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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE FLORIDA FRIUAJANUARY 6, 1922.
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OF 5\j\D\' \ -. uu 4MPrJl ) BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES FINAL SETTLEMENT WITH I SLIGHT FIRE SL'NOXY: ATTORNEY (GENERAL IS ,
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reultle Tho regular services of the church II PLANNING ANOTHERHUNT -t
Theatre p'Al I Sunday evening about 0 o'dork the
E"emp\>\ V-ewtj) { Tickets will be held on Sunday. Interest in UNION COUNTY fire alarm was sounded. It was learned FOR PROFITEERS t \'
t' the work of the Bible School is splendid X.
1ax that the residence of Mrs V. Tor-
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I especially with the counter' at- I ---- ruella, better known as tho Wells Food Fuel Shoes! and Clothing

The follnWl1Ibf a t .1 l,1D. tractions of the holiday season. At I I Board of county commissioners d- to Union county the sum place, in the southwestern corner of Prices Under Scrutiny !'

the rolleeto\ "I i i 11',13! : a. m. we shall be glad to welcome I Bradford county. Florida, met pursuant If the same be attacked town was on lire. There being
no
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T. GCI''W, d' ,, lr <)!idtri o. I any tourist who find pleasure j I to adjournment January 2,1922 law of equity. in that neighborhood no fire Investigation of retail prices chftg-

tesponwt e i it.IIUIf1'; ]I in tho study of the Word of God. A ( with all members present, to-wit: J. J. M. apparatus was taken out, but the firemen ed in various parts of the coijntrji'fur

taxtlaycr' 'arc. :" \\I "r' class taught by Prof. B. B. Lane takes M. Brownlec, chairman, H. P. Gainey, (Seal) and, many others hastened to the food, shoes mid clothing is to bed- l

taxes um
and "luxll1' : Ill 'r re nil 14ttb.s' .",,f. l,11111 ages beneath the adults provide i| and James Reynolds. G. W. ALDERMAN, Thc evening was cold and windy, lie has given orders'' to Director Burnsof I

festive\ JI111 1111'1 I '!'1 th.. rru., for the instruction of those who are j i Minutes of last meeting read and Clerk. an(11I bright fire was kept in the fire the bureau of investigation of the >

flue mitt o4Patron \\\.21\ : younger. Smile in on us next Sunday approved. Agreement/ place. Soon the soot took fire and department of justice, to assign a .

I +O\l t'van.un.' ,, morning. I Petition of Lawtey citizens present Whereas, Under and lodged around the chimney as it cane force of men at once to the duty of

Ice cream 1'.rl"I" ,./r ul n. Divine worship at 11:00.: At this ad asking that the name of Mrs. !Mary Chapter 8516. Laws of .' out, igniting the dry shinglex. Fortunately obtaining data on' retail prices in different "

of busim', fI" fun n 0 glu d til :i service the pastor: will speak on Griffis be placed upon pauper roll. the county of Bradford, \ the fire was soon discovered, or localities, ';'i 1

pay' the tux' "f J ear t t t t (Christ's Lamentation Over a Fallen J Ji ''1 Upon motion same refused. ida, was divided and the building could not have been saved Mr. Daugherty states his belief that :

pa uu ,pm :i C ity.. "Good men weep easily," the Letter of J. D. Stansell asking help Florida, was thereby as thu wind was brisk and very prices of necessary commodities are I t.

MpcUVid.' t'". \; s, I Creek poet said, "and the better they for Mandy Kennedy read and sane ordered from, effective October 1 1, little water wan available. The alarm too high and that in somo instancesthe : Ji

,I. ""f i are, the inclined filed and matter would be con was given by profits of retailers "uncon -
liar art< ; ink 'I'ho more to weeping. Whereas Union county, telephone, and Mr. Tor- are 1tocionable.
small hll' WI\1\ re 1| tact that \Ve bhall consider:, the Son of God in tlidercd.I der the constitution of rucllu got on the roof, while members ." It will never be possible, 1\\

an ue nuim, ,n ti tears, and try to discover what it was | .Upon motion salary] of janitor fixed Florida, and Chapter ] of his family handed him water The he asserted, to get prices down to the

tra Penn' The is Tat he th. I I that led to such sad weeping. iI i at $25 per month. Florida, 1921, is fire was extinguished before help had pre-war level, but, with the wages: ;,

revenue a.1 l "' t RAbt 'I" B. Y. P. U. at 6:30.. The attendance | Upon motion the clerk wax'" made prorata share of the time to arrive and but little damage lowered and the costs of foodstuffs ,''i

and the. mstitu" ,o. has been so largo that it has purchasing agent for courthouse and debtedness of Bradford was done. reduced, he Is determined to learn ,

is paid by the n'"i been found necessary to form an in- jail and instructed to keep accurate ida, due and owing : whether tho present "badly propor


freight and pr. t Ortu' m f 'people's work and this has been placed I The county convicts were leased to plus funds! and tho I tained. i ,.'

ellcetivelama a n1 1. tn,,,,afro, I in the hands of Mrs. Ina White. T. J. Knabb as follows: All able-bod-] able property, including GtorleV./ Thomas'! new store o'l! Mr. Burns wes instructed to put his: 'i'

by the' r t by t ; t Boys and girls from twelve to sixteen led colored male] prisoners, who are tax certificates on hand Avenue I) is about ready, and ho expects men to work simultaneously to obtain "
paid
raid for men t Ysio unoum ; are invited to enter and, share in tho sentenced for three months or more 1921_ _1, andWhereas ; to open for business January 2. the variations in various localities ,

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    shoes, et i i aci'tI UKV. The senior department meets in ied prisoners at $9.00 per month. of Florida under and Flex-n-tile roofing(\ in both shingle and foodstuffs, shoe and clothing and to i

    Tuxeinpos 'L oru' 'the church auditorium, while the intermediate Bonds of E. S. Matthews, J. II. Chapter 8020, Laws of roll form, which ho expects to push make comparative prices, Reports

    under t tam, sill gathers in the Bible School Ritch, W. E. Torodo and A. A. Durdenas fixed the value of the pro considerably Ills Block will also in- will aim be gathered on tho wholesale] :
    which
    includes( the ta ti )f ,Itt, room. :'*. ,, bond trustees were approved. of the county property clod paints, oiln, vanishes and supplies ) and retail prices of wheat, beef' and

    el) are 110:0: rt /d''per aiptt. The evening services are evangelistic Board recessed until Tuesday, January county, Floiidu, to which for painters generally, HH well asa meats of all kind in order, Mr. Diuigh- -,.'

    on th") hdl.1., rr'tttae I throughout.The singing, sermon 3, 1922. ty, Florida la!! entitled at general line of builder hardware. erty explained, that comparisons ran '

    Carpi It-. "n I tl 11$1.f,1I \, ..r I and exhortation are all towards this $13,000.00, and declared, His place will be u real store, with be mado of the costa of these commodities r
    ,'d end.,! Each Sunday evening there have Board met pursuant' to recess January county indebted to Union : the cabinet shop as un adjunct -The, with the prices charged l by the

    a -uuiiiiKui. nth, i been some to respond to the appeal. 3, 1922, with all members pres Raid sum, and : j Stuart !Messenger I butchers and! grocers
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    "i 18 L lot' Next Sunday evening tho pastllwill ent.This and directed the county (' j Rev. I.V.. Kickhter, who recentlyreturned Action to remedy price condition!, ', ,
    $((5 a >'1\11'1'\ i.1" I pcuk on the man in Starke who said meeting in conjunction with of Bradford<1 county to j from an extender! trip to tin.east the attorney general declared. would

    Trunk,. i"j. n to, cvX.. ,. ?, Oood-bye to God" This will he n board of county commissioners of Un- taxes upon all the coast, reports that his MOHM and I be taken through several channels. In 1

    $lr: end, ) r, I'II Ier special sermon for the men of tho ion county for the purpose of making: in Bradford county other relatives UTe prospering and the main, he said, the situation, was' u t y

    Vabl] '. a'l '",1. Jt cases,1id : community tome and see if you can settlement as to 'countyprlperty and said sum of $13,000.00, satisfied I with their respective loca- local one and the states would! bo asked t

    I,. hat boar, t I'd t ."" liltdl( ,, reeognfzelhim. Bung tho children surplus funds. pose of discharging said ; tions. to do as much QS they could. to a
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    toilet t.t-- 'n \ Na ? r; and ; The ] L' u ,
    '; visiting friends. following resolutions were Lou sum louu sum 01 solve It with feilurul, co-operation. Secretary
    or $::!i ..''Il'h L G I adopted in open session raised by a levy of taxes I \PTIST 1'ASroitIU.M, ; 1 NKVUINfi: of' Commerce Hoover, ho added -

    Pure i ., k1. .""Id and ''TO THE" SHIPPERS ()Io' TLOKIOAi '' Resolution 1922, or by levies .for ( O II'I.lnIOS would. be invited to join with the

    hand h'1 1 1111'1#1- u .. of I ;" Whereas, In accordance with Section threu years as the board I department' of justice In its! efToit to

    $., eI: < i h O( I I The railroad commissioners of the 18 of Chapter 8510, Laws of Flor- commissioners of The Baptist pafitorium In only waiting lower prices, whilo it was believed the ,

    P"rta"". ,,n' .' hdudtn tate of Florida hereby roll a confereme ida, 1921, the county commissioners might elect.Whereas i for the paint to dry to be. rC./ldy. publication of the foitipnratlva prices, '

    1, lamp,1, ." k" tt nevices ; of shippers to meet January 9, of Union county, Florida, and the Section I 18 j for occupancy. It has been enlarged both wholesale mid retail, would do >}
    nf 410' | to nearly twice the
    ell I I l'>22, at 11 a. m., In the city council county commissioners of Bradford h516, Laws of Florid, original size, and much to remedy high prices by con'j
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    tho
    fan: rh t o f { chamber, Jacksonville, for the purpone county, Florida, met on January 3, the county commmsioners I j older portion thoroughly repaired veying to the houiewifii. of the coun- ,,

    $1\ en.uTht I of determining what, if any, action 1022, for the purpose of agreeing up- county and the county renovated.! The buidling has barge try accurate knowlcdga of actual con- r..' .

    an I should be taken by the railroad on n plan or plans for the asumption of Bradford county as in plenty, roomy sleeping ditionH. ,

    den. '' I' iimmissioruirs, or representatives of by Union county of its prorata share be possible, to hol.1I bath, water, sewer and elec Organizations of retailers In differ-/

    aniin' < s t 1 ..,rl t i shippers, in .the general rate investlwhich of tho indebtdcness of Bradford county I agree upon a plan, or 4)I, lights arid 1 will prove very com tnt parts of the country are blamed a
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    l ;, I treq gation! is now being conducted due and owing on October 1, 1921, ;. assumption by Union (' Quigley has super by !Mr Daugherty for high pri ell.
    .
    s J 4thTht 'I bv the Interstate Commerce Coinmm- and upon an equitable division of the pro rata .hpr" of (the tho work: O- N. Cooper has These iiKsocialionM, Ill! declared) arc '
    '"' the
    a urse "ion ut Washington. surplus funds and the personal and Bradford unity, In (' !I general r.rrmn. formed "by smart men who sold n 4

    her r, agr par These hearings opened on December movable property of Bradford county, I the terms of the "lInl< scheme to defeat the laws of this a;
    II.
    I, rh.,,,,s r p ,t aria ftth, and continued until the 11th, and on hand on October 1, 1021, and state of Florida; and ; II. S. HONOR KOLI TOU TIIIUI country by perfecting an organization a

    and : t I 0111 1 ,ount I hearings will be resumed on January Whereas, Said board of county commissioners equitable division! of tho MON'rilFirst for fixing priced, which concealed its
    I I
    or f b,' tntlfla II t I fad 11th and 'continue until completed, of Union county and the and personal and movable real purpose under u declaration of t
    ..s \'. h P the 'which will board of commissioners Grade-Colson Morris, S. n.I desire to '
    n al be some time in February. county ofI I including outstanding tax: M. II. Newman help competition. .

    qr.'s !price. i, It is earnestly hoped that the shippers Bradford county reached an aA'reeI I that Bradford county mi I Charles Jr., Stanley The department: he said, iiitemli to .
    Henry11' .
    chair i ii, f,, the portion I will respond to this call, and attend ment for such purpose, or purposes, j( hand or that might; lie ; '(' Wilson I\filln n, ,"get these smart fellows" Mr. Daugh r...
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    Mary Brownloe
    r"IIt1'.erw' I ., I I the conference above referred to. and entered into a written agreement ford county on the first & Snyder Fe- erty declared himself in unqualifiedly ] -
    Marie Brown
    The cot, jn .onnlsil The hearings being conducted by the wherein the terms of such agreementare ber, 1021, and Sara Hope Hayncs., Patson : in favor of trade organizationswhich '

    rackets tithing\ a ,! and Interstate Commerce Commission areas set out, therefore, Whereas, The board of Ray, teacher. Miss confined. their operations to Improving

    .t\ foothaJI adorn ,paled.portable. widespread as the investigations Be It Resolved by the board of missioners of Union Second Grade-Htholm White Mau- 1 their services to tho public,

    t Thc 'IHXCI rot made in 1920,' upon which the presentrates county commissioners of Bradford and the board of county re Morgan, Grace Alvarez, Merrill, I but he asserted they would not bo permitted '

    electn tu,.. th,. *1tamers, were established. i I county, Florida, in regular session: ers of Bradford county, J. 0. Turner, Jr., Richard 1 to fix prices or apportion terrl- Ii
    artui"- niauo, jf 1 irtulesulsi Section 1. That all facts stated and this day conferred with Ben Sternberg. I t fcnrv flmonir their members thuft Btif- i 1 .

    and must 1 1\ mgi IThi re- METHODIST !I set out In said agreement Is hereby in required by Section 18 Third Grade H-Beverly ling competition. ; t
    Cady Ha
    , I all things duly ratified and, confirmed, .
    ealed.> 8516, Laws of Florida, 1921 Adkins, Louise Howe Trade associations generally were _
    school'at' 10 E. K. and that all matter and things therein Betty Mc. \
    tax cal I. real or Sunday a m. agreed with each other Alice Fernandez, St. Elmo showing a commendablu willingness,
    lat imitnt" n. pc| s payable Perryman, superintendent We havea set out to be performed and all put this agreement in ; James Richard Wainwright he said, to confine their activities to
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    by th '> ,..no| tThi J place for everyone of you in our agreements be kept and performed fore, Evelyn Pemuree, teacher the lines suggested by tho depart. .

    . tea tht .' art Sunday school 1'JDon't you think you by Bradford county, or its board of The board of county Third Grade A-Florence Gill An- ment of justice ns In conformity with r.

    (pain t ,illtll 1\"JT' ,-lams should start the New Year by coming: county commissioners shall be welt of Bradford county, Vurnes, Eloise Ritch lea the law, t but where the department .

    and In, !to' '" f to Sunday school and church? .'j 1 I' and truly done, kept and performed, ed of J. M. Brownlee, J. W. Mae Cheshire, Rachel, Silcox Sloan, advice had been disregarded I, it had I 1- ..
    . L1 and that the said agreement be spread : .
    at 11 and 7:30: m. been to institute proceedings :
    per ( oil Preaching a. m. p. Jr., L. II. Hill, II. P. Gainey D. Criffls, Merrill Futch, Thomas I necessary
    I Thii' '' ) r \ 'mlo,", by the pastor. : ;: I j I upon the minutes of this board. Reynolds as county I under the Sherman anti-trust 'r,:
    ay i' Sec. 2. That all admissions and acknowledgements j "
    thinstinitioii for the morning, "Tho uct.
    Ftilt ,
    applies hi Subject within and for Bradford Fourth Grado II Lrah .
    t 'except t< therein contained -- Struth, Lei '" .
    i artist, ,,1 t t. ?o, c Greatest Book in' the World. i j|i Bradford its boardof In behalf of Bradford I flea Andrews, Louise Huycx, Horn Slates Are risked to Aid :f i

    : or pubhi .11',i murociiKiin.it mil' nv" "tirti Subject for the evening "An Un- ,'', against county or board of county Wilbur GrifTls. Leon Alvarez Co-operation of state law enforce 1'.
    commissioners -hereby
    ,|ule C. > ittt4) I wise Man." ,acknowledged county to be true and, are aro hereby I ion county, Florida, Marguerite Shriver, tenchcr. mcnt officials with those of the federal J i "

    I. another uth den> .>" Prayer meeting every Wednesday (' ratified and confirmed. I A. Roberts, chairman, II. II. Fourth Grade A--Paul Knight, T. /government was asked by Attorney '1 '.

    I When I' : I.-turp'hill" evening at 7:30. accepted, Bradford is S. M. Dukes, A. II. Watson, Don Mott, Merrill McMil] General Dougherty In letters sent to ','j '.
    payable county
    That '
    3.
    I or vendor, taxes ihi hands Join our young people in their Ep- II: Sec. indebted to and acknowledgesitself H. Andrews, Jr., as ThelmA Andreu. the attorney generals of the various t tstates. -

    of the collector vcnuo on worth League. They meet at 6:41; p. justly! to to Union county, $13- sioners within and for Fifth Grade B-John Henry Morris. Such co-operation, it was!
    o month m. every Sunday. i i owe and in behalf of Union Duncan, Allan Long Louis maintained, would result in better and.
    or before the la ge 000.00 that for the of payingto ,
    sale M. L. SMITH, ; purpose consideration of the ,- Ralph Cheshire. more uniform enforcement of all
    .t following the mo they Pastor. Union county the said sum of $13000.00 ,- Miss
    , things set forth tn the Barre, teacher Rtatutes. .
    was made commissioners of
    1. On admissioncertt ,teR: (1m. the county of, and the mutual Sixth Grade Mary Lee Wynn Ida Enforcement of the prohibition and I

    , and other :: :'eaaenaent, ESCAPADE IN PROVIDENCE: SECTION re-quired contained, hereby agree: Ruth Stansell, Louise l'rIQtt, Ruth the food and fuel supply laws were

    plw/ on 1. That there Is no ', Marie Manning, Beatrice particularly referred to, Mr. Dough
    the tax axaled t In each and
    of 10 tadmisKions < I in 1922, and at said time
    per
    I ..59. On t thereafter until and In. debtedneas for Union I ., Elizabeth Andrews Junior Me- erty explained. There was no disposition f
    of ion o Providence section year "
    every
    ' admission : tax remains |L Some parties out in the 1924 levy and collect sume, and that Union county Jerry Moore, MarmeN! on the part of the federal government .
    eluding
    shove 10 > peculiar year ,
    ! venue evidently have a very debted to Bradford county :Manning, Lucille John. '. llman to evade responsibility, be
    th and the entire taxablp
    all
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    act of 19FIRE' Ill' ash sense about jokes. Last Saturday : upon in Bradford county special 2., That Union county is Mary Torreuella, :leula'f, added, but there was a feeling that .,

    evening these parties by persuasion I property sufficient to to Union county an equitable share of C. R. Sapp teacher. the state and county prosecutors I t

    MONLOj'- 6\I'iG land promise of treat enticed an taxes the said um of pay 13000.00 in three funds of Brdaford county on Seventh Grade-Eugene Matthews, should bend every effort to aid tho ; .

    offending and respected fellow un-I annual installments. That on the 10th tober 1, 1921, and that Sternberg, Edna Manning, Gu*<. federal officials, In their campaign, t'
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    Monday lock a min into a public place, partially each of the 1921: J.V.85.30 Is the equitable Mae Bennett Elise Jones. !Miss against food gougers, profiteers and '
    of August, years
    other "
    evemn a robed him hiding his clothes and day which Union Powell evaders of the laws.Hollis "
    t, residence such funds to teacher. "dry" If
    leaky ,l iJ1e l the commissioners '
    flue caused l 1M I tantalizing him until they were ,11921, 1925, county t
    ) l nse entitled. Eighth Grade Thelmn
    corner to the Brinson, .
    of Mrs.Vi). > then began distharg- :'of Bradford county will pay .: Pi}
    Madison and Santa "I.o, !) take tir d. when revolvers'making they : their vie- i county commisisoners of Union county 3. That Union county Carpenter, Myrtle Coleman, V. Knight wllo spent the '

    } fire. The flames> t tawvered III their harmed. This one third of said um of 1300000. received from Bradford Belle Green Lena Sapp, Clar holidays with his parents Col. and ;1

    before tau! headB til i believe he would be I Sec. 4. That this resolution be county warrants: Watson, Lois Edwards, Thelma Mrs. D. E. Knight, left Monday for '. : .
    they mentally
    had ,
    11th. ; be
    !1 way, when the ., B, With nri r fellow is known to his :|' spread upon the minutes of this board Fine and! Forfeiture! Fund : Mrs. Bessie McGruder, Gainesville to enter the University of :-
    alai"in should be assisted by '
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    and .
    on dc clent commissioners $1,402.96.! Florida. .IIollls has attended Emory ;tf
    a few minutes I '(B"ere Such jokesare and that the board of county ;; .y
    the spot, also eN n [jjoniobilesraln! ) mite, fortunate brothers.and should not of Union county te furnishedwith General Fund No. 2150, $ The high school honor roll will ap University for the past year in Atlanta :,:::;t ((1 N,
    a to medieval times later.
    I Widows1 Pension Fund Ga., and was much pleased '
    loaded with men rM oaf iterated of civilization. a certified copy of aame. very ; .... ,
    in, this day .
    be ( with his
    The sable diap" the_board of county 19100. college work there but
    tance over fire shot the upl"IV:] !at/p ( .t-Itke Butler Times. |,commissioners' of Bradford county, Road and Bridge Fund The hustler takes .what life has in Rays Florida climate and Florida .\' .

    if: "tes It roo arNuhed. relatives Florida, will well and truly defend Ihrli"hts for him and then goes out and towns appeal to him as much move + a
    was subdue 1 visited in little
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    I'' THE FEAST OF ST. ABEL ITINERANT TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC DEBS FREED AS ACT OF GRACE ,l''i II I I-3:00, Report of churches, and business | John L. Hannon, of Gainesville, was b6 ted

    session. here on business Thursday. ivhe tIr ,
    rilo
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    , Woodmen Celebrate Occasion With I Adjourn for dinner. I I Marvin Stokes, of LaCrosse, spent
    Pardon Not Granted; Sentence ComMuted what twbytredpeo
    : Huge Supper In acordance with promises made Evening | Thursday with his I broaher, N. II. o tratc1dttttho ''Ea lei

    to the public of Florida during recent 7:00: p. m., Devotional R. Bevill. Stokes. ht that w vra
    Lust Friday was 'tho feast of St. months the Florida Public Health Association 7:15: Round Table Discussion: I I Eurie Brown made a short trip to eoIi ; Xarabi 'sB'alos
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    Abel, he who was slain with a Jawbone Is rapidly maturing plans Washington, Dec. 30.-Eugene V. "What is Christ to Me?"-Led by Lake Butler Saturday.Nell's Iuif ofthot :
    I' Debs, the socialist leader, was grunt
    and meet the
    it thought by
    was
    for its itinerant Tuberculosis Clinic.
    S. H. Dodd.
    local order of Woodmen of the World ed his freedom from Atlanta federal Revised Grammar Nom
    At least one clinic was promised for 8:00: "What Do Ye More Than Others I
    penitentiary on Christmas by President verbs to the Blare'
    i! to celebrate the day by putting their Teacher explaining
    each county selling as many as $12:>. ? or, What we have that the re F in "I I
    solely as an act of his violation to e
    own jawbones to the test, while get. 00 worth of Christmas Seals and ad- grace 'ligious world needs-W. E. Daugh- i class, gave the following sentence get o "IDttdchl
    staf
    of the war laws remain un- '
    ting outside of big little Nell eat
    a :
    supper. ditiqnal clinics in counties selling ae.a .
    erty. ,pi/e Va'lt
    forgiven by the government. This, In what I
    After conclusion of the regular meet- 'My father had money.
    more than this amount. The clinic 8:35, Prayer service. e r
    ing the members present marched to consists in a visit of several days was disclosed tonight by Attorney tense is the verb, Nell?" i wr.ar
    9:00, :Adjournment.
    the Juanita restaurant. Only about General Daugherty, who made public "Past tense," was the correct reply. rolunat' >
    prior to the actual day of examinationby Sunday Morning Our oa of ?a.asst
    the text of his recommendations to
    one-half of the usual number if 'My father has mon- *
    "But ,
    was a nurse who calls on as many as 9:30 a. m., Devotional Services you say fellow 'hoeaspiUtn fro,,
    present, some timid comrades, who the president in the Debs case. ,' in what tense is the verb? Ier she
    possible of the homes where there has Mrs. S. II. Dodd. ey e bspieyts hu ,
    afraid that the "It will be observed," Mr. Daugh- Nell's quick reply "that
    were big supper would been consumption in recent years to 9:45, Special prayer and praise service "Oh, came crettt

    ruin their appetite for the Christmas consult with the family regarding tho erty said, ,'that a pardon was not -Led by Prof. Ernest Thorn. would be pre-tense." e,i

    dinner, not many hours away, stayedat advisability on having each member granted Debs but that his sentencewas quest. aFe ,1tIOtrp oi
    home. But the seasoned 'veteran's, commuted. The action of the : Was Quite "Up ID the Air" 666 Ppe,
    examined by a specialist. On the 10:10, The Bible School a Blessing. tad hK
    :
    wftose appetite would be the last to day of the clinic as many as possibleof president in no wise condones the offense I (Four 10-minute addresses) : He was an American air pilot and moot'er, dy we lnoIto

    desftrt them, determined to do or die. those who apply are examined, and the relief was solely an act To Young People-C. F. Rivers. had taken his negro orderly up for A Adv1

    Oysters in every style flowed like taking them in order of their applica- of grace. The gratitude of Debs will To Old People-Wm. Blake. I flight. As stunt followed stunt tha -

    lava from Mt. Popocatepetl and be measured by his conduct in the negro's countenance grew from cream I I 11 pay
    tion. According to R. II. Hixon, Executive : To the Community B. Crews. PI cTnaillet
    quickly vanished. Eight gallons of future." to yellow, then from yellow to saffron. : fPAlO OI'l1'INr/tjo!, /
    Secretary there have always I To the Church-Jasper Allen. : ,' [ t.ndtocureih WP"W4"
    ? P''
    The administration's theory of ac- had effected a landIng 'A.loatentlr ,
    the product that made Apalachicola By the time they
    been many more who applied than 11:00: Sermon-W. E. Daugherty. lieu
    famous were consumed, besides large: could be examined. By having a full tion in the Debs case, according to Mr. 'I Subject: "The Conquering Church the orderly was ready to collapse. I -

    quantities of crackers, bread, butter, Daugherty, is to be considered as the
    time clinician the clinic can remain What Are Its Characteristics t -

    coffee, also pepper sauce enough to more than one day or can return for a government policy in relation to others I 11:45: -The Communion.

    burn up a ton of asbestos. Col. D. E. later visit. The nurse then on later imprisoned for violation of the 12:00: Adjourn for dinner. Delegates -

    Knight, as usual, led, and by war laws of which classes of offenders -
    precept I. visits co-operates with the family I will dine in homes to which they NDEED"
    . ., and example encouraged his com- physician in advising the family of "probably" no better case cauld be have been assigned. S o the F

    rades to not only eat all they could' positive cases concerning oare and selected, he declared, than that of Afternoon '

    for themselves, but to put in a deck- treatment.Dr. Debs. 2:15: Devotional-Mrs. W. E. [try.

    '. load for the absent ones. J. A. Morgan Israel L. Kapa.nn, president of "Regarding this class of so-called Daugherty. Lida ;

    was second best, then Stump, the Association announces the engagement 'political prisoners' as they are term 2:30:: Christian Endeavor-Mrs. i1 AIN

    o Snyder and Rosenberg ran neck tot of Dr. L. C. Brewer, of Atlanta, ed by those who are demanding their Bessie McGruder, A. A. Futch, Miss )
    release Mr. said, "thereIs & ft r 011E!/ 'DIIl
    neck. Ga., as full time clinician who until Daugherty Frances Murrhee. i MOM ; rj

    Those present were: A. L. Alvarez, recently was connected with the no real reason why they should be I I 3.15, Missionary Session. Rub in thorouq hid: headed
    Ralph Alvarez Col. A. Z. Adkins R. treated any differently than any other ..1111 driv"
    Metropolitan Life Insurance Com 4:00: Report of committees. oils of Mustang out

    IG Burrows, Roland Bryan, Fred Chase, pany's Sanatorium at Mt. McGregor, person who violates the law aside Evening the aches, |psnl End unhealthy

    ' "i B. M. Dowling, W. A. Dubose, L. R. New York and who has for several from the fact that many of them, as 7:30, Sermon-Prof. Ernest Thorn- conditions '/ ,I aseptic, too-
    Edwards R. A. Green E. W. well as their friends and associates cleansing ant i ailments thated
    Hayes, months past been taking special postgraduate queat. ,
    S. R. Johns Col. D. E. Elmer on the outside actually believe, and can be rear > l treatmentKeepabO'
    Knight, work in diseases of the chest Subject: "God's Dispensasional
    Lazone, Clerk J. W. Morgan J. A. the are sincere in their belief that they With Man the fle i ,i use-another
    at University of Southern Cali- Dealings ; as seen in in the barn sun prompt
    Morgan, L. E. Miner, D. L. Rigby, fornia. Dr. Kapalan states that Dr.Brewer's have violated no just l law and were Dispensational :Religions' of the BI- relict maintMUST. yjtti Mustang.P .

    Sam Rosenberg, II. M. Snyder, Dan services as a consultant will strictly within their constitutional .

    Sasser, D. L. Silcox, J. L. Silcox, J. be free to the Doctors of the state who rights in their public utterances which ble.All Churches of Christ in Union

    B. Sapp, Walter Silcox, J. S. Sapp, F. wish expert consultation in regard to have been found to be in violation of and Bradford counties are expectedto !

    F. Stump, B. T. .Thus, II. L. Tillis, F. questionable cases. Miss Ada M. the espionage act. send at lead one delegate from

    ". I.. Turner, J. H. Williams, W. E. Webband Whyte, who has been connected with "Of course there are arrears among each church. Instruct your delegateas "&, Good Old tSVunoU.JLIMIM. S(

    the Telegraph reporter. the Florida Public Health Associationfor them who were and are actively, consciously to how much the church represented IrElberton

    After the supper came smoking, the past eighteen months as Dir disloyal to our governmentand will contribute to evangelistic fundto

    story telling and joking. The utmost ector of the department of Public who contemplate, and intend to be used to support evangelisticwork LTON MANUVACrOIUNG CO..

    fraternalism prevails in this camp, Health Nursing will contiuue to have disrupt and overthrow our present' in said counties. Also supply ...0-" SMtknfta aa S. N.

    ! and this in one reason for its rapid charge of the nursing service connected form of government whenever opportunity delegate with accurate report from SOLD BY DRUG AND STES(

    growth. Its advance during 1921 clinics presents itself and are working church. :
    was with the as heretofore. V**Uartnw tfnlmoirt roMl. Neuralgia.MMtm tl>fn.Crip. a

    very great and more pregress yet i la Mrs. F. A. Scott, was chairman of the to that end. As for them nothing The citizens of Starke In general, I M.. .Both PUn.Umtoek Cat,,(:kid dlMuM u........>San root Mpplx.a s_Croup..., ar". .ro, w.. .

    expected during 1922. Seal Sale this year in Bradford coup need be said. They are past reason and the churches in particular, are Invited .....p, Hoof v_.... IKIUMd Udilor Bar T..... W._ 'yI
    _
    In e.ttl.t Bprmlnj.8"'n..Lo.kod J.w.H &- ,,
    ty. and the only argument they can un to attend the sermons of the to boon ind. .. loan rt.l \ FRENCH ISOLATION derstand is the heavy arm of the law. convention. I eel Poultry ,.......lr for lip. &01... III.... Mot t
    catra<::ank....- .tap** Wonoa.eto.
    I Llndy's Jaw Gave Out They have been justly and wisely con- Respectfully, I

    France is entirely right in Insist- LIndy is a litttle colored girl who victed and must suffer the penalty of THE COMMITTEE. I "d d
    ing on a declaration of the freedomof I their misdeeds." FREE WITH.!; 25e' TRIAL .BOTTLE"
    works for Mrs. Lee In a Southern city. 'd. r r.F..a h. Toppta. .
    the In connection with the TUf Lfterm 4.Irw..I.Ia.edl.nb..W
    seas Her mistress in talking of In reaching his decision regarding MILLER U..or twin. for Trial'Hottle' ()!PUMhuld -
    efficiencythe
    limitation regulation of submarines. awl 5,0..... ..............M Toddla Top M.lout _.
    i' It is or that other day told a story about this Dcbs, the attorney general reviewedthe J ".._../.u_,_, "I inn..N.Maflufactanait V, G..t OMiUl r1M .U ..T.
    as importatnt surface same Lindy. history of the case, quoting copi- Miller, Jan. 6.-II. S. Miller\ made a yi

    boats keep within the law an that One day when Mrs. Lee was bakinga ously from the speech delivered by business trip to Lake Butler Friday.N. I

    _ submarines be required to do so. Who cake she wanted to ornament it with Debs before the Socialist conventionat H. Stokes and J. O. Dennison, ,

    can object to a declaration of the freedom nut meats. Early in the morning she Canton, Ohio, in 1918 pointing out I t'members of the county board of public I

    1"1 of the seas? Who owns the seas called the little girl, gave her a big that the constitutionality of Debs' | instruction, attended the Florida II I

    \ if they are not free DOCK England bowl of nuts and said: conviction was upheld by the supreme | Educational Association at Orlando i C .

    'I J claim the mastery of) all the waters! "Now, Lindy, I want you to crack court and asserting that this was the Dec. 27-29th. ,; .., \, mm
    .' beyond the thr e.mile limit Tho Un-
    these for me. I'll need a lot, so take second time Debs had "set up his Miss Mildred Roberts, of Lake But- ,

    fl 'I ited States under the agreement for the bowl out under the tree where i it theories of government against the ler, visited Miss Johnnie Rimes last .

    ,.;::t a limitation of naval armaments! will i ia. is nice and shady." government itself"-referring to the week. : g

    have at great strength at England; Later Lindy brought in the shelled so-called Pullman strike in 1894. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Feagle of Win- r II
    }, does the United States claim the ?
    f ," ",, ownership nuts, but when Mrs. Lee started to Discussing the question of Debs' ter Park, spent; part of last week with
    ( of the s'as1 Or it
    to
    anarchy put the finishing touches on her cake health, Mr. Daugherty declared that relatives in this community.
    reign beyond the 3-mile limit each
    she found that she would need still he appeared to be physically strong, Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Biellini of
    nation doing as it pleases far
    so as more nut meats, so she called Lindy but as a matter of fact was not and Dundee, visited relatives In this sec _

    ,- I surface vessels are concerned? Then and snld: 'he' is not a normal man mentally on tion last week.T. I

    b j why concerned not so? far ni submarines are "There aren't enough, you'll haveto this: particular subject. Considering II. Rimes was a business visitorto

    " .T crack some more at once." Debs' age of 68 years, the attorney Gainesville Saturday.T. .
    .. :
    .
    But in her policy of
    ) general opt "Oh, missy," said Lindy. "I can't general asserted that the percentageof II. Waters and family visited

    position to a limitation of armaments crack no moh, my Jaws is all sore his life appropriated to the ten- their daughter, Mrs. Russell Parrish, Blue Georg to
    France has done herself incalculable
    now." year sentence was excessive.CONVENTION of Dukes, Sunday.
    E damage. When a spokesman) for the "THE STONE CTERW
    Olson Thomas made a business trip

    ,I French delegation said that France Pat-Mike, what do they call little PROGRAMThe to Worthington Saturday.Dr. And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its vu des make

    did not propose to be helpless voluntarily black cats In Ireland T Seeber King, of Lake Butler,

    and by written agreement in Mike-Oi did know but I forget. Fifth Sunday Convention of the was a professional visitor here Sat- MEMORIRenowned
    the of Great Britain he "let S
    presence Pat-Kittens-Cleveland! Churches
    News. of Christ of Union and urday.
    the cat out of the p
    bag. So far
    as sea
    Bradford counties will be held with Raleigh Bielhng. of Providence, vis-

    prepartions are concerned the flimsy Neighbor-And how is your poor the Church of Christ or Christian ited friends In this community Tues-

    pretense was abandoned) of defense husband, Mrs. Jones ? Church in Starke Jan. 28 and 29, 1922. day afternoon. FOR ARCHITECTURAL!
    Y
    against: Germany, whose navy no Mrs. Jones-He suffers something These churches are affiliated with Miss Anna Beilile Peeples, daughterof

    longer exists. How England takes awful with his foot, sir, and I know "The Restoration Movement" whichis Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples, who is and EVERLASTING EN :;E
    the' attitude of France is shown
    by I what It's like because I've have it i in unfettered by ecclesiasticism, denominational attending the Miami High School, returned -

    Mr. Balfour's remarks attributing to my eye.-Old Doc Gags. names and denominational to Miami Sunday to resume Three essential factor to be consideumenU. ring monI.PPROP'
    France desire to make
    a
    England. A member of a the sea war Italian on When some people reach the top creeds/ ; and I is therefore seekingto her studies, after spending the Xmas are, BEAUTY, PERMAN

    of the ladder of success they climb restore to the world the simplicityof holidays with her parent, Anna's RIATENESS. You have
    delegation went so far as to speak ofa down again to see if anything has the Holy Spirit's plan of salvation, many"friends wish her great success. nation when the auura 11* ..combik -
    possible entente against France. II buying
    been overlooked. our material.
    L and the transforming of Last Wednesday
    No power pure, evening a few of her
    one can object to the determination
    undenominational New Testament intimate friends with bright and COGGINS
    I jovial MARBLE CO. C GP.
    of France not
    to make herself much more able to continue than she
    Christianity.These faces came to her home to
    give hera
    helpless in the presence of any nation; Is. Leading Manufacturer of the
    churches should strive to radiate I surprise party and bid her
    a
    Field
    prosperous
    but by entering into this agreement The Washington conference or Special Repre.enUtH
    did
    not
    the remedial love
    manifested by New Year and to their
    1, she would not make herself helpless. meet for the appreciation W. ELLERY:
    k purpose of equalizing Jesus Christ; and be witnesses of the of her accomplishments durIng DAVIS STAR +.
    She Is already helpless so far as England military naval
    or power but of reducing reality of' salvation by the blood of I the past year.
    +;r, is concerned and has been for it proportionately, and the na Christ through heartfelt losing .

    many years. For scores and scores of tion that refuses to accept its just obedience to the simple command; of I -
    r years England has had the colonies
    proportion of
    the reduction assumes His "
    T gospel. See -Matt. 28:17-20
    of France in her power. Her navy, an attitude so threatening to all that Mark ; rU
    16:15-16; Luke 24:45-47:: Acts
    overwhelmingly superior, has made It it invites all to continue to prepare. 2:37-38; Romans 614. ; You've heard about it! Come to Gai sLilleh

    wt pnxHihle for her to cut Franco off France has already alienated Eng Program-Saturday

    k r from her colonies. Under this agreement land and Italy and except for inaccessible 10 .. m., Opening Session.

    she would be no more able to Poland are so divided
    geographically 10:15: Welcome Address-Ernest
    t do this than she Is now. In the absence that they could not assist Thomquest. Our PRE-INVENTORY S4ES

    of any agreement France could each other in
    a war that was not 10:30, Response-S. 11. Dodd. I
    |not possibly provide for the
    protection against Germany.
    t Poland could not
    10:45: How to Make Our Conven-
    of her colonies for England Start Jan. 6th
    It help France against England. tions More Efficient. End Jan. 16t
    more able to continue to build on her By clinging militarism France ,
    11,00: Discussion i
    on Eph. 5:19, and
    existing scale than France on hers. has alienated two of her allies
    f and has Col. 3:16 for the sake of

    p The agreement proponed does not increase created a less cordial feeling on the (Question: Do these Scriptures unity. for- Big Factory Sale Aluminum

    the relative power of Englandit part of other nations that have been bid instrumental accompaniment In Ware Jamfy 2th
    + rather diminishes it. It does not
    ,
    extremely friendly to her. If she
    assumes the worship of God?)-W. E. Daug-
    increase tho possible of Enir-
    power
    the responsibility for making arty S. H. Dodd and J. B. Crews.
    ,i land as compared with France; it the Washington conference EVERYDAY
    failure
    a 12:00: Adjourn for dinner.Afternoon A
    i BARGAIN
    It. So it
    'diminishes stems bad judJr- she will lose the sympathy of the civilized D.GAINESVILLE.FLORIl.
    ment in France to insist on I
    con. world
    and it that
    was
    s sympathy 2.00:
    p. m., DevotionalFrancesd
    tinuing a rivalry that exists only in that II.
    gave her the victory in theworlwar. Murrhee. I|I.
    Imagination and that England H Her soldiers fought bravely! 2:15
    Exposition of 2nd Tim. 4:6-8: : Quarit I.
    but she would have been overthrown .
    t To Cure a Cold la Oa. Day early in the watt if England "The Fight"-W. E. Daugherty.. Service f
    first ami
    "The
    1,All tTIVL BROMO QUININE R.hbte) r Faith"-S. H. Dodd. I I
    Tate
    i the c-.h end H Mtai.he anti .".h.' off. 'to'r. then others had not gone to her assistance. "The Couno"--J. B. Crews.
    : I' W. G ov.liluatwe: o'U.ca bpa 30. .-Times-Union. "Th Crown"-E. Williams. !

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    4 tp? ..'..ia BUADFORIJ COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TIIRED

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    I -- t"JJlRDlrUI.u.u.u! .., u I I3.I A. Davis, Jr., 15 years old, a-;; : and Mrs. R. T. Colson. I I Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville Kingsley Thursday.J. :

    Florida i narrow escape from death, Saturday Mrs. Hut to and daughter, Idp), of spent first of the week with her II. Lowery watt a visitor to Jacksonville
    .n< Short Paragraphs I I evening when Mr. Davis' :33-foot Adel, G..., nre upending! this week enta. firxt of the week.

    -....."..... ---'- -- It1 launch blew up in the Halifax river here with relatives. j ji Silaa Futch win n visitor to St. Augustine (Dork Norman, of Rniford, visited
    L4C : I about 300 feet south of the drawbridge i Mrs. Tarrlsh, of Dukes, is spending / Saturday. relatives in Lawtey Saturday.

    State Newsy at Port Orange. Mr. Davis the week hero with her sister, Mrs. Edward Edwards, of Gainesville, Julius Eunice, of Port Tampa, spent!
    J i iI escaped injury but his son receiveda Tiercy Roberts. spent several days with relatives in Sunday at his home here. '
    6 painful, though not serious, woundin i i Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Lawtey last week. Alonzo Strickland, of Klngsley,
    Our EJCcha"l. the back of the head caused by I, Resale, spent Sunday with relatives at Louis Brown of Waycroas Ga., I a visitor here Thursday. wasp .
    the flying glass from windows in the Santa Fe. from I Iherp.
    spent Wednesday until
    Friday Joe Marr, of Starke
    I carload a! I a4 .u.n m.1IlIImIIIlIt cabin. The explosion according to Carl Ward, of Atlanta, Ga., is visit- spent Sunday \tuFl i
    the with relatives in Lawtey.
    L t ?{ a man ai f& dot chip, Practically every printing office in Mr. Davis was caused by a leak in ing relatives here this week. V. R. Reddish spent several days in -
    estalewas ?" "knownthe I i Tampa including both of the daily i the acetylene gas lighting system in Several attended church at New Plant City last week with relatives. Quite number of quarts of straw

    December t"fromdlonpcel newspaper* and all of the large job the cabin. With his son he had gone Hope Sunday.N. Miss Louise Blanchard of Jackson- berries were picked in this vicinitylast :
    i offices began the new year workingon down the river on a pleasure trip and G. Hayes of Bradford, was in ville, spent Sunday with her parents week but the frosts of Monday

    *b the ."open shop" basis in their when they started back Mr. Davis town Monday.Lee Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.W. and Tuesday will probably set them
    >Long 41!shot to turned his in the cabin and back a few days.
    deatbaro.y composing rooms. on light Byrd, of Jacksonville, was a
    midaiR The proprietors F. Godwin was visitor to .
    about : Ossie Prevatt, of Jacksonville spent
    ,
    T night It declined to meet the demands of the joined his soon who was steering the visitor here Saturday afternoon. Hampton Friday. ''
    fcsonville.ng Saturday and Sunday with his mother,
    Ittontiet craft.
    Jam! alii typographical union for an increase Several from here attended the social Mrs. J. E. Brown and daughter.
    for !t Mrs. R. M. Prevatt.
    is -elderly"bllt in wages :for that branch and declined at the home of Mrs. Colson, of : Miss Florida, returned to W.ycross.Sunday Nrr
    whoiti | fi Sambo Griffls, of Jacksonville, was
    bred (fi also to agree to the continuation of C. C. Frasier, 21, proprietor of'the Pine Hill Friday night after spending a week at
    : a visitor to Lawtey Sundya.A .
    shots the forty-four hour week in the job Frasier Cash Store of Sanderson Baker Iva Colson, of Mt. Dora, spent the their home here.
    s
    offices.. shot and week-end here with friends.
    county was seriously
    Jack Howe of noted Russian singer that
    OkeechoVI 'I Kingsley, was a vis- says
    .ne declares! that wounded by an unidentified person Lewis Shriver spent Sunday after- the
    acre'' itor here Sunday. less a woman wears the longer she
    I tomato thinJresent ':*East Coast Planting Satsuma orange trees ap- early Monday night while standing noon with friends at Guilford. Mrs. W. M. Redding, of Jackson will live. In that event it is only a ak
    Florida a on'e*>ll probably pears to be taking hold with a num- in front of the fireplace in his homeat L. L. Johns, of New River, spent ville, visited relatives in Lawtey Sun question of time when half of the tM
    HI Increase over ber of people In Florida at this time. Sanderson. Mr. Frasier had just, Monday here attending to business af undertakers will go out of business.
    it of last .leading gro" The Chipley Banner tells of the ac- left his store. He entered the house I fairs.R. day.Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville spent

    I are of the bo that the eta tivities of E. N. Dekle and W. M. Jenkins and left the front door partly open. T. McDavid of Cooter Pond, was New Year's at the home of Mr. and Rich men are not all self made. la tn.
    will, be a ,I acres who are planting to put out six- Mrs. Frasier was seated in a rocking transacting business here Monday. Mrs. G. L. Futch. most cases their workmen made their h'

    I ty acre in Sataumas near Round chair near the hearth when the first School opened Monday after a hol- Mr. and Mrs. Alex William. and money for them. tr

    e four-mas* [Wary) schooner' Lake. They will add to the planting shot was fired. The charge scatteredand iday vacation of one week. children, of Jacksonville, spent several &
    y VII was |Jacksonville by putting in sixty acres more the 26 buckshot entered his legs and Chesley Fogg and family, of Graham days with relatives here last fbe Quinine ,at Does Not Ailed Tf- hoed.
    extinguish II "' following season. The Banner also] body Another shot followed the passed through here week. ...-."... nf Its tame and Inxnrlv .11'..... W.XA.TIVF. .
    I Monday
    en-
    [ cargo ofr : IIROMO QUININE (T.b.t.) am b# taken
    tosotedght 111 I ho head. t.W.GROVES.lgatweuabus-
    flames ( 1IJ! for I III I I about to have six hundred and forty house advices stated. Mr. Frasier side.R.. guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Durban *

    i hours. Age,I lit vmfl aidwages j I t I acres cleared in the section just referred fell to the floor and Mrs.- Frasier W Surrency, of Graham, passed Saturday and Sunday.
    ', to and the entire tract is expectedto rushed from the house to seek assistance through here
    aniourj 11IroximalfJ: I Sunday enroute to Brad- Henry Redding, of Raiford, was a 1886
    |30,000. be put into S taumas. *. She heard someone running visitor here Sunday.Mr. .
    down the road in front of the house ford.The
    body of Mrs. Jesse Knight, of and Mrs. F. H. Crowther, of
    Center Hill j i. It is something unusual to read of but because of the darkness she was Jacksonville, was brought here Tues- Green Cove Springs, were guests last

    their harvest rI now reeping from I an Indian going to buy a hunting license unable to get a good description of day and was laid to rest in New Hope Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. Higrgin- DAVISINSURANCE tail a.

    heir green strl I a trop, which I but the Lake Worth Herald the person. She believes, however, !cemetery. Rev. Moody, of LaCrosse, botham.Mr. .tn""

    has made CentelIwhoenjoyvegeif 1 torn< to those I tells of the application made by an the would-be-assassin was a white conducted the last sad rites. and Mrs. L. D. Dorman return. .a

    llree hundred I Indian! and it was a woman at that. man. I Eldon Baxter, who spent the holidays ed to their home in Jacksonville] Sun- ltkbr*

    Fto five hundred I II tare'easting' "Ada Tiger a Seminole Indian girl] here with his parents, returnedto day, after spending several days with

    I daily by cxpresj residing at Indiantown near Jupiter, Lieutenant Samuel Howard Davis, Alachua Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown, near here. Mr
    called at West Palm Beach recentlyfor of San Antonio Ttexas, and William Emily Abbott and Mrs John Fortune Moulin and daughter, Le-
    t hunter's Christopher Sinclair of Augusta, Ark. Shriver have been the sick list
    The municip I1 Jacksonville a license. She obtained on the onie, of Jacksonville, were guests on
    I license No. 42. The Herald says that were killed and their bodies burned past few days. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett. STARKE
    the new y' tb
    ,1 begins cash. This i ''S9.37$13318221n less: :than she indicated the license was for her when their plane crashed about five j All members of B. Y. P. U. are urg.ed W. M. Redding was a vintior to ,
    own benefit and invited the court Wednesday. The accident was I'eport-I| to be present next Sunday night,
    ..: actual cash on na |l the last day officials to 'come along and she would miles from Carlstrom Field at noon as there is special business to attendto. -
    of December, 1 .0 j abe report for show them big! time." The Seminolesare and the wrecked plane and was founded .

    that year shoahe city ended still hunting-and some of them by civilians who witnessed the fall j
    the with i ate of ,JU"; GENERAL INSURANCE
    year ,
    : Ret the license just the same as pale by searchers from the flying field a <' LAWTEY .
    ;'" 177.59.[; faces. short time later. The time of the ac-i -

    ( I cident was based on the time register. | Lawtey, Jan. 6.-Mrs. J. H. Bos- HAROLD C. WALL,.. .

    Joe Hubbard im MMJ Edward'i Leaving the office of the: American ed by wrist watches of the victims tick, of Milltown, Ga., accompanied by
    ,I mere arrested picht I to Express Company shortly before 2 which had stopped at 11:42 a. m. her daughters/ Mrs. Lucien Colemanand STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

    t cola on charEeio liur o'cloik Wednesday afternoon with The cause of the accident is under- Mrs. Peters of Waycross, Ga.,
    the death of Jei' Lbmrrt (I' isl I $!r,000( to make a deposit in a local ermined at the present time but a are spending a few dqys here at the ; LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE .

    charged the Hum dnot) Lambmert bank, Samuel Leslie Smith, 25 yearsof thorough investigation is being made homes of Mr. and) Mrs J. L. Harrell r
    during a drlnkbe/ !. Ofl a court of inquiry. The machineIs and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwfn.

    are searching r 'her man who I at Tampa, reported to the sheriff's said to have gone into a tail spin a J. M. Bond, of Jacksonville was attending -
    is said to have \m!Un! to one of office seven'' hours later that he had few feet from the ground when the to business in Lawtey first of f

    the Hubbard's. ( been attacked in his automobile by officers were descending from a the week.

    two tall slim men, unmasked, driven practice flight. Farmers who saw Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine spent!
    The first on locomotive through the heart of the city to a Into flames and then fell to the Thursday and Friday at Jacksonvilleand

    over to leave Lt, is been sent secluded place In the woods, blindfolded the accident said the machine burst Pablo Beach.

    from the shops' !'lanl1,' taut robed and tied to a tree. lip rround. Both bodies were badly. I'I Miss Mattie Harley, of Jacksonville, -
    Line here to M(. n 1 to be operated later disentangled himself, made his burned. spent New Year's day at the homo of
    on the Get new Everglades way to a neighborhood grocery and _______ ___ i II I i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Har-

    branch 1 Haven and was brought to the city. I BROOKER {i ley.Mrs.
    Clewiston railrl', r>'h 'i- built ,. W. A. Barrett of Gainesville,

    along the Boulh.re! of Lake The body of Deputy- United States Brooker, Jan. 6.-J. R. Eddins, of visited relatives in Lawtey last week. UNIVERSAL CAR
    Okeechobee 1 Marshal Adam W. Oberlin was foundat Gainesville, was a business visitor 1 Dr. Curtis, of Orange Heights, was THE

    I a point about five miles west from here Thursday. the guest last week of Dr. and Mrs.J. .

    Jasper News a ta payers' the Tamiaml Trail Canal. Mr. Ober. Misses Rosa and Vera Surrency, of II. Carrodine. New Prices
    association has :omized. in Suwannee fin mysteriously disappeared about a Pine Hill, spent Thursday here with Miss Eunice Whitehead visited relatives .

    county) ur hundred : month ago and since that time stren- relatives.T. in Starke Thursday and Fr ;
    members and Iii .wing. The I iuoa efforts have been made to solve C. Hazen spent Thursday at- day. '. F.O.B.OETROITChassis : ;
    purpose of the a nn is to demand i the mystery. Today Bob Watson and tending to business in Jacksonville.Col. i Miss Dorothy Knight, of Milltown, .-
    the eliml useless expenditures some Indians were hunting and discovered A. Z. Adkins and Julian Peek, Ga., was the guest of Mlaa Marguerite $29 .
    hundred of Starke spent here attending Godwin first of the week. -..
    and n one the body. When Mr. Ober- Wednesday -
    cents In nervier very dollar lin left Miami he drove west on the to busineas. Habitual constipation cured Runabout $32

    expl'nded" Tamiami Trail about fifteen miles, Harriet Rltch, of Starke, spent in 14 toll: Day Car $355 i
    !left his car and then disappeared in part of ]last week here with her friend, "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. Touring

    Work on the 'Ifr at Pablo the Everglades. The body when found Virginia Weeks. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa for Habitue Chassis $445
    Bllllch Is very satls- wos badly decomposed. His coat Mrs. M. C. Pinholster, of4 Jackson Constipation. It relieves promptly but ,; Truck
    progress I fIlawkes should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
    factory rate, a'l' to Engineer was hanging in a nearby tree and a ville, spent last week here with rela- to induce regular action. It Stimulates! Coupe $595

    of tIfI' of Sbarlow,I revolver was ]lying by his side. tives.Mr. Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak&* 80c .
    Hawkes and Bit 10 have _con and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and per bottle. Sedan $660

    struction under on About; The first quota of patients from son, Emra, were visitors to Starke on '
    ; Thursday afternoon.Dr. These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
    350 feet of th'll v been set the State Hospital for the Insane at '
    by Contractor f, nd from nowon Chnttahoochee has arrived at Gainesville Tribble of LaCrosse, was a DOg aaaaaaoo the history of the Ford Motor Company.

    finite the shapp pier wil'! 8 mote de-'I i Farm and Colony been quartered for the Epileptic at the Florida and visitor S. V.here Andreu'was Wednesday.a visitor to New == II Orders are coming; fast'*so place yours

    Feeble-minded. The quota included River Thursday.Mrs. Indigestion gD promptly to insure early delivery. flj r
    G. M. Devil! who has been
    Tampa led tho J building re- thirty-three girls and seven boys, aU visiting
    cords for the m. etober t with white and they are to be followed by relatives at Newberry, returned Many persons, otherwise ElTicorous J. W. ANDREWS. JR.

    St, Petersburg lacksonville approximately] more. The coonyhas home last week. N and healthy, are a Dealer.STARKEE.
    third anti Millm Tampa a to- been established on the SeaboardAir Sumner Andreu, of Bradford, wan Q, bothered occasionally with a .

    tal for the firs sths of 1921 Line Railway, just outside! the in town Thursday afternoon. a Indigestion. Tho effects of a a ,
    Was swelled to f tan increase city limits and during the ]last two G. B. Colson;: and son, Ressie, spent a disordered stomach- on the a -= .
    af more vet the came years nearly $200,000 has been expended Thursday in LaCrosse. system are dangerous. and
    than
    period a rtohl of (be. by the state in clearing land News was received here last week M prompt treatment of Indices- H --
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    dUring 91! cent. and and equipping buildings. by relatives of P. S. Colson, who Is I a then Is Important. "The only a
    erecting
    tober 910 per A. MARTIN SEED CO.
    greater permits w 1 same month 'I Approximately $200,000( additional has in El Paso, Texas, stating he was seriously I_a .been wo thing U needed aid dlges-has a .
    than the
    last been appropriated by the legislature ill. Mr. Colson- was at one timea I then and clean tho liver," fl OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
    year. and is now available for further ex- resident of this place and has many ,U writes Mr. Fred Ashby. a a JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
    friends and I'el.tivel.who wish him a Mdpn.". Terse fanner. \
    Mayor Pulve Petersburg, tension of the institution. I "My medlelno la 0 SEED POTATOES

    has written a 1 t the aviators speedy Relatives recovery.of Miss Ruby Parker received I. Spaulding Numb- Rose Early Rd Bliss Triumph and Irish Cobbler.. W. ee '
    of that city ;them, nol to Up to the present mystery surrounds I. Thedford'sBIACKDMU6HT a now randy to quote contract prices for December find January delivery.
    reo last week her
    fly on yt t the noise the killing of Walter Pressler.a cards announcing Our Seed Potato. are the U,hl quality, Main grown, selected ...d. Mftea
    of such a the winter negro chauffeur, who was found at marriage to Mr. Pete Arndt, at Grand quantity and variety you will want.
    orb
    the
    motors w lliam Park the .wheel of his.ear on a road below Rapids, Mich., Saturday Dec. 24th. MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS .,
    visitors gath.I I chpck. M"lJltrie and fourteen miles sooth of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin] McKinney, of I II.*. made good with both tho .mall gardener and farir or end Ilio on.* wfc.
    to pitch hore8bo ':ur, Christmas morning, Louise, spent last week here at the plant thousand of acre*. Plant ,_fall crop with Martin's Hy T.., 3d and h -
    era! and bend con. St. Augustine Mr.f' sure result., .
    chessll]) the back of home of Mrs. MeKinney's parents, a
    time wound in IndlgeetloB and stonaeb
    the with a gunshot a FALL CATALOGUEMartin'
    ct'rta and otheass I and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. I ebl. of k'nd. I have .
    away m..1'I Iiq his head. Jack Chesley, white is being Shaw of Gainesville I i'for,... found any anything that 0 *Fall 3e C..IOIu"I.I now ready.. Writ for it. Everyone latin....I
    Albert was a
    I held In the county jail In connection .. the spot like Black Mm I. Florida fall and wiator crop should avail th.ms.lv.s! of Infonnntiom imntatnod ,
    i with the case.' It appears that visitor here last week. | I Draught I take It In broken SS in our dcriptivo_...0..... Supplied FREE on rqut .. tho e who *.... In hiBrm oi"'
    IC the negro' drove Chesley and a partyto L. A. Brown manager of the BradI doses after meal,. Tar a beg mm .. .. promptly. Writ for It today. .

    Oro"s Taste) I I Ipunfylni TODIe reewre and the home of a relative below Moul- ford County Telephone Co., has been |I time and I tried plll. which gripsj Z5 a E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
    od didn't rive tho good
    Energy and Vita (eel ita trie late Christmas eve and it is pre- busy putting up new telephone lines II Tv snlta.Black Draught liver a .
    -- - - -- -
    Enriching the Blo 1011 bow sumed that the killing took place on between Brooker and Graham. Q I| medicine Is easy to take easy. U -- -- --

    Ilrenglhenlng, Inv I tefeC.and IIf! how the return trip. The dead man, when Mrs. Dukes, of Dukes, has been here I to keep. a Big Reduction In' Prices You will make a mlatakaa
    It brIngs suds visiting relatives for several days. fiat If order fertill-
    color t. iJI then discovered by some woods riders was a packat from TOOT you your .
    It Impro"es the y" gripping the steering wheel of the car Among the visitors to the county 0 drnrglst today-: -Ask: for and a zer without citing. our new price Mats Jut Js ued. Plenty .

    appreciate Its true : simply and the engine was still running, in- seat Monday were: A. A. and B. 3 .Insist upon T edford's,-the a of Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides t
    Grove'l Tasteles8' it dicatfng that the man died instantly Hazen, Claude Crosby, A. B. F'I I only gsnolae. a Sprayers Poultry Supplies. j

    Iron and Quinine dsnspeblao! ;:;; upon being shot. cy, W. H. Harrell P. A. Crosby, | Get It today.IIOODDtb a E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. r
    pleasant even chi" 'IL and IRON to ,'>; Gainey, Emery Thomas. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
    LMe1la QUININE t EnriCh it. DestTO I '.J! gerrP' .1 A. Davis, : Get December lit, 1921. reduced price ]>ta before bsylsg.0's .
    her with her Mr
    Gnp germs by Its' ;dllpg./n./igot/ I man of Daytona, Beach, and his son :Sunday parents, n t

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    4400 oaf -WON K1nIll'I01) Thursday.
    4h Jm .1. Mr par J. H. Lowery was a visitor _..
    tss. If-. Deakin.eN i unville first of the week.
    t-w so 'It A.\. Pork Norman, of Raiford ,..... .
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    relatives in Lawtey Saturday ., ";'
    '0 d Oaitwavslle.rd.di.ea Julius Eunice of Port Tamp .p.-t ...
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    + i nr1 Sunday at his home here. tam
    Alonzo Strickland of King f, ...# .
    MJA.ss. Ga., a visitor here Thursday. '' ,. "

    now F'nday Joe Marr of Stark, spent utnfar

    4' with relatives in Lawtey. .. .;
    f* ....f.l days inItt ...
    Quite a number of quarts of straw.berries
    _nsj relatives.of .
    Ii.::
    were picked In this eiMNy
    ettrt JaekionWr .
    fast week but the fronts of Yoed.y
    5-- Wr parents, and Tuesday will probably -! rhea _:.t
    alt ..arr.j 1/e.rr a rd.totsw back a few days.

    ll" a visitor todaughter Oasie Prevatt of Jackaonvi.i' ...... '
    0=4 Saturday and Sunday with his c Aber. _
    sett Mrs. R. M. Prevatt.
    .... ,
    + w Waycross '-
    Samba Griffin of Jacksomn war
    "O. ..1111v leaw a week at'' a visitor to Lawtoy Sundya.
    .... firA

    ---. .ply). was a visor I noted Russian singer-sav tfc*. sw

    the less a woman wears the ion.,_r err
    .-... .. of JackRonwty will live. In that event it Is a .If a
    ....-1.. .. Sun- question of time when half r>' tW
    .. undertakers will go out of busln.a*.

    41010"ftbuunville. spent .'
    ow.. ->f Mr. and Rich men are not all self m.. ... !.
    moat cases their workmen mail tktr I

    SR"rtw Williams and money for them.
    r ;-.... pent Rev -
    fbe Quinine .ml Dots fiat Attest I* Mass
    two
    'M here last fttraiinfi its tunic anti l...iiv. ."... .. .....
    TIVF. I1KOMO Olll.NINK (T"h.<.. nil rr f
    ... |......, was then by anyone .without C.W.GKOVb rmiitliiil 3 tirrvtmniiMWlulhohrad. IH lUiu*u.' rt.Aa.a i
    .. "*.
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    x was a I 1886 .
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    + s..w..e ..er'e 1/1I..t. last
    >ge..la+ f dr.. U Iligginlt.w. DAVISINSURANCE .:
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    ilt tOm v.,.al days with :
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    saM...I*! itutir hter. Le- attw
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    o" .tlftul ,..e.r ,u'ata on
    absrtf/ ......9 \I Padgett.a STARKE
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    lisseempentoIteit ew Prices

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    .- 'is $29
    Pf-\ _j
    ad tou" Son out $32
    ., IJt Modrta.e.
    O. .., I ng Car $355
    A Me" 4"4.tut f
    ..,..... Chassis $445 ate I

    ......... $595 M
    .rrwa orfeg1e.
    ... $660
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    ... 7is lowest prices of Ford car sin

    rrtU..-- .'of the Ford Motor Company.coming .
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    ........ > insure early delivery. Q Ire '.
    h now eits. .i
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    VV. ANDREWS: JR.
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    .. .,. ... Dealer, STARKEr'
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    /eatd to sot fHy.;...::- I

    tow,
    t sd poem Pees.'Ile kRTIN SEED CO.

    t> LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
    g.w q
    '.4 fiirr.A Mer.atg > JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

    ..b.4ii ri SEED POTATOES

    ere Ms. tl..>. Earl Red Bliss Triumph and Irish C.bMm. _. see
    e a of ortY it prices for December January dcfi.....
    U highest quality Main. ,row... ..l ctJ ...1 ......
    ,iwat.ARTINS.
    HY TEST SEEDS
    [\ IM null gardener and faro .r sad Urt e..m was
    (lost your fall crop with Martin' My h. so"* a" _

    + ( FALL CATALOGUE

    'i e. U now r. dy. Writ for ".. C_n>Mifnf i.tr..m.J
    ( >. kouUI avail th.n ..l*.. ., Ial.rmM..e.e.r.4
    V Supplied FREE on request I. thoM wk. M4 I -
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    If yoa order your 'enJAi.Ir
    our new price Hats Just _oed. n-a
    n ipt shipment. Order now. Fertilizer to-

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    J :; -THE FEAST- OF ST. ABEL --i ITINERANT TUBERCULOSIS CVf- ,-DEBS FREED At) ACT OF GRACE ]'I-3:00, Report of churches, and busIness I John-L. IIannon, of Gainesville; ,- l'f. T VIwha remsd

    NIC X _i session. 1 here on business Thursday. edt >r sad sowr1w

    {' Woodmen Celebrate Occasion: With Pardon Not Granted; Sentence ComMuted Adjourn for dinner. ) Marvin Stokes, of LICrosse, spent e t bvej4M1; Calf i iin

    Huge Supper In acordance with promises madeto Evening I j'Thursday. with his brasher, N. II. pee eNatCltltttho ,

    the public of Florida during recent 7:00 p. m., Devotional-J. R. Bevill. Stokes. rusk.4mti
    pit Last Friday was 'the feast of St. made short trip to ht that Westil ,
    ;
    w months the Florida Public Health Association 7:15, Round Table Discussion: | Eurie Brown a
    Abel he who slain with Washington, Dec. : .-Eugene V. h. reabo
    was a jaw. is !Lake Butler Saturday.Nell's '11
    rapidly maturing plans Me? Led '
    "What is Christ to by 43hine
    Debs, the socialist leader, was granted })sit of dtho
    bone, and it was thought meet by the for' its itinerant Tuberculosis Clinic. '
    V local order of Woodmen of the Worldto his freedom from Atlanta federal S. II. Dodd. Revised Grammar l ia'toa,
    At least clinic promised for
    ono was 8:00, "What Do Ye More Than Others I
    celebrate the day by putting their penitentiary on Christmas by President verbs to the When
    explaining
    each county selling as many as $12;;;. ? or,. What we have that the religious Teacher F in as i II
    own jawbones to the test, while gettins solely as an act of grace, his violation the following sentence to ; m''
    00 worth of Christmas Seals and ad- world needs-W. E. Daugh- I class, gave rthtag wnwchl
    of the laws remain | get jo ,
    outside of big war un- a1
    a Nell
    : supper. itiqnal clinics {in counties selling I''little : arsel .
    erty. War teal.e1
    After conclusion of the regular meetIng more than this amount. The clinic forgiven by the government This 8:35, Prayer service. 'My father had money.' In what Flbo ,

    the members present marched to onsists in a visit of several days was disclosed tonight by Attorney tense is the verb, Nell?" ter ka
    9:00, :Adjournment. -
    the Juanita restaurant. Only about General Daugherty, who made public the correct reply. .
    I prior to the actual day of examinationby Sunday Morning "Past tense, was rep '"nut .
    the text of his recommendations to Our eArof a
    one-half of the usual number 'My father has mon
    if
    was calls "But you say
    who
    a nurse on as many as 9:30 a. m.. Devotional Services Woman fns
    the in the Debs fellow ho Caepillio
    present, some timid comrades who president case. what tense Is the verbs""Oh
    possible of the homes where there has Mrs. S. lt. Dodd. ey; in be she tae
    I were afraid that the big supper would been consumption In recent years to "It will be observed," Mr. Daugh- 9:45: Special prayer and praise ser ," came Nell's quick reply, "that treI bspicy" e

    I ruin their appetite for the Christmas consult with the family regarding the erty said, ,'that a pardon was not vice-Led by Prof. Ernest Thorn- would be pre-tense." t666m .. -

    ,/. dinner, not many hours away, stayed advisability on having each member granted Debs but that his sentencewas quest. atiu0'
    at home. But the seasoned veterans, examined by a specialist. On theday commuted. The action of the 10:10, The Bible School a Blessing. Was Quite "Up in the Air" : Fever wdmost' Ppe. It's the

    ; wilDse appetite would be the last to of the clinic as many as possible president in no wise condones the offense (Four 10-minute addresses): lIe was an American air pilot and :eed dy we IponSt

    \ des rt them, determined to do or die. of> those who apply are examined, | and the relief was solely an act To Young People-C. F. Rivers. had taken his negro orderly up for a Adv

    :. Oysters in every style flowed like taking them in order of their applica- of grace. The gratitude of Debs will To Old People-Wm. Blake. I t I flight. As stunt followed stunt the -

    f, lava from Mt. Popocatepetl and Ion. According to R. H. Hixon, Ex- be measured by his conduct in the To the Community B. Crews. I negro's countenance grew from cream .PI 10 1 N Days

    , .I. quickly vanished. Eight gallons of. ecutlve Secretary there have always future.". To the Church-Jasper Allen. to yellow, then from yellow to saffron. 9rowt.ts aanAtocurelp 'PA7.0, mvrlevT' ..I filii

    , the product that mada Apalachicola' been many more who applied than The administration's theory of action 11:00: Sermon-W. E. Daugherty. By the time they had effected a landing neI Ifnv, ;rtitaHwiidtz!" :
    I lo..ntlr
    famous were consumed besides large' could: be examined. Dy having a full in the Debs case, according to Mr. Subject: "The Conquering Church- the orderly was ready to collapse .,..nd.y: ,nfl,

    . quantities of crackers bread butter Daugherty, is to be considered aa the -
    time clinician the clinic can remain | What Are Its Characteristics? -
    I coffee, also pepper sauce enough to more than one day or can return for a government policy in relation to others 11:45: -The Communion.

    j burn up a ton of asbestos. Col. D. E. later visit. The nurse then on latervi.lts imprisoned for violation of the 12:00: Adjourn for dinner. Delegates
    , '
    Knight, as usual, led, and by precept co-operates with the family war laws of which classes of offenders will dine in homes to which they For 3

    j i and example encouraged his com ihysician in advising: the family of "probably no better case cauld beI I I!have been assigned. the fFI' MDEED"

    J; rades to not only eat all they could positive cases concerning care and selected; he declared than that of ,| Afternoon of

    ; ) for themselves, but to put in a deck- treatmentDr.: Debs. 2:15 Devotional-Mrs. W. E. ( {

    1 load for the absent ones. J. A. Morgan Israel L. Kapaian, president of "Regarding this class of so-called Daugherty. Livesloiwoose Jtry,

    i was second best; then Stump the Association announces the engagement 'political prisoners' as they are term. 2:30: Christian Endeavor-Mrs. ?AIN

    I Snyder and Rosenberg ran neck to of Dr. Lv C. Brewer, of Atlanta, ed by those who are demanding their Bessie McGruder, A. A. Futch, Miss

    1 neck. Ca., as full time clinician who until release," Mr. Daugherty said, "thereis Frances Murrhee. 1 if I' TIlE/ Bomt

    i Those present were: A. L. Alvarez, recently was connected with the no real reason why they should be 3.15, Missionary Session. Rubin thoraui t thing healiof

    Ralph Alvarez Col. A. Z. Adkins, R. Metropolitan Life Insurance Com.p.ny'a treated any differently than any other 4:00, Report of committees. oils of Mustaa .:1111 drlvu out

    Barrows, Roland Bryan, Fred Chase person who violates the law aside ) sad
    ,, Sanatorium at Mt. McGregor, Evening the aches,pa unhealthy
    I B. M. Dowling, W. A. Dubose, I* R. New York and who has for several from the fact that many of them, as 7:30, Sermon-Prof. Ernest Thorn- conditions ikeptlc, too.aailments -

    Edwards, R. A. Green, E. W. Hayes, months put been taking special postgraduate well as their friends and associates quest. cleansing and I :i (bit

    S. R. John., Col. D. E. Knight, Elmer work diseases of the chest on the outside actually believe and Subject: "Cod's Dispensasional can be rears ell treatment

    ,. Laxone, Clerk J. W. Morgan, J. A at the University of Southern Call. are sincere in their belief that they Dealings With Man; as seen in the Keep a bottle* M use-! another
    in the barn I sure
    , Morgan, L E. Miner D. I*. Rigby,, fornia. Dr. Kapaian states that Dr. have violated no just law and were Dispensational Religions( of the Bi- relief main, jilti Muataaf.I.H. prompt.

    f Sam Rosenberg II. M. Snyder, Dan Brewer's services as a consultant will strictly within their constitutional ble. .
    .
    : Sasser, D. L. Silcox, J. L. Silcox, J. be free to the Doctors of the state who rights In their public utterances which All Churches of Christ in Union

    B. Sapp, Walter Silcox, J. S. Sapp, F. wish expert consultation In regard to have been found to be in violation of and Bradford counties are expectedto MUST -t I;

    F. Stump B. T.Tulle H. L. Tillis F. the espionage act.
    questionable cases. Miss Ada M. send at least one delegate from
    L. Turner J. H. Williams, W. E. Webb.nd Whyte, who has been connected witbtbe "Of course there are otnera among each church. Instruct your delegateas "Z4 Good Old Standl IY r8"ILINIM

    the Telegraph reporter. Florida Public Health Association them who were and are actively, consciously to how much the church represented -

    After the supper came smoking,, for the past eighteen months as Director disloyal to our government will contribute to evangelistic: fund :

    story telling and joking. The utmost of the department of Public and who contemplate, and intend< to to be used to support evangelistic WON MANUFACTURINC CO..

    fraternalism prevails in this camp,, Health Nursing will contiuue to have disrupt and overthrow our present work in said counties. Also supply IJ4S teMknftkSm* .

    and this in one reason for Its rapid charge of the nursing service connected form of government whenever oppor delegate with accurate report from SOLD BY DRUG AND CI STIEStt..MeeawUnim.ntr"drlnrNmalal..M.mal.mL

    growth. Its advance during 1921 wa. with the clinics as heretofore. tunity presents itself and are working ,I church. ,

    very great and more progress yet 1 Is Mrs. F. A. Scott, was chairman of theSeal to that end. As for them nothing i The citizens of Starke in general, .Grip.. Such P4..eut.. LI....'C..ud_ dlwuM II........u. Bo toot Nlpvlv or Bhooktar Croup, Rot MimvW. .| in y era

    expected during 1922. Sale this year In Bradford coun need be said. They are past reason and the churches In particular, are invited 'kMpi Hoof D....... Nomad Udd.r, Non T..". Wow' A
    .., ...... ., .. .
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    Ito
    and In tJ.i s. 8p "li< lfkl" f.HUKOH Sam. ,
    ty. the only argument they can understand to attend the sermons of the I bonn and mul. o. wan irlold' to llujrtMir. Wonanlul -
    FRENCH ISOLATION is the heavy arm of the law. convention. Ponltnr' rmoily for I'lp. 8._| moos Nat
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    .
    CXarrh.Cwik.r. 110 Cv< Wonu..0.
    IJnd,'. Jaw Gave Out They have been justly and wisely con- Respectfully, I ae

    France Is entirely right in insistIng victed and must suffer the penalty of
    Lindy is a lltttle colored girl who THE COMMITTEE.
    | o
    on a declaration of the freedom WITH x5., TRIAL BOTTLE a 4
    works for Mrs. Lee in a Southern city. their misdeeds. FREE ,! .

    of the seas in connection with the Her mistress in talking of efficiency In reaching his decision regarding MILLER n Mfrtft 701'.........LtMtBnu.,.r rain...t.t"1 0.. GrtMMlMpoMtacIBtcd tfaxtlft, <||MM.*...,
    limitation or regulation of subma bold pun Yu."ur LjnliMnt !(at Tadl..e.L.IY
    the other day told a story about this Debs, the attorney general reviewedthe J /r... L"u. Mtiiufectaruw t... O.0Mith nnfcMttMt. 1 1I
    n..... It Is as Importatnt that our Braofclra.N. V.
    same Lindy. history of the case, quoting copiously Miller, Jan. 6.-H. S. Miller made a
    fare boats within the law thauhmarinra
    keep a* One day when Mrs. Lee was baking from the speech delivered by business trip -to Lake Butler Friday.. I j
    be to do Wh
    required so. a cake she wanted to ornament it withnut Debs before the Socialist convention N. H. Stokes and J. O. Dennison i
    ohjvrt to declaration of .
    ran a the free
    meats. Early in the morning she at Canton, Ohio, in 1918 pointing out | members of the county board of pub. I
    dam of the ?
    seas Who owns the seasif called the little girl gave her a big that the constitutionality of Debs' |11 tic instruction, attended the Florida !
    not free? Does
    they I
    are Enltlan.1colalm bowl of nuts and said: .1 conviction was upheld by the supreme |11 Educational Association at Orlando ''I J' .
    the mastery of all the waters
    "Now Lindy, I want you to crack. court and asserting that this was the Dec. 27-29th. I { .. I I1r
    beyond the three-mile limit? The Un -
    these fur me. I'll need a lot, so take second time Debs had "set up his Miss Mildred Roberts, of Lake But '

    ltd States under the agreement foilimitation r the bowl out under the tree where i it theories of government against the ler, visited Miss Johnnie Rimes last
    a of naval armaments will 1
    Is nice and shady." government itself"-referring to the week. i ,

    has as great strength aa Englanddo : Later Lindy brought in the shelled so-called Pullman strike in 1894. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Feagle of Winter '
    the United States claim the
    ( own nuts, but when A*>s. Lee started to Discussing the question of Debs'health. Park, spent part of last week with
    *r hip of the ? Or Is
    seas anarchy twigs
    put the finishing touches on her cake Mr. Daugherty declared that relatives In this community.Mr. .
    beyond the 3-mile limit each
    nation she found that she would need still he appeared to be physically strong, and Mrs. Romeo Bielling of 'lly i l?(
    doing as it pleases far
    so asaarfare more nut meats, so she called Lindy but as a matter of fact was not and Dundee, visited relatives in this section I
    vessels are concerned? Then
    and said: Che is not a normal man mentally on last week.T. I

    j' ennrrnd why not so? far as submarines i.re "There aren't enough, you'll have this particular subject. Considering H. Rimes was a business visitorto r. Hi"sa.

    to crack some more at once." Debs' age of 66 years the attorney Gainesville Saturday.T. .
    . But in hr policy of general .
    oppmHUon "Oh missy," said Lindy, "I can't general asserted that the percentageof II. Waters and family visited
    to limitation
    of
    a armamentsFranr
    has done herself incalculable crack" no moh, my jaws is all sore his life appropriated to the ten- their daughter, Mrs. Russell Parrish, Elberton Blueeorg to

    now. year sentence was excessive.CONVENTION of Dukes, Sunday.
    dams... When a spokesman for the< THE STONE E.TERNJ

    did French delegation aid that Franc. Pat.-Mike, what do they call little PROGRAMThe to Olson Worthington Thomas made Saturday.Dr. a business. trip And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its v des make
    I not propose to be helpless voluntarily black
    cats In Ireland ?
    Seeber King, of Lake Butler,
    and by written t in
    , agreement Mike-Oi did know but I forget. Fifth Sunday Convention of the was a professional visitor here Sat- MEMORIRenowned
    th
    presence of Great Britain he "le S
    Pat-Kittens!-Cleveland News. Churches of Christ of Union and urday.
    ** I
    the eat of the
    out bag. Sa far as seaprvpartiona
    i Bradford counties will be held with Raleigh Bielling, of Providence, vis-
    ar concerned the nlm.y; Neighbor And how is your poor the Church of Christ or Christian ited friends in this community Tues-
    pretence was abandoned. of defensgaiiMt
    e husband Mrs. Junes? Church in Starke Jan. 28 and 29, 1922. day afternoon. FOR ARCHITECTURAL|
    Germany, who y
    ** navy noIeft..r
    Mra. Jones
    -He suffers something These churches are affiliated with Miss Anna Beilile Peeples, daughterof

    the eilsta. How England takes awful with his foot, air. and I know "The Restoration Movement" whichIs Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeples, who is and EVERLASTING EN ;E
    attitude of France la shown b
    Mr. Balfour's remarks ;Y what It'. like because I've have it in unfettered by ecclesiasticism, denominational attending the Miami High School, returned -

    attributing t aTone my eye.-Old Doc Gags. names and denominational to Miami Sunday to resume Three essential factors to be coon de ying
    a desire to make moniPPROP
    a sea war 01England. n
    When some people reach the top creeds; and is therefore her studies after uments
    A member of the Italia j seeking spending the Xmas are, BEAUTY, PERMAN
    of the ladder of success they climb to restore to the world the -
    simplicityof holidays with her parent, Anna'smantriends RIATENESS. You
    have
    delegation went so far to of the
    as speak
    down assure is combination
    again to see if anything has the Holy Spirit's plan of salvation, wish her great success. -
    when
    a pnssibl e..tent. against France.N. been overlooked. buying our material.
    en* can object to the d.termln.- and the transforming power of pure, Last Wednesday evening a few of her

    undenominational New Testament intimate I friends with bright and jovial COGGINS MARBLE: CO. Ci

    than
    f Franc
    not to make hone much more able to continue than she V, GP.
    Christianity.These .
    helpless. in the presence of any nation; I.. faces came to her home to give hera Leading Manufacturer of tile.'
    churches should strive to ra surprise party and bid her 1 I
    but a Field
    prosperous
    by entering Into this agreemeshe rat The Washington conference did not or Special ReprcianUUW.
    diate
    the remedial love manifested New
    by Year and
    would not make herself helplesiKH e. meet for the of .to their appreciation ELLERY
    purpose equalizing Jesus Christ; and be witnesses of the of her accomplishments during DAVIS STAR! w
    to
    already helpless so far .. England military or naval '
    but
    power of
    re reality of salvation by the. blood of l the past year.
    it concerned and has been tort during it proportionately, and the nation Christ through a heartfelt loving ,

    t ...ny.n. For sroreir and scores of that refuses to accept its just obedience
    to the
    simple
    commands of -
    I years England .has had the coloniesf proportion of the reduction assumesan His 1
    gospel. See 'Matt.
    Franr in her power. Her navy, attitude so threatening to all that Mark 23:19-20: ;

    it ..._"hlmingly superior has made It it invites all to continue to prepare. 2:37-38: 18:15-18; Romans; Luke 614.24:45-47; Acts You've heard about it! Come to Gai sL Ile

    pr..ahl. for her to rut Franr off 1 France has already alienated Eng

    10- from .her &8Ionl... Under this agreement )land and Italy and except for Inaccessible 10 Program-Saturday .
    a. m.. Opening Session.
    sh. would he no able! to Poland
    more
    are so divided
    geographically 10:15, Welcome
    dW this than abe Is "now fn the as.ne..f b that they could not assist Thomquest. Address-Ernest .Our PRE-INVENTORY Sd uSr

    any agreement Franc couldplot each other in
    a war that was not 10:30
    : .Response-S. H. Dodd. I
    ..Ibl *
    .* provld for the
    tte- against Germany.
    pro Poland
    could
    I ties ef her colonies, for>> England i N\, help France against England. not tions 10:45 More, How Efficient.to Make Our Conven Start Jan., 6th, End Jan. 16t

    snare able to continue to build on her By clinging to militarism France j
    I 11:00, Discussion
    on Eph. 5:19, ands
    existing seal than France on her has alienated two of her allies and ha Col. 3:18 for the sake of unity.Question .
    Tfc agreement proponed does not i increase created) a less cordial feeling the
    '. on I ( : Do these Scriptures for. Big Factory Sale Aluminum
    the relative power of England part of other nations that have been bid Instrumental. accompaniment in Ware Jan 12th
    rather dLll nlah..
    U it.
    It does not extremely friendly to her. ,
    If she
    assumes I. the worship of God?)-W. E. Daug-!
    tIw
    InereaM possible power of Enirland
    the
    responsibility for< making city, S. }I. Dodd and J. B. Crews.
    as compared with France; itdiminishes the Washington conference EVERY DAY
    failure
    a 12:00, Adjourn for dinner. A
    So it BARGAIN
    It. bad
    ._ seems judgment she will lose the sympathy of the civ Afternoon
    '\ In Franc to insist on continuing ilised world and it was that '
    sympathy 2:00:
    m., Deotlonal
    a rivalry that exists only i i"r in that gave her the victory in theworld j Murrhee.p. -Frances

    : Imagination and that England I.r h war. Her soldiers I t
    I fought bravely! 2-15 Exposition of 2nd Tim. 4:6-8: : Qlla i>}

    I.. .. To Cairo a Cold la OB. Day but early she in would the war haVe if England been overthrown first and "The"The Fight"-W. E. Daugherty. Servlt@
    Falth"-S.
    IIItOIIO QUININI: : II. Dodd.
    t.A1cA ftVE > I
    \tJ = .. .n" rtthru.l tl'c.w. then others had not to her
    Fi r
    .It .n4J--'h. gone as "The Course"-J. B. Crew

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    1' mmmnlfn.n.u, rnfIJmDltWI"n: 1t 3. A. Davis, Jr., 15 years old, had a and Mrs. R. T. Colson. I Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville Kinijsley Thursday. --
    '
    - -414 I JdQ 0 .,,"" narrow escape from death, Saturday Mrs. Hunts and daughter. Id?), of spent first of the week with her parents J. II. Lowery wall a visitor to Jack-
    njBonville
    I i Short Paragraphs evening when Mr. ipaviH 33-foot AiM, Cia., are spending this week !, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. first of the week. fo

    i .1 ..,.......,,- launch blew up in the Halifax river hero with relatives. j ji Silas Futch wit visitor to St. Augustine Dork Norman, of Rniford. visited ;j0,

    about 300 feet south of the draw- i Mrs. Tarrish of Dukes is spending/ Saturday. relatives in Lawtey Saturday. "rru
    'Ne.a ,
    L bridge at Port Orange. Mr. Davis the week here with her sister Mrs. 'Toa
    ,state : Edward Edwards of Gainesville! Julius Eunice of Port Tampa, spent fit <
    escaped injury but his son receiveda icrcy Roberts. spent several days with relatives in Sunday at his home here. ."fern:

    'by painful though not serious woundin :i Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, Lawtey last week. Alonzo Strickland of Kingsley, waif ,* *,

    Our Exchang... ,r the back of the head caused by ]| Resale spent Sunday with relatives at Louis Brown of Waycross Ga., a visitor here Thursday. 11 f i f
    the flying glass from windows in the Santa Fe. 1 f ,
    111ID spent from Wednesday until Friday Joe Matt of Starke, spent Sunday JJS
    I A carload of l ,," "-.n..m''n.' _.n.a'1 cabin. The explosion according to Carl Ward of Atlanta Ga.. i* visit here i with relatives in Lawtey. w

    eat of ee man rat ihip Practically every printing i; office l : in Mr. Davis was caused by a leak in ing relatives here this week. V. R. Reddish spent several days in v
    number
    Quite of of flat<
    the elate,was '111eJ01l1l:4oJr.icel Tampa. Including both of ,the daily the acetylene gas lighting system in Several attended church at New Plant City last week with relatives. a quarts strawberries -.. *
    ?? December I : newspaper and all of the large Job ,the cabin. With his son he had gone Hope Sunday.N. Miss Louise Blanchard of Jacksonville were picked in this vicinity FI I
    0 week but the
    ,offlces began ,the new year workingon down the river on a pleasure trip and G. Hayes of Bradford was In spent Sunday with her parents last froeta of Mondayand
    Tuesday will probably set them o'tt!
    when they started back Mr. Davis town Monday.Lee .
    Bob Lone-- wb a the "open shop" basil In their Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. back few lcuo
    ,, to dnth composing rooms. The turned on his light in the cabin and Byrd of Jacksonville was a a days. III
    midnigJacksonville ,
    t about proprietors W. F, Godwin was a visitor[ to Oasie Prevatt of Jacksonville spent .
    'I bight! inJrease declined to meet the demands,of the joined his son who was steering the visitor here Saturday afternoon. Hampton Friday. Saturday and Sunday with his mother t

    coking for Jam on ton typographical union for an 'increasein craft. Several from here attended the social Mrs. J. E. Brown and daughter Mrs. R. M. Prevatt. t'w

    who it II dY.hthh! + wages for that branch and declined at the home of Mrs. Colson, of Miss Florida, returned to Waycross Sambo Griflfls, of Jacksonville was i f
    .
    \Iinota. id also to agree to the continuation of C. C. Fraster 24, proprietor of'the Pine Hill Friday night Sunday after spending week at a visitor to Lawtey Sundya. '
    t the forty-four. hour week in the job Frasier Cash Store of Sanderson Ba- Iva Colson of Mt. Dora spent the their home here. ". T;(

    The Okeechob| offices. ker county was shot and seriously week-end here with friends. Jack Howe, of Kingsley was a visitor noted Russian singer says that .cullA I

    tomato acreaut. 1 thlt wounded by an unidentified person Lewis Shriver spent Sunday afternoon here Sunday. the less a woman wears the longer she

    ,the Florida this I Coast Planting Satsuma orange trees appears early Monday night while standing with friends at Guilford. Mrs. W. M. Redding, of Jacksonville will live. In that event it la only a
    .j a con11 Pobab'present '! to be taking hold with a num- in front of the fireplace in his[ homeat L. L. Johns; of New Rivor spent visited relatives in Lawtey Sun question of time when half of the 1

    of I last sea| oerPggrow. ber of people in Florida at this time. Sanderson. Mr. Frasier had jus Monday here attending to business af undertakers will fo out of business. #4

    it of the The Chipley Banner tells of the activities left his store. He entered the house fairs.R. day.Ury Gunter of Jacksonville spent

    n i are will be abol I*. the totalCOP of E. N. Oekle and W. M. Jenkins and left the front door partly open. T. McDavid, of Cooler Pond was New Year's at the home of Mr. and Rich men are not all self made. In "

    ) ant who are planting to put out six- Mrs. Frasier wan seated in a rocking transacting business here Monday. Mrs. G. L. Futch. most canes their workmen made their ,

    I I ty acres in Satsumas near Round chair near the hearth when the first! School opened Monday after a hol- Mr. and Mrs. Alex: Williams and money for them. or ti

    The four-mas' 1 schooner Lake. They will add to the planting shot was fired. The charge scattered iday vacation of one week. children of Jacksonville, spent several 'hr"

    Percy VII was tklonvill, by putting in sixty acres more the and 26 buckshot entered his legs and Chesley Fogg and family of Graham days with' relatives here lust the Quinine ..at Dote Mol Affect Tr-> hoed r

    to extinguish fl | *Clr'iI( of following season. The Banner also body Another shot followed the passed through here Monday en. week. TiVr.BM-IIIM 11ROMO of Irs QUININK tnnlp and nab lii>rtil liv>'ran egret bo>_taken.XA. ..' '"f1,

    [ creosoted croBBt 1 iron had tells that the Dekle Land Company is first one and riddled the side of the route to Alachua where they will re- Ben Williams of Martel was the by anyonr without. CHtiittnil nnrwwnneaanrNntnlohohead. II
    C.W.GRUVIISalaaetueaoboa.: :Mil
    flames i about to have 'six hundred and house advices stated. Mr. Frasier :
    fought forty
    for nearly! guest of Mr. and Mrs. David Durban
    I I side.R.
    it' ten hour Age nasal said a aft I acres cleared in the section just refer- fell to the floor and Mrs.' Frasier W. Surrency, of Graham passed, Saturday and Sunday.

    damages amour 'lIIximateJ, red to and the entire tract is expected rushed from the house to seek assist- through here Sunday enroute to Brad- Henry Redding of Raiford was a 1886 "
    SO,000. to be put into Satsumas.It ance. She heard someone running visitor here Sunday.
    down the road in front of the ford.The
    house
    body of Mrs. Jesse
    Knight of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Crowther, of
    j" Hill\ d unusual but because of the darkness she was Jacksonville was brought here Tuesday Green Cove '
    Center is something to read of Springs were guests last
    harvest sow reapmctheir !from: 1 an Indian going to buy a hunting license unable to get a good description of and was laid to rest in New Hope Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. Hlggln- DAVISINSURANCE I

    \ their green strl [ roll, which but'the Lake Worth Herald the person. She believes however I cemetery. Rev. Moody of LaCrosse, botham. .her InI.

    } has made Ccnte|, I wn w those tells of the application made by an the would-be-assassin was a white conducted the last sad rites. Mr. and !Mrs. L. 1). Dorman returned I UNItli a,

    a> who enjoy velfe' iI 1 rte hundred Indian, and it was a woman at that. man. Eldon Baxter who spent the holidays to their home in Jacksonville Sun

    to live hundred! h f. are 'seeing "Ada Tiger 'a Seminole Indian girl. here with his parents returnedto day after spending several days with >ur'

    dnily by expres J residing at Indiantown near Jupiter Lieutenant Samuel Howard Davis Alachua Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Brown near here. Inl Innabed, :
    called at ,West Palm Beach ecentlyfor of San Antonio Ttexas and William'' Emily Abbott and Mrs. John Fortune Moulin and daughter, Leonie -

    ". The municip :i i' Jacksonville a hunter's license. She obtained : Christopher Sinclair of Augusta Ark. Shriver have been on the sick list the of Jacksonville were! guests on

    bogins the new v, b $$38148: license No. 42., The Herald says that were killed and their bodies burned past few days. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett.W STARKE

    in cash. This i il $ ? leu; than she indicated the license was for her I when their plane crashed about five 1 j i All members of B. Y. P. U. are urg. I M. Redding was a visitor to
    pi
    own benefit and invited the court' Wednesday. The accident was report-,I I ed to be present next Sunday night,, '' I
    actual cash on 111 the ,
    last '
    1 'tl day I officials to 'come along and she would miles from Carlstrom Field at noon as there is special business to attendto. -- -- "' \ 'I,0'
    of December, he -
    report for show them big time." The Seminolesare and the wrecked plane and was founded ,/
    that year show t us city endedba'e still hunting-and some of them by civilians who witnessed the fall |I 'f ''
    the year with i '! of |SI "t177.5it. ,. GENERAL INSURANCE '
    by searchers from the
    flying field
    ret the license just the same as pale n < LAWTEY
    I faces. short time later. The time of the ac-i "

    i .- cident was based on the time registerI I I i Lawtey Jan. 6.-Mrs. J. II. Bos- HAROLD C. WALL. ,
    Joe Hubbardin 'on, Edward, ed by wrist watches of the victims tick of :
    ., Leaving the office of the merican Milltown Ga., accompanied by tij
    were arrested td Iht t". Pen a- which had stopped at 11:42 her STARKE 'FLORIDAFIRE
    Express: Company shortly before 2 a. m. daughters, Mrs. Lucien Coleman ,
    cola on chargeic rder follownjr! | o'clock Wednesday afternoon with The cause of the accident is under- and Mrs. Petersof Waycross Ga.,

    the death of Jet bmert I' ISI $5,000 to make a deposit in a local termined at the present time but n are spending a few days here at the ; LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE ,
    charged the Hun :lot Lambmert thorough investigation is being made homes of Mr. '" h'I
    bank, Samuel Leslie Smith 25 years and Mrs J. L. Harrell 4
    during drink, !Jwl. Offiiers of ape the express company's cashier, by a court of inquiry. The machineIs and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwfn. :
    -
    are searching: :her man rho at Tampa, reported to the sheriff's said to have gone into a tail spin a J. M. Bond, of Jacksonville was attending .
    Is said to have v run fn ,ne of few feet from the -,
    ground when the -
    office seven hours later that he had to business in Lawtey first of T::::\I :
    , ; the Hubbard's. [i '
    officers
    '
    i been attacked in his automobile by : were descending from a the week. '
    I ,' I two tall alim men, unmasked, driven I practice flight. Farmers who saw Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine spent I, .. ,
    t The first on locomotive through the heart of the city to n into flames and then fell to the Thursday and Friday at Jacksonville ',

    , ver to leave Lc' is been 'ent secluded place in the woods, blind the accident said the machine burst and Pablo Beach. ; .:'.

    from the shops linti!: coastLine folded) robed and tied to a tree. lIe ground. Both bodies were badly i I Miss Mattie Harley, of Jacksonville

    here to M<' n I to he opcr- later disentangled himself, made his burned. spent New Year's day at the home of

    steel on the Cet new Eior- way to a neighborhood grocery and I |,. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Har tfr he b 'I'

    glades branch 1 HauT and was brought to the city. II I BROOKER | ley.Mrs.
    Clewiston railrl.' rh l- Milt { W. A. Barrett, of Gainesville,

    along the south re of Lake The body of Deputy United States Brooker, Jan. 6.-J. R. Eddins of visited relatives in Lawtey last week. UNIVERSAL CAR
    Okcechohee.Jasper Marshal Adam W. Oberlin was foundat Gainesville, was a business visitor 1'1 Dr. Curtis, of Orange Heights was THE ?

    a point about five miles west from here Thursday. the guest last week of Dr. and Mrs.J. ,f ...

    News I a taxpayers') the Tamlami Trail Canal. Mr. Ober Misses Rosa and Vera Surrency, of H. Carrodine New Prices C

    association has' nnizcd in Su- lin mysteriously disappeared about a Pine Hill, spent Thursday here With Miss Eunice Whitehead visited reI.atives :.J '
    wannce hundred relatives.T. in Starke Thursday and Fri
    county) ur month ago and since that time strenluos '
    members and i iii i| ,wing "?he [ efforts have been made to solve C. Hazen spent Thursday attending day.Miss a. F.OZB.DETROITChassis : : ; .
    purpose of the I j tan is to demand the mystery. Today Bob Watson and to business in Jacksonville.i Dorothy Knight, of Milltown
    .
    the elimfc and lane hundred covered the body. When Mr. Ober. of Starke spent Wednesday here at- Godwin first of the week. .

    cents in servictij' I very dollar lin left Miami he drove west on the tending to business. I tlabltual constipation curedIn :: Runabout $32 1'5,;

    expended." Tamiami Trail about fifteen miles Harriet Ritch of Starke spent 14 toll Day Car $355 ,!
    left his car and then disappeared in part of last week here with her friend "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially Touring i rf

    Work on then J ier at Pablo the Everglades. The body when found Virginia Weeks. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habltua ;> Truck Chassis $445 :
    Beach Is profrrcci a very satisfactory was badly decomposed. His coat Mrs. M. C. Pinholster of Jacksonville Constipation. It relieves ;promptly: but
    should be taken
    regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
    rate, ail' to Engineer was hanging in a nearby tree and a spent last week here with relatives. induce regular action. It Stimulates and Coupe $595 : 1

    Hawkes of tHI) of Sharlow revolver was lying by his side. Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak* OOc "

    Hawkes and B,?l ho have construction Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and per bottle. Sedan $660 .
    About son, Emra, were visitors to Starke on
    under ion. The first quota of patients from y
    These the lowest prices of Ford cars :in
    350 feet of thdlave] been set the State Hospital for the Insane at Thursday afternoon.Dr. BanDDDDBDDBD are

    by Contractor {< nd from now Chattahoochee has arrived at Gainesville Tribble of LaCrosse was a aa aa the history of the Ford Motor Company. f I

    on the pier wiliw > more de- and been quartered at the Flori visitor here Wednesday.
    Orders coming fastl"so' place
    ;
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    are yours
    finite shape. da Farm Colony for the Epileptic and S. V. Andre was a visitor to New ==
    Feeble-minded. The quota included River Thursday. Indigestion g promptly to insure earl delivery. Qj f ;

    all Mrs. G. M. Devil!, who has been vis- P
    Tampa led the' i building records thirty-three girls and seven boys, I
    for the m [(Jctober, with' white; and they are to be followed byapproximately. iting relatives at Newberry returned Many persons otherwise' DTlgorous J. W. ANDREWS. JR. t .

    St Petersburg Jacksonvillethird ,173: more. The colony home last week. o and healthy., are D Dealer.STARKE ..

    and Miam] Tampa's to- has been established on the Seaboard Sumner Andreu of Bradford, wall a bothered occasionally with Q

    tal for the firs' ,nths of 1321I Air Line Railway, just outside the in town Thursday afternoon.G. a Indigestion. The effect ef a mm -

    Was swelled to t I an Increase city limits and during the last two B. Colson;: and son, Resile, spent a disordered stomach on the ZS ==-==- -

    of more than a I: Lrer the name years' ,nearly $200,000 has been expended Thursday in LaCrosse. 0 system are dangerous, and Jj .,, I
    Period during t total of October by the state in clearing land News was received here last week prompt treatment of InditesD.
    0' by relatives of P. S. Colson who lain a don Is Important. The only. B ;
    cent. and buildings.
    permits WI<< ,:-300 per and erecting equipping needed has mm E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
    El Paso Texas, stating he was seriously a bsasisomething
    month additional has
    greater $200,000 *
    than IK same Approximately te aid dlgee f I. '
    last year. the. been appriopriated by the legislature III. Mr. Colson was at one timea '0 Lion and clean the liver." D OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

    and is now available for further extension resident of this[ place and has many 0 writes .. e)8ccKinnaTeza.Fred Ashby a mm JACKSONVILLE FLA. J
    farmer. y ,
    friends and relatives who wish him a ., i
    Mayor Pulved -t I. Petersburg! of the institution. speedy recovery. o "My edtelne. te fl SEED POTATOES ..i ..1

    has written a I li ::0 the aviators Relatives of Miss Ruby Parker received Spauldlng Number 4 Ro.., Early: Red BlUe Triumph ...Irish Cobbler We ace l \
    <* that city rec"y I them not to Up to the present mystery surrounds Thedford'sBUCKDRAUGHT' v now ready: 10 quota contract price for December and January delivery.: i''
    on such that the noise the killing of Walter Pretlller.a cards last week announcing her Our Seed Potato are the hi.h..t quality, Maine grown, ..Iact... *..... AiKieequantity f a j
    of the a t iturb the win. nefro>> chauffeur who was found at marriage to Mr. Pete Arodt at Grand .. and variety you.. will want. :; ..-
    motors w] Rapids Mich., Saturday, Dec. 24th. MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS -r ;
    tj>v visitors William Parkto the wheel of his ur on a road below
    gath p check- miles south of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Have male food with both the .mall gardener and faror .r and the on.. who)
    Pitch horesho y due, Moultrie and fourteen Louise[ spent last week here at the plant the. ..ende of acre.. Plant :your fall crop with Martin' Hy: '!"..t Sood and .te* ,
    era! and chess l li.r the band con- St. Augustine Christmas morning, Mr.f f ... ,....ill.. '
    e wound in the back of home of Mrs. MeKlnney's parents for Indirection and stomach '
    H
    cents the with a gunshot FALL CATALOGUE
    and time'm I IMarti.
    pISS
    othe and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. i tremble ef any k'nd. I hare S
    away ..1 ( his head. Jack Chesley white is be- never found a-iythlng: that 0 .'*Fall Seed Catalogue la now ..oad,.. Writ. 10.. 'it. Everyone later..ed AI.
    ing held in the county jail In connec- Albert Shaw of Gainesville was a I teaches the spot like BIack H I. Florida fall and winter crops should avail themaelvee ef In/oraation contained yIn :;
    'IC tion With the case. It appears that visitor here last week. | Draught. I take II la broken 25 sac deecriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on .........! to thaw who sad In tit.f ,
    A. negro' drove'Chesley and a partyto L. A. Brown manager of the Brad 0 Join after meal,. Joe a lone 0 name* promptly.: Write for It today. l I

    rove's Tasuieiv J Tonk reetorespunring aDd the the home of a relative below Moul- ford County Telephone Co., has been 0 tone I tried pill', w.tcla.n H E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-2O6 C. BAY ST. Y
    Energy ed and d good 55reenlte.
    and Vital f reel' Its trie late Christmas eve and It is pre- busy putting up new telephone lines 0 Blackfly.the liver. Hnedlelne .. --
    enriching - - -- ------ --
    the Bloto you how sumed that the killing took plane! on between Brooker and Graham. I o Is easy te take,, easy. i0 ---'- '..'
    atrengheninglnvls' j effect.see Mrs. Dukes of Dukes has been here to keep You m-
    The dead man, when iaezpetsirs'D Reduction In Prices
    II and how the return trip. Big = deb;o'u:
    brings
    leeks
    II color trf :! ,1Uthen discovered by some woods riders was visiting relatives for several days. S OfIt. package from Tour F r :,
    improves the |* > yW the steering wheel of the car ( Among the visitors to the county 2 druggist today- -Ajk: for and "J zer without getting our new price lists just burned. Plenty L

    PPreciate its trun due.Grove's simply gripping was still running, indicating seat Monday were: A. A. and B. F. B 'Insist upon T edlort's -the D of Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers. Insecticides r ;,
    the engine
    Tastelest Jl J wlc is So and died instantly Hazen Claude Crosby A. B. Surren only. genuine H Sprayers Poultry Supplies .
    Iron that the man
    Peasant. and Quinine iP ,,d 1111 lt AYNP The blood being shot.J. cy W. H. Harrell, P. A. Crosby H. Get It today.Bnaaana. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. 4 w': '
    e
    even chi"1 upon Gainey Ellery Thomas. FLORIDA
    need! it and IRON to P. JACKSONVILLE ,

    Enrll'h QUININE it DestroVI I* red gonna endiv. X Davis prominent real estate I Mrs. Jno Surreney of Graham spent nnaaS Gd December lat, 1921, reduced price ">ts before buying.

    Gulp,germs by ham bealo& In4li man of Daytona Beach and his son [ Sunday here with her parents, -Mr. 5- I.

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    "PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH rARKE, FLORIDA IAIt -

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    COUNTY DIVISION MATTERS Luke Butler last e I--- I Ches'er' Andrea was in thu section hl kl'k' n
    of lack of house room. '
    Bradford! County Telegraph I 1922 \ SETTLED BY BOARDS Misses Anna Mao Anderson and Sunday. '1'"
    I Lot us! resolve, during > 1\ "
    't M
    throw overboard all conditions and Florrie Snow were vistiors to Lake Nelson Greene and (J. I nun, '> ny 1 i'plhqt ..
    : :
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    the Wnteroak section, :\ I ihrmiHi\. ,
    (Continued From Page 1) Butler recently. \11:1' 10.
    Published weekly nnd entered as I methods that have hindered our pro .
    S. T. Dowling and family, of Lake our burg Sunday. '''J
    second class matter, at the post rest, to conduct our business, whet IeI' "hi' tbeY t e It .
    N. Johns utlcu.lr' \
    last week. S. was "
    here
    Butler visitors ,
    it be farming or merchandizing $14.30; I were Unit ,
    office at Starke Florida..K. 1
    I of who has been visit- new sin New River !Mowl! ', '.Ertl feui 'rlll0.
    the
    n to give the best results, and In favor of board county I Carl Andrews, 4 eq ; .
    way '
    =; : ttei <, 0.I"
    S. MATTHEWS;; Editor and Owner to work for the good of Starke and, commissioners of Union county dat.acll ing his mother, Mrs. D. W. Anderson, P. S. Crews, of New K: > l- t sa poln pf 1 ., sue/0.\' '\

    thIs .s'ction. January 3, 11122) payable at Bank of in Jacksonville, returned here Sun- ed church hero Sunday. elite ypu li4 "', J ':..It.t1) .
    Starke and Bradford County Bank, of day. Miles Crews was in :X': t' K.vcr. "n 'hrq'tree 1 i 111'l1t)1J)
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    Some reader sends in the following I r.RADFOKI Starke, Florida, for tho total sum of 'v. II. Andrews spent Tuesday at- : Sunday. I U' else TI rl 1 It t nh'yye.
    ,
    question: "Can you tell me how tho $3, 85.30, signed by J. M. Brownlee, tending to business in Starke. Cecil Adams was in till ""lion >" I t1 sling Ihni: out

    expression; 'Gone to the devil' originated Bradford, Jan 0.-Lester Pinholuter chairman, and G. W. Alderman, clerk Wo are sorry to report that Mrs.S. lust Saturday. !5$ they ( UII'III to1e

    ?" We cannot. We are convinced I of Pine Hill, was in our community of the board of county commissioners' M. Morrell, who has been ill for Ellery Sapp and Green/!, Wat, i t'tt i,
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    ; !, however, that many have gone I Tuesday lof| Bradford county which, when paid some time, is much worse at this oak, were in our section Sm lay. I

    I and some ore now on tho way.-The Mr. and' Mrs J. V. Edwards attended shall be in full and final settlement of I writing. They have secured the services Russell Reddish, of Stark..', was n I Pest

    Gainesville Sun This expression or- the Masonic celebration at Worthington all claims of Union county against/ \ of a trained nurse to .care for our burg Saturday and Suml.iv.Mrs. I t 5 i 1/1/".

    iginated in an editorial sanctum. The I Bradford county on account of surplus the patient.W. riding, t Ida novel
    Tuesday, Dec. 27th. M. L. Johns wan'! nit "Be 1l/lI"ked/ "
    editor was pestered by people of both funds of Bradford county on hand October H. Andrews was.' a visitor to oen j .
    : Michael Andreu and wife were visitors business in Lake Butler :M thatithuug '" "15. IIl'(.",

    sexes, who handed him bad poetry and to Worthington Tuesday. 1, 1U22. Lake Butler Monday.Dr. .W. M. Thomas was attends r 'o bu wi ''HI/ I ln.K.) hero

    clippings in the mistaken belief" that II. C. Edwards and wife left Mon 4. That Union county is entitled and Mrs. W. W. Farnell, who Incas in Luke Butler Months.W .. Is just 'oo 111/10( 1IIIIelI he

    he needed them for "filling up. lIe day for Starke, where they will visit to an equitable share of the personaland have been visiting here, left Mondayfor M. Thomas was attending t. woul41 run '( ,TI, ..n,'st pestin

    then hit upon the plan of courteously relatives for a few days before returning -I movable property including out- their home in New Smyrna.Mrs. business affairs in New RIMI Mon 'a i l'rlt 1"J'( II. eUrllH14,

    referring them to the "devil, or office to their home in Palatka. standing tax certificates which Bradford W. M. Whitten and daughter, day. "ta tnn "II'. 'If you

    boy. After an interview with this had hand October 1 been Mrs. ..J.I eouialy ihmg) i lut' puce
    Edwards business county on Perla, who have visiting Nona/ Brown of Sampson, "\.is vi
    Mrs. V. was a
    .J. "
    ''
    i "nil'
    personage! they were not likely to 1921, and that $13,000.00 is the valueof II. Denmark in St. Augustine for the her Eunice Mi-Kinne\ huppet ed 1 make
    visitor to Brooker Monday afternoon. iting cousin, '" t'. i.icontiwjjt '
    trouble the editor any more. Little Ercell Edwards! spent Monday the equitable share of such prop- I pant two weeks, returned to their Saturday and Sunday. / the rates ; "

    I' "_ erty of Bradford county on hand October home here Friday. called t
    with his cousins, Shelton; ana ". Mrs. C. McKinney was : nInuAbggtit .
    NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONSThe V. Edwards, Jr. 1, 1021, to which Union countyis Miss Gertrude Anderson, who has to the bedside of Mr. McKinney! : aLi"

    W. M. Harrcll was a business 'visitor entitled, including outstanding tax been visiting her parents here duringthe mother, Mrs Alfred McKinney, zeal! commentsCincinnati[ S writer man1a"In the

    time for making good resolu- to Lake Butler Wednesday.Roy certificates, except such as apply to holidays, returned to Leosburglast Graham, Saturday. I rriend) Wife

    tions is with us again. While any Edwards attended church at property exclusively in Union county. week. Donald Adkins was in Now River lie* up F q id and wonders

    day is proper for this purpose to decide Sardis Sunday. 5. That Bradford county is justly Tom Chastain, of Lake Butler, was Monday. What ", h ,: alien she 1 In*.

    to change our methods or con- indebted to Union county In the sum in town several times last week. to business Igined'tlia ideal man,
    Jim Mott, of Worthington, was a Lloyd Clark was attending -
    duct is no easy matter, and it is put business visitor to our community on of $13,000.00, and hereby agrees to Bernard Jacobs, of Lake City, wasa in New River Saturday. I 1

    off until the new year. The desire to Friday. pay to Union county the said sum o( visitor here Friday afternoon. B. J. Sapp and little grandson, Harold i t'1' (HI.u .

    make' resolutions shows that we are $13,000.00 as hereinafter specified and I know
    June-fl my anFreddlp. -
    Misses Georgia and Virginia: Edwards were attending ot business tit New /
    aware of certain shortcomings which set out. HIGHLAND River serer torao if I

    should be rectified.As entertained quite a number of 6. That for the purpose of payingto Saturday. am wearln 1 will mesa 'Yes
    their friends with social S. C. Crews was a caller in Raiford
    to the improvement of morals! a Tuesday Union county the said sum of $13- Highland, Jan. 6.-Frank Green, of last week. and don'to |i dollar's worthafternoon.
    night in honor of their cousins Misses .
    it is for the preachers. In the rhurch- 000.00 the county commissioners of Plant City, was a visitor here Thurs- sent tom 2 It
    Ruby and Elms Edwards. Music and Is time ta beginning! ( tit
    time
    Telegraph's Bradford county will at the required -
    es, to discourse. The :! FIVE MILK "
    games were enjoyed until a late hour, day.Mrs. economize.
    province is to look to the material the by law for making the tax levyin H. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini '
    when all after
    departed assuring
    side of our readers' welfare. As most 1922, and at said time in each and fred Wimberly and B. H. Ricks were Five Mile, Jan. 6.-Tuck Dowling, NOTICE OF'8 ,I )ERS MEETING
    hostesses of time.
    an enjoyable and including Notice in he it the wiculnr' on-
    until
    t, of them are farmers we'will speak to Miss Lucillo Harrell and brothers every year thereafter victors to Jacksonville Friday. of Lake Butler, and Marion Dowlingwere I nual meeting 01 It dun of the Hiunp.id .

    : them first. attended the party a tthe home of Mr. the year 1921, levy taxable and collect Messrs. Jack Briggs and C. A. guests of their sister, Mrs. B. I onma Slate In Hnmilary lIanle', I id on in Tuiwday I Its banking Jan

    It is both unmanly and useless to and Mrs. W. M. lIarrell Wednesday upon all and the entire prop Guess, of Jacksonville, were among L. Duke Wednesday and Thursday. I 10. 1UJ2. .t r to elect boardof

    complain of hard times, for the times night. erty in Bradford county special taxes the traveling salesmen here Thursday !Mrs. P. P. Dekle Miss Ilnttie Duke: such directors other buain for < a' year urns h Rn'l..n..t,-fore' them.A. .
    make them. This is the sufficient to pay to Union county the I HJTCHCashier..
    are what we business visi- and J. M. Dukes were guests of Mr.'
    J. V. Edwards
    I was a
    in three -6-lt .
    case in this country, where each man tor to the Dukes section Saturday.T. said sum of $13,000.00 annual G. H. Barker was a business visitorto and Mrs B. L. Duke Thursday I.
    That the 10th
    is unfettered in the pursuit of happiness I!. Edwards and, family spent installments. on Jacksonville Thursday and Friday. Beatrice and Bland Douglass spent I BAN T lENT
    each of the
    and prosperity. We should be Mrs day of August of years Highland Lodge F. & A. M., No. the holidays with their cousins, Dana I Report of the 101 of the Bank of
    make Friday night with their daughter, 1923, 1924, 1925, the county commissioners tarke! at Starke ,e ate of Florida at
    and
    thankful for this privilege ( 75installed the following newly elected and Gladys Duke.
    M. D. Harrell, of LaCrosse. of Bradford county will pay the aloes of burin< 'C" bar 31, 1921.

    the most of it. Rand Crews attended the party" at the commissioners of Union officers Tuesday: Ardell Drawdy, Misses Norma De- I All inane and dlso nee-- .._____.1103.171

    In 1910 and 1917 our farmers surprised the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. V Edwards to county J. H. Sapp, W. M. kle and Ruby Proctor attended the )verdrnftaInitrd -____-__ .181.28
    county one-third of said sum of $13- Stales bon .-. ,.-_____ 10.1110.00
    themselves and the country ;: Tuesday night. I H C. Wimberly, Treasurer.. gospel tent service Saturday evening. State county nun ,I b.,ds ____ 4.aoo.an
    000.00.
    with the Immense'crops they produced. Malcolm Harrell left for B. WilkWon W. Kirk and! Julian Dekle spent Saturday honking house, f |are: fixtures 9.IH7.60Other
    Sunday 7. That Union county is entitled to I I real rotate __._'..J..'____ 144 tt
    Circumstances compelled them to Ft. White, where he will enter school, tax certificates of II C. Mimberly Treasurer. and Sunday with their aunt, Due from Ineorpo d bak.12.050.21
    all the outstanding
    __ .. _______
    do their best. Notwithstanding the here with J. L. Strickland Secretary. !Miss Marshall Proctor. ) Cash Items on 1,24901
    after the holidays
    spending Bradford county upon land lying In Cash on hand ---.q_____ 4.068.4'
    ; drawback of scarcity of help, they his Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McCormick were Mesdames Belle Lancaster, of Tren-
    7 land and cultivated their parents. Union county, and that the same shall visitors to Starke Saturday. ton Iva of Total _____ _.:..____..u5.50a..9I
    cleared Sprinkle Florahome
    more W. C.
    J. C. Cone and son, Clyde, of Brook. be transferred to Union county, or it I Idlti.annual .

    ,crops well. They lost aa little time er, were here Tuesday bird hunting.T. collected in Bradford county, the proceeds B. II. Ricks left Sunday for his and T. J. Townsend, of Lake Butler, stock paid, -__ .-,..._.. in.iioono

    i as possible from their work. They B. Edwards and family spent thereof on lands lying in Union home at Canal Point after spendingthe were guests of Mr. and !Mrs P. P,1 i 'ndlvlffad lUrpllln: fund nrnflbitaxeii -- -. -- A 0.00001)exnaea

    : .made more money than they had ever last week visiting friends! and rela the county holidays here with relatives.W. Dekle Friday. | pall ___ .._---'____ 1.12'7.76Indlvldllal
    shall De paid to .
    t
    county check 45,144' HHJ
    deposits veto
    dreamed of making. But when later tives before leaving for South Flor- commissioners of Union county. M. Wimberly, of Jacksonville, W. Vann, of Vero, spent the week- ] !invlntts deposit ____ -.___ 53lfII.11

    I l- on the spur of necessity was removed, ida Saturday. Mr. Edwards went by 8. That this agreement is made spent the week-end here with his parents end here with his aunt, Mrs. D. I. Cashiers imand errtiliran.bruit checks ou adl .-.j.-____. I.HHJ s"053:

    they began to relax. Much precious auto to look over the country between and executed in duplicate and each ifl Mr. and Mrs II. C. Wimberly. Blume. lia) payable ...... _.____- 22.500.00
    lost in traveling about in the Everett Vaughn of Jacksonville is :Misses Norma
    time was here and Palmetto the place wherehe an original. Dekle and Ruby Total ___.__-... _.____$$146,51)1
    cars they had been enabled to buy Is moving to. We wish he and, his In Witness Whereof, the said J. M, spending a few days here, guest of Proctor were guests of the Misses State of-Florida.. C .t ?.Uradfurd. ae lI l
    '' when they worked hard, and as a consequence his brother, Ray Vaughn.Mr. I Blume Sunday.L. I I. flin ( Whunud -n'r ot t hi1 ntHivfy -
    I family unbounded prosperity and bappiness Brownlee, J. W. Andrews, Jr., [.. H. .. bnnk. lu B?..1 ear that tu) nhnve
    ?, I the cultivated area was diminished in their new home.R. and James Reynolds and Mrs J E. Morris'and son, ft. Johnson' was a bu-;ne.s visitor _iitfmenf I trot .1t'It of mv 'tiowt-'
    -
    II. P. Gainey
    Hill
    I. off and ilvto, and belief ( >. c. wini'ii.CUHhtfT..
    fell
    the production Ross, of Bronson, were guests of II. to Worthington!
    A. Weeks of Brookor was looking county commissioners of, Bradford Saturday. (rnctAll'Ht' .
    ..1 the old, complaint of lard times is I after business in this section Sat- ,county, in their capacity ns aboard C. Wimberly and family Monday. !Messrs D. [. plume, R. B Pace and :i F': S T1WS;'

    _...,i'' again heard in the land.! urday. within and for the county ol Miss Winifred Wimberly and Mes- W. Vann spent Saturday in Lake But .A.I W M. ,11.r "IV9. nl-"rice. ..! .
    resolve I srs. II. C. Wimberly Jr., G. II. Bar- ler. >'il,"erllieH and ... b..f, mit this
    to turn over
    the farmers
    Let j I Bradford, State of Florida have hereunto .'ny nr nu ,
    I ker, J. E. Bohannan and son, Roy, Ardell ) w., i\vns; ,
    a new leaf and return to tho Industrious LAKE BUTLER set their hands and the seal of Ih'awd3Juhll" Pnrrish al',1 I .5"II, ,.

    7 t habits of 1916 and 1917. Help II I I our county circuit court, and caused were visitors to Starke Sunday. Marcus Dekle attended a party nk the _- Nu try I'ublic

    ID now plrtetlful and cheap. Almost Lake Butler, Jan. C.-Rev. G. W. S. ,'the some to be attested by G. W. Alderman W., E.': !Marr and J. [. Marr were home) of Mr. and Mrs.' John Prln'e'' Rut 'r,'. lL1C
    visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. Thursday Tier,.by nnt (, t rA.. W. J. Kpl) "erh -
    every farmer can have the service of Ware of Worhtoington Springs spent the clerk of said board on evening. """'. nherlir n' n "II"' F6.r, I under .

    a tractor to break up and put into ; Monday evening the guest of Rev. S. the 3rd day of January, 1922, and nlso !Math Dukes andrdoll Drawi'v and by t irtm' rIde writ..o>f *xen -
    let th ( nl itndt
    .
    good tilth the roughest Innd. Where S. Proctor. Whereof C. A. Roberts LONG BRIDGE; were business visitors to Ai.u-hua/ enlon iai u-d i ut f Brmlrr
    I In Witness one ., d I nf 'he cl< rl I lit court -
    tho stumps have not already been toJ' I Muss' Hewitt of Five Mile, was n 11. II. Williams, S. M. Dukes, A. day last week. foil. county Plorli < 'It. O f.nnnn..and
    (
    CbcmUnl "mi -
    J' '' moved, now while work Is a littlo I business visitor to Lake Butler Satur H. Williams and W. II. Andrews, Jr., Long Bridge, Jan. 6.-S. C. Crews !Mr. and !Mrs. P. I' Del
    slack, at least the most bothersome day.Miss county commissioners of Union county was attending to business in Starke I guests of Mr. and, Mrs 1)! I. Blume lt lU!: uhlfrbent for isle rutfront and sell top
    1 1r h
    and
    b' be taken out to allow Marshall Proctor Tuesday Saturday. Sunday.Mrs. ... Mrndfortl" '
    stumps Hhould I spent in their capacity as a board within "I r the! rourl hOIl.. lO $lark

    Improved Implements to be used. at Five Mile, guest of her sister'! and for the county of Union, State I Mrs. S. L. Crews, of Lake Alfred, I Josie Stewart, of Like| Cutler, ,. ,..alt. riorlihui' ]Mnndnv, i', tea r."I..orI I."'.urn ru ry.lufvlfXT of.

    Get out of the ruts. It you have Mrs. 1'. P. Dekle.Mesdames of Florida have hereunto set their is spending a while here, guest of rel- wall the truest of her brother, T .I. P'"'!. on for the mnutiun ..,1 ltl 1 e...-

    planted anything for years that yo'i J. A. Christie and B. J. hands and the seal pf our county cir- ntlvei and friends. I Dukes, Friday. ,, the fntlovity tale in i.radfontnthrvt '
    ''''" Morliln.I i :
    have found to be unprofitable, do not Granger, of VaTdosta. Ga., are the cuit court, and caused the name to be John Hodges was. a visitor to New Misses! Norma Deklo, Ruby Proctor w.uthwmt gun rest Qu'r''Inarwr., of ,J'

    continue just because: you have been guests of Mlas Marshall Proctor this attested by S. T. Dowling, clerk of River Sunday. Math !Dukes, Ardell Draw.lv IInci'Mnrcll5 !mid'",,I'hwr.t North'Inuit.Ilillfqunro '. -i norm Ir i ,not 1 1r I.a I.
    Let it alone and try week. New YtWlT'S day passed off quietly Dekle attended ,I hereof, nil lu
    "used" to it. said board, on the 3rd day of January H cane "ilnd- : >< In Nnrt 22 FnntM .
    something else that is more profit Mrs' Nannie Lou Varnes and little 1922. in this section. Jng,. at the home of Mr. and, ;.Mrs R, n'r 33. Twp. 6 (w. ItrPnRSnv!!

    s able. 'son, Claude, of Johnstown, spent Saturday J. BROWNLEE, Smith Denmark, of Raiford was in K. ParrUh Wednesday evening !' IIh..rlradl' County.,>. FiorMu.n .
    .
    t' Get better cattle. The present "cyst : with her sister, Miss Marshall Chairman. our burg Saturday. Mr. and :Mrs. Avery Parnsh ', E.Attorney KNICIir for 11' E.cutlon.:,

    tem" of raising cattle was well enough : Proctor. LOUIS II. HILL, J. E. Adkins and Mr .and !Mrs. H. guests of her bother, Tom Ttendricks were, 't.2-3.:' __ ; f' _

    In pioneer days, but now we should I The order of the Eastern Star held JAMES REYNOLDS, O. Rivers and family motored to the Saturday. nor nTlJlN'I": "'

    have outgrown it. The periodical rotation installation, of officers Thursday evening It. P. GAINEY, county seat last week. B. L. Duke was a bJMtn.'i, itor 'I opori: of the d 1 ,,eflthe n dI"rdC' I
    I 'I .n th" 8 el
    has done !Miss Loca Cason spent,part of last to Ra.ford! .mty Rank, n I
    that nature practices as follows!!!: J. W. ANDREWS, JR., Friday. I "''''rl''". nt lliuiinn abuse. p. 'mhrr2i "
    away with the rich wild grasses' of .1\1 rs. Stella Priester, Worthy Ma- Board of County Commis- week here guest of relatives and 1. 1021.I .

    former years and the present range sioners" of Bradford Coun- friends. XOTICKCcrtifUnte I i and. dl..eou'verdrafta nuts=_127""2. $DI.14O
    tron.Mr. !Mrs. Ii. B. Hunt left Sunday for her ,,,, $17.74
    can hardly support even goats. Get Forrest Wise, Worthy Patron. ty, Florida. ," I I" SIlO 045

    Improved cattle and feed them and Mrs. Dollie Epperson, Associate Attest: > home in Mulberry, after spending sev- of deposit;: No 87'' I'"t'n"rel'. "p.', .county Sims m'bn ..x ,1.--P14-,- 4..1119.7'1
    for ... .... 150.445
    keep them free from ticks and you, Matron. C. W. ALDERMAN: eral days here :with friends and rela 100.00, dated July 2, 1921 W.r savings munnnkina 0459h
    ISR\lI"\\ ,,
    \ by "" ..,".. 19.00n.1
    will have plenty of milk and butter Mrs. Annie Register, Treasurer.Mrs. Clerk of Board of County tives. Hampton State BAnk, Hampton securuseltles. f on ages-. .
    Fla. 5.AM15 II
    .
    and good beef, not to mention fertilizer. Georgia Epperson, Associate Commissioners of Bradford Rev. Williams filled his regular appointment to Eli Hicks! has been 'lost or i Other' red, eptnt". : 40'R4' 14
    < < nl" from Incorp.nih
    until them take better Conductress here Saturday and Sundiy.: ed. All "troy. d.-.i-- 3.112".1"
    , But you get County. (Seal) persons are hereby cams 7.4. Z.11
    I care of the cattle you already Mrs Annie Schell Marshal. C. A. ROBERTS, H. O. Rivers spent part of last l week not to buy or trade for this warned) C..h on hand ;. _.

    have. Miss Edna Epperson, Organist Chairman. in Jacksonville. visiting friends and as it is of no value. certificate Total ____ mile:-133.90122'
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    I Ii
    Try to live at home. Establish a R. E. Dell Sentinel. W, H. ANDREWS JR., relatives. ELI !I-rt: aniul cask paiduniliw "i 26 OliO tIO
    , -, 211.000.00
    bank account. Get together< with your Mrs Salome Maines, Warden. A. H. WILLIAMS i Mrs. L. L. Renfroe Is on the sick 1-6.2t Hampton* fund -- ._ .

    neighbors In a co-operative way, to Mrs. Jennie Dell, Adah. S. M. DUKES list this week. Fla. 'nillvldud proflwtaxeii '.v............. 118.'S
    pnldlIvfilemla _..... sOO.oo
    promote cheap buying and good prices Mrs. Maude Johns Esther. Board of County Commissioners Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler passed OC) SUNDAY rnOfrC.UI; unpa A :lehssk 142.no7.:
    through our section last week enroute Individual depoiltfHvfncra 1."' ,;,,y,1)- 212.715.A5
    what sell. Miss Marshall Proctor Martha.
    for of Union
    you County, depoaltH :.,.... ._ 2,27125TD
    As to Starko's business men, it behooves Mrs. Vascce Dowling of Jackson Florida. to New River. Let every member take note( ,.. eerllflL-ate ', .,'rid w' 124.M't

    " them to do all they tan to ville, Is the guest of her grandmother, Attest: John Crews, of Lake Butler, was in program Sr next Lord's of our i Bill nithter'a payable checks. .OOO.OO
    ' day, and\
    cause the town to grow and to turn Mrs. Hewitt, this week. S. T. DOWLING, this section Sunday. strive to be present at MO.a.$422.98222
    __
    .
    every Total .> .;.
    trade this way. Before the holidays Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Clerk of Board of County Dora Tyson and sister, Florence, of It begins with the Bible school service.i State of Florida.it." ...,..ho v..n.mrd 111

    i people came to St.irke in crowds! to Proctor of Five Mile, visited relativesin Commissioners of Union New River, were visiting their sister a. m. The Bbll', ses- I, J. II.aolemnly Rltch" u. pm shove ala_

    t1 buy goods. yet the complaint of each town Saturday evening. County. :Mrs. Joe Hodges, Sunday. *a'i a !great hour, school and hour meet ank.I.do true to tN"lief 1 I 20 s.11.: owtrdew BITCH and

    merchant Is that he did not sell much. Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, wasa Board adjourned to meet first Monday I Lea ton Crews and Joe Tyson, of member should consider It a every i ""orn-ct. --Alt...t: ,), c-hh" ',':

    k( Starke is pre-eminently a trading business visitor to town Saturday. in February, 1922. New River, were in this section Sun to be there. Come and bring great joy Jaubnertbed qi 5 ', '

    point and we have a large number ofstores Marcus Dekle, of Five Mile, was In day.Mr. chiJdrl.'n. At 11 o'clol'k there your T.W (, v.lafaM.DCrvetora.me this th* ,,J

    here. Too many fee the trade, town Sunday visiting friends RAIFORDRaiford 'and Mrs. W. M. Hodges and a 30 minutes sermon hy will be and.' '. ""' _

    some say. No, we have not too many Miss Flora Sapp of Sapp, was a family, of Wateroak, moved back to on "A Call to the Chur.h the to minister Clh: day of Peceffl1' 'j'e4Ilary:. } 9 PEEK.Puhll. .i

    ,)J.1 l stores, but not enough bityers.. Our guest of friends in town last week. Jan. 6.-Shepard Moore, their farm 'at New River last week On :Sunday' attern""n Awake"

    salvation is to get buyers to come Tuck fowling has purchased the I I who has been visiting relatives here Walter Millins passed through our memh1i! to visit the w. urge! the
    sick
    fronX everywhere, tiv vail them to us I, homo and bottling works belon-rinir to for several days returned to Cres section last week enroute to New Riv friends and, strangers tl' the and invite at:

    f ) throuRh' advertising, excursions, barbecues Russell Chnstaln and Mr. Chastain cent City Friday.A. er. worship.At evening AuIrn'n IfOS1t.

    n 1'', and above all, through good i and family have moved into one of D. Andrews and son, llamp, were Jene Cason, of New River, was in 710::: the minister will

    e treatment while they are here. Thenwe the Whitworth houses. visitors to Long Bridge Wedn'esday.Mills our section Monday while enroute to "Victory." prenrl on Firealons, 3030.-

    should cause more buyers to be- ,I' Miss Delia Colson ,of Jennings, Flora Snow, who has been visiting Lake Butler. W. E. DACGHERTY: ni

    come residents of Staikc. One way anent Sunday the guest of Mrs. D. W.. the Misses Anderson for sever Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodtres were attending ; .. Cr' ; 2.80Tube. "
    .
    iq to have a good hotel, where'winter Borum. "' ",t al days, left Friday,for, her home in to business in New River last mister. Ward Tide d ante. rr'

    residents can live, another way Is to Ii < .Georgia. Thursday., If n .preacher were to toil 30,3,
    the
    have more rental houses, so that those "What's in a' name ?" wj'iires a Miss' Ada Register of Lake Butler, Donald Adkins attended the partyat truth t., the averalll whole

    who would come here to live will not ,doubting one. A hyphen too f re iuen.. wr*" u :visitor here Thursday, the home of Mrs. F Colson, at wont,! Probably be Invited congregation R. B S br
    to
    4 be forced to go elsewhere! on account tily. A. T. Mizelle and family moved tb Brooker Friday night. It--el''lIwher.' rep'Jat
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    ).\, GRAPH STARKE.o'LOIUUJ. \ ______ ---
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    COUNTY --- -----
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    _.. '_ __ BRADFORD. ---- --------- -- --- Only"t I
    -- -- -- -- presented is one of especial

    T Va. Mr. Inmitn thinks the outlook is I :Mrs. R. II. Newman. \ I nterest to the young jfo .jt 1t1lOMOQUli" arnulne
    =__ real estate bush.csrt dur- __ w.OKOVK *ft Cold In one tJl.I.y. &I a'',
    the S.
    rood for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Prescottand are h nud Io niolit; f, nmt wmir- ;,. s
    lUlutklo season u
    t Ing( the uming year, and ho expects four interesting\ children< of Sum- I Joys of the mind. The ______
    Bradford in our
    in
    ]of Local to; locate many new families the holidays with his' I!till uppermost; "
    n>unty. .er, S. C., spent' Wednes- I>>ills are not all paid yet. ,;
    Edwards. .
    lister, Mrs J. W. ------ 0

    f t I GOODYEAR PASSES: day the party motored: back to their Christmas---puts joy in the heart and ..l1l

    t Rationi SIRS AWAY 1R.MA: WITH OLD YEAll homo In South Carolina. \ 1 paying the bills: pulls' \ : it out again E.K. PH.RYVLVNATTOKNTYAT iyh.I I
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    100
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    ,.*'', *.**!... M* W. MUS. GUNTER HEAD I' .j'; 7'1'Ism. antiseptic' and SARK1iFI.0RIOAetter I : t.
    L.
    tw .. Goodyear, wife of 1
    c..v..r r. Mrs Irma pain killer for infected sores. -
    Goodyear, died Saturday evening nt( A wire from West l'nltDeaeh an- > sprain:l. neuralgia, rheu. II

    --. ...-.,_1. --' "Tl!..' St. Luke'a hospital, Jacksonville unmct'd that Mrs. T. D. Junior, of I nHlti ism.: -Adv.
    B'u I she had undergone< u slight operation Wednesday night, !
    111' U. \I. y II I "iffln, of Jacksonville, the1 last where Hec hut place, died
    '1'1<111\111\ I ,. two weeks previous. Fanuury 4th. No further particulars. I Planting Seed its
    dii, in' f'c'k.. shuck to her Sea Island Cotton It.I
    /, death came as a great The deceased had relatives", in this BPCion I
    and friends, as the doctors and friends, who will deeply F.'
    family
    I' K. KniR "I 1 that run-down and many Second year from
    i ol r I''c' will overcome ): she was doing well, Wilt-Resistant Variety.
    nurses had said her death.I'RESUYTlmlAN. Sosnowski r
    Jacksonville nn (p' '8 .. ,ld"", ''led condition and make you sinking spell sho deplore
    but after a sudden' Islands. I'eltSI
    --- :1 ,u>t like your old self again.. from this world to' !
    weevil.
    ,II ,,, ,'' %( passed peacefully Free from boll
    Get your Tanh r r', Drug Store, Starke. short' time before the Prolific Yielding 3.25 to one.
    r\ L>ru! II ___-___ j j'M the next only a n.
    > bushel bagsf. :
    It. Turm went out. 10 m. in
    ._ old year Sunday school at a. Price $2.50 per bushel two
    --- :1" Marguerite Shriver resumed Mrs. Goodyear was well known in Morning preaching services at 11 a.

    Miss EMI Cam. tl .r"" i"I, ,*"fk in the Bradford High School Starke as she was the oldest daughcr I o. b. Hawthorn Fla. 'i

    Momliu morning, 'I' I 1"" ;'\\,1." < ,., after spending the past two : of Paul E. Canova, Sr., and since Evening worship", ut 730., I Blackshear Ga. rn

    holiday in Laikii vi'. 't. "IIR-'; in i Brooker with her parents, her marriage had often visited here The presence of young people] at the The l A. P. Brantley Co., eulfrllll

    \1 r all|J Mrs. John Shriver. She was of a bright, happy disposition atter service is especially desired The . ... ------ -

    Mrs. LuMira G) I ii."r I ; and made friends easily. It washer !!,* ... ,...___.OiittIDlttt. "..."'I1Im.ummmmtlC. > ,..
    last week in Taw 4.1.' N1" Evelyn Demaree returned on desire to come to Starke after her r= ------- -- -- r 9ItIIi: ; t@@QPit3@1DWNiDiDNOlL12IltSt3ibiptleff7G1! : < < ,1(4 L7 Isla--- -- -- -
    IlW lll1ll
    Harvard. xundi\ afternoon to resume her duI release from the hospital to regain IIJ!n.amumnmrommmm.mraUC 1'

    t.I in' the B. H. S. Miss Demaree her strength, and arrangements had I R tdis

    Carl Aldermann' S'<'m the past two weeks in Gainesville been made to move her here this week.tier i 1

    New Year's day w I...(t r \ with her parent. body was prepared for burial ;: 't

    and Mrs. G. W A I'' by Marcus Coant and shipped to Dun- The New Pore it,'
    by her husband\ Begin ha
    -- -- ""I'S Florence Matthews, Mona nellon accompanied

    Leo Canova and ,I., ,II'',' Alderman and Mildred Crosby left on L. W. Goodyear, Mr and Mrs. Paul enn

    enjoying/( ,\ hunti! I \t'. ,n M t
    count thin week. Himiid their studies at the Woman's ell and Mrs. E. E. Canova. The Rev.fu- \ :
    conducted by
    ,,1"l1l'IfI'i !! neral service was ) Right
    anJ
    Miss Adine \V I;;". ;to, I, Smith of the Methodist church, ,' ear

    Tuesday, !1- Boston, Mass., laid to rest beside her baby
    Raiford A r'- :: ,umle1 Sheldon, of she was :
    mime her school % Biiullt.\BKyref, of New York City, who died six' years ago.:( \
    In [
    the high; esteem
    spent of
    1'iaiu Gilbert of Kissimmee, As a proof I

    Mrs. Bessie !Mc !,. .Inid- -''\i nil, days with their friend. Pete which Mr. and Mrs. Goodyear orders are \ *s the day of a" days upon which you should

    zelle, returned Sating ',r" I ,11I"1'11. last week. ; held their friends and various of floral 1 .1922 savings account at this bank. ..all'Ire
    profusion January a
    the holidays ir over the state sent a open

    Henry Bridges, a former employe offerings. Many beautiful roses book of time signalize the turning of u.1e41.
    in the
    Miss Nelle Robe t b ta" ,"f, th' Telegraph, has been visiting were sent from Starke, and the Orderof Let the turning of a new leaf the

    a aweck-enl guest p tell. his friend, Ellery Davis, during the Railroad Conductors of Tampa senta leaf in your book of life. .u .
    I I friends in Starke handsome piece made of fragrant a new savings ledger of Iet1Inre
    E L. Biggs. ''Mpk His many the credit side of the

    'II, \mind!; to nee him again. flowers. born Let this new leaf of yours be on ttrl1M

    Walter Price, v*.- Pit Irma Canova Goodyear was

    inij his prundmotiH. The W.. C. T. U. will\ meet next March 28, 1893( and at the time of this bank of that page and every

    has returned to hNor, ,. Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock at her death was twenty-eight Mrs.years Good-old. I See that your name is written across the top below.' Start right I.

    Pa. the Methodist church. All members For the past year Mr. and the column of credits that appears
    to
    at this first meet- made their home in Inverness, week add something 1-

    Holhs Knight hi HIH.. as t mu urged of to the be year.present year where she will be sadly missed by her \ stay right and you will always be right.

    weekend J. E. M. iii; aurice friends.
    Langford bot| -MI 5Ii and Mrs. Wm. H. Struth have Mrs. Goodyear leaves to mourn her

    of Florida. had .as md guests Mrs. J. during S. Johnson the and holidays little,,, loss grandparents her husband Mr. L.and W. Mrs.Goodyear I. L.; BANK OF STARKEThe II I .

    Mi .. .
    Mrs.Hilda
    I and MrsI Brown of Lakeland; one sister! I IOJIDJ'InmlIl1mICmOOJOOlcaf'J.mIlmmulm'IIJiJmfII v
    CanJ of'PIa.ntJty
    Miss Anna f"r on Md, Jr., of Lakeland Williams,
    wheil of Jacksonville. \
    Jacksonville f ," 1 I M I deSha father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Hank of Helpful Service
    while
    with her fa Mrs. W. I
    the agent of the Paul E. Canova half-sisters,
    hells in that Ii. M. Sistrunk
    city. half- 1
    lately rend and Eunice Canova; < here Powell !
    Oil Company C. liltlillmmlllt'mrommml11t11lnn, :
    lard IC )
    :-uu.' Iml'WllIDfmtOOICJmaIU'lC1nmICill1'iilljfljlJfOO':
    from the company, brother, Paul E. Canova, Jr. )I'.UriJ! (> ...
    letter -
    S. E. Bro\'L .,' a .::1 1r ) !
    dur
    Sunday ,.,' If ,Junk him f_r faihtful service \1 ...
    afternoon ng U -
    ) -
    -
    -
    \ ., and for increasing the Sal' Cecil Ritch, of St. Petersburg .... -. ..-...-...---. ----- -- ----.-...---------
    J1
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    tor spending n w. .' I visiting relatives in Starke during tieweek. ---.-------.---.---.--..--------.---- ---
    ter, Jlrs. A V. LJ I I ----" -- '," A

    --- J. W. Alvarez and 111M UFOOTl"-ITTERS"
    Mrs. Alma M. I r'i" master months until
    <' more
    Fernandez, arm eleven
    Mrs. R. S. Only
    TJeLlindIonday.: I .i' i Iint, \
    dis again.
    the :
    for Christmas couise
    week with hor p:;,| ,i. much praise which they han- '-" -,
    with
    H. E. o and care Tallahassee, I
    I. l'crg-I'I'n. mail. Mrs. Ralph Rhodes of ,41I.
    Christmas
    1 tie heavy
    evening' to spend II
    ---- Wednesday
    cnine
    -- ,
    MM W. II. HDP/ ,. 'M 1 M:' E. Edward-- Mr and Mrf. week with her parents Mr. and Mrs.

    ami daughter, Mi 1 1Zi'pnyrshill and t-htldn, \Misses' !MaIviard M. Alvnrcz.
    Vdklna
    .1'i 1
    !
    worMr Hammer
    F.lr/ahcth .
    .l and I.T. Seed Pen-:: ,
    Runner
    and Mrs. A.t t spent New Yenr' N. C. or Florida
    ;>f Gainesville, New Crop Florida
    offer
    -- \ Z. Adkirv nuts. We
    and Mi-
    Mrs. Annie ,; Pith Col. Seed Peanuts at 87 1-2c per
    Untie Runner .;
    daughter St* Woman's Club will meet sexi1 bushel (3 l-2c per lb.) f. o. b. here. II. ; I.\
    ,
    I I'' 1-0-tf f
    Msltlng Mrs, A. h -sday afternoon nt :3:00: o'cloc T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. .
    to Gainesville Wcllor at the resli !,
    Sui: Mabel I II
    '" Miss[ F
    'I i home on
    v returned
    W. -Rcottt"aa.i '1'1' ,I of Mr. J. M. TruhIlosUsspa Mri' Mrs. G. C. Sweat visit in Lake Duller G .
    A. Wall. a
    after ,
    Mrs. W L. Tuesday R TiN
    Weller,
    "left Saturday) for ..1 t ". "' M I Brownlee and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Raulerson, H '1 O I IE rd
    .1 \1! Waldo with
    a'
    in
    resumed

    that Mrs.plllce'l Ernest Col ,, h.. 1 M l' 'I,P,and.-and Canova Mrs.- :Mrs.W.returned Paul C. Powell K Canon Tuesday and ,Mrs.they Sr.ate -, \ I rENT- -A-WORD% ] 1 I J BD I s'S )


    Springs, spent the >v ", ,.IIPfrom. Dunne-lion where

    Parents, Mr. and !t. Irn 1 v 'i! to'tottend\ the funeral of Mrs.
    ton. \\1
    1'iM\ Goodyear. r rI.I t

    ",' 011 Tan-
    of
    Prof. B. tll, eight bottles s
    B. Lana taken comfortable furnished
    I I have Two
    at- RENT-
    ", I.. trained 40 Ibs. FOR
    Saturday from n 1" actually ,
    fireplace
    Ou"< and have One with
    __ .-ia. In' ,. and stronpr.i -
    tended the feel better A.
    state ,,'rlght'and' heater. Mrs.o'
    with
    ion in, than I,have felt before in twenty- other 162t. I I z
    MahalTy of Scott, Starke. i iI
    H.
    O.
    ------'- -1,initial t lu.. years says SPECIFICATIONS \
    A. ''f. Johns is ttli!, .'I 1 sated Nashville,Tenn. Turner's Drug; Store 'LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-One "HJOT-F'TTFR"[
    lew l ,
    fences arour! ii "( and Starke ,.:.' black 'mare mule, answers to name Shade.IJ MCalfxMn. heel )I'ad. I
    -taste
    premises in 8outhlSt Will reward finder. W. Calfskin Rich M.ilinttnny: Duck Lining.!
    firnin
    : H
    Mrs.N of "Queen. A-Full IS--- o/: .
    liking other impwt II' ('"I. and Mrs. J. E. Futch arid Edwards, Starke, Fla. It* !j _.First CJiiulty Ten Iron Oak Oetsels.!: Channel) O>>.-Kour Rows. Tip !Stitching.Insole. .
    for De- M. (Shoulder .
    Iron-Oak
    A.jBlitch left Saturday C--Seven or Right |'_Calf kin Eyelet: Stsy.3)Full Sole Thread. ,
    Miss Emma !iiunnellonlack, visit at the homes of RENT-Rooms for light: house- ((_I1I.t uulily Braid Lock Stitch
    110 Land, after a FOR lnr.H .
    Length Vamp. USilk\ Blucher:
    N. Starke. !
    T. >>
    and \llss:\ I. ,n :'.;Brownlce and Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Colley,
    Thelmll atWall. Mr Itot* ,, keeping. K--Hot Leather Hox. _t'nlhkln. Tup Facing.
    son viIII'. were vi ) ; Bees Limbaugh.Mtsa; Elizabeth Brownlee 16tf. Inside Vamp IMnforcemrnt. T-I'rlt Itoltom, Kilkr.HKH I .
    KCalfHkin
    the )1 and Mrs. Futch or unfurnished .. Color hanks. and yell"tll.! (
    home a Col. Furnished Pocket I I
    of accompanied RENT Counter :
    1111'. I ,us'I FOR (',_Cnlft kin In.de. .
    I.inrd'fonxue.IExtra
    \ attending housekeeping.; V KHt
    -
    "he8 for light
    \'ic- t,, Detandwhere rooms 1-6-tf 0-Sole Leather' Counter. W-Two flows SmKkNvrdle: Vamping.
    IleaE. Th t this .choo1. ,: 'W' Mrs. W. A. Colley. Long Huhb r Heels \\ inch: !nftcrstandard. : 111.:1 X-Full Grain: Sole Leather Whole Lift if.elJNineCord
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    tor and Ran lia"e.
    Joseph -- week Vr B has moved his family SALE-At Lawtey, Fla., two Thread.! Y---Etght: Nail lire).
    FOR Inseam I
    with her F': O Warren Linen than Average ItubhrrINineteen
    d Uubli
    25 r
    and 'they of land; I More Live
    Starke, two acres / 7 pet.
    Mil11 with Hack Stu -
    of South fruv, Wateroak to Rev. houses J. B. McCul- K-Lapped quarter. No > lletl."FootFitters" .
    a residence near bearing pecan trees. Sled Shank
    .ccopying (:taut"a

    the\Iias.I{. -Isabel .1 I n'titer\ \(rarasnes In T iri\V.t Kickllter'a home Warren in the ha eastern re- ly. 1947 Spearing: St., Jacksonville 12-30.2t. are the only shoes in the world which have all the above. .

    home of her r' ; of town. Mr. Fla. specificationsWe .
    liar !
    r. J. 1 where he is *mrt -
    Bulle n. has urm-4 to, Madison of that WANTED-Man with car to sell low lubslitution in the construction oi"FootFitteri"
    ii nrhsR's school leather
    '1'1' to :! Pooilivcly no
    public
    '
    -resume hl'r '''OV(''' ',the 11). priced Graham Tires. $130.00 per make this statement will. out fur d( conlrar'irlion.
    Graham
    ''lI t )llIce.i,;, f'lond ;\ week and commissions.! !
    IyJ. F. Boulevard Benton he Solid Leather all' ,
    nbatherInds the first Tire Co., 381 "Foot-Fitters" to '.'
    '' in T'znornlng: brought It* We Guarantee "FootFitters"We
    Ipr JI/ckson t rn.vel' weather of the season and ice waster Harbor, Mich. tkrougVi. No paper fibre or substitutions in ,..

    o. oia The vines of the un- cows, just short. Come to our'slote and he fitted
    Jersey wonderful
    an,1 other in,pUce*. FOR SALE-Two( (for these
    ref < it Ii appomlhd Exclusive agents\!
    wilted and 5 1-2 been construction
    have
    ; one just the Lest shoe
    -.--. ,ire'Rthrl day sw"*i potatoes seed) fresh; one 3 1.2 years: Noth like it in this city. "Foot-Fitlct":
    se- standing hog. "Fcot'Fittcrj.. n 1
    the Duroc-Jersey (
    of
    i feared that. some old; one with a pair (
    tits years
    ,,n had itm vitality Impaired. Oth- Price to suit purchaser. P. E. ever attempted. All shapes,sues and widths$75O rr

    : damage Is in evidence.. 164t.
    f 'fI"no Johns! Starke.
    ,
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    Hall's Cat: M.Inman. the wide-awahe local /No Worm In a nea.thY: Child PER PAIR

    Tho.. the E. A; Strout with Worm tmv .n eehe.lthrcokr.whlch -
    troubled
    I. rsentative'of .
    . 'NilU Ira h, f after All chlMnn te.perbks6sada.ande .
    indlr
    " I p !"n th.. i* man art. STARKE
    .lIh Petersburg, iwn r"w- .
    to CULL TOMC!; ALVAREZ
    'II'lI' trip ,
    -" cc '<.iy>Business' S TASTELESS v *h wl!' nrlcl the blood.enluSTwtolof" J. M. ,..-
    ""I b (IlIrly (urtwocrthrca rt..eQravto:t3 re.rth- -
    AI.L's colds Cans Qrtp so4 Inftueflza unprovethedueetion.nud. -
    infravl'tth.nthmvrodord..rt1".wt''is.s
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    FRIDAY, ? [
    CV 6. 1922.
    BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAR FLORIDA
    PAGE SIX I
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    J ,''SCAB' ON IRISH POTATOES CAN BLUEBERRIES BUG AS GRAPES' LAND iISA
    : FARMER BROWN GROWN! ON SOUR, ACID
    BE CONTROLLED J
    ,
    \ -.- ....--."" ......-.. ".... I I1 I Tberessn en Hall has 'te.I .
    --
    -
    : :. ---1 Florida Palmetto turned to StJ
    for
    t I Possibilities erg, where h* is
    ! A serious enemy of the Irish potato -! Mr. Perkins been a From I employed
    Why, howdy Article ai
    \ Land Suggested by I ding a few days
    With The Bradford is that disease known aa scab. long time since you've beep over. Federal Agents i here with 1Ii1| is, Mr and Mrs.
    It has been said that alone it reducesthe
    How you all feeling 7 Come right in. M. Hall. "

    I yield of Irish potatoes by thou I just want you to see what I have agricultural S. B. Wontl
    weekly I
    In the federal alit several days
    Farmers sands of bushels. Scab may be pre I
    County got from DeWitt C. Jones Hardware letter recently there was an article on last week nil >B business.

    vented by a very simple remedy. Store Mr. Brown just bought one of blueberries! that C. A. You:! and
    the cultivation daughter,
    --3 H. E. Stevens, of Lee
    ..___......."...0..,,_.....__....".." .........._...._ County County Agent has recently circulated this and I don't owe him very much and I j 8U;;;('sts to the owner of sour or acid Nealie, Were\ 'to Hampton last
    I 'lowed to hand it to him as soon as particularly new land week. -
    remedy among the farmers of his I could get it but with so land in Florida, Samuel
    I syrup has just W
    -- scrub palmetto
    which spent Saturday
    county. We quote his discussion of cheap and nothing much else to sell off from
    SCUPPERNONG GRAPES FOR source of afternoon and]
    GERMAN TRUST been removed a possible wet Starke with
    CHARGE this disease and its treatment:
    the farm these I don't think it
    POTASH INDUSTRY EVERY FLORIDA HOME Irish days, large profit. The article) in part, relatives.
    THROTTLE the
    "This common disease of
    is fair to be running a man that is Miss Flora .i
    potato Is carried on the surface of says: spent several
    this bill is not
    No country home in Florida is taking introducedinto good pay. Why more as Concordgrapes days last Well| .itt with friends
    Tho the tubers and when once Blueberries! as law
    Washington Dec. 31.- charge than three months old and I don't see
    Mrs. W. It
    full advantage of the state's nat- through md children Ellis
    I -
    aided the soil remains active for years. have been produced
    that the German potash trust, how I can spare'a cent just now so and !
    potash manufacturers ural resources, if it hasn't an arborof "Potatoes MAY carry the scab hybridization. Introduction of the Enrn,, 'upson City, are
    by 34 American soon after Christmas. What do'you
    scuppernong grape:. while of the diseaseis has moresignlf'lcance spending a M with her sister,
    evidence
    was trying to throttle the potash germ no know about thatT He'a hurt my feel blueberry into agriculture/ Mrs. S. B. \\Vf
    iidustry of the United States, was The owner of that home in also visible on the surface of the potato.If ings, that's what he lias done. than the mere addition of John Hall
    before the Sen- missing an annual feast and source scab-infected potatoes are planted, one more agricultural industry to t jfew days daring
    reiterated yesterday Now, look here Cy Perkins, I can'taee last week
    ate Finance Committee by Wilbur Lame of supply for jellies and perserves the crop you dig will be scabby and you have anything to kick about. those already in existence. Blueberries atk ,i'friends:
    the which will come arid as to Henry Wo\J spending a few
    representing the United States throughout year unsalable. He has only said your bill is past due thrive best In soils so
    potash producers association. Dur- as near costing him nothing as any- "Disinfect your seed. The cost is and would you please call and settle be considered worthless for ordinary tives.days this wtt, arke with rela-

    boasted it could thing he can grow. small and the treatment will insure a it agricultural purposes. Blueberry cul- |I"
    ing the war Germany within the next 10 days, as he needs '
    dictate which nation could starve and The scuppernong is closely relatedto clean crop as far as scab in concerned. yie money. ture, therefore, not only promises to Mrs. Farle iof, Starke, wasH

    which nations could live, because it our wild fox grape and there are a (To do this soak the potatoes for two I Don't you know Business man haveto add to the general welfare throughthe laid to rest L cemetery here

    controlled the world's potash supply, number of varieties, ranging from hours in formalin solution before collect their outstanding accountsat utilization of land almost value- Sunday aftei,$ ;large crowd of

    aid Laroe. "Now it has its repre- early to late in maturing and either planting. Prepare'this solution by adding least once a month and here this less otherwise, but it offers a profitable relatives andr <<
    sentatives here and Is seeking to gain white, black or red in color. 1 pint of 40 percent formaldehyde bill is three months old. i industry to individual land own pay their lasMJ 'alto the deceas-
    The is not a bunch to 30 gallons of water. Place which ed.
    scuppernong in certain districts in gen-
    world's potash ers
    the pro- What
    Ha old grip on are you kicking about? Don'tyou !
    duction." grape and requires little pruning. In the potates in a gunny sack and sub know the longer you let a store eral agricultural conditions are espec- John Hall i .j j Burrows, of

    Laroe asked that potash be taken fact, pruning has to be carefully done.It merge in a barrel of the prepared so bill run the larger it gets and the ially hard and unpromising, and it Starke, were at the home of
    I
    off the free list and taxed 2 1-3 centsa is not; done at all by many growers, lution. After being submerged for harder to pay. Now get a hump on suggests the possibility of further I, Mr. and Mrs Voodard Sunday

    pound. He named II. A. Huston, those'moist careless.An two hours, spread the potatoese out to yourself and get the man his I utilization of such land! by means of night. \
    I
    New York who open plat of ground, not sapped dry. Then cut and plant. if money I other crops adapted to acid conditions. Sunday afte Seers! were elect-
    of 42 Boardway, ap- even you have to go to the bank and
    peared before the committee for the I by roots of adjourning trees, is ideal "Forty-percent formaldehyde can borrow it. Suppose we farmers all Blueberry Grows Only in Acid Soil o ed for the lij unday school as

    potash syndicate, as the representative for a place to plant. Vines should be be obtained from any druggist. The done that way. How long would it Success in blueberry culture rests follows: :.1 j

    of the German Kali syndicate, set fifteen of twenty feet apart and dilued solution can be used several be before we could not get a cent of especially on the recognition of two Superintend| 'S 1Iivan.

    "the greatest monopoly In the world." trained, by a string or post, to the times. credit peculiarities in the nutrition of these Mrs. D. 11''e,, senior clas!

    "There ia no question about it," arbor overhead. The arbor varies 'When cutting the tubers for plant- No, sir. Pay your bills prompt. plants, says Frederick V. Coville in a teacher. .

    commented Senator Smoot, republican with the taste or resources of the individual ing discard any that show a brown or Then you will not get dunned.What's new department bulletin No. 974, DI- !Mrs. Floy i j i Junior Class!

    Utah. but usually consists of blackish discoloration within. These this on the back of this rections for Blueberry Culture, 1921, teacher. '**i

    Laroe created a stir when he placedin wooden stringers, or even rails, laid contain disease that the surface dis statement? recently issued by the United States Mrs. G. 1ett, card class
    the ends of posts at a height of infection will not kill. "
    over J '
    of These teacher.
    the record a contract tending to H'ml! Goods coming down, reductionof Department Agriculture. o IV, ,
    show that 34 American companies, about six feet. Cross stringers are 'Late blight, wilt and several bac- 15 per cent on oil heaters and oil peculiarities are the requirement of Miss Euniitreasurer. 1 Ijtt,;>'secretary and
    laid on these every two or three feet. terial diseases are carried within the f
    acid soil and their of .
    headed by the Virginia-Carolina cook stoves. Wood heaters $2.25 to an possession a
    Richmond Va. The vines soon cover the stringers, interior of the Irish potato. Never root fungus that to have the I Mrs. W. 1rfl: "
    4 Chemical Company, of $25.50, wood cook stoves, $17.50, all appears spent SundayNs
    had contracted to buy 25 per cent of spreading in all directions and form plant a potato that shows any discoloration steel ranges $115.00, there is a $10.00 beneficial function of supplying them I at Starke wit )ave' Manning.

    their potash in Alsace.It ing a network which wil support the of the interior when freshly saving. Lard cans 60 cents, there's with nitrogen. Good aeration of the I D. W. Moor \\,song the visitorsto

    had been previously stated that weight of a child or small person cut." 10 cents. Pocket knives lOc to $3.50. soil is another essential. Althoughthe the county within two. Fruit is developed --
    i this same group of 34 had agreed to a year or A man ought to find something to fit highhush or swamp blueberry occurs -
    at intervals all FREE STATE SCHOLARSHIPS
    regular along
    , buy 75 per cent of its requirement in his pocketbook there. frequently in swamps or other The men e mnowH, accomplishing -
    the vines in clusters of from two AVAILABLE UNTIL FEB. 15:
    Germany. Full line of Lowe Ores paints and bret places, the plants occupy situations great' thi :ibn' life In the proper -
    dozen or more down to a single grape. varnishes. The best in the marketof which are exposed to air during : way. T y t'Ir! ;neglected the
    I Free Florida State
    MAKE YOUR POULTRY PAY Falling leaves keep the ground under Scholarships course they are. DeWitt C. Jones I the root-forming. period of Bummer little things. ',,: i'
    .
    covering scool branches
    the arbor well mulched and an grammar ,
    always buys the best. ,\V nd autumn. The swamp blueberry
    t application of commercial fertilizer high scool subjects, civil service I
    the fellow Now, Cy Perkins, it is the grows best in soils naturally or artificially ;;; his
    There is why first of
    '\ I no reason raked in in the late fall will insure a courses, and reading courses on var- Your neigi res true opinion -
    t j who keeps chickens should expect plentiful crop,of grapes next season. ious phases of agriculture given by the year. Let's go in to town tomor- supplied with adequate mois of you w n hilkl at your backyard '
    1 hibernate for the winter. row and pay up our bills, big little ture.
    to
    them During winter, when the vines are correspondence are now being offeredto or '
    , and show him will % Nl'IItn: \ importance to soil conditions '1',
    we
    i Many farm flocks produce reasonably Iways stand
    the
    dormant, such pruning as Is necessary everyone by state through the
    ( j well during spring''and summer when General Extension behind him and his hardware store. I m a convenient location with ref.
    should be done, dead wood and vines Division, .University fly wgCOFF
    " freedom that nature af- know a man that tried to erence to a good market, the bulletin
    have the
    run store
    they removed And repairs to the arbor of Florida, at Gainesville. Boys a CASKETS
    ,1,1 fords. Handled properly, these flocks once and he was so afraid to tell points out. The berries should reach
    and and a
    made, as any pruning or bruising of girls, men women, everywhere
    I i could be made to yield a profit all the vines during the growing season regardless of age or previous man that he needed his money to pay their destination without delay, preferably An FULlne of.bin
    through the A flock properly his bills, he was skeered some early in the morning following a Styyfie.
    ; year. will result in severe "bleeding," 'and school advantages, who want more one
    t\: i culled, comfortably housed and adequately )wen> loss of the vine.A education can get it in this way at would find out that he had to have the the day of picking. To secure the ..,
    the winter money and was afraid best price they should also reach the AUTO BU BEARSEI.
    " fed wil lay through few vines of different varieties home without loss of time. someone would
    ''d'IN: ,. "( aa well an summer. Applications for these get mad, just like you did, then he market before the height of the main Always o I.nine best set-
    ,: set in a corner of the orchard or scholraships
    hens during gar got afraid to tell the wild blueberry season. A vice at C]love, prices. Special -
    The question of feeding den will soon furniad an abundant will be accepted by the General Ex- wholesale men situationto atteJm telegraph orera. l.
    winter in order to get eggs becomes supply of grapes during early sum tension Division until the 15th of that he could not pay his bills, then the south of the great areas of wild Rititen!< 'Embalmer.

    quite largely a matter of sensible mer. February, instead of February 1st, one day the sheriff came along and blueberries in northern New England,

    feeding. It is the surplus feed, as previously announced.At locked the door and told him he could Canada, and northern !Michigan is

    that not needed to keep up bodily County and home demonstration present hundreds of citizens go home and saw wood. Then he was therefore desirable. One of tho most DeW T JONES I'
    are
    functions, which ia used in egg pro agents are in a position to give much availing themselves of the opportun- afraid to go home and tell his wife, promising districts for blueberry cul ST KE. FLAT G
    practical information on grape grow. for ture I ia
    fear she the
    duction. would say "Why did cranberry region of New
    ityto get more training at home thru you ',
    ing. Let them
    help
    There are three things which shouldbe you. these state supervised correspondence credit if you was afraid to collect Jersey, for there an ideal soil occurs 'I

    present In the feeding ration of a study courses. A large number of your bills?" and then that man was in conjunction with an early maturing CALOMELAWl( OUT

    laying hen, if you expect results from COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS people are taking common school mad and went back of the store and season and excellent shipping facilities LLfREACIIEROUS!

    her. These are mineral matter, pro. branches and high school subjects in kicked himself. to the markets of Philadelphia -.rt.i.

    tein or nitrogen, and starches or car- Bay-Much land is being preparedfor order to beter fit themselves for positions Mr. Perkins, pa almost spoiled his and New York. Next Dose MlOrj r Sate"Shock Liver

    bohydrates.A setting fruit treesa, principally they desire. Teachers are tak best suit of clothes when he went to The importance of superior varieties tin,Bones'

    good grain mixture for this sect pecans and satsuma oranges. Mar. ing review courses in preparation for the state fair. is particularly stressed in the bulletin. 1

    t tion, all of which can be produced ont ket gardening la growing in impor state and special teachers' certificates. How did he do that? From the market standpoint, the fea- You know har.tolllel is. It is .

    the average Florida farm, would be 2 tance. W. L. Wilson stored his sweet There is also a large enrollmentin Why, he was trying to carry arounda tures of superiority in a blueberry are mercury; qui 1lw,| ,,Calomel is daa-

    C. t pounds of corn, 1 pound of oats and potatoes in a curing house. They the courses which assist the student turkey_ sweetness and excellence of flavor gerous. It c .hc'I lto pour bile like

    4 1 pound of rough rice. A quart of cured fine, While those banked the old in passing civil service examinations Sliver, go out doors. What did I large size; light blue color, due to the dynamite, cr npitj5:and sickening

    the above mixture should be'about way rotted badly.St. and in agricultural reading tell you? presence of a dense bloom over the I you. Calomi ntt4 1tbe bones and

    enough for a daily feed of from courses. I never said you won it-Yes, I'm "dark-purple or almost black skin o, should never e (kS nto your system. -

    twelve,to fifteen hens feeding a thirdin Lucle-A community councilwas Every citizen in Florida is entitledto going. dryness.; or freedom from supern: 1 ;tIt

    the morning and two thirds in the organized at Fellamere this week, take these courses and students fat moisture, especially- the- fermentin.. you feel ;ill 1!, headachy, con-

    'I afternoon. the farmers of that neighborhood be. have the advantage over those taking SAMPSON CITY juice of broken -berries; and plump. stipated and I inked] out, just go

    t. Purely grain mixtures, however, ing enthusiastic for the farm bureau, correspondence-study in any other ness; that is, freedom from the withered to your druDodson's bottle of
    lack In This1 be. 0 Sampson City, Jan. 8. Mr. and or wrinkled Llv few cents
    1;. protein. may provided way, since the General Extension Div- appearance that the (
    I1i in what we call the "mash. Volusia:-Fourteen farmers of De- ision courses are state supervised, Mrs. Frank Rausignol and children, berries begin to acquire several days which is a hll nd'a substitute -

    ,. i off The- basis of most mash mixtures is Land have ordered co-operatively 25 and the work finished through this of Jacksonville, spent Christmas with after plckin for dan, Take) a

    'w. made up of the by-products of the 0 tons of fertilizer and 110 pounds of Division of the University of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Newn Thomas. The! cultivator is urged 1 to begin spoonful and straight!

    milling industry. If to a mixture of 0 watermelon seed, saving $200 thereby. is acepted by the state institutions Gus Wynn, of Jacksonville, spent with the purchase' of a few plants of you up better nasty!

    these is added,.in proper proportions, Twenty-four good dairy cattle have without further examinations. the holidays here with relatives.Mr. elected hybrid varieties, or by the calomel; if i it neon r\ your liver

    meat scrap and sour milk; an ideal I just been placed on local farms. Send in your application today, and and Mrs. B. B. Sanders arrived transplanting of the best wild bushes without maki yo you just Ire

    feed will be obtained. state you have read of this splendid last week to spend the holidays.' selected when in fruit for the size col- back and get ar y.

    The feed mentioned above, with Gadsden-Poultry raising is popular opportunity In this paper. Mr. Sanders left Saturday for Chalk- or, flavor, and earliness of the Don't take 'am! It make. you

    ; the addition of charcoal and oyster with our farmers. I culled two er, Ga., where he Is employed.Bert and the vigor and productiveness berry sick the next n; I i. is you a day's

    y shells for grinding the food and sup flocks this week. Burrows-Sorry, old chap, but 1 am Hall has moved his family here the bush. These he should of work. Dods Lit Tone' straightens -

    plying material for building egg shell, looking for a little financial succor, from Louise. We are glad to have by layering, by division, and propagate you righ P a ou feel great.
    will contain sufficient mineral to Flagler-Dr. Sanborn' lecture herethis again! them with us. Through a combination by cuttings. No salts ner art .ive it to the

    4 met the demands of the fowl's needs, I I,' week awakened widespread Inter. Bangs-You'll} have to hunt further. Miss Oveida Conley, of Bell, has these methods, a valuable old of children boca it rfectly haraite. .

    -County Agent Sechrest. peat in poultry. One Irish potato community I am not the little financial sucker I been a recent guest of her cousin, can often be multiplied by plant less and can. sit .-Adv-- 6 ,

    has taken up the idea and is used to be.-St. Louis GlobeDemocrat. Mrs. W. C. Hunt. hundred at one propagation several
    .i arranging a debate on whether puol- Messrs. Orrie and Rex Thomas of the the fruit
    " Casey-Did that lawyer prove yes of progeny retaining all the ypP IN I II
    not guilty of stealing that watch T try production Is more profitable than j Cooter Pond, were visitors here Fri- o of the parent. characteristics

    r Murphy-He did that. growing Irish potatoes. Podger (to new acquaintance day.Mrs. directions for the various Detailed ,' .

    y Casey-How did yea pay him? wonder if that fat old girl Is really C. P. Cason left Saturday for propagation/ are given in the methods of In Genuine'.i

    'i Murphy-I gave him the watch.- Madison-Widespread interest here trying to flirt with me? v Chalker, Ga., where she will visit rel bUlletin. Name "Ba er

    American Legion Weekly.We in dairying. Farmers are selling Cooler I atives. Why speak -- .i.iU
    can easly find out by asking of a fellow
    sweet potatoes and buying fruit trees Mr. and Mrs. Millard Varnes his having/ lost
    ? her-the Is my wife.--Jackson. madea nerve at the critical
    + often wonder how_It would feel co-operatively.,At least a third the ville Times-Union. o business trip to Hi-wpton Thursday had none to lose. moment? H.

    *. be a billionaire. But no doubt theyare purchase price Is being saved on the Mrs. .W. H. Sloan is< vtaitinff rela

    Just as curious to know. how It fruit trees. Fudge-Geet my girl is a beauty. tives in Starke and Thereasa. It Is no longer advisable a""

    1, feels to be human. Spencer-Remember, beauty is only School reopened here Monday after in the middle of the road,to" "keel!
    Orange Assisted in a gas-boom the You
    -
    holidays. Two
    skin
    deep. new pupils were might get honked to hade.
    Jew4w11Te&catatnrtuaa demonstration on tree fumigation FudgTbat'a all right. I'm no enrolled, Misses. Mattle and Minnie
    this week. An oil spray was also cannibal. Sub-Base Ogden. To Stop a
    Ballast. Couch Quick
    D.
    .
    "
    tried out. These experiments will be
    Ncwn Thomas made a business HAYIS'
    trip
    HEALING
    ...sb. rIRtpat
    ...... 1 continued next year. Trouble with this .country: is, there to Jacksonville last week. cough beefing medicine the which stop the HONEYS trough bF II
    tAaZMi... are too things of Miss Effle Sloan returned Monday Inflamed and irritated Or
    many the past. They A box of tias_ Warning I see the a
    St. Johns Tuesday I organized a
    Firs should be improved upon and made after spending the holidays with her SALVE toe'Che Colds o.PEN-TRATE Bayer" oa on Ultot yen
    Biff sweet-potato club at Moultrie half Head
    4 ; assets of the future. grandmother. Croup Is encJoeed With Colds and are out gvt$ t6 A plrisvor yrvembed
    the members are girls. Meeting of Mrs R. N. Cain of Louise HAYES' HEALING every bottle of b1 1'b / twRtyP
    spent HONEY.
    :' No Worm in a healthy Child fAll Irish-potato club held at Hastings Putnam-We held two important few days this week here with rela a 01 should be robbed on the chest and The throat aalve year. wed.taptrin t the million Bayer*
    chUdM troobUd with Worm him *n ua- 18 out of 20 members poultry children suffering frolD
    ..,....t/lr......*.which IndhaiM pool blood,tod..a Wednesday; meetings thlse week,.Dr. San- tives. eslln.. 'a Cold 0& lkoup sg f the,
    t role UMf ta mon 'I... _mach dlacubaoc were present.; born assisting -Ide tee _i epee.of.!fa," lleallnl" Rony .. lhe nmatl, bot8ache,
    GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC Urn n ularly Our trowr a pT..te&twathhe. otyp the.0"01 bags and for t torn
    4 diplomats abroad have
    been d.yptis '
    WMk will the'kinmonoatopaaoooah .
    _two ow tbne enrich th lm ,.tb..u.-.aDd_..a.........I&.th.. Taylor Our farmers are spraying Hamilton-By thoroly organizing rather fortunate of late. Those attempts ....kh...m..... ... In twelve Bryer U tergvr cot
    .. wbole .. their to the .ortb.comb........ lr e.tm y0p BOd tile trues, I ,
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    ttprt .ORobrdbpwel. lfc w m.odtheceuduiu. peach trees, endeavoring county we are closely coordinating to kill! them'gave them some for:

    W pcl'1eu&? hesltL yl.saat to"' k-75c pew r have a god crop of fruit this year, our marketing activities. perfectly good newspaper publicity. !JN0askHO mJr; .dnluiat HAYES' me Mamd4 aaaeeteek .,rI
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    EI'fECT rUAMMELL'S SHARP STICK TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL Ur'wvw. lased 1- at Palatka. In Putnam County, Florida a
    J WORRIED county In the aforesaid circuit, on the lit*
    Harried Men WiMake 'the. I d"-' I rentorea vitality sat jucruy by wnrifjrtaA and ,- day of January. A. D. 1922 at ten 0..1.....
    )| .000 Relieving i thatthere, is undue delay Names of Those Who Paid Subscription rleMo...the blood. You caD soon feel Ma 5truuaa a. m., why laid bonds" should not be validated
    .. and confirmed.
    nl.10 Effort Prloa-
    lavlgcralinil
    '"n 'he"par4of: ,; the railroad in mak- During DecemberJ. WIVES--- Then, therefore, are to command and require
    in fe, -- you and each of you: and you' and cock
    Changes Inv theftenper cent reduction in
    NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR PARDONTake of you are hereby. reijutred to anpear before
    congress last m ,1 I by fri"ehtate4' of fruits vegetables R. Howe W. P. Byrd, J. D. Goodman I notice that I will on March 14, 11)22.): the Honorable A. V. Lone, Judii of said CI*.
    READ THISHALF or mi noon thitn>nfu>r M I may bo heard op- cult at the o.llntCourt House In I'alatka.
    full"inner B. M. C. Sullivan J. II
    force> on Jan. 1, II I other farm products as promised Dowling, ply tar a pardon far Chctnur Graham whu In Putnam County., Florida, on the lath day of
    in which they ef: t b 5 the railroads some time Sen.It P. Padgett, Ira L. Riley, Mrs. EmmaD. I plead Nllllty to munlur In incanil di'Rrpe July January A. D. 1922. at tan o'clock a. .>..
    1"' ago I S3, 1914. In the Bradford County Circuit Court and ahow came, If any you have, why add
    lien: cit '",, Park Trammell is urging that then Sayles, C. S. Bloodsworth, J. S. Anyone dualrinw may then b* hvanl on the bonda should not be vat dated and oontlraied
    Norman E. L. Wilson J. J. Hornsby, SICK CROSS HUSBANDS merits of the application.Wm.. othurwiee the allegations of the said petitioner
    ,
    ride diction'\ be made
    ( effective immediately
    When you .....
    I WILL BE HELPED BY TAKING a BODGES. will h* taken oa eonfeued by"
    or an inland or c,, 1; rain / grinding: upon inquiry of the Mrs. M. A. Tillis, W. I. Waters, Mrs. 1-6-21-1-13 Attorney fur 1'ctalonor.MASTER'S It I* ordorod that th a nolle be published
    :.nmi t W. II. State Bank GUDE'S PEPTO- onra each week for three consecutive weeiabvfor .
    you ( I Taylor Lawtey ,
    tnti ,
    longer >rstata Commerce Commission that
    will no ha'o: the aid loth day of January A. D.
    scent eight per c a Crates Notice U hereby Klvrn that under and by newspaper published. In Stark, Bradford .
    fare and el: anount; of the commission, Senator Trammell I J. M. Truby, W. A. Crosby, II. virtue 1 of that certain final doors of fore County .Florida and that the Seat of
    your Iw f the II. Lewis, Newton Strickland, S. A. he "cross as a bear" when he loaur* mad. and entered on January 2. 1922. said puttllcatonB be piiblnihed at least elab-
    addressed the
    cost of your neat .; chairman of the com- home Is ho and bv the .Indue of the Circuit Court In and for teen dave before the aid luth day of January
    nervous abit
    ship mmsibn as follows: Bryan, S. S. Dowling, H. I* Stevenson comes Bradford County., Florida. In that certaincaiiM A. D. 1922.Wltneea .
    When you f m mt1foom ll not j Frank Stokes Mrs. A. M. Pettit pale and always tired T You can .. wherein J. W. Townsend T. J. Town my hand and official anal, this Iota
    ,
    'A month and a half the railroads send and J. D.
    Alderman Executors of
    be assessed an eX! ago a* the day of December, A. D. 1921.
    'JIir'lnt' tofi proposed to commission J. W. Prevatt, J. M. Norman, B. F. help him back to health with Gude'sPepto.Mangan. tate of W. C. Townernil drenued are a. W. ALDERMAN
    the cost. You ci your He is run-down, and complainants, and P. 8. Denmark Emily Clerk ol the Circuit Court for Bradford COBBty. -
    kates' i by that they would: at an early date make | Renfroe, J. E. Cone, G. C. Livingston, Denmark hl> wife, and Bank of Lake But. Florida
    express or parce 1i'u! helms Louis Wilkerson, Miss Mary Gaskins, fepto-Mangan, the wonderful blood ler, a corporation, are defendanta. the undvrnlKned (Soal of the Circuit Court
    reduction of
    ten in
    assessed a war ti 1 a per cent freight j I tonic with the right kind of iron in w II otter for Kale and will at.ll for Bradford County. Florida)
    ViII rates on'fruits, vegetables and other !, J. E. Bohannan, J. F. Canova, Rev. I cash to the M.ht.t and beat bidder, In frontf i-ao-st-i-i3. '4
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    When you It, will build him up. Help your hus- + the oourthoiua door In Stark., Bradford
    ones drug"medicine I M. L. Smith, Wm. II. Struth, W. W. ..
    I farm products and asked authority to' ---
    store for a bottle County Florida, on Monday, the 6th day of
    Baisden Jr. E. 1.. Crews J. P. Pee- band get plenty of red blood and he NOTICE OF BTOCKBOrDIIM MEETING
    make such 'revision of rates effective I February 19U. durlnic the legal hour of,
    a tube of tooth p. will be well and good-natured; again .ale on said day, for the purpose of aatlify. Notice .la hereby given that the regular aa-
    will Wet prep. I I immediately. 'Your commission very ples, Ury Reddish, M. 1>1. Crosby, S. lag laid final dr...... the following real i a. nual tneetlnir of the stockholders of the BraV.
    aration you : '. and stronger, too. Good blood, good ford County Bank will be held in Its bankiaa-
    e'lxatious'' authorized M. Driggers, Mrs. Sallie Malphurs, tate lying and being In Bradford County, Flor
    the reduction.
    stamp tax. promptly: ) I makes Ida. te-wlt: rooma In Starke, Florida, on Tueaday January
    Although it would appear that ample I II ''Mrs. II. B. Weest, Miss Gracie Sparks, health, happy good humor-I I Southeast Quarter of SouthvaRt Gunter of 10, 1922. at 7:90 p. m., to alee a board ef
    Penny no L BUlaen I time for E. N. Alexander, W. B. Bryan, G. C. that is the way it goes. If Section le. leia e..... deeded off i also North- director for the .nBuinayear. and transact
    haa'elapsed the railroads to
    emit Quarter of Nnrthrant Quarter of Section such other bualneeB oa may coma before then
    No longer will 'klt i Lee 1.. II. Eastman J B. give him some kind of a tonic he will J. H. BITCH.
    have to have inaugurated the new rates, car- McCully, III all Mid Undo being In Township She.I. .
    filled with Sl '' probably get worse-they usually do. South Ramie to E..&. 12-HO-2U c.......
    be !in L. A. Kahr E. L. J. A. Morgan
    ; pennies rying the reduction, the proponed ten Crosby, I. A. S. CREWS I -- -
    when you go to fountain for per cent reduction has not yet been Col. W. T. Weeks, August Stem, Go to the drug store and ask forZudo's I I Special Muter In Chancery, NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS 1IEKT1NCNotle
    drink or a plat ., Pepto-Mangan in liquid'or In i D. E. KNIGHT. I. hereby given that the rea-ularao, .
    a :Teem! Uncle made i I' B. B. Hopson, L. C. Hodges. Solicitor for Complalnanta. l- -Ct-2-3 nual mewing of the atockholdera of th. Law
    Sam will not col tablet form. It Is pleasant to take try State Rank will be held In lie bankla
    en> per cent In my"state if the producers are to and works wonders if taken daily fora rooms In Lawtey. Florida, on Tweeday. ..-
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    on the prices.If have benefit from this reductionfor ASSOCIATION OF NATIONS PETITION TO HAVE: BONDS VALIDATEDla uary 10. 1922 at ft ,lOO .,. m., to elect a board .
    you desire to any few weeks.-Adv. Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. of director for the ensuing year and 'r....-
    .pailof. shoes the i present crop season, action ..-- ---- In and for Bradford. County, Florida, In act such other buaineaa oa'may come before '
    costing more thai. a tint cost- So great an achievement in the establishment Chancery. them.
    must be had immediately. Almost
    than ::1 HAMPTON Bradford County Florida, and Board J. W. BARBKR.:
    $
    ing more '!! nsthave t to half of the citrus fruit crop of Floridafor of international relationshas of Bond Truateea of Bald County.Complalnanta.. 12-SO-tt. Caaater.

    pay but a tax. and allot been the conference for the Jimltatlon .
    the
    this has been ,
    season already marketed -
    Jan. 6. Miss Reba Max- n
    Hampton .
    other so-called 11 uesolcloth.in and the railroads have receivedfor of armaments, that President The State of Florida NOTICE E OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOB
    well recently returned from Waldo, Defendant. CHARTER
    aa well as In Harding is warranted in under ............
    umbrellas, transporting the same the present fully she has been the af Rev. Petition to Have Honda alldated.Netlce Hereby' notice I k given that the
    where guest
    parasols, sun sh I'rtni' : frames taking his proposed association of naI to the Taipayen and ('I.I. ,n. ef the will on the fifth day of January. A. D. 1MOV
    excessive freight charges. Within the Burke and family. Ceanty .f Bradford aad But el I mob application to the Honorable A. V. Loaov
    trunks, valises, I 'xk/1 etc., go next two months almost the entire I I I tions. Not only has the conference Florida I I, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Bt.bth Je.dlalal -
    into the discard. Miss Lois Terrell, of Jasper, was Take notice that the County of Bradford Circuit of the Slate of Florida, for a
    remaining part of the citrus fruit crop i reduced navies, thereby saving hun- visiting friends here this week. one of the county units of Florida, and the charter incorporating the First Baptist Chuff
    If you live in a that tan boastof and a considerable of the dreds of millions of dollars, but also Board of Bond Truateea of Bald county has of Stark., Florida.
    portion aeason' -
    ten-cent "n Mrs. Jennie Roper, of Jacksonville, filed a petition In the above .ntltled cause under The character and object of the aid .**>
    a show or other vegetable crop of Florida will be by the four nation league has it set- visited her mother Mrs. Elsie Spark- date th* 22nd day of December, A. IX1D21 poratlon will b* to promote the wenhl ofttod
    place of amuser w win tied the Pacific and Far East to have the Ueue of Five Hundred Fifty and instruction In the Christian rcllaJo*
    not be marketed:! )The producers of state questions I .... .
    my I I I i man, during the holidays.Mrs. Thousand Dollars I (WO.000.00)) worth of and to maintain the .rnm.nt of Ita loaadofTlora
    assessed a penn; If the charge are sorely in need of relief from the i always a cause of heavy expen- Sullivan left Satur- bon.... authorised by Chanter B 2'i. of the according to tn* article of faith" tare
    : Josephine Acts the Legislature. of Florida of of government and worship of the Baptlat der
    exceeds ten cent ever, you will unduly' high freight rates they are ;t I diture. Withal, and what is most important day for Vero, where she will be the Special 1921 and by of an election'held' on October 18. nomination In aha United State of Am...... I
    continue to pay eryat the rate now paying. This relief should be hall the conference demon- A. D. 1921. In which election a lante major also to buy, ..n. mortiiac lace bold and
    of her A. L. Sullivan, for much real and personal property.
    guest son, Ity of the qualified. elector voting. thereat onvvy oa
    of a cent-for ea *KI or frac- given them at once and not be delayed strated the fact that nations can get several weeks.J. voted for the Uauano of bonds In the sum ot only aa may be neMaaary for a ahureh. eher.ayard
    tion. together their differences, Five Hun.,].... f.fty Thousand Dollar (It 50.- and paitorium. to e..Ut for a period *al
    until too late for them to have the reduction I'I compose W. O'Keefe, of A del, Ga., is in 000.00)( for had jurfoclnv and Improving certain ninety-nine year and to make by-law, ....
    Married Hend'aDtae/ for the unharvested part of ,land| agree to measures that insure this week. puhll road. *. provided for by raid chapter to elect officer front Urn to tla** to any
    town validated and confirmed by. decree out the purpooa. for which said arporatio
    The normal 8(1211
    it tax peaceful relations. This is the greatest -
    exemptionfor the I but
    present crop. respectfully Mrs. Sparkman and Wesley, of of maid court hull enlnl.
    I'
    married me' an income of most earnestly appeal to com- achievement of the conference and. And that on the gird day. of December W. T. WEEKS Stark. Florida
    j your I Waldo were guests of Mrs. A. A. A. D. 1921: an order limned out of the ald I.. C. pow IL! I.. Htarke. Florida
    $5,000, or less dt :921 a Increased mission to bring about immediately the warrant for President iiarding'sproposed Durden this week. court, enelr.it the State of Florida, reu.ul.tnir PERRY DOVER. Stark. Florida.
    from $2,000 t' t association. It, through the Honorable A. B. Crew. Enquire. H. C. WALL Stark. Florida
    > Single men the ten Per cent reduction in rates on Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a profes- State Attorney f.... the Eighth Judicial J. F. KICKLITKR. Stark. Florida.T. .
    are given no add exemption and fruit, vegetables and other farm prod I Naturally the question will arise sional visitor here recently.Rev. Circuit of Florida to show cause .before the N. z.J M HA UGII. Stark. ........
    said J. 1. QUIGLEY Stark, Florida.Put .
    whether will Honorable A. V. Long Judii of court
    deduct the association
    proposed
    can only < from
    their net ucts, heretofore promised by the rail I Burke at the Metho-

    income. roads and authorized by your comm'e- ;i supplant the league of nations, or in dist church Sunday preached morning and eve- .. _._ d__ _.__ __ __ __- __._u. '

    All heads of -s with dependents sion. I any measure or to any degree modifyit.

    Were the league successfully functioning ning.Mrs. ,f '_ u _, _t--V --
    get
    a slag action in their
    "Respectfully submitted, J. M. Thomas, of Valdosta, Ga., I
    income tax as a i of the increase the association might only ,
    aftera
    week
    1 PARK TRAMMKLL. returned to her home this
    from $200 to $4 :he exemption supplement it. But the league is
    I visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
    because of deperiManufacturers! j 1- gradually becoming a court for the

    >lYing fur MEETING OF SCHOOL OFFICIALSOF hearing of cases arising from European O. Haynes.
    gum Dr. Middleton, of Starke, was a
    articles UNION COUNTYFor I politics and its decisions lack
    musical 'raents, sporting professional visitor here this week.
    that breadth of view to stability
    goods, etc., i leir taxes re- I necessary

    pealed. Soft del idy and works of the of conditions. The league needs
    the purpose studying Weary Willie-I may be poor now,

    of art arethA'rt. nurp reductions needs 'of_our schools, the ways and the American viewpoint which is improbable but when I was young I had me own

    means'of maintaining them, the officials ,If not impossible. Consequently carriage. et I

    Some Taxi Remain of the schools of Union countyare while the league may continue Leary Louie-Yep, and yer maw / 1
    .f M
    New taxes of i r cent of the requested to meet in Lake Butler to arbitrate purely continental pushed It.-Topics of the Day Films.

    I' amount when tie price -xceedi Saturday, Jan. 11, promptly at 10 questions, the association has pros- I

    S given sums are I id. r ,aroets and, o'clock a. m., in the school auditorium. pect of dominating! world affairs, and It might be well to keep congress

    rues, traveling A,, motor cars hence of becoming the supreme court in session during the disarm meet. It II

    and wagons/ Birvin ,pphc, photographic Trustees, supervisors, teachers and ''I'of nations. would furnish excellent relaxation] I
    , / The proposed association, if a logl- and amusement for the dele
    articles, d'nd. Mo messages patrons are urged to attend. weary
    1
    cal of the limitations
    development
    I
    firearms, wi 'nao*' ">l precious gates.
    State Rural School Inspector R. L. conference, will dominate world affairs -

    nonchines. Turner, State Vocational Educational through concessions rather than I at too low a scale to meet demands.

    Director Shelton Phillips, B. B. Lane, decisions. This the and, I
    by was plan financial
    Some/ special>l retained arc These are the facts as shown by r
    principal of Bradford High School, of the conference and it has i
    those ; purpose and trade reports.
    on broker P ,brokers, pro and Others will be present. 'I
    prietors of publ all'cments, rent. been justified by results. Carried Into So far as thla paper can see, the \
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    ers of public conynfj sand employers W. will have a rich full program. the proposed association, It will prospects of 1922 are about what the it toPower any

    of child labo ) be present promptly at time stated or have larger opportunities with even people make them. A kind providence .

    you will lose something worth while. better prospects of success. Mutual intervene, but heaven helps those
    Stamp themeon may
    taxes ||
    s'l'l rcc are Task
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    stocks and bid
    customhouse/ forelln insurance superintendnet and school board be- than majority decisions, because the help in material things is good exper-

    policies afro f attorney and cause'we think it will help us to have ,I. nation that reeves most serves best. ience for the contemplation of mental While the Fordson Tractor has power I..

    playing cards.Don't ,.poersVf !better school in Union county. Rivalry in this direction guarantees and spiritual development. People in plenty to drag plows and harrows ,II
    i
    O. L. MIZELL, stability of relations.-Ex. who help create plenty are moat likelyto through the heaviest soil, it is light

    N. HV STOKES Superintendent. be contented and therefore happy.Ex. I
    argue wh: j jl.r razor. It is enough small enough and so easily ;
    .
    Chairman. NEW YEAR'S PROSPECTS -
    sharper than yo areJ controlled that it can handily be put to

    The material prospects of 1922..are NOTICB OP STOCKHOLDER! MEETING many tasks about the farm that will
    - - Notlr I. hereby (Iven that the regular annual -
    "' -. -- ---- - given greatest emphasis, perhaps, be- meetlna1 of the atoekholder of the Bank. save you time, money and work.In .
    aj of Starka will b* held in It. banklnoroom ...
    I cause they lie at the bottom of wel- In Stark. Florida, on Tueaday. January 17.
    fare in every direction. With produc- 1922. at 1:SO p. m., to lct a board of director fact the Fordson will do every power i,
    for the enaulnr year and to tnasaelsuch 1
    tion large enough to supply demand, other buclneoa aa may com before them. job both draw-bar belt,more quick

    Winter is Hard there will be plenty, contentment and 1-e-tt. GEO. C. WHITE Coekler., ly and at less cost than it can be done

    happiness. When people are reason- .1 with any other form of power. So every
    4.: I
    ably sure of livelihood they are more A SAFE TESTFor month the whole year 'round the always

    apt to give proper consideration to. dependable Fordson will prove itself I .
    Gar
    o other affairs of life.

    our This may be as it should be, but those wbo are in need of a remedy paying investment, because of its capabilities .

    there is some reason for fearing that for kidney troubles and back its economy and efficiency. .
    1t ache. It la a good plan to try DoansKidney

    r the material things of life are given Pill. They are strongly reo We will gladly explain and demonstrateto
    attention than they should have.
    more ommended by Starke people. Ak
    the Fordaon money-mak
    if; I There has been consumption of material your neighbor! you many

    ''I and manufactured products during W. W, Balsdan, deputy sheriff time-saving features. Call, writeor

    I the past year far in excess of that of county Jail, Starke scyi : "I used phone.

    ", ue former years indicating more expensive Doan's Kidney fills for a cone ot kidney -

    safest way is to, let us putitlconditi'ontovvithrtand modes of living. Silks furl trouble that annoyed me a whole
    lot. 'I can truthfully say Dona's entirely M
    the Jewels have come more into common
    I cured me of the trouble la a
    demand, while food articles that formerly -
    prompt and lasting manner. I felt
    ha ships of cold vreadier. It I were regarded luxuries are now a treat deal better In every way." $623

    less in the end. served on the average table. Ten billion (Statement given April 13, 1914.) / w L D.ee.M

    co IS you I dollars worth of automobiles are On April 17. 1918 Mr. naUdea

    owned by the people, the upkeep of saM: "I have bad no occasion to

    i'114 I which adds tremendously to expenses. use Doan's Kidney Pills since I recommended

    Income to meet this increased expenditure this remedy before, ao I

    I will have know' they made a cure In my ca*..
    WeHeU of CarS to be larger than that
    All Makes I advise anyone suffering from kidney .
    a a of last year and financiers are notable
    I complaint to give thin medicinea
    \ l to figure it out. trial.

    1tty I r I. There undoubtedly will be businessand Price 6Oc at all dealer Don't

    'I.; industrial] improvement but it will simply aik: for a kidney remedy-get "J.;

    ., I come gradually and may not reach its Doan's Kidney Pills-tha name that I :.
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    maximum until late in the year. lathe Mr. Baloden had. Postar-Mllburn 00.,

    I tttn. Buffalo N. Y. !
    meantime competition for employment ,
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    BAl may become so keen that Income ""
    Smils! v
    ERPgI Garage "will be reduced with the result

    ? that expenditures will be curtailed. J. W. ANDREWS Jr. ::1

    There certainly has to be more deflation 666Will ,

    ECy La before anything like real values] AUTHORIZED t

    STARKE FLORIDA obtain, and there has to be a further
    break a Cold Fever and Ford andFordson Dealer
    4 reduction of waste before there Is a than anything { .
    :! Grippe quicker 'f
    f' true economy. Withal there has to we Know, preventing pneumoniaAdv. STARKE FLORIDA ;

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    j.., i I )part of tho week visiting his brother,, PJtORKAM; BRADFORD COUNTY attend this mt'clinll"II, B. WIGrI-: till Uot
    I Eli Prescott, of Earleton. TEACHERS ASSOCIATION l( SIR

    : !I Alonzo Goodge, of Sampson, was I Superintendent.- It is ,
    wo o
    I la business visitor here Tuesday. Following la given the program of CHURCHYou m, tai
    KINGSLEY trip to W.
    I; County News( itemstatcr l I I Misses Avy Starling,, of Zitt, and/ the teachers association, which will BENEFIT is there he hOlt"C"&SJ" >
    Ora Hargraves, of Avon Park, spent be held in Hampton Jan. 14th, at 10:30a. ,nslgnitj!,
    attend his ,
    Invite! to CongresNo IIy
    Wednesday afternoon with Francis in. are cordially 18,
    : = Murrhee. What Can We Do to Improve tho ?1 hnx s..nper. at the home uf Mr. and i

    :.' i ; .tln, Facts Gathered During the Week br Our Joe McKinney is visiting his aunt, Rural Schools-A. B. Shaw, Miss Mrs D .Boree, Friday night January I news n surf ,, r ti
    but
    Lake not
    u .' \-' Regular Correspondent benefit of the KmifK'V whe 4' tectetl ,
    ; Mrs. Edmondson, of Sampson, this Carolyn Wills. 0. for the 'trek f
    ," to arrive. ,
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    I" week. Association as church. I
    .. The Parent-Teacher
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    [ : '" )CI: rsr.r.' --" ,.-- --' I Carl Atkinson, brother and sister, a Community Asset-Miss Olive Ra)'. The person !burring the box l that I __ _._
    t \' WATERMILL through here Thursday with a partyof of Brooker, were visitors here Mon How to Secure Financial Support brings the largest amount will be There Is, a .distinct, I
    rwi"
    f,.:.{ \ : ,. friends, enroute to Green Cove day.Mrs. When Public Funds Are Lacking-J. given a fine turkey liolhler. I 111t'1l t of darf" inh.a washing!
    : j" I the box conference !
    '. Watermill, Jan 0.-R. R. Prevatt, Springs. Alfred McKinney spent Mon I. Ogden The young lady! who trw favnition' '>t inflame,
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    ''t/ "" \ \;: /, of Starke, was here one day last week. Mesdaincs J. M. Fralick and Purvis day and Tuesday with relatives at Spelling in the Primary Grades- I i that brings the largest amount will Some of opn-lntgumhod. visits,

    ii'f.; ):,, \ Hubert Rouse who has been, in thoi.y. Mott were shopping Lake City last Sampson.Mr. Miss Eunice Hazen, Cecil Hall I bo given an $8: Bold ring. may home Lek Ilh 11M. tad for!:
    : ., ; military service in Virginia, spent the I Friday. and Mrs. Sinney Thomas were Spelling in Intermediate and Gram- G. M. Inman will be the auctioneer to go ,

    t 1f7'; tl; holidays here with relatives. Leonard Colson] Cameron Fralick business visitors to Hampton Wed- mar Grades-Miss Vera Long. I of the boxes. ... -

    , ': :" C J. C. Cone and son, Clyde, of Brook and Elmer Fralick, accompanied by nesday. How to Interest the Uninterested -good things I Every tiA nt/I t/l lay up sum

    'N '. er, passed through here Wednesday' the Misses Blair and Rivy Fralick, Among those enjoying the social at Pupil-W, O. Duval, Mrs. Pearl Jones Be thankful for thu you thing for i 'i''khirlay a pl'1)rnatu
    : New River. the homo of Mr. and Mrs. the past rear You are ruin comes i"nd
    enroute to I Ir spent last Wednesday evening at the Chesley How to Get the Best Results in have enjoyed I o wrmhee it n

    , ,' \, Miss Clarissa Carter, of surprise party honoring Miss Anna Fogg Wednesday night were Mrs. English from tho Eighth GradeTruby fortunate that others did, not Kit them away. ThIL' US1'SR "f mtmual'
    :-i'it ) spent part of the week with her Starke/ Belle Peeples, of Miller. Equilla Dixon, Misses Mattie and ; Pinholster.The starting all r im poswgsm mtPKnntH

    ;;;,fry, ",' er, Mrs Viola Thomas. / Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith, of Wiers- Minnie Ogden, Lois Moody, Leta and Professional Trained Teacher Hit the pace in January Keep it its, though, u- !good m,,
    't" ,! dale have been relatives i Linnie Fogg, Viola Starling, Edith Yon will iro far from contra ''It > ,,
    ;tr;.::,; Mr. and Mrs. A H Warren, holiday guests of vs. the Merely Certificated Teacher- i up until December se M] "ni' hahi
    "' \ ford, are here' on two weeks visit with Mr. Smith expects to return Brown, Messrs. Jesse and Marvin Ogden Benj. B. Lane.Literature land: accomplish much and make 1922a of the idle

    1': ; L. L. Johns, of New River, was here a longer visit. and LeRoy Wasdin, Truby Dyal, Roy Grades-Miss Jeannette Matthews.No I The attor I{. 'Ul"i "nu, ."mnir,
    , < Roberts, Hubert Brown and John Dix If have t time to waste confine it i for the pro r', am '
    It Wednesday.Sollie Charlie Clyatt, Jr, spent the ]latter teacher is expected to remain you I' JIlfferl'hllrmless
    -. \,:, Carter, who in engaged in part of last week with his mother in on, of Blackshear, Ga. away without cause. toonr own Other }people often have I Isomething f !plea ml emits

    //" f work at Okeechobee, In here visiting Jacksonville, who recently had the Miss Ada Thomas is visiting relatives The public Is cordially invited to ,Iwltir tn , 'ini'tit.

    +5!!\\/I '" his mother, Mrs. Viola Thomas. misfortune of breaking both arms. I in Hampton this week. ----- .. -=_ I
    }' \, \'? Miss Lottie Jordan, of Trenton, Melvin Weeks, of Lulu, was a visitor -, Ira McKinney, of Sampson, was a = -

    !J,, '" spent part of the holidays here with here Saturday to attend the installation business visiotr here Monday' MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
    ,)l''," ; relatives. of Masonic officers. The Woodmen Circle] met here Fri .
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    ;"n,\, Mrs. D. Thomas and daughter, Anna Mrs. Grover Clyatt visited! relatives] day.Mrs.
    l t Belle, spent Wednesday( in Brooke near Riverside Saturday.J. Jesse Maines, of Waldo, was a taken pleasure In announcing that wt'' .' I 1 va s 'Ic'.1;,'u as one of the d listnAI m this

    e.., ,,' visiting her mother, Mrs. Tiercy M. FralicK and sons, uewey and visitor here Friday afternoon. State, of \'Vm-O-Gi: Genuine Vc,'as(i Vuanis.'i.a i! ; :,kts! !,
    r 4. Edgar :Sparks!! and sister, Grace of:
    Roberts Cameron, returned Monday to Fort It is nit our custom to recommend\ n"t.r, n":l lets ill"(ni Ho) Morvtlimn{ t hill uilvcrtiN I 1 lnU. you
    ; ,,." Mr. and Mrs J. GOIKK, and son, White, after a week's visit with home- Mounteocha, and Mrs Andrew Sparks they 0.1'0v:>:'the "nd reliable It n hat t ," ''n'" t.ifjiiiintoc.i tn. I II,/li''M', well return your money >,I iritument\
    ' ..r of Louise, were visitors here' Friday, unload doui li- ur .:,wu.aadeiuecrity .
    , Eugene, spent a few days of last week folks. prujuu \\'e oin ?i:' uncn!t ijii .
    Miss Marcia Turnc:: of Jlicanopy, 01' to eny! "your money butt: ,il I ,\1'11 n'at'
    f/\; : ; : near Starke. The following from here attendedto It" unless \\o mean it.AVe INSIST: ON .VI.t!' .0-CEo| SST
    : q l., Frank Warren, tif Graham, wan business in Lake] City last week: Mrs. Autumn YoungblouU of Waldo,, .. S
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    ' I UiSTPOtirfrierid i" trunstotr'JIIIIH! ( ; Look for the White and Eluopnclltdbewtr, .
    ;4'4 here Monday transacting business. L. }'. Fralick, Grover Clyatt, Perry and Mrs. Hattie Pons, of Mounteocha, weoficrVlblOtit'i'nldrtsollanlnp: ) : ,, ,"\.1.1'' I. ofinferiorsubrtitutee.ndimitation,
    i(' ,: Miss Alva Thomas, of Heilbronn, Brown, J. F. Johnson, Walter fleeter attended the Woodmen Circle meeting guarantee: ; for the fir' "b reasons: '

    r' '. was here last week visiting her parents Drew Summers, J. C. Ward and Friday. It is sciuutiQcally rulturci], Intjlily r"nilrnnl Youlhioal,
    J11'If. .' .. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. L. Summers. Mrs. Charley Padgett and childrenare yeast pro'iuct. It contains ALL TIIIU i ..f t i > r m u v,aj's lit uu' jy '
    .fi. J IJ. mines which science iletlurp uro now'+,m' I., I life, t'ful': You,,
    r\'i. .f, .' G. W. Hazen and son, Emery, passed : The annual election of the Masonic visiting relatives in Georgia this uu (:,,; [': W W Brown, of New River, was Dec. 27 with tho following elected, Messrs. Will Jones and Roy Roberts eneigy mill vitiility, It also ,contains inm" 'ind PlJ".1' vuini, }'iu. c

    :t;: V,..", a caller here Tuesday morning.. I and on Saturday, Dec, 31 their regular Mrs. Equilla Dixon and Miss Ethel tonic ThoremarkablesiicccBswliichVIM-O-fil, blood-euric ing properties( ; : if felloung:you are "a

    iL<,:1, S. V. Andreu and daughter, Mana, meeting ensued at which the Byrd spent Friday and Saturday with Is due elncliv to the 1 piosnu-o of the thru' vduriav9" sating and
    ;" 5'' > of Brooker, passed through here Mon- j newly elected were installed: friends at Micanopy.Lee B k'r'8 joitut, widely used for siniilur purp < ',, <''n- ho." "!111,1)-
    ", t', '' f '.:, day. W. O. Brooks, W. M. Byrd spent part of tho week tains but olio; Some food pioducts conl.nii !Urn alru';, 1 lint is the /

    ,',.:,, ', Frank Andreu, of New River, was Melvin A. Weeks, S. W. f visiting his brother, Perry, at Titus- fresh and uncooked secret]a ti 1 !I 1
    > The gt etuirnntoo is this: Come in and'1 LI..I i i i 'bottle ;';|:hialthy. y
    : ; in this section Wednesday.Mrs. J. M. L. Anderson J. W. Ville. u uM4,
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    " of VMOhN tni>1 lHfland 1 tnkn drrl, ,I If t.t\u oI.v': r i"" rs
    t'i. C. M. Lewis is visiting her Henry Summers, Treasurer. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a are not duligliteil with the result; n \ i \1.( 1.1 01'| """ :i/- i

    '\ ., '!. daughter, Mrs. Alberta Stokes, of John W. Oateen, Secretary.L. business caller here Fridiy. ,/ '.,.. f.l'

    ., New River, this week. F. Fralick, S. D. We are sorry to report, Mrs. Alfred y : :" ; ':;,;:" lt 1jr" ,' ;
    , J. H. Brown was a visitor to the II. n. Brown, J. D. McKinney and grandson, Joe, and f ; .J
    home of D. J. 0 Green Friday afler- J. E. Gay, S. S, Ed Parrish all on the sick list this Y r. J' :I.rpd. f n,. ? ..," Tr

    '. noon. W. J. Markham, J S. week. &r&J.. 'JPJ

    , ''I Alva] Thomas spent! Thursday with W. U. Hammons, Marshal. Chesley Fogg is moving his familyto : ,:,? > j'' iII,,. ,,::1oJr f",1 11 to glj You litroralle

    Mrs. Ida Goodge. L. ..'. Gay, Chaplain.J. Alachua this week, so the childrencan 1.: &IMbi' 8&L.tt&Commercial( i ,"" ,.;, "" ,
    C. M. Andreu, of Bradford, was in J. Nettles, Tyler.] have the advantage of a five ; : _".!..\t =. "
    thin section Thursday Misses Mabel and Nita Blair
    ,.' returned months school there. His si.ter"Miss =
    u ,' Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Brown were in to Miller Monday to resume Gracie, is principal of the school there -:

    ,, Brooker shopping Friday. their work in the school. Their friends regret to lose them but -
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    .': ." ,.-" H. Stokes, of New River, was here Monday being a legal holiday made wish them all success in their new ,, I

    :,' ,':r, on business Friday. many silently thank our mail carrier home. I', Ii

    B. Sapp, of Brooker, passed thru I for his untiring efforts in .so courteously Truby Dyal spent Friday in Alachua ] i
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    ., '' .'', here Wednesday.Little I delivering our mail and an- on business.
    , ; Merrill Thomas was numbered 'other appreciation for the executive Mrs. Mabel Price qnd Robert returned
    <, ;, on the sick list last week who, years ago, made it possible] fur to their home at Kingsland,

    Rev. Markey was transacting business !- villages and districts far from the Ga., Thursday They were accompanied -

    ;., in Brooker Thursd:ly.Dojjan railroad to receive mail daily. by her sister, Mrs Rufus Jones i
    ; > Nabb, of Sampson, was In Perry Brown, of Columbia City, has and children.
    ,.1): :. our section Thursday on business. purchased II farm near here and with Lee Byrd spent Friday with relatives -
    ":f'",: J. H. Brown attended church at De- his family will reside there. at Worthington Springs. .

    \ dan Saturday. Rev. E. C. J. Dickens" visited with Clyde Edmondson, of Sampson, wasa Job PrintingCARDS
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    ,.l ,:i" .' ., W. Tyler was a visitor to Clayno] I friends a short while last Saturday I business visitor here Wednesdayand .
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    :: ; Saturday. while enroute to his home in Lake Thjrsday.
    ,T :t," Mrs. W. R.
    '' ; Hodges and children, City Carroll Atkinson, of Brooker, was a
    ;, 'i ';. : and Mrs. V. Thomas and children at- B. E. Brown, of Miller, was a visitor visitor here Saturday afternoon.

    t"' !", tended services at Dedan Saturday. here Saturday. !Mrs. Crosby, of Starke, is visiting
    1 .1)W.. R. Hodges was transacting bus- Dewey Fralick and Drew Summerswere her brother, Fate Prevatt, this week.

    ,I'l',1 ,. iness in Worthington Saturday morn- pleasure visitors to Lake City Mrs. Charley McKinney and children ,

    ing.Mr. Saturday night.Cameron of New River, spent Thursday .
    and Mrs. Jack Goodgo and son, Fralick motored to Lake night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred -.
    Eugene, spept Friday near Starke Butler Sunday. McKinney.
    " ., visiting the former's parents Mr. and .
    / Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmondson,
    :a; \ Mrs. Jasper Brown. GRAHAM: of Sampson, were vistora here Saturday .
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    A. H. Warren and wife attended POSTERS

    : church at Dedan Saturday. Graham, Jan. 6.-Messrs. I. L. Og- Jesse Ogden made .a business trip

    (" A dance was given: at the home of den and son, Jesse, were business visitors to Sampson Friday evening. ENVELOPES
    Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodge Thursday to the county seat Monday.
    Mrs.
    Parrish and son, Blox, of
    night: and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. N. Wynn and children Sampson, were visiting her son. Ed BILL HEADS !
    t Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Prevatt, of, and Mrs. Carl McKinney spent who is on the sick list, Saturday af- t\\
    1 Il, Starke, were guests of his aistrr?Mra., Monday and Tuesday at the home of ternoon. NOTE HEADS 'j

    V. Thomas, Sunday.O. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J, McKinney at Irving Dyal was a business visitorto '

    , W. Thomas attended. church at Sampson. Hampton Saturday afternoon. WINDOW CARDS !t'
    e Naw Hope Sunday. Misses Mattie and Minnie Ogden Mr. and Mrs. Eston Brown and chil- e

    I'', Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown entered were visitors to Sampson Monday at. dren spent Sunday with relatives at SHIPPING TAGS "
    oI the school! at Brooker Monday ternoqrf.MTia Sampson.

    a morning Eflie Edmondson, of Sampson, Clyde Edmondson, of Sampson, wasa LETTER HEADS
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    4 Sollie Carter and Evan Hodge' at- was a vistor here Monday. visitor here Sunday morning.

    ' \ tended, church at Dedan Saturday eve Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ogden entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, of

    t ',' ning. our young folks Monday night with Sampson, were visitors! here Thurs.
    L' t The farmers of our section have had a social.] Those present were Messrs. ,

    remarkably good yield of crops and Will Jones, Roy Roberts, Robbie, Al- day.Mr.. and Mrs. John McKinney spent ,
    J '* they are beginning to vin, Math and LeRoy Wasdin :
    H plow and break Truby the wek-end with her parents, Mr. and
    1 soil for their crops for this year. Cabbage and Irving Dyal, K. B. Murrhee, Jesse Mrs. Lee Youngblood: ] of Cooter Pond,

    cucumbers and potatoes, watermelons and Marvin Ogden, John Dixon, of Rev. Col Crosby, of Shake Ray, will
    ] and other truck will bo Blackshear, Ga., Misses Ethel Byrd, preach at the Baptist ,church Satur-
    the crops for the coming season. Rcna Thomas Letta and Linnie Fogg, day and Sunday.

    . "'t Will Andreu, of New River, passer Gladys Strickland, Ruby Dyal, Mattie Mrs. Elva Lee Abernathy spent the Bradford
    /I.; through here Monday morning. and Minnie Ogden, Frances Murrhee, week with relatives at Lake Butler.
    I "."..,' Equllla Dixon, Effle1 Edmondson of t ,
    I Messrs. Lacy Prevatt and Jim Gat.Hn .
    F1V: :.' PROVIDENCE' Sampson, Mrs. Mabel Price, of Kings of Ziff were here Saturday shop- "
    : land, Ga, Bessie
    Abernathy and Neta
    \: ; Providence, Jan. 6.-Mrs. Purvis Starling. ping.Mr. ; '
    t and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney, of ; "
    \,, Mott and little daughter Mildred, returned Mrs. Ed Parrish and sister, Miss Sampson spent Sunday with relatives : Caunty
    r't :: to her home in Palatka Sun. Viola Starling, were visitors to Sampson here.
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    "i day. Tuesday.
    Joe Durchel was a visitor to Waldo] .
    Grover Clyatt and Perry Brown A crowd of boys attended) the party Sunday afternoon.

    were visitors to Lake City last Fri- at Cooter Pond Monday night. O. W. Dyal caught a hawk in a

    r day. Messrs. Frank Jones and Sol Thomas steel trap Saturday that measured 52 TelegraphSTARKE.
    After a pleasant] visit with home- of Sampson, were business visitors inches from tip to tip of wings.
    folks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred King and here Tuesday and Wednesday. The citizens of our community came
    children returned to their home In E. J. Murrhee
    made a business trip together Friday and had a road working ,
    Wildwood Saturday. to Sampson FLORIDA
    Tuesday. which was much needed, and the
    4 J. M. L. Anderson, of Lulu, wallhere Orie Harper, of Sampson, was a visItor women ,furnished dinner on the
    to attend the Masonic meeting here Wednesday.Mrs. ground. All appeared to enjoy them-

    yr .Saturday. Elli Hargraves and children, selves and think we need to meet of.
    Will Scruggs, of Greenville, pained\ Ruby and Lloyd, of Avon Park, spent tenet and have good roads.
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