Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02132
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Representative! From General Extension .. I .'BEFORE_ THK!. SE tutu TRACKMEN: STAY ON TUB JOB I

TAR EDITOR RE. Division Here Wednesday KILLED INJACKSONVILLE I Otherwise Cannot Get: ; a' Connctl"'I.I :: l.ittlp Change in-Situation its Reqtnrd-4/ .f

11 I Rules Supreme Court. DELIVERED Strike' of ShopmenChicago I
C. A. Bennett
representing the Uni- ,I
\ersity! of Florida the I I ',I
PUBLICAN PAPER for State College Tnlhilui'sHee, July -1.-Tho supreme July 4.-Thv threatened .'
I General Extension at Tallahassee, and the court on certiorari has quashed the I. TO BUYERS extension of tho strike of railway employes '

Division! at Gainesville !- judgment. of the county judge's court to '(100,000 trackmen was averted .

visited our city Wednesday for I which was affirmed by thc circuit I I today through tho efforts of members -

tNI)() EDITOR ORDERED TO the purpose of interesting our high JOHN. : .MATTHEWS: KILLED 1oJPISTOL : court in the case of.the Statue of Florida -: >\*OKION) : no \J) IMPROVEMENT: of Dm United; States Railroad '

w\VE: -ASSAILED !MAYORALNDIDATE .. school graduate in attending our DUELnil OFFICERS against Geo. At/, in Luke coun I PROGRAMll.l: !, BEGIN:': AT Labor Board und. officers of the United .
I C \ IN IAI'ER state institutions thfs? '
fall. The advantages WEDNESDAY: ty. The title of (tho cause* [before lIwSUPl'l'l11C' ONCK:! :-KNGINEFR:: ; : REPORTS: :Maintenance of Woy Kmploypa: And '
I offered by these "
Kailrond i I
court on cortioran was Get Shop! Laborers.Postponement ,
-iando, June 30.-A band of un- ,tare many, including free tuition to Friday's Times-Union gives! the following Atz: petitioner, vs C. O. Andrews us I I All doubts! as to Bradford! ( county's of Hut nlrikv. was announced ,

licl mert walked into the residence citizens; of Florida. Also 'th( advanced account of tho killing there of judge of tlio seventeenth judicial cir- j| road. improvement program/ was set l tonight by I':. I". Grabie, president ,j .(

II, Wendler, editor ofsthe Flor. courses offered at both of our state John Matthews! n negro; hailing from cult of the state of Florida, respon' at rest last Friday afternoon when 10.: of the* maintenance of way organization I I

: Post, 'a Republican newspaper, institutions has placed them on the thin section. The deceased has no dent. The opinion is! by Chief Justice I' S.' Matthew's: chairman of the boardof after ho and .Jlilll executive '

shed at Winter Pork, tonight at j list of standard schools, recognize! by blood relations here, but married a Browne, Whitficld
o'clock, thrust a cloth over his the Association! of American Univer woman living southwest of Starke. ,' mcur' in the conclusion reached At- h..nrinthe/ news that the .issue ofr,5oooo.oo wit It Chairman! Ben W. Hooper! ( of /0

n. a, took him in nn automobile to sities. The account follows: t >rn 'ys, Koonce & Hill of Loosburg, $ ) ()() o( county bonds> had been the Labor Bouril. and,! W. r... McMenlnwn .. J

lutskirts of this city, flogged him, I The General Extension! Division offers John Givens, noVro! 138 Lee street, retained for petitioner; Rivers Bu- paid for and, delivered to the purchasers labor member of the board. .

,mistered a coat of tar and add I correspondence! courses to anyone who was shot to death Wednesday ford, attorney general, and! J. B. Gains in Toledo, Ohio. Tho net proceed. Maintenance of way chairmen wore '
him .to leave Orlando within interested. in home study. These courses night in pistol fight with Police of the, instructed to take '
a Officer assistant, for the respondent issue amounts to $ii I IC'OLOO( ( precept to up main-- i.

,," 'K__ include all high school l courses, and Marcus M. Mathis, and Noah George Atz was ranvlctea in I lie less $lil 1, the cost of delivering I the tonunco of way employes] with t the Individual

,mder! tol
i iic home within a few moments afno certificates, civil service courses, identified/ as a notorious! thIef'! for unlawfully having alcoholic amiintoxientinu I covered! all l'Itnrpt's'-I'I'g-III; mail, is not. reached, to confer with I uI

had .returned, |that he did, not I agriculturaI'rOllclin!{ courses, special who for some timo, has been sought I I I linlinvu i in !ii.. ,,........>aui.kn..I Inlllrlll1c'111111 tl'lf/g'I'n11111--antl is considered ,; I the labor bonrd.! These dispute's in- .1 I
icni/.e the men who were concern- I courses and regular college! credit by the police. On appeal, to-the circuit:: :' court -of; the n very economical handling. of I jcliulo the waite: cut recently authorized 1t

i the' affair. He expressed the be- courses. Anyone interested.. in work Officer Mathis, who was shot by tho seventeenth judicial circuit, thu judgment I so large an amount of securiticH. by the board for maintenance of *

however, that the occasion was of this nature may receive all information negro, was reported yesterday as resting was atllrmed. Counsel) ( for Atx The bond money l inow depositedwith i I way employes, changes in maintenance -

result of an editorial ina_ recentof by writing to the General Extension easily and in no danger. Tt was thereupon applied( to the !supreme t the bunks of Bradford. county, of way rules and the conlract- 'M !
Division, Gainesville, Fla.] The said that ho will bo fit for and I I log of track work. .
his newspaper, personally' as-! duty againin court and procured a writ of certiorari! la secured by the deposit/ : of.surety. \ out
iniing Eugene:: G. Duckworth, cnndi- correspondence; work is practicallyfree a short time. Tho bullet lodged The opinion by Chief Juxtieij. Browne bonds and government\ bonds with the I Members were directed to continue ..

for re-election as mayor of Or- only a small incidental fee of $11' near the right shoulder blade and was exhaustively treats of the fights of bond ti'iist's. i I work/ \under thu cut\ in wngus' ordered 'm

do, but friends of the mayor said to $(B being charged, according the removed, at St. Lull's hospital by Dr. officers to seize articles without n Th'e 'lina] delivery' of the- bonds, i by the labor) hoard, effei-tlvo July I _
length of the course. This does not I' C. C. Collins. that work the but; to make revision In rates
na' it was doubtful if this was the search warrant and the odmissiliility means! on I road I improvement any re-
'ise of the attack. attempt to pay for the instruction The police said Givens was known in evidence of articles thus seized. Tho program will begin lit (once. Edward : I troiu-tlve to July I nnd to \Vlthhlll.'

After he was placed in the automo-I'| which is given by University professor as "Had" Taylor, John Taylor, John- following is n striking quotation! from R .Neff, employed. by I the trim- strike orders.\ pun '
but helps defray the cost of postage nie Schulman and John Matthews. those .
'''. Wendler said he was taken. some- It the opinion : tees! as county engineer, reported for matters, .
ere in the country; how fur the.au- and material.] is said! he has dealt in Illicit distilled "Why n court should encourage iu duty at tho meeting of the trustees> "A th.t' morn, careful consideration i

i mobile\ traveled he did not know. whiskey in Bradford county, and was officers, .illegally! to acquire evidence held' Wednesday. afternoon, and will of the entire situation, we have reached j '

<\"rivin at what appeared to be the :MRS. ItEASLEY GAVK ISKIDGEPARTY ; : : 1 wanted there on, charges of breaking to be used( against! a person on trinl begin work at Once Mr. Neff will i t the conclusion( that it Is not wise

pot chosen for thg' occasion he was! : and entering. f for having illegally! acquired some have only a small i I force to assist! him for our membership to leave the service -

flogged, then stripped to the waist and The two pistols he was carrying! at' commodity, i is> a problem in morals, in making the surveys. To expedite ,'I: of the carriers until every reI I _

the tar applied. He said he was then Mrs. O. L. Beasley gave u delightful the time he attacked the officer were 1 that Is a bit confusing to one not a I the work tin board decided at I their I I I source has been exhausted that affords

I cured and,warned that it would be briilgc party Wednesday afternoon identified( yesterday as having been zealot or a funntic. meeting Wednesday to employ an 1I1-I'j'i n hope for u peaceful adjustment ) ). t

0 for him to leave the city. from four to six, complimentary stolen from James Williams, 1070 \V. 'Tor one to ncquiru I I illegally I or illegally sistant engineer/ for Mr. Nelf. ," said the announcement which '. ;
to her sisters, Misses Jeannette and Union street. Givens is said to have t Intoxicating this assistant und two or three laborers | whim sinned by !Mr. Grtthlp! three vice '
< liquors
cording his to authentic reports, hon Clara Mae Durden, of Tampa, and I entered the home of Williams during is crime possess; but it Is a criim' that generally Mr. N('11' expects to bundle the | presidents: of the \union und: u quorum '

i son were alone in the resldonie Miss Mubel Edwards, of Gainesville, Wednesday! and stole the weapons and affects a few persons in a restricted field( work for tho present. of t tho executive committee, constituting -
when members of the band
en- Miss Helen Davison, of Atlanta. $10 in cash.I'robably locality. To permit officer There seem no doubt now that a sub-committee of' tho eCtcutivt)
i-red. The son said he heard voicesof The rooms weer attractively decorated twenty shots were fired of the state to acquire evidentw, illegally Bradford county will in duo course of [hoard, of grand l lodge officers.. :.

the men* plainly, although he saw with rOlls und potted ferns, and during the gun battIe.. When tho body and in violation of sacred! constitutional time ho connected with the great highway |

m ne. three tables of bridge were enjoyed.The was stripped at the undertaking. establishment guarantees, and to use the illegally -' system of 1lio state. Aliiclnni I Break Away Front Union 'a
The editor did not appear to have dainty score cards:! were hand- it was discovered that he ]) acquired evidence in the prosecution county is already building. a road from j Jacksonville! July .Maintenance

been flogged vigorously, but he show-'I painted in hearts, clubs, diamonds and! was struck five times by bullets. Two of tho person who illegally Gainesville to the Santa Fo river, the i j of way men employed by tho Florida .

'1 ither signs of having been roughly spades. The first prize: was won by took effect in the head and the othersin acquired the intoxicant, strikes at the southern boundary of our county, and J Kust: Count railroad l have withdrawn,

iced by the band. "I am a martyr to Miss Mabel WeHer, who was presented the chest and stomach. very foundation of the administration )Duvol ii gruding n road from Baldwin from their national organization and A

'ause," he said, referring to the lo- an individual hand-painted tray for Mathis saw Givens near the cornerof of justice, and where such practices to Maxvillct] and is discussing/ / a | formed an organization! : of their own, .

political situation. salt, pepper and mustard. The consolation Houston and Lee streets. The negro prevail make law enforcement a mock- largo bond I Issue! for road Improvement according/ to u statement Issued from

The editorial, which Wendler be- prize, a corsage; bouquet, fell was staggering' and the officer cry." which menns that the road from I the "m..(. of J. P. Bockwilh, presidentof

'u-ves! led to the attack inferred that I to Miss! Jeannette Durden. called l to him and asked him if ho When the ease' was> on trial in the I Baldwin to Muxvilla will bo hard Bur- i' tbe road 1 today. Tho men have signed S

'here might have been graft in con The hostess served a very tempting could not walk straighter The negro! county judge's: court some of! the jurors I 1 faced in the near, future. With thin a contract with the road, the statement

nection with the city adminstrution'lnd salad course of sandwiches, potato drew a pistol; and opened fire.-* Special' were permitted, to taste the con- dime there remains to connect Bradford : said, bused on the wage sculo tt

listed a series of questions which I| chips, butterfly salad, olives and ice Agent Hicks came to the assistanceof tents of tho bottles! of liquor' involvedin ; county with I HighwayNo.. 1 on fixed by the luilroad. labor board. _ _
said the people will ask before the I tea. the policeman and after an exchange the prost'C-utlon.! With regard to tint north and highway No. i) on the Tho announcement was contained. inn

,Mcction. Besides tho honor guests, Misses of many shots the negro was this procedure, the chief justice ques- south, a small strip of Clay, county, brief sta tl'lIll'lIt and olllcials would, T

<"hief of detectives, Frank Gordon, Durden, Miss IZJwarda und Miss Dav killed. tions this practice and says: between Highland und Maxville. If not elaborate on/ it. Thu statement '

boran an investigation of the case tonight icon, there were present Mcsdames E. -- "Even where all]) the jurors! drink V>f Clay county will not build thin stretch wns ntrule
and said that the affair will be E. Canova, J. M.\ :Mitchell: O. L. The shooting of John Givens, negro, tho liquor this is a very questionable she will probably he !good enough to thai national officers of the mainlomtncu 'Wi ,

sifted to the bottom." Ilaynes A. Z. Adkins, E. M. Johns, who was killed Wednesday night in a f rri" < riling/ and may bo a violation of cede the territory to Bradford amiDuvul of way organization: had! ordered .

I Misses 'Jeanl'tte and Florence Mat- gun fight with Police Officer Marcus the Volstead act." and let them build. it. a strike cull held In abeyance ,

DUMBBELL: MUSTACHE CAUSES thews and ;Mabel Wcller. I M.' Mathis anti Koah Hicks, railroad The opinion concludes l as follows: The actual commencement of the under I&n agreement reached with the

DIVORCE I special agent, was held justifiable- by ,, "It appears from tho duly authenticated road! building program thlri county railway labor board which provides

DAVIS NOT A CANDIDATE: the coroner's jury at the Inquest yesterday bill of exceptions that became means a new day for us. We have the that the workers' case will eventually s
afternoon before Justice of the I I richest lands In Florida.Vit.h. good' come again before the onrd.It .
of the record here ctTllorarithat
Detroit, July I-M..s.. Lillian ("Peg- a part on '
gy") Watson Is not yet twenty-live To the Citizens of Starke: Peace Marion B. Craig.METHODIST. the trial court did. not proceed roads to make living conditions attractive ', 1 Is> known that neKotiiitlon lookIng '
After having served two terms as the essential these lundi will bu bought/ up to tho forming! of a system organization ,
with according to require-
years old. but she is through men '
it is gratifying to have : !>Y men who will improve them und havo been) underway for some \
Mayor very indicated this
and marriage; Lot all time. ments of the low, as! in '
of our citizens ask me to become material make this the garden spot of Flor- tln/', but officials of tho road anti! men 'or I
Mrs. Watson is suing! Charles E. HO many opinion, and that injury resulted :
butI Our Sunday school meets Sun- concerned III thu organization have
re-election ida.
candidate for every \ ; -tI
Watson for divorce. She ha's been a to the petitioner. The judgment -
must as I do not feel that-1 day morning at 10 o'clock. Our subject i I refused! to discus! !* them. Meetings of .
decline affirmed -
awarded $10 a week alimony pending of the county judge's! court,
further flare the time for the discharge for discussion is from the bookof HOOK PARTY i I the employes have been hold at ntveral -
disposition of the divorce action. She can by the circuit court, in quash
; of the duties of the office. In Daniel next Sunday. God tells His ed" :'I (points on the road, which extondifrom J
was asked, if she fancied there was i making this announcement I wish to plans to His own children. The pastor Miss Florence Matthews gave a do- South Jacksonville to Key Weltt.i ft j'

any"I'm possibility of a reconciliation.time I assure each and all of you of my appreciation will fill the pulpit next Sunday' NEW RIVER lightful rook party complimentary to 1|i Employes: attending these meetings
afraid not. Every we
of the honor conferred on both morning and"" evening. He will Miss Margaret Pomeroy, of Jacksonville were given free transportation to and

He quarreled knew I he.despised would grow these! a little mustache.mus- me in past elections as well as the have for his subject in the morning: New- River, July 7.-Little Harrell who In visiting little Miss Lu- from their homes, and other means of ,
I compliment implied by the request "The Peace the World Can't Under- this cue Mitchell. The guests enjoyed) a encouragement wore offered by the
taches and that washis method ofspiting Sapp is ill at writing.
stand." In the evening out theme will of rook after which road. '
re-election. spirited ,
made [that I stand for Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a game r1 '
me. As soon as we up Very truly, be: "The Christian's Armor,". hero Miss Matthews nerved) it dainty ice Officials of the independent organization .,
he professional Monday.Mr.
would shave the thing oft. -
will not let little hot not announced and It was
JR. Surely
L. A. DAVIS, you a and! course. were
and Mrs. J. L. Rowling
I knew
I saw it sprouting we weather serve as an excuse for not the Besides the honor guest, Miss Pom impossible to learn from tho workers' c
visitors to
George Rivers were
were in for another spat. Rent A P. O. BOX coming out; to( God's house and worshipping State Farm Saturday and Sunday. eroy, those enjoying the affair were viewpoint whether the organziution! :
should bea
"Sometimes I feel there him.: "They begun with one off Misses Florence Andrews, Hazel Mid- would 1 supplant in whole the former
Tho quietly
reconciliation. You see, Charles is The general delivery at the post- consent to make excuses" in the para- ,' very dleton, Ruth Sternberg, Lucilo Mitchell union or whether it would bo rombut- _ _
no older, than I. He needs someoneto for ble because they did not lose the Lord here.Mr. Weeks Sammy ed thb latter. \ '
for then I think of office is intended only personsnot |I and Mrs. Rafe Johns, of Lake ElisesJonos, Virginia by J
care him. But
permanent residents. All others who had prepared the supper. Sternberg Joseph Thomas, Lei) -
that mustache, and I couldn't fro thru expected to rent boxes. The box Butler, were hero Tuesday; afternoon. Witkovskl, Eugene Matthews and PROFITEEU JETS: MOST JUICE i'
are Green of Starke was here
Judge ,
life with a mustache" so I guess I am rent is very low, and can be afforded BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN Tuesday afternoon., Louts Hardoe, of Fernandina. ,FROM: WATERMELON: : : OUTPUT
through with men. ..
by all. By having a box and having to business -
S. C, Crews was attending &
mail addressed to "it you save In her declining years, when- per- MOONSHINERS' I.V" TOILS New York, July Watermelons!
A FOURTH 1 your in Starke Monday.P. .
QUIET 1 the postoffice! personnel much trouble haps the memories of her early religIous B. Crews and C. A. Stricklandwere Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bain-. for which! Georgia growers are gladto t

The Fourth of-July was celebrated] and yourself much time, as you can fervor frequently came back to transacting business! in Lake den captured three men last week for get from 3 to 17 1-2 cents each, are
mailat any time. Also, you her mind, George Eliot wrote to a violation of the liquor laws. Wednes- selling In the retail markets I heru at
in Starke by "grand orchestral si !get; your Butler Monday.
busy people' who want to buy friend: "If there were no reasons for day of this week, J. C. Griffin was!! arrested 70 cents to $1.60, said a statement 1I Issued
lence. The town was as silent as keep I J. G. Adkin left Sunday night
the north pole after Dr. Cook had left stamps, sending off parcels, etc., against my following such an inclination Palatka. for having whiskey in bin house I today by Hjfachel S. Jones, director -
hall from waiting. "Be a sport" and I should go to church constantlyfor 'I of and his Ford car. Trials will take of the state department of mar ,
it for homeland deserted as a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn, Sampson
( the sake of the delightful emo- place in a few days. kets and farms.
rent P. O. box. here the
in which William Jennings Bryan lectures a City spent the Fourth ,
tions of fellowship which come over I High freight rates, almost equally
against evolution. Mr. Hull and! guests of Mrs. Wynn's mother, Mrs.
DEATH OF :MR. PINHOLSTER: me in religious assemblies, the very Little Miss Margaret Pomeroy, of 'high cartage and the "bit" taken In
Mr. their ornamented Thomas
Darby had places nature of such assemblies being the Mary Jacksonville, who U the house guest of turn by four middlemen make up the '
with in honor of the day we W. M. Hodges and daughters, Al-
flags lIon.* I. W'PinhoUter: : died at his recognition of a binding belief or spiritual little Miss Lucite Mitchell, was the 'difference, he said The freight cost
visitors to
didn't celebrate The only small boy pha, Iva and Minnie, were
residence near Brooker July 3rd, and law which is to life us into willing honor guest at a merry picnic at the Is about 17 cents o melon and the cart-
in town had saved a small /firecracker Heilbronn ;Springs: the Fourth.
up Ha came the remains were Interred at New obedience and save as from the lake Friday evening, at Morgan's age cost for transporting the melon
from Christmas.
River cemetery the following day. The 'slavery pf unregulated passion or im morning the pastor will have for his landing. The party included Mary from the receiving station at Kurney .
out and! it but in the
exploded and ,filtered silence pre-, it deceased had been a prominent man pulse." Unconsciously to herself, the topic, "Moral Color Blindness." The anova, Lucile Johns, Marjorie Bell, .N. J., U about S cents. '

yailing distilled cracker, in the county for many years and was writer by these words echoed the evening service will be conducted upon Mildred CoUon, Florence Elizabeth i The four middle men get the rest.

and sounded as loud as a cannon home and one of its most respected and beloved apostolic injunction: "Not forsaking the church lawn, should the weather and LelIa Dee Andrews James WIlliam The high prices are causing th/"

hid the boy, frightened, ran citizens. Mr. Tinholster was 76 years the assembling of ourselves together, 'permit. The stereopticon will be used Brownlce, Leo Witkovski, Eugene melons! to move very slowly in the ,

under the bed. it was old and had been In poor health for as the custom of some Is, but exhort- to illustrate the sermon, which will Matthews, Elise Jones, Virginia New York market, he said, despite a
left town,
Everybody having some time. A complete obituary will ing one another: and so much the be on the Life of Paul. The public Is Weeks, Harriet Ritch, Louis Hardce, campaign his department has been .

naturally- sane, and the streets drunk emp- be published in our next issue. more as ye see the day. drawing invited to share In the worship of God of Fernandina. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, carrying on to Induce New Yorkers to
ty, it was ao safe that had a near." i out-doors. Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. 0; L. Beasley, help the Georgia farmer out with

man come in an automobile,but he couldhave trees Geo. A. Anderson, the Lawtey garage The .hours of public worship withus 1 Bible school' meets at 9:45 a. m. and and! Miss Clara Mae Du den, of Tam- their bumper crop by eating lots of

and telephone run against poles.nothing. I man, was in Starke Thursday. are 11 a. m. and 8:00: p. m. In the B. Y. P. U. at 7:00 p. m.'I' pa'. melons. : :i.

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: ft were tied together,in groups of five pare the prices paid today and those

I j : GOVERNMENT and six, then told to run. As they I paid two ;years ago, they will! know .

ran they were shot down. Others wero that it is far from the truth. .

hanged, drowned, and some even 11l'cigarettes During the past year the invoice e. .

t TAKES A HAND dragged/ death at the end of ropes price of goods: on the shelves of the .

from automobiles. retail merchant has been reduced from '

Jury Returns Verdict 20 to 40 per cent. On a $ O.OO) stock i \
I i IN COAL STRIKE : "We, the jury,, find from the evidence this means a loss of from $,1000 to ,

that the deaths of decedentswere $8000. It means that the merchanthas WR""I L" iY"

,.1 I due to acts, direct or indirect, of 1 fl taken a loss.of that much on his Q
i ti MASSACRE: AT IIERRIN. ASH A officials of the Southern Illinois Coal U goods. Is it any wonder that many

li I'I. SHORTAGE, OF CO\L BRINGS! Company. We recommend that an investigation j11 merchants have been. forced to the

I MATTERS TO A JlI .\f) be conducted: for the purpose ', \ r, wall I
of fixing the blame on individuals ""
What is more, the overhead cost of
i /
l' The coal strike riot at Ilerrin, III., responsible This was the verdict of I U doing business is greater than it was
the !
coroner's jury at lIerrln."G'ordie" .
.' and the 'vaninhing fuel supply of the I tl before the war. Wages of help have
I'' If. nation has spurred the United Statesgovernment Henderson, one of the un- ,
4 nut fallen to that of the pre-war pe-
+ "' ion strikers slain, was killed by C. K. I
) l to the point where extraordinary J j riod. Rents in many canes are higher -
t, q i effort are being made by McDowell, slain superintendent of the I l 10' and fuel and lights are higher. All
,, mine, according to the verdict. This
Y "h Washington to bring the coal operators ,, these things combine to make the retail
I 'A' t was the only] murder verdict returned. -i]I GOOD!
PI and miners together to negotiate They are merchant's path anything but a
d : \} a a basin for the settlement of the na- rose-strewn highway.
a' I I I
i "I tion-wide strike, now three months Investigation Under Way ,
If help comes to the farmer, in- PARSatisfies
; ': (: : old.' A military board of inquiry human that this condition should ex- :
composed directly it will come to the merchant,
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is the
'bred in
of five list. you might say, '
: At the request of Secretary of La- Chicago officers of ttte I1H-! bone.' W has been taught and believed but in the meantime he is strugglingto

:\ bor Davis, John L. Lewis, president of nois National Guard has begun an inquiry by the people at large. It has been keep the business world afloat by
: and
1 : 1'1'. the United Mine Workers, went to expected, to follow other investigations are adopted as a sane doctrine by the medical making sacrifice sales and taking his r
Washington for a series of conferences Investigators for I for loss without any hue and cry. So just'
profession. one am surprised
state officials
assert they learned that the sweet tooth
with President Harding and Secretaries Sheriff Melvin that the vote in favor of whiskeyas remember the local merchant has hill I
I':.: Davis and Hoover. Failure Thaxton took no steps troubles and is still your friendthathe
I medical aids
a not far and digestion
to quell the agent was greater. appetite ,
l I'I of this effort will mean, It is believed, sumed the rio even after it had\, as.j It will take time to redirect this is doing his share to bring about .
; ', .that the government will take steps dangerous proportions better conditions and help the old
feeling, and we might as well] be mouth and
blood-hunt. The sheriff said )I patient Cleanses teeth.
", I ; to intervene directly! in the dispute according about the world back onto its feet. 4
t to the II matter, just as we
) I and insist investigators that, on the adviceof 'I It will take time but that
upon, adjustment by arbitration States will have to learn to be obedient to we blieve "'
h c" in the interest of the public Attorney Duty, he had remained law, which we are not at the present things are slightly on the upgrade and A great boon to smokers,

C "I welfare. away from"he mine to eliminate time in if everyone will do his part and go to %- hot mouth.
t the of so far as prohibiton is con- relieving dry
t $ That possibility getting "bumped !
the government Is making off." cerned at least. So we must wait for work, all will be well. Prosperity will

I In, progress. in. i its efforts to bring about the gradual] change: in the attitude! of not come to a few. It must come to Combines pleasure and

/ 'r' some JIIIHI ui. u compromise is indicated w the medical profession, which: is certain all, and the man who insists on excessive "
y by the instructions sent from wages while condemning the mer- benefit.
to come as the facts of
S' science, .
,' I'I' Washington by President Lewis to the W. C. T. U. COLUMN determined by actual experiments, chant who is trying to save his business ,\\ .

i. ; ;: anthracite miners' union leaders at slowly] ] filter Into' the inner consciousness life, it not going to profit by his HI' '\\\\: Don't miss the 1 joy of, the
; ; Wilkes-Barre Pa. which stand.
resulted "
J 1. i I the abandonment in DR. WILEY ON "WHAT/ TilE I of our people. w ,,,t\+ .,\\ ....on. lar afi. ry':! PKtlu *'......"..
of all plans" to call a
dddo ,{ general strike in the anthracite fields, DOCTORS THINK: OP liOOZK"A 1 LORII REPLACES DAWES! M r / bit
LABOR coated tid !
} effective PAPER AGAINST INTERFERENCE y peppermint
at to
S once, replace the suspension .
t: which as been in force there very interesting commentary on :
First "Watchdog of Treasury" floes
li 1 since (April 1. The hard coal miners recent questionnaire sent to physicians
of Pennsylvania of the United States by the Not ]long ago the Association Againstthe nark to hacking y'5r
are jubilant over this
American .Medical Association! ia Prohibition Amendment sent out
given -
development ]
i holding that it means
speedy settlement of the strike by Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, In the I a questionnaire Jo labor bodies to Uncle Sam's "watchdog. of the treas

} I'ublic'H Interest Strewed June Good Housekeeping1. This questionnaire sound the opinion of labor on the ury". is going home. Brig.-Gen. Chas.G. :
In'his has been referred to before question. The Union Labor Bulletinof Dawes, first budget director of the I
conversations with
Mr. Lew-
tt is during( the week the president has ,: in the Union Signal, but Dr. Wiley !Newark, N. J., made the following United States government is packinghis ',4 /I ,

gone further than the mere necking' culls attention; to certain facts that answer: grips and will go back to his bank- /
'l'' of information the are interesting significant. It ap- 1. We favor prohibiton. ing business in Chicago. The man
upon Save
tude. He gave the mine union aUI-1 pears that city physicians as a rule] 2.Ve do not favor interference who won nation-wide renown as a cui- (l ,, I (I1iIII K ) (
she ,
a9 to understand the government had are more strongly in favor of whis- with the Eighteenth! amendment, nor. ser when he appeared as a witness i

odd interest in the coal situation beyond no key as a medical agent than are country its repeal.. ] before a house committee, is satisfied wrapper'i/ C29

y; the settlement of the strike, although physicians. "The vote on beer In 3. We favor absolute annihilation that he has the budget system well

that, of
mediateend. of the administration's use and 2854 in favor of its use. prostitute the morals of the region! to President Harding( has announced 1 voluobfe / / s s M
v efforts. It was intimated that legislation The vote in these cities was 4919! which it caters. that Maj.-Gen. Herbert M. Lord finance i pnmfurru / t+ t"
1 intended to deal with the against the use of wine and 3782 In 4. We, condemn the sale] of I light officer of the army during the

; manent difficulties of the coal Industrywas per- favor of its use. Wine, therefore, wines or been with meals in restaurants World War, and budget director for -
made or hotels. the war department under Gen. Dawes I
in the offing, with the administration a stronger appeal to the doctors I
? behind it. than be er. (5. We disapprove of the sale of will succeed the Chicago banker. Gen. cording! to London newspapers.It .

Sumnrupl\l up, the president's conferences "A peculiar conditon was that in light wines or beers for consumption Lord is called a "facts and figures"man. I was nothing less than the findingof ASPIRIN

If y with Mr. Lewis have this significance some of the large cities whiskey was anywhere. ,f lIe has a reputation as an organizer a needle hidden in Jerusalem and .
q : particularly recommended as a remedy 6. Our employes have increased and a harmonizer. with no clew to its whereabouts of

r i The miners have had, urged upon for snake bite'although' the, only their efficiency 100 per cent because I'I Made Big Saving I which five senses could take cognizance Say "Bayer" and Insist!

rr' ii them the advisability of going Into a I I snakes in such cities are carefully, of prohibition. The White House, in letting it be except that it was hidden somewhere -

{i' conference with the' operators, even guarded in zoological, ] gardens. It Is II 7. We cannot encourage anyone to known that Gen. Lord would become in the city. This was done by

1, yl' into district conferences for a strike a strange idea that has almost uni- join your association. I the new budget director, said that extraordinary Dr. Hanossen, who claims to be possessed

settlement, if no other kind can be versal prevalence; especially in rural :, 8.. You may use this information in expenditures of the goo with something! more than the

r'' ',' obtained. with the understanding that districts, that whiskey isI sovereign whatever manner will aid the returnof ernment for the fiscal year 1922 wouldbe usual five senses and to be endowed

,/ the administration will not drop| the remedy for the bite of poisonous this country to a sane employment] $1,750,000,000 less than for the fiscal {'i;with a mysterious "psychic" faculty

m'' coal problem once the strike is called) snakes. The most recent studies of of prosperity, which is impossiblewhere year 1921. This amount, it was 'by means of which he can read 1 the

off, but will attempt by way of con snake-bite poisoning show that the I stimulants destroy brains and asserted, indicates a saving! of $1- thoughts' and find out things that cannot -

i gress, ,the "stabilization" of the industry remedy has claimed more victims of I develop physical weakness, accentuate 000,000,000 more than has been pre- ) be discovered by means of mere

t now clamored for by miners, snake bite than even the most enthus- moral laxitude and lassitude and viously estimated. sight! or hearing.The .

; operators, the public and official] iastic snakes would tlalm. In other i undermine the real strength of gov- Before the budget! bureau was established i finding of the needle was accepted -
Not Seeking Arbitration words, it is the opinion of the most ernment. by law, and one man was I as the proof of his claim and Unless you see the name "Bayer >n
r- 1 Mr. Lewis is not seeking arbitration competent physicians who have studied clothed] with authority to slash estimates I i he was awarded $500. He[ found the hug package> the or on tablet you are not 'i'.t
) genuine Bayer product Ire>
b t ;. ,"I but spokesmen for miners have unofficially this subject that the administration TROUBLES OF RETAILERIf I submitted from the various departments I needle] within 25 minutes, excludingthe < fccribod by physicians over twenty-two
indicated that they would of alcohol is the chief cause of I there was a constant incentive time taken to reach the place of years and! proved safe by million for

look upon such a proposal] with favor. fatality in snake bite." there is any class of people] who on the part of each depart concealment. A committee was appointed Colds Headache

1 The mine leaders primarily desire an Dr. Wiley sums up his conclusions have been hard hit by the recent ment to ge tijts much as possible for to supervise toe test and to Toothache Lumbago

i ,: opportunity to lay their demand before as follows: change In conditions it is the retail its activities from the federal govern- (''see that there was nothing of a "put- Earache: Rheumatism
the operators In a national conference "in; has been only a few years !since! merchant. We hear much of the distress men, and then spend every cent of the up' job about it. Neuralgia; Pain, Fain

_ S or a conference of the inter the real nature of the functions of alcohol ] of the farmer, and the strain the appropriation. Gen. Dawes put a The committee consisted of several Accept only. "nay r" package whlc)

ests in the central] competitive coal has been understood, based upon bankers have )been laboring under is i iof speedy end to that system, and, instead journalists, a few policemen and an contains of twelve proper tablets directions.cost few cents.Handy! Drill bowl

fields. indubitable facts developed by experimental knowledge, to all But have you installed a system whereby each expert in nervous diseases. Dr. Han- fiat! also sell bottles of 21 and, HM>.

j' Although spokesmen for the operators methods. All the old physicians heard of Any general movement to assist department has to give a monthly ac- ossen was secured in a house and a Aspirin in the trade mark of Bayer

e. S are still holding out for district and that means those who weregraduated the retail merchant in these times count of its spending. guard placed over him. Then the mem- Manufacture Monqpceticacidctitei ofSal

,! I agreements with the miners, it la understood up to ten or fifteen years of stress? Yet no line of business. has bers of the committee set forth in mo- icy licacill.

j; a considerable percentage of ago,, were thoroughly Imhued with the been hit harder than that of the ]local POUND HIDDEN NEEDLE (I tor cars, one of the number carrying Only One "BROMO QUININE"

operators in the central competitive Idea taught by their professors of ma- retail merchant, the man you meet ________ i j the needle. Several streets of Jeru- Fo set the genuine cult for full'nltne. LASA
t fields will respond favorably to the teria medico and therapeutics, that every day and the one who supplies Man With "Psychic") Faculty Boon .salem were traversed. Cars and drivers TIVU. HKOMOOUIN1NB. I.oaltlaullfnalllr.f oK. <
7 i Kovernment pffer- to intervene.- Much whiskey was a stimulant; that it was your daily neI". Iiscoveredi'iny Implement j! were changed on. the way and then roach W.OHOVB.and headache Cure a mud Cold warts;In One o9old.Vj..,tan 7t.*

,, is said as to the necessity of taking! a useful in case of shock, of low vitality When the slump in prices came it by a circuitous route, the ]lunatic asy -

S hand in establishing] preventative following a long disease. and espec- was the retail dealers who carried the To find a needle in a haystack is lam was reached. A TONICDrove'

m ,i measures. ially In such diseases as pneumoniaand load. The manufacturers and jobbers popularly supposed to be a feat so There, behind the portrait of Sir Tasteless chill Tonic re>!tortS

!Mine Owners File Suit other acute infections. It Is, were hit hard it is true, but they were difficult that the odds( against its suc- Herbert Samuel, the needle was hid- Energy and Vitality by Purifying me

f Announcement that suits aggregating therefore, perfectly reasonable to find short on supplies, and their loss, while cessful accomplishment would be likea den. Then the committee returned to Enriching the Blood. When you feel, ,t$

more than $1,000,000 would
k against Williamson county, Ill? and "Take the cane of snake bite, for in small!] retail| dealer's. In spite of this ordinary man would appear, if anything been left and released him. In a mo- it brings color to the cheeks and now
RA the national stance. Probably] if you would ask a well known fact the still difficult tor car, accompanied
organization of tho United retail merchanthas more has recent- by the commit it improves the appetite, you will then
!Mine Workers for property damaged thousand laymen what they would do not only not come in for any special ly been accomplished I in Jerusalem, ac- tee, he started out to find the needle. appreciate its true tonic value.

t and lives lost in the massacre at for snake bite, they would say, 'Give consideration, but has been heaped In the course taken the driver followed Grove's Tasteless chiU Tonic is simply

Herrin was made by attorney for W. whiskey,' and I am not surprised to with a lot of unmerited abuse. his directions. After passing thru Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So

J. Lester, president of the Southern find that 51 per cent, at least of the How many times one has run across "IN A BAD WAY"If many streets, Dr. Hanossen left the pleasant even children like it. The blood

r Illinois Coal Company's mine, where doctors of this country would say the such statements'as' "wholesale prices carand proceeded to the asylum, and needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to

the trouble occurred. same thing Whiskey, or any kind of have coma down, but the retail pricesdo walked to the portrait without a mo Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and

'+ The suits against the United MineWorkers administered alcohol Is now known to not seem to have found it out." It ment's hesitation and secured the nee Grip germs' by Its Strengthening!&, Invigorating

ly'. the attorneys pointed out, be a narcotic and depressant and nota has appeared so often that many have your back gives out, dIe. I Effect. uOc _

will be the first under the recent Cor- stimulant, and yet this knowledge accepted it as true. Yet if any pur- Become< lame weak or, aching; I
-1 + onado decision by the United States ;' has not filtered in to the consciousness chasers of family supplies will com- If urinary troubles net In, TELEGRAPH'S ifONOR ROLL I Pharmacy] Dr. T. D. Gunter, aliss Ella .

+ r ,Supreme Court, holding labor organisations of more than half of the medical profession -' bad Perhaps" your kidneys are "in a Andrews, Mrs. S. J. Kelly, Mrs. Anna

hr' : liable for damages. Individual much less the laity. It ia quite The Quinine' TLat: Doe. hot Affect I>po.. PeelIWii Doan's way. Names of Those Who Paid Subscription G. Murrhee, Mrs. Wm. C. Kam-
Kidney Pills are for weak merer, N. T. Ritch.
J t l suits by the relatives of some of .a of It* tonic and I les.4l.e! asset I..XA- kidneys. I I During June
To Stop a Cough Quick TIE BROMO QUININE!: (Tabei) can bo taken' .
the murdered men are also expected. by anyim" without .lIdnlt Local I -
nptvouAnetwor evidence
The take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a ID ton head. Eo W.GJ lUrrinMassacre cough medicine wblch L. II. Eastman, retired traveling Dowling, E. C.
stops the by
Herrin remains quiet after the man. Main St. Starke. Williams, A. P. Hoffman
attack healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues. fays: "I had Quigley Sam, a colored "
"slicker Mosea (
s i{ on the strip mine, in which from A box of GROVE'S O-FEN-TRATE SEED CORN. COWPEAS, VELVET a great deal of trouble with my kidneys Broom Co., S. B. Woodard, Hoover mule. A sold '
t 30 to 40 men were slain. The striking SALVE for Chest Cold, Head Colds and BEANS MILLET,CRASS SEED, SOR. In St. Petersburg, Florida. some Bros., Dr. A. II. Freeman, Rev. W. Sam few days later Mose told
miners congregate about the street Croup Is. enclosed with ever bottle of GHUM. For imimdUl hipment. All ;years axo. There was a .soreness Daugherty, B. F Renfroe, Anna E'I i the mule was blind. a,

w but no further disorders have been re- should HAYES';be HEALING rubbed on HONEY.the chest and The throat salve ...eonabl.Fl.ld and Vegetable Seed. felt across pretty the lam small. of 1 my back and 1 Johns, O. F. Tomlinson, J. L. M'I blind"What?" makes yo' link.dat mule Is i

5 ported. It is estimated that there were of children suffering from a Cold or coup Writ for Price Lilt and Catalofu. ,Our suffered with severe mons, W. M..Harrell, F. H. Long, .
pains In "Why I
the back of head turned him field!
my loose in !
""d 5,000 men, boys and. some women, in The hnallnteftWt cf Harm' Healla*Hooey(alW beautiful and Instructive catalogue lafmaad and T. Stewart, J. M. Norman, F. A. Fisher and a
'L,in. the mob which attacked the mine. (.......the. O-Peo-TrM throet. combiomi.{Sahve wtlh' ihroutfb the.hcalfotf. tha pone effoct of of gives! .valuabl Information on neighbor everything advised seemed me to in try a blur.'Doan'i A B.,, M. Dowling, Dr. :A. J. John. I "Slose he ran dat right into a tree!"
The besieged non-union miners and UM kln toon. op.a emuh. ;, farming and gardening for Florida.and Kidney Pills and they helped me ion, J. S. Brown, Miss Emma Hicks, j Jest ain't blind. He
Both don't
their guards, using rifles/ and machine ml of the raniKdlM combined' era treatment pecked In la raeeutoa JSo.. and the the outh. Writ to ua today for special from the start. One box of Doan's C. A. Futch, II. B. Kerce, Newton give a dam. -Judge.Wifey .

; : guns, stood off the attacking! force for Just ak your druggist for HAYES' price on your seed requirement Our cured me"' Strickland, E. B. Hayes, H. H. Lewis, '
Hi'fi a short time and then surrendered, HEALING HONEY. complete) tock will enable u* to supply Price 601.'.' at all dealer. Don't Thos. E. Oldham, Geo. A. Anderson, 1I1ubbyLet'a.eaJI-What shall we name our

giving!! up their arms. Eye witnesses our to advantage. price and quality. s'Inn lemedy-get Mrs. A. A. McDonald, K. 1.. Griffis, W. ,I;,
'' a describe the scene which followed a* Colds) Cause Grip and Influenza E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY Doan's Kidney l'lIl.-the. same that A. Bessent, Jr., J. M. Dubose, W. M. him Bill.

J w, ''i' one of carnage and ruthless brutality.It LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tibko wmoro thicauM. Mr, Eastman had. Foster-Mllbum: Edarda, Mrs. Annie) Wood L. J. |I Wiley-Why so?
There I I. Oldest and Lar... Seed HOUM in FU. Co., Mfrs., Hubby Because
is said that the non-union prisoners only one 3-"tw Ouiuira.C Buffalo N. Y. Wynn, Col. W. T. Weeks. E. B. he was born on the '
.W.GROVE'S cKnuniM oa b.... 9du 206.202 E. Bay SC Jacktooville.FIa first of the month. '
ling, Mrs. P. H. :Neal, Lake Butler Express. -' 'Portland (Me.)

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general order 0 Issued by Adjutant f
[ General Charles 1*. Love!! of Kl I Don't
no i >vI .
News Florida in Short Paragraphs wf Ida National); Guard. The 1t"'lIr.'f! Penr Wise S t

5// .-... ......n.", .. .. ....,, ..... ,''', .' 'i.".c.H-utwn \ .:t ,I the distinguished. I'lrvit'l1111'1 ,.1 i. l I" fee ;

If |order of Uu president under the pio- .
Live State News visions? of the legislative. act creating I .. ;f
the medal and providing for its award
:f i .at ._._............--..,,..__.........."""""' ..-.J: ways the order. I aDd Pound Foolish li''

Told I
by Our Exchanges.ranUWlll.lmllWrnrnmrnwwwmlnlmIll1Illl.c. I ,
j i William Goodwin, proprietor of a ,

: : !:! _nnn_ _mmmarnrtr_.____ i Run;\ repair shop at Miami, was attacked

hundred acres! of strawberries Was 12,2111: ( representing net income by a party of men at his place Don't think because you can get a ) ,

put under surface and, lub-ir- IIr business taken to u point about a '
amounting to $141,106,121 and
tax, big can of Baking Powder for little 1
i m the Klssimmeu region next normal nnd surtax, of 5,242,70"">, according mile away, partly stripped and.whipped. ,
to statement Goodwin was whisked away while that j.
just issued by money you are saving anything. etK
the statistical l division, income tax:c: a number of bystanders looked on tenable -
ri, shipments of rock from! Fer- unit of the internal revenue department to aid him, so sudden was the at- ,
.1, for the month, of June total tack. Ono of the party made a reference ;

'ions, which show nu increase to "automobile thefts," Goodwinsaid. There's Om11ly One Way 1J;

./it tons over May.finIlOnl't. Railroad No other reason was given for
shopmen of Central I and .
Southern Florida walked out at 10 tho whipping. The victim was ordered ."t" 1to Save sake '
.\ 80, was found float- o'clock Saturday morning in obedienceto to !leave the city in twentyfourhours 011. Day

Lake/ Dot near EustiH, life huvn tho nation-wide strike order. The and ,was told that his Brother
< extinct several hours prev- walk-out would receive the same treatment, ha
was conducted in a peacefulmanner.
> thq discovery of the body. said. ,
The number of
men strikingat
different points is as follows: At- um': S

i>n four and a half cars of'wa- lantic Coast Line railway, 2..0; men at Al'pliclttiojwill be made to the Carnegie -

''ons are condemned in a single High Springs, 225; at Lakeland and Hero Fund on behalf of Miss I

"jperation it seems superfluous IfiO at Port Tampa. Seaboard Air Line :Mary Buhner, of St. Petersburg, who tWe.
nark to the trade that Jackson- made vain but ,
125 at Tampn. Charlotte Harbor & a desperate attempt ., n'n'I
no market for culls. Northern railway, 20 at Arcadia. I Ito save her chum, Miss Dorothy McClatehie -
,'after the'latter had been attacked I

tracts for the construction of a and mangled by a giant barracuda ..
Plenty of
watermelons were rained
ot concrete bridge over the Es- this while the two were swimming\; J '
season throughout Calhoun county .
/I river at -a cost 'of $30,000 at For half an hour after the fish!' hud
It looked as if the has '
irv, have been made with the crop neverbeen struck Miss McClatchie, Miss Buhner
so heavy, but the farmers did not II
r i ola.Construction Company of I organize before the crop was ready sea held running her up ,in momentarily deep water expecting with a high to The Economy BAKING I POWDER 1o" 1.

for harvesting and stand to losea
I many be atacked by the monster. Miss Mc- ..
great ,deal of money on what appeared i
use of the fact that the naniu Clntchie died while being held up in i t i iaT
to bo Cars
a sure \
money crop. ".OC aY A taunt i'LUME
the water by her chum. Both the
frequently misunderstood, then are said to be plentiful but the
of directors of the Hontverdei are reported to be overstocked! markets girls were expert swimmers and were -It costs only a fraction of a u
making a practice swim to a buoy '
i "+ 'ial school at Montvenk, Iakui and fancy prices out of the
has decided to change the are questielL more than a mile offshore when they teaTUI.ILL cent for each baking. l JQ,.,

of the institution to simply tho -_ were attacked. 1

v *erde.IKS E. D. McColl\ elderly chicken rail The colored population- of Weirsdaln -= -You use less because it con 5

er, living three miles! from St. Petersburg -
and goats have been suffering went out to look liner his chickens pulled! l off a regular rough house Saturday 9 tains more than the ordi "
night with the result that one oE8
treat extent near throuf'hava1es
\ before daylight recently carrying I
of a large animal, said to darkey went to the happy hunting! SPpV
'n .
a lantern. He was taken suddenly ill,( leavening strength.
wounded: nary ,
The animal has been I ground and several were so I
> panther. and fell, breaking the lantern. The
that they will not soon forget the l'evening's
<'en by a number of people and they oil spilled, was ignited from the wick The occasionfor
mr been trying to get a shot at the and the blaze spread to the wood pileon amusement.
the meeting was a hot supper and BY TEST
rather elusive creature, but as yet which Mr. JIcColl lay. lie was BEST r
things surely got hot before the meet
thout success. burned to death before he could be
ing'was declared adjourned. Bisel Allison The World's Greatest Baking Powder
rescued by the tenant who occupied stopped a fatal bullet in the melee .
'ampa/ police detectives Thursday the place.

uiMwered five calls from local business and two negro women acted as arresters _.n__._.__ ___ - -- -
for hot lead but were not fatally
n.< uses whose establishments were en Saturday morning Colon Itutchm- injured. After the shooting a exchanged The shouting occurred I I W.'s determined to control all affairs ly, II. C' Wimhi-rly, Max Wimberly

'.red Wednesday night In addition son and G. \Wilson went after tur- few knives came into, play and several when the town marshal and a garage --but within twenty-four hours Governor and It. C, Wlmbtirly, Jr., motored to

the police investigation/: the Fred tle eggs and made the biggest find of other men and women bear the marks man entered, a store to investigate a I' Peabody hail the entire state Middleburg< Sunday.

(I'" mas National Detective Agency the season. They left New Smyrna of cold steel.! Four arrests have been complaint that Pinkston was creatinga I militia on the gr.untlH-antl' no acts John I. Marr! wan, a visitor over to

."i',' called to investigate/: seven rob- atl/ five o'clock in the morning on a made in tho affair and those arrested disturbance. Pinkston SlaW the ofll- of cruelty were observed. There were Klngnley lake :Sunday.:' YMessrs.

9 rtes.aeut. motorcycle with sidecar and returnedat are at the county jail. cer enter the door of the store and Rome men killed. and soma were driven -' Burt and H. W. Moseley; ;

8:30: bringing in 1,118 eggs, taken drew his gun, but before he could l use from the state hut those men at of Lnwtey, were business visitors here

; IV J. Tooher and Sergeant/: from nine nests. They passed six Railway shop craft workers, said to it, Hunt and tho /garage. man openedfire ; the very height of their violence never I Saturday.

Khristjan Bredvad, of the U. S. air crawls that they did not dig. They be less than 1,000, quit work in Jack- on him. Pinkston fell, struck by showed cruelty which would put u Miss McCormick Manning! visited 55 5

u-rvice wero acquitted of the charge furnished their neighbors with turtle sonvjle) repair shops and roundhouses two or more bullets, and Hunt, think- Turk to "hn 1\(>. I friend. here Saturday and Sun It

>It murder in the first degree, the al- eggs. Saturday in obedience to the general ing the negro dead, went to him and ,So I"nloliS acts of this sort are palliated I day .

'!W I I at F.,B. Pitts, near his home in Grand juries of Florida have become trades unions. The figare given la .who hud. kept his /gun in his hand, fired tors of these) awful J/idignitii-n, are relatives ut Lnwtey Wednesday.

""unta Gorda, the case being tried in very active and inquiring bodies in based on statements of officials of the the bullet striking' the oflluer, in tho permitted to HMHUIIHwork In the H. A. Bryan wan! a visitor hero Sun

'hI S. District Court, Southern dis- the last two years. After being in session shops and lines affected regarding the fleshy part of the abdomen. The negro I plants they have endeavored! to do- day '

rii-i, of Florida.n for thirty-live jury of Hilluborough county brought/: and, who were subject to the strike rushed to hospital in Tampa, where i' and awfulness continue. Tho Mrs. L. J. !Murr and daughter, bliss\
returned to their home at
AltlioIR1' ;
( Lake county a road from Cler- in a lengthy presentment severely edict. Officials of the lines and shops his condition wan reported as being horrors noted ill the oversea!' war ,
Live Oak after pleasant visit
mom to the Groveland road, over ten scoring West Tampa officials and. the affected said that traffic will be kept serious. 'I were worse along mime lines than Sunday
relatives. t
here with
miles long Is being built for less' than sheriff and solicitor for the county for moving regardless of the strike conditions what have buen taking ,place, in placid
Sft.OOO a mile. The road Is to be clear- dereliction of duty and for allowing Officers of the Jacksonville Terminal : IS: THIS: A NATION Ol' \RIIARI- old Illinois-but it would appear that 'xx llcth Wimberly 1 1[. C. Wimborly -

.cl. Cfi feet will, 24 foot grade and 15 prisoners to be inhumanly treated by Company headed by the presi- AN:i? I a fear of losing political 1 prestige in ly, G. W. 1 Parker, W. M. Wimberly and 1a

feet of clay 18 inches deep. Cast Iron being confined in unsanitary quarters dent and general manager, donned I keeping! those who should act with Instantaneous II. C, Wimberly Jr., spent tho Fourth,

-Diverts will bo used and the road is without proper care and subjected to overalls and when the strike became Brutality has marked every stop of I and insistent\ protection at Green!! Cove Springs. t

n( be completed within ISO working the cruelties of a kangaroo court, pre- effective turned their hands to whatever the union*miners in the coal districtsof : for the laboring! men from doing! their I _

days. viously ordered suppressed.A work they found. So :far main- Illinois--and the fearful cruelties duty. If a crisis must come it were .
4 perpetrated by members of the union well that it camo llukkly.IllIlIlm.mle -
N SNsar!+rt .ys3t.aaa omen M.WM
G. W. Parker, 6;;, was killed !almost curiosity in plant growth and development and oilera and shop laborers have --both men and women-have settled Gazette. 1886 ,
instantly Tuesday morning when a in Florida is a sunflower not been culled out and all these for- once and, for all the rights of that

Pile of lumber toppled over on hi awhile at the home of Gug Halt of Lynn Ha- ces remained on their Jobs. body of thugs and torturers. The Associated I IIICHLANU;

he was selecting boards from a ven. On one stalk are ninety-one well Press, always careful and' .

stack at the T. W. Ramsey Lumberyards developed sunflowers. The plant is Town !Marshal II. B. Hunt of Mul- conservative in its presentation of I Highland, July 7.-Mr. 1I1dIrs.! !'. DAVI.SINSURANCE

at Tampa. Life was not extinct really a tree, so numerous are the berry was seriously wounded, Charlie facts, has sent out to tho entire world I). Lang and little son spent the week rY

when the man's body was removed blooms. Mr. Halt says he has a fine I'tnkston negro, was killed, and another a partial account of the cruelties exIsting end at Otter Creek visiting hU brother -

from the mass of boards, but he was patch this year, with stalks nine to negro slightly wounded in a pis- !' upon the part of union miners Bailey Lung und family. .

dead on arrival at a local hospital to twelve feet high and bearing an average tol duel in which fifteen shots were toward those men, not of tho union., Miss Elmer: 1.lInlorf'turnl'd to her I at

which he was rushed. of five cars of corn to the stalk. who desired to earn a living by producing homo at Otter Creek Friday, after a

Garden reports from all parts of town r.4b.1f dI what the world needs and re- ,two weeks' visit here with her grandparents

The number of federal personal in- make this an unusual season for pro. ,quires. Mr. and Mrs. David Lang.
ome tax returns for the; calendar year duction. Herrm and its surrounding territory II. C. Wimberly, Jr., and G. W. Parker STARKE ,
has been the scene of horrori! made business trip to Lawtey r t
ended Dec. 31, 1920, filed in Florida __ a
L Alonson M. Haire 40, lifelong resIdent Tired I 1 for it was there the union minors, on Saturday \

CALOMEL USERS TAKE of St. Petersburg, died as the I strike, did their worst. A correspondent Martin Tanner of St. Augustine, IXQ.DI'D plputtelatQlaNOIDOarGNnm"c 4

AN AWFUL RISK result of being "finned" by a catfish of the Associated Press wires: spent several days here last week tho COFFINS & CASKETS 1 ,

28 Haire was taken to a '"I was weak and rundown; "Out on a road near the mine nix guest of his brother, 0. .E Tanner. I
Very Ned Dose of Treacherous Drug hospital years several days ago for an am- relates Mrs Eula Burnett, of men, tied. together/ all of them wounded J. I. Marr wan a visitor to Max- And a Full Line of 1

May Start Terrible Salivation putation of his leg, but he grew worse Dalton Ga. "I was thin and by bullets and knives lay In a ville Friday. ',UtlJut lteu' Sapplit

operation was not attempted. Just felt tired all the time. II! I scorching sun while scores of men and Mrs. David Lang, Mrs. Richard
and the
The next dose of calomel you take old Haire was didn't rest welL I wasn't 1 women laughed at their pleas for wa Langland, !Miss Eliza Strickland J were AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

may salivate you. It may shock your When twelve years above, the knee hungry. I knew, by ,, ter. One of the men, his fare bloody shopping in Starke Saturday.Mrs. Always on hand. The best MTal kk
liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel struck on the leg, just ., I needed a. tonic and II: shot was ric. the lowMit prices. Sp.- }
and his shoulder away apparently J. A. Starling went to t.awtey
He fishing
!is is quick- the fin of a'catfish. was Swe.
dangerous. It mercury by daJ attention to telegraph or-
therein better than- of his
none minutes
: within Monday for a visit with relatives. i Id'
bile like bay at the
ilver. It crashes into sour with other boys on Tampa 1 Registered Embali /
death. Ellis McCormick held l services at ,
dynamite cramping and sickeningyou. time. The injury caused him troublefor I'
Calomel attacks the bones and many years bu tonly recently be.came 'Please, boys, give me a drink; he the Baptist church Saturday night DeWTIT C. JONES ft'i'
should never be put into the system. serious. moaned."A and Sunday morning returning to his
If you feel bilious, headachy', con- 'ICARDUII laugh from the hundred of homo at Manning Sunday ..fternoon. STARKE FLA v' wt

stipated and all knocked out just go A deplorable-accident happened spectators was the only reply. Misses Ethel Ricks; Beth Wimber t CDCIIDIG DaJCDmU/l.................... ,} r ,
to your druggist and get a bottle of very between Kissimmee "The men apparently had been drag AI t
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents .on the road road behind auto (
ged dawn a rock an
which ia a harmless vegetable substitute and Alligator take, when Mrs. Elizabeth I IE mobile. Their clothes were torn and You will make a mistake

for dangerous calomel. Take a Hart was run over and instantly The Woio's Tonic pieces of gravel were imbedded In the Big Reduction In Prices 'If you order your fertilizer -
Stokes. At the coroner's
spoonful and i if-it doesn't straighten killed by Andrew
under mangled flesh. without getting our new price (lists just issued. Plenty j'of
than nasty a
and quicker Stokes was put
you up better inquest
hurried to Materials shipment. Order Fertilizers, IBsectlcides. -
calomel and without making you sick bond of $1,000 and turned over to the I began using Cardul." "The newspaper man a prompt now. i1
you Just go back and get your mon- grand jury. The only eye witnesseswere entlanes Mr*. Burnett"Attar I nearby house for water to relieve the Sprayers, Poultry Supplies., (

ey... Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kinny, who my first bottle. I slept distress, but upon his return a gang E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ;
Don't take calomel I! It cannot be Mrs. Hart from better and ate b ttter. I took: of armed men drove him from the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

trusted any more than a leopard or were accompanying that Stokes four bottles. >ow I'm well I spot. iI
Liver Tone church, and they testified Get NEW March 1922, reduced price >ts before buying.
a wild cat. Take Dodson's "When he again begged for water
driving recklesly, turninghis feel Just line, tat and sleep, -
which straightens you right up and was from one side of the Toad to my sldn Is clan and I batealusd I 'for God's: sake, a young woman witha
salts neces car
makes you feel fine. No Mrs. Hart war, 75 years and ..... feel that baby In her arms placed her foot on '
because other.
children the
Give it to the i y
sary. Cardul Is the beat tonic ever' the mangled body and said: 'III see
, t\ It U perfectly harmless and cannotI of age. GENERAL INSURANCE
: water.
made. you in hell before you get any .
i Adv. 67. -
I vate.- -- E
Col. Raymond C. Turck, commanding Thousands of other woman .'" HAROLD C. WALL
Habitual Constipation Cured the 154th Infantry Florida Na- have found Ca dill last as.I And all this In America, where the

In 14 to :21 Da.aI tional Guard, has been awarded the I Mrs. Barnett did It constitution given every man the rightto

"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" In a specially Habltu';: distinguished service medal "for exceptionally help you. earn his living and the government STARKE FLORIDA ?

prepared SyrupTonio-Laxa-Jve for but meritorious and distin- At all druggists.yx has undertaken to protect every da-!
Constipation. It relieves promptly aho1&lJ occupation I In FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto guished 'services" as divison surgeon, cent and, legitimate
Induce regular action. It Stimulates and 35th divison, during the Meuse-Ar- L Colorado, In the 90's, the Western ,
Regulates. Very Pleasaat to Tatar 60c gonne offensive in 1918, according to 1Iii.I: :... Federation of Miners and the I. W.
per bottle. -


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Carlstrom Field on two trains yest,< trfe rfsi'i| ' MATURES
St Telegraph{ I COREAN BOY like hawk cook ,iI
Bradford County rlay. The second train had not yetI tlon of relief in It"In 1,01104. me o my
reached Brooks Field at the time of response to Hitpcals from I'res''- --- of M what is the Tbaby's ''a" a bear, n\V'mother-fn-lm ,
', Ale Freddie ,
at -
Married !
----- : --- I E. RUllt dent Harding.: OAIIIIOIShoup an.: Youngster May Be I i an old gorilla. When I goI '
:the accident Capt. Charles ame'I
and entered i as Customof
weekly to
Published Seven According I
} ; other governor .d .i' -tern states am want a change.
t ) second class matter, at the post commander of the first train, was one through local ('li i ,icrt of the lie, the Country Ma\ -The baby hasn't any name yet. :
1t I I of the first to reach tho wrecked plane how did he know hejelonged
: Then
office at Stnrke, Florida. Cross and nth -r n iiMiunliy> Freddie- I I PUBLIC NOTICE
_"" :c_ _= '",,- .-- "-:_ = and saw the two struggling; : men as lions, |I'"hl1"-'Iplrl". d 1 itl/ons brouglil Any time after n (uienn" boy Is 'evenbe 1 to us?_Pittsburg Dispatch. I 'rhe rvglnlriuiun books ot the I.Fiorida I.i,
'- by tho heat. marital" nnd he Is seldom will be open Hi the oirit(
they were overcome the total niiitrlMiicl\ For 1'upuln re may be ..
I .,;. E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownf'f When Thompson's body was recovered liabllltatlon\ to uiori' than $3Z: .OO(), Will unengaged at 12 or U..t that I luh l.Inik: 14th.for b"ItIrll: : : .tOfl iuiiIrani :; '
\ wrought by (In<' wind his I'I"tDII-lt he tlll -Coma with me to the 70"1.> I hp,
it was found that his watch had Tho terrible havoc time lu !! BrlRgs C. A. YI l
'i I \ ..f; I "Tuft (is going! to Europe: to 8tudy stopped at 5:01. flood waters Is a mutter of record'!. wears' one In thcqp emphenrteil" days Jiggs-No, thank you. My eldest t'lurailnn Officer Town; of Si,,1

I \ law," says a news item This is on a More'thnn 2,300 humps were alTecliiJ -Into a topknot and swaggers n bit l laughter does tho kangaroo walk, m\; .---..1feSSfnfhrt ,

;" :, par with going to Labrador to tully( TIlE 11EUKIN LESSON and 7,331 persons were left liomolM. I !n the presence of the unbetrothed. -
i 1'\' agriculture.v estimates of DflOivm) ) nt an IIb"ollllllmloll11unl Formerly, If a Coreim boy had any -.
;t i':," for rehnl llltutlon were mad I schooling nt nil he squatted oil day -
I v his bills The brutal 1 massacre of two score by ned Cross! oftlelulg In charge! of tli' on the mlioolroniii floor learning, to
I The man who pays prom
I L in the communr men nt the Ilerrin, 111* mines is de. relief work, read "and write, hut nnt to rpenh t
I ? ly has a standing plorcd by all right-thinking peopl Fast Work In Wall Street I Chinese and he would<1 lime thought Ii
that slander and envy cannot succes! acquired ,
I a The devilish fiendishness of the torture The Wall street explosion, wet notable himself well 1111':1\1': It he A I Ia'
9 ; I iTT :fully attack.-Apalachicola Times. inflicted upon the wounded, and In thnt relief workers of the lied a vague knowledge of the maxims to of I ITIS1GN'f

I 1 Cross wore on the scene twenty minutes Confucius He often felt content
of the dead shock the
; t Manufacturers; of radio supplies IIro the mutilation 'aft to become public worse than anything! that haa+ to the
their wires In to net as nurse
not allowing race riot nt Tulsa nice vas unique pony or even .r rL.
I .i cold, but work the fad for all it Is occurred in im.>]istrinl warfare for a disaster relief onnnH! In that outside baby while. his older brother Wrestled 1,

S worth while it lasts. The big dailies long time. As details of the awful of a small, emergency relief fund contributed with the Chinese ilnnsles. Under

5 l i' give them all the free advertising they horror are verified, there is difficulty : by the Red Cross, the tint!) the new regime the school hours are e

1 vi want in believing that such brutality could I relief measures outside the city con : ntlll long and strenuous, but the boys
have occurred in this country and slated of the service of social work ; pursue a Japanese course of study
circumstances. ers, nurses and a ruined executive ''In Japanese They probably] would
\\I y j W. J. Bryan is going to take the any whose object wall to assist local force I vote their games mole Interesting than T's rComes

4 stump, it is understood, against the There is no justification for IIlJch In directing their own efforts. any curriculum whatsoever Their national

e Darwin theory. The more W. J. 1 B. Brutality. The coal company mllY In decided contrast with the pre sport Is stoiie-nghtlnn/ which

I haggles over this uninteresting and. have violated agreements,' but lIuch vlous year, only one tornado a lIume. they carry on during the first fifteen
5 i ; ; obscure subject the more ho prov< violation could not be blamed upon the proportions of a major disaster ; days of the New Year. At the same
There This occurred on April 19: In the border have sky tournaments In rf/thJhese
} ""i that at least some men are close kin men whom it employed. may i season they
( monkeys.-l\Iacclenny\ Standard. have been a strike at the mines, an] sections of Texai and Arkansas' which they cut tha string of one an I
I ). l, n to the men who took the vacant place with the city of Teiarkann as the I other's kites and take the falling kites I
center The significant, feature of this .. prizes.-Marietta Neff In AslnRoot's K Shoesof StrikingStyleMARTHA
control assumed risks but reasonably none
i A spinster doctor says sex disaster relief work wm the fact that ,
l knowledge Is constantly\ gaining, and fo terrible in consequences as those I It covered BO much rural territory as i

d1 m I' ,_ Jn the near future such parents who hey: ;; encountered. The situation created < I to make necessary large number of CleverneBI. ; WASHINGTON shoes

f want boys, but get only girls, can -demanded attention from the ol relict workers. have taught millions of

rC lave} it their! own way. Sure; anl Icials of the county, but they coul I The famine In ClTlna 1 necessitating A lawyer] who once opposed suit Ellhu tells) : that foot comfort no longer necessitates
Boot In II bieach-of-promlse women
d y : that will camc $1,000,000 by
,>, be able to choose their own pai There seems to have bee : alone
will savagery. and for their beauty ,
ot was by fur the )most serious of the broken heart, was: n very pretty 'I' that you would select
t' g' ents. acking all alclig the line exercise I foreign disasters In which the vivacious girl. Hoot defeated her- there awaits you the welcome surprise of un i

common sense and reason, with tho I Cross gave; aid. ** nel'I I,, and me-by ending his defense with I accustomed comfort-ease unlooked-for where
i In 'Lake county's salubrious climal result that all concerned are to be: words: thought.
I I Build.Jp. lt Macninery these ultra elegance has seemed the only
events (vide Will barged with responsibility.In 'Gentlemen of the jury, do you I
deaths 1
iF ..1 nro rare I In connection with the administration / Inspect these shoes. Let us give you a fitting
t' Powell). And even if they shuffle off! such matters there Is little sal I of disaster relief measures' an Increasing really think that this charming jounlady's I
/ this nicxtul coil, they are not too dca sfnction in placing responsibility. Indeed I effectiveness! on the part of I' life Is blighted or that her pros- I

to move about. Tut this assertion' the there is little in punishing thosesponBible. I the Red Cross to deal with emergencies I II petts of getting married are prejudiced & JohnsSTARKE.
Eustis Lake Region is our authority; There would be more i In I was! manifested during the past In the least I don't suppose ri Griffin

l After telling that the body of a ma revcnting horrors of this, kind, eve year. In S2S Chapter {if thp Ainei4- i you do. There Is not one of you 'I. FLORID V
would be averse to forming
have been formedspecial who'
Cross there
-; was found floating in a lake, tho po- he: employment of violence] to any can committee! to survey the resources 'acquaintance of so delightful a per-

';I per continues: "The fact that the legree in industrial controversies I of their respective( communities on. Why, look at her now-she Is : Martha Washington shoes will bring you a

q' body was touting is conclusive cvi There is certainly weaknes sin peuc : "' and to be prepared In case of ictunlly 'smiling at me, but I must at i realization of what genuine comfort can

ll dence that the deceased was dead be, power and authority when such terri : disaster In others of the 3,402) active once Inform her that I am not In the I new mean, even with the most beautifullyclad

.A forerreaching the water." I blo assaults upon law and order are Chapters, a network of communication matrimonial market: "Boston Trnn- foot. The shoe you, want is in
f tot prevented, cognizant as'authori)!- I bas been formed through which Instantaneous script. I stock.

1 The delinquent tax lists of the stat ies undoubtedly are of the possibill relief, may be. dispatched to mMtI our ample

:C how that in South Florida, where the ies of industrial strife. While court I any part of the United States Unlucky Tom. '
h That Its work In this field be I 1,1t1
i soil, according to the newspapers, the nay not act until crime is committed, E'lTptln mqv: A real fashioned Yankee wm telling I
+ continued with ever greater +
real estate dealers and the commercial peace authorities can so anticipat a friend of tho 111 luck experienced I
ness, the American Ittll'' Cross I Is appealing
f bodies, should be composed of 1oI'0ld lisorder as to make it improbable i If for widespread, renewal of by his son Thomas 1a.'iartha

rand, paying of the taxes on real estate lot impossible. It'a time that the membership during Its Annual Roll "Take the last case, as an examPle'1

Is very much neglected. The Vest iVrginitt mine war and the Illinois )- fall, to be conducted" this! year from be said. "Just! as soon at rashington

smallest list' in the state is that of massacre caused serious thoughnd November 11 to 2.1. Boston to work. Tom fell In love. She Shoes
lived In one of the suburbs, and directly I
Franklin county ut there land it so action looking to the prevention'ofdill"Orders Tom made up( his mind he liked
little used till sqAiorseB pull all the and horrors of the kind- LIFE SAVING CORPSENROLLMENT
x 1 : tier, lie went and bought a fifty-trip
plows uxed. The Franklinites cult Exchange.; 10,000Growth ilcket: to her place nod"Well -" I

1 vate the sea and only cure for dry wluit happened" --- -------
-- -
land when tho weather on the gulf of Ited,! Cross Life Saving: / "What happened, ? Why, he was -

t I ;' becomes too rough.STARKE 59 DISASTER' DEATH Corps throughout the' {country continued turned down at the second: call and -' : ii
: unabated during the lust flsccl Iho ticket was )left on his hands I If I i
of the year'sichlppmpiitN that 'Isn't hard luck, please tell me I
a Hummttry
; MAN TOLL fOR ONE YEAR bv Unit lied Cross !Service what Is i I'-Milwaukee Sentinel i i WANTEDRecruits

'j I shows. There!. are now tllO()( Corps ,

rm, 5 t>i _M> ivlth a 'total meinherHhlp of more then New Shp Signals for Use in Fog. _"""",,, ,"'> __' -'C' __ __ --

t WITNESSES\ HORRIBLE Red Cross Gives $1,871,000 Relief 10,000 lulllolcntly) ) niemtipi skilled' of In whlc-li the work 1,270 to ore lift :Most ship collisions In tog are due
In the exact
to; the dllliculty detecting
When 65,000 Families is txninlnern. Among tho nitstnndltigI'hleveimMit llrectlon that the whistle and bell I for Co. "G," 154th. Infantry, Flor-
of the Tied fioxs In tills
ACCIDEN1 Arc Made Homeless.. "li'ld during the la"t year woe the. ornnlratlon ilgnals: has collie devised from A a veteran new method sea captain to : Ida National Guard.

4L /:: at the> united, States Naval

r, Forty-tliree disasters. resulting/ In \cmleiny, Annapulls, nf nhnt Is per.In overcome He uses this.four signal- horns of dlffer- Sixty drills a year. Fifteen days encamp-

L I'LANE CHASIIES AT TEXAS FLY the death in (lie United! :States of 80< blips the largest 1U'1t Buvlnj; corps tnt tones, two sirens, a steam whistle ment in August. *

+ 1 ISO FIELD] KILLING TIIKEEOCCUPANTS persons and the Injury of 2r>00 called the: world.yWARD and a steam gong operated] by foot /

OF PLANE For emergency relief measures and! OFF DANGEROUS "COLD"Much levers.! Each of these corresponds!: tone
'+ -", the exremlltnrt of $1,871,000 by tin > of the cardinal points of the com- Regular Army pay for armory drills and encampment. |
Ca \merlcan Cross during/ the fiscal ass, and li: Hounded In a fog only
b I* R. O. Daniel, Pullman conductor rear ending Ijeil/ June :>U, 10'Jl:! nays an Sickness May Be Prevented by when the chip Is headed In that dlreoJon. Applicants must be physically fit men, of good moral
arrived In Preventive '
alNn Starke of Few
I well known by : Adoption *
the f rtli- .
innuuniuniont based upon' >
f'1 San Antonio, Texas, Thursday of las outing annual report ot the net! Cron% Measure. character, between ages of 18 and 45. -

week, bringing a number of aviator.. These dlsimters. 'I from Carlstrom Field to Brooks Field ice estimated at $3OIIktNxaIT: ) ) ) tteddxtyHeven ; A few prrcTTuflons will decrease the. Having retold his favorite Joke several "Apply to
f cold from exposure
r : He witnessed the ascent of three aviators coiiiiiitinltleK nod. rendered liability of catching ) times wither* eliciting even a I
well I!
rains of winter-as
I', t the fall of the machine nnd.thi! tI tt.OUO: ) fdinlllei huinvlvMs. of as its snows.to the Slime of the simplestpreventutltes polite smile from any of his listener., Capt. Julian L. Peek or 2nd Lt. Harold C. Wall
1i I. burning of the unfortunate men. Hi The jwar's disasters! were vary those that nature Bogus turned angrily: on his heel and:
several which ale ,
ng Opus, Including/ pre ucmmr"caii
sends us (the following: clipping fron Mously hud never been thought 01is herself! fimiNhc*" None needs to catch 0111 tars: ';JI1IIDCCWWID""DU1WI1"J! (J.IlUII.JJiIIIt"lCDac"'DmmmmmID: <

_a San Antonio paper: falling within> that <'In811111'II, a cold when wet It he or she will walk
r, Three aviation cadets were killei tlon The ICed Cross furnished, or' run home briskly Wet clothing ,

l and their bodies burned when a PiHuvilaml relief In seventeen Ores of magnitude, draws the hint from the body and 4 I

1 4 in which they hail Jus five floods, seven tornadoes or cy loners, the temperature below normal. -

{i risen at Brooks Field fell from I i iheight a Llonea: one detiiNtntlnic storm, threeixploslons This N dangerous Hut It the heat of \

,'? "' of 200 feet yesterday' .; af ternooiat Including the one In Wall the body Is maintained. by exercise, WORK.SAVE. .
5 o'clock.The itreet; one building accident, twj little or no harm results from the wet When You Have Nothing
i4 ; ypbold: epidemics, the most serious be. clothing. If obtainable, two or three -
pi dead are: Ing that at Salem, Ohio, which afTected lumps of sugar should l be eaten. This i A'
Waldren R. FarreH, 24, Philadelphia 0 per rent of the population;; helps the heart's action and) supplies! TURN OVER.

pilot, killed instantly. me smallpox epidemic, In the republic considerable bent to the' body.
William C. McCoy, 22, Nashville, >,f Haiti; one train wreck the race riot Many: deride the popular bullet that You SAVE AGAIN.

i Tenn. it Tulsa Oklu. ; the famine\ In China,, It Is Impossible to catch cold from a

1 George C. Thompson, West Philadelphia imentency relief In famine among the wetting with sea water, but the state KEEP SAVING.
Pa. Indians of Alaska, the IIrlu.1Iopperplallue ment holds much truth. The salt retards -
married In North Dakota and nn earth, e\aporutlon and thus chilling of Want
i None of the cadets were Money' KEEP TURNING. ,
Thompson's grandmother, Mrs. William quake In Italy. the body Is delated. Obviously, thatIs
1 Pueblo Most S riou. aD advantage. Further, the salt
Martin of West Philadelphia, am
By' far the most evre of the dls- acts as a stimulant and assists the
of the others hav
the mothers two <
alters In the United States during the! circulation of the blood. That Is another \
been notified by the army authorites period covered by the Red Cross report advantage.\ Thus, nnleci In un-
Farrell! and McCoy had] flown from was tbs Pueblo flood early In usual circumstance. there Is much Carry out the above policy and you will have money. Each year you' will

their station at Kelly Field to Brook'! Tune, 1921. The rehabilitation problem less chance of a cold remitting trllll1 have .
l Field earlier in the afternoon. Thomp confronting' the Red Cross In an Immersion In the sea than In freshwater ,more money. ,

son had just arrived at Brooks Field Pueblo ,wee one of the moat difficult ,
from Carlstrom Field In Florida, II In' recent years. When the flmt news Those, who feel much depressed In

1 few hours before, and was on his way of the horror win fleshed throughout wet weather should form the habit of But to do this it is advisable
the country, the American Red Cross Increasing: their rate of breathing. The
i to report for duty at Kelly Field for I I
v bombardment National Headquarters' responded with depression is due to the Increase' of When You Have to have banking connections
advanced training in the Money ,
/ t I a grant of $103,000 for relief work. vapor In the air, and the consequent
m group. The other two had fin- governor Shoup of Colorado, appro.latlng proportionate decrease ot oxygen. first as a means of laving

+ ishrd their preliminary training some the lone and successful experience ', Quicker breathing, a. U obvious", and then for convenience in
t months ago. of the Km) Cross In organising pumps more oxygen Into the system YouWant

The machine rose easily when the Haunter relief work, placed the .hfcuu nod the ,ilepre.Klon departs. the transaction of your increasing -
three men started out, but after reach -- ,, fr the admlnUtnt' business.

ing a height of 200 feet; the engine '-..
l I l stopped and the machine crashed before Itl.+r- More This bank is ready to serve t

54 it could be got under 'control, 'HAROLD HUME W...p. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.Jr. ,
Farrell was killed Instantly. They Pmidral Vic.Pr-ld.nt .. T'.... you.

other two lived until officers and enlisted .
; Best;Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry -
men the
in the vicinity reached ...
v, plane. Their cries were heard as they Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices BANK OF STARKE

F t struggled to free themselves from the _
Prompt Shipment ,
1 wreckage. Before they could be ex-

i ?? :.tricated ,the flames from the exploded 5. Ask I your n.i.hbor-H. knew Paying by check is i easy ,; I Paying by check i is safer" ,.

gasoline tank overcame them. 5 Gel New July lit price list, JUST.ISSUED. E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. ., '. ...'
; : GEO. c. WHITE
I l.w lL Cashier
Thompson was one of a group of 80 Fertilizer \ ,
t q E. 0. Painter Co, &iek* TiUe, FU,
officers and 600 men arriving from
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FRIDAY, JULY 7. 1922. {
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, by his old friend, Max Stokes, who islupcrintendent |Iby Notary L. A. Brown. Mr. Peacocks ::I This proposition;;is undoubtedly in !j !' ;

of the R. L. Dowling Q 1aA I employed in Gainesville, where ho i I j Riwwer to the supreme) court's recent '

: N & Lo. Industrial Farms in Clay county 'and Ills bride will reside. decision in the Coronado case, and 1 k

Bits of Local $ The melon was exceedingly fine J P. M.\ Barefoot was in Starke Monday I would, if carried out, destroy the en- ,;

1 1 I I in e\erv particular and each one who i transacting burtincus. tIre plan of our government. ltd i :

I received a slice counted themselves ,> j Mr. and Mrn. Shelton Edwards and founders wisely! made ....itf legislative j'

Information IIpn4e I fortunate. children, of Tampa arc here on a vial executive and judicial branches independent I .

-- I lit with relatives of one another. The enactments "

e- ... r...,.. .....". ..... -.I Come in and see the new line of I of the legislative are subject 'I
.... .. W. c._.. ...., .
7'_ I
Oxfords and for Women and WATKRMILI, I
Straps ha
to I approval or veto of the executive ;t.

(Children at Griffin & Johns' I and the laws of the one and acts ",

I Waermill, July -Services were of the other (to a certain extent) are i ih
VV Sherley has moved to Cres- visit -- O. C. Cady who is an enthusiast in I held Saturday and Sunday at Doilunby : revlt'wllhhy\ the Judiciary. To the 4 c j,

City.viargaret; I mi the! East Coast horticulture, has among other fruit We Grind Our Own Lenses I Rev. Connerly of Statko. Large I supreme court tho people are indebtedfor
Alligator trees on his place a young apple tree. congregations attended during both the preservation' of many of their ",

o -... Raincoat-the beet ever- This year he got several apples from NODELAYQa.inesVillc. days, rights. Decisions which deny rights j ,
reduced to $5.00. Griffin !
Pomeroy of Jacksonville & Johns.
the tree', one of which was brought to Florida. Mrs. J. H. Brown and daughter, claimed! by some may preserve more ,
siting Lucile Mitchell. I
} W. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee the Telegraph office. It was of good were' shopping in Drooker Thursday: valuable rights to all.
size and color mellow and juicy and I ,
nlk;. Petticoats reduced to 08c at spent the Fourth at Kingsley:; lake of holster, of Gieinesville spent Sunday eveniiijr. I In the Coronado decision: the supremc II'

.riffln & Johns. with Mr. and Mrs. 1'. .E ,Cano brought as good here flavor from as the any North.of the apples herewith\ friends. I W. \V. Brown wad a caller to New court denied exemption to some 1.I 1.. ''
Wednesday. which the law denies to) all. That's! all
A. Weeks and Lewis Shriver
R. I
Mr. and Mrs Alva] Thonins was shopping! in !, that decision! did henco plj
Paul in
and E. Canova and was fully rI
Z. Adkins
i of) A daughter Ha- Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins are giving spent the week-end in Jacksonville.T. .
children, Mrs. W. C. Powell and chil- Rrooker Saturday. { accord with the fundamental principles 1I
;wi.i ipent Friday in Jacksonville. a house party at their Kingsleylake C. Hazen was a visitor to Hump.
dren are at KlngiOcy lake for several Ellery Thomas, of Brooker was In of our constitution. There must!
cottage, complimentary to Mrs. ton Sunday. I
weeks. this suction Sunday.! I responsibility for act and for d.-tin- I
01. D. E. Knight spent Monday Inlacl'lenny Adklps' sister, Mills Mabel Edwards Mr.. and !Mrs.\ Jno. Shriver and I Ibe I
I We arc glad to report that !Mrs.\ J. rages resulting from acts. The court
( i iIt.
and !Mrs\
on professional business. I of Gainesville. The out-of-town daughter; Marguerite R. A. I cases'
Mrs. Brown and Mrs Ola Goodce have 'has rendered decisions In
Ralph Rhodes -Tallahassee I many
Weeks and children
guests are Miss Annie Lee Farmer, of spent Sunday atKlngslt'Y
came Sunday to spend several weeks lake iftiprovcd from their recent illness. I j in which capital was interested hav y;
Gainesville Miss Helen Davison of
and I'
Stewart Pomeroy Mr. Patrick, with her parents Mr. and, Mrs J. M. Misses' Rhode, and Hebu Brown left 'ing tho same purpose and effect But \
Atlanta, Ralph Simmons, of Jackson Mr. and Mrs Luther Pinholatcr and
.it Gainesville, spent the Fourth at "
Alvarez. j Tuesday for Macclcnny! to take the capital has not proposed<1 limitation of t
Starke;! and Kingsley lake. ville, Carl Duncan, of Tavares Wil- children: of St. Petersburg, spent lust I I teachers examination. I Judicial powers because it recognized I

mot Brown, of Lawtey and Mrs. Ethel Sunday here at the home of T. C. Ha- (I .
County Superintendent II. B. Wig O. W. Thomas and J. Markey!\ attended : tho value of them to itsejf. Tho Coronado .
(lollis Knight of Gainesville! spent Dnvlson of Atlanta zen. church decision is of value to labor >
gins was in Mocclcnny Wednesday to at New Hope Sunday : if
tin Fourth with his parents Col.! and Dr. Bishop and Mr. Eddy! of Aluchua !'o
assist in the examination of applicantsfor ] I .T. rioodp: and Tnn IIoilRcs were it but profit from directions given :'
u', D. E. Knight. CARD OF THANKSI were here Sunday. I'I'I .
teachers' certificates.! bushiest! visitors to Braokcr Satur- The radical! phase of the,proposition i
I .
Mr. and !Mrs\ L. W. Sowell, of Ala- :
day.: Is appreciated only when'. its etrects'
have received from Tallahassee I
Misses Jeannette and Clara Mae chua spent Sunday here with relatives. '
mien. of Mrs. J. J. Bullen and daughter, Miss the official count of the vote for states |I J. H. Browtt was in Clayno Saturday are fully comprehended. For instance
( Tampa are visiting their I IL
Isabel> Mrs. F. A. Scott and (laughter attorney for the eighth judicial cir- ifl'onnresK veto the judiciary who will '
.rage, of Winter Haven has '
Miss Doris John Powell and L. cuit in the recent primary election been here for the punt few days visiting L veto the congress? It may be Ul'i
Hisa Sinah Moore, of the University L. Kins; spent Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. and it shows that I havo been nominated his sllt'rIrK.!\ J. B. Shuv.Messrs. swered that tho executive wilt sail }'j 'f

,. Florida, spent the Fourth at home, to serve as states attorney of A. A. llazcn, II. 1'. Gainey, the motion! if not the executive tho people will. b'
and Mrs. Walter Alvarez and the circuit for the next term. I am am picture. I This might menn throwing all/lo\.el'n-/
((11 I her parents. C. E. Crosby, A. B. Surrency, J. E.
I am the child! of man's the
!Mrs. R. \ i genius, ment\ to much for >
M. get as possible
Alvarez his mother of deeply antI profoundly( thankful to my as j
demons and S V. Andrcu spent lust
triumph of and lime! I J"
Jacksonville. I innn over space loss of stability. The dominant 'I
Miss Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville, were in Starke the first friends for this expression of their Mantl.iy in Sturko. j party
I mute but
I to
of thu week visiting relatives. confidence in me, and shall be the am a am eloiiuont constantly changing. might dominate
O'1t, the Fourth at home with her Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Ritch and little t ;
millions. I travel desert sands... I
ns-! j to the point where "life and
effort of life to conduct the affairsof liberty
bents Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore. my daughter of Starke
I spent Tuesday 'end the tallest mountain punks I ,
All Summer Goods> at reduced prl- the office in such a manner as towanant here { the pursuit of happiness" would no
at the home of R. A. Wcclis.Messrsv : '
traverse glacier forest !
N prairie, Jungle, -
ces. Griffin & Johns. their continued confidenceand i longer bn'! assured.--Eoxhange.
Vew line of Burson Silk. Hosiery at Joe Marren, II. S. Warren sea arty!( air! and! bring the vision I ... ;

nflin & Johns. esteem. and son, Myers, of Brunswick,' Git:, I, of thu of l fIllY f
Mr. rind Mrs.\ E. E. Canova: and fam Respectfully s were here Sunday. 1 I my Journeys to eyes common I !\ (young wife with will cf

ily'Mr. and !Mrs\ O. L. Bcasley! Misses J. C. APKINS, men. own-.-i have decided, to name
G W. Alderman and family and Mr.md Ray Andreu was Worlhington on 11m tho pleasant hour of prince her'j I rrt
Clara Mae and Jeannette Durden, Gainesville Fla. I!I baby Aphrodite. ,j,
Mrs C. the
l George White'spl.'nt Friday
and of anti little I
of and Allan ( : of child muster mjml husband .
Jacksonville tactful !
Tampa Cnnovn Ray ( who !
'ourth at White Springs. Miss Annie McLeod of Dowling I I I
boy. instruct delight
will the week-end BROOKEIlBrooker Ihu Grent! That the ,
spend at1ingslev name)- .was I t
I'ark who
has been attending the nor- I I shock I cheer
entertain phrase, ,
: lake.J. 1'1 of thu first I lovud.
name girl
ever Y
Davis of
Rawson Miami has 're- mal
here, left Sunday' for Jacksonville the world to laughter nnd
turned home'after' a short visit at the J July 7.-The normal which where die] will visit her sister, Mrs.J. move tears !May (after a brief sil'nl'e1) -

home of his father J. R. Davis.J. Clemons: of Brooker was in has been taught here this summer by M. Groover. guess! we'd better call her Adele.Topics .-
sublime .
I the teller of all
Starke Monday. He was accompanied Prof. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville! closed Several I from here spent the Fourthat I|I the am I the story dranm'H' of the Day Films i!

S. Griner, proprietor of Indian by his son, Dr. W. H. demons! / Thursday Prof. Shaw accompanied \ Worthing'tlllSprinlts.. ages.. am greaterbrother. I

of .Key West who is in this section by: part of his class will go to Mrs. Newmother wish I knew '
Lake Farms, in the Brooklyn section, 1 Owing to bad weather no B. Y. P. I have friends than nil the 1
visiting relatives and attending( to Macclenny next week to take the examinations what to name the twin boys. '
business Starke ,
had Monday U. was held Sunday evening Miss friendly men of Earth. I stir the v
I business matters. among them being Misses! 'I Undo Wetmore-Name 'em Tom( i'
Clara Cone m leader for next Sunday blood, I quicken the pulses I encourage -
Lorene and Emmie Ilazen, Willie Mae I and! Jerry and I'll make 'em a presentof
Mrs. J. R. Davis spent several' days evening. and all arc invited to attend. the imagination I stimulate, thoyoung "
Big Bargains in Bath Suits and! Oliver, Clara Cone Lubedia Plnhol- a fine china with their nameson >
last week hi Jacksonville visiting her Mrs W. A. Tillis, of Bowling Green, I comfort n,1 I solace the old mug
Caps. Griffln & Johns, Starke. ster, Lottie Gainey, Annie McLeod, is It in gold It.tterlIolll''ton Post.
nephew Louis Hoffman. hero for H three wct'ks visit with and sorrowing. bring priceless gifts
:Marguerite Shrivcr Mrs. L. C. Kazen, ( -

The safest and surest way bade to Messrs. Claude and Ardell Crosby. relatives. and make them yours.I I NOTICE': 4
Mrs. E. W. Harris- and son, Billy, I Virginia Weeks spent last week in show more of travel than 1'11.. town ooiinoll of titarlta. Dratlforit coun
health strength nnd happiness! is by Mary Shaw of Gainesville spent 'lye +1"rldn. will mart at tine round room i
of the Fourth with Starko with friends. :
Dinsmore spent all the books all the writers ; .
t penned by 'riir ,
the Tanlac route. Turner's DrugStore heer with friends.L. lHy. July 111.2 11 aa a board of oqunllmurn -
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills. :I Thursday G. W. Peacock and Miss MVra Pcn- (it the world. I preach sermonsto / amt will continue from tiny to diir. fur 1
Starke. L. Thigpen of East Palatka the inirpnce of hvarlnir onmplnlnU re- ,
I !'cock were married Sunday afternoonENTAYOH congregations greater than the ncivln tuMtlmuny ... U> the value of any
was in town Wednesday.Mrs. property. : ,
Powell Carpenter returned Satur'l I', Newton Chase who has been in Colorado Anna G. Murrhee, of Staikc combined flocks of the pulpits of all Iho Town Tax Aaaiviior. for the yuar 1524, ,
day from a two weeks' vacation uunlniit the Owner or nwnnta. of each prop.
I make for I make
and California for several lands happiness ort .
yearsis spent Tuesday here with her mother, "
on the East Coast. rE DeWITT C. .
here visiting his! parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. S. J. Kelly. for kindliness, II 1\1 the one) (treat International A. "'1I1'ClI. President. JONKS.C C.mnoll.

Yellow Homespun, 311! inches wide, Mrs. Arthur Chase. lIe drove from J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville agent D friend. __Clork'___. .__ S.23-2t.5.S! ,
Sun Francisco in Ford making 1 T am history, written for generations DANK BPATKMENTIt .
a for the machines
Singer sewing was
!2Vfcc' value! now lOco Griffin & Johns )'COLUMN to In that *"(mil, of (the. ounilitmn, ..f tha honk of ,
the trip In sixteen and( a half days. attending to business here Thursday coma a tongue every aitrhe. Ht Storks (in the anus' tf litrhlil.. at '
rare and sect and creed can under the rliiiw. of '....In"'.. Juno 80, 11)2.1.i ) ,
Wm. A. Mpitt of Plant City spent afternoon I i ltM ,
Jacksonville stand. I heroes fur posterity Inane iltNtimiiitii .._ .,____ t
E. L. Crosby of arrived Theodore Clemoni of Miami -- preserve Hint I Ott.lHH imI'nllvtl
several days of this week in Stnrko spenta HlHl.boinlH .__ _._ (I.VlflUOf) l
with his father A. E. Moitt.\ in Starke Monday, and( after few days here last week visiting FOR SALE.--Fine Berkshire! pigs Cnll I give centuries more of life to. Sane., county nml munloliml- -I-bonds.- _-- 4.ti"ii00Ilnnkintr |

shaking hands with his ninny friends I relatives. or write. A. Sterns, Route S, the arts and sciences. I am man's hutwo. furnituro Hxturri__ ..1"1,1111 ,
ilhur nRl i ttnUi -------------------7 U All
I here left for Brooker, to visit relatives Stark 7-7-2t greatest nnd noblest! invention Hnu Rom Inn..r..rnl1 bank1$515,15 I
Among the visitors to Gainesvillelast
D. J. Byrd and II. D. Wasdin were ('I,,in,. HMI,| otb v. rmuiiroMiiiHh __._ on.na
Graham to Starke Wednesday and 1 look after his landed Inter- week from here were, M. P. Ma- I am the motion picture.-Ily Arthur ('' Itfrnn :____-....?-.n.___..-.- ll.- 57f M
visitors 1 FOR SALE-16-foot square tent gov- James. 'Huh on hand -- ---__.-.___.__.___ 4.7U.
ests. J. C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. J. \I. '
theny, ,
: ernment'make 3 1-2 foot walls, in TnUil -_-_..___.____..-------145.512,17
I Lewis R. A. Weeks
Shaw Jr., Shriver rub.im '
excellent condition cash. L. II. *
of Jacksonville Latest Styles in 1I.&rth'L'I&shinjt' D. S. Hall who has been here for $30 ATTACKING THECOt'RIHCapital : !' f'uiiltiil Htork Auld In -- ,,.,-__._. 1II.0IIIOt) r
Mrs. Cora Sanders, ,
Eastman Starke. 6-30-21 >
ttur' duo 3.U".00"
spent the Fourth with her friend, Miss 'ton footwear at Griffin & Johns. the past six months ylsiting his sis ; Io.Jo'I:;! ;' -(I Ion-* XIHMIMM, and 1 4to
I us well as labor, would),! "re ... ptlidt) .- n___...-.,__..__ 1.52521 + 4
Addie Baisden. ter, Mrs J. W. Surrcncy, left Thurs WANTED-Good bird dog. I have the Intllviduiil J ili'|i Dowling & Johns, who have their form" the nation's Judicial system. d"lnxMlu: : : 57.2MrtO:
> day for El Paso Texas where he goes ---- -- NI'rou
cash. F. P. Jones, Box 62, Fort 'I Part Illfiiliw of 4l"i"Htit. . I.flJIJ.I'U'
Mrs. L. JI. Partridge came down quarters at'Alvarez's sale stable are to improve his health. Pierce, Fla. 630..lteF'Olt Tho former seeks ends through legislation (Vrtlli'd cheeks ......_.-__. n.--' 2.MM UO r
doing a lively business selling/ horses that defines, and thereby limits CuMhivr'a ohtekM ouUlnrullnif. h'_ 1UU.n
from Lake City Saturday for a f wdays' Messrs. Dave Dukes, Frank 'Cone
and mules. They have sold more than decisions. Tho latter working more '1,0)01-----------------------) .I4H.III3,11IIt
and J. Bishop of Alachua here
husband. were SALE--Strawberry Missionary
visit with her plant. .. -
I '* nf florliln. County of llrailfortl I a : p rI
fifty head during the past four weeks. Thursday afternoon eroute to Sampson $3.00 per I.OHOi; Kloiidyke ,direct undertakes to exclude from Ju- I, ten>. (:. While, CKjihiur:: of tam: aliovolmmiHllinnlt. i : 1
milch iliclal d clsitlit well ilo aolumnly' aweitr that the above itMte-
also handle good cows. / as legal appll-
Mayer Martha Washington Shoes lake. $2J>0 per 1,000. William Monden, mrnl I. true Ui the brut of my' knowliHlue. and
'!atlon mutters In which it is Intl.'r"It I "hHli.f.)
Griffin & Baxter bit
Every Pair Guaranteed-at \ Grady was Monday by a Starke. 7-7-21V4 OfXJ. C WHITE.
Johns, Starke. I Funeral Director D. C. Jones has mad dog belonging to C. J. Shaw. Tho ('d.lttor's latest proposition Is tome CnrrwtltAttvett. Caiihlar.K d

had the experience of having //I congress! veto over the supreme B M\TTHBW8:
unique dog was immediately killed and his FOR power A M, IIA KIIY, t I'

No man is stronger than his stom- one month of June pass without sel- head sent to the state board of health.A court, a proposition eonnldcraMy HutwierdHMl and J.:l W.aworn ANDREWS Ur brlore me Director\ thle *Otb, t' I 1

ach. Tanlac will make your stomach ling a single casket or coffin. Mr. message was ,received stating that nburn more radical than any It has yet day t>f July/ 1(122.( '

strong. Turner's Drug Store Starke Jones ball been in the business for the dog was suffering/ from rabies. Y M 'qk advanced, \ ".'11 E w.Notary IIAYES.I'uMIo.\ t, I 1

Fla. many years but has not before had a Dr. Bishop, of Alachua Is giving the u __. I

similar experience. > boy treatment arid it la hoped he will c Plrnpl.Bl.ekh..de.ee.Tan, Freckle mmClJOlmmIDDm/lllll>f / ilfmmmmCJ l OO J! )IIJDImmmmm.cnmmmmwmmlllmcummmmllRDmlOO> l qtr

Special Price-Maxwell House Coffee soon recover. I Hngn Magnolia halm infavntlycfxitaand

35c, at Griffin & Johns.W. J. A. White a well known Kentucky Fred Hazen, who has been doing relief burnuia akm( A *mv nothctdry i iitvA., i i I tne1Y'e"J >

farmer said he could beat his hands work at Dallas, for the past six \ kin well M blemished a WruWy. Make Removes akin S t4JLi

M. Wainwright'spent a few daysof shucking corn after taking Tanlac.Turner's .- weeks, returned home Sunday. V and completion clear,velvety, ,
beautiful Impart delkele,
this week with his parents, Mr. and Drug Store Starke.A Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, la.tiDK f raff ra oc e to Iht l>eron -

Mrs. N. D. TJTainwright. Resaie Mr.: and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot .poMibk. won't to detect.rub off. 1m*

57 pound watermelon was pre and daughters,.Inez and Juanita, were '
sented to J. W. White last SaturdayTo Use .
F. H. Long and family will go out In Lake Butler Sunday.E. .

to Kingsley lake today, where they All Women Who Want to Look M. Carter and Miss Marie Pin- MagnoliaBalm

will spend a month. Young

"This is! to let you know that Hag- Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Blakely of an'g Magnolia Balm is the best thing Druulite' 1r'3''J.: If PAZO OINTMENT: fkLlocitmltchtril.
> dlB4 or Fmtrnrtlnit P'I.-
Waldo, are on a visit to her parents I ever used. It does just what you ;"O"IV t.',..". ,mike- 1'1..... cr T v..t. t'r Elberton Blue ,Georgia Granite"THE

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden. say it will do for it certainly makes LIQUID Fact and STONE ETERNAL" ('

one look young. I will never be with. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE ToiUt POWDER .

Mrs. W. E. Middleton and children out it from now on. I remain Truly, j colon.: Brunette' And GEORGIAMARBLE'init.'variou.'-makeMEMORIALS

have returned home after a two weeks (signed)', Mrs. Mary A. Tuffly, 222 (In effect APrIl 30, 1922). White Kuae.Red" Pink lor bua.and' ; ,.exec I
....,. all "
Worth Texas." d. Sold \H
Humboldt St., Fort I SouthboundNo. dealen. or clu clfrom ,

Use this famous liquid face and toilet 1 reaches Starke at 11:40< p. m. at.., it ..1wpeup.d. a-0. I '

666 powder. Instantly beautifies. Brunette No. 3, 10:69: a. m. LYON MFC. CO. 9 tae. Renowned -l I )
white, pink, rose-red. 75 cents No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58 p. m. 41: So. Fifth .

at druggists or'by mail. Fyon Mfg. No. 15, Limited, 2:15 p. m. BKOOKJ.VN.N.Y.IIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IFOR'ARCHITECTURALDIGNITYa( : :' |j

Cures Malaria Chill and Fever Co., 42 So. Fifth St., Brooklyn] N. Y. NorthboundNo. jandlEVERLASTlNGlENDURArVCE '

Dengue or Bilious Fever. It kills -Adv. 2 arrives Starke 5:19 a. m. .....-

the germs. 666 quickyslrelieves": Colds Con No. 4 at 4:06 p. m. MONEY TO LOAN Three essential factors tofbe'considered in'buying-monuments i

No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47 a. m.
tipatioi liousness and Head I are, BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROP-
No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m. At 3 percent Interest ,
HOW'S THIS aches. A F nC Tonic.NO Wanne BranchNo. I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of.thi. ''co'mbi. )r

HALL'S CATARRH It-rid MEDICINE your ..".will< "" '101 leave SUrk. 7:4) a. m. THE FEDERAL RESERVE LOAN nation when'buyingjour: material. ,
.do .
of what Catarrh w or claim U..lor fnee.. caused by ca Worm In a neaitSy Child No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. COMPANYis

tarrh. w. do not re .omniiin'..-. with Worm hive on onlea.tby T. J. GRIFFIN, COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.,
Real Estate at 3
other dleeaae. lending on
cud money
bleb aeulu.
watch ImlKeue pour
l\mDICINE I. aIlglld ounir." : L.adin Manufacturer the SouthField
anti through ti. r..w .r !h. Moraach" ilwuulMUice.CFOVJS f
taken Inlern..UV. ael. 't I m percent Interest; long time payments.If
tbs blood the mncnne I111reereS 11tb. ; TAT'lE CHfU. IONIC lv-n r...!u- or Special Repre.entalle,
,upon hue ntJuclnll Ih. II1nllmm-- !-"y furtwoor tare* weeks wlr eninh tie blud.mtpra interested see I
tlon ey.tem and aantntlna Natui. in rs.wrnanormal ( vo th.ylrld,...aAd act a.ai condition ratogToclifn the whole iTetitn. No", r ""' I::gthrow 666 Fever Bilious i.eer. E.-k. IIAYE.H'
AU Druciclata. Circular free.F. nil ft rt""..! tnrm..sad rh.ChM"" wilt ".
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FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1922.
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-. ---- visitor to cepted the announcement war,
COUNTY | Edward Edwards is spending a few .:Mrs. Susan Teston was a
r, (I days in Gainesvile this week. Styrke Tuesday. misgivings that it would cont

.. .... .......................,. communi-I' of Jacksonville, spent over the week-end, and in :'in
.... Jack Starke
..............-..-.-.... --- -.1 Starke, and the farming : Briggs, Miss Iris Epperson, or was
1 r. ties of Bradford county are receiving I,1 :Sunday; Lnwtey at the home. of Mrs the guest' of her sister, :Mrs\ George with boost little Itokll'tI :M.\ f:. Edwards. Anderson, last week. disastrous results, because ti t I
} The BradfordCounty a generous in a
his ,
'Witli | dent was testing lender ''J
that is being distributed now to thousands John :Mann\ and sons, .Dennis, Carrel I Geo. F. Young left Sunday on a
which the American
i bill to
I i.
I 1 I I IF I : of people all over the United and Tate, visited relatives in Da-. business trip to Washington/ Baltimore \- whole are opposed. '
Farmers States and even in foreign lands, urging key county Sunday.J. 1 Philadelphia and New York. He a
and as matter! policy.
1 F *them to make their homes on the ( B. Rune and family went to lake expects'to return in about fifteen days Within a week after the pi'

Lj ll 1 l 1 L..._........._......4............................__.................__.J profitable Prospective farms farm of this"buyers locality., men who | spend Kingsley.three Thursday weeks. where they will Sunday\Mrs. J.school T. Moore class of entertained young/ people her ed assumption has happened of leadership; at 'the ;first th.

are known to be seeking the comforts, Mrs. Sam Norman and three children with a delightful picnic at Kingsleylake resistance, the leader is in rei i ,
-.- j independence and prosperity of farm went to Jacksonville Sunday to :Monday\ evening. There Were 40 stead of his\ den

RUST !MITE CONTROLLED BY the spores! may be removed life will, in consequence, be attracted spend a few. days with relative sand. ,I in the party, including a few Invited speedy action obtaining on the ship subs
) I In order to obtain seed corn free .
I ) SULPHUR to this part of the state. It is a> kind friends. friends. the lender has consented to t
y from pick ears from disease >
spores) of publicity that bound not only to of Jacksonville I Moulin returned to
free Gather the ears without is i Miss Rachel Boyer, :Mrs.\ Fortune ponement until the vending in/ '
tho plants. '
8 Recent: reports coming in from citrusrust I husking nnd husk after they have been )promote farm sales but to aid in put- is spending a few days in Ltiwtey at her home in Jacksonville after spending and the soldiers bonus bill shn..

( y citrus section show that the |I carried to some place where spores'will ting this community anft suction more I the home of her parents. Rev. and several days hero at the home of been disposed of, which, acc,,, ,

i k mIte !III stil doing Hufllelent\ fruit I' not be blown on them after the prominently on the world's map. I i Mrs.I E. D. Boyer. I her parents,'Mr\ and 111'11..1.:\ l'adJ.l'ett.I present indications, will be sou'
{c s to Injure the crop, unless sulphur I husks are removed. And the best of it is that it costs John, Edward, Baldwin! and Clarence -I The annual picnic of Grace Methodist in September, when wild hm. .
1 p /growers act quickly and apply nothing to the communities that will Marr of Highland, were visitorsto ", Sunday school was held at Mrs.\ wainropes and oxen could nn,,'

) I ; Z' t in somo form to their trees. ] profit by it. The movement is part of Lawtey Saturday.Jeff Howe's landing at Kingsley lake on congress in session with a en.,
r I
t: The individual runt mite I Is Under! barely HI j I THE BLUEBERRY a $1,000,000 compuign just launched I j and Vasco Griffith &f High- last Thursday. A large crowd attended sional election! at its height.

visible to the naked eye. I by the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Inr.i I iand, were visitors to Lawtey Fri- and all reported a good time The. presidential "Big Stick

: good lens! it appears as a long tapering ex-- I Talking of June blueberries, the De- :I lof i which the local representative is day.Miss I and a sumptuous dinner of nil kindsof ed out to be a feather pillow
The are
yellow wedge. legs I Funiak Springs Herald tells of a visit G. M. Inman, who is sending!: the book-' :Mabel\ Edwards left Saturdayfor good things.

'1F tremoly short, and its movement, slow.they I Ito the blueberry farm of M. A. 'Sapp, lets to persons throughout the coun- i I Gainesville\ where she will spend a /. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Blanchardand I FAMOUS:\ LAST .WORDS

i1 When numerous! on an orange I Okaloosa! county, near Crestview, thy who have indicated that they are few days with relatives. children, Frank and Nellie Mac, ,

i"u give it a characteristic mealy, or powdery and says "there are acres of blueberrytrees looking for new homes or farms in1 Ury Gunter of Jacksonville, was a of Fort Pierce, were guests the first I'\e used kerosene to hurry ''n

appearance. rapidly in dry,I I and bushes, some being thirty Florida. II visitor to awtjy Thursday and Fri- part of the week at the homes of Mr. kitchen fire for nearly twenty v'
They multiply very is years old and twelve feet high, and The booklets are.profusely illustrated -I and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and Mr. I'll keep chopping till the tr.
is necessary
+r, warm weather so that watch carefully for ;I other bushes much smaller. The thir- [ with charming views which show in i( day.Miss:\ Verlie Sapp, of Starke, is here and Mrs. B. L. Blanchard. After gins to fall.
to ,,,
I? for the grower ty old trees are In full fruit and bearing a convincing the wealth and '
manner .
few with friends this here they
few spenta
if he would pro- | spending a spending a days This is all foolishness about t h ,
, sI; ; { their appearance fruit., ]I i 1 abundantly, and Mr. Sap showed prosperity not only of the farming 'I week. few days at Starke and Kingsley: to use a staff to lead a bull W

duce bright of sulphur in some formpresents II I us onu bush from which he gatheredand (communities hereabouts but of Starke :| :Miss\ Rose Andrews, of Jacksonville lake before returning to their home I've always used a rope.I .
The use sold 06 quarts of berries last season also. The abundance and of
diversity I
best means of treatment, i.s a guest this week at the home of in Fort Pierce. just can't do nny more repun
the '
t I The ordinary commercial lime-sulphur! I| The idea 116 quarts we'have is right. Don'tget crops produced in this neighborhoodand Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch.C. Mrs.\ J. C. Cone, of Brooker, was on this car until I light my pipe

I solution has! been used most in the an that made an er'l the methods of growing them are R. Sapp, of Starke, was a visitor the guest Saturday of her sister. Mrs.R. Oh, 1'1R'et\ across the track
'I (I. ror in the figures, for we haven't attractively portrayed, the picture to Lawtey Saturday.Mr. ,
Prof. J. It. Watson, R. Thede. before the train gets here.1
past, according to the bush looks like It might have !00)(} including immense strawberry becM and Mrs. R. M. Tracey were
Station. It Miss Nelle Roberts was a visitor to never stalls.
of the Florida Experiment "
quarts on it now. The Herald man under cultivation, vineyards and close
is diluted with water at the rate of I called Macclenny Sunday on account Jacksonville first of the week. I'll stop here under this big '
adds that during the picking season, views of their
products examplesof
+ + gallon of the concentrated lime-sul- up ; of the death of a relative. Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular 'till the thunder storm passes.I \! .
which lasts from June to September the herds
1 dairy which contribute
I Norman and of Miami
solution to 70 gallons of water. Henry appointment at the Baptist church don't very often get in front
: phur Mr. Sapp furnishes lucrative heavily to the farm Incomes, and samples -
few weeks
Another method, which .has been are spending a near Sunday. the cutter-bar when the mower .is:
# ment to many pickers and emPloY-I! of tho luscious fruits for which
growing in favor during the past two I Rev. I. M. Belt held services at the gear but this team is gentle.
( vies as far south as Miami Bradford county farms are famous I here.Mrs.
I) seu.oni is) to blow sulphur) dust thru West as Texas. There is good demandfor ,, Even more striking are the j : Roscoe Strickland and children Macclenny :Methodist\ church Sunday Whitt in the world did they pm
a When : returned to their home in AVymauma this for? WI
blower. bridge
of danger sign on
the trees by means a Photo-I
the berries at all times, and they graphs which portray the. last.Fred
I this is done the sulphur should be are sold at a satisfactory'rrke..- attractions of Starke itself. last week after spending several Connor, of Jacksonville, spent crossed it with my tractor less n<
combined with air-slaked lime for best I v.;,-eks here at the home of her mother Sunday with his family near here.A a week ago.
Times-Union Short Talks. show a glimpse of a business street
j results. However[, this dust may be and a bank, a pretty residence.street, I Mrs. Louise Lowery. I
purchased' readymixed.As COUNTY 'AGENTS' REPORTS Arthur Bradley and family, of LEAIfER IN RETREAT TRUTHFUL, ANYWAY
a picnic at the State Farm, a park on
the' rust mite is liable to appear Jacksonville, were in Lawtey Mon- -
Lake Kingsley and of Starke'sbusiness
any time, watchful waiting:, combined Suwannee-A boys', and girls' club section.! part day. They were enroute to Raiford'i .Washington!: June 30.-When the The two village!: trouble-maker1- h

6 with thorough preparednes is the on. camp was held this week at Suwa.n- Several paragraphs are devoted to'' whero they will spend the announcement Was recently made that gotten into a row and the matter wi
to follow. relatives.W. President Harding had decided to be- taken up in court. Uncle Wash, i
ly policy nee Springs, with Columbia, Hamilton Informing. the readers that Bradfordand
counties! E. Torodo and family moved to come the leader of his party in mat- old gentleman of color, was a witne
and Suwannee represent-
its surrounding counties have
PECAN TUBE; ROKERS ed. More than 100 club members at- greater: percentage, of their land a'i j their cpttage at Kingsley Monday, ters of legislation and had elected to "Now, uncle," said the lawyer, "'"
: i where they will stay until September.R. assert his leadership on the ship sub. me just what conversation occurron
farms and a greater proportion of
Two kinds of borers attack the pecan | B. Moseley and W. II. Burt were sidy or ship bonus bill, it was hailed i I "I kain't jes' remember it all," ",
their farm lands improved than In I
_ trees,according to J. U. Watson, Polk-:Mont\! of the time this week other like section of the state any I' transacting business in Raiford Mon- with joy by that part of the Republican j I[I r plied the candid Wash, 'excep' rt.i I:
of the Florida Experiment press which had been criticizinghim each one called de odder what del
C entomologist has been spent in holding a series of Starke itself Is characterized as a day.Revs.
.' Station One girdles the trunk citrus meetings in Polk and Lake city having splendid conveniences, I' I. M. Belt and C. J. Ilammitt for his failure to lead, and was I I II -American Legion Weekly.
the other bores directly to the were visitors to the State Farm last I accepted by the Democrats as an acknowledgment -j
and the
counties, being asisted by district considerable wealth, a sociable people I j I
afternoon.Mrs. President medicine surely mak
Harding MAy-This
Thursday by
heart. agent and other county agents. Cit- and located in a healthful position on
destructive to Edith Cox, of Jacksonville, himself that he reactionary Republi-I your eyes smart.
The is
girdler each
clubs organized at of
rus were a plateau 160 feet above sea level.\ j ''
young trees. It feeds just beneath the : the meetings. The charms of Florida's and i was the guest last week of her sis- can congress was a failure Ray-Oh, put some on my head''

bark and can be detected by blackened I its climate are graphically! scenery portrayed |I] ter, Mrs. R. M Tracey. out leadership. The Democrats ac Topics of the Day Film.

a ;', arena which run spirally around the Volusia The Volusla farm both in the and __ _
county photographs ; -- -- -- -' --- -. ---- -
young trunk. The best remedy in this ers picnic was held at DeLeon Springs! tive matter and emphasis is deKcriP-1 --o" ... .. _
i case is to dig the grub out. It is also with about 400 present in spite of the the fact that newcomers will find here' :. ... .: :: ', ,' .> : .,'", : ::, '_' :: _": ..:_ .:.::. .:.:::". '" : '. .. ..I
A' well to ,pnint the tree trunks with a rainy weather. Everyone had an enjoyable an average of 300 days a year which '
t + whitewash, containing some salt, as time, and many expressed! the are free from damaging fronts, practically

a precautionary measure. desire to get together oftener. tho entire year for ,growing
r. The other borer is not so easy ton profit-producing; crops.

,r reach. If the tunnel where the grub (;ads.len-I have been Interviewing The advantage is also. pointed out

} works is not too crooked, the grub farmers for a co-operative potato to them of a climate where live stock Commercial
4 may be killed by gouging with a wire. marketing association. Not a man find pasturage the whole year and .

Another method, U. to put in the holea interviewed has failed to sign. winters are so mild that expensive j .

drop of carbon disulphide with n shelters for animals are entirely un-

\, medicine dropper or plpd tte. The entrance Walton-I have received some large Jiecessary.

-,. of the hole must be scaled immediately orders for fruit trees for Novemberand The splendid. opportunity for moneymaking -

with paraffin or wax or December: delivery. We are making and the wide diversities of Job Printing

some kind, to prevent the !gait from es- several shipments of grapes and methods made possible In Florida are

P t + caping. are selling Excelsior plums at good pointed out in the booklet. Attentionis

prices. called to the profits obtainable from
+ DROWN SPOT ON CORN pecan orchards, from growing sweet

,. Luke--Have conducted very success potatoes that Incomes $1000 an acre
High temperature combined with ,, ful meetings with citrus! fruit grow- from strawberries are common in I a

.. moist weather favors the developmentof ers at Eustis, Umatillu, Leesburg and Bradford county and it is pointed out 1
the disease known as corn brown- Clermont. I was assisted In the work that Starke is 1.htJ heaviest growing ,

spot, which first appears as lightly by II. E, Stevens, Lee county and oth- strawberry section In Florida.
1 bleached> or yellow spots on the leaf ers. The distribution of this information

blades. throughout-the country ought to be of .
;'' The disease is caused by a minute Putnam-At a recent meeting of distinct advantage as an advertise CARDS -

i fungus parasite, .which attacks the the committee on the county fair pro- ment for Starke and the whole of .

leaves, leaf Sheath!; und stalks.. The ject, olllccrs were elected. and a con Bradford county. It indicates that POSTERS '

light colored spots, first noticed, turn stitution adopted. Conditions are favorable Mr. Inman and the Strout Farm Agency

J'' ; darker in a few days, until they become for a good county fair next Inc., are doing us a real service. ENVELOPESBILL
I brown to reddish brown with a winter. .

r lighter margin. They are small, and I.A WTEY HEADS .

when numerous give the blade a rusty Madison am making plans for a -----

1; appearance.On hog sale to be held in September. Several Lawtey, July 7Mrs.: Andrew. Low. NOTE HEADS I
the midrib of the leaf blade, and farmers have agreed to put up ery and son, A. J. Jr., of Jacksonville, '

the leaf sheath, the spots often meas- animals. Members of the Madison visited relatives in Lawtey Saturday. WINDOW CARDS r"\

ure one-fourth of an inch In diameter county breeders association are feeding T. J..- Terry and daughter Miss

v' and on these parts the disease Is often out two cars of hogs for this Joyce, were visitors to Jacksonville 'I' SHIPPING TAGS '
acaompanieil by a red color which sale. Friday.J. .

may' entirely hide the brown color of. L. Harrell' was transacting business LETTER HEADS "

the fungus. When maturity is reach Alachua-The county fair directors in Palatka Friday.Mr. ,

.' Y d ? ed the spots appear as brown blisters, have completed plans for the fair next and Mrs. Doyle Boyer, of Jack

which are filled with the spores of the fall. One new department was addedto sonville, are spending a few days with

disease. The tissues of the invaded the premium list, and prizes were relatives In Lawtey this week. .. I."

.. .1 areas are only a shredded, mass of made larger and more attractive. A Miss Lizzie Starling returned home ,

I loose fibers. large addition to the agricultural sec Saturday from Jacksonville where she
'I J min The spots on the stalks are usually tion was authorized to accommodatethe spent some time with relatives. II

J i 'f I more numerous at the Joint, and in Increasing number of communityand Miss En
some instances the plant is completely farm exhibits., in Jacksonville last week.

girdled causing it. to be easily broken Lonnie Prescott, of Highland, wasa '
3' by the wind at the lower joints. Dade-A survey of the county now visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. .

The expound pith is brown and decay shows that 18 different varieties of Enoch GrMHs, and daughter, -BradfordCounty

ed.The mangoes are being grown. Improved Pearl, and Ilrs.: W. C. Wooten and .
t treatment for the disease consists varieties are finding a ready sale anda children spent Wednesday at Kings-

.i p, solely In preventive measures, bright future seems assured for the ley lake..

i'4 a as no fungicide has been found. that sale of this fruit. Mrs. W. C: Wooten and children .
!' h will\ penetrate the spore walls and kill spent Wednesday at Kingsley lake

the spores, according to Dr. O. F. Bur- Heck-Have you decided what you Zeke Wainwright, of Lake Butler,'

t ger of the Florida Experiment Sta. are going to call the baby T r spent a few days In Lawtey last weekat ,

tion. The' methods suggested for control Peck-Yes; I'm going to call\ him the home of his brother. Truby '
where the disease has occurredare whatever my wife names him._Boston Wainwrlght.Mrs. I 7

f the complete removal of all diseased Transcript. Truby Willis and children were elegraph .

stalks from the field; crop rotation visitors to Starke Friday.R. .

+ 1, and the.use of seed corn that Neverwed-So you've named your B. Moseley and W. II. Burt were
is free from the sporel' of this dis little boy after yourself? How can transacting business In Maxrille: on STARKE. FLORIDA .

ease. you tell which one your wife Is ad- Saturday.W. .

i H Where the corn Is used for silageor dressing? E. Torode was transacting business .

stover, the plants should be cut I..ongwed-You heard her call "Pe in Jacksonville Wednesday.

early and aa near the ground as pos ter, darlingWell, wait till you hear Arthur Wilkerson, of Highland, was
i sible. In, order that a large part of her yell for me.-Pontiac Daily News. in Lawtey Saturday. ,



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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1922.!
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I BLOCKED A PRIZE WINNING ESSAY INQUEST( OVER ACCIDENTG. I ened l mule. F. F. Stump foreman" OtitKlaiiUngPond. Cannily do ._..........-?_ a so' I.

LINE nnlanrc May 1. mil( .....___.._____. 870.33 Mr K II D.ian. ,I... ..-----.---.-------- 6 OnMr 1 I' ''i
It has thus been shown that no n...'...",. during month ...._____..... Marthn. GnUin llo -._- S 00 7 'I' ,
(The essay printed below was writ- blame can be attached to Mr. Cady for Warrant' iMuwl ..___-__..TJn[ TTUITTBnlunc Mod K Tllomn do 30 ,
I ten hy Miss C. duly Freed from Illamc In Juno 1. 1022 ............____ 1 80 W W llaindi-n. 4 dnya-Ixillid ct ct .... 11 00 I ,",
SUNDAY WHEN I i Elizabeth Brownlee, a Death of Ada Hi shy the deplorable accident. Thom who Drain*** Fond W J Bpiwnnn:, I ilayl. attvndenca at Ct 16 00 'I

high school student at DoLand. It fractious animals in those days of Halanee TVf'y: J. 1W2J ................ 1.60 IVIoirrauh aUitf.tnpiY on Jmlira ---.---- 800 I
use Upcvipta OuiltiK month .............. Tvlcurnnh/ printing llck,t* ela __. A040TolOMraph 4
I brought the first prize $5, and was automobiles take their lives in their Warrant Imueil _._ ________, ___ ,.t.itIc.nry tax collvotor __.. 12 04Drew >i
published in the D Land A coroner's jury wits onipunellei< And
News. The own handii. woman .. Frnalun' Fund _.__ _____ J I ,
TRAIN LEFT RAIL I Thursday' forenoon by Judge Co supmlo( clerk' _- 1 0(# 'I .
author is the promising daughter of I County been subjected to amputation, an Dr. Pittance' Mnv 1. 18211 _____........... S01.43 : K M John. ca cIty ...- 4 56 l
I !Mr. and p. A.. Green and Sheriff W. J. Epperson : Rreulpta durlntr month ............-.. John Mack janitor ...... ......___... U 00 d1 I ; \
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee of Biggs advised, her life would! probably Wnrranla Uumed _. ____.............-- 'C A Knight aupvr tvic _....._...... 20 00 lit
Starke.) I to inquire into the cause of the have been saved.U. < Rulnnee Juno 1. IWi ____.________.___ 201 43Agricultural denth of Ada Risby (or Rlffsby), colored Fund T J Appli'yard. *tlipllea elc...tion __ __._ 1 51 '
.IWI N ARCH liAK PILES ri,P 10 What I Owe to the Town In Which I Hnlancc Mil)' 1. ItlJJ ______._________ 142.M It A tRI'olI) *Iniutnlty Tom McBrldo' .... t 20 k '
I HEIGHT CARS NEAR WHITE who had sustained Injuries when H.fi'li.u rturlnit month nn________ H3:\ 6H E L. ItlxH du ._i_________... 200 "
LiveI her mule !S. .\. :MODERNIZED: Warrant'. tailed _______.n__....... .1 C Wllla do 200 'J ,
H HOUSE; TRAINS DELAYED owe the town in which ran away frightened by an Unlance( June 1. 19K2 ________________ 28650 N I) Wainwrlitht do -.___. 1 (00( '
I live the automobile driven by G. C. Cndy. Juno Juno 1 IMS W .1 Kppuraon, do ..__.--.-.--..._. 3 60 f fW
very best service that. I am able to 25th. Thirsty days hath September Urndfnrd County. .1 Kiipervon. xecutlna rooK venlro. 78 00 '
I The investigation/ had no more Stale of Florida. W J K.plK-raon' uma wit ct ct ..._____ 3l 65
:S. give. It
.ucksonville, July Sixteen loiidI is the duty of every good! citizen April, Juno anti November, .
than begin by the time the Telegraph I hereby: certify: that Iho forvKolnit tatrment W J Kppemon fltii nm aiwc venlm ct ct 8 B0
freight cars bound to Jacksonville to promote and encourage; I All the rest Jtro thirsty too, of the rrfdpta and dmbtinwrnpnt' of th* (1 W AluYrman coxt bill ct ct 74 (If _- I'
of the
went to and
our Account _____
press City Lliiht i'lnnt HuhuSutrke __ 13 67
funda of ntndford County for the month of h
1 ,m the south over the Seaboard( Air that in. for the /good of his town. accident was! therefore, incomplete, Unless you make your own home brew M.11122.: : 'in true* and :correct to the beat 1'hono Co iihuna rent .......... 61\1I)

1 n<' railway were derailed near White The highest typo citizen will surely of my: Itnowli-iluo and belief. Mtiirko 1c.. Co Ice -. S 40
and .
partly erroneous. N \Virlnwrlxht ailvancu Ux a *' wur SOU' Oil'
I morning at 10 o'clock believe God and REFINE O. W. ALDERMAN. Junnlta afo dlniier for ._.. BVl >
iuime> Sunday ; iij recognize Ills sovereignly. CRUELTY jury ct ct 8
The jury was composed by the fol. (SEAL; ) Clvrk Circuit Court >n.w o *ui>plii.* clirk -........ 64 ,,1"
I men the arch bar beneath one of the A man like that is apt to lowing well known citizens: F. F. Bradford County.: E M Jolin* mtnlnvr foe care 1'ouplv I

No' be loyal .to his By: C. A. KNIGHT honk of __.__._____ 100 00Mn.
I ff parted. one was! injured. nation, his state, county Stump foreman J. Johns II. Y. The ,lA'e-Can you describe any nah Clerk Mntililn Jax J McCIMlHn v* county:pauper, 800'A' J

I Truffle was blocked for several and town. Upon this foundationthe Brown, A. O. Andreu ,A. W. Anderson specific act of cruelty on the part of J"tn.. KpynoKlM' 1 day com and. milcaKO 8 00 .
I until track citizen II I* (.a.ncy do .____ 800 ,
and not a temporary will stand( -
ur" firmly for the husband ? CLERK'S REPORT
L. D. Green. The testimony of your J W Andmwa Jr do -.- 400AVnanda ) '.
1 'I: built around the wreck could the right, and! always will give freely of I five witnesses was heard, G. C. Cady The Complainant should say, I SUrda 1... June 1. 1022 Loul II Hill do _.-............ 1080 .1.1J
Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court M llrownli. do .. 4 HOW
I his time -------------
i. be reopened. It was announl'd'I'IU money and strength; for any L. G. Powell, Dr. E. L. Biggs!, W. T. can. Whenever he had anything to .n and for Bradford County': Florida on account J Kpperaun\ 1 day with corn,. ..... 4 00 i it 'i

I for traffic about 5 o'clock Sun- program/ or movement that is likely I j Holtzendorf, and Ralph Risby a small say to me he'd call me up on the telephone ef taxea ueeaied. for .th W.. :year HATES.1021.K. : It W Siipp Hayea return com la of flllnir col -foe ---_--..--..-.- 28T 8 (00 HIII ( ., .;

I lilY afternoon. to benefit the community at large. son of the deceased, being the wit. and say it, and then disconnect Tax CollectorTo 'r N Ken.lrick bailiff ct ct -,- 11 00Kftlford fi

j Strikers refused to assist in clear- There are numerous! ways in which nesses. The testimony of Mr. Cadywe before I had a chance to talk back to Bradford CountConuty,- Eppi.no.i do -..-. 12 00 :'""I

[ -.1 Lt the wreckage according to G. L. we may render service to our town- give in full. Mr. Powell heard the him.-Chicago: News. Hay 1. to bal due ______Proper__.___________7H42 Iff.Ity Total' .-J-..12911' tit ,

[ Hurley division superintendent of the of which amt collected ...._____________n.2KI140 Fin and Forfeiture Fund '.1 '
one is by supporting, encouraging crash of the collision but did not see '. \.
ft A Crven Tom Hard .___.. 1 44
race ,
I -ienboard, Air Line. An appeal was and co-operating with all tho it. He was on the spot a few moments CDIRDC1WI1mmWWIII! June I. to bal dun, -...________._____407476Acrlevllnral W J Bpnomon" feedlnir prtoonor-- '7216 J !J:'
I nade to them immediately after Find W W ltautd, ,-n iimiHl at jail ... 40 00 'r
news worthy organizations, such as Y. M. later, and what he said! agrees very l lr' May 1 to bat due ________________. (02.12I'y : W W lliilmlen wuhlnit .at jnll 200) .1 ii
I "* the wreck was received by officials C. A., Y. W. C. A., Chamber of Commerce well with Mr. Cady's account of what ': amt 'olh..t'd. ........._____...... 14:1: HH W W HalKitrn( clothi for prisoner-- 1 79It 1.
C.reen oamh warrant _.. 1 91 .
1 A lanulnit
.; (the line in Jacksonville. and all other good and helpful toolc place Jnit after the accident. Juno 1 to bal dui. _________________. 11874County K A (;...'..n dcntroylni Hmuir. R ltuynni 2 00 I ,

I ,v number of employes, of a- Hold and Ilrldc W R Ml.ldlflon. physician _._____ 4 ITMitcholl !
many movements. The When he he Mr. eo
of ,
primary object I I came saw Cady's car May: 1. to bal. dun ......__.._______...7R42.16 lruir Store medlrtna. prlmmura, 1400John j '9''
I oem trackmen, not affected by the na- these! agencies is or should be tho standing; headed towards Lawtey on Ily amt colli-ctcd ______________-__--_2H67 40 Shrlvvr wit Millard lloberaon ___ 300) '"' '

,t wide walk-out were recruited and building of the highest type of citizenship. -I the right side of the road. He also June I. to bnl duo -__________.___...40747(1( 1 W> K J Knlubt 4ppi. >rnoil proevctitlnu rio.. I, I D c Dormatl*> judtcea..court.__. 40 5 fli 03,) "

.hed to Whitehouse where work was flume demunBtration said "There it but road there andit ("aunty. 8rhool Ilatlie llocbuok nilloHKi rt atunuvrapher 2 H"R tl
May: 1. to bal duo ..___.....___......1184.8.1: A Own Alex fury ........... 7 19 ,'iI
tun. demonstration shouhl// Holtzendorf who unit _.__________ ____ cane : ] '
county agents i is narrow. Mr. 25 cent Ily colli-otvd -- (731 81 W J Eppi'inon,
  • .-... 1100Alfonl (( '.
    double-header .....,,, do. 41 2'') .
    The train wit
    a was pul- be encouraged, although/ they are organizations arrived on the scene soon afterward, June I. to bill duo ..--..____________OU4U) 63: It A Crron'rh. Will I Drown- 1SW 4 '
    | ('K about twenty-five cars The last I / of the county, still things/ said that "his (Cady's) automobilewas t County Poll. .1 Rppcraon Dime do _- : Oil 1 I
    ) May .1. to bal dm __.__u_.__________ 27.flt: ...... til
    (teen cars were thrown from the I that benefit the county will also standing on the right hand side Ily nuit collected. ____. _____n________ lltlll) 00 W It A J Crron.;" ,,,,...un cn"p do O_J-__Alxrrmthy____..-: ..____ 13 HOAcy ,

    .ils L by the sudden fullinir of the bur. efit the town. bl.n-I of the ftarke-I.nwtey rood about ten Starling wltnnia do 1 00 'j ,
    Juno. I 10 bnl do. _____________._.__ 2B8 00 1'r.llun (Iravun du .......... Oil 7 L.
    i <"h) < ontents were scattered about the : Wo should take feet from the corner.Ve considerthe Want Ad Total. Sob SihdnlVlay Prevail do. 2 (00 ,' .1 't
    interest in I'ntw)
    our 1. to bal) due .:.._______________....4182.14Kint -.. _
    arks for some distance along the lie school and see that it is pUb-I testimony reproduced below liS TtP collwiU'd, n__ ________________COt III .1 W K MrKvnr Ui-vlll: do I du---...-_. 2 200 00"

    Hl.When the bar the with the very best teachers sufficient: ,lone I to bnl duo.. ___.___.-.____....__ .280561) J W A J J Kppi-raon McKlnnry"
    dropped, coupling because the education we /get we owe | By G. C. Cady-On the afternoon of Huh School Honda Jitmi'ii (Univc di> ..___...__..___... 2.00
    May >. to bal duo ___.____._.___._____
    will sell .
    lime disconnected, spilling the six- June 25th: I traveled! down the Peek a It A NuWHom juror -...__......_.:. 1 00 ,
    to school. Small of .
    nuit qll0t401
    our percentage linn 41
    / u.h
    T I. Wnlnwrlxht do ....--......_.... 1 00. '
    ,in cars from the track but the two the pupils that finish grammar school I I road in the Powell still quarters and June 1 to bal, duo ____._.__________.21772(1( J J Rlu.l.m 1 :: do: --------------J- 1IO( > ;
    twines pulling several I other oars .1 (I Wlllinma do. ......- 1 00 p
    ever graduate! from high school and turned north at Powell's\ commissary. O. W. ALDICKMAN.Clork .1 L RIII'. '' do _5______..,. I.tlG
    weeded a short distance before it even a smaller percentage/ a col- |I There I met Ada Risby and Ralph Ris CircuIt Court. H Aumln .!.> .-..... KID(
    Smi> ny c. A. KNicirr. It A Oivi'n nice It Surrvncy __.__..... T 711
    was stopped.* logo education. Therefore, the public ,I by driving a mule to a buggy. The $$200'Horse Deputy': Clerk. W J Kpuprann" do -- .. _- .-..._____ 20 M _

    The train was extra No. R02 from school should have the earnest, supPort I| mule looking frightened, I stopped. It A rr.*.n race ,lIla.. Thomna .......... t 6 18H 60 .
    W .1 Kpporaon: I.
    Tampa. Enroute to this city it pickd and constant aid of every citizen i.Tile mule started, to backing, backed FINANCIAL STATEMENT FUNDS: fOUNTY SCHOOl. A Jrron: oo..o CHIT-Crnwfonl _.._ 6 71* I

    up cars at different stations, and, in order that they be kept to the highest I across the road and hit my left front Cout.ty auiprlntvndMir| "","",'"i ntatcmcnt' W W .T W Ei.pomon':"Mnlmli'n do..ltn._... .i--.......... 10 1 On 75

    was due into the city about 11 a. m. point of efficiency from the low- [ light, breaking the glass. I immediately ,.? county itrhool fumta fur the month of It A Rrvon case M hare II 81
    or a
    I May 11)23 W J Kiipcraon:, do -_.__.__.___ S 00 _
    esterday. est to the highest grade. crawled out on the left side of General Rrhnot Fund R A lirtim: ran A Y Thomas -..... 6 Bll _
    Word was sent to the city immediately also churches the which I driving. The ) Balance May 1. 1022 _______________. 923: .HI W .) l'li.rn.un: do. _.-.-.__,.__. 8 75
    should 'I car was
    We support our ..., ______ ___
    ,11'" dunn month _OUNA BH W .j Kpperaon" CUM M N llnnlM, ...... 12 25
    and a wrecking crew was dispatched for after all, what Is a community mule after backing until the buggy/ Warrant' bmiiiil ______________--_____1)121) n H 4 It A n......" cane. Hlclianl) KiiynoliU: .. (H 70wJ
    Whitehouse. For hours the Iliilunc June 1. 11)22) ___..__nn_____ 11:100): Kpppraon: do -__.._____--___ 11 60 I
    I without its church ? There is no doubt hit the car, swung around to the right, Car Plilrlrt N*. I R A (:......... 0...** Curtl Jacltaon "t .1.! 7 61 ,1

    rew worked in building a temporary : but that the church is responsible for I throwing the woman and the baby out. $ Hrilnnoe May: 1. 1922 __.___________._ III).44 l.uln! Jolma wit n.ne. -.__.___....... 10'1
    $1000 ItiKiiiliil, diirlnic month _. __._._____. 18 HO (I L Underfill, ) d.. -._____ 1 "0
    track around the wreckage./ In the the advance in civilization, because |I The mule continued to run north; I Warrant nitwit! _______ _______ .___ Mown .lonni ilo -.--.._......_._ 1 00 0'

    meantime traffic between this city and, the .nations that have made the /great tried! to catch the mule; the mule had Ilnlnnc0 June 1. 1023 _._..____n_____ 1I7! 74 .1 W I'.v.." I'-----.__._._- 100 1
    I: Dl.trtct N. I II (J Pyal do -.-_. I 00 1 '
    Tampa was sent up the Savannah est advancement have had their gone some 40 yards when the boy Mulance May 1 ,1022 ___.____________ 82.25 |II Y Ht-own do -.-. 100K
    or a ; lt >C(>ipti! durlnir month -.____u____._ IIJ 41Warr..le \ K! Chiuio do .-- 100* I .
    branch of the Seaboard to Yulee, from churches and believed, in God. Even Ralph Risby, either fell out or jumped liuiuod --_____--._________ __ 1110 Oil It A Grenn caim Arch John -.. 8 Ot ,.

    thence to Baldwin.An people who are not church members I! out of the buggy and full across Unliuire Jim* 1 1022 ____________n._ 114 111 W J I KplH-nnn. di. .,. -. W SI 0 ""
    I Dl.trlrt) No. I It A IJrwn can* Tom Mi-Urlde 4 70 ,
    arch bar, railroad men said con- do not wish to live in a community the rear left hand axle. Seeing thatI I llnlnnc May: I, 1022 -___??._._ 42.(17 W ., Bprmraon, di,> .--- 1075I
    nects the two 'wheels. 'It fell dragged churches. II could not catch the mule afoot, I /lo.'h"A! diirmir month .._..__--.____1A72: 40 ) W Al.li'mian cuot ct ct do _..--. 101 1W
    where there
    are no j Warrant' l.nu.'d __..__.....__________ |2U 70 J ICppomini do 100
    along the track for a short distance I I will do everything I can and at all turned back and got \into my car and $$10,000 llalnnoc Juno I. 1022 ___T------------ 8MB 73 R A tn; .'n cano. A F CnmniiinuVr2: noW .

    and finally stopped with a sudden times to encourage law enforce mont, started on down the road after the llnlnnr May: 1.DlnlHrt 1922 ..No....__4___... 14(1( ,CHfliwelpM I W., Kppuraon Aldcrmnn: iUt coat-ct It du -...-..... 1475tl 6 17 ,

    jolt. The stop caused the other and I believe if ,all citizens who real- mule and buggy./ Some negroes/ had ( durlnir montli) _______._..... HI HH W J Eppiraon, do ___._-_-... 0 noR ,
    ( Warrant bmued ____................ A lim-n ciuiil. llrnnrtt. Mayo -__ H 04.
    cars to crash, and they piled off the ly want the laws enforced would man- : stopped the mule before I could'' get llnlanc Juno I. 1022 __________.___._ Idfl 61 W .1 Hiipiiraim:" do -.._.-..... 875I 1
    track. I there. on after the boy lll.trlrt. he. 7 CI I W Aliliirmnn rout ot et d" .......... 201
    ifest their desire for law enforcementand followed llnlanc May 1, 1D22 ___.__._________ 1BHS3Kveuipl :! W .1 P:,'........." ill) .. -... 60 '
    The train was carrying/ naval stores use their influence for it, there and buggy, to aid the boy if possible.I Farm durlnir month ______________ IB 44 It A ( r.wn ca*.. Scolt Iliumi'll ...... 6 OH
    Warrant IHBUIM! ______n__ ....... W .1 Kpniiraon:. 01.. ...... It 75 _ _
    and lumber. The can:; were badly would be very little law violation. i I Intended to bring them to the doctor Ilnlanc June 1. 1022 ______________._ 17370 IIY Aldvrmnn' c>..t ct-ct do -___ 2 01 f

    c nnlance May I. 1022\ ___.____.______. 7324 It A amen caae Jerry Parka Jr ...... 8 10
    ment but only a few take any interestin brought both the woman and the boy ItcoulpU. durlnii month __.__________. 1 60 W .1 Kplmraon:" do _____.________... 4 26 1
    MINING to Dr. BIKKS' office. I then went to Warrant! iatilltOlliflOe -- __ _______ (1 W Alik-rmnn .oalllt et ,,<> Sit J .1
    A TYI'ICAL[, : do not the officers 1 '
    it or encourage/ Juno I 1022 _______________ 7474 W J Kpp.-n.oo: do __.,- 75? 'I
    TOWN OF FOREIGNER:\ then the minority can soorf convincethe the home of Rufus Riaby( the husband "Duirlrl No. IV R A Urvvn can*. loom- 1'nrkl .......... 6 19W \
    Ilnlanc' May 1. 10,12: _______________ 111.(14 ., Kptwrnon:. ili..> 4 26 _
    of Ada and him -
    officers that the majority is Risby _____.__
    opposed rteceiiit" durlnif' month ______ 64 4.1 II W Aldiirtnun c The little town of Herrin, 111., numbering to law enforcement.( The first thing to Dr. Biggs' office. I stayed there Warrant .hiaiind ___ ___________..... W J HiUM-rnon do. _-_--__...- 1 00 ,
    I llHlanc* Juno 1. 1022\ __.____________. 81100Dlnlrlrl W J Ktiperaon: case 1) I' Chreier ...... 13 ,1\
    exactly 10.9SU!)!! souls, where be- that is necessary is to elect honest until the doctor had dressed the What is No. UPulanre W J Kppuraon: ouraMun u> Alvare _. 400) ,,,

    tween 30 and 40 non-union miners therefore it is i wounds of the woman and the boy', more econ- May. 1, 11352 _-_-_...___.____ 160.71 W .1, Kpperaon" care Jumni Faulkner, .._ II! 46) ) _
    ',ml capable men your
    I '
    ltKteipt durlnir month ____.____.__. UH 6.JWarranta. W J Kiipi-mon: conn. lleaiiklah. Crawford. 81 76 A'
    were slain in ruthless reign of terror In I and then went to some imued .... .. ...... .. *
    a duty and my duty to vote every carry negro omical and --- W J Kppf:, ... coet at et do ------------I 00Murl

    is approximately Ion( miles southeast election. I friends of the injured parties to help profit- Ilalance June 1. 1H22 l --No.::--.:11nnlanc :-------- 18923Dlntrlrt l.llllo* fltiMin Stewart di. _wltnnia-( do -_.._._ 1-I 00'III> ,a 4.,

    of St. Louis, Mo It is estimated,! Another matter that we owe *>ur placing the wounded ones in their able than May 1. 1022 ..._...._____._ Ifla.li Jona Hull du .-_.._-. 1 00 1'
    I a want Kecetpta during month ---------------U 1 12 _
    Mnttle : do 01 Oil Iv
    that nine-tenths of the population are support to is public improvements. It | )liccln.! I then went home, after offering Warrant lnnuid ---..--..._..--...._ Ala Kliniliy M.ny do .- --.-- I now '
    further assistance that I llnlanc June I. 1922 ____nnn___ 1HH/ 2lDlitrict ; J Fpperaon: c.mt rt et James Faulkner, 60 -
    miners indirectly and ,
    or are directly or Is necessary that some, as many I any ad in this ? 1 Ne. Itllnlanc W J K.iMivniim do llonekluh Crawford. 1 00 '

    Interested in the coal mining/ Industry. as possible of our streets, be might be able to render. I was in low paper May 1. luk2! --.. -- 13/74 It A Irnm' cane 1I..kl"b Crawfor.1; l .. S! "7
    Pllved'i It..eultte durlnir' month ::::::::::.. HO 20 .
    -- do 100
    W N l.aDuo wlliiioa
    Foreigners, notably Italian comprise and desirable that they all be I gear when I turned the Powell cor. What have Warrant liaui'd --_____--______--_... II 25 Handy llrymi'r do -. ... 120Kriu'ut f'

    more than one-third the populationof good condition. This would add greatly ,t' ner. My car was stopped after the you I Iliilunec Juno I 11)22 _______n_ ._____ 107 laIMntrtrt Khi'pnrd do--- 1 OK .,
    No. Ie P.lmnr: Jnnklna do ._ .-.-_ 100 I) .
    the county. to the comfort and enjoyment of ( DUKiry backed into it. to sell? i Flnlnnce May 1, 1021 _..._.-__... It HI W J .:",",,'''''''' oral et-ct do ._..-__.__ 1 0* ,.
    Dr. E. L. Biggs I I :: month .... ... do ._. 21\) '
    Williamson county, in which Herrin not only the residents By am a physi- KvoifipU diirmir --- ? (a 10 U W Alderman e .
    everyone, ofj I r ) Warrant ImiUfd -.__.____..-_.___ '
    Is located, and which is in the part of this town,.but also the visitors. clan, practicing in Bradford' county, : Ilillunre June 1 1022 ___________.____ It 57 Total. 70081

    outhern Illinois called "Little Egypt" few towns as large Florida, duly authorized as such, under tiJmr.'Im.mWlDlIKIllllmlllUImmmmmmmmlDI''JI: ( ( lll.trlrt No. ITHulnnce lt.i.,1 end llrldge Fund 7
    are very _.____. '
    May I. 1022 _....... 18 Mlt Hoard of llond troat.-ea. traiuferrlnv l
    has been noted for mine disorders in as this without a sewerage/ system, the laws of the state of Florida. -- .- -- <.....lpu durlnir month _____......:... 20 BH HAL Ry ta C -_..__1460 7' .

    his I I On Sunday afternoon June 25th MASTER'S 8AIE Warrant iNHiied ___ ___ ___.______..:.._ r ,
    the past and because of which at and it is necessary on account of the one under .ml by rii.lunc June 1. 1022 06114 1
    Notice It rmroby irlvun Ihnt --- -- ---- '
    been called\ "bloody" Williamson'coun- public health that wo have adequate Ada Risby came to my office with a virtue of that certain flrml ......... of fon | Dl.lrlrt No.; : Itnnlance i Ur .T a I-j>CVi-.Mx. ''nIi i m..Vrentorc ,
    .. .. ......___.___...
    closure made. and ...,, red Juno HO.( A. l) May 1. 1022! 4H.10
    ty. In normal times virtually all of sewerage. ![ compound open fracture of the left an tua.! by Honorable A. V. Lonir. Jiulue. of the Ibvnlpta. durlnir' month __________ .... 67 a.I: .vitality( ail innricy by iiurlfytn, and (I .

    the members in the Illinois mi that tourists kle. Fracture was reduced and dresi- Kivhth' Judicial, Circuit. of IIr" 90,000 It is well know," many t rlorliln. In ahan....". In favor of 8. It. John. llulnno Juno I 1022 ___...____._____ I 11089l lavliiuratlnil EfunI'lun aub :
    ners' union are at work in the minesin and homeseekers are constantly coming ed by me. Later /gangrene developed.I complainant, end airalnat: Henry OHVUI, andVnni I >l,.trlrt No. ItFlalanr "
    ] > Dnvla I rrnd nM. the unuVrnlKnuil: 1 ci... May 1. 1023 .._____________ 87.65 -1
    that part of the state. When the to Florida and the more attractive -| advised amputation but the patient alai miwter will offer. for aiila In front of the !(. better failed to at office for umithmiM door In Stark... Florida durlnu th. Warrant l..ued .__._____.__ _, ,_ Notlc I I. herelty. Miven( that theunier.irn.wlha.
    miners the
    strike April 1 the apparently and a town is appear my ampu. JT
    began up-to-date ( It'KHl hfium 01 ..Ia! on Mnnilny., the Hitvirnttiliny Ilalanc Jun. 1 11122 ___ __p________ 80 66District lawn appoint**! ailmlniatrntrlx of the Ee. f i _ _
    welcomed the occasion as a chance it will stand of securing/ tation. The patient is now dead from of AutrUHt. A. D. 1921.: the following d_ Ne.u ItMalanr Into of William tl. I'owell. ,t..c.aa.d, late of "
    ... .. )Hiark.. llra.lford County. Florida and allerirdiUim. f I
    In Bradford eounty.Horlila
    vacation. tourists and permanent citizens. gangrene infection in said wound. itrrlbf'd( .real....wlt taL: ituaUi May I. 10,22 __..______.... 47.78 '.".10..-*. ...liitrlbutee. anil h..in* at 'I
    Receipt durlnir month __.____._.___. KAB Off i
    all clalma demand t
    In In thHoutheiut 'law and uartiv havlnir or
    The first payments of strike benefits I owe it to my town to do everythingthat By Ralph Risby (the boy, in bed Five. IS)Cornrr urw lylnrr of the Norttiraat a aqiutr Quarterof > Warrant Inueil -_____......________ 4J1 70Kalanc agaInst aaid etat will prveent them to thiinderaiirnml. j t

    were received by the striking men two I am capable of doing/ to be the I with a broken leg was unable to attend thi?.$8...uth.-acl R. n B.Quarter of Section" at. Town.HIP June 1, 1022 .-Ne.-_-IT-...___n 171 OHOUIrlrl tint' prcwcrlbt-d: "llr: *law.or'.th'I.lh.'ll t* P'

    weeks $5 being given each miner best citizen possible, consideringmy the court but the judge and jury D. K icp.rrnwr I Halanee May: 1. Ittit -__.__.___?. 7.04 forever b.r. SI
    ago very llpeel.1 In thunwiry.TTBtS4. N""c.tlpt* durlnir' mimth ..._.._______ 108110Warrant ( Dated SiltS dny of Il
    There had been few disorders until ability and opportunity. : went to his home. lie was sworn, exi A. S. CREWS. "iMiml ......._______u_____ 75 FLORENCE K POWELL. I
    Solicitor fi, Complainant.Maator. / llalane June 1, 1022 __ 17420Dliilrlrr A. X. ADKINS. f
    opened a amined by the judge and his testimony r ---- m Adml"llr.lr.
    the Illinois Coal Company I N*. i-- Attorney for E.tau. 1.\"l8' _
    strip mine, where the killings later NATURALLY I was taken down in writing and MASTER'S .SALE: nnl.nc' May: 1. 1922 _.__?._.__... 24.01
    Notice I I. hrmhy "Iwen that uniktr and by Keceipt during month .. NOTICE TO nrnTOI AND rHF.DITOR! }
    took place. The opening of the mine signed by himself)-Mother had driven -I virtue of that certain final ......... of forcloaur. .- Warrant 1.._<1 ___.".__._--1-------........_. 7271 All penona In..b.. tho _I.I* of Ely
    which accomplished with the aid Two YOUnlladies were talking over out of_the road and stoppedon side ,mail anil entered on the 4lh ilay. of llalani June. 1. 1022 ..-.._____..... 118 72Olatrlrt Hick* I 11 of eounty. Florida' ,debt danC.iIceJ.
    their paid
    V. requested
    was .'..n.. A. D. 1022. hy .ha Honorable A. N... arc to pay
    of fence The car ran into us and Ixmir. JU.IK of the Eighth Judialal Circuit; of IInalanee forthwith. And all prroon havIng claim I '
    machine the stylesIn
    of and a gun discussing summer ...
    armed guards the wire May 1. 1922 288 24IO.rolpta
    I : Hr.rl.la In and for llra.lfor.1 county.. In chan- -???? ? aHainnt .aalil, **i.t. hall lIe' th. **m.. duly 54
    immediately became the main topic of the midst of this important conver- broke the buggywheel; threw motherout. cry atttinir. In favor of W. E. Knluht. .nmlalnant. durlnv month .___.._.... 19 11 authenticated with th* lerlirr.d. administrator ',f 7'
    Warrant leaned ._.... ..._
    an.l awalnat, discussion in Herrin. sation a masculine voice interrupted ( The car rojled across her leg; hi. vrlf*. Cory e:. ll.nn..tt, W.: J. /.ahnuwr.anil a Balance June 1. 1922 .___.__...._ _. Ji(3 a7 they wi b* forever barred tIa. fl, _____
    until word number. One of the cut her tn two places. Our buggy/ was Vlnclnia-Carollna' Chemical' Company acorporation. June 15 1922RRADFORO .. thla aoth day: ef Juno. A. T). 122. ___
    But the 'mining went on calling for a fndanU. the uno..mland will COUNTY. R I/ICK3. : s
    came from John L. Lewis president of young/ ladies indignantly asked: stopped when tar hit it. Mother's leg ;'olfor for **l* *".1 will cell|l before the court. STAT Of FLOKIDA.. A.lmlnlntrator' Relate I II.k. Deceued. *

    work was broken because the bone was out. houa u/mr ml Strk. Klorl.l durlnir tho ...:; I hereby. certify: that the fnreiolnatale- 8-189l81 .
    the miners' union, that the men "What line do you think you're on, hour: of aal* Ml Monday th* 7th br..r loanS of the receipt and dllburaement of -
    The mule I 1922. to the hliclirt an.l b.at NOTICE or FINAL DIHCHARCE
    wheeled around side of fence Auauitt. :
    ing the mine should be regarded as anyhow? t."r c...h. the f.illowlnailr. rlb..l lanila lying the ichool fund of Bradford Count for lhmonth .. In Court. of County .1.., llradfvrd County.:
    "common strike breakers." Several "Well said the man, "I am not and threw me out and caught my and! brlnv In Bra.l.*>r.l .,,"ntr.: Florida. to- of May. 1022 I I. true and correctto State of Florida.In .
    : the beet of knowledge and belief
    i my Eitat of J. Wlloon and Laura Wll-
    hours after this message was receivedthe sure, but judging from what I have breeches in wheel and broke my leg; I w14.tt. North Half. of the Routhnuit. Qurtr R. B. WIOOINS. Ion. E -
    ..f >ction; Thlrty-Av. In Townhlp Severn County Superintendent.. \ Notice I hereby vlven all whom It I
    entire county developed a nervous just heard, I should say I was on a ran as far as fence ((30 yards) and South. Itanir .r..n.......... Kant: and mtalnln< concern : on th* diet "': of ,-. A. 1
    stopped. I said "Whoa! 'ieee.I 1U22. I apply tu Honorabl R
    followed at line. """* more or
    tension, and the massacre clothes Y"( S. -CREW9.Spwlai BII.IM PAID BY COUNTT COMMIBBIONIRSQeawral nf .aid court. .Jude of -
    the mine. As this testimony did not agree I I Matr la Chan<*..,. F*.4Martha bnb my final dleharu a* admlmatrat'irof ,
    with the statements of : D. E. NIGIIT.I Rlin pauper __._._..._... 280L.L.flae.ndn. b't of J. K.! Wibon and Laura, 'Wll-
    RHYME AND I REASON the other wit. M.'t' i-ttor for Complainant. 77-111.8-4. ___.....-.._ I.., con and that at the earn time 1 9 .
    baby's nesses the jury was forced to the Martha Wllklneon do _______?.__ 8.00Wo.1 will( = Aoal account a* administrator
    Mistress-And what's your I rINANV1A I. gTATFMPNY! Of COTTNTTMonhly Wynn do __..._..?_.?.. 4 09 of .. and colt for their .""rv.1
    Mandy? When the workmen own the workshopsAnd conclusion that the boy being natur. r"HD .1 f Roe do ..h ..........__iii ,__.1._ e 00I D.t 16, A II. 1522
    namek railroad the rails; ally at the time could not have Inanclal atauncnl. nf Bradford! O William do -.__.._._.?.?.? bIle M f. WI I.RON.Admlnl.tralor .
    Colored Maid-Hallud. We named the men petted I, Count, for h. month of May. 1911.\ Nwman, Children do ...T...._..__ 0,00 of EataM J E Wilnon ant Laura .
    him the Bible. And the grocery clerks the /groceries, accurately noted the events as they / fiaral. randBailie :, Martha McDonald. do ___.._._.... I lie) Wlon! Dvceued 4-.16-Kt-4-4-pd

    from the mails- in I 10." ...... .....__111'I111I'' RCfiyrId..?.-_..-.._..._.._ S,no -;- -
    May 1.
    heard And the mail clerks own happened quick succession. -
    Mistress--Hallud? I never, __.__ ____-so :3..ia: I. r M.lrln' do ___________ 4.0
    that When the preachers own the pulpits; After having heard the testimony Wa/ranU Hcl pu dtirlnn....... roon....-___-_____..__ -'Vi:\ ,* M....._ R.brU da .___..__.?. I nn No Worm a Healthy Child r'
    before. __ Willie Martin da .__.___.____ I.ntMr h r
    Bf/tra 11122 __________ _.4441.10. .
    Maid Oh yes'm. Ain't you never And the pressmen own the hop,;, the jury weighed and sifted the mat- T June Fin 1.n4 r.rfrttar. Fund I Mary Tyre do .._ __?v..____ 4 01Mr All children troubled with Worm have au novwJtiiy ,
    Name?"-Topics And the drillers\ own the oil\ wells; ter and reached the following verdict: Jl.nc.. May: 1. 1922 __.____UR2.4:1: .. Tom Dyal da ____.....__..?.. f nn attar.wnk-a bbJ mad a*Sll.
    read "Hallud B. Thy .... _... 00 .
    Mr. Sarah Rlitdon do f
    durlnam th .______.____ 4711.a ? ?? .. there Is man or 1 _
    of the Day Films.A And the jails are owned by cops- "We do say upon our oath that Ada W..*.anla lpt* "tuuxl 1 .."..__--n____ 44J IB Kate Collln' do __.?_..?__..... f 00) GROVE TASTELESS CHILL TONIC ab liven aularly .
    __.__._____..___1411.80 "Albert do ._.___?__.__. 2.0O .
    Michigan father is puzzled to find When conductors own the street cars; Risby came to her death In the following ,lalanee June 1 IH28 keel( r. Malphur. do ._-..._..?___ 6 <") twooclliree week will enrich the band.

    child. And each driver owns his bus; manner, to-wit: From injuries __" _._ 61.12ft.'c.pt 1I'.m. Ball oVi' ___._______ 1000 Im..b.dl-ISb :'
    a ame for his eighteenth r Science May 1. 18Z2 i iI ._ ___ ____.._ .
    do _. 80'
    I ._ ._____150S II _..e w
    Why not name the child "enough Will you tell us common people sustained by being thrown froma adurlnamonth.leaned .__. __- __ Edwa. Grliri do _________ I Oil throw otTer dtopel the worm*. Ol"CllwUb

    Atlanta Constitution. Whatinell becomes of us? runaway buggy, drawn by a rijrht Balance Warrant Jan I, 1922,._______...*..2 ST Mr*, Ruth Braky! do .._____ .00 to pet feu ..." I'l.ea.ur.._ ..r


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    i t .. .. FRIDAY JULY 7, 1922
    i rAGa (', 'r. =-. t _

    l ,!'1 f1' __ ..__ r .. of Hampton's highly esteemed young ;

    ". ,, ...s -.. .-rt4.uM<*wma>_.rt ladt.a, has been an active member of I f -I II
    ):j';I' ..bl' --. .. ..-...... "' .....--' ."vrws the Methodist church for years, and a .

    f .. 1 talented musician. Her kind and loving .
    1 l'' | disposition has won for her many ,

    I 'ti' NEt ; Items warm friends in Starke and t1 ntpton. ,
    County "
    ,; i ; II ; } The groom is n telegraph! operatorfoe \ I ; -

    Railway and has
    = the Seaboard
    + \ ,' it : bY- >
    : ; Gathered ])urine the w Our J many friends through this section.

    I I I : 'r I InUrotlnt Facts Regular Corr''upon Jent They left on the 3:">0 train for Virginia -I '-. f fJ

    I :.l whcer they will visit relativesof .-

    r- .w..a--_ the groom. They will visit Chil'I\W.J
    = _... _, __ -e. A
    r"r And other points of interest, after ,.

    5 t 1\ I ,'aunty: recently on an alligator hunt which they will lie at home"in Sara-
    I KAIFOKDKaiford eleven and and 1 lta1f'!
    one f
    ,; They bagged soUL A
    ::1r live feet from tip to tip of .. .
    cot Ions, ..
    I Anna Mar Out at tOWIguc.sts In attendance
    h;. July 7.-Miss : estimated at "
    i Vet and 1 his weight was -
    e at and daughter,
    school Mrs C. P. Sasner
    attending I were
    who is wit
    !>; Andersou, to town -
    They came
    I I I!'''i t last Friday and ;50' pounds. Clara May, of Va1dl'.talIss) : Beryl 1 .r. a
    homo thru
    ,to ; Madison, tame: : hood of their captive tied to .
    .he (
    tho Fourth with her parents, The mouth wall Mullady, of Jacksonville, Ur. T. J. I ... ,j
    I ki; spent iator of their par. '
    I G. W. Anderson, here. and Thomas and children, llsiberl and ): iF ( ..
    ; \:?I Mr. and Mrs. I with a stick two a ,
    : : : Philip Roberts spent Wednesday at .propped open Lorlne, of Valdosta. I '< .v" ""J'i"
    long. "
    visiting his aunt halt feet 1 1fill' Friends of the young; couple wish "1.1\\"
    : ; Springs with us .
    ;1 Worthington Paul Wolf, who has been I ,
    i J. j", Mrs tt. B. Roberts several months, left this week for : them all happiness. -' .
    \ Roberto several days of Mrs Hunt Entertains : '
    1"V. I. spent 0 Ind.
    .f his home Saturday afternoon, Mrs. P. B. Hunt .,, h. .
    week in tho .
    last < .
    of Lulu,.wag
    i ( I Pearce,
    :Mrs.! jOllie
    :: 0',,1, I, Mr.and Mrs John Bryant, of Baker of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. entertained in honor of her daughter, ,. ,
    I.'.. I in town Satur cuest; Miss\ Ethel Tho guests were enter- I I
    .. I county, were II Uedenbautrh, Sunday.In rr'r
    tained with music and several readings .
    .i : f; day. Honor of Miss. Ethel Hunt
    I -
    Jacksonville. spent by little Miss Lorine Thomas, after
    of ,
    Tyson, Friday
    ? ;J "' very> A pleasant social took place "
    .+ ,. last week-end.l here visiting .relatives I ifternuon when Mrs. F. E. Henry en- I which Miss Ethel's trousseau was -.

    t'' and friends I ertalned informally in'honor of Miss displayed and admired.Retreshmfnts .. f ..

    ". !' A daughter was born to :Mr.: and Cthel; Hunt, whose marriage to MIL I of cake, sandwichesand

    ti .f. Mrs. Barnard Andrews Wednesday,, ; interesting punch were served at thecon-
    r 5 M. Simmons was an ,
    .I i June 28th. 'I July 2nd. clusion, and the guests departed 1,
    'I J event of Sunday, .
    ,. P W. 11. Andrews attended, the ball :Mrs.\ Henry's home was bcnutifulljleeorated ) 1 I wishing Miss Ethel happiness through .., yi> .

    t I ; game at Lnwtey Tuesday afternoon. for the occasion with roses ; life ..
    8 :Mr.[ Reddish and granddaughter,, .
    \ 't A delightful feature was the presents I '
    1 Willie ;Mac[ \Vateroak, were shopping I ion to the honoree of a large basket i I :Miss\ Minnie Bessents> of Ft. LaulerI -

    I r in town Saturday afternoon. prettily decorated, by little Hilda Dur- i I dale, ia spending. her vacation herewith e0 "-
    Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, was in basket
    ti dln and Gladys Wilson. The relatives. I "
    town last week. ontained many beautiful and useful ,I t I ,

    r' Miss( Vera DeLaughter, of Madison, rifts. Much merriment was caused : HARD LUCK DAY' ,

    : is visiting at the home of )tr. and when the bride,'rend the verses( which i I I ... .
    Mrs. G. .W. Anderson this week. I .
    iCcomp.mied! each Rift. I I Ocala, July .1.-Richard Luze, a farmer ,
    Mrs. Mollie Collins and son, Ells, A numoer of interesting games were': living six miles east of hero, is .

    left Friday morning for California ilayed in the heart contest, Miss Wilna well acquainted with hard luck. II .
    where she will join her husband. ,
    first prize, a
    winning (
    Alexander afternoon
    i 'I On the way to town Saturday ,
    Mrs. Donuh Browning was shoppingin /
    box of correspondence card*. The con- I his car ski<.lJe+ .into a telephone I .
    Lake Butler last week. elation prize went to Mrs. A. A,. Returning wo hours later with .
    Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richard and l baby, handkerchief. + rI ;: .
    \itch, a beautiful a service car from the garage it was f
    I of Fernsndina spent several days :
    1 Miss\[ Hunt was lovely! in black lace Pound that vandals had stripped his
    relatives here last wrek.Miss .
    visiting and, georRetto over green crepe dhine I machine of tires and all removable fix- \
    :\ Lucile Alvarez spent several and ac.
    (' and black picture hat tures. ,
    days last I week visiting Miss Pearl match. The little girls ,I ,
    essories to While walking home in the rain that ,
    Gordon at the State Farm.
    who presented the ,gifts were lovely night two highwaymen with "howit I
    'r1'' Warren Cuson was visiting. relatives and yellow ribbons. / i .
    In t white organdy zers"; asked Luze to "come clean, and r' ,
    ''i at 'Vat roak Sunday. Delightful music was rendered duriK ''be "came" to the tune of $19!) I-n rash I' .. "

    I L' A social was given at the home of ;. the afternoon. After the awarding : in Ingersoll watch and a package of I "

    Mr. and Mrs. N T. Ritch Tuesday of prizes Mrs Henry, assisted by her I plug, cut. They forgot to take his

    t'! night! All the young folks were inter! Mrs J. M.\ Wilson, of Key West lat. I I '' .

    I ent and a very pleasant evening prps-I anl Mrs. A. A. Futth, served a deli. At home Luze discovered that, during ',

    .! ., v spent ious refreshment course uf brick ice his absence lightning had struck A man of your size should keep The .* ;

    ,+ Carl) Andrews left Friday afternoonfor ream with heart centers, chicken his barn. killing\ a :Missouri mule valued I

    Jacksonville, where h. will spend andwkhes and sold'cake. at $250, and the hired man had i Telegraph. I

    several days: visiting his mother, Mrs. The guests included Miss\ Ethel "hit the grit" with the family savings .

    : D. W. Anderson, IIunt[ Mrs. C. P. Sasser, Mrs. T. J. $140.City '

    Miss Pearl Gordon wa visiting with Thomas, of Valdosta Mrs J. M. W1U ..>..-- I 'r. How can yov get along without: it?

    friends t tn, town Saturday. son, of Key West, Mrs. P; B. Hunt,, Editor-Did you takedown" all .

    :\011''. and !Mrs Jeff Dowling and children the bride's!! mother, Mrs. P. J. Pcnr e,, said i % s

    I' ,. of Lixwley/were visiting I Irt town Irs.\ A. A. Futch, 1Irs.Iury! Geiger,, I that Cub.the Reporter speaker-No, but I have it all 0I You miss much valuable news and information ..

    b t Saturday and" Sunday Irs.. A. A. Durden,'Mrs. W. B. Alex. n'my head. ..

    Perry Dnwling and nephew, Dennis! ndcr, Mrs. E. C. Williams, Mrs. C. E. City Editor-Ah. I see you have it b y being without: your
    '' of Larkmn. at the homeof Mrs.\ Don.nle I '
    were visiting I Harper, Mrs\ A. Chmlwick, ill in a nutshell-Portland Express
    W. I. Roberts several days last! Chesser, Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh' ,, I'I'I County Paper. '
    i 1 -
    '' week: Irs. J. S. Buse, Misses Maggie Maxwell ,
    alabaster brow. Ilon't
    I II. W. Raiford was a visitor to Lake Wilma Alexander, Elizabeth I lIe speaks of my !

    Butler Monday. Wheeler, Carione Wheeler, Margie understand him. The is only
    price year
    $2 .
    dome girlie.Judge. per
    He ivory :
    I means your .
    Andrews InTake I't
    I W. IL spent Monday IIouser[ May Jones and Emma Ilaynes I I

    : Butler. SimmonH-IIunt i iI .
    e Miss Mildred Whitehead, of Jack- Last Sunday afternqon at 3 o'clock, .

    : :Mrs. AlvareK was shopping in Lake, the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. P. B. Hunt WORTHY TO WEAR A CROWN: .1 I II '.

    Butler Monday. t wall the scene of a beautiful wedding I I I .
    I :
    ,. gonville, is visiting her sister, Mrs.: B. hen their daughter, Miss Ethel, was "Are you sure you love your neighbor .. ,,''J : I .' .
    D.. Andrew, this week Iven in marriage to Mr. Samuel Mo- as yourself asked St. Peter, ; ;. y.i'i. '
    I Vn. Rev. R. I who was cross-examining the new arI I '
    of Duett
    J Among those who spent Sunday at rey 'Simmons, '
    KinRsley lalie: were Misses: Vonnie and E. Burke, of Waldo, pastor of the rival. :

    V' Berta Cribbs, Cybil Ritch, Helen Nau. .Methodist church, officiated.' The home I "Yes," answered the applicant for I Ia .

    right, Loca, Anna Mae and Margaret was beautifully decorated with cut golden crown. "For ten years he i .
    Anderson, Vera DeLnughter/\ Earl I i flowerl and potted plants.! \ used my telephone' to carry on his .. -: I .

    r' Whitten, Carl Ritch, Sldney: Futch,). The bride was dressed in a "beautiul business and I never complained." i .' \ .? .: > ..' '/.' I.
    Ii "Enter' good man," said St.pe- .: i. i: ,. '. .0' :
    Emery Cribbs. navy blue coat/ suit, with accessories :, my \. 1"\: ,,
    i Mrs. Futch and' children, of Bald I to match. Mrs. Simmons is one I ter, with much feeling.\ -Exchange. : a'' 'I.. : I

    win, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim. : 1 '

    { Y tale Conner this week. i TOWN TAX NOTICE .,' "

    i Miss.Gertrude Anderson,. who Is attending Node In hrrtby ulvrn that'' the following\ dpeortlwHl Innda 1-will: \ 1m Bold at: publle' auction ,j' .. .
    I th. MUST MOMMY IN AUGUST 11)24. It Irein* t*. 7th day or said month at Stark _, -
    school at Gainesville, came on In the County of Bradford.! StaU of Florida, or .o much thereof a* will ba nvceaiary. to nay I
    herein Met opnoaita the ...me, together with tb. ct of old aale
    amount dun for taxea
    la Monday to spend thet Fourth at th ,
    and advertising. Collector Towu Starke \
    the home of her parents, Mr..and Mrs t Tax of Flu. .

    1 G W. Anderson. 'l'u_ w
    .. T. A. O..r a 6a.qLeta 1 : .
    Mrs Katie Valencia and children, DorlpUan S.

    Stafford\ and Polly, of Jacksonville, 1 dim 3. 4 IJIk 41.. L. T. a. Ctw.ub .... 8 12 J. A. Aaron. ___________ 8.06 I I
    __ were visiting her sister, Mrs. A. L Lot, S-hilt- \: __i._____;___.___.___auIlv __b-28__28 8 II Jull., Butler __. .._.____.___ 1.etDlLotts "' a t
    Crews this weolc.Mr. .
    6 7a8 In Alvar.akaidu26 Fr.I Beak 22.10 ,
    1 117 < ---------
    and Mrs. Luther Pinholster, of
    'i'na rn '
    r 8 A pond SW Cop of NWIof -
    St. Petersburg, were visiting relatives lot l of l 51k' .of 1 SWN L -. "&-Co..add, :.46-2a : :: Mn.Fred C nrck S. -Ci;; .--:==::==: llIlik :: ,' .

    here last week. 9 Tampl. old .__-...____" 26 8 24 Mm. Eunlc. E. Canova _--- 62.43 ,: .
    _____......_ 8.23 ,
    Miss Marie Pinholster, of Gainesville All \\Ilk 8 L. T. a eo. mob dlv"128 199 Ron Co.: I \ :: .

    was1 visiting the home of Mr On.. lot" of 101 sW'ft aq In SW__Cop_ofSWt ___21 8 22 E. W. Drilr..... Fit .__?_.__ 1.81
    Lot a of Dlk 1 4tl Le T.t .
    and Mrs. G. W. Anderson first of thi div __.__-: --_-. ._28 8 21 Lucy En.lleb _... O4_.___ 11.I7. I ,
    Lat., II 4 8 9 of elk 0 Rirl.ny..till ,
    week. __o_..__' '------_-- t 41 Etbert Gn.nn --------. 1.16 \.-

    y Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was visiting Lot I. Ik oriuina 4 as town a.hnded_ ___on.e'may ______-6'a 12 11. L. Gray .___.__ 16.96Lot. a e, t e ;

    In town Tuesday, add. _6 _1___S_:f__-Sik---__C-__-RI.In9.. ._IS 8 II P. I). I1Icka. .______ .,bT I ,
    Lake .
    'L John Dowling was a visitor to On.. Ins bund"8. by H..n Alley .J _
    W be nay tr.et, N blf Jackson ,
    Butler Tuesday. rtrrpt 18 8 12 W. M. H..l\in..onh _____ 1.81 a "';
    t Miss Clarice Dowling was visiting;: Com tatty" ft E o-----------------> .' II' ._ \ .'; .. .
    and Sroadw v atn rt. run E loa tLi ... ; '; ",'. -
    here one day during the week. Ina t. W 106 ft. 8 105 ft ..1 '.
    e Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chastain ant i:; law --_--._-..._._-...._....._19 8 II-F. 11_ Hall __.__;. U8 a. ._ kt, '"
    Lobo S 4 of Blk U LT. a. Coto i ) I'
    J.... Johnaon .:.. __ 1.0' 7 I;' .
    xfi It baby, Carlton, and Miss Blanche- Roberts sub ill ----------------5 8 21 ., ''
    Lot 1 of lck 48 L. T. .. Cooo eub r ..
    of Lake Butler, were visitor'! div _______________.___..811 8 22 Raymond Jaekiea __. __._ 1.8SBlk :;, : .. ,

    i a here Monday afternoon. div 87._ _S8__44___L.___T.___a_.._o'a___ aub-21 8 II A. 0. J..klna ....'.......... U.51 .:, ,(. .
    ?a Mr. and Mrs. W T. Ritch and chit Lot 4 of Rik SS L. T. a. Coa sub .. 6.17 "
    die 9S 8 12 Etna! J.ckson ---- ---
    dren and Mrs. Bowie Sapp attendee ot. S 4 ;of iikSTC-i-i--: Co..udiv ; '---- ; : .,', :.,1
    ___--._____._____.___ 8 22 R. 36. J.nklna .__._... 11.10 1 J. ,.
    i I i the picnic at Heilbronn Springs Tues ,
    hob 14 01 Di16 L. T. a Cosub ,I;
    rt, t ; day.Charles "1 1uic div l 2i"n.n:; -;.n:====:-2S 28 : n If: N.'llfI "f.. M.-.;; \&,,:::: IfU: I

    Jones is attending to business Leo 5 1 .:1 9 l0 1II .,'
    821 :IIJJ Bt
    1 InDowlnaa
    in Lake City this week.HAMPTON 19. aid ______.48 8 12 J. F. Rhoda .___ 18.83 I '
    Co of W34 et NW14of 4a
    1cEof" ; .
    k = NFt4 a run W 100ft 3 ,
    to of bee. ;tonN.8': 12 :
    r .. :
    S 607 E loo
    8 22 Rlchrd Ra7nolda ._____. I.U81th'S9 .
    ? "* Hampton, July 7.-Mis'ses\. ( May, Evelyn Lotbetr'-of iilir-l L T. .. Ca.iub 1
    S aa 11. .Co Richard -.._?......- 11.61I.'r
    U" and Marlon Jones, left Sunday i --r .
    Co. mob div ._211 1 22 IL E. Basil I.U .
    for Philadelphia where they will visit 01.l216161.a; ti'i.- t
    aunt Mrs. the NE Cor of SF,4 of sEI4. _.29 6 12 a. Co sweat .. .', ue
    their Ayres, during Lo1..ly a8ofDIk82LT.1o.: t
    summer They were accompanied to pub air.-_______.__________..211 6 t2 Will Band. '..08Leota
    8 9 10 n 01 SIC 28 L. T. 6 tCo. ...
    Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. J.; V add S 6 U flea Strieklancl ... ''reo I' J
    Jones.M. Lot 14 of talk 97 T.mpiw aid'?9S 8 It ..... Be.... T.rn1L! _. ..01Leola
    8 7 01 81k I Davia 6 trub"
    a L. Watterson and L. J. Wynn; add ________.___________.::1_ 2. )I.... J. T. Willa ___ 13.13.
    of the Hampton Telephone Co., who 0 : "tM! land* ln : Cop. $f Set'0514 } o
    9 8 tI I "... 8. ... W.11e 33.29I.
    are fond of'sport, went down in Clay .... "4 a--------j 8 22 Mn. (&" wmlame. 1.6-

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