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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 20, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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}I't" VETERANS ASSOCIATIONThe EVENINGAs
'Exports and Imports Show That The Some Facts Given; to DiHproie This I M. S. Hayes[ of ;Moore Haven, has

1 Town itt Very Much Alive Washington, Jan. 18.-Every government AssertionWe : Bradford County Teachers Association with his family, been in this section the 16th Inst was the second anniversary -
'ha hait". Jr hospital in the country is I Ii i I I met in Hampton last Saturday for some time, visiting: relatives. They of the National Prohibition
W Those whoso business brings them thrown open to seriously ill veterans understand that somebody has and had nn enjoyable as well as left for home Saturday, .und before Amendment, !Mrs. F. A. Scott, president
; ..$1'i'{kt k to the S. A. L, depot in Starke, are under an executive order issued today I made the remark that "Starke Is the'I j I, profitable session. going Mr. Hayea called at our office of the local W. C. T. U., arranged
.' ;: often astonished over the amount of by Col. Charles F. Forbes, directorof toughest place in the state." Who ItI: Since the last association there the 10 renew his subscription to the Telo- a fine program and the meeting( was
t, .'j i trade done In this city. Ono day the the Veterans Bureau. The direc- wu.-- we do not know; probably ono of town of Hampton has made some graph.Mr. held in tho Methodist! church Monday
'elarge freight room is full of goods, tor ordered heads! of all hospitals to those rovers who make it a businessof ; great improvements in the business Hayes is one of the many Bradford evening. Below in the program in
.the next day it is empty, then it fills' admit stricken veterans, regardless of slandering communities for the : section. The department store of A. boys who have attained prominence full:
up again, and so on. Besides the the manner in which the disease was sake of their supposed uplift. Sometimes 1: A. Durden and the Hampton Phurina-1( in other localities. Several Music by the orch'strn-lTr: M. L.
: teams owned by our merchants and contracted, letting official channels such a man driven his wedge 1 cy are each housed in handsome concrete years ago he went to Moore Haven asa : Smith, violin; S, E.: Hitch, clarinet;
manufacturers, public ..draymen are dispose of the case Inter. into a log too hard, and instead of i I buildings with plate glass fL'ontll I teacher, and was Inter elected, principal !Mrs.\ E. K. Perryman, piano.
'.,.kept busy all the time hauling goods "Don't turn away a single veteran splitting it, his smashing blows causea j, Many pluu.smg comments were also I!' of its school. A short time ago, Song Service: America, the Beautiful
\' Just now fertilizers are among the who Is seriously ill, no matter where big chunk to fly out and spoil his ( made on the electric lights, city water I Ii after the division of lIe ..to county, ; The Triumph Song; Sound the
,;'chief importations to Starke. From I his illness was contracted," the direc- own work. |i supply and beautiful shade trees. | he was elected county superintendentof Jubilee
i the magnitude and high; grade of this tor said. "Take thl'nin and put themto Is Sturke tough? Let's see. To j!: The association wits entertained in'' Glades county, of which Moore Voice-Mrs. A. Z. Adkiim.
\ commodity, it is evident that our far- bed with proper treatment. Then begin with the town supports one (: the town hull The Junior Christian i| haven I Is the capital.Mr. Crusade, Hymn-Congregation.
IV titers and truckers are going to let your superiors decide whether the church for each of the five principal Endeavor, assisted by the ladies of the Hayes!' Is well pleased with his Scripture n"II.lin/C-Tho Crusnde
.. ""spread themselves" in the production patient should be kept in a government Protestant denominations. Look at '!: town, had prepared n bountiful hot I position and environment, and lit full Psalm, 146.I'ruyprRev..
/1f-of crops this year. Sweet corn, which I hospital." the latest census returns from Starke, ''dinner for the visiting teachers, and of praise of the rich lands, resources L. W. Kickhtt-r.
\ jwi; proved such a success last year, will Government rules, it was explained subtract the colored population, then I i 1 the long table, docoiuted with roses, and people of his section. To he county Introductory Remarks-Rev. M.\ L.Smith. .
.'r. f'bp given a still larger acreage this heretofore barred government hospitals see how few are left to support these was\ spread, with all manner of tempting superintendent schools in the .
',*'}" season. The crate factory just north to service men who contracted churches. According to the ministerial dishes, which were heartily enjoyed sparsely settled districts down thereis Voice-Mrs. E. M. Johns.
::1') ; of the depot Is making preparations I disease not in the line of duty. standard, few places in the coun- !' by the visitors.! no sinecure. His faithful "Lizzie"is I The World Looks to Us. for !Moral
.,'. 1 ') for a large output of corn crates. try will measure! up as well as thnt. |!I The association was, culled to order ever on the go over muck and prairie l.l'lIe1erKhip-l'rof. II. B. Lane.
j :., cS/{*:t Two-horse wagons loaded with barrels TEXANS=" FLOG LAWYER OF I. W. Is Starke tough? We have no by the president, Mrs. Bessie McGrujder and through HUwgru.sH/ : but at the The Nineteenth Amendment a First ...
, lj'1\ of syrup or sacks of sweet potatoes -! W. VAGRANTS=" drunkards, no gambling places, no '; with Miss Olive Ray acting' as rate tho country is nettling\ up there Aid to the 18th Amendment-Rev, W.
{\\j:,< are ever rolling up to the plat- '" brothels, a fight only once in two I I secretary pro tem. Prof. O. O. DuI will soon be /good roads everywhere. F K.; Dougherty.
form. Agriculture implements of improved Dallas Texas, Jan. 14.-Harold F. years on the average. Our only placeof val, principal of the Hampton school I!| Sometimes\ he takes n\ short vacation For the Sake of Our Future Citizens -
patterns arrive for our hardware Mulks, of Chicago, counsel for two amusement is high/ class. I j i made an address of welcome, to which .!I und during one of those he went to the -Rev. A. B. Post..
stores all the time, which shows j I alleged I. W. W.s, convicted at Shreve-i Is Starke tough: ? The probity of Prof. 15. B. Lane r"I'l.onr'd.IIi"\ \ .. I II Big Cypress hunting.Mr. Orchestra Music.
j that our farmers are progressive port of vagrancy charges, arrived our busines and prolVsiomil men is Carolyn Will talked) on the subject of Hayes came here in the some /Respect for Law-Rev. M. L. Smith
The trains that carry express matters here today from Gn-ensville, Texas, recognized all over the state. They j I I I "What We Can Do to Improve Rural Ford car ho uses at home\ On I the return Closing Address by Dr. Bullon.
','''' ais1 are always delayed in Starke, and went immediately to a local hos- are reliable, pay their debts and do I I Schools," which was followed by Miss trip, the last l!Ii!"> miles, from Arcadia Song, America
putting off and( taking on shipment. pital for treatment for injuries received not cut each other's throats in com Olive Kay speaking/ nn hte subject of to Palmd.ile, will be across a
t..' Our merchants do a considerable business when he was flogged by a band petition. Petitions for assistance are i, "The Parent Teachers Association asa prairie where only five or six habitations BRADFORD.
g with out of town customers, and lof men at Shreveport last night. circulated almost daily but never | Community Asset." Supt. 11. II. are found along the road. -.
what is not sent by mail is sent by Mulk was! taken from his hotel at turned away. In fact, as soon as dis- I I Wiggins!' talked about how to secure Tho Telegraph/ and his many other Bradford, Jan. 20.-J. V. Edwurdrt
express, then thorn are crates, sacks Shreveport and after being severely tress becomes known, our kind nu>nand financial support when public funds friends congratulate; Mr. liny en on his was a business visitor to Aluchiiu on
?M and boxes of berries, nuts, eggs/ /: chick- flogged was curried to Greenville and women lean assistance before It ''! are lacking Misses Cecil Hull and progress and wish him ,'olltifll1.lpr"s- Tuesday.
:' ens and other produce to be sent away put aboard a train and ordered to is asked. Forbearance and kindness Vera Long! discussed spoiling in the \perity. P. A. Crosby was in our community If
as well as the inevitable bunches of leave the section. Two men took! is shown on every hand. When public'' primary and intermediate( grades. Tuesday.,
brooms I(I him from his hotel, but> they were money gives out, voluntary subscriptions I ST. MlIIi'SIl'U,1I\ of
and mineral water. The", imports I "How to Interest the Uninterested, ( Tho cold weather last week was!
I ,. by express are fruits, goods for (I joined by several others. keep our schools running. We I I Pupil" was discussed; by O. O. Duval, taUen advantage of by hose having
the garages, for the merchants for Blood stained garments and n severely have the best behaved children to be'' followed, by "How( to Get: Host Results Services next RunIIYIt II n. m. hugs to butcher..T. .
b too to lacerated scalp and black eye found anywhere. 1| and 7:30:: p. m. Cone of Brooker business !
private parties, numerous From t the Eighth Grade" by Mrs.\ IIt'ni C. was a \ -
'- tion. men-I were exhibited by Mulks who said he Is Starke tough/; ? Jews and Gentiles I]i Ilie Mi'(;iruder. II. B. taint spoke conCerning I We now commemorate the l Epiphanyor visitor in this al'ction'eoln"s.- .
I Starke is a busy, lively town. was seized by two men as he stood In natives and strangers, white and The Professionally; Trained the manifestation nf Christ to the lay. I
wf.'k for yet more business. the lobby of one of the largest hotelsof black live together in the most amicn- Teacher vs. the \Merely Certificated (;ent l..s. The word l IM derived from A. II. Surrency passed through/ here
Shreveport, was forced into an automobile bio manner. We laughed at Sidney J. .Teacher." Miss Jeannette Matthews "epiplmino," which means to "show Tuesday enroute Worthington..
LONG BRIDGE and curried :20 miles from Cutts for his! railing against the Catholics I J I; rend nn excellent paper entitled, "Lit forth or to manifest" It was originally Ira W. Pinholster, Jr., was a business -
i the city where the punishment was and we laugh at the Dearborn erature in Higher Grammar Grades." used both for Christina Day, visitor! to Worthington Wednesday
administered by several unmasked Independent for its railing against I], Dr. Rm'mer when Christ was manifested 1 in the morning. .,
Jan. dean of secondary education -
Long Bridge 20. :Miss
Mae Johns attended, church-at Vander-Ruby men, none of whom were known to the Jews. Every man is accorded'i in the University of Florida, flesh, and for the manifestation. of n E.: II. Andreu, passed through hero
' \ilt Saturday night. I him. Mulk estimated( he was struck freedom of conscience and the right; made nn address on 1 the subject (of star to the Gentiles Later in the Wednesday.Mrs. .
40 times with u heavy leather strap, of making his living by any honest' "Encouragement.: Ills discourse was fourth century mid III' the western Wade Hurrell and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
congratulations over Sapp the are arrival.receiving i in addition, ho said, to being throtled calling. During and soon nfter tilt I' very interesting and( sparkled w'th' church, the Epiphany seems to have Lucile, wero visitors to Union county
of and otherwise mistreated. war, when so many communities mad! I I wit and wisdom. acquired a more Independent position Sunday afternoon
a son. I He announced his intention of returning life a burden for the people 'born In i j with reference to the manifestation Billy Surrency spent Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe, of Newt to Chicago for a time as soon enemy countries, they were safe from to the Magi or Wise !Men of the Knst.: Sunday with his. family here.
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j River, passed( through here Sunday. as he recuperates from his injuries. any molestations or insults!' in Starke M1LLEUMiller I As Christmas is it fixed season and, Malcolm Ilurrell, of Ft. White, visited
Ruby Johns gave a pound party on These were snld by medical( attendants and Bradford county. We carry onr'J'I the date of Easter varies so this. sea- his. )parents, Mr. und Mrs. W. M.
Friday night. A large crowd attended not to be serious. kindness and forbearance to such un ; .T.\n. T1! \111 my, those who i sun vanes in length. This year IL him Ilarrell hero Sunday. .
and reported a nice time. i extent that we rather walk around ('attended the school meeting! In Lake five !Sundays.ISAI'TIST. Lester Pinholster, of Tine Hill, was
Dr. King, -of Lake Butler, was n i Butler Saturday were I\t'HI'r" N. H.I .
WOMEN: NOT EMtilltl.E: TO ACT cats and dogs lying: on the sidewalks, a visitor to Worthington Saturday uflertmon. .
professional visitor here last week. I AS JURORS than to kick them out of the way. I| Stokes, D. L. Hyatt, II. C. 1'eeplen. : CHURCH :NO'I'E4Thu : .
.,it; Onie bowling is the guest of her i There is less of hypocrisy and backbiting i' Clifton Richard, or Sanford, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cook and
cousin, Jessie( Lee Dowling. I Clerk L. W. Drummond is in receiptof here I II friends. in this community one day
I than in any place we have regular services of the church baby, of Ft. White, vis tied her sister,
Several from( here attended prayer a letter from Judge A. V. Long, I been acquainted with. Wo havo no'i last week. will be held on Sunday next, the pastor Mrs W. M. Harrell, Sunday.
meeting at New River Saturday eve- I that under the constitution of factions i Mr. und Mrs. Roland Thomas were J. J.
stating and no bosses. I I! Bullen, occupying tho pulpit. i Harley Andreu and sinter, Fay,
ning.Mr. Florida only male persons are qualified These conditions, according to the called to the bedsideof their ,daughter Bible school at !11:45: a. m. Tho were business visitors to Worthington
and Mrs. C. M. McKinney, were to sit as jurors, and thereforethe Golden Rule, with which practical :! Mrs. J, M. :Molt, of Luke Butler, school is graded and offers! capable Saturday afternoon.J. .
called to the bedside of his mother at names of women voters should not Christianity is measured, shows our i| lust week. teaching for all ugeH./ Prof. K. B. V. Edwards was a business( visitor
Graham last week. be placed in the jury box. town up in a good light. The truth of i Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Lane would like to see the men gatherin : to Brooker Saturday
. Rev. Williams, of Starke, filled his In selecting the pome for the jury our statements will be testified to by I Providence, visited relatives in this. goodly numbers In the class! of Mr. Russ, of Brooker, was a visitorto
regular apopintment here Saturday box the county commissioners were anyone who has lived here six months. | community Sunday. which he is tho teacher. Worthington Sunday
I' and Sunday. under the impression that all voters, j Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butlor, Divine worship at II clock, when I J. C. Willouro\ ( was a business visitor
I E. A. Sapp was transacting busi- regardless of sex, were eligible for HAMPTON I| was a professional visitor here Sotur- the pastor will speak on "Why Men In this section Saturday.
< ness in Lake Butler Monday. jury duty, but under the ruling of the day. Should Pruy." Christ: said men ought Wiles Dubose und wife, of Fort
Mrs. B: Mott and children, of Worthington judge Mr. Drummond, the clerk will Hampton, Jan. 20.-J. D. Pry and. Miss Francis Waters entertained a always to pray. We nre going to try White, visited relatives in this com-
Springs, were visiting rela- not put any names of women in the family who have been located in the number of her young friends with asocial to understand why it is a moral obligation munity Sunday.
tives here Sunday. box. To overcome the matter the word Miller cottage, left this week for Friday evening' to pray, as Christ's use of the Mrs. J. D. Baxter passed!' through
Era Roberts spent Sunday here, the "male" will have to be stricken from Omega, Ga., where they will make I Rev. F.. B. Joyner filled, his apoint- word "ought" indicates, << here Sunday morning enrouto to her
guest of relatives and friends. the constitution by amendment. their future home. ment at Harmony Free Will Baptist Senior and intermediate B. Y. P. U. homo at Brooker.
\I Laura McKinney, of New River, Bronson Times. Mrs. W. P. Dirt and children, Marvin I church Saturday and Sunday.. at 0:30: followed by the evening service G. n. Colson and 1 wifu, of Brooker,
: was in our section Sunday. and Florrie Bell, of Alachua coun Miss Blanche Roberts, of Lake Butler ut 7:30.: The sermon will be on anti Miss! Lubedm Pinholster were in
I Mrs. II. O. Rivers and family were DEATH OF INFANT ty, spent the week-end with friends\ i' spent the week-end with Miss those striking und, fearfully Severn this section Sunday.
In New River visiting relatives Sat and relatives. I Pearl Br wn. words of our Lord, found In Matt. J. V. Edward;: ) and wife were guestsof
': i urday. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. A telephone exchange has been Math Dukes and Marcus tickle, accompanied 21:41: "Whosoever sliull full on this W. M. Horrell Sunday afternoon.
Miller Johns was attending to busi- W. K. Wilder, of Orlando, will regretto /, proposed for our town. A line running by \Misses Norma Deklo atone shall be broken, but on whomA'1 -
ness in Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. learn of the death of their infant from Lake Geneva and Keystone and Ruby Proctor, of Five Mile, attended ever it shall} full it will () WILL SERVE OYSTERSThe :
and Mrs. J. E. Adkins are the daughter: Gloria, who died at their Heights to Hampton( will by the exchange the party at the home of Mr. powder." In His ministry Jesus was I
proud parents of a son. home Jan. 7, 1922. be connected with tho Bell I and \Mrs. T. H. Waters Friday night not only gentle He was also severe; Woman's Club will serve oyster -
Eunice( McKinney and sister Lulu, Miss Wilder is a Starke girl and system, which will be a great thing II. S. \Miller made a business tripto and us His ministry drew to a clone this evening at the Juunltii Cafe
of New River, attended church here will be remembered as Miss Gladys for the town.J. Lake Butler Suturdz1:' these two aspects of it, both its gentleness from I 0) to 8 o'clock. The proceedswill
I Sunday.C. Prescott. W. Bedenbaugh and, family have Misses> Mabel and Netn Blair, 1"-'' and its severity, gradually in- be used to further the activities. .of
A. Johns, J. J. Thomas and How- moved to the Miller cottage.L. tant teachers of Miller school, spent creased. Join with us on Sunday; evening the ('Iul>. The patronage of the public -
ard Thomas, of New River, were in SCHOOL FUND MUST BE RAISED A. Johns and family, of Aluehuti, thn week-end with their parents, at and let us consider together Is solicited.
I. this section Sunday. were visiting friends and relatives in I Providence. these words! upon( which perhaps you
Mr. and !Mrs. P. B. Crews and children This" week ends! the four months of town Saturday and Sunday. I Clifton Roberts Worthington, attended have never yet hoard a sermon. OYSTER' SUPPER THIS EVENINGThe ;: : ;
i\ were In New River Saturday on the public school( to be paid for by thu C. E. Harper was a business. visitorto church here Sunday.
1F business. county school board, and the matterof Jacksonville'. Monday. I Supt. O. L. Mizelle visited our school( METHODIST READING CIRCLE: I Woman's Club will give! an o s-
l'' S. C. Crews was attending to business continuing the school is now entirely The Hampton school Is progressing Thursday.Mr. ENTERTAINED=' ter supper this evening: ( Fnd.iy: ) for
-in New River last week. In the hands of the patrons. The nicely under the able management of and Mrs! E. E. ShnUar, of the benefit of the new club house fund V
J Donald) Adkins was in New River trustees have in hand only) a little Prof. Duval. Dukes, passed through here Sunday :Mrs. C. L. Pe ml Mrs.. E. K. Per They will serve fine oysters, coffee
\ Sunday. more than enough money to curry the I The following" program was render. enroute to Providence rymon entertai the reading! circle pickles, etc., also home-made candy.
. Alphia, Iva and Minnie Hodges, of school on for one more month. Those ed at the Christian church Wednesday. State Rural School Inspector R. I,'. of the Methodist missionary. society, The waiters will be a number of young
\ k New River, attended church here Sun- who have subscribed to the school ex- evening. Leader, Elizabeth Wheeler. Turner visited Millar school Thurs Monday afternoon, from three to five. ladies of the town. Mr. Williams. has
,I Ilion fund are asked to make payments Subject, "God in Our Lives." day. The new book for study is on African generously given the use of his cafe
day.Inez Brannen and brother Elmo, of promptly in order that the work may Song. B. K. Brown made business trip missions. and is entitled, "In Wcmbo- for the occasion, and will also> aiai"1.
Lake Butler, spent the week-end here go on without interruption. Paymentsmay Prayer-Leader. to Lake Butler Saturday.J. Nyama Land," and Mrs. Perryman Is in cooking: the oysters. Supper beginsat
r 1 visiting.Mr. be made at either of the banks. Talk-A. A. Futch. S. Howard, of Dukes, was a business study circle leader for( the year. six o'clock. Juanita Cafe Is the
1 and Mrs. U. D. Johns and lit- Special Song-Corlne and Elizabeth visitor here recently.Mr. The hostesses, assisted' by Louise place.
tle son, of Fine fill passed through The teachers association at Hampton Wheeler. and Mrs. C. H. Harrison, of Peek and Allan Long, served wafers
r here Sunday. last Saturday was attended by the Sentence Prayer.DiscussionProf.. Worthington, attended church here and hot chocolate with whipped cream. !'Mr. Jennie fhornauest arrived<< in
Missouri Hodges and daughter were following party from Starke: Supt. Duval. Sunday. The meetings of the reading circleare I SUrke Thursday. She has been at
attending to business In New River II. B. Wiggins, Prof. B. B. Lane, Ar- Song. very helpful, and all ladies of the I Rochester M-nI1", trnp-er than si"monlfs
:Monday. thur McRae, l\IrsJ) Bessie McGruder, Discussion-Mrs. Smyzer.J. Curd have been received in thin. Methodist church are cordially invitedto taking radium treatment for
:Melvin McKinney, of Miami attended Misses Olive Ray, Jeannette Matthewsand J. Brannen has been a guest of city from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Amber attend. cancer. Now that she has joined her
prayer meeting at home of Miller\, Eva Powell. friends and relatives In Lake Butler. son, announcing the birth of a daughter husband and daughter, the family
Johns Wednesday night. whom they have named Lucile Miss!. Josephine Briruson returned on have moved Into their own home, the
Joe Hodges was in New River Sat Mrs. J. Bowman, of Edgewater, N. Rev. M. L. Smith made .business Douglas. Mrs. Amberson will be remembered Monday from a visit with relatives In old Sullivan place, on the Theresaa:
urday. J., Is visiting her brother, L. V Moore trip to Jacksonville yesterday as Miss Lcttie Kite. Jacksonville. broad I I ,
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l" THINGS ARE !MOVING HOSPITALS THROWN OPEN TO I I I IS STARKE A "TOUGH" TOWN 1 BRADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS'1' AN IN'fEREATiNG-VlsItoll: :' W. C. T. U. SERVICE MONDAY

