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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.
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Publication Date: October 14, 1921
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-THREE STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 1921. NUMBER! SIXTEEN; t

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TWO FIRES IN STAHKEIN II. II. S. MEMORIAL EXERCISES I GOOD; ) ROADS MEETING WOMAN'S CUJ11 !MEETINGThe :MRS I.. A. DAMS IIONOUKDKcccitCH I THE, CONFEDERATE; REUNION I o

FOR COUP. EUK1E DOUGLASS !| BEINGELL ATTENDED M

Hull's Residence and Starling* Woman's Club held their regular Appointment to Annual Id- I Captain Commander W. T. Weeks ;, hd
II.
Other !Meetings Scheduled Between business;; union at 'haUamtoga i and Adjutant S. F. Morgan have )
Damaged afternoon
I Cigar! Factory: October 12th being the third anniversary meeting Wednesday re- t
of tho death of Serg. EurieW. Now and ,Elect ion Day from four to six, at tho pretty 't Iceived identification certificates to bo '

9:30: Sunday morning a fire' Douglass, the B. II. S. held memorial home of Mrs. A. W. Anderson.HostesMs !Mrs L. A. Davis has again been given.: to those who wish to attend the f
About The l roads
good campaign was -
L sounded from N. B. Hull's residence ] exercises In the morning at nine opened were Mrs. Anderson, Mrs: honored with he appointment of matron Confederate reunion at Chattanooga, Ott
.farm last Friday afternoon' at Hampton,
North Walnut street. Im- o'clock, in the auditorium. The pupils W. J. Kpperson and Mrs. W. <1.Slringfellow. of honor on the staff of Gen. N. Ol.t.27! and are entitled to such
on and since that time meetings have The .
Incdiately large crowd of people ar- marched in to the strains of A. Blitch, commander of stale, for possessor of such a (certificate Is t
a been held at Brooker Un l'I'hillll'hool
Lved at the place to save -whet they "Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are March house New River and Rosier Mrs W. E. 1\1 iddl..ton'Milll'd over| the annual reunion of United Confed entitled( to a railway faro at greatly\
Lawtey reduced
Lould from the burning building, and ing." school. the meeting and Mrs. G. M. In man "1'1110't..ran", Sons of Confederate rates, by presenting, It to thetltket t k

Lur alert firemen began to throw The handsome picture of this young/ acted as secretary. Mrs. E. E. Canov, Veterans and Southern Confederate" \ agent, and to stop-nver, by pro-
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The meetings have all been fairly sorting it to the
i. lr.amg of water a few minutes after patriot was decorated with flags, potted chairman of the school commit' ', Memorial\ Association, which will beheld ! conductor of his
|;he alarm was given. ferns and golden rod and the stage citi-zens sent nn excellent written report.: MI in Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 21- (rain, limited to November!> 17th.

I The roof was in a blaze, originating I was also] decorated with vases of roses:' I F. A. Scott, chairman of health, mar: 27t h." I Those who11'(' entitled to such corilieatos ,
the most careful and attention ( "
en respectful United
are: Confederate
froni either a leaky flue or from and golden] rod. Mrs. A. B. Weaver, report of plans for winter's wor' 'lillI's. Davis acted a.. state sponsor' Veterans .
,
From lIul'h-8entill1'nt has and .
I as members of heir
,park falling on the dry shingle, of Miami, wrote a beautiful poem speaking' larticuluily of the Chris- ''for the reunion held in Atlanta in families, a
been developed since the opening, of Sons of Confederate Veterans
fl'hf tire was noon put out, but not about this young: soldier, entitled "In mal seal nlo to help.. In the fur! 1 lIf!) and us matron of honor for (the< and] s! t
the campaign it seems.appnrrnt that' their families, members' of Confederate
IlK-foro l the roof of the main building Memoriam," and this was read' on this against tuberculosis. ,! reunion in l Houston, Texas, in I 11)20.:! "t
the bond issue for roads will by Southern Memorial' I
Ihud been consumed and the upper occasion C\ I carry I|I Delegate el cl l.d l to tlio state convention Now she will again lend her presence" Association,
) a large majority. The people goeneral- and members of their families.See .
,tory considerably damaged. The school sank "America," which Ily :,: in Gainesville, Nov. 15th are, i to the Chnttanooga reunion.
seem to appreciate the fact that Co!. Weeks Mr. \
I accounted by N. B. Mrs! D. C. Jones and Mrs. E. K. Per- The city of Chattanooga will or Morgan for
house was greet
The was followed by the reading: of the the plan for road improvement in the I I certificates and further information. K ,1
I Hull, (Mrs. Hull being on a visit with j 144 Psalm, also a I prayer Prof. B. I county is not confined to one hard-sur ryman. Alternates, Mrs. D. E. Knight ,:' the three organizations in a royal -

I )relatives in the North), Mr. and Mrs. B. Lane made a splendid address on faced road, but that 100 miles of lateral and Mrs. Roscoe McLnne. The president manner, fur indeed 1 -ire they noted 1 for SACRED CONCERT SUNDAY

J \IV E. Davis, Mr.\ C. A. Durling, Mrs. the subject of "Our Honored Dead." road is included and that an average appointed Mrs. .A. Z. Adklns as their unstinted hospitality.The }I

1C S. hurling, his mother, and Mrs. ,, Thomas Limbaugh read "The Volunteer of $2,000 per mile is to be spent chairman of the finance committee for rate of one coat per mile will The sacred conceit Sunday evening
I A., Price. These people did not lose t with fine the throw months. be given to all members
j j expression; and the on these roads. Tim general opinion revs of abovementioned at the Methodist church was well at f
I their heads, but assisted the Sulvageis! school sang "When Circles Are Broken. Is that this amount will give us n L. Trek and a fine address cruanlzntioiiM: wishing to If'nII'lllInd greatly enjoyed by the. lu'idienco. <

I in saving furniture und other arti- \ ." i[system of ]lateral roads second' to none i on ho subject of good roads, urgingthe attend the( reunion The numbers! WI'rl'Ill well E'
[ This is the second time M 1'8.1| ladies to vote and work for this ._
clus.
Miss Olive Ray read the following in the state, in addition to the main I chosen and faultlessly executed by p,
I Durling has been the victim of lire | sketch of the life of this young: sol + highway that will connect us with thegreat much 7H>i'ded measure. Col. Peek was I I TEACHERS' CONVENTION homo Intent nuiKicinns. llelow Is the I. '
\ The first time was at the j of thanks rprogram
I in StarKe. diem Mate hitrhway' system nn thonorth given n rising vote for hit In full : j''

first burning of the Ill-fated City Hotel j|' Sergeant: Eurie W. Douglass! of and south. speech, and the club went on record I The teachers of Bradford" 1 countyare Holy-Nitlit! violin and piano, -.. r,.

a few years ago, when she and Co. D, 210th Regt.: of Engineers: was Practically the entire votinj us enthusiastically in favor of good Invited I and requested 1 to convenent M. L. Smith and Mrs. E. K.: IVrry- I

her husband lost nil their belongings''| born In Starke, May 4, 181)8!) and lived strength of the Theressa district turned 1 roads. The president appointed: the the school building\ Starko\ nt nian. ;4

I and very nearly their lives. Mrs.l I, here for about eight years, lie attended i!: out to the mooting Wednesday following committee! to work for good ton o'clock a. in., Saturday, October Hymn No. 9-Choir. .. 45

Price hud just arrived from her summer i the B. II. S. for two t..rll1l1,1 Iniiiht' and with only throe' exceptionsevery roads: Mrs E. K. rerrymnn, Mrs. D. 22nd: 1, for I the purpose) of organizingtheir Scripture, lesson und prayer-Rev.M. .

home in Kingston, Pa., to spend I having: Mrs. Hamilton and !Miss Olive I voter present signed a pledgeto ] C Jones) Mis. (1. M. Inmnn and Mrs. work. for I the year. \ U Smith.
the winter in Starke, and had not had 1 L. A. Dm'is. I I
I Ray as teachers. His! parents movedto work and vote for the hind issue The following subjects will be discussed Anthem Prlllll--Mr. A. /. AdKlnsj'IWrR .
j time to-recover from the fatigues of Mrs. J. H. Bitch, Mrs. "'. C. Powell
Miami and Rune in St. i : e
placed I The )people of that section are certainly ; E. K. Pcrryman, Mrs.\ R:,
I travel when the untoward happening Catherine's Convent' School which he I and Miss Cunxio White handed\ to the DiHciplinc II/III I I till' |BI'III! Method of
I I wldo-nwnke to the importanceof Philips, C. L. ]Peek, and T. T. Long, ;
I took place. attended until his promotion from the improved roads. They have a fine treasurer the cum of $22, mum- to apPly Obtaining: ItB.. II, Lane, StuiKo.: I Mrs. F. H. Long, pianist; Mrs. Smith, ,

j The kitchen was not damaged, and eighth grade. Afterwards he entered I truck growing section and are anxious on now club house fund. ]PiHciixsion "'. O. Duval, 1 lampion. violins: S. E. Rltoh, clarinet.

j on opening the refrigerator some pats I the Miami high school and continued for more people to locate< ( there, thurmnkinrr During the nodal period Mrs A, 7. How to Obtain Co-operation From" Solo, Come, Yo Blessed--Mini", hilt i

I of Butter were still hard, as if no fire through his third year, then took up'':1 is possible to have' I'RI'lot (shipments Adkitis sung "Dunn" by McGill, and\ I, the Patrons--A, B. Shaw, Ilroukor.DiHctisHion SI I rut h. ,t

had }been near. The rooms upstairs'' business course with, the Southern' to the great markets of th'country. -- Miss lassie White plavod an Instrumental I' II. ItevelM: Grnham. Male\ Quartette, Nearer, Still Nearer

were all more or less damaged by I' Business College.] On completing] : this' Many of them recognize al- solo, "Impromptu" by Lillian How Can a Teat) 'her Improve 1111' -S. E. Kitch. L. G. Powell, John, +

1 fire', but more yet by water, but with course he took a position as book- j so the Importance of having a road 1 Strickland. 'ul'1-H. Jr. Uliuk Lnwtey.DisciixNlon 1'owoll, C. L. Peek. a
[ the exception of beds and clothing being '' keeper' In the Southern Bank & Trust ) that will open the way for them to The hostfHMes served refreshing' I ] !ribs llesnie 1\T('(!I'IIIIt'T, A talk on the subject of music-- }I '

soaked' no other articles were "" Co., of which his uncle, J. E. rt.mmus, truck their products to Jacksonville lemonade find home-made cake. Starke. Rev Smith.

lously damaged or lost. 1'-1 was president || and to the towns south of us. -.- --- -- i I What Should (ho' Toucher do to Se- Piano Solo, Midnight-Miss Mny I

The damage to the building Is 1'0en'd He had planned to take a thorough i I State Senator' Baker, of the Lake THERESSA I J JTherossa cure! Full Attendance in HIM .DistrictMrs. I'eek. 1-:

}by insurance, and, Mr. Hull will' course in bunking in the Business Col- j Geneva section In Clay county, was ) K. II. Warren, New Uiver. DIIP, Gently, Lord, 0 Gently Lead, d.

have the repairs made as oon as possible i I loge of Pouiihkoepsie, N. Y., but he i i present at the Theresaa mooting and" Oct. 14.-Mr. anti Mrs. I Discussion by everyone present lis---61 r. Peek and It! sue St ruth. ,

I Decided it was best to serve his country -' after the other speakers had finished II. D. May were shopping In Hampton. All teachers' of Union county are Solo Hosunnu (Grimier: )-Mrs. A. .

first volunteered for the Saturday cordially invited (to attend this meeting Z A Illd... .nil.. '
re' so army' he was culled. (Ill to address the. crnwrlSenator t Ir
18 1918.i Ed Smith, of Gainesville, was visiting I and enter:' into the, discussion IIf !Mule\ tho Rivers nf
May juarletto Hy
Tires, like rattlesnakes, seem to go |[ Baker is n farmer and said<1 1I ,
: relatives and friends here Sun- and all .
in couples.' At 4 a. in. Monday the j i He was sent to Camp Forrest, Oa., 'that of all people the farmers ought any queftllnns.We Ituhxlon.Olleilory.
alarm was sounded for a fire in C. C. I and was promoted the office of corporal to vote for road improvement, HP day. also invite the' patronM of nil ; TI'uIIIIIII-Mrs. Smith, r
15 } OIS, lie I Mrs. Holder was chopping: In Hampton schools or is many HH 1'1111. to come to violin Mrs, I'crrytnui piano.Anthem .
Starling's cigar factory. Our intre-1 I Sept was sent to told how a few miles of road built by ; 9
Camp Humphreys' and afterwards to Saturday this meeting, as we dim-uHH subjectfc'\ C'l.nir.. err
pid young firemen:' were on the scene voluntary subscriptions In his locality
| I' M. Chandler was a business' visitorto that should I be Interesting lo them.
in a few minutes and quickly put out Camp Greenleaf, where lie was givena had connected the people with the I "losing! prayer.MK .
Starke Saturday j H. 11. WIGGINS(; ,
gas mask training in the school of roads ] I
the blaze. : good loading out of Jackson- --- -- -
Johnnie Williamson was visiting County Superintendent' .
how this fire originated is impos- gas defense He finished his course I, ville and other towns and that a number friends hero | I : ;IAI. MIIIIN: : ; or THE BAP11ST -
Sunday
iMc! to tell, unless It was from sparks! at the head of the class! being then of his neighbors are making moro MISSIONARY SOCIETYMis.
R. C. Heibergcr and children Margaret FLORIDA PUIII.IC IIKAI/IH ASSOCIATION

from a locomotive. Trains slow up qualified to perform the duties of a : money than ever before In their lives, I
I and Eugene, of Brooklyn, attended ,[ '; HAVE: SEAL! SAI.h'! -
there' in passing Call street and exhaust non-commissioned: officer at Camp i because' they are now able to reach (I I
\ services at the Christian DeWilt C:. Jones Mrs. nl' A.
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Groenlenf
Chickamauga Ga. On October
heavily In resuming speed. Ai i : i I these markets with their products.
spark may have entered through a 1st he was promoted to I the office I Other' meetings will be hold us follows ,church Sunday. I i'I The Florida Public ]Health AIIMm'hl.tion Anderson and, Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow
Mr and Mrs. Jim Koon and daughtor will have Christmas seal sale were the committee who had
of and transferred to a
sergeant
crack in the roof covering, and after:' a I : 'ij ,
Camp Funston, Kansas. While on his Dorothy, are visiting: at the home for the }benefit of their work In fighting ihargo of the social mooting of the p
long drouth' and fierce heat' it is no j IrI.llJronnprmJt'lI\ !' , Friday afternoon

of J. P. Padgett.: j tuberculosis. This. sale will begin Baptist Missionary society last Mon-
to he contracted influenza
trouble for fire to get a start In comliustile I way camp { at 4 o'clock. i |
boxesof which later developed' Into pneumonia, I (I. M. Bennett hag returned to his Thanksgiving day and continue until dry al'lrinooii, In the :Sunday( school
material. A good
\ many Vanderbilt schoolhouse] Friday nt f i
home from Starko where he has been Christmas.. This fight loom of the church.
tobaccoon causing his death Qct. 12, 1918. Ills organized!
cigars, and most of the raw 730; p. m.Colorod.
hand was damaged by fire and water body, attended by Sergeant Ewing', doing' carpenter work. I against tuberculoniH is doing/ great The program' consisted of a song

but the office and Its contents suffered was brought home for burial. voters at Starke Friday S. B. Woodard returned to his home '. good 1 in the United States, ax otadsi- by, Miss. Elizabeth. Browrileo; an In- .
night at 7:30.Graham .
no injury. The loss Is coveredby What a great struggle: between patriotism : Saturday from Palatka. nice, how that there has been a saving nlrumental solo by I'd|lies Iris Epper
insurance. and love must have taken Saturday afternoon at :3 I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Horsey were of over 50,000 lives per year over son; a reading by Mrs. Luther G. ,

place in the hearts of those fond parents o'clock. 1 shopping in Starke Thursday; the rate prevailing: in 1910. Powell arid a vocal solo by Miss Marguerite ,'

STRAWBERRY HEARINf. 'IN Mr. and Mrs. George Douglass, I 1 Staike, Saturday afternoon at 3 Mrs. W. M. Phillips returned to her j,I i Mrs. F', A. Scott has been appointed : Shrlvcr.

TAMPA ON OCTOBER 17 just before they gave their consent o'clock. home in Miami Sunday, after visiting I county chairman for the Christmas The hostess committten served several "'

for their son to volunteer for servicein I o'clock.Sampson City, Monday afternoon ntl relatives here and at Sampson. I II (|I II I I cal! sale, and in ample time she will) kinds of homo-mado. candy, and
An has comfrom l 16 Mrs. her commlth'p for this Im- some twenty members were presentto
Announcement the army. But now since the great: I i A. Sanders was a week-end announce
the Florida Railroad Commission that sacrifice has been, made. let us hope | Governor Hardce has ]been Invited visitor at the homo nf Mrs Jno Phil. 'portant I work. enjoy this pleasant social moeting.I .

there' will be a hearing on the question that the fond parents, sisters!! and :, to sneak at the meeting In Starke. lips. II|

of express refrigerator car service younger.brother and other relatives of At the time of going to press he has Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swlndcl] were DEATH OF :MRS.!'! MERCER ENGINE: ; : TROUBLE! <:

for the movement of strawberries this brave young soldier may take fml been hoard from, hut It is expectfd attending to business in Staike last -

in Tampa on Monday, Oct. 17, at 10 comfort In thoughts such as these: that ho will be here for the meet. Thursday. I The Midway community was saddened Engine No. 805:;, of till! ",1-0-2":! typo "

a, m. The Hillxboro hotel has been "After all, whet Is so-cnlled death but ing. Rev. Crews, of New River, preached Wednesday, October l 51 lh, when ono of the heaviest' used on this s(ictiini 4 ?,

named' as the place for the meeting.In an episode In life whereby we* mani- I two Interesting sermons at the i learning of the death of Mrs. l Eva' of the Seaboard, had its left side

event the American Railway Express fest more life ?" The Master may WOOD-LAWN Christian church Sunday. I IK. I Mercer. Tb. deceased was a daughter roil drop clown when its tuiin of 40

Company wins its case, seekingan have mount this when He[ said "I am I M. King was a business visitor. of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Crawford heavily Inudeil CIIIH passed the Al II-
increase In strawberry rates, the come that ye might have life, and Woodlawn, Oct. 14.-Rev and Mrs. to Starke Friday. and was }born in Bradford county October gator trestle I while on Its way north .

shippers, it is said, will seek any service that ye might have It moro abundant, IT. J. Barnes, of Vanderbilt, spent Saturday W. E. Buker, of Brooklyn, attended i 1 18)8.! Sutunbiy morning.! The ruin( was.
which and Sunday here.S. services She married] Mr. Rufus Mercer stopped' and the rod hud bu
offers nn avenue of transportation ly. at the Christian church Sunday was to to removed .
the industry willRland.METIlOmST "There:' Is nn death I J. Norman and daughters, of evening. I i In July, 1914. She joined the ulso the. corresponding/ <\ rod on ,

What seems so Is transition. Vanderbilt. attended church here ]last II. E. Moorer was! a business( visi Church of Christ when. 14 years old Ilic other side. Meanwhile the Cedar

This life of mortal breath | Sunday. tor to Hampton Saturday !! and lived a true Christian life until Key train and another train behindthe

i In but a suburb of the life Elysian, I j I A Sunday school has boon organized Charllo Phillips, of New River, vis the end. She had been In poor health disabled, one had to wait. At lastit

Sunday school at 10 a. m", I.. A. i Whose portals we call death." here with an enrollment of fortyone ited his mother Mrs. Jno. Phillips / for the past four years. was able to limp along on two-

Davis, superintendent. pupils.T. Sunday. Of nnnr relatives the deceased leavesto thirds of Its normal power

Did you know that Sunday schoolis DEATH OF FORMER BRADFORD C. Williams was a business visHo ; W. T. Wallace returned to his home I mourn her departure, her parents,

.! the place for your children on Sunday MAN rto Jacksonville Thursday. from Starke Saturday, where he had i her devoted husband, four brothers CARD OF THANKS

morning And it is the place for W. L. Johns, who is employed near been working for E. Williams. and four sisters She is also mourned i

you.The Henry[ Co "r, formerly of Bradford I Sampson City, spent Sunday here Mrs. Nobles, of Jacksonville, Is vis- I by a host of other relatives and We wish to thank all\ who n ',led

pastor will preach the secondof countyd at his home in Orlando 'with relatives I IIIlrli. sting at the home of J. W. Batten. friends to whom she had endeared us during the illness end at thetenth

a series of sermons on Prayer, at Octobe. .Hh. He leaves a widow I J. M. Norman is on the sick i S. P. GufTord arrived] here Sunday I herself ( of our beloved daughter.!

the 11 o'clock hour. and five children and many friends list this week. night from Georgia, enroute to Winter '' _ Mr. and Mrs W. II. Crawford. .

