Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BOND::---- CAMPAIGNIS DEATH Mr. Harmon OF HARMON_Alderman_ ALDERMAN', of Lake ':' CLEAN-UP SQUADIN LAUNCHING OF BEA1KICE' JOHNS PART\-'--' Illinium"" FULL TEXT OF e'J';I ':


Geneva died at his home Sunday af- Little Miss\ Beatrice Johns, daughter : i '
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NOW UNDER ternoon at 1:30: o'clock, and was buried I' GAINESVILLE UNION COUNTYA celebrated of Mr. her und eighth Mrs. Perry birthday i I'? Johns Saturday , LAW\ PROVIDINGFOR

in the Melrose cemetery this afternoon -

FULL HEADWAY Mr. Alderman at] 3 o'clock.is survived by a OCTOBER 6-10 BIG SUCCESSCELEBRATION number afternoon of her friend by entertaining a BOND ISSUE ;

large family, beside two brothers, Mr. A number of games and contest
Basil Alderman of Melrose' and Dr. were enjoyed by the (children Lucille

ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD J. 1[. Alderman, of this city, and four NOW IN GAINESVILLE TO ASSIST ; AT I.AKK HUTI.KR John was the<< successful winner of a PROVISION) MADE) loll A {'()\l. ,
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AT sisters, Mrs. R. L. Moore! of State- .EX-SERVICE MEN WHO! WAS ATTENDED BY OVER box of stationery in pinning the tail COMPLETE SYSTEM (If' ROAD ''j r.t

COUNTY COURT HOUSE burg, Ga., Mrs. A. Morrison, of Marvin HAVE VALID CLAIMS |I 6.000 PEOPLE on the donkey, and Julia Cniiova received 1 IMPROVEMENT ; :,
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Ga., Mrs. William Lee and Mrs. the booby prize--a stick of''I '- )

An enthusiastic meeting of good Fortner, of Melrose. The Clean-up squad, sent out by Lake Butler, Oct 2.---The laum ,' 'I| candy. In guessing the number of I Following< U the full text of the ( g
roads boosters was held at the county The many friends of the family will government agencies', the Bed Cross ing
court house Monday afternoon at sympathize with them in the Ions or'j land' the American Legion arrives' in its county Heat, Saturday, October | won the prize, and Kldreclgo ]Robinson roads bond will be held l in Bradford
2:30 o'clock. Almost] every sectionof their husband, father and brother I I Gainesville on October 6th, und establifhecl I I was a jr> end success' in every wn- the consolation. I' county on Tuesday, October I8th: t tA

the county was represented at the Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal] and Mr. and i headquarters at the courthouse j The oftVi: '1 of the new county ni\ ]Punch was served throughout I the hill to be entithid: An act authorizing ,

meeting and if the sentiment expressed Mrs. Ogletree, of this city, were j I The nqnud will remain there until October now functioning and everybody ... evening, and towards tho close of the and empowering Bradford 1

there may be taken as an Indication among those attending! the funeral ,, 10th, during which time, the working harmoniously for progress party all enjoyed ice cream and cake. county, Florida ( as the same exists *,
of the sentiment of the county, from this city.-Gainesville News, members will work with one end in and prosperity of the latest addition The children hud great fun cutting alarge after the creation of Unman county) +
the election on October 18th will be I Monday.Mr. I I view and that end ia to get in touch Florida's extensive family of coun cake Owen Griffin cut the MIke to Issue bonds fur the purpose) of __ y

carried for bonds by an overwhelming Alderman was well known and with every ex-service man who has a ties.Tho containing, the thimble! Thelma Andrru building and hard-surfacing certain K'
majority. The general feeling I highly esteemed In Stnrkc. For a (I I claim against the government, and celebration] Saturday started the button, and Glenn McMillan roads. and A'radinllId improving oth- ,

seems to be that Bradford county has great many years he was a frequent I I set in motion the machinery to get off, according to program, with an the dime. rr road In the said' county; and to

waited long enough in the matter of j visitor to Starke, and a ]large number quick and satisfactory adjustment of address of welcome on behalf] of the Mrs. Johns was assisted In entertaining provide for a hard of bond trustees, s'
road building and that this is the I of our citizens who knew him as "I that claim.The 1 city of Lake Butler by Major Joe Hill and serving the children by and to invest the Raid trustees. ( with

time to quit talking and begin work man of sterling character will hp I paramollll't idea of, the cleanup Williams. followed by address of welcome Misses Inez Moist and Elizabeth Ken certain powers mind duties, and to pro.

Senator D. E. Knight was called on pained to learn of bin death. squad is to cut red tape that has by Prof. F. G. Schell, on behalfof clrlik. About thirty guests were present. vide for the use mind control of the t
to explain the law under which the ,j Mr. Alderman was in his 67th year, ''prevented hundreds of disabled veterans Union county growers, whippers general road and other funds collected -
proposed bond l issue is to be made. having been born March 13, 1855. He and ex-Rervice men in general and marketing association. In the Raid county for road! purr

He went into a full discussion of all I' had been an unusually vigorous, active frost rcccUing the compensation' chat A stirring and. able address by \Mr. ,i 'as. P .. ... PAo poses.
the salient points of the law, showing man during almost his entire life the government Is glad] to give. In Schcll \Moines of Seminole county was !'a.l.s -V Be it enacted by the legixlntura
that it provides that not more but prior' to his death was confined to this work the Red Cross and the I.e- delivered, telling of the advancementof '.. (:CleW ROADS MKE'llNCS\: : ; ">. I the State of Florida :

than $320,000 shall be expended on his bed' for many months. gion have every assurance from t hI'A'ov'rnm'nt his nnd adjoining counties<< and advising 't, ----- M That the following permnnent road
the hard-surfaced road across the Of his immediate family he is survived of complete awl,I wholehearted thn (people] of Union county as *> The executive committee apP I with nil neeeRHnry' permnnent brtl'!
county from north to south, and that by his wife, a daughter and four << co-operation. to the way to make Union county 4* pointed Monday\ afternoon at u 9"'t' shall be constructed I within the said a
sons, Mrs. Emma Fraser of Lakeland I Under the ] of campaign thosquad Bradford county, Florida( :
the remaining $230,000 shall be spenton plan grow nil his county and other counties meeting of the citi/c-nti of the ,f,
Messrs.' M. S. Alderman of of experts who From the Clay county linn (near } t
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the improvement of the main lateral composed<< hud done in the pout few years. 4' county has made the t following
roads throughout the county, including Jacksonville, II. G., Hiram and Angus thoroughly] familiar with every detailof *. Highland) through the town of Law- a
The barbecue) dinner was nerved at appoint nlt'lIt11 ut which the
the construction of good, Alderman, who live near the old homein the workings of the War Risk Insurance pro- 4'i I ley, :Slntkc:; and Hampton to the Ala. t, ,
permanent 1 o'clock. There was plenty for all t poneil bond Issue for good rouilx, dl
the Lake Geneva section! Besides Act and the vocational rehab him county llnej<< ; provided! that from f
He called
bridges. particular'
and enough; left on the tntilra to feud '" will be iliHcUHHi-il.< The citizens <5''I
attention to the fact that the these he was attended in his ]last Dilation net, will get in personal touch the proceeds of the bandy, hereinafter
personsliving us many more. Plenty of beef, mutton .- 't. of the coin muaitlex mined, urnurtird *
hours by his brothers and sisters, Dr. with man who has a cliim] or I mother izd:<<.el nail provided' 1 for, not '
alonghardsurfaced the road that is to hI! every
pOI k, potatoes and, In fact, sat!!. f to turn out to these meet' <$> t
would\ l ]larger J. II. Alderman, of Gainesville, B. J. who thinks he may limo u claim, I more t than $320.000() nhnll bn expended 1,
pay a cient of anything and everything, so f /Ings nnd hear' u discussion of the t *
Alderman, of Brooklyn] Mrs B. J. tae his individual upon the] said roiul. "helitl rand ,Is
proportion of the interest and prin. up ease ns an proposition I '
I that none was obliged to li-uve hungry question and an explanation of
cipal of the bond issue for the Foitncr and Mrs. M. J. Kennedy, of avoid ]lengthy and nerve 'd'i 1' to have a central<< vitrified brick( cement
reason a'
I ; if they did, It was their own the ]law providing for t tho bond,
that their lands would be Increased in Lake Geneva, Mrs. Alice Lee, of Melrose ]- and j or asphalt lavement of not less f
I fault. IP Issue and thus building of limn *
value and the county commissionerswould I Mrs. Laura Moore, of Statpsho- soltN., I than nine (0)) feet In width, with cnnient i
*> roails *
I The bund from Gaincsi : >
take this into account in equalizing ro, Ga., \Mrs Anna Morrison, of Barney With that thought in view the squad I university ., or stone curb.
vine furnished the music for the <$ Hampton, Friday, Oct. 7, 4 I p.a.
Ga. and Mrs. Sue Weathersbee in state in i ocand Out of any money that remain
the taxable values. It was also will visit renloiB every | >*' may Jjt
of Jacksonville.Mr. cnsion everybody hint a grand, m. from tlie solo of the bonds hereinafter
the southeast and before the campaign -
shown by :Mr. Knight that the bond
'I I good time, and there was no misbehavior Brooker, Saturday, Oct. 8, 3 4'4'1'.m
authorized and for the
money will be handled by a board of Alderman had been for many is concluded, every county in provided ,
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consecrated and active is believed in the crowd. I following roads, are to bo graded I and
bond trustees to consist of five members years a member the section will be covered. It -
one from each commissioners of the Baptist church The funeral that by bringing this. opportun. I After O.m5: >nrbecue dinner was over 4 Underhill sihoolhouNP, Monday oJ. Improved, the bond trustees<< may
county
1 Dr. T. S. Anderson and Mr. C. C. Ted Oct. 10, 7:80:: I'. in. <*> find it f .
district to be elected by the service was conducted by Rev. ity right to the doors of the veterans practicable, to-wlt!
der of Live Oak delivered addresses Sampson City, Monday, (kt.'S>
people of the respective districts, and Mr. Rawls, fo Tampa, a former pastor ' every man entitled to coinnensa-- ((1)) lined beginning at a point on L.
that these trustees' will be under bondin I of the deceased, assisted by Rev. ; tion will get it land fret it upeedily. on the Hubjuct of hog mining, on behalf #> 17, 7:30: p. m. <*, main rand three to four miles Ronth- .{{ d,
a surety company for the faithful Mr. Gibson, present pastor of the I, The squad furnishes the big oppnr.Jtunity I of the,Spotted Poland] China Hog New River, Tuesday, Oi .. t II I .>. went of Slnrke; and ]lending most. ill-
discharge of their duties as laid down Baptist church at Melrose. The service i for the veteran to havestraightened Growers Annotation.' They also had 4 p. m. '* j te<< <'t foil practical route IhroiKfh the S
I several of the spotted Poland China *> 'hrr'K8a and] Brooklyn, Wed4' town of Ilrooker I" the Duke. ,
"by the law that the trustee are to was attended by a large number out all his difficulties of 1 Feriybrldgp.
serve without; compensation other I of sorrowing friends, and beautiful compensation and vocational training i hogs:' on tho grimndH to show what the .*. neRday, October 12, ((1:80:: I''. in. / d '

than re-imburRement for actual ex. floral offerings bore testimony to the and medical] treatment right; at home. I! association is doing in the way of *) Lawtey, Thursday, Oct. 13:\, 4. 4 ((2)) Road lending from rand between .

pence while in the discharge of their ']love and I.'stl'l'l1In, which Mr. Alderman It is, as well, the chance of many to It"rowlngooel hogs. Some of tho p. m. <*. Hampton and Stiuke nt n point
duties.In was held. I I find out if they have claims and if hogs were Bold, auction unit brought/ to Rosier RchoolhouHe, Tliurniliiy, approximately, one-half mile north of
fancy prices. <*> October 13, 7:80:: p. m. .*, town of Hampton through I bo town r
I they have, to get them filed properly, "
concluding Senator Knight said GINS STARTED UP that will be satisfactory At the beginning of the celebration Ileilhronn Spring, Friday, 4' of Therpsmi to the Clay county line.
response (
that he had recently talked with tho 1"0 and Immediate.To ;, there wax a parade of the Lake Butler October) 14, 4. p. m. ,4, ((3)) Koiul leading, from Stnrkc tobung

chairman of the State Road Department Griffin & Johns have put their gin reduce trouble) ] delay] nnd expense : High School students' from tiecourthouse and that he had no di>ubht that with tho university day, Oct. 14, 7:30 m. *
house in thorough repair after the to a minimum, the squad' will square, p. liras] route.
If we voted ]bonds and got ready to do late fire. The gins were found to be furnish each disabled veteran who band from Gainesville, followedby 4. Starke, Friday, October' 14, ((4)) Road] lending from Stnrke to

our part we would in a I short time be greatly damaged and two new gins reports at squad headquarters, with automobiles, In which were seated' I II "?> 7:30: p. m., colored citizens: in *\> Conner ),ri.IIAhu;<< ) rued I 'lending
connected with the
great state high+ have boon installed. Cotton is coming transportation bark home and meals | the new county officials] of Union Reno. f> from Conner bridge<< rand south of J.

way system at Jacksonville on onside in by train and wagons, to be and ]lodging until his business is com- county. The band waR followed by n '"> Graham, Saturday, October ]10 M. Brownleo'si] farm to Long Bridge<< ,
and Gainesville the other
on and sold] to the firm, or ginned and baled.] pleted. boat representing the ]launching of 3pm. *, via J. G. Crews place ay
that Bradford would] then .
county enter The gins started up Monday and will While the squad Is In Gainesville' I Union county. Everything wall well Starke, Saturday, October IlL ((5)) Road leading! from a point on

ferity upon not an before era of progress dreamed and of.pros.He be kept running on full time through..' it will take up in addition to the affairs i represented The Woman' Club mem- ,* 3 p. m., open air meeting Rtorkn and] Long Bridge rond near

described himself] conservative out the season. of ]local] veterans' the affairs of tiers occupied/ booths' at the fairgrounds <> Monday, October 17, open 4' I ICIIerson Kelley ,place and run westerly 1
but as a ex-service men in Alachua, Dradford, I| where they nerved] hot coffee, Tuesday, October 18th, 1111 to J. G. Ccilson place, thence
said this was a time when we a very much higher loan value to' Levy and Putnam counties.U. ire cold lemonade and cold drinks of .?> aboard for the polls and u big could] not afford be too I
to conservative lands that aCe near good roads. Ho I nil kinds I i* victory for improvement and & from Colson place to Scout Hole ,
that we had reached the point said' that the' government authorities I). C. MEETING All the adjoining counties, including I progress t- I )bridge. <

where it is necessary for us to makea figure that a hard-surfaced road reflects I. Alachua, Columbia] Su wan rife, ,. 4. ((0)) Road from Ktiirko northwestby

forward move to keep from going its benefits to lands ]lying as Minn Etta Tlson and Mr. Luther G. Clay, and the old mother county of 4' 4,4' 4i4i'4.4a.4'a feJ4.4,4,4. Heilbronn Spring (Sundrmnn
backward. Ills eloquent] appeal to far away nt fifteen to twenty miles.' Powell entertained the W. T. Weeks Bradford, were represented and, In I road) to Redding bridge. Also from A

the those present to support and vote for Mr. Inrnnn is the ]local] representative i Chapter U. I). C. Wednesday afternoon fact, the celebration] was a grand success II PRESIDENT GIVES 1'110'1'0 crossroads nt Damon place to town
and bond he issue fell on responsive ears of tho E. A. Strout Farm Agency. I t from four to six. In every respect and! enjoyed by I 10 LAWTEV HIGH SCHOOL. of luiwtey. P ,

he was given deafening applauseas I He said that he could get people hereto i I The president, Mrs. Powell, occupied all. It WAS estimated the number of ((7)) Road lending from Starko Inn
resumed his seat settle up our idle lands and make ,, the choir and Mrs. L. A. Davis people] attending the celebration to On Monday morning the principal, southeasterly, ] direction about four
E. S .Matthews explained to the I big Improvements if we would build' acted ns secretary. After the business be between 0,000 and 7,000. I I.I.Hlv.. II. H. Bluck, presented) to tilt miles to Ivlil: ]Dee" place.
meeting that it was the purpose and good roads, but that men with largo : had been transacted, the chapter '',I The people and good citizens of pupils of Luwtey school beautiful" (5)( Road lending east from Starkoto r'd

intent of the law that the trustees capital to Invest in farming and in historian, Mill -.Aml'lIa Ray, Tt.nda ': Lake Butler and Union county are i I photograph, of the I.r esidrnG Clay county! lino known u*' Gri'enlove : .

should expend the npproprlntion of stock raising will not go into a section I paper on Charleston] Poets, Timrod, !I I (tching progressive spirit and | Tho photograph, is a t peronal gift (: SprlngH road. .
$230,000 In placing the lateral roads where the roads are bad. Hayne and Simms. L. W.Kickliter, j'i expect, to see the town nnd new county I by the president fuliuwin I/awlcy school (0)) Road leading from Stnrke
in such condition that they could] Messrs.' C. L. Peek, W. E. YarboroUlh and L. C. Powell each gave th..ha"- II advance with wonderful strides' and bear! the (', written )by northenxlcily to Clay county line

thereafter be worked and kept up by J. F. Kickliter, of Starke, A. A. ter $10] and W. T. Weeks $',, for I during tho next few years; and these I President' herding: known all Mlddleliurg! road; also mail l
machinery; that if the bond issue car Durelcn, of Hampton, Rev. Mr. Smithof i "To tho pupils of the Lawtey High
I, which the chapter extended a rifling' 'IB no reason why they should not 'raving Mill MuMleburg<< road just hl e-
ried we would get away from the Graham, and others made short |meek i grow, The county has Home of the I School with commendation for every runrung '

patchwork system that has always snappy, talks in favor of moving on i ing adjourned to meet in November best<< farming lands In tho 'state, and endeavor which makes for a better I euRt to Clay county line, known ea
prevailed in the county on account of and placing] Bradford county in the : with Mrs. L. A. Davis. there has linen organized a growers, I educated citizenship in our America n* Peek rllU'].

lack of funds to purchase necessary march of progress.An I, The hostessed nerved a very tempt. shippers' ''''Ill.\](.. marketing associationfor "WARREN G. HARDING." It is further provided that the said
machinery; that the sum of $230,000 interesting feature of the meeting ing salad course' during the social' half the purpos>-. /would] be sufficient to reinforce the was a short speech by Mr. John hour. I for the produce of'thia Rpction and I framed so that it may adorn the wall to keep all public' roads!, of I the

bad sand' stretches on the roads with Hodges' who is here in the interest -- whipping in car lots OthW..modern! of the nnnembly hall. Hiiid county in good condition, and In
clay' gravel or other material; grade of the Emerson Vegetable Curing pr "1KFTEIUAN I methods and improvement wlfl 1 fellow The principal and pupils are proudto their discretion they may use any Rur-

end drain the mud stretches' and to System He is now a resident of as fast as possible, which will to. onortdbythis beautiful gift. plus] moneys arising' from the snip of
widen and stump all parts of the Jacksonville, but formerly lived in Schedule t Sunday, Oct. Oth. mean much to the farmer and truckers the said bonds to grade or Improve

roads, making it possible hereafterto California. He told of the great progress Sabbath school at 10 a. m. of this section, as well as the ETHODIST any public road in the said county not
line' power scrapers, graders and made in that state' wherever good Sermons by the pastor at 11 a. m. towns in the new county of Union. 'r.-- herein designated after all those that
drags' for the upkeep of the roads. roads were built. In speaking of the and 7:30 p. m. There are quite a number of new First Methodlst,church:v Rev M. L are specified shall first bo put In good
Mr. Matthews called attention also enhancement of property valued] that The sacrament of the Lord's Sup. people coming to Lake Butler, and Smith, pastor. >Xi condition. ,
to the fact that unless] we do some' follow road building he told of a I per will be administered after the the real estate dealers report thot Sunday school at 10'a.. m., I. A. Sec 2. That there Is hereby created -

thing toward permanent road construction !I neighbor who opposed bonding for morning sermon. It Is hoped that they have a great many Inquiries f >r Davis, superintendent a board of bond trustees, to be
we will lose all, or a very roads and afterward sold his propertyfor all of the members will be present. ,property In this town and section, Preaching at 11 o'clock by the pas composed, of five member, each of
large part, of the automobile ]license at least three times its value be- Meanwhile let them examine themI and are expecting a good business. in tor. Subject, "Prayer." whom fthnll be" freeholder] and a
'tax paid by citizens of the county. fore the roads were built. ,I selves prayerfully. the way of placing new comers during F.pworth League at 7 p. m. Miss qualified elector] residing in the saM
This money will go into the construction At the conclusion of the speechmaking | The presbytery of Florida will meet the present fall and winter. Hilda Struth, president Bradford county, and the said board

of roads in other counties, and a campaign committee was at Miami on the 11th inst. ,--- ------ There will be a program of vocal of bond trustees shall be trust cos for
we will be helping them to build good: appointed consisting of members from I Prayer meeting on Wednesday at THATS WIIATS THE MATTER and instrumental] music for the evening all bonds 'issued under this act and

roads while we plod along with nothing all parts of the county and meeting 7:30: p. m. service, beginning at 8 o'clock. all moneys collected by the said coun-
better than we have had in the dates in the various localities were DAVID LANDER.The Starke beat the Springfield All. Prayer service' on Wednesday at A ty for road purposes.' One trustee(
past arranged. The dates for these meetIngs I Stars yesterday at Starke. The Starke p. m. shall be elected from and by cud
G. M. Inman read official] data show- are published ewhoie; in the man who i la true to himself ia boys piled up thirteen run to the ]local Public cordially invited to all\ ser -

ing that the Federal] Land Bank gives'''Telegraph] today. never a traitor to others. one-Times-Union. I vices. (Continued on Page .2)-)-. -









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r SistersBy eye otma h.-". under u* .' II ..*.-m. that tea >*->r- for ?
; "lie wmi well erne cia,." she l<3.kimpljr. a.o; alters tbe fetrtofcland patent M- Everything: QUAIIT

"ami the next-tbe _It. be nt1l1zg1a1.-r .... put upon the tour
didn't ffmr dnnnatalra. arid Ih.nC
Let. my adorable father didn't bueeinueb O
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salted" and wailed.. -..and about nine f '
mot...r-{he nTW did haw i iaotnehow.
o'clock I went ulrand be bad fallenhe
So Ann*' father, my L'icle for show
bad rall..oSI.e '
Vincent went Into It wltb him' .
..a. In tear a alo and Peter nothing
the extent of about three thousand
pat bit band out and covered ben and I I"Three
dollar*-
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f thousand "'..0,1'. .no bai'I :
tonal bare den going to call
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NORRIS some one." Mid' Ails. after a while i,,1 I been teanlbf forward earnestly astentRe 3 OUR IDEA in making
echoed: In relief
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they said, he nerer Buffered at aIL ,, THAT'S

lai This was Jaaoar)', the taut day. antiCherry Tbat ace alt Dad bad about | -the Quality Cigarette.
three hundred. Dad did all the worb '

._____ _--L got here the MOT night .lie and put In his three hundred and Cutie i
a.wwwern..w knew" a* both toward morning. And Vincent lu three Camels and look at the package !
a put thouwnd-I Why just buy
tb.t-that wa* all. Cherry aes here ,

.Ir for two week. Martin came and and the funny Mtig I.." Ails broke \ It's the best packing science has devised to keep
.I off to ay, mu,,lniiljrM; "Uocle Vincent ,
rent- I I"Wltere
I aa.lerfetily aplendld' bout It I m flavored for taste.
la, Cherry oowf I'eter ; ) ; cigarettes fresh and full your
CHAPTER 1.-With hi,. too dauht.n ID-I i i self remember him Mylnc.! 't>on'
I Iaurry
! Air and ':'..rr,.. the latter juav Nhuan lernjpted. 'I 1 Lw. rm iculatlnn on toy ; Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside
t "...r"Id and M. nlc. Ann. lor'torbtnekland "Hack at Red Oeek." Alls wiped
: retired. la livinr at Mill Val, o..o renixinaibltlty. not yourn."*
e/nnl .. her eye*. She hate It, but Martin and the over the end to seal the pack-
-". *." >* from flooD FYaiH-laco. i i "\Velir Peter prompted aa site ....- revenue stamp
His elol fn.tu) M ptr Joyce. _a... bad a tnA position there .'oor !I
ibm of i. rvtitiM. Vlaltlnc la On t.dfiltjr ':: and keep it air-tight.
It made .her ill. 11tated.V age
Martin Uojrd. tnlntns *...,nr. ftierry. i I i
H1.. They had written'
fan in lo*. with sad "":,..Uomee "Antie' Mlmp!"' a agreement
ngBC4 to CherrrrHAITKK then giving Uncle Vlnt-eut u about the
"A.n@ and Justin of rou,....." fete I' third And note this There's nothing flashy
Interent In the p.t.Ie'abould II
IIWM1 the f.mlr! la could' rot understand Allis eipreaalon. : that do not
pecuiatinc .. to Uayd InUfDIIonc Oi.er. be void. or put on the market" Camel package. No extra wrappings
She fell Iterit. atlll holding bl.
ry bM"". Mm to aui<(*r. practically announcing "11a i" Peter utruckVVtlcli
her. *....(.....". to htm.III hanj and lookll.& at the flrn.He ejaculated improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense
of course, .a> only a little

CHAPTER -Doctor BtrlrklafWl fM>). 'to-.Ved at tier with a treat rush while before Uncle Vincent died." Allx that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.
O rrjr li toe you,.. to marry an* urc..
tier to .alt. *t la.t a tear but the girl of admlrutlon. and affection. She was went on. with a grave nod "Thegrfcmnt

.......* Klin Into agreeing' to an unm.llataveddioff not only a pretty and a clever worn a lay In Dad. deck all these wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on
"' and tl. ar.nwny ak*. place Camels
the .ouJoI. lartf>r .t onco for lea Nldo. un ; but. in .her plain black with tide 't'ars-CaIlCJ bow easily he might

rticr. Martin !I. employed. newaopect of gravity and dignity' and bate burned It 11I111)"'. the time I Rut merit alone.

with new note of patboa and appeal he tlldnX George Kewall says that i I
rHAFTRR IV. Th* honeymoon d.1.
aver. O'.rrjr be 1na to feel a vavu dla- In her exqulnUe voice, he realized that I, Anne l I.. rlglit. They've' broken the ] Because men smoke Camels who want the

.....r.. lion wild, Martin and the monotony AIR was all extremely chanulus woto- i i mat." ,

of ..., deny .r.. au. ....'t-r. to the silence wbiatled es. taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly

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f-'MAPTRR V. At Mill J Vall y. JontlnI Itefore be aald good-hy to her, be prewl ely. | smooth
for Camels
Jttla. .become blended. Men smoke Camels ,
lawyer engaged to Ann
; "
him. lIe well "
the w.ddtrc" being set for tieptember, bad uitked her to marry "Uee-rusalem he exclaimed. '\'bot r f

1 some month diwiant. Aklx "' . Cherry remembered, her look of bright and I Ip ,I i I at Kl M'l and the tmo .irU coax Mar-, r -
tin into allowing cherry to co horn for If'r..I.d i aurprlite. I I| At the Ails lo
I I Ann a wedding.frlAPTKR' "!- ')ou mean to tell me you have taxed: down .t the Ire and shook her rem aftertaste.

foinotten )our lady Iota of the hoop heud

.. contract VI -In the peaceful her. father1 happy houClierry life", skirts and ,Iugl. ....'" abe bad de- "All he had !" she. answered, briefly !( Camels are made for men who think for them-

" there with her rather sordid e l.l.me at manded.
1 Kl Nldo anal realise that her marrlaceha Peter use silent looking at her la |
selves.
"
;. tern aomethlnii of a failure Doctor i ifUrlrkland .No.; Peter bad told her frankly tui>efuctloii. e i

feeling that. Cherry !I. not be. "1 fdmll. always late her In a'lay.' ,
/In* fair" to Martin in hat, the I 1. undulynrulohglnic "A I R"'" t. that Is.l Ailx: amended
'. Rut she lit married ; she never tulnka a
'I her visit after Ann weddlnir.
more cheerfullj. "Aa It1.' ."-weMiould
urine her to return to her husband ut ro.,. Alld I like you go. murk, Ails ;
the make preparation for her. departureCHAPTKK hue had more than thirty
I like tousle and cookIng and
our
thousand 81.1.,-@. At It I.... Anne gel 11I
Yry V11.-I'elerJoyce .U. Cherry trampa' and r.udlu.--t""eth.r. lsn'ttl.ut It all. or If not quite all, nearly all '.
r he ha* had one "jrrand paHBlon" In hi. a pretty good basis for mar-
(i. hr., but the woman .... not for Mm II. "Get !I" be echoed, ., hotlj. ")low do :
riage r'Nu I j I
1 dues not reveal. her nam. Cherry reJuluabar -.. ineanT" r1A
, husband. ; !" Ails hud IIn.\\..,"". decidedly > u ; brrgefND '

ItI 1'erliupB, If I Iere mildly In love with ")t Heeum to: he perfecllj J...... the
I,; L"H.U"rER Vlfl.Tn. wire' m.: .
young g'rl nrisuered. rather llfelenMl' HutInimedlutely
tit efocllon 'Increase. and there ,In an almmtt you I should tony. yes, lOud trust to ,: )"
4J| I
of sickness and something of her old feel.* I no anful 1'eter. In, the first' place, :
(flit -
t Ing for him return 10 t berry
renieinhered. ending the converBiitlun Cherry and I Btlll lime the tuiiiMlu :

CHAPTER X. In onu of lust quick moods of tile' nerond pla'e. I UIO nincltig' at tit !