":,'" I' VETERANS I ASSOCIATIONThe EVENINGAs .
Exports and Imports Show That The I !Some Facts Given to Disprove Thin I M. S. Hayes, of Moore Haven, has. ,
"f i Town ID Very !Much Alive Washington, Jan. 18.-Every government -i i AssertionWe Bradford County Teachers Association with his family, been/ in this section tho IfUh inst was! the second anniversary
.'\ hospital in the country is :.| met in u Hampton last Satur for some time, visiting/ relatives. They of the National Prohibition
,l;\\I: :I Those whoso business brings$ them thrown open to seriously ill veterans understand that somebody has i day and had an enjoyable as well as left for home Saturday, and before .Amendment Mrs. F. A. Scott president -
i:" :;' 10 the S. A. L depot in Starke, are under an executive order Issued today 'I i made the remark that "Starke is the I j' I profitable session. I going Mr. Hayes culled At our otliro, of the local W. ('. T. U., arranged
.w:;often astonished over the amount of by Col. Charles F. Forbes, director toughest place in the state. Who it'I Since the last. association there the to renew his subscription to the Tele u fine program and tho meeting was
"" } trade done in this city. Ono day the of the Veterans Bureau. The direc- I was we do not knew; probably one of town of Hampton has made some graph held In the Methodist church Monday
i large freight; room is full of goods tor ordered heads of all hospitals to those rovers who make it a business : I great improvements. in the business I Mr. Hayes is one of the many Bradford evening. Below is the program In
'the next day it is empty, then it fills admit stricken veterans regardless of of slandering communities for the j I i section. The department store of A. boys who have attained prominence full :
up again, and so on. Besides the the manner in which the disease was I sake of their supposed uplift. Sometimes .A. Durden and the Hampton l'hllrl11ll-1 I in other localities.. Several Music by the or'h'slrn-Mrll. Ti!. L.
teams owned by our merchants and contracted, letting official channels I such a man drives his wedge |Il'Y< are each housed! in hl6l1d, : manufacturers public draymen are dispose of the case later. Into a log too hard, and instead of i i I :. kept busy all the time hauling goods. I "Don't turn away a single veteran splitting: it, his smashing blows cause j I Many pleasing comments were also [ of its school. A short time ago, Song Service: America, tho Bountiful
1: ,Just now fertilizers are among the who Is seriously ill, no matter where a big chunk to fly out and spoil his : made on the electric lights, city water' after the division of DoSoto county, ; The Triumph Song; Sound the
*chief importations to Sturke. From j his! illness was contracted," the direc- own work. j supply and bountiful shade trees. Ii | 'he was elected county superintendent, Jubilee.
.:;the magnitude; and high grade of this tor said. "Take thl'11In and put themto Is Starke tough ? Let's see. To I The association was entertained in'' 'of Glades (county of which Moore! Voice-Mrs.!: A. Z. Adkins.
'':Commodity, it is evident that our far- bed with proper treatment. Then begin with the town supports one j, the town hull. The Junior Christian! )i I I IKrdeuvor Haven is the capital. Crusade Hymn-Congregation.
mars and truckers are, going to let your superiors decide whether the church for each of the five principal :, assisted by the ladies of the I Mr. Hayes ia well pleased with his Scripture Rt'u.hnfC-Thu Crusade
:'i, ""spread themselves" in the production patient should be kept in a government Protestant denominations Look at town, had prepared n bountiful hot II I'postlion and, environment, and is full Psalm 110.PrayerRev..
,JWC-of crops this year. Sweet corn, which I hospital." the latest census returns from Starkel I dinner for the visiting teachers, until I' 'of praise of the rich lands, resources! L. W. Kickliter.
'.fI.' proved such a success last year wills Government rules it was explained subtract the colored population, then I the long table, decorated with rOHI.'S.I I 1 and' people of his section. To be county Introductory Remarks-Rev. M I..
,: lbe given a still larger acreage this heretofore barred government hospitals see how few are left to support these '!; was spread with all manner of tompt- superintendent of Kchooli in the !Smith.'
:'.'(*Jeason. The crate factory just north to service men who contracted churches. According to the ministerial '[ling dishes. which were heartily enjoyed sparsely settled districts down thereis Voice-Mrs. E. M. Johns.
:' 'vof: the depot is making preparations disease not in the line of duty. standard few places in the coun- I by the visitors. no sinecure. His faithful "Lizzie" The World! Looks to Us for Moral
,.''.for a large output of corn crates. try will measure up as well as that. I The a"Kol'illUOn118 culled to order\ is ever on the go over musk and prairie T.l'IIll'rHhiil'rof. It. II. Lane.
I I\' }Jj: Two-horse wagons loaded with barrels TEXANS FLOP LAWYER OF I. W. Is Starke tough ? We have no by the president, Mrs. Bessie. McGru-; and through' snwgrHHH. but at till! The Nineteenth Amendment a First
,,4:I:;;' of syrup or sacks, of sweet pota- W. VAGRANTS drunkards. no gambling places. no''j dor, with Mitts Olive Ray noting as rate tho country is settling up there Aid to the 18th Amendment-Rev. W.
''fitc, ., toes are ever rolling up to the plat- brothels a tight only once, in two ,secretary pro tern. Prof. O. 0. DuI will soon bo good roads everywhere. E.: Dougherty.
'f form. Agriculture implements of improved -I Dallas Texas, Jan. 14.-Harold F. I years on the average. Our only placeof ; val, principal of the Hampton school, I!{j Sometimes. he takes a short vacation For the Sake of Our Future Citizens -
,"': patterns arrive for our hard- Mulks, of Chicago, counsel for two amusement is high class.! {I made an address of welcome, to which and during one of those he went to tin -Rev. A. B. Post.
', ( I' ,ware: stores all the time, which shows alleged I. W. W.s convicted at Shreveport Is Starke tough ? The probity of Prof. R. B. Lane responded' Miss i Big Cypress hunting.Mr. OrchE'.traIuKic.. .
''I. ;. ,) that our farmers are progressive. of vagrancy charges, arrived our busines and profesional men I it Carolyn Will talked 1 on the subject of 1 la yea taint hero In the sumo Respect for Law--Rev. M. L. Smith
\,": .'i. The trains that carry express matters here today from Greensville Texas, recognized nil over the state. They j| "What We Can Do to Improve Rural )Ford cur he uses at home. On the return Closing Address by Dr. Bullon.
I :,. are always delayed in Sturke, and went immediately to u local hos- are reliable, pay their debts and do I Schools," which was followed by Miss\ trip I the In CIS: miles, from Arcadia Song America
),'l' :' putting off and taking on shipments pital for treatment for injuries received not cut each other's throats in com- Olive Kay; speaking on hte subject of to Pulmduie, will lie across. n
:\\ : Our merchants do a considerable busiW when he was flogged by a band petition. Petitions for assistance arc ,;l "The Parent Teachers Association. nsI : prairie where only five or six habitations BRADFORD
'l\ W\::'\ ness with out of town customers and j lof men at Shreveport last night. circulated almost daily but never I I" Community Asset. Supt. II. It.I are found along the road. -
.; \ ; ,. what is not sent by mail Is sent by Mull was taken from his hotel at turned away. In fact, as soon ns distress I Wiggins talked about how to secure The Telegraph and hiM many other Bradford Jan. 20.--J. V. Edwards
,} express then there are crates sacks Shreveport and after being severely becomes known our kind men financial support when public funds friends congratulate Mr. Hayes on his' was n business visitor to Alachua onrneeduty.
':' c; and boxes of berries, nuts, eggs, chickens flogged was carried to Greenville and and women leand assistance before it :' lire lacking plisses Cecil Hall and progress anti wish him continued pros .
I," It', and other produce to be sent away put aboard a train and ordered to is. asked. Forbearance and kindnessis Vera Long discussed! spelling( in the perity. P. A. Crosby was in our community ,
I '." :: as well as the inevitable bunches of leave the section. Two men took! shown on every hand. When public I(!; primary und intermediate "rmles.I Tuesday.
::1 brooms and mineral water. The imports him from his hotel, but they were money gives out, voluntary subscriptions | "How to Interest the UninterestedI ST. MARK'S CIII'KCHServices The cold weather of luttt week was
,
by express are fruits goods for joined by several others. keep our schools running./ Wo I I Pupil" was discussed. by O. O. iKivnl, taken advantage of by those having!
the garages, for the merchants for Blood stained garments and a severely have the best behaved, children to be followed l by "How to Got; Host Results next Sun.l.1yIt 11 n. m. hogs to butcher.
., private parties, too numerous to men- lacerated scalp and black eye found anywhere. I From the Eighth Grade" by Mrs. Bessie and 7:30:: :' 'in.We .r, C. Cone, of Broker was u business .
' were exhibited by Mulks who said he I la Starke tough ? Jews and Gentiles : McGruder. II. B. Lane spoke con- I now commemorate Ile I Kpiphany: visitor in this section Wednesday v
tion.Starke is a busy, lively town. Let's was seized by two men as he stood in i natives and strangers, white and eerning The Professionally Trained or the manifestation of Clirl.it to the, I'
wf,'k for yet more business.! the lobby of one of the largest hotelsof black live together in the most amicable Teacher vs. the Merely Certificated icntilcs. The word Is derived, from A. B. Surrency parsed. through hero'
Shreveport was forced into an automobile i manner. We laughed$ at Sidney J. Teu'hl'r.tiss/ Jeannette Matthews "epiphaino( which moans to "show Tuesday' enroute to Worthington.Ira .
and carried 20 miles from Catts for hit railing/ against the Catholics j wild forth or to manifest" It was originally W. Pinholster Jr. business
LONG BRIDGE j an excellent paper entitled, "I it- was a -
I the city where the punishment!: was and we laugh at the Dearborn eraturo in Higher Grammar Grades.; used both for Chrlwtnmn Day, visitor to Worthington Wednesday -
administered by several unmaskedmen Independent for its railing against I when Christ was manifested in the.
morning.
Dr. Roemer loan of -
Long Bridge Jan. 20. Miss secondary education -
Mae Johns attended/ church-at Vander-Ruby none of whom were known to the Jews. Every man is accorded in the University of Florida, llosh, and fur the munlfentiition, of n E. B. Andreu passed through hero
him. Mulk estimated he was struck freedom of conscience and the right star to the Gentiles. Later in the .
made Wednesday.Mrs.
address the
vilt Saturday night an on subject of
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. 40 times with a heavy leather strap, of making his living by any honest "Encouragement. His. discourse was fourth oonturj and I in'' the western Wadu HurrelL and daughter,
congratulations Sapp are receiving in addition, he said to being throtlcd I calling. During and soon after the i vory interesting and sparkled with church, the Epiphany: seems to have i.1I -110. wore visitors to Union county
: over the arrival '
of a and otherwise mistreated. war, when so many communities mado I,I wit and wisdom. acquired u more Independent, position Sunday, afternoon.
son. I lie announced his intention of returning life a burden for the people 'born in ] with reference to thn manifestation Billy Surrency spent Saturday and
I ," Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe. of New to Chicago for a time as soon enemy countries they were safe from :I j I I MILLER to the !Magi 1 or Wise !Men of the Eust.: Sunday with his. family here.
River, passed through here Sunday. as he recuperates from his injuries. any molestations or insults! in Starke i I As Christ. mat ia a fixed season nail, Malcolm Harroll of Ft. White, vis-
\ Ruby Johns gave a pound party on These were said by medical attendants and Bradford county. We carry our I'I the d.ite of Easter: varies, so this sou- ltd, his parents' Mr. and Mrs. W. !M.
: '"
.. Friday night: A large crowd attended not to be serious. kindness and forbearance to such an ;j Miller i ', .J \11. ) \ninic' thus who | Hun varies In length. This year" it has Iurl..1hero\ Sunday. .
I and reported a nice time. !Attended the school mooting Luke
extent that five
rather Sunday
we walk around
t I Lester I'inholster of Pine Hill', was
Dr. King 'of Lake Butler I l I Butler :Saturday wore Messrs. N. II.I .
was a WOMEN: NOT ELIGIIILE TO ACT. cats and dogs/: lying on the sidewalks a visitor Worthington Saturday af
professional visitor here last week. AS JURORS than to kick them out of the way. I I I Stokes, [). L. Hyatt, H. C. Poppies. ISAI'TIST. CHURCH NOTES: ternoon.
'i{ Onie Dowling is the guest of her There is less of hypocrisy and back- :,! Clifton Richard, of Sanford, visit- Mr. anti Mrs. Leonard Cook and

cousin, Jessie Lee Dowling. Clerk L. W. Drummond is in receiptof I biting here than in any place we have led, friends. in this community one day The regular services of the church buoy I of Ft. White, visited her sinter,
; Several from here attended prayer a letter from Judge/ A. V. Long been acquainted with.Ve huvo no'''last weok. will be held on Sunday next the pastor Mrs.' W. M. Harrell, Sunday.
r meeting at New River Saturday eve- ( that under the constitution of factions Mr. and, Mrs. Roland Thomas were J. J.
stating and no bosses. i I j Bullen occupying the pulpit. i i Harley Andreu and sister Fay
I
I I called to the bedside of their
duuirh-
ning.Mr. Florida only male persons are quali- These conditions, according to the Bible school at 9:43: II, m. Tim were business visitors to Worthington
and Mrs. C. :M. McKinney were I fied to sit as jurors and thereforethe Golden Rule with which practical !|j I ter, Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake Butler school is graded and otters rapaMo I Saturday afternoon.J. .