Preaching at 8 p. m. Subject, !Salt.=! to mourn his departure He was born Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman and Park. J, S. Grlner, of Brooklyn, was. a

Epworth League: at 7 p. m., Miss near Long Bridge and was a brother- Miss Bertie Thomas were visitors to I' Arthur Moorer started attending 1 business visitor to Starke Wednesday, Pastor; lender loft for Miami Monday

| Hilda Struth, president. in-law of Rev. Elliott Williams. !Starke=! Friday. school In Hampton Monday. I and inoonvcrsatlon with a representative morning to attend the meeting of

Prayer service at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday Little Miss Pauline Crews, of Rai- __ I of the Telegraph] expressed himself tho ,,'IorldlI'rf'Hhytery.. He will return

SPEAKER JENNINGS COMING ford, returned home Monday after ,, RELIC FROM LONG AGO I as being strongly: In favor .>f the Friday and hold services at the

M. L. SMITH, spending several days here with her !: II I bond issue for roads. Ho thinks. we church next Sunday morning: and

''u Pastor. lion. Frank E. Jennings, of Jacksonville I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. D'I j Senator E. Cnnova has for a I must make a start If we are ever to vvcning.

speaker of the hoi.se of representatives Browning. I i weight for his front gate a large pieceof I have a system of good roods In Bradford

ST. MARK'S at the last session of the A. S. Strickland, of Klngsley lake, rubber It is a relic from the days I j county, and he said there Is no I. H. Eastman, of West! Call street,

legislature: has accepted an Invitationto attended church here Sunday. !j'when cylindrical pieces of rubber, resembling I I better time than right now. Mr. Grin- has a tiny garden, of but n few square
Tw,>nty.flrst Sunday;; after Trinity.ices speak in behalf of the good roads Rev. D. L. Phillips Is having an ad. cheeses, were used in lieu I['r is ]located several miles from the yards', urnn. But yet It Is not a toy

__" "- at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. bond issue. He had only one open ditlon put to his house thin w(>('k. of springs under freight cars. That I main[ line of the proponed road system garden, for It has produced moro vegetables

t,' hi=> day is appointed to commem- date that he could give to the (oral Mr. and Mrs. Vasooa Crawfo/d, of 'was In the days of small cars, handbrakes ) I but he said he could not afford' to of different-kinds] than were

rate' the 50th anniversary! of the committee, and will ru. here Saturday Wateroak, were visitors at the home and link coupling. When the stand In the way of progress on that ncccsnary to supply the family wnrits.

t 1lIlIIln's Auxiliary to the board of to go to Brooker, where he will speak of her parents, Mr and Mr J. S. f'''cars became heavier stout coil springs account, that tho sooner a start 'Isundo Another example> of the productiveness -

In the afternoon. Mathls Sunday. .took the place] of rubber. the sooner his day will come I of our soil when cultivated! ,right.
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UltADFORD COUNTY TELECIMP1. STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY OCTOBER
14.
PAGE EIGHT 1921..
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_.;.* ; ifduoi. ...U, and (tic fiojn rtie, pni'rl. r1lerfy t'bt1'lO tilt's I i: ameron and children, Dr. Gid Par.-

1111.1 etrtyih ,._ of' the mouutaio. She <1.\\ upon the iniiilltnr alley. and I risk, of Ocala accompanied the
-oil. no |1"I'd much ralliertint will windiiilike! strips of bluer body
limed, in t-i"'uij u shale gummer i lie rUera to this from
city Palatka.
'" she l11t.1..I"1!
airier 1 a .IHIUIM- -it. uiKifil. "din"' tear j I Mir! MIIS' Hiluri for home, for old tar !l.nt' and Sun, I1 I ''imlsro beyond.Invide I Mrs B. Max Wilson and childrenand

Sisters ring taut the ti.uii, iuii,i'11110:'". In llntlI Hcenrif IIIH! old frlcndx and old vinotloii4 were slutly. rooms, bowls of Miss Josie Parrish, of Ocala Mr.

: a). I iiivuti I'in not Ji-nlou*, and Its' She hud. only to hint to Mix flowers, plain Uttle white (curtain. and Mrs. Bruce Warren and children,

not' Iuill" to 'O Lily, I'M'* oil I lie' II lilt<*
r : there alts Hnuthel.. 'O"'HII-I"1 uiiothelvuuiaii inltntl.nln So It waa willed.With and aliiipllrll! e-er,'" hpr... Cherry 5 Mr. John Cameron here Friday

L who iiii'tinl. lucre to you, oltlll.llt a fort uf fevurlhh bretlty Clierrycoinjileted rutlled at the Imtnai-ulatHy clad Chinese Dr; J. M. Mann made a professioan
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Br llll\t*! (I'll IfolllK tutu t It With her, urrangeiuoDtg ; Martin visit to Florahome
!I I : my ")"M : wag" cap own
i I me, sad| I 'line you; and we lioth, like''' mutter of l.cmnllug, keeping( the flat. bowl I !lu a spotless kitchen whose ,,10.1 :Mr. and Mrs. Klondes have movedI

I KATHLEEN !! j i I lie Fume lliliijM HUtI Hint's .*nuugh."J: Some of their liounehold good were doug showed. ma man It a and wild iliac I I INI It I back to their old stand on Main street

'' 1 Three weeks later lip renifinliered Btorrd. ; Cherry told him that she and inudrone trees ; smiled at the big:, and are ready to serve the people.

: NORRIS'I the umiiifiit and asked herTliey would fme down In September and smoked. fireplace Ilt're..unlh fell 'I Burnie Roberta entertained a number .

were In the alley house IIgIIIu.1| muiince all the
I mid a hitter Morui "". whlrllut' : met !,, afresh but she knew that her secret mouth ; smiled a* she went to I II I home last Friday evening, and eaih
I the iiiounlulii. (IVtt-r'g, little and fro on Journejs of Investigation.
,
W t'ahloj
i. hope wag that she might never are I one report good time and voted Rise
t; I I raked to the gale, hut they' were warm.\ lied Creek again. But the addle. Jimered Into tear when I II
. O'eerltM M a.lear a.rYter and roinfortnhle wide the Ore ; (lief i Allx met her slater at the ferry In ghe came. to her own room. Just such Roberts a lovely hostess.

'. room vtnN hiin|>-ll (liteil. Mfiiled. b)' ); San rruiiclwo on a soft loS morning. I,, a room as little Charity Strickland bad I I I Estelle Parker spent the week-end/

- I Alix'a meet kindle violet., white uud' \She WHS au oddly ,developed| Ails, had only a few years ago. with white I at her home at New River.

'. -. purple, , fi>lllitit{ themselves. from trim and tall prettily gowned and hunglngg and unpainted. wood, fresh I Miss Norma Dekle spent Saturdayand
I
!, CHAPTER -mill hi* two dauRhlera.' glass 1 howl 1 I. and hy I'etrr'a pipe, and air treaiiilng through It. aud redwoods I Sunday at her home at Five Mile
Alt and Cherry, the 1 latter Jut rlictitern; J LI)' the good spoilt of preen hay' burning 1, outside. I She homo
was accompanied by M>
.<-, ).ro old, and hi. niece Anne, iKtctorftuicklnnd s
r 'lf.: a *!'mrt <1lsL.n' <.. from Fan FrmnrlsroHi I da)', hail flluihed the hills under a' gneet little bedroom and oomehowundressed Ia
closeit friend I I'tr Joyce, oine- Dr. J. M.: Mann left Monday for
: -L cool I
I lovtvrliii had home. to and between the
thing or it retinue Vlltinf in the vlctnli sky, come dry crept I
} >. Martin 1.010)4, mlntnB nxmuer, clothe. uud do conking. for Kow wan : sheets of the. bed that stood nearAllx'a Tallahassee to meet with the medical -

o t, fall enured in love to CherryfHAITKK with and wcr.tly become ,I 8\\11). and hud tinully shared. au ej.lcureaii .I. II on the wide sleeping porch I -- '1 1"CherryThos examining: board, of which be I is a

' meal henidu the lire. Her last IhoulI'btUtl for the. lieu\eulyredwood member.
.
t .IwrultttiiiK .. to-\\hlli.LJoyd Intention. the family Cherry I.t ,. I'eteiu" \\1111'1..1'| In deep coneutjthe ; no close to her ; site slept U the Nicest Thing Miss! Fannie Frier and sister left

brinice him to *ui|>.r, practically announcing roiniiiiilon.s.li| ( of this normal Indeed fur almost twelve, tiuhrokcohourg. That Hag Happened for a Long Friday evening for their home at Rrhelle -

o her engavement 10 him. pretty uomiin, her quick words mid . While I"! He Said.certaTirubfclHrgTiig. Ga.

r CIIA1"1'F.R -iKM'tor 8trlrklan feel quirk latiKli, her muNlc. her claiiclne "Oil Sis, 1 do feel IIU dellclouljInzy Miss Crouch of South Carolirhas .
T, Cherry la loo )hunt to marry and urge hrlclit interext In iinjthlnii and. etery.tlilne and bnpp and rested andandevrrythlugl" \ to wlnffwli3"Vfndnnd '
fr her t 10 wait at leaat a Year. but the cirlroaxee :, unit the richest .exierleniv" of sold Cherry, as she et- goixt. accepted a position in the Lake
} him Into agreeing to an Immediate Butler ,
tied herw-lf at the porch table. where Her hnppincK here tens nn hourly high school beginning h<
i I hits life. hhe hud Mild that the would
.;; : : ;:
l l : enrage: UnthliiK' in 'hla' home, hut her. servli-e for one was H'reud. delight to both Allx und himself. She work Monday

ilL. where Martin la employedhoneymoon closer while Inherit; tool eIuueterthitig. t'ed; I I I "Cbeirj', you're. prettier. than e\erl" seemed to flower, softly I ', ever' they Mrs Brady {Brown and children

("! IVThe Ur. There this order now, I Allx said eyeing the. white (hands HO of the simple forest life brought her spent the week-end at their homeMiller. '

-. _over,.., at Cherry'tlon with Iff1n Martin to feel and a the vague monotony d ie- there wan cluirmlnK fUHxIni aud dutit- I I II !busy with blue. ihlna. aDd the. bright new Interest new enercy. new hlO
of her. d.*.ljf lifeCHAPTER I I UK. I b'I',' wele llo"era In bowl, andhooka bead dappled' with shade and fcuu- She and Ails washed. their hair again: ness of Mrs. Brown's baby, which prevented -

I net ntnil :lit, and there was" Just shine coming through the green rose dnnnneil the creek agnln. Irn\lll..tI l and her return to Lake Butler
A the
V.-At Mill Valley, Justin
It", Uttle, lawyer, beconiea engaged to Ann. I the dlheifiit little angle to pluiio and tine. satis duets at&:stn. Sometime tlie)' first of the week.
' the weddma' : lielnn act for September dekk! and ctmlrH. end tables that matin. "Am I?" Cherry nald. pleased. "1
1 some month dlelmit.; Alls I vletta I Ch'rry I the old j Mrs. Kinney Townsend and baby
into
I wanted thought self that I looked nice till* rooftpII. orton fIf''l'fIt
j the ciibln n home ul lunt. She : toy
at K M"
  • and the two t, f III'' added Iniioi-enily. "(tut geiiMtliMi. of laughter at nothing. ) i accompanied by; Mrs. Stewart area
    Into allowing Cherry to CO home for I bricks' fur. u path ; he had launlie morning she fpiiMns ,
    Ann.'e weddlnc because the air of thin or almost lIulhlng.Continued j visiting: friends at Bradcntown.
    I her fervent, "I 1 In gale: me a whole rare It la renjly

    'tfAt"TEn'I.ln her father'. houaCherry I ,laid, of luhkH" for C'hl''Istimia, IVIert" place agrees: with me, It makes!: my I j Mr.. and Mrs. Petra Tomasello andI

    cnntraata the. peaceful' happy life She wanted hull to |iot, lie had skin feel right; and my eyes feel right ; ( Next Week) mother of Johnstown, motored to ou
    41 there. with her ratlior. aurdld egtnenc. atKl I
    Nldo aril. rewliave that her marriage laglly mi K tented: that the) open doe It makes me feel 1 u..rllol.IlId smoothedout city Monday afternoon.

    I has been aamethlnR of a failure. Doctorftrtrkland I tutu house while cuipenterK and! vonichow Who Cares* I I A
    sad accident
    that I I. bee occurred here last
    I testing Cherry not I
    Inc air to Martin in flat she I* unduly linlnterx renmde' the riibln, but slue. "Oh there's. no place lu the world Queen Rllxuhcth. it is unit possessedas Friday morning when Mr. Enoch:
    nrulutiKtnc I ; her Unit; after Anne' wed- I I hud, l.rotenled! holj. "Oil. do let's keep like It !I' Allx agreed rubbing some ninny nut 3.nOtfcOv! nt one time. .
    alnir.' urjtee her to return to hr huftiand Dyal '8ccidentl shot herself.
    fthe make preparation for her departure U Just its U nhvuya ass !" Snillllix. he Ails M.t.Her, Sister, at the Ferry. dried mud from the buck of her hand All were. Hindiof the, richest. stuff )
    H her her, with the. trowel. "If Martin continue The officers of Union county motored .
    gut" wu) trlnimi \ all' I '. ilit'oMuiy, and fine
    CHAPTER \\1.-1'\ ",,, Joyce, ...n. Cherry I \elled. lauirhliiK& and crying with Joy to migrate every. little while, I l.w'I to Starke on business Monday

    t be, but liaa the had. woman one 'grand was not paMlon"for him In hlalifa Hedor I CHAPTER XI. lit awing ('herrj II It II in. .Peter gheexplained wish you could haute a little horse i LAKE BUTLER ""AT". 5L.! "C'' .

    I\\' not reveal her n...... Cherry rejoin ; betwfen kisses hind hnd togo here. Theu for part' of the time, al I ,> ; <' '' .u t

    t bar husband I Cherry ,,".tll 1111;now lu lied Creek ; to 1.0.I Angcli'i lline cln) S ngo, hnd least, tte coll HI be together.: 1 T'. '.:.11.

    1-HAP1KR VIII Ilie joutid ..'lfe'. aiaaallafurtton "('ark." It dlfleieil, I from tin al.ltrt.1 been expected (mine last night, and The old house," Cherry surd dreamily. Lake Butler Oct. .a.1i8. Myrtle "" gee Albreta and Lota Biellincr

    Increaiiea and Utt're. 'la an .1- ment .hern u KI> It had no elevator, no was not even tiware jet that Cherry !i Collins Xewbcrry', was n R uest of
    I most open break. Martin haa a brief epetlrf I heat.,, Thexe WHO definitely. arriving.Of .. "\\'1'11. why-not Allx .echoed eager'hy. and brother blue spent the weekend
    lrkns and eomethtna I : of her old feel- janitor no xteam thlngiiwere i I Mrs George! Coleman, Sunday.
    fur ..... be knew that werecoming bad -hope" after at their home at Providence.Mrs. .
    s Inn him returna to t nerryCHAPTfc.H neither known nor needed! In the. '.Ull. jon .It." In pretty Mrs. Collins and baby of Lady Lake
    u-ii-li. mlnliiK to" n. this Mat InilldlniiHicll '' bur not exactly ,when" Allx being empty. KO long but It would Eva Whidden and children, -.f
    -llm-tur( Plrtckl.,,'t laetrUken of Mrs Coleman
    r auilileiily' Kith what' nil ierrelve .. writs cotiHldeieil' a rather. lines.tloiuil.le I on Id. ll H .lie Kuldotl the newcomer. I woke a darling h..JU.llllln. 1 Would I are guests George Raiford, spent Sunday with her sister

    3 la a Intel lllne'. s. Ails summons I'herry I. Innmatlon It was n wooden : along, the rut mtilnr ferry "place on to Martin object?" this week.Mr Mrs. Ida Dekle.
    to her father deathbed After the doctor
    i the 1 big buy steamer' for Mill Valley. I Cherry tilled. her coffee cup a second and Mrs J. S. Howard ofI
    a rieiitji It ,la .llHi'>\ared that )rare ago hliihling' three otorles high; with hay ; : The Woman's Missionary meeting'
    { he had borrowed.. money. from A tine'a father "window t'herr.. hind l watched thin eh"rr.11''''' back to exclaim; to mar time, gave how. an appreciativetinlle I Dukes, motored to Lake Butler. last Wednesday of last week and the
    and emlitKl the debt
    > wu> never
    Aischarg.d Mitt u.i'iinitilniml Interest htillillni' going: up. mid had thought U i vel. to exult, al all the. tteliretuietuibertsl an be put u hot French loaf he- ': Friday.I following officers elected
    the amount practically CUIIVIIIU all the t'\pr1 Ii hug diKlruhl, She liked. lUghta: and wound. and tmielU."till fore her and said, indifferent! : I Guilford were :
    Iht'I and Mrs. Seth Roberts of -
    molie lie> lm'lor li-fl Jnatlti l.lttle I Miss MarshallProctor
    Allx-\llIrk..t: htreot r alit' evclalmed. ;- 'Martin hUll constitutional 1 objection presidentMrs.
    eleati kltclien ,, a
    all fresh white
    ( makes It manliest that he will Insist tin "(
    : -. Ms ...Ir..'. ilntttm. It .....an. that the two work, tiles anil nlrkt 'Iplute, mid ..,1/. / "And thill wnifll of 1 leather to whatever please me, and would were business visitors to Lake J. II. Scarborough vice preg
    M glrla are left with practically nothingCHAITIMt Butler last Frida '.
    liked the hilt tlo'-els. am) the.. : ,,- .. tunning nnd that Miiell of tiny waiter110th find some objection, to un> plan that ) ident.

    \-l-rtrr Joyce who ha* She bats worried ,herself almoxt ,Kirk' of coder And look-t hut's aVe'll gave me pleusuie, !" Her touts sue Bob Green and son, Fred of Brook. Mr*. C. H. Register! secretary and

    n I neon.........d.on returna.a trip not prnrtIeatty havinglearned around of the thedoctor' with fear Hint "I"| would not get ..lIbl..llrl" light but there was a bitter twitch toher ..r. were greeting? friends in town this treasurer.Mrs. .

    death, lie hear of Anne's puce' wondorfut !,lo.''. and 1 finally !Iht"l "\ come titer to Sail Franciscosoon lips as she spoke | week. .1. E. :Maines pIanist.Ev..r .
    tarn with regard/ 10 tho mmie)' with deep and jou'll see. the new hoieln," "(iii. Cherry I" Ails .said distressed. ,1
    t dtirusl. All hue the home nntl I. making twenl-fle dollaifor the first'' Mrs. Dolph Richard of Tam"ia, is )' member is TQested< to rpresent -
    I Ihenrl Allx promised when they. were seatedon "How ever I'm not Volng to talk
    a fair Thing her iiitinili'fi with
    singing Joyce rein
    urge a fimt-heatlm; ,I the guest of Mrs. S. A. Richard on Wednesday afternoon Oc
    to marry litm War uutt.eut. and they She hind the I the upper d..I'with\ the blue water about Marlin the younger ulster decreed

    have. a tu Implu ll:)i*, 1 Idvull wedding), nappy and "o to Joyv.'pnom. Hut after tlie I'xHtoineiii enter floor.of mot lug of the I hay moving softly. punt gaily "('III too utterly and .ab- i Math Dukes of Fire Mile, was a 19th.Mrs.

