Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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Subscription-Per Year. 52.00; Six Months.:' $1.O.-I Payable In Advance E. R. Matthew*' Editor and Proprietor. lit

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!Season' Earlier Than Any in History

of Starke I The many friends and relatives! of

re's? Usto Passengers of the trains passing BOARD MEETING learn!Mrs. Jessie of her S.death Knight which were occurred grieved at to Captures 0\\

through Starke have no doubt that St. LUcl! 'S hospital Jan. 1, 1922.

they have reached the sunny South Mrs. Knight was burn and rearedin

for boys are eagerly vending luscious This board met in regular session will deliver said interest bearing time Bradford county being tho daughter -

Jpear strawberries of great size. The mild Jan. 3rd 1. with all members present, warrants or bonds to the board of ot L. W. Vurnes. In ISM!) she, with BigJStfflBradford

winter and the preponderance of the viz: L. W. Kickliter A. A. llnzen andE. public instruction for tho county of I I her father! moved to I.llke'III..s and

lied to : Missionary variety of berries make T. Campbell. Bradford state of Florida, It'suil! April 7, 1920 she was married to II. : :
OI1i-d; ;
lii t" ')If nse9 Dig.pIening this the earliest strawberry season Minutes of last meeting read and board so elects and the board of pub I J. Knight, of Inke Wales. To this tin Elaborate !

zbIe EmpireVednesIa Starke baa ever experienced.Last approved.! lic instruction for tho county of Un- union was born n' HOP, who with hn Outfit in Wolf Ray _

: week many crates of berries The bonrd changed the designation ion, state of Florida, rather deliver father survive her, together with n -

[found' in th; [" litter was were shipped by open express but Sat of depositories HO as to leave the Bankof the said warrants or bond.s than to father, two sisters, four brothers and Friday of last week Sheriff Epperson :, .

that i po't..m"e urday the first refrigerator shipment Starke $2,000 of Stnrke bond fund pay cash for the amount BO assumed 'other relatives und fiicmK and Deputy 1InisI<'n hied themselves \

rawer contain, -d.ipc( inn<'O'enly was made, C. S. Purling sending! two and balnnco of same to be transferredto herein. For several! months past her health to Wolf buy, about four mile '. j

,it someuno refrigerators to far off Chicago. This I had southeast, of Starke, to look up a still j
wanted to b I Bradford County Bank and the lat- 5. The board of public iiiHtructiun been failing anti nt last.. she wtiscarried '
'''lish.! Upon week the shipments have been heavier the thnt they sii pvcted was 1 oca tod thcro. .
to that
It I ter hank to receive all deposits of for the county of Union state of Florida hospital, hoping
opening -
It To look for anything In Wolf buy, IKas 1
(Oflti.ed the treatment would\ elTvct hut
1 missive ', still.Cold said fund from now on. agree to puy tho internet on I the a euro
a ,1 blood and futilo us trying to find! u needle in I
line weather may come give a said sum of $3.551.05; during the to no avail. I
| emblemf this board is without
the Inasmuch
mid cnv'inch set back to the berries yet our shippers as time [intervening between the date of I The bodv was laid to rest at New a haystack jis the Bwamp ia very big ''
and und that it will
bones a funds for this payroll
and nearly Hut the officers
two sinister ate hopeful and are making preparations this!' Agreement and the issuance and Hopo cemetery Jan. ::1!, 1922, >
eyes (gI) work. take the Hum of $((100 to defray the mentioned ran smell out still .'. I g
J ihroe I K'In\ :for quick and heavy sale of said interest bearing time the grave of her mother [Older bISi'I"\\ a ,
bold strokes expenses for this month, be it resolved from afar, anal not ,
'h were dmnuiyod.
fcnr Refrigerator boxes are being rapidly warrants or bonds quarterly and hereby I conducted) the funeral services < ; I
that this board authorize its chairman
The letter I of sundry, overhauled and many have already and to borrow and give becomes responsible to tho ciedi !tI'Uutiflllllntl !mpren.si\e manner. Tim Wolf bay IM a Hint of water clear -e". J

crimes of on .1 t" immissinn in I I been placed on the express platform. our note therefor secretary for the sum of $600, tors of the board of public instruction I 'Horn I utTerings were profuse' and ing house. Brooks from C'lay county j

shaping the *; )h. policy, but for the county of Bradford, state of i beautiful. coins together there, and nfter
the for current
no specific (. I I I BIG IIOU BUTCHERED amount necessary ope in); out und forming a swamp "
_BoO '-'.... I' urged., Wewere ration. p Florida for said sum of money but no sIITt.ud'j'j
.itvt ---- ling ft hand with outspread
p. 1\1.\ Inasmuch thero be certain
i\s may 1 :
Februarut tho water ia d.Hchurged:
to nrnmir bringing weather ,
Thursday '
appear 1 interest coupons to coma in during the 0. It is agreed by the board ot
"c are i "rilc suitable for ho< N. B. Hull went by two brooks, now canala The /
"n a ; killing I month and this board having no funds public! instruction for Bradford countl I At their meeting hint Tuesday night ,

sticky I 11 1 will take decided to butcher a large hog tint in the depository to redeem said cou- Stale of Florida, that it will be responsible I the local order of fill Fallows held I ollleprt reasoned (hut, n.s the moon- I:

nlace a 'II-ino. The was so fat till it barely could walk. I' their annual inntallutlmi of olUcern shiners' had to have water fur their !
I pons, be it resolved that thu chairmanand for, and save the board of < .f
letter \ White ( Dave Kite engaged to do tha! the still and cooling: trough, and it had |
app, was secretary of this board are hereby public instruction fpr Union county I following being t the officers for I the -
"IIIt'1' I r work." Mr. Kite built low platformwith I not rained miUU iently to find a supply "t j
IIIper181 a 1)22!
I directed to give our note thereforfor state of Florida, whole, and pay to year : .
Gi? "ri ', sloping approach anil near it E. in tho swamp, the location must be ,1 j
Ine a such coupons as may come In. the said board 1 of public/ instruction W. Hayes, N. any .
, The'on... 'III. ,I'e hllw h.LtI placed n huge pot full of water and The board then recessed to meet for the county of Union state of FlorIda A. E. Wall V. G. found entered where u branch of perennial {

with u tic far, i je lI
i it for p: "tin' Iippint ," 'n- (his finger) found the water Board met Tuesday morning as per against the board of )public I* Wnll Secretnrv. They found suchI nraiuli und followed ',',i

) COp PR] "I I till 1"tIer' fjust about right," Mr. Hull had a agreement of yesterday having with instruction for the county of Bradford !- L. 'V. Kickliter Chaplain. it into the swamp.' Anti then *. |

hints Rt W( 'I "n I1'ht to do scale: brought near the platform then { tht'1Ithe school board of Union county state of Florid.i, greater than D. U Klgbv, Warden! wen three barrels of Rood and sum1- .. ::

with and ti-f \ ," 01 to Tampa the unsuspecting hog was deluded bv: for the purpose ot agreeing upon the sum herein "assumed which the I T. M. Williams, R. R. N. n.! lent' "buck," iilxo a Htill. The stilt :

1I'I'W days ,j -o I.. (t' set, a iit means of corn dropped, to walk up I an equitable portion of the outstanding board of public instruction for the J. Mnrgnn, I.. :S. N. O, was stoutly innilo of coppor, (wbi 'iil, II

will" take a 1:1 ',t I ,,',,'rll'' d 1 1l ,'st. to the scale and was assisted in entering indebtedness of Bradford county county ft Union, state of Florida (Is O. A. Anderxon, It. S. V. n. in shiipe; this condensing ptW| was oTBO '

l.. reach tha"lf ...,'r from Starke it by four men who pulled the I that the new county of Union should rmnpelU to pay, exilushe of '1 1.2 \"'. O. Slnngfellow, L. S. V. n.! of copper. To keep) nmcike' from betraying :'

Chief Kite }In ears two pushing: behind and one | F. F. I Iht'l\I. lie chemlstd used oil '
put u' in take and after considerable discussion I per cent of a rcsonablo attorney's feo Sttimn Inaidu (uirdinn. an (,};

IIn empty Fe ( ', p.nr.-i-'lit' twisting the tail. The Kl'lIle'then the fallowing agreement was enteredinto und cost of court recovered in nny I j :;;111Kit'" (., Outside Guardian. stove under the still. Everything was .," .'1;
110 far flS PIn '. : groaned under the weight of 673 clean and tho bar- "
: ; suit brought prior to payment of said I R. 'V. Seckinger; district deputy of kept scrupulously ,

the tlmrl< 'ni- Wt' will ('on"ider ; pounds. The hog was then navigated Whereas, Under and by virtue of $30,051.05: and the interest thereon to I iainesville, acted ns inttallinir oflloer. relit were can'fully covered up. A )pair "

every I' ,' ,,ln h.. mille i to the apron of the platform shot in Chapter 8510 Laws of 1021 : recover said outstanding\ indebtedness! Jud/re/ > A. V. Long', of I'nlutkii, also of Hpei-tnclcs lying on a cypress! ,

lI\'ainRt! U8. ,IVU', ..... We the head with a horse pistol and Mr. Bradford, county, was divided Florida and Un-, : incurred prior to Oct. 1, 1921.I attended. knee, nnd ill a hollow stump wait .. :".
Kite stack a sharp knife nine inches f on nil! II of I ho TnlegrHph, tho .
lire busily eh: I 11: 'hpn! nq fast ion county was created therefrom and j 7. It is agreed thnt, tile personaland I The lodge: is progressing finely nnd I copy

liS we con th hon' T.on\r t'xutr.knce into't.he throat of the hog. Whereas, Section 10 of Chapter I movable property that tho board arc looking fotwnrd to n prosperous the address printed In tin? norHitfust: ','.-
The then rolled onto I
, has m' I ..01" l lit dl.r"n'e, carcase was 8516 Laws of Florida 1021, require of >public instruction for the countyof year. corner hud brcu: torn oft, according tCJ :

lint! most of I'1 .1,,' 11/1rk,1, "I I" the platform and all hands were busy the board of public instruction Un- : Bradford, state of Florida, had on I ......- tilt "wifely first" principle. .
( : covering it with sacks, upon which hot PERSONAL The officer. !
hunted for thu
easy) Bt h nt' offense we I ion nt hand that I aliinern .
county OB cirly date as may be or was owing to Hind boardon '
water With much work
have comml' I '11" which may was poured. possible to hold! n conference with the : the 1st day of October, 11)21 shall fur it while, but (finding no signs of ."

l'IIUS", 118 trl !, t Indeed, nur a good. job After of scalding the was accomplished. -I Bonrd of Public Instruction of Bradford be anti I Is divided by the board of public I At the beginning of this new yenrla t them, returned to tho still, avhich.tlitoybriigIit
"r"nd carcass was cut the time for town havo HIli rIThl'
I more "a- : our to aj to mash was
1 1 puhHC up tho meat wn-4 found to be nearlyall i county and agree/ with such board instruction for the county of 1Irl.dfl'd j I general "clean-up. emptied tutu I ho )barrel. )broken up, t
upon n plan for tho assumption by state of Florida, retaining -
fat and Mr. Hull intends to I11DI,,' possession ,' ,I
For lit ,'rI the ( Is there something about your premises much t.) the delight! of a drove nf ruzoi :
Union and tillf of nil
of its share ofthe IInrlIII
county prorata
i it into lard and sausage. The weightof personal I that could! bt .. that 'backs. '
Avoided I
: to place : | you : il
indebtedness of the board of PUblic propei eLy iii'longiug( i to (llio siiidboard
r"rtlln: thl' fr"ntJlag hog wised( was 603 pounds. :; would rt<'t admir on ntoring another Sheriff Epperson;; and Deputy' Hals- '.
instruction of located ,
Bradford in Bradford and
county, county
The animal was of pedigreed Farnsworth ; own ? Tear it hut in doing I den have homo I
( is pd- and also the board away, so brought so \Il1nyIIlon\
upon an equitable division of of public j instruction for thecounty
breed and was thought capable h,. e ireful do not violate Sec. shine fthlls Unit :
I'ntl for
ha you they are pressed
t t.r ; a r
the funds and of Union
surplus state of }
property Florida .
of about400
right : tht' JllI'ler adding pounds to its I 102 of the town ordinances, This section room to store them. Their latest trophies
that said board may have on taking possession of and the title to '
had it been
allowed live
IIR he III weight, to prevents filth rubbish or other have been placed in tho jail corrldor. ,;
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paper longer. hand or that may be owing to said all personal property of the board of I *'"
matter or things injurious' M health ,
( Yet, perhnp5 board on the first day of October 'pi'blic instruction for the county cfi ,.

judges---d! we ,'anphad ATTIo"lTIOf.'ETElU: S 1921, andWhereas i Bradford, stat. of Morida, located and being placed In any street, alley va- --
fault I rant lots, or upon your own premises, CARD OF THANKS
Members of J. J. Dickison Camp The said board of public situated in Union county.
or premises of another within the
with ,
t no patron 1617, U. C. V., will meet In regular instruction of Union county and tha 8. That this agreement appears on town limits. Wo desire to express our sincere

sense and session at the courthouse In Starke, I board of public instruction of Brad two kinds of paper and In two kindsof ,
thanks all who
oITered mdicated. L. A. DAVIS, JR., no kindly '
iton ford hove this the type, which was necessitated by n
Thursday January 19, 1022 at 10 a. county on day Mayor. us in the death and burial of our

m. A full attendance is requested. ''of January 1922 reached an agreement change in the original agreement and daughter und !sister Jessie S. Knight
We : fear and W. T. an equitable division of the first sheet of tho first agreementwas
WEEKS upon
V if the"Sticky Mrs. W. J. Grant who has spent anti especially tho good people of
I Captain Commander. said property and surplus fund and attached hereto in order to save
thru several weeks past' with her father, Itrooker, who met us with love and ,A
t will, the assumption of said indebtednessas time, and the same was signed in that '
Dr. J. O. bus returned to her sympathy. !
natural way to Ing its! press! Bupper on the day and required by Section 19! of Chapter condition and as changed.In Haynes, ;
hour home in Jacksonville. I,. \V. Varnee nnd Family.
where barFORCD mentioned.for .
is 8516 Laws of Florida, 1921, and witness whereof, tho board of

-- Whereas It Is considered desirable public'instruction for thu county of -

to put such agreement in writing. i I Bradford, state of Florida; and the NEGRO AUTOMOBILE THIEF

TAXI DRIVERSTO Therefore, for and in considerationof board of public instruction for the

I the above preamble and of the mu- county of Union state of Florida! ,

AID IN THEIR ESCAPE tual covenants herein contained it Is have each caused this agreement to ARRESTED AT HAMPTON .

agreed by and between the board of be signed in duplicate by tho chair. I ih\\

public instruction for the county of man and attested by tho secretary of
N Union state of Florida and the boardof said boards respectively and the sealsof i quick Work of ilradfiird Men Kecovcr I George Ilecker said the car-a new \::1I \
: |V.> Ne York him, and if he "had to go" he did! '
PIrltJ'Jrd 'r I' public Instruction for the county ofBradl'ord the respective boards to be affixed Valuable Property I $3,000 DfdlCo-b..lon to J. A. Hamilton ,I
Delr'IJ "l I 'i.itaway not care who went with him. Buddy of Gainesville that he '.!
''I state of Florida: thereto this the 3rd day of January, I was IJ
I ,1',
to the said he
according driver wanted
Hamilton's chauffeur and
1. That there are no surplus fundsto 1922. I was taking
Trenton r-. I r roo.1 iurrounilcJij to get to Canada.. Tuesday at 2 p. m, as! Marshal Kite $
; i lie divided. trio car anti its contents to him. Mr. ,
The resolution made
iiffht by l' I l Penn ..y-! ,;."After passing Trenton Adubato ran -'; I following wan was walking south on Cherry street, Kite was phoned about the arrest and ;
J. That there ai outstanding indebtedness to validate the above agreement:
''allsintrton, is he heard mighty roar behind him. /
ama r out of The him
tate compelled asked to for the
gas. negro: come prisoner
Whereas Pursuant to Section 19 of
against the board of public ,
and! i at
automobile coming
i.. n few ij f i' city, >! toward He saw a big .
'- to; stop a car going Lang- Mr. Kite asked Sheriff Epperson to.
8": 10 Laws of the
instruction for the county of Bradford Chapter Florida
and motioned *
ith New, Y., "t '"n> police "nUatd borne I'a., telling Adubato to ask for ( I prodigous speed quickly I KO with him for the negro, and he .
board of instruction for the
state of Florida, in the sum of $80- public but the shot
the driver to
neo stop, car
I Luth lied f' young gas, and saying if he mado'a false of and and the:! car were brought to Starke.
state of Florida
113.1": and that the pro rata share of county Union Mr.
him like at
killed two> by a flash a speed
hoigal ed move it would be his last. Instead of Communication wan then made with
the board of instruction for the
the said indebtedness which should be public be at the rate of
night Kite estimated to
I'W York d| (.' n" fidny asking for gas, however, Adubato assumed by tho boar I of public instruction county of Bradford, State of Florida hour. The driver the Jacksonville police full description -
H moment,f ', e COd to be cap- jumped on the running board of the 90 miles an was a / of the prisoner, car and contents
for the county of Union, met on the 3rd day of January, 1922, and the marshal suspected the
1 Hen "If'' td| '0 be cornern o'ther car and exclaimed: negro, given. It was ascertained that tha
a- dash state of Florida is $ > ,05. and agreed upon a plan for the as- car was stolen. But how to catch the
II small! owing a "For God's sake, step on the gas. 3. That the board of public Instruc- sumption by the board of public instruction car was stolon from M. IL Morrison, rI
Iy thief
ij, 'odaV -at from JerseytK "fL I've got a murderer in my car and he tion for the county of Union state of for the county of 'Union a lawyer of that city, and the description '

with a the head wants to get both of us." Florida, hereby assumes the sum of ,)state of Florida, of its prom hare The officer quickly phoned] A. A. I of the negro answered that of a '

taxi drivjntt ,.\\Vlthout more urging the other 35551.05: and the Interest thereon I, of t"j indebtedness" of the I I of Durden, at Hampton, to Intercept and man who was vnntcd for killing" n
the driver If ha -
arrest possible, as
chief of police In South Carolina
''HMy men s drfw. j-ump4 hid car ahead followed since Oct. 1, 1921 as Its prorata shareof public instruction for the co y of n ;
[hat Lithe New York. revolver I I of } and supposed he intended to fas Hampton. town, and for the arrest of whom alarge .
the vlhe HudVewark ,by a bullet from Coddy's the indebtedness due and owing by I I Bradford state Florida uponan Luckily Mr. Durden received the "
l I'ollnd' m to' the w hich smashed a headlight. Heedless the board of public instruction for the ,, equitable division of the personaland reward was offered. The car "' I
and lost time In
late at.once no '
message contained costly traveling bag full .
t, of the lowered gates at a railroad county of Bradford state of Florida. movable property belonging to
Adam getting help and run east on the main .
of clothes and other valuable
'alted some
"icht crossing the strange driver dashed on 4. That the board cf public instruction the board of public instruction for
\\ N'cwark, 'I> street of the town, where the road Mr.: Kite then turned his .i
eta and smashed both gates at the other for the county of Union the county of Bradford, state of Florida man over ,

him a, t I Ic'arcd !Tiere Bodilv side, just as an express train whizzed tate of Florida will within two years or owing to it on Oct. 1, 1021. and leading south crosses it. The party to Sheriff Epperson, who placed him
; himself did not have to wait long before a '
in the until the arrival of
ed Adubato of this the terms of such agreement in county jail 1
tjafter past. At Oxford Valley, from the date agreement, under put
cloud of dust was seen in the north
the mur- the Duval officer
.e tax telephoned the Trenton police, and a the existing law or laws which writing; therefore.
dr him then a roar was head, and] an auto. .
tened This was good quick police work
r,' I man hunt was organized to capturethe may hereinafter be enacted within Be It resolved by the board of public 'i
fng him >f mobile came toward them at great mid will not unrewarded. While
a fugitive. said time proceed to issue and to sell instruction for the county of Bradford go
reVol had. specs!. Mr. Durden had placed hU the of the will
he owner car pay no reward -
t time warrants orbJ'd state of Florida, in regular session -
11.1. according to the Newark interest bearing ,
; (JBoddy. the road where detour
I I story tiere car across no as he has it insured for $2,000,
!Jbnto besides wearing woman'sattire } bearing a rate of Interest not :
taxi driver, could be made, and it was almost run
a today the Insurance will. And if
I of woman's wig and the to exceed eight per cent, in series In I Section 1. That the facts set out in company
P0i road '" wore a over by the other car before they succeeded the negro proves to be the man want-
ie said and the preamble
veil amount sufficient satisfy the said agreement
with the an
that this
tOinpell/ fre- police believe I In having the driver tcp it and de for murder there will be fat
t .e e said, and that said a reward -
the thereof true
!lelphit covered lone scar on his indebtedness and Interest thereon I are agree-
odth I; till ref he.wore, a submit to arrest. from the state of South Carolina. .
:y tha. fac;. and enabled him to elude thaN since October 1, 1921, to the date of .
I' MN dc1arIntlnddi "' the sale of said bonds or warrants or I (Continued on Page 4)) The negro driver care hi. name a. : -
York police.
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OUR NEGLECTED SOLDIKKS Mien has allowed all other reduction ''\ SMALL: INVESTORSA DEPRESSION THE !MOTHER OF I Bon Kerce, of Clayno was in OUl!' !Messrs. LIIDeIU I le ,'Intl' Komi. I I
> motored! '" f >' of<
interstate rates on tho Ford rallron COOPERATION section Monday. :

i Before this year of grace 1022 is which he has made! on other commodities. western "investment" company Chester Andreu and Howard, Thomas Mrs. P. P. D.I',, r) 1116, Sund.ivluuis I

ended something approaching efficiency ." Ye gods, it duth amaze usl! Wh,.- recently went into the hands of a re Alabama is making creditable II were in this section Sunday afternoon. fit
\ and humanity, it is to be hoped, should the coal kings operating on ceiver. Investigation of its affairs strides in farm bureau work, or in Rev. Dock Crews filled his appointment I' Mr. Riihaut )f (; ,u I

, j will have been inaugurated In the side the Ford railroad cities, be TW" disclosed liabilities of over a million cooperative buying and selling by j at Sampson Saturday and :Sun acting busmenRev. !. ,n l'In "" 'i'ki I;

I matter of the government's treatment mil tod to come in under a protective dollars with assets of only twenty-odd farmers. These strides should be a day. S. S. I'rjet IeII' ,urd.IY

I J; I of disabled soldiers. The record to figure, while the manufacturers, miners dolars. It has paid moneys received stimulus to Florida farmers to get [ Rachel Tyson and daughter, Florence !.and Sunday ;lit IJe\ l'l

I I'' date is a shameful, exposure of callous and farmers of the Immediate, regions from investors over to another company into the farm bureau. of New River, were in this lIl'c-1 Mrs. Nunni! Doti\ "rner ;and i sun' ,

I indifference) gross Inefficiency desiring to sell their product in acting as "fiscal agent," and We have/ heard not a little of cooperation tion Monday. Claude, were !;U',8bUSI', < Marshall

i ';'I ,. and shameful ingratitude. Wo have the cities along the line are made to that company was also hopelessly in- through the farm bureau j Alphla Hodges and sister, :Minnie1, I Proctor Saturdu*.