called to the bedside of his mother at names of women voters should not Christianity. is measured, shows our I l i last week. teaching for nil ages. I'rof. B. B. V. Kdwards: was a business visitor -
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\ Graham last week. be placed in the jury box. town up in a good light. The truth of i j Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Lane would like to see the men gatherin to Brooker Saturday.
Rev. Williams, of Starke filled his In selecting the pames for the jury our statements will be testified. to by I|Il'rovlll'nce. visited relatives In this goodly numbers in tho class of Mr. Russ. of Brooker, was a visitorto
', regular apopintment here Saturday box the county commissioners were anyone who has lived here six months. community Sunday.Dr. which he is the teacher. Worthington Sunday.J. .
t' and Sunday. under the impression that all voters Seeber King of Lake Butler Divine worship at 11 o'clock, when C. Willoure wan a business visitor -
I '"\, E. A. Sapp was transacting business regardless of sex, were eligible for HAMPTON: was a professional visitor hero Sutur- the pastor will speak on "Why Men in this section Saturday.
fn in Lake Butler Monday. jury duty, but under the ruling of the day. Should Pray." Christ said men ought Wiles. Dubose and wife, of Fort
Mrs. Bl: Mott and children of Worthington judge Mr. Drummond, the clerk, will Hampton, Jan. 20.-J. D. Pry and Miss Francis. Waters entertained a always to pray. We are !going to try White, visited relatives In this com-
I \ Springs, were visiting rela- not put any names of women in the family who have been located in the number of her young friends with a to understand why it is a moral obligation munity Sunday. ,
tives here Sunday. box. To overcome the matter the word Miller cottage left this week for social Friday evening./ to pray as Christ's use of the Mrs. J. D. Baxter passed I through
I I' Era Roberts spent Sunday here, the "male" will have to be stricken from Omega, Ga., where they will make I I, Rev. E. B. Joyner filled! his apoint- word "ought" indicates.' hero Sunday morning enroute to her
', guest of relatives and friends. the constitution by amendment. their future home. I ment at Harmony Free Will Baptist Senior and Intermediate) Ii. Y. 1'. U. homo at Brooker.
'>> Laura McKinney, of New River, Bronson Times. Mrs. W. P. Birt and children, Marvin I(I church Saturday and Sunday at 0:30 followed by the evening ser G. II. Colson and wife, of Ilrooker
was in our section Sunday. and Florrie Bell, of Alachua coun- I Miss Blanche Roberts, of Luke Butler vice at 7:30. The sermon will bo on and Miss. Lubediu I'inholster were in
!) Mrs. II. O. Rivers and family were DEATH OK INFANTThe ty, spent the week-end with friends spent the week-end with Miss those striking. anti fearfully Severn this' section Sunday.
i it in New River visiting relatives Sat I and relatives.A I,:I Pearl Brown. words of our Lord, found In Matt. I J. V. Edwards and wife were guestsof
t urday. many friends! of Mr. and Mrs. telephone exchange ha* been' Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle, accompanied 21:41: "Whosoever shall full on this W. M. Harrell Sunday afternoon.
Miller Johns was attending to business W. K. Wilder of Orlando, will regretto proposed. for our town. A line running I by Misses Norma Dekle stone shall bo broken but on whomsoever -
in Lake Dutler Saturday. ( learn of the death of their infant from Lhke Geneva and Keystone and Ruby Proctor, of Five Mile attended it shall full it will grind; him to I WILL SERVE OYSTERSThe
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins are the daughter Gloria, who died at their Heights to Hampton will by the ex- the party at the home of Mr. powder." In Hia ministry Jesuit win
proud parents of a son. home Jan. 7, 1922.! change be connected with the Hell and Mrs. T. H. Waters Friday ht.II. not only gentle, He wna also severe; Woman's Club will serve oys-
i Eunice McKinney and sister Lulu, Miss Wilder is a Starke girl and system which will be a great thing S. Miller made a business! tripto and us His ministry drew to a clone, tern this evening at the Juanita Cute
of New River attended church here will be remembered as Miss Gladys for the town.J. Lake Butler Saturdc-: these two aspects of it, both its. /gentleness from 0 to 8 o'clock. Tho proceed
Sunday.C. Prescott. W. Eedenbaugh and family have !Misses !Mabel and Neta ISIafr.! ifrfs- and Its severity, grndunlly In- will lie used to further the activities of
A. Johns, J. J. Thomas and Howard moved to the Miller cottage. tant teachers of Miller school spent creased.! Join with us on Sunday: evening I the flub. Tho patronage of the public
Thomas of New River were inc SCHOOL FUND :MUST: HE RAISED L. A. Johns and family of Alachua, the week-end with their parents"" at und let us consider together is solicited.
,: this section Sunday. were visiting friend and relatives in Providence. these words. upon which perhaps you
1 Mr. and Mrs P. B. Crews! and children This'week ends the four months of town Saturday and Sunday. I Clifton Roberts, of Worthington, attended have never yet heard a sermon. OYSTEIl SUPPER TillS EVENINGThe ;: ;
t were in New River Saturday on the public school to be paid for by the C. E. Harper was a business. visitor church here Sunday.
business. county school board, and the matter to Jacksonville'Ionday.! I Supt. O. L. Mizelle visited our school METHODIST: HEADINGCIRCLE Woman's Club will give an oyster -
t. S. C. Crews was attending to business of continuing the school is now entirely The Hampton school Is progressing Thursday. ENTERTAINED: supper this evening (Friday: ) for
''j -In New River last week. in the hands of the patrons. The nicely under the able management of I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Shallur' of the benefit of the new club house fund
Donald l Adkins was in New River trustees have in hand only a little Prof. Duval. Dukes passed through her! Sunday Mrs. C. L. PP nd Mrs. E. K. Ferryman They will serve fine oysters, coffee,
Sunday. more than enough money to curry: the The following program was rendered en route to Providence entertaithe reading circle pickles, etc., also home-mado candy.
'i Alphia, Iva and Minnie Hodges, of, school on for one more month. Those at the Christian church Wednet .lay State Rural School Inspector R. F. of the Methodist missionary society The waiters will be a number of young
t. New River, attended church here Sun who have subscribed to the school ex- evening. Leader Elizabeth Wheeler. Turner visited Miller school Thurs! Monday afternoon from three to five. ladies of the town. Mr. Williams has
,1 I' day.Inez sion fund are asked to make payments Subject, "God in Our Lives." The new book for study is on African generously given the use of his cafe
Brannen and brother Elmo, of' promptly in order that the work may Song. day.B.. E.': Brown mad business trip missions and Is entitled, "In Wcmbo- for tho occasion, and will also assistin
l Lake Butler, spent the week-end here go on without interruption. Paymentsmay Prayer-Leader. I to Lake Butler Saturday. Nyama Land," and Mrs. Ferryman is cooking the oysters. Supper beginsat
,visiting.Mr. be made at either of the banks. Talk-A. A. Futch. i J. S. Howard, of Dukes, was a bust study circle leader for the year. six o'clock. Juanita Cafe Is the
and Mrs. U. D. Johns and lit Special Song-Corlne and Elizabeth ness visitor here recently.Mr. The hostesses, assisted by Loulso place
tle son, of Pine Hill, passed through The teachers association at Hampton Wheeler. and Mrs. C. II. Harrison, of Peek and Allan Long, served wafers
r bere Sunday. I last Saturday was attended by the Sentence Prayer.DiscussionProf.. Worthington attended church here and hot chocolate with whipped cream. Mrs. Jennie Thornquost arrived In
Missouri Hodges and daughter were following party from Starke: Supt.H. Duval. Sunday. The meetings of the reading circleare Starke Thursday. She has been at
attending to business In New River B. Wiggins, Prof. B. B. Lane, Ar- Song. very helpful, and all ladies of the Rochester, :Minn., Ir-nr-cr than sir
Monday. thur McRae Mrs' Bessie McGruder Discussion-Mrs. Smyzer. Cards have been received in this Methodist church are cordially Invitedto monde' taking radium treatment. for
Melvin McKinney, of Miami, attended Misses Olive Ray, Jeannette :Matthews J. J. Brannen has been a guest of city from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Amber- attend. cancer. Now that she has joined her
prayer meeting at home /f Miller and Eva Powell. friends and relatives In Lake Butler. son, announcing the birth of a daughter husband and daughter the family
Johns Wednesday night. -- whom they have named Luclle Miss Josephine Brinson returned on have moved into their own home the
Joe Hodges was in New River Sat' Mrs. J. Bowman, of Edge-water, N. Rev. M. L. Smith made a-business Douglas. Mrs. Amberson will be remembered Monday from a visit with relatives In I old Sullivan place on the Theresa
urday. J., la visiting her brother, L. V. Moore trip to Jacksonville yesterday as Miss Lettie Kite. Jacksonville. road. j
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PAGE TWO FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 1922.
i BRADFORD COUNTY TELE4.KAPH. flTARKB.
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/ THAT MATERNITY LAW AS from the very start under th 1- TilE TAMPA UNION PRINTERSThe I WATEKMILL: Thursday.

PROPOSED KY SPINSTERSNow beneficial influence of communi-" 1 Carroll Atkinson, of Brooker was a,

kindergartens and schools. HT \ Union printers in Tampa are Watermill, Jan. 20.-G. B. Colson visitor here Friday afternoon.W. .

Federal Law; OM Maids to Show they grow up to be real communist th&neeieven l' : terribly worked up because both the and J. C. Cone, of Brooker, were here B. Burton made a business trip
to Sampson Thursday.
Mothers Care (?) elf Children To compel the mother t > Tampa dallies the Tribune and Times, Friday on business.
Mrs. Dixon
Equilla
surrender her children to us, 1 cigarettes have gone on an open shop basis. Tho Tom Purncll, of New RiveT, passed attended the!
teachers association at
I There has been passed by congress the soviet state, that is the prat printers over the country have been through Friday enroute to Brooker, I urday. Hampton Sat-

,,1' 1 and signed by the president n measure tical task before us. I ; demanding a forty-four hour week, where he organized a Farmers Union I Mr. and Mrs. Charley
known as "The Child's Welfare" law. In America we have gone far enoughIn .with forty-eight hours pay. A few McKinney ofNew
; 1 While federal making(' child the ward of the I : r. I the labor unions of the Club.Mr. River, are at the bedside of his
., a law, It Is operative In I ,,([i. : years ago and Mrs. Lonnie Goodge and mother, Mrs Alfred McKinney.
such states as accept it. States acceptr state, but should we go so far as to JL e if\. : country made a fight for a fortyeighthour children, of Pine Hill, spent Saturdaywith

r 1 : legislative action. As the measure make the child the property of the .: ..... I n' I week. At the time the fight began his brother, J. Goodge. 1
e before mad! law was approved by 24 state, we would enter upon a policy 't;:! many concerns were working! brother "Rastus, how is it you have given

governors, it may be well for thj people which sooner or later would wreck the t t'Three 14"" ':;; their men sixty hours a week, und Miss Odessa! Melvin and through, I'I iup going to church?" asked Parson
Russell of New River passed
1 to understand just what "The American home In the ruin of the ', I\ '. some even more. The forty-eight Brown

a, Child Welfare" law Is. state itself; for under such bolshevistic \JI,4; \ hour week became the basis, but the here Saturday. 'I I "Well, sah," replied Rastus, "It's
I M. Thomas of Lake Butler, was a ,,
,
What the law Is called and what it policy women would not bear chil- ;;} union printers were not satisfied. dis way. I used to take an active part

really Is are two different things. dren, and, when they refused< to do so, I Early last year they called a strike visitor here Saturday. an' I used to pass de collection basket
here
What the law is, Is Indicated by its the 10J'lcalltep here as in Russia, TURKISH I throughout the country for a reduction I Mr. Wiggins, of Clayno, was but dey's give de job to Brothah Green

provisions. Tho law provides forced would l be to force them to bear them Friendly VIRGINIA I of 4 hours per week in working last week looking after affairs. who jest returned from ovah thaiah."
Brooker Satur
1 registration of pregnancy, compulsory by whomsoever the government might Gentlemen BURLEY time, but they were not willing to accept F.van lodge was in "In recognition of his heroic service -

governmental examination designate. I reduction in The strike was day. I suppose?'
prenatal -
The perfect blend of the three pay.
I and daughter
of expectant mothers, legal' interference American civilization has its weak perfect tobaccosin i called at a time when thousands of Mrs. J. II. Brown !I "No, sah, I reckon he got dat job in
cigarette Willie Mae
regarding the employment of spots, but the remedies i if needed must perfect men were out of employment and Mary, and granddaughter, recognition o' his having lost one of
one cigarette
section last Thurs- ,
I in New River
were "
a midwife or a physician, and superior be American, not socialistic or bolshe- everybody ekcept the union people, his hands

government rights in the rearing vistic. As a rule the weakness of the I oneelevencigarettes I were making sacrifices to secure a : day. I

and training of a child. Thus the law American people in time find their I readjustment of conditions. Owing to riustis Kelly and sisters, of New Humorist-Have you ever seen that

provides governmental Invasion of the own remedies, mainly because the the fact that a large number of printers :' River, passed through here Sunday joke before?

home and the most private and, sacred freedom and liberty prevailing in this I i all over the country were out of enroute to Brooker. I Editor-Neither before nor yet.

rights of life, also inspection and Intermeddling country contain no restraints that I employment, and everybody was curtailing Eugene Bryant of New Rier, wasa

when the mother's desires may be needed. One weakness has flfor Oz I expenses in printing as in other visitor here Sunday. LODGE DIRECTORY

1 should have free exercise. This just found its remedy in the emanci- I things, the union printers have almost I Mrs. C. M. Lewis returned home -

la the "Maternity" law, so-called, n pation of women from political bond I universally "lost out" The demands I last week from New River, where she F. & A. M.

i law that its proponents and advocates that were decidedly irksome. They @ of the union printers were |, has been visiting friends. Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M..

i will.. now endeavor to have accepted by now enjoy equality with men in our 111 p.\tT.f..AVE. (I' I I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green, of Pine : meets every 2nd and 4th Monday
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h' the several- states. I plan of self-government, ana thia i will-ing I; Hill, spent Friday here transacting nights at 8 o'clock. Visiting brothers

d This measure was advocated by !an I equality is predicated on their being The frosts of last week set the berries --(bread and butter. It is the minimum ,I business. I welcome. Members expected to be-

organization dominated by unmarried!I as Independent of governmental direction back somewhat but the growersare i jof hours to work. The time-honored 1 1I I Dave Green, of Pine Hill, was here present.

women working through the Chil. and supervision! as men are. right Prices I hule-eight hours for work, eight Sunday morning. L G. POWELL, W. M.
scrapping some on.
dren's Bureau, which is constituted a I They will be so independent if they ass for what hours for rest and eight hours for Mrs. Viola Thomas was the guestof E. W. HAYES, Sec'y.
have been satisfactory
follows: sert themselves against the coterie of ,' very play-is a fair, Just and healthful Mrs. J. II. Brown last week.

Miss Julia Lathrop, chief. meddling old maids who if they were has been shipped. division of the twenty-four. Lately' Little Merrill Thomas spent last I. O. O. F.

'h Miss Blanche Steele. not spinsters, would be the first to I the labor unions seem to have lost week at Brooker visiting her grand- May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F.,

t' Miss! Emma Lundberg. protest against this maternity law. HIGHLAND I sight of the proposition of fairness. mother, Mrs. Tiercy Roberts. meets every Tuesday night at 7:90.:

t Miss Katherine Lenrott The thing now to do Is to preventthis i The one aim seems to be to get every- Reba Markee was transacting bus All members should be present vU-

Miss Anna Ruhl. law being accepted by the states. Highland, Jan. 20-Mrs. H. C. Wim- thing possible and give in return just | iness in New River Saturday afternoon Itlng brothers welcome.E. .

Miss E. N. Matthews. This can be done by protesting to governors berly and Miss Ethel Ricks were shop ( ai ]little as possible. In many Instances I W. IIAYES, N. G.

Miss Flora Seibert. and legislators. Organizationsand ping in Jacksonville Wednesday. I where there has been no possibility I Joe Greene, of Pine Hill, was here W. L. WALL, Sec'y.
j Miss Mary Duck ford. Individual women can write let- Gilbert H. Barker made a business to get more money and shorter hours Monday afternoon.Mrs. .

, 4, Mrs. Helen Woodbury. ters to them disapproving acceptance.If trip to Jacksonville Saturday.W. I there has been a well organized system Josie Warren and children, of W. O. W.

ti Observe that the entire bureau is they would l prevent acceptance they Max Wimberly spent Thursday ,) to cut down production so that Graham, were visiting: friends in this All Friends Camp No. 138, W. O.
should write at -
-
t composed of unmarried women, except once. and Friday in Jacksonville on busi I more union men would have to be given section Sunday.Mr. I W., meets every Friday night at 8

Mrs.'Helen Woodbury, who (also her ness.Robert employment to procure the necessary and Mrs Gladys Stokes had as 'o'clock at I. 0: O. F, hall. Visiting

+ ti husband) holds a job in government LAWTEY Moore, of Lawtey, was a output. We do not know any- guests' Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. D. Polk Sovereigns and members requested t*
t department. But this Is not all. Under business visitor here Friday. thing about the conditions in manu- and children. be .

the authority of those who are Lawtey, Jan. 20.-\frs.! W. II. :Miner Miss Ethel Ricks left Sunday for facturing enterprises or mining operations Allen Thomas was in the Graham present.D.. L. EIGBY C. C.

f I urging the bill there has been prepared was a visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Jacksonville where she will spend or railroad work, or other', section Sunday. J. W. MORGAN Clerk.

Y Y, a book (published government W. M. Redding and daughters several days. industries employing union labor, but W. R. Hodges attended Sunday
; expense) on Maternity Care and Welfare moved back here from Jacksonvillefirst I I
Rev. J. L. Strickland attended the thirty-six years close contact with the school at Dcdan Sunday. 666 is a prescription for CoUfe

i L. of Young Children. This document f part of last week. meeting of the state mission board of I printing business has taught us something J. T. Reaves, of Gainesville, was a Fever and LaGrippe. It's the

has been prepared by: Miss Lizzie Richardson, of Sander the Baptist church in Jacksonville, returning -, about this trade, and we know caller here Sunday.Mr. most speedy remedy we know-

Ip ,I Miss Grace Meigs. son, Is spending a few days here as Wednesday. He was accom- the work is always light, and any man I and Mrs. W. W. Brown and Adv.

Miss Viola Paradise. the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Louis panied by his brother, Rev. Raymond I who is worth fifteen cents in counter- duuJChterVillie Mae, were visitors to .

,t Miss Helen Dart. Marr. Strickland, Webster, who left for feit money undergoes. no hardship by' the Graham section Sunday. I 41rav'rs ra' tel*.. caK.: setae

Miss Stella Packard. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sapp were call- his home Webster Thursday. putting In eight hours a day' under Mrs. F. S. Fowler, who has beenSuiting restores vitality ant energy: by porlf ytol cud .

Miss May Lane. ed here from Starke Thursday on account II. Wimberly was a business visitor the working conditions prevailing in >' different points in south Florida I! rirhintftha blood. You can soon feel l Ju Strcoiivn?
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nl.irt avIttaraUnil E.Tx.-r.: prk. Iwo
Miss Etta Philbrook. of serious illness of Mrs. I
the
......, to Lawtey Tuesday. practically every print shop in the returned home last week. She .
Mist Letitla Fyffe. Sapp's mother. Frank Swartz, of Canton, Ohio, was country. Individually we have put in was accompanied by her daughter, '

Miss Dorothy Williams. :Mr. and Mrs H. L. Black, of Jacksonville here Monday looking after his bus 1- about sixteen hours a day nearly every Mrs. Amanda Montin and son, Du-

II' Miss! Janet Geister. were guests Sunday of. Mr. no t'i interests, he having recently purchased day for the past thirty years, and ard.
A. companion book on Infant Mortal jind Mrs. William Black goon for
here. we are as
property many years moro
Hugh Butler of
Crosby
I Brooker at-
y is credited toMss A. A. Smith Is in Jacksonville this Joe Marr, Jr., of Starke, spent Sunday I of the same hours. The unions lay tended Sunday school at Dedan Sun- .

Meika Allen. week attending United States court with relatives.Mr. great stress on the assertion that nil day,

M1 '< !Melissa Farrell.Mi us juror. and Mrs. Leslie Grills, Arthur (j union printers are efficient and de- Jack Goodge in i
was Clayno Satur-
Roberta Kane.Elizabeth Mrs. S. J. Sternburg, of Starke, was Griflls and Ophus Godwin, of !Max- Ipemlable.I In our experience we have
'. Mill Moore. the last week of Mrs. F.. D.Sayles. .,day.News C ,
guest yule, visited friends and relatives found exactly the opposite true. Six' r
reached here last week of th < ...
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.1.1l -
Mis Jessie Rial. :;; -
t here Sunday. I months ago necessity' forced us to .1 death of the youngest child of11'; ::' '
Mills Mary Van Zilo. L. H. Hill was a business visitorto .:;
Rev. Jas. F. Conway, of MiiMleburjj, turn the print shop to a union printer and :Mrs. Luther Ginn, of Knights,
Miss Reno Rosenberg. Starke Thursday. filled his at the for three weeks and i i li' I
appointment Baptist absolutely the pneumonia being the of death.They 1 III'1" II
Still, anothe1' companion book deal- I Mrs. Dock Norman, of Ruiford, church Sunday. most that he did was to collect his. cause '!! .I : 3I
have ,
friends
k ing-with Rural Children is by Miss spent several days in Lnwtey last Rev. J. L. Strickland left Mondayfor money and lay around drunk between sympathize many with the here who wi'l!! "I'I/',!! /' I ,E' II''I'' ==

Frances Bradley and Miss Margarcta week with relatives. Manning where he will spend the I i,j] times. We do not say that all union ily. bereaved fam- ., I 1 .3...:

WIWOO."on.Still A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. week in the interest of his church at printers should not be allowed to car- Marvin Ilazcn and Clara Rub It In for :
another on Maternal Mortality Silas Futch Jan. 10th. Cone of
; that place.F. ry cards.. They should be kicked out
Brooker
j{ is the work of Miss Grace Miss were in our section Sun- Colds ia the Chest,
Meigs, Harold Thomas, of Jacksonville wasa M. Crews was a business visitor, of any organization that claims honesty
t. Emma Duke and Miss Viola Paradise. visitor to Lawtey Saturday. to Starke Saturday. and efficiency for its members. day.Ollie Sore Throat, CIpp *dil

From 'all of which it would seem Fred Conners, of Jacksonville, spent Everett Vaughn returned Sunday The labor unions are killing them- attended Kelly and sisters, of Brooker, loflunmitioa of Any Kind

E that spinsters alone are competent to Sunday with his family near Lawtey. night after a business trip to Dayto- selves as fast as they can, by makingunreasonable Sunday. Sunday school at Dedan last The pure Kxulio oils iiibtantiy.in Mrxtenn 1\1"0'11' Liniment !-

direct maternity matters. Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter returnedto na. demands and failing to and reduce Bwellinx of gland.penetrate, A.uitan quickly
But this is not the worst of the mat- their home in Jacksonville\ Wednesday give efficient and Lewis Shriver and Inez Abernnthy is{ PRrtfcMilarlv effective i in trrarlrr, C roup.
satisfactory service. I of Brooker Diphtheria KheumHtimn. Lum hO>(I}.Frostmien. -
in
ter. The law was framed, offered and after spending several days Labor unions were this section Sun- .Cuts HUI"8. Hili-.-all admcl.tathatcan
WOOI1LAWN are powerful in this
,
I d.iv. possibly' be reached by extern U
I urged not because there Is need in free with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. r country, but there is one ]law that can- I remedy Contains: no alcohol an -UOhS
America for I bosses Ath: and Opal Lewis, of NOT SMART OR STING. 71 wnrs1..ue.ee.
government supervision Miss EmmA Andrews '
,I is In Starke Woodlawn, Jan. 20.-Mesdamei not be gotten around, and that is the Graham, attended ... Mo' home should be without it.
of maternity, but because as Miss this week teaching school in the Sunday school at
placeof law of justice and
Lois, Glady and Myrtle Norman and right. What is not Dedan Sunday afternoon. Doctor Prescrib.tRead TTutEf
* Lathrop put it- C. R. Sapp, who Is representing the Master Damon with relatives just and right cannot, will not and
spent Sunday Misses J- C.
Rhoda
and Compton Mim. writesiI
Ratliff.
I ,,;, _,t. Germany, Austria and Hungary 14th district at the Masonic Grand in the Wnteroak section. must not stand. The people of the in the Brooker section Reba Brown were ;Have preacrlbedyourMrxiennhluataog: ; :
Sunday. lor Sore Throat.Chilbl.uns.:
established
early maternity in Jacksonville.
systems Lodge country have gotten' thoroughly and the result
Miss Debbie Phillips is spending a wearyof were entuely satisfactory.
i and Denmark, Norway, mnn.Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes of Thai- while in Valrico with friends. and rela- the unjust dictation of labor unions tiKAHAM! I think very hiuhly of it."

