Byrd and J. C. and (children of Waldo attended services i to Providence Saturday afternoon I _----- ---- 1 11. Davis and MraT I'enrl Jones' were

public business w'ill have the most Harry returned to Jacksonville last here Sunday night. I I'ItESllt'1'IitIANSabbath weekend guests cjf Mr. and, 1 Mrs. L.
I'i careful and intelligent/;: attention. Thursday.A Arthur T. If. Rimes made n business tripto
!Messrs. Sim Thomas and H. Hill at Klngsloy lake.
crowd enjoyed a fish fry out at Barry went to Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. I Gainesville ono day last wook. school. at 10 a. m. Leslie Griflln) and Miss llano. Mart +
.METHODIST Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison of tbn ut 11 m. a
night. Sermons by pastor a
:Sampson- lake Thursday Sparks, Oliver and Gracie of of Highland, were guests of Mr. an.1Mrs.
Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Shake Kay Mounleocha attended church here on Worthington attended church here' and Spm. L. II. Marr last week.Mrs. .
Sunday school at lOa. m., L. A. Moun Sunday.T. meeting Wednesday evenIng. -
Prayer
enroute to
was here Saturday Sunday night Marr and Miss Nettle Padgettvisited
Davis superintendent teocha. Rev. Cherley Smith spent the weekend II. Waters was in Lake Butler :. In the Woodlawn section Sun
I, Morning service at 11 o'clock, by Messrs. Oscar Dyal and Lewis Mat- with relatives in Gainesville. Saturday on business. Come and worship with us. day.
It the pastor. Subject "The New Com Mr. and Mm. O. A. Thomas .
in Waldo on p88.dthroul1.'h Wewantu. :
Saturday of
thews spent Little Willie Harper, Sampson, Young people's" meeting tonight.
mandment. here Mid. DAVID J.ANI>1':1t.':
Sunday enroute to
b. ine'ss. was a visitor here Friday. Grace Methodist church gives you a
Epworth League 7 m. Miss Hilda
; p. Joe Durchell spent Saturday in the way. welcome. You will not be Btrangerbut
I II Mrs. Collins and Eunice Kelly were ( a "
Struth ': K. has -
president. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. BinHing of Attorney E. Perryman purchased
roe\ nty seat. Sermon at 11 a. m. and 8
once.
visitors to Ziff Sunday afternoon.
I r. / Evening; service at 8 o'clock. Sub- Irving Dyal was a business visitorto I I Providence, were In this community the library and office equipment
ject of sermon "The Second Comingof Misses Ethel Byrd and Frances Tuesday. of J. E. Futch'a law (,m..e. and p. m.Mrs.
Ziff Saturday.Ed Boyer returned home today
afternoon at
Murrhee spent Sunday
Christ No. 3. will hereafter practice In Starke. Mr.
Saturday with his Miss Mabel Brown has accepted aposition
Parrish spent from Jacksonville whore she has been
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8p. the sink hole. is graduate of the law
father at Sampson.Mr. as teacher In the Lake Butler Perryman a /: visiting her daughter.
I. m. Lando Maines and Wiley Edmondson of Sampson attended school. school at the University of Florida
and Mrs. Send children to school
regularly
Last Sunday evening: twenty fine little daughter; of Mounteocha, spent Sunday school here Sunday af Mlsswa Carrie Belle, Fayne and Jeannette and Is a man of fine moral hristian and your on time.

young people joined the Epworth afternoon here. ternoon. Brown and Pearl Crawford Eo- character. He I. a brother-in-law of will revivalIn
Saturday Rev Boyer conduct a
League. Young: people this is your Mr. and Mrs. Gid Sparkman of Henry Padgett arrived Saturday rie and Wilbur Brawn entered schoolat Mayor L. A. Davis and han spent Inglls for the next two weeks r
service so come and make it a suc business visitors here on night from Georgia where he nan Lake Butler Monday. much of his time In Starke during the
Louise, were
f,I cess. been visiting relatives. II. S. Miller made a business trip to past few years. A large circle! of
Saturday.D. DEATH OF MRS. IIILLIAHD
Special music at all services. business visitor to Quite a bit of excitement was caused nukes Saturday. friends will be pleased to know that
J. Byrd was a
,I Ii, M. L. SMITH afternoon.Ed I Tuesday morning about ten o'clock I he and Mrs. I'errymnn are 'to locate

'( Pastor. Sampson Barry Saturday and sister Mrs. Ada by our schoolhouse catching on fire.Ai I Beauty that Is only skin deep in not permanently In Starke. Mrs. Mattie Hilliard died at her
home September 11 tho She was born
Lovelace and wife of soon as the alarm was given h..lpI always skin.Forget .
Thomas, Wiley McMillan has September, 8, 1 854, and loaves of i
More friendships have been broken business visitors over I was plentiful and by fast work the Mrs. Alma Accepteda a
by telling the truth than by telling a Tampa were afternoon. flames were soon extinguishes! All the unkind things\ that are position AS private secretary to near relatives five children to mourn

yarn. to Louise Saturday Padgett of Ziff spent escaped unhurt except a few who are said about you and your mentalitywill President Hulley, of Stetson! Univer her departure., The remains were laid '
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Miss Olive here. I suffering with sprained' ankle. and be greater than that of those who sity. She loft Wednesday for Do.Iand. to rent. In Rosewood (Prevatt) cemetery

The person who pauses to think seli Saturday' Jas. Graves afternoon was a business visitor .from nail wound in their hands. say them. Rev. L. W. Kickliter officiating. I

'>m stops to regret.
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IF PACE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER I 23. 1921.
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1 1.--- ,.-,.-,- ..- complaining lie wlilstl''' over hit bopped Irt"n the iK'hlnp foreliesd swept over 'the yonnjfer\ later; life An hour later Cherry, feeling a" If e e .0
J / -- -- ', ,' dreMHliitf read the fiupvr' at breakfast I and ,
I J' l/Ii mid 'was .. noon' he rushed In, i lo ..lecpI'ur i IVter; above all the, hated herself. waked lu Ited deck this jiaiue morning I In their! new black thtII' 'n
always late ", ... his lunch apirwlatholy u I'uj' : Sisters |, wus" gone again. At | be lucllued '1 Idea cud! sue uuU thanked.. for Atlx bud wanted her to be quiet, but' .
ulliht IIP! was uouully Ur: to |I..ul..u A flay or two later she told Martin one executor ; but Peter w n fur
quarrel about small matters. Inclined I Ito I, etery' step hlie talk After hut they 1 kindly and steadily that she though at the sight of the majestic old gray away, and It was a pleasant fit i II),
disapprove of tile new position of took a little trip Into the mountains It bud all "been u mistake." She told head and the fine old hands clasped friend a kindly old surgeon of Dr.
lie bedroom furniture or the way i near by, and Clieirj sent Allx post him that, she thought the only dlgnl together on the sheet; her self-coutrol Strickland's own age or near It sod
1 r i By I It CIerr, )"'. hair wus dreseed. curds that made her staler. feel almost Bed thing to do was to part. She liked forsook her entirely and she fell to the lawyer George Sewall. the other
k J lie loved to play poker and was hospitable I Ii filing of envy. him ; she would always wish him well. I her knees and begun to cry again. I executor who' told them about their
to a r..rlaln extent lie would : Hut then.. the routine began again but since the love had gone out of their The nurse looked at her disapprovingly affairs. Al1ul!','all co-heiress, was I.......
KATHLEEN .wlilDtle and Joke over the preparations and the fearful brut of midsummer. relationship, surely It was only bones but after all It made little dif ent art thla talk with Justin sitting
t I for a rarebit after a game, and came! too. tied Creek baked In a to end It."What's. ference. Dr. Strickland roused only clone {beside her. Martin too ape
I would willingly walk five blocks for Smother of dusty. heat the trees In the matter?" Martin de once! again and that was many hours had come down for the funeral was
7".. '. NORRIS beer It Cherry!' had forgotten: to get It, the dry orchards, beside the dry road, manded. later Cherry and Allx were! still there. _
On Sunday lie liked to we her prettily 'droppedcircles. of hot shadow on the "Noth'ng spoolil." Cherry assured keeping their vigil: ; Cherry worn out The house went to the! daughters\ ;
t..: : gowned ; now .nd .'theo they motored clodded: rough earth. Farm. dozed him, her eyes suddenly waterlog "Only had been dozing; the nurse. was resting there were books and portraits for
with his friends from the mine ; more under shimmering lines of dazzling air I'm tired of It all. I'm tired of pre on a couch In the next room. { Anne, a box or two In storage for
awMtN{.aerr..rla often walked ate a hearty chicken and to the tillage, from ten o'clock tending I can't argue about It. ButI Suddenly both daughters were wideawake Anne, and Anne was mentioned In th.
( dinner, and went to a cold supper lath until the afternoon begun to wane, I know it'. the wine. thing to do." at the sound of the hoarse jet only will as equally Inbl'rttln.r11b.
SYNOPSIS. neighborhood with "Five Hun there was no stir. Files buzzed and "You'd go back to your father 1 I familiar voice Mix fell on her knees Alexandra and Charity For snmt
......:.....:' dred" to follow. At ten their hontess. settled on'screen doors, the creek suppose' Martin !!sold yawning. and caught the cold and wandering legal reason that thus lawyer and Dr.
CHAPTER: I.-With hi. two deuithlers... would flutter Into Uer. kitchen j, ,bere shrunk awol tietwen crumbling' rocky "Until I could get Into something' hand. Younger, made clear, Anne could not
Aim and Cherry, t..n: latter lust eighteen would be lemonade'and "oer"bd" rlcbIllyel' banks, the butcher closed his shop and Cherry replied with dlglalty. A vague "What Is ft. darling" The old half- fully Inherit but her share would he
r years old, and ql ., Anne ImrtorHtrlcklund cake Then tile men would begin milk soured lu the bottles.. thought of the stage flitted through her Joking maternal manner was all 10. only 'it trifle less than her roueini'Things
rttired
I. at Mill Valley
1 e. a short dlutanee front living B An ...ranrl.'-..-. to match poker: baud, and. th.women I ,Tlie.Turners and some other families mind.: earnest now. I| had reached tills pointwtirn
His 'clones friend I. Peter Joyce, nornethln to dlscusB babies In low.onee. always camped together In the "Oh !" Martin said politely "AnI < Peter?'" he said thickly."Peter's Justin Little calmly and; confidently
I ,or Martin n reUune.IJoyd Vlettlnn mining nth.ennlneer.falhi vicinity . Cherry never saw her husband so tnonctalns during this ....1I..on.. and ..neywere suppose you think your father would In China dear You remera-1 I claimed that Anne's share was to bebaned
In love with and. ..crell, Wuome.engsgpd animated or ao Interested a.'/ wheo ,tiff wheu school closed. In an agree to this delightful arrangement?'. bet that, letter was to go around the UI.on..o old loan ot Anne's ft-
.., to Cherry. men he had known before, chanced to enviable!' state! of ecstasy mid antlclpatlou. \ be nuked.' world You remember that "dT' her to his brother a loan of three
CHAPTKIl II -While the family ls drift Into town, mining men from Nevada Cherry had planned to join them, "I know h. would !I" Cherry answered 'Noh. salt musingly. They thousand dollars to float Lee Strick
. spnrulaling. ae to IJoyd's Intention Cher. or from KNldo\ or men be hind but an experimental weekend was eagerly. thought' he slept ngaln, but be presently land's In.ntlon.'Ith the understanding .
ry lirlnice him to practically aj -
noufiflnii her engagement eupper to him known In college They would dlsCUMH enough. The camp' was In the cool "All right-you write and a.sk him I" I added., : nm.\\ hprl' In Matthew- ( that Vincent Strickland be! subsequently
I personalities, would shout over woods,, truly, but It was disorderly Martin agreed: good-naturedly.. Cherrywas no In Murk-Murk Is the human one entitled to one-third of the re
CUAPTI la':too HI youns-Doctor to marry Btrlcklund anil ursea feelnCiierry rccullex-ted good times, would a I lnpemh swarming with children the tents were surprised at M. attitude but -Mark was us human us Ice I Mus turns. As the patent had been sold.
": her to Knit at Iran a year, but the girl oilier on the back and laughtirelessly. .. small and hot the whole settlement grateful more lion surprised.' for nearly one hundred and fifty thousand .
I . 1, COI.wedding.... him and Into the agreeing ceremony to an taken Immediate place, lau"hedlnd rioted and surged to and "Not cross Mart?" she, asked. to'Shall I rend you from Mark?" Allx dollars one-third of It, with accumulative
v the roupln Ivavlriv at once for bl: Nldo, Rile thought him an extremely difficult fro In a innnenr utterly foreign to her. "Not the least la the world .I" he asked as Ills. voice Hank attain. A Interest fur ten years, of
.?' I where Martin l 1. employed man to live with and wall angered She r 'ft CHAPTER IV-The honeymoon days when her hints to Hits, effect led him was "horribly common" and weather "Flecnuse I truly believe; that we'd father's bedslilo ; she reached for it. Anne, was!! n Inrge proportion of the
,., ever Cherry begins to eel a vague d .- to remark Hint glue was the "JIm It." the rest of the mnumer In lied Creek. both be hapll'rthe woman sail and milking a desperate effort to entire estate and the development of
../.' nntinfaitlon, of her dv-Uy with Martin her and the monotony They 'had a Herlous quarrel one day. Martin sympathized lie had never Ileal to tingly. Martin did not answer steady her. voice, begnn' to read The this rtultn. In Justin Little's assured. ,
'f when bu told her tliat she was the cared pnrtlculurly for the Turners ; The next day she not down to write plo'e11' marked by an old letter, wondeny voice, caused every one t*
CHAPTER V.-At Mill Valley. Ju.Un must selllsh and spoiled woman he was, perfectly' willing to keep the her father. She meditated with a and opened. at the chapter he seemed look grave.
r the IJttle.wedding lawyer being becomen set vnaAiced for September to .Ann., ,hurt, ever known lie called her attention friendship within bounds. troubled brow. Her letter was unexpectedly : to desire. for as glue rend he seemed The estate was not worth one hundred .
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some niimthn dlatant. Ann vlnlu Cherry to the oilier' women of, the lie sjmpntblzed us little with another hard to compose. She could! to be drinking In the words. Once and fifty tlmuxand dollars now,
Bt tin Kl Into I NMn allowing and the cherry two glrln to go coax home Mar-for I town, busy contented women;:sending friendship she made some not take a bright and simple; tone asking they heard him whHpcr, "Wonderful by tiny means ; It had been reduced. to
I, Anne, wedding.CHAPTKR children off to school, settling babies months 'later, with the wife of a young her father to rejoice In her home- Cherry got up on the bed and took little more than two-thirds of that
down for mips In sunny dooryards engineer who hud recently come to the coming. Somehow the matter persistedIn the splendid dying head In her arms ; sum, and Anne's bright concern that
I Cherry rnntrantn VI.-In the peaceful her father's happy houn lite cooklug and laughing and hurrying to mine., Pauline Hun von Will a few growing heavy end -tho words the murky winter down crept In and every one should be satisfied", with
1' J there with her rather lurdlU exlnlenre, at and fro."Yea years older thnn lief husband, a handsome twisted themselves about Into ugly the lamp burned sickly In the dnyllght. what was right and her ingenuous
i, hi linn 1 Mclo h<>en and siimellilnc renllsva of that a, failure her marriage I>oftorfitrlrkliind. and look at them I" Cherry thin Intense woman, who didevrryllling and selfish sounds. Cherry was young Hong could be heard stirring. Ails pleasure In Justine cleverness. In
t i ; tccllns that Cherry l Ix not be.I Mali) with ready tells "Shabby, thin In uii entirely ImVvldiinlvi but even to her youth the phrases, the closed the book and extinguished the thinking of thin possibility, were met
I I Ingfair prolonging lo Martin her vlnlt I, I in after that she. In unduly wed tired all the time !I.' n)'. !She! took one of the new little "mIKunder tou.I"" and the "uncongen lamp. Cherry did not move with notlcealilp. coldness.Continued .
dine, iirxee her: to return to t..nr..I: "The trouble with you Is." Martin bungalows that were being erected In ial," the "friendly. parting before any "Charity I" the old roan said presently '
', She maken preparations for her departure, Anlr!, departing, ")'uu''e been, told that Red Creek "I'nrlt,"' and furnished It bitterness creeps In," and the "free to In a simple childish tone. inter ( Next Week)
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tlf. : i CHAPTKR VII.-Peter Joyce tells. tlier- you're pretty und sweet till your life- richly and Inapjft-opilately and established decide! our lives In some happier and with bursts of tears In all the utter
f ry he han had, on. "ge'and ""...1011" In hie und you're *polle l I You are pretty a tea tuble and 11 samovar be- wiser way," rang false. Pauline hind desolation of the days that followed .T. to TT7 lusted JOB fit* Urn* U
ltd I i donii life, but not the reveal woman her name.wu. nut Cherry: for him.relolnt He YI'a-" he milled, more mildly "Hut. Hide the open fireplace. Cherry begnnto been divorced u few years ago and the Cherry loved to remember that his fast .. ttM Judges divorce them. But,
A \ i tier husband. : by Oeorge, you sulk no much and you like better thnn anything else In the only thing Cherry disliked In her friend last utterance washer name. Hut hear tb n mon. ptwMtMn ttuut
crab so much thai' I'm darned. If I world the hours spent with Pauline. was her cold and resentful references. Ails knew though she never said It, 3udgM. "I.IS.. ".
..., I i-IIAI'Tlcrt IlIcr.VI 11.-....The. and young there"In"e'o an dieaatlMluctlon almo -- I, see It any morel t All 1 see Is trouble I"' Pauline rend Itrownlng Fruncl to her first !tjuhiiml Uttttit was to another Charity he I
i" l *! open bieiik. Martin han a brief apell I With.. Kiln he left her Left her ton Thompson and ['liter, und introduced No, she couldn't be a divorced woman
of .tika. and .. old feel hurst of first when Cherry to worlds of thou ht. She
tears lit new .
I hog for him relurne to Merry. I angry It was nil Kpolliv. ], the Innocent
)..t. I tulip.. dropped. her lovely little head ou talked to Cherry of New- York which past and the future ; there. was no
CHAPTER VIII. 1! the, blue !frlnehiim of her apron sleeve she loved and of the men and wOlIIl'nIIh" way out 1 She gave up the attempt at
__ I I uiiil tried ""h'I'I ly. had met there.' She sometimes a !letter and begun to nnnoy Martinwith
1\I1I1'lIn'8 I work was In the Contra : The kettle' begun" to sing on the.. sighed and pushed the bright hair buck talk of a visit home ngnln. Fords orfit'
Costa volley, and he and Cherry. had Move, n bee runic In iiiul wondered from Cherry's young und, Innocent und ""'hllt you want to go for"
ii a Hinnll house In Iced 1 Creek the only iiliiuit' I lie, hot kitchen ; the grocer discontented little face, and auld tenderly "Oh. Just-Ju.. -" Cherry's Irrepressible
;X town of pay size near the urine Ited k'ifickeil, nnil C'herry! let the big lout | "On the stnge, my dear-anywhere tears angered herself irlmost an
', j Creek. was In a fruit-farming and of n IKIJ, Mime a I tier, red ejex. uiicarliiv anywhere you would be a much us they did Mnrtln. "I think
.. dairy region and looked Its prettiest furore they'd like me tol" chic fultered.
i ou the KpiliiK evening when Cherry i 'I'heuShp, went, tmlflly", Into the 1 bedloom And thinking, In the quiet. evening "(lo It you want to I" he said, but yr
HIIVV It Hi'si. I iiml" begun lo pack' :\ mill chnnge.She'll : -for Martin's work kept him Intel she knew she could not go on that ?
Her little house'-Mis a cottage with i I show Mn rtln I Llovd-Hhe'il.. uliowMilrlIn and later at the mine-Cherry came word. n
II porch running rat'r se the front j:I l.lojil'! She r where windows looked out from I Ilie I liuL->.lie:'il lake,, the take Ihe. -- great mistake.. She had not 1"11'r"lIeI)' malt In one of her solitary hours. "I'm
Killing rixitn and the front, bedroom. i r j I She. Irowneil. She hail IMHHI'I! | the, for umriluge. She would sit on the married and this, Is I1InrrlllJ:" For the 3'' 1 I 1t
Hack of II"'..,, rooms were u dark lit- | nine o'rlnck tinhi ; she must unit lorI hack steps as the evenings grew cooler rest of my life It'll he !Mart and I-
Hit bathroom Hint connected the front I the ttnln lit liiilf-[ bedroom with unother mini Her bedroom 'I where? Well, "she, conjil only w olf l fade, and the sorrow and beauty of for poorer; for better, for Wllrlle-
a little dining room and Itkllch 111'1'1'1') will clip, wtiultl null here! life would wring her heart that's marriage. He doesn't bent me
, ,,". Martin ninn-futihlnii hind She would not get Mnrtln mi) lunch A dream of earn und adoration and 1 and we hove enough money, and perhaps
a merely cunipeil{ In kitchen und bedroom mid \\ I'n, be riiged tJie. would explain.Sln . beauty came to her. She did not visualise there. are a lot of other women r
while nwulllng his wife ; but Cherry > liilslii'd her packing' and put the any special iJuce I> any Hpeclul worse off than. I urn. nut It's-It's 62522F.O.aOatroit I
buttoned on her crisp little apron on house .In older. Then, In iiiineriiHtoineil"' '' gown or hour or person. Hut she snw funny" I
the brat inoiiiliig" after her arrival and mid'morning lelnure. air sunk Into II her btiiiuty fittingly environed. ; she saw. ,
iit'nckcd the. ucctimulated dishes In j 'deep' |' nicker und' lieirun to rend. IJuli'l cool rooms, diirkened against this blazing CHAPTER IX.
the sink nnd, Ilie ticntlered. shirts and mill slimlianil/ order' rt-lKiieil In the midsummer. glare; ; heard Ice clinkIng -
collars: bravely lltth I liiuiHe.StipM> against clans; the footsteps of attentive In January however he came home
For a t.w'tI.\ (the novelty lusted ,. came I hunii'lhiit UI'| to Cbeiry's. maids ; the sound of cultivatedrolces one noon to find' her hatted and I
and Cherry \\ enthusiastic about door ; her beurt organ lo heat' ; a knockKoiiiifled. , of music und laughter. She' wrapped to go.
1"Or"IIIIt. She looked out across her l: She got lo her feet puzzled bad bud these dreams before but they "Oh. Mart-It's Daddy she snld.
cllHhpan at green fields und the beginning I Mil rlln did not knock.It were becoming habltiml now. She wa 7jo--, in ('\'" got to sec him I He's
,,, of the farms; she saw the lilacs was. Joe Uobliiaon.. .. his rinses) .o tired-so nick-so bored with her awfully IIL""Iongrain
burst Into fintriiiit plumes ou the friend at the mine real life; It wait becoming Increasingly . ?" asked Martin, not particularly .
ti.. burr blanches of her dooiyard tree ; "Say tiNten', Mrs. Lloyd ; Mart ('un', harder and harder for her to live with pleased, but not unsympathetic
spring fluxhcd ?the whole world with vet home to dinner." saM Joe. "lie Marfln. she was always In u suppressed either.
.. : I loveliness' and she was loud, und don't f'l'l.I'xtru. well-he 1t'au' In the state of wanting to break out For answer she gave/: Mm the yellow
c: I healthy and too busy to be, home- to shout at him brazenly: "I don't paper that was wpt with her tears.
/ rI : Bit'k. care If jour coffer Is weak I I like It !
:+ :. r The days went on and on each weak I don't care If you don't like \ I 170,000 Now in Use
: I a bringing Its. round of dishes, beds. i my Imt-I dot I Stop talking about '\itItII It'lIr' r 1 trRJ
J sweeping, ticketing folding and un- yourself t"Various
folding tablecloths, going back und I little mannerisms ot his began 1 III Built with over strength in every part;
t i forth .between. kitchen and dlnliiK seriously to nnnoy her; a rather ,,1I r 1 built to withstand the constant strain of ,
room. Martin's breakfast was elth..rprollll.lly grave symptom hall Cherry but known \ ?f under condition r
I tested out every
heavy duty;
ti served. und well (cooked In I It. He danced his big fingers\ on the f\l
ulilch cnxe Miiitlu wa Hllently ""11..- handle of the sugar spoon nt breakfast \ of farm and belt work, and put to I
fled or It was late und a failure, when sifting the sugar over his cereal ; actual test by 170,000 owners during the
l l lie was very articulately dlxKUxted ; In I she hud to turn her eyes reoolutel.vaway past three years-the Fordson Tractor has i
iP either nine Cherry wa left to clear' from the sight lie blew her .
1 end waxh. and plan .for another meal 1\V none, folded. his handkerchief. und then 41I lived up to every claim mode for it.
i til four hours mure, : She mmkecl fruit lirnshvd his nose with It firmly left and !I'''
heat tip cake\ chopped boss: Into right jT aloe bitted the little performance I No matter what the farm task-whether
rM klndlliiKH heated a kettle of water that ,was never altered He bud u plowing disking harrowing, threshing, I
olio und another kettle of water, drnKKedsheets "lllI c..rtnln'lu..utftl slowness. ; would blink baling hay grinding feed, pumping: !
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at her 'politely and patiently when she
from the bed Only to replace lI fill- I
i tin-in Dlled illHlie with food only Id }flashed' plans or hopes at him : "1 water, sawing wood pulling stumps
find them empty mid ready to wanlignln. (, I I I Ii don't follow you, my dear. !I" Tlili ing silos or any of the many other jobs II

made her frantic arcund the farm the Fordson will not I
"I get sick! ] Of |It )I" else!, told Martin She was twenty, undlxclpllned and do and do well but quicker easier I
only ,
"""t'li, Lord 'I" lie exclaimed. ''Don'tyou exacting. She had no reserves within
think everybody doesT Don't Iget herself to which she could turn. Bud jI7 ''APt W\1 and at less expense. :
v}, I alck of my work''ou ought/: to I things 'were hppelessly. bad with Cherry \ and I
I hove the responsibility of It all fore ; her despairs, were the dark and There are so many different time
", hll..I"! tearful desiwlrs, of' girlhood prematurely money saving ways in which the Ford- !

Ills t"ne08 humorously reproving transferred to graver matters. im son can be used that you owe it to your- i
rather than unkind. Hut such a Martin was quite right In some ot in and
Come
the facts. seathe
self to
get
his 'contentions like she
upeech would nil Cherry's eyes with ; girl waspnmiKMlIc >
lean and cause bar to fro about the and unsystematic In hel Fordson, or write or phone for the I,:
'H. Was in the Engine, Room antf He
j house all morning with a heavy Klndero-F.lntlld.- housekeeping ; she loRd times of being For Answer She Gavs Him the Yellow information. .
T heart discontented and selfish. She hated Paper That Was Wet With T...... I
I She would flnd herself looking engine room und he kinder h economy and the need for careful man
aging. "Dad 111," he read. "Don't worry '. . I
thoughtfully at Martin ID these days kinder: ..... .... .. .. ,
Come If you can Allx""I'll : .. #- ..
studying him KB If he were an utter "Faluted?" Cherry asked sharply' In ,October Allx chanced! to writ A . .. "". : ") : w", I
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1 stranger. It bewildered her to feel! turning a little little her 'a. long and unusually gossipy let, bet It's a put-up. Job betweenyou :
that he actually was no more than ""'1'11. kinder Lawson made Mm terV Allx had n new gown of black and Allx-" Martin said In Indulgent I I
that, after two year of marriage. She lay done," Joe said. "And he's coming grenadine, and she had sung at an suspicion.
not only did not know him but ape home when the vvngon ovmea down afternoon tea, and had evidently succeeded Her Indignant glance sobered him ; I

had a bailed sense that the very at three o'clock. lie saya to tell YOU In her first venture Also they he hastily arranged money matter and - .. -_'- .. =' ::..:::.
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nearness of their union prevented her h.'. fine !" had had a mountain climb and enclosed : that night she got off the train In the ..--- -u.-.- -- --" -
from fleeing\ him fairly. She knew that "0". thank you Joe 'I" Cherry Bald were snapshots Peter bad takeron dark wetness"' of the valley, and was
the did him Injustice In her thoughts. :She: shut the door feeling weak and the trip.Cherry met by a rush of cool and fragrant
It must be Injustice decided Cherry. ,frightened. She flew to unpack her picked up the little kodak air. Cherry got a driver rattled and J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
For Martin seemed to her less clever bug hung up her lint and coat ilurk prints ; there were four or flee of them Jerked up to the house In a surrey ,
less Just less Intelligent and less erred, the bedroom mid turned down: She studied them with a pang at her and Jumped out her heart almost suffocating
i generous than th. 'average limn of her the bed ; waited anxiously: for Mil rl'. heart Mix: In a lone rough! coot her. AUTHORIZED
ft Ullllltllru'e. And yet be did not .return. with her hair blowing In the, wind Allx came flying to the door; the
'L cetmi to Impress other people In the, She' Will deeply concerned over the and the peaked crest of Tnmutpals behind old lamplight and the odor of wood Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE
way he Impressed' her.He new from Merton Cherry met his her-Allx busy with lunch boxes smoke poured through. There was
WII8 extraordinarily healthy and limp form at .the front door audwhlllk..1 -Allx standing on the old bridge by no need for words ; they burst Into FLORIDA
bad small sympathy for Illness weak- .! him Into a cool bed and put the mU!. A wave of homesickness tears and clung together.

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oaooao. -IOCJ01= ..oaooac.ao IOC301 oao'] end with his family in Gainesville. j II as oursehes. Oh, I can almost see it I :oi.il the
0. W. Thomas, of Pine Hill, was in I already. Let's all holler!
\\if: '! Bradford County Farmers |: town Thursday. j When do you expect this state roadto | THE
II J. E. demons, who has been visiting be built I I II

,' i. ___.._..- .Oa00ad. "" -11I0-: .-oao. O"--""" his. son, E. H. demons, of WauI I Just as soon as we show the state; 1 A town ,
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OClOOClO ehulawas here Thursday enroute to we want it. If we hide out in the to do in a
devoted to caring for the 90 colonies I
it consequently contains more protein
PROFITABLE PECANA his home at Pine Hill. to the
THE woods and the state to bringit way
,I hand. Even with white leghorns expect
substances than ordinary grass hay. on I
j I I.V.. Pinholster was on the sick to and hunt to tell who will do
us
us us
the of his up i.I
the
Live Oak that I'rof. J. M. Scott, of the Florida experiment as major part project, '
; : report comes from list last week. where the road will run, why we'll helping to
bees and
farmerto never neglected now
leased nation, urges every were
has a pecan I
a gentleman there I. W. Pinholster, Sr., and grand- never get it. that "cueses"
the of than for
$400 cash utilize as much of this valuable legume yield honey more pays
+ I tree for ten years and paid it as he possibly can. He says their keep, as well as furnishing the daughter, Cantey Oliver, of Pine Hill, No, we've got to do something our- coffin. The
t'. for it. In the course of ten years \ were visitors at the home of I. W. Pin- selves. as to have '
sweets. DeWitt C. Jones did not set
not
him that the yield is ordinarily as
the tree will yield holster to give
I is claimed, | Jr., Thursday. down wait for the trade to .
from crab or Para The inspiration of indusrty is well ano just
it produces great us grass
I for now The
I more than $1,000 and,with proper care it i i grass, but when cut at the right: time exhibited at this farm; strikes are Lewis Shriver motored to Worthington happen to come to him. He advertised driving man the !
$100 a year double its productiveness. -when one-fourth of the field is in unknown in the scheme of life of the Thursday afternoon.S. Told the people what he had !
.1 can be made to like I bloom-It makes a superior hay, a ever-busy bee and the prolific white V. Andreu was in Lake Butler and what he wanted. He didn't hide is always
with few trees
It seems a i lie enterprise
c' I have fortune in n I, hay no palatable that stock will not leghorn; and the owners likewise are last week.D. out. He just hollered.
@Iptl h , this one little could time with a a minimum of let as much go to waste as of other always on the job. Mr. Davies has W Hazen has been on the sick Now, Samantha, when the witnmen I grave.is howling The :
).,:F' very News. hays. :' long since given up his trade as a carpenter list, but is somewhat imprived at this get here and hear the talk about the
trouble.-Johnstown 1 fumeral
I I Practically all hay crops make the and now devotes his entire writing. good roads, I want you to get off to ology. And
1 t. t ,CONTROL PECAN CATERPILLARS best forage when cut in the middle of time to the management of his little Among those attending the peanut one side and organize. You tell 'em from all
TO mine. It is needless to that boiling at Mrs. A. J. Pinholster
gold last
the blooming period. If cut before say we can all vote now and have a voicein Haven Times.The
L f:; this time, there will be little hay left his income today is greater than ever Thursday night were Misses Clara matters, so we must organize and

J t Prof. J. R. w-;; ;;: entomologist of because of the high content of water before and he has the pleasure, of being I I Cone, Lorene and Ellamae Hazen, help build the road. If you can't help more )
and working at home and his time Lottie Jordan, Thelma Thomas, Ila with pick and shovel you can help ,
I Florida experiment station, saysto evaporated. The older the plants get, less you have
t- the : "Destroy the the l less water they contain. If overripe > is all his own. The casual observer I I I Belle Crosby, Mary Shaw, of Gainesville furnish the grub and show your men I
) the wc-bworm pecan growers and the pecan or walnut the water content will be so low only needs notice the crates of eggs Lubedia Pinholster, Mana An- and the state that you want good j Unjust
d fall defoliator in your trees by burning that the hay will be woody and un 1 i i and chickens and barrels of honey dreu, Ona Kite Ward, Inez Abernathy, roads and will vote for it. critic more I
.I 2 of the leaving Florahome to understand why i and \Messrs,. Marvin, Ralph and Vas- Now I'll t icised.J. .
by dipping into a bucket palatable. For best results, cut get ready. go and start to
or ] the Davies family wears "the smile coo Ifazen, Ardell, Claude and Eugene
: water covered over by a thin layer oft crop when about a fourth -.f it is !in
I that won't come off." Crosby, Eldon Baxter, C. J. Crews,
; bloom.
': I
kerosene Pitt Baxter, John and Truby Pinhol- H. Williams
abundant Special; attention should be givento
) Pecan caterpillars arc more DOES CHICKEN FARMING PAY? liter, Royce Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. I.
t than usual in many parts of tho the curing. Do not let the hay lie
I I W. Pinholster, Mr. and Mrs. L. n.Galnl"Y .
t state and many trees have been defoliated too long in the hot sun. It should be and daughters Lois and Tu- INTER-STATE REALTY
.I by them. Although defoliation ruked into windrows soon after beingcut I The answer to the above query will I Ledo.\
serious as if and left to cure. Do not stack be found in the record of Kirby & Kirby | ,
is not
at this season as son, Resole, Mr. and \Mrs. E. T. Stewart If you don't rub against the White Wash
I
and conduct a'hite
it had occurred earlier, it is still a permanently in the mow, nor haul to who own and Paul.
j serious check to the growth of the the barn, nor bale before'it is well I Leghorn; farm on the Orlando road, I son, on you.
. The
friends
i trees and may considerably decrease dried out, as it will turn black and about a mile and a half out from Mt. many of P. A. Crosby
are glad to learn he is Improving.
<', next year's crop. As the pecan tree have a smutty appearance if so treat- I Dora. Beginning December 1, 1920, After The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the
growth from now ed. with 517 hens (that is the date of the spending two weeks in our
1 makes little or no HOME-SEEKERS
town John W. Pinholster
returnedto
j in manufacturing food I beginning of this record), Messrs. ,
active
on, it l is his home
.. I and t'ormlnJthe: winter buds for next PLANT RAPE FOR FALL ANn Kirby & Kirby submit the following : Saturday night. Aug. let, carrying: advertisement of millions of
I Miss Thelma Thomas
t. year's growth.' WINTER GRAZING record: spent the listed for Bale or exchange throughout the United
,I ;.-:. There are two species; of caterpillars December, 1920, 261 dozen at OOc, week-end with her parents at CoolerPond. ico. If you have property for sale or exchange list
Man is of the 23400. advertising costs you nothing on commission
I now abundant on pecan trees. Mr. Hog rape one
:Mrs.; J. D. Baxter and Walter luck if we fail to find you a deal :I.t ..._ I ,JL. .
The first species, the fall wcbworm, most important fall and winter crops January, 1921, 275 dozen at 90e, son, *
is a reddish-brown, hairy fellow. His for hogs thai can be grown in this $247.00. I I were shopping in Alachua Saturday
family live in a tent they spin over the leaves and twigs.: however, prepare your seedbed and $357.60. Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was in
Little danger will result to the trees sow your seed about the last week in I March, 1921, 801 dozen at 40c, I Brooker Saturday afternoon. LAKE BUTLER, UNIONICOUNTY

+ l hy burning: the webs out, if done with September, if you live north of the | $344.40. E. Crosby was in Starke on bus
r care. The webs, or tents, may be I Gainesville section, from the first to i April, 1921, 817 dozen at 3.r c, $285.- ''c. Saturday. In You
pulled out l hy means of a'.honk on along I the middle of October, if you live to 1115. C. Homage, of- Winter Haven, Diy Reduction Prices n you

\ pole, and by this method practically the south of Gainesville. Plantings: I j May, 1921, 707 dozen at 30c, $212.- the week-end with his sister, zer without getting: our new price lists
all worms will\ be removed together t even later than this will produce good 110. \Mm. J. B. Shaw. of Materials, prompt shipment. Order
I June, 1921, 468 dozen at 30c, $140.40. .- M. P. Matheny and family motoredto
n \ with the webs.h' crops. 'I' secticides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
The second caterpillar, the pecan or I This. crop in Florida does not re- Gainesville Saturday afternoon. O. PAINTER
walnut defoliator, spins no web but reive the attention from farmers, especially I July, 1921, 353: dozen at 40c, $141.- \Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter JACKSONVILLE
feeds the foliage. Advantage may 10. Ona Rita, of Gainesville, spent
on : hogt'rw'rll( and dairymen, i
hub- August, 1921, 330 dozen at 4.ric, the week-end here. Get. Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon
ho taken of this insect's peculiar that it deserves, is the opinion of C.
it of {'lIminlIIl1wn\ to tho trunk of the K: McQuurru', tttute agent of the agricultural $148.50.In Miss Elmo Shaw left for Winter
tree, often quite near the ground, to extension division, University -j addition to the eggs/ sold there Haven Sunday ""'I"mDU"I"'m"'ml'aI 4y; molt. At these times they collect in of Florida. I were sold $300 worth of broilers and Those who enjoyed the surprise
large; masses or colonies on the trunk Host results with rape in the past fryers, bringing the total sales up to party at the home of J. C. Cone were : 5
.I and remain in this position almost have been' obtained by planting in j I I $2,412.45. The total cost of feed for Misses Ila Belle Crosby, of Jacksonville A. D.
motionless for many hours. When revs three feet un.irt to permit cultijit the nine months was $785.90, leaving Lottie Jordan, Eunice Hazen,
a these groups sire observed, the caterpillars \ ion. If the seed are broadcasled, I a balance between cost of feed and Lubedia Pinholster, Mana Andreu, RAIFORD FLORIDAWe d'i
are easily brushed into a pan cultivation by harrow is recommend- gross Hales of eggs and poultry of $1- Ona Rita Ward and Edna Baxter, and ,
with a little kerosene in it. I ed. Cultivation should be frequentand !1626.55. The record does not take into Messrs. Marvin and Lucian Hazen, I
!Both caterpillars enter the ground shallow. | account the cost of labor, neither does I II C. J. Crews, Pitt Baxter and J. W. now have our Sea Island Cotton

::. when full grown and emerge in the The Dwarf Essex variety Is especially I I it state the number of chickens, Pinholster. have commenced ginning cotton, and are
q' spring! at moths which lay the eggs; recommended us it is of quicker and young, on hand at the end of Au-I I Lucian flaxen, of Bland, spent the any cotton that comes to our gins, and

i. from which the caterpillars hatch. I' growth and will stand more grazing ,! -Ilust. week-end with his parents here bring a good price. Cotton is opening
'.' These and many other penis of the thin the old type. If planted late in I white, and most of it around here is of
I t'", pecan can be, controlled by thoroughly September'; on a well prepared seedbed I ItltOOKEICj FARMERBROWNWhat (, better cotton is handled and the better
t spraying the trees with load arsenate, top-clrt'sscil with a high grade mers have to gather it in usually the
I a pound of powder to CiO l I'allollll' of 'vegetable' fertilizer, mixed well into j firooKer, Sept. 23.-Frazier Shaw, i bring.
4 water. the soil before planting, it will give I spent a few days of last week in in the world are you going to
y; ? A full description of these insects cxcoilrnt results. ,! Gainesville do with all those peanuts, Josefus We also notice a great reduction in
with illustrations may be found in The mistake Is frequently made ofturnmg !1 N. G. Hayes, of Bradford, is attending Brown t ton goods and other merchandise, we

bulletin 147, which may be had for stock on the crop too early, school here. I'm going to have a peanut boiling Sea Island Homespun as low as five
the asking of the Florida Experiment before It gets a !good start, and pas- I Mrs. W. It. Harrell, of Bradford, tonight. I have Invited all the neigh
Station, Gainesville. I luring it too closely. was in town Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. bors along the road from Coon Hollowto Good Check Shirting at

ti j A rape field should be fenced into I G. B. Colson was in Starke Starke to meet here and talk over Good Hickory Stripes
SAVE BEGGARWEED HAY two or more sections in order that the Tuesday afternoon. better roads, so I thought! I'd feed Good Blue Denham
; i i rtock may be alternated bark an.I'' Virginia Colson, of Pine Hill, spent them up on peanuts. I want to see I I
ii The feeding value of bi'gganveed forth, enabling the plats to rocuper41 Wednesday here. how many I can sign up to give al I GoodApron GinghamsGood
hay is often under-rated by even good lifter close grazing. By this method Prof. A. B. Shaw was in Gainesville week's work on the roads free for I Indian Head
farmers. This plant is a legume, a continuous grazing can be depended Wednesday.B. nothing. If they all will take hold I Good Taffeta Silk $ .
plant having the ability to take nitrogen -I 'cn from December till April. Y. P. U. will lie, carried out by together we can make a !good hard Good Belding Satin $ .
from the air by means of germs group two Sunday night. Everybody road aU the way to Starke and be Crepe de ChineMercerized $ .
which live in nodules on the roots, and : BEES AND POULTRY invited. ready to meet the state road from I ,! Poplin
I Mrs. J. E. Clemens, of Pine Hill, Jacksonville by the time they get here i i"
I A great: majority of those who Keep was here Wednesday.A. That wilT pull all the travel this Beat Blue Serge
: SOUR STOMACH I Lees work them in connection with B. Surrency, of Pine Hill, was and everyone out in the woods waY'j India Linon

some profession or some other industry in town Tuesday. cutting across to strike our hard road Very Beat Twill Outing
INDIGESTION like fruit growing or poultry raising Mrs G. B. Colson was on the sick and that will force oaher neighborhoods Mottled Outing Blue
:. While it is true there are great list last week. to build hnrd roads, even if it is i Cotton Flannel 12
I I r any specialists who are large opera- :Mary Shaw, of Gainesville, was in done by donations. The other follows I I Curtain Goods
tors mid are located in arras particuInrly town on a visit with friends last want to connect up with our hard )| .
Uedford's Black-Dr.nglt Hirhl, I favorable for keeping lines in a week.Miss. road and they will get busy and spend I. Indian Linon