: millions to send to Europe to save meet the prices of distance and greater solvent. The receiver was compelledto within the lust few years, but we I. were hero last week, Sidney Padgett mother and

[" starving Russians-and God knows freight: rate l'harlresTampa' report that there was absolutely no fear there has been less actual attainments I, C. A. Johns, of New River, was in Miss Georgia 1 Eroer{ 'notored to the

they need our charity!-but apparently Tribune. .. I prospect of recovering tho money of along this line than was our burg Wednesday.Mr. I State Farm Thursdu 'ternoon.

I ,' we have neither money, brains nor the investors. hoped by those interested. I and Mrs. Lloyd Clark arc the Mrs. R. E. Dell s, the week at

: .. good-will to cope with our own pressing IS GERMANY: HANKItUrr? But the report did 1 show that the There is a reason for this in Flor- j proud parents of a son, born January Newberry! with ell: I.
problem presented by the deplorable million dollars lost had from
come '' The infant of 1\11' jid Mrs. Pitt
Ida. What is that reason? Florida j Oth.
j condition of thousands of ill, thousands;, of small investors all '
: over Townsend, died
.. Germany has served notice on the farmers, although hard pressed by L. L. Renfroe, of New River, was lur and the in-
t. wounded and destitute veterans of tho-country. this
Inter-Allied Reparations Commissionthat Commenting on hard times, have not faced the de in this section last week. terment was at ek! ,Cemetery Friday -
I': the world war. If the same inefficiency phase of the report a financial jour- afternoon.
she will not be able to meet the pression that farmers of other Southern j W. T. Turner was attending: to business
t tv'r and indifference which has mar- nal remarks that "small investors
are Mr. and Mrs Brat
installments of the indemnities fall- last week. Brown
states have. It has often been >i in New River spent
I ked our treatment of our sick and generally the losers in cases of this the week-end at ,
of Live
ing due in January and February of said-and truthfully-that necessity Mr. and !Mrs R. J. Turner,
wounded soldiers had prevailed in kind because lured of
i this year and amounting to 1,500,000- by promise is the mother of invention. Similarly Oak, are moving back to this sectionto Dr. and Mrs. T. KlMaines; : spent
i the conduct of our part of the war we big returns on small amounts of money "
000 marks. By the press generally hard times is the one thing which will their farm. Friday in Jacks. vile] ,
would be Prussian subjects toiUiy- this
I journal
the announcement is regarded, as make people of common causes get Maxine Kelly, of New River, was in Miss Ada Reg t'r Friday for ,
and would l deserve to be. "Small investors seem never to be
( equivalent to a confession of bank together for united efforts. As an section Sunday afternoon. Drooksville whet she I' resume her ;
o : A gentleman having a distant relative satisfied:;, with returns sought by large our
ruptcy. And there is a sinister reminder example of this we cite the case of S. C. Crews was a business! visitorto school work I
'i', t: in one of the so-called government that when an individual debtor investors; they seek largest possible the the of Mrs. Annie n-l
Citrus Exchange, creation Starke Wednesday. I In. re, 'a ulu has accepted -
i hospitals where tubercular ser: confesses that he is unable to pay returns regardless of the safety of which was the outgrowth of the suffering O. Rivers was a business visitor the prim ry W', of the local ,
their investments
vice men are supposed to be cared, for his debts receivership for his a matter which too II ,
a property of Florida orange growers to Lake Butler Monday. school
do not take the trouble
found conditions there shocking many to in-
HO And business is in order. brought about by the unscrupulousness Rev G. W. S Wars .
B. Phillips Worthington -
E. -
vestigate. Another Dora Tyson and Mrs. I
that he had his relative removed, to a jpurnal, discussing
I The comparison be curled too of buyers. will preach t the tlst
may orange visitors in church: f
the matter of New River were
that he had his relative removed to says: "If small ,
far. In actual practice, it will proveas The director of agricultural exten- Sunday morning and ee ing '
',' aprivate hospital where the boy would investors cannot get something for our section Monday. I 'k
impossible to put a whole nation in sion in Alabama recently wrote: "The _
r get decent care at his expense. To nothing, they want to get the most Jesse Lee Dowling entertained, a
the hands of a receiver as to indict a business men of Montgomery have LODGE )lRE1' RY t
indebted for they can, whatever the risk. night
this friends Thursday
gentleman we are number of her
whole nation. There is such the
a thing provided $10,000 setting up :
details of tho treatment accorded While there is a measure of truthin crowd -
some and large was present.
.as forcing a receivership:; to wreck a I state office of the farm bureau and a F. A, I
I sick and destitute war veterans by these comments, they do not state Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers and fam- .
railway or other business. To France the whole plans are on foot for opening the of. Bradford Lodi} No. i. ))0'. & A. M.,
their generous and grateful govern- case. Small investors are ily have returned home, after spend
the between individual bank- fic There about
analogy January 1. are now meets every 2 I and '4th Monday
ment. In this so-called hospital the generally people whose desire to make ing several days in Jacksonville visiting -
ruptcy probably means the assertion! I thirty-six county farm bureaus in nights at 8 o'clo; V Ming brother
is "
tubercular ex-service are herded to- money prompted by the success of friends and relatives.
of a right of the chief creditor to confiscate : the state with a total of 7,000 mem- welcome. Mem rs ( acted to be \
gether In one large ward. Their foodis larger investors. Without :financial Mrs. Belle Johns was visiting her I
the debtor's property: to oc- bers! each paying an annual fee of present.
the cheapest and the plainest kind. experience, and frequently without Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns, of New
cupy the Ruhr Valley and seize the $10, and each member has signed up I son, L. G. P< EL t
compelled to make their financial advice, because they do not
They are River Friday.Mr. .
customs and internal revenue re- for three years. In most other coun- E. W. I|,AYES lhrc
own beds, else they go untouched. know where to get it, or knowing, do and Mrs. Lacy Johns:;, and children tic
ceipts: to go ahead vengefully to the ties the bureau will be thoroughly or- ; I
Nurses doctors and employees gen- not ask it for reasons best known to
attended church at New River t)
blind goal of her 1
utterly crushing -an- ganized by February I. 0. 1
erally appear to have little or no concern themselves, they accept statements of Sunday | 'i
dent foe. There is an apparent pop Taking into consideration 1G aE
everything May Lodgemeets ). F.
I for the welfare of their charges. strangers, apparently honest of '
Adam Tyson and Leaston Crews,
ular clamor in France for %
a speedy Florida farmers have not e'7.30.
Tu ,
experienced day
and every
I No one seems to give a tinker's damn straightforward, but actually promising New River, were in this section last | ,
exercise of what is .
ironically called/
whether the patient's get well or die. nothing when carefully ana- the pinch of hard times that;I week. All members sh id 4 s tit, vie-
"the sanctions" of the Treaty of Ver- the farmers of other states have. For brothers 'omt
lyzed. In iting w
The doctors are arrayed in army reading prospectuses they
sailles. Unhappily the men at the head instance, cotton culture in Floridawas I E. W. I YES
fail to note the "if ps"
uniform., though they are not army and the "provid- ji jiw.
: of the government are responsive to ing's" their soon made a matter of history HIGHLAND W. L. V LL, ,
men', but employees of the United riveting attention on da- y
this clamor. after of the boll weevil
1 States health service. Thus, "clothed pendent promises, with the result the coming
j In a little brief authority," these Even accepting the analogy between that they have no recourse if they but Florida farmers had always depended Highland: Jan. 13.-G. H. B.irksr ). w \\t 1

make-believe officers are unnecessarily individual and national bankruptcy, it lose all they invest. Then they learn upon other crops and as a result returned Thursday from a trip ti" Archer All :Friends C up N. 138, W. O. \
must be noted that in the former tided the waive of Meredith and Gainesville.
case are being over
irritating to the sick war veterans: that the swindling concerns employed I W., meets ever; Fride night at S
sensible creditors, in their own Interests business depression:;, the country eems Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth- ,
the uniform is an unpleasant reminder the best legal: talent they could com- o'clock at I. O. F. 41. Visiting/
are slow about pushing the [to be (enduring | el Ricks were business visitors to
of army experiences,'' and doubly i mand in framing their propositions, i' Sovereigns and i mber equested toBY
embarrassed debtor to the wall. Rather To this and this Jacksonville Thursday.
and realize that reason, reason be present.
unpleasant when worn by n civilian : they themselves did
they seek to make alone lay the slow growth of the II. B. Bennett, of Jacksonville, was >
an arrangementthat we
who has no real right to wear it. The not seek the competent advice that D. L RI .j
shall lighten the debtor's load farm bureau in Florida. transacting business here Friday. I
might have been had J. W. M lltGA JjClerk.npufi .
I boys get no cream on their morning for the asking.As '
and help him to get on his feet. Ger- cold However, Florida should W. Max Wimberly spent the week-1
cereals; instead the thinnest kind of a matter of fact, many
f. thin milk. But the uniformed doctors, many asks for a two years' moratorIum small investors, have no banking relations take advantage of every agency{ which end here with relatives. 666 is a pre, for Cold \

, nurses and other employees are well or extension of time. The British whatever, accumulating small holds promise of bettering the r condition O. W. Marr, of Mims, visited rcla-1 I Fever and LaCripp: It's the

: fed, with plenty of cream and other Government, it is said, not only sums which they conceal in their home And certainly the farm; bureau lives here Saturday and Sunday. \ most speedy njned j're know-
, favors such but is also Everett Vaughn! left.Sunday after a Adv. I II.
an arrangement
where it is has much to offer.
r luxuries, and they dine in pleasant easily available when
well disposed toward reconsideration I visit here with his brother, Ray. '
a wanted. Had --w -.
private dining( 'rooms, while the sick they bank relations .
of the whop question "f : C. M. Click of Jacksonville\ was a 1 1r
soldiers eat off an oil cloth coveredpine repara they might as a matter of ordinary LONG BRIDGE
tions from tho economic side. It is service obtain from I business visitor here Friday.
board. The soldiers have no officers the very
reported that economic experts are Long Bridge Jan. 13. S. C. Crews Miss Pearl Strickland, of Stiirke,
privacy, of course, and none of those informations they should have before -
n'ow of the I / is the guest of Miss Winifred, 1Vint-
definitely opinion that the
investing As attended the farmers union meetingat
little refinements and luxuries which a rule, banks are always -
82,000,000,000 gold marks called 1 for New River Saturday. berly, for a couple ofV.k.....
able and
contribute so much to ease the suffer- willing to obtain for
in the Class bomb should H. C. Wimberly and family] entertained ,
ing of a sick person. C be cancel- their customers the best grade of securities George Rivers! and Gerald Adkins

The conditions in this so-called led, representing as they do the item in any amount, charging were visitors to New River Satur- tho following] guests Sunday,
"pensions and allowances' Mr. and Mrs Walter Ferris and no' .
hospital may not be typical; there separations therefor in addition to market price day. i iII. sf
included in violation of the I' Dinkins, of Lnwtey, Mr. and, Mrs. : I
may be others better-and othersworse. | pre-arm-I only the small cost of brokerage-usually O. Rivers is numbered on the ,
istice t E. Morris and son, Ross of Bron,
agreement.If sick list this week. M.
Dut that such' conditions exist I a small fraction of one percent. t
default bank- While Miss Ruby Mae Johns visitor II J. I. Marr and I'dIarr: were visit f
in even one government hospital Germany's means banks do not guarantee securities was a 'iin 114

purporting to care for sick soldiers ruptcy, then it is of a sort that in of any kind, they will buy and to New River Friday. ing relatives at Starke Sumlav. o I

in a crying disgrace.It tho" interests of the world's economic sell only securities which promise Donie Rivers and little brothers, Instart Re c/fm'Scald*, \

is high time that the indignant equilibrium calls for sensible consider good investment, always advising Jackson and Bill, were visiting in New LAKE BUTLER Burns, Cut), WiriU, eta

\ protest of every right-thinking American ation and adjustment, rather than against the purchase of any other River last week. Contain No Alt hot A orP
0' citizen should thunder into the stupid crushing and wrecking: kind. Such advice is worth many dol- JoeIoody! was in New River last Lake Butler, Jan. 13-Martin Load. Aerefnre D ES lb 7j!

0'I I callous ears of the time-serving politicians After all, the reparations are due lars to investors who otherwise might Saturday holtz is home again after a visit with IT SQO1Painful I

) and bureaucrats at Washington not to France alone but to all the Al- put their money into stocks and bondsof Mrs. P. S. Crews, cf New River, his sister, !Mrs. Shep Roberts, of Gull- lesult from P)

lies. Genuine for Francein was in this section Wednesday. Injuri oftfltanp'l
: who are morally responsible for questionable value. ford.Mr. iment kept
the neglect and misery of the boys America, as in Hutuiu and Italy, Happily there are two kinds of I' Will Andrews of New River, was in and Mrs. Seth Roberts and ha-/ accidents.always at han M is c1.at/ and beat I ::

who risked their lives and sacrificed will warn here against taking the small Investors-the kind noted above our burg Monday. by left last week for Avon Park, af- insurance. M dec rest oils, it

,, their health-many of them their I way in which militaristic madness who are really speculators, and the I A large crowd attended the farmers ter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bunk 1 penetrates (f kly thmg and ,

limbs lies.-Ex. class that Is union meeting at New River Sat- Dekle. healing the al cted .
or sight-for thelr tountry, and satisfied with small, safe
Harry I' O Sn:; Panville. 1
Lang and Mr. S
who are now reaping the bitter fruit returns, employing their dividend. in urday afternoon. Howard motored SqysvaTMust 'harem urMexic ,

i of national ingratitude and cruel neg- KAIFOKD the accumulation of larger capital I from Five Mile to town Satur-i ;; Ill-in(. "or'catleof 30 years is
themselves, of what avail Is, law? day : and find It there beta
I Ject. Let the people demand justice know that something cannot -be ab- cut a burn a bi ,lea-m .Imagt aD) .
Then, again, law cannot make financiers Misses a liniment
I for the sick and wounded soldiers Raiford, Jan. 13.-Messrs. W. II. tained for nothing, that as a rule out of men who refuse to learn- kle Ruby the Proctor and Norma Ie- tin ailment using that I I",Ckal1 i quite": run h ntta rob I:
spent ooperatlORwellntothepore
-and demand it in a voice so loud Andrews and Earl Whitten wero visitors promised big dividends indicate week-end at Five Mile.! andreA
unusual .
the fundamentals of financiering,. Aaron Smith at frequent inter '
that the indifferent politicians! and to Macclepny Wednesday. risks. They have bank preached at the Club L BOrnE I
There Is no remedy, for inexcusable Rooms Sund-iy H 2Sc
ii bureaucrats cannot fail to hear and Emery Cribbs was a visitor over to and welcome all the service evening FREE "I olld bra '-and-T.k.-
credulity save bitter experience and !Moss : dYe envy
heed.-Tava'rcs Herald. Starke Saturday night their banks render Hewi.t, of Five Mile, was a TOnniBTOP..liunp. !] I I01'1"' &.I (bold 1.1.0I
can generally investing that does not always cure. Even whatis business visitor .or.om lorMtumnicLlnlnwnt I 1..11 I off' 0..1".....
here I"
A. T Mizelle and daughters Bernice in securities Saturday. '1 IYn.N.1".
through them. here Mf C. litStw i2Sc !
sal dabout smal linvestors for Messrs. J. J, /rw.Lyoo *
ROTTEN REASONING: : Ruth and Worth, of Lake Butler They minimize their possible losses, their Colson and Steve Denmark Oc J/ 1.00
special benefit will be construedby of New River -
were visiting friends in town on make the most of their profits, and motored to town Stores
some one as prompted by ulterior Saturday and
The following dispatch from Washington Sunday afternoon. ultimately become successful investors. Sold by Drat IM
E capitalistic motives. Yet, all this does !Mrs. Ruby f&18"
for itself to those Eustic Also Phillips and grandmother "ma Coed 0 Staltd
speaks who Crews was a visitor to Lake they gain the experience "
not alter the fact tha
tattempt has !Mrs. Mollie
are able to reason out the difference Butler Sunday afternoon. i which makes them god advisers, and been: made to serve smal linvestors, arrived in town Phillips, of Elco, Ca., IC I Ir It

h between hoity and toity: W. II. Andrews spent Saturday in gain prominence and influence in their and prevent more of them Sunday and are the
being duped guests of !Mrs. D. W.
'Henry Ford's attempt to reduce Starke. communities. In a great Borum.
many ways and
by such
concerns as the Russell Hewitt
freight: rates on coal 20 per cent A. D. Andrews spent Sunday at such small investors develop into pret- one just exposed whose securities never ed school here of Five Mile, enter- MUSTfNGLI

along his railroad the Detroit To- his good last week and is it .
Worthington Springs visiting ty examples for the other kindto were worth than the ay
more printed ing at the
ledo and Ironton, was disallowed by daughter, Mrs. R. B. Roberts. follow, and why they are not followed paper itself.-Ex. Hewitt. of his uncle Dick Ml MINT

I the Interstate Commerce Commission Mils Clarice Dowling and brother, more than they are is a puzzle

., on the ground that the reduction Willie, of Lake Butler, were visiting even to those who lose their savings.If .

would constitute a discrimination here Sunday.Mrs. there were more careful small I

I. against other mining territory whose W. M. Graham, of South Jack- investors such swindles as this western : )

' l' coal products is sold in Toledo, Detroit sonville, is visiting her parents Mr, "investment" concern would have Come to Central Florida's StojeIn In

'.,t ,1 I and other cities along the Ford and Mrs. A D. Andrews, this week. less opportunity to obtain millions. Busiest dr1 d

," railroad. The commission has allowed W, II .Andrews was a visitor to But they are in the minority of small

\: all other reductions in Interstate Starke Tuesday.'Dr. investors and perhaps always will be If you.rlocal{ lmerch.nt-doe.no carry your wantccDle here 'r.hcpr

a : rates on the Ford railroad which ho Mann, of Lake Butler, was a because of the credulity of the average here. Our aim U to at all time. render good service, miini.in high M.ny women in your "nn'
f has made other commodities." prices Pn..ibl.. 0 ,:.,ocU. .,.:??, !in .;? of h' quality of goods andr i. II rdlect ,
\ q on professional visitor here Monday.Mrs. man with a little money. Swindlers any store in 'a'e' will the of 0 '

This means, if a man in the out Mary R. Jones, of Manning, is proceed on the assumption that exception t'ul

skirts of Tampa and a man across the visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. D. An- suckers are born every minute, and r1h

I I.' Georgia line have the same productto drews, this week. sometimes it seems that this assumption -

cell in Tampa, sufficient "protective Is correct, for the more improbable / -uh I. rSe1

J' tariff" should be put on the man his contention we may ultimately be the scheme the larger tho num- QUO : el

near Tampa to keep him on a basis forced to consider every person Insane ber swindled. What is more to the f ,

of equality with the Georgia man. until proven otherwise. point, one swindle exposed seems in I v// f'CiAINES"ILLEPLOAfDA

That decision stand we look to seethe effect to be an advertisement for another I

parcel post rate on shipmentsfrom After all, preachers and judges and possibly, a worse one. It is ,\

Tampa to places within a hundred have much in common. His honor inlets estimated by the financial journal

miles of this office raised 1 to an punishment in terms of years, quoted above that annually the American All Postage Charges Paid
By Us
equality with the rate from Chicagoto while his reverence hands it out for people are swindled out of approximately On mail Or deAn
Tampa, so the mail order housesof life. 250,000,000, the larger

Chicago whose product is'sold in portion of which is dead loss. exclusive Mail Order Department in charge t

this section of Florida may not be Keep up your courage. Al ]indications There's law enough, goodness knowsto I of .n ..experienced'Just
Let her
I shop for .
.discriminated against. point to a strong'revival in business protect small investors against [ write

We' read, also, that the "commis- in 1922. frauds,, but if they will not protect I




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DmmII.lftmID1- !!!:! I,:J1J..Iro..mnmtllllmmwlIml!! [ I hand and,] ran into the street Shout- FARMER BROWN -Rutgers. In I.t to "r! tJ yaI. .I

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ; I ing "murder" and "catch him" Mr. : -- .-.- "1 I. \5WOSvn! \ II PtI'; !N" is a rrolouyY. -
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'" .... .... .......... t. ,,11,r I., '."x..x., ...UiV'. ,",'*. ILL s os.'Ixl .... I Ii Moody] followed the man down streets! I :Mr.\ IJrown, they tell! m you are is'-: "Sir, when you' teat li.-re you needn't '..:(r.iupati'ni. It roll''vt"" promptly !but ,
I II .1 where a crowd took up the chase ulI-1 ing to buy an International Tractor dust oil your plate," the indirnsntrestaurant ; gliuukl be taken regularly for 14 ti( 21 days .;
[ Live State News I til the pursued man was caught; from DoWitt C. Jones to Jo you plowing keeper said. to induce regular action. It Stimulate and r oI
Regulates Very Pleasant to Taka 6Uo
i I Henry Brown, a negro, and DeputySheriff 11 : and nil heavy farm work. How' "Beg pardon! just force of habit," per bottle.
..ee.vwrnrw.sets.wwrure.merlr.r.nu-.awm.srrmwrweww Stephens and placed( in the I about it? said the baseball umpire.-Washing

Told by Our Exchanges I county jail. i.I Yes; I gave DeWitt C. Jones an or- ton Times. rh r-ml

____ der for one and it will be hero in a 1886
W.ImIwIIwIWllWWWU1IDIDmcnwm'"U1''DUIIDWI! HIDmmmmIDIDWmmrnmWmIDIDIDIDmwmmmWWQ It is' estimated that thousands ot few days. First Fan-That girl remind me of a ,t

Property on Beach street, Daytonu-/ Wis., was drowned in the ocean near acres of the richest lands in the Ev- How will it be, Mr. Brown. Will a bush league pitcher. (Ufy-o..
sold for $55,000. Fifty-five feet at Lake Worth, and two other men nar- erglades have been destroyed by fire you do any plowing for your neighbors Second Fan-llowznt? Flar

$1,000 per foot. rowly escaped the same fate in their wihtin the past six or eight months after you get your own plowing First Fan-Lots of speed, but no DAVISINSURANCE r ofIrth. j
efforts to rescue him. Both men saw in this county alone. Along the west done? control.-Columbia Jester. .
r beach of Lake Okeechobee is a belt I ctlon
In the past twelve months over the Wisconsin man in distress and Why, yes, I though I could l do a SI
''I $385,000 worth of building has been swam out to help him. The strong undertow of rich muck land between fifteen and right smart. The fellow who tries to please everybody -
almost too much for twenty miles long and varying in is satisfied with hlm-
proved never eery
done to
j in St. Augustine, according
How much will you charge an acre?
to three miles. The
width from one
them and both collapsed after bring- self.
permits issued. ing the body ashore. soil is composed almost entirely of ;I Thut depends. You see, there is an ---
attachment of disc and If
matter commonlycalled a drag a
Pensacola officials of the United decayed vegetable We have no doubt there are still TR
When it will burn man wants! his land all finished up
States Shipping Board announced that J. !M. Cooper, of Klssimmee is the and when fire gets well dry started in it ready for bedding: it will cost more some honest men left in the world. At STARKE milt'r
steel tank ships had been or- of tree that least claim to be.
twenty owner an orange perpet- the heat will drive out the moisture than to just plow it. But I can put they
dered Pensacola for anchorage, to ually carries blossoms, partlygrownfruit I .
the land in fine shape all ready to M
and the fire will continue its ravagesindefinitely -- '- --
be tied up indefinitely. nearly-grown fruit and ripe bed up for strawberries, corn, beans,, .
fruit. An examination of the tree, and 0' - : ;: -';-' =- -;" _
or anything you want to plant, 1 t,
t Dr. J. W. DeMilly, state veterinarysince which has been watched for years; the ground will be all worked up- .
the creation of the office in 1917,, showed a multitude of sweet-scented Samuel Lester Smith, former cashier Po I 'ihJ
not just cut and covered.I 1rr
I has resigned the position and Gov. blossoms, fruit in various! stages of of the Tampa office' of the American It A
1 Hardec has appointed Dr. J. V. Knapp growth and ripe fruit which possesseda !'. l Railway Express Company confessed tell you, Cy, this machine i H! go. I I ors
: I
! of Jacksonville.I delicious flavor-all on the tree. to Sheriff Spencer the falsity ing to change the method of farming 0 a I1I I II huJ191k thr
of his story of a holdup and robberyon and increase our yields, and see how' / II I tin

I 1' Rose, J. R. Dasher and Frank The city of Miami '.as establisheda Zack street at 2 o'clock\ on the afternoon much time it will save and< how much oQ 'll'r t y.

I P. Rose bought the turpentine rights law that all\ street automobiles must of December 28th by two un- I better it will be done.\ I can't tell ylf;& 'THE UNIVERSAL,. CAR, I 0tii I ("
to two hundred and seventy thousand, have on file a $5,000 compensationbond masked bandits, who, he declared, what it will cost until I get to work, t tpl U I;,i M. ;ui I Ir I I I Ir ItrCihtrej
f. acres of land in Dixie county, and will in case of the injury of any of forced him at tho points of pistols to J but I know. it will be cheaper than a 0 Il. I

proceed at once to develop this large its passengers or if it injures anyonein drive into the country and after tying I horse work. There are others around,] ,I :
here at work now. I'll find out what ,....
naval stores project. the streets. This compensation and blindfolding him; robbed him of I ,-
$5,000 of the company's funds, Smith they charge, then see if I can do it
bond is to be given by a surety company I itW.
Four hundred and fifty workmen to pay for the damages, medical led the officers to n swamp about) five any cheaper. I only want what Is ij I .,

recently laid off at the shop of the attention required, or in case/ of miles from the city and showed! them fair. ,
Seaboard Air Line Railway at Jack- permanent injury, a stated amountup where he had sunk the cash, about Well, I want you to do, my work (' (( 41 ; mat

sonville were reinstated, including all\ to the entire amount of the bondto 'i,200: wrapped in a raincoat, in water this year. When I net more cleared l upI ,Inaelsl

men employed in the locomotive de- be decided by a proper board. waist deep. The checks, $1,800,, expect I will get ono.

partment. were in Smith's automobile, which Say, Cy, I want you to see this \lard I m.urt.,

Sheriff Merritt and the force of federal was found hidden in the swamp. press I just bought at PcWitt Jones
F Carrying the first cargo of German prohibition. officers at Jacksonville hardware store. You see it not only I lock

potash brought to Tampa since the have sworn to "dean up" the Seventeen girls, three boys and two presses! the lard but can be used as a

jt war broke out, the LyKes Brothers Whitchouse district, where, it is said, men of Punta Gorda, had a narrow escape sausage stulTer. Just put your meatin t.etw
\. steamship Emergency Aid l docked at more moonshine whiskey is distillec from serious if not fatal injury,, turn the crank anti the work H

.:... the Blocks warehouse late Wednesday than in any other part of Duval coun just before 6 o'clock Friday evening,, done.
afternoon 20 days out of Bremen,, ty. According to the authorities law when the auto truck in which they Yes; that's fine. Why can't I hire

I: in command of Capt. Cameron abiding citizens of that section are I were going;: to Wauchula, met with an you to come over when we butcher T
l i' co-operating with officers in riddingthe accident at the concrete bridge! a mile and press out our lard and stuff our

The Clifford & Kea lumber plant community lawlessness. Many south of Wauchula, and they' were sausage. I want to put up n right

t }i near Hastings; which has been idle stills> have been destroyed in the district thrown headlong into the ditch. The I smart of sausage to sell and, this will

for many months, started the new I around Whitehouse.Ivy accident was caused by a bolt falling save so much hard work. Got u pice r

t: year off( under its new ownership. The out of the steering gear; and, to prevent -I bunch of hogs and a young beef and e
plant will be operated this year, employing Walden son of Rev. and Mrs. the truck from plunging off the if you will come over and help me ;'

in the neighborhood of sixtyto Ves Walden, of Dover, died at tho bridge, the driver turnedit! abruptlyt with this machine, I believe I will

seventy-five men. Plant City Infirmary after being I othc right, and the truck stnfck the make up the lot into sausage! Seise 4
thrown by a horse and suffering; a i end of the side-rail of the bridge and Yes, I'll come and help you.
r A girl was born one day this weekin fractured skull on the rock road just came to a sudden stop on tho edge! of What's that, !Mr. Brown? ;
an automobile about eight miles north of Dover about 8 o'clock yes- I' the ditch. Had it gone a foot furtherit That is a flashlight You sec whenwe THE Salesman becomes more effi I

north of Madison and the babe and' terday morning. There was a fracture -i would have turned over and have are working at night we can flush when equipped with a Ford I s

her mother are both doing well at n in the boy's skull just above the I fallen upon the prostrate girls and this light anywhere we want to see Runabout; he covers more territory,
',' local hospital. The mother, with several right ear, larger than a silver dollar, their companions, who were lying in You can't get a light where you wantto
i/0' other children, was enroute by and. another extepding down to the car tho ditch.It see In the night time and. you aro visits more prospects and as a result, e

{t3 J automobile from Lakeland to Concin- according to one of the attending phy apt to cut your fingers, but thin heats closes more sales.

nati., sicians. must be worth It lot to a Luke n lamp DeWitt C. Jones keeps all\
City man, or at least it will cost him Hires of them. I bought the biggest : No waiting for trains, or for busses to

i J" Roy Park, chauffeur, employed at Over one thousand acres of cabbage; a lot, for there is going to be a considerable ho had. They arc mighty hnndy. curry him! to towns where trains don't I IJ

the naval base hospital at Key West, have been set out in the Dunia sec- expense bill attached to the Say, pn, won't you buy me a Purhlijiht I ,O. The: salesman driving his Ford I

I received fatal injuries when he crank4 tion of Broward and to all\ appearances arrest Wednesday by Deputy SheriffW. ? Ku.ic.bout 13 continually on the job-
"(1 a heavy automobile truck while the it I is doing well and with be readyto N. Pecchy, of Will Munroe, colored What do you want with n flashlight? I
machine was in gear. The car passed harvest soon. The earliest plant- on a petit larceny, charge, growijinr :Xi-! I after' business. And nt the new low price I

over his body and plunged into the ing will begin to bo marketed within out of the alleged/ theft of two chick- Say, r>n, do you want me to jro out I of $325,(K), the Ford Runabout offers I III

4 bay. Park died shortly afterwards the next week and the harvest will ens. Munroe was arrcstcfl out in the some cork night and fall over" s.mie- transportation at an exceptionally low
continue steadily for the next two lhn( < urn' break; neck ?
from, his injuries. Everglades, where he was employed, { my II cost mile. '
l months. Tomato planting is in full on the sugar plantation. Deputy Uee- per

Sixty thousand pounds of fish went swing now and the indications are chey reported that he traveled a. total "Three bulls!" yelled the umpire. Phono us and let us tell how other
II p out of Okeechobee City last week; that every available acre of tomato of 76 miles to arrest the negro and "Now's your banco to soak it, I
Madison shipped a car of pecans; land will be put out this year. fees for an arrest include mileage !. shouted the excited, JIll wnbroker'jf concerns have found it good business
Plant City shipped several hundred traveled by the officer serving the clerk to the batsman.-Hoston Trans- to equip their salesmen with Ford Run

quarts of strawberries; the Manatee Lieuts. Frank Sloman and,] Elton C. warrant. Munroe was placed in the script. abouts.
half trainload of Hersmon, of Weston, W. Va., aviators I
section sent a Dade county jail and a deputy sheriff
early; vegetables and Florida is forwarding from the naval air station at Pensa- will be sent to Miami from Luke Toinette-Why was that player put

a, 300 cars a day of oranges cola, were killed as the result of a City to take him back to that place out? J. W. Andrews Jr. Dealer
plane crash off Fort Barancas wharf. Tony-Off his base I Ifho I i
and grapefruit. for trial, and that will mean a lot of
The aviators flying in an N-10
were additional mileage/ to be charged/ up J| STARKE FLORIDA
One hundred cases of whiskey, representing seaplane, Lieut. Sloman acting as' in to the case. The indications are that Quinine'....t Dot hoi Alfeit' Th/ tineatornum III .
structor. Lieut. Hersman was making of Its tonic end. 'Ifixxtivd! vR.,.-,. i .XATIVE .
the "bag" of illicit goods in this case the county will have to : I1RUMO JUININK (Taloli' ) ran I*, tuknn
seized by the Tampa police Tuesday ; his first flight at this station, having by.nrimrwithout rnunlnd! nervnueur.snrnnglagin :
stand an expense bill in the neighborhood the liuad. E.W.CKOVE 3 slili'ilura on Ink: : I
night and turned over to the Federal just -arrived here this morning. of $200, all\ for the theft of two .- _:-.=- .,. --- -. : -
officers, were poured Into the waste When at an altitude of about 1,000 measly little chickens. -- --- .
pipes at the Federal building. It was feet the plane started a nose dive and GARDUI HELPED --

the largest seizure locally of "wet" failed to rise. PROGRAM BRADFORD COUNTY ,

goods: since the enforcement was be- -- TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
I gun. The leg of a white man has been REGAIN., STRENGTH GENERAL INSURANCE
found in the bay near where the li-
Following is /given the program/ of
Equipment has arrived for installa- quor-laden yacht Glendover went down the teachers association, which will HAROLD C. WALL

tion of what wilt be one of the largest recently after an explosion and fire he held In Hampton Jan. 14th, at 10:30a.
and best equipped private wireless occurred. A low cut shoe and a portion Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

the It will be setup of underwear was! on the limb and m.What Years Suffering Pain Nervous ,
stations in country. Can We Do to Improve the ,
f and operated by G. C. Warren, Jr., foot, protected condition.by At the the shoe time, was the ex-in Rural Schools?-A. B. Shaw, Miss and Depressed -Read Her LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.
who will use as a station one of the Wills.
occurred there were preilio- Carolyn Own Story of RecoTtrj.
d Moorish towors of the Tampa Bay ho- plosion The Parent-Teacher Association as
tions of loss of life but this was nev-
tel, which palatial hostelry Is the Asset Miss Olive Ray.
a Community -
I :_. property of the city. er was confirmed.regarded by The authorities finding of as the proof limb How to Secure Financial Support Ala A. MARTIN SEED CO.

resulted When Public Funds Are Lacking-J.I. Faint Rock, .-Mrs. O. M StepD
, site election last that at least one casualty OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
The Hardee county 1 I. Ogden. M near her, recently related the following
Friday was rather a one-sided affair. from the disaster.At Spelling in the Primary Grades Interesting account of her reBOTtryl JACKSONVILLE FLA.

The contest was between Wauchulaand 2:30 o'clock Wednesday morn- Miss Eunice Hazen, Cecil Hall. "I"" In a weakened con SEED POTATOES

\ 1 Zolfo, and Wauchula: carried ev- Ing the office of the Jasper News and Spelling in Intermediate and Gram dition. I wa sick:: three yean In bed Spaulding Number Ro.., Early, Red Bli. Triumph and Irish Cobbler W. ar.
'- ery precinct that voted. For some rea- mar Grades-MIss Vera Long. offering a great deal of pain, weak:, now ready. to quota contract prices for December and January delivery.Our .
son the polls were not opened at four the' store of O. P. Hewitt were completely nerrom, depreued. 1..0 weak:, Seed Potatoes are the highest quality, Maina grown, selected' eed.. Adtiee V
destroyed by fire. The fire originated How to Interest the Uninterested .
and will
combined quantity variety want.
but the you
t\. of the precincts as I couldn't walk across the floor: Just .
.. vote of these precincts is only about in the News office and it Is Pupil-W. O. Duval, Mrs. Pearl] Jones had to lay and tar little one da the MARTl I'S HY TEST SEEDS
173 their voting would not change the supposed caught from a flue. Both How to Get the Best Results in work. I..u almost -dead. I tried Have made good with both the small ftrdener and farirer and the one. wfca
election. buildings and their contents were a English from the Eighth GradeTruby every thing I heard of. and a Bomber ofocton. : plant thousand of acre Plant your fall crop with Martin's Hy Test Seed. and is..
result of the total loss, partially covered by insure i Pinholster.] Still I didn't get any relief. i, lura results. '"
I couldn't eat. and slept poorly. I FALL CATALOGUE
Andrew Kupperud of Milwaukee, ance. Only by heroic efforts were adjoining The Professional Trained Teacher believe If I hadn't heard of and taken I
M..tin'.F.1I Seed Catalogue' ready. Writ. for it. interested
buildings saved. In additionto vs. the Merely Certificated Teacher- Cards I would have died. I boughtsix now
In Florida fall and winter crop should arail themselves' of Inform.tion contaiaedn
A. TONIC > the loss of building and equipmentthe Benj. B. Lane.Literature bottle, attar; a neighbor told me our descriptive)catalogue.' Supplied FREE on request to tho. who .end la their
Grove's Tasteless' chill Tonic' restores newspaper suffered a severe loss ]in the High Grammar What It did for her. name promptly. Writ for it today.
"I began to eat and sleep, began to
Vitality by Purifying and in the destruction of the books and Grades-Miss Jeannette Matthews.No .r
Energy gain my strength and am now well E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
Enriching the Blood. When you t..elits accounts of the office, the mailing list teacher is expected to remain and strong. I haven't bad any trouble .
atrengthenln-t Invigorating effect see how and a portion of the files of the paper, away without cause. since I sure can testily to the ""

\tit brings color to the cheeks and howit which can never be replaced. The public is cordially\ invited to good that Cardul did me. I don't You will make a mistaki
!think: there In a hotter tonne mad Big Reduction In Prices
Improves the appetite you will then attend this meeting. and 1 believe It aiive'l my life. If you order your fertilizer -
Appreciate iw true tonic value With blood streaming into his eyes H. B. WIGGINS, For over 49 yearn\ thousand of women without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
Groves; Tasteless chill Tonic is simply from a gash made in his head wherea Superintendent. have used Ca.-Uul successfully Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, lauecticideH -
tin< and Quinine suspended in syrup. So holdup man had struck him with a In the treatment of many womanly ', Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
pleasant even children like It. The blood revolver, James S. Moody, a whole- Speedo-Babe Ruth is some batter, atlmentft. O. PAINTER CO.JACKSONVIt.LE' .
needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON to sale dealer of Tampa, grappled with muhboy. If yon suffer a* these women did,
Malarial' and take CardOL It help too. FLORIDA
Destroys germ may loU
Enrich it.
he takes the batter
its assailant and fought for the pos Peppo-Yes,
by Its Strengthening. lovlgor- At all dnezlita.! B!I H Get December tat 1921 reduced before buying.
Grip germs price 'Juts
sung Effect uOc session of the gun, until the holdup],] cake.-Rutgers. ...- I -. -- _. -t,"""



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:r 1' U ._ .__ __ .____ KltAUFOItU COUNTY TEI.EUtAI'U, flfARKE, FLORIDA .
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f(, Ijr j711 1 1 Tctograph' ', works are completed. Congress/ is u Organist Mrs A. A. Durden. --I I the guest of her sister, :Mrs.. B. L. i I-ifluenco, we do not know. However Time Individual cerllflcatus
County :. willing to appropriate Ibln sum, b. t Librarian Miss Emma flicks Duke last week. I sleep is a blessed thing and as our Ca hlor'. chucks outstanding ..____ 707.4.

t. II .' may order bond, Issue! for tho amour t J. H. Pollard, of Jacksonville is a I Mrs. Lena Drawdy spent Saturday | subscriber sends along the wherewith- Total -----.-----------.----1 61,011.48' "
Published and entered I i al for it we will lose no sleep Slate of Florida County of UnidfnrU, .a:
weekly as to run thirty years at four per cent. business visitor hero this week night and Sunday with her mother to pay ,

second class matter, at the post i':: At the end of thirty years tho go /. Miss Alta Newsom is the guest of Mrs.\ B. L. Duke. I I about the matter ourselves. Bankrdo I, A. A.solemnly Futch. casliior uwiur that at L tho the abo aumu...-nnmMi.L.ta.

.; 3 office at Sturke, Florida. ,'! eminent will have paid 120 per c I I I SOCIALA Mm'.\ A.. A, HJTCII,
f =- .- interest, or $00,000,000 for the u'u cr, this week.C. sister, Miss Hattie, attended the singing GET ACQUAINTED Corieit. -Attest i Ciu.her;

i R E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner of the original] sum for thirty years. A. But was li business visitor to convention at Midway Saturday. A. A. nUKDEN.GERTIE [ .
social will be given !: McDUN\LD,
r. l '} Incidentally Mr. Ford says that eightyicnts Starke Monday.The get-acquainted societies A. A. MoUOJM.VUJ, Dlruitura.
I Ir dollar in taxes tithe Bradford imooKEit by the women's missionary BubHCrlbcil and sworn to before tnu this tan
on every paid County Teachers As-
r. ,. ,. "You think you own your home- of the various churches nt 7:30: I 7tli diiy of January, 11)22.
but government is expended for interest sociation will convene at Hamptonnext (Heal: i) D. E. KNIGHT,
do advertise- ,
? ,
you screams an the lKh! Inst.,
: on debts. He suggests that Saturday Jan. 14th. Brooker Jan. 13.-Mrs. T. S. Par- next Thursday evening, Notary 1'u6n..
( /
ment, No, you don't own it if some- I j I school rooms of tho
it. I instead of paying for the remaining:, The local N. F. T. held a special] ker spent' Thursday with friends> at in the Sunday IIANBTATEJIIENT
body 01110 holds a mortgage: on
I|i work at Muscle Shoals in bonds that meeting Thursday evening, Jan. 12th 'I LaCrosse.P. Baptist church. Report of me condition, of Ibo I.nwtty Stale
I Work and save to lift that mortnaEC: :|
r This social is given for the stran- Hunk, at Lawtey, In thu mute of Florida
the government print currency for the for the purpose of arranging fertilizer M. Barefoot was in Staike Wed- at
sell cherish- close buslnens December
even if you have to your of the town the ot 81. 1UU1.
I 'automobile.! amount stated, and that the bills supplies for the coming season. nesday. gers and the newcomers IteaourceaLoans

would/ have just as much of tho good James Johnson of South Florida Fred Hazcn and Lewis Shriver and community. If you are a stranger on on real collateral estate erourityothrrthan 9 8,077JOLoans
I., faith and credit of the American people has been the guest of his brother, J. spent Tuesday afternoon in Starke. I or a new-comer, you are most cor- real estate __.__._._______ 2.1 OR.42
POLICE and bring All other loans and discount, _____
to IH.RfiOHH
I: behind them as tho bonds would. F. Johnson, this week. 'I L. R. Gainey has purchased the dially invited come Overdrafts .--.--..--.------. 104.gg
Being asked how this would stop war, The B. Y. P. U. will meet at the store of P. A. Crosby & Son. Mr. family. Members of the various missionary United States bonds. __________h__ 1,4111)00 I
i According: to the Williston Progressits I I societies will be hostesses for llfinkinir. house, furniture, fixtures. 9. 01.17 ,.
down Mr. Ford replied: Baptist church Sunday evening fat Gainey will put in a full line of merchandise Other real estate ----.----.------ 99889
town has to cut -
got expenses because if tried hero at 7:30.: Everyone invited to be I I and wish him in the evening. The pastors and, famil- I Duo from Incorporated banks ..__ UA2.63
"Simply present. we success
and among/ other items has reduced churches, also the Cash Items ...._n._____.______ 8Rl.4S
the marshal's salary much Muscle Shoals, this plan will The young people are especially Invited his undertaking. ies of the different Cash on hand -----------------... 2.720.98Total '
prove so overwhelmingly] ] and to be present and participate in Mrs. C. M. of Jacksonville officials and their families of the various -
'. that he threatens to resign The Chancey cordially invited.A I ------- 1 4S.0nu.
churches, are ;.jiiiii-------
amazingly] successful that the the singing.T. .
Progress says: spent last week here with her social evening is usured Capital, ) stock paid In ._____.__ __$ 16nnnn
h "In our opinion this would never American people will never! again G. Clark, of Starke was a busi- sister, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. I pleasant Surplus fund u______________-_. 9G.4K
to Issuance of an Interest ness visitor here Tuesday. to all those who attend. Undivided profits tires oxpciues &
!l' do, for while Williston is an consent Mrs. I. W. Plnholstor] spent part of taxes paid, ) -_...__.___.________ 811 JO
: exceptionally peaceful and law bearing bond for an internal im Arrel Haynes, of Starke, has been last week with relatives at Alachua. I I Ind vidual deposits subject to cheek IS.6'10.21
When the the guest of his O. NOTICE I Saving di-puHlu ----------------- 19An7.A9
: brother
I provement. government Haynes.A. Fred Hazen left for Otter
abiding community and seldom Friday I 1 I No. 679 for Time eertlllcates of deposit. _______ 810.36
I a" has need for active effort on bar needs money it will raiseit A. Durden was a business visitorto Creek, where he has accepted a posi- Certificate of deposit I Cmhlor's checks outatandlnii _____ I3t>.go
$400.00, dated July] 2, 1021, issued by
half of the police the psychologU] by issuing currency against: its Starke this week. tion as telegraph operator. Fla. Total) _-______...____u____1 48,094.08
cal effect of having imperishable natural wealth. Other P. E. Taylor] of Lake City is the Misses Lornee and Ella Mae flaxen Hampton State Bank, Hampton Stnte oC'Florida. County of 1J..ulforol. ..:
t. a man on con- to :Eli Hicks has been lost or destroyed. I, J. W. Barber cashier. of the aboranamed .
countries seeing our success, guest of L. H. Bedenbaugh this week.J. .
tinuous duty is worth the price spent the week-end with friends in : bank do solemnly swear that the ntioveBtnUment
paid, not to speak of the value to will do likewise. The function D. Pry is spending a few days In Gainesville. All persons are hereby warnednot Is true to the beRt of nv tcnovl-
and belief. J. W.
trade for this certificateas
to buy or
I the city of having what fire protection of the money seller will have dis Georgia.Mr. I Claude Crosby spent the latter part Correct--Attext i ..IWr. .

I I.; the vigil of tho night officer appeared." Goolsby of Alachua; county wasa of last week attending to business in it Is of no value. W LOUIS P. GODWIN H. HILL,, ,

I ) affords." So Mr. Ford thinks, like many oth- business visitor here this week. { Jacksonville.E. EM HICKS, A. A. SMITH Directors,
ers that it is "a rich man's buta Chesley Fogg of Graham has been 1.6.2tC( Hampton Fla. Subscribed and sworn to belo,.. mo tarn I
Right you are, brother. The peace- I S. Gainey and family, of La. 6th day of January 1922.
fulness of certain towns is entirely] poor man's fight." The proposition visiting here. Crosse, spent Sunday here with rela] J. T. M001t\!. .

due to their police force, for evildoers appears chimerical, but certainly] a I Mrs. Nellie Strickland, of Lake Geneva tives. I Proof of the Pudding. Notary, l-ublss
I who has bank account of $131- has been Mrs. A-"Hut, lionoMlvtint was NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
and rowdies know it will not do man a spending a few daysin Jewel Moody, of LaCrosse, spent rent reason for rcfimlni her dinner Notice I. hereby given that the regular ..-
; to "monkey" with them. But what 000,000 should know what ho is talk-] otwn. the week-end here with friends. I your : Dual meeting of the stockholders of the Hamp.
i I"tllilon'11'' B"lrperleuceI
ton fatal bank will be held In its banking
would] happen If there were no police ing: about when the) subject Is finance, C. M. Chancey of Gainesville, was used u> love her cook." I rooms In Hampton Florida on Tuesday. January -
One who is willing to take his life Into pure and simple. However war is asocial GRAHAM the week-end guest of R. A. Weeks. i 10 18J2. at 7 |30 f. m. to elect a bu....
of directors for the ensu nic year and tr.neactsuch
his hands marshal function that the human race Mr. Johnson of ] business I BANK STATEMENT
as or policemanor Clayno was a : other business may come !before them
sheriff, should not be begrudgedwhat must hold now and then, and it will, visitor here Monday morning. Report of the condition of tha Hampton A. A. FUICH.
Graham Jan. 13.-0. W. Dyal wasa ,Slain Bank at Hampton. In the state ot 1-6-lt CasbJa .
little such positions bring. like Tennyson: brook, go on forever. M. P. Mathpny and Carl Ward spent .Florida at the clone of buslneM December
business visitor to Sampson Mon 81, ld.il.
Monday trnasacting business in the :| Resources
"' WIIAT AN IDEA! MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD day.Dr. county seat. I!I Loans on real retail ____n______< 19.462.12I Automobile TiresFirestone
Biggs, of Starke, was a business Loans on collateral security other
.'. HOARD MEETING Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Alachua I I than real estate _____u_________ 8.851.87

",' It certainly gives those north and visitor here Tuesday. spent part of last week at the homeof 'All Overdrafts other loans_ _and_____discounts___.________u___ 14.930,7S 376.05I ::1
.r; middle Florida people a pain to see (Continued From Page 1)) E. J. Murrhee was a visitor to Haw- Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell. I United State bonds ___._________ 600.00 30x3 $9.85. Tube $1.99
-i\... thorne Wednesday and Thursday. Hiinktnic house, furniture fixtures 4.30S.5 30x3 1-2 $11.65
: hundreds of automobiles going thru Messrs. B. T. McDavid and J. II. Due from Incorporated banks __ 8,820.66
::. their towns headed for South Florida ment is hereby in all things duly ratified Robert Lee, of Starke, was a' busi- Sbwell and families of Cooter Pond, Cash Items _________________n u___. 10:1.: UI Tube., Gray $2.35 Red $2.80
ness visitor here Friday, Cash on hand ......-----.---..-- 1,00469 Ward Tires, 6000 mils guarantee
without stopping. One of a party ; and all matters and things therein spent Sunday here with relatives. ]'

that drove from Montana to Punta set out to be done and performed, Rev. Dixon, of Kentucky arrived Mrs J. D. Baxter who has been i Total ---.__________.________I 61,061.49Llabillile. 30x3 1-3. $10.25

Gorda says that at Gainesville they : and all agreements to be kept and Thursday night and began a series of I visiting relatives at Plant City, returned -, Capital stock paid in ____________I 1&,000.00
were warned, urged and advised not I performed by tho board of public instruction meetings at the Methodist church on home Monday. Surplus fund _______.____________u 800.00I R. BURROWSStarke
I Undivided profit (Ica .xpenae. &
I to go, or even to try to go, to South for the county of Bradford, Sunday night and will continue the Mrs T. P. Ward spent Monday in Fla.
i taxes paid) _____________ _______ 093.05 ,
Florida if they valued their auto and I state of Florida shall be well and tru meeting through this week. Starke. _

trailer and their very lives. The roads Ily done, kept and performed and that Mrs. Perry Byrd and children of Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler, I m

were simply impassable] they were 'the said agreement be spread upon Titusville, spent part of the week at will fill his regular appointment here ......1. .
it t c _......
the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. !
told either being from six inches to the minutes of this board. Byrd. ,
Sunday at the Missionary Baptist Ag ."' ;:
I r.T' two feet deep in mud or filled with I. Sec. 2. That all admissions and acknowledgments I We are sorry to report Mrs. Alfred] church. I, --11-, .. ,; rrffi !; .' s. 1l4 ."
McKinney no better at this writing. ,
logs and even if they succeeded in including admissionand ; ; : j

1 fretting down in this section, they acknowledgments] of title to prop- Charley McKinney, of New River THE ROAD TO KNOWLEDGE I \ 'I'}'' ..... ,n\1rit\ z il ..1J ':'" '
would] find the in the of therein contained the is at the bedside of his mother, Mrs. \\ .M' '.tJ '.' ....n I ;J. ".. 'I
country grip erty against 1 'If;:, ; .! : ..,' .. << ... .... I
G I epidemics of smallpox diphtheria\ board of public instruction for the I Alfred] McKinney.W. I'm just a man ( l l.Arrlint'!\: 4'KIt'f.NI :i! "'II-
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T. Burton singing teRcherof ,,
scarlet fever, measles, and every other county of Bradford, state of Florida, As you're, a man IL_ '. ...' .J !. ...t1'.i..l.. ,'" .., .? ,
I' Nashville, Tenn., was a visitor here I ....., ,\ In.....'. ''''' .. .t.vj.io: ..:.. '. ... ..: .:.. '
r disease to which human flesh it are hereby acknowledged; to be truo And think it fine 'H_" .. ,..,,,:. \ ..'l'' .. ;", ::. .:, ,
I :; .( -r.- 3". f'.. .
heir. from and Sunday. As .'-... .., '? ;, ,
Judging reports brought are hereby accepted, ratified and you'll agree \ """ .. JI.'.. .}'. :i'> .p" (
hero by many parties, there is n systematic confirmed. I Rev. Dock Crews, of Long Bridge, To know the things f! ,' ..,;; dJ.1''... .. _' ; .:'

( campaign of knocking goingon I Si-c. 3. That this resolution be will preach at the Christian church That's done and said I .f" ,.f,::"..,' :.?)\:: ) A' :: '/ .
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in middle and I north Florida towns. spread upon the minutes of this board Sunday. Throughout the world '> 1 ii1'>' '........ J rl" ";. e4.s 'u-id' ,
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Lot 'cm knock. Nothing can keep : and n certified copy'of the sane bo I Mrs. Lula Montgomery of Oran o And not depend I i' "Id. 4>>". '

south FlorMa from growing.-Punta furnished to the board of public Instruction I Park, is spending the week with her On being told /":,"!..1 .' ....'#-.1'. rd' I

Gordu Ilcrnlil.\ for the county of Union, parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Alfred McKin- By word of mouth I .' -'I '$ ."'. .,', : il" "" 1-
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There must bo some ablebodiedliars state of Florida. WhaVs going on .
ney.The Junior Christian Endeavor will If I\ J.: %.,......,? } rXQ H ,
among those tln-canners comingto Passed by tho board of public instruction And guess you know I 'I' ." ()! .: ., ,, .
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I meet Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock 'fi' ./ ,. .',' .. ....
Punta Gorda. If the people of this for the county of Bradford, Of one sure way I ._"'h.. .s ,.. '. ,, "." \
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I.". part of the state were more anxious state of Florida! ] in regular session Frances Murrheeleader. To learn each day \ ."" .... '1: '" ) _> P. 'I:. J .

I than they are about having settlers I this!! the third day of January, 1922. O. W. Dyal] was a business visitorto Of all the news. I ;; 4

' ti come, they would surely make more I Board adjourned, to meet first Mon- Brooker Saturday. Subscribe for the .,... ..., :. .:;, \I
legitimate attempts to get them than day In February, 1022. Messrs. Ray McKinney and Edgar TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE J--: __ 1 1I 1

l trying to scare them away from south L. W. KICK LITER, Sparks of Mounteocha, were visitorsto Daily and Sunday rates I I i

Florida. This section II. B. New River Sunday. $8.00 year- II
recognizes on- WIGGINS Chairman. per I HERE'S Shoe
a particularly suitable for and drier
ly one Florida and has never attempted Secretary. $1.00 for six months young men .i
e s to creato dissension by running FIVE MILE $2.00 for three months men as well, who like striking elegance in their footwear. It's a %

y down any other portion of the state. HAMPTON Daily only rates I genuine Edmonds "FOOT-FITTER," hard to duplicate for twice

t We do not envy south Florida her influx Five bile: Jan. 13.-Miss Marshall $O.O0, $3.00, $1.60. 1133t. the price in Style, Comfort and Quality.

of immigrants, but congratulate] Hampton, Jan. 13.-R. E. Lee, of The- proctor and Walter Savage, of Lake '

,Il' her on possessing two excellent pa- ressa, was a business visitor here Sat- Butler, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. WHAT DOES HE MEAN? I Our genuine Edmonds "FOOT-FITTERS" the

pers in Tampa, who do as much for urday.M. P. P. Dekle Tuesday. i only Shoes in the whorld which have both full-length vamps

' I the upbuilding of that section J. Green and D. C. Melvin of Lawtey, in writingto and solid leather
. nl; as all family have as Mesdames B. L. Duke and D. I. boxes. They are Combination in both last

1y 1 's the other agencies combined. We have their guest this week T. M. Round- Blume were guests of Mrs. P. P. De renew his subscription says: and pattern and fit the feet all over like the on a wall.

no great paper working for this sec tree, of Hawthorne. Wednesday. "Send me the Telegraph right on. I solid leather all through. paper

tion. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Beville, of Seeber Stokes Misses Hattie and could not sleep without it." I I

We up here are not lacking/ either Graham were business visitors here Rosetta Dukes, Zacheus Chastain and Whether Mr. Melvin means that perusing -

I money enterprise, intelligence or Tuesday. Charles Floyd, Misses Norma Dekle the columns of the Telegraphafter Price $7.50 per pair

honesty for starting a forced-draught Mrs. J. R. Hodges is the guest of Ruby Proctor, Alice Piper Ethel and supper, puts him in such a

campaign for immigration, when the her daughter, Mrs. II. B. Wiggins, of Addle Mae Raulerson of Lake Butler pleasant state of mind that there is J.

1'' time comet. Taken all in all, our advantages Starke. attended a cane grinding at Mr. I nothing to chase away sleep, or that M. ALVAREZ STARKFMITCHELL'S

Will balance. those of south Sheriff Epperson of Stark, was ; Dekles Thursday evening. reading the paper has a soporific in-

Florida. But we do not depend on attending to official business here this Ardell Drawdy, Marcus Dekle and .---. _. ._-
hotels and resorts and real] estate week. Misses Norma Dekle, Ruby Proctor --- --

sales for ont. living and ran get Dr. Clayton, of Fort Payne, Ala., Mae Duke and Annie Douglass attended -

s along well enough without new set- has been spending a few days with a sing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DRUG STORE

tlers; though those who coma are his sister-in-law, Mrs. V. B. Wheeler.He J. Waters Friday evening. They report -

made to feel that they have cast their was very much, impressed with our a pleasant entertainment. takes pe:1'3urc! : In announcing that we hart been srtec' <"d j ns one of the distributors in this ,

lines In pleasant' places.] Were this climate and hopes to come to Hampton Ardell Drawdy, Dave Green Misses wate. of VI\I-Q-GEl Genuine( Y'a.It: Ylt..rr.Ln":: Tabieta. ,

section as well advertised as south' again.A. Ruby Proctor and Norma Dekle attended It IJ not our .niatoru to recommend ,tn eU-g unlosi
: doesn't
1 i Florida, one-half of those* who pass A. Durden is erecting a new a social at the home of Mr. they n-9 vorthy. trod reliaMn. 1+, n not our, hnb't to to belt j I".do,. eve return thin advertisement lead you
c through here would go no farther.FORD'S fence around his property on Main and Mrs Russell Parrish Saturday guarantee; a product unless! we can do so witn umiunlined orquestlunr troll. your money without argument '.
street. evening. siiKerity! or t.oy "your moue) Hack ti you want 1
uulc&B wo mean it. INSIST:
IDEA !Mr. and !Mrs. J. J. Brannen were Mrs. Mattie Drawdy visited Mrs. We ON VIM-Q.GEM YEAST I It" ,
( i"itronslotrj: VIMCCEVwe : -
shopping in Starke Monday. Lillian Dekle] Friday afternoon.J. oiior: \'IM-O-Gii.V; : Tablets on a money-back Look for the Whit and Blus package. and.....*

Henry Ford is considering a new Mathis! Wasden, of Graham, was!! M. Dukes visited friends. in Mil- guarantee, for the fol .,t reasons: inferior sufa.t.tute.. and Imitation..

problem, more stupendous than any of transacting business here this week.L. ler Friday and.Sunday.Mrs. It is a scientifically oulrured' highly concrntrnto.l Youth ten],

Its predecessors lie wants to do I J. Wynn was a business visitor J. A. Christie and daughter, yeast product.which icieuoe It contains ALI. THHS.K: of tho vita. way beau 0
away with war. He claims that the to Alachua county Tuesday. Mrs. R. B. Granger: of Valdosta, Ga., and health, aud which declares bu-ld are bodily necessary vigor to btu tiful. You

world's gold is in the hands of but a I Mrs. J. D. Pry and children, who were guests last week of Mr. and MrsP. muscle, and Btuiuly nerves firm wett-roundod strong Hpnh., it look YOU young reel ? alt

few syndicates, who make little off of i I have been visiting friends and relatives P. Dekle. energy and vitality. It also contains iron and other yo ng.You Y
their hoardings in peace times, but In in Omega, Ga., returned to their Misses Mae Duke, Annie Douglass] Thon, blood-enriching; properties. feel young

war times they'can' demand any interest home here Friday. Romeo Dekle] and Leroy Mizelle were is due cluetly>markabIesucoe to the presence which of the-throe OOENhasmpt:vitamin.. if you are tr
they choose, as their commodityIs Rev. Butler, of Campville preachedat guests of Misses Norma Dekle] and : Baker. yeuat,.wi uly used for ainul ir purpon.8, 'onhel1lthy.and. _
"vital for keeping up contfict; yet the Baptist church Sunday! : morningand Ruby Proctor Sunday. tams but ono; some food products contain two when That is thescret 't

they do. not part with their gold] but evening. B. L. Duke spent the week-end with : trash> and ulI I
loan out currency. Therefore they : A B. Y. P. U. was organized at the I his family here. I of The VJM-O-ULN guarantee tabletsandtake ia this: Come in as and, get 11 bottle K n'jP: you healthy..a,, t I t

naturally want wars, and will pro- I Baptist church and officers were elect- Allen Green and daughter, Mrs. D. i are not dnhghted with the result; if V1M.O-CF-: ; so"dol"' ''. til. t. '!
voke wars whenever possible, through ed as follows: J. O. Green visited relatives here on I

,.,. their agents 'scattered all over the I President, Lee Parker. l Sunday. rra.t...

world. : Vice President Mrs. K. B. Walter- Miss Annie Douglass spent the
r Henry Ford. ill negotiating: about son. i week-end with her cousin Miss Mae

buying the government works at Muscle | Secretary Elizabeth Wheeler. I II Duke.

., Shoala,"Alabama, but there i-I yet Corresponding Secretary, John Par- ''Desmond Dukes was a 'visitor hero

,work amounting: to $30,000,000 for kor- 1 iI 11:8: Sunday.

\ the government! to d9 before the Treasurer C..E. Harper. J(I Mrs. Douglass, of Ft. White, was

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_FRIDAY_. JANU.\I1Y. 1922. _
_. .- -. .. ..---. PACE FIVE: ..
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,I I. I
I -- ; Starke to render tho same assistance I g-clistic; and the sermon will bo on ; it is a cinch ho doesn't pay for them. .' I that would be given a stranger who : "The Preacher Who Thought lie I y "

Bits might be called into do the preaching Know, Cut idn't." We are pleased I i If all people were made alike life Leering to' Virtu** -X_. t

J of Local 11 I lie was right in saying; that no man with the strangers who visit! us and would lose half of its charm.' There 'i\'ell you. horn it mind to 'divertfancy '.
pour consider
I knows the people and their needs better share In the privileges of God's House 'would be no desire to criticise. of tin; gaud' qualities
your ticqualiiintiei-s ; lilt Uie enter
iFlifl\'t than a pastor, and is therefore better All are welcome, with your friend
a :
\ Information I prlHliiK vigor of this mini the moilcntj
4 .f o o't r I equipped to conduct such a series mud families. I Wo have no sympathy] with people] of another lhi Illicrallty of n third

: I of meetings than an evangelist who IHblo school at 0:30: a. m. anti C. Y. I who claim that lifo is du1Its\ and so on. Fur fhcn (hI nothing .o entortfilnlnif -

-'4f.r1 .."......."'C.:."wo".... r ) are needed, and will bused 0:30. normal mind ". exhibited: In the lnirncter 011 '

'\,. I ssswsrra: L__ __ I by Dr. Itullcn, but there are I occupied. 'I those we cuncl'rs'> with, orcnirrliiff n* J Jntiiiiermifity
t .__._._ ., times when the pastor and his people. ] WOMAN'S r us (" "NI""'. Lot tills' there,
R. B. Neal, of Norfolk Va., is -- should bo the evangelists.- To all-of CLUB :MEETING I Most humorists are people who con fore, be uUuiya at band.Marcus Au-
.1 children, of Jacksonville I eider
were weekend themselves] smart but are too' reIIAN! \ltronlnll14..
guest at the how of Dr. and which Amen.PRESBYTERIAN.
Mrs. wo ,
(guests ofIr.. and Mrs. say dense to other .
J. C. Wills. A. C. Tho Woman's Club met Wednesday convert people to their ------ '
Fling' and other friends. They were' afternoon at the beautiful home of i: way of thinking. STOCKHOLDERS MF.KTINOThen :
will be n mnt'tintr of the tuckholfluM
:Miss Martha J. Tyson of accompanied by Mr. Harbour's father CHURCH[ M. Truby on Cherry street, the I or tht 1.I1W"1NnUulnl, '..rm Irfinn AMOC!*. .a.
Gainesville J'I ..
whose linn held the eniirlloiiiiK in Slnrkc Sutuiiluy. n
homo is in the stato of teAses being Miss Mnbel\ ] Wellor If tho alienist is correct In .
is spending the week with her average .Inn. 14, 1U22 ml 10 oliwk, n, m All
cousin, Miss Locn Sweat. Washington. While in Florida Mr. Preaching Sunray. at 11 a. m. anti W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownleo There are some jokes which, though: mi'inlN'ra ura rrqumlud. to. In prtripnt nn then ;-r..
will bv
Barbour visited Daytona, Tampa, St. 7:30: p. m.Subject Mrs J. II. ] Itt'h. J oft repeated[ never grows too old for nnftlnic.important Uuaintwp C to R,come HAl'l befurethe .

Tanlnc] is appetizing and invigorat- I, Petersburg, Jacksonville and Starke. for morning worship, "The I At thi> timo of the business session, consumption. For instance, congresi It'--- civtAry'Trpaiiurvr .A.

ing. Try it today. Turner's Drug Bible] -"A Defense of tho Inspired! the president, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, !ifs again/ about to resurrect that hoary

Store. i The Christian church, nt the close] Word. appointed Mrs. L. A. Davis chairman' old bird known ni "readjusted compensation fWORlICOLUMN
i I| of the Sunday night service, unanimously I Subject of the evening service, "The of finance for the next three months. I for the mon who fought thowar % O

Mr. and Mrs. called Rev. W. E. Daugherty, Dble-In Its Ministration to the En- The president read greetings from ." D
McClung, of South tire Man."
Bend Ind. have of Rockwood, Tenn., to serve as minister the state president of the F. F. W.
home of Mr., guests at the until May 1st., at which time he Sunday school at 10 a. m. A school] Miss Elizabeth Skinner. C"I A mathematician of tho coast and a
and Mrs. A. II.
Schilke.J. .
expects to return to Tennessee, dis- for the reverent study of God's Word. During the social{ period Mrs. J. F. geological survey asserts that during

F. Kickliter's store has hud. new pose of his property and return to I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 Canova gave a number of charming I the past ten years tho north pole has FOU RENT-llooms for light housekeeping d

flooring and been otherwise repaired Florida and make Starke his permanent p. m. Subject, Lesson from the Book piano selections. The hostesses served tilted
daring the week. home. Rev. Daugherty served of Esther.To I delicious sandwiches and hot choc I, !give a new ]lease of life to the profiteers 10tf.
I the Christian church here as pastor each of these services all who olate with whipped cream. They can "blame it onto the --- --
: some 27 come are welcome. We warmly invite The FOR KENT-Furnished or unfurnishd t''
The .
years ago. church deems February meeting will bo with pole" hereafter. .
Florida] peanut seed. J. "'. }{ickll.ter. { those who I I .' for '
i enthusiastic now. are not connected with an- Mrs. K. L. Bigg Hostesses: Mrs I rooms light housekeeping.
1132t. I I other congregation to worship with Mrs. W. A. Colley. I-8-tf
Riggs/ Mrs. I). E. Knight: Mrs. N. Greet the new year while it Is still j
us. Let us remember that the Sunday T'I --- -
| Ritcli and Mrs A. Price.
The finest cabbage in this sectionis school is for the old as well as young. ago away. ': LOST-Crnnk to Overland car. 'FindI .

found on the place of Albert Bron- for the that I return to this
young; prayer meeting SOUTH )please office and
FI.oum.1"Jl1t I
Sam Rosenberg has lately bought It .
ke. is often the case that the best
to the spiritual] needs of I be suitably rewarded. 1-13-21..
of R. S. Johns two lots on Jefferson man at a wedding Is properly named.
I youth as fully as to those of age. For the first time In its history, the
street, just west of Arthur Williams FOR
Lard tins at Kickliter's.Uncle SALE-North Carolina variety
'I Let
each of
us resolve ,
property. He then bought of E. S. South Florida Fair at Tampa, Feb. 2 Greetings! in 1923 we'll say it seed peanuts, .I cents f. o. b. Lake I,
I and suck to this purpose-to be conscientious I to 11 to have I
] Elbert O'Connor and Messrs.L. Matthews the cottage; on Call street In his promises a Hampshire again. Turk, Gu. I;'. M. White & Son, J
doing in
C. Litttle! and George D. Berghett, i known as the Witkovski house. It part public I swine show, one that will surpass | Lake Park Ga. 1-13-41<< "I,

of Jacksonville, were visitors to town has been torn down and the lumber is worship throughout 1922. The amountof '' any that !has ever before been Old P. T. Itarnum once remarked -- ___ j ...
blessing which we get from the 'held in this state. Owners of of t'
being hauled to be used in the some thnt "a fool born "
Sunday. away Is every minute. FOR RF.NT-I'wo comfortable! ] fur- f
services of the church depends chiefly
the best herds in the have
I erection of a cottage on the lots mentioned what we put into our church life. country signified That, though, is going it rather strongat ni.shc'd rooms. One with fireplace, >',

Andrew Sullivan, of Theressa, Fred Chase is_the contractor._ Very ]largely] it's (tap to us." Will we 'and the their spirit Intention of rivalry to enter between exhibits themIs the rate of 525,600: a year. NI other with boater. Mrs. F. A. '101'

brought to town Saturday a turnip I avail ourselves of our privilege? wonder the world it standing on its Scott, Starke. l-6-2t.:: "I>
leading them to their
weighing 2 1-2 pounds, the largest of TF.lmSTlsnIEET: ] G MONDAY bring very head. ,, ,1.
the EVENING best stock to the fair. 1 I afresh
season FOR SALE Two
Jersey cows', just
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES J. A. Franklin of the Burke County '
: If you want to make a fortune atone ; one 3 1-2 years, ono C 1-1
Two teaspoonfuls of Tanlac in a Next Monday will be the second anniversary T Hampshire\ Farm at Midville, Ga., has throw just begin the cultivation years old; one luroc-Jersey hog.Prire .
Last Sunday was a good day nt the written the fn;r association that he
I little water taken three times a day of the National Prohibition of fig trees. Indications point to a to suit purchaser. P. B.
just before meals will make you eat Amendment. The W. C. T. U. has arranged Christian church. The Bible school I will reed eleven pens for his exhibit. tremendous demand for the leaves in Johns Sturke. l-r-4t.)

better, feel better, sleep better and ; an interesting service to ho was good. .and
work better. Turner's Drug Store. held Monday evening at 7:30, at the / worship was about 75 per rent j I Chc"ter'a.., is also planning to enter FOR SALIC-At Lawtey, one and one

I! Methodist church. There will be an above that of the preceding Sunday. ,some prize winning swine in the I I half acres of good strawbery land
At night some the largest audience show."I ., "RESPECTFULLY DKCI.INKD"Mot ) : : i and five room cottage $.100. Balance )
H. A. Bishop has carpenters at excellent program and fine music. Everybody say I I I I
work on his cottage, corner' Thompson ] invited to atter.'t. All who that had assembled in the church have just received a letter from I'| like rent. Very desirably located; :',\

\ and Jefferson streets, lately stand for law/ enforcement or who for years. II Mr. !Murray," writes Mr. Franklin to infrequently the Telegraph receives one block from high s'hoDIrs.] ,

from F. F. Stump. purchased love their country and want to see At the conclusion of tho evening I General !Manager: P. T. Strieder of tho letters containing doctrinal T. S. Stark, R 2, Box, 421-L, Buena i

.j. i| the sovercignity: of the law upheld worship the proposition of calling Eldor fair association, "stating/ that he has matters, which the writers wish to Vista Station, Miami, Fin.]: 1.131t'WA : .
I W. E. his herd down there and that ho hm have ]published, or what arc intendedfor --
IMugherty ns minister
Mrs. C. ,V. Liddon has returned are expected to be present. until
tot .
for the public, to bo -Rpliablo family] to operate
t sermons
her home after several : May 1st was put to the entire au the best any man ever saw. I guess w
spending/ i pronched through the columns of the n good two-horse farm in Wa-
months In Jacksonville with her FOUND' dience. The call was unanimous. Tho we will have some Hampshire show,

, daughter: Mrs. Jack Rollins.J. I minister's salary consists of tho free I j I as I think I have !got a very good! herdI ] Telegraph. When such letters. arc tcroak section, on share crop basis',
signed return them to the* writers with some extra help to take car
I A place to spend Sunday evening will offerings of the church, and those I drew better than my share of the wo

W. Morgan/ Is in St. Petersburg, when in Starke-Epworth League/ who are helped by his ministry. lie blue and purple ribbons in Atlanta, marked! "rpltp<,ctrl1l1y di-clim-d.! of pecan grove.. Good proposition(
; reported that for the Savannah, Macon and Jacksonville Wh>ol1 unsigned, we throw them into for tho right! family have milk
month' ,
superintending final touches to n First Methodist church, 6:15: p. m. i past '
the waste basket. rows and. would give interest In
bungalow, under building/ on his lots Miss Made Middlcton will lead the ex-penses. i| and am willing/ drive my herd into
I hlll s. Apply at once to N. D. \Valn-
The Telegraph it a strictly secular
on 'n choice residence street in the services, and we know the program ] the ring ntirIHtIr.! Murray or anybody
I < and would defeat Its wright, Stnrko, Fla. It*
: better ]paper purpose
"Sunshine City." will bo /good. S. E. Ritch will directthe Sunday should! bring u else.
< i;i music, with Mrs E. K. Perryman attendance, both at Bible school and | Another well-known herd from and hopelessly rnmlri itself wore It IJuli-My-TNm:

:Mr. and Mrs. Bonham, who camo at the piano. I (the commanded, worship. Now is the Ohio is also expected to enter the fair to print "dope" that would lend to religious pain killer for, infected nnnsoplic Sorely; rind -

here from Qhio, are stopping th., '' Come and bring some ono with ) time when every member should) be at in competition with Messrs. Franklin ) controversies. furiously letter, sprufns l, neuralgia, ncetlnthliynl.4 -

t home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Fernan 'Ol1'j concert pitch. In view of what has and! Murray, besides number of entries enough/ many. railing themselves r'Ii'1 \(Iv-

1 dez. DEATH OF MRS. WILEY already been done, and) of thf great (that vf" *M! made by Florida far gious n-e ry Intolerant, and If -.- ---- ---------
things before us, and of what God has mers. iHvc, om, the prlvih'tro of using tho Only One "IJ ()MO QUININIT'fo

Bliss and Rose Irish potato seed. Mrs. Minnie Wiley, wife of Mr. 1 in store for us, if"we only prove faithful | paper for flt'friiig up "trife, we muss t get file' ..r.miln...t: "it r ',,11 nnmv fA3CA

J. F. Kickliter. l-13-2t. I II Varley Wiley, died early last Saturday -: and liberal, nobody should be : CARD) OF) THANKS accord, his n|>|-."ncnt the soma favor. I IIV'\l' 4.KOVK'IIIIOMOJtM.NI. Cure"i I:<." '< nllln Lnnkforclirimturvof flue Wry, ttlop i

i morning at her home in the southern found ]lugging or faultfinding.The / During/ tho rer'mo' of a former editor ti.li mitt' tK'iulnctK' set work" oft r<>ld. JbcE.K :

Humphrey & Co. have disposed, at part of town. Her death was not next program In nt follows: We take this method of extendingour many years ago, such a controversy -- .

n fair price all their holdings/ near unexpected as she had been a patient Choir practice thq 12th, 7:15: p. m. heartfelt thanks to the I"nple'of was allowed to go on until, when I

I Whitehouse, consisting of turpentine 'sufferer from tuberculosis] for the Bible] school, Sunday, 10 a. m. II Lawtey for their kindness during the the paper lost patronn-ro on account of

location and 2:>,000 acres of timber. | past year or more. At 11 a. m. the theme will be-- sickness and death of our wife and it, it was summarily stopped.' !

| Previous to her marriage Mrs. Wiley "Ready to Go, Rebound and Die." Acts I mother, 'id also to Dr. Brown for his If n preacher wants to air his doctrines l i'; 'll. '( \{ \ 'I

As usual this time of the year, the was !Miss Minnie Keene, and at 211213. untiring efforts to the last I i let him iii) it in the p'llnlt. An AfTOUNkY-AT ')

japonica bushes in Mrs. T. N. Lim- the time of her death she was only "Three Salvations." 7:15 p. m. J. M. Mann and Children. amhi thins layman ran do so In t; "' ilenoininationul STARK:, FLORIDA '

baugh's! front yard are covered with eighteen years old. For about five papers. The KCCII'M' wo .

bloom, presenting/ splendid appear- j years she had been a student in the BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Russia appears to be a land of famine press lights shy of such activity. ,

ance. B. II. S., and her schoolmates and where the leaders grow fat. i ,

S i ______________________ I(i friends here very much regret! her un- We have heard some severe criticism _______ _____ i II i
Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. E. '!timely death. Two weeks ago she of Stare, with respect to the There are times when it> is belter |; Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed .

T.. Campbell and Mrs. A. C. Fling motored I' joined the Methodist church. indifference of the people towards to keep pouted than to be posted. :

to Melrose Wednesday to visit i Rev. M. L. Smith conducted the fu- public worship on the Lord's Day. I Th" man who it tolerant of others''' Sosnowski Wilt Resistant' Variety. Second year horn

:Mrs. Harry Grimes. The party returned -I octal service at two o'clock Sunday Judging from the number of men and it nol often criticised himself. ,

to Starke Thursday afternoon afternoon, and she was burled at the ,|women who regularly attend upon tho I '. Islands.

I cemetery near Theressa. Kind friendssent services of the Baptist church, we Whenever we read of an American Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil.

Miss LaRue Davis, of Chattanooga; beautiful flowers to cover the have come to believe that such criti! girl\ marrying a foreign nobleman we
Tenn., only weighed 76 pounds. After newly made grave. I'I cism is unjust. For the size of the can't help wondering, how much she Price $2.50 per bushel in two bushel bagsf

taking three bottles of Tanlac she i .__ town, and the attendance upon worship -" paid for him. I o. b. Hawthorn, Fla.

now weighs over 100 pounds and is U. D. C. MEETING in all of the churches, Starke I .
enjoying the best of health. Turner's I compares favorably with Whi,. na man can truthfully nay he '
some of the The A. P. Brantley Co. Blackshear Ga.
Drug Store. Mesdames S. E. and J. M. Brown best communities we have been in. I'I I 1.1 not interested, {In his wife's gowns ,

I lee entertained the United Daughters Last Sunday it was a delight to look I __ -- ___. ___ __ ___.___
Tuesday afternoon at the monthly ; of the Confederacy last Wednesday Into the eager faces of so many who I Cffi tCID!DJIQUDcnmmmmmmmmcJlJJUmlB! at0ia70ttOt301fl1Q01fN9tCtQiROOmOJGIi601tDGr{ IIDICDlffmWlDCDJ.OIJIDmCDlI1CmmmmlOOlCDQIDDClmfI) i
meeting of the W. C. T. U. the subject j afternoon from three to five, at their had gathered to worship and to hear

for discussion was "Putting the lovely country home. the Word of God. Live, sympathetic

'Force' in Law Enforcement." This I During the business session the personal Gospel messages appeal to

proved to be a very interesting meet. president, Mrs. I.. G. Powell, presided the men and women of this communIty Invitation

ing. I and Mrs. ,V. J. Epperson transactedthe as strongly as to those of any oth Special to Young PeopleThis

duties of secretary. As the 19th er. Of course there are some upon
N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea. inst will be Robert E. Lee' birthday whom the church makes no impression -

nuts. We offer New Crop Florida'land' also the time for the J. J. Dick. ; in every town such are to be

Runner Seed Peanuts at 87 1.2c per Icon Camp to meet, it was decided to found. They don't want to be im
bushel ((3 l-2c per lb.) f. o. b. here. 11.1 I entertain the veterans for dinner at pressed. Like the horse, their thoughtsrise Bank extends to every young man or woman in this communitya

T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. 1-0-tf ,]I the Juanita Cafe. little higher than a measure of special invitation to become a savings depositor.

I Among the new members were Mrs.J. oats. But to declare Starke to be .

The Woman's Club of Starke will I T. Moore and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine, "the toughest place in Florida" unbecoming Only by careful and systematic sailing may you hope to acquire the
attend in the churchon
service Baptist of Mrs. George C. White and one who is
Lawtev, supposed to tell
Sunday evening, Jan. 29th. This Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. I II the truth. funds necessary to eventually branch out ir. business (for yourself.

will afford all women of town and I The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. W. There'wilt be Divine Worship on I

opportunity to hear a special sermon L. Wall) and Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson, Sunday at the usual hours" '11:00 a. No great amount is necessary to open an accouut. You can do so on i

the suitable life to woman and her place in served a delicious salad course. m., and 7:30 p. m. In the morning any sum from one dollar up. You can add to this account (from time to .r
of the community. Dr. Butlen will have for his
topic, r'I
/ REVIVAL MEETINGS "Rising to the Occasion. This is a time in any sum you desire, no matter how small it may be. ;
)Ir. and Mrs. R. II. Barbour and
I message for Christian people,
l I On Sunday last Dr. Uullen pastor and one that will be helpful to all I

iIIalir' Catar: h Medicine: of the Baptist church, announced his who attend.

VrhoM who ere In .a "run down" ''*""''- intention of conducting a series of The evening' service will be .
ttn will ii e10'.. that Catarrh bothers ihttr.inch : evan-
In.r. Ulan wt.en tU oo"/ .a/o Ir SJMWh.alih. meetings, beginning towards the end -- ---
.Is This a-local tar--r.'prSvoir It next,.. .wMittirh -llv!" 4'h-luau I of the month. The preaching will he ':," 1.1).j.,.... .. '. ..' ,,-.tlyr:tl t"WrJl4' BANK OF STARKE I
>ce1, bv c.f*'"Itu."f1!!....",' "tQirr' > i done by DC, Bullen, who expressedhis .,,',.J ,IM r.tI f St NII, I 1.1Y''I.i'} '. M fin 'in
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the emus surfaces "t %ii/e anti!o.. ;,.I.lb t intfN 'B1'roriUinv I ;IiUV;: .., I' .1,i : "-11 E. S. MATTHEWS. Prtt. <<"D. C. WHITE.BmffgijSpiga Ceshier
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WEEVIL INFESTEr CORNSiIOULDN"f A TALE OF A WHALE IN TilE Farm and agricultural credits,

1-- I BE FED l'ANAJlI.CANAL methods of marlll>ting, financing
_....._...._...........................................-...............-:--.. V exports, and the part the railroads

.r .jI I I Are weevils eating yo"ur corn? Do Jonah's Original Submarine Offered a play in the development of husbandrywill

With The Bradford you expect your present supply of Big Problem to Canal Forces be given ample consideration. The

I corn to carry your stock thru the win- conference, Mr. Harding said, would

ter and next summer? I you do, andif A whale 80 feet long and big in proportion be expected to cooperate with the special -
I County Farmers the weevils are eating on the corn, got inside the two breakwaters congressional committee now investigating

it will be to your interest to get busy I in front of Colon through the the agricultural situation

and I this weevil narrow opening between the two, with a view to formulating remedial
._..... ..... rR4Y stop ravage.
__..- ______.... .... .W. ..N..M nn A .
I I Specialists of the Agricultural Extension vu'.Iuh; used to be closed with a chain legislation.It

I 'J Division again are warning net in the days of the German submarines. was made plain at the White

> farmers that corn' housed in open The whule .passed through the House that the information the
DAIRY COW ONE YEAR cribs will be eaten up by weevils, if'' opening and,then promptly forgot how would bring forth was for the

/' left there long. If your corn is storedin he got inside. He wandered at first benefit of congress as well as the ad-

California gentleman from the open cribs, or if it has been given investigatingly over toward the sub- ministration. In other words, con-

I {I city purchased a bit country homo I What will it cost to keep a dairy What This Buffalo PhysicianHas no treatment for weevil 'control, it 'is marine base at Coco Solo, skirted the gress in expected to deal with tho situation .

that had been vacant several years. cow for a year? This question Is Done For HumanityThe II necessary for you to get busy at once. beach" of the aviation field, found the I promptly. The administration

After spending a large gulp for Improvements frequently asked. Professor J. It!. If you have an air-tight crib, or water getting too shallow on that side will get behind the conference's

i J he moved in to find that Scott of the Florida Experiment Sta- Dr. Pierce picture of Buffalo which, N.appears Y., was herB takenin of room, put the corn in it and apply and then meandered over toward Toro II and back it to the limit, especial program

: the rats made his nights hideous andthe tion answers it. I)10.! As a young( man Dr. Pierce (carbon bisulphide. If you have no Point, where the big guns are. ly in congress. The fact that the rail

I t gophers destroyed his lawn, Harden lie says it is difficult to answer practised medicine in Pennsylvaniaand tight 1'0011use barrels or boxes. It : Finding himself still barred from roads will be represented at the

r and trees as soon as they were such a question intelligently, becauseof was known in far and wide for his I is essential that the crib, or barrel, : exit he started up the canal toward ference indicates that the administration con-
t success alleviating disease.
planted. To add to his discomfort, the wide difference of opinions as lie great early moved to Buffalo and put up be practically air tight. Two poundsof Gatun Dam. means to lower transportation

a half-dozen barn owls chose his to how much feed a cow should be in ready--usa form, his Golden carbon bisulphide is enough for What would have happened if he rates, so far as the farmers are con

I house .for a meeting-place. They given. For instance, some think it Medical Discovery, the well-known every 100 cubic feet of crib space. If had taken into his head to charge one cerned. The Harding administration

I flapped, stamped, fought and hissed wasteful to give a cow more than tonio builder for is made the blood.from a formula This strength-which you have to use barrels, a larger of the lock gates at Gatun must be takes the stand that prospects for

I on the roof, and in the attic, while eight pounds of grain a day. On the Dr. I'ierco found most effective indiscuses amount than this should be used because left to imagination, but a valiant sea 1922 are bright in every line exceptin

I the rats, in increasing numbers, other hand, many careful feeders do of the blood It contains no there will be greater waste. dog in the person of Capt. Wieshofer, agriculture, and the conference is
scurried squealed and fought in his not hesitate to give 12 to 11 or more alcohol and la an extract of native
This be secured at called for the
F' rods with the ingredients can any one of the canal pilots, revived the purpose of locating and
) bedroom and kitchen. One night pounds::! of feed a day and feel that it stated on the wrapper. Goo plainly red drug store. Make two applications, best traditions of the good old days, remedying the trouble there if possi

the exasperated man went out with is money well ffpent.\ blood, vim, vigor mud' vitality are sure the second about two weeks after the enlisted the help of the United States ble.

his gun to fire at an object in the How much to feed a cow will depend to follow if you take this Alterative fir>>t. This Is necessary because of navy/ -TVith a machine gun and saved _
Kxtrftft.: Dr. Plprca's Golden, Judicat-
i, moonlight, and :with u dull thud a on several factors: 1. The cow's Discovery cle.irs away pimples and the hatching of eggs which were uninjured the locks from the submarine attack. PERSONAL .-

heavy body fell\ on the veranda roof.: ability to digest and utilize feed for annoying eruption and tends to keep by the first application. It is After the whale was killed, the -

When morning clime he climbed into milk production. 2. The amount of the complexion fresh and l clear. This best to shuck the corn. problem of how to maintain the tra Is there rubbish and

the attic to find on open window milk she will produce. 3. The cost of Discovery Hi corrects a sick etuiuacli!the disordered, aids diges conditions The feeding value of corn infested ditions of the health department became premises ? Have you an junk old on your

leading out to the veranda, where ho the feed in comparison with the value tine, acts._ns a tonic_ i and purilli's. the weevils will be reduced 40 percent by a pressing one. Dead whales do building about dilapidated
owl he had killed, but,I of the milk blood. Writ Dr. Pierce1 Invalids your plum or on
found the big produced.Some February. This means that for not hold together long in latitude*!9. vacant
every a lot in the
of the Hotel in lluff.il': N. V.. and receive city limits? If so,
on the floor under the rafters cows can digest only a small $100 worth of Two locomotives and 75-ton
cunllileiiUul medical advicewltliout corn stored in a way a crane will you please clear it away, thereby
I I, attic, another blinked her eyes to amount of feed. If any more than charge. All druggists Hell Discovery, that weevils will be unmolested, $40 were pressed into service in the at- helping us to give your town a more
see what danger was near. She left this is given, their digestion is upset tablets or liquid. Send lUo for trial pkg, worth of it will be wasted. tempt to land the monster on Pier ((1 presentable to the
appearance citizens
her nest with two white eggs to crowd and be out of condition for several at Cristobal but the
I may The farmer who expects the best''' equipment of the and arrangers?
I into a corner. The eggs and the bird days. This will result in a very COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS work of his farm animals and at the canal was not equal to the occasion. Now is the time to plant palms,
did not interest the man no much ns : decided ducreuso in flow of milk. time feeds The whale did not budge. Thousand
same them
weevil infestedcorn shrubbery etc. Do
i Marion-The first butter has been your towards
the materials of the nest, built of Other cows may eat and digest/ n is making a poor calculation. of people thronged to see it. A woman making town beautiful.L. .

/ bits of fur and bones of his enemy, large quantity( of feed, but produce made by our new cooperative creamery An engine will not turn as many fell into the sea during the excite- your A. DAVIS JR.
which is being ,
rapidly completed.
the The attic floor was strewn
rat. little milk.
Some ment and
may consumea wheels on a small amount of fuel as was promptly rescued by
I with bits of dried rat skins and bones. large quantity of feed and at the Volusia -of I lit I will on a larger amount. A horse Vincent Simons, Cristobal's champion Mayor.
-Many our farmers
14" He now understood and stroked the same time produce a large flow of are swimmer, assisted by soldier both
cannot do a
much ,
as work CO Father
their on Willie
bird affectionate- preparing land for watermelons. :I percent are you and bob in
hissing, frightened milk. of whom
jumped into the
feed harbor to effect
owls All seed will be disinfected before as on 100 percent.CIIfCUMVENTiNG mischief again
j ly. That night a half-dozen The best to determine how the rescue.
t celebrated for hours, flapping, hiss much to feed way is to first find out how planting with corrosive sublimate. THE BOLL Canal activities assumed a holiday Willie-Oh, no, we're all right; we
are just
) playing with some of the
ing and stamping, but the disturbed much milk she will produce, and then WEEVIL form for a while, until.the Port Captain the
sleeper only smiled He was glad his St. Johns-One of our progressive issued eggs grocer left.-New York Dai-
feed That three- peremptory orders to
accordingly. is a get
I farmers and land is aboutto )Jy News.
friends were having a good time. developers I II' the derelict
gallon cow should be given more feed out of the harbor. Whereupon .
erect a sugar mill to take care of i New methods of cultivation and of
f After another week the noises ofUK' than a two-gallon cow. the tug Portobello was commissioned
) L the house ceased, not a rat or a I The amount of feed a cow will consume 50 acres of cane. We are continuing j I' application of fertilizer promise to to tow the leviathan 12 miles I He (exp aining. the game"YouKee )
our preparations for the S nth Flor enable the cotton farmer that "
get a good man second.
mouse;; be the sound out to
was to Keen, only profitably: varies from about flea, where the carcass was
ida Fair. crop even under boll weevil conditionsIf I His Girl "Well
-what did he do
heard in the night was a gentle swish eight to fourteen pound a day. The I the bombed by a naval airplane, and left "
of wings mingled with low hisses; the largest amount should be given when Polk Mpre watermelons new procedure advocated' by I to the mercy of the sharks which came first? Cornell Widow
will be
practical farmers
t, have studied '
noisy shrieks had gone with the the cow is giving the largest flow of in from the Curribean in shoals.
planted here this the
ever be- problem of boll
year : weevil
infestationand "Jman "
squealing and scurrying rats. milk. As the milk flow decreases, de. fore. New tracts are being opened by the United States department [ Thus ended the latest attempt attesting "Hero's on where first and third, said h?,

Fearing that his friends hud gone, crease the feed. When the cow is dry, up for citrus. All packing houses are 1 of agriculture is generally followed / the impregnability of the Canal Charlie we work the squeeze""Oh

he turned to the attic one evening to if pasture is good the feed can be reduced In operation. ;I the defenses The policy of disarmament dear, not right out here,
crop now marketing may be the It is "
so !
; find the mother owl guarding two to about half. I last short won, but it was the whale that public, please
|I one produced in the South.
f funny little balls of whitish gray cottony It should not be difficult for any Gadsden-We arc stimulating great The idea is to push the development was disarmed. It has gone to join Pittsburgh.

T, j, down, with hooked, beaks and one to determine the annual cost in interest in the production of Irish: and' of the plant before the second the U-boats, and the mighty skeleton
generation -
tiny talons resembling those of thu doltarn and cents for keeping his or sweet potatoes among our farmers. :I of the boll weevil appears to begin now reposes somewhere near where 1IlQfI i'x 1Ji !54kpL1iLf01W" iClUlrJlliwiJ!

big fellow he had killed, and reminding her dairy cow. Estimate the daily Large quantites of Big stem Jersey : its destructive work. This can- lie the bones of Sir Francis Drake, in I COFFINS & CASKETS

him of two tiny white monkeys feed sweet and Irish front of the ruins of Nombre de
grain at 10 to 12 pounds for 285 potatoes potatoeswill be done by putting beneath the future Dies. And a Full Line ofUnJerlGAera'
huddled in a corner for warmth. days; at eight pounds for the next be grown this coining season. plant before sowing plenty of a quickly

lIe snapped out his I light to watch. 35 days; and at four pounds for the available source of nitrogen like PRESIDENT CALLS CONFERENCE; Supplies

Noiselessly an owl friend entered rest of the year, or 40 days. This St. Lucie-Large areas are being nitrate, of soda, omitting side appli- TO STUDY PROBLEMS: : I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE '

with super for the little family. The estimation. will give something less prepared for the early planting of cations of the latter and, jn addition, Convinced Always on hand. ,The best service -
+ meal was a big gopher. than 4,000 pounds. In addition to the tomatoes in our county. planting closely. that the agricultural depression at the lowest Drlces. Special

The man watched an hour while grain, roughage should l be fed. Silage i 1 In the latter is nation-wide and its .nor--. attention to telegraph or-
I owl friends brought into the attic six I A local has regard, the best results sistence threatening to the general ere
good hay or some soiling crop are I Buy- nursery just been have been obtained Registered Embalmer.
i gophers i, rut, and seven field mice. good. Figuring on the basis of the started with the idea of furnishinglocal the by making welfare of the country, President I
rows three feet I
Now the two little owls have grownup cow's eating 10 pounds a day while I farmers with stock. Its future two plants to apart the hill and by leaving Harding has authorized Secretary of DeWTIT C. JONES
and the
and the owner smiles and wishes on pasture, and 20 pounds a day while seems bright. Thousands of fruit hills Agriculture Wallace to call an agri-
only six STARKE FLA
they were a dozen) His fields, lawn not on pasture, it takes about two tre.es\ are being planted on our farms. hoe's width or seven i inches, or a cultural conference to be held soon in

and garden are free of gophers, rats, tons a year. By finding out the cost apart In the rows. Each Washington. The meeting will be mwm,, 'lliI"JA JWI
I'I plant bears fewer bolls
and mice.- George Dnlard Bowers In than if set modeled along the lines of the
of grain and hay In your neighborhood Dade-Our farmers' market has become recent
wide apart as is the present NEXT DOSE OF CAI.OIELMAYSALIVATE:
usage unemployment
1ft Our Dumb Animals you can determine readily the so popular and requests forspace but there conference and will endeavor
are so many more plants YOUIt
exact cost in your case are so numerous ,we have been to cope with farm and farm
'1 HEAVY TRACTOR AND compelled to make stalls outside' to that the acre yield is very much grew. products problems from a comprehensive
For this coot will
dome seem largeat ia
ter. Increases in crops to the amount Mercury, Quicksilver. Shocks
standpoint.The .
care of the1 overflow.
e first. But you have milk, cream, of 100 to 136 per cent have followed personnel will Liver and Attack. Your Bones
not be
e limited to
butter buttermilk, and other milk this
practice. For
The Ideal American Corporation ducts Hamilton-Fully 50 percent more inst4nce, at the representatives of farmers and farm
in the
practically day
every land is for Mississippi Delta experiment station, organizations, but will Calomel salivation Is horrible. It
has just purchased a heavy tractor being prepared truck now include men
This for the labor
r and a power stump-puller to use i ia in costs year. about 40 excepting to CO cents a day. If, than was planted a year ago. Melons a plot lint which yielded fifty-five poundsof identified with industries allied with swells the tongue, loosens the teeth
cotton when the and
wiN'lead. plants were the agricultural starts rheumatism. There's no
with phases
connection it. This will enable of national
you will figure/ the cost of the milk, spaced 20 inches apart gave 110 Ibs. life, such as the reason why a person should take sickening .
'l the work of clearing to he done much if bought will decide packing, milling and
you when they were 7 Inches
only apart transportation calomel when few cents buysa
more rapidly and thoroughly. Hernando-Records show that farmers industries. Middlemenand a
I : David and Francis Coffin went to it pays to keep a cow.MILLER. who have shipped their fruit and 130 pounds when they were not the commission merchants, who large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tonea
thinned at all! Boll weevil or no boll have much perfect substitute for calomel It
; Jacksonville on a truck to bring back cooperatively have received from halfto to do with the handling of
the stump-puller, and Mr. Francis a dollar and a half more than those weevil, the latter would seem to pro- farm products also will be called in, is a pleasant vegetable liquid which .

drove back the truck loaded with con who shipped otherwise. Our dairy association mise a phenomenal increase in the and the co-operative market will start your liver just as surely as

it,, siderably more than a ton, while Mr. Miller, Jnn. 13.-II. S. Miller made is in excellent finaniclal con number of bales produced annually if I which has gained headway movement in calomel, but it doesn't make you sick .
a business trip to Lake Butler one close planting the
t were rule followed. certain and cannot
+ David manipulated the wheel of the dition. sections of the country will salivate.
.1. tractor. They attracted no little attention ; day last week.N. Close planting suppresses the vegetable be discussed. Calomel Ja/ a dangerous drug, besides

t at the points through which If. Stokes attended the Union Clay-At least 500 hogs: have been branches, it is said in explanation Announcement of the conference I it may make you feel weak, sick
and Bradford county school board and all the bolls and nauseated Don't lose
y; and inoculated this the plant can was made at the tomorrow.
they passed at Johnstown, when week in an effort to White House in the
' ;,,. they arrived.-Johnstown News., meeting in Starke Tuesday stamp out an epidemic of hog cholera. mature are set very early in the season form of a letter from the president to a day's work. Take a spoonful of ;
t ,, Murray Thomas was in Lake. But- a desirable thing in the boll weevil Secretary Wallace. The necessary. Your druggist says if you

y 1 If all people were required to live ler Saturday on business. Liberty-Farmers have Just order. country. Furthermore, close and the conference is left to the selection of don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts

ti on what they honestly earn we fear Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers, of Lake ed through the agent 500 pounds of early planting is advocated 'not onlyas of agriculture, under a general secretary in will wake up feeling great. No salts

Home of our illustrious millionaires Butler, visited the latter's parents: carbon bisulphide for fumigatingtheir a most efficient safeguard against struction that all phases of the situa- better than treacherous calomel, year

{.e ki would starve to death. [ !Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Rimes, Friday. corn against the weevil. boll weevil damage, but makes possi tion be given consideration and the Dodson'a Liver Tone Instead and you

B. E. Brown and family, of Lake ,ble the growing_ of loner,- stools. -- ottnn---.-'. appointees be representative of n._ money is waiting for you.Adv.643ASPIRIN .

1w You can generally tell when an of. Butler, spent the weekend on their Orange. Optimism prevails in far beyond the geographical limits interests invplved. the __ .1

i' e" flee holder Is rearing the end of his farm. Orange. Prospects are most favorable now set for it; in fact, in the very upper In setting forth his reasons for

!f'' term. His smile won't come off. Math Duke, of Five Mile, was in for excellent production this year. part of the cotton belt, according necessity of such a conference the i
y the
t i h >"" this community Friday. Grove work is kept up to date. Fruit to that veteran observer and authority president, who is known to regard, y

:, However, hope deferred is not as Quite a number of the people of and vegetables are in fine shape. I on cotton culture, J.. Sidney Cates, continued depression on the farms the Name :
bad as it might be. It leaves us some. this community attending the county I writing in the Grace Lopr, published the country with no little of "Bayer" on Genuirig
,: singing convention at Midway Satur by W. R. Grace & Co. of New apprehension
thing to anticipate. Pasco-Strawberries and cabbage York. asserted that it is unthinkable
day.J.. are going to market in an endless! Side applications of nitrate of soda that the United States with its Q

11 Honesty the best policy, but not S. Howard, of Dukes, was a business stream. have been used for the purpose of producing of agricultural resources should wealth

always the most profitable.JWNWHTTEtCO visitor here recently. I f[ a large top crop of cotton, but' content to "accept the status of be

Seeber Stokes visited friends in Columbia Walton-Several fine fields of the latter is no longer practicable. industrial nation." a distinctly -

county Sunday afternoon. blueberries pecans anti satsumas have The boll weevil generally takes it.

a.Waadl.mr It Cameron Fralick, of Providence,' been planted. Fruit will soon move I The thing to do is to get the bolls set'' .To Stop a Cough Quickie

) ia.r.rtua, was In this community Sunday after from here in carload lots. We are as early as possible before the second }(AYES' HEALING

.. 'r' noon. preparing for five cash crops: blue I generation of weevils can harm it. trough medicine which stops the HONEYS cough by a

? ptw J. L. Brown made a business tripto berries, cabbage, sweet potatoes, watermelons If, In addition, the cotton planter will healing A boxSALVE the inflamed and Irritated tissues.

1 Lake Butler Saturday. and cucumbers. prevent the adult bolt weevil from hibernating of Cods O-PEN-TRATE Beware 1 Unless '
,., Raw Furs Supt. O. L. Mizelle of Lake Butler far he for Chest Head Colds and "Bayer"on ;you see the
-- as can, as advised with s/1'8/ or on tablet. '
HAYESsHEALING every bottle gate:
of :: DAm.1
was In this section recently. The difference between the last war by the United States departmentof HONEY. The salve scribed genuine Aspirin I i 0
\ No worms In a Healthy Child tAll !lilies Frances Waters visited her slater and the next one will be principally agriculture, ,by destroying all the of should be rubbed on the chest and throat years anti by pby.iclae far twonty.m.Ae

: ., children troubled with Worm have aa uolihycolor Mrs. Russell Parrish, of Dukes, the time intervening. stalks. after the crop is gathered, all children suffering from a Cold or Croup P( a ly.proved sate by miUions. Take
... ,which Indicates poor blow)l. sod aanilo. a 'ldrb- affect at told 111I the Bsyerpack aj'6
r )I than la more or laaa stomach diuurbanca. Saturday.Dr. the trash of the cotton field and the : :: .1 combined wtib lha Healintf heal Tail Honer In- for Colds, Headache' N uralgia. Rheuua-
effect of iiem
I GROVE S TASTELESS was CHILL will TONIC aaifch given th blood.rage J. M. Mann, of Lake Butler, wasa The fellow without a dollar finds volunteer cotton by burning: or by the I.mve'.OPeo-Trots ikln anon stops a_Salve b. thrown the poraa of for ;Trfhe'. Toothache, Lumbago\ ,

_laxly PlOY far_toed'eentoaaadactvaMasnlStreogrhiuuoffffoedleei two or tbrae professional visitor here Thursday.J. little satisfaction in the fact that its burying It deeply, the cotton boll weevil a.to(the remadlrt_blued ar..packed In OD carton and the Tablets of HaRdy Aspirin tin COlI'boxes few of twelve er

whole.,_.. Nature wUI thro S. Brown male a business tripto purchasing power Is consdierably may yet be exterminated.-Times. Just traatmeat ia 33c also elf Jar cent* o
ask th : .
will &; r A
tb.worm*,and tlni Child baluiWTfout druggist for B
health., PIeuaII&&\au..'ne per bouJa. Lake Butler recently; greater than it was a year.ago. Union. HEALING HONEY HAYES' of MotiQncieeticiideoafte ? layt!'SalscyUc/otd'
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Frank Reynolds and :Misses Lomie, CONVENTION=" : PROGRAM Javksonvile visited relatives in Law- news I am not attending to businessat MASTER'S ALB

I Rhoda and Alva Thomas, attended icy Saturday. the oftlce. If I wear old clothes I I' Notice la hereby plvcn that under' and by
virtue of that certain final 1 ,
Theressu, Jan. 13-Rev. J. B. Crewsof I services at Graham Sunday night The Fifth Sunday Convention of tho Mrs. Sarah Rigdon of Starke, was am sloven-U I wear new clothe! cloiur made and entered on j :::ry"i for 102:' "
Long called to Lnwtey last week on account they are not for. by thn Judge" nf tho Circuit Court In and for
Bridge preached at the J. S. Forsyth and family have moved Churches of Christ of Union and paid What in thun- Bradford County Florida In that certain
Christian church Sunday morning uridevening. back to their farm.BRADFORD. Bradford counties will bo held with of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. deratlon is a poor editor to do any- en II.. wherein. J. W. Townncnd, T. J. Town
J. M. Mann. send and J. D. Alderman, aa Executors of 'llio\'
Church Christ Christian how? Like as not, someone will
the of or sayI entat of W. C. TownMvnd l. I Mrs. W. II. Sloan and children have Church. in Starke Jan. 28 and 29, 1022. Robert Dinkins was a visitor to swiped this from an exchange So I complnlnanla, and P. 8. Dunmork. Emf" \,
IVntnark 1\10 wife and Dank of Lake Huiler.
,I returned to their homo at Sampson, Those churches are affiliated with Highland Sunday. did! a corporation are defendants the undemlfrned -

after 1f'w days visit hero with her Bradford, Jan. 13.-C. M. Andreu "The Restoration Movement" wh'ehis Lucy Griflls and family of Manning caih to the will hlirhont otTor for and nale belt" and bliMc.r will, In null front fc-

sister, Mrs S. B. Woodard.R. returned to his home last Tuesday to unfettered by ecclesinsllcism, denominational spent several days with relatives When a pretty girl smiles at a fellow of the courtliouHH door In Starke, Bratlfoi, I ICounty.

Uurrows, of Starke, was a visitor i- remain for tho rest of the year. names and denomlnntionnl in Lawtey last week. it never occurs to him that she February. ,Florida 1022., on during Monday tha the legal 0th houra day of of

here Friday Mrs. J, V. Edwards was a visitor to creeds! ; and is therefore scenting' Charlie Shaw, of Raiford, was a may be thinking of an ice cream sun ala on meld' day for the purpose of aatlafyInir -
laid' anal deorra the following real m-
i, Messrs. J, II. Cribbs and W. C. AI.I Brooker Thursday.! I to restore to the world the !simplicityof visitor here Sunday. dae. tote lylav and being In Bradford County Florida .

I good, of Hampton, were visitors to There are a few farmers beginning the Holy Spirit's plan of salvation 1L.. Lomlholtz, of Jacksonville\ I I110ulh'AO'

Lake Geneva Thursday. They were ) to break land and preparing for an- and the transforming power of pure, spent Sunday with his family. In Circuit DRDEK Court.roil state rnti.iCATioN or :Florida. Elithth I 1ft. ,Icea Quarter 6 carol of".Sontheant.....d COif t also punter North-of.RtHitlon

accompanied by S. B. Woodard. other crop. undenominational New Testament Dennis Mnnn was called home from Judicial Circuit Bradford County. in dinner rant Quarter of Northeaxt Quarter of Section
rvK. S31 all laid landa being in Towu.hlp She
d ,1':\ Mrs. Jno. Kinard and Mrs. Strick ] Mrs. Willie Raborn and little son, Christianity. Manning last week on account of the I.. Wllion, Nouti,, Ran. 20 E..t.

t land, of Waldo, passed through hern j William, are visiting at Dover this These churches should strive to radiate IllnosS of his mother. v. Complainant. I Special Master A. 8. In CREW Chancery.!! .

,'1 r t onto to Lake Geneva. week. the remedial love manifested by Olin/ Marr, of Miami, visited relatives : Alden Hilton, et .1.! D. E. KNICin4.Solicitor ., I
for t./I./ ...J.1:
'+ ".' 'oodard has returned from Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington Jesus Christ; and be witnesses of the in Lhwtey Sunday. appearing. hv aiflilnvlt Defendant.It appended. In tho Cemplainrnta.4. -. \

I Starlu after nc\e.f days visit therewith preached at the Baptist church reality of salvation by the blood of The end death of Mrs. J. M. Mann 11.111, ftled In the alwve stated enuB. that Mary I
K. Conn. Ou* defendant I therein named I. PETITION TO HAVE BONDS VALIDATED
) relftlves.'I Sunru.-; and ho will act as pastor of Christ through n heartfelt loving occurred! at her late home at 0 o'clock non-reiildent of tin- ....", of Florida, nml l I. n a | rn Circuit Court, JCIuhth: Judicial Circuit
'I The farmers of our section arc pre- the church for the remainder of the obedience to the simple commands of Monday morning! after a lingering I realilont, of Stoneavlllit. New York rio| CurtfH I Chancery.In and for Bradford County Florida, in
Johnson. R. D. No. 1, and I In oVer the axe tit
paring to mulch their strawberries, year. Rev. Ware delivered an inter- His gospel. See Matt. 28:19-20; illness of several months Mrs. ;Mnnn l inty-one ypara.: It In therefore ordered thnt ('", .nty. Florida, and Board '
soil and in readiness esting address to those who Miss Emma I said non-reiiiilent I dnfondnnt: bo and: I IN hereby: lof'I Bond Trustees of Said County.Complainants.
tilling getting th'ngs present Sun Mark 10:15-16; Luke 21:15-47; Acts was: Rigdon before required, to appear" Ui tho bill of complaint .
I for another crop. day and extended an invitation to all 2:37.38; Romans 6:1.4.ProgramSaturday: her marriage, was born in Baker niil, In Anlil rnuml on or before Monday, tholllh vs e
j Mr. Dover of Starke has a visitor to attend services here second county 37 and the t clay of February. A. 1>. 1433. otherwtaetht The State of Florida
every years ago, was ,. alleirallons. nf unlit hill will bo laken M'' Defendant: '
hero Thursday. Sunday.J. 10 Session.; mother of seven children three girls confciiBeil by Haiti defendant.It I Petition to Have Bonds V allnVsBradford _
a. m., Opening ,
(I. further ordered that thla order ha pub Notice to the Tawp..... and (.IU..... ., '"
Mrs. R. Burrows and son, Willie, of V. Edwards has been on the sick 10:15!;, Welcome Address-Ernest and four boys, Mrs.\ Lucy Grime, Moo I Hulled once a week for four cnnnecutive week County of Bradford and State .! th'/tf./ "" ,
and list this and In tho Bradford County Telegraph" a h "" Florida
Starke, spent Saturday night week. Thornquest. Omie, George, Dennis, Carroll per published] In mud county and state 'II. Take notice that the County nf Bradford II
;\ Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Andreu attended 10:30: Response-S. II. Dodd. and Tate Mann. Besides a devoted Thla Jannury (I, 11122. r one of the county units of Florida, and theIbanl '
-- I of Bond Trustees of said 1 county h" I'
t S. B. Woodard. the candy pulling at the homeof 10:45, How to Make Our Conven- husband and children she leaves to Seal) Clerk Circuit ('.....rI.lIy I filed a petition In the above entitled cause, U' ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and Jack Waters Saturday night. tions More Efficient. mourn her death, her mother Mrs. C. A, KNIC.HT.: der date the 22nd day of December, A. I,. ..'" a
Fir' ,
: 11121. to have the Issue of Five Hundred
Clerk. a
1 daughter, Nealie, spent a few days Rand Crews was a visitor to Brook. 11:00: Discussion on Eph. 5:19: and Sarah Ri don, two sisters, Mrs. M. C. E. K. rnnnvMAN. Deputy I Thousand Dollar (foOO.000.00) worth 11.. ,,y

"'y last week at Waldo with :Mr. and Mrs. er Saturday afternoon. Col. 3:16: for the sake of unity. Mann, of Raiford and l Mrs. J. A. Alt- Solicitor for Complainant. l-11-Rt..10 Special bonds, authorised Acta of the I by tairislatur Chapter* of BR211.Fir r ..; ./..1

Autumn Youngblood. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell- and (Question: Do these Scriptures for- man, of Starke, a brother, Joe Rigdon, I', IU2I and by an election hold on Oo' "

t'' I Samuel Woodard was a visitor to Miss Geneva were guests of J. V. Edwards bid instrumental! accompaniment in of Starke, and other near relativesand Itorehy nutleo SHERIFF'S In Riven that RATC I. W. J. Rpper- ', A. D.of 1921 the In qualified which electors election a voting fareIty '

as Starke Saturday. and family Sunday afternoon. tho worship of God ?)-W. E. Daug- friends. The funeral serviceswere Hon, aherlfT nf Bradford County Florida, tin 1 voted for the liisuanoe, :of bonds In then First 4
der and by virtue of that certain writ of execution .1 I Five Hunlr l S.Ity Thousand. Dollars
J. H. Cribbs, of Hampton and S. B. Miss Lucille\ Harrell was the guestof erty, S. H. Dodd and J. B. Crews. conducted by Rev. II. J. Thomasof Laura out of .nd under the hand and ("in.00)) for ha-d durfaoln and Im"rovev. W.
rp Woodard went to Lake Geneva first of Miss Rosa Surrency, of Pine Hill, 12:00: Adjourn for dinner. the Pentacostal church, and Inter- esl of tho clerk nf the circuit court of Bradford '' loin public roads, aa provided for by sa'
county. Florida aitalnnt It. O (:nann and ler H622. validated' and confirmed by
the week where they are employed Sunday. Afternoon ment was in the family lot near San. In favor of Vlralnla-Cantllna Chemical' Company of said court. 1 Cjtl-
1 a corporation, and dated, the 2nd day of And that the 2Snl day of Dart**
work for several days. derson. The entire
at carpenter 2:00: p. m., DeVotlonal-Frances community extends January. IP. 2. will otter for aalo and sell to A. D. 1921.\ an order. Issued. out nf til;'.....1"
Miss Daisy Moore and brother Cecil PROVIDENCEProvidence Murrhee. their sympathy to the bereaved I tho hltrheftt ...nI.t bidder for cash In front court aifainiit the State of Florida. .....qu'.naIt. .
of the court houne door In 8tarke, Bradfordcounty.
throuiih the Honorable A. 8. Craws, Esquire
have returned home from South 2:15: Exposition of 2nd Tim. 4:6-8: : relatives in their great loss. Florida. daring lion lentil hours ofi Slat Attorney ,..>. the Ell 'r Florida, where they spent a few days Jan. 13.-Mr. and Mrs. Hale, on Monday the flth day of February Circuit' of Florida to show causa before the
"The Fight"-W. E. Daugherty."The 11122.\ for U,.. purpofto. of flatlnfylnic until eeeutlitn. i I, Honorable A. V. Long. Judiie. of said "ullrl.i .
during the holidays with relatives. Charlie Harden, of Port Tampa, arevisiting Faith"-S. n. Dodd. THE HARRASSEI EDITOR the followlnir. real rotate In Bradfordcounty. at I'alatka, In Putnam County, Florida" a
J. II. Allen and Calvin Hall were relatives for few weeks. Florida to wltt I i county In the aforvaald, elrculfc, on the 19th
a "The Course"-J. B. Crews. .", ijnnrtor of Routheant Quarter, I l land I day of January A, I). I 1922 at ten o'clock'
visitors to Waldo Saturday. Richard Shackleford, of Lake City "The Crown"-E. Williams. "Getting out a high-class family North Half of SoulhweHt Quarter ofSouthwest .. m.. why mold bonds should not be validated.
Quarter except H 1-2 aeren \lying la I II"
t Lee Burrows, of Starke was a visitor was attending to business here last 3:00: Report of churches, aT.d bus- journal," said the editor "is no picnic. square In Northweat corner thereof all In and These confirmed, therefore. to command: and
recently at the home of his aunt, Friday.A. mess session. If I print jokes, folks say I am sillyif see 3.1: Twp A South W., Rnniro J.. KPrKUMON.RherllT 22 .:n.t. you and -each of are pool and you and ....s

Mrs. S. B. Woodard. L. Drlggers and son motored to Adjourn for dinner. I don't they say I'm too serious. IfI of Drailforfl County, Florida.D. of the you Honorable are: hereby A. V.required Lonir, Judge to apiiear of said bef. "

S There will be preaching at the Baptist Lake Butler Thursday afternoon. Evening publish, original matter, they say I K Attorney, KNICiMT.for Plaintiff In Kvceutlon cult, at the County Court House In J'.
1 church Saturday and Sunday. Mrs1. J. D. Bagley and children luck if 1 l-n-M-2-'l. In 1'iitnam County. Florida, on the 19th.': ..
variety- from
ex- 7:00: p. m., Devotional-J. R. Bevill.\ publish things I January. A. D. 1022. at ten o'cloclunlty I iRr I
Samuel Woodard was a visitor to pect to leave in a few days to join 7:15: Round Table Discussion: other. papers they say I'm too lazy, NOTICE OP SrOCKHOIOKHS MKKT1NO and show cause If any validated you have and ;

Lake Geneva Sunday afternoon. Mr. Bagley, who is now in St. Peters- "What is Christ to Me ?"-Led byS. If I don't go to church they say I'm a I Notice meetlnir In hereby t>f the nlvon Mtockholder:: that the of reirular the Bank annual bonds otherwlie should the not alleiraltons ba I of thseok was

"""'Messrs. A. !Sullivan; and Blanton burg, to make their home. II. Dod,!. l1'ath'n-lll do go, I am a hypocrite. Slarka' will he held In lie honking. rr.omn tlonurs It li will nrdored be taken that this aa eonfnunl0 notice having ,

Owsley were among our visitors to Charlie Sistrunk, of Lake City, was 8:00: "What Do Ye More Than Others If I stay in the office I ought to be I..f Ktnrke. at 1.M, Florida) p. m,, on til elect Tueaday.a board January of dlrectora 17- once each week for three conne .

the county metropolis Saturday. here Friday looking after interests of ? or, What we have that the religious out rustling for news-if I rustle for for the ennulnir year and to tranmictuoh 1922.before; : l In the the said Bradford 19th day County of Ja"a9 a OUSI-
other kuvlneia may sumo before" them 'I
his soft drink business. world needs-W. E. Daught I aa CEO C. W III'I'E.l.ft.IIL I weekly newspaper published 1 Irion Wednesford r
County rlorlda, and tl I
WATERMILL Henry of Canhler.NOTICE .
Peters Hagln-Upchurch erty. said.. publications, be publish
& Peters of Jacksonville\ was trans. 8:35 service. OF APPLICATION FOR PARDON Iron.taro hrure the ."Id 10tl through here
1 : Prayer !
Watermill\ Jan. 13.-J. T. Reaves, acting business here last week.W. !9:00:: Adjournment.Sunday 666 .Tike aa. noon nolle thereafter that 1 will aa I on may March be hoard 14. IUWZ.o. apply A\ lina"y: : hand and orfluTthington.
of Gainesville\ was a business visitor L. Summers, one of the hustling I 1 for a pardon for Chimtor Craham who any of Decomber. A. D. IV2Jr.)> was tt bUill.
to section last week. farmers has large' of Morning Will break Cold Fever and plead Kullly to murder In ucotul deitrec. July CourW'i"Kton
planted patch WedneSty.
I our a 9:30: a. m., Devotional Services I a Kt.: IOU, In the Bradford County Circuit Court I Clerk or the Circuit -
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bryant were English peas for shipping. lie also (irippe quicker than anything Anyone diwlrlnif may then bo heard on tho Florida.Rial ..r
Mrs. S. II. Dodd. 'merlu of the application.Wm.. ( of the Circuit Coiir
shopping in Brooker Friday morning. expects. to plant beans squashes and and we know preventing pneumonia : C. HOnOES. I iiraiiford County FloriUiud through hero
!9:45: Special praise service -
O. ,Yo Thomas was in tho Lawtey cucumbers later. prayer -J\dv. 1-6-21-1-18 Attorney for I'vtitloner\ 12-a0-lil-1.t3.
-Led by Prof. Ernest Thorn-
section last week. Mr. and Mrs. Addie Kielling and _. - ,.. -.. -- IL and daughter
t Mr. and Mrs J. II. Brown were attending children have returned to their homein quest. = to Union county
10:10: Tho Bible School a Blessing.Four .
to business in Brooker Satur Jacksonville after a visitwith rel-
( 10-minute addresses) :
day.Mr. atives. To Young: People-C. F. Rivers.To nt Saturday andy l
nnd Mrs. W. W. Brown and Rniford Carver and wife of Ash- ho re.
I Old People-Wm. Blake.
I daughter, Willie\ Mae,. of New River burn, Ga., are visiting the latter's To the Community-J. B. Crews. '.Ft. White vietiaMrs. -
spent the week-end here with his parents mother. W. M.
To the Church-Jasper Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brown. Little :Miss Bertha Roberts has returned '
11:00: Sermon-W. E. Daugherty.
A. T. Thomas was visiting friendsin to High Springs; to attend Commercial was
"The Church-
Subject: Conquering
Graham Thursday and Friday. school. : fat
What Are Its Characteristics ?
Lee Green of Pine Hill\ was here J. D. Stanst-11, of Starke, was here A'
11:4: !)-The Communion. .
Saturday. Friday! afternoon attending to legal! rjt and
12:00: Adjourn for dinner. Delegates
Sollie Carter left Friday for Okee- matters. ;
will dine In'homes to which they #
f.iobee, where he will stay for some Mrs. Charlie Douglass, of Mikes- :
have been assigned. fob Printing ,
time. villc, stopped over a while lost Thurs- Fay,

Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Goodge and day afternoon enroute home after Afternoon ,tgtonivW

children, of Sampson, have moved to having been to Lake Butler to place 2:15, Devotional-Mrs.. E. .>. ': I'it ) i'

our section. her daughter, Annie, in school. Daugherty ,', i -
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren left J. C. Ward and son were business! 2:30, Christian Endeavor-Mrs. : 1<; .'

Saturday for Raiford. visitors! to Lake City Monday.C. Bessie McCruder A. A. Futch, Miss ; :. '!;'. visitor \

r Jack Goodge was in Brooker Sat- M. Smith has purchased the J. Frances Murrhee. ,J,1" I. ,,:::1'
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urday. B. Zow farm and is moving into th,] J.15, Missionary Session. t: ,il.!,; sea visl.Jr' i-
of Lake Butler inf 4:00: Report of committees. i ,
j S. Thomas was property this week. "

this section Sunday. I Allen Crews, of Jacksonville, was Evening f.-, of Forti

f I t Leslie Green, of Pine Hill, was in attending to business here Saturday. 7:30, Sermon-Prof. Ernest Thorn- CARDS this com-

S this section Sunday. Charlie Fralick, who several months quest. <..
I W. R. Hodges attended Sunday ago suffered a stroke of paralysis is Subject: "God's Disponsasional d through
Dedan Dealings! With Man; as seen in the POSTERS '. .
school at Sunday. indisposed this week. te to her
'. I Mrs"' Eugene Bryant, of New River, Dispensational Religions of the Bi ..
and Mrs. Bertha Stokes and children, LAWTEY ble.All VHrooker,
of Brooker 'of Mrs. J. II.r't Churches of Christ in Union ,
g 1'' ;$ were guests BILL HEADS i if were in
r ; Jan. and Bradford counties are expectedto' 1
Brown Sunday afternoon. Lawtey, 13.-Mr. and Mrs. 't .

" S I,. Racy Holton, of Starke was here Chas.", Dinkins and family were call- Bend at least one delegate from NOTE MEADS guestinoon.

11. attending to business Sunday. : ed to Sanderson Sunday on accountof each church. Instruct your delegateas $" .

Wiley Kelly, of New River, passed the death of a relative.Mr to how much the church represented WINDOW CARDS r' :

through here Sunday. I .and Mrs. Mack Mann, of Rai will contribute to evangelistic fundto ; 'H

Anyone; having news items please' ford, !spent several days in Lawtey b. used to( support evangelisticwork SHIPPING TAGS : :' !

1 report to the correspondent. It will last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. in said counties. Also supply ,,1: AlIve oys-

be gladly received. J. M. Mann. delegate with accurate report from LETTER HEADS ..... nlta Cafj

\ Mrs. J. D. Randall, of Orlando, church. ,,Tho proceed
ZIFF "spent, the week-end with friends in The citizens of Starke in* general, the activities ?.fI

Lawtey.Mrs. and the churches in particular, are invited .f l I ge of the pubS -

Ziff Jan. 13.-J. B. Thomas and R. R. Thede and little daughter to attend the sermons of the r
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ii daughter, Lomie were business visi were visitors to Ocala last! week. convention. ;

tors to( Starke Monday. Miss Claudia Terry is 'spending a Respectfully e f EVENING; ;

k Mrs. S. L. Prescott and son, Willie few days with relatives in Jackson TILE COMMITTEE.the ,, t .

are numbered on the sick list this ville. ,/ ;. give an oys-

week. Rev. I. M. Belt, of Macclenny, fill- week. Friday) for
Eldon Baxter and Willie Mae Oliver ed his first monthly appointment at I George Mann was called home from If. house fund

passed through this section Sunday the Methodist church Sunday, both I Green Cove Springs'last! week on account : bey, coffee

afternoon morning and evening, to large and I! of the serious illness of his radford I dot candy

( Dave Green and Evan Hodge, of interested! congregations.Miss mother. of young
Pine Hill, were visiting friends in our Rebecca Whitehead visited I Miss Lena Friego went to Jackson lame has

I community Sunday afternoon. relatives in Starke Sunday. I villa this week to spend some time .* (t. his cafe

Mr. R. P. Lewis and family and Joe Rigdon and family, of Water- with relatives and friend J#' 0 assist

Lomie Thomas spent Sunday at the oak, were guests! last week of Mr. and Miss Etta Mann, of Raiford, spent CountyTelegraph begins
home of K. Mills. Mrs. John Mann. several days! in Lawtey last week at + rre I i.s the

; Harry Howard and family, of Fairbanks E. Harris, of Green Cove Springs, the home of her brother, J. M. Mann.C. ,

;h have moved to the place recent. |( "spent, several days in Lawtey last R. Sapp of Starke, wen a visitor J,

ly vacated by K. Mills and family. We I week. here Sunday. torrqurst arrived in

welcome them to our community. Miss Ruth Skipper returned to her Louise Langford, a niece of Mr. and l /, She has been at

Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas home In Jacksonville Saturday after Mrs. R. R. Thede, was taken to Ocala .k (lender than si"itiitim (

ti were guesst of friends Sunday. spending about a week as the /guest last week where sl.a will attend school + treatment for

Rufus Hodge, of Pine Hill, was attending -, of her brother-in-law and sister. Cecil Whitehead visited relatives in she has joined herfamily

Sunday school in Dedan Sun James Browning, of Jacksonville, Starke Sunday. ghter: the
7 spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Bennett of STARKE FLORIDA iir own home, then

x day.Mrs.. Ruth Bedenbaugh and sister, and-Mrs. B. D. Browning, near I.aw- I, > the Theressa

Alta Newsom, of Hampton, spent the To Cure a Cold id One Day -- .

week-end here guests of their brother tey.Miss Pearl Bennett, of Jacksonville, Take LAXATIVE CUOMO QUININE! Tablets ) )
tops the UMMt nJI1eailu.il: > and worn off}
Perry Newsom. i visited relatives In Lawtey first of Cold, r W. GROVE* elSilaure: tea. :dvtem.



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--- --- -- citizenand of the functions I able to report plans for tho removalof mere( should bo the leader in all this. I If you can plan so as to even in a -
SENSIBLE CIVIC TALK tion, make that opinion known to congress i good one .
I ; and obtain a hearing. I, of every chamber of commerce is to traffic obstructions and tho provis The retail stores of tho town 111'1.1'K slight, degree improve production, and tH,
furnish the people( with an opportunity ,ion of improved facilities, which plaza most important community asset transportation facilities, bring about! ofjhc
ke Man Given Advice Applicable close relationship which natiunnl ,
City The
I viewed in that light by better relations in industry, increase
: to express their citizenship in will be so compelling in their presentation and should
its .ds
to Sturke chamber bears to organization
f In- constructive counsel and action for as to bo assured of public sup- the chamber of commerce. It is tho and improve retail trade, stimulate
members gives! it a very great. the good of tho community.Your port. Prepare not an everything-at- store that brings the farmer into the your sales forces to greater and more ry
f of the I
I he other day at the meeting terest in their success.
and Intelligent effort, and better living,
does not end with :once program, but a ono-thing-at-a- town to trade. The larger morevaried lid
chamber of conifC9 and
umbla county Busy workshops, fertile fields I time, and as rapidly as the public can the I i .munlclplll boundary lines. It extends -
Calvin Brown held forth from your le-
fJLr. of communication
easy means need and apply you will have taken a part in
t te onward and outward to cover be made to see the reputation for good values and fairprices '
Luke' City's needs and the reme- some of the elements '
to place lire
place the national non
I It the remedy. .ho more attractive tho displays program.
tl An entire retail trade territory. ,
i for unsatisfactory that make a nation great, and a your
civic structure of Lake City isry nation is but the sum total of its it! the betterment of business, living Industry, commerce -cuvies the better the service and theInure America today is the credit nation ial I'.
much like Starke's, we reproduce community units. Perhaps many of and marketing conditions in that ter- should all have a place on the prog- | courteous: and accommodating! of the world. It has a compact
salient portion of the speech. Mr. our national problems could bo solvedif ritory that you should have in mind. ram. Careful consideration should be the salesmen the more rapidly the domestic market making for quantity >ten
.own said, in part: could break them up into just., Now anything that can be done to given to the subject of industrial re- I town will grow\ as n retail trading: production and can produce much of I
merica today holds a winning hand we little pieces as there are well better such conditions in your retail lations, improved merchandising center and the wider will bl'< the territory what the world needs at a lower cost( tot
us many the betterment of living conditions from which it draws trade. than many other countries and at the I
tradu ihcrease purchasing methods, i
territory '
llho world game, but much dependsn organized units, leaving it to each to ] :1-(
it.Ve and adds to tho wealth of both and to parks, playgroundsand Looking upon the store us a community same time pay good wages.
the way she plays do its bit. This is one of the reasons I power I I -
have more than a third of all why we need well organized and well 1 merchant and producer. This is a national schools. We want to strive for n I asset, the chamber of commerce I have visited over 200 cities duringthe t-
gold in the world; our banking conducted chambers of commerce in as well as a local activity. It contented working class, stores so excellent I i should lend its aid to nil movements I past year or two and the mora I I'I''n
tern has successfully withstood the city and town in the country. I' is doubtful if there is a community I' that they will serve the trade for better merchandising, and to style see of organized communities the "f-
latest strain in its-history we have every There are certain essential elementsin anywhere in our country that equalsits ,| needs of our tributary territory, and ,i shows: dollar day Bales, pay up campaigns more confidence I have that the spirit -
H fair crops; hundreds of millions the building and conduct of a successful business and social possibilities.The i ample school facilities. And we wanta exchange of credit information 'which helped win the war will help tlu-
(re been voted( for public impiovojnts chamber of commerce. The right sort of committees composed -, city plan. Every city no matter j I II I trade excursions and salesman- maintain peace at home and 'help restore >iln-
t of familiar with the territory how small it is should have a city' classes. order and na
,_ ; there is an unprecedented de- i first of these in a strong understanding men ( ship ultimately prosper -
,fMknd for houses and buildings of all of the position it occupies in the I ought to be able fo make definite plan, no matter how simple it may b.j j Salesmanship classes are not alone ity to a stricken world. We may each on
k nds.ae. I I community life. Those whose support ': practical convincing statements of We should vision our city as we wantit for tho purpose of teaching salesmanship do our bit working in our own communities -
c (:- : cost of production IH higher than ill.80lidted are entitled to know that what can be attempted, and these I to be, and as we are determined to (I If properly conducted they can : with the tools at our command mon
J; the the war and is bound to re- it is not organized and conducted In J:1'I' statements ban be made the opening : make it be, and with this in mind weI I be miidt to train young mon in the always having in mind that for
.. jn'higher, for it is only out of pro-( the interest of group of individuals (I gun in a campaign to secure a public will be constantly striving to make fundamentals of business. Nearly ev I whatever of betterment we bring to jpt
lu Ion that the world can pay inter- but that the yard stick by which nil j I' support of the plans that will secure ;( the dream come true. j ery young man when ha enters upon ourselves we bring to the nation of is
: i a war debt of two hundred and of its activities are to be measured is' their accomplishment. j As increased production, inversifiod his first employment:! looks forward to which we are a part. nd.
r M ftye llions of dollars, not to speak the yard stick of community pood. I, Another subject demanding atten- crops and !good roads mean addt'd'' the time when ha will he in business si-
0.;'f j lIed cost of government and a The second essential is a sit ort, definite tion is transportation. By this is not prosperity' to the farmer, so does Industrial for himself. That no many turn out
I. igheii ''fttandard of living to be maintain ; practical program of activities.The I meant merely the checking; (! of waybills expansion with increasingly failures i is due to in some measure the I Not of Co..,..0.. but Dishes.
__ dA. .-... people are not only entitled to I advising as to routes of ship payrolls mean more business for the fact that they have been left without Three courses seem to have been t&*
Lr rioef should get down below theproduction know what the chamber of commerceis ment and informing members of the merchant. An analysis of the indus|proper guidance during the early cUlltomtrUNIII: In medieval times tow
;R,9I .IIk { no power can keep | but also what it proposes doing for changes in rulings of the interstate trial growth of American communitieshas : year! of their business careers. Theyare a suite hiir;<;n<>t. less ceremonial feasts!

ere. When the period of de- ;, the community.The commerce commission. It is much bigger shown( that the growth has been ,. left to drift along forming erroneous dinner comprising\ tnoro only'lima two one. Hut and each no private course ur Pi-
is over buying will begin. There I third CHSITUIIU m tile selection than that. It is not enough to largely from within, that it, throughthe conclusions as to the meaning of might comprise from eight to a dozen
I '!Ing in the situation to lend dis- I j of cummitteemen with a view to their better production; unless we have expansion of existing industriesand 'things and without any conception of different dishes. Thus at the wedding oa
>l ement. ] qualifications for carrying on the work markets and quick and easy route through the coming$ in of similar their true relationship to their em- banquet of henry V there were only 80,
chamber of commerce of the entrusted to them. and transport to such markets our increased and related industries attracted by ployersor the business with which three courses) yet over 80 different chy
States represents business in !I I The fourth essential is a budget production will be largely the local labor market. As industries they have become connected. .llslies: are mentioned In the records re
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I nT9 ) capitol. Legislation in I revenue for which is obtained from transportation committee to study the is established that invites other Ring to realize the need young men son CI ronlcle._. .
\1 affecting business comes, un- dues paying members. transportation situation in the retailI industries. Attempts to force indus have for guidance and have enCOllratI :- irdstr.,
immediate observation. It | Where the public has a right conception I trade territory, ascertain what are the trial expansion through advertising | ed the formation of young men groups To Cure a Cold.
... machinery for the careful of the functions of a chamber J obstructions to( the free flow of traffic campaigns and bonuses has generally that meet at regular Intervals to be Remove the seeds of one median-!
.fprutlny of such legislation and for i| of commerce is in agreement with Its and formulate plans for the removal I proven ineffective.! The financing of addressed by successful local businessmen size grapefruit put lie I pulp Into one
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bringing it promptly to the attention I program of activities and has confi-' of the obstructions. Sometimes these industry,( is a banking and nut a community on the fundamentals of businessand jutll It I I.* reduced. to one plut. Strata
.nf business men throughout the coun- I dance in the official personnel there is I, will be found to be lack of deep Water proposition. Once established salesmanship; and at frequent Intervals and Bwct'tcu to taste. DrInk onehaltthe in
\v | little difficulty In obtaining the money in a harbor, a sand bar in a navigable however the industry should receive I experts are brought in from quantity hot just! after retiring at
through committees of experienced necessary for carrying on the work. I river .inadequate dockage fa- full co-operation from the cham- outside to deliver talks on business night anti (the rt'iunlndcr cold In the
iss men, and departments olFicerstafTed. I Every man who can afford! to pay cilities a ferry where a bridge ought ber of commerce in bringing about subjects.The morning.; Iti-puut the second night If we

,. by experts, it makes a I the dues should belong to his local to be, or insufficient railway electricor conditions making! for betterment In I I object of salesmanship classes uecoHxnry. hoti.
business problems and ren- community organization. No( matter I motor truck service; but some of the community life of its employes is to furnish Instruction in business
f vice the value of which is how much character a man may have, the obstructions to the free (flow of such as housing, recreation and.I educational fundamentals, arouse interest, '-spire -
;easlngjy recognized by the no mutter how clean he may be in his ; traffic are found to( be the character I facilities and cheap and adequate loyalty to the business and employer, Safeguarded
iiiencflciaries# of its machin business and private relations, no I and condition of the highways leadIng transportation to and from arouse curiosity as to the why of Here Is nn ol'rtllll'mt'nt! of nn extremely )U
'-no'vice.hearleration: matter how good a man may be, he into town. We have come to understand work. Park and playgrounds, school things, stimulate mental effort to ascertain mannish vest lied with peas
of chambers of IH not a good citizen, in the local that the great national highway houses and public works and utilities I I the reason why certain business de fyKnf, but ov.-ri If we can't find !do
r of wi trade associations the sense at least, unless he does something is not the road from New Yorkto should be expanded to keep pace with rules are made, increase effort to out In time whit inu de cypie .Is wuppose .
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,1 SENSIIiLE CIVIC TALK tion, make that opinion, known to congress r'I good citizen,,and one of the functions able to report plans fur the removal I ICr ;should ;the leader in nIl this. I I If you can plan so as to even in a -

: and obtain a hearing.The | of every chamber of comm -rco is to of tralllc obstructions and tho provision TIne retail stores of tho town area I slirrhl. dwoc! /: Improve production, and

f171 I: ," !f. 0 ke City Man Gives Advice: Applica close relationship which the national I furnish the people with an opportunity of Improved facilities, which plans most important community asset transportation facilities, bring about ts,

7' 1 ble to Sturkehe chamber bears to its organization to. express their citizermhip in will be so compelling in their presen- and should be viewed in that light by I better relations in industry, increase Ida l'f

members gives! it a very great.interest constructive counsel and action for tation as to be assured of public sup- the chamber of commerce. It is tho and improve retail trade, stimulate {

( ). other day: at the meeting of the in their success. I' tho !good of tho community. port. Prepare not an everything-at- store that brings the farmer into the I your sales forces to greater and more ''ryIhe

o" I"o .:.Mumbia county chamber of com- Busy workshops, fertile fluids! and Your community does not end with once program, but a one-thing-at-a- town to trade. The larger and more I Intelligent effort! and better living, '

.;:\' \ .. >Ir. Calvin Brown held forth easy means of communication from I your municipal boundary lines. It extends time, and as rapidly as tho public can varied! the stocks, the better their ,educational and recreational conditions -

'in .'Ii'; {(Lake City's needs and the reme- place to place are some of the elements onward and outward to cover be made to see the need and apply reputation for. good values and fair you will have taken a part in e-

.:, for unsatisfactory conditions. As that make a nation great, and a I your entire retail trade territory. It the remedy. :I prices, he more attractive the dist II the national program. 'n-

....:. civic etructure of Lake City is nation is but the sum total of its in the betterment of business, living Industry, commerce and 0 civics : puys, the better the service and the Ameiicu today is the credi.... nation ,onial/

{y much like Starke's, we reproduce community units. Perhaps many of ,;''and marketing conditions in that territory should all have a place on the prog- I,t more courteous and accommodating of the world. It has a compact

i salient portion of the speech. Mr. our national problems could be solvedif that you should have in mind. ram. Careful consideration should be the salesmen the mole. rapidh. the domestic market making for quantity

0 own said, in part; we could break: them up into justas :o Now anything that ran be done to given to the subject of industrial relations I| town will grow us a retail trading, production and can produce much of Ite
Lmerica today holds a winning hand many little pieces as there are well better such conditions in your retail improved merchandising center and the wider will be the territory what the world needs at a lower cost n-

|the world game, but much depends! organized units, leaving it to each to trade territory increases, purchasing methods, the betterment of living con. I from which it draws trade. than many other countries and at tho 10

0 on the way she plays it.Ve do its bit. This is one of the reasons I power and adds to tho wealth of both ditions, and to parks, playgrounds Looking upon the store as a community same time pay good wages. ':1-

: have more than a third of all why we need well organized and well merchant and producer. This is a national and schools. We want to strive for a I' asset, tho chamber of commerce I have visited over 200 cities duringthe "I-

0 gold in the world; our banking, conducted chambers of commerce in I as well as a local activity. It : contented working class, stores so excellent ,I I should lend Its aid to All movementsfor past year or two and the more I t-

em has successfully withstood the every city and town in the country. I II is doubtful if there is a communityanywhere I that they will serve the trade better merchandising, and to style see of organized communities the m

|atest fair strain in its-history; we have I There are certain essential elements in our country that equalsits needa of our tributary territory, and i. shows! dollar day sales, pay up campaigns more confidence I have that tho spirit 'ir

crops; hundred! of millionse in the building and conduct of a successful I business and social Possibilities. j:I ample school facilities. And we wanta exchange of credit Informa- which helped win the war will Kelp
been vote
| for public Improvc- chamber of commerce. The The right sort of committees composI city plan. Every city no matter i tion, trade excursions and salesman- .11.!
nts there dc11Jand I I I' maintain pence at home and 'help restore -
; an unprecedented first of these is a strong understanding ed of men familiar with the terrlt.oryI how small it is, should have a city ship classes. -
I order, and ultimately 'n.a.na
Ib for houses and of allsf prosperity
buildings of the position it occupies! in the ought to be able fo make definite. plan no matter how simple it may be.', 1 I world. -
I I Salesmanship classes are not alone to a stricken We each
kinds. I may
Kjr [ community life. Those whose support;, I practical, convincing statements of j We should vision our city as we want 1, 'onIon
he cost of Is than for the purpose of teaching salesman- do our bit working in our own communities -
0 production higher issolicited: are entitled to know that what can be attempted, and these it to be, and as we are determined to n-
| ship. If properly conducted they can with the tools at our command -
'3fre the war and is bound, to re4jLL' it is not organized and conducted in J statements Van be made the openinggun / ; make it be, and with this in mind we i
I be mnclc to train men in the always having in mind that
;higher, for it is only out of young
pro- the interest of a group of individualsbut in a campaign to secure a public will be constantly striving to make I for
fundamentals of business. Nearly whatever of betterment bring to
fluutlon every we
that the world can pay inters that the yard stick by which all !j support of the plans that will secure the dream come true. apt
I young man when he enters upon ourselves we bring to the nation of
fin a war debt of two hundred andkftyjUIHons of its activities to be measured! is their accomplishment. is
;. are As increased production, ('diversified his first employment looks forward to which we are a part.
of dollars not
to speak I
the yard stick of pood.! Another subject demanding attention nd
community -
'!t.inJKased I I crops and good roads mean added : the time when he will be in business
t. .. cost of government and a The second essential ah def- is I 81-
'" is n rt. : transportation. By this is not prosperity to the farmer does Industrial
;to ilthtr standard of living to be main- I I so i i for himself. That so many turn out
inite, practical of activities. meant merely the checking of
: expansion with increasingly failures is due to in the .
: ta "" I some measure Not of Cou.a" but Dishes
'11 ined.t." 1'Ji1 The people are not only entitled to bills advising to routes of :
/ as shipment payrolls mean more business for the _.
rl l e. should get down below the i fact that they have been left withoutproper Three courses stern to have been CM
0 know what the chamber of commerce and informing members of the 0 merchant. An analysis of the industrial -j guidance during the earlyI I'untonrirv menu In medieval times tor
: L production no power can keep | is, but also what it proposes (ding for changes in rulings of the interstate
L'f kiere. When the period of de- growth of American communities I year of their business! careers. They a state hnrcm( ) less: ceremonial fenstf
will There I the community. commerce commission. It is much big- has shown that the growth has been j are left to drift along forming erron- comprising only two iind no prIvate ur
18 over buying begin.
The third essential than that. It is not enough to dinner more than one. Jut each course
is selection ger / largely, from within, that it, through ; conclusions Pi-
eous as to the meaning of
Ing in the "situation, to lend dis-! i
I I of committeemen with a view to their better production; unless we have the expansion of existing industriesand 1 things und without oftheir might coinprUe from cljflit to a dozen S oa
ement. any conception
( 'different dishes Minis the
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qualifications for carrying tho work markets and quick and easy routes through the weddingIIIIDquet
coming in of similar so,
I I true their
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chamber of commerce of the ('mI of Henry V (here were oI3three'
I. 0 entrusted to them. and transport to such markets our increased 0 and related industries attracted by cehyre
P States represents business in I I players \\01' the business with which courses yet over 80 dIfferent
.' .. ranlzed way. It is on guard at I.' The fourth essential Is a budget, production will be largely the local labor market. As industries I they have become connected. ,tJ beII'e:: mentioned In the records, '

itiunal capitoL) Legislation In4'ay |based! upon the work to be done, the without avail. It is the task of a prosper they expand and a labor mar- I Chambers of commerce are beginning irrespective of fruits end wtneLLei.as enj
I revenue for which is obtained from II transportation committee to study th(! ket is established that invites other !. to realize the need .
p ; affecting business comes units young men
( ,1' immediate observation. It dues paying members. transportation situation in the retail industries Attempts to force industrial -I o have for guidance and have encouraged I ilms,

.4.40T y 0.404IeS, machinery for the careful Where the public has a right conception I trade territory, ascertain what are the expansion through advertising: the formation of young men groups j To Cure a Cold. irds

r .scrutiny'r of such legislation and for I of the functions of a chamberof obstructions to the free flow of traffic campaigns and bonuses has generally I thnt meet at regular intervals to be Ilemove the needs", of one medlam-

l bringing, It promptly to the attention commerce, is in agreement with its and formulate plans for the removalof proven Ineffective.! The financing of I addressed by successful local businessmen size grapefruit put the pulp Into one
program of activities and has conndonee the obstructions. Sometimes these industry Is banking and not the quart of cold water, nod boll slowly'jntll ,r.
a fundamentals
of business! men throughout the a community on of business'
i coun-// in the official personnel there is will) be found to be lack of deep waiter : It N reduced, to one pint., Strata
V proposition. Once established salesmanship, and at frequent intervals -
little difficulty in obtaining the money in a harbor, a sand bar in a navi- however, the should anti Hweeten to taste. Drink onv-hnlf. letwe
receive experts are brought in from
rough committees of experienced tho quailIty! hot Just nfter retiring lit
necessary for carrying on the work. gable river, .inadequate dockage facilities -
from the chamber outside to deliver
I co-operation
men, and depurtments officer- j on business' night and the remainder cold In the
\ Every mnn who can afford to pay a ferry where a bridge oughtto : of in
commerce bringing about subjects.
:Horning.: Uepent the second night If
.staffed by experts, it makss a the dues should belong to his local be, or insufficient railway electricor conditions for he
making betterment in I
'* The ohjett of tII''Hllllry.
business salesmanship classes
problems and ren- community organization. No matter motor truck service; but some of
the il-
life of
community its employes, Is to furnish
Is' Instruction In
vice the business
of which
f how much the obstructions
character a man may have, to the free flow of such
as housing, recreation and educational fund.imeittiild, !
easlngjy recognized by the no mutter how clean he may be in his traffic are found to be the character facilities and arouse interest, > pire
cheap and adequate loyalty to the business
Beneficiaries of its machln- business and private relations, no and condition of the highways lend and employer, Safegu.irder.Here : .

0p 'moce'ncnrleration 0 matter how good a man may be, he ing into town. We have come to un work. transportation Parks and to and from arouse curiosity as to the why of Is nn advertisement of en e xIrcmely > (ando
of chambers of playgrounds, schoolhouses things, stimulate mental effort to ascertain mannish vest!' lined with peas
in not derstand that
: a good citizen, in the local the great national highway -
public works and utilities the de cygnhut/ even If we xran't find
of trade association! tho at least unless he la not the reason why certain busi-
wL sense does somethIng road from New Yorkto
I should be expanded to keep pace with ness rules made oat In time "hut p('nu cle cygiie Is w.
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noisy good of the communityin < but that it is the the growth of industrial uppose \\e can guard against
snueui"8 organization mem- which he lives. There is a differ- !' road from the farm to town. The and the establishment population I:please customers, and to cultivate the on our Hire's by mistake by looking
., problems and leglslhe ;,,- Ion I of new industrial :habit of saving earnings as future
once between being a good man and a II I transportation committee should be centers and the chamber of com capital. for the ilrablrliisColumbus,, (OJournnl -> e""e

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