'Russia, Serbia, Sweden, Switzer- ; tives. and if the unions continue to exist FREE WITH 25 TRIAL.BOTTLE. ,

land have provided maternity the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. '. D. B. Browning held a road working,: they must change their tactics and be Graham, Jan.-20.-0. W. SssJjrJSl' OZrf:,.Ab11AAn""enJ iwm.' :: r.1'ng.,''::;! ,hl.'n,11U.r.::.'.!.:.nse
benefits. No such Dyal made itau el '" t A1 a.S.
system once Stokes. near his residence Thursday and the willing to do their part in the hours a business trip to Brooker : fu'uw;: $; "L.T.-iJ''f: : : *

A." undertaken, has ever been aban. Marcus Brown of Starke, spent ladies served dinner. when the nation and the people need E. J. Murrhee Tuesday. 25C50c$1.00Sold
and
doned. The tendency in legislation Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. O.
parents Miss Beatrice the help and sacrifice of all classes to
visitor
Phillips was a W. Dyal. spent by Drug and General Store
has always been toward including Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown.A. Wednesday and Thurs
I get back to normal. "
Green
to Lawtey Saturday afternoon.J. Cove Th
day at Hawthorne, being called there *Good Old Standby Sac lS-I8"
" larger and ]larger B. Prevatt business
groups
was! transacting
Times.
I
.. S. Norman
I I was transacting business by the sickness of their brother. MEXICAN
r toward increased benefits and toward in Starke Friday. I
in Starke Saturday morning.
Mrs. Blanche
the compulsory as contrast Rev. E. D. filled his Robinson and Mrs.
Boyer appoint- Heilbronn school Does Bob cut much ice
Sunday met Sunday with Dolly? Goodge, of Sampson MUSTANGLINIMENT
\ ed with the were business
voluntary principle.
ment at the Baptist church Sunday,
and Yes, but the
spent a very profitable after I cutting season is about visitors here Thursday.
Still worse, the sponsors for this morning and evening.
noon. over for Bobbie-they in two ,
marry
Simmy
law cited no American authority, but Fortune Moulin of Jacksonville, wasa weeks. Thomas and son, Charley,
Miss Mamie Lou Norman spent Sat- were business
foreign, notably Mme. Kallontal, of visitor to Lawtey Sunday. visitors to Waldo last
and
urday night Sunday with Grandma
Russia, an associate of Lenine who Charlie Shaw, of Raiford, was a visitor Carter. -------------- -
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holdsWe I to Lawtey Thursday. Farmers of our section are mulch ,
must remove children from J. B. Florrid, of Starke, was a visitor .
their berries
ing picking and getting
r the pernicious influence of the here Sunday. ready for a big crop.C. Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

fijmily.! We must register, or- I Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hood moved L. Hilliard visited George Carterof
let us speak plainly-we must na- here last week from Mandarin to take Lawtey i
Sunday. If local
;
tionalize them. Thus they are charge of the farm of P. L. Dinkins, 'i your merch.ndee Dot carry your wsnl.ccme: her. Many In
women
( Miss Beatrice Phillips celebratedher i h.re. Our aim i. to at all timei render your: community .hep
-- about mile south of town. Mr. good service, m.inl.in a high
one 14th quality cf lood. and .11 .malle.t
anniversary at the at
prices po.bl. Ou;:.lock.
.. . . ... ar.equalln: .ize of any Store in tt..
. .. and Mrs. Hood were former resident. of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning State with tJ-. exception of en. city

4' no tax now I of this vicinity. Thursday. --I
James
Starling was a visitor to Clyd Wilkerson spent Saturday and

Baldwin Saturday. Sunday with relatives in this section.
JLUDEN'Smenthol P. L. Dinkins, of Jacksonville pent I I Qlltl l lSen1ice

Sunday with his family. Guest-What possessed you to move 7filMm

Ernest Norman, of Raiford, visited away off here to the extreme edge of .
relatives In Lawtey Saturday and the city?
I
cough drops Sunday. Host-The trolley cars stop runningat GAINESVILLE.FLORIDA
A. R. Bowden of West Jacksonville
10( p. m.
I
: was a visitor to Lawtey during the
jar/ce # What of that?
/: week-end. All Postage Charges Paid
Wait till you see my pretty daugh- By Us On mail OrdersAn
J M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, er.
straight nont the week-end with his family.

c GIVE QUICK RELIEF James Mann, of Raiford, visited rcltlvvs A mother Is always seeking a good exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced shot

""= Ju't=- hereVednesday.. match for her daughter-yet\ a good Let her shop for you-Just write per---
53 Jutes Eunice of Port Tampa match Is stick I
merely with
spent a cheap
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\ tmmmmmn-mJJ.tmW:1CI1Irmmmm.mmmmm.mmrJL.lffllIImtmroJJ t :: : lr end one resulting in his drowning' 'NARROW ESCAPE(: FROM INSTANT When your own task you haven't begun No matter how hard we have tried;

board l from the schooner, but w.ts rescued ; It is
easy enough not to
speak of the
News of Florida in Short ParagraphsLive when he! arose to the water's sur Tt'a best
easy enough to fuss and find fault!
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OJ'''' 0 r r.auusnnr" vnsns. n' ?snows .L' l.nst :Saturday uiiemond while David When others are doimr! their beat. AH l to dwell nil the time on the worst

:-1 P. and George W. Coffin were delivering To sneer at the little they have nchitvcd Viiil pcrluips it is proper sometimes

State New Apropos to the subject cf the So- a load of freight to Mrs ,\.1 i to find fault,

bring hot water' wells> concerning L. Smith's store, the former was When you have done nothing; but rent. Cut bo sure YOU have done something -
aue .r.+rrnwwnwn uw.n .rrnue. which there has been so much published
:caught, between the truck and tho door I first.

Told by Our Exchanges in tho state papers recently, it facing and was seriously hurt in the It's easy enough/ to cavil and carp,
might be interesting to note that I1' of tho heart. )
............,..._................uu...-,....................._..._....._.__.-.......... u....... ..................................".w.u."""""' ........._.... .... ... .......,.u..uuJUJUnu\l. .. A. Angerstein, a former resident of the region truck, which his Ho brother had,preceded George, I To critU'isis scoff and deride i Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days
naglma ri-ftirnl If P''VZO OINTMEN
For few of money fall
The big government dredge Sarasota the shooting Saturday morning. From I Boca Grande, is authority for tho {I was backing to the door, and was I us ever have dune perfect IocureltchlneNllnd. .II,4siiisorPrntrudilnlrtlra; .
'' InMnntly lollvvca I
work Itchlnit Film
is at work five miles above Fort the information obtainable he was 'I statement that a hot water well" was looking over his shoulder into the K'.luil: tWu' uftcr; ttl lltnt iwullcnuuu.: and u rVteoVIUEvery lan cc

Myers at the jetties in the Culoosa- shot by his wife. The cause of the ]'struck at that place some ten or i store talking to Mrs. Smith, oblivious -- --

hatchee river, deepening the channelto affray has not been definitely learned twelve years ago/ at a depth of 1,600 ,I lof tho near approach of the truck. In

seven feet. yet feet. The water in this instance was. fact, his brother lot tho m chino go

I salty, however, and being of no apparent farther than was intended and thus Fords

w ( Tho Florida Motor Transportation "Growers received more than $10- value was capped and aban the accident was caused. < r

000 for berries sold last doned. Another well)) drilled about the
y Company has put on a bus line to Monday, remarked For a few mom.'ntR(1') ( Coffin was

Jacksonville. The bus leaves Miami the Plant City Courier in a same time proved a dry hole and from I breathless and l had to sit down for n ..17forEveryFeld

;l' at 8 a. rn., and goes to Cocoa the first big headline. The story is well wortha that day to this Boca Grande has been i while, and was forced I to quit hill work

day and arrives in Jacksonville the big talk for there are few places unable to strike a satisfactory flow of Fortunately, the bolts that had fastened Its

following day, taking: two days to getting money in at that rate just good artesian water.! the standard to the floor workout -

make the trip.A now. The shipments on the day men- .ti! the day before, and but for this

tioned showed a total of 37,160 quartsof Charles Weston, of Miami, aided by the end piece that struck would have

seedsman in Monticello received fine red strawberries and the receipts Cupid won out in a race against time torn its way through his heart. As it I '

an order for watermelon seed to be in dollars was satisfactory. for the possession of a blur English was ho escaped with his life, but so D.tt.it P 9vp +

shipped to Australia. The fame of estate and nn annuity of $5,000 when seriously injured that he has been unable I i

/ Jefferson county melon seed is world- Gross earnings totalling $1,078- he and Mrs Mary C. Vnntine spoke to do scarcely anything since.\

wide and tons of it are sent out every 891.27 and net earnings close to $500- the word that made them man and However, it is hoped he will soon recover -

i year to almost every known section 000 by the municipal electric light wife. Two weeks ago Weston, who from the severe shock and hurt

where melons are grown. plant of Jacksonville during 1921 were is a painter, received notice from nn lie sustained.-Johnstown News.
disclosed by the statement made public -
English firm of lawyers that "Mxac :--

The first carload of green top celery by) City Auditor John E. Pace Total Weston" had been left an annual income PEASANT 1IIDKS: IIIS COIN IN AIIO'J'UN _

this season was shipped from Sanford operating expense of the plant for of five thousand dollars, twenty ; .

last week. It Is estimated there will tho year amounted to approximately thousand dollars in cash and nn estate I Pumps

be about 1,300 acres of celery to move $580,561, making the net earnings of 110 ogres in Devonshire, England, Paris Jan. 1 I.- The ingenuity of Water Does 'll '

from that section this year, with the 49772727. by nn old friend. Wcaton's wife having French peasants in hiding money has !

heaviest shipments beginning about died two ho was advised
Four years ago surpassed itself in the case of a man I
1."Pat" I younl11en, arrested by Jack-
February that he could claim the money only named l l.ori'nt'ho received n 1,000
sonvillo
police after break-neck
''tomobile a au- by remarrying before February 1, franc note and n 500; frnnc Ill>t.. In Power
Streety is being held in the race through! the city, confessed I'j22.! At that time he knew only ono I payment for produce. lie hid them in

Lake City jail, and Tom Sparks, his' to a series of small town rob- woman in Miami, but following a the muzzles of his double-barreled

life-long friend and constant companion to beries Valdosta, perpetrated Ga. Aver from Panama worthof Vu., newspaper article telling of the situation I shot gun, believing that would be the r!! Job
$7,000
is in a hospital at the point of he received over fifty applications last place the thieves would look for
death as the result of a quarrel. It is jewelry, a quantity of clothing and in two (hl 's to become Mrs. Wes

alleged Strcety blew the jaw and an expensive car, said to have been ,, ton. Weston's bride is herself well)) to money He made a mistake, however, in not F/ls You can plow.disk,

tongue of his friend off with a shot- the stolen officers.at Panama were recovered by I do, having" property valued at $50,000 taking bin wife into the secret. A Silos harrow, harvest,

gun. I, and Is marrying, she says, for companionship neighbor culled a few days later, In < thresh bale hay
I ,
and a home. They met a
the absence of the of tho house
Fifteen imported Arabian stallions :l land ,1 1 I A real live right-armed repulsive little over a week ngo.FARMER and nuked. for the loan man of the gun to grind feed, fill tho
member tho
looking of Pibranshlatc
mares will be included in the live genus -
hare. i silo saw wood
I get a s ,
stock exhibit at the south Florida fair Cuphalopoda, familiarly known
|1 as cuttle fishes was hooked" and land- BROWNGood The hare escaped and when the pump water pull
here Feb. 2 to !11th.) The horses are to' : ,
'peasant! came in that evening hilt wife
be ed on The Breakers pier a'! Palm do road
entered by the management of the remarked that the be stumps,
neighbor must avery
'' Beach It has! an arm spread of two I
Highland Oaks farms at Pierce, which' work
bad shot / or other
d and a belt feet and weighs about 15 morning Mr. Jones. any I

it operated Chemical by the American Agricultural pounds. The octopus has been placed Good morning, Mr. Brown, and how I "'Vhy ?" tho pennant nuked. f S power job around

I Company. I. on exhibition in one of the tanks on are you, Mr. Perkins? Fine morning' "Because he used both charges of f the farm quicker

I' the pier.A Hello, Sliver. How are you and Mr. your gun on n hare without hitting ,
Attacking a guard when his buck "
it. easier and at less
Brown making it? i
was turned momentarily, two convicts, I
fire which has been burning i in Just fine, Mr. Jones. We are all "My shot g-un'" inquired the peasant cost toyouwith
members of a of 16, working on' ,
gang a
the sawgrnss/ and muck on the Pennsylvania pretty busy these days. Keeps ma with a gasp, at this same tunemaking Fordson Tractor
the road ten miles north of Tampa,
Sugar Company's plantationnorth busy bringing in wood and bottoming for the corner where the weapon -
disarmed him, leaped into an automobile -
of Miami for. the last", two chairs and eating ma's good grub. hung. Twenty-four hours each

and escaped. The two men were months, and which during the last few That's fino. I suppose you are on The civil court of the department of Rags r day, every working day in
joined by two others. Sheriff Spencer
has offered a reward of $;>0 each- days grew to dangerous proportion! the job all the time? Mormihnn will have to decide the delicate IVashin9Mac. rne ? the year it will give maximum I I

( was brought under control Thursdaj Yes, sir. I point of law whether the neighbor 4\r-
for the of } service. but
the four
capture men. I Light
I The company's entire force of 200 Mr. Jones, Cy Perkins and I came is responsible for the loss of the I I-- _;r-.>+- '
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men fought day and night for three in this morning to settle up all our I I,r.OO francs powerful it gets from job I
Ray Davis of Leesburg
was goingto
days to save several thousand acres of lust year accounts. Not much, but we 1 j II u to job quickly. Easy to
Umatilla 1). (
Harris' hearse Thursday carrying driving a metallic D. sugar cant An estimate of the damage suppose you want to settle up all your 1\IotoriRt-Yol1 should 1 be more. care rt'<,W operate and control-efficient I
-
casket to be delivered there when a is impossible at this time. business for the past year and start fill handling gasoline. Only yecter'day = economical and above
the with clean sheet. an explosion blew up ten em
new
year a oil DEPENDABLE.
fire broke out under the hood and
John N. C. Stockton, 01, one of Yes, !Mr. Brown, we are closing up' I ployees.Gtiraga. .
spread to the seat. lie succeeded in
Get in the frame of mind
: Florida's best known citizens, died of all our last year accounts. Have just !: Owner-That couldn't hnp| power-farming
getting the casket out of the hearse
acute indigestion at his residence i in finished taking our yearly invoice to pen here we oily hate three em now. Call, phone or drop us a card for
but i
could
the
not save car. Jacksonville Friday at 12.30 p. m., sec how we stand and find our books ployeeH. facts. Sco tho Fordson in practical

I after an illness of only a few hours show too much past duo accounts and operation.
John Drown the
who
Bowyer, negro His death came as a terrible shock to.. we need' the money to balance our accounts The man who>> Is dissatisfied! with his I

shot and killed Deputy Sheriff Arnow I, his family and friends, as he rose yesterday I with the wholesale' houses. So station in life is taking the wrong .{ '/Tte"ylf: ; rv""' '
at Micanopy June 18, 1921: when the
morning apparently in perfect I'm asking all customers to call)) and road toward a better one.
officer attempted to arrest him on a I
J health. He was sticken with the deadly settlo their accounts, or in case they
charge of carrying concealed
weaponswas malady shortly after breakfast. Although cannot do that CriticiHniIt's
.- give me a note payable
found of first degree
guilty mur- physicians were summoned at the bank on as short time an pos easy enough to pick out tho flaws
I
der in the circuit court at Gainesville
and worked unceasingly, the end sible, for I have too much out now to In the work that others have dune IL_
and sentenced to be
hanged by Judge
To out the that others .
after
came shortly noon. carry myself and my customers must point errors
Long.
help me, I have made I IL I J-r Lii S -.