    I : I them. Cbvrrj'g happy eyes followed aolutely happy !I" business visitor to town Saturday. : H. L. Sprinkle and son, Tien'
    III dlMl .lie !hated the
    "1 wi'iii |'u I.if (loinHHUK; In u !She: had tiauy plute.l j n wheeling gull ; she felt is If the There was a worried little cloud on Arden Drawdy of Five :'tlilewns of Florahome, spent the week-.>nd '
    enough to hll't'I maid
    l.ll,.litl: } lilfKlllin imilinel." -!I... said. now mud she had umiiey a KiiccesKiiHitif; ilattcrnly ,1 world was ud
    : to him tin 'li''M flu.), wlu-u (they ImU I pIe and glorious again. "Hut now 1 II). ns the happy morning wore on. Townsend.The .
    '
    lmleM>ndenl' In
    | women >
    yoiiiiu
    gulden: liU'itklaHl. t together. , anil' >\ tlvliiiKkint thought the best thing wan to get you and hull an hour Inter when she and day.Oulter Boyd of Worthington W. C. T. U.
    her klt.'I'n. hilt ale', futitid her freedom | / was met in r.- '
    : In iluMihtlflu 1'i' ,ili.. UHTll'lk | home." Ails went. on, "nnd get you Cherry were salting a frog qn a shingle business
    mruiiKel' tint. j looking! after business affairs in town session Monday afternMrs.
    i < Uf I tillllTljlllUit.. (Ml IlirlrU. >' In i rested." on the busy little stream that
    ; the i-li>', "I xpi'u.l the. nijrln ,-( Now" and then H play, Btriiltlit from "I cnu't; get used to flue Idea of you poured, down the. hill near the. cubic Saturday.Mrs. J. E. Maines presiding TI

    lily' liun'I'mge" IIIt'It-11I' ii snout r "UI.I "n trltimphiitit >enr on itrcudwnt"' | aud 1'.I"r--mllrrl..dl' Cherry' auilled."We're . both were laughing like childrenagain. Turner, of New River wa a following officers were elected :

    try llll\IM'\ IlKlllfll III lisp WlhHls-\\llllmy cntue lo town for one Digit& ; (heal I IMnrtln well used to U," Ails business visitor here Saturday.Mr. Mrs. J. E Maines! president

    l"ftioiU>'<.l. mill proiHme to l buy mirouxM'uu > I took his wife, and they bowed j (dared. Midllrc. too. Itut a little It was here that Peter found Cher- : and Mrs. Willard Parker of Mrs. J. :M. :Mann vice presidentMiss

    liuiiH'tliitifl I after HIP ctreuauy' to unit the men anil 1 women In the | "lolIM,1 through the smile a "" de-I rye She came up to him, and he took New River, motored to Lake Butler Marshall Proctor. ,necrrtarMr

    P'! bouse, lamenting: they rearmed later "berry's 'lul..lI.| ")t'8 both her hand! and after a second of Monday mornln *. A, C. Strickland treasurerMr.

    ll<>roln> tell I It. H dreamy tii.tf. uudshe out Into the nhnr|> night air Ihnt lied | Rjmpiitlu-llc ; she! suspected from the I hesitation\ kissed her. She freed one Miss Anna Lee, of Atlanta Ga., is and Mrs. Mose Fpinbt.'rg.I

    Mntt'lit-il I lie gulls,. \vlu-fl.nK; In the Creek did not see more such produotluua. | ,letter Alix.J. written that there band to put It on his shoulder and '
    | a guest of Dr. and !Mrs W. II. Lae Lakeland are plesently located on t
    h tiiiiiKhln, II Its tliiiiiKlitful mulling I would be no nutxery netnled III the standing so, she seriously returned

    .>}<.... Tlit limn ;liiucv Ht her imrv mountain ....I.lu for a while.. and fheknew his kls. For a moment his arm encIrcled this week. lake.Willie
    The rffpot of there plays \\ all to Dr. J. M. Mann and Ben VTUIiams
    r Feinberg has
    moved h
    vr win'l l In the silftKf that rtllltlw.I."lib Uml to btilloving, Allx till her waist ; be bad forgotten! into
    Muiivililni llk.- lifxltmhHi or mmlIUtlOtltHI make Cherry 'lung taguNly fur th,* would be a bitter errmx.Sausiilllo bow blue her eyes were with Just a motored to Gainesville on business home recently purchased from IV>

    III IllK IlKlk. IIIII!:"; fhe really did! not enjo them , frnKi'iint wltb acacln and Dim of eorn-colored hair loosened Friday. Hewitt.Mr. .
    fur tUemyelM-K.. (Hut helped h..rto
    "L >ok, h'...... Allx-lpf talk IO'u..t they roH* bliMMiix' rose BtwptT Into the above them and what husky, exquisite Miss :Mae Duke spent the weekendat and Mrs. P. P. Defcle and chit' 1
    vlxnallxe Ilghtedstreets
    Kiisiern: rltleK,
    \ to Ht.k. }o" "0111"1 hill/:. 'There's stud brlglvX otinoblne lx-).K>d the marsheaHklrtlng childish notes were In her voice."CI'rrthls her home in Five Mile dren of Five Mile were guests: .if
    restiiuiiint full of ligltts
    never titfu uii>'thliiv!-un)thing to tell music beautiful women till gowned.After the hay glittering In light.Cherry's Is the nicest thing Bgn Duke, of Five Mile was in Mrs. Ida Dekle Sunday.
    t >ou-or ynur fattier. If lu was hvru." ) niter ejies minted nothing that ha. hapiiened. for a long loafwhile
    town this week after business Sam
    looking
    one of ibece I..rf..rnu" Ihrwould ; ) Singer of Gainesville a'il'
    Peter Mild, tlu..lifd, mill a trifle awkward. and when th...'y "left 'the train at :MITIV.tlt'y < !" he said.
    but hoar l her tlat for several affairs. greeting friends in Lake Butler la<-
    1 Tm not thai klml of a inau. Mild the mountain air cm'eloieil "Tou and Allx are angel to let
    Y Hut there IIIIH. ln'i-u that one IhlHK:- days, but would nit. dreaminK over the | them In H. rush uf Its clear anfttie me come'!" Cherry answered as they The body of Mr. John Cameron wag Friday.D. .

    Hint unt 'woliiuii" thought of hciM-lf lu the horolne'arole mid purity' site v\ a* In ecxtiisie. brought to Lake Butler from PaInt. W. Borum spent Sunday in Lnl.i
    U' turned!, and with laughter and ,
    eager
    I'luxlifil.. toe abe. was looking. at I She.. 6:1I"In: exclamation, of delight Ka last Friday morning and carriedto Butler
    One diiy xhe hud letter from Ails ; Interrupted talking went back to the
    3'k Mm with bright Intvlllgfiit t'},'M. a when they reached the cabin. It was house the home of Mr. and :Mrs. M .L.McKmney Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his app
    It her heaituche. slue hardly
    !gate u
    ';;h" "Mut I tliotiKlil she np\or cw0oj I a (picture, of em-efnl beauty In th..u".r : to await burial which took ment with Antioch church in Alae'"
    knew her
    wh) She l>vtuu to ilrvatu of nuou. Chiefly, Peter allat on.a.. different -
    f knew. = uwu home, of the warm, aw eel little i Th..rt' ntlll butterctiw In every' way. Cherry was full place at Dekle cemetery Friday afternoon county Sunday.Dr. .-
    "So, chic never did'P and popp>"' In the fields, and In
    valley whose. bree/og. were like aloe I of softness, of ready response to 1101ap..l. at 3 o'clock. The funeral and Mrs. J. E. Maines retur J
    Allx ItHikfd, buck. nt the gulla the garden tluiu' 'iinil* of rose weregrowing
    of 1'11I111111'/1111) urvulheil. lu fog:, and of I of sympathy and comprehenxlon. services" were conducted by Rev, S. Monday afternoon from a week-e
    "C>l well their long
    >, ihfii- asp tiuhl. Indlf riotously flinging
    fertiitly. the ridges where" butterculw. and popplcg i i .rum up against! the slope of the. low She hind. l Teen 'milunde"tood.uobal'l'F. S. Proctor. assisted by Rev J. D. Ma visit with her brother Dr. Will V
    ( powdered. 1 a child' sboes with ncglc' 'i't J the had developed The friends of Mrs. Cam of
    jor. many Perry being called to the fui
    "Allx. world, yon like to know "hnlltlI..r brown rvof. and hanging, : In festoons .. ,
    ?" IVti-r to.l.W ht..lely. "Her iiHiui1 gold and du-H. She began. to'' from the low brnyben, of the oak through stiff. III:: a certain timidIU eron extend their heartfelt sympathyto ; of the 14 months old baby of Dr
    hunger! > i I that was nlDilirJ{,)'"'w::. a
    I (1V\IM ,I the luni'-e the njnuntalD roe: her in this sad bereavement. Mrs :Mrs York.


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    IS NOW ON AND WILL CONTINUE: FOR FIFTEEN DAYS-SALE IS FOR CASH Yi
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    i r It i i. a well known fact that "What we advertise, we do" and yet there will be some few people who will take our statements "with a grain of'salL" If you *f e

    one of the "Doubting Thomases"" and prefer to let your skeptical disposition get the better of you it is YOUR OWN FAULT. All we can say to such peopleis

    that if they go elsewhere to supply their needs, the skepticism will cause them to lose just the difference between our SALE PRICES and the exorbitant

    prices they will be forced to pay for the same goods any other place in the town or state. Now we say act on that "hunch." Come and see for YOURSELFthat

    we are stating facts. .'


    Please bear in mind that these items are all new goods and we absolutely guarantee the quality. Also remember that Cotton is on the advance and that means

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    c "A(:"" I'y: .-- FRIIJAOCTOBEU -11-.. _1011__a.
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    U oooc .oaoco=O 0=000ao.aOoao -saocaoIt .I Mr. W. E. Torode was a visitor t Dr. J. C. Will was elected health

    Starke Wednesday. f; ROCHESTER officer for the
    ' I Farmers I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bennett I year.
    I( Bradford County y Jacksonville, were Henry visitors to Lawte, o) j Election of city attorney and night

    marshal wa deferred to next
    regular
    a0.000. ]last week. : WOMAN TELLS
    t.700000Q0. OQ0 0a0 ; meeting.
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    W I Mrs. J. Farris was a visitor to the
    'I' A of the directors every farm can and should have running work
    MORE HONEY 1 Hernando- meeting county Beat first of the week. i Scaxenger for the town was
    JJrooksville citrus aifco-. water at least in the kitchen. awarded to J. A.
    growers Morgan at
    II. J. $90
    ; Thomas, who moved here from i EXPERIENCE per
    the held this week This i Is not only idealistic but a business month.
    t There is no doubt that honey, elation was one day i Jacksonville a few days ago with his

    sweets of the blossom, as produced I and the local packing house will be propositon that faces every far- family, has bought the grocery store I' Bond of C. A. Knight, tat assessor,
    ,t artificial L I the farmers of mer, Prof. Frazier Rogers of the .
    by nature IB superior to our opened for the use of say of J. A. Allen, near the depot. was approved.The
    t sugar We should use more( hunt)vegeta-ble' | Florida Agricultural College. Mrs. William Thornton visited ref "I suffered for ten years from nervous chairman reappointed the com-

    t and advise all our friend to do th.]i I Every farm has some source of water atives in Starke Sunday. indigestion. I had no appetiteand mitteea of the past year.

    : same, knowing that we are thus t 0 to draw upon and the man of the S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a always felt miserable. I was in The street committee, together with

    secure better health and ]longer life. i Orange-Grove conditon a* a whole house should] in justice to his family visitor to Lawtey Sunday. such a serious condition I thought my the health officer and fire chief were
    j time for this .
    Pure honey contains the most fragrant have been good for the last part of devise some means whereby this wa- W. E. Torode was transacting business world was getting short. instructed to investigate certain de.

    I. and delicious, as well as the, the summer season, in spite"'*bf the ter will not have to be carried to. the in Starke Monday. My food didn't seem to nourish me at cayed buildings and report at the next

    (, healthiest, properties of the vegetable! I dry weather Fewer whitefly scales house in bucket Such would eliminate Ed Muse, a former resident of our all and I only weighed 85 pounds. regular meeting:

    1': kingdom. have been observed on the leaves than much of the drudgery, especially town, moved back here from Jacksonville "After. taking Tanlac, I now weigh Office hours of the clerk were fixedat

    b It is impossible to manufacture by'I I any year recently.GadsdenIrave. 1 to the women, who deserve every last week. 108 and am gaining every day. Oh! 10 to 12 a. m. and 1:30: to 3:30: p,
    there i Is such a wonderful change now.
    oj any chemical process, any sweet and I consideration. 'Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, spent Tanlac m.
    relieved
    trouble]
    expect it to be as healthful as that : had three call thisweek ,: To have running water does not Sunday with relatives. it my so quickly The council adjourned to October
    I surprised me. My appetite is
    r which is produced naturally from the to treat domestic animals for I i! necessitate the outlay of much money. Mrs. Cassie Mott and children of splendid. 'I have of 14, 1921.

    blossoms of flowers. The nectar of disease; A'ood'result obtained. Attended 'One can begin with a common pitcher Jacksonville, spent Saturday and Sun and feel better than plenty I have in strength. C. A. FUTCH,

    flowers is an essence: gathered by the enthusiastic meeting: of the I| pump and sink placed conveniently in day with relatives here. I wouldn't take one thousand dollars years.I Town Clerk.

    busy bee from the sweet flowering Greensboro community service club :, the kitchen. This i Is far better than W. F. Godwin was a visitor to the for what Tanlac] did for me"The

    plants of the fields and forests! and Tuesday night I IOllCeolaFarmera | carrying: water in a bucket. Later an county Monday. I
    converted into honey by a process no above statement was made by
    improvement over this can be made. Mr. Francis Wiggins of Jacksonville -
    chemist can successfully imitate. It have planted The hand-force pump with a barrel was a.visitor to Lawtey Satur- Mrs. Clara Lehman, Bristol Hotel, LooKing tor Virtue..

    is Nature's own product.-man has no their fall Irish potato Growers tank might come second. Finally Rochester, N. Y. Wlieu yon have n mind to divert
    its crops. day.Miss Tanlac is sold in Starke by Turner's your fuiic}, consider the good qualities
    part in production. and truckers are buying seed: co would como a gasoline-driven pump Marguerite\ Godwin .vho! 1 Is ntUrding of
    I Store'and your Itt'IJUllltiluU".s the
    and SWf'l't"With Drug by leading druggists ] ; as enter
    "Keep
    "Sweeten Up" and an elevated tank which is
    much
    operatively. Some big rice yields are the Bradford High School, at Adv. prlslug vigor of tills Inns, the modest
    Florida's pure honey: being gathered here. i better than either of the former. tarke, spent the w..et-end! with her everywhere.- of another the liberality> of a third

    'Twill give you health I The time saved in going to and parents, Mr. and Mr W. F. GodwIn and' so nn. For there Is nothing so entertaining

    That's worth more than wealth Santa Rosa-Farmers of Jay, Mt. from the well with bucket to carry Ofwie I'revatt of Jacksonville, spent CITY COUNCIL MEETINGThe UN a Inely IIIIHKP <,f the vli--

    Worth more: than all your money Carmel and Cora are preparing to water and the satisfaction derived Sunday at the ho'1ot bin mother, tut'S exhibited III the etitiriirter ofthose

    plant 200 acres to Irish potatoes and will soon pay for the best system. Mrs. R. M. Prevatt. city council met in regular session we converse with occurring a>
    COUNTY AGENTS': KKPOKTS: Oct. 4, with all members pres I numerously us poKxIMe.' : Let tills, therefore
    100 acres to strawberries next spring 13. D. Browning was transactingbusiness
    :! ent. !, he always ut ImuiL-Marcus Au
    Assisted Prof. J. R. LAWTEY in Jacksonville Saturday. rellus Antoninus
    St. Luric- by Minutes! of last meeting were read
    Watson( Florida experiment station, DO NOT nuns THE WOODS Bradley Green, of Jacksonville, was and approved.
    Lawtey, Oct. 14.-J. B. McCulley the of relatives 4
    guest Sunday.
    I spent, several days this week checking Report of the bond trustees for the

    '! up on results obtained from the Scientists and other people< who of Jacksonville, spent several days in Jack Smith, of Anthony, was a visitor month of September was ordered filed. To Cure a Cold in Orm Day

    } spraying demonstrations for thrip know tells us that the life of our flail Lawtey last week. Mr. McCulley wasa to Lawtey during the past week. 'Tax assessor C. A. Knight presented Tike LAXATIVE IJROMO,, QUININE(Tablet 1ttelathecoueh

    control of the early part of the year. depends upon the continuous additionto former resident here and t is quitea The New River Baptist Association the assessment rolls for 1021. The I" W.4ROVE'| and;"Hradlirlie iiitcatura and etch work 110..utthCold. .. 31k.

    it of humus particularly] that large property owner. will convene in Lawtey Wednesday, same wer examined and approved.The .

    Polk-Fruit buyers are already ins grown thereon. They also tell us that W. E. Torode was transacting business continuing until Sunday evening. A old council adjourned sine die.

    the Held. the most destructive agent of thin in Jacksonville Thursday large crowd Is expected. Dinner: will i ''ttyt'9Dtltatvax 1laDIllOg J)

    ; humus upon which soil life is dependent Miss Eva Futch went to Jacksonville be nerved on the grounds.The I New officers were sworn in by Nat. I COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
    livestock In in extragood is fire.They \ Thursday where she has secured
    Holmes All
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    I ary D. E. Knight as follows:
    Full Line of
    condition. With plenty of fore tell UK these things and a position.Mrs. J 'a
    t we church nerved dinner at Mrs. M. E.I L. A. Davis, Jr., mayor. '
    to make better know they right. Knowing this J. P. Wyrick and baby, of Undertaken Supplies I
    lI and grain we hope( ( are Edwards building Saturday to help'i S. A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin, aldermen.
    gains on our hogs this fall than ordi it behooves us to discredit the burnIng Alexandria., are spending a few
    the of
    defray expense improvement I C. A. Futch clerk, treasurer and '
    _.t"'ro\a:\ CILE IIC.1R.'L
    woods days here at the home of her parents,
    narily.IIillHhoro. of and forests, grass and I I a "
    recently placed the church. The tax collector.C. .
    on 9
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    .iTnonaril.!: : T c'ust! sec
    trees. Knowing that it Is not for the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. I I re
    I'. sum of $50 was raised. A. Knight, tax assessor. vice rt the Inweet "ril'''." Ppe! "'1
    -Strawberry growers or. best good of the Individual, the com Miss Eslclle: Hawkins, of Quincy, The sudden death of Albert Mose- The new council was called to order I,\' '*. <* pranizcd at I'lant City Wednesday A munity and the state for any personto is upending a few days !in Lawtey as ''' Registered Embalmer.
    Icy occurred at his late home about 2' by Clerk C. A. Futch. The board re-
    community council organized at Self- burn to ashes the grass and tree the: guest of her sister Mrs. P. G '
    o'clock Monday morning from acute j elected D. C. Jones, chairman I
    tier Friday night: that Nature grew for us, we cannot Ilaigler. I'
    : De WTIT C. JONES
    indigestion. Mr. Moseley was born in J. L. Peek was re-elected a memberof
    stand Idly by and not proclaim this Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter '
    \ this vicinity, where he spent all of his' board of bond trustees for a term I STARKE, FLA.
    ,I' Murion-Have spent much time thlllwN.k the destructive practice It really Is. of Milton, are spending a few
    life, with the exception of two years of threeyears.
    in interest of, the loclllt'a-opC'ra. A farmer wants fresh "burns" or days at the home of her parents, Mr rl.tiltACalIGSR'OONd >
    spent in Jacksonville during the late
    live creamery. We lire beginning fresh grass for his cattle in the and Mrs. J. II. Moore, in East Law-
    , war. At the time of his death he was
    work on our truckers marketing' nsHorlntion spring. He sticks a match to the tey. a member of the firm of Rowe & I J. H. Williams B. Z. Matthews
    or cxrhamre.Clay grace says "let 'er burn." and crops Miss Rachel Rover, of Jacksonville u'u
    nWllt'ley, grocery ana meal; market;. I
    on about his business ire is j justified -,J spent last week in Lawtey at th e '
    lie leaves devoted wife father
    : a a
    I -Some lands arc being, turned in wanting fresh grass for his home of her parents Mr. and Mr. E. I I i INTER-STATE REALTY COMPANYIf
    and mother, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mosc-
    for potatoes and en exceptionally fine cuttle. In fact, that desire in him is I). Hoyer. |
    ley, two sisters, Mrs. George W. Carter -
    crop of hay has been harvested. Splendid commendable. However, there is nn- Mrs Ury Gunter and daughter, o:r and Mrs. Cordia Carter and one | you don't rub against the White Wash you won't get it
    1 progress is being mode on I the [ other side to I this story. First, therei Jacksonville, are upending a few day,5
    brother, George W. Moseley, Jr., besides I
    state fair exhibit from this county. i a better way of getting this grass. here at the home of her parents, Mr. on vou.
    I many near relatives and a host
    Second, there are: other generationsfollowing and Mrs. G. L. Futch. '

    ;,' liny-This week I have inoculated! the present one and the'destructive J. C Cone, of Urookcr, was transacting .. of friends to mourn his untimely de- The Inter-State Realty Company will get out the second edition of its
    mise. The deceased was about 35:
    f>2 hogs, given one demonstration in I' practices of one generation/ business in nwtey Friday. of HOME-SEEKERS GUIDEAug.
    years age.
    r poultry culling, inspected two home I result in added hardships for their Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Orlando, wa s I
    J. S. Eunice and family moved to
    I orchards for (disease and insects inspected [ children and their children's children.1 1 I in town last week. 1st, carrying advertisement of million of dollar worth of property
    their farm about three miles north of i
    : one strawberry bed and one j I Do not burn ofT grass and humus, j|I Miss Clara Mao Shepard, of Starke,, listed for sale or exchange throughout the United States, Canada and Mex:
    home garden for diseases and given II..t it stand to shade the earth and |I' was visiting friends in Lawtey Sunday town last week, where he recently I| ico. If you have property for Bale or exchange list it with us at once. The
    completed his new home. advertising cost you nothing on commission lilting It will be our hard
    instructions for spraying for worms. finally to die, rot and form more soil [
    I luck if we fail to find you a deal.
    that will be full of life. So treated it !I II A. J. Lowery and family, of Jacksonville FRANK CLARK IN TROUBLE I

    Ice-Conditions of truck and citrus will not take long for the soil to mul- 'I visited relatives in Lawtey: ', Inter-State Schell
    Realty Company BuildingLAKE
    crops are improving: rapidly. ( tlply over and over in fertility and first of the week Congressman Frank Clark is over- I ,

    ,productivity. From such a soil will Geo. F. Young was transacting bus. burdened with a ]larger supply of free | BUTLER, UNI N.COUNTY. FLORIDA.
    1 Dade-The entire wl'l'k'llall been grow grasses more valuable by ten mess in Jacksonville Thursday
    seeds than he has even had before. lie
    ; spent getting 'photographs of proves time for all purposes' of the farmer Louis Brown of Waycross, Ga.+, the
    I wants farmers, truckers and
    :r I and farms In the county to be used in I and cattleman than the grasses herrl'ts was a visitor here Sunday.The leners of Bradford county to help garf him f Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake

    . a farm booklet, financed by the county : by "burning the woods." death of the 2-months old Infant get rid of his load, by sending him :' if you order your fertilizer i

    and (rotten up by the county agent j jDeSoto daughter of Mrs. R. D. Rennet their names so that he can send them' without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof

    I| EVERY HOME SHOULD occurred last Tuesday: night, after: Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides
    '1 needs. Address, lion Frank Clark
    -I have convinced many of I Ij I I IIAVE RUNNING WATER several days illness. The entire com- House of Representatives, Washington I : Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .

    our farmers of the need of, lime in munity extends: sympathy to the bereaved D. C. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
    their soils and have arranged with Little Money Needed to Install Simple family. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet.
    I
    one: firm to furnish the farmers with I I !System' To Eliminate Drudgery Mrs. W. Highsmith, of Jacksonville -
    Aug. 1 Price Lists. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Gem Brands"'aIMlftJ'
    r lime at a Having to them of from $: j was the guest ]last week of her

    to $1 a ton.VolualaSeedbvde. :11 I Running water In the farm home parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hoyer. TAKE JTJN I TIME j 1.. .. .

    I Is no longer considered: a luxury, buta Mil Louise Blanchard of Jacksonville I .mmm"'UIlIlI\mmrntoulu.uunlf''UWU''JOtm1nlIU'"nmmmnIJlIjG:!

    ] of cabbage 1> lettuce necessity' and a possibility. It ts spent the week-end: with her Just as Score of Etarke People Have
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    and cauliflower are growing true that some homes can have more parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanch- Walt ng d..esut' pay I III

    ii, nicely elaborate systems than others but ard. you neglect kidney uacltucue, I IUrlnur I
    > Lr..UU.CII oKeu follow, Uoun'a Kidney Pills are for kidney;

    .. baCK..{'. . u 'r Lther kidney \111*.
    Starke Citlzetm endorse them auk; ,

    your imiKiibjr! has -the
    overcome commonest
    Mrs. J, U.
    St.lu..U. sturke, SUYSI I
    I I IWe "I was uffitrlng with kidney and causes of'tiriZ trouble 8 8I.

    bladder trouble My buck hurt mecouotdiitly i
    VICTORY BONDS coil often It twinged. Dizzy .

    : : nervous lu V grout deal and the way my kidneys i
    acted kept me In misery. I decided Full Size Tires

    V to try Doan'B Kidney Pills and theyitelptu ,i

    1.- .., null Lola and soon

    had me fcfiilug well again. Since : for Cars

    are in position at this time to secure for our customers and then when I have felt any symptomof Light ;

    i u, friends a little more than par for Victory Bonds, including the inter of the Dan's cuinpiuiiit have never coming tailed on. a to few relieve

    est that has accrued since the last interest period l1.ePrice 641c Many small tire are made on a lighter scale tha
    n at all dealers. Don't
    This refers only to the Victory Bonds and not to the other issues limply tt.k fur a kidney remedy-get : are the larger .izes-the purpose being to turn

    VV V 1)01111. "': .UIIIIY l'm-the same that I out a product for factory equipment or for the
    cf Liberty Bonds. We can handle the other issues, but only :Urs..: SUiibo.l liuJ. FoBter-Miiburn. buyer who is guided b' price only.

    Co., Mfrs? Uuffttlo N. Y.
    4 at a figure considerably below par. Small size Michelins, on the other hand, are made

    ersons who wish to convert their Victory bonds into cashare --- proportionately just as sturdy as the big sizes.

    invite to make use of our services. The 30x3 1-2 Michelin, for instance, is over 3-4

    | of an inch thick through tread and carcass.

    i Dod on'. Liver Tone The result is unequalled economy for the user.

    Try Michelins and prove it for yourself


    + r BANK OF STARKE Instead of Calomel'"


    Calomel U quicksilver. It attack*

    THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE STARKE. FLA. the bone and paralyze the liver. Your
    dealer sells!! each bottle of pleasant Smith's Garage

    E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C WHITE. Cashier 'h .nnJ_ "Dodoon's Liver Tone" under
    an ironclad, money-back guarantee thatit
    will regulate the liver, stomach and
    bowel better than calomel without STARKE FLORIDA

    sickening or salivating you-15 Bullion .
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    FRIDAY.'. OCTOBER 14. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.KI.RAPII. 8TARKE. KLOIUDA PARK 8KVE>

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    day night 19. J. W. raltnn limry of WjrthlnatonCirlni This 6*.ptrnibrr 21, 1021. t .
    FARMER BROWN !.. Sera. 2$. e2, 83. Tp. e. a. K. in 11:.. G. W. AI.r>F.IIMAN.
    I Miss Rcna Thomas' of Waldo, was aier et d Unknown.C (K<.iiI- Ckrk; C'trftuM. Court
    visiting her grandmother Saturdayand .>.Ull...... Ni.. 2U. rnibrace all ex North- lly C. A. KNIGHT. ,
    I __ rat Quarter N.irttuant Quarter, See lit Tp I>, Sunday. 7. 8. R. 22 E. 6IHI .cp..arued Unknown.Unlraa P E KNICJHT.8oliollor ,
    I Mr. Bt-ninjrcr .
    J. F. HouserReal | Then suppose, you Messrs. lx>nie Parker, Percy Woods I aa d .ortitirate.): hall: lie ;retltemrdavc for Complainant, a-2t.9t 71.1e
    I will not vote for bonds for good .irdinir to law tar Bred will tMiie thrrvon
    Eugene Crosby, and Carl Atkinson, on the I'.th day of (Octol-r, A. \). ,un.o Ht FOR rtIIII'ATIO'JI. '
    roads .
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    Wit. ofllrlal" .1 till
    my eiwrnaturp neal
    of firooker, attended church here Saturday ........... I. Circuit Court. Mint of Florida FlahthJudiral
    i tlio 14tll dry of 3<>l> A. D. 1U21. .
    Estate j I should nay not. I don't want to night. I I (1 I. W ALDUUMAN. Circuit\ Hrmdford County. In Chan.envy.
    and pay taxes for some one else to have 1 (II'I..n' CU.U: Circuit; v .,mrt 1",1110> M.tnnlnir.oniil .
    Messrs. toy Rob'rill.11I Jones 9.16.bt-111.,4. llradford Florida
    County ,.tnnnt.
    I smooth roads. These roads arc good (
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    Jesse
    Prof Revels John Surrency and - v. I
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    HARD ROADS i enough for me. : Byrd motored to Starke Saturday of-j(j OKntu: Fun 1'CYLICATIQV/ (1.."....- M..nlnor.llrr'od..t.. .
    In Circuit 1'1.' ... of Rliihth
    Court. Florida.
    I all : i
    You public improvements It apMiirliiK hy affidavit aplwhrd J 1o ttMlilll
    oppose .
    ....
    ternoon.
    Judicial Circuit llradfnrd Couiiiy, in CI a.Kivft-AlAUHl, ...
    flU'd In tho emit. that <:if o ( v
    the time. You voted against a new I O. W. Pyal was a business visitor red. Mnniiinit, the ctrfvndaM thrrrin named I IH a y
    Maria L. Klckllter and I. W. KlckliU-r, herhueband
    'II schoolhouse. Said the old log house to Waldo Thursday. I, eumi'lsinanta.toblrrl . redd,'nl .n of the that pt.le,........of... Florltla.of subpoena and en"o..I.hll"1f cannon. Lt

    I' I am strong for bonding for Hard Roads becauseI with its slab seats was good enough. I Mrs. George Jackson, children and N.xon va I..','nd.nL. I..* nfrvi'd uiH, >n him. and la over the *.ttf 0'h.rnC".n"

    know of its wonderful benefits ; also know by exper Said you could not spare your boy togo mother. Mrs. Rachel Prevail, of Wal It apniarliiir. by affidavit MPIH. .tul 1.>d to t t.lilll .' ali n..Id."t ymm.ndiint It !I. thprrfor W and ..oirlnil hrri'hy. I'.t r.-
    It works hardships / to school; wanted him at home to here Friday afternoon filed In the love alated awe that Robert "iiilnd' to ai>|rfr to the hill of eortiiilafnt,' pled
    ience. no on do visitors
    anyone.HAMPTON were
    .
    Nixon the 01.,10..1 then-tn named I I. a In paid raun on or before Monday, th Sth
    'I \0 help you while you had only 4 or 5acres I nnu-midtnt uf the slat" of Kloridn.. and th.t day.., NovrmtMT.. A. I>. 1921. olhrrwUc. thus
    i. the maidvnce of the aid di .Ifltdunt I I. un I "11.-,,. I..n. nf maid hilt will b. taken a. ct.nhy h
    cultivation. good
    in You are a Joe Durchell was a business' visitor i known, It.t'r.' nwr: the utre of twenty-one ,,,"..._ aid drfrndant. i iTracy's
    ain't I 1 .. for. ordered. that said nonn It In fuHhrr. ordcrvd this
    FLA. : American you; Well clad to Hampton Saturday afternoon. year ; that order I* i
    .idi you are the only one of that stripe in 1! Mr. and Mrs James Grnxea were ""'''.'' to the hill\ nf complaint ni,>d In aid In ct hi,* Bradford County Ti>li..irrapl''> a
    j I this neighborhood. Suppose we wereall catty on or .before Monday tho 21nt day ofI wHimiM-r' -r tuililfiihtd In add county and atnt,*.
    Ctjj'mmmtllmrnmnn'm"DtIIUIWIiIIIlIWllllllllllllIlllm"mmmm visitors to'aldo Saturday. ., r
    I I November. A. IV 1021. otherwiw the h'a. Thi S.pimilwr 27. IVVJ.Sial ..
    """ = /,I like you T Why, we would have Miss Estell Wasdin and brother maid defendant.U < ) Clrrk, Clrriilt, Co 1.Dy .
    t no roads; only row paths. No schools, Everett, of Waldo spent the week-end la further ordered that this onh'r .be |>ul>. C. A. KNIGHT.Drlut" .
    liihi'd for right wrwerutlve .....'.. In the I .
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    no improvements farms just
    on our
    I with their Mr. and *
    grandparents .
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    / i llradford County TrUiiraph. a newi|> | pub. A. 7. ADKINS.
    enough to raise a little corn for meal Mrs. II. D. Wasdin. Ilihrd In said county and ..C.te.I Solicitor' for Complainant D.BO.U..u.lImmmlnmrnr.mmmmmmmr.mmmmllltlOlIe

    Pharmacy and a few sweet potatoes and razorback j.i Walter Edmondson of Sampson, i iI I I .. .__.

    Hampton hops for grease. You just exist was a visitor here Sunday. ,.",,!\mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlImmClmmmm ..,.hint
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    -not live. You'd better move fur- I Mrs. Frances Lovelace left Saturday .

    :I ther I bark> in the woods for we are going night for her home in Tampn. --1 I e'' k
    to have good roads and if
    you Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney( and
    DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES CANDY CIGARS. Olltay j in this neck of the woods and granddaughter, )Miss. Lois Moody

    P, COLD DRINKS, STATIONERY own your land you will help to build spent Sunday at Sampson PharmacyLawtey !

    a' them. I I Mrs. Mamyc Ilcville bpent' the weekend

    C Now I would like to see how many with her daughter/ ut Wuchutta.Ed ,

    Hampton is the coming town of Bradford County, and are willing to vote for the bonds to 'i Oliver and Gracie Sparks, of Florida ,

    with Good Roads it will come all the quicker. help make this county better to live Mounteocha, attended Christian Endeavor ,

    Therefore we are in favor of bonding.( in and increase the value of our land here Sunday night. UlUTGS AND DRUG SUNDRIES. TOILET; ARTICLES ;

    three-fold. As soon as we get good Mrs. Wallace Thigpen and baby, of : CIGARS CANDY

    roads people will pass through Instead Ziff, were visitors here Sunday. p

    of going around down the East I Miss Er.e Edmondson, of Sampson, I
    Florida Filled PliiirmndHt.WE .
    Hampton Prescriptions by Competent
    ,
    Coast where much poorer land is being spent Sunday night with Miss Lois 1I

    I sold for $100 to $300 per acre, Moody. | ,,

    i just on account of their hard roads j ji Misses Lomle Thomas, .Ivy Starling I: t bf

    "'e have better soil, better climate ( and Ollie Padgett, of Ziff attended .

    and more vacant land and now is our Sunday school here Sunday. > I '

    opportunity to get "pay for all the I Odell Abernathy, of Jacksonville, ARE: ItOOSTERS ,FOR HARD ROADS

    W H. Edwards' Garage 9 9Bring long )'ears.'e have just!' stayed here spent the week-end with his sister, : I ,

    instead of putting a debt on our chile j I Mrs. Lizzie Surrency. .
    : /
    dren. We arc making more money | Miss Nona Brown, of Sampson and IIIDllimmdlmmm@m0immmmdKDmIDmIQmm/ \ lOmmlDmm@mtOmmmmmmmm@mmmmmlDt)) ( 1 ,, "

    your auto troubles to us. Vote for bonds. With for them then we have in the last 30 Orrie Thomas of LaCrosse( were visitors '" )9TUFOEMOORE

    years here Sunday.
    Hard Roads will have less troubles and ,'
    you
    ,
    : What would the great West have Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdin, of Wal

    burn less gas.Vhat we lose on local been worth today if (enterprising men do, spent| Sunday with bin parents' COMPANY

    patronage, we will make up Con had not built railroads through that Mr. und Mrs. Ii. I). Wasdin. I

    the great travel wild prairie country,bringing settlers I Will Wwirren, of ZiflT was a visitor s I, ( bI

    that will pass through ':' from all over the world who soon here- Sunday' afternoon.Mrs. II III : GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COM)) DRINKS I

    Lawtey when the Hard Road comes. : improved the wild land, making it a I ) Kquilla Dixon i and l Iltssic Aberniithy ,I CIGARS: CANDYest ) : ',
    : 1 beautiful> sight to behold. with its were visitors to Hampton on j I

    PULL FOR GOOD ROADS l lt millions of acres of waving wheat and j Sunday I 11 i prices paid for country produce. Thankful
    other !grain with fine large house. Alvin Wandin who is teaching the' ,
    'I for post patronage*, mid will endeavor to deserve; a continuance
    ado barns large herds of cattle and school lit Mucclrnny, spent the weel.I:

    t Lawtey Florida horses. That is what railroads have end with his parents here. J! of name.WE }'
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    done for the West. That is what Percy Jones and niece, Miss Neta
    it I ARE{ IN FAVOR OF HONDING FOR GOOD)) ,
    =, q jumped land there from $1.25 to $75 Starling' spent Sunday with relatives : KOADS) (
    of to $100 acre Good roads will do at IjiOroBse.
    per |
    '1fCJlIIIlImlmm:! : : : mC1L'Fm31fSQ GrnIDf.I lmrm rnmJIlmmIDlQrn-ff: : 'Ij'IjC ce c
    more for us. ]Mrs Rachel Prevail of Waldo, was cC

    f. Now all that wili vote for the bonds a visitor here Sunday. | Fla.
    stand up.Good The Graham literary society elected Lawtey, :

    G. W. Roberts stand ; now till that are opposed, !, new :officers Friday afternoon< as follows ., '

    up. l'mwmmmJCJfJCr.tmcJmlDr.trJCJllrnrnmC1CJmCJrnrnmrllDr.I'mr! ; ) : ; : a'romlJmcIImro/JIIUmfJI'' :
    Only one President, Marvin Ogden I:

    Vice president, Netn Starling' : r
    c 'When shall we
    commence tin our
    Florida Secretary, Ix>ls )Moody,

    Lawtey, ,:/ this home road road, as to will Sturke all others? Remember, will lend ) Program: committee, Linnlo Fogg, : Louis H. Hill :

    Mattio Ogden and K. II. Murthee.Sergeant I
    DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, GENERAL MER- to DeWitt C. Jones hardware, store, II I
    at arms, Prof ltl'v.IH. I II I
    the who works for all
    CIIANDISE man public improvements << ,
    I(, and especially for good I Rev. Dock Crews of Intuit Urih'l'.
    !
    : We can supply all your wants. and we buy your pro- 11 roads. ; will preach at the Christian! church :, Real Estate and Fire InsuranceAGENT : ,

    ,. duce. Honest Goods, courteous treatment. Mr. Chairman, I, for one, suggestwe i Sunday morning and night FOR THE nAI.J \'..ILllB'OU'N"S: c '
    Ity + come out next, Monday and makea Rein<-niber Sunday' school\ at 3:30: '
    and Christian Endeavor at 7:30( LANDS
    eWE
    start at once. I'll make that as a every
    <1< r l
    All
    Sunday invited.
    ARE IN FAVOR OF GOOD) ROADS, AS THE ,' motion.I'll second it. Quite an interesting! plan for thu ': ItUSINESS:; AS OLD) AS LAWTEY I I

    BEST MEANS OF GROWTH FOR THIS SECTION. Moved and seconded that we meetas installation of odlcers was announcedby ti t

    t stated. All in favor will say Aye. President Frances Murrhce of I the : I have always IId'o'uhdHul, roads. and am in favor of y

    It is unanimously carried. Christian Endeavor society We hurl l la banding for that purpose:;
    t') ""' : i! IWI"' '':=ImWWI! IIID --- regular church wedding in which I

    CrKAIIAM the officers were wedded' to their, office 1 1

    for the term. It was nnnounced Lawtey Florida 4

    Graham, Oct. 14.-Bonnie Abrrna- as a C. E. wedding-and no one knew ,

    LAWTEY STATE BANK thy and Math Wasdin were business the contracting parties until the time

    visitors to the county seat Monday af- for installation' arrived. ,smmmmm@mmmmmmmmmmml0mmmmmmrommmmmDmmmmmmmmmm@mmmmmmDmlJ. '

    : .raoon. There was quite a large audience

    Capital $15,000 t7 Mrs. James Graves spent Tuesdaywith present to witness the ceremony, Prof I.
    : friends at Sampson. Revels officiating.
    C. CONE
    LAWTEY FLORIDA Mrs. Alvah Abernathy of Jacksonville --- -
    was visiting relatives here on
    I Tuesday. Mora Metamorphosis.Man t'
    Messrs. Frank Abernathy find Ches- used to have liolihy. Now It )'
    he has II Imliliv It I* n loll It. FOR IIAKIHVAKI:. HIKNITIIKI: AND nousi FNISIIINfJS 1111. 1\.
    THE PEOPLE'S INTERESTS ARE OURS, THEREFORE ley Fogg spent Wednesday afternoonin
    Starke on business.Mr. -- ()to' ALL KINDS dO;! TO '

    WE ARE IN FAVOR OF BONDING FOR Sistrunk of Clarke, was here No Worm in a Healthy Child
    Wednesday.Mr. All children troubled with Worm haven ua- LAWTEY FLA. I.
    ,
    hialthycutor.which Indicates blood sod...
    poor .
    LAWTEY GROW
    WATCH
    HARD ROADS. and Mrs.
    J. A. J. McKlnney of ruin, then .. more or lea stomach dliturbaruwGKOVES -
    Sampson, spent Wednesday with their TASTELESS CHILL IONIC given regularly BIGGEST STOCK OF I'URNITUItK IN HUADFOUI
    WITH HARD ROADS. far two or thru weeks will enrich till blood
    daughter, Mrs. Niriam Wynn.Mr. Improve dlRMilua.ind ataaa a DoixttalStrenilthrnlnn COUNTY
    and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were business Trmlrto the whale*"."m. Nnur.will limn t
    throw off.. dliipel the worms,and the Child.1111.l llu
    '1III, ....nrnmcnmll xpuifflflBCC 1(1)I+ visitors to Waldo Thurflday.I I I Dcrfng health. rla..uttosake. 73c: p.,r heals ., -
    Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdin of ,

    do, were visitors here Thursday W&I-I NOTl1 UNUrR!: or APPI HFfTION"TIOI'I 17S' fOR OF TAX THE J DEED I AM FOK BONDING; FOK GOOD KOADS FnOM'' *

    ternoon. GENERAL: STATUTES THE WORD GO. c
    Mrs. Hereby notice .la given" tnat T. J. Aldormsn.punh.mer ,
    L. Peek Dewey Strickland and little of tax Hale, ...UII..t.. nuiribrredrmp ,
    daughter Eunice, of Waldo are visiting .etlv. .lir SO 21. 24 SZ. IX 112 and XD4. f'I .
    iMUed by the tax collvetor of Bradford county
    her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. tlnrlila. laid. certificate M nor dated July Imromrommmmmmmmmmmmrommmmrommmmmmmmillmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm@mmll
    7th mil. ha* Clod ..,d ..-",11..'.. In ".. 4
    Dyal.Mr. office and I... made application for tax d..d "
    and Mrs. John McKinney to iNeue In accordance with law
    were
    &SONReal business Raid etfrtlncatee r..Nf....Uv.l]y embraces tho
    visitors to Sampson Friday. following landa In Bradford county Horl'laaM W. E. Torode4 i;
    Among the business visitors to the .....1 at the data of the ''Muanee of such I
    ...
    certificate In the namea *"%.1 ly herein
    county scat Friday were Mr. and Mrs. after, particularly act 'forth to-wltt
    J. K. Beville Alfred Certificate No 20 ..mh...... Houthwret Q".,. I .
    Estate McKinney and F.. Ur of Nurlneaet. Quartt-r North< 11.1 ofHnulhtaat Lavvtcy Florida '
    Agents J. Murrhee.C. Quarter. rVc. 29. Tr e. 8. H. IS E. : : :
    120 acm, ......'...d W. H. Nettle. !
    G. Starling, of ) Et ,,
    Georgia was a Certificate No ci emnrarp. Southeast Quar*
    business visitor here this week. top of HoutheaMt, Quarter. 8**<*. 23. Tp. ft. ft I tt .
    It. 18 P.: 40 ....... aMeed J J. RrannenCvrtlVMa
    STARKE, FLORIDA Wiley Kdmondson .. .... I '
    ; of Sampson, was N. 24 embrace* Nf r a.C O'lar '
    visitor here trr. cif Nnrtheait Qu..(... Sec id Tn R. R" :: GENERAL MERCHANT AND HOOSTER FOR f!
    , la I Saturday afternoon. R. ID F., 40 acre. *, .*.....od J. 3. flrenncn
    1 Mr. and Mrs. Elando Maines, of Certillrato No 112 .mb..... com a* VR/ : Cit> )1 GOOD ROADS
    of land old to E. Kit and run N |n< PI.
    " Waldo, were business, visitors here W ion ft, thence B slier" Hn IOA feet. f '
    Saturday afternoon 108 feet 1o IN''' "a. 1" Tp S. 8 R II f:
    I BOND.BOOSTERS ..._.d fl. C Happ.Certiflrate DRY (GOODS GROCERIES, CLOTHING HATS,
    Misses Iximie Thomas No .l rmbrare. Ncirthojl Qnnrtor
    ] and Avy
    SHOES NOTIONS( ) AND MILLINERY
    ... ,
    of Hont(" t Quarter of Nonhia t On*'
    Starling of Ziff, spent Saturday afternoon l-r Bouth Half of North Half or "0",''....a
    in Quartrr. of Northwret. Ouarter South. fl." I
    our burg. of Northrut Q"...... of Hoillh...l /tinrt.-. TEST; GOODS) LOWEST PRICES.;;
    Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Shake Ray Meet H.Inr/ MfMiihi.it' o.mnrr. n' rl .i' n t t
    filled his Quarter fi North Half of Rnutri' Half of, *<.! I regular appointment at the weat Quarter' of 6W 1.a WU of KK: :lnar Illiylc'r't! PrI'uid/ for Country Producermsmmmmmmmmmmwmm@mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlammmmmammmnKn .J''
    Baptist church Saturday and ur of Houthwe Qtiaer, Sn111h: t *,
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    A'lndIlY'1 .Northa"t. .. Quarter.. .of .fh,,a-t juHD.r. t.
    Oliver .
    Sparks and sister, of ark ..t () .-> IS co nf
    ,,,,,,, teocha >ft acre. aae ad Unknown.CerUAeala !
    mmR1Et1 attended
    "tu.u 1 imIt church here Satur.MvrwFaWrwwY 'JOI... 112 .mb..... '.t.' "- < ) < ) (;






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    11KADJOIUJ COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA nunA.- OCTOliElt U. I .>
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    : such condition, and place our countyin the tentative agreement fur .',me town Friday afternoon. day morning. tives here Thursday. -

    jlralUuru( nni:!) lii gri.ph. the front rank progress and deflopment. 1 time and then adjourned for dinner.I Irving! Thomas and con, Rex, of Walter Baxter' left Sunday for t Miss Ollie' Marr and Job ; ,If

    \ I the afternoon session it was Couter Pond, were here Saturday attending Plant City, where he will visit for a were visitors to Starke ThumMessrs. \

    Published! wrcKly and entered as agreed to hate' joint session again on to business. while. ..Howard and J. Ei Wt

    second class" matter, at the post KEGULU': AND:" SPECIAL: SISSIO.V : { October 24th, at 9 o'iock a. In., for Mr. Lewis, of Ziff was a visitor I. '\'. Pinholster was visitor to( businesr visitors here Frida,

    1 office ut Starke, Florida.E. OF COMMISSIONERS: ., further consideration. here Saturday. Hampton Sunday Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby

    J C. W. ALDERMAN, j I Charlie Kelly, of Ziff, was here Mrs.-Oliver and daughter! Cantey, dren and Joe Marr, of Star .

    S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner The board of county commissionersmet Clerk and Auditor. Saturday with a load of cotton. of Pine Hill, attended services here relatives here Sunday.

    pursuant> to adjournment Oct. 3, - -- Da\iil Shaw, of LaCrosse, was a Sunday night. Rev. James Strickland re*

    \ 1921 with members present as follows BROOK ER visitor here Saturday. ?
    }, THE ItOMJ:" l ELECTION Mr. and Mrs. W. Andreu and Monday from filling an at'I
    ,.' : J. M. Brownlee ,chairman II. Evan Hodge, of New River Was a daughter, Mis. O. B. Hazen, and two at the Baptist church at Citr,, I eat
    P. Gainey, J. W. Andrews Jr., Louis Brooker, Oct. 14.-Messrs. G. B. visitor to oar town Saturday morning children here at the
    Sunday
    spent
    Next Tuesday the citizens of Bradford I I I Dr. G. W. Brown, of Luwti, ,,,
    .
    : II. Hill and James Reynolds. Colson and John Pinholster have t
    home of 1). \\ Hazen. business visitor here
    county will rOte on the question Minutes of last two meetings read bought the store recently owned by C. F. Wilson and son spent the week The literary society of the school Monday
    Rev L. E.
    of Moseley and
    of bonding! for( the construction a and approved. i i E. S. Gaincy of LaCrosse. The firmi end with relatives at LaCrosse. here elected new officers Friday af arm
    ]
    t4 Moseley attended the funeral
    the
    road ,
    surfaced county
    hard across Upon motion the money appropriated -i will bo known as J. W. Pinholster & : R. Thomas, of Ziff, was in town ternoon. The society is progressing lhtu
    t connecting! us us with the great state be nephew, Albert .Moseley at ''jiwtf.
    j > for agricultural purposes Co. last week.
    and the I nicely and all seem to take much In- Monday. .
    highway system, Improve-
    paid to chairman of the committee to I Messrs. Clarence Crosby John Pin- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Inez terest in it. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
    main Cn-
    of the public
    miles
    ment of 100 land
    be selected to take county exhibits to 1 holster! Walter and Eldon Baxter, Abernathy spent Sunday at the homeof Mrs. Baxter is visiting her children of
    roads l tending to all points of thee Emily Hampton, spent Yldkl,,)
    county. state I fair in Jacksonville.On I were in Gainesville Wednesday after- A. II. Surrency of Pine Hill daughter Mrs. C. M. Andreu, of here with Mr. and Mrs. F. M ':>ew,
    decided
    I motion, it was to meetIn
    election : noon. Those attending the Primitive Bap- Bradford, this week.C. and family.A. .
    It is the most important session with the county commissioners -
    joint
    ever held in the county. It means that of Union county in Starke I !Mrs. Oliver, of Pine Hill, was in tist union meeting: at Bethlehem F. Litchfield, of Clay no, was In A. Crews visited reUi! at
    t t. I town Wednesday. church Baker county Saturday and town Tuesday. Lawtey Saturday and Sunday
    shall cither take our place among:
    we I October 10 1921.
    on I T. C. and M. F. Hazen In
    were Sunday were A. A. and D. W. Ilazen,
    the counties of the state I Miss Ollie Marr iefc 'lucsja
    progressive ) Upon motion board agreed to meet I ? for
    or remain in our present condition of : again on October 24, 1921 for the Jacksonville)) Friday. II. P. Gainey and mother, J. J. Morgan -j! HAMPTON Mime, for a six weeks visit with herbrother
    Brown In Stark
    L. A.
    was *sWrd-: J. E. demons and Alvin.T. .
    son,
    + lethargy and die-back. Every citizen of appointing inspectors to : Owen Marr, and wife,
    purpose nesday. :
    should weigh the mutter well and not hold an election for bond trustees C. Ilazen was a visitor to Pine Hampton Oct. 14Capt. Heiber- R. W. Woodward of Gain" avillt
    Sistrunk of Starke Iran'sacting '
    allow petty reasons to cause him to should the county vote for bonds. 1I | Mr. business,here was Hill Sunday morning.M. \ ger of Brooklyn was a business visitor was transacting business here T\le\ .
    I Wednesday P. Matheny was a business visitor
    for to town Saturday day.
    stand in the way of this great The following names were placed our
    ward movement. The present. project | upon the widow's pension roll: I I Mrs. Bryan of New River, was In I to Gainesville Saturday aftl.'ri i If. B. Peeples has as his guest this Mrs. Kate Ferris Mrs. Leo ".)01.
    morning.
    is only the beginning of what should Mrs. Carrie Shaw, Brooker, $0 per town Friday I noon. I week his father, J. P. Peeples, of and Mrs. J. L. Starling of Lawtey,
    I Mrs. Anna Murrhee of
    1 Starke A. A. flaxen, II. P. Gainey and AT-
    visited friends here ,
    result] in a few years in the construction month Mrs. Rachel Malphurs, Starke Starke.D. Sunday
    4 ;
    here with her mother
    of bard-surfaced\ roads to all sections $4 month; Mrs. Maggie BrownIng -i spent Thursday den Crosby spent Monday attendingto I W: Moore, of Theressa, was attending Jerry Bohannan spent Monday jo
    per :
    S. J. Kelly.
    Mrs. I
    Starke.
    busincs Bin
    '. of the county. The sooner theY Lawtey $8 per month; Mrs. Georgia to Business here Saturday Lawtey.
    Fred Hazen and Lewis Shrfver
    I start is made the sooner this great Hilliard, Lawtey, $8 per month; i|I K. S. Gainey of LaCrosse. was in I, Miss Julia Holiday, of Starke is Friends of E. Carter are triad<1 to

    result will be attained. No one who Mrs. Amanda Silcox $4 per month; I,I,' spent Thursday afternoon at Hamp- town Monday. I i visiting friends and relatives here nee him out again after two week

    is Interested in the upbuilding! and I II I ton Beach. Seeber and Elma Edwards of Bradford I I this week. illness.
    Mrs. Lizzie Tompktns $0 month.
    I per I! Dave Greene, of Pine Hill was In
    attended church here Sunday -
    of the county should cast hit I I S. R. Swindel of TI
    progress I There being no further business the'' our town Thursday afternoon. night. ,i ereasa, was a
    vote to longer postpone the start. board adjourned to meet on Monday, I business I visitor here this week. Season for Rejolclno.
    G. B. Colson in LaCrosse Thurs-
    I was : W. T. Weeks has been inn the sick :
    v that the election IllghteoUHnesH tried by iichci" lit),
    / While it appears October 10, 1921. to business. Mrs. Reid, of Alachua spent the
    I . will be carried for bonds by a large G. W. ALDERMAN day attending list this week. II week-end with her sister Mrs. O. good grounds< for glorying tu lu iron" ,
    John Pinholster left Thursday for
    John Plnholstcr of LaCrosse, attended Ovid.
    majority, still there is some opposition
    Clerk and Auditor. Haynes
    LaCrosse, where he will look after
    church here
    Sunday night.
    to it and enough this I i
    strangely P. M. Geiger of Waldo has been a
    the store which he and G. B. Colson
    The Shriver Co., is preparing for a NOTICE
    from those who will
    opposition comes Board of county commissioners of visitor here.
    recently
    )' I'' be the least taxed and the most bencfillcd. Bradford met Oct. 10 1921 bought. I big sale, which will begin Thursday, -
    I county Charlie Hague of Bradford was I i Mrs. A. A. Durden and Miss Emma ,
    October 13th. The council
    I L Specious arguments have been I city having combinedthe
    r \ pursuant to adjournment with all Hicks business visitors to Law-
    In town Thursday.Mrs. :| were
    t used to prejudice them against theundertaking. members present with the county Rev. Hacker, of Burnetts Lake, office\ of city clerk, treasurer and
    I, The favorite argumenthas A. J. Pinholster spent Wednesday preached at the Missionary Baptist ley Tuesday. tax collector, an office has been open
    of Union for
    commissioners county I 1 and Maud
    here the home of I. W. Pinholster Mrs Kate Sparkman
    been that the carrying out of the at church here Saturday and Sunday.\ ed in the town hall, where the undersigned
    the purpose of making settlement nsagreed of attended the enter-
    Waldo
    i Jr. Rev. Ilaeker is able speaker and Wesley, be found
    I an daily
    may except
    will benefit but
    present plans no one the law and
    directs
    or as any here
    tainment Friday evening.
    | J. W. L. Pinholster of Pine Hill much good was done.J. Sunday from 10 to 12 o'clock
    a. m,
    the towns through which the main
    other business that
    might legallycome I
    k.i Alexander visitorto
    1 Mrs. W. B. was a
    highway will Could anything was a visitor here Thursday! after- B Thomas and daughter Alva and from 1:30 to 3:30: p. m.. to receive
    4:1: )pass. before the body. I Lawtey Tuesday
    noon. of Ziff visitors here Saturday. for licenses
    were taxes
    money paf
    be further frona_ correct These of the
    The
    tentative
    agreement Alexander is this
    W. B. spending'
    , Mr. Denmark of Jacksonville spent
    Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, was a etc.
    pro- tag
    one-fourth I
    towns of the taxes of
    the of
    comittee citizens
    pay
    appointed by I. south Florida.
    week in
    last week here with relatives.
    ''fessional visitor here Saturday. C. A. FUTCH,
    the entire coittitv.. Could afford
    for they Bradford county the said composed L. L. Johns of New River was attending | Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones were in W. H. Wagner of Lake Geneva was Clerk, Treasurer and Collector Town
    to pay thl1111lIimply a pleasure of representative citizens from business here Monday.A. .
    I business here transacting
    to Wednesday.P.
    town Monday morning.Mr. of Starke. 10.7 tt
    road? Not at all. They are supporting various sections! of Bradford j -
    I' county Hicks in Starke
    C. was shopping
    M. Barefoot! was a business visitor and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son,
    this bond issue because theybelileve before, the said division, was read. week.
    the I to Starke Friday. ResRie, were visitors out in the Pine this .
    contemplated improvemem ; : Following Is the names of said Frank Malphurs of Cooler Pond Hill section Sunday afternoon. Dr. Burch of Ellington:; Ua., is
    01 our roucis will Budd up and comittee together with a copy of the here 'I this week at the home of
    spending
    business visitor
    was a Friday.
    Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of I
    develop the county at large and thatthis : tentative a regimen t as DI""a.l..... I.v E. K. PERRYMAN
    I g D. -.7 { L. D. Johns, of Pine Hill, was inI Pine Hill, attended the good roads J. D. Pry.Mrs. .
    I
    f !growth and development will result said committee. town M. L. Maynard who has been ATTORN-AT LAW
    morning.
    I i our Friday
    I meeting here Saturday afternnoon.
    ] In the growth and development j.(I I' STARKE FLORIDA
    betweena
    ) I i I Agreement entered into J. W. Surrency has moved his fam- Steve Hague and daughter Mrs. the guest of her daughter Mrs. W. ,

    i of the towns. committee from the eastern end of i e ily here from Bradford where he can Florence Varnncloe Bradford were I I B. Alexander, has returned to her

    p1' j The bug-u-boo of taxation has also' the county: composed of E. S. Mat put his children in school. They are visitors!' here Saturday afternoon. I home at Alachua.

    'Jf been prominently paraded in the arguments thews, J. M. Mitchell, and J. E. Futchof occupying, the G. M. Beville cottage Fred Ilazon and Lewis Shriver ,H. K. Moorer of Therossa, was a -

    of those who are opposing the Starke, II. P. Gainey of Brooker, : recently vacated J by R. J. Johnson. I. spent Sunday afternoon at Lake But- I business visitor here this week.

    I bond IHSUO. That It will cost some James Reynolds of Graham, Arch Elzey I'ainey has been on the sick ler. Geo. F. Young, has had the Seals

    money to build! the roads cannot be Durden of Hampton; Louis II. Hill, list but is somewhat Improved J now. I II Several are planting to attend the I building on Main street repaired and A0P0Cigars
    denied. Everything worth while costs of Lawley, D. W. Kelley)] of New .%
    will store in
    Z i Mrs. Grady Kelly and little daughter union meeting at Antioch church Sat I soon open up a grocery H.
    money. But the additional taxes necessary River, and C, Sullivan of Thert' l1n. who have been visiting here spent urday and Sunday. same.

    I 11 to support the bond issue will And a commltte from the western end a few days of this week at the homeof Mr. and Mrs! E. B. Andreu and son, J. L. Lavender was a business visitor -
    not 1m oppressive The tax books of the county, composed of Dr. J. E. this week.
    Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Kelly, of New Ray, and Mr. and Mrs Foxworth, of to the state metropolis
    show that the average farmer would Malnes, Wm. Johnson and S. T. Dow- River.I J Jacksonville, spent. Saturday at Coo. The railroad company is having the

    pay $10.per year for the support of ling I Supt. H. Wiggins, of Starke, was ter Pond fishing. union depot repaired and repainted.
    tho bond, IHHUO. Somu would more The above) committees mot In the 1 hold in
    pay : a visitor to our town Friday. I II A good roads meeting was held here A good roads! meeting was
    uhrl!. sumo would tiny' less, but $10 I I is! Council room at StarUo, Florida f>n i I R. A. Weeks spent Thursday at- Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. I our town last Friday. Much interest

    the average. Now while the farm ,' the 2nd. day of May A. i). 1921, asa trrditig' to( bu.itiess in Starke. I AH the stores were closed] and a large was manifested. The principal speakers -

    owner was I'lvhilhi... S10 the railroads joint committee to consld tho mnt- Little Iris Brown who has been rm crowd was present. Interesting talks were E. S. Matthews D. E. Knight

    traversing Un county would ,, ter of deciding upon a lino fur the the sick list for the past,few days Is : oil) the "Need of Good Roads in Brad. and Mr. Inman of Starke. have lately acquired,from Mr, CM

    pay ten Ihouaaiid, und the large land'!' i\Kton! of Bradford county and the I much improved at this writing. I ford County" were made by E. S. I Cleveland Sullivan, of Thcrossn, L. Massey the right to make the cekbni-

    owners und citizens of the incorporated creation of a new connlv.K. I J. E. Clemons was in .here Friday. Matthews, A. Z. Adkins' and G. M. was the guest of his mother Mrs. ed A. P. H. Cigar. A. P. II. tanilt
    towns would pay their thousands. 1 S. Matthews wns elected chair- L. R. Gainey has been very busy I Inman, of Starke. Others attending Josephine Sullivan Friday.J. "A PURE HAVANA"The

    It is a fact t. shows I by the\ taxbooks! ,)i rniui and Louis II. Hill was electMsecretary. j for the past week shipping squashes this meeting from Starke were Mrs. H. Saxon is having his bungalow belt of tobacco will be u odllieir ia

    that the railroads, 'Jhe citizens of the i und cucumbers. I F.. S. Matthews and daughter Jeannette on the corner of Main and Church nufacture, and they will be M

    r incorporated towns and the lnr
    owners pay cnmiidernbly\ more than was agreed that Bradford county t i here for the past year with \ Mrs. L. A. Davis W. J. Epperson ,, Hampton school is progressing of thi. brand, which made Statinfamoua.
    one-hnlf of the taxes of the county. ( hall be divided and that the dividing nicely under the able management! of
    "f\; I ; the Weeks-Ritch Co., Is moving his Mrs. DcWitt C, Jones and children : : .
    \ With this fact-In mind it certainly is line shall bo the bed of New River, ( Prof. W. O. Duval.
    will
    '1 I family to Cyril where they reside I and N. T. Ritch.E. I will belting making the A. P. H. in of
    the of wisdom and good from the Baker county line to thaI The W. M. U. of the church
    part / Baptist
    secured J
    I 1: Mr. Johnson having aI B. Edge, of Atlanta Ga., Is in j factory in Starke in a few day and cu
    .w judgment for the farm bURlneR"1 I Alnchua county line; and that the new I position at that place. town for a few days attending to bus\ held their monthly meeting at the supply the trade. Send in your ordir

    ? must reap large benefits I count to be formed of that pint of I I Prof. A. B. Shaw spent the weekend iness. I home of Mrs W. E Allgood yester .
    of road to vote Bradford west of the bed "'
    scheme improvement
    i county lying day.
    in Gainesville.
    The many frlends of P. A. Crosby early.C.
    4; for bonds und ..let the good work fro I of the said New River shall have a I Mrs. J. G. Kelly and little daughter who has been sick for some time, are C. STARLING
    I forward. credit upon Ih prorata share of the who have been HIGHLAND
    of Gainesville
    glad to learn he Is able to be out once
    During the punt few years we have county indebtedness In the sum ofII.onOoo visiting here, returned home Friday. I more. I FAVOR BONDING FOR HARD-(

    .i, lost many good citizens from both the $ :! in !lieu of its share of all I Thelma Thomas spent the weekend John Willis, of San Antonio Texas, Highland, Oct. 14.-Mrs. Henry SURFACED ROADS)

    towns and the county ana others are county J property, including! the courthouse with her parents at Cooter Pond. is here on a visit with relatives. Bennett of Jacksonville, visited relit I _

    l going if we do not do something to and jail; it being understood i A. J. So well has been on the sick Miss Eunice Hazen the primary I I
    I \ about) era of life and progress and agreed that the said sum of $13- -
    bring an list but is much improved. teacher of our school is sick at thin
    l \ here. Every few days we hear 000( Includes one-half tlf the original Those who are attending school here writing. During her absence Rosa ; l

    p I of'Home good citizens who has decided cost of the couithouse and jail and this year from other places! are, Willie Surrency will substitute her. I GENERAL INSURANCE

    , ;to move to'South Florida, where one-half of the amount agreed\ upon Mae Oliver, of Pine Hill, Fay and Rufus Hodge of New River was

    conditions of living are more pleasant by the committee as the cost of tho Harley] Andreu, of Bradford, Myra in town Tuesday morning.B. I HAROLD C. WALL

    and the chances of moneymaking fixtures and furniture of said courthouse "Weeks Everett Gainey Wilma Shaw, F. Ilazen spent Tuesday attending

    'l i I are greater, because that section and jail. N. G. Hayes Ruby Edwards, Wilma to business!' in Starke. STARKE FLORIDA

    , I, is improving! and developing, rapidly. It was further agreed that where and Frank Surrency of Bradford. Claude Crosby and G. W. Hazen I

    4e If BomrU,11111oIs not done to stem this I Bradford county holds the title to any Lester: Shaw, of Plant City, is hereon spent Tuesday at the county seat. FiRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

    !t' 1 I tide of removals from our county we real estate within the'territory of the a visit with relatives. Eldon Baxter was in Hampton Sun. I

    will presently: 1 be paving' a higher! rate I new county whether said title shall | B. B. Colson spent Saturday in La.I .

    J {{>f taxes than would( be entailed by the be absolute or reversionary, the title I! Crosse.

    building lI ;,......,aIM, and we want to said property shall in the act creating Ruby Edwards, of Bradford and

    ; have the roadli1-ithl.'r. The county mild new county be vested in the I Willie Mae Oliver, of Pine Hill, who

    .a /government n!Itt lee kept up and It new county are attending school here, spent the Come to C Central Florida's Busiest Stores

    31 costs about the ; m"amount of mon It was also agreed that J. E. Futchof week-end with their parents. I

    ( ey whether thor is few or many of Starke and Joe Hill Williams, ol" I Th. I'terarv l sncietv of the Brooker hop
    r f us to pay the bill. With one-half of Lake Butler, were designated at at, school is progressing nicely. Theo I If your local merchant doe not carry your wants come here. Many women in your community

    i our people gone; carrying with them torneys to draft the bill creating the' I| society hold its regular meeting everyFriday I here. Our aim ia i to at all time. i II render geed service, maintain a high quality of good and sell at smallest G

    \! and allowingtheir new county.The prices po o ible.. Our stocks are equal in .'.. of any store in the state with the exception of one
    ,. their personal property afternoon at throe o'clock. I
    farms to run down and depreciate various members of the \ -I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, El- .

    in value, those of us who remain mitttees from the eastern and| velt'rn, don, Walter and Edna Baxter, attended 1

    will find ourselves' paying a ends of liuulfonl county hereby the social at Mrs. Colsons of Pine .1

    much larger tux than the people are pledge themselves to use what info Hill, Friday night ;i< ualifc / lI l--

    ; paying in counties where they have vnce they may have with the countycommissioners S. V. Andreu and 1 Dr. Collar were $ .
    .
    good road. of Bradford county visitors to ZIT< last week I SerJicJJAll

    I Tho Telegraph believes that the rejection and the new county to see that they Wallace frew of Bradford was GAINeSVILLE.FLORIDA

    r : of the bond issue to ve voted carry out the 1 provisions of this. agree in town Friday afternoon.

    : on next Tuesday would be absolutely ment. Mr. Harrvll, of Bradford. was hero
    suicidal to our county. It would meanthttt 'jln witness whereof, the said members last week. _
    , I l' Paid Us On mail Orders
    Postage Charges By ,
    \ \':' \val', to have no coming in 4-t of the said committees have' Rev. )Wj Gods. of 7ift. was here Sat- *

    I I"I'. new settlers, but I the loss of many of hereunto affixed their hands! and seals urday morning. u, .

    those we already have; no coming, III'' the day and year above written. !Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu unit
    An exclusive Mail\ Ord er!: Department in charge of an experienced ,.shorper--
    rpj, of new capital;; development; nov The bill as enacted creating Union I Mrs. Mary Moore and little granddaughter 11

    ,.; Pfoll"reAII-jullt the same old stagnation county was then read by county attorney of Bradford, were here Sat Let 1 her shop for you--.Just write

    and die-back. E. M. Johns. '-' urday morning. ". ,

    I I' I,N), Let us turn our faces from any The commissioners then discussed John Shaw, of Cooler Pond was in -

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    irntliAY. OCTOBER 14. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAHKE ri.OIUDA PACK FItP I.

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    =--- -- -I 1 of her father and mother-in-law Mr. 'r school grounds. Leave bids with 1 C. last week. i' stationed at Paris Island S. C., is yltl-r s

    1 and Mrs. C. O. Cooper. While there I IS. Matthews at Bank of Starke. Mrs. Punch Browning left the first ',icing! his mother this week.

    j Mrs.\ Cooper assisted In a revival 10-7-21. of the week for Johnstown, where 1

    Bits of LocalInformation lij I meeting as pianist, and also taught a she will spend the next few weeks 1 were Mrs.visitor.W. C.to Whitten Lake Butler and children '

    i! B. Y. P. U. study course using! the H. l UAlFOni honey Drlggers, of lake Itutler, recently-
    --
    iT Y. P. U. Manual. As a result of the was a business visitor hero Monday:
    Kaiford, Oct. 14.--J. 1. Moody of
    kp1 study course, fourteen received diplo morning. '
    i Manning., spent Wednesday night with
    i iI mas.
    Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mizelle
    p1 and lit-
    T ___ his family here.
    .T..eq/. l..t.. ..M.I ..i t, tle son, Billy Jack rENT-A-WORJ)
    uprllt InStrrkt'
    .. .. ._ Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville Moml'iy
    1 M W c. r. The city scavenger J. A. Morgan, Loughman ,
    guests of Capt. and Mrs. O.
    I visitors here Wednesday -
    is circulating a petition to have the were J. Oriffln.Mr. ,

    .. w:.,.. -.-._.+._. city council raise his salary to $100 and Mrs. W II Andrews spent I
    month. His predecessor had $120 Little Thomas Ilamiley, who has N II I le
    per
    Randolph school will start up again by way of Starke. | Monday in Starke. FOR SALE-One fine Jersey cow A 1
    and Mr. Morgan had $105 until recently been visiting his grandparents, Mr. I
    R. B.
    Monday we understand. -- Roberts, of Worthington was bargain if taken at once. Mrs 11. iH.
    Rub-MyTUm kill Infection. when his salary was loweredto and Mrs. T. B. Handley for several u buUnensIsitor here u-
    Monday.
    . $!l0. He is the most faithful and days returned to his home In Tyler Sander, Sampson City ]Fla 1 f
    1lrs.V.
    --- - -- I. Roberts and little
    Kub-My-Tiom' cures ores. I son, 10-14-4t"
    | Col. C. L. Peck went to Lawtey last efficient man that has ever held the Wednesday Bob, left Monday afternoon for

    Mrs. J. C. KoliinBuii spent Wednesday week and spoke to the Woman's Club position, and this is so well recognized j' Frank Handlcy of Tyler, 'was a vis- Worthington where they will visit IIf..w __ I

    ; and Thursday in Jacksonville j! on the subject of good roads. for Bradford till his petition is not only 'hPt't'-' I I IItor{ here Wednesday days with her sister Mrs R. B. Only One "IIKOA1O\ QUININE" !"

    --- county. fully signed when presented, but several | Enunery Cribbs was a visitor to Roberts. I To Art tlip ..-rmlur.oil fur lull ...n..., LA'" 4.IIX \

    \V. M. Thomas has already new syrup of the heaviest taxpayers offeredto Starke Saturday. Levy Alvarez of the U. S. Marines, fI, W HKOMo, I.KoMt. ( UCIMMC......rr.I fold I.o.k In Our'o..IIIIIU'Huy. h .|of MiHU'll
    on hand and it sells quickly. :I Mrs. Elizabeth J. Lane reached here sign it before it was started. Mr. j J I, Prof. Thornquist spent last weekend mitt h.,.c1. .hr. mid workoff "vld. :

    last Saturday from Kewbern N. C., Morgan must keep a mule and wagon in Starke visiting relatives

    A. A.: Durden;; and Walter Griffin of and will spend\ the winter with her son at his own expense and works un.allingly. !I I Messrs. II. 1'. and Francis I'. Coffin i

    Hampton were in Starke Tuesday.J. Prof. ]11. B. Lane. j ('.. His friends. are assured l and families of Johnstown attended jroocjcsiDQnHaoQE aacHiraotiKaiBHoffman's rJC1t9tCDCtrJCIflStOiCIDlACiDICGrott'ii IDmIDt4miUCJt I
    I
    that the council at its next meetingwill the show at the state farm '

    J. Truby has returned from a I State Attorney A. S. Crews and reconsider their action and pay a '1'Saturday night. I l J

    visit with relatives in Emlenton Pa. Col. A. Z. Adkins spent Monday and faithful city servant living/ : wage I j I I Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Howling and II

    Tuesday in JIacclenny attending circuit 'daughter Miss Clarice, of Lake ButI I

    6Gb cures Biliousness.Dr. court. The many friends. of II. D. Matt I I ler, were visiting here Saturday. Millinery \

    L. will be glad to learn that he is again I| Mr. and ]Mrs. II. W. Rniford were :
    Haynes Is spending theweek able to be about. Mr. Mutt had for
    Arthur Williams is repairing and ,; visitors to Lake Butler last week.
    in Atlanta with relatives. remodeling the building, south of hisrthidcnre some time a patient at the home of Miss Adine Watson spent last weekend > '.

    -- -- and will thus have more I Mrs. Lucia Alvarez where he underwent In Starke visiting her mother. invites i t u 1
    John Powell is now a staff member'of you to visit their >
    looms added. to his rooming business, a serious operation. His life Among those who attended the
    the Bradford County Abstract Co. I which is taxed to rapacity. was a tone time despaired of, but by how at the state farm Saturday i,

    skillful medical attention and careful night were Mr. and ]Mrs. Rarnard j
    I/iuis H. Hill, real estate and Insur- ;I t tI
    ance man of Lawtey had business in 666 Cures a Cold quickly. nursing he is now on the road to perfect Andrews Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Andrews 11'

    Starke Monday.A. health. Misses, Berta and Vonnie Cribb NEW FALL OPENING i
    Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin had as recent BAPTISTThe Messrs., Shepard Moore and Earl se'II

    I visitors, Mr. and Mrs A. T. Ml- Whitten.W. II II.I I

    A. Uazen real estate man and relic: of Rylander, and Mrs Alva Abernathy local Baptist church has been I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, was .I'

    farmer of Brooker was in Starke on and son, Eugene, of Jacksonville :. fortunate in having the services of a visitor here during last week-end. Beginning October 19th 1921 1 I
    Monday. Dr. J. 3. Bullen :
    us noting pastor during Tom Chastaln of LAke Butler! was :
    -- the past few weeks and an effortis
    visitor here
    last
    a during week.
    S. T. Dowline formerly of Raiford I Mrs. A. Price, of Kingston Pa., arrived I being made to have him remain Mr. and Mrs. n0-. Raiford and c

    now of Lake Butler was in town Saturday to spend the winter : with them as pastor. Many expressions Miss Snow were visitors to the state w

    Monday. here. Mrs. Price is one of our regular from those who are not members prison farm Sunday afternoon. ;1

    666 cures Chills and Fever. winter ,visitors and her friends l of the church encourage them in Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts, of We suggest that you schedule iJ
    here are glad to nee her return their efforts to secure a capable man. Worthington Springs were visitors

    Mrs. N. B. Hull returned Tuesday Dr. sullen will be present next here Sunday afternoon. I visit to this store at the time
    a
    has sent off
    J. M. Truby already Sunday and the public is cordially Invited !
    Miss\ Lees Cason, of Ja'k..onvillr.was ,
    from a lengthy; visit with her motherin ;
    two carloads of cane. They to join in at 11 ,I
    sugar worship n. m.
    her mid Mr .
    L. I.Don't visiting parents Mr. "*
    Hempstead,
    went to New York. It seems that the and 7:30: p. m. The members of the beginning October 19th, and :
    ______i -" P. C. Casnn, during last week.
    Northerners are becoming acquainted church and the goodly number who
    Miss Bertha Mae Hobhs of Macon
    overlook the Tractor Demonstration ,
    with yet another Florida dainty. worship with us, are urged to observethe line of children's
    to bo held at Lecton Mor On., is visiting relatives here thiswe'Ie. see our complete
    change in the hour of service in'j' ,
    gan's\ farm next Wednesday. Our naval stores men are busy shipping the 71:?0 instead .
    evening : of 8:00. Et
    tl
    Mr. and Mrs. Levlton Mr. and Mrn.Felnberg misses an d. pat- E,
    spirits and rosin. New empty The subject of the ,
    morning
    serlnn'twill
    Ammon and C. W. of
    Mrs A. A. Mrs Starke were visitors to
    barrels arrive dully, to be filled with be "What Jesus Did Do." This J
    Walker Waycross, Ga., are visit the state farm Sunday afternoon.Mrs. hats also untrimmed and :1
    und the business is
    their products Orion will be in contrast to the speculative tern -:
    Griffin. .
    ing their brother O. J. Alvarez find son, Levy were
    prospering.: of the
    theory well-known hook
    visitors to Starke dltl'lnI&lIlt/: week.
    Mrs. M. E. Edwards! of Gainesville "What Would Jesus Do?" That is n Miss Warren of Starke was a vis suit hals.Cash .
    Cooper & Snellgrove are busy making guess; nothing: more. Dr. Mullen will
    the of itor here
    spent Saturday as guest Sunday afternoon. :
    the demijohns of water
    crates for discuss facts,
    Scriptural This
    her daughter Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. j I weneed tem Sapp and son, Felix of Wil-
    j Water Co.
    that the Hcilbronn are to know. ,
    I IMon, were visitors here Sunday.S. c c"lJIllt'lOlc.nnrnmmCICalaKJC
    Mrs. Alvin McKinney: pf Louise I shipping out In large numbers. This The evening sermon will be a continuation .
    is now doing a large business 1 A..Bryan; was a visitor to Stance : > >Clwmmmt.lmOI.'IcrClmmmmmmmmommmmmmmrnmmUJCIfIIf'IOI'J; (
    of the
    has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. J. company subject of lust Sunday -

    Griffin. I and I__has proven a success. !| eveninir! the fifteenth chapter ofLuke. -

    [ A traveling man remarked atthe -
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    David Kite \is supplying the market:
    GBG cures Malnrlal Fever. i close of the service lost !Sunday'
    with pumpkins. He has gathered\ \ I I .
    | evening that ha felt like coming: from,
    Mr. Thornquest principal of the pumpkins of great size from his last ll' I whatever part of tilt state he mlrhr

    Raiford school spent the week-end on Lafayette street. The vines are""bt' > in next Sunday, in order to hour\ thn u

    here with his family. on the edge of a bay, where the soil I completion) of the sermon. Should, I

    is rich and moist. you hin\ town you ore Invited to
    A carload of Ford cars arrived on hear it. The Department Store ;
    .
    Fever.A. .
    J. '. Andrews Jr. r liilioua' C.
    Tuesday for \\ owner W. ALDERMAN.

    I of the Ford Gaa .___ j
    :: I Swanbom of Saxton, paid n
    __ NOTICE;
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    Miss Adine Watson, who Is tenchInof pleasant call at our oITice Thursday.. !
    I
    CUTNow PRICE SALE
    I Mrs. Swanbom, who has suffered from
    :\ in Raiford, spent the week-end There will be a working of Evergreen -
    of typhoid fever in now,,
    long spell
    with her mother Mrs. J. C. Crosby. I a remctery October 20lh. Let
    I her many friends, will be glad to learn, all interested
    1 to
    K. S. Gainey of LaCrosse an old 1 I recovering. all day Cleaning come up\prepared is badly m>c stay d..d.l going on. A few of Our Special Bargains will

    friend of the Telegraph, paid our of. I have .. I
    Friends an-
    flee a pleasant visit Monday. MILLER be found listed below.
    nounce of the marriage of Miss Laoregent !

    Dozier to Mr. Charles Cligord
    Rub-My-Tism kills pain.J. ? Miller, Oct. 14.-Mr. and Mrs. M.
    Tatum, on Saturday the 10th of September
    Rl'pvl's.Df Gainesville! visited Mr. and

    M. Conner a well known 1921 Jacksonville. Mr. Ta Mrs. D. L. Clyatt last week.N. 3.r! c GinKhums, Sale Price _____ ____ __ ___..___ _____ ,1f
    his
    of the Raiford section, paid our office tum formerly lived here and H. Stokes made a business trip 2r!>c Stripes ami Colors 10 yd. bundles! ______________ .!.W25c
    their congratulations.Early
    offer
    a pleasant visit Saturday. friends to Providence Friday afternoon.Mr. Yellow Homespun, 10 yd. bundles/! ______________ .!'S2Rc "

    and Mrs. J. S. Brown visited Outing Flannels 10 yds. ______________________ ..OK7.r
    Let me make your winter dresses i Monday morning some anxious datives: at Providence Sunday. I c Serge, Blue Green and Brawn, Sale Price; yd. ,4.'J:
    Masons hastened to their hall, tosee ---- f
    beautiful with hand embroidery. See
    I hurt the T. II. Rimes was a business visitor $2.00 lilue. Green, Black and Navy Sale (Price; _______ .R:; .
    write call. Mrs. E. C. Warren if anything had been by
    or the to Gainesville Wednesday 25c! Striped Percales, 50 in. wide at _________u_____ .1.18Ifje
    Route A Fla. It fire which had been in adjoining
    Starke ,
    building. Nothing had been damaged Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks of Percales all colors, dark and light ______________ .07

    C. C. Starling: is busy "putting: his, but the gout was nearly suffocated community Providence visited relatives in this MEN'S SUITS

    house in order" after the fire. lIe has from smoke. Murray Thomas Sunday. $35 and $40 Flannels and Series and Stripes up from_HI.no!) ( ,

    ordered new material and will make was in Jacksonville $30 Men's Serge Suits Sale Price .. __ .______________17.95

    cigars again In a few days Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism. Friday Earle and Saturday on business, $20 Men's!, Wool Serge Suits, Sale Price _________-__l.rl.r! !) .
    Pc-eples of
    -- Gainesville spent $15 'BoYfl' Blue Sew, Sale Price .. - -__________ __u 8.49!
    666 Cures Dengue Ferer., 51320t. W. E. Wainwright: was in Starke Saturday. E. Brown night with made his a parerts.B. business! All Colors, Sizes and Prices./ III'')
    trip
    the latter part of last week, taking
    to Lake Butler recently. LADIES COAT SUITS
    returnedto j
    Miss Thelma Hoffman has transcripts from the county judge's

    her home in Jacksonville after a records for Union county. Mr. Wainwright to II. S. Mjller was a business visitor ,!,' $35 Suit, Brown, Blue and Green __________________22.50

    visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. now lives in Lake Butler having Gainesville Monday. $25! Suits, Good value. Sale Price ___ _______________18.50! '<

    L. Wall. bought a productive 30-acre farm Supt. MTzelle, of Lake Butler, was $15.00 Suits reduced) Sale Price -u__________ !J.50 ,"
    here
    I near that city. on business Friday.J. I-adies Coats Sale Price -_________----_______--_ 4.JI5
    Friday evening' the Raiford school S. Brown made a business trip $2.50 Ladies' House Dresses I. Sale Price _____.,______ .!IR .

    will give an entertainment of read Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Luzone, owners to Starke Tuesday. $1.50 House Dresses Sale Price _________._________ 2.43

    ings, music and a debate on the subject and managers of the Williams Roland Bradford.J. Thomas. Is visiting relativesat $2.50 Muslin and Flannel Gowns, Side Price ________ .!l8 .-

    "Prohibition is Right." Stock Co., and Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" F. William. made a business trip $1.50 Underskirts, Sale Price _______u____________ .GO .{ t,

    See the Fordson Tractor at work Harvey members of the company to Lake Butler Saturday ': $12.00 Ladies' Skirts, Serge, Silk, up from __________ 2.95
    at home for the winter after avery
    next Wednesday, Oct. 19th at the are successful season. We are always Truby Parrlsh, who has ,been working $7.50 and $10.00] ( Georgette! and Tricolette Waists, up_ 2.4:) "

    farm of Leeton Morgan's. at Plant City has returned homo All the Latest Full Hats
    -- glad to have them with us. to attend school.! Style just arrived at Cut Price Sale "

    H. P. Gainey and A. A. Hazen, of Miss Johnnie Rimes who Is teaching "
    who has
    lately
    Josef Mureshau, arrived
    Brooker are shipping squashes and Czechoslovakia at Swift Creek spent the weekend I
    in Starke from ,
    cucumbers to.the northern markets with her parents I
    found employment with the Consum i
    -- -- Lumber Co. as a cabinet maker. \v T The Cash Department Store 'j]
    The Quinine 7it:: Dot Mot Affect T> fled* ers .. BIDS r7'I I

    \\'iw"ftR of MI.\e tonic nd lent!v. 'i.1 t,.i XA- He is an excellent workman arid bus -
    :
    QUININE (Tab its> : es tukrn marie articles! of cypress wood that 'h
    4>v auyim 'vKhnuc crtuniliil nrrvouiinrM or rniiiK The trustees of Starke High School!
    Sam
    '- /.. an. K.W.:: <;novt Salinaiuieon t., '1i/I. can hardly he told from mahogany, will receive sealed bids for 25 cord Rosenberg, Prop. Starke, Fla.

    and they are put together in an artistic of 2 foot green pine wood until Sot

    Catarrh Can Re Cured manner. urday October 16th, at noon. Woodto .
    Catarrh 1 I. a local ! ", by constitution condition I Mrs. O. G. Cooper returned last stacked on the t

    merit therefore HALiya requires i.'AT.Mtltll cO"ililutlunIr"a'MU.DICIM\ week from three weeks visit In Dublin iSo \ ..rm. in a nvuiiliy Child;:; I We Are For 'i 1
    Good
    I I" token Internally Iwo, acts threulthe Fighting Roads"I'
    HI- ".1 I u" I I.; .la, (Biirfa; ,' Ga., where she was the guest of children, IrmiU-.' l wltn \'IotII. tinvn tn ? I
    ''m T A H It I tummy u>wt.S.dl ? ..niiuiiw hk.l l ( ,
    Svnl.'m. HAII.'r I C A her uncle W E.; Wlndham, and also vwt i sad ni w
    MKDIC1NK\ rion'niya Iho foundation n 'ulij tUrrr! -.' i..it,,_.. ', " .
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    the ..1...futA Rites (ft" nitl/ iit ptreriKtli nvImprovlni ..NOVr\ ;,\j', (>:3* i .."Y,; ;i''r< <:"' ilrr- i >o
    the ".'1" i">l ".,..lIh and akmufratur Cold; Cause Urip ana Influenza t"'}'L r.:' ' J-.i--"f"l '
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    Porte 1'\\0 IIRAIIFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA
    ., .-. --- - FIUIJAOCTOBER 1/. 1921
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    I attended the barbecue at Lake Butler Cheater E. Cad>, I I Certificate No. 119 embraeea Lot

    1:11: WHY I VOTE FOR BONDS r 4 one .1 Saturday. It ai>i..arlnK by affidavit.Defendant.. inilrd 1 to the taut.Town aaaeaKd of New (r.I7i': W.See:1.';"'-:.. e, ,,. 11

    4 | Ellery Thomas of Brooker spent ter bill E.filed Cadx.in the Uw alK defendant>v laU>d therein raux. that named.Cnra-ill I Blk Certificate 14. In New No River.101 embraeea Lol .t
    See
    Sunday here with homefolks.We a non-n-aidrnt of the ...t. of florida, and to Eaut aweaiied Unknown. 14, To. *
    ----- h* a a nnldtnt of the town of Harlem in tbraiau
    r, are sorry to report the illnessof of Wrmant. and fa owr the ... of .Unleee: mall certlflcatea t atiail ne ....
    1. I for bonds
    vote befiumour
    it leap ahead thirty years at one bound. twmty-ona rem' : It la thvrefotv. ordered that according to law, tax deed will i,. *
    I ''t county will not progress without "oodroadK. The farmer will borrow money from D. D. Thomas.Mr. aid n..n..d low and Mrs J. JLewiR spent .to apptar, ta the bill of complaint Wltneaa fnr,,;::'brIAI'Dam'I.: : at "It
    I:I the government at interest to enlarge died in .Id ant on or brfur Monday, the llth day of .
    2. Because good ror.ds, will induce and improve his farm. By Saturday at LaCrosse attending to 14th day of Novrmbrr. A. D. JH21. othirwiae O. W. ALDER"
    the allocation,. of aid bill will I... taken aaconfcaatd ((80..1) Clerk C r
    i geUlers for our idle lands] make our bonds the county borrow money at business. by aa d defendant. By C. A. KM, '?.
    farms more valuable give our farmers 'i low rate for long term of year for Miss Liza Polk] of Bell, is here on a It la further ordered that this crj.-r W nub. JO-14-fSt-ll-n. I>e| .,i .,t
    lied once a week for four conMCulite week.
    easy access to market their products public improvement The next generation J visit with her brother, Dan Polk. in the Bradford County Teleyraph, a newtitaper MASTER'S BALE -
    I with autos teams and trucks and will pay the ]larger amount Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kelly and children -i pubUiihed. In aid county. and .1..... Notice la hereby itiven that und u
    Thl. October' 11. 1021.U. pumuanc of a certain final .
    make farming profitable. I! of the debt of bonds.. The Individualcost Mr. and Mm.( J. W. Lewis and W. ALI>Elt""N. rendered on the lOin day of decree Septcnt, r .Jj/
    3. HecauHC good roads will save to present generation will be (children Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Prevatt (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. the D. 1921, In and by the HonnraUU5
    By c. 'A. KNIGHT. Circuit Court. In and for Bradf,
    enough in wear and tear in teams comparatively small. But the Incomein and children, Mrs. S. E. Thigpen, Mr. E. M. JOHNS. Deputy Clerk. t,.. Flor da. In chancery, (In that aorta ttat'?;.

    wagons buggies, autos and trucks to population and in values of farms and Mrs. L. R. Lewis and daughter .Solicitor. -for Complainant.-'- .-19.14.bti1I1y. a therein. municipal pcndinahtrein. corporation la the complain.loi\n ,
    pay their owners ten times more annually and lands and the prosperity "fnevita- Iner., Ky Mills and children. T. II. DEED 1 two Tlaon and Laura Tuna nia w,,'.. kn4 abj
    I NOTICE OF APPIICATIOV TAX: Sallie Than, widow of Wm. Tiaon. ,. .
    than the extra annual tax for My brought about by good roads as Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas UNDER SECTION; 175 OP THE and the aule heir of the eatate of V)m T.M.
    "
    good roads. The Raring In gasoline demonstrated in other parts of our Mrs. S. L. Prescott and daughter: GENERAL STATUTES deceaaed art cI.ad.nta.I. ,
    Hereby notice I. irlvtn that C. A. Smith. A. Z. Adk na, aa apeclat .....,.
    ,; and oil and repairs alone on autos and state, will decrease individual taxes, Avy Messrs. Hugh Crosby and Ray purchaser of tax .. cert ficatet\ numberedrvepeetlvely offer for ... at public outcry and lib||
    Three VIRGINIA 9e. 100. 11* and fl hued by the hivheat bidder ... u
    for .b
    trucks will rather than increase before the ,
    save owners times his taxes because Andreu of Brooker at '
    many
    I were guests the. tax collector for Bradford County Mo- houae door in Starke. Bradford coun, uru
    more than the tax annually for good there will be so many more Friendly BURLEY the home of J. B. Thomas Sunday.Mr. Ida. raid certificate Of! and inn being dated Ida. on Monday, the 1th day of Nt I.nice w,
    Gentlemen TURKISH I June 1. A. D. 1897 aid certificate 11* be. A. D. ID21 during the .keel) houn oi
    r roads.' The time saved alone will off.Net .I, people and valuable] improvements to and Mrs. L. W. Sowell of Ala- Inv dated July 1. A. I). lull and earl, eert the tax. The'exatlon and wpar distribute the tax among. The mil- Th.pnf'ed blend (the three rate 91 bins dated July 7. A. IX 190Z. has The Weat thlrty-aix feet and eight .ucba
    church
    o (rhua attended at Dedan Sun-
    filed the said certificates In my office and haa of Iota Floe ((6) and Seven U1) of u .
    and tear caused by bad roads on the lage will gradually grow less Instead perfect cigarette tobacco day. made application. for tax deed to lave in accordance . tnUt-n (nil orlBinal town of Starl, n.
    human will with law The old rertiflratea ... In Sect:on 28. Townahlp 6. 8. R. 22 fA"
    being Bad of
    cease. roadscost higher in one perfect cigarette Truman Thomas made a business upectively' embrace. the. following landu (InBradford A. Z. ADEI:.:
    more than Rood roads They :j 11. Why should you, the grown voter trip to Brooker Tuesday county. Florida. .......-.. nt tile date A. 8. CREWS Special Men,,.
    of the iiauance of such certificate In the Solicitor for Complainant.Opt'mlstlc l' .
    I make us old before we are half thru I}I I of today, deny not only yourself oneelevenCigarettes namea rvapeetively hereinafter. particularly, ia
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    life. j. the happiness in this life of good I ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn act forth to-witl y
    I I Circuit( Court. 8t.t. of Florida Eighth CrrttflrMe No. 96 embrace tola 2. 4. S. I IB
    4. Good roads l will bring about aconcentration roads but deny it to your children? Judicial Circuit. Bradford Count. In Chan- and 10 Bile 14 In Town of New River Un.kno..n. |
    \ of Bchools, with better Instead of saving few miserable cery. i Thought.It
    . a *l..ra B. Cadjr, Certificate No. 100 embrace. all of Rlk ZS cotta nvif In revenue lajoriari
    'i educational advantages for our children dollars by voting against bond you Complainant. I except Lota 1 and 7 in Town of New River .' '.haD It '!i'. tit 1 lii'.ir tnuiu.
    bring all of 2Qforl5 I e aaiteMaed Unknown.
    parts our coontyeollrr handicap not only yourself but your _
    together in social] relations, and family and your fellow citizens, and

    render life pleasant] and happy for all. in the ]long run lose one hundred or .._ .. .. ....'. .
    h r 5. Good roads will make farm life more dollars where you save one. Why z7=:....

    profitable attractive and cheerful and not help make life worth living while jI ,111" F.J..f.....AV....L.
    keep our boys and girls at home; you live?
    cause them to take pride In beautify
    12. The
    reason only one hard road
    ing the home, instead of wanting to is provided for in the bill through I of Miss Eunice McKinney Friday. A

    leave the home and country and po: Hampton. Starke and Lawtey Ic simply large crowd attended.

    where active life is already established because this is the only road in Mrs. P. B. Crews and Avy Renfroeare FORDSON

    by Rood: roads. the county we could get recognizedas I numbered on the sick list this

    . 6. Because the entire bond issue a state-aid road. It was impassible week.

    of $5.10,000 will be put in circulation] to get any other road in the coun- Hill Adams of Starfce was in this

    , I'I in wage: largely to our own people, ty adopted as a state-aid road by the I section ]last week.

    who will do the labor at fair prices state road commission because It is Rev. Smyrer, of Gainesville filled

    t to construct food roads. And this Is. the only line naturally and economically his regular appointment here Sunday.An ---

    I ; needed by. our people at this time. I connecting the main artery state interesting sermon was preached.

    1. rtwaiittn n'_ .TtrnHfni/_'m_____ runty___n... "_._.n...- I ....SJ- "."m'.."D.. V'I.. .:.." UUII... .L. ur__ .LO._ .ve. canIItructt'd. -O._._._.-*-.*.. .-,-lllnnl..--. -at- T-.nn._.. very R,4doe--._".- .v.- .
    ', not, under the Inw use any of its auto We have to accept this line Sunday afternoon at 2:30.: C. F.

    ,, and truck license tax, nor its share of as a hard road or eventually forfeit Rivers superintendent. Everybody invited

    iiali-s of J,. I. fund land, nor Its share monies hereinbefore mentioned. The to come. pw I -
    of the cine mill state tax for bill Ferdwn e
    roads provides $320,000 for this road l e
    L except on hard roniln. If we build no and $230,000 for the other roads ZIFF

    hard! roods we stand to ]lose all our throughout the county. This $230,000 -
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    share of said money and let it be expended I would enable us at once to abandon Ziff, Oct. 14.-The revival] meeting

    I: in other counties. of the state wasteful patchwork and do permanent which was held at Dedan church ]last

    f where bonds arc voted for building work in grading bridging!: week was well attended every day

    such roads.. This auto and truck !license I. : draining, straightening, widening, and night.

    tax fund ban already piled up a making all boggy places good in all Misses Avy Starling, Rhoda I.oin- I

    ]large amount to the credit of our weather and using ground rock pebble ie and Alva Thomas und Mrs. S. L.

    county in the hands of the state road or clay on all heavy sand stretches. Prescott,' Altha, Opal and Lula Mae

    cnmmisHinn. And as auto and truck Then gradually, as. fast as resources Lcyls attended church at 1'edun on
    !license tax was increased largely by will
    : permit hard surface every Sunday.
    J the last legislature] this fund to our mile of roads set forth In the bill I Kev. J. W. Woods preached at the o -

    credit Is likewise increased and will throughout the county. Why cannot home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Warren 0r

    pile up more in the future than in the the entire county vote together on ''! Saturday night. o e

    past. Autos and trucks are rapidly this, and all work for this end and I'' Mr. and Mrs. Cherry Kelly and

    becoming as popular in the country have faith and confidence each district | children spent Sunday guests of the

    us in the towns and this mode of with all other districts? letter's brother, Sam Mott. Power Demonstra I

    transportation for pleasure and 13. It is already understood that I Mr. and Mrs Luke Dinwdy of LaCrosse Farming

    freight and passengers has mad good taxpayers along the line of the first spent the first part of thewt.ek -

    roads an absolute necessity for the hard road built will be assessed hiirhCT I here with the lutter'a brother,

    prosperity and happiness of our people than other portions of the county Dan Thomas. tionOCTOBER ;

    in towns and country. and will therefore pay more than olh. Messrs. Oliver and Edgar Sparks

    8. If we refuse to bond for good ers. There is absolutely no selfishness of Louise attended church at Dcdan I \ I
    road and permanent bridges. and all
    the Wednesday night.
    on of I
    part Hampton Stnrke
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    the happiness prosperity and joy of und Lawtey in this road proposition.I | Charlie Kelly was attending to business 19th 1921 I
    life these improvements will 1 spat Monday. ,
    bring know that if the other districts will at the county
    then we continue in listless Thomas attended to business -
    torpor
    join hands and vote with us and all Harley .
    and spend our annual 1 road tax in work at Lake) Butler Saturday. .
    harmoniously, we can put a net (
    patch work as we have been doing the work of hard roads within a reasonable Messrs. Hugh Butler Crosby and At 10 O'clock

    past many )'earll. Our population will time throughout the entire county Ray Andreu of Brooker were in our

    decrease more rapidly than It actually and all be satisfied and happy to- section Sunday. **
    ] has decreased the past ten years. gether. Messrs. Frank and Wallace Reynolds

    The world will simply RO by and leaveUs Henry Padgett arid Harley On Leeton Morgan's FarmOne
    14. I have !lived in this for
    county
    alone, isolated' from the marvelous] Thomas of Graham attended churchat
    strides in many years, and know its soil and
    J'rowtlIInd
    prosperity being Dedan Sunday
    made by other counties of Florida ' climate and natural advantages are Purvis Lewis and Rhoda ThomasHow's mile :North of Starke
    +, whose lands are not as good as not excelled by any county of the
    ours because sold counties state. Many ofIII do not seem to
    have good
    , roads realize have. what a splendid heritage we I Your Appetie"1When

    1 9. It may sound paradoxical], but Stomach Distresses You, Take
    it is a fact that we must incur debt 15. We appear dormant Bleeping] This Advice .
    to get out of debt Suppose Jacksonville over the great things that good roads We are going to show you how
    will Ncnuort, Kv. "About than years
    within
    had never bonded for public improvements. put our grasp. Let us ago II I ,d, htcoiiie n'l: rum1,! .IHI i j-. "'"-!lhh.
    ; Instead of now being a awake and have some vision of nil 1 had inHir, uppetitn j und sun K,, : \illi itt- the FOFfDSON will Howell
    ]large, progressive city, the pride of the satisfaction blessings happiness iliHt'sii'; i iin.i! severe li<.,,> '", ;H. *. Tho plow.
    ti' and prosperity good Toads will bringto mum hoi I 'nppenl'|) I l to lie my rlomnrti.I .
    Florida it would be
    l.'' what it was forty I ".nsa years back the lives and homes of our people, .. it will what the fuel
    lm
    1\1.1.1; II r. \ "'>'. and I ii- '. i.itl: plow consumption -
    1 10. The necessity of bonding Is because old and young.: fore 1 .i.l:, t 'a u II .11' "" ". !Jolt It.,. Ians .
    the 16. Good roads v I'M( ''* evei! iii-u !",WII.hn. I no storuluu .
    regular will
    annual make
    taxes for all
    us ( trJlu'r': : HUH*."-:Mis.! Lulu ayers+ acre will be how well it
    current expenses ]leave no fund for close neighbors. Let's all be good and u.1I; I Kim "itYc per !
    any great public improvement like neighborly,: and link together by voting I <.. din oi';,eUlv. put yo n-rlf in Alcniii'it
    good 1'0uIII.'her"uII, when we bond for bonds on the 18th inst. Here's (.".> '':. .'> .' "...'(1' Or > tree'rllold. handles kind of belt work.
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    enMi J i. .it.J t. 'i;> n in' ii :.u>rl.iui 1. every
    we get enough to construct my hand! Shake!II!
    money
    'I' luxuiiiU, !
    or j i'r MI>, pr-.I'" i

    h : and enjoy good roads at once--, and so I OLD CITIZEN. I (.-.."nruq!: iiiix.i Id .ul i In.! vlvu N: o.\ ., I. r fret-) cou- I Instead of talking about the ,



    i"' LONG-l IIRIDGB attended Linnie church Futch spent here Sunday Wednesday evening evening [ ., -. ASPIRINName FORDSON we prefer to let you see .;..

    Long Bridge Oct. 14.-Mr. and Mrs with friends.

    ti' Lacy Johns were transacting business Mrs. C. A. Johns of New River Genuine with your own eyes just what the t
    in
    Haiford Saturday. was called to the bedside of her sifter "Bayer" on
    P. I). Cicws was attending to business Mrs.
    Royal George of Starke. FORDSON WILL DO. .
    in Sampson Saturday. Tom Parnell of New River, has put I' u t
    I Lloyd Clark and II. O, Rivers were eight acres to squash.

    a visitors to Starke Saturday Mrs. W. T. Turner' left Sunday to ,I !=JI Lunch will be served. Ditchingwill

    Will Andrews of New River, was visit her daughter, Mrs. Joe Brittt in i
    in our section last week. Jacksonville. I I

    II. O. Rivers is on the sick list this Among those who attended prayer :I be shown.J. .
    l week.V. I
    .meeting at the home of Mrs. S. N.
    D. Johns and wife, of Pine Hill John Saturday night were P. B

    passed through our burg Sunday Crews R. F. 1 Renfrop Donald Adkin,,

    i. Cecil Adams, of Starke is spending Miss Mary Humble Mr. and Mrs. I*. ,.

    ,, a while here guests of relatives and S. Crews George Rivers, Gerald] Ad- Warning! Unless you see the name W. ANDREWS JR.

    :friends klns. J Moody Bud Moody Toney "Bayer" on package or on tablvte you ,
    Mrs S. N. Johns and daughter! Ruby Teston. lire not getting genuine Aspirin jiro-
    i embed by pbyaioan for twentyon.pnr Dealer
    t Mae were attending to business in Mrs N. G. Moody is on the nick list and proved sate by million. Take i
    New River Wednesday this week. \npirln only aaR i told in the Bayer paok FLORIDA
    i Annie. Mae Johns spent Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges and little ., forvlicuroatimn Colds, headache :Yeuralgia. STARKE,

    II with her grandmother Mrs S. N. dai'p-hter of th's' Earache, Toothache Lum- .
    section were visitors 'ago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of
    4 Johns. to Raiford Sunday. welve R&y r Tablet of Anpirirmt few
    W. T. Turner was transacting. Hernie Kelley, of New River passed 'eats. DrugCTiat also sell larger pack'C '!
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    4' j 'i iness In Lake Butler Saturday. through : >'*. j Aspirin r- the trade mark of ,,
    J our bur S'tndav (Mayer Mjtmifacture of MoaoooeticaoidvaUv . .
    ; -Reddish-- Andrews, of New River, A party was enjoyed at the home of tWicylioadd.! I J '" '. :" ".- .." : ., ,d. .-' 'F" . ,: . "
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    I-K1HAY. OCTOBER 14. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA __ __ PACE TIIUFK z..

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    Iof the lads had some chewing tobacco J' -

    In his school hours anj '
    pockets during
    of Florida in Short Paragraph i
    New the other reported the fact to tl'ei,
    ., , . 'ON iJRi l
    .. or srrortiv.s.v teacher. After school wjiss li'">nisse
    the lads met and a quarrel ND
    Stateew( eI1I1Ut'li.//
    Live ,,; The Gainey boy drew a .
    --J I slashed little Dugger's nock. He died
    i-- U-Tid-b-; -A"--U within a short time.jfuav .
    Our Exchanges.Orange .
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    ONE .x
    ._,._ I. "... QUALITy-
    wee' aravewa! luuiiu v eel '
    \.- t!
    county's $2,500,000 bond learned from Probation Officer Earl in an old saw-dust pile one mile southeast .

    for good roads and other imInrovements Stump that there are 17 cases await of Edison Junction and the cave

    ( has recently been vailated ing trial in which seduction or rape diggers were evidently onto their job.
    extensive are charged It was about twenty feet wide and One Size
    and road work on an against different india Package
    cale will soon begin. viduals. about thirty feet long-all walled up

    with" tin and boards with a trap-door,,
    and all completely covered with saw.
    Gov. Hardee announced Thursdayo Five little negro children were dust. In this cave was found a moonshine All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the
    that he had declined to I drowned Sunday afternoon in a pond ,
    the press still which officers and citizensmen
    special session of the legisla- near Cherry lake; in Madison county. finest tobaccos are concentrated this
    call a '
    and took of.
    women- charge CAMEL-
    in accordance with the request The children were playing in a boat
    ture The distillers were evidently doinga
    of Dade county. when the boat capsized and they all
    citizens
    of certain perished. Two smaller children were good business from the general ap Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality. .. '

    Organization of a company ties been on the bank and gave the alarm. The i H'arunce of everything. Twenty-one Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as it's "

    Completed I to take over 12,000 acres pond is said to be not much over waist bards two oil stoves quantities of possible to make a cigarette.
    i jugs, some grits and meal, all kindsof .
    lof land near Palmdale. Geologist deep to a grown person. All the bodies tools" buckets oil can and everything Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high,
    I bearing sand lies under itEat were recovered.
    oil
    believe elite n'edudven a pump was exclusive standard. You
    to exceed 2,500 feet. can always depend on the same
    a depth not I Dade county schools were ordered driven in there. Several gallons] of mellow-mild refreshing smoothness-the taste and rich
    shine found hidden in the
    Pixie county voters havo decided closed for an indefinite period by the was away flavor of choicest tobaccos-and entire freedom from ,
    dust. It out.
    saw poured
    was
    |lj a good majority that Cross City county board of education following a cigaretty j.ftertaste. *,
    lit to remain the county seat of this secret session, when the entire situa- 1
    ) tion Frank Rawlins! 26, mechanic, ,w1:! And remember this I Camels in size
    theIR .
    I county, which was created at confronting the board was carefully come one package
    | t session of the Florida legislature.Road reviewed. The refusal of Gov. !:o on trial Thursday morning In the only-20 cigarettes-just the right size to make the greatest _e- ?'
    luval circuit court for murder in the
    I Hardee to call a special session of the in production and This
    first degree the alleged killing of saving packing. saving goes ,
    building equipment and ma- I legislature to authorize- $500,000:
    Manager George II. Hlckman, of straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you
    to the value of more than bond issue for which Dade county has
    chincry I the Palace Theatre the nigth of September can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price.
    Lucic I a buyer
    ?16,000 has been shipped to St. was given as the reason for
    4 Rawlins having been indicted
    -
    [county by the state road departmentor the closing.The 8 the Here's another. We put no useless
    September by grand
    use on federal-state road work in jury and his trial set for September , frills on the Camel package. No "extra
    Plant
    [hat county.A organization City of the Courier Florida tells Strawberry of the. 12. That day however, the grand M Ik wrappers !I" Nothing just for shuu4

    carload of cattle arrived in Tallahassee Growers' Association in that jury reconvened and the trial was .1,! l Such things do not improve the smoke .
    postponed, the grand jurors meeting
    consisting of pure Mood Ay- city last week and says that more
    than
    more premiums or And
    than hundred gain, as in the meanwhile, Saturday, .r" any coupons.
    bires. This shipment represents an one persons were present September 10, Irvin Novitzky hat! '' their added cost must go onto the price tr
    and is of at the
    (outlay. of over $7,000 one meeting representing
    thirteen been arrested in connection with thease i or come out of the quality.
    [he best additions to pure bred live different communities. R. I tb
    ( as also John II. Pope, the grand
    *tock that has entered the state in a M. Anderson of Plant City made president jury on Tuesday September 13, indicting One thing, and only one, is responsible

    ,,,njr time. I the association, and plans will were get made daily by market which Rawlins and Pope jointly and c. s I for Camels great and growing popularity

    their trial being ret for September,
    The great hotel to be built at Valfparaiso reports and also be advised of the ,; -that is CAMEL QUALITY.
    19, on which day a severance was
    by Valparaiso Development conditions everywhere in the straw
    granted by the court, and Pope wentto
    I Il
    company will be increased in size. berry industry.
    trial, being convicted Saturday
    |l unload of 360 rooms there will be ertNrM F.StIC
    Novitzky still remains in the Duval ? FC
    |COO roms and instead of being two While on his way home from work
    stories will be three. II last Saturday night in Hainesville, county jail pending further investigation i

    Mr. Charlie Weaver was caught by by the grand jury.

    Among some of the things that the throat by a big negro who demanded a'i'i1iei

    ro being done' in Sumter county'j! that Mr. Weaver turn over Guilty, as charged with recommendation : ,a
    howing progress is the road now I! his week's salary to him. Mr. Weaver I of the mercy of the court, way' ,

    under construction extending north who is one of the many that are inhabit the verdict of 'the jury Raturdiv in 1

    md south across the county, which ] of carrying their knives in their I the case of John II. Pope, 30, lawyer,

    rill\ be over fifty miles of asphalt \! hands. and snapping the blades for who went to trial in the Duval circuit R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.VWn.ton-S.l.m.' N.C

    nod fifteen feet wide. i I pastime, reached up with his knife I court Monday, September 19, -- -, -- -- .. .. - r

    and cut the hands of-- his assailant., charged jointly with Frank Itawlins, -------- --
    Enoch E McDaniel a prominent ,I i whereupon the black ran. 2(5( mechanic, with the murder of Gen. \
    .\hite farmer of Leon county, was sor- : Ilickman, 44, Palace theatre manageron were considerable alarmed lest some -_. "ahltuftl .....un..I..Uon.. curedIn

    (ously, if not fatally stabbed by a neg-: I After running down and injuringC. the night of September 4. The harm had befallen her When she Old City' Pride. I "r.A X.I OS WITH 14! to PF.l'SIN":II&Hays U h.wriuny.ireiari . -1\1
    l defendant received the verdict which brought back accompanied whatis The pride of Qiielwe IN Ifs rlfitrlflnlll a ;
    o at his home near \Vood'i11It is i A, Peterson, a cripple at the corner was |' | > II carries life imprisonment, withoutthe termed by one official as a "hatfulof from which there! Is n vlv that ..
    [reported that McDaniel and the negro,: of Madison street and Florida Oumliimuon.' It relieves! promptly Ir.t:
    of Twelve of things took different no city In thug world. .. inn 'mutch' It towers should lio taken regularly for 14 to 21 clays I
    [were having a setlcment when: the avenue, Tampa, shortly after 9 o'- quiver an eyelash. jewelry on a
    almost hundred.. r feet,
    i sheer to inducereguluractiun, It SUmu'HtcnaixiKc '
    and stabbed, the cloi-k William : his peers had heard the evidence in aspect. The slender, blueeyedlighthiiirod
    negro became angry,: I Sunday night, Edgar above the St. Litureuce on CMC Hide l .ulatcH. Very I'leaaunt toTaki* UUc .i.
    [hite man with a turpentine cutter. :I Collins of Pierce was chased in his the case. They had listened also fl girl is now accredited, ttl". '

    automobile by two negroes in a, large 1 the law as presented to them by the' being the lender and main operatorof .' vision a wide niul sudden. .ruiiit" of .

    A crop valued at $1,000 waR produco :| Union Transfer" company truck until |Icourt. A week ago Saturday, the a band of boys which has been river and forest mill purlxh and tilt fur .J'.J'L..r ,

    <,d on one acre of land here in four I I j he wrecked his machine by running first testimony was adduced. In 'I' robbing. houses in Kissimmee, and purple Lttureutliins. KstaMislied" 1H8G )

    [months this summer, according to Ed I| into a railroad butting,: block at Lozano I that interval of time they had time numerous acts have been laid to her, ---- I ,
    spencer; of lakeland, county attorneyfor and Kay streets severely Injuring Ito think about the case amongst but have also been proven. Thursday von: i on BONUS ,

    ( Polk county and owner of the I I himself. Both men were takento themselves. Two hours after they of last week, the day prior to Edna's Life. N..I

    land Mcrker grass: was the crop with i the Gordon Keller hospital where had retired to the Jury room they 1 leaving, a girl was found in the MakiiiHon "Young man, there Is n- thing"worst said,
    than high life fin u low salary, ;
    which Mr. Spencer believes a record I I It was reported their injuries were not were ready with their verdict home and was in possesHlon of the wise man who Is always glvlnrf: ndvlee. 1 1886

    |was established. I serious. plunder just stolen. The man findingher "Oh I don't know." replied the
    Edna: Williams 11, daughter of Mr. did not like to make complaint young limn who knew n thing or two

    Anatole Valcourt age 27, and his The moving of fifteen high tension Viand; Mrs. Charles A. Williams of Kis- but the girl answers to the descriptionof himself, "It's no wormthan Inw lire DAVIS'I

    (wife of two years Margaret King electric light poles on Forrest streetin I
    EVnlcourt, age 22, were found dead in South Jacksonville for a distance home after Friday noon, was foundon .

    |th e bathroom of their flat, in an of four feet has been completed. The Sunday and returned from Pine CALOMEL GOO IHJTAWUFLLY f''

    apartment house at 1917 Springfield I work was done by Thomas Hallihan Castle to her home. The man who TKEACIIKKOU8 Only' Partially Informed.

    Boulevard, Jacksonville both having and not once during the moving of picked her up at that point was met "It Is from history that wo must INSURANCE

    succumbed to the fumes of gas. I the poles was the service interruptedin by Floyd Tison, chief of police, who Next Dose May Salivate, Shock Liver l am to Judge the future remarked

    [Heaths' accidental.The the least. The moving: of the poles had been notified of her detention. Or Attack Hones the serious cltlien.! : "Yes. replied the

    was made necessary by the pavingofthe Much interest had developed regarding observer; "but every day's news ,.. STARKE 1i 1itt.

    new Lee-Park street viaduct street by the city. 15,000 volts of the disappearance of the child, You know what calomel in. It Is minds us that history'Is not yet coo

    'fin Jacksonville, has been completed "juice" was carried in the feed wires and her parents and grandparentsaaaaaaaaaaaaa mercury; quicksilver. Cnlomel] is dan pieta" ,

    nd opened to traffic but the paving I moved. gerous. It crashes into sour hilt like .

    |--five blocks between the viaduct I dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. - ,.
    nnd Forest street, remains to be laid. One of the largest trucking enterprises Calomel attacks the bones and "

    This, however will be accomplished ,. of the season is that of J. R. no ong shoirld never be' put Into your sys- tt.
    fin due time and Riverside residents Davis at lona, who within the'past a a tern. ,

    ill rejoice over a new and quicker I six months has claered the land, I Indigestion g If you feel bilious headachy, constipated

    nutlet. to the city. plowed it up and put into shape for and all knocked out, just go

    this coming season's crop. Not only D Many otherwise ElD to your druggist and get a bottle of 1- :
    persons
    B. A. Chesser of Williston, met a has the ground been cleared but buildings QU2 DodHon's Liver Tone for a few cents '
    and healthy
    vigorous are
    tropic death Tuesday morning when and other improvements all bothered occasionally with which is a harmless vegetable substitute .
    Qg
    "Ms horse threw him against a tree, made within the past six months. Indigestion. The effects of a for dangerous calomel. Take a I 41.

    |breaking his neck and causing in- Seventy acre have thus been cleared disordered stomach on, Ui e Qmm ZZ spoonful and if it doesn't straightenyou

    tant death. Only the day before the and planted to trucking thirty-three EJ system are dangerous and j a I up better and quicker than nasty THE:. UNIVERSAL CAR :

    -nine horse had thrown his son, and acres of it tile drained. prompt treatment of IndicesEl! i calomel; if it doesn't start your liver

    Woken his arm, while a few days be- Q tlon Is Important. The only QP without making you sick, you just go
    ore another son had barely escaped' Last Tuesday night, an old man, by medicine I have needed hat M back and get: your money. New Prices '
    frious injuries from the same source. the name of Ray who lived in an old been something to aid dices-" *Q J Don't take calomel! It makes you :.,
    Q tlon and clean the liver
    shack on the river bank at Caryville, writes Mr. Fred Abby, a M sick the next day; it loses' you a day's
    Following the exclusive article and who had lived the life of a recluse a McKinney Texas, farmer. work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens F. O. B. DETROIT I i

    published in last week's Tampa elt- for a number of years was killed and D "My medicine I.a' D you right up and you feel ,great.. J'

    jlzen, referring to the increased crimes the shack burned to cover the crime. aa No salts necessary. Give it to the Chassis $295 f !

    nd the phenomenal number of re- lie had been drinking heavily duringthe Thedford's nBUCKDRAUGHT children because it i is perfectly harmless

    ent crimes against women and girls day, it is reported and was displaying and cannot lIalivate.-Adv--65 Runabout $325 i ;

    pn Hillsborough county it has been a large roll of money said I f.t f..
    to have been between $500 and $700.It Touring Car $355
    Ur nnr. Tasteit cIIIU TMKa
    is thought that some parties saw I ))1.,
    .s vbatlty sot oMrsy by parIfJIIIa aDd 1bra Optimistic Thought. Truck Chassis $445
    (the blood. You can woos feel as,trO...* it and killed the old man for the sake for Indigestion and stomach It Is human to err, but diabolical te.
    rt ''''''-ado. cloy Prln erA of securing it. A new hatchet and an J3 Q trouble of any kind. I bsT Q JSH persevere.To i Coupe $595 t
    old knife, the latter having been ;identified never found anything that E3Q I

    TONIC were fou' :d near the cabin, and touches the spot like Black.Draught Q Stop a Cough Quick I Sedan $660 ', '
    ,.
    ZZ I take it In broken SZM ,
    't ?rove'. Tasteless chill: Tonic tee:ores are the only clues to the crime.A doses after meal.. For a long MQ take HAYES HEALING HONEY a '" '
    WJpnergyand) Vitality by Purifying\ and Urn I tried plllr. which grip. Qn cough medicine which stops the cough by These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in ;

    Mfnrichlng M1 the Blood. When you feel lulfIt1'engthenlnll.lnvlgoratlng boyish quarrel over a tattling: e4 and didn't JI T e the rood: *_ Dealing the inflamed end Irritated OallUflll. the history of the Ford Motor Company ,"
    i effect,see how incident in school reculted in a fight malts. Black Draught live T UQ A box[ of GROVE'S 0PENTRATESALVE "
    '* medicine Is easy to take, easy Q for Chest Colds Head Colds and coming in fast so place yours
    I...tJ brings color to the cheeks and how between Lonnie Gainey age thirteen, tO keep, lneX)01 alts." mm Croup Is encloHed with every bottle cf Orders are :
    t Improves the appetite, you rill then and Leonard Dug pr. twelve, both a HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve promptly to insure earlv delivery. ? ,
    'appreciate Its true tonic value. sons of farmers, at Burnett's school. a Got a packsfrom: your ZZ a should be rubbed on the chest: and throat
    druggist today -Ask for and of children suffering from a Cold; or Group.
    ''JrOIl'Grove a TaBteless chill Tonic is simply house in this (Baker) county late Q Insist upon T, e4f0r4'-the QD The he.linteeent of Hay*' lleafo'7101wInaide I J. W. ANDREWS. JR.
    and Quinine suspended In syrup So Friday afternoon. In which Duggerwas : the llmxit nimliUiod with the heeling elTxct of
    .I ""saiit even cliiklren like It. The blood killed by Gainey. The boy bledto only cvnulno. QQ t.rows' O-Pra-TraM K.1 lv through tin pares oftb Dealer, STARKE
    tfctn anon*top*a cough.Bah I
    needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to death after, it is alleged, young Get It today. Q rrnnndlmi packed l In oo omrtm sod thacoat ,
    ,Znrirh it Destroys Malarial germ andG.1p DEI EM aaaaaaaclPZJaaaaa of the coaibiMd mwuziaiit I Ia 8&o ,
    germs by Us Strengthening. Invlgor, Gainey cut his throat with a knife. Juut ask your druggist for HAYES'HT.AUNG
    ung Effect .Oc. Playmates of the boys state that one HONLY. f
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