I Irritation uk'alnnt. h!!,. If she cuuldu'ttake Kupbni'l' for five hundred a11'. timid .

Alexandra 1.k./lII.. coming. down anybody l or unjthlui,; .wrloubly. | Hinging other place stow uml 'then." I'
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY. Win.Ion-Salam. N. C.
the M..lr\\ oy of I.1 if vnlley (IOIIM* on tin lie had. stilt i ij; |
"In
Anjway, I'm jou're hom a ;
April evening' clmiccd) rurlouHly .,t lIe, I I'oor Alls-*lie' was taking life ..,.,1- I i'"ler". the. lidded.. I I"Hume

.' duu,. Only eight fi'clix. )but UK* ,list)' ouHly enough tonight; Peter ought! lU. I' .mignin. ," lie 1111.1'1'.1 l haltnngrlly. -

mil( been. ""> long and no quiet tliut aloe I be watched. h.r. I! ..aidhigh - --. - -- - -. -
"I should little) I .1"n"
had funclfil that the' h"u0" mush' "Ti-ll ahout he xald. I
J me Cherry
time. ton Man this -thl' moneyIecu sail) 'Hut: nllliouiili, : he In the Hear iuuuui' 1"11rr;;; :" litiKhniJT": +
/ hllJ.I..rl'tl who knuskldM \ th.
Inter, slid "Clierry la well, but just a little thin, 1 Anne. ?" "MI- '
turned" oter to
. I'eter.: late. .
no and heartbroken of Martin
, now, coume. ":-.t; t jet Nobwly; geta uri>'lhln "S...", H II She slay guy
until the estate' I I. rlenred-a )rur or mruck. "fre! .,t /Sand: i bJ st father, 1 I.
It to durkiM'MH! and) rain, and to II 11I,11IIn plue.ry 'long 1 .0 I ket-p*hoping-'' isle eves with her honest e"e. "rlII'tI ,,
more from now.' ere are Sulfa one of the richest men. In San I'YBUClltCO. I
a rulnroiit \\ ho'Ihfl'l.t'' | () tiff u Mpatlered '- "Hot-Kii'i make ,,"ocll" Peter said, ( ." go n\' u) naln'! Stay here. In the
Allx added
things to be thain. 't'
i cup nii'l ..t I daxhlng the *udn< m 11 from herje 1 know, It. Allx iiti-i-cd "Anil hei ,
Ilirhl. of tin Innip slue, ln-ld. Iimlimtly.with aeoin to! It'ft partly I Cherry everything worked out and
I "..Lid one la tl'.f I Iud"W. i It one or tinnli'ot lui-u. ," die. added i i1111.
a ort of KUII ot mirprlw'' slid I think" Allx: sold honeHtly. .She/ tlioiiL-lii' "lit-I' .been HO much
\ of .
he'll lov
I It !I" sours never really I IUU "
I''IIHUI'1,1'' stmP drepPr' "'lIollfln slims wan too '''uII reully. /Shu DU.ltrquite nlotie'!
) "
I lull. I'rxtilu. And I f..It---.b.
how am line
I "I' cuu't tell you surprised. ) "
net down tin lamp, und held out her xettlea down, or takes life Inearnest. ,".u, old' Allz I" he wildIttiDg
ut Anne," Peter wild."Well I felt 'loo tired'' und ttlniie. and tie-
I liandw gropingly'uud, : went Into his Hut lie's got; a contract now I
, we all wreel" Ails confesned. l 1.'t'M Ml l te inIT upon oiiiitmlutatloniuml down on the bench beside! her and
rum. II" InuitheO. JuyouHly all IIPklHsod for three und ao she Heetna to
jcarx "Hut It's Just Anne'a odd little ""It. dull.i H ini'l 'luinlly dinners will'the I putting his arm about I..*,. :She
her nnd fur minute they
a be renlKnliiK herself and she hams a "
t'@nl"'d'e1." she nilUed. "It was S.'wulls, stir. <-n<.li>i|. a little drearll r' q dropjietl 'her bead on hia khoiildt, and
clung t"KI'Hl'T."I'enrl"'
maid I 'believe. }
here, und she wanted' It. \\1'11-1 let )'. "I winnerI! I wiintiMl ililncn. inlime ftf b'uu t , d 1ii I Ie Ik no they Mil. very \still for a long ', !ID'
the! ""h"'ou sugelw'1u'n .She/ ', miiat love Mm, I'eter aulitnlt- .. ,
Hong\ go and aa soon aa I CUll rent .hI11)| --.ux. Ihe) rterehlif ute. Allx'a bund went to he "..n
did you urrlvcand u hut," )oudoltiKi ted. Allx 'looked nurprlHed. '
this" house, I'm going to New: York""Why : ; surd; 100"0(0.\ e llilokiMiliig."I . un
Shoulder mural her tightened
(tell 1 nil nhout It I lingers:
und HIP .
"Why not? she mnlleil. "I "iipposwhen I "
know-I know Peter raid
: dear girl
N'ew York
contented
my his and site bieutlied. deep,
"Uut Allx:-jt.ii're thin ,I" 1'eliT "ulc|. jou've hud ups and downx with '
; "Mi'cnu-e\ I believe I can make, a ><) in'iitlifllrHUy.| And for a while breaths like child."Stinu'LtMIy .
bolding her ut n nil \$ leiiKth. "And a mind been. rich and and a
man
poor andenerull thrie vv,use Klli-iite in tlie little lioumwhile >.
living I there. kinging' mid teaching wise Mr*.
endIle Kently touched the Mack Kick and well, and hale lived lu halfudozen Hie, rain fell Mcinllly 1 . the Mr ought, to
,;': ) wtrugglliiK vvlth llfel" she upon Gruuily, collect; abe. Mild, atlvrawhile.
she wore, and fixed purpled und I Itroubl..tJ different' pluses, you rather
dark ftnv-t without .and aonkedtTHiKlic .
I itnttut .
eyeu upon, lier face. "Alii- take htm for granted !I" ahe added. ,
nulnhf l
about lDdwhdu'N.
most of he I money--they urn uluajs. raven !
'
"We will d'fJI": 1. ttrundy, mydear
he asked. .,1.I.r..b..II11I..ly.For "Oh. think It works that .aT' >
you ,UIIII'w list In lrhl. uml. I Imagine that "Cnn yell put nip' up to '*
the
answer' she tried. to smile at Peter asked., with a keen look."Well I II I'eter xald, klsklng lapa
night lie' linked. lie Ilkeil
I lie reii-nii .ln< |lot nlile s lo huve 11 nieeiipurlfut'iii Ktidilt-tilj. IIIf
oft brown braid l trotting
him, but her thus' trembled and! herrj4' tlnn't you think aoT Aren'tlota her < "by
frank plciiniire."UnttiiT1 .
nnd luiiul. now IH be 'uutto!
hrluimml. "She' had, led the way of marriages; like that" u hand In bund tOIU"I..OItllld. ,;l'llI"g
ode knouH It I I. roiniuuind, I I get the : I rhlnk Cherry'a room I .
ourufKeii Aha lie .sure
,
Into the old lilting room. "\ on false ...Iarm.'ou quitter' be IU..rI'"t11)
hoUHe. nrul etiiHiuli to keep use \\11" ,mode, n[> frfi-li (out Monday nhc.
"You beard-about had?' Ails faltered nawereil. Allx 'laughed' a trifle guilt money told him ua his coiiMMit jeura ui.'u-loot )ouremember
,,lnv-- 1'. In New: York. *
|! fiij. II j "
turning to face Mm at the man ily. Also Hhe' nIlMI"d.'IlIh' a great! /She lied. If for if ,
Komi-night
tel. "l '" you \t limit lu gti, .Ulal" he .said risen a. "He did wish III" abe said, .und
MHof color that
Kpleiulfd young ulTerllmiHtelJ., HIH.1! aloe '10"I''If"" the old! Kqiiarepiiinii. : e* <
"Tour father! Peter tialrl. ahorkod. bur"t Intv tears.Continued.
made her face look Hetenteeu again. ,
"Y"M. I think! I do." she aiiMwered. where. clip. had. plncwl the lamp .- -'.' --;- .

'. "Hut hadn't you heard I'el. rr' "Your fill her left jou-aomuthlng, lint tier eje. uiitertil. "I do-ill aI, "I linvcn't (onclicd It-"h.-. shesold She Was Now Betide the Old Square: ( Next Week)
"My .' -my dearest child I'm Ails'" 1'iU-r asked presently, withHome Piano.
"n'll.v. xlttlne on time IIt"ol nnd
.
way, vhe iidd.il. 1 "That IK, I love my
r : Jon off the wtPnn1esI got In nt all t..llfln. flat
1 o'clock. I'd, been of all 111111:1111111.1 the thuuglit of tniiUiim uucc4' muwil. otlll plnjfnc softly. ",{fine Some means should be found of put
thinking she "la
you "Thut uimuered frauklj I with' her errs ntlU mnlllUK; on him'
the time and I suddenly decided to where Anne. comes In 't" I $. ." IN delightful to me. Hut\, of put 11 n i; hack the lilnj-'ed, cover. And a claiming ev.rj"iblng for her hnxhnnd.jou ting the unemployed back to work

crowi the hay and come traltlit on to "All""'" eourHU I IlleaiiH that I give up everyllilng iiiotnc'iit later her liumla. with' the a.- and I .here milking' of ind'ii death again before the winter sets in. If

the t alley, before'! I even went to the I Ifj. "Anne Dud JiiMln came straight I ,; tol..... 1 cjin'l: have home life, mind I Murnm-H. and i-ni-e of the adept drifted and Cherry mnrrled" Slie olghed."She's . there is any work the government
-and ,ihe. \.11.-.1'. )1'a"8. four of "
ti \ club or Kill my until Tell me-jour I over," Ails went on, "and they were Into one nf the tiring of the old day. / not happy he quontliinedquickly. wants done it should begin now. The
five till) way, I'll hale to give all thud .
f father really lovely DIM tor Younger and And, I'm '. T'o jou reniemlier the, day w* put same is true of the states and the
I She had, knelt liefore the hold George Sew a II were here every day ; Up. lwrotyeven the row tree l bark I........?" she asked. "She's not unhappy" he told, him improvement

I \ hearth and be knelt beside her, studthey you slush UeorgH were named aa executor : I And I'd ulvvuyn rather hoped that soy I "When MIIfln11" ltnn..t a with o troubled untile. "It'n just one municipalities. Every public

liUNled themselves with !loge; and *, I age no mixed up In pullclca niunlc "WIIH going' 'I" be a domestic vu- ger' And do yon rcinenitier at'IUI'1 of thfxte marriages that diin't 1 ever get I thus started means work

r kindling In the old way.' A hlnze aDd derdu and overdue taxea and Ins rlelj- She' Shipped ..", IIIL1g. but he we Rude hlRCtiltn' over by the anywhere I, mind don't" e>.r stop" she': and food 'and clothing for an increased

crept up about the log and Ails accepted tenet and bonds" Daw tinpain, In her even. "George : "I reineintier all the days,** he aniwercd added.. "Martin line. fault. he'* tmretiMinHble number of people this winter The

<< 1"1..,'. handkerchief, nnd I Toor old Allx. If 1 had only been Kewall' must kindly. linked me to mother dieil.mlrred.., and he tun ken enemleo.Hut .1 unemploye dare not looking for char

stood n tren.k of grant frt'in her "',1"1. i here to help ,you I" the man mid. And : III! sunup! m>u- NI" "lIulll"'". cuss "We d.iln't we nil thK, then." Ails those nn-n't fnnlti for which a'ity. They want work.


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. : OVER 150,000 SATISFIED USERS. MORE THAM 2500 IN 1 TTATE OF FLORIDA






USERS IN BRADFORD AND UNION COUNTIES:




J. L. Harrell Lawtey, W. F. Godwin, Lawtey, J. M. Brownlee, Starke, Lewis Ritch, Raiford Warren Whitten, Raiford, S. T. Dowling, Raiford,


J. H. Scarborough, Lake Butler, J. L. Brown, Dukes Hewitts Garage, Lake Butler, J. H. Wainwright, Heilbronn Springs J. S. Howard, Dukes,


'y !, T. J. Townsend, Lake Butler, H. B. Lamb, (Hotel) Worthington, Mrs. L. A. Duncan, Lake Butler, J. Townsend, Lake Butler R. Burrows,


Starke, G. W. Hinson, Hampton, Lorenzo Green, Starke, J. S. Griner. Brooklyn. r

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 192L

I'AGE TEN ___ _ __ ---- ---
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- owner knows by landing twelve. Th _._ --- --' '-. -. ..- U". ,_. -- L.. .. ". ..-- '-'I\-------w- ,O""d O"'IQ'" "I"fJr.: ; .. :':. !>i! ?:;- .,;; >f 1

,,- -- cat does not PORSCHE the usual feline

r: i New of Florida in Short Paragraph aversion! to water but jumps in without -

I m+rrr+ + +.rrr hesitation. Her method of fish

.. ii is to stand on the wharf a short
g
: \ LiSt t. New distance above the water und when a r

, < 11 small fish swims nears, she jumps I ir, ,

: '_ 'm...." fastens' her teeth I In the back of lhe


, I-: L'mm'T.. ; by Our.- :Exchanges.Wl - :. finny prize. one and swims ashore with hu FORDSONj


-
et -The first vessel of the Pensacola. last week in the hay galls. They got a With seventeen varieties of fruit i in

South Cuba Steamship company will bear in each hunt, but I the Indians his yard at Starr lake, it is the proud

drew first blood from each bear there Jacob Kirch of that section,
make its initial sailing November I 13:;. boast of ,
fore they claimed them and would not able sort of
to Cuban ports i iIt ( that he is to pick some
I ulviclu: the meat, because "white man fresh fruit from his trees every doy

N; Miami now has-a new establish | l.o suit] bear meat and make bear cats in the year. When he speaks of scv

;. ment where the regular price of pressing I Indian." They are very superstitious enteen varieties he does not count d

'ntM-and tbi several different varieties of orange
Is ten
proprietor trousers asserts that he is makinj I Indication of :questionable; : and i irregular He means entirely distinct and l separate .

good at the business. expenditure of the taxpayermoney fruits. Of -course, oranges and
money
:,' ,ir''" I amounting to more than $1,- grapefruit account for six months i or 5..u u 1

to the Ku Klux Klai 500,000, which amount is figured as i aI more of the time that he is able 'to I''i' rodron I nL1lv
Oppositon '
I"'I,. groups in South Jacksonville Is on(' I total ]loss, has been I discovered by thiJacksonville pick ripe fruit from his own tree, ) e 0 _
Audit Company in the but avocadoes ,
of the announced purpose of the I guavas, mangos
' nfTairR of the Italic Worth dralnagdistrict and several olhc
u 1'irlh Ward Betterment league, orgiinizcd plums, peaches
in that town. \ Hccorclin-t to II report of the sorts of fruit go to make up the to-

auditors sent to Governor Hardee and tal.
-
, 1 sme made public.At r
night/ hundred and sixty-one sit -r

dents arc enrolled lit the Universltj Hay Orrell. was seized in a Fort a

of Florida Ihis year, according to IIn Fort Pierce- a seine one and one Pierce hotel by u party of n1 Kk.jmen I

announcement by university officials half mile long has 1 been captured bj about 11 o'clock FrilayIhl.\ r

I i' e This number is II 27 per cent increasi' I the .state.. authorities. It was claimecbj placed] in an automobile and driven 1 1a to /

IJicou & Sons, of, Jensen, who ala)
over last )'('"r'* registration. :; point outside the cityhrru he wu
I claim: ownership of the! I boat. The net, I flogged and warned to leave town before f.

Frank Flynn, mining! engineer ol valued at morn than $3,000, was Rent BuiiBet Saturday, under penult;;

fl Abbeville, S. C., died suddenly while I to Tallahassee to be' destroyed; although of more serious coimequcnccs. Hi

bulbing the surf at Pablo Saturdayafternoon. it IH more than likely) it wil! was not severely injured and was ahlio '

\ Death Is believed to but be returned to Hicou & Sons, who] ( walk back to town. It is r'porled

been caused either by npoplcxy in liuxiit' it siiid, "controlled" everything I hut later he di'dared I his intention to1"'lIIaln <

acute Indigestion. In the fishing business in that there. There is no excitement i j i.ut .

.i inily, for many years. whatever over the incident. The patty r-

Itohert W. Coulter, 21!), of Atlanta, occupying two rant, was merely II '

died lit l1innrl I as a ,result of frtictuml, ( William Wingate, 23, a mechanic band' of private citizens taking the :.
.
I skull leei-lved when he fell out of fl employed by the Service garage in law into their own hands, it is belies

fifth story window of a hotel to I a South Jacksonville, received injuries\ i ed. It is reported that Orrell lin- r

1 cpment gallery four floors below. .1. Monday afternoon that resulted in hip been enquired/ / In a disreputable bum ,

J. Burke, lr., who was in Coulter! denth a few minutes later. A cut liens. Some months ago Orrell, to Power Demonstra-

4 loom at the time, Is being held, for down "Fordhieh ho was driving, overturned gellier with several other parties, wai I Farming

!invest Igntlnn. ', Ills the ]Hollywood road about arrested! on a charge alleging the

two miles from South Jacksonville breaking into and stealing from In- .

The city council! cif I Fort Pierre hn The injuries' resulting in his death) tciKtate shipments, and upon heir; V tloIiOCTOBER

I ordered for $*>!;,000 nn oil burning! consisted of a fractured skull, crushed held for trial in federal court, forfeited n

J. unit fur its electric! plant of 2!;>0 kiln I chest und ribs, which resulted I in bond.
,
watt rapacity, when! for only $10OIH) : internal hemorrhages. -

\ the council could have procured Ji A triple killing occurred in A road;! F4

steam turbine of 300 kilowatt (capac Of twenty tohiiecn\ producing state Saturday when O. G. Clark, former!)' 19th 1921

I ity. The taxpayers of Fort Pierce. in 1111! Florida stood sixteenth, with) of North Carolina, Shot and killed J, .

are suspicious oC a graft, of u considerable an acreage of 4,201, or a total of 4- I A. Timberlnlce, u prominent south W

.
1. sum. .1 473,21115!' pound. Kentucky tops the Florida attorney in his offlec there.

1 1n list with 631,0'W: : acres, or r.OIltrO,112! ; t then rushing to the home of his moth O'clockOn
Mrs. Lena lleatty will\ bo sentence I At 10
pounds, ; North Carolina second, and er-in-law, Mrs. M. F. Mount, at the

k' by Judge It. M. dill next Rntimliij. Virginia thhd. In 1914! !! Florida produced Magnolia hotel, he shot and killed her,

,i for operating an illicit distillery n'' 1InH! ( ;? boles of cotton froir anil then fired at his wife, who leiipcc .t.

her home on Xock street, in Tampa 110fifi2; acres.' Florida. was No. C ira from a second story window with hoi

She was convicted in the federal tour list of ten rice\ producing states, child! In her arms, the shot striking

and lias Hie undesirable distincllor i 1t.Wn39,1r.7/ l bushels from 2,34acres. her In the ankle as fche leaped Clarl Leeton Morgan's FarmOne
of 1'lnl.till! Ii rKt of, her sex to be 80 .
r then took to the street, and when lit
p convicted in that city.
saw he was about to be captured, fired .

According, to the Pensacola News, the shot that ended his own life.
The new town of Valparaiso, "f the movement of crushed oyster shell The trouble arose over domestic affairs mile North of Starke
which frequent mention is now mad
from Apalachicola Amounts to more
Timberlake h"inA'Irs.! Clark's
in the papers, is on ChoctawaUhei than thousand toim month. The
a
a attorney in a suit for divorce. !Mrs,
bay In Oknloosn county, and I is reached demand for this by-product of the,
Clark in in a local] hospital. She received -
by boat front Pensacola and\ by auto -
oyster industry! is always good, and no injury from her leap. Thr
from Cr..stvl..w and by the L. &
this crushed shell is used in
many)
little child, which she had in her arms;
N. railroad. Valparaiso is getting the < the bulk of the shipments from
I ways when she leaped, was unhurt.
some town, according to all re Apalachicola going to Mobile by boat

ports. I and from there being reshipped to all
Members of the Palm Beach carpenters -
parts of the country.
Grapefruit, shipments from Dad union erected a fourroombunltlliow
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county during the first week are totaling I in four hours, for the widow .
I Negro agents in charge of Farm
more than f>0 per cent for the and five children of Arthur Dan
l and ]Home Makers' school for colored show how
acme period of last year, according I people, by direction of the agricultural son, who died suddenly two weeks We are going to you

to shippers of that county. Sever 1 ago, leaving his family practically;
college of the University of FlorIda
hundred and twenty carloads have I destitute. Building materials arc being the FORDSON will Howell
I are producing interesting result plow.
been shipped since Monday morning,, the paid for by a fund raised by pub
by their method of teaching peo
with approximately 31(1( lie subscription, when it became
us compared
11.1". valuable lesson on farming
Many
carloads shipped during the first week general housekeeping, sanitation Known that Mrs. Dunison was without it will plow, what the fuel consump-

+1 of last year funds and obliged to move. The car.
tDeath and character building are taught in
; these schools. From the interest penters gave their time and labor;; tion will be how well it
acre
.
warrants Issued by the governors the painters, plumbers and electricians per ,
manifested by the people and the va-
+. of Florida\ since Jan. 1, 1101 I,, have also pledged their help tc
lied display of their work exhibited,,
+ to the present time number 192, and complete it. Supply dealers have cooperated handles kind of belt work.
it can be seen that much good is accomplished every
of the total 147 were executed. Governor by contributing generously
.; through this branch of extension -
!
Jennings issued forty-seven,, I toward: material, and $367.50 have
e work.
dr Rroward, thirty-nine, Cilchrlst, forty been given by citizens to pay remaining

a' four, Trammel! forty-two, Cntts sixteen I James Bright: :;;:of; the owners' of bills on "the house that \\'''At1'11111I ( Instead of talking about the

I mill Governor Hardcc so fur hall Beach built."
I the great Cllrl\ss-\ Bright ranch near

i issued four. !Miami, in Dado county, passed, thru FORDSON we prefer to let you see

i Dr. I. J. IJelcher, Tarpon SI1'inItR
Jacksonville on his way' to Iowa,, :
including $.IO ,(IIOO(
Build"lIl'rmils/ where he to gather and ship to physician, on trial for manslaughter
for the xonth of September, bring the goes with just what the
I
own
t total for Miami for the nine months his 1 Florida ranch several carloads of I in connection with the death of !Miss your eyes

bred cattle\ and thoroughbredhorses Virginia Turner, was found not guilty

of li'2l of to the within total a amount few thousand for the dollars entire .. pure und mules, that will make n I by B Jury in circuit court at Clearwater. FORDSON WILL DO.

valuable addition\ to the live stock Thejury deliberated! for about
1020. The first! nine months
yens now on the furm of 14,000( acres. The an hour. The physician was found
total :' ( Promise 1 I"
$3I.IIHIO.
of 1P2!
cows will be added to the herd of over not guilty of either of the two counts
held\ out for $5,000,000( worth of construction Lunch will be served. Ditchingwill
i of indictment returned against
100 pureb red milch cows that is now nn
the limits of Miami
In
city
nn the ranch and will increase the! him. The body; of the )'l1unWIm"n I

M by next January.Dr. dairy output extensively.The was found in a creek several miles be shown.J.

from there on August; 27, by two .
T. 1C.( Green of St. Petersburg l .
work of construction\ of the anal) boys; on u n..hinlJllunt.\ The
held in his ofllce by a man
was up ummmoth tent city nt Eau Gallic! has body exhibited a stab wound just
who forced him to write a check for
been! progressing very rapidly this above the heart and an arm was bro.
B and made him start with him
$3,000 week. 110lhun fifty\ mon are clearing )"'n. The body remained in a local
the bank to get the money. When
to
streets, erecting light poles nnd morgue several! hours before identifi
reached' the street with the man
. he working on a pel'feet sanitary system cation. A coroner's jury held she met
him thl'1hlA
at
I j holding a pistol pointed for the city. This tent city consists her death from a criminal operation.
for help. Apoliceman
he yelled
,
coat pocket
of 1,500 lots, each KO by 00 feet On Dr. Belcher was arrested in connection
responded and arrested the
Mich lot will be placed a tent for the with the case two days later. W. ANDREWS JR.
chase.
lifter
a
man
'accommodation of from two to fivepersons. ,
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witnessed It is estimated that at least
A remarkable sight was
5,000 people will be accommodated In
Wednesday morning at Panama City Dealer

by large,: crowds of people. Out In thin city of canvas as that many are DocUon' Liver Tone
already assured, and the tent city ,
the gulf an enormous waterspout oc may have to be enlarged to accommodate STARKE FLORIDA
curred. It was an immensely large .
other I Killing Calomel Sale
one and as it reached the sky a cloud

formed in the shape of an um -
was who resides in Bay-
Joseph Burke
1 brella. It lasted for about a half I' Dos sicken war -.1ivat. yourself or
view rank, Pensncola, owns a cat '
tremen sensitive liver
hour and soon afterwards a paralyse your by taking
occurred. The waterspout that 1 Is making. a local reputation asa calomel which 1* quicksilver Your
dou rainfall "fisherwonmn." Tabby regularly denier sells each bottle of pleaaant,
by
was the largest ever Been doe her fishing in shallow water. She harmlvm "Dodacra' Liver' Tone" under
Inhabitant I an ironclad, money-beak guarantee
oldest
the
four to half
usually catches from a that it J't'f iilat>* the liver, stomach ADd

of Souring d' ten small fish, but Monday night bowel) better than calomel without making .. .,,, ....., '. ... .. ...,., ,.. _ ...... ,....' ,,,"" .... -...,..-,. ,,,,\11.'
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.r! Will Ilendry and son, bear hunts established a record, so far as her you aick-13 million bottles old. c,. -j!,_::-.ft..::.:.0'.w...' .;.'.' .'_- !.""""""",' .! >JiI'IO""H"' :IL.t.< ,'''"'"!"!<...1'.c_ ,._....""" ,.."'''''__""._"'.".'..".._,' l.....,... '". ..;J w..,'
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_FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH__ STARK FLORIDA I'AGI Ei.nvr.N: lhr

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D >D HAMPTON known that Mrs. KXiQODDOnQt-K t QfJIDUOGDC) >QQ mru> sux ml : 55 yAK
funds and obliged to

L. ALVAREZBarber r -R. L. Crews visited penters 'gave their! ; 1 ;
: S. Hampton Oct. 7.-
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the painters plumbers'
0 : r J. P.his Johnson mother has at Highland recently returnedto Sunday. ,, clans have also pledged: f STARKE TELEPHONE COMPANY\ ey f G!
complete it. Supply
his home here, after Shop trip to South Florida. y I
I ji I j toward material, and ri
!> I I Rev. Srnyrer 1=: prencnea at the First been given by citizens ; r

8,t Christian church last Sunday. I, ing bills on "the We now have the TELEPHONE P j
;is the place to go for Tonsorial Work of the Latest D. "-. Moore, of Theressa, Was a Palm Beach built. b i al .
| business' visitor to our town this j and I he RURAL ROUTES t, t
!
Styles. Artistic workmen, finest cosmetics, up-to-date 5 week.

? and clean. Ladies hair cut. Best work, low prices. J i The W. M. U. will put on a play at I Let's haw (the HARD SURFACED. : ROADS i: {

| the city hall next Friday evening at
STAKKE FLORIDAWE FOR FINE STAPLE
'[,j I 7:30.: The surrounding towns are FANCY ( f? I
e cordially Invited to come and witness a
GO TO !
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Starke
i i I S. R. Swindel, of Theressa, was here I Fla.
j i on business Monday.
ARE BOOSTING FOR BONDS tri ij | The annual election of officers took i iI

jj, place at the Baptist church for the I t1V
! !)(\ (,)mmmmmcammm CIIUIIJmmIDClIJIDCrnmmmclllmUmmmmIJU: ) ,
|)KilffirB 3ffS' >ra3QMBft lIT [> Sunday school last Sunday.

|II J I Officers Supterlntendent were elected, A. M.as Williams.follows: Cash and Carry GRIFFIN & JOHNS r .

SLOAN'S :., Secretary, M. L. Watterson.nans -J
I CASH STORE REDUCED PRICES .
I\ No. 1, W. O. Duval. I <<

1 j Class No.2, A. M. Williams. \' : i Sugar, 15 ]Ibs.' -- --- --- --_________----_______$1.00
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1 Class No. S, Mrs. Allgood. IN Best White Bacon Ib. -- - -u.u.1-1

r Steam Pressing Club Class No.4. Mrs. K. R. Watterson. !it Hudnuts' Grits, 10 Ibs.' -- __u_________________ .2:> : 18

;:, Class No. 6, Miss Emma Hicks.OrcnnlHt. Host Meal 10 l Ibs. -________________________ .25 .
:>t Mrs. A. _*, Piifdoi.Trul White Rose Flour, 21 Ibs. ________$1.23:
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Is thing and found favor I'yal, of Grnham, visiting r
} a new from the beginIj[i:, y was' Full O Pep Flour, 24 lbs] ----________________$1.10

; ning. Our process of Steaming, Cleaning and Pressing I"i!}:I Miss at Hampton Hazpl Middle-ton thin week.of Starke, I Sweet Rose' Flour, 2.31bs. -___________________1.45 t

saves you money, for it makes old clothes look like !S,| was the guest: of Miss Ethel Hunt last! CHICKENS, EGGS ,I Kerosene: Oil, Gallon _________________________ .15 t

new. Quick service, low prices. Ladies can save themselves $I Saturday.The ER COUNTRY Irish Potatoes' lb. ___________________u____ A\\% ;
money and trouble by patronizing us. j most Important Issue ever before Roast Beef, 2 lb. Can ____ 20 '
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Bradford county voters-A good BOUGHT AT .

I. SLOAN, PROPRIETOR-AND BOND BOOSTER r j. roads mooting will be held at the MARKET ,
Hampton school bulMinAf1ext Friday WE STAND UNQUALIFIEDLY FOR ISSUING : :

STARKE, FLORIDAiflSssmisimffioaffiOGUfflffia 'IJ.Oct j. 7th, at 3:30.: BONDS FOil HARD SURFACED ROADS. r.r.p
| There will be speaking by Col. n.I 1
rn E. Knle-ht, of Starke and others. Fverylody - >mcmItJClmIDQlWmmCOWIDIDwlDlDt aroromroDm.C I t ?
try Hi WIWIiIDIDm! I
rr Invited to be present 'I i rti w

I Mrs. Matt Hall of Theressa was ahusinecs WE ARE FOR
t ti
visitor. to our town Monday. Phone
,
Griffin & Johns
j r I Dr. Parks was a professional visl- .
I tor to Louise Friday. i
I
,I C. A. Birt and! family were the Smith's Garage
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS AND guests: of his father, W. P. Birt, of tdr
GROCERIES. HAY AND GRAIN Alachua county; Sunday. STARKE, r
| Fred Cloversettle, of) Thprcssa, was
n visitor to Hampton Saturday For ServiceEVERY
Men's Boys' and Ladies' Furnishings of all kinds. :: I' .T. F. IToIJ..pr'hnll recently been a : :

Up-to-date Goods at Lowest Prices. business' visitor to Starke. ,

""" I Mrs' McNcnlv. Hho has been the
Buyers and ginners' of cottonIlijihrtprices! ( paid V" '
guest of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Henry -
for country produce. returned to her home at I St.=: Pc- B. M .1
: VOTE CAST FOR BONDS FOR HARD t
terftburg. I'
f:1::
'I I| Miss TCthrl Hunt, who Is attending : SURFACING: THE ROADS OF BRADFORD COlIN.I .

"I'hoolIt S*' rke, visited her parents I TY, I IS A STEP FORWARD( MAKING'I'IIIS THE
here Saturday. WORKS FOR ( MOST NOTED) COUNTY IN FLORIDA.
OF GOOD ROADS.
Ir.1 r.1 IN FAVOR gi gi"II1 : I Mr.\ Youncblood! of Theressa, wasbuainrds ANI CATERS;; TO r
I a visitor! here this week
IIDQiIl.IltlJjJIJI.IDf'Jr.jl'lfjlJflIDrnJClltlIreIOIDIDCII: : : ) :IIDomCIf'IDjill/ !, I I FARE OF. THE : :! :! ummmmmmmmmmmcDC1lCDWcomlDC I j

,I "I I SAMPSON! CITY
i _____ CITY
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!Sampson City, Oct. 7.-Dave 'Rileyof
J. W. White & SonWe -
FruhanT made a business trip here j BARBER :
one day last week.
I Mrs. R. N. Crews spent part of !
"I last week( with her daughter, Mrs.\ W. I HOT (: SHOP'! y
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deal in nothing but the best in Staple and Fan- II. Slnnn. i''i ,

cy Groceries, Candies, Cigars and Tobacco, Fruits, and : Mrs R. ,Burrows spent' Thursdaywith I COLD) !: STARKK:, FLORIDA) '
her sister, Mrs W. H. Sloan. i
: Country Produce. Trade with us and get the best to : FRUITS I II
Smith Jones, of Waldo, Is I )
be had, at lowest prices, delivered free. We also deal i: relatives in Sampson this week.visiting I NUTS HUll three good barbers who will give you a Shave, :

in latest improved Implements, Seeds, Etc., for Farmers :t: Mr. and Mrs.' Jus. Reynolds, of I( Hair Cut, Massage, Shampoo, Etc.: according to latest,,, :

:, and Graham, passed! through here enrouteto CANDY Styles' Ladies hair cut. Clean nice Jllal'l'Vl! solicit c

Ie Luke Butler. your patronage and ask you to I II <
:q' ,: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevatt and children ,
'rr attended the barbecue at Lake i ( f
Butler last
Saturday ,
WE BOOST THE GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT rilfr.QDQQiCJCtG1CU3 Messrs. It. Cason and Hogan Smith 'I HELP US PULL FOR ROAD BONDS :
I
,
r made a business trip to Graham one COME TO mn" I
day last week
,
q M'irecaacraaiigwgsnfflEromi +7Ctm IGlmDEmIDQfmIQIDmSDmmiDdik34h!] ) c 1 Mr. and! Mrs. Jim Varnes and Dock! ING AND FILL UP ':: : / mlflQ c r

Warren spent Friday and Saturdayat
Starke, guests of her mother, Mrs. THINGS i

: MINER'SJewelry A.Miss V. Myra Varnes.Varnes and Smith Varnes i Hoover Bros. Studio iI {A,

spent Sunday here with relatives STARKE .- I
Mrs Ed Smith and children, of I II STARKE:, FLORIDA i t
rj Store I Gainesville, spent Sunday afternoon
j here with her mother, Mrs. Sarah C'I
t Jones I Turns out the finest photographs in the State. ,

WATCHES, CLOCKS, FINE TABLE WARE Miss Nona Brown and brother, Come and inspect our work. Nothing 'beyond our ca

3 JEWELRY Fate, spent' Sunday with their aunt ,:: pacify in our ]line. Our prices as low as consistent with ,
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur artistic product
I
Is one of the oldest firms in Starke and has won Brown, of Graham. c
Jim Thomas, of New River, spent .
the people's confidence through honest dealing.
Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. i
Carl .
Wynn.Mr. WE ARK BOND BOOSTERS, AND HOPE YOU ARE
and Mrs. I. T. Thomas and children c
ALSO, BUT WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
of Brooker, spent Sunday with ,
IN FAVOR OF GOOD ROADS her daughter, Mrs. B. M. Harris. !'". WHETIIKK YOU ARE A BOOSTER OR NOT. 1
,
Smith Varnes, of Starke, spent W. A. BESSENT,
Sunday with friend s / ) ( ( : /lwaIIDCDIDIDIIIlImmmmml(
mrommn
"f liDmmmmw 30)sanDjaaiBC) >ci3saCJwiicifDiwCW7Kr( ) ) ) I i
Miss, Irma Thomas, of Brooker, f
I J arrived last Sunday and will attend .
our school fur a few weeks.. I CIGARS C. L.
Peek i !
JON E SHARDWARE ; nuggar Hampton Jones Friday made aflf.rnoon.Tho,1' a business. tripto I TOBACCO j

attending the barbecue at CANDY :
Lake Butler were Messrs. J. A. J.I I
& SON
McPinney, Ernest and Volley McKinney COOL {

Roy Goodge" Mann Robertson, POOL : ,
and Carl Wynn. :/ '
Mr. anti Mrs.! Claude Brown, of [, "
Headquarters for everything in the Hardware and : Dasher Ga., spent) Sunday here with r: Real Estate Agents j i
,It, relatives
House Furnishing lines. Headquarters of Farmer $(i iIC Vann Williams, of Jacksonville, is I STARKE, FLORIDA 1

visiting his mother, Mrs. John Hall. i
Brown, headquarters for B Mrs B. B. San.lere, of Atlanta, On., r Have for sale] improved and timber ]lands:' in Brad t i! V*,

t: is here visiting relatives for a few IN FAVOR OF nON ford County and all parts of Florida.] We can sell you I .

days. I IPlemberi I .I a small farm as:' well as n large ranch or saw mill prop- '
THE GOOD ROADS MOVEMENTSee : .. GOOD ROADS
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I I Jj. osition. We began business in the early 80's and have
of the Palm Beach
us when you want Wagons, Harness, Implements I' union erected a tourroombunlral.w carpenters yet to find a dissatisfied client. ,I
Agents for Empire: Lumber Co. Choice lands
!
Tools, Builders' Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, all In four hours for the wld- on
i ow and five children of Arthur Dan- : Kingsley Lake
kinds of Utensils. Snyder will be on hand and attend 5! icon( who died suddenly two weeks I r
\ll, ago! !leaving his family STARKE, .
practically
It \i WE BELIEVE IN VOTING FOR GOOD ROADS .
I., to your wants. II destitute. Building materials are being .J,
I !, paid for by a fund raised by public I I'I I BONDS ?
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 7, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELJJ GRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA .
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t PAGE EIGHTli"l" .---- remembered, however, that this croprequires the cattle raiser is loser in proportionin very smooth in finish.-Feniacola
; oaoc
: :=jfti-iB -- -I M-I 0 -iQC3CC3OlIf a fairly fertile Boil that Iscapable the value of the hides when sending Journal.To.

o. oco- of retaining moisture. An them to market. : --4
Farmers ::
: Ii Bradfor'dCounty \ application of fertilizers will insure a "Beside the loss In the value of ', Cure a Cold tn One Day

better yield. There are a number of hides," Mr. Warnock continued, "the lake LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE IT.hlm. .

*=! oC po t oc varieties adapted to our conditions, cattle do 'not bring as good a price on Cold top*tflffi-wJiiti f W.: CKOVf"end Headache niiuiatun) and oil cads Work tut* aI.:I..

do of the railroad men an I unnah and we have very little idea as among them being; Fulghum, Appler, the market, for cattle infected with
fend or any I
UNJUSTiiATES injustice, because I know many of to what it would cost to bring it Hurt, or One-Hundred Day, Winter ticks cannot take on fat, and the meat 'k wttmtva, >n1t L'ICtIDmlr";II'III".1IIJc.1I .x

i them personally and am constantly I beck \ Turf, or any of the different strains has all the nourishment sucked out COFFINS & CASKETS

with tht-m. A Comparison of the so-called lied Rust Proof varie- of it and is tough, making it hardlyfit I

rivaling. in The Tribune, "Think for a moment how the truck ty. Winter Turf oats Is a good Variety to eat." i And a Full Line of ,-<

WORKING AN INJURY "The little hum aroused story much indigna- growers of this state suffered during for grazing. The other varieties I Mr. Warnock said that he had been B Undtrtaktrm' Supplitm 3

t 1 however, railroad men, all of the last season because of excessive which may also be utilized for I brought up on a farm and had all his
lion among some fr.llt'ht'rate... Many of them were absolutely :; produce more grain. I and that I AUTOMOBILE BEARSE.Alw.7. .
I regn.t."Within pasturage life made a study of cattle,
TO STATEPERSONAL which, of course, Take one hand. The best service -
financially. on
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ruined bent time to plant
Florida the
In of West
1.1 the last ten or eleven years Carload of hay I I he believed that this portion at the lowest prices. Spe-
the railroads of this case as an illustration: October or early November. The seed Florida was a paradise for cattle raising
attention to telegraph or.ens. -
I have given Kansas City to cial ;
or eight thousand solid was shipped from should be sown on w..1prl'pared\ soil but that until they were free of Registered Embalmer.
l? EXPERIENCES OF state seven material and it is but natura'I Bradentown, the freight charges being at the rate of one and a half to two ticks there would be hardly any sale

THE r.UOWEKS AND SHIPPERS cars of have some interest In freight $!)O. The same car was loaded bushels to the acre. The seed may be for cattle and the ukil vi 'ic of the DeWTIT--C. JONES
should
to the
with cabbage and returned broadcast end covered
CITED 'either anon hides would hardly pay for the care
rates and service. I shipped I name territory, the freight charge with a heavy harrow or dine or put in and shipping of them. On the other STARKE FLA.

\ A few Pvening-ego J. A. Cnldwell.\ "Some eight months Savannah ago for repairs, being seven or eight times the freightcharges with a grain drill. Under average I hand, a country free of ticks, the cattle axretmlPlt ttII1It'IiJ anti

manager of the two crate a locomotive to made for the hay. conditions the crop will be ready to raised would be practically a "pickup" ,I cur--
general After manyweeks :
I dropped into on a quoted rate of $250. "Because of this condition not only four months after its I II HabitualOrI'nlpetton:'
manufacturing Industries, Savannah, with graze three to for'with the excellent range cattle In 14 to 31: Days

our office to renew his subscription it reached freight charges. thousands but millions of dollars planted. i could graze the year around an.l ."LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a speciallyprepared ; -
$800 the
his name placedin something over worth of vegetables rotted in I I beI for HaLitua'
to the Pilot nnd have refused to pay the I II every dollar they soH: for would SyrupTonlc-Laxa ve
Highlands County Messenger My corporation fields. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS Coiibtipation. It relieves promptly but
the they tofit.
the consignee I for M to 21 days
told
taken regularly
short and have suffered greatly should be
mailing lint. lie remained a charges The locomotive "Fruit growers I i Another piece of leather whith1! r. induce regular action.. It Stimulates' and.
unreasonable. rates tn
i time to chat with us and in the courseof were Savannah for some from the excessive freight I Marion, -Our farmers are 'ordering : Warnock showed was of an inferior "e lIlales. Very Pleasant to Taki 60tbrr
: subjects of vital was held up in but they are surviving. tick tree:' and was Iwttle.
conversation upon adjustment of the through the county agent two carloads grade, but wait ,
i of Flor- months pending an that if ask I
importance to the people was "It is a safe bet you of genuine Rust Proof oats from
whole, us rules. Meantime, my company I railroad officials for "
different
gave three
ida and the nation as a considerable Texas farmers. Matthews
B. Z.
information which we believe hiring an engine at a this engine rates in some unusual commoditymoving I __ \ J. H. Williams -c- .
some while I
i along to our readers.Mr. i cost to do the work, some distance that you willget
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should be passed busy was being repaired. At the same three different rates, and then it! Oxceola-I have just made a surveyof COMPANY
f Caldwfll, although a very I II creating traffic for the the different communities where INTER-STATE REALTY
economicconditions time we were either of the three
close student of I is doubtful if one \
I man, Is n and particularly of freightrates railroad. I will utick. 'I truckers are growing fall\ crops. Thegrowers

I and railroad conditions "I 1 made two trips to Savannah In "Recently I have been going over, of eggplants and peppers will llf| you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
ltenerUl-\\ adJustrd.Finally be able to ship in carload lots this
i ly, and the information he an effort to gel the matter 1 dome freight bills inherited by one ofthe I on vou.
subjects was practically as follows we got the rate down to $42G. corporations with which I am con- : fall. I
these effort ,
t After some further delay in an nrrtd' and I find that in shipments I will get out the second edition of its
: \ Realty Company ;
.. "Recently I had an article in The to get the rate down, I received notice moving from Norfolk, Va., to Avon I Ir Tolk-Growers are preparing to The Inter-State GUIDEAug.

"" Tribune," said Mr. C,dwell, that the engine (worth $10,000)) wouldhe I'III'k us much us $10 per hundred was spray for whitefly and scale. HOME-SEEKERS
I Tampa r
'old I
. "in which I quoted from a magazine I Ij sold nt a given time at an hnrgod.. I advertisements' of millions of dollars worth of property

j I I called the Manufacturer, published in I II horse sale' unless the freight was I In order to get the excessive charges \Valton-Our poultry association la 1st, carrying exchange throughout the United Slates Canada and Mex
I. sale
for
listed or
r \Philadelphia. I made some referenceto pnid. I back we must take the matter up preparing large exhibits for coming If have property for sale or exchange list it with us at once. '1 h.
lo'lIettle: No- ico.
, 'j' of some "We of course, hud with traffic bureau and pay 40 I you commission listings. It will be our hard
of
to wages paid to employes I some I fairs. We are destined to be one advertising tests you nothing on
I'' of the railroads of Florida. The figures body yet connected with the railroadhas per cent. It is almost useless to file the state's leading poultry counties. luck if we fail to lind you a deal.InterState |

quoted from the Manufacturer' given a satisfactory explanation a claim against the railroads direct. A I II

", wore absolutely authentic, as other I of this difference in the quoted ruins rate, claim will got pigeonholed and die of II Santa HORa-l\1any farmers are 1 I I Realty Company Schell BuildingLAKE
, under some I,
papers had used them and they were I except to say that old 1111.\'('. having their hogs inoculated against FLORIDA.

i'i I'' taken from the records of the labor of the Interstate Commerce Commission "We nil know that the governmentIs cholera. Club boys are gathering extra i' BUTLER, UNION.COUNTY,
; r I believed the railroads had nothing further now Retting ready to present the .
board. As to what I said, heavy yields of corn.l1anutt'eTruI'kers .
ij' because the to do but comply. This transaction rnilronds with something like $5,000- !c'a'! '
( to he absolutely correct, < several Vov' m"c! a Ir : :
1 facts were given me by a man whose has cost this corporation without Ono,0'f' At the same time we are, are planting Diy IH Hnrliirtinn I In Prlrps if you order your fertili'zer

doubt thousand dollars, yet we are told there i is. hope for reducing tho '
had reason to no issued. Plenty
I no lists !
integrity I for the just
Is still in SavptnOfQn0l7mCtOtlpltll1p0y9t9iDCtSOEtCtmf21i1CtIIItOttO full crops, or preparing land without getting our new price
I'I'I d surd I did not intentionally wish to of redress and the engine freight rates. interested spectator in planting. We are receiving unusual of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilisers! In

. "I was an co-operation from local schools in tho I sect,..des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
rf I I Washington about a year/ ago when I
deLalPnptnt!
32Di1! > CO.JACKSONVILLE .
lffilx6Ci dub work. FERTILIZER
:! : : : an effort was being made to brinij the O. PAINTER FLORIDA

railroads, the public and the labor unIons I

: f! Manning's Cash Grocery Store to some kind of an agreement Alachua-F'air interest Is gaining) Get. Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"

I of labor momentum _
"Snmuel Gompcrs, the lender daily.
I
: Sells the nest Groceries at the Lowest Prices. : would not yield a point, und the, riaMg I'.1TI1 tfll'ZOTtith'r :: : '
mHllIDJ11ljmmmmmmrnnmmmtJl1JJCft:1ml1lH1w.l
'r i I thousand dollars\ for advertising )rye
Give us a call and Roe for yourself II' mooting adjourned without accomplishing Ta'lor-A
this raised in u I
anything."I county was I.
.1. <'. MANNING; STAUKE, FLA. have been a laboring man for 31 public meeting in the courthouse here i

kt. ye.irs, have worked for ninny corporations I Thursday. Many farmers are preparing I A. D. ANDREWS CO. f

III:LI' THE GOOD; ) KOADS) MOVEMENT and I believe! labor should havejut their cribs for fumigating the

and fair compensation, but I 1 I corn with carbon bisulphide. I RAIFORD, FLORIDA 1

tGSritirf: RW)1WWt'u'mI :, think that the United States chamber I
)
: ) ) : '
and chamber of Ornnge-Many seedbeds are already -
of commerce every :\ and
Cotton Gins ready ,
commercein' the United States should 1 planted and several are up. We now have our Sea Island

I Am For Good Roads arise in arms and tell Mr. Campers,, Large number of farmers are Irrigating have commenced ginning cotton, and are ready to buy will

I" with his following of three' or four ; their groves and truck patches any cotton that comes to our gins, and believe cotton
He-cause I know the curse of bad ones: and : : bring good price. Cotton is opening up pretty and
,4 Why million people, that they shall no 10n-\\ Planters are optimistic for a good a the
I :: here is of good staple,
the blessings of good ones. I ought to know. I vulcanize rot dictate. season and for good prices. white, and most of it around weather the far- I

tires, charge batteries: soil' tires, gas and oil, : "\Ve have a truck farmer in this I: better cotton is handled it in and usually the better the better price it willbring. :
\I: twelveor E"cumhla-Th organization thisweek men have to gather
I and know the cost of upkeep of cars on poor roads.: If state, as un example, working of truckeri' association nt I I( '1
his
business because fourteen hours a day, paying a '
::1 we had better roads 1 could do n better Walnut Hill which will be incorporated I
} Now : tuber, buying fertilizer, crates, etc., We also notice a great reduction in the prices of cot- :,
travelers would come from everywhere. 1 the total of these organizations \
:; ':: nnd getting little or nothing for his brings ton goods and other merchandise, we have been ceiling.
don't dare to come while railroad men, or at to six. In addition there ore yard.
they
: products, Sea Island Homespun as low as five cents per
:, least some of them, are making two three farm loan associations in the
: Hut whether the roads are good or bad, for good! days in one."The . county, as well as a poultry assoela-
yard
: "' Good Check Shirting at lOc per
: service come to us.STARKE wealth of this country, the tion. *'

I ,' greatest on the globe, comes out of I, I( Good Hickory Stripes 15c". "

VULCANIZING WORKS : the soil. Those of us who do not I Holmes-Most farmers at the harvest Good Blue Denham 20c. :

till the soil are almost parasites, so season are finding themselves :. Good.Apron Ginghams 12 1-2 per yd '
U. BURROWS, Prop. r much better off than they thought!
i to "pellk.I I Good Indian Head 25c per yard :
drift into the they would bo a few weeks ago. jlI
f I "Are we to finally $1.75 yard
(Jm! mI11IDt'IC; ( s :, Good Taffeta Silk per
:1: QWmmcrClllmmnrulrJJ1)r.jmmmmm.lIDmruflI6lUIDillmQlmmtmnmr.: : ) ;) < ( '"I con-Ittine of Starving Russia, or shallwt c
yard :
k '" the farms?" Suwannee-The corn crop proved Lobe I:' Good Belding Satin $1.75 per
protect
The "Royal" Meat Market :: Mr. Cnldwell has given a good illustration better and larger than lust year's,. !: Crepe de Chine $1.75 per yard ::1

of the stranglehold the Several carloads of hogs have already "j: Mercerized Poplin 50c per yard ':

ROYAL GEORGE; Proprietor railroad employes have uuon tho people been shipped.( More hog feed in this Beat Blue Serge 90c.. "

of the United States. Within the county than there are hogs to eat It. :ji 40c.. ;
India Linon
Western: and Florida Meats, lams, Sausage, Sparer next thirty days two million of people : 15c r.
:; :' wi1IItnrvl'\ to death In Russia, and Keep the home Ores burning this Very Best Twill Outing
"
Ribs, Game in Season within four month, this number will I winter. The coal man needs( the Mottled Outing Blue 14c" I

I Everything in meats. f: be increased to twenty million. Wo mon<,y.I Cotton Flannel 12 l-2c per yd

This is the oldest market in town and is noted for I rend those, appalling facts with butpassing I Curtain Goods 15c per yard:

low prices, good meats null quick delivery. We solicit KI'f Interest, for the poor Ru i- Some people never worry over their. Indian Linon 25c per yard u(
faults. They too busy gloatIng
continued patronage and t thank you for past fav11 ; stuns are so far removed from us own arc "
your their .
realize such conditions. over those of neighbors.Uo /:
that we cnnnot
ors. Now we have just received a full line of new dry
to have the whole low also nice line of men '
woman cares goods bought at these prices, a
If the farmers of the United States
I I' world at her feet. She does not want and boys suits, also all styles of boy's and men's hats and
I'A1'OR OF GOOD) ROADS) -ARE YOU wore the cense producing, which they
: IN
WIm to admit that they are so large.
g"'I must eventually do unless they can caps.

i produce with profit, it \\0111d .'\\tot be Shoes at the
of
stock
II line Dress Shirts good
nice a
I (I.Ch'. i I' would There is plenty of room at the top A ,
long before starvation confront and
IlI''IC1I'f'Clml111mmmcmmnammmmllmImmmmmmm.mm.mmmmmmmml.1n) ) (:: : nf the ladder of success, but the top reduced price. We carry Stoves, Hardware, Feed
I some of our own people. Unless won't come down to you. Groceries of all kinds. We will sell you the very best

HULL'S STORE .. an adjustment of freight rates in ..--- flour right fresh from the mills at the very lowest prices.

node, and thnt in the near future, our rICKY HIDE: NOT GOOD LEATHER Now we carry in stock almost anything that the people |
farmers will begin, to raise only what '.
GROCERIES THAT ARE FRESH. for their necessitiss l wan to.- i
1 FRESH tl-ry require own
belowcost & end the so-called "parasites" will\ be We will be glad if you will come to see us and buy
fair. No goods offered at and Tells of Effects of the sell what you
Leather Dealer and us
r I Our prices are confronted with starvation.-Avon what you wa tj: buy, you can
to bait you so that we can FIX you on the balance \! I'.irk Pilot. Parasite in a Financial Way bring to sell is highest market prices.

and : We can "When Florida cattlemen 'realizewhat
chickens eggs
want
rises
I of your order. We When Cj Chickens Eggs or any produce
i l'I.ANTTSF: the ticks on cattle means to >.i, ,
Prices on fencing lt WINTER GRAZING for
shelled ready for market. We thank all our customers
if it here.
) use corn them financially\ they will\ no longerfight anywhere rises
i 3 anti galvanized iron roofing are off and you can afford : : the tick-eradication proposition" any portion of their business they give us.

i c to"1"iv them t now f ff' As the autumn months draw near, acid C. D. Marnock of the West Florida We can grind your corn'buy your cotton, ship your '

4 ; Ue are otlerinn, :', ck roof paint under factory tho subject of winter pasturage becomes Leather Company, No. 20 East Potatoes, buy your Eggs, and Chickens and pay you the t

4 'V cost. Lot of odd saucers and small plates lc to 5c/ important and timely. Those Garden! street, Pensacola.Mr. highest market prices tor all, and sell you goods as cheapas
f' Warnock brought to The Jour- business come to see
who possess well filled silos are fortunate any one can, and we want your ,

'4 each. business and appreciate the ,I II and have not so much to worry nal office a piece of leather about six us. ....... .
C doing a nice This I
. We are inches in size.
surfaced : about, but farmers with no such sup- by twenty-four
hard
trade you are giving us, and if we just had ply of succulent winter feed, need to leather was tanned from the hide of

f. I roads so that we could get to market we could do pet busy, says E. W. Jenkins, district an animal that had the cattle tick.

still better for you, and we could all do better-and agent, agricultural( extension division \{The piece was rough; and had smalldepression ANDREWS CO.
t white blotches over agreater A. D. 1
too.
or
while I think of it, I want your strawberry plants, University of Florida. War- '
,i ''z One of the must common and satisfactory portion of it. This, Mr. i

''k I Respectfully, I means of providing this feedis 1 nock said, was caused by the cattle The Brick! Store Raiford, Fla.
kind he said, I
this
winter tick. "Leather of
I : by planting n pasture crop '

c NEWELL B. HULLjiOTiinnigHiEropciTOiiMMr1 I of oats, rye or rape. Oats is usually "brings: 50 cents a pound less in and the ,, ":n"rrlWlli i 'RllUmn.JWI, .mwdlll
IICI a the most satisfactory. It should be market than tick-free leather, 'tt.lIPI"Jltml"'UUllHUmm: ='al"wmamnoJlli
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OCTOBER 7, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PART NINE q
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BROOKER i town Saturday. Freeman Shaw cut his arm to the Among those who spent Saturday own estimation what can you exp".. i furnishing his own applause wAnd .
(. at Lake Butler" were Messrs. Tommy of them? '. "
Mr. Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was bone. i - '
Hrooker, Oct. 7.-Prof. A. B. Shaw ': a visitor here Monday. I Jim Mott, of Worthington, was attending I Oldham, Jack Padgett, James Reynolds still, the; :tent of time is not always 1#' ':

spent the week-end with his family ,| C. J. Crews, of Bradford, was here to business here Monday af Prank and Viola Reynolds, andi Many a man spoils a /good joke by on time with the test .
at Gainesville. ;> Monday afternoon. ternoon. i Frank nnd Huffy\ Abornnthy,John and

Mrs. Jno. Surrcncy and son, of Mrs. A. J. Pinholster was in town Frank Malphurs. of Cooter Pond, I j Alfred McKinncy.j --. '- fl. '

Graham, spent j Sunday here at the I'h"T'l'in Monday afternoon.M. was in town Monday i Mesdames" Frank Abernathy, John

home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Matheny and family attended M. Thomas and family of CooU-r I' McKinney and Miss Loll Moody and GENERAL INSURANCE : l
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Ji. T. Oslcen. church at Dedan Sunday Pond, was here" Monday. Jack I'adgett were among: those in J.

Mrs. Osteen, of High Springs: is Inez Abernathy has accepted a KCV. J. W. Woods and McLelan Lake Duller Saturday.Miss HAROLDC.WALL "'.
posh
week at Bell. I Rena Thomas of Waldo, In
here on a visit with her mother, Mrs. ion in the post office. spent part of last
i I and Herman and visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Dora I
Emily Abbott. \v. M. Moody sons,
Rex Thomas of Cooler Pond, wa STARKE I
FLORIDA
Eldon Baxter and sister, Edna and In town Monday. Percy, of LaCrosse, were" visitors to I Barry. It
P. M. Barefoot and daughter town Monday. Messrs. Rufus and Percy Jones wore : I II
Mm. ,[ R. A. Weeks is somewhat improvedat FiRE, LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE t
Inez, spent Thursday afternoon at Ln- Mrs. J. W. Surrency" of Bradford, visitors to the county seat Saturday I t t
I this writing.J. was in town Monday. I Mrs Kquilla<: Dixon, H ]>. Wasdin I
Crosse. ,
S. Forsyth is moving his family : ,
Rosa and Mallie Surrency, of Pine Bethel Colnon, of Pine Hill, was here and IA'Ro're visitors to Starke -- ,
I to Juliette this week. We hope themUC't'l'RII
Hill, have entered school here. in their new home Monday. Saturday. > > > ommcoIDnlcnIDr.MrIt"Mf'1I'r.mC\ClCJClmccU") ! m artJ :\ ;o 'r i'
John Pinholster returned home Sat Mr. and Mr*. J. E. demons and O. \\'. Dyal and Ruby Dyal spent" flcnC1C1C1lDm

urday from Quincy for a two weeks G. n. Colson has purchased a new son, Alvin, spent the week-end at Wa Saturday in Waldo. ,.

visit with relatives at ZifE. \'. I Ford touring ear. teroak. Messrs. Riley" Wasdin and Percy ( l") (
J. Lewis of Ziff\, was in town Eldon Baxter spent Sunday afternoon Messrs. Robert and John Lewis, of Bevels were business visitors to Jacksonville

:Monday. I at Pine Hill. Ziff, were here Tuesday morning. Saturday 'n :
,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter Secber Edwards, of ZifT, was in Cotton has been Belling here for the Wiley Kdmondson of Sampson, was

Ona Rita, of Gainesville, spent here" early Monday morning.Joe past three weeks, the prices ranging here Sunday. ritL: _ ,, ';
the week-end here. Kelly, of ZifT, was in here on from 6 to 10 cents per pound. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. nY1l1, Ruby and l

Willie Mae Oliver spent the weekend I Tuesday.J. Messrs. G. W. and E. M. Hazen andfarni1i1.11 I Lee, spent Sunday at Ziff with T. P. __ I
E. demons and son, Alvin, were association at D'a1. : : -- -- -- -
at Pine Hill. I I attended the jIT : 3
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Berne Thomas of Woodlawn, spent I in Gainesville" Saturday. Wateroak Sunday. I' Messrs. Jesse and Marvin Ogden/ I . l lElberton
the week-end near here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Luke Drawdy, of Lacrosse David Dyal, of Ziff, was in her and Truby Pyal, Minxes Neta Starling ij *

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. passed through here Tuesday. Sunday. 1 j Lois Moody and Uunie Craves Blue Georgia Granite"THn
Eldon Baxter motored to. Worthington j spent Sunday afternoon at the Sink '
Truman Thomas, of Graham, was STONE mtRNAL"And lj ,
in here Saturday. Monday afternoon. IIItlTlSII TUell:ilLES IN .INDIA ,. Ho),'.
Among those attending the har1 e- R. P. Lewis" of ZifT, was in town Mr. nnd Mrs. Durney Dow ling of GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades make .l

cue at Lake Butler Saturday were: Tuesday. The revolt in India against British I near Hampton, were here Sunday en- e ,
Fred and Lucian Hazcn, W. A. Cros- i:' It. \\', Surrency and son, Bobby, of rule is attracting attention and there j route to ZifT.I MEMORIALS irl .. '

by, S. V. Andrews, Dr. Collar Eldon Graham, passed through here Sunday are many who think that the British I Lucy Prevail, of Ziff, was here on 4 i,
1 enroute to Bradford empire is about to lose the largest business Saturday afternoon .
and Walter" Baxter, C. N. Shaw, !Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, Edna Baxter" i i i Albert Shaw was on the sick list possession that any nation ever had. I! The senior society of the Christian Renowned ', ,\"

Mesdames P. M. Barefoot and I. W. last week. It may turn out in that way but If it Endeavor reorganized Sunday night FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand : )
Pinholster. I I Truman Thomas, of ZifT, was here does it will not be because England with fourteen members.The I'

I Monday attending to business. unhampered elsewhere, could nol officers are as follows: EVERLASTING ENDURANCE ;:.
Lucian flaxen, of Bland, spent the
week-end with his : News was received here Monday hold India, but because she is so busy Frances Murrhee, president.Will I "
Mr.
parents, and
Mrs. G. W. Ilazen. stating the" death of Mrs. Dukes" of elsewhere that she cannot spare the Jones, vice l.r"lIid'nt.Equi1la Three essential factor to be considered in buying monuments tl.
Graham, who is a sister of Mrs. Emily Strength needed in India.
Mrs. Lewis, of Miami, Is here on i Dixon, corresponding secretary. are. BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
Abbott, of this place. The entire com- On the other hand It may be said !
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Abbott RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this :comb;. p:
with Mrs.
munity sympathize that if India were really in revolt-all 1 Bessie! Abernathy, secretary. I
Hazen. in her loss of India-no nation could keep her in Jesse Ogden, treasurer. I nation when buyingour material. nu

Mrs. Grady Kelly and little daughter P. M. Barefoot was in Stnrke Mon- subjection. In fact the English could I Subject, Sunday night, Oct. Oth, COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP. I:
Maurice" of Gainesville the
,
are never have acquired control of Indiaif "How to Improve the Meetings of ourSociety. i
guests of friends and relatives here | day.Mr.. Boyles of LaCrosse, was in our that had been one country Insteadof I I ." Matthew 18:19-20. John treading Manufacturer of the! SouthField I
this week." i town last week.R. or Special Representative,
many and united instead'of divid 4:2.1-24: Pastor. 1
O. W. Thomas was attending to business 1 A. Weeks spent Tuesday attending ed. Under" the circumstances not even I, Come to C. R. Sunday with suggestions W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA. ,I IDQmClmmCJmjCltl'lfmml II

here Monday. to business in Starke. the strength of the British< ovl.'rn-I on how to Improve our meet ,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Hodtre, of Now Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andreu, ofJacksonville meat was needed to conquer India. It inJr.I ) ) :)
River, were shopping here Saturday. were visitors here Sunday was the work of a trading company. I Song. ,

Iris Brown is on the sick list this afternoon The East India Company added that Sentence\ prayer by all. e> i>}t3t OttDiDWtOmQImClA11DNL9gID41l9mlpCitlniimttldt9t9G1Ci1iDtOf)( mQm CtINDNIDNA! Shy

week. I Myrttt Morgan: left last week for imperial domain to the British em I Luke :12-19: Jesse Ogden.2nd .
Mesdames F. L. Colson and R. J. Miami, where she will visit her mister
j Timothy 2:15, Kthel Ilyrd.
Oliver, of Pine Hill, were in town on Mrs. Louis demons for while, pire.There
a was not only a number of 2nd Timothy, 24 26( Trof, Revels.
last Friday. i Lawrence Sharar, of Pine Hill, 'was nations there but all were divided into 2nd Timothy, 4:1J.: II. Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver" and son in town Monday afternoon.G. castes so that unity of action was impossible. 2 Corinthians, 0:1-13: Bessie Ab- MICHELINhas
Lewis, and Fred Hnzen spent Sunday M. Beville is haling his house I Tho East: India Company ernathy.2nd 1
afternoon in
Starke. recovered.Tilery conquered the country with the helpof Corinthians, 4:1-8: !, J. R. Neville
Mr. and Mrs. Mills and children, Thomas at -the
spent Sunday nome tribes} against/ others and 1st Corinthians, 14:1-4 1: 10, KquillnDixon. : overcome commonest
if Graham, spent Sunday afternoonat ZifT, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Grent ItiHaiti haS held it by leavingits I -" ( causes of lira trouble
the home of E. T. .
Stewnrt.J. B. Thomas.Mr. native rulers with the
they
powers W. J. Jones, leader. I
S. Forsyth of Juliette, spent the Parker, of Ziff, was in town I hud held.I Instead of a conqueror, Song.
week-end" here with his I r rj
family. Tuesday morning. England has been
a guarantor. All Christian endeavor, Wednesday lit
!Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowoll, of Alti- Mrs. G. W. Jiazi'ii and mother, Mrs. admitted allegiance: to the British 8 o'clock. Come. MISFIT TUBES .

chug, spent Sunday here Lewis, of Miami, were visitors here crown, the rulers of the various stales I i

Jim Mott, of Worthington, was in Saturday afternoon. of India received a guarantee of the :i Who would expect to find tho old
town Friday. H. P. Gainoy and Walter Baxter stability of their rule by virtue of tho sufe belonging to the famous Filipino

minghnm.Mr. and Mri. Jno. Kt'II of Bir- were. visitors to Miller last week I overlordship of Great Britain, and 1 itinurrerto AguinaMo located, in )l-'lur-

Mr. Bryant, of New River, was n British rule became desirable to the i'i ids ten miles from a railroad and still j Ordinary tubes are simply straight pieces of tubing '
with the former's mother, !Mrs. R. .T. visitor here Tuesday. I 1 hUrlior classes. I'
which in
pfiforming the duties for
Kelly.J. T). Y. P. U. serviced which must beforced by inflation into the h
Don't :
forget At
the
same time It provided for teas made? In the little postofflco atAllcnhurHt
J. Morgan and family attended next Sunday night at 7:30: and Sunday the lower classes< the, only protection < on the Mosquito Lagoon/ : ring-shape the casing.

church at New Hope Saturday and school Sunday afternoon nt three they ever had and. England/ held' India ten miles south of Oak Hill, can be I This results in wrinkles which in turn lead to
Sunday. o'clock. j|I I by giving It better i
'
a government than seen any day, this ancient relic which Ite
Edgar Sparks, of Mounteochn, nt- Mr. Prescott, of Ziff, was here on it had hud. As for tho liberties of thepeoplethey I hits held many thousands of dollars, pinched and torn tubes.

tended B. .V. P. U. here Sunday evening business' Tuesday. I| never had nny-they nl- I from which the old rebel paid off\ his i Michelin Tubes, on the oilier hand, are made

The members of the Baptist church ',, tamed a closer semblance to liberty' men. The safe, at the time of Its capture II I ring-shaped. like Ibe I inside of the casing itself, and
Messrs. A. A. JIazon, Claude Cros- held a meeting Sunday afternoon at i under British rule than
I' they had ever j by old Commodore Allen, founder -
by, H. P. Gainey, J. E. demons and 3 o'clock al the Baptist church. I I (Iron met] of. I of Allenhurst held the of l hence fit perfectly without wrinkling or tretch-

I.. A. Brown spent Monday transacting Irwin and Wiley Thomas and families Under British rule the Hindus have the band who followed, and served pay under ing. Naturally Michelin Tubes last longer. Let

business in Starke. of Cooler Pond passed thru here I attained some semblance of self J this notorious outlaw. The old 1 u* show you the difference in shApe and wearing

Mrs. J. D. Baxter returned home Sunday rnroute to Wateroak.Mrs. ernment and this makes them hl1n OV-I strongbox is made\ of steel, but could I qualites between Michelin and all other makes.Smith's .
Monday night, after" a two weeks vis. 11. P. Gniney and children attended for more. They would get all they hardly be call'ellire'pre'lf' and, in about
it with relatives in Dublin, Ga., and Wateroak ( '
church at Sunday.Mr. desire if they were united or .could five feet high and about three feet
Jacksonville.Mr. Shackleford] of Lake City, was unite. The fighting men of India are I wide and deep and the massive door
and Mrs. C. M. Andrew attended in here one day of last week. Mohammedans and if the
independence -I has three locks! which must lie, unlocked
the meeting at the F. W. B. church Messrs. H. P. Gainey, A. A. and of the could be
country
by three keys and four combinations -
Wednesday night B. F. Hnren, Claude Crosby and A. '' fI'hll"v-1
ed they would rule it with which similar to those to be) Garage
John Shaw, of Cooter Pond, was in B. Surrenry were among the businessmen I consideration than tho English are
found on the lock boxes of the average -
town Monday.Mr. in StnrKo Monday. I i, The other classes know this IIhOW.j poHtofflee.. a {'
and Mrs. Irvin Thomas and son A. B. Shaw spent the week-end in more thoughtful of thorn do not care : STARKE, FLORIDA .

Orrie! of Cooter Pond, passed thru Gainesville. I to jump from the frying pan into the Never mind what; others think of I i .
here" Sunday enroute to Sampson. '' Uiiby Edwards, of Bradford, entered : '. ,
fire.But you. If you don't measure up in your Q('JwcnmmmmmmmWClIDCJlDmmWlllmmmmalmmmmUlcmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmQl'[)ClVlmmIDII', ,,
The meeting which held at De- school here
was Monday. I the greatest division and the .'i..
dan last week was a great success. Claude Crosby made a trip to I greatest source of weakness in India - -- - ,

Much good was done and a large Worthington Sunday afternoon. is casUCaste distinction there Is _-_-_-_-_-_""'_ ICII' ...I\R. ..! .. ioOIiJ .
crowd! was reported, at every service. Willie Mae Oliver, of Pine Hill, greater than that between the races 'I"

I.rther" Hazen, of Jacksonville< was has entered school here and is staying of this country. This is the greatest
in town part of last week. the home of her uncle I.V..
at bar' to unity of action that could l ex- I
Mr. Matthew Kelly, of Ziff, was Pinholster.liev. ist.-Times-Union. ''i'iI.

in town on business Saturday. !.' Crosby, of Starke, is conducting VICTORY BONDSWe
Jim Mott, of Worthington, was nt* a revival meeting at Dedan church GRAIIAM
tending business here Monday af this week. Everybody is Invited to

ternoon." come and attend these services Graham, Oct. 7.-E. J. Murrhee

J. C. Groover, of Graham, was in Inez Abernathy has accepted a was a business visitor to Waldo Mon-
town Monday. position\ in the post office! day. I.
I>r. Tribble made n professionalcall B. Y. P. U. will be conducted next Mr and Mrs. John McKinney spent

here Monday afternoon.J. Sunday night }by Group One. All Monday at Sampson with relatives." are in position at this time to secure (for our customers and J

R. Eddings: of Gainesville, was members are Invited to be present Robert Groover, of Ziff, made a (friends little than (for Victory Bonds including the inter-
in town Monday. and help make the B. Y. P. U. a }better business trip here Tuesday. a more par j ,

R. P. Lewis!, of Ziff, was attendingto union. Mesdames Walter and Willie Edmomlion est that has accrued since the last interest period f(

business here last Friday. Mesdames J. B. Shaw and J. S. For- of Sampson, spent Wednesday \
the Bonds and the other issues
This refers not to
only to Victory -
Claude Crosby and Lucian Hazen syth and little son, J. W., attended at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
were visitors to Cooter Pond Sunday' church lit Dednn! Monday. McKlnney. of Liberty Bonds. We can handle the other issues, hut onlyat

afternoon. I Mrs. Emily Abbott is on the sick Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal a (figure considerably below par.
Mrs. Johnson and children are visiting list. were business visitors to the county
: relatives in Lake Butler. School is progressing nicely, and seat Thursday. All persons who wish to convert their Victory bonds into cashare

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and children new pupils are being enrolled. every Miss Nona Brown, of Sampson, was invited make of services.
to use our
attended church at New Hope wc'k.Mr.. the 'ck-end guest of Mr. and Mrs ""
Sunday. and Mrs. T. C. IIar.cn and ( Arthur Brown. I I

Seeber Edward and N. G. Hayes of dren spent the week-end with 'hll-I Messrs. Irving and Truby DYltI l I

Bradford, were in town Sunday afternoon tives at Raiford. spent Friday afternoon; at Hamptonon
'j Miss Myrtle Morgan who has been business.

Mrs. J. II. Brown, of Pine Hill, was visiting her brother, L. Morgan, of Mr<. Prank Beville was the weekend I BANK' OF STARKEFRIDAY
in here Monday afternoon. I Gainesville, returned home" last week. gust of her parents at Wachutta.

Claude Crosby made a trip over to' Sam Mott spent part of last weekat !

Eland Friday afternoon. the bedside of his father, C. Mott, Mrs. Joe Padirctt! and little daughter TilE BANK OF I HELPFUL SERVICE S7ARKE. ILA.

Nan Thomas, of Ziff: was in our of Hague. I !)<>adie, of Ziff, were here"
town one day of last week. !| C. M. Andreu and son, JIarley, of urday shopping. saT-I E. S. MAT 1EWS FW CEO. C. WHITK.: Cashier,

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren, of Pine Bradford, attended church here last Mrs. Autumn Younjrblood, of \
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Hill, were in town Saturday. Sunday. d... wee a business visitor here Frida\ i

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;: rtl"lUrn (uutt: ) it1tJrlph I : >t the find road makes It possible to I weather. The bridges: must all be J'ecfally. For you all are now one DeWitt C. Jones will furnish s>,n
build others.! And then.it is a fact passed over slowly I and some must be PROSPEROUS of us. For years we men have labor. his fine Coca Cola for the pica I

1 ePublir.hed I too, that one public Improvement tested before a heavy auto dares venture ed right smart to !rh'e. )'our rights. we'll all have a fine time an'i h,
weekly find, entered as I leads naturally to others. Take the ;: to cross This state of things Now you can vote same as any far- the first hard road to Stare r II.
second class! matter( at the putS town of Starke as an example. Firstit vas good enough in the days of our FAR 1ER'SVIFE\ mer or business man. We. need your the new state road. I for nn

office at Starke, 1'lorida.K. put in a light and water system, grandparents, when the scarcity of vote and help to get food roads. Let'sall give 2 weeks work with myst'f:
r next a fine high school building andI population made better roads impossible / bhow that we are true Americansby team Now who will give a ; ,
f l S. I.\1'1 JlEWS, Ixlilor; and Owner I I finally sewerage and paved streets / -when vehicles were light, tra'. r NEARLY STARVEDDeclaring l voting for good roads. The government work. Don't all speak at on" .
i i When people get the habit of being I II <.J\ low, time no object, and no one ( and that is us) now offers! As chairman, I'll appoint the

Bradford county haR marked time I' progressive, they find a way to do the I: hud ever' seen anything better. I. to pay one-half to -build the good teacher as secretary of the 11.' ,
,i ]lont enough. Let's vote for bonds onOctober things they want to do It will be i iI is different now, and if we do n-it she was actually starving roads, providing the counties thru Now come up one at a time
I 18th and start the building; the same way with road building.; ', with to be dubbed as moghbacks fossils to keep from suffering awful misery which the road passes will pay the erybody sign all they can. I d<
of a system of roads that will put us Once we get: it started we will neveri and back-numbers" we will haveto Mrs. Amy Peterson, wife of a other half. To do that we will haveto I believe you all want good road
$ on the map. I i be satisfied until every part of the join the procession of modern road prosperous farmer of Lakeville, vote for ]long time bonds to get the Why, they have all signed but 1Beninll'er. '\',
4. I I county is traversed by a hard-surfac- bl ild.rs. Mass.. pave; out a remarkable statement money. This main trunk road will .

I.,. The bonding law provides for the 'I ed road. I The expenditure allowed for this recently, in connection with her hitch on to the good road leading into Road don't go by my house al :
improvement of nil the main public road Is $320,000. The balance of the relief through the use of Tanlac. Jacksonville/ and extend on north to won't help me any.
t k roads in the county. Heretofore there i I UTE FOIL/ BONDS $:,;;0.000 is to be used! in general road "Sometimes I wonder how I lived New York City. We will meet the But you are only half a mile fro. .
,\ has never been enough road and improvement and for good bridges.! through it all," she said. "I would hard roads coming from the south of It.

\ bridge money to do anything more On October' 18th there will be held The bonds are to run thirty years, at have attack of acute indigestion Ub. Well, the old road is good enough
than patch wm k. The Issuance1 of a bond election for Bradford county. fix: per cent. interest, and the money nearly every timeI ate anything. Now if we do not vote for these for me. Been driving over it for
I r' these bonds will make it possible to The proposed bond issue is for frOM their sale, and that from the Those terrible! cramping pains and bonds we show that we do not want years. Guess I can stand it a >"
do some real road construction. $.r r 0OnO. During the legislature' of road taxes, is to be handled by aboard the distress from gas and bloatingwere good roads and will not get; our shareof longer:
F f. 1921 a special act was passed, to allow of bond trustees, who will he almost unbearable and I Just money from the government. Then Then you won't help

As matters eland at present Bradford Bradford county, as it now exists reimbursed for only their actual expenses thought there was no hope for me. some other county will pet it and we No.
It': county is completely isolated so to bond itself for building and while nerving the county. They "But now I'm eating anything andI will be left out in the sand. Well, you can't have any of nn
far as the automobile travel l to Florida improving roads. This act is a masterpiece will!! have the management of all roadwork feel as strong and well as I ever Dad Fling tells me that he had hued peanuts.

is concerned. No one comes hereby of fairness and good judgment and as only honest and capable felt in my life. I've gained back all friends who came all the way from --- .
J automobile except. those whose and provides. for every detail. business; men will be chosen for this the weight I lost and six pounds besides Maine with an auto truck with a NOTICE OF FIRST M"'ETIVC OF CRED1.

business requires them to do so. Let's The law provides for a hardsurfaced Poet of honor, the public may rest and I know from my experiencewhat house built on it. They found good In the dtatrlut mart of the t'nltod Scat.'..
I'', change this and get\ a share tit the road to run from Highland south assured that their duties will "1-u Tanlac will do. It's the best roads all the way until they left Mid- for the Southern Dli>tr'ct of Florida In ,
tourist business that is making counties through Ijiwtey, Starke Hampton faithfully} discharged, pains taken to medicine In the world." dleburg, then it took them 3 days to runtcy.In th. matter of R. 1.. MoU. of Starke
to the south of us rich and on to the Alachua county line pet the work done at the least expense Tanlac in sold in Starke by Tur get to Starke while before that they .Flnrida. ,in bankrupt.th. county, of Bradford dutHetremould
It is to be built of brick asphalt or and that their accounts be ner's Drug Store and by leading druggists averaged;: 100 miles a day. They began ., Notice I U hiTphy given that on Srnt )
All persons who were qualified to'ote I concrete, nine feet wide with cementor periodically published. ', everywhere.' -Adv.NOTICE to think! they had Jumped into a, 1021 runt. th and<* Mild that debtor the flirt was meeting duly adjudtn of hl. ban rod;
,\. in the last general election. will i stone curb. This road is to connect The roads running through the : desert. They went back by Lawtey+, Itora will he held In the noire of the reftLaw <
Exrhanp Building! 'n the city of jack
be qualified to vote in the bond election with the hard road now buildingto county are now in such a shape that I and went south on good roads from onvflif. ritual county. Florida, on Get IT
they be repaired only by w i Jacksonville 150 1921. at 10 clock' a. m.. at which tim laid
can means to Tampa. going
to be held on Tuesday, October Waldo on the south and with a attend their claims
I le..dltora may prove appoint
18th. This will be the first time the hard road that will be built to connect of hand shoveling. It is intended to The city council having combined I I miles further around, but having good' a trustee. examine the .bankrupt ..ndron..t .
ladies have had an opportunity to vote with the paved road to Jackson reconstruct them so that road ma- the office of city clerk, treasurer and ''roads to travel on. At the same time (ly come such other buninemi meetinjc.. mm nay prop r-
: be used in filling the another left Jacksonville via Jacksonville I :-"Fi; Opt 4. IlIh
In an election for public improvements I \'ille.Ve would thus be connected on chinery can up tax collector, an office has been opened party MOnO'N F. JOVFS.
and if reports are correct just the north and south with all the road ruts and consolidating the crown, also in the town hall where the undersigned Middleburg in a new car, driving 45 Referee in Bankruptcyee ,
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about 100 per cent. of them will vote systems of Florida. Such a road, to put In good bridges and to may be found daily except miles in B hours, but it took them 4 filed' .with that the your referee clam.,la otheriiie properly" you executed will and not

J for bonds tot good,: roadssti connecting the principal marts of tho drain the roads so well as to eliminate !Sunday'; from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m., hours from Middleburg to Starke. participate in dividend ItpatdMABTFR'B .

county, would naturally be of immense washings and inundations after heavy and from 1:30 to 3:30: p. m., to receive Now there is no doubt we will get -- -- -- -

I ;' Bradford county is not holding its li I, and constant benefit to a large rains. money for taxes, licenses, paving the state road. We've got: to have it. Notice ia hereby rlvi n SAI that E und<'r and Ir
own. We are constantly losing good portion of our population and would Let it not be said of Bradford county etc. Now I want to propose that we pursuance of a certain final deer.,. made and
i: rend,-red on the 20th day of September AIP .
citizens who have tired of waiting| constitute an "estuary, so to speak, that its people are too Inhospitable C. A. FUTCH. farmers get busy and how th'at we I i lf>21. in and by the Honorable Judtre ofI
( hero for the march of progress and into which nearly all the other roads to provide good roads for the Clerk, Treasurer and Collector, Townof wnnt good ronds by doing something I i tv.the h'Inrda.Circuit Court In chancery.in and In for thAt Bradford certain eat conn.'
are moving to more progressive lo-J! would debouch. It would connect us travelers who wish to pay them a via Starke. 107tf. ourselves. Sy Perkins and I have therein ending, wherein the Town of 8'arkr
,4 caliticH. \Ve must do something to with the rest of the world and bring it, and too benighted; to see the bene. built about one mile of good hard ,a Theo municipal T'unn' and corporation Laura Tinon.In complainant hi. wife, and and
'i;(,", stem this tide, and nothing will do it I travelers from elsewhere to our county fit of decent thoroughfares for them. they should support any movementthat road already. Now suppose all the Hallle Tinon widow of Wm. Timm, deceaned
land the sole helm of the entatac of Wm, Tiaon
{ no effectively us the building of good ; which as yet is totally unknownto selves. Of course the taxes would tends to better his conditions.One farmers from Coon Hollow to Starke i riei-eaHpd. are defendants..
r. : roads. Vote for bonds. on October them; they would see what we haveto he a little higher in order to providefor of these, and a very Importantone I should give one week's work and offer T. A.for Z.aale Adk'n.at public a* apodal.outcry master and sell shall U
18th. ofTer and would decide to invest in interest and sinking fund; but is bonding for good roads. more, if necessary, and have the first the highest bidder for cash. before the court.
t I house door In Starkc. Bradford county, Florida
'S? the best county of Florida.' Besides the benefits accruing in many ways -- -- straight, good hard road into !Rtarke'; on Monday, the Tth day of November,
i'b In considering the bond issue to he ,I our pride should romle18! to have from good road! would repay the outlay FARMER BROWN' to hitch on to the state road when it A.following D. 1021 described during. the property lenal,hour to-wftt of sale the
voted on on October 18th! it should be' such a connecting link. The road ns a hundredfold I gets there. How long would It be. The Wrat thirty*.!* fort and eight Inches
of Iota Five (161 and Seven ((71 of Illock Sri
remembered by those who are not It now exists is crooked and hard fora The farmer should consider the before farmers would want to hitch cnteen 1171 original town of Stnrke. .beintt
!' fully satisfied with the proponed sys- stranger to follow in the dark. The road over which he hauls his productsand On the night of Farmer Brown's I on our hard road and do as we have' in S""t'on ED. Township 8. 8. R. 22 Fnnt'
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A. Z. ADKINS.
, 4 tern of roads that road building must cMnhlifihcd trail is, in fart, only a makes his travels as one of his "peanut boil" a. large crowd of farmers done? \ S CREWS Special Mailer
I"" start somewhere, and that no county guide for travelers. Except through' farm implements, which .should be in with their wives gathered to discuss Now the women can help. Vote for Solicitor for Complainant.. 10.7- -lI-4
J II in Florida hns ever stopped with the farm lanes and swnmns, where ft as good order as his other implement good roads.! Farmer Brown was the bonds and cook for the men that
Only One "BROMO QUININE"ro
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V building of one hard- urrarrd rond. must be used, the traveled tracks are *. And is nearly all other inhabitants elected chairman and addressed, the working. The girls! will bring! the I'
,: j They always build more, because the <>n the sides of it, to avoid the mud of the county depend, directly meeting! n* follows: boys, and the older women' will see riVI get; IIKOMO-JU.MM the genuine 1 ,call;.foe Look full for name MiniaturedV fAXA-

:)t.' !I growth that follows the building of in wet and the deep sand in. dry or indirectly, upon the farmer Fellow citizens, and you ladies! 0s-1 I thAt their men turn out and work and '..Hell\W, Gent"",,. '!(.''Purrs, !h. n"n Cold' w in,i-One of L>..nv...3lJ Mope ib'

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35c r.inprhnms, Sftle Price ________h______________ .11)[ $5.50 Men's Worsted Mixed __________________n__ 2.85 GROCERIES

25c Stripes nnd Colors, 10 yd. bundles ______________ .98 $7.50 Serge, gray with! Blue stripe __________nn__ 5.49 24 !Ib. Best Self Rising Flour ______________________ 1.09

25c Yellow homespun 10 'd. bundles _____________ .08 $6.50 Pants. Sale Price __ _;-n__ 4.95! lOc Rice for ____________________________________ .05
,. 25c< Outing Flannels, 10 yds. ______________________ .98 $2.50 Best Overalls, Sale Price -------------------- 1.49 Rc Rice for __________________u_________________ .04
{ 75c Serge Blue Green and Drown, Sale Price, yd. ____ .43 $1.50 Overalls, Sale Price ----------------------- .89 lOc Sale Price __
Sugar, ______________________ .061/' j
$2.00 Blue, Green Black and Navy, Sale Price _______ .85 $1.50 Boys Overalls, Sale Price! ________________u_ .93 15c Lard, lb. _________.__________________________ .13::
25c Percales, 36 in. wide at ________________ .18 $1.00 Boys Overalls, Sale Price -:------------------- .43 20c Bacon, best _n____________________________ .17 ,
s., 15c I'ereales, all)) colors', dark and light ______________ ,07 $1.00 Boys Dress ShIrt! Sale Price ___________u___ .69!:> 20c Ground Coffee, Ib _______n___________________ .16
MEN'S SUITS 75c Blouse Ehirts, Sale Price ---------------------- .49 15c Green Coffee __ ,11
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a',' I $35 and $10 Flannels and Series and Stripes, up from_19.00 CLOTHING FOR MEN Soaps, Washing Powders, 6 pkgs __________________ .25

$30 Men's Serge Suits, Sale Price 17.95 Tomatoes, per can unn_________________ .09
------------------ $1.00 Men's Brown or Gray Underwear garment .69
I Un Soda Crackers, 3 pkgs __________ ________________ ._0
$20 Men's Wool Serge SUits Sale Price _______ ____15.95 n
$1.00 Rib Underwear, garment _______--______--__ .69!
d $15 Boys Blue Serge Sale Price ------------------ 8.49 $1.50 Union' Suits. Best Grade _______ ________ .8;) MISCELLANEOUS
All Colors Sizes and Prices. Men's Elastic Seam Drawers .73
y $1.50 ---------------- 25c Men's (Hose, Sale Price ____u_________________ .09
LADIES' COAT SUITS 75c Balbriggan! Underwear, garment uuuu___ .43: 25c Ladies' Hose' Sale Price _________'___,________ .09
500 Pair Tennis Shoes, Sale Price ____ ____ .49
"' nun 50c Ladies' Hose Sale Price .23
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$35 Suit Rrown, Blue Green .D ----------------------
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$3001\1' Work Sh SIP' __ 1.98
-' ___----_ 75c Ladies' Hose Sale Price _______________ .43
4 $25 Suits Good value Sale Price __----____----____18.50 ;" kih' oeS' ) 2'R9 -n
$').00 Elk ... a Price ------------------ $3.50 Ladies' Hose Sale Price 1.49
$15.00 Suits reduced Sale Price 9.50 ___________________
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$7.50 Dress Shoes, Low and High -------------- 3.69 $0_00 Hose'All Colors .93
rrr Sale I Price 4.95
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Ladies' Dresses Sale I Price .9S ,
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$4.00) School I Shoes Sale! I Price ...69
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$4.50 House Dresses, Sale I Price ______-_ -____ ______ 2.43 -------------------- I Sale 1 on Blankets, Bed Spreads I and Comforts.
; $1.25 Men's Suspenders Sale Price ______n_ _______ .:.39Men's
$2.50( Muslin and Flannel Gowns" Sale Price __ nn .98 ( Suspenders, Good Quality ___ ___________ .33 lOc Men.s Handkerchiefs ________________________ .05
$1.50 Underskirts, Sale Price _____________________ .69 $2.50 Suit Cases Sale Price ___.____________________ .93
$12.00 Ladies' Skirts Serge Silk from _ _____ 2.95: $1.2 0 Work Shirts, Blue Best Grade --------------- 69
up n $3.50 Suit Cases with straps _----____--________-- 1.93
$7.50 and $10.00 Georgette and Tricolette Waists'!, up. 2.49 $1.50 Stripe Percale Dress Shirts ______ ____ .83 100 Boys' Caps, Sale Price _--_________--____--____ .39
All the Latest Fall Style Hats just'! arrived at Cut Price Sale $1.50 Negligee Shirts with collars _______ ______,___ .83 150 Men's Caps, Sale Price ________ .. _______n____ .49

1 MEN'S PANTS HAUGAINS $2.25; Shirts, Sale Price ______--___ --_ __ ___ __-_ 1.39 $6.00 Men's Best Felt Hats, All Colors _______n____ 3.69

$2.50 Work Pants, Pin check all colors __ __ __ ______ 1.39 $3.50 Shirts, Sale Price __________ nnn _ _____ 1.66 $3.00 and $4.00 Hats, Sale Price _____________n___ 1.95:

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--- Messrs.\ Eddie and Charley Roberta, him at once. I An honest effort. that ends in failure 8S there arc any picking for 1'nucho. t it: "

of Eustis, were recent visitors to i III \better than no effort at all. It ,
I the : iiG: MELD' (II-' FARM PRODUCTS supplies the experience that the :
i SUtke. Edda; Roberta bought/ I pave A big city Judge deelar.-ili"t: he t

Bits of Local tth1 I soda fountain in Turner's Drug Store ,I way to future SIlOr lI8. will not have any members) of the .

'and has installed it in his new drugstore ; While some of our farmers are Ion- '-' --' Ku\: IClux\: Klnn serving his
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timo the ball, weevil Of course, if short dresses and burn ,
The made ins! lamenting
in Ejilis. trip was
The question! arise how
Information | : by automobile and Mr. Roberts was visitation others are turning their attention knees remain in style t the north can know that a man belongs, to will that or ho I I i

J'J companies< to Eusli by his sister- to a class of farming that is always drift south far tho winter.If dor. But that however may ho only :

( 'M--i 0.. N.Y, aNM1a1J er In-luw, Miss Ida Warren. j proving very much([ more profitable th-- a case of Judicial "safety tiro[" t W i
1 .....- .*.> .*. ,...iur r- | than cotton culture. The Telegraphtalked coming J winter prove to he
us severe ai hits been' predicted we S
few with
: THANKS a days ago a man
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;;: '.. -. : -.r. ..:.. : ; I CARD I j who caught squarely on his feet when arc in danger!: of losing our crop of Ulien w.' bear a fi.'lo>v boasting

----- I take this method in behalf of the I the fall from, cotton growing came. coal barons. They will all \become that he never (change his mind \-o,

Mr .and Mrs K. D. Bass were visitors Store list of bargain. family of J. C. Barry to thank the Rufus M. Johnson ,of Graham was prince quite agree with him. It ill difficult J

to Gainesville this week. -.- ------ to change something that dues not Y
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good: people of Graham and community in Starke a few days ago and when t x- I
Miss Ida Warren spent the past t: for their kindness extended to tho asked how the world was serving him, Don't become discouraged! because lab r,
week in and Eustis. Whilein the world fails to accept you at '0:" -.- _. ..
Rub-My-Tiem cures ore Leesburg I family in their sad affliction. May had no hard luck story to tell. Mr. ( ) -"'--- -

Eustis she was the guest of her, the Lord reward you all abundantly.L. Johnson moved away from the county own valuation The Lord knows you PULL roil (GOOD ROADS / ',

Col. A. Z. Adkins went to Miami sister, Mrs. E. W. Robert W. KICKLITER. I a few years ago and did not return raa you are, and the rest of us don't

Monday on a business trip. 1- [f until September, 1920. On his return i count. MI

In our write-up last week, of the KIDS WANTED! 'he' rented eight acres of land from WPfORIUCOLUMN
j
Seeds for your garden at Klcklitors Confederate veterans meeting, Rev., ,I iC. H. Roberts at Graham: and began There is only one thing that pro ( \ .
I vents the wife from
'' average saving! [
L. W. Kickliter's name was accidently Tile trustees of Starke High School 'at once to prepare for spring crops. ,

Attorney E. K. Ferryman made a left out us one of the delegates to will receive scaled bids for 25 cords I' The first planting was six acres of not money.get. She can't save what she dues .J.JI

business trip to Sanford last Thurs- the Confederate Veterans reunion at i i Hof 2 foot green pine wood until Saturday cabbage From this he sold $!R00 -- t

day. Chattanooga this month. October 15th, at noon. Woodto worth of cabbage, notwithstanding an Many people are blessed-with-- good a
,unfavorable season on account of lies.'vy I I
I be delivered and'stacked on the
I dispositions nnd cursed with inability w
66b cures Biliousness.Mrs. I 666 Cures a Cold quickly. rains. Between the cabbage! he nu WANTED-Second-hand null ,
school grounds. Leave bids with .C. I to retain them. cane ,
I planted five acres of beans, from I two horse J'OWl'r.Vrlt Box 72
J. Smith of Waldo recently i i S. Matthews at Bank of Starke. ( : ,
J.
I Those Starke people who attendedthe 10-7-21. which he modes sales of $470. Froma That JulitiKtown, Fla. 9-23-8t:! : *
conference .
on universal disarmament .
visited' Mrs. G. C. Sweat. I .
of Union at Lake
,
nativity county I
small plot planted to sweet potatoeshe I "
i will soon be in full swing --- - -- < ,
Butler Saturday are loud in praiseof sold! $flO worth of plants. This
Mrs. Anna :Mixon went to Lake MAN ItinDMr. now. We hope the rope doesn't break i
the festivites and the fine treatment -
brought the actual cash sales to
to visit\ lit the home of up
Butler Friday -
Mr. and Mrs Brady Drown: they received. The celebrationwas I E. W. Kayei and Miss Ruby A. ['' $1420 but In tho meantime Mr. John- Some men never take their wives ;
not only nil that was promised
son had planted corn between the
Strickland were quietly married in out to dine in public. But possibly A.P.H.

666 cure Chill and Fever. but much more. Starke Sunday evening, October 2nd. beans, and he harvested 110 barrelsof ; they don't want to suffer from the

I I Col.! I>. E. corn from six and one-half acre :
Don't overlook the Tractor Demonstration Knight, notary public, performed comparison.
Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick is in Savan- the I so planted. This corn has a value of
to be held at Leeton Morgan's ceremony.
nah visiting her daughter Mrs. C. farm next Wednesday.Gen. The groom is our efficient tax col at least $90. He has grown one and "Say it with dollar and you are II

W. Denny. lector. The bride is a daughter of a half acres of sugar cane that shouldat l sure to be heard. ,

I I and Mrs.\ N. A. Blitch left Mr. and Mrs. A S. Strickland, of a conservative estimate yield $1"0 i

Army meats cheap at Kickliter'sMrs. Tuesday for their home in Tallahaasee : Kingfiley, and Is A popular and ac- :I worth of syrup. This will bring the The good road procession has ahead Cigars ..ai.

The total value of the crops from eight und tail. Where do march
Clark after upending most of the summer pomplish-4 young lady. many a you
T. Jacksonville, I acres to $1060, or $207.BO>
with their daughters, Mrs. J. E. friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes wish up per

came last week to visit her parents Futoh.Mrs. T. N. Llmbuugh and Mrs. them much happiness I acre.Mr. Don't worry over the troubles of I have lardy acquired,from Mr. Geo !.

Mr and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. H. L. Brownlee. Jobnson has no fault to find tomorrow. ICs the success of today L. M*....,,the I'larhtto melee the e..l..b.-,ird

A NEW SUBDIVISIONThe with the times or with farming:: conditions that count A. P. II. Cigar. A. P. II. atandi for '
Don't fail to look for Turner'sadv. k Fever. in Bradford county. '
.w -mnv Humus "A PURE HAVANA"

._in_this_ .issue. j i I II Canova farms, on the Sander PCI'Imps soinu J people prefer to be The beat of tobacco will ba used intheir ''
is in Miami, Professor\ to class\ In Journalism
Mrs. Angie Stcrnburg son road, a short distance from miserable because limo doesn't fly so
Mrs. J. E. Futch went to Dcl.and r tnufacture, and they will be .* ,,
of and Mm. Harvey D. II S.-After careful Investigation,
the guest Mr Starke
have been rapidly.
| platted "Flor-
as ,
to be with her husband whois well made in all respects al the original
Tuesday thus to the conclusion that ,
Jarrett. She made the journey by we carne
K. Cunova's
ence subdivision in section of this which
cigar brand made Starke
teaching law In Stetson university. automobile with Mr. and Mrs. Jar II 17-0-22." The property has been the most Important study for the future Soma people lire always preuchimr famous I 'h

rett and they covered the :390 miles divided into five all i journalist Is how to analyze: and about the wickodncsH, of this world. .
lots
I abutting
686 cures Malarial Fever. I :: on I will brging making the A. P. II, In '
without any car trouble, making record I: the Sanderson road and with 40 foot L-synthesiyc-what? Bright Student But )perhaps the sub lect Is too enticing my
'I I factory In Starke In a few day and can
Mrs. E.V, Harris, of Dinsmore, time. | roads between: them and consisting ot I-Prf'varlcoatlon._ sir. for !them to see t the better nid<>. supply the trade Send in :your order i

has been visiting at the home of her I both cultivated and wild land. The I' I early.
parents. Dr. and Mrs J. C. Wills. I Rub-My-Tism! for rheumatism.Mr. I land is offered for salo by the Strout Many a self made ma nls tailor Yen, we know a man In this town

II I Farm Agency, nnd its quality and! made as well. I I who reads his Bible every day. He' C. C. STARLING

Miss Adine Watson is in Raiford and Mrs. II. A. Bishop and lit i good location will soon l find buyers __ ____-____ ___________ i II a preacher.Pnneho\ .

teaching the first and second gradesin tle daughter returned last week from for it."TURNER. Some of our worst citizens are very t j _._ _______ I I FAVOR BONDING; Volt' IIAIID-) '

the school there.RuhMyTism ': a trip to Orlando Orange City and strict In their! observance of the Snb-I Villa nays thnt neither tlio i i SURFACED KOADS

other south Florida points. Mr. Bishop -'; ADOPTS CASH SYSTEM bath day. The yare I In Jail. i i United States her the Mexican ,government 1

kills pain. i came home more than satisfied I :_ can! take !Hint nlmroridin'!
I : i Plea Cured Itk A to I. l It,(v<- "
with Bradford county, and says all ItL-ginnlng Wcflnvmlay, October) 5th, |I Tell your troubles to your rnemy.It Chicago bunker away from him. At Orll tlMiri *'nrtiiiiinny' If r 7O OIVT-V'f'' f t
Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E. K. that we luck Is good roads throughout I will soil )bakery goods and Is the greatest, punishment you can any rule wo! are ln"linr l to the belief ,,,,,,,,,1,1..,, .1".1 i I I ,lllll.' , drn .t i?
grocerj ... ., ; :
j I I I I: I.
"'
Perryman went to Jacksonville last the county to connect us with the ies for cash only. I have decided that i indict upon him. t that! neither tif them '.vill--nlll.m'! I" "" ,

Thursday to attend the Sunday School outer world. 'j' this Is the only way to conduct my 'I

Convention. busincHS without loss. While this

Turner offers;; you exceptiomlharming : system secures mo against loss, it -. ,

Turner's Monday and Saturday in the toilet find tnedi- benefits my customers nine, as I will .

specials! are real specials.Allen cal line. Look\ over his adv.Levy 1 br c'niiHdl, l to sell my goods, cheaper./

--- Hoping for continued,
I pntromi'rc, I
and Levy Cnnova of Jack- Alvarez is visiting his father, am )yours for low prices and! fuulllcMgoodi.

sonville spent the week-end with 1) W. Alvarez. Ho left Starke about .

their parents Mr. and Mrs K. E. Ca- throe years ngo and hm since theni J. O. TURNER. We Are Fighting }For Good Roads

nova. i served in both the nrmv ant navy.

He was in Snn Antonio Texas, at the IMPORTANT: MEETING; TO

Jelly plnssoH, $2.50 per crate atKickliter's. time of tho great florid., } He has seen Ill: HELD IN: TAMPA

''a I great deal of the country and
OCTOBER OPPORTUNITIESThe
brought home n large collection of Hon. I E. M. Johns in in receipt of u

T. J, Alderman, of Waldo, came up pictures and other mementoes. His letter from the Florida; Railroad Commission

Monday afternoon to Fee his wife and many friend are glad to greet him. advising that the Inter-State opportunities offered for successful buying with satisfactory saving
parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder- I

man. I See the Fordson Tractor at work | hearing Commerce, in Tampa Commission on Monday will have October a during October we hope will prove !satisfactory to our frie (is.and tustomers.r

666 Cures. Dengue Fever. 5-13-201. j next Wednesday, Oct. 19th. at the 17th, at 10 o'clock a. m. on thosubject We plan to make this month the biggest selling month in the history of our k,
farm of Ixrton 1I10rsrnn's.I of requiring the

Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and children | ______ I Railway Express Company,' to American furnish business. We hope to succeed and we will succeed if you help us. Studythe

went to Jacksonville Friday after- i! W. C. T. U. will meet at Tuesday tho refrigerator car service for strawberries offers listed below and make your plans to attend our Saturday and Mon '
afternoon at 4 o'clock shipped from Florida to the
noon to visit her sister, Mrs. Janie Methodist church. There will be an northern! markets. day Sales. We will have special items each Saturday and Monday of Oc- .
Woodward.Mrs. .
!: election of officers and all members i The Florida\ '
commission
will
( con- tober. These that will be welcome.
lire urged to be present. The regular ,I""* the/ case for the IItrawherryarowen. are savings you glad, to
Rebecca Alvarez has returned
time meeting for this organizationhas : but they that .r
urge strong
a
home the in
after
spending summer been changed! to the second Tuesday delegation of growers and I (It.It.I
shippers
New York with her daughter, Mrs.
in each month. from Starko and Luwtey be presentto I

James Fraree. I I give testimony. Mr. Johns requests 5c Tablets! G for _. ___ ______________ .25: ,
,| The Woman's Club will meet Wednesday ., that all /5c Composition Hooks, G for .2;
persons who ---------
can nnd
Bring your eggs, chickens, etc., toRickliter'B afternoon at four o'clock at will attend the hearing: confer Pencils G for _______ ____________ .ZSI :
with
:
and get the cash.L. I I the home of Mrs. A. W. Anderson. $5.75! Thermos Ilottle/ (Qu-irt) _______$1.10

I Hostesses for the afternoon Mrs CALOMEL MAY TURN $4.25 Thermos Hotllo (Quart) _______$:.1.10) ti'ti'fie ;
A Brown well known businessman
a Anderson Mrs. W. J. Epperson and ON YOU NEXT TIME $4.50 Thermos Kottlo (Pint) _____ ___$:.1...0 ,
of Starke Tuesday
in -
Brooktr
wan Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow. All club I $4.00 Thermos Motile t (Pint) _______ __$3.10" i
and made call at the
a pleasant members are requested to pay their Next Done You Take May Salivateand 2f c Peacock Talc Powder _-_____ ____ .19!)

Telegraph office. I annual dues of $2 at this meeting.TELEGRAPH'S Start a World of Trouble 30c Mavis Talc Powder ___ ___________ .21

I i :'JOc Garden Court Talc I'owder _____ .1 9 I'

Rub-MyTism-" kills infection. HONOR I.l.Nam,11 Calomel is mercury quicksilver. It rOe Freeman's: 1 Face I'owder ________ .:'ISGOc

Come to the community sing:: next crashes into s.-ur bile like dy/iimite. t Nadine Face Powder _________ ___ .4S I
of Those Who Paid Sulmrrip- cramping and sickening (GOc Harden Court 1 face Powder /:N .-
Sunday afternoon at the park, four you. Calomel ------
o'clock. In addition to the chorulllIinA'lng I tion During September attacks the bone and should never $1.00 Djer Kiss Face" Powder! _____ ___ ..57r t'

there will be a men's quar- I' Carter-* D. Durban, Mrs. D. be put into your system.If $J./O/ Aziirea' Face Powder __--______$1.21 ,

tettte. Dolton you feel bilious headachy, con- ,_. I :30c Nval's Face Cream ______________ .21 I
N. Wainwright, G. W. LewIs -
Lang, stipated and all knocked out, Just go .. .. 50c) Colgnle's Vanishing! Cream ______ ..a4 ;
11.
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent the first of A. S. Strickland W. F. Perkins W. to your druggist/: and get a bottle of \ ... (GOc Garden Court Face Cream ________ ,4s?
E. T. Snpp
the week in Jacksonville attendingthe Dr. Campbell, DodHon's Liver Tone for a few cent SOc Nval's! Tooth Paste ___ ___________ .1!) I'
) Frank Morgan, C. A. flirt
annual meeting of the Florida F.Newton'Webb Strickland Mrs E F. Johns which is a harmless vegetable/: nubstitutc JOe Pepsodent Tooth Paste _- -______ .:;5S I t""

Public Health Association of which Miss Edna Epperson, A. L. Sullivan for dangerous calomel. Takea THrum "; .t SPKCIALS .
i
she is one of the directors. j Chesley Fogg C. F.. Harper J. I,. liver spoonful and and straighten if it doexn't start better your .te "', ,.1, lOc Palm Olivp Soii.. 13 for ----------$1.0()

Harrell Mrs. J. E. Owslev, Wm. and then you up Ifie Co'irite'K', O-iPst; SVe Scrip, 13 for$1.00 ,
You sill real by quicker [ nasty calomel
looking'over save money Knlch, A. F. Griffin, R. J. Pfttv. Mrs without making Ick and ,, ; 25c (]\Kti's\ Talc Powder __________ ,11 ': :
Turner's Drug :you *
you just J l' .
Julia Knight/ J. T. Hickcy, W. IIBigrs '
go back and get ; wAle TAC n'TRA"AliOVE : '
I IDon't
your
; Q.101; Affect; j T. P. D'thnrt, 1.. r. preicot*. money.
fht
>
e' *
, .at Dot !hot 1 iv take calomel! It make I ITUCKS
. ?!WT 1r Its taut! end! taxe.'ve l rffnit. ..(X C. II. Jordan, V. G. Milliard, Joe S. sick" the next you AUK rASII. NOTHING t,"
it IOHUS
JIV" HKOMO OLININt: (Tub ,tol ran t i pv.' 'iyim- without Ciiuxlnj n uuu. LWCFJ.'kSot: :' I* Umcapper, W. C. Baker P. B. Hunt.
ens you right up and feel
W. It!. Bloodsworth, I. W. Rndreu W No you great.
salts nctciisarv. Give It to
i t F. Harnapp! Ceo r. WhN! J. F.Kickliter + the
children
Catarrh Lorenzo Orcon, Rov Roberts because it Is perfectly harm. '
Can Be Cured ,
i less '
und cannot valivate ,
Adv
Catarrh in a local .4'.4.C preat iiulunc L. B. Alexander & ft.: "'. C. -64 ; TURNER'S TORE
j li' --- ---
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ty conattullonul! conOUIon
there reriulroi 'o. .UuiilomU trout Wninwrlfht. Jacob H""d'l. J. Ifrto No Worm In a noaittiy Child

run talent! JIAUL CATAI.KH MLDICIM-.. I ..'1n.'. r. F'. Pnf-e. J. E Toney, W. All children trouhM with Warm. hate) an
un.
iibiiMt i..urni..j on Ih.::: .Mi. .l taw''aria Burfai ttm.uv.the ' D. Carlton, Mrs. W. G. Seals. healthy color wti kh loUUatu poor hi"..... and a s STARKE PIor-c: 14 FLORIDA %
the "yoo,....... ""T.:'J. C'ATAItfI I I1! rule there la mare. tar I ea atoniiirh disturbance, ?
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921.
a 4. STAKKE. FLOKIllA
COUNTY TEL GltAI'lI. --
-
PACE FOt'R mashed six inches below

: and Starke as the guest of Mrs. E. L. Jacksonville spent last week-end with !1 parents made business tripto { arm bow. Both bones were cut away
Messrs. Truman l>yal Levy D. E. Brown a
CHANGES "MOVIE" COMBINEFederal ; : \ his mother here. 1 I and of
through one the
L'iggs.N.: .
visitor Thursday.Earle
Prescott of Ziff were business Luke Butler
,";j ---- hero Saturday. I L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville, W. II Andrews was a visitor to I Peeplcs of the University I II'Iorlda. smashed into splinters, comp

4. Trade Commission Act I lid*: l Harry left Saturday for his spent Sunday in Lawtey with his fam-I Lake Butler Monday morning. spent the week-end with hishomefolks. the treatment. The muscle, h
OmcfrnH been
Picture who has
j Against Motion ily. Mrs. Mary R. Jones was not cut, nor was an artcr
home in Jacksonville.
and Harley : W. E. Jackson of Jacksonville was visiting relatives here'for a week left visitor ed. Dr. Dean had a blacks .
in I Messrs. Jonn Surrency T. II. Rimes was a business
of Motion pictures where
Patrons Sunday. morning for Manning iron frame in such
Sunday
visitors to a visitor to Lawtey struct an :
America spent $4,000,000 for theatre Thomas were business I Pearce Jones left for JacksonvilleSunday she will visit for a few days. I to Gainesville Wednesday. I ner as to pull from the ends >

tickets very day last year. Two. Sampson Saturday.Klando Maines of where he has secured a situa Mr. Thornquest spent last week-end J. B. Crawford of Jacksonville I the center set the bones and ,
". thirds of that amount found Its way Andrew, Ed and Starke. spent the week-end with his parents.
in in it. The
Masonicmeeting visiting the injured arm jj-: r
'. into the pockets of a giant motion MounU-oeha, attended Saturday.Mr. the I I tion.Frank Green of Campville\ spent Mrs. Dora Browning, who has been ; Mailer Knight of Gainesville visit \ ,declares the injured limb will h. ,"

: picture trust, according to chargesfiled herr of Mr. and Mrs. John- ed friends in this section Saturdayand I all ,
Prevail, of Ziff Sunday at the home spending the past month in that Gallagher in probabilit ,
federal Trade Commiss \ and Mrs. Lacy I I "
the Sunday.
I by with relatives here.Amol'llC I Charles Dinklns. stown returned to her home here on ('r will suffer any ill effects from

"i, ion.The : spent Saturday who attended Sunday Mr. and Mrs Joe Altman, of Starke Sunday.W. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Molt of Lake :
it hag unearthed those ;
Communion nays here Sunday. Jacksonville, was Butler visited the lutter's parents \
relatives of
visited
Roberts
( international plot to control school here Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. I. I Sun About the only work some pc '
an of Kingsley lake, was at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas
Edgar I J A. ]Howe weekendisitor
distribution and Autumn Youngblood of Waldo the I ever do is to collect\ the living they
the production, of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith Moody is sick with day.
Gracie of the guest Little Arthur .
exhibition of motion picture films. It :' Sparks and sister, I I claim the world 0them.
.
: Kalch of Hampton Saturday and Sunday.Mies fever this week.
I'laycrsLaskyCorporation Mountvocha, Roy I -
names the Famous Reddish spent last ,i was a Gallagher at a mill nt ;
Eldredge Coffin of Johnstown John sawyer
the: Edmondson of I II. P. true that the
of and Wiley
the ringleaders Willie It isn't always t'1rllthand
us I week at Wateroak at he home of her visitor here last week. Hopkins is convalescing, after an unusual -
.l combine and involves 11 other companies I Samrson.I business i unusual bit of knows not what the left hand.
Mill Dora Clark. crowd attended the show at accident and an
All have been given 30 days I Harley Thomas and sister Alma aunt visited rela Quite a : Bean of does. It frequently occurs that each
of Starke Saturday even- done by Surgeon
farm
Joe Marr Prison patching
to answer the charges. They are expected I of Ziff, and Ethel Dyal were visitors l I tives in Lawtey Sunday.Dennis the State ,'Melbourne. Gallagher had his right;: knows that the other does nothing

them completely.The here last week r Ing.
to deny 'I Mann was a visitor to Green I
commission declares the alleged Messrs. Perry and Alstyne were -
last week.L. MILLER .
Cove Springs
combine already has signed ironclad visitors to our burg Sunday afternoon visitors
II. Hill and family were -- -
contracts with the most popularscreen Arthur Barry was a business visitor to Kingsley lake Sunday. Miller, Oct. 7.-H. P. Gaincy, of

stare to act exclusively In to Hampton Saturday.Mr. Brooker, was here on business one !
f their pictures, has acquired a controlling and Mrs. J. It. Beville were vis- '!
MILE week.
FIVE dav last
interest in the most important 1 itors to the county Beat Saturday.Mr. I i N. II. Stokes made a business tripto I
distributing nnd Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney of '
American film al'ncY'i with their Five Mile, Oct. 7. Married at Florence Starke Friday.

and is stifling competition of other Sampson, spent Sunday Wynn and attended S. C., Miss Dclle Duke, daughter / Olson Thomas visited relatives at
Mrs. Miriam
agencies.It daughter of IIr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke of Brooker Saturday and Sunday. ,

is further declared that the alleged the McKinneyYoungbloodwedding. this place, to Mr. Lacy Williams of A peanut boiling was given at the

combine has bought 400 big Alma. Thomas and Ethel Dyalof Florence. For the past fourteen )I home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Clyatt

"movie" theatres outright and forced Miss at the home of months Miss Delle has been employed I Saturday night A large crowd was
hundred of other theatres through Ziff, spent Sunday store in that THE UNIVE'RSAL.CAR
department
rd t O. W. Dyal.McKinney I < in a large occasion.
to show their films! Mr. and Mrs.
'1 out the country Youngblood city where by her attractive person I |

;: exclusively. I i A quiet wedding-! took place at the I ality and sweet friends winsomeness and also. she a life has Supt. O. L. Mizelle was in this section New PricesF.

.
Lee Youngblood won many Friday.A
and Mrs.
:: GRAHAM I home Sunday of Mr.afternoon at 3,:80 o'clock, partner. Mr. Williams who is an I goodly number of the people of

a Graham, Sept. 30.-The farmers of I when their daughter/ Bonnie, and Mr. electrician is at present employed couple will toFlorence this community attended the barbecue at Lake O. B. DETROIT
and the young and birth of Union county
4 our section are busy gathering corn I John McKinney were united in mar their home. The girlhood ,
make that city Butler Saturday. $295
Bevillc of the Chris
riage Rev. J. R. Chassis
and hay. friends of Mrs. Williams wish I Carl Brown a student of the university
Supt. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke wasa tian church performing the ceremony
life. week-end with hishomefolks. $325
visitor to the school TU(>flday.EdJ'ar Only a few relatives and intimate her a long and happy spent the Runabout ,
day
the big
being
Saturday, Oct. 1, .
Sparks of Micanopy was a friends were present. $355 1\\
;: for Lake Butler, Five Mile turned out Messrs. Charlie Peter and Willie Touring Car s
business caller here Tuesday after Their many friends wish them happiness ,
{I to attend the barbecue Branford, spent the weekend
of
in their journey of en masse Odom $445
v- 1 noon. and success and participate in the general enjoy- with Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas Truck Chassis
Edd Barry arrived
and
Messrs. Geiger of
Wednesday from Tampa. life.Mr.. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, n.ent incident with the launching $595
county, Denzil Thomas visited his sister, Coupe I
Union
Messrs. nuis MatthcwH, John Surrenry of Waldo, attended the McKinney- and

I and Arthur Barry were business I Youngblood wedding Sunday afternoon. impressive The ceremony, the speaking was thrilling inspiring! last Mrs.week.Mr.W. .M. Thomas, of New River Sedan $660

Heat Tues I
vistors to the county I I Messrs.. Cato and Houston Brown, and optimistic! and a jovial eamara-. and Mrs Cady Barksdale, of These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

day.Mr. \. with die was felt by all. Never in the history Dunnellon, are visiting the letter's Ford Motor Company.Orders'arefconning .
and Mrs. Jesse Cain, of l-iouise of Georgia, spent Friday night there such the history of the ,
of Lake Butler was parents Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thom-
were business visitors here 'V..dncolI'dny. their sister. fellowship as in fast place yours
so
of good ,
y \ Mrs Bob Surrency returned home a manifestation as. (
on that occasion.! May the day's enthusiasm I I Dennis Roberts, of Worthington, earlv delivery.
Mr. and Mr,. Will Dirt, Gid Spark- Saturday. with us for promptly to insure
of Tampa is visiting rest and abide I was here on business Saturday.
and wife, Mrs Andrew Sparks Bobhy Surrency,
man
l- Ed, Gracie and Oliver of Mountt'o..hR.I i his family here this week. ever.Mr.. anl1\1rs. P. P. tickle and Mrs I Misses week-end Mabel with and Neta their Brown parents spent at J. W. ANDREWS. JR. I
and the
attended the funeral of J. C. Barry I Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Wasdin of Mr. and f Dealer STARKEDon't
I if guests
Duke were
L. Providence.
\ 1' Wednesday at Mt. Sinai. Prof. Revels attended the union meeting B.
., D. I. Blume Sunday.James Sistrunk, of Mt. Tabor was
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dyal and at Wnteroak Sunday. Mrs. Dewey '_ I
Guilford
,
visitors here who has been paintingthe Plume and family, of in our community Sunday afternoon.Algar
(children of Ziff, were Mr. Rufune, L, I L
Mr. and Mrs. in the
of working
Wednesday.Messrs. I'I dwelling house of P. j. Byrd I were guests I Thomas woo is

Truman Thomas, of ZifT i Spent the week-end with his family G. Johnson Sunday. bank' at Winter Garden is visiting his .Is -
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Dukes -
William I -- --
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enroute to Starke. Starke.S. -- -- --- -
was here Thursday nt I -- -- --- -- --
Mesdames David Kelly and James i E. Thomas, of Waldo, wan a business were visitors! here Friday. \veek-en -

I+ Graves were business visitors to WaT I II visitor here Friday. I: Our teachers spent the school is in-
I The
with their parent
having: some dt'ntall
do Wednesday, :
I I LAWTEYLuwtey i; cronRlnr: in numbers; and interest Inl-
work done. ,
Mrs. Arthur Brown, Edith und I\Ilssl: 1

Bunlc Graves were business visitors Oct. 7.-Mrs. James Shepard .! y.Many of our representative citizensntti

to the county sent last week.Mr. of Rtnrke, was a visitor to Lnwtey (test the /first sitting of Union

and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, Tuesday. coimty'h boards of commissioners and Stub Your ToeOne

her home in IId.oolli'onllay: lit Lake tlutler.
of Waldn, were vlsilors hero ,v..dm'II-1 Mrs. Piper returned to the week-end in
tbt v.t Anthony Friday, after spending several Oren Dellespent\
I ,
r D. J. Byrd made n business trip tciStarko days in Lnwtey, guest of Mr. and Lake Butler with relatives.B.
I L. Duke'llIit..d Tuck Andrews
Thursday.Rev. Mrs. J..1. McLeod.

L. "'. ICIckliter, of Starke, wan Rev. E D. Bayer left the first partof Sunday. Friends of Mr. Andrews are

a visitor here Wednesday afternoon. last week for Inglis, to hold a two glad to know that he is able to attend -

III'IIII'Y I'ogg was a business visitor weeks' revival meeting at the Baptist to business again, after a severe ,

to the county scat Friday. church I illness. that --

Dock Thomas, of Ziff wall a visitor I Charles S. Hill of Palmetto is By request it is announced

here Wednesday afternoon.Ed spending a few days in Lnwtey as the the Suwannoe River Primitive Baptist Bethany .

Barry, of Jaiksonvllle, spent the I guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill. Mr. Association will convene with
Bear this in
week-end nt the home of Mrs. J. C. hill arrived here Saturday after visiting church Oct 2123.
about six weeks in the New Eng- ': mind and all who arc interested

Barry I If lie will leave the lattt'r'' come and be with us on that occasion.
is spending the Ian d tat"lI.
Mrs. Nancy Dyal
r ) week with her daughter, Mrs. Nancy part of the week for his home in Palmetto i The copious showers of Saturday dark night-so the story goes-a certain monarch placed a large

and Monday lend l a decided fall twangto thereafterseverely
,4 Grimes, of rear Brooker. of the road. Thousands of his people
the'middle
,
Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal, Rev. and Mrs II. H. Black, Mrs. R. the weather. The good ladies are boulder in

4 Duffy Abernnthy, Henry P"
:&,. and Mrs. Rufus Jones spent Thursday the barbecue and celebration at ---" It-AI FORD-- than the rest-.seized the stone and heaved it from
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youth-wiser
I"Jl afternoon nt Hampton! n'm'h.I Lake Butler Saturday. i I one lusty

,
,. daughter, of Ziff were visiting rela Roberts were visitors to Starke Tues Lake Butler Tuesday -
was a visitor to
u... ; t lives and friends here this week. day.W. afternoon.Mr. ) of gold?
Barber and daughterinlavMrs. overlooking bags
Ray McKinney was a business vis- / toe? Are any
stubbing you
Stone, of Baker county, was r Are your
batbeeue you
the
tank in
J. W. Barber, -
Saturday. ?
tor to Sampson consistently
business visitor here Tuesday. ? Do read
e Tom Mills made a business trip to ut Lake Butler Saturday Tuesday nigh) How about the advertising in this paper you
Miss Watson spent
R. R Thedo and children were visitors !-
Sampson Ed Barry Thursday and Mrs. Mack Bates nn to Starke Friday. nt her home in Starke. Stark Itis! at bag of gold to many of our readers.In .

V ; little son, J. C., \left Thursday for "'. E. Torode and family spent Sunday Earl Whittcn was a visitor to

their home in Tampa. at Kingsley lake. Friday morning. will find the advertisements of alert progressive
Carl McClcnny, of McClenny, was of Jacksonville, sp..nt our you
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred lIeKinnt'yIIp..nt J. R. Swartz
part of the week at hake Butter Sunday at his home near here. visitor here Thursday, the guest of merchants and manufacturers who seek to tell you something they think

and New River visiting relative. Mr. and Mrs. John demons, of W. H. Andrews. about the thing that inter-
Mrs. W. I, Roberts arid little son,, know. This advertising is news
Mesdames Frank Abernathy Job.Surrency Brooker, were visitors at the home nE. you ought to

and Rufus Jones, Equill J. Roberts Sunday. Phillip were tailors to Lake Butler most-articles that will save you money, lessen your work, or add
est
Dixon and Bessie; Abernathy, Messn. Cecil! Whitehead was a visitor to recently.Among you
r those who attended the bar and well being.
comfort
Math Alvin and LeRoy Wasdin, Rufus Starke Friday.Mr. materially to your
Percy nnd Carl Jones. Frank Ab.. and Mrs. David Reddish returned l>ecuo at Lake Butler Saturday wen
and Mrs. H. W. Raiford, Mr.! and
Mr.
t. ornathy. Geit-er Barry, John Sl1rr..n'yand to their home in North Georgl them it is plain
and Mrs To a ,
Mr. read advertising.
Mrs. W. It. Andrews, and
Harlev Thomas, of Ziff Ed Par lust week after spending about three Thrifty men women
Joe Dow ling, Mr and Mrs T. B. and their
risk and Fate Prevail, enjoyed a fish! months visiting relatives in Iawtey.Mrs. duty they owe themselves
HII1CIII'11'8: P. W. Handlcy and lit day business proposition-a
J. Howe, of Kingsley, spent every
fry nl Sampson lake Friday night
a I. L. Ogden was a business visitor Saturday and Sunday at the home of tie son, Hernie, Burl Whitten A'eryTillon. It tells them where they can buy exactly what they want at a

to Waldo Saturday. her daughter Mrs. A. A. Smith.M. Jim Bowling, Mr. Nabb, olSnnp r purses.

r Mrs Lewis Byrd and lillle sons,, I Davis of Jacksonville\ was n price they can afford to pay.
J. I. Moody, of Snpp spent last
i Guy and Therlen, left Saturday for visitor to Lawtcy Sunday.
Ocoee. Mrs. Alex Williams of Jacksonville week-tnd at his home here. Advertising them. They make it pay.

v E. J. Muiihee made a business trip \ visited relatives in Lawtey thIrst Henry Stone of Baker county, was pays

to Sampson Saturday.Mrs. part of the week. In town Saturday afternoon.

r Dora Barry and Ed Barry, ol Neal Thompson, of St. George Ga.ipent .. Herbert hitch I of StarKe, was visiting -
his sister, Mrs. W. C. Whitten,
last week in
Lawtey guest
Jacksonville, were business visitors to i as n\
Gainesville Friday. .if George Roberts. Saturday and Sunday.
+" J. J. McLeod and Arthur Ponrccrp Dr. and Mrs. "'. W. Farnell and READ ITJIICAUFOIUJ
Truhv, Lclnd Ruby Dyal spentthe WILL PAY YOU TOO.
I war k-end with their sister Mrs.! doinar carpenter work in Starko little son, Wilbur, Jr., who have been IT ,
visiting here for several days at thehome
his week.Henry .
i H. F. Wnsdin. of Waldo. .
Bennett of Jacksonville, of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pones returned -
Frank Beville of Gnincsvile, was n
business visitor here Friday.George pent from Friday to Sunday with : to their home in New Smyrna

Barry and mother spent Natives In Lawtey. Thursday.
I Dr. and Mrs. Chalker of the stateorison
several
Saturday at the county seat on bust Mrs A. A. Smith spent

") I.I n..IIII.j nys in Gainesville last week with rclHves. - farm were shopping in town =

j Truby Dval visited his brother, Saturday afternoon. II
h Brady Rosier, who Ie employed in
'f.'um.n..t ZifT' Friday Mrs. F.. B. Wells spent last FridayIn



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FRIDAY OCTOBER 7. 1921.. BRADFORD COUNTY TEl: FGRU'II. STAKKE. I.UIJII| ""Hr'l; 1 1F' '

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; joBHacgiaaEaacI Dr. J""lImMlrulg ::m LAKE ItUTI.KK: xillo, ", er(' guests of Jtov. S S. rrwt urday in lake Uutler. "'. w.is AH I.I.MIJ' f in y' |t i..

g} !It -- t T irul\ f.i.uily Salimlny and Sun A. 1 I':. i'r,.? tnv i kited hi1 fneiid T. Staikc Saturday. S *!'II.' .

hT Lake Uutler, Oct. 7.-Walter Knight day. J. T..W-:
I Opportunity Knocks of Gainesville, spent the week-eni I't'N. Ciirrin iivitorcd to Kuifurd on) home of :Mr. and :\1rll. J. D. AM,Tin in for a fen d.:s \-i witn f.I"d"i unj
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with relatives.A : >..111111) afleriioon.Orcn of Jack>
surprise party was !given to Miss IVlJo) of "i\e Mile, spent Mr. Townsend is' getting uloiiK nice returning to his liunio in JacknonvillaJlr. l

tt; Kate Kpi>eron Friday evening. Sunday with NolBcm) Ui'kle. I ly. llarKi-r has Just returned from a :,

At Your Door. Marie Chastain entertained a few Mr. and !Mm. Columbus liirllintr, of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason of Now three month' slay m the niiunUina: .

.k I of her friends Friday evening at a Providence, motored to Lake Uutler l Hirer, were in Lake Butler Monday of North Carolina ,

i Rook party. Saturday.Mr. morninff. I Jock liriirtns, of Jarkminvillt', wall ;. i iII i

i Mr. and Mrs. P. 1'\ IVKle, of Five and Mr. John Sapp! of Sapp, Shelton Loadholtz loft Saturday liiiHiiu'Ba' visitor here Friday c' yI

It is NOW or NE'ERFOn Mile, were business visitors to Lake were truest of> Rev :S.; S. Proctor and for Miami. I Troy Norman of Ijiwloy, spent! ,

BRADFORD COUNTY Butler Monday.Mr. family Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Strickland have Sunday here with rclativpi.'falilyau \, ,

VOTE FOR ROAD BONDS gI) and Mrs. Joe Kite and charm- Mr. and l\lrs. Johns of Maoclonny, moved into their new homo near Lake . -- ', -

6 { InK daughter, Miss Ada, of GalncsORMKK motored to the barbecue Saturday. street | _.. -- .. "", ... 1

r- 'I Mrs. P. \V. llorum i is convalescing Saturday was a day long to bo remembered '! ,..-,,,.... n. .., 'hv k-rH>tu* aud f t. I r

Scott Drug Co. FOR PUBLICATION. r.ftrr an illness of a few cluyn. l by the large crowd who r 'hlillt the Mont.i u a.m stem test as r t""I.111 /'. .. .".
I of Florida. Eighth '
In Circuit Court. Mat ... avlilural.ui. 1. i ,... "
Jiidle.il Circuit. Bradford County In' Chancery The Woman' Club met Monday af- assembled at the fair grounds to celebrate -
t
'ernoon at1:30: in regular liusineHs the launching of Union county .
SPECIAL PRICES ON EVERYTHING Polite Manning.Complainant.. : and the The day A TO."MIC! .
esslon following oflicer were wa* a success from thou
Vr* I Or )\'e's Tasteless chiii Tonic J
O Forge Mannln t 11'1.1t'd-: start to finish mid was spent with ief.orrsKcicrny ,

ioopffipgioQjagQacmag! em: I>*.[cnd.nt.It affidavit apf-wmled to thoMtl Mrs. A. C. Strickland, president.Mr peaking and! I band music. At twelve and Vitality l by I'urlfyii.it( uii
t j tiled amwarimt In tiw abovMtatcd hy cause that floraeMnmmng II. F. Priester, let vice 1"'t'RI-t o'clock the barbecue dinner was servrd hiiift tlio lllcxKl.Vlicn you f.i-l its 'rj'streagtbening ,
the d-rfrndant thrrrln named. I In a and each Invigorating| Tt'tt.( see huwU r "
I .Id..nt i of thw Hate of Florida and conceal one present was able to
TheBradford him If no that process of aiihnwna cannot 'etit.Mrs. nVcure well)J !brings!! "llIr to tlio rliiifkH tutu" how -1 1It
** Salome Moines, 2tul, vice .president. a filled plate of well -
I IM aorvcd man him and la over tho age oftwrntynnr prepared .
Im..rO\"R| the ii npix'l'' V"v I'hIthen! .1,,
: food.
n > yian. It I. thrrfore ortlrrcrl that.aid : Thl gathering togetherf ,
rroldtnt HrfrndHnt. In- and la hfrrliy reoutrctl a|>|irciflu(0 il* (trim tonic vulim.irop's ,
Mr. P. M. 3rd! (> the citizens and ,
t to .I..r to the hill of complaint tll..d.nl.1 Padgett, vice prN- friends <.f Union t''
( TuNtrlvM olilll Tonic
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p County In faun on or before Mond..". the 7th 'dent.Mrs i county and the good,I and lastiiur ini (.implyIrtui 4
al 1 d..y..r Nmpmht'r A. I). lif-M. nth.>rwlno the I| aiul QuitiiM: "'I,.iuh'd In\ Kyrup. So
I) nlU-i'Htlond of acid bill will Iw taken .. J. 11.tanl1.! secretary.Mis pression made' by the able speakers 1.1..blll.ll"1J1I lilldr.'ii' like I.. The 'liliHHliif'uH \ eel f

s frBNi'ri liy .add defendant ron-j ]M.irxhall! Proctor, (IreiiRuror. will mean 1 prosperity I in t the future for U1' '<:'INi. : ; to I urify It tills! IKON" ) 10
BankWAS 11 In furlhiT or-1.'rod that thin orrti-r
S It ,,,,hll.h.d onrv wrrk for four ..on."tl\.1 I ?Mr' I'ell' wax appointed chairinn this ('''lInlllt'r": then-. is union EiuitlJ), il IVi.trnyx M.iluriwl I fjuniiH tutu

P, I Iwwe'k.nWHi: >aiH In.r the|:tuhlff.Ilrndford' r1 in Reid County cvutity: Ti'l; dn'etude., i>f the cemetery committee I|: there is utrrntrlh. Iet us. walk t to.K Urlli\: Kurim l hy I I..i S'roniJlliaiiiiiiJ' ! "Ivlg"," *

'III,1 'Ihla"' pumbvr n. IV21 Josie Pinkston of Worthington, <*thi'r. iinntt 1 I' ITw't ;. .
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O. W. ALDERMAN. -- -- -" - - -
tl I I Seal) Clerk Clrwult Court. attended the barbecue held here Sat- .',, Al I'. und Mrs. Hoover of Slarke, I
By C. A. KNIGHT. urday. nttetided the I bnibecue' bore i
j Deputy Clvrtu Saturday. 1.Ilhli"ht'(1 I 1S.ii! ;
IS "I \. 7.. AHKINS. Col. W. T. Weeks, of Starke, was ;j!1 Tom Dukes, .>f I'jve' Mile, was' In | : r
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ANDWILL Solicitor. for Compl.ln.nt.IftO.atl0l" :in town Saturday. then! Saturday.Hifthlntid i VOT13 1-' lit ItONDS:
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ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rime, of Mil-1 I t'

BE fn Circuit. Court. Ptnto of Florida. Eighth ?er, attended to business here Saturday. ;: it U;111"\ItI'
M 1 Judirlal, Circuit. Drndford County In Chan
IN FAVOR OF eerv. I -- I 1886
BONDING FOR HARD
ROADS i .
{ Vnr T TCIckmor and TW. K1ral1tr. her Mr. Brown
P' huNhnnd. comnlnlnnnu, osKlslnnt superintendent : Vt. 7.--Clilford M. Clickof

''I y.Rubrt of the lil..f. farm atltendod tholiatliocue Jacksonville, was transacting bus.1
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I1ImIIJImCllJillIDfJcnJr.lDCiIlliIJIiJIXII'.1f'IC'IIJlCJIL!> >! ) : :: '' :: I.'tiOOQtJiln.ICIIIJrU"UII, !, I Vxon. i'frrnlnnt.
I< U anni nrln" hv afTidu\it, ttpin>ndi>d to th. Snturday. i incsN have Thursday. :I,
WE CAN DOUBLE 'I bill filed' In the* nhovo utatcd cntme that Rohrt !Mr. unit 1 !Mrs. II. W. liniford ofnlllto.I Miss\) Winifred. .. Wimbeily and IIlIn'imh.I ' DAISINSURANCE I
; OUR aI: Nixon, the d<>f<>ndnnt th*'mln nanifd IHnoti )
? ','. nt. of the Mntt of Florldn. and: thatthe motored to Idlke Butler on \\ )' were biixincHH 1 visitors to
> idunce( of the acid d. frnrlitnt ui unknown
f SALES WITH A HARD t and In over the age nf twrnty.one Saturday.: Ijiwtey Wmlnesdiiy.
I t ywim : It l I. thrri'foro firdcn-d, that ...leI non- Mr. and; Mrs" II. Blake spent Sun- 1 Ceo. \\'. Pinker" ) left! Thursday for"
g niild<>nt difindnnt lie and fa hrrchy required
A ROAD BOND ISSUE ,II to npiM-nr 'to the tilll of npln'nt tiled In aaldCIIUHO tiny in faiii.'H\illo.! Mr. Jtlake tilled jHcksonvillelierc he hurt' secured n.
on or 'before MimHny. the 21.t day ofN'ovcmhtr
the pulpit of the Christian church position.'
I A T> iniTI. othi-rwhc th- atliipa-I In
Have your lands h'acted-Insure your House bona of KnM bill will lie taken an .nr..1 that city Sunday | Miss\ Klhel: Kicks and Mrw H. r

I Vote for Good Roads! and Watch Your Place Double in "i tiy n1d in further Hi'f*;ndnnt.nmli'wd thnt thin order. IIP pub I'fated I IU I The ninny (,'if'II,11of Mr. and 1 Mrs. \\"Im"'rV'I') visitors 1 In Jacksonville STARVE

Value. for eight connrciitlve wn'kn in thet'lmlfonl Mose |
: .' I County: Ti'lcvraph.: : _a tifWHpnprr pubTill" I'Vinliorir are glad l to see themagain Thursday. ; ;

Name your price and list it for sale with us. t U n heat:,: 'n Sfptemliiir ra id;: 0)011, .2i. "ii 1; '.I'C'l l r. nt the Cut Price Store, hnvinircome --- .
(i. W. AMIKKM4N. to tis' from Dunnollon. I
(Sinll, rlrrk. rirenlt. Court. I j Iti'n has ,
E. A. Strout Farm AgencyG. Ity. C. A. KNir.IIT.IVputy. I'einlienr gone to Cnines-
Clrrk.' I
D. P KNIGHT. villP.Col. r'i
M. INJIAN Representative. Solicitor fur Oiniiilninnnt 8.28: .at-11.18 and Mrs.' Scliell Maine, ofRiinftird "
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Itl - -- -- --- ------ are snouts of I>r. and Mrs. .. .11. '- I 8'L
NOTICE OF APPIirATION 1(1IIE.D: J. K. Moines; this week. : e '
'c Bradford County Abstract Company I UMH' K HMTIOV. 57ft "F 1IIK:
Ci.NIafAL BTA1U1L8Hereby I I I11rs. Jessie Andrews, and (children I

I?t i notice la it Ken toot T. J. Alderman, of Jacksonville was! a guest of Mrs.
M. F. BROWN, Manager.e ?I purchnm of tux solo C4>rtln at.>. numberednitpwtlvvly .
?I 20 21. KB, flli, 72. 112 and 2 \4.Uflued .1. I.. Maine! Saturday.

lt7lttxscsfacxomars: 3QacsaKnnOT! :: cst'9 i rlatss7tirs e n OOtum .I 1 ty. I'lnrfdii by the hold tnx eertiMcHtea.oll'clor of!I..>Bradford nil dated. conn1 July- I' The younger set enjoyed! n sinjr at

I 1,1 i Tth ItID. hn* tiled aaid ...'Hicht.a tn m.. 'tht' home of Miss' Mildred Roberts!
ltd oltire him made application for tax deed 'L
,td:: to ..::.n'ln accordance with.: :law, Sunday evening

:. We give "SUDDEN SERVICE" but our Service I I: |1 follow Paid. )in if ci-rtllluatt-a In rub: In rewiMCtlvely Bradford Bounty embraces f lorid"tha. I ]Mrs. ))ol"h[ Hiehnrd, of Oiiinesville,

U ."........d..1 tho lute of tho !Iii.uance of auchcortincntH woe C the week-end truest of her dnuirhtcr -

: would be much more Sudden if we had hard roads.Mitchell's I AAAIt l after, ,particularly' In tinnnmeH net forth.rvtnortlvrly. towfti herein* | 1\1 rl1. K. Roberts.Mr. .

H I b' Cert tile,lu No liO umbrae nithweHt Oitnrti | and 1 Mrs.' Frank Andrews, of
h.r..r NorthiHwt Quarter. North llulf of
:I H..ull..t guarter. S".. 28! '1', A. 8. 1(. IH E.. I I .7irk: onvilc] II attended rho I Imrhncue on
I.II7 Ilili ,urea. ae.aed W. U. Nt'tllt RlilurdllY.
:iJ Ccrtinciite !Iou. ft ptmirncf aithrnpt (fuarIt i
I I .r of Snulhtfunt Quartrr. Bi'f! K.'t.: Tp. 6. S. | Mr. Can-in hns Nold| | his' Interest in
Drug Store Ii 14|!( 11M F.. 40 iic'jf. ajtuptiMcd J. J. BrannenA '
'the
,i A! Certificate( No. KA i-mhrarrH Northeast (Jtinrtir Imrher shop to ICIxvy IioiulholtK,
p)\ of Northrant. Quart*.r. &'0. 1 26, Tp. ft. 8 of Jacksonville' and Mr. Ixindholti
K. IH K.: 40 .e..'.. mm.wsod J. J. llrunmn.t ; .
rrrtitli-iitit No fj tmhrac.ta. com nt NIO, Cur hits moved his family to Luke! Hut-
ij 27kr ftoxOuCjC. J/tanf ,.[ nf Inniln Bold to K. hit and run N 1116<) ft.. )ler.Vr welcome
H rV lofi ft.. tinnot8 along line 10A ff>rt. K: this eslnuible
I'[]1 loa fit to h...... Ki-fl. lt. Tp. 5. 8. R. 21 1'':.. to our midst.I film-I
II[) aHMtMAi'd G. C Illy
,9 Starke Florida S.pp.a
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I : Cnrtincate No.. 72 embrace Northeast Qunrij :I Mrs.' 'V. TO.: Morrison, and, Ili J (

I',''It ij; t.-r It.r..r& South Koiith.lUlf ant Wimrtvr of North of Half N..rll.t of Southwest Wunr returned. to their home in .Jackson-j I

J "]I gmiHiV of Northwvat Quarter A South Half title Sunday morning lifter a week's
OPPOSITE STUMP'S:; H nf Norihfait Quarter of Smitlmmt Quarter &
:! ', Well Ilnlf of H..u.h..t Quarter of MnuthraMt MIIIV with her brother Judge, A. C.
0t ,':: Quarter Nortb half of South half of South- Strickland.Th .
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0i weal Quarter or SW 1.a VV\(j of 8R Quar ,i, '
a t.'r of Hnuthwiiit Qtiurtrr & South: Half of ': county commissioners met on
6IIQtiL7Lti111JL';: > i sFS3Ct17T3CCi19TIGi1,1CfAiaClGtt"7dit' ; ; :1111k tCJtJ3aS'ii7l ; < '. N..rl haul. Quarter of South*...t Quart of'Southwiiit ''Monday morning for organization and
I"t Quarter See. 1-i. T|>. B, S. U. 22 E.. ,
II''I Nerve MHnenaed Unknown.Cortiilenle i i C. A. nUI'l'rlllVU.. elected c.h'llrm'llI I
..1 11'6 No. 112 vmhrncva lad I of lilt
:: JUANITA"AIM :. J. W. I'atton'a nurvey. of Worthlnirtont of the county commissioners, nod n.1 j
( Sprinim. fl.cn. liM. U2, UU. 1 '. 0. 8. It. 1U C.. N. Stakes,
I nweKHed Unknown. I was selected ilK ('hnirn.nn
Certificate No. 204) ombrncim. all ex North-i[ of I Iho board nf public Itmtriiction.( I rJhe End of Ip
ret tjuaiter" of North ant Quarter. Sec. 13. Tp. !
AIM'HUH WILLIAMS, Prop. I 7, S. K. M! E.. duo ....... a.wieMu-cl' Unknown. i I Miss) Myrtle Collins, of N'ewherry
I II lInl... .. d c'rtin.atoM ahall l rvdemedArcorHinii'
>o the
WIIR guest of Mrs. : ,
Oeorpo Cr le-
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: to law tax deed will luaue thvrvonon
:: We have nothiiiK but the best for our patrons : on tho 17th clay of October.; A. I). 1U21: mon this week. Perfect Day"i
I t 1 Wltntva my official aiunature and seal this a
H I Good meals, quick service, courteous! treatment. Special l 1 I tho 14th dry of SupUfmbfr.' A. I>. 1021. A daughter was born to Mr. and ,
U W. AM (KHM-XN,
::11 IIfr. Tommie
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'3 rates for board by week or month. Banquets and | i I (Scull CU :I.: Circuit: v jurf: Hewitt Wednesday. '
<>.t.Cflft-(4.} Bradford County, Floridai | Mr*. Wesley Crab and children, of
:: dinner parties will be give nextra rates and attention. _._ I
:1 I I" --- Jacksonville, visited relatives, ( In -and all ready for another, whether It

:::1 I This i.s the only restaurant that has ever been able to r.i Lake Butler Saturday. j I plow, harrow, drill ; to run the thresher, "

:; survive in Starke which speaks well for our service. : WEAK, NERVOUS:), I Mr. end Mrs. J. S. Howard and corn fcbtller, the hay baler or what-not. .

: Our business is good but if we had good roads the family of Miller attended the Fordson Tractors ate not only doing in

t i ALL nU .1DOU\ cue here Saturday.Mr. bnrbe-I a
? travel would be increased'; to such an extent that our most economical and most efficient
and Mrs. Huh Oreen
of Tirooker
patronage would be tenfold. Therefore general field work for farmers the world
I '
u j 1 ____ motored to Lake Puller Saturday. |
I. I n.V.. Rorum bridge! foreman for but they arc saving them time Labor

I AM: 1JOOSTING. FOU GOOD; ROADS ::1 Missouri Lady Suffered Until She the Southern moved his cars to Inko money in taking care of every power job.

1 Tried Car !ui.-Says Result flutter and took In the haihceuc Sat I It combines all of the qualities-all of the
: Wll"ft7EJrirlrTfRP.1fN71ICflatlgll3\ : : ; : 'fflJmm'JPCIfIDt'IIOO)1OClCtcrCJIXX'Jt'Jf.t:1f'H1: ; ;: :' II urday.I I
Was I Rev. S. S, vantages-you have wished !or in a
:j : Surprising.Got Along Proctor mid daughter,
)' 1 Miss I It is light ; it is powerful ; it is efficient
Poor Road Expensive Marshall Mr. and !Mrs.' Jon Kite ;
: Fine, Became Normal :land rlnuprhter, .Miss Add visited I the !i economical in both fuel consumption and

Sometimes farmers cannot haul produce to market i:"I I and Healthy.j I state farm Sunday. While there they ]I keep ; it is durable ; it is dependable; and

when the best account of had roads. It were truest of Mr. and Mr .
prices are on I' I _____ Rrown.I, not extravagant in cost.It's .
: is a well established fact that market prices for even I; I Bon Dukes, of Five Mile!, was a :
III! :j' I Bprlnef leM Mo.-"My buck wu MI business visitor to I..nkJluU..r Mon hard to tell you all the facts about Jr.'i
the and it is
throughout
staple crops vary :year, com
j I weak I could hardly stand up and 1 day. Fordson here. We prefer to talk to
mon for farmers to find that they cannot haul their :', would have bearing-down pain andwu Tho Columbia you
I county sheriff arrested and to show ita
,: not well at any tlfue.; cay Mr*. sonally you many
produce to market when prices are good on account of : D. V. Williams. wife of a well-known Goodman Copeland Monday on We'll gladly bring all the facts to you if

the condition of the roads. '|1 farmer on Houto 6, this place. "I a warrant alleging! the forging of 1
? will phone or drop us a card."TaTT : .
r kept getting headache and baring t. check
When the trunk line i i.s once built we can get Fed F r':'' go to bed" coiitlnu1a.. William He wa carried to Lake City.

eral aid to help build feeders to the main line throughout j describing the trout 'rom wblcb | Mr. and Mrs. Tom Townsend returned -

d she obtained relief tUr i tbe nee of Monday evening from Jack ,
I the county. ij j Cardul. "My huBband. .larlnK; heard lion vii Ie. I !t. "o kc

FEDERAL AID ,HELPS POORER STATESDo Iu)41";i of Cardul propound petting It for me. Mr. and Mr*. O. n. Alderman and
,
I'i J "I naw after taking some Cardul
what Federal aid does ? I
know
you :, that I was improving.; The result children of Jacksonville spent Sat- -
It makes the rich and prosperous states contribute! waa aurprlBlng. I felt like a different : ., -
:I person. To Stop a Cough Quick
to states in road building. Other states '"
the poorer nre i! "Later I Buffered from weakrra take IIA YES' HEALING HONE'
; of this aid. not Florida ? and weak back and felt a
tpkinj' advantage Why all rundown cough mediclno which, BWrlll the cough by

Until we ran get the trunk line completed, Tet u+ nervous I did not and rest croas.well at My nIght husband, I wa*fluid 110 bculinfc1 the inflamed and irritated tutsuns.
A box of
farmers combine and build feeders to it. free of cost, I i he would get me Come Cardul, which SALVE fur Chest GROVE'S Cold., Head VfEN-TKATE Col.ls and

theHOFFMAN'S he did. It utrfngthoned me . My Croup U oncUwed with bottle of
so all roads will lead to < doctor Bald I got along floe I wa la HAYES HEALING HONEY.every The salve J. W. ANDREWS,
J good healthy condition I
cannot should be rubbed on tbe client end throat
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MILLINERYWhere cay too much for It. AU1110RIZED
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of children suffering from a Old or Croup.Th

the have their new Fall]] Stock on exhibit. I.i j'' a.Thousands Mr*. William of women Inscribes bar, until Buffered they .Pirating tlirtHiccirnt cffn/ >iii of Ml llayna with the* healing h alnarfr K-fl.ruvea Ford and Fordson Dealer

found rellAf from the use ef CarduL Ofeo-lrata helve tbrutiuh t1. pom. of
Next week they will have a- full]] line to show you I. I filnrw It ha. helped BO many, rOil UM ikla aaaa alopa a oounh.IMh STARKE FLORIDA
should mriMlli-a. mn .....hd In on"carton and the ,
of the very latest up-to-date styles at the lowest prices .. not hesitate to try Cardul U cum of t1.coniblood. treatment .1.I5c.
troubled with womanly ailment Just ask your druggist for HAYES' WK 1'(11.1.( I rou (;o Watch this next week. I
space : I For safe everywhere. E.8I HUVLING tlONt.Y. SON I'ULLS FOR THE i'AUMKIW
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KK.MIMMM( COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA _FRIDAY...OCTOBER 7. 1921.
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& i\\ --- - - v;:'s c illecjed) to pay the interest and interested, directly or indirectly, in I proved by the better farming of today | farmer are nearly if not quit -i

f. FULL TEXT OF to create a sinking fund as aforesaid any contract for the building or maintenance and the constant Improvements tricate as those met by the law -r or I

,I shall be paid over by the tax collector :- : or repair of said roads. That that are being made in the business I the medical practitioner. A'

of aid Bradford county, or other none of said members shall be paid ; of agriculture. cated farmer is I the peer of ar tr ;n

1 LAW PROVIDING firs in receiving same on account tii any compensation for any service1 one eleven Farming knowledge education and in what are commonly referral: t
taxes collected or property Bold there rendered by them in the construction cigarettes 'I practical experience is as necessary II I the "learned professions." Th it.

for to said board of bond trustees all maintenance or repair of an) of the I for the successful farmer of today asa :; ter may at times be consider I "a

:' FOR BOND I ISSUE soon as collected; and said board of I roads mentioned in this act; provided, profound study and wide knowledge i| necessary evil," the real farm !v.

: bond trustees shall keep an accurate however, that the bond trustees may I of law or medicine is essential to the er. But he must be an educate ar.and,

'\ I and separate account of all moneys be paid only any actual expense incurred success of the lawyer or the doctor. met in order to merit recogniti.j

(Continued from Page 1)). I due and received from such sources,, in the discharge of their du 'I And the problems confronting the j to succeed.-Times-Union.

-- and shall: pay out of the moneys so ties. -=-
;tl, county commissioners district and the received the interest upon the bond Sec. 12. That said board of bond -

I first five trustees shan he chosen in a issued and sold under the provisona ol trustees shall have prepared and published I

f special election for that purpose on this act, and to invest the residue in or printed for distribution a

r,s: the third Tuesday in November, 1921, the redemption or purchase of said detailed statement at the end of every W 0RfiAN' I The
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c tt! I and shall hold office- until Tuesday after bonds; or if said bonds cannot be redeemed six months beginning: January 1,

. \ the first Monday in January, 192":;;- or purchased at par, or at 1922 of all moneys received and paid I it*

l : : and it shall not be,necessary to publish such premium us said board of bond out by them. : Three
Inseparables
," { i any notice of the said election. 'trustees may deem reasonable and Sec. 13. The board (it bond trustees 'I Ideal

I j Thereafter the term of office of ouch just, then such residue' may be invested shall choose one of its members One for mildn s.VIRGINlA DRY GOODS
shall be two and they in United States state, county or chosen''
I trustees years, as chairman and the one so
i. ; shall be lumen in the general election municipal bonds bearing interest; or shall serve as chairman until the next One for melt wnesL BURLEY ,

r 1 i immediately preceding the expiration Iin the event such bonds cannot be acquired election or selection, of a member. One for aroma.TURKISH

I I a of the term of office of the Incum- I to advantage, such funds shall That all money paid out by said trustee
tobaccos
}wntll.'I be deposited In the savings departments shall be by voucher and only upon The finest perfectly! SCHOOL HOOKS, STATIONERY BakeryJ.