R. W. Williams, the hauling con- Mr. Jones, I am sure that Is just '
This season has been a banner one tractor and fur trader, recently had a and fair. We will cash and 1 guess so. _
for the sportsmen of the Williston sec- pay you J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
most interesting collection of skinsat
tion. Game of the sort usually hunted thank you for past/ favors.I foe Quinine -tl Dote Hot t.Jfc,11I'/ .,, Ji j jfCAiiim ,
his place in East Fort : AUTHORIZED
Myers 1,2ii"klns
has been more plentiful than it has hope the boys will all come to of Us fnntr end) .t' rfTint., i AATIVE -
i
were in the collection and were DRUM OUI.NINE fish stn:ran Ii;.. tetra
been for years. The oldest inhabitants from the traps of one hundred trappers. time and pay all the cash they can, lu by: the anyone head without'E.W.CRUVES.tgoetureuubt.rimninit' mirvtiunnBsa nr riutftnu'SouTired Ford andForchon DealerSTARKE

have never seen the abundance of Mr. Williams states that the and no honest man can object to giving -

ducks and geese that have been in season's catches a short time note to settle up the FLORIDA
usually amount to
some localities this season. from forty to fifty thousand skins, old account. That don't hurt anyone := J 2I --
and you have the notes to use as collateral -
coming in to Fort !Myers from the
while James while you cannot use your
Last Tuesday Spears
surrounding country. In the lot just
and Max Atwell were in Mill Creek shipped were 1,100 coon skins, forty look accounts. 1 1"i GENERAL INSURANCE
You are right, Mr. Brown, and if
hunting attacked
swamp squirrel they were -
otter skins, fifty opossum, forty civet I i iDalton
by an extremely large catamount 'cats, fifteen wild cats and ten skunks all my customers only understood the HAROLD C. WALL
favor it would be to I
The vicious animal was going me am sure they was weak and run-down,"

right onto the boys when he was stop- Albert Dampier, negro, captain of would come in and settle at once. relates Mrs. Eula' Bo ett. of STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
load of buckshot when within Say, pa, won't you buy me a flullh. ,
ped by a the fishing schooner Ida of the S. Ca. "I wee thla and

it few feet of them, killing him In- Felicione fleet was' drowned about 12 light? Just felt tired, all the LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEE.

stantly. o'clock Thursday in the Hillsborough No, Sliver, you don't need a flashlight I I didn't rest well. I ", '

!: and I am short of money today. ever hungry./ I knew ,
river. According to eye witnesses ol I tlm8.l
G. B. A. Kinard, proprietor of tho the drowning, Dampier was in a stupor Say, Mr. Jones, won't you trust me this, I needed a tonic,

Kinard's Garage at Leesburg was shot I from drink and made two at- for a flashlight? I a. there Ii none better
A. MARTIN SEED CO.
How are going to for it?
and fatally wounded at his residencein tempts to jump Into the river, the sec- you pay .

that city, dying four hours after The first time the man jumped over- Don't know, but guess ma will let,; OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
_... met have the money when she sees I
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.I. have the flashlight.

MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Let me show you gentlemen our CARDUII SEED POTATOES

' special line of garden and weeding :SpwldingNumber 4 Rome, Early Rail Bliai Triumph and triad Cobb I.... W. are

hoes. We have bunched them up to now ready ia quote contract prices for December and January delivery.

in 4..ily supplying VIM-O-GEN create strength and vitality, iiuild Bell, your choice for 75 cents. Foryicr ; Our Seed Potaloea are the higheat quality, Maine grown, aelectej aeeci. Adviaa
Yeast't, ,tMul, > to inrrruninK number firm flesh, clear ui; the Hkiu, and The Wor 's Tonic I quantity and variety you will want. J3
prices were 80c to $1. Your choice
of tUiKW! who appreciate till wonderful bring Lark the vim and vigor of MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS KKTSI 1"Prs _

[poteDCY of tiio viuoiiuica. )'ou\l!. for 75 cents while they last. Have made good with both the amall gardener and farrrer and the onea who

, > t'noau wI) have been tukuig But that, 10 what t they are Jlll:' rllUb Plow linen for 40 cents, collar pads I began iff Cmrdnl." 'A plant thouaanda of acrea. Plant 'ourf.1I crop with Mtntu't fly Tnt SeeJa and i in-
kcr'lI yeast (containing one vlt.atefo continue M Burnett.
mine) are mirprisol! and delighted. : VIM-OfiKN: Yeuifl "LlewlP.ccor.l. i.
Powder
FALL CATALOGUE
with the ounJvcr. : and greater beneInlC to the simple direction $3 a pail now selling for $1. "After tar flrat bottle, I slept
fits ofVIM-Od1EN.'llerauwnfor: \ can come in and get your money you Substantial reductions on all)) galva- better and ate.t. ttter. I took Martin'a Fall Seed Catalogue I. now ready. Write for it. Everyone. interaataJ.n

this la that VIM-O-GRN: in a highly bark without a question if you ized, enamel and tin ware. We are four bottle. Now I'm well, I Florida f.lI.nd winter crop. ahould avail. themaelvea of information containedIn .
FREE to those who send In thmnamea
descriptive catalogue. Supplied on
request
coniirnlnitcd cultural I our
scientifically
not and
are tlniroujlJy ple-uied selling wood
; heaters from I
$2.25: to
yeast product containing ALL mass satisfied with what they do for you. feel Joit fine < at and ileep, promptly.I Writ. for it today.E.A. .
$25 and wood
of the precious tanurll: &a well aa cook stoves $17.50 to taj akin Is C! MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E.
iron sad other valuable tonic and faist on VIM-O-GEN Yeast $115. You see I am trying to follow r pIned and tti. a feet thatCardul .

bodybuilding properties.It the market down, regardless of for fa the b>. it tonlo ever '
is rrurvclotis that them little Look for the White and Blue mer costs. I want to protect all 1 made." J
plrawuit' ,..u-t..ke tubJcot.llBhol1hl! package and beware of inferiorabetuutea my % Reduction! In Prices You will make a mistaki
contain tier life-element which and bnilaUona. nstomers. So you want a flashlight, Thousand of other women 1 Big if you order your fertill-I
do you, Sliverell, suppose I give hare found C del jut a.Mr. *
without lists issued. Plentyof
zer getting our new price Just
i ; i 's' o you. one. I i .. Burnett ilia It should Material*, prompt whlpment. Order now. {Fertilizers Insecticides
I'd be much
to
obliged you. You help you.
: Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.E. .
. J
gee I need it in
opo my business. Oh, thatis At all drucc: U.
( a little Pa's O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
one. .
got a big one.I
S E.I7 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
guess you can get along/ with this

one for a while. ?! December lit, 1921, reduced price "Jab before baying.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922.
FOUtt BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. TARE FLORIDA

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I Bradford I, arc dhey- line "of tricks. 'ilia' gospel. See Matt. 28:10-20: ; I Evening NOTICE
;+ County Telegraph I Prof. Ernest Thorn- I
Sermon
: We are sorry to nay not. While -ie I Mark 10:15-10; Luke 24:43-47: ; Acts 7:80: Certificate of deposit No. 679 frI
---- -... quest. $.100.00, dated July 2, 1921, issued!
I person pays for the paper a ,1"! /. :'n 2:37-38: ; Romans 6:1.4.ProgramSaturday: I by
t ,,y Published; weekly and i entere-J as others borrow it from him or hr.. CUT COTTON COST j Subject: "God's Dispensosional : Hampton State Bunk, Hampton, PI": ,
u '''i Dealings With !Man; as Been In the to Eli Hicks ball been lost destr .
second class matter, at the post Many a man has his Tolegv >h ;I 10 a. m., Opening Session. or (

4 office at Starke, Florida. matched away before he has had i nr BY MAKING FOODSouthern 10l."i: :;, Welcome Address-Ernest j Dispensational Religions of the Bi ed. All persons are hereby warn.I: ,I

1's = "-. -.' ,I to read it. Many a man gives up t-,king Tbornquest. ', ble. j not to buy or trade for this certilio:'':'\oas

E. 3. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner the paper in order to escape the I 10:30: R'sponse-S. II. Dodd. ]t,, All Churches of Christ in Union it is of no value.
nuisance. On the other Farm Prosperity Absolutely and, Bradford counties are expectedto | EM HICKS,
borrowing I 10:45, How to Make Our Conventions I
I1 !: Dependent on Cutting' "Cash Crop" send at least one delegate from l-C-2t Hampton Fi,.
What hua, become of the "tobacco hum), some cense to bu subscribers More Efficient. i
Production Coat Food- delegate I
Through each church. Instruct your _
when they find they can read someoneelse's I Discussion Eph. 5:19: and
heart? 11:00, on
Up until a few yours ago: i i Making And Saving. to how much the church represented ,
men with sparse side-whiskers ami paper for nothing. Col. 3:10: for the sake of unity. ,I as I
I fund
will contribute to evangelistic Tires
Automobile
women with sharp noses used to circulate The fact that the Telegraph is so Atlanta Georgia.-(Special)).-The 1 (Question: Do these Scriptures forbid ,, I
i tracts against tobacco using, eagerly read by those who pay for it, cotton farmer got his "bumps" Instrumental accompaniment in | to be used to support evangelisticwork j

+ having as chief argument that tobacco borrow or beg!; it, is proof sufficient again In 1921 between boa weevil, unfavorable tho worship of God! ?)-W. B. Daug- In said counties. Also supply from I I Fire.tone.30..3 $9.85. Tube. $1.90

4 interferes with the heart action, that it has a value. The local paperis seasons, food and grain buy erty, S. II. Dodd and J. B. Crews. | delegate with accurate report '' 30x3 1.2 $11.65

causing that to beat irregularly a sentinel who never sleeps. It Ing on credit combined with a priceon j 12:00, Adjourn for dinner. church.
organ cotton Insufficient to 'pay him out. I' Tube, Gray, $2.35, Rod $2.80
The citizens of Starke in general,
tells what is going to happen, relates Afternoon
to flutter at times and sometimes i mile
Same old story, the same thing that I Ward Tire, 6000 guarantee
almost stop. Users of the weed! became what has taken place, warns against has happened three or four times in 2:00 p. m., Devotional-Frances :i and the churches in particular, are invited 30x3 1.3, $10.25R.
dangers, advises in both public and, to attend the sermons of the'
alarmed after reading such the last dozen years, said II. O. Murrhee.

tracts, and those who had strength of private matters. It makes one fam- Hastings, President of the Georgia 2:15: Exposition of 2nd Tim. 46-8: : II' | convention. I j I BURROWS

mind quit tobacco-temporarily. The ily of a whole county. Should the local Association, an organization for state I' "The Fight"-W. E. Daugherty. I Respectfully, .

patent medicine men then came to the paper cease to exist, the people of wide development. "The Faith"-S. II. Dodd. THE COMMITTEE. I Starke, Fla."FOOTFITTERS" .
its community would feel lost, like a "We might lust as well face the
rescue, and declared that the irregular I "The Course"- J. B. Crews. I
fact that with the world wide financial
action of the heart was caused by swarm of bees without its queen, and and political mix-up In Europe "The Crown"-E. Williams.

gases generated through indigestion, would quickly take steps to establish following the world war there is no 3:00: Report of churches, and bus-

which pressed on the heart, and that another paper. possible chance tor using normal iness session.

Dr Inning's/ Invincible Inflation tab- But,, you will say, why\ should nota quantities of cotton at profitable pricesto Adjourn for dinner.

lets would remedy the trouble. This person who pays for his paper, have us If we continue to grow cottonon Evening

looked reasonable and Indi- the right to loan it out, just as he can the high coat baa Is that we have
more as 7:00: p. m., Devotional R. Bevill.
gestion is American heritage I loan out his hoe and rake? To be sure been doing.
an '' 7I.r: Round Table Discussion:
from the time of the Mayflower, all I he has the right, just as a non-sub- "Cotton la the one best money crop'
for the South, and probably always' "What is Christ to Me-Led byS.
rI scriber has the to read bor-
right
W
a
tobacco users heaved a sigh of relier, will be. The time of war prices is II. Dodd.
!h;,Jif' 11 thankful it wiis no worse ,and chewed rowed paper. Yet there is a differ over and the problem from now on Is ,, 8:00: "What Do Ye More Than Oth-

,1' :,i and smoked more than ever be- ence. That the hoe is loaned out does to lower cost of production and at the' ers? or, What we have that the religious -

t. ;" '['" ,:$11.,. fore. not hurt the maker or seller of hoes; same time afford the cotton grower a I j world needs-W. E. Daugh-
""" in fact the the is j
more implement used fair profit erty.

Eamon DeValera life ofa the sooner it is worn out, and anew "Cost of making cotton is primarilythe
possessor 8:35: Prnyer service.
be cost of food grain and forage .
one must bought. Besides,
romantic name and, until recently, 9:00: Adjournment.
the for the farmer, his family, his laborers
manufacturer is
not restricted
to
proprietor of the title, president of I or tenants, and his work stock. Sunday Morning
one locality for the sale of his goods.
the Irish republic, has risen in his
Cutting food grain and forage costs 9:30: a. m.. Devotional Servlces-
wrath. The first term of his The newspaper, to the contrary is not,
presi- by home production will reduce cotton Mrs. S. II. Dodd.

dency he spent in hiding, where his i strictly speaking, a concrete production costs from one-third to one-half. 9:43: : Special prayer and praise ser-
r best friends could not find him; later ; loaning It or even losing it is no "Plant for an abundance of food vice-Led by Prof. Ernest Thorn-
he acted as a sort of notary public material loss to the owner; in a con grain and forage thus cutting down I
crete tore bills, and the lower prices for quest.
sense it makes the borrower no
for the 'Sinn Fein leaders. When his
richer. But this free circulation hurts cotton will not hurt so much. We can I 10:10: The Bible School a Blessing.
party signed thE agreement with England the not, with European countries so thor (Four 10-minute addresses) : "
a whereby Ireland was to become publisher. Suppose that a sub- oughly disorganized reasonably expect To Young People-C. F. Rivers.To .

,' the Irish Free State and have the scriber ,loans each his of paper whom to would ten other subscribe high prices for cotton for several years Old People-Wm. Blake. THE countless steps you take each day require the best of shoe
persons
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same standing as the great British and we must make cotton at lower
To the B. Crews.To .
r colonies he became wroth and resign- for it if he could not borrow cost, or else quit cotton growing. the Church Community-J.-Jasper Allen. leather. Best of making and plenty of comfort. You get all threein

p ;, eel. Later he repented and stood fort it. That means that this man, "Most of us cannot quit cotton, I 11:00: Sermon--W. E. Daugherty. our genuine Edmonds "FOOTFITTERS" three styles so
through his willingness to accommodate hence the absolute necessity of food,
re-election, but was defeated. Ho and the borrowers, through their Brain and forage planting In 1922- Subject: "The Conquering Church- we can Properly Fit Your Feet They're Handsomely Designedand
then became still mad-mad
more as a
r ,; hatter in fact-and now he has gone Imposition on the subscriber, cause the making on home acres of every What Are Its Characteristics Reliably made of the Best Materials by Master Craftsmen.
r pound of food and grain needed to see 11:45: -The Communion. (
the loss of ten subscribers I
the
to pub-
to work to stir u'p internal strife. lisher. us through."In 12:00, Adjourn for dinner. Delegates -

,. While he was no better as a president I this food production program !; will dine in homes to which they
? than Jonah was as a prophet, he can- We hope that our readers will ree- take the home vegetable garden seri have been assigned.

not now help being successful, for to the new set of ethics we have ously. Give the borne garden a square
stir strife in Ireland is presented, which should be obRi>r" -d deal and It will surprise you In the Afternoon
up as as Price
S easy I $7.50
9' to get money from home. But bye toward the publisher of the local pn-' amount of healthful food produced. It 2:15: Devotional-Mrs. W. E. per pair
ber that takes the least ground can be planted ,, Dau herty.
field is
our necessarily
and bye Pat will tire of him and very
i 4 f put 'sonable and will adopt them. Remember the earliest, brings quirk return I 2:30: Christian Endeavor-Mrs.
his thumb him and he will
on not
and If kept replanted and worked will
I Bessie McGruder, A. A. Futch Miss
that our veld l is necessarily ,
k like Pat's flea be "somewhere very J M.
then toy by you all the season through. Frances Murrhee. ALVAREZ STARKE
else." restricted and virtually confined to i I ,
two counties and that even with the 3.15, Missionary Session.
\\ best patronage drawn from such a CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTESWe 4:00: Report of committees.
i
r ALLIGATORS ,(NU ALLEGATIONSIn
p small area, publishing the Telegraph r.rr-rrr ___n__
I are having. most helpful sermons -
would not be a bonanza.We .
these days, when nothing but have our ethics to observe and spiritual worship those H:
x praise is heard of Florida it is toward I I -
,
quite the public, and we do so. Sundays, despite the fact that the III
refreshing to rend something the members do not attend as regularlyas
prevent much ill feeling by refusing i
contrary. Such reading afforded bya I I II
''to publish scurrilous I..tt'rs.lany: they should.
booklet entitled, "Alligators and Allegations I I 11 .
announcements! that wp could charge The minister's subject at a m.
t ," written by a man who i will be "Light\ in the Clouds," Job 37:
i money for anti be paid for, we publish! I I
ti spends his summers in York state and I 21. This sermon will be less than 30
gratis; if we can say a good thing to | TRACTOR
j, his winters in his bungalow at Miami '' minutes in delivery. I
help some one, we do so, whether he
lIe must therefore be a weolhty man, I I is rich friend "What is Your Life?" will be the
or pour, a or otherwise I
; and if hi was not he could afforded to publish thin little book, the contains a special message to the
tvrcourse with another the
j one more I
**, indicated price of which is ten cents,
young.
Cheerful we make life all around. We
I' but which probably, given gratis to I hope that since we have put beforeour This church is supported by volun- I INTERNATIONALA

those who ask for it. As tho "allega renders a subject that they prob- tary free will ofTerintrs., .\H are cordially I

tlons" concern only south- Florida, invited to auto .
ably never thought/ of before, they
they of our funeral and have I
are none
e -
will add ethics to tho publisher of
I i.t not provoked our ire. It is easy for the local paper to those they already Speak softly. A' whisper;;; sounds

ti one so disposed to find fault with any sweeter than a growl.CONVENTIONTKOC.RAM.

4 l locality, and If he had applied himself practice little higher in price but You get

to the states he holds up as superior ,
METHODIST:
nk to Florida, he could have found SATISFACTION DEPENDABILITYand

us many, or more, causes for dispar- Sunday school at 10 a. m., E. K. The Fifth Sunday Convention of the ,

ia ; agemeht Perryman, superintendent. Churches of Christ of Union and

1 The book is written in a humorous Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Bradford counties will be held with LONG SERVICE which makes

I vein. The, author first pays his compliments m., by the pastor. Subject for the the Church of Christ or Christian ,

? 'to the national editorial association morning service, "A Big Man With Church in Starke Jan. 28 and 29( 1022.! the cost less.

, v who responded to the Invitation the Blues." The subject for the eve- i These churches are affiliated with

to come down here and go ning will be "Three Poor Excuses But "The Restoration Movement" wh'ch

I through a short course of training for Better Than Those I Hear in Starke." Is unfettered by ecclesiasticism, denominational -

r 5 boosters of Florida, and the gigantic Were you at church last Sunday? names and denominational -

free advertising of the state that fol Any increase in number of those that creeds and is therefore seeking Ask for Demonstration

y lowed. Then he pokes fun at tho attend worship encourages us. If you to restore to the world the simplicity

l Florida legislature who on the come to God's house seeking a blessing of the Holy Spirit's plan of salvation,

r strength of some adverse criticism by you can get it whether the and the transforming power of pure, DeWitt C. Jones StarkeAgent
one of the visitors a spinster editor preacher preaches or not. undenominational New Testament
f of in Missouri town that ,
a paper a
Epworth League at 6:45: p. m. Mis Christianity.

a could not be found on' the map, was Hilda Struth, president. These churches should strive to radiate I. H. C. Line
bunch of real estate
persuaded by a
? I Prayer meeting! Wednesday, 7:30p. the remedial love manifested by I
men to four "whereases" and a
pass m. Jesus Christ; and be witnesses of the I
', resolution condemning the woman'sassertions
) reality of salvation by the blood of
as false and misleading, MUSICAL TREAT IN STORE
and requesting her to print the truth i Christ through a heartfelt loving: McCormick Mowers
Deering Mowers
obedience to the simple commands of Hay Rakes
about Florida, as expounded by the Drum and Cornet Corps of Georgia ,

j' state marketing bureau. These Industrial Home Coming TuesdayThe THE ROAD TO KNOWLEDGEI'm Wagons, Plows, Hay Presses.
whereases and resolution were couched -

.; ia the same ominous language! as drum and cornet corps of the just a man

f' Henry VIII used when he issued a !Macon (Ga.) Industrial School which
,
As you're a man Does Mowing Machine
death warrant for of his wives. your need ?
some
I has favored Starke with an annual And think it fine any repair parts

y The last portion of the book is a I visit for years past, is headed this As you'll agree I have them
in
r comparison between Florida and some I way and will give a musical concert To know the things stock.

rr other states, deftly twisted to the disadvantage at the Gaiety Theatre, Tuesday, Jan- That's done and said

of Florida just like a St. : uary 21th, at 7:30 p. m. The concertis Throughout the world

4 Petersburg man does when he com- free, although a collection will be And not dependOn

pares the building activates of his own taken for tho support of the home. being told SERVICE IS WHAT WE GIVE NO MATTER

town with that of Tampa. The author The musicians are clean fine boys ,
,
By word of mouth IF IT IS FOR A MACHINE
%t claims that Florida's) greatest from nine to twelve years of age, and What's going on 20 YEARS OLD.