Recommended bv Tennessee large way, and who make beekea-ping Marguerite Shriver hits goneto the time they would have spent a- }
( profitable as a business. Yet there Starke, where she hag accepted! a fishing on the road work. : Now we have just received a full
Grocer for Troubles Resulting : lire few individuals who could make a position as teacher in the Bradford Don't you see? Anyone can donate goods bought at these low prices, also a
S; from Torpid i| \living from 100 to 150 colonies. That High School. a wpek's work for the sake of ( ( and boys suits, also all styles of boy's and
Liver. I i number, however, in connection with A peanut boiling was given Thursday having a good straight road to the I caps.
I poultry keeping will materially! augment night at the home of \Mrs. A. J. county seat. I'm going to see if I can '
: I, the general {income.J. Pinholster. Quite a crowd attendedand wake 'em up. I'm going to offer two A nice line Dress Shirts, a good stock

)Cast Nashrllla, Tenn.- The fftoency : L. Davies, of Florahonw, Fla. enjoyed themselves.Mrs. weeks work with team and tools, free i reduced price. We carry Stoves,
of Thedford's Clack-Draught, the conceived the idea several years ago \ T.. C. Huron was on the sick of charge. : Groceries of all kinds. We will sell you
(genuine herb, liver medicine ti that lives and chickens would make list last week.J. That's why I want them to come l flour right fresh from the mills at the

r Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons s'j jCroesr an excellent combination. After<< purchasing D. Baxter Tl'turnl'dVl"dnl'tlday! out and see how many wiTt help and Now we carry in stock almost anything
of this city. "It Is withoutdoubt ,! a few acres of land, part of from a visit with relatives In different how much. .I, want.

the best liver medicine, and 11 an abandoned farm, he had less than parts of Georgia. Brown, why don't you let some other We will be glad if you will come to
,', 4oat belles I could get alone without i itt. $50 to finance his operations. With Allen Green, of Pine Hill, was in man do all this planning Some- what you want to buy, and you can .
': I Uk It for sour stomach, hesd- the determination to do somethingand town Thursday one win 1 get mad at you and nay you I bring to sell at the highest market prices.
ache, bad lire-, Indirection, and aU be his own master and with the C. M. Keville and family were in want to run everything. No; I'd not
ether troubles that av* the result 01'' assistance of his wife, he cleared up the Pine Hill section Wednesday af do it. =When Cotton, Chickens, Eggs or any
anywhere it rises here. We thank all
a torpid liver. the wevd-infeotcd field, remodeled the ternoon. Yes; but I would. Let 'em get mad.
"I bar known and used It for years shack into respectable" living quartersand Missed Lorene and Ella Mae Hazen They will get over it when they can any portion of their business they give us.

and cn and do highly recommend II purchased a few chickens and spent the week-end with \Mary Shaw, haul a good load to the state hard We can grind your corn, buy your !
to every one. I won't so to bed with. several colonies of ....1'11. His cash being of Gainesville. rosd. If we get it started, others Potatoes, buy your Eggs, and Chickens ,i
rat It In the house. It will do sll II low, he financed his operationswith Lewis and Marguerite Shriver and will nee how easy! It can be done. highest market prices for all, and sell you !M
claims to da. I can't sar enough tot what he could make at his trade Veda Watson spent Thursday afternoon Say, Samantha, such things are"catching. as any one can, and we want your

tt." as a carpenter. It was necessary to at Hampton Beach.C. ," just like the itch. You getit "..,..-.EfflBSB ;; : 1
Many other men and women through follow his trade for a year, Mrs. Davies J. Crews, of Bradford, was In started and it will run all over the
pat the country have found Black: acting as manager of the bee and town Thursday. county. Now, I told the men to bring
Draught Just a. Mr Persons describe chicken farm during his absence. \Mesdames R. T. Osteen and P. M. their wives and I want you women
rmlusble In regulating the liver tt Now the dream of the Davies, has Barefoot and daughter. Inez, left on folks to get up a picnic and bring out
' Its normal functions, and in clesnslnf, been realized! The once junglelikefield \ Friday for Plant City, where they are to the men every day we are workingon A. D. ANDREWS
1 the bowels of Impurities. i is now neatly fenced into poultryruns visiting relatives.Jno. the road, and Ill ask DeWitt C.
,; Thedford's Black-Draught liver modi with fruit trees planted to fur- Shriver spent part of last week Jones to send out a few cases of his The BrickfStore
sine Is the original and only genuineeoept nish shade as well as fruit. Mr. Da. attending to business affairs in Jack Coca Cola to serve with the dinner. I
/ no Imitations or substitute vies has placed his bees in the various sonville.Prof. He'll do it, for it sure will bring him
A1WS7S ask for Tbkdford'a Q. poultry runs and part of his time is A. B. Shaw spent the week- more business and help Starke as well ItroD'aJmmm: """ "'wmmWUBlHiiWlUwmmm >







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ntl1lA. SETTEMHEU 23. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.E' GRAPH. STAKKE. KI-OIUDA. PAOH SEVEN: A

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n<JInUIlSALS! 1 tonal] omniscience ll.lance Sept. 1. lull __._ __._______.HDS 01Di.ldrt .
was justified Boys Frvln Hir.e-lnhnthni do _______ I ftB- Starke. Florida ..h. on November 28 on the 24th day of September. 11121.
Newman Children do _., _ BOO No' I Ibalance Iv17. made homealead. entry. No OlbtlMe for Claimant' t
to read -- i name wtlneBOeatJ {
| eager and especially! boys jrladI Au.. 1. 1921 ____..._ ______ J68BO I e
and health Martha McDonald do _____._..___ f.00 I Southwest Quarter vf Sxiutluwit Quarter, aee. 8. Starling, of Lawley, r
runinality Apparentlyit I to read all sorts of books not only Alice Bryant do ___._____________..__ t WK | Reeelpta during month _____.....__u SB gtlWarranta don 4, Town.hlp 8 8.uth. Kanite 28 K, T.Ilnhaa.ee T" A"d..r Lawtey. .norld. M1
go( hand In hand. Mont criinn those C Dyrd do __. ..___._____i____-.-- 800Aonee I tuiH-d. ______._ _________ 12 SO meridian has .. of Inlen Fred Sa_.., of Slarke. Florida.'k.rid. I II
made especially! for thorn-writI Ilnwsrd do _________.__- 7 BOK I Kalanea Sept. 1. 11)21.____.__.___n__ 1K1.KO I lion make three "proof.to eetahlUhrlaim W I. Starr of Florida.UODT. fJ I I : 1
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are silk people. This however .._ _.. '.nO lll.lnrl Na' I year It.k.
ten F. Petty do ..._ __ .
down that -
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I in, to the supposed! ;:, t K Mclvln do 00 I I llalance AUK. 1, 1011 __.._______.____ Sfl.OSR IHR wafrom saying that most measure of their intelligence-have I CMhar'ne Crows d. ____.______.._- 4 OOManrant <_ ''' dorms month ___________._ SO 14.Warranla neck of the clrrult court, at Htark. ..rl. 8.11-t 11.28-rd. 'lli>,. ... )

,eoplc] are criminals.Vt might Roberta do ..._ .. _.. 800 Issued _._.____.___.__u___. 047 1 1.t
been -- .
t rare at all times and to of I _______.._..__._ 171.711 1
some Willie Martm, do .._-___-_.____.-.- '."0Mm Balance "" 1'" 1. mi
Lhut most sick people are care- us they stem to be Mary Tyro do .________________ 4 BOMr. i lll.lrirl Na. Ittalance : 01' FINANCES
Ind.t away with the Btatement. I partic-ulurly rare .. Tom I>yal do .____________.___ '.00Mr. AUK. 1. 1921 ____....____... 1B4 SO 1 I'OH1 <1(0.
]It' at present. Everyone of them _and Sarah Hurdon do ___._._________ *00 Rxceipta' durlnir month .__n_________ K'D.11Warranta ItKADrOKI COUNTY
Bat we stand back of the state- i sUl'hirs.] Kate Colllna do __.................... '..00II Iwucd. -. .U. .._n_._______ 27114
i too-should be encouragednot I __ _____ '. II.lance. Sept. 1. 1021 M.87
I Kale Fresh do _____.__ ---- ----- ---00 "
it that most criminals are sick, restrained. II Jerry Johna do .- 800I lli.lnrl Na.' 4 I'OK Till: THUIOn KNDINC: JUNK: ;30 t(), 1921\ i

99 cent of them have I Carrie Albert' do--_.._. =--=:::- *:00I I llalance AUK. 1. 121 ___.._____..____ 210.41
per - .
probably II They may learn thing which their Hell Cottrell do ...... .... .. n"I hVecipta durinK month .-. ...__.. The followitiit report of the rcceipta and diaburaementa of the funda of HKADFOKDCO11NTY.
male ailment or defect. I fond think :I I Nancy Conner paw In--allowance- ; -:::: t:oo Warranta lulled: \ ------.:::--.:...--.. 78 for the period end',,, June 50. Itt-JI with Ihe lialaneea awl amount of warrantaoutauindinii I

I parents they are too | Agnes Howard. do ________n______---- 7.SOI 11.1...... Kept. 1. 1D2I __.____u__.____ 202.68 and a ...t.no' cr the aaaela and llabllltlea. and the value of school I.m.r, of ,
Maybe this has something to do young to know, but they will learn I Knoll. Malphura do _______n________ 00I "'.trt... "' .. Illalance the paid Stratford. County Ha rrlKirtfd tin the :tn lnv of June .lll''l. by the l''U"'y 1..t of
social unrest.A ; those I I K E 1'elty do . __._____. 8.00 AUK. 1. 1V21 ---.-____.__ 2H*.80Hicetpla I I'ublie In.trarllon and tb,. HuiN-rlnlendcnl of Public Inatrurtlon 1 hereby I'ubl.h'{ tnd. Il I'f
with i things an'how-un8s] they I.la.le Hall do un 0.00 dtirtnK month .____._____... "..117I lirovuloiui of Ihapler 6HU of the Laws of .'Iurld.Acta of 11)16.j ) \
study of over five hundred men 'I arc brought up in IIn innocence I I 1 Callle Thornton doS :_-:::::_::::::::::: 6.00: I Warranta booed ----------?.?...... '.41 i ERNEST AMOS Comptroller.

: 8 Lee do . _u________ ..nn 8.00 llnlanee Sept. 1, mi u________._____ 81)8.115
and women arrested on the streets of I that is only a dangerous\ ignorancei -- Edward Griffin do ..____._____-.__-- (.00 l Dl.trict Na.' fPalance General School Fund

the largest cities in '\'(Virginia in I i it Is beter to learn them from Janle Mclnlo.h do ________n__-.._.- '..00H.o I AUK I. mill n___...._ 286 'BReeelpta IVpoeltory b.lone..1mmnry 1. 1MIOuUtlandlnir __ . _ ___ ____ Silt II I
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P Bernard Co .uppllea clerk during month ____._____ 10.88 January 1, 1V2Net \ ___. _____________ ___ ".UfI S7Ctimptniller ,
twelve months ending t books than ._.. '..00I warralila ----
the ; July 1.1; from the worst boy or I R A Green Inunty Frank Clarldy Warrant lotted. _____................ I.Bit I -

disclosed the fact W K Mtddleton do .___n___ .-______ LAO llalance. Sept. I. 1921 ..__.__.__..____ 244.01) ,__ _. __ _. _
1921 that not a j I I girl in school. I .1 C Wllla do ._._.uun... ______ I-00 lll.mrl ISO. T deficit January I. 11)21) ___ __ ___ __ tll..77C 41

single] one of them had clean mouths. I And. as a matter of fact it la W W ttaliden do __n______..._____ 1.00 llalanc AUK. I. 1921 ..........._... 14D.80 WFCFIPTd FOR Tit SIX MONTHS
W J Epperaon do ......_?__. -..-_._ S,7. 1<.>ceipta durlnir month ..___......... 12.80Warranta lam 1 1
Most of them had many badly decayed more than doubtful if any knowledge John Mack janitor .___n.-__ _n__ 8H.OO laiued. ._. ___.____ __. I.rs 1
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I -- Tax lines ..._ __.___ ._ (8,04400
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teeth. The majority of them hadclerl'l.tive ]; whatever is harmful to anybody I' C Wall A Knight eulur Ten .-- _.._u._ 1.80Teleeraph llalance Sept.{ 1. 1821 -------.-....--- ..ePl.trtet n'demptlnnaComptroller. __________ __..______.__ __ 4129

vision. At least 60 cent or old and the it Colley pub repairing It.1".... ;_ mower_. _. ____. D00Teleuraph I .... S nilnuld taxComptroller __n__ __._._.....______-__ (14000 ; _
per young possibility that n. __-_ ____-_ S 00 I natanee, AUK. 1. 1021 .______.________ C8< 18Receipt. olio mill' ,. .- 4,.Mill Oil) .
Oo rent
Ktarke 1'hone phone lioenaeaHanka. ________.. ._____._... HI 00
75 Warrant i hunted __________ 2MIlalanr County judya. hunting .
nervous ailment. Practically all of is far from being derisive Ire Cu lee ___......__._. .unnn __ ____. .__....._.
a reason .1, W Moman auppllea clerk _____ 8.70 Si'Pl. 1. 1021 .______ _.___.___ MB.14 loanKuiierlntendent. - u._ 8IIS",

them were dyspeptic. Over 70 percent for withholding it. City I.lirht) riant Itahta ___....___-__ *.12 lll.lrlrt, Na.llalance A .alea -- .- ::-:::::::::=== :::: '
Ceo n It amard Co warrant hooks ._ KH .2K A"... 1. 1021 ._____._________ 12814 h-ormer auperltitendrnt .---: : T CB 40.714 HIMaklnir S
were suffering:'from some vener- If more reading were done by _..___ IK Receipt during month nu__ 8.49 0
W collector ----
Hayes com tax .00I Warrant l.aueil _._ __. _. _____ 140llalance b.l.n. _- ... _.un__ __._________ non 41
and but boys and O W Alderman cli'rk and pd 181 -- - -
disease poataiie
eal a large indefinite I'irls-ntore -
reading of real
W Alderman err. conviction Ate . M 7RHnw 'I Sept. 1. 1021 ___.._. ___-_____ 127.14
number seemed to be tubercular" books that is-perhaps not so manyof Co n-eord. bnuka clerk ___ .-_n 50.00 I IlUtnet N... Itftalance IIISBUMSKMENTS FOR THK SIX MONTH 0

These for West them who Drew Co do _____________..________- BH 10 AUK 1. 192 ._n._...._____. 81828Receipt. Impended tar BckeelalHalartea
figures are Virginiabut cnme out of colleges .__ I ._____ _.__ _________ 11,2M1M1.EM1kry'oia
l>rew Co .u\I\ ,. clerk _____ __ 2 10 ., during month _._ _-- _____. 1170 ) of leaelieni u _-
we ('an,0 them one Letter. The '! these days would,! make stutementnand N T> Walnwrlirht advance l.x ..._.or 100.00 I Warrants (burned ___._._.___?_____. S 87llnlnnee to bulldinwa -____..... __.__.___ 1611
8 T Dnwllnii\ 1 day com and miliaiie RIO Itr..'. 1. 1D2I ._____..____u_ 1122.AS U..n, _ .._..____.._....._.._._....._._._.._ 24 00I
same class, in a series of cocaminatioiis ,I ask questions that make themsiem II 1.111...... ilu __nn_ n. ._.._._ H 1111 ,I I lll.lrlrt Ne. IIllalance. TramiiMirtallon of "1,1. -_.____...____.__.__. no 00 .
conducted over a considerable to the possessors of old-] H V Cainey do ___h______ _00 __...-- S "0 i AUK. 1. 1021) .__________uu. HS6.156Itucelpta Incldenlala for aehoola ._ -..._._.____.__-..___... 194.00 5'
an J M Hrownlee do .uu._. -. u __ 40 I during month ___ _._ 87.14 Ivapenaea at Admintataapalfalser
period of time in one of our Florida | fashioned ,education little if any better C A Kolierta do __ un. 7 fiR Warranta limucd 00 _____ _. __no._ _____n_..__ 402 l of auperlntendent ....._____ 00.00 , ; ,
showed than than W J EpiH-num, 1 day with comra _n_n 4 no i llalanee Sept. 1. 1021 ___________.__-, 25861 IravellllK enptnaea of euperlnlendent I -.._- no 40 :
cities, more feO per cent illiterate t ni.trirt N. II Incldenlala fur hoard and euperlntitndent1rinttnK :==:=:: 208 08 : I'

to be Buffering from syphilis gonorrhea Total _ __ ________ --___ _.___ Wim Palanra AUK. 1, mill ______u.n.___ 6W! .72 finanelal atatentent ...__.-__..____. S,00, td.ykHorrowd
Fine and' Forfeiture Fund -ceipla durinK month _.._._______ Sit l-rlnlinix .- __ .- ___ __._________.. _______.. __..___ N7.00 '
or chancroid. THE LITTLE DEVIL W J FVperaon fuedtnit prieonira! . 104 AK Warranta limned. ____uu n_____..______ 4 45 I... .. __ .. .._.._.._....._....___.. _.___.___ 2.Ae 10 ". ",.
shows W 1C Middleton eo phyalelmt _-_n.- 417 llalance Sept." 1. 1021 _......_. _.__. Ba1.n'III.tr..t . money .__nn____.._._____ ..._ __ 1.I.ft SI
That same city a little over 11.. Sapp wit D F Alv...,. .._ _._____ B.HOE Na. 18llalance Interest e.1..ld .._.......---._._-__...._._____.. '."i6.im t .
twenty per cent infection amongstits M Johna proeoeutinir ..... Handy AUK. 1. 1021 .........__.____ 181.ffl .
Tho other evening whilst wendingour Rrymer and Gu. Walker. __._._____ so no RfCc-ipta, durinK month .............. I Not cUflrlt June AO, IHtlatraiiu .uu_____...____....______.__._.___ HII.H7H' 44 .>4 I ;
criminal class now, since the Inauguration homeward attractedby Mltchi-ll Drug Store medicine at j.lI.. 58)1Turner Warranta. l..ued nnnu__._..._..- 87.08' \\ uul.utiillna June 80, IVIil ..._._..__........._....__ 142,5011tlIh.po.llory _
of the state board way wo were '. Drug Store do ..._u_..... 1 77 llalanee Sept. t. 1921 ___.____._______ 18418
of
a mother's ]lullaby and stopped under W W Kai.den guard! at jail _hu.... 4000 ni.triet No. 14. balance June 80, 1921 --___ ?___.______..___--____..... 1.1..71HECAI"ITULA1'ION
health's intensive campaign for the 1 WW llauden wanhmK, at jull ________ ZOOW j llalanra A..". 1. mi .._....?..-.?__ 27210
of social] diseases.BUSINESS the trees to listen. Filled with lofty J Epperaon atill captured and d. Keceipta duiliiK month .__u_..._____ SB/ 111Warranta OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT
control
sentiments as she crooned "Baby's. .troyed from Ilium, to iil)2139400' ; Issued ......._____......... 8040 0. UEJOlT
R A Green: cane Oo Wilson -_-_ _. __.- t 87 llalance' $opt. 1. 1021 _- -______u.____ 277.82
boat in silver moon sailing in the sky"we W J Eppcnon do --_____ .__ ____--__ HBO I IXatrict No. Kllalance FUNDS UKADFOKD COUNTY, FLORIDA

rnoSPECTS H Austin wltnee. .________n _.u_-- 1.00 AUK. 1, 1021 ______.__. ft M
were thinking of paying! her a .leaMer Or))?,. juror _u___________. 1.'>) Ih.\tI.\ daring month _-___.______- 28.HU JUNE .10, 1921
compliment in this column. Just .1 II Scrip do ____nnn__ ________ 1.00 Warranta Iwiued __._._ _. .....-_______ a lilt
of key Itdherta do __?____ ____.. ._______ 1.00 Valence Sept. 1. 1021 _.______.___.... 12B.88
Careful reading reports from the about this time we hoard "Why don't -aud! Underbill du ___nn__ .nn__ 1."l)> IH.Irirt Na. IInal.n.

Webt and Middle West inclines one to to sleep little devil." !St. Nut William do .____-00__. .n_ ___ 1.00 .. AUK. 1. mi -._?,--..------ 8" BOKfceipta
you go you M C.llH.on do unn__. .-_- __. 100W ) ,/ during month n___.._.__.__ 18.BEWarranta
the belief that business in those sections Augustine Record J Johns do ______.___...______.___ 1.no liwued n_____ _.____.___.__. 841 .
is improving. Better forecasts R A Green ea.e P,ul Clark ___u___ 2.71 llalance Sept 1. 11121..___.__________ 101.B3 .
: crop Hole Johna eon.lable do __._ ____._n 11.BO 11I.lrtd No. IT
easier money through} government R A Green cane Ceo WII.on..1 _.___ 411 Balance AUK. 1, mi _..._.....______ LOT I .
Even the man who nerds a balance W .1 Kppenon do ____--__--.__-- .. _- 14 ROn Reeelpta during month _____.___.._.. 81.It gm
action cheaper and more abundant wheel] is better than the one who hag Aumln do wllneia______-_____.__ Lon l Warrant* U'util 1 --_____--_.--_....... 141llHlanre t
labor and co-operative effort .1 II Snpp, do ._--_____._--____--_____ 100 ""?1'1. I. "01' .. ._______ .- !>.OB I m
are no wheel at all. R I- Jom do .. ._.___.___- .____n_ 100 lll.lrlrt Na 18llalanre f 1
combining to Improve the business J II Pavi. juror .__--____._____--____ 1.00 I| AUK. 1. 1021 ______.._.n____ 8).8Rieeipla .
__ _____ __ s t
K T Norman do unn.n 1.00 during month 00 no' n 1ft 81Warranla
situation generally These influences Some people are so indifferent to J It llryan do ___--____nn.nn_ 1 00 I IC t...ui>d. ._.___..___ _____ 889 IF 5 I-
coupled with better transportation T Hllcn do ___..._hn____._. 1.00 llalance' Sept. I. 1021 __________._____ 77.91lIi.trld t
fate thut fate takes the trouble ..____.___ __ :
: never O It Nt>w.om tlo __. .u. 1.00 Nn' IIItnlsn. t !
conditions make practically certain to bother them. 1ft Hryant do __ .._ _____n..nn h. 100 I .. AUK. 1. HUM ..____. ..____... 47. HIttwipla F .p j t
that improvement in those sections I! It A Gieen: .... W Wllllama .____n- 27 ., durinK month __n_......... 1T.H4 : A h .
I W J Kppcraon, do ..-. .---------- -.. 18 4KK Warrant Imiui-d _. ____u._.__.___ 1.67llnlnnee I S
will become more and more marked A c.n-en cane John blond .______.- S 70 I Sops 1. IH21 ____..__ ._______ a. 7lll.lrlrt .1 e : r I Ij
I Any one can spend money except W J F.pper.un: do .___ ___u.u__. __ 11175 Na 2* I E 5 .!
as the season advanc-es. Western reports It A Green; cane I. lUtlntree _?_______ n IK llnlanee AIIK. 1. 1021 ___...._......_. 8011.81) j p I Io"
are today decidedly optimistic. those who haven't it to spend. W J Kppvnion do _nu________ 81.tilLeonard Receipt durlnw month ______ ___.... J J. LM I Ird
--- -- ---- -I .Fowler witneea _._nu_. 1.00 Warrant l..ued ___u____._.__...__.. nfl.76 i
Ordinarily the prospects c.f> one section I V A Itniwninv do _____. __.:. ___ --._ 1.00 llnlanee !io,.'. 1. 11121 287.88 i06.A1 4 {
of the 1' To Stop a Cough Quick Hardy Hwent du _....__.h __uu_ 150) lll.lrlrt Na. 21 14 04 5.011 2.14.4)
country sooner or later influence takes IVrey riHteen do ._hu___..___ ___ 100 llalance AUK. 1. 1921 _...........__. 198.87Receipt. II 1 41) 11011: "Mi 14 641.04 2IH.74
\ those of other sections. Especially HAYES1 HEALING HONEY. a W J Kppi-nifin:" do ..__u__ ___-.nn__ 1.00Tlnrvcy durliiK month--------------- 7.20 4 I Il11fl4 7.tre f76ilr40.l) 21141
cough medicine which stops the cough by : Grwn bSimon Warrant {curd. nun.n 8.111 11: III; ,
is this true when a large\ portion healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.A Try.on do __n__--___________: 1."ft ItHlnnce' Hi-pt. 1. 1021 ..._..______n__ IllH.fn 8 21HM:' HIK / 411 HII4.ftl IA,
of the of that feelPnrndl do I _______n___________ l.stl lll.trlrl "''u. 21llnlanee I Ni I IN 02 IHt411 tN
products section l is box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE II AtiHtin Juror __________________ 1.00B ) AUK. 1. 1021 ..__.________n_ 4-' .17Receipla 1.1 / .11 t"o
the basis of the business of other sec SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and K Ix-e do -.___.._________.nuu 100 { durinK month ._.___________ fttt.ftl 1141NI l IIIN.II 77.11 41' If.H' 4
Croup is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES' W W Crron do Ion Warranla burned '__'_n________ 7.7H I I I I 8.1.181 tat
tions. Western farm products still . ____ 1921.. ___________ 111 21.I"1 I 11.111 1.41'
The salve W W Green do __ __ _______ __ 1.00 llnlnnee Hi-pt. 1 I. u 477.70 48,16 Ii
form a considerable of the HEALING HONEY. ;l I"I L, Sllcox do _____.________.n____ 1.00 III.' ) ,I..I Nn.' 81 11 15.011)\ 8..1 R4IItono)1 A11
portion should be rubbed on the chest and throat II Y Brown do. ..__n..--.______._ 1.00 lltilnnniAIIK. 1. 11121 _______ .___u__ 1H8.44 I IMI.IO. 960 22I.NH
export business of the Atlantic ports of children sulfuring! from a Cold or Croup j I F I. WlUinn" do. ._._ __ __ h____.____ 1 HO Keceipl.i ilurlttK month .__.___..____. 21.74 11 II Jlft.ft'l 18.51 8.81 ar.6.flll x0.00 20.711 111.511 HIH2RII1IIB2 I
I I ._____ Wntrnnt. I..u.d __ _, ,_ ___ .4H 1
It A Cret-n: cane Handy Ilrynter' H M n "n II I I 1 11.11u N U7.and 1 7fanIN 1/ N6 1 1
and large yields mean large exports. The brallnxrRrrt<< of Kayos' llnallnit Honey Iodide of W J ftiipeninn: do ______________n____ IB 00 llnlnnci8i.pl.. I I. 1921 _-.--_____.__ 1HH.10 I 1 ( 611,15 7.Nil 11.111 111x A8
comblnrd with the
This livens the market the'. O-Peu-lrete throat Salve through huellogc6ert the of \\' J Kpiu-miin:, wit _u____._____.___ 1 00 I lll.lrlrtu.. 24llnlnner 111\ 171 \ IIIN.I I I1n,81) 1 l ION
up money the t.rove akin oouAh.Iloth pores IJ I II Hupp dn --____._--______________ 100 A"... I. 1021 .-__ __ __..____. 247.4ft 1 I fll.1 I HH.MII 111.41' 1 I.rj I T8.401| ',
which is still controlled by eastern financial aooo stops. a and the Riles Kite do. ._ ____.___________.._._ 100 RfrelptH" durinK month ...-..___..... 27.18Warranta 9.1111 U.71 I 161.011 IflN."O\\ nun| 74 no
remedies are parked one carton I II A Green: roan Henry Gilieon .. ____ 4.40 {curd .__-____......._--.. 5.511ll.lxmr Jil 6.110 54 H 00U o".""
centers like :New York. Consequently coat of the combined trnatmeot ta SSo. f- WJ Rppcnion:' do. ________________._-_ 81.70Leonard Hi>.,&. I. IDlil{ ____ __ h._ . ._ 211.25Il.lr.rt 211 klln.421 UG.1. I 411.47I 17t I .no I.n 2411 Vt
the East now "hopes" for a Just ask your druggist for HAYES'HKAUMG I I I'nw.h.r wltneaa ____u_______ 1.00 No.' ilft III 481 I I I mul.961 .'"
HONEY.To V A Drowning do .__________ _._-00___ 1 nollnnly Overdraft A 1111. 1. 1D2I 84112 2RI I 11.8 1 11)21.15( .81! fl85 4l7.f.
better business conditions. I Hwi-nt do ___________._...---__ 1 00IVrcy ) /Meet.IptM. iliirlhK month _____.. ..._u_ OH.OUWarranta 2/1 111 tl &1.21 116.211 4141.11. H mi 1 811.21 21m.IH
Yt't. in neither the West the Owteen d.. ___.____________.____ 1.00 l.nuod, .____________u_____ 10.nO VII NU: h6'd.Th I 955.10: : 401:III tanl.l4' 47.UI
nor Cure a Cold .n ()'iu Duy W J Kpn-nion: do ._.______.__._____ 1 OU! ) llnlanee' Hi-it.| 1 1. l 1021.__- 20.MS 241 110.'1 IR4.MO 1702 KHHNH 1
East is there prospect of a business TnMet.. ) 5iatopa Harvey Green do __n____________..-. 1.00 lil.lrtrt No. 2aItnlanci. Ill 201.M U 42 546,40 AI."I 60.00' 1604III 10.11 2 in 04
Take LAXATIVE IWOMO 1 Ol'ININE wcirk( ufl thi Simon Tr raI' o.n do ______... ____________ 100) AUK. 1. HUI __n.______.___. 2nd.44 11)1) IS Ills: 2)1) 411.011 HI) ) ,
mid
"boom. Too much has to be recovered ,; Ihntouith cud "Heaita' he t..u box..: 3Uc I'atit I'arnell do .........___ ____..... 100 durinK month __..____-_____ 8.DO I" 2M 14 I Ao 14 01 1811 2U..1 .
before improvement reach that ; Cold t W. GROVE' signature uu V llrnwn. Juror .. ._un._.._____ 100 Warrants. l..ui-d n.__._...____._____. 8.im 21 70,148 10.11" 12.11/ 5.85 1181 IA7.K
can | I II Aiinlln do _.__n_... U.Un___ 10" 11.1..".. HiM'l. I. IU2I) __. ______.._.___ gna.ll 81 66.1111 1111 I I Mil 42 9I
stage. There are too many financial h1'tl!MInMtmin(1:7CnA19fJtBOkbuBpDGxmnUW4rCOFFINS. : : !I': 1. Vtll.on do --__._____.__--___._-- 100 part No. tlllalnnce 81.111 n.11 .
burdens W W (;'0" do. -. .. _____ .__ __ ._-- 1 DOK Aux 1. im --________--_ 1H284Itici'ipl. 4)'U.4/l 71.51 1/Nrel.NY j nJ0 .I/I-jiA:2nll/ : I I 41.A"1 I :l.01l21: 7lf14I.- 4
still to be borne also. However & CASKETSAnd K: l.ee do __ __n_______._______._ 100 .. durinK month _._____.______ ftB.2HWarranta
when thirds look brighter the I) I. Rlleoi)) do ? __'__'__. ..u_.__ 100K lueued _.__'_ ______.._.__ 6.22Hxinnce RECAPITULATION 0 REPORT 01" SCHOOL BAND INTEREST
,
\ of A Green: cane Gum Walker .__. ____ HIM tk-pt. I I. loll _________nn__ 231.411Il.lnrt (
prospects are better and challenge all a Full Line t. W J Kniiemon:" do _un_._...____ 21.DOW No.' lallnlnnee AND SINKING I FUNDS BRADFORD COUNTY '
to Undertaken' Suppht ,1 r.ppi-rann ...ltn..... __- 1.00H Aux 1. 1U21 .___.n__...____ 101 "t
greater effort. tf1t A Green cane Nathan Hoyd __. . H ?a Keceipta. during month .-____.__..... 10412 JUNE; : 1 <))21cja
-- .11 W J Kppemiin: do ______ -____ IB.ZHK / Warrant Imued _____._n______-.___. 2.1Mllalunce :1
Al'TOMOBlLB: HEARSE ,1 Johna .on.' cane C A Roberta, .. R IH/ { SupU 1. 11121 ________... _____ 101) flu --- .-_. .- - .--
LET HIM: mUll) Pin" Tnwnnend wllneiia __n_ ____ 100i lll.lrirl Na. >.
i Always on hand. The bestr. ( M Itlrhnrd j p erne J I' Wllllama._ 2 Oil llalanre AUK. 1. 1021 _______n_______ 2HH.4H 1
vice at the lowest prices. Special It J John. Cfinut ...,.. do nn_..__ __ 14.00 11..11.|| dinltiK month _______.__._n
To a troubled mother who has asked hi-alt'y Keree witneia ..._u ____..__ 220 Warranta. L.ued _________...________ 2771 "
attention to telegraph or- ,,loe Hick, do .____.._.___. _______._ 2.20 llalance Sept. 1. 1921. _______.__,___ 261.77
the editor of the Kansas City Star. us. Registered Embalm1. n I V l-hllllp. Juror __Uu__._ _______ I.on) III.....t Na. 80llalanre i : : E .
what she should do to her 12- .1 I n Hull)) do .n__ _. 'n_ h_ -__. ._ .00 ion AUK. 1. 1021 ____.____._____ 176 noIteceipta eJ : a'
stop ---- rh... Mi>ek. do. __.._nn_.___._____ 1.Onf during month ___...__.._... /ft 14Warranta a i
year old son from reading "every W NplrMl do -__._.___ __._..._ . I"" {umund' _.__ .__u___..... ___ 202llalunce f ; t j
JONES
DeWTIT C. f A Savave do nn.n 1.00 Ki'pt. 1. 11121. ___uu 17N.44 t 1 .
thing he can ]lay his hands on, he W H Htewart do ___._______.__. .. .___ I.On Dl.ttlrt two." l1 1 r .. 1 '
wisely] answers in effect "Do noth STARKE, FLA. n M Itlrhard' j p cane Joe Nlehnla ____ 1.4* llalnnre AUK. 1. 1021 __________..____ eft) 42 I : J !
t H J .John ...n., dfi _____u_______._ II.K2G Receipt durlriK month _______.__ ____ 120410 I s I '
ing." Also] in effect he tells this ; -LlfklHnax1tR6tmt4i11'k0IIt6! >mtOCRlaa (1ImII !M Richard J p ewe Gene Marnee I.7HR Warrant .loud -__ ._ ____._____.___ 281Ilalanc a I ter 1
-- .. __ fhpt. 1. 1V2I ._ ____.______ 211.72 ;
very anxious J John .n.1 do .,.___...__ 1H02 .n I. i
unnecessarily inquirer i I BII.I.8 PAIII IIY SCHOOL ROAR! rharle 1-lnkn.on witness _. ___-_u___ |.nil COI/NTYtt.'mber 1, 1521.8'I''i'FI j 1 =
that, instead of being alarmed by theboy's .rneral Fund R .1 1 John do ___-_n___. ._________ 100 HRAnFnnii, 3r $ ; f'g
I II II WlKKlna .Hlary aunt . .- - 1M 00 Ii: M Richard J p ca.t John Henry. .... 2 70 : OK ILOI liking/ for literature and the ) H H Wiggins Incidental. .u _n 1".J* H ,I Johna do 00'''_' _un_____.___ In nAt hiTi'by ci-rllfy that the foreKofnK al***. a I ;
catholicity of his she should L W Kickliter board ncrvlee _ -H__ IOilnm wltne. 104) mint ..r 'be 'RierlpU" and fM.liuniefnent ,il :. I l J7 r 1
taste rejoice A A H.UMI do Ben t; J John do --_:-:::::::::::::::: | nofl the fuiiila' nt Itradford County for the month j' t I 1 i

in both and be assured that neither J 0 llennlaon do _u .---. I80K A Fnperaon juror __n_________.__ IMO of Au"...&, 11121. la true and correct to the I i .
at home libraries.1 W 11.1'''. refund. 1",11... .- l.'"> A Walker do -----... 1 no ..... of my Aliowli'ilue and hellef" ] I J a j j jJ ] ".
nor in any Cl I W Sapp -".1.. Long Hrldge 2500 : W .7 A Johna do ::::::::::::.....---: 1.00 H. R WIOGIN8.Supi J 1 .

public or private likely to be accessible J 0 Uvnnlaan meld -.- II 'Itnernhrrv do _..._____.__.___.._. 100 .rlnlendcnt of I'ubll In.iruetlon 7.mil G1fl".J i ,] : ,
llrailTord Co )Hank lntere.1 .... -- - BOS.t{ J I. Chaneey do ____________....____ 1 OOllrlilien | I j I/I.Oii-1' :' J( (n4I.I11ir.1f'III. "" 72re.06 Ill .
1
to him, is there appreciable] danger Glover do ......___..._....... 1.00r FINANCIAL' STATEMENT OF COUNT 2 229,521!| 1..1. | I I liuti.zii|! 4"0.1101' | I .''''.0' tt/10" 2741 .
118.01"
828HubHehool .<> ; U.14818.IIII"1
M
that he will find anything; once Total P J .Inline Richard j p eauct Mike Klondea I .no/ FUNUHMonthly 2li| | I I I | I Ulo.41L| 880.00)) 111,01141.0116113/ 1)6x lt
lends con.t do .. .
.
comprehensible and harmful. Kmma: Powell teaehinit. 1 -. 70.00 I' Od: m wltne.I _:::::::::.-...-:: ft 100 znf flnarirlal .,.,..m.n. par r..r..r.oun.y l T I 2 .151;: .r2G.IH 4'11-.II".O'| Vf.MH (7I8.04| IU20.no 87..Irs."oO', (;I T.111& 11121.4 "

I I Tomlin.on-Malnee Drug Co book 2V -- II.10 Willie) H.-ndrlrka do ___.___-____.___ I 00 for the month of AuKuat 121.G.n.r.1 ,
this case at least however it _._ 7600 llomle. ( Defcle do FaadMalanee #
Vera Lana teaching 14 1 no ASSETS AND
may be in others confidence in edl.NG Bank of Slarke Int I -n .- 1.78 T II Varnea juror :::::::::::::::::::: I.On A". 1 I. loll __ ._.____ ._ft''107 84Mecelpu LIABILITIES
inert 28 ____ 6 00 fleve Mi-eke do ___ during month --------------115267
Hwd fun Co no
Hrooked 1
Lees Johnson do II .-. t.70Loca It P River do _::::::::::::::::::... 1:no Warrxntacued/ ._ ._. ____. .__ 7IH.28 .t l
Worm UOAJtbbllci j Johnnon teachlnic 8 BIS.00 J I. Mott do .. l no Balann' Kept. 1. 11121 _. u_ . ___flR88.U
to t
a (I" ,Pore Johniuin do 111 --.- 20.00J Fred I .lackaon do. ::::::::::::::::: 100' Pine and ...rl..lr. Pond School Fund .
AU children troubled with Wonna tin an unMltiiy W Mot-nan books, 15--. 4H.10 Joe Hrannen do _._______. -_:: 1:00: Balance Au... 1, 1921 ._h_ ._._.__...84110 III Genera )
color,which lodkatM poor blood. and M a <1 W Seep repair. 4 -.- 115.00Mm 0 M Richard j p caM Mk., Kinndes .. 2.07 ]Receipt' durinK month3111461 It.I.".. each In depositoryUncolleuled .. 1,521.12 :
role than U nor or 1 lea* atomach dunurtawm.GROVE'S K H Warren teaching- 10000 'H J Johns eon.t do __........__--.._ 8.88 Warrant laaued .nu___n.__..____ 47829Balance lasses, current year '_n __ 5,250.08
TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC liveD re...- I.yrila Croon do XI -. 500 Willie Hendrirka wltneaa ..._._._n__ 101 Sept. I, 1541.. __ _-/017.01.
lady fartwocrUurM weeks will enrich the blood. W H Ilrannen Incld 21 20.00 Homle Iekle do __ ....__..__________ l.Oft "'" rf FanWBalance t
hapovetbedlaeatk ,tad...M (enantl StretuK h. H H Willlami do 110 -.-__ 1.40 V I* Odom do ___....______._--._.___ |1.00 ., AUI. 1. 1921 _n.___-___.____ if Vt Special Tax DistrictsIlitlancc
t el* IM month ... .......
1 J Min.hew do .. .n
eoWgTonic Co the whole tynem. Nature will then 1) (' Jonea do 10 -__._.__ .__ >1.26.00I Tommle Ilifcle\ juror-- :::::::::::::::: 100|.00: Warrant burned. .._______............ ca.h 'In dipoalturyUncullecUd -. .. ___....... 7,19V.82 l
) C Jones do S
..Cblldwal1 he current ._ . .
_
to Ihrawoffardlapal th.worm..aedt- boob.42N D C Jones do 7 ._______________-I 1 14.20 lleWIlt McOlll do _.00_.--.__._______ 1.00 1.I.n.. Sept 1. 1021 _....____.___ 2687 t.,In diatrlct bend y perfect health. Pleaxat. to takes Tic per D C Jon, do 4 -.......- .60 K: 0 Hubert do ._______-__._______ l.nn aurrent _
Balance AUK. 1, 1921 ___ __ ___ 178 tacos year -.u
do 2.00 ,,1I..d Cone do ___ |1'01t s 7".1" ,
Richie Brown la -n.
''YtfalleP-*. ca 11'-a: Steve Willi.rn.on do 18--.- 20.00J I. M John do __n___________________ l .OH ''n' r'. durlnv month ... __..... __ +11 .
W WnOTunte ta.iie< _ .__ __ Total u - -- -- .---. ...._. "8.n9.8"
K Hcarboniuirh do IS 19.00K R William do -.-________._______ l.onO u n .
t5atoasvltaatysac. joeriiy by purifying and 'Y L Ita,.,. do XI' _________-____. 20.00 I I M Richard j p cane J Henry .u___ 1.811 Balanca l,&. 1, 1921 _._n_.____._ 615.5Pr.m..e
rirhlBj to ...... to.00Mlthe R J John. cent do ______ 160ft Fend Liabilities I
. the blood. You aooo f..l.I s 8lranita"Lit > Mae Meklnney teaching --- ------ -
/ can (ollin. do 1 . 2210 I 0 V fhllllp. witness. u__________.____ j LOO Balance AUK. 1, 1921 ________________ IZO.OO
lavldoratiu. Effect: Price Wa. Annie Willoure do 1 -.- 80.00 R J John ...n.l do .__..h.n______ j.on ltw.lpt. diirlnK month ___. ......_.. General School Fund
incld 11- 6.75 G i M K chard j ". e R D Slokea .. l W.r..,'* .lM.Ur>. . _
.1 C, T H "Roberta.r".. tearhimi 10-_._.--_ 12500 W J Kppenmn: : l.io. __.________.__.__::: 11': Balance Sept 1. 1921 ___ __________ 121)90 W.t.n" ouUtandlnir for current ..,. ._ ___ .. .._ ) t
4 llcdle' Croft do 10 . 2260 r !M Ilowllnawllnea.. n____.._ __ i.oo / . len.lon fend > ... aid... of tndehU'dneM created under, epeelal' levlalatlva ss. 41/uI
rore llyon teat-hint 4 .- 20.00 Butler Hendrlcka do _u_............ I.00 Balance AUK.. 1. 1541 __'__ ... aM| 5e lion refunding W..ant .-__ ..... _. _.__ 58: ,00.0') ) t
1886 Simmons do 6 .__-_ 60.00Total Martin Ixiadholta do ... ... I.OO Keeelpta. durinK month ___._.....___. 18(1.7(1 Money due or l.blll. ... ... on eonlracta completed or uneoI (
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W J Epperaon do .........._.._..?_. l noII ....... '"U' >let d.' no'' - ,-.-...._._.__.. --... 1,660 09

-______ _-__-__.. ___.__--___.-110487 Rneenherw juror ...-..-...-....._.. |1.0 Balance Sept. 1, 1(21 __ _.___. _____101.1
IT Townarnd --_--------....--..... Ion: September 1. 1921. Special Tax Funds ,
B'lTriTpATirBr'couNTf'COMMISSIONERSCcneial i : 1 P Domrlaaa do ... ... flra'l'f,rd C'otmty. UIHtdc Res
DAVISINSURANCE << Fand J W Vlnlnado _---::-:::.:::---:::- l J.oo:: 5'.'. of Florida. Warrant niitiitiinrllnirfinmta . Aa

Amanda Thoma.. _.___. ____ 16.'.,lft I L Varnea do . .___n_...____...... 1.00 I hereby or..t') that the fnreKolnir atatemenl ouUIttnilinir' .. __ .._ 84.t.t "
Nancy Conner. do .pauper.._____.......-.-.... I On H 1 Hewitt d<. . ._. _...___. .___._.. l.oa of th. and dl.b./ ." of the Vrr nU ouUtAndlnn bond fund No. 8 _?-.--_._ _..____._ ____- .87.IU.ll"

Martha RII,,,. do ______._____._.______ I tot fund of Bradford. Couniy for 'h month ofAupuM. -. j
,. L. Heiian d-. ...__._-____ ...____ *.60 Total .. .--. ..-.-- .---__ W3.a 7 1921. I. true and the beat Total .u..__ -------____ . _. .__. __ 3'.11'0 1

L xle Hunter d, ......___._._______.. 4 On --- - of my knowl.dl and I..rl
Kllubeth: Hunter do ......__.._______ 4.00Warren G. w. ALurnvMN.Clerk , V SCHOOL PKOI'EKTY
Henry do ...___.__.__.__..... '.Ot! UNANCI! \ L KTATFMKVT: COUNTT fCHOOLFI'NInf I"r1 ? ri-e.ul (V.iiBradford AI.U .

I.... Clark do .___._.____._____...___. 6.00Hannah TonnlrBy
Harris do .....______...___ > *<> rollt.ty auiH-rlntendrnfa. ,....._-all .tatxnent, C. A. KVIOHTDeootjr'
Martha Wllklntnn do ............... t 'HOW .r rnuror'loul 1 fund' for thnon Clark "..h.,1 hotuea anil iota -....-...-.________..._________._ .. lofl.noo.0(1( t't'General
N Newman do -...-.___-.-.----.- 6 <". 4011056 11121. Mrhonl furniture ..-..-.... .--. ---. ...-.---... . ..._ _.o. _. __ fl.llilli.ml
Martha Gatlin do ..._.??...__.___. I.00H enerat frtinnt Faadnalanee NOTICE FOR FUBIICATIOX School apparattia ---. .. ........................... ......_ ..,. 0110,00 I
aile. Wynn do> -..__.___.....__ 4 On All* 1. 1921 -.-1414 ..- V. K. land Olllce at Gaineavllle Fla.. AUK Otlier ..hel ."|*.' .-. .-,.............?...??.,. _.-__.-_..._ 1,000.00
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STARKE J r cox do n. _.1" durlntr month' .. ___ ...11614 IK U. If.'lNotice. ._.
I J fi William. do -.________.__ _..;..... I.OO Warrant leotard . ._ ._ .114118 la hereby given that Jima Austin Tots. . _. .._ ._.._ _ _. .. .... .. __ 141,0011 on







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Recitation by Willie\ Mae Johnson. '' \vaj-mth and richness actually suggested Chamlee was in the great American to IMSIM. In accordance witS .....
Bradford CiJiiuiy: Telegraph! ( 'ing.J. Said certificate, respectively. embrace. 4A
[ lJul.t-'Mildred Roberts and Henri E. Maines Jr., left last week for the super tenor of the great Enrico Army during the recent World con- following land in Bradford county, t;"*,, /

""". etta Padgett. Gainesville where he will enter the Today the most cordial good wishen flict and served with it in the French certificate aH4wed at In the the date narnt of th.renpertively*iu.nce of bet*,i ,H

Fublishrd) ", weekly and entered as [ H'ading-OlR'a Priester University.J. (If' all\ lovers of opera must go both I i, campaigns. Both live in millions of after particularly set forth tewltiOrtilirate
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No. 20 embrace Uoulhwnt
second class matter, at the post Piano solo-Miss Fryer. 'v. Comas, of Ojus, returned to to Mr. Gattl-CaR&cza and his 'young homes on phonographic records. It tar of Nortbeaat! Quarter 5. North half Qvir.r

'$ office at Starke, Florida. I Those present enjoyed the discussion his home last week, after a visit with Caruso.' I| At trica coming into its own in pro- 120 Southtant cere*. Quarter_4 bee.W. IL 29, Nettle Tp. .5.*.B. K. 18 L

=- . given by Prof. Sidney Pudpett, Ms daughter Mrs. II. F. Priester. Mario Chamlee was born in Los Anjrcled j d l ding the ,greatest musical talent? Certificate No. ei cmnrce Bt'jttV.i-t ?. .P.t .
; Editor and Owner C. C. Garris, Mrs. I' M. Padgett and ..r of Southeast Quarter. See EA. Tp. ft, 8.
E. S. MATTHEW I
Mrs. Mir.elle\ Knight moved from Cal., of an Italian father and K 18 E., 40 acre. assessed. J. J. Brannen
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Mrs. A. C. Strickland the subject beIng h.r home in East Butler to the cottage American mother. His education was Hughes, Lodge, Root and Under Certiflrate. No.. 26 embrace. Northini*' IJ. ...
ter ft Northewt Quarter Sec. 26. Tp. S.
LAKE JJU1LEK School Problems. formerly owned by C. N. Jones. I made in Los Angeles with a local ,, wood will be America's official dele It.11 1 K., 40 acre. .......... J. J. llrannrn L

4 t' I Delicious cream and wafers were'; O. K. Armstrong, of Jacksonville I traveling; opera company, with which gates at the disarmament meet. They of Certificate land" old No to 62 E. embrace.Kite. and-corn run *N t NR ice t.ft t

t Lake liutlcr Srj>t. 23.-Ellsworth served, after which the !guests assembled upit last Thursday evening with : he continued for the balance of the i! will be well armed for the fray. W I OB ft.. thence 8 alonn line 105 feet i
at the bowl. The 106 feet to beir.. Sec. IB, Tp. 6, 8. R. Zl E.,
punch occasion -
Pearl friends in Lake Butler. Enthused with the
i C: Harper of Sanford and Miss I 1 I season. sInging aaaeued C. C Sapp.

Prescott of this city, were married at was enjoyed by all. Miss Delta Armstrong left Friday profession and desiring to fret ahead j Why nay that the heart of a maid dec Certificate of Southeast No. 72 Quarter embrace of Northeatit Northeaat. Quarter Qur.

the home of the bride's parent on The Woman's Club extends a hear-- j'niornlng for Mayo, where she has accepted .I in his chosen field but lacking fund! j I is past understanding when all\ the It South Half of North Half of Souttmot

: Sixth atrcet Thursday. August 25th. ty welcome to the teachers and pledge I' work in the nchool. I Chamlee sang for many weeks in I world knows that it has never been of Quarter Northeaat of. Northweat Quarter of Quarter Southeast A South Quarter Half*.

., The ceremony was performed by the their work. co-operation to them In their I'I Col. A. Z. Adklns of Starke, was vaudeville in cities from the Mississippi understood T Quarter west Half ft North of Southeast Half of Quarter South.Half of bouthe of South.. ..t

bride' uncle, Rev M. C. Prencott. I I I here last week on business. river west to the Pacific coast. watt Quarter. of SW 1-4 Wlfc of SE!: Quarter .
Mila Prescott IB an attractive and I Let us bear in mind that the first I of Southwest. Quarter, ft South Half of
This enabled him to Cast
\ Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Wainwright. of come Northt-ut Quarter of Southeast Quarter
The man who fails in his first attempt or
'ii' d accompliiihcd daughter of Mr. and meeting\ October will be the election -,I Midway, moved to the home of Mi- continued study but when these sav-1 should take heart. He is bet. Southweat Quarter See._12 Tp. S. S. H. 22 E..
I I D6 acre. swwdCertificate Uok
L1i Mrll. U. G. Prescott. She was a tE'achI of officers of the club, and each I exhausted he
again
L I zelle Knight.Mr. ingwere ter equipped to avoid the pitfalls\ of No. 112 embrace Lot 1 of Hilt
4II er of the highest type, having taught!! member is requested to be present.. and Mrs. O. L. Mizelle, of cepted an engagement for fourteen the next. ID. J. .W.Sec Patton'. 28. 112. aurver all". Tp.of 6. 8.WorthinitUinBprlnua. R. 1* E,
iiti school for some year in Nash county I Ben Duke, of Five Mile was a bus. Worthington! have moved to town and I weeks in New York's mont popular aweiacd, Unknown.Certlfit.t .
where her efficient services were much : Incas visitor to Lake Butler .Monday. house. playhouse The Rialto Then No. 204 embrace. all ex North.eiu.t '.
located in the Whitworth came
are
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DEED Northeast s. .
I NOTICE OF APPU'ATION FOR TAX Quarter of Quarter IS. Tj>.
J appreciated.Mr. I Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile -- the opportunity for a tour with another UNDER SECTION; 175 OF THEGfcNEKAL. 7, S. K. S2 E.. 600 acre*. aaaeaeed Unknown.Unlea .
Saturday the guest of her sister -! STATUTES *.,id cenlnct4ai hall b* redeemed
Harper I Is a prominent businessman spent i THE !MANTLE OF CARUSO opera company, followed by a Hereby, notice li given that T. J. Alderman according to law tax deed will .Issue thereon
.,. : b of Sanford. He nerved his country Miss Marshall Proctor. trans-continental tour with Antonio purchaser of tax .*le eeltlncatet numberedrmpectively ;, on the 17th day of October. A. D. im.
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20 2i. 28. 62. 72. Hi and 204. Witness my official aiirnature and el this
well in France during the World Math Dukes and Marvin Dckle, of I II. It About to Pall on the Shoulder S(' ttl'a Opera Company, and finallyon Inued by th. tax collector of Bradford county. thu 14th d>y. of September. A. D. 1821.O. .
of; Five Mile, were in town Saturday. : of An American? Florida old certificate ben, dated July W. ALDEKMAN.
Mr. reared In Lake I the stage of the Metropolitan ... ..
: war. Harper was 7lh 1V1>. haa filed, said certificate In my (Seal. ) Cirrtc" Circuit ,. .
Butler and has proven himself a man Nelson Dvkle spent Saturday and Opera House where he has achieved office and has made application for tax deed K-I6-61-10-J4.; Bradford County. Florida.

of sterling worth. Sunday at Five Mile with relatives. Speculation is already rife in the his most notable successes in the roles
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left ImmedIately Rev. G. W. S. Ware of Worthington \-'; newspaper and musical circles of this of Cavaradossl in "Tosca" the Duke -
Mrs.
Mr. and
Harper filled the pulpit at the Baptist country as to whose shoulders the in. "Kigoletto" parts which first established -
: after the for Florida.'wtierc
ceremony church Sunday morning and evening. "mantle" of-the famous Enrico Cam- the late Enrico Caruso in GENERAL INSURANCEF4AROLDC.WALL
will make their home.
5'5'p, The they Despatch extend its Bro. Ware will supply the congregation -i so shall rest upon. The New York the hearts. 'pf the New York public.
Aydrcn indefinitely, or until a pastor has Evening Globe of August 2nd mentions -
: best wishes for a happy voyage on the been .secured.,. .There will be preaching three: Lucian Muratore, the Mario Chamiee Is now thirtythreeyears
matrimonial sea of life.\ of age. In comparing the early
I every third Sunday.' French tenor; Benjamin Gig-li, the
careers of the two singers they seemt STARKE FLORIDAFiRE
The out of town pupils attending Ardell Drawdy of Five Mile, wa! a Italian, with Mario Chamlee of the ,
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Lave the
Lake Butler high school are Misses business visitor to Lake Butler Sat' Metropolitan as perhaps the most undergone same experiences LIFE AUTOMOBILE
even in the military training, for BONDS
Lota. Alberta and Raleigh Bielling\ urday.J. likely one.'Vhen .
Annie Howard, Clarke and Malcolm W. Townsend and Arch Johns Chamlee made his debut at while Caruso joined the Italian Army

; ,, Long, Ruby Phillips, Norma Dekle, have purchased new automobiles.Mrs. the Metropolitan Opera House on'
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Ruby Proctor Mae Duke, Pearl Roberta T. P. McQill and daughter November 21st last several of the

. ',. Pearl Crawford, Thelma Parker Gladys, returned to their home in New York critics commented on the I :::11I

Wilbur Brown, Wilma Andrews. Eu- Jacksonville Monday morning after-: a similarity in the quality of the two

I) f rie Brown. visit with Mr. and Mrs. McGill. voices. Mr. Max Smith in the New

Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular Mr. and Mrs. Holland Odom left on York American said: "His voice is a I

4c appointment at New River Sunday. Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. tenor of essential lyric caliber yet
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4' T. H. Rimes of l>Miller motored to Oscar Kelly of Bartow. peculiarly warm and mellow in the .

: +j town Monday. Messrs. Tommie and Math Dukes, middle register reminding! one in a "The GreatARCHER

4 Lake Butler High School opened on of Five Mile were in town Tuesday small way of Caruso." Mr. Pitts San- I

) It' Monday morning at 9 o'clock with a morning. born In the Evening Globe writes at

))1. tl good attendance. The faculty of the Paul Colson of Pine Hill, was 'a greater length on the subject and i ;

j school is not yet complete but we are business visitor here Monday. says: '1 Every once in a while we hear I I

.4Q' looking forward to a complete faculty Jim Mott, of Worthington was in that a 'young Caruso has reached CHAMLEEThe

in the near future. Prof. Sidney Pad- town Tuehday. town. He sings. Sometimes he never -

gett and Mrs. G. W. Coleman have T. J. Townsend happened to a pain. sings again-here. Sometimes he i

kindly consented to supply. Superintendent ful accident Monday morning as he remains as a more or less useful :

.- Mizell made an address in was driving a truck to Salt Springs. member of an opera company. Always World's Greatest! Living Tenor

I addition to the talk given by Prof. He was thrown from the truck and there has been room for the
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i Garris. Prayers were offered by Rev.G. badly shaken up. He was brought to next one of the brand. Perhaps the !, exclusively. .

W. S. Ware and Rev. Jrl). Major. his home for medical aid. I real 'young Caruso' Is Mario Cham-

The faculty so far secured is as fol. A. E.: Proctor spent Thursday j II..e, who made his local debut in the I .

lows: Sapp. I season's first Metropolitan "Tosca"

Prof. C. C. Garris, principal. Hugh! Register left last week for last evening. Mr. Chamlee,revealed a I .. .. ,. II .t .

Mrs.: Wm. Johnson, eight grade. Gainesville where he will enter the voice which in its purity of timbre, I '

Miss Kathryn Dekle, seventh grade University, taking! up civil engineer combined with a well recognized I I I .

SIl._ :.r Mrs. G. W. Coleman, sixth grade. I II I I
Ic Miss Shaw fourth and fifth grades.

: Miss Mabrl Brown, third grade. Come in today ana hear these records. I II

Miss Williams, first and second

*, ; :. grades. Getting Your Fruit To Market I I II
0 !Miss Fryer and mother arrived In I .

: town Saturday t'v'ning.fills! Fryer I I "
I 10000-"I'or You Alone.
J, : has charge of the music department
,., TO EYE FLORIDi'S 1920-21{ I 10001 "Absent"
Glenn-Metcalf
a3 of the high school. '- \ &i ( ). ,

i: Mrs. Jean Croft in visiting friend! # CROP LORE REQUIRED- 10002-"A Perfect Ha)'" (Carrie-Jacobs-lIonds).

In Guilford this work after a stay .i. ,'. 10003: -"Eleffie" (Massenet ).

with her daughter, Mrs.[ J. C. Crews. 600 Million Pounds of Ice. I lOOOo; -vesti-la-jfiubba from l'a gliacci ( Leoncavallo). .
: A daughter was born to !Mr and) I.
,, '. Mrs. Honnlson Sunday morning. \ \ Costing $1,700,000 10006-"Who Knows" (Dunbar-Itall).

I 10008-"Siciliana from Cavalier Husticana" (Mascagnl).
The many friends of Grandma Hewitt in 25,713 Refrigerator
t are pleased to learn that she has \ 10011"Questa-oquella from Kiffoletto" (Verdi) in Italian.

1. recovered from her illness.R Carloads 10016-"M'appari"! ( Flotow) in Italian.

J i: v. S. S. Proctor spent Monday In
Jacksonville. 10018-"Your Eyes Have Told Me" (O'Hara). '

.... .. 10020 "Kecondita Armonia from Tosca" Puccini
S. M. Carvl'r'ls much improved after .... .- ( ).

a severe illness of a several days E'c'S' 10021-"E lucevan-Ie-steele, from Tosca" (Puccini) in. Italian. .

.4 at his home InVest Butler and we 1002G-"Thank God For a Garden" (Del Riego).

s, hope to see him able to be out again 10030-"Santa Lucia." .

V soon. 4mfr 10010-"Dreams of Long A?,," (Carroll-Caruso).
Kaiford Carver Is ,
vlsltlnj.his\ father "
10033-ttLo'e is Mine.
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- ., S. M. Carver, this week. 'Y'I
t \Mrs. Richard Reaves was the guest

It of her father, S. M. Carver Sunday.

: l \Mrs. Tom Edward and daughter,

(' d t, Miss Strickland Ruby,Friday.were guests\ of \Mrs. A. C, I


4 I\UIIII.Johnnic Rimed of Miller was

a guest Sunday of Miss Mildred Rob- I

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erts.Clifton I, ____
'\IcMz Roberts and Wilbur Brown, / & I
2' :": CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANYSTARKE
4 of Worthington! motored to Lake.

I Butler Sunday afternoon.

I Miss Ruby Lee Phillips .of Elko, took over half a I billion pounds FLORIDA
I IT ., million' aida ,
of Ire coBllnB nv r a
't, Ga., .visiting her aunt,, Mrs. I D. W. haIr dollar' to fool 15.TII f e-
Borum.D. frlirerator ,tarlood l>y one Iran'

D. ,\V. forum spent Sunday In Val- of portatton movlnir nt.ncy lh.'rIMhabl.In tho.. huie fruit tank ai)4') .

.dOllta.. vea-etable. uf KlorlUn alone. In thu
1 SO-31: : Hvanoii. to the. c"n"wmiiti,
4 Mrv and Mrs. Marion Dowling and
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murk eta "f the North and I 12 .- Mrs. Shep Michael, of Lake City, Huge. new too ...,a.,,'raurlnlf plutil
spent Sunday at Five Mile with Mrs li.v. recently l.t...n liullt$ ai Jnchmtn- -
vII Ie. Miami llulue, City and !...Ke- from Iholr farnm nn T ', 'ri'mttatlnn. to,
B. U> Dub land riorklu. In order. to In.uro. .a the tOL.L.s uf. cuiiauui.u.. in :00.nw
Mr. and \Mrs.Pick Hewitt recently ullitleut and regular nupply of Ir. Y.rk. Cblt-nu' ". and other treat and
for th. .a.a. maiiict .
dmiant "
Come Central Florida's
Bold their, home on Dekle street to Thl I* I In addition t* the movement ft.i .lit.ii of 11,,,rr <'1'1)111.' ) .,.t. that to Busiest StoreIf
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williams. of 10,000 rare of Oeorislapoach the 'pnMIc'' la' K* ril1 I' ,It-' ufo niatlon
of of wliui" It aiitiiilly moan.. to take.
thousand ran
Mr.nd Mrs. A. C. Strickland sold and other .
of small. fruit and vegetable. In an oian: .., a )li-tud, of cabbage or your local merchant doe. not carry your want com here. Many women in your community hop
their home on Dekle street to Mr. and Iced rar. from the 'farollnaaand "-'''''''', a hunt h of celery a rape
'7 Mrs. Dick: Hewitt Monday Vlrclnla.' wh.re 'large mudcrn Icing Iruit or u boX .>f .tr..b..rrl" from h.r.. Our aim *ia to *t sill times render food service, maintain a high quality of good and sell at smallest.
plant. have been conmruoted. tlie worm,.*>uth.Tn ollniat to. tb* price poaaible. Oar stack are equal in be of any tore in the date with the exception of on. city
d Mr -and Mrs. A. C. Strickland will Thee ttirure. will be Btartltne. ; to li.lllii of the Noithvrn; ounicuiiKT In
move*to their new home near Lake the thouaand uf fruit and vur't&bIe a* fresh tend edklile, condition, asIhoi'h
In hi,. own liauk, yard.Th .
or the South u-i.ijyn:,
irruKttr a" >o
), street in about two weeks. nave not be>en In form d a* to i.e* y want that Information to I b. .-.
actual\ of ... gathered. >>v an oricial body *A that
workings" tin
A. 1". Carter, of Johnstown was In Krvat 'W
adjunct to the Ir'U'tt'"II'' I 'ton I Industry the ainrr who rmt anil liip. >. till I -
,4 Lake Butler Monday looking: after that In fi.xt 'inert'ua.ni.. tho. clop and the man In New York. ha. 'Qu rifi .
ealth of the lII"m iturn Siati! but'. the fruit atd out of ........,. 11ir - #
business. . .
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.1.1>1. onetonkud upon a* lux SerJice '
1' Pleaxant Afternoon at Woman' Club A mn*. nf i.,.ft'c.$' ...<-. .,Informationand 111.1.... may know whether they aretinying c/
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frafrmentury n.n H 1"1\"; reeently I fair .
rharire for refrltrera.tlon
The Woman's Club entertained Informally .
Butimltlitl to th. ,./> ,1 I if.Comi'nerie GAINESVILLE I ,FLORIDA
enroute to market and whether"
Monday afternoon at the I i'rmimiH-1,1' ,n, \\ .in h,.. 'the trannnortatlon. oompanle can
ton I In connection I ii 't' *',. . .
club rooms, from five to six, in honor tlon r>f in*" Klorha TTu.ii(: ..i'.'! t.'" tJ H i- five itrowntl: ,proper t>r the erviC.J*.d.4>.n mVmmli the hatce: nl<.n. .0...., It' .
of the teachers' of' the Lake Butler m".lo".r. 'for ,i r. illusion In r< The. voluni of .
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C frlirrraflon t-ta'n',I'H. .. ',iu ,;, I"" .. ,,. tic HIM. I'of hlpmentt Florida1$ $' alnn undcrrerIeratin . : : All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail Orders
High School Each guest was elll'orted .. .future the rlTnrt ill ,(,,. rr-."|. bv ,lat )'"..... wa* tw'Ire that of two ,. ., ,,'
to the punch bowl\ where Mrs. H.F. the. tTahiuI.tlIi" vt.u.*', .**.M co yfbra aim and fix tlmea iofrrlno '
throw the snot U-.IU r..* <." "ioni, ->fur 51.0': indlntina. : the\Imiwrtalii" t
Priester presided in, her'A'ra eful operation itnil .aM -4... .. -
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BRADFORD TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE PUT j

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trude Scott went to Barberville, OPENING OP Itlt.lDFOKI 1IIC11SCHOOL . 4' 4 4' 4' 4 + 4' 4 Y' i7Et't; FilGd'3Gtlaltu'0

t where she will teach this term. > > 1vf fj
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Bits of Local {& *** linotype Owing"going to metal I'ad.;pot several on our are,. '' A BERRY SURPLUS J* ..:

I Mr. and Mrs. ,V. A. Colley and The Bradford High School openedMonday. 'i' tides forced _
were out on account -
daughter Miss Lois, of Bnrtow are Sept. lHh! under unusually S 8
& of lack of time in which to turn q P> By ACOIS GRAVES
If -Sburke.. Miss Lois will enter school pleasant auspices Chairman IVXVittC. .

Information here and Mrs. Colley will\ remain here Jones having put over a drive for ** them into type. They will bo *. >vt n t+.'tk'LJteJOJ4J4.0.1x i i t

!! for some time but Mr. Colley, who is enough money to continue the school *, published< later. <(i;, lilt. l>y "..-'It' ,. N.wapaN.r.yndical..) (?
I This being the thirteenth t-
T :( tium w
1.IA..Ja assistant road must soon re- through the eighth month; and thecommittee '\nti do blue
/' master. heal the buhd picking
r'wLeee *
Aa Me c:.... .04 T_ ber (>f volume forty-four something <*" a
from the Woman' Club
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'urn to his work again. .
: "bound to 1)113's
I Mr. E. K. Canova and Mrn. J. 11. was happen.. t

.- -- .- -- I Bitch with a number of helper having 4' 1'i qiiarlH, K not more In tli..M9 pallstliey -
l.ttre81( a fine community sing I . . ..4 m4rd A4'. + Ai .
A daughter was born to Mr. and I ly receiving her stock of fall and winter last Sunday afternoon at the pal';(. put the building in the best, of or look as big an the vwanip .berries,
Green i tlioufli ; It must lie liindjr plcklnit[ I
Mrs. Adam Sunday. millinery There was a solo by Dr. Bulling, Mrs. der.The I xliall lime all in}' jam tilled with bluabrrrlcH 44'

M. L, Smith as violinist and S. E. first day there were 270 pupil THUUSDAY and FRIDAY | If Jon keep on, and hate to I uyinore 1
Miss Iris Epperson was in Jacksonville I Mrs. T. J. Alderman Miss Doris I Tiitch with his clarinet added greatlyto in attendance and before October the --iitiil they urn awfully dear this I

last week visiting relatives. Scott and Charlie Powell motored to to the music of the afternoon. Cometo enrollment will reach the 300 mark. SEPTEMBER 22 and 2:1: )en r" i?

Lake Butler Monday afternoon to visIt the park next Sunday afternoon at The opening exercise took place in MARY PICKFOltl in i 1'1" t liy'n lu-iut uua thuiiiplnf lI.e

F. A. Scott made a business trip i i relatives and friends. I four o'clock and enjoy the ing. the spacious auditorium and the profr- "DADUY LONG LE( S" I, the big drum In llin. hind niKtluit. at 1

to Jacksonville Wednesday. ram wa as follow: ,'. II I| Unit. She bud l liirnerl! her back 1011 '.le!

Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Weeks and 7-Kt-ol Production Front Ilrr' tier itnifUKloii iiiul gas HeurcbliiK I the', ; '.
I Song "Onward Christian Soldiers'By :
Rtib-My-Tim cure sores.B. children of Brookcr are at Kingsley -.nv tiilioua Fever. '1.\ Own Studios! I lainiry for PIIIIM for plcklnic titer I Hi*
I the school. lieiTlen.Mien. she! returned her tin It- 4 ,
lake Col. W. T. Weeks.
occupying cot ,
M. Inman returned home from tage. ( Charles Ensey, Jr., of Annapolis Scripture Il'IIlIon-Rcv. M. L. Smithof Two Days Time, 8:15.: er coiiiliiucil :

Virginia Sunday. who has Just returned from a summer the Methodist! church. Admission, 20c() nnd 3;'('. "I beiirU todnj-June IUitteit\eld. 1 I Id i ;

I Mr. and Mrs. John D. Alderman ofJacksonville cruise visiting many foreign places Prayer-Hev.' David Lander of thePresbyterian me -Unit Jim lluniforlli l I. h..IU.hl: e
GAIETY THEATRE STARKE uuiil lie In In tie Inouriiiice lninliii-s In
of interest has been the of church
guest! I
J, J. Truby is in Emlcnton, Pa., spent Friday and Saturday lI"slllll--1I1 1 MllperlllK-lllllMll, Of ... Of-
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visiting relatives. ;! as guests of Mr. and Mrs B. his uncle, Archibald Johns and ]Mr.\ Song, "Work for the Night i Is Com- I I Hcc of Ilie I'ljiiumlli ItiH'k comi'iitiy.'
and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. He left on injr"-It.v the School I
W Alderman.
I Slit pall lie In tI,11I1 l { lino, and 1 \\ II..In..1 .
afternoon for Jacksonville. Ad.Irt'RI-H. Colds Cause Urlp uua i.iliucnt:
Mrs. I. B. Bass has returned from Sunday D.'IA'ltilis., county ( up to kill nlien lie tirrUetl. I ,

Live Oak where she visited her mother { R. S. Humphrey recently] purchased superintendent! of public instruction LAXATIVE. There lUtOMO Is only CtHNINE;: one TidlrCi"H-w ronwve Qulnlr. ilcaiiM. ,... upiiime bo halos rurmluK[ utirre I'' .in

!Mrs. N. C. Dickert. ji j the old Jones place] on West Madison Professor of philosophy, R. II. S., Address--L. W. Klckliter chairman E. W. GROVE'S (lenntKr* on tips au... *,','r."

Street and has had the building repaired -, to etuJentAt what place on. the county school board. "" '"Hi.v lisle no reply' to tier in, 't Ii- w

Mrs. G. C. Sweat his as a guest and painted. earth would you have to be if, when'' Instrumental solo! -Miss Rosa Levi. era ic'inark and chuiiKeil the Hill tot, slid i

this week her brother Frank Davis you saw a bear In the east, you would: ton. by UeiiiunilliiK route fruit Jars 'nil'
and she had been'' sweetlieBrlH' but tier
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of Lake City.F. Miss Zoic Bailey and Miss Evelyn have to point your gun to th.l'north Address-Prof. B. B. Lane. father bad sent Jim Hwny liermixe" i irefusril e i
Demoree, teachers in the B. II. S. in order to shoot him Student-Any I '' rENT-A-wORD
j A* principal of the school ytarko to stay ails Ms fnl her on I I.e +
H. Long and family returned are boarding at the home of Dr. and old place, as long as I was south of ia very fortunate in securing! the service farm, limlNtltiK on going{ to the! city 'to u

home last week after spending six Mrs. W. E. Middleton. the feast barrel. of Prof. !I. B. Lane, who I III one work.

weeks at Kingsley lake. of the most untiring workers In the It 1I0rui hY'8 mother had followed I er

I' Jack Wainwright of Gainesville, Mrs. L. C. Canova of Long Branch interest of public education in Flor on her. blueberry trlpx', olio would linvwdlncovere

,, and Wilk who has been quite ill but is now l the CIIIIHIof +'
Miss Kate Struth left Wednesday Wainwright of Tampa have very ida. Last year he was president of FOR SALEBratitl new player < the full pmlH
been much improved is at the home of Mrs.J. pianoat that reiitlied the kitchen each It
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for a visit with relatives and friendsin visiting their mother, Mrs. E. J. the Florida Educational Association
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Plant City and Tampa. Wainwright M. Alrarez.I ; Mr. Henry D. Mort. a bargaini Mrs. Fred Bock' was old Kei \I h<> \\n. Hie liiHtltriiior,
and wa for five yean a member of Stnrke. 11-2:1.H':
I who has been critically ill but is now of the whole tlilnii.' lln was with .Mi, I
the executive committee of that body. II"'rI 100 tllielierrleH .
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was pli-klnu hi
Miss Ethel Griffin returned home Miss Ida Warren has been spendI recovering is also being nursed byAlvarez I
He i ill a "rM'ptomfsf and a'moat efficient ' FOR SALE Chickens and incubator the edge of the Hwiinip wlilcb lotlrde.,1.
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Sunday from a visit with relatives in I' lag the past few weeks in JacksonI Mrs. ] at her home. t1)tiroihy's
educator.Mr. also household furniture falher's blnelirrryThat 1'11111111'
at a bur 1'
Jacksonville. I l I ville with Mrs. J. H. Fulcher and Mrs. I he theie. alt 11
lI II Lane was one of the Initial gain. Mrs Beck, Starke. It* win preniedllnieJIlltrnllnliK j
I I I C. S. Warren.Miss I Rub-Mjr-Tim for rheumatism. promoters of the bill which became of ninllnir Itorolhv was the

Mrs. S. T. Dell and (children of rextilt! of alinoHt a }.fiir' einlen\or' anilliopi ,
act providing for the sate of bond,.: t
Gainesville have been visiting her Aileen Alvarez spent the past I On account or sctiool opening Monday ANTfU-8et'onl.halid cane mill, *. I

father Col. W. T. Weeks. seek in Jacksonville with Mrs C. G. there was a general exodus last for the purpose of building new school two horse power. Write Box 72, Hut old hex rtlHi-uveri'c) tier first. Ill. *
bouses. The first
of those commodious
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I BuccI, returning home Monday after week from the'Kingsley lake cottages.. Johnstown, Fin. 0-23-31 noHfi was- liiirper; than Ida master'. '

John Powell and W. A. Scott motored noon. Those returning to their homes were modern buildings Will erected in ryes for didn't h<' love Durolhy" looT a'Muht
Starke. It was Mr Lane who amended FOR SALE Charleston ]
Wakcfleld
I Mho IIIII'IIII"J Hie iieiiriies tifJim. 11
to Lake Butler Monday evening R. A. Weeks and family, of Brooker.T.
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I the compulsory attendance bill and cabbage G. C. .
to visit friends. I Mrs. Bessie McGruder and son, !, N. Limbaugh and family] F. 11.I plants Cady Starke
worked with so' much enthusiasm In 02tf. With ,
queNtliiiiltir| eje they mrch ._ I I Mozclle of Hampton have moved to Tong and family, F. A. Scott and fantil I
I petting the of tho ten mill Y rash other'. faces ,
Mrs. Frank Chase of JackRonvllIe'lcame Starke to remain during the school >. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. passage id
I school tax bill. Right year ago he FOR SALE-Fine Klondyko straw- I The )" 'llr'* apnco of ntiHence wa*
Monday to visit her mother-In. term
t I, I I taught' three successful terms here berry plants. August Stern StnrkvFla. spooled by a few seeoliilN. At hint,
law, Mrs. D. C. Chase;, Sr. Mrn. J. L. Warren has had as guest
I and 1* now glad to again he 0-10-21 I after' the Hooded jiret'llnjj( NiiliNhled. Jim
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Mrs. L. M. deSha has returned to I r..r'ntlyfiss]\ Lottie Warren, of High Starke friends I\II"I Dorothy Into thn a",iiini..ttlier| tj

Mrs. N. B. Hull left Thursday for I her home in Jacksonville after a visit Springs; Mrs. F.. F. Pearre, of Wall- Mr.many Lane hag i WANTEII-Eggs: hens chll'keha-j the berries wi'le. bigger( ( and hulls In
of efficient
Hemp!' I'I assistant whose Shipped us
will visit her mother, Mrs. Kosel. I i I Struth. Mr*!. S. I'. Pert of Madison; and names ore as Khnih of youiiK pities. The. hlnelierry ,
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lows f..I-1' State Marketing Bureau price.
1\frR. T. J.
: Alderman
,', Mrs J. W. Meehan\ and children, of I I I"'HI"I're'. so high .1 Isis had to jump '

Mrs. C. W. Liddon went to Jacksonville i i Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson are i i Monroe\ I*. Mrs. Meehan left Tues Jeannette Matthews Miss Zoie bailey Payment forwarded by return mall 'I to catch hold of llio tower Ilinlm. lie 'J

Monday to spend sometime with |' veiling, relatives! in St. Petersburg, I' day for her home in Louisiana and Miss Eva Powell; Mr. C. TL. al'l',1| Jh.ff'rl'nrJun? Bradstreet, National : hail. to hold. them don II1 hue 'they bnlli 1\
'' I Products Co., 134 West Bay ruplilly all ihif I hrrrlcH, Stilling
Mrs. Bessie McC>rudor, Miss Marguerite ] scooped quickly >
Clearwater
her daughter Mrs. G. W. Mozo. : Beach and other south | was accompanied as far as
Shriver Miss Evelyn: Domoreearid St., Jacksonville Fla. 0-2-41 i I he pulls |
I Florida points. ville by her sister, Miss Ida -kllon'l I
Mrs. C. P. Cason has gone to Philadelphia I{ I: Miss Olive Hay.Thoie I It liorolhy bud KOIIO( lioino at once, t
I ATTI'N'110N.: V1':17ItANMThe : I I| her mother would hate" hero" morn in>s>
to visit her daughter Mrs. ;i Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin hail as i C. P. Pace, Washington, 11. ('., --- --- --- tilled Ihiin Mho \111M worn" lier slit sigh Icr
J. recent guests Mrs A. G. ]) and is having his buildings Call Is something good In the I
It. Gurris. ynl on
I I did unl\o., Hut llin "UIII''.' mil down
of members of J, J. I'irkixon 1',81. I !
Rtrp.t'l worst us and ftomcthing bnd in the
daughter Corn Mr. nnd Mm. W. J. Staikf) covered" with tin on II 1 fallen log, cnllicly forfeitIntf the, !
No. 141(1( U. C. V., are requested! to j jmeet
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best of So make the best the /
A daughter was born to Mr. and J Griffin and son, Eugene, all of Jacksonville ;i these buildings] are found the us. or I hcrrlch., IIl'x11... glad I"' sr< e l"iroihy
Mrs. E. Markley Johns Monday even I I Burlier' Shop, Model Bakery J. C.Manniug's .j worst of it, or vice Vt'rRn. or the other ( lit t tho court house In Starkel I In his, iniiHior's 111'11111-10! know they t
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Tuesday Sept 27 11'-'I': lit 10( o'clock I In. ,
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around-we don't care which. wt'riholli .. ,,
ing. store, S. L. Alvarez's barber way 11111'1'I'|'|' ( "1,11"11 uheiiI '
John. \| m.? for the IrunKuction' of important. I i (hliiKS( ueio nil right
Gary Ennis who had been n shop! the Juanita restaurant arid I II

)Frank Carpenter has returned from guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs I Mitchell's Drug Store. S. Rousman I| Mist" Lucia BaNilon, of Jacksonville business I Ooroihy. uns \cry. ullent nhmit her
J. W. left is visiting her cousin, Miss Ina W. T. WEEKS: i| dully/ uoik., Her, mother niitehi'il her" i
Gastonia N. C., and has reenteredthe Morgan Sunday for of Jacksonville, is the contractor. I Ii
j Captain! Cmllll1ulI ll'f.I i nllh' nnxloiiN 'bt' Mile '
11'1. reiiieinhi'ieil' '
Gainesville Jones, this. week. <
B. II. S. i to resume his studies at i I'
i I the, (lute W'brn Nhv. and I'll
___ _____________ Florida] University.ItuhMy i ij HliS; cures Malarial\ Fever. .picked "hlinshelTlos F
lire Lucy Powell who had spent (I I I I Even a wise man may fed foolish' Misses Inn Jones und Irma Stilley I / ,loKelher 'In n nlll:! "lliper|' -ho' IIIkneo

RTrft. lIarvpv! Jarrett and_ _. Trin- I at time Haven't found it soT have returned to their homes here, t'l'nllshe In 'a IOIIK Mleooiltll'll" '
the summer at Winston-Salem N. C., j \ Tism kills infection. I .u.p n eon, you -|lOlll Ullll burs" fl'l't.
lifter two week visit with relative
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mall Jarrett of Miami were guests ,
hits
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returned to Starke.Col.
I I and /I I A few )sure lulrr ciiiiii- Inn himklnKhee. l
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Harbour of of friends here for several days during BRYAN ADOPTS CASH!\ S1'S'I'lsllAfter :i friend at JackMonville and Pablo dial Nile fiiiiiid,,, lie I red ear, and

D. E. Knight was a profcinlona Jacksonville, visited friends here during the week. They were cordially I I,,Beach. i they du. red. the bashful Hichleen-year-/' : t

visitor to Jacksonville Thurs the week. On their return to welcomed by a large number of eighteen months' experience i old buy lo kiss. 'her, Then the shycunrlliiK "

day. I Jacksonville they were accompanied friends. who remember them pleasantly in the credit business in Stark, wi- Miss Lois Power of Mulberry, U "broken" hy the horrlhle tor t,

by Mrs. Angle Sternburg. as residents of LakeHido. are thoroughly convinced] thut the visiting her aunt, Mrs. Arthur Wil. I diet.. of irnndfiither: |UnNUlug| | forhld-

666 cures Chills and Fever. cash system Is bent for our customers liums this! week. S'I ding/ the iiiiirrlntio. 'tt,.

I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and I'hil.1 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richard of as well all ourselves. We will I'll Nap too xliiw HIM) psi lipid to ,fo'

O. C. Husband postmaster and | Iron, of Jacksonville, spent the weekend Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 'i therefore conduct our business "'I'Uld I Uncle Jake!. V' rties'! 'Jtft Green Mrs uiiiiiiint' 'lo 1.)1"1"11I. "I.iixy," Kiund-" ,...1:,

merchant at Melrose was a business at Kinlslt'Y l lake and the first of I L. Wall last week. On leaving here 'after October let, on a strictly! cash Micelle Green! and nun, Miss Holm fill her lIal
visitor to Starke Thursday. I the week were guests at the home of I they were accompanied by Mr. and basis. We thank our friends and paj i: Anderson and A. Z. Smith of, Johnu- oilier misery" town they and.ncrldoninlly returned" met'null In, nudwife. mi- r.. J

Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Mrs. A. E. Wall and William Duncan i j trims for past patronage and solicit I town IranttacU-d business in town on And now pa 1.11"1: / In 'hit trio

Cary Ennis of the University of and the party motored to Lake a continuance of same. last Saturday. bunk.Nho. er,

Florida spent the week-end with his I 666 Cures a Cold quickly. Wales and other southern! points In We learn from experience that ,w, sltibod iiiul Hlmlled I'lirothy. Hut I I1

aunt, Mrs J. W. Morgan. the Hliitc. While in Lake Wales] Mrs. I can 11f merchandise\ on a closer margin .' IIAITIHT Dorothy did not sigh: If wri'KhtM f

j I W. A. Scott and sister Miss Doris, Wall visited. her aunt Mrs. Alice I..aw.66t for cash. We will prove thin i if *- ,.i f\ r y "*- *ho kept! lip a "l"rmo fr nit." and her .

Miss Marguerite Shrivcr who is left yesterday for Ormond where they -. you will drop In on and after Oeto< 'Sunday 'hoo1.t ten a. in., L. L.King mother. miiilo mi coiMiiii'iit.Vhon Dorothy ...

teaching in the B. II. S., is boardingat will teach this term, Mr. Scott a* > cures Biliousness. her 1 lit. Remember, strictly cash superintendent. nuked her l to K''> liliiol>i lnie wllli

the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. principal of the school and Miss Scottto from that date. No books! no tick Preaching service, 11 n. m. and H her one innrnliiK inn HUH surprised. x(4

Matthews.Mrs. have charge of the fourth and fifth The reading circle of the Methodist eta' p. m., by Dr. J. J. Ilullen. "%V.. dot l'1 need nny more .hluohorrlcH .- -.;

grades. Missionary society met with Mrs. J. Prayer service, teachers meetingand ', D.irxlby," Nile liiHlsled.. Hut Dor- ...
BRYAN GROCERY: CO. 1 olliy, with mi Inxcrilliihlo' Kinlle the ;
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E. K. Perryman went to Jacksonville H. hitch Monday afternoon from fourto I choir rehearsal from H to I II(II I"t ill
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9-28-2t. pnllii iiiul, council' her mother, to "
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Monday to meet Mr. Perry- Mr. and Mrs. George C. White returned six Mrs. J. W. White acted an .. o'clock Wednesday evening '.
Mrs. Mi-redllli resisted'
I Iiorothy'H
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man, who has returned fro a season's last week from the mountains leader taking her program from the 'INo Worm In a ncaitliy ChildAll The church Is fortunate in having I pals) to enter the swainp, but (holly y

ball playing in Gal VCR ton, Texas. of North Carolina and are now at i Missionary Voice Miss Hilda Struth children troubled, with Wurnia have an uo- for a couple of week Dr. Ilullen to ,ylelilod 1"11, she (perceived there, was .J

hor-ie to their friends in a bungalowon /gave several voice selections with hfIBI l1/c"lor. wUkh ludliauia pour blixMl. and ..a .tTPly. for us. He is originally from a ronson for 'the request, When they '

Rub-MyTiim kill pain. West Call street. Mrs. E. K, I'errymun as piano accom OMOVLS rule there"'ASHL!I. mu,. :tit,,s I.CHILI.... Btomurll IONIC dlxturtMlnue.nivim resularly Canada hut more recently of I'lu'la- ,I mine to Ilif' I log ihey fouml It oeeiiplodby :y.

panist. While listening to the program i forsworn three weeks will rnrlrU the hjofiil.im
Miss May Peek who has been visiting Miss\ Olga Ward who is connected the guests were sewing on articles prove,Ihedlpnlbm. ..ries-vm aud.1...,sNrnenl,.Iaturewl'ltheathrow !Stren5tb.nin.T.nhltIII' *' treat. a vtrsiiKor. Jim ro..,- slid l at once In.tn .!II.

friends in Valdosta and Boston, with the executive department of the for the bazaar which will be given off or dlitie '"'- WM '".',el l the"hlM Mt!I not Those who have not heard him am "luiil a roan 'Iio

Ga., has returned to the home of her University of Florida at Gainesville about the middle of December.Mrt. "a anrf.ct h..snlr !'. a+arr='.' btln nrrbAip. especially invited. to (be out to the "Mrs.. Meredith, till* I I. my friend, ,

brother C. L. Peek. was Mrs. J. T. Quigley's guest: last. Ritch served a salad] course to -.- service Sunday. Those who have will It. ,. Henry Clandors. Hori.thy |iariinsoiitril .
lo marry site without lior I
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week.J. her
guests.
Miss Belle Dougherty, of Atlanta, Home Builder andContractors I G. W. ALDERMAN, father' Hrinlssluu' As tm sot all *x<
nijile! for us site dooM not think h.
and Mrs. W. G. Cole, of Port Arthur, F Mouser, the Hampton real estate The dignity of the senate has its Secretary; Deacons. run tin vs much of n cuxe' uKulnst tin. ff

Texas, were visitors at the home of man, was In town Saturday. Mr. advantages: after all. It enables m..nto lint she wished' very much to lave .

Mrs. J. C. Carter last week. Houser has had a large number of call each other bud names withoutpaying In Clnult Ohara. Court; nut flu P"ILH-ATto"l at Florida. Elirh'h tier, mother proHont, *t her "wedding., ...

catalogues and price lists printed by the! penalty exacted by human We can *.avyou\ 10 to 25 percent arlklal. <:".ult, .......ryrd (Bounty: In Oh.npen. : .- "OI Mollie V. Knight will leave Sunday' the Telegraph lately. the lumber and mill. hero.Vo. 'mind our happiness this
beings. on M.ri. L. Kbiklll! ..r .nd I,. W. Klvklltur. h'rft'itwrt on
i for Atlanta Ga., where he will resume work for your hous*. We arerl'par..d huahand..onmkln.ntn. nd: h ;; ,i-.ill. tie u ,''''rICYlllon wu* stopping -

| his studies at Emory Univer- Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Scott, who to Kiev you better *..r.vle'e N'.w<... n.rnilMnt.It ( nt 'nn. liotnof. tlmitelit It a nice.
IIlty. have been visiting at the home of his ban before and .it\mmrkntg by affidavit' apN>nd. errr -
guarantee bill filed In tin dove .Ia.... .._ that K"b.ern sir luiibcr'
brother F. A. Scott left Friday for WANTEDA every piece of lumber w* Nixon, the ftir.n litnt thirrln ...m...' IN anrvnrmUlent
John Rigdon and Nelson Green kill- Miss Ger- fir the .1... of Moriila' and that Mr "'I'I""I"11" too cnuroudded
their home in Sutherland. ship fiend u* your list for the r.ald, .a.. of th. Bald defendant la unhnrwn. ro nml ..
MIt"uk.| no no else veitturud to
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a 6-foot the San .
rattlesnake on DISTRICT MANAGERFOR estimate. and la over the aira of tfnryon. .
derson! snake cram It ia. th.refor. urd.rdthat aald nonrtaldrnt II"Ik. ifinnrks no Ilia minister pno'eedHI ,
road the other day. The Catarrh Con Re Cured THIS TERRITORYA dafvnrljiBt b. and I. "...b1/ r.qulred ) \\.to il(.* nuirrlniie,! service. Itei 1, .
ported eighteen rattles. U. aploar to the kill if comnlalnt flied, In laid
Catarrh I. a l-al ..r use> greotl' Lumber Co. *.... on or before Monday, the rat tip of wile ours oroc.l: sal like a ....II 111111''lIldl.IIM '
The
i enced by con.UtulIun,1 co"lI..o" . real live orcaniscr who can employ Perry N.._......... A. f> levI, <.thi 666 Cures Dengue Fever 5-13-ZOt. therefore requiree. co"I.ulloII,1: t. "' train and .uporviie; teaman. ll.n. of salt hill will be taken U nrd ", ...
H .;.thruv. On.. who can build a buaineaa and -HouMe Dill Kpeclalist." by paid. nVf.n lant mor ho was assured Mil was welt
ieak.eA/narn, IIyTand Matti from It .la further nrtlfred. that ship rtlir. >.. "iuhlRh They, all nolcbod their mimes, with
bilge Mu lU" Iutta earn $5000 per year up. .d for ela-ht ennatwutlve .._
Josie Hoffman returned Wednesday the Blond .m the It. In the of
It I the lute tho noddlnx, 011 i W nearby
from Jacksonville and i is diii- theaIgDICINM.deetrnyNlI11e undnelt.. Reply, elating emperience andq"aJificaeio. PERRY FLORIDA. Bradford....d ''n odd County.'.'IVIevraph.''0" and alare.Thla a neWNpaper. publf foci 'onk which will pnilmhly, never 1
the dieen.o' 51ves tin' p t1pnl '""".RIII 1 1Imp..vlnor ... -- -_ --- HnvUimlMT 21, lull be felled.lir l.
The Qidatae 7UI Dots Nee Allect THet_ the "..nprul l ti.. lth aid "M'' Only One "BROMO QUININE"To U. W. ALDERMAN I
nature In doing It" "" 'r': J. F. BURDINE fKeall" Clerk Cln-ull Court. *. Meredith divided, tilt! Jars IJtbla..rrl..a.
l!+ante. of It. tonic and ,law.,!... effect i -4Ajnvi. All Dru" tl"t.. ('1. wars frse.. (etthe 5.enln.e.il for full .me. LAXAriVK Ry C. A. KNICHT. ,
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1921.


.....NI'IIEtl'OlmTJ:I'X tKAKS AS SOUNDSVAIC BONUS KXEII.I'rl'.id..nt I attended church here Sunday. i C'oOfor a few days.
TIMES! PRESSMAN! War
of Civil
Veteran !Smith Manning of Starke, was avisitor IT E. Moorer was a visitor over to
larding Says; he is Not Interested : here during last week.upt. : Iiampton last week.

James: 11. Tucker, foreman of the in Compensation ? II. B. Wiggins, of Starke visited |i G. M. Bennett' who is employed trj
pressroom of the Tampa Daily Times Still Hale and Hearty our school one day last week. j j Starke, spent. Sunday here with hi
I has Just completed: his fourteenthyear President Harding, in an address Cleveland Lee is visiting in Green !I fur.ily.
I without losing a day, or even to the members of the Fifth Divisionof --

part of a day, from work and by way the overseas army, at Atlantic CityN. _- --
of making it a mark for others tot J., declared. that he would "use his 'u 0 -::_
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shoot at, has never been late on the every influence to are that the man //' I : 1'

; job during the entire time. Tucker who came buck wounded and impaired / .,,::1 ""- II
in ability shall receive' the a
was ill once during the influenza epidemic greatest \
-his only illness during the 14 aid .and assistance." .

years-but it didn't keep him from At the same time, he virtually served -
work. notice that he would not lend his + 1

lie came to the Times as press apprentice I tremendous power to ordinary bonus
janitor and general factotum legislation, which seeks to pay cash a I

In those days the Times was awards to all men who were in the $ !

printed on an 8 page Cox Duplex fighting service %
press with impressions directly from President Harding's words left lit- .f ; : THEUNIVERSAL CAR
the type. The paper owned two linotypes tle doubt that, as far as the Harding
and delivered its editions to the influence was concerned the general

postoflice in a hand truck. The society bonus bill, recently pigeon-holed at New PricesF.
editor was assistant bookkeeperand hit request, was dead. In this con.n"Ition

D. B. McKay, the publisher, himself the president said: fi R pL
set type in rush periods.Tucker's "The man who came back wounded O. B. DETROIT

'r wages/ were $7.60 a week and impaired In ability to carry on
and not belonging to a union then he the vocation of his life, deserves the e Chassis $295 I

worked 12 hours daily. lie was promoted fullest aid and assistance in our power -
by degrees: until three years to give, and I propose to use all wl Runabout $325 ,,

ago/ he was mode foreman of the press the influence that I have to see that Car $355
room. Tucker now works only eight he gets it. But I am not so much concerned Touring Iii

hours a day and receives several with those who came out of Truck Chassis $445
times the wages of fourteen years 'I the war unimpaired. They have the III

ago/ lie lives in his own $7,000 home compensation of supreme service and Coupe $595
and goes to work each morning in his I experience.: .
Sedan $660
own automobile. -
He nays he will take a vacation Starling M in
Ford
These the lowest prices of cars
Home day when he feels he is in need Harley Thomas attended church at are
of one. the home of William Fowler Saturday I the history of the Ford Motor Company.
night
Miss Rhoda Thomas spent the w..kend Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

ZIFF at Pine Hill the guest of her promptly to insure early delivery.

friend Pearl' Greene

Zirt", Sept. 23.-Mr. and Mrs. Mack J. W., R.I'. and E. J. Lewis and J. J. W. ANDREWS, JR.

Hutitf and children, Howard and An- B. Thomas were attending to businessin Dealer, STARKE
nji-, of Lake City, spent the week-end Starke Monday.
hpre' (the guests of her sister, Mrs. J. Lonnie Parker attended church at GEORGE D. SHAW Springfield Mass.

I B. Thomas. Mounteo<'ha Sunday. "To say that I feel twentyfiveyears be numbered. I've been so wonder-

i Tom Warren and Eugene Woods entered We are glad to report that Mrs. J. younger, twenty-five years fully built up, I now weigh one hun-

school Monday W. Lewis l is improved at this writing healthier, and twenty-five years dred and forty-three pounds and my -
t Mr. Thomas and daughters, Alma stronger expresses what Tanlac has stomach is as sound as a dollar. In
and 1'annie, were shopping in Brook- S. L. Prescott and son, Willie madea done for me better than any other fact, I believe I could eat the old

( (T f-nt VI day. business trip to Waldo Saturday. way I can put it," said George D. army rations again without it hurting ,

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thlgpen and James Padgett was attending to.., Shaw veteran of the Civil war, who me in the least."I .

.' daughter; : Mildred, have moved toGrahnni business in Starke Tuesday 'I now lives at 321 Walnut street in never miss a chance of saying! a 7MICHELINhas
t where they will make their Miss Rhoda Thomas spent Mon. I' Springfield; Mass good word for Tanlac and I would
future home. day as the guest of Mrs. Neta Dyal. I "I am now seventy-eight; years old like to urge the boys of the "Sixties"who

KuHtis Kelly, of New River was in Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and and I don't hesitate to say I have are not feeling right to give it a

our 1 burg Sunday. daughter, Avy, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. never known a medicine to equal Tan- trial, for I am sure it would put themin overcomethe commonest

M*. ind Mrs E. J. Lewis and chil- Dyal and family and Harley Thomas lac. For fifteen years I was subjectto line again just as it has me. For 2causes of tire trouble
'f tlrei of Brooker spent Saturday the spent Thursday afternoon at Hampton attacks of indigestion; that wereso a man of my age to have no physical Ii

t guests' tf bin sister, Mrs. J. B. Thom Beach. bad at times I would have to lay ailment to be well and strong! and
J as. Mr. and Mrs D. Stokes of Lake up for a week or two. For u longtime enjoy life as he did twenty-five years I

MIPS!\ Allis Mac Pons of Mounteoc'i.u. UiitliT, have moved into our section. I lived on crackers and milk ago is certainly something to be I Tread Cuts
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1 spent| Sunday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs Bentry Stokes and alone as nothing else would! agree thankful for and there is nothing too 1
1 iaM'H; daughters, Irma and Nita, and i with me."When. good I can say for Tanlac."

tif,,nif, > Thomas was the guest of i: C. Lewis, spent Sunday here 1111'8'1 i I started on Tunlac I weighed Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's
A.y Marling Sunday.Lonnie of her brother, J. W. Ix>wis only one hundred and seventeen Drug Store and by leading druggists t
Paiker md F.UIt..IIC'o"J" Robert Groover and T. D. Dyal were ,, pounds and my days were thought to 'v..r'whpre.-Adv.. When a tire is cut dirt and moisture work in betweenthe

ntUruk'd church at the home of Mrs visitors to Hampton Beach: Saturday I ---- layers of cords weakening: the tire and causing
I early decay.Michelin .
Fowler Siituvdiiy night.L. afternoon I I
with eight additions., The meeting Samuel Woodard was visitor to
It. G; lm>y, I. \\'. Piiihcilsler, of I IL..nll Tires offer maximum protection
LONG was conducted by the pastor Rev. I Hampton Saturuday.S. .
; IIItIllCa:
HrooKer, were in our burg Friday on i
/ Barnes, and was enjoyed by all. I I K. Swindel and children, Euhind against such injuries. The exceptionnl toughness -

bijii'tf'KH.Misses lliibclle Crokhy.iof Jacksonville I I Bridge/ Sept 2311. O. Rivers Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman w..reI I James, spent Thursday and Friday and thickness of the Michelin tread pre-

nnd Luhcdin 19 ii holster, of i' is on the sick list this week. visitors to Starke Saturday. !I at Smith lake.Joe : vent many cuts from penetrating; and if a cut ]

Ilruoker,, were visitors to our school I Mrs. H. O. Rivers was called to the Prof. Ury Supp' visited homefolksat i I Prevail, of :Starke, was a visitor I does penetrate the injury is minimized by the

Wednesday.Percy bedside of her sister in Starke Satur Kaiford during the week-end. here Tuesday at the home ofW. Michelin body-construction. In this construction m

day. !Miss Alva Thomas, of Heilbronn !I A. Jones.
Woods and Miss Llnnio Parker Blanton every cord is impregnated with rubber, the
and R. M.
attended. church at Mountcoihn H. J. Supp was attending to business Springs was the truest of her sister, I Owsley KlnA'mo. 1
,' tored tire being a single mass that offers unique -
in Lake Butler Saturday. !Miss Hertie Thomas Saturday. to Hampton Saturday. i protection I
Sunday. j I
Mr. and Mrs. S. I Crews i !Mrs E. A. Gaines and little son, L. against the inroads of dirt and moistureyet
Ethel Dyal'returned home were at !Master Stafford Valencia and siaerPolly :
Mills lustweek
the state farm Saturday. I M., who have been at Tampa for several is flexible in the extreme.
after n month's visit at Pompano of Jacksonville, are spending
Elma I weeks, returned Thursday to visit
Brannon
of Vanderbilt, was the week here of their grandparents '
and other south. guests -
points her Mr. and Let us show Michelin; Cord.Smith's .
In our section parents, Mrs. G. M. you a
4, Miss Pearl Greene, of Pine Hill Saturday morning !Mr. and Mrs. I). B, BcownI I Bcnnettt.
: spent Saturdll .IlOre, the guest of her Wesley: Johns, of this section was ing. I
J. P. is
In New River last week. Padgett visiting at points in I
friends, Misses Rhoclu and Lomie I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, of south Florida this week.
Mrs P. B. Crews
I Thomas. with her mother, Mrs. spent Dora Sunday Jacksonville, spent the week-end with I' Ed Smith and Volley McKinney, of 1 Garage
Renfroe.Helium .
Mrs. Amanda Johns of Dukes spentlast Parker of New their daughter, Mrs. T. C. Williams. Gainesville motored here Sunday and I
week !here the guest of her sinter River, was Several from Raiford attended j' the
the
at home
r in our burg Saturday night. s..r-I' spent day of Mr. and
Mrs. Miles Kelly. vices here last week. i
Pierce Crews Mrs. S. R. Swind!?!. r: STARKE FLORIDAIjmamfflaomaeHnnfflffltpmmaa
Harley Thomas was in Krooker on was attending to business Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams attended D. W. Swindel and Albert Beck of '' .
in Lake Butler ,
t' business Saturday Saturday church at Union Sunday. ,uDmmm"" ' ''''''''''''''''''''''''IIDlIU IIID A large crowd attended Hampton, were visitors here Sunday ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and prayer services Dr. Biggs, of Starke was a visitor afternoon.Mrs. .
at Mr. and Mrs. Marion '
sons, of Midway, spent n few days of Moody here Sunday. -
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Saturday night. R. B. Sullivan, of Hampton, is -
last week here with the latter's
parents Mrs Greene tailing her son, Cleveland, this week.
t Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis. I Audrey Belle' Moody and daughter/ If it is true that an ounce' of pre j Mrs. J. H. Moore, of Starke, is visiting I'
' ", Miss Allis Mae Pons, of Louise, I River spent Tueusday in New ventlon is worth a pound of cure it her son, D. W. Moore. CHARACTER t
spent Sunday here with her niece Avy would that doctors might
seem our ; Misses Elythe Collins and little sister
Mrs P. S. Crews spent !: 1
Mrs. E. A. Sapp. Saturdaywith find it more profitable to adopt the Lillie and Eva Lee of Lakesid", ) CAPACITY ,.. ,j
( Chinese method of keeping people
Tom Parnell, of New River passed VS9 \se CAPITAL
through our burg Saturday enroute to I I free from disease instead of effecting i Habitual constipation Cured ,
! I Johnstown. a cure after they become> sick. j In 14 to :21 Days f
I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a speclauy-
) B. F. Renfroe was a business visitor prepared Syrup Tonic-La xa'Jve for Habitus'
) to Johnstown Saturday.Mr. I No, ke..plnlever1u tlnjCly at it does Constipation. It relieves promptly but ",(
and Mrs David Shaw and net necessarily bring success. It en- ;,' should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto When a man goes into business and asks for ;\

daughter, Lorene, of LaCrosse, spent i 1"I's a person to go out and achieveit. Regulates.induce regular Very action.Pleasant It Stimulates to Taki. and 60c credit his THREE C's are investigatedCHARACTER 1

( Sunday here guest of the latter's parents tier bottle CAPACITY and CAPITAL The result -
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Mr. and Mrs. .
H. O. Rivers.
I of this investigation usually determines his
Jesse Canon THERESSA
was attending to busi-
nee sin Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. I II I ASPIRINName general credit standing. \

Annie' Johns left last week to Theressa Sept. 23.-Mrs. Maggie

Ogood cigarettes visit her sister rear Tarpon Springs I'revatt of Jacksonville, spent last I Genuine A young man, by beginning to save early,

'7 for lOc from L. L. Renfroe, of New River, spent Tuesday here with Mrs. W. A. JoneM'1 "Bayer" on can in time provide capital and it is safe to I
part of last week in Palatka. S. B. Woodard left!
t one sack of say that in the process of saving he will, by
Mrs C. A, Johns spent the weekend points south, where he will spend several
the time his capital is accumulated, already
here of ,
GENUINE guest friends and relatives days.D. .
W. Moore and son, Cecil, were have builded well the other two C's-character

Dr. King, of Lake Butler, passed visitors to Hampton Saturday. and capacity.

.8 U LLn through here last week.A : Mrs. Prevutt, of Starke, was a visitor -I

I i social was given tit the home of I to the home of Mrs. W. A. Jones I Ir.i I Money saving pays big dividends. Try it.
., Jesse Dowlmg Thursday night. The Tuesday. i I Ii I
DURHAM'' party was well attended and a nice Fred Cloversettle Mills Batten and '

time enjoyed, Hugh Norton were among the \iM- j Take Aspirin only a* told in each parkwf : I ",
1\\ TOBACCO ; Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle', of Lake Butler tore to Hampton Saturday.T. aye. genuine Bayer Tablet of Aspirin. I
passed through our burg last week B. Triest and sons, Sidney and I I Pier you will be 'following the direction I
We want to have the
you I and diwage work.Ollt by
po..:" best paper for "BULL." enroute to Starke. Calvin and Snapp Brinson were out to during\ 21 years, and proved s&fe'bv physician mil Bank of StarkeI
iol r' So now you can receive Smith lake fishing last week and had lions. Take no chances with nibstftutes. I
\f. ,? with each package a bookof / MOODLAWN excellent luck.Blanton I If you see the Bayer Cross on tablets.

i: 24 leave of ftULfe- Owsley made a business Colds you can, headache take ..,them S'urRIpIIRh"umati.m.without 1 fear for' "The Bank of Helpful Service"Under

r the very finest cigarette I Woodlawn, Sept 23.-Rev. and ;Mr trip to Green Cove Friday afternoon, i Earache. Toothache. Lumbago: and for, I
paper In the world. D. L. Phillips attended church at Wa- returning\ home Saturday. Psin. handy tin boxes of twelve tablets State Supervision
,t',. teroak cost few <...nt... I> aIM sell
'. C.. '.. I Sunday. Rev. C. J. Bruner, of Bronson, tilled nigjiiit larger I
I, o"I rksgnaspirin i. the trade mark of I Illa E. S. Matthews, Pres. G. C White.Cashierfi'1f.
,':.: ,: :. The revival services held last weekt his appointment ut the Baptists:, Mnimfnrturt: of Monoaaaticaridenter -
fII f\\ I Heilbronn church closed Friday I church Saturday and Sunday. of Salirjlifiicid. -

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SEPTEMBER! 23. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACE THREE

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J [ l"harl'l'm': Phjsiiians slated that the two
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I Told by Our Exchanges. I I

J I ,-, Genevieve the 6 year old daughter
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of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Whittmore t'"
Orlando has placed an order for anew ', after spending part of the day her of Callahan was almost instantly I i j II .
fire chemical truck at a cost of' on business. His body was found Just killed at Dahoma where she was visiting II i I I11pi

$11,000. I before nightfall! the roadway about relatives. The child was playing N s

I I a mile and a half from town. on an old cane mill when the beam fell \
The formal opening of the state upon her breaking her neck. ()()eto"B
college for women at Tallahassee was (I I Educators who would give to the from nearby points were summoned
attended by Governor Hardee and Seminole'; Indians of the Florida Everglades but their efforts were without avail. \ You'll enjoy thesport

others. The expected enrollment will some of the "white man's The child lived approximately twenty __
be approximately 750. I learning are meeting with cool but effective minutes after the fall.J.
rebuffs. The Indians Bay they; of rolling
The caw mill of G. C. Beck located do not want to be educated like the C. Han-ell, 50, well known Madison ? _
neat Kissimmee was destroyed by fire white man, as they then might be
citizen: is in jail formally charged :-
last week. The loss was about $100.O ,'- taught to lie, steal and heat like the with the murder of Dorsey Richardson 'em with P. A.!
O. with no insurance.J. whites.
22, a young man who residedeight -
miles from Madison. Richardson
I. Spooner foreman and a negro Losing/ control of the big/ Cadillac, was killed at the Williams gin- thing you do next And besides PrinceAlbert's
fireman killed in boiler cur she was driving ..said FIRST
were a explosion at a speed to nery where he was working and died makin'spapers delightful flavor
get some
l have been ,
Venus
Thursday near The thirty-five to forty miles
after receiving five bullet wounds,
explosion caused little damage to the an hour and pinned under the steer three of them near the heart. Harrell and some Prince there's its freedom from bite

mill. iiif wheel when it hit a stump and According! to the authorities, has admitted Albert tobacco and puff away and parch which is cut out by

turned over Mrs Archie Smith vf that be shot and killed Richnrdvm In h',I.paY. Xlfxrf roI Im f*.mU r.. on a home made cigarette our exclusive patented process '

Chipley citizens are not going to ed.Oak Hill, was almost instantly kill- .. and declared he would explainhis tar rrj p.un4 tli\m:nrf hmnj-hmtt' that will hit on all your Certainly-you smoke ,'
quit boring for oil. A company has action at the time. moo. tin humidor*
smoke till
proper
:.= in thm poundtal cylinders P. A. from sun up you
been formed there capital l jg being .
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|! .., glmfm Auml-
between the sheets; without
raised and work will soon begin on The completion of a magnificent With his head badly crushed., the '.r moimtmntr with mpmnt top No use sitting-by and say- slip : ;,G i

putting down another well. bridge over the Blutkwater river, ata dead body of John Baumgartner, farmer ing maybe you'll cash this a comeback.
cost of $l OOOO.) and the paving of residing! near Mandarin was disinterred .
hunch tomorrow. Do it while Prince Albert is the tobaethe -
Work Is progressing fast on the racetrack miles and miles of road and blocks from a shallow grave in his
and grandstand which is beingbuilt and blocks of city streets, during the buck yard Saturday by civil authorities going's good, for manoco that revolutionized pipe

in connection with the State Fairgrounds past year or two speak; eloquently! of who are now investigating another =Y man, you can't figure out smoking. If you never could '

at Jacksonville. It will !In the progress that is being made it gruesome crime, added to those recently whatyou'repassingby! Such smoke a pipe forget itl!

completed in time for the coming Santa lUiua county.All occurring in ]Duvnl county One flavor, such coolness, such You can-AND YOU WILL
lair. arrest Allen Hartley log mill worker -
more-ish-ncss-wcllthe -if Prince Albert
only use
roads will soon be leading to and a farmer of Mandarin has been you
Last year Stetson had 534 students Jacksonville on account of the state placed in the Duval county jail in connection way to get the words emphatic for packing It's a smoke

It was the banner year in quality of fair and the roads are likely to be well I with the case. enough is to-go to it revelation in a jimmy pipe ;I 1

work done. This year the universityhas peopled with state folks, for the papers and know yourself 1 or a cigarette! .,
more endowment a larger faculty are urging a full attendance, After a twenty hour search in which I
and expects n record breaking nt- The cattle and stock show will be out! airplanes) were used together! with I ,1
tcndance. of the greatest features of the annual dragnets and, !grappling hooks the N
affair to be held at the state fairgrounds body of two year old Esther: FRINGE ALBERT ,
The failure of the Guarantee Hank in Jacksonville during No. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ....Hmlth'\! l Copyright IBZI

& Trust Co., of Jacksonville, was a vember. Smith'; of Sobring'; was taken ly 1 R rhaico J. R.ynold.Co.WantonS.1. ifl
financial feature of the past week. IuUo) Jaikson. The child fell out ofa ... I
The indictment of several of its leaders Police' of St. Petersburg! are making rowboat near the center of the lake JM.C. the national joy smoke !,
in the moonshine ring was givenas what preparation they can to keep out I when two older children of t the Smith
the direct cause of heavy with- the criminal element that in expected family accidentally let the, boat getaway

drawals. to log flock of the into tourist this state season with and the uppn-I .from them and drift out on thewater. \MIKN GKKMANV: COMPK'I, : just like the IIIIIIt'IIII.luy\ nt Home. I inn Kl"d, ".' t the approval of the

Shipments'; of phosphate from Tampa Mitchell has been asked to put cm two Men and women wit Ido it HII long UN HOHS, but I am mote concerned about
last month totalled 83,2:13: tons. Of or more additional plain clothes Inl'nlo I Charlie Anderson, alias Houston There is no doubt t that when Germany they get u fair break lit liouie; but my own approval. I It is for my own
this total 29,567 tons were consigned look out for the crooks and turn IT'Il. the self-confessed murdererof I gets into competition again: in when they read tho papers and find. : sake that I put lilY best licks into my n,
to foreign ports 51,060 coastwise. them !back at the bout landings and ( his wife, commonly known as Mary the commercial world much of tholupposerl the. lower costs of things elsewhere work. 1 can fool ho Iloss by working -
I when bu is looking lit me,
to be built American they soon begin" to slip un order' now hard
The record was made in August, 1920 railway Magdalene Pagan and Isaiah Leonard up "
when the total 150,671 tons. stations the business in South American countriesIs and then to the mini order .house that but I cannot fool myself..
was her alleged lover early on
culled
Mrs. Oliver Griffith, of Crestvicw morning of Sept'; 13th was taken by going to slip silently and quickly sells it for II'HH. Presently thc'1"1' Guy is '
From The danger! thtit faces tills out to a bettor jab; fur little as bo .
fountiy
Not
Orlando's new eleven story skyscraper who is reputed to be approximately Kirkland on the Lakeland us. only that but despite.
Deputy "
has been started. C. Jo:. Hill- 115 years of age and who is believed road nc'ar'Inllton Tuesday morning.Anderson I the protective tariff that lire being Is not of German goods ('olllillIn., may Huspoct it, the Rusts 1 I. looking,
yer, contractor for the $1,000,000 hostelry to be the oldest person in Florida l is II was walking toward Lakeland 1)IClc''d l l on certain articles of (consum but of Germany, being able to get: its f..r1"(1 Guys.: They seem to he .. 1,
itinnhere and made in goods. to market here cb,> than we "III"--Nc.w York l'vc-ning: Post
Mrs. Griffith uper
was personally superintendingthe seriously ill. has a distinct and hud the shotgun with whichhe I many countries t t
recollection of the Indian wars I we are going to find Germany can pass them across tho cOlltlll'llt.1
work Friday of clearing up the I had killed his wife nnd her lover,
ground on which the foundation Is to of 1835 and other events and which I taken apart and in a suck under' his 'underselling ui right in t the home over a state line" or around, t the 'or-j :-';0'1'1':11II'N: : AT HIAIi: I'Allt '

be laid. friends declare makes it certain that arm. narket. ner. s
she is considerably more than 100 Those. who feel hue doubting I ho How high n tiiiill wall will we haveto Jacksonville, Si-pi. 21.-Announcement

Chief of Police Quigg and Detective years old. The body of Eugene Haskoll, age I ,shove statements. will do well to read build around American markets to that I rllorts, tin being mud. to .
Bishop are in receipt of anonymous HO, a farmer and fruit grower of the I 'and ponder well t the following from hold tho two specific buslrii'SHCM the have Miirnhal l''oih, the holed "French
letters from persons signing Who would have thought that the Citrus Center neighborhood was ,he; New York Herald. New York Herald cites in tho -tlitoriul war thief pay u visit to JII.'kMunvllledlll'inA' + '
Rilly Sunday tabernacle In Confederate Tritmrii. the, Klorlilii :Stat Fair & KxpnniUim : -
themselves as bootleggers thn'all.n.jnlt covered in a drainage ditch (' dill-I' "A New York exporter could quuld7'Pampa
to tar and feather them if they park, where once thousands wentto that place and Moore Haven make at this port for shipment to from November 12 to ID, inclusive -
t lo not let up in their campaign) on seek religion, would become a storIng afternoon The man had been miHsini'' ,Santiago, Cuba a price on a certain "III III': ('(IMIS: : 'l i in': itoss" has spread, like wildfire and! +
rum-runners in Miami. place for moonshine whiskey for several days and while the body : I II article to beat. slightly: the German the I .public. IH. anxiously awaiting wordas
t More than seven gallons of whiskeywere I was HO decomposed us to make the price at Hamburg of a similar art- "Here comes the 11..11.. -y,'C' must to whether ho. will accept.An . a
Charles T. Moses, of Newport Me., found within the tabernacle by i cause of death only a matter of conjecture Ide seeking export markets. Hut un get busy." The news travels swiftly. I invitation is to he extended the
lies dead and Almer Campbell of Day. police detectives who actually raided the coroner's jury brought! 'wan( freight rate nil the way from lends bend over books the stenographer + general by cable by Florida nuimtors J
tona is in the hospital suffering froma the place where not long ago Rev. a verdict of death by violence! at the Hamburg to Santiago Cuba could bo . rustles her pupi-rs, tho telephone and .r<>.pti>inlullvi'S. in Washington.
fractured skull\ and a broken nose Hilly fought the devil by branding hands of some party unknown the negotiated so much lower than the operator inns l her hriidgcur and it IN possible' that his reply will I 4))
as the result of an automobile acci- strong drink a curse. motive being robbery. The pocketsof freight rate for tbes hurler distance and answers the, insistent\ flush from b 41 received prior to his leaving '
dent on the road between Daytona and his clothes were turned inside out from New York to Santiago that the the switbbnard that has been winking France fur the United Stales for the 4 .
DeLand Saturday evening. Will Jackson is in Jail at Mariannaas and his watch and ring were missing. New York exporter to hold his San in front of her for five mlnut,.". annual ennvntion of the. American
a result of a verdict of, a coroner's Anita business was compelled to buy The clock watchers take note of the Irf-gion to I'e held In Indianapolis, Ind. J ,.f
Strawberry planting is in full blastat jury that his father-in-law a Mr.' Contractors are on the ground to In Germany and deliver from Hani- time and multiply their futile motions. this full. 'I

Oldsmar. What is said to be the Stephens, died of wounds inflicted by! .Erect the monument in Marianna that j I burg to his Santiago customer. H.* Work begins when the Ilim General John J. IVrshing Is also to ,..-.'

largest strawberry plant order t'verItlvt'n lackson. The authorities said a dogowned is to be built in memory of the oldmen kept his business but the United comes on the job. His latch rcukfuxt bu! asked to come here In (''' / -. ,
in Florida is being filled for by Stephens bit Jackson and and boys who fought the battle I States lout it. and leisurely journey to his deck cost with the Fiemh goitorul. Their! AresCut.

Oldsmar by a plant farm at Plant Jackson killed it. A quarrel between of Marianna during the raid made on "A New York broker unable to de- him moro than estimated. nt llix fair would attract thousands J'
; City being an order for 120,000 of Jackson and Stephens is said to have that city In the civil war. Great preparations liver a certain uality| of newsprint Wise Guy Is not electrified when the of people. whit would have an % 141''
the plants. resulted! and it Is charged that Jackson are being made for the unveiling paper in Portland, Ore.' because of In some corner of the place the opportunity of personally, meeting; P j
fired on Stephens three bullt'tlll of this monument which is to the shipping costs from our Atlantic Doss comes on the jnb. He Is quietly two of tint world's most famous sal'l''.
+ One of the most artistic pieces of taking effect.A take place on the 2nd day of Novem I seaboard through the Panama ('anal. taking advantage of the best. hour In diers.Why. I

printing ever turned out of a Florida ber. Marianna will be decorated in I discovered that he could buy the par any man's day-the first In the ._ ______ V
printing establishment is the booklet controversy of several weeks' r'd. white and blue and one of the per in Germany and ship It all the morning. He docs nut car when I the yourself! over tin mooted 1"
''i issued by the Peninsular and Occidental standing between the trustees of special most attractive parades, ever witnessed way to Portland Ore., through the Doss arrives or whether he runes or worry to when the world will V, -
Steamship Company. It is! from I road and bridge district No. 1 on the streets of that city will bo I Panama canal for les shun half the not; he Is nut, working, fur the Hosts, id quoHtion You were us n..ll..re when. It was ; j
the press of the Record Printing Co., and] the Southern Bell Telephone Co., pulled off. Addresses will be delivered) freight: charge' from the American although everybody i-lsc, Includingthe
I 'r"'I'"I'' will not bu here "
of St. Augustine, which did all\ the artwork has resulted in the trustees making a I.y l prominent men and ladies of Florida Atlantic port to the American Pacific lions, thinks that ho Is. ll<< fete ( '" you when
t It blows .
I+ printing and engraving. I peremptory demand on the companyto I and elsewhere.: port :So: he filled the order with the his pay with the rest nut of the up.Dodson's __ ._
: remove its poles on the Gainesvilleand I German product bought and delivered name cash drawer; ho is busy with ....'
Sixteen hundred and thirty two Waldo road at a reimbursement ,' Curtis George of Fcrnandma had from Hamburg. And not the least. interesting tho affairs of the same concern andIs :
' acres of water bottoms near Pensa- : of $2 per )pole from the trustees.A quite an experience with a large rattlesnake feature of this incident Is. loyal to its I Interests Hut his real Liver Tone i3
cola have been leased from the state Tuesday. lie went to the the fact that the same steamship company employer Is quite of another ....rt.
for the cultivation of oysters. The few lawyers are getting what'scoming burn for some feed for the stock and did the carrying for him from It may WII.\ bo that ho is not aware
lessees are actively engaged in planting to them and the honest practitioners turned over some hay. He immediately Germany to Oregon through the Pan- of the fact, but the person for whom Killing Calomel Sale,
the water bottoms and a harvest are !glad of it. One at Lakeland discovered a large rattlesnake ama canal for less than one-half whatIt ho Is working! In Himself his rent

cf oysters is expected in the next two and another at Wauchula have under the hay and arming himself! wanted for doing the carrying for self; the self that lives inside and Don't .Inken or kliraU :ynurxdf or ...!II
:years. been arrested and put under bonds to. with a pitchfork he went after the him from our Atlantic seaboard tour commands his purposes. Not bin p.rljM :your .....1\1.+ llror. by taking t.,!. '
answer the charge of being members nnake. lie pinned the reptile to the > Pacific seaboard." pocket, mind you; pocket Is only a otlonutl which U quicksilver. Your

Frank Sanders and William Moore, of a gang: of automobile thieves, and floor of the barn but it would seem So, not only it BI'COmll. Is Germany crevice (In the ('Iothlnlothnt covers n dMtlur harmless. sells"DnAmm't Noah bottle Liver of Tone"pleasant under,

both of Ocoee who were convicted in Saturday a Jacksonville lawyer was that he struck the snake amidships, able to produce at a lower cost than man. Not what he gets in his pay envelope "'n tronolad nxmry-bftrJc> guaranteethat f"
criminal court on charge of dynamiting arrested for alleged complicity in a for the rattler struck at the man, hitting ve, but what is far more Important ; that is only money; It Is It frulti" the liver, .toinachkoweli and :
a negro home in that place murder. the pitchfork instead. The poi-! Is able to make transportation rates quickly spent and not a sou of it Wt r than calomel without sold.rash-
ldt-10 million bottle
tab
were sentenced to serve four and five Bon filled the air and the man was al) 10 much lower than we that competition can accompany him when a few days you ,
years respectively In the state penitentiary The extreme dry weather in theCocoa most blinded and made deathly sick Is out of the question. from now--oh, so very few days-ho
at Raiford, by Judge War- section coupled with the ncgll- from inhaling the poison. The snake Those, even "100 per, cent Americans passes through: the Veil to bo valuedfor eTQ VIC
low of genre of the growers, has caused serious had thirteen rattles and a button and ," who believe that the buyers what he has made of himself.! He drove's Tasteless chin Tonic i m.orns
Orlando fires both on the mainland and ; arid Vitality by 1'urifylnil! and
Energy
for his
was a very Urge one. He was killedduring here or in other countries is never going is working for himself own !
industry.It Merritt island. Merritt island has Enrlclilntl the blond. When you foci Its
Titusville is to have a new on the melee. to buy a "made in Germany" ar- satisfaction."If .
to twenty- suffered the most with the little town streegtheulug' \Invigorating rtTnct see bow
will give employment : U..le.. has small knowledge of the psyhology the thing I am doing wore not
and girls of Indianola standing thetn'eat..llt of service It liruiKH color to the five men and fifty women A London insurance company rompsto of necessity. The man who worth doing, were not
and will be in operation by October loss. Several orange groves were hit the front with a marvelous pxhihf had a full pocket arid plenty of work among the real tasks of the world," It lrul"VVt1I the appetite| you v ill than r
15. The finished product of the new when the woods! fire with a strnog tion of superlative nerve. It has lr> ahead at big for a while Indulged his life says, oven if his tongue dos appreciate lu true Ionic vulu..
cooked hardshell crab northeast wind behind it, swept thru th"hands wages not be doing It. is GrIIV,,'. Tasteless) chill Tonic IH simply 'I'
industry will be cured a citizen against injury at In of silk shirts. forty not, "I would Pay
200 trees. an orgy Iron arid Quinine suHpnndud' 'In syrup So
over
destroying
meat. them of his mother-in-law. well enough and ono must have it
dollar) bats, and twenty-four dollar pleasant' avon children, like, It. The I blt",1| |
working for more than a year shoes; but when he sobers! down-and in some form; but I get my satisfaction IUMMU QUININE to Purify It and IKON toLrirlch
Gottfried Schmidt, an aged man living After broken Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days he is sobering fast-he is going to out of my own wishes, from do- It. Destroys Malarial germs and
about four miles east of Fort with two bones in his arm pro- anode < Trfun.1 monrr I' PAZO OINTVrVT f l look about to sec where he can make Inloto the best of my ability whatever Grip germs by Its fitrmigthenlnri! !, luvitf-rt
I tuding Drury :Moon of near Clearwater ItUiltu. HUart 3lM>liu*of trmrufllnn I'1.! .
Meade was stricken dead by lightning in which loMamiy i.t u+vtt liohIM: Pike!l *ml IFIW' ,anntut'1.ur his dollar do its duty for him. It Is it Is that my hand finds to do. tiling Km.I.; 30rJ.FRIDAY qtl
: while he was on his way home underwent an operation : Ul liJt M;UCkUu.. AJ''






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