That each of the said bond truBtees I of national banks or state the order of the board duly recordedin aged and blended OF SCHOOLAND
banks of the state of Florida or savings ALL KINDS
J shall Rive a several bond In Home approved its minute book. Every voucher
; surety company authorized to I I banks organized and existing under issued under the provision of this ) 2Ofol.15qr.Z OFFICE SUPPLIES
"'' do business. in I'lnrida payable to the the laws of the state of Florida, .section shall be in such form as the O. TURNER, Prop.

, governor of the Mute of Florida and ''at the prevailing rate of interest, to board of bond trustees shall adopt; I .

his successors inoffice, in such Hum or be held as an accumulating fund for each voucher to he signed by th< 7 r,
Hums an from time to time the board i the ultimate redemption of said bonds chairman or acting charman and audited tj ,..f. KEEPS ON HAND FRESH

." of counts commissioners may designate :' It shall be the duty of said board of and certified as being correct 111 FIFTH",....,"AVE..". Glass for windowsOur ] BREAD, DELICIOUS CAKES
I \ and ns the exigencies of the bond trustees to make and submit a by the clerk or auditor of Raid board your ,
cane may require. The premium on I careful estimate to the board of county before any depository shall pay lIu'h.1: ]. I PIES, CANDY ETC. A FULL

such bonds shall be paid from any commissioners of Bradford county, voucher. It Is further provided that'I nicely. I STOCK OF FANCY GROCER-

funds in the hands of the board of i Florida, on or before the first Mon-' a certified copy of this section shall Mrs. M. W. Lee has a Rhode Island IES.
__ bond trustees. day of July of each year beginningwith be filed with each depository of the hen which has been laying eggs stock of Dry Goods is very

Any vacancy occurring In the Raid the year 1921 of the amount funds arising from the sale of bonds weighing nearly one-quarter of a complete and we can supply GOODS SOLD FOR CASH
}board of bond trustees shall be filled i necessary to be; raised by general or otherwise. The board of bond trustees pound each. Last. week this hen lay-
: >by the remaining members selecting taxation for road purposes in the said shall require all depositories to ed an egg weighing four and a half what you want at the lowest prices. ONLY

some person who is a qualified elector, I county, and it shall be the duty of give suitable security to protect the ounces. This egg had inside. of it a call and
r and freeholder residing in the said the board of county commissioners to bond and other funds so deposited; smaller egg about two inches long,,, Give us a -

county and the commissioners district provide by resolution and cause to be such security to be of the same character covered with a separate shell. ThisIs

in which the vacancy occurred. I assessed and have collected annually as now provided by law govern an occurrence we have never heard WE ARE IN FAVOR OF

Sec. 3. Said board of bond trustees such general road tax ns the Raid depositories.. Said board of bond of before.. BONDING
FOR GOOD
I is hereby declared to be a body corporate -: trustees may request. provided such trustees may employ a clerk or audi M. W. Lee is harvesting the largest ROADS

I, I and Khali adopt a common seal levy in no case shall exceed the maximum tor who fchall keep a minute of its crop of pecans this year than ever I
I and is hereby authorized to sue and allowed by law for such general proceedings which book shall alwaysbe before. Rome of the limbs are!

t lie sued and to contract and he contracted I road purposes.Sec. open to the public for inspection.Said breaking under the load of nuts. I WOKK FOR GOOD ROADS.
s i y with, and is delegated to exercise (I 7. The board of bond trustees board shall have the power. to STARKE, FLORIDA

'.' the right and power of eminent shall have the entire control, supervision adopt all such rules and rl'J'ulatlonlll SUCCESSFUL: !' FARMING: : NEEDS I

domain; that is, the right to appropriate I care, construction and main.Itenance as may be necessary for despatch of I EDUCATION
e for the laying out or constructing of said roads. and bridges\ business, not inconsistent with the I -

++ { or changing, the roads mentioned provided to be constructed in section provisions of this act. I i A successful farmer in these modern VOTE FOR ROAD BONDS
r .j t in this act, or any other roads that tine of this act, and all other roads Sec. 14. Should any section or part days must know a lot, must be
i unit] board of bond trustees deem 1 and bridges in said county, and shall Sternberg'sDry
may thereof of this act be held void in judicial | educated. Time was, but ages ago, ANDINSURE
n(>('ellllury.r I have the custody and control of the
proceedings then only such i when a forked stuck sufficed. for a
', t Sec. 4. That the mud board. of bond moneys arising from the said salesof than or )part thereof shall be IIcc'l 1' plow the motive power a dog or, said WITII
truxtees is hereby vested with author said bonds That the construction be void and the shall in with Planting for
:. : same no way : regret; a woman.
: ity to borrow such reasonable amountof of the said roads and bridges shall he I nflVct the remaining sections and the purpose of producing sufficient: Goods and Furnishing -

money ns may in Its judgment\ be awarded to the lowest responsible I parts of this act, but all other parts: :, food, for the planter and his family
I proper for the ordinary and preliminary bidder who .shall give bond in some of this act shall be held to be' valid' was the only, consideration EvenI Store
expenses that may bo incurred surety company authorized to do business and legal. I I! then variety of production was not HAROLDC.

,' by the mild board prior to the issuance in Florida for the faithful performance Sec. 15. That the said board of considered. Soil adaptability was not

;k and Bale of any of said bonds' of the contract in such sum bond trustees shall have and! exercise I' considered more than that patches STAKKE, FLA.
y ( mid) that any such indebtedness) Incur- as may be determined by said bond any and all rights and receive any'' were selected where what was wanted WALL

red shnll tie, paid out of the first pro- trustees; said bond to be in favor and and all benefits/ of the gelll'rllll"ws of would grow. Cultivation was of the
1 coeds derived from the Bale of of approved. by said board of bond trus- and scantiest character.
any Florida now in force that are not indirect simplest I Contains everything needed
the mid bonds; but in CUHO no bond tees. The board of bond truntpcs shall I conflict herewith, and that hereafter Now however, all this has changed.To .
give notice by advertisement at least by man, woman or child in the
be sold, then such indebtedness maybe may be enacted, relating to the be a successful fartrer in thesedays i iI WHO IS AGENT FOR
,
paid, out of any funds in the hands onl'eI week for at least four consecutive building, keeping and 'improving thepublic the tiller of the !soil: must be educated way. 6f clothing. If you can'tCnd ,
of the board of bond trustees. I weeks of awarding any contractexceeding for instruction and
roads of the .said county; and i I or depend
Sec ft. Raid board of bond trustees three hundred dollars. Said nothing in this act contained shall be 'i direction on one who is possessed of : what you want elsewhere,,

la hereby authorized and empoweredto board of bond trustees may reject any construed to deprive Incorporated cities a wiI.'anl'e\ of practical knowledgeas :' will find it at Sternberij'sBEST The Best Insurance
and all bids. received and readvertlsothe you
heap bonds of Bradford county, and towns of their proportion of the countadvh.or: for instance. .
Florida, in the mini of Five Hundred) samo until a satisfactory bid Is the general road fund collected within ': Farming' today is a science and a
Thousand 550000.00; ) Dollar, ri'ceived. Said board of bond trustees Companies .
(
Fifty such: incorporated cities and towns business combined. It comprehends mODS-
said bonds. to be of the denomination may let the contracts for said roadsand I as provided by law. j a range of knowledge not dreamed of
of One Thousand ($1,000.00)() ( ) Dollars I bridged in units of constructionas in the philosophy of the farmer of LOWEST PRICES
I Sec 16. In the event thnt the bon I -
l'l'l'hlrinA'} date the first day of to said board may appear best.I ancient times. This was clearly and
for in this act shall bo \
issue provided ;
FIRE LIFE AUTO.
January or July of the year in which |" See R. The board of bond trusteesIn approved by a majority of the electors plainly outlined by the New York BONDS

the said bonds, or any part thereof, their discretion may employ a voting in the election to be held Times, in a recent issue, when it said: MOBILE and ACCIDENT IN- \
may be IInl.lI'h hp"rlnintt''l..t( at trained land competent engineer or "A mere longing\ for the land is not
for that the board of bond
,
a rate not to exceed six I,,>centum I engineers of experience, who shall trustees herein purpose provided for shall succeed a qualification for its profitable cultic SURANCE j
(6 per centum) per annum; said interest I make detailed) plans and specifications bond vation. The farm is no place for the
the board of trustees now; STARKE, FLA. \
1)'lnpayullll' setnl-unnually I covering all the roads and bridges' and The ,
inefficient inexperienced. ROADS
in existence and in charge of the said WE WORK FOR GOOD
4 on the first day of January and July; j mentioned in section one of this act public roads under and by virtue ofChatl'r I successful farmer, it would appear
bonds to mature not more than thirty I and the engineer "or engineers employed Chapter' from the demands now made of him,; I AS WELL AS FOR EVERYTHING .
7990! amended by
I \ as
from date Bniil trustees | shall superintend) the entireexecution II the versatile of
((30) :years 7991, laws of Florida, and on or before must be most voca- ELSE THAT WILLIIELI' ..y
are empowered to Issue Hiiid. bonds of the contract or contracts Tuesday after the first. Monday' tionists for he has to deal with theweather I

t cither as straight bonds\ or in ....rl8.\\ for construction, and no contract or in January, 1922, the said old board! 1 machines, animals, markets THIS SECTIONStump PULL FOR GOOD ROADS s
That the form of said bonds. contracts for construction shall be entered of bond trustees shall: deliver to the and railroads, as well as with the I

interest coupons shall be prescribed into until such plans! and specifications new board of bond trustees providedfor crops themselves and the pests. thatmolest ,;
'" the board of bond trustees said have been duly approvedby .:
liy ; them It is not such a simple
this all books
in net, moneys, machinery -
bonds. shall be signed by. the said board of bond trustees. No and occupation as that which primitive I
man of said board mid bear' the im-I, engineer employed by said board shall tools implements personal man faced when driven to till the soil.
of bind and nhnll
(r print of the corporate seal thereof; bo interested directly or indirectly make property every thereof und It is even more complex than In the is h

S shall be attested by the clerk of the in any contract for the construction I appropriate an inventory receipts for all such property takes- clays when Cato and Varro wrote so I Lunch Counter t1 t;
circuit court for bradford county and of any road or bridge herein providedfor. learnedly and Virgil so poetically, of

(L the interest coupons. thereto attached Sec.- 17. This act shall t"keTct/ its processes; and its practice Is relatively -
nhall bear facsimile signature of Sec. 9. That and after December Pullerfor
a :
from more important from the fact ,
I and be in force from the first day: of a
2' mild clerk and said bonds and the interest I \ 1, 1021, all moneys paid into December, 1921, provided that the I, that more people are dependent upon i
shall be secured by the the general road fund arising from I MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
t coupons or same be ratified! by the affirmative each farmer; for in the last hundred
? \ taxable property, real and personal, any levy for general road purposes vote of a majority of the qualified ,I, years the number of persons engaged GROCERIES AND CANNED j
+ within said county. including the levy for the year 1921 electors of the said Bradford Bounty agricultural pursuits has decreased
Sec. ((1. It shall be the duty of .said collected within said county shall be voting an election to be held in the from 87! per cent to 30 per cent." GOODS CARRIED IN STOCK. i
board of bond trustees to make and kept) by the tax collector of Bradford Agricultural knowledge, as is. indicated -
said for that thethird
county purpose on GoodRoads :
submit a careful estimate'!: to the boardof county in a fund separate and apart) Tuesday in October, 1921 No by the above quotation, is as ( GIVE ME A TRIAL.

county commissioners; of Bradford from all other funds and paid over bv notice of the said election shall he required. 1: extensive us it is necessarv. And nowhere II I

county, Florida, on or before the first said: tax collector to said board of The board of county commissioners does this apply with more of I
"; Monday of July of each I year, l beginning : bond trustees and shall be used for and the supervisor of regis/ truth than in Florida where soil conditions

ea with the year 1)!>22 of the amount the construction, repair, upkeep and tration of the snid county shall discharge and climate, for instance, are
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' of money necessary to be raised by maintenance of all roads and bridges such duties in connection with so peculiar and have to be studied J. E. ThomasOpposite
special tax fo the interest within said and for the ,
pay upon county payment the holding of the said 1 election as are : with intensiveness and a view to that
mid to create a sinking fund for the of the incidental expenses) of -. TT'frrvi of them by law for holding : which is practical Successful farming He is already well patronized,
payment of the principal of the bonds the board of bond trustees.Sec. is not possible without education but would be still more so if the
general elections, and the said election ,
a issued and sold under the provisionsof 10. That it shall be the dutyof ; shall bo. governed! In all respects without practical knowledge obtained roads leading to Starke were

this act; and, it shall be the duty the board of bond trustees to give bv the law for holding general elections from hooks and farm periodicals and better. Griffin & Johns Market .

I of the board of county commissioners general notice by advertisement of except as otherwise provided! by experience. The latter Is a very IF YOU WANT
to provide resolution and cause to their intention to receive bids, for the
; : expensive teacher but less BO when Near Depot.
4 I I herein or as is not Inconsistent here REA- -
be assessed and have cII..ete.lnnnu/ll- sale of all: or any part of said bonds, with. supplemented by the experience of DRY GOODS NOTIONS
ly a special, tax upon all the real and the same shall be .sold to the I others and acquired by observation DY-TO-WEAR CLOTHES FOR
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tate and personal property, rII ell'j j hlghiwt bidder; provided, however, LAKESIDE : and study. MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN 1

telegraph and telephone lines and upon I that said bonds shall not he sold<1 for Many a man has one broke" by SHOES. HOSIERY I

all other property taxable under I less than ninety-five per cent of theirpar Lakeside, Oct,Cleveland Lee Is'It going! ahead on the theory that "any: HATS 1\IILLINERY.-TIiE I
p u the laws of Florida, within Bradford value with accrued interest. Said home under the cure of Dr. Parks, body can be a farmer." Such a one PLACE TO GO TO IS

j county, Florida, sufficient to raise an board of bond trustees mav sell all tv of Hampton. He is improving very soon finds out that education is very I HARD ROADS MEANS loa

b ,, amount equal to the estimate made, any part of said bonds at such time or essential to making a success of farm- IN
INCREASE
F i and submitted by said board of bond times as in its judgment may antienbest No Worm in a Healthy Child ing. This Is so clearly recognizedthat : STUMPSBIG PERCENT

4, trustees, to pay the interest anon and and! shill have the right to reject AU children troubled with Worm dew an anbi -' the federal government! and that POPULATION WITHIN TEN
-Uhy color,which Indicate poor bland and ass I
\\v to create a sinking fund for the payment any or all bids and! re-advertise for rule there it more or tau stomach dUturbauco.1.KOVE of states provides abundance of facile
of the principal. of the bonds issued ;' other bids as it deems best. ( 1 :'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC given regularly ities for securing a knowledge\ of L DRY GOODS STORE YEARS
fur twG fI('three week will enrich the blind
and sold ruder the provisions of Sec. 11. That no member of th" Improve tlwdUtmilon.sod' act...general Strengib- farming. Money expended for providing
this a t.until all such bonds shall have board of county commissioners or of ulna Tonic to the whole mum. Nature will then these facilites and agencies is .. STARKE
I brow off or dispel the worm,and lb Child will heW
been paid and cancelled; and all mon- the board of bond trustees. shall be "perfect, health. Pleasant to take. 73c per buul properly and well Invested. This if I .
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OCTOBER 7. 1921. IllCAIiFORJ) COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STAKKK. H.OIMDA! TIIIIF.R

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BRIDGE Mrs. II. O. Rivers and Dunni'llon rill better if allowed to dry fust.. division
LONG daughter returned Friday. Uni\i 'mly' of Florida. > (It KI nilil t li hnmll(1 I'ur.fully. Af.
l to their home here las! weds George Neal) returned to his h ne Care should be used! that thl seed Vl'Ii: !n' Slt4ll qUU.l' itll-- ltrkI"e, O*t. 7..m'! , hone after spending the H st-k before III l lt'le here Saturday Afternoon aft:.- \istt-. re ti it brought in contact with th. be 'tell Hi. ; ..1I.tIn,},: rule \\ ''w \ ,,, ,. hir. a \\'"t spring the 1
vh ended: the 1 harlx. '" it Lr'e. bedside of her mother, Mis.. W. J. lag in I'nlatka.: at pmat before planting. This mar n-i'fi! One .ml 1(111 diluted furmalin. "v wally good. This t.

II! Her Saturday from here were Ruby Johns, of Starka. Mrs. J. E. Owsley mid family motored ,I happen by sucking the seed in oM, will Lima one bushes i ..ram l'' i ifornit.lin tt 'n(I", .1' favors the devel- I i
and l Wesley Johns, Mr. find Mm. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Guerny Crews nml over to Lake Butler Saturday. bags", or putting the grain Into dirty to three gallons w >'u .f >'at smui Therefore, prehoi.KI .fl
11, ,'i and daughter, Jim Adklns and little son, John, left last week for '}'h'y'l're accompanied home by Miss bins, says H. G. Clayton, district proper dilution.Fprmalin Ix taken to treat all -
lions, Gerald, Donald and Harry, Miss Miami. 1 Elsie and Gertur; Hinson. agent of the agricultural: extension is irritating to the skin,
Alary Humbel, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, of Lee Geiger and family, of Gainesville -- t ,Jo-\ '
Crews, E. A. S PP. G. W. Sapp D.I I Brooker, passed through our burn visited at the home of P. M. -- ------ r.
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J Sapp, Sam Crews, Mr. and Mrs : last week Mrs. Warren is one of the Geiger Sunday. n i ,:

Joe Dowling and children, Joe fowling : teachers at Raiford. There will be preaching! at the I 'If i ,i:
,and wife Grace Welch, Homer I P. D. Crews, of this section, was a Christian church Sunday. Everyone \ f fi fi. '
Welch, Onie Rivers, Winnie Mae Ca- business visitor to Sampson City on welcome. I
Jesse Cason, Mr. and Mrs. Dock Saturday.
son, \
Crews, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner. I Green Newsom, of Starke, was in J \
Mr and Mrs. L. L. Henfroe, of I our section one day last week on buninvss. I i TREATING: i OAT SEED I'OU SMUT I' .

New River, panned through here Saturday i{ ,
en route to Lake Rutler.B. I Little Dill Rivers spent a while in Oat smut may be easily and cheaply' ;

F Renfroe and son, Everett Starke; truest of his cousins, R. L. prevented by proper treatment of theseed a , E Ey J.
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were In Lake Butler Saturday. I and Cecil Thomas. before planting. The formalin
Mr .and Mrs. Miller Johns, of New Mr. and Mrs Sam Moody and method is probably the best and easiest. ;:. J
Kiver passed through our burg Saturday grandchildren were in Lake Butler 'Formalin may be purchased litany ,
: Saturday. drug store and is used at the rate

.John Renfron, of New River, was Rev. Croft, of Midway( paused thru of 1 pound to 40 gallons water. :' s r!
th section Saturday while enroute our burg Saturday enroute to StarkeS. Spread the seed out in n thin layer r
on a smooth door and sprinkle with
L .k(' Butler. C. Crews was numbered on tho
f, H Crews, of Raiford, was in sick list last week. the diluted foi nnlin. An ordinary i r -

11 ."flan Friday. 'i Henzie Thomas and sister, G ret tin, sprinkling l put may be used. The Train I. ,
", and Mrs. R. J. Turner and famf of Miller, fire spending a while with sh mid. be thoroughly and A m't burn \ '
I''nly.t'l pine "
Gainesville, spent the weck- their sister, Mrs. W. !M. Thomas, of Then shovel the heup : \v your t
h''re guests of friends nnd rel- this section. lime to InMire an even distribution.
Corer wil'u canvas or bugging aiul !I.'*.
if smoke R A. !
f. Johns spent Saturday and! 1IIEHE.SSY stand from C to 12 hours. The seer tongue you ....
ay with her friend, Llnnie Futch, may I be sown Immediately' after th' 1

i Ifnrd. --rnrOIIIi, Oct. 7.-.-C. A. Young- treatment but will run through th. I Get that pipe-party-bec buzzing in your smoke-

R Crews made n huskies strip Mood was a business visitor to Hampton section Know for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe
People who "count tho world
'ke Butler Inst week.titn Salurdnv. lost" forget that they never own.we I can and will do for your peace and content! Just I'
Thomas of New River, passed
Charlie I'liillipR, of New River, was it. check the in all walks of life daily
u-h burg last week.Mr I up men you meet
tin : our visiting at I the home of his mother,
and Mrs. L. L. Ronfroe, of New Mrs. John Phillips, Sunday. -- who certainly get top sport out of their pipes -all

River, were in our section Sunday.Mrs. Miss Florence flail spent Saturdayin ASPIRIN 1 aglow with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince tPrior.
: Hard Crews of Raiford, spent Lnke Butler. Alhirt I. Albert! 1.
th week-end ns guests of relatives I i old in loppy ,.d !,a
Miss Elltt'lle'oodal',1 left
d i friends. last week for Lakeland 1, where one dray she Name "Bayer": on Genuine '! haul, tidy.rod p.nnd tint.kandom And, you can wager your week's wad that Prince .dt.
Clark attending to busl- and hall/ round tin Albert's and flavor and coolness I and its t ,
Lloyd was will spend sometime with relatives.( I humidors tind in thm quality -
m in Staike Saturday. Mrs. W. ]M. Phillips of Miami, is I pound cryital:itlaffhumidor pith freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive irlSl t t.p.na

Saturday.Toney Teston was in Sampson City visiting at the home of Mrs. John u moistenstop. I patented process)-will ring up records in your

Phillips. I little old smokemetcr the likes of which
) you never
W M. Hodge'' and :family, of the 1't.! Geiger was a business visItor ,
unty scat, were in our section Fri- to Starlc Saturday.Mrs. I before) could believe possible :

day enroute to the barbecue in Lake G. M. Bennett left Friday afternoon -- You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with t
Rullt-r Saturday.John for )Pnlatkn where she will
Hodges was attending to bus- visit relatives. I Prince Albert Paste that in your hat !

tiles sin Lake Butler Saturday. C. Willoure, of Brooker, visited his I 3 I And, just between ourselves Ever dip into the
Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a :family hero Saturday and Sunday.
rl
nowarol sport of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and j
professional caller in this section 1 Vnlna
one II. IS. Moorer you BOO the
was attending! to business name '
"Bayer" on jmrJuipu the makin's papers-quick-and cash in on a cigar
di last week. or cm tahMs
: : in Hampton Thursday and Fri art not you a
Mrs Bolar Sapp is on the sick list day.G.. crilMxl ly gutting physicians genuine for Aspirin twi'ntvimn' i'' ; I : will prove a revelation: \

this week. C. Lee, Miss Elythe Collins, I.il- years and proved safe by millions. Take I .A, II
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs. Aspirin only as told In tI'lIlnYI'r/ v,
io and Eva Lee, of Lakeside, motored package
for (olds 110"d".h
,Polar Sapp was laid to rest in Sapp through our town Sunday after tiatn. J'"rol-ho.; Toothn..ho, Nenralgta, J'lIl11hnW', HIt"lIrnll', and feR'e'hlt t ALBERT .1 TtCopvrltht
for ] N
emetery Friday morning. Pain
noon. Handy tin boxes!, of twelve Bayer ; I lI2I:
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Shirley of I G. !M. Bennett, of Starke, visited 1'nhleh iMta also of'Mlf Aspirin cost few cents' Iritg. by 1 k.ob.cca J. "n"lcIa l.a. t l
Brooker the 'larger pl1'knA'I'a ._
spent week-end his family hero Sunday.T. k AMIlr I
trlldll' Wt..rynG
nlork of
Sapp.I I i't M Innll'u-tllrll',
guest of his sister, Mrs. Dolar orof
B. Triest and family motored to .Mononceticacidwtt! Salicjlicaeid the national joy smoke ;( a

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Good Roads Bradford County 1922 ,



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Bradford County is an Island, surrounded; by hard."ourfu'ed roads.If .

we arc not going to put in good roads, let's put up signs all around our county lines, "NO TUKSrASS- f

ING!" This will be a favor to motorists who might accidently make a mistake and try to drive through our
fertile county.
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Where you find SAND and MUI ItOADS, you naturally look for l arefeet._ They go Hand in (Hand. w

Shall we keep up with the I'HOtiKKSS of the Stale, or will we lie the ''In.ACISI'OT": of Florida? Shall awe

he a prosperous and thriving county, or will we lie a I'EST IIOUSK to he shunned; by prospective ",settlers 1
HH" up to you people of Bradford County. ,
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We cannot K() along:: in the same old rut (the mud rut'e have either got to put in hard: -surfuecd roads
or quit. Good; citi/ens and even l bad citizens are leaving Bradford in
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: County a steady stream, going:: South, .
where GOOD ROADS and I'HOGHKSS "stick out HO plainly they cannot even "nee Taxation.I .

I \ HUMP in the road is a knock at our character, our progressiveness and our prosperity.; .

If you vote against hard roads, you are binding:: your neighbor, jour children and your neighbor's children .

hand and foot so; that they will stand petrified in t the footprints of stagnation for years to come.

,. Why Is it that your farm lands are worth only $2.1.00:; to $:;0.00 per acre, while the less fertile lands of other f

counties arc worth $100.00 to $500.00:; per acre? It's just: this: Ik-cause you haven't n market, you ha>ent

//1 road on which to carry your products to market, and you haven't a decent road upon which prospective
.settlers can come in to see what a wonderful county you hate.

It's your duty; it should lie the proudest day in your lives' when you step up to the polls and register a
vote in favor of HAUl SURFACED ROADS, In Favor of PROSPERITY and I'l )G1tiSS. .

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