_a, asset Is William J. Bryan whose oratory excellently trained. Come and hear And guess you know

when applied to the selling of them and have an enjoyable time. Of one sure way

lots to strangers Is irresistible We In order that the patrons of the To learn each day

always thought jt would be useful for Gaiety may not miss the customary Of all the news. Place order for
something. your a Riding Cultivator
r picture show given on Tuesdays, Subscribe for the

i there will be a presentation Monday TAMPA: MORNING TRIBUNE

DON'T BORROW NEWSPAPERS) evening, the 23rd at the usual hour. Daily and Sunday rates Have Already Sold 10"AGE

1 i" Besides the feature, "Her Fighting $8.00 per year

Nearly every person in Bradford Lover," featuring Frank Mayo, to b<- $1.00 for six months
..a" and Union counties reads the Tele-
shown
Monday evening, "Me Daniel, $2.00 for three months
# gr ph. Therefore every man and the Great Magician," will entertainand Daily only rates

woman must be a subscriber. But mystify the audience with
a new $tJ.OO, $3.00, 150. 1133t. --
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--.! JANUARY_ _20, 1922.! ___ BRADFORD COUNTY_ _LEGRAPI!. STARKB. FLORIDA:. ______.__ _PACK.. FIVE \, r
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r to J. V. Kit killer. FOR nE Furnished or unfurnished -! Lake Park Ca. l-13-4t KOTICB OP' flTOC-KIIOLnEn'l!' MthllNU: 4 r
: cv Notice I Is hereby aln' that the roiraUr no- l
The musical services at the Methodist rooms for light housekeeping-, ; mini mesons: :of tn;. stockholder I of th* Hump-
FOR SALE-Two Jersey cows, just Ion State Bunk will ho hold In Its tmnklnc
Local II church Sunday morning will include Mrs W. A. Colley. 1-G-tf fresh; tine 31-2 years, one 5 1-2 room In Hampton' Florldn, on Tuuadar, January .
Bits of *&& a "solo' by Mrs. Jack Briggs, of old 10. 19-JH: a7 ::10: p. m, to elect a board
years ; one Duv'oc-Jersey hog of dirtwt.m\ for tho ensuing year and trttIaactsuch
r'' t Jacksonville, and a duet by Mrs. LOST-Crank to Overland cnr. Finder Price to suit purchaser. P. B. other Ixmlnem u may oomu bufon them.A. .
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Rnirgs end Mrs. Ailkins. :Much pleasure please! return to this office and A. FUTCH.
Johns, Starke. l-fi-4t. 1-0-lt Cwhlvr.
4\{' Information ,l t is anticipated in hearing those bo suitably rewarded. l132t.LOST .

two gifted singers. FOR S.\LE-At Law.)., one anti one
i: .. .. -One white sow, two holes in
w- .. OmrMrs. T.te. Ps.aua. ... half of land
good strnwWry
r--.... loa .... C..ISQ..4 Tarn, each cnr. Will farrow soon. Notify acres
f
b 'I MINERAL WATER IN DEMAND !Max Klosterman, Starke. It. and five room( cottage! $800.: ) Balance R.K.PEUX11 \i4

; I II like rent. Very desirably located; AtIOl4NltY-ATLAW:
: _.. r The Ileilbronn Mineral Water Co. one block from high school. Mrs. STARK, FLORIDA
FOR SALI: Olt RENT-One
1). I F?:. Knight is spending the Reynolds", have returned after a visit have this week sent away another seven- T. S. Stark, R. 2. Bix 421-L, Buena
house.
to Miss M. II.
room Apply
week in Jacksonville.. I I I with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johns at I carload of the product of their springs Sistrunk Vista Station, Miami, Fl.i.: l-13-3t.
Otter Creek
Fla.
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: 1-20-21
Frostproof.Is It went to Palm Bench, all but 25: eases -

M. F. Brown motored to Hampton which were for St. Augustine. FOR SALE-One horse, sound and

Saturday un a business trip. II I your liver out of order? Do you So far the company have not been gentle, will work in any harness. E. Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed
suffer from biliousness headaches able to fill all their orders for water.
or
i,I I Gcasner' Route A, Box 28' Starke.
Carr Colley has gone to Jacksonville constipation? If so, Tanlac is what Two carloads hart to tie refused late- 1-20-31*. Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from

where he is in business. you need. Turner's Drug Store. I ly. The trouble has mostly been the
I difficulty or obtaining containers, butit Islands.
FOUND-Lavalliere Owner
Col.\ and Mrs I). E. Knight spent Ilollis V. Knight, of the University will soon be removed and orders for can have same by pendant.describing, and Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil.

L Saturday in Jacksonville.See of Florida, will spend the week-end any quantity can then be filled.
for this adv. Gussle Mae
paying Price $2.50 bushel in two bushel bags
I with his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. per
Bennett, Starke. nOt
Bryan for your Irish Potato Knight. NOTICE TO CAR OWNERSAll f. o. b. Hawthorn, Fla.

seed. FOR SALE-North Carolina variety I
I
Miss Emma Powell, who ii teachingI owners of automobiles or auto seed peanuts, 3 cents f. o. b. Lake The A. P. Brantley Co. Blackshear Ga.

Dr. Bishop, of Gainesville, was here ,i I in Baldwin, spent the weekend with trucks are requested to provide said Park, Go. I.. M. Whito oil: Son, ,

yesterday on professional business.Col. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pow- I vehicles with tags. showing that license .. ._ __ _. _on_._. .
'--- -- -- -- -
ell. has been paid. Failure of complying -

D. E. Knight and son, Paul Er- I with this before January 25, 14,000 feet of the Biggest and Best Picture ever in Starker

nest, motored to Lake Butler Sunday.If Mrs. Jack Bailey, of Wildwood, 1922, will cauoo owners to bi arrested

spent Saturday and Sunday at the and fined, according to law.

you are feeling badly, put your home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. J. EPPERSON,
troubles away by taking? Tanlac. T.ur- !,I A. Dubose. Sheriff Bradford I County.

ner's Drug Store.

i Bliss and Rose Irish potato seed.J. Mrs. William K. Swinyer, of San BIG SHIPMENT; OF EGGS

F. Kieklitcr. 1132t. Francisco, came last Thursday and
will spend several months with her II J. F. Kiekliter, one of Starke's live
1 --
mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Hnmrick. merchants, shipped 9,000 eggs: from
;. Dr. J. O. Haynes has been in Jack-
Starke last week to his regular customers
sonville for the past ten days visitinghis
Tanlac is well" advertised, but advertising In the large cities.
daughter, Mrs. W. J. Grant.
alone could not have produced At the prevailing price for eggs,

Tanlac's popularity. It had to have this means no little sum in itself, and
Miss Hattie Wills, of LaCrosse, was
merit. Turner's Drug Store. when this is added to the proceeds
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Wills
from sale of chickens and what is t
several days of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Uglow left Wednesday shipped by other business houses in ) tqff

Miss Eunice Whitehead, of Lawtey, I I for Jacksonville, where they will town, adds its bit to the steady stream

has entered the B. II. S., and is stay- be guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc- of cash pouring into Starke from out-

ing with her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Colley. Dowell for week. side sources.W. '''W1.! t .G s

Mrs. J. M. Brownlec and Mrs. J. E. J. Riley, advance man for the
!' Mrs. Otis Barge and children, of tit lti'J '
Wilson went to Brooker first of the two big pictures, "The Three Muske-
Atlanta, are guests at the home of "
week and were guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. !. tt'ers" nnd "Way Down East, produced -
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns.
A. Weeks.Be by United Artists Corporation,

was in Starke Thursday completing
Georgia: Peanut seed can be foundat sure to go to the oyster supper details for the showing of these two

Bryan's. Best quality seed. this evening at the Juanita Cafe. Sup- masterpieces of filmdom at the Gaiety r
I
per begins at 6 o'clock. Benefit Wom I Theatre. Mr. Riley arranged for
Mrs. M. L. Johns had as a guest fora
an's Club. the management of the Gaiety to secure -
few days during the week her son, 1
each of these productions for two n
Dexter Kelly, of Arcadia. Mrs. Wm. Edwards has had the roof clays, two shows daily. "The Three f. qS I i

of her residence reshingled, and other Musketeers" will bo the first, being .L LLLL.LLL. Z 1_
.Mack Addison, formerly of Raiford, I .
repairs made, necessitated by the fire here Feb. 1 and 2. On Feb. 13th and
of Luke Butler, had business in
now there a short time ago. 11th, "Way Down East" will occupy

Starke Wednesday.Florida the bill.tr.: Riley, for the season : : :

Sweet corn seed, StowalPs Evergreen just closed, was advance man for one I ; II' lcH- = I

peanut seed. J. 1"'. 1-13-2t.J
I Early at Bryan's.Garden the country, and next season plans

to tour this section with a high) class presents
Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, seed ull kinds for Bale by '
,
stock featuring Miss Charlotte -ft
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;
spent last weekend with her friends Brynn. I Wyntors company, late of the fhu Chin :
'
the Misses Caisden.S. ,l : 'Hnf 1- I ; _jE-m
I Chow. Mr. Riley status Miss Wjtnters 1116 I \
A staircase has been built and :
new I '
< I is the youngest and prettiest star .. ,
I. PI'eKcott,1I well known farmer other repairs made to the telephone
on the American stage today, and to
of the Ilrookcr section, and little son, exchange building by J. W. Andrews,

were visitors to Starke Monday. Sr., owner. C. N. Cooper did the work prove during his next claim season.A will. play in this city :.m: r\ ''i ; I 1F 1 1f 1 1\1\ f'' I%] ; ) 7a7AdaptionCostulllinc'


Mrs. Newn Jones and daughter, Ina, Be sure to patronize the oyster big crowd of people witnessed !1Il\J ,''IoOjj _:/ I t'i IJiB. It j I I ,..
,, L -
have returned home after a pleasant supper given this evening at the*
tho removal from the depot platformto
visit in Jacksonville. Juanita Cafe by the Womans' Club. terra firma of a big I. II. C. tractor [Research under Cdv.td\ Hnoblock! .
will be served from 6 to 8
Oysters by Captain D. C. Jones and force NiL.j
Ored
Buy your bean seed from Bryan's."Meet o'clock.It Direction under
Tuesday afternoon. The arrangements -

the to- were so well made that the Photography under Arthur Cdecon 1'I
me at oyster supper is imperative now to raise more
heavy machine slid down the skids: -1
Cafe. Benefit of new
night. Juanita money if the primary find grammar i i
without trouble and answered to the
club house fund. grades of the school are to be contin- With nothing that has ever been done in the vas'!

ued. Every patron of the school brakes perfectly. world fatty this supreme r f" i : f
the cnn co.r.pare
Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, E you .
should donate to the fund. f
visited her sister, Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Marriage is never a failure to those has made mijliors] of men and women in every C'tIJr> :

last week. The lot just south of J. M. Alvarez's who are willing to make it a success. laugh and B'>!) with unfof8( :.>Wnotion.. An. ALL"i! i

residence has been converted to a basket STOCKHOLDERS MEETING r noble D'Arlugnan l has counht.\: with rare ferlmK.

The Starke churches are in a thriving ball ground, where boys and There will be a meeting of the .tockhoMiT r thin({" th.il rnablts: him truly to live the part.
each denomination being of the L wU5]l National Farm Loan Aimoelatlon -
condition, young men are industriously practicing I held. 1 et the oourthotma In lI ark. s.tnrday. ONE FOR
"ALL FOR ONE.:
led by an excellent minister. this interesting game. Jan. 14. 1922. at 10 "'.''Otk. m. All
1.\
member .re requwUii to be present m. there I _
I I will b> Important buninwii to coma baton
Mrs. T. A. Brinson and little daughter The Woman's Club are giving an the meeting. C. It. 8 A PP. This Picture Wa Shown PRICES:

Patsy, spent several day last I oyster supper tonight at the Juanita It Seeretary-Traiuiurar. I j GAIETY THEATRE
in New York. Chicago
week in Fiftone. t Cafe. The money will be used for the Nights 'ills! 7.i0; $1.00.
and Philadelphia STARKE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY FEB. 1 and 2. Milinel
Boston
new club house. Make your arrangements 2c; and 10c.
Alvarez and children, and all the Larger Cities MATINEE DAILY 4 Night. 8
Mrs. Clyde to take supper at the cafe. fENT-A-WORjj p. m. p. m. War'Tax Added.

of Jacksonville, spent the week-end at $2.00 Admission. We earnestly advise our patrons to secure ttelr teats well .. .
with her mother, Mrs.! M. L. Johns.J. Just received, string beans, cucumbers in advance.mmamarmmmmmmmmmmmmammrnmmstlmmmmmmmmt. Uflll 1> l\U HH This! "I jcure.

I lima beans, cabbage seed at J. .
trucker -- -- ---- ---- --- -
II. Moore, business man, F. Kickliter's. I
: : : aruJtI1IDlDlI1l11mmmmamJmmarmmQjcummIDcc> ) :
busi-
of had t
Lawtey,
and plant grower LOST-Elk watch charm. Return to

nes in Starke Saturday. Miss Emma Andrews, who has just "Doc" Harvey or this office. H.I ..

completed a term teaching the sixth lie
Judge R. A. Green was in Jackson- grade in Lawtey, is teaching as a sub- WANTED-100 barrels of good corn. .'

ville Tuesday, attending the executive stitute in the B. II. S. Miss Andrews I See W. M. Edwards, Starke, Fla. It'' How Young People

meeting of the state county judges'association. in I, teaching the sixth grade on accountof FOR RENT-Good farming land, and

the.absence of C. R. Sapp.N. nuts for sale. Mrs.
seedling pecan
I M. Baladen, Starke. It* Can Save
Jr. of Jacksonville .. Money
William Struth, C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-

spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. nuts.Ve offer New Crop Florida FOR RENT-A furnished room for a .

and Mrs. Wm. Struth, Sr. ; Runner Seed Peanuts at 87 1.2c per single man may be rented at St.

bushel ((3 l-2c per lb.) f. o. b. here. II. Mark's rectory. It*

.. State Attorney A. S. Crews has been T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. 1-6-tf I FIRST. Don't blow it in.
FOR RENT-Rooms for light house-
in Gainesville during the week, sere

ing at circuit court for Alachua coun Go to the oyster supper tonight at keeping., Mrs. J. F. Colley, Starke. I SECOND. Put everything over and above legitimate expenses in this'Bank.

..p ty. the Juanita Cafe. This supper Is given 16tf.RubMyTIsm. r THIRD Let it stay here-at least until you have enough to finance a profitable c
by the Woman's Club for the ben- I
. ;' .Miss Kate Livingston is back from evt of their new club house fund.R. antiseptic and busness deal.
.
pain killer, for infected sores.
; Tampa, where and Mrs.she spent G. C. the Livingston.Mrs. holidays. I letter sprainneuralgia, rheu- Some of the richest men in this country started life by opening a I
with Mr. B. Neal returned last week to matism./, Adv. I

his home in Norfolk, Va., and was accompanied /- savings account with one dollar. How about you, young man? I!

E. F. Johns and Mrs. L. A. as far as Jacksonville by Only One "BROMO QUININE"ro I

I! Mrs. Neal, who will spend the winter, art the ge.olne,c.ll for !all name, TAXAriVIC

Hall's Catimh Medicine with her parents, Dr. And Mrs. J. C. It. OKOVK.BHOMOmUMNK.Cnre. .Cold r.-l..o..locn.tur.Inr/nu LHir. Slop. I
Tho. who are In a "run down" condl-.. .ernmuch Wills. uuirb and baidiche., and wale oH -old. 23c
Catarrh bother
will notl" that
tloft

health.more This: I than fact: when prunes they that are whale In <6t.fluency KH-, Get rid of your surplus chickens No W orm* !" .. n.. MK|- BANK OF STARKE !

iabyc ''a dliwao..u .IanniM1 son lit,nor ,.,iVh! .Uir. eciolr l with l k nn "o In .
'.1 i \"" : : : \H ,i and\ eggs and at the sam time get ........,1.,.".."... ot.i.,11.-. ) .:. I wdaa.uc. .
and"acts throaehllthe bloo4 upon for them themColds .
top prices by bringing tber.s f i ijKOVr.2 ; twtminw
Tonic the mucous "...rfll'1>& body, therednctng : T.'"' t1u.arrr E. S. MATTHEWS p" ". CEO C. WHITE Cashier fIDC10k11DmmCE9DOlmmtdm7mmlDlgmmm
the Inflanwnoflon sad as.'l Istlnc: : c',t_. 1>,lA)I
rwfcirln: I : normal 1 condition*. ; Cause trip and Influenza ..... :
Fiatlire
All ViiirinBl*.& Circulars Co.. Tol...dj.trw.Ohio. LAXATIVE BROMO( QUININE!:Tibtetl move the .imam.net '.
F. I, Casper emu. Thorn to only one "?--- Quioir,' ibmw jfgSgsqXBSHBgsasSBWBSaiaHBI C / Cg''JUCUWmiKBTlMJOraraQOaJWEdEtEaitDtttnailllRmAY. : >
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FRIDAY, JANUARY ZCt, 1922
> FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY TEIW.KAI II. STAR
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_0 ---- .. :-r COLD STORAGE IS A'JECONOmC: ]I ever but with tho words of this unbent The censor moans and in a huff
I NECESSITYThe lawyer still burning In their ears Roars madly out "Cut out that stuff1

'II (I sat down and ate their dinner and And when the villain on a lark

adopted policy of our country then cooly went over the testimony. Soaks too much moonshine in tho park
> I r.WihTB'd: : d.l.J.I is one of protection and thrift. Nearly two hours later they rendereda And tries to light a cigarette

fi Cold storage supports thrift, in thatit verdict that Bowyer was guilty of The censor yells "Stop that, By heck:
encourages the saving of every particle first degree murder and Judge Long Or I will call a Suffragette"

L. Farmers t of food that is produced. sentenced him to be hanged. Ye editor But now the picture soon will end--

.J.I County Food must not be wasted or neglected / has been present at lots of trials We see the noble hero bend-

.J for waste and lack of protection -I conducted in tho Alachua county lie puts his arm around the girl

_..._. e results in high prices and scarcity I court house but never before in his And whispers softly "Dear old Pal."

1 .. .j of food at one season of the year life has he ever seen a trial conducted Just then a groan and then a thud-

1 ...t : ;Ii t followed by low prices and a glutted any more fairly and impartially than The censor's fallen like a dud,

I'' TIME TO .PREPARE. LAND FOR PREVENT BLACK ROT OK YOUR /: .. .tit 'narkct at another.Of the one in which John Bowyer got They haul the poor guy from the place
; i SUGAR CANE CROP! SWEET POTATOESDo \ of perish- his verdict.-Gainesville News.
h:: : the great quantities An awful pallor on his face "

A Mother's Advice I I able food produced every year, during But soon the film is out anew

At the opening of the spring sea- you plan to grow sweet potatoesthis Health i. Vital to You Mothers I .the high production season, there i iI Is WHY SO MANY RAILWAY CROSS All censored nicely for, the Few.

lion the farmers generally plan their year? If you do, it is importantthat Birmingham,Ala.After becoming I a ready market for not only that ING DEATHS?

i operations:; so that when planting time you give serious consideration to a mother my health gave way. I suffered which will supply current demand Young Wife-You used to say I was
comes it finds them ready to take up the disinfecting: of your seed before severely with a pain low downIn j The surplus should essentially be stor. Twenty years ago time was just as an angel. I suppose you think dif
I
their work in the order in which it bedding them in order that your potatoes my right been side.cured My of a sister-in-law bad case of, ed for use during the season of low valuable as at the present ace. ferently now?

should be done. be free of disease. laving feminine trouble by taking Dr. Pierce'0 !I production, either by large storage There was no more of it than at Hub-Yes, thank heaven! A niee

Sugar cane being one of the most The state plant board of Florida is Favorite Prescription advised me to plants or by each individual consumer the present time-and every minutewas running! mate I'd be for an angel, '
important crops on the small farms, undertaking to stamp out a numberof take it, which I did. 1 am now startIng otherwise the resultant! scarcity needed precisely as it is now. wouldn't I?
third bottle and the pain ,
it deserves attention first of all, for serious diseases one of which is hag' on all my left me. My husband said tome would necessarily! make prices pro- Yet very rarely was there cnronicled

the reason that it may be planted, several black rot of sweet potatoes. Officialsof the other day, That Favorite Pro hibitive. a death or mishap at what are now Hastings' Seeds
weeks earlier 'than our general this Plant Board have issued information scription must be a wonderful medicine Did you ever stop to consider whatIt styled "grade crossing" even thoughthe

farm crops. By giving it early at for farmers which tells us ,Il'Iore.-\Irs.I don't !hoar Ruth von comrlainingany Williamson, would mean to each consumer if he horses driven might have been 1922 Catalog Free

tention it clears the way for farmersto how to prevent this dreaded disense. I 4010 First! Avenue.. I were obliged to provide storage space prancing and straining at the bit. It's ready now inn handsomely Illustrated .
I their attention to other crops, The advice follows: this famous food supply to meet pnses of worthwhile seed
give You should obtain I for an adequate And this /goes to show that It is only for Southern garden-
and news
garden
as corn, potatoes etc. "It is earnestly recommended that Prescription now at your nearest drug; the needs of his own family? This the careless] the thoughtless the era and farmers This new catalog

Land to be planted in sugar cane you URC'great care in the selection and store Pierce, ,in President tablets! or Invalids'liquid or write Hotel Dr.In (I would, in moat! instances be almost foolish who yield up their lives be- we believe, Is the most valuable seed

should be thoroughly plowed and well planting of your sweet potatoes. Even Buffalo. N. Y., for free medical advice. pos-sible I I i cause of the great desire to "beat the book ever publl+oh..rl.! (It contains 100

i1 pulverized. In the plowing process if you are certain your seed are I it train to the crossing"-and fail to full pages of the most popular vegetables -

':'"I ,t I tis recommended that the land be free of disease disinfect them just be- THE VEGETABLE GARDEN"No more than the small charge/ for the function.It flowers and farm crop plants
,
... subsoiled unless it is too wet. If the fore planting and be doubly certain. service given by storage plants where is a safe conclusion that if the tempted.the finest work of Us kind ever at

soil is wet it bo determined by Immerse them in a solution of bi those foods are kept economicallybecausestored be used the
too can vegetables are as good as same care were to by men With our photographic; Illustrations
the first slice of the turning plow. If chloride of mercury (also known as' grown in one's own garden, and there on a large scale and in a scien- driving cars that was in practice a and color pictures also from photographs

this slice has somewhat of a glazed corrosive sublimate). This solution is Is no reason why fresh vegetables! : tific manner. score of years ago when horses were we show you Just what you can

i appearance the soil is too wet to recommend prepared by dissolving! an ounce of should not be a part of the daily diet Foods placed in cold storage duringthe used there would be no more accl grow; with Hastings'! Seed even before -

the subsoiling./ It is the bet- bichloride of mercury in 8 gallons of of every family. At the beginning of I. natural producing/ season when dents, population considered than you order the and secdx.) flower Our catalog bed
makes garden
not to subsoil at all rather water In a wooden barrel. Do not use taken out are often found to be superior -
ter plan the new year, attention should be devoted were then chronicled. planning easy and It should be f
than subsoil when the soil it too wet. metal containers. (Formaldehyde also advise i I in flavor and quality to fresh
t, h to the home garden, Even the child knows that this trains every single Southern home. Write 11
o If subsoiling is done the tool need ; may be used: 1 pint to 30 gallonsof workers of the Agricultural Extension I i products then on the market. For have the right-of-way on their own a post-card for It. giving your nam*
I water.) Place the seed in a bushel June butter from cold storage It will to
not be an elaborate affair. A four. Division, University of Florida. i example, rails. There is no one driving a car, and address. come you
hamper and Immerse in the solutionfor much delicatepleasing return mall and you will be mighty
Inch shovel on a scooter stick follow- Now is the time to prepare seed- may have a more the be by
r though route a stran.teone
b I even /
ten minutes. After dipping they flavor than fresh butter of glad you've got it.fading. .
furrow
the
in
? ing the turning plow same beds and the soil for the garden. who cannot readily recognize '
( Seeds are the Standard
.e the land In an ideal condi- should be spread out to dry. Then other months and all agree that April!
puts Frosts in Florida are usually light
where the crossings are located, and of the South and the largest mall
tion to maintain the moisture during bed, immediately enough not to kill most vegetables if eggs stored or fresh rank first as a who cannot understand that the cur order seed house jn the world Is back

.; the dry spring months. I "Great care should be taken when given the protection of a hot bed or I quality staple.Refrigeration. is much easier to stop than is the fot them They've go* to be the best.

+ ri The moisture content is really tho using bichloride of mercury as it is cold frame. This fact makes it pod- !: plants store food so heavy train. Write now for the 1922 catalog. It
factor in production a deadly poison. Never leave it where sible to produce early vegetables. consumers be supplied regularlyweek is absolutely free
; controlling crop ;I may The cause for the many fearful accidents -
G. HASTINGS' CO., SEEDSMEN
H.
children
is true or animals can reach It. After It 1s to test seed for in and week out, with whole-
of all kinds. This especially a good practice of which we read every day: i Is ATLANTA. CA. j
of the sugar cane crop which requires finishing with the solution pourit germination before planting in orderto I II some products in variety. Should we merely the luck of commonsense on

t a very large amount of moisture to into" a hole and fill the hole with I insure a good stand. Small seed, dispose with cold storage, this would the part of those who believe themselves taRlitlullJr.1! !)at10n cured
earth.
J+ give it a satisfactory yield. When I '. like cabbage and turnip can be tested not be possible, for there {.ire seasons immune from trouble and fan- in 14 to 21 uayii

planting this crop furrows should be on a hot stove. Those that pop have of low production when demand far cy a railway train but a toy that has LAX-rOS WITH PESN" is a sr-ecial.y-
j made by the use of a middle buster KILLING( : IIOKERS IN TilE PECAN vitality. The dead ones burn. Largo outweighs natural supply. no right to interfere with an 'import- xepnredSyrupTonicLaxalvefurUaixtua.'onstipatiun. ,
and, five TREESMr. sed like and Food must into cold storage in It relieves promptly. : but
t four feet on the poorer soils beets carrots sugar i go ant" traveler. Once in a great while .
hnukl be taken regularly for 14 to HI lays
vVl; feet on the richer soils. This furrow corn, can be tested by means of thei prime condition if it is to come out in some driver will make an antemortern to; induce regular action. It Stim ulnto. and
should be made almost as deeply as Pecan Grower have yon rag dull' tester. This consists in roll first-class 'condition. Cold storage; statement that "his brakes fail Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak. 60c

: the land was broken unless on wet "wormed" your pecan trees ? If you ing the seeds in a wet cloth and plac- should simply annihilate time. It ed to woi'V-and the engineer has the oar bottle.

ft flatwoods soils. If the furrow is mnda haven't, it is not too late to dig the ing the roll in a warm location. In keeps fods\ in perfect condition, right of comeback by saying that his .

i I too deeply on wet soils and a heavy borers out from under the bark by about ten days open it and calculatethe maintaining for a long time the same brakes were in the same condition.In A TONIC

tij rain prevails after planting the crop means of a sharp knife and then covering percentage of sprouted seed. appearance taste and wholesomeness the word of Solomon: "Bette Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic restores' .

water may stand in the furrow covering the injured areas with paint or Another point to consider Is that of as when first stored. Is two minutes delay on the safe side Energy and Vitality by Purifying!! and

r the seed and Injuring tho seed carbolineum. having a fertile noil. Stable manureis of a crossing than to have the slowly Enriching tho Blood. When you feel its

buds considerably. On the higher Another borer that penetrates into one of the best fertilizers known.It CAN A NEGRO; GET A FAIR TRIAI wending throng murmur as each passes strengthening,invigorating effect, sue howit

lands! the seed should be planted In the wood leaving a large entrance should be well rotted and should the bier: 'He doesn't look very natural brings color to the cheeks mid how

j deep furrows and covered lightly: at hole in the trunk through which the have a small percentage of straw to The above question Is frequently do you think? He must have it improves! the appetite, you v;U then
4 to maintain efficient frass (particles of chewed sawdust- This should be appreciate its true tonic value.
first just enough manure. applied brought up by papers in the northernand been stepping on it mighty hard.' "_
moisture for the sprouting of the like wood) is expelled, can be probedfor broadcast at the rate of ten tons to eastern parts of the counrty and Kissimmee Gazette. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic in simply

p buds! All the crop grows more soil by means of a soft, flexible wire. I the acre and thornlv mixed into the by others ignorant of actual conditions Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
should he worked to it. The burrows of this borer extend up- Roil. Stable manure raises the temperature in the South. The South is pleasant even children like it. The blood
Curl it was very sweet of to needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Seed P>ou1d he cat in three or four ward in the solid wood, and can easily of the soil and thus hastens the negro's paradise. Southern you
peo- hold my hand all through the moving Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Joint lengths and laid in the furrow, be located by the sawdust-like material plant growth. Commercial fertilizers ple know the and the negro ; its
negro picture show. You haven't done that G.-lp germ! by Strengthening Invigorating
4 lapping about 10 per cent. Whole cane already referred to. After prob- should be used at intervals during the knows' the Southern people. Take for several Effect. lite.

should not be planted since several ing for this fellow with the wire (and growing period as a top dresser to the negro out of the South and he i is But I didn't years.hold hand. ,

Joints in the middle of the cane will one may not always be sure he gets stimulate rapid growth. an absolute stranger to everyone he Then who did? your

} not sprout if a dry spell occurs immediately him with the wire), force a bit o If Cabbage, cauliflower collard eggplant meets. The question of a fair trial 1886
after the The cotton butting saturated with either lettuce tomato and onion seed
planting crop. was fully demonstrated in this city THE CENSOR !MAN\ AT WORK
moisture necessary for sprouting naturally carbollincum or carbon bisulphide, us- can be Bowed in the seedbed in Jan- Thursday when John Bowyer a negro -
to each end: of the ing the wire. After probing stop the Do not than three-
i goes cane, wiry cover more was convicted of murder in the first The movie censor is a bird
n leaving the middle buds unsupplied. mouth of the burrow with a bit of quarters of: an inch deep. Turnips, degree for murdering one of Alachua Who's strayed off from the common DAVISINSURANCE

: Iii If planted in four foot rows, the seed putty or moist clay. I II beets and carrots should be planted in county's most efficient young officers. i herd.

)i cut and lapped about ten per cent in I The use of carbolincum will preventthe the field as early as possible, if not Bowyer escaped after the killing ; lIe scans new pictures by the scores
31.1 the furrow it will take about 2,000 development of wood rots. Brussel I
already planted. sprout and was not apprehended until some And if the fiendish villain snores
stalks, averaging three feet each to plants should be set also in January. months later. He was brought right lIe quickly cuts the scene in two

t4 plant an acre. If five foot 1'0are THE WORTHY SPARROWA Corn can be planted as soon as dan- back to this county and awaited trial !So! it will not offend the Few;

1' used 1,800 stalks will be needed ger of frost is over. here. He. was treated as good as any And when the vamp with childish
good many people hesitate to feed An effort should be made to have other prisoner in Jailor Torlay's custody stare
r Some people talk much think little the birds in winter because the spar- new vegetables few days. This
every He went before the grand jury Plants kisses on the hero's hair
and do lose row will be the most numerous din can be done by planting new ones between and was imficted. Judge Long appointed STARKEI
1 ner gueats. This is a mistake say the rows every week or two. as his attorneys Col. Robert

\ ., We concede the fact that every bird authorities for the sparrow is Remember that a fertile soil is necessary W. Davis, one of the most able criminal BACK BAD TODAY?

mother's boy Is perfect but it gets our not the unmitigated pest he is com to keep plants growing rapidly. lawyers in all Florida, a former

gout to know where the scalawags! monly proclaimed. Congressman, and a man of nation- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
), come from.CALOMEL. Sparrows may eat a little grain or COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS wide reputation; the judge appointed Backache Is
usually klilney-acha Full Line of
small fruit but they will also eat a
as the negro's second representative and makes
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I of weed seeds and you dull nervous and UnJ.rtakr*' Supplies
quantities
TAKE destroy
: USERS
Putnam-The devoted to
; acreage Col. E. G. Baxter a prominent young tired. U"u Dnun'g Kidney Pills for
,. AN AWFUL RISK innumerable insect pests which Irish potatoes will be 15 per cent. lawyer of this city, who' has a reputation weak kldnt-yM-the remedy recommended AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
would work much actual dam-
I Very Next Dose of Treacherous Drug age than the birds.greater The fact greater this year than last year. of his own. Not a man was accepted b> your friends and nelgU- Always on hand. The best service -
burs.
t !May Start Terrible Salivation very on the jury except one that Able jour neighbor! at the lowest prices. Special -
, j that the sparrows are so numerous Brevard-i-We are preparing a rec- said he could give a negro as fair a Mrs A. C, FIin6. St.irke, says attention to telegraph or-
i makes their services in this regard ord-brea1 citrus exhibit for the "When living in North Dakota,
trial some Embalmer.
The next dose of calomel you take as a white man. Colonels Davis en. Registered
the more valuable. south Florida fair time ego I was ulilng: with m>' back
and Baxter did that
shock
may salivate you. It may your everything was
,: liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel Even if they are noisy and dirty and honorable for their client, knowinghim and many kldnevB As I knew a great DeWTIT C. JONES :]
K PIplc In'ttillt .
by Is dangerous.; It is mercury, quick common, they are funny and they are Taylor-Two hundrM acres to cot- as guilty of first degree murder used Djon's country who Lad ""
silver. It crashes into sour bile like persistently! cheerful in spite of ad ton and three hundred, acres to Watermelons Kidney Pills! with excellent STARKE, FLA
guilty and then
as man ever was results I began
rt dynamite, cramping and sickening I versity. When they have no foot! I is! part of the outlook this the venerable old statesman RobertW. My kidneys taking them
gave ne no little dls-
you. Calomel attacks the bones and they are just as hungry as if they year for this county. tress; end the
Davis went before the jury and small of my buck hurt
be into the .
should put system.If
never were as beautiful as peacocks and as me
I constantly Often ASPIRINName
in words and
oratory more brilliant my back
feel headachy
bilious constipated -
you melodious as cannrtoH. Why grudge Suwannee-At one meet twinged.
community My Kidneys .
and all knocked out, just go than when the editor first knew him were disordered
them a few crumbs.PensacolaNews. this week orders were placed for 500 too, until 1 took this
to your druggist and get a bottle ofDodson's twenty years ago begged the jury to Doan's remedy.
LiVer Tone for a few cents I satsuma orange trees for immediate be slow in their deliberations to consider soon put an end to this trouble "Bayer" on Genuine
which is a harmless vegetable substitute planting. We are going to plant a everything carefully and to try a'' and I have had no recurrence of
for dangerous calomel. Take n The dentist had just moved into a big watermelon crop. Bowyer with the
I same impartiality Price 60c at all
spoonful and if it doesn't straighten .ilnce previously occupied by a baker dealers Don't
as they would try the President of theUnltl',1 simply ask -for a kidney
better and quicker than nasty when friend called. Madison-Widespread interest in remedy-gel
b' e you up a Conn's
} calomel and without making you sick! "Pardon me a moment" said the dairying was shown at.five community States, if be were on trial. Mr. Fling Kidney had Pills-the same mat .'
The jurymen with no haste what- Foater-MJlbura
you just go back and get your moo-I I dentist, "while I dig those enamel let- meetings this week. WrL, Buffalo N. T. Oo, QQ

ey.Don't take calomel I It ters of 'Bakeshop from the front window _____ I St. Johns-Finished organizing the -
I ." Hamilton-One carload of potatoes clubs this week. At St. Augustine 38 ---
t trusted more than a leopard or
any
; ; a wild'cat. Take Dodson's Liver Tone "Why not merely dig off the 'B' and and three of hogs were shipped cooperatively members were enrolled in the sweet taker To Stop a Cough Quick

which straightens you right up and let it go at that?" suggested the this week, all through the potato club. We are.laying plans now HAYES' HEALING HONEY a

makes you feel fine. No salts neces friend. farm bureau. Farmers are well pleas. for the co-operative marketing of the cough healing medicine the Inflamed which stops the cough by Take Aspirin only an told in each package -
1 sary. Give it to the children becauseit ed with the results. I IOsceola ,potatoes which will be planted and A box of GROVE'S and irritated tissues. .f genuine of Aepirlm.Tb .
is perfectly harmless and cannot The fellow who has the ability to harvested extra early.DadUnusual SALVE Chest Head 0-PEN-TRATE a you will be following the direction!
salivate.-Adv.-67. both We shall Croup is with Colds and and dosage worked out by physician
recognize the sublime and the soon be selling enclosed every bo 21
during yoftra and proved safe br mil-
ridiculous Is fortunate among men. strawberries by the carload. We have I and enthusiastic should L"rubbed nil eNhest The "live inna.. Take: no chance with lubititute i
No Worm in a Healthy Child t' He can be either a wise man or a fool, received an appropriation from our interest Is being shown throughout the 01 children and throat If you ace the Bayer Cross on tablet.,.
AH children troubled with Worm have an un- suffering from a Cold or Croup. yell can take them without fear for
y occasion demands.The county commissioners for in the coming county fair.
as putting on A county n.
t k,.lthycoIOl',whtea Indicate poor blood and a..sf side the be..lag ell'1Ct of Neves' Healing Hon.y Ia. (bide II vliMh..,Neuralgia, Rhoumatlmn.r .
ruin, there la more or lees stomach disturbance county agricultural exhibit late this ore"PPis-Ttate throat combined with Ib"b..11o eaeet of cti*>, Toothache, Lumbago and for
t GROVE!: TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given re '"- baldheaded man Is not alwaysto month. DeSoto-Have spent much time this the.klD soon,"ope a ooogb.S.II/'I through thth. pores W Pnm. Handy tin boxes of twelve taMoto t

.' larly Improv.th.dlgeetlooaodactasageoeralStrengtheuinITonic Cur two or three wwka will enrich Ibl bend- be pitied Perhaps his head is so week in measuring off plots of land ost Both of tb"remedi.combined.are.pecked... In 00..earIOQ aDd th" tort few cent I>ni gUt aim ....UlargeoMkftA'l'
to tha whole lyium. Nature will then full of brains there Is left and in .une..11a a5c. e Anplrtn i. the trade mark of
no room for, Lee-Our farmers are planting more for club members inspectingtheir j .Just ask your druUlat fat Bayer. MunuNctiirn
llA of Monoaooticacidntr
S throw oil or dlioal tha wortna.and IheChUd will to I YES'lLEAUNG -
111 pwrfou he.'.i|. PIMMDlao t.l.,-7\Q! per bottles hair to germinate. watermelons this year thn last. soil HONEY. of Satiejlicflcid. .

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FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE iKAIMI STAKHK. "'l.IIIUUo\
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[ A 1MRK TOWN BUNCO CAME THERESSA; Kate Collins da ... a 00 I F Sutrkv. Fin. Jnn. 1 1023. Warrants "\
Issued _..
--- ------ --- --- r _........_..... NOTICE OF
I Carrie Albert do .______.____........ 8.0 I Ieprrtt the Clerk of the Circuit Court Bnlnnoo, Jim. 1, 102: ................ 87.84 Notice STOCKHOLDERS MKET1XS
Agnes Howard do ................... 7.6u In Htiil for Uradford. County, Florida. on account III or rlrl N. 1. Ii hurehy given that the remiUr an.
jjln th(> trial yesterday In tha criminal Theressn, Jan. 20.-J. W. Batten Undid) ) Malphurs do _____00._._.__.___ S.OO ot taxca assouod for the year 1t'2t. Rnlnnw. 0.... 1, 1021* ....._....__ 80.22 lironn Oust. mmtlnii Minnral of the stoakhaldnra, of the llolU
I Lisslu Hull!) do __. _-nn_. .. _________ 1000 I E. W. HAYES. Receliila ? Water Co., will bo hold .t th.
before I during month ..
court Judge! J. M. Peeler, spent several last week _. __ __ -._. 18.T2 ofr.oo( :: of tlw aeenISary. In Stark,
days at 8 S Lee do ._..____. --_ _-- Lou | Tax VulluetorTo ; VVnrranui (Isaueil ..._......._ Plorlda on
tot I.cmm ._.. __.____ ____ i Bradford County 10.00 Monday. January ao. 1922, lit 2:80: p. tonl.,1
Kfolt negro, on the charge Gainesville transacting business. Eilwnnl (;rl"' Ho n. S.OO 1 l lJunto I Hiilnnao Jan. l, 1 *J3: ...._._..... 47.04IIlot".1 a hoard nf directors for th m.
__ and
Mclnliwb do ____n __ ___ 8.00 Count Proper year to
ot grand larceny, there was revealed Blanton Owsley and Calvin Triost I Mrs Ruth Rrasky do ______._____. ___ lI.ml No. IT transmit such other bttslne ... n...._.", .
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Nov. I. to bid duo ____ --__.___..___10,608.51 llnlnnrn Di>e.. I, 1921 .........._... 0.48(
"by the e\ldencc Starke Phone ('0 phone rent .. *.20 i __... .__..___._. K. K. I'ERKYMAN.
human oorrectud
a interest were visitors to ----- -- I lly amt -- VBU.VD Receipt during month ...._. 420'nrrantg 1 .
Hampton Saturday.Mr. John Mack janitor( ____.___._____.-___ 8&.00 \% Issued _.. :20.21.1.27. BeoreUiry Troaiui-.r.
; ...___. :.
.p tory, us well us a complete exposure and Mrs. P. M. Geiger, of Wal I C A Knight nupvr rnt -_.__. ... ___-__- 20.00 1 I j Jnn. 1, to bnl duo ____._._...____00_ WW Hnlnncu Jnn. 1. 1(122: -........_._ 10.61 Lou
Hulls Pept Store suppllc* jail _____._ 1.M I OKDKK FOR PUIIIICATKIN
,i fOf how ii certain form of bunco do Agricultural' Fund IX.lrlrt No. 18 _
game spent Sunday hero with her parents N l) Wainwrlght nilvnnce. tax assessor 100.00% ,: 74..,. 1. to 1ml du. ____._..n__-_____ 53478 niilsnce Di*. 1. 1921 ............_ 78.17 In Circuit, Court. StnUt of Florida, Eighth
:, 'was worked by a sharp citizen oft Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall. Oily Llxht) riant light ami wilier ____ 4ti.Hl ; lly nmt Colluded __._._.00_____..._ 4n.0u Rfcelpls durlnir* month -._._ 1088 Judicial Circuit Uradford County, In Chan
W K Mldilleton Insanity J M Maxwell >>.011'% 'i cery.E. .
Dark Town. Warrant lantted _
County Solicitor L. D. Messrs. S. R. Swimlvl I, W. M. Brown W II !'"rk. do ___n_.-_.____________ >>.1'11') Jan. 1, to bnl due --. -_.______-_____ 488.78 Hnlnnce .Inn. 1. 1023 ....,__, 74.00 IB.00 :. I.. %Vilton,
Howell prosecuted Scott who was A A Fulch ilo I .nn..________..__. 1.00 County Knad and Itrldge "'..ri.t-No. I Complnlnnnk
convicted. Fred Cloverscttle, J. W. and Rob Batten ] R A Gl'<'Cn do ____________.___._____ Z.OO Novl l. to bnl. duo ------------------10,4)1)5,53 Di-c. 1, 1921 .-.._Iff ....... ''I Innlnnce I I vsAldcn I
i were among the visitors to Hampton I W J Ippi'nion) do ___n___._.......... B.75 Uy ami collected ___h.n-_____ UBU.nn Receipts\ during month- ..... 11.63.07 Hilton ct al),
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i The story follows: I I. Chnlki-r InnHnlty C G Bonnor. ____ 8.00 I I 'I'-nM* lnued _..._.._ I|' Defendant.
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s Saturday. |IK: 1> Hlium do _--__._____--______-___ Z.on I Jan. 1, to bal duo ______.___ .___.n_ 0.135.S2 nnlnniMi Jan 1. 1922 _._._ It appearing by alTlilnvit" appemlrd, to the
'j John Grijtijs, an aged negro, who Henry Woodard left last J 8 Blitch do ____________.__.n__-__ 1.00 County School Dlslrirt No. 78.82 bill filed in tho nhova. stnted .n.... that Mar
[eaves his week for j JR A Green do _____-______.______n__ 8.00 I Nov. 1. to bnl duo ------------------23,101.03 anIon Pro 1. 3,1: K. Conns, the "fendnnt therein named is anonri'lI'nt
money, was walking along Orlando, where he has employment, i|IW .1 Epni'ruon do _____.n.n__.-___ S.IIO Uy rint collected ___.______._00_.__ UUtUHI) Ri'eelptB during I month 1921 __._ 2618. of tho stalo of Florida. and (la a
a street in the western port of the O W AUIprmnn (Indoxltlit ____________ 28.60 ; Warrnnla: Issued 1 _. 54 20; resident. of Slonesvtlle( New York do' Curt'S
after _..._._ _.
n spending several days here with R A Grcvn pontano ..HITclefrrftph Jnn. 1. to hal duo ___._._ ]g J Mn Johnson R. D. No. I. and Is over the of
when ------------ -- *---------10,473.04 Hnlanco Jan sue
1923
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city n slick, well dressed negro his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wood- pub reportM _______.____._._ 12.00 I County Polls 1.lll.t.
approached him politely. a \Aldurman chirk) .povtatre and ro* Nov.' 1. to bal duo .._....._u_-___._ 57.00 D.-... 1. 1921 ....._ said niin-resldrnt defendant, be and. Is breelyreqi.irmI ,
ard.Mrs. cordlnir( conviction -...._>.-........_ 1S7.RO i i I lly unit collected _.___..n__....___ 20.00 Receipts durlnir month- 19ft.211 to appear to thit bill of eemnlnlnt I
"Skuse me, but is the RebcrandJohnsing R _.__ __ ---------------7. Id tiled, In said baforo, .
you Mao Nobles has returned to A Own (Innanlty D McNi-nl n S.OO i i Wnrrnnta Issued _. ._.. cot e on or Mondny. the
[ ?" quoth the polite darkey. W J Fnprraon do ..__.______...__.._. S.BO Jan. 1, to bal duo .- ____.__..._____ 637.00 Hnlnnre Jnn. 1. 1022: ._ 6000 lath day of February A. D. 1022 ollierwlna.
I her home in Jacksonville, after an extended K i: W Have corn ta xcol ________.___ 20.Oil Total Sub. School nt.,.,.t-No. 28Ttnlnnce 82.70 thi allegations' of said 1 bill will be taken. a*

"No, mah name ain't Johnsing," visit here with relatives. Rnml Albert rennirlnK newer ph.... ___ 4.00 Nov. 1, to bal duo ___.____.._._._.._ 6,100.20 Dec. 1. 1921 ___..._..... confessed by snld defendant.,
[the old with I Prew Co Buppllea. eo juiluo n_____.__ 25.00 lly Hint collected ..__._._._00_..... 114 .61 Receipts during month .. 118.78) It Is further ordered. that this oriler lie. publlHhed -
replied
t negro beaming .n. 1.12 ,,
W J one week for fmir
a consecutive
Samuel and Kppemon 1 dny with comn Nov 400 weeka
Percy "Wnrranl Issued,
Woodard .
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[courtesy. were I Kennln) Chemical Co auppliea eourthouHO 18.72 Jan. 1, to bal duo ..____.____.___.._ 5,050.83 Balance Jnn. I. 1922-...... RB.HB In tha Prndford County Telegraph, a newspa
visitors to Hampton Saturday after- Gvo T John.on Co luppliva jail _______. 81.00 Sub 8.h..1I..nd.. (.I KM,63PI. pee published( In snld county ant. ola"' .
"Ah am a stranger in do city, and J M BrownU'e 2 day com and milcntro fl.00Jitmcfi Nov. 1. to bill due ___________.__ .3H1.lt: Ttnlnnca 0..... I. 1021 Met_No. 31 This January 9. 1922.
noon. I
I1)"el'iita
Fih am looking for du Kebcrand. Ah ,I Reynolds' do n_ _n________.__. 10.00 lly ami collected --_.__ _. n______. 41)1).04 during month 101.71 O. W. ALDERMAN.
wlnt8 An error was made in last week H f Gnlney do ____-__.___n__...___ 12.00 Warrant (sailed .. 0940, (Seat) lurk Circuit Court.
to hab dinner to his house." issue Louis II Hill do ___un_.._.-.____.__ 9.40 Jan. 1, to bal du _______..._____.__ 8,044.07 -'Knlanrei Jnn. I. 1922-. 12.HH Ry C. A. KNICHT
I concerning preaching to be held .1 W Amlrewi Jr do "- ..__nn_. 800 U. W. ALDERMAN. 2tlH.li Deiiuty Clerk.
A very courteous conversation fol- W J 2 _.___ I J.ona", 1922.: i iIITt E. K. rFimYM\N.
at the Eppenon day with eomra 8.00 Clerk Circuit Court rpn.r) CAITNTY.sr"rIP .
Baptist church this
Saturdayand Solicitor for .
Jowed, during which the old 1 (Seal" Uy C. A. KNIGHT.Deputy n". FIARIII, I Complainant l-I.I.Bt-2-10
man 'I Sunday instead of last. Total ..._______-........__.... 607.65 Clork. 1 hereby certify that the fofeirnlnir state. I -
[bowed a disposition to accommodate D".I of County Comra Union Co.. m'nt of the receipts and .U.h"n'niamc( ,; t i I 8I1RRIFP-H RAM

[the stranger, and the stranger to be S. B. Woodard, who is employed at prorata part of surplus funds Bradford I FISANClo\J.IITATK'YF:">: T rOUNTT SCHOOLFUNDS tho sehool funds of llradford, County fur Iho < l8ere1y notice U Klvcn (that I. W. J.nnn. M,.".cr-

Lake Geneva, spent Saturday night Co as of Oct. 1, 1021 ___._.__1677.04 month of December. 1921. I Is truo and correct sherIff of Hrndford Cntinly T'lttrliln.. ...
|[very. agreeable to the aged darkey. I and Pine and Forfeiture( Fund I Conr.ty superintendent's "'.,,..% >.. statement to the beat. of my knowledge-.! belief ...., nml. by virtu of tInt et'rtnin writ of pa.--
"Bah de way," remarked the young Sunday here with his family. n A Green fee destroying. atill ____._n 2.00 of eoiimy .eniil! funds for the nonth of 11 11 WIGC1IMS. euilon' ltmiiL l out of und tmili thn hnnit. end
1 W J Epperson do ..n_____________-__ 000 Pi-comber. 1021. Bunerlnteriilefit of Public Inslruetlon ml. of tlm clerk of thn circuit court of Pr d-
(negro, "ah am carrying a lot ob mon- Saturday night a pound party was R A Green feu dnetroylnit. still __n____ 2 noW I 1 Cenernl School Fund foal onuuty. Klnrliln. minlnHt II. O. (:nAnn. and

| ey in mah pocket dat ought to be in given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. I J Epperson do ___._______...______ 8.BO nnlancit Dec 1. 1021 .._____ -..___. 11111.10 FIV \NCIAI. STATirMFNV! or COUNTY In favor nf Vlnrlnln-Citroltnn Chemical (',,...-
R A Green fee destroying moonshine __ 2.IK Receipt during month ___...__.___.6HI12.9I) FUNDH pany, corpnmtlim. nml ilnti'd the 2nd dn* of
a bank. Ah don't like ter carry mon- M. Bennett. The occasion was in honor W W Ralsden guard at Jail __._nu_ 4O.no Warrants .Usued __-___--___________..6635. 1Dnlnnoe Monthly flnanplnl satenent of llradfori January, 10J2 will offer' fur sale and n*>tl 4 n
fey 'specially while trablin. Ah of their daughter Rhoda's 18th i I W W Fulsden) pomp and washing at jail 4.00 Jan. 1. 1023 _.___nun 876.78 county for the month of December 1021.General the hlichmt and brat. bii)<1 fi, wants ,
R A Green fee destroying) atlll ..______ 2.00 District) No. 1 Fund of the ctftiirthniiHV ilnor In Stnrkf RriKlfonlonutity ,
I to bank it. Could you tell me whar a birthday. Those present report a very W J Kpperson do __.________._____... 875 nalance I\t>c. 1. 1021 _._______....... 2.foTlecelpta Tlnlnncn D..... 1. 1921 ______--________400208KnrelptM Florida during tI,. IIKH| hnuni nf
pleasant time. R A Green fee destroying. still _____-__ 2.00( during month .............. 14.115 during. ( month ____._________100824 sale, on Monday. th. 4tth day of Frnrtmry.lt' .
I good bank is ? Do you bank yo' mono W J Epperson do ____. _____........ 10.75 Warrant* issued ____________...___... 7.50Bnlnnce Warrant Issued ---_________.__-__...1241.80 ('2:1.!: fur th. pur...... of ntinfylnir acid *!...
ey ?" Miss Eloise Owsley spent Saturdayin W .T Epperson feeding prisoner.* ______ 48.75W Jan. 1. 1922 ___._______...._ 9.75 Ili.li.nco Jnn. 1. 1022 _..._____ .___.-.8H2H 03 eutlon. tho fnltnwlnir real **tat* In Rmdfov.1county.
E Middloton? co physician) _._n_____ 4 17 Dl.lrlrt No. i Fine and Forfeiture Fund Florida to-wltt
The old negro did not recognize the Hampton, guest of relatives and R A Green fee destroying still ..___... 2.00 nalance n.... 1, 1921 __.n____-__.___ 240.114 Ilnlnnrn Di... 1. 1021 __________..__.._8166.73 HoiithwcHt Junrtr of Rntilhrant feeler." He said he always banked friends. W .1 Epperson do __ .__________.___.__ 7.75 Rectflpta during, month __--.--....... A2.01 f. ".|..'., rtu'lni.. month ..____________ and North Half 'of Rotithwrnit. CJiiart ofHcMithwtwt
W J Epperson com on flnes _._u_____ 20.81 Warrant (Issued ____00__.________.. 11H.17 Warrant* 'Issued __un___...___...._. 406.ft? Quarter exempt 8 1-2 ncr*. lylnir baa
I his money. lIe recommended "his" I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham and I R A Green case Tom Duhnrt ._..______ 9.08 Unlnnre Jan. 1. 1922 __________._____. 163.70 Hnlanco Jan. 1. 1022 ---___-.__-____. 760.31 Hqunra In North wont corner thrrvcif. all atft
bank and offered children W .1 Epperson do _____________._--.-- 8.00 i niHtrlM No. .1 lt.mil Fund *.. S3. Twp II South. Knnirff 22 ...t.
I to take the young spent SundaY' at Waldo with R A Green ease Calvin Johns _n_.-__ 8 08 Overdraft Deo. 1. 1021 ______.____._ 28.fl Fnlsneo Dee. 1. 1021 _.___00___ .____. 00.43 ,. w. J. EPpEieaoN.
( stranger to the institution. They her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Triest W J Eppenon do ___.____..__..____. 8.00 Receipt during month -.n__........ 191.1.1 f.,..,,|nla during month ___.___..____. Sheriff of IVadfonl County, Florid.
[ I I R A Green ease Roy Harris. ) __.._.____ 8.7ft Wnrrantn loaned ____.__..._.___..... 91: .20Rnlnnca Warranta Issued __ .________...__.... 1'). E. KNIGHT. I
walked toward a certain bank. Mrs. Humphrey and children. of W J Epperson do _n______.__._._... 10.00 Jnn. 1. 1922 ___..___.____.__ 12.12 Pnlnnre Jnn. 1. 1922 ____________.__. 00.42 Attorney' for Philnttff( In E..- nll..n.
Suddenly another man ahead'tP Brooklyn, were guests Sunday at the R A Green ease Solomon Kilo .______ 8.78 IH.lrlrt Nn. OutMsnillng' Fund I-O.rot-I.ft.
negro (I"W J Kpperson do _____--_____--.__... 8.00 Dnlnnee n..... 1, 1021 ..____._____... 187.13 Pnlanoe TI.-... 1. 1921) _____ _-nn_. 376.83 it
them picked up something from the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. I It A Green ease Isaac Dell ___.___.... 4 50% Receipt, during month ___.____...... :2 07 .Te ttts dnrlnir month __u--___..... j MASTER'S RAMS
lidewalk. It to be Mrs. J. J. Collins and ("W J Epperson do _________n...._..__ 13: .10 Wnrrnnta Issued. ____________.____._.. 10 75 Wnrrants Issued ._____.____...... 1 ITlal.ne.
: proved a pocket. daughter of I W J Epperson witness ___--_--...__.._ 1.00 Ilnlance Jnn. 1. 1922 _____00.________ 108.44 Jnn. 1. 1922 .__._______n___ 876.31 Notlci !I. hrrcby. irlvi'n that undi, 'r and hrvlrttiii
book. The young negro with Griprffs Lakeside, were visitors to Hampton |, W W Bnlsden) do n___._____...____k1.00 I I|I rH-I..t ... 7 0..1..... Fund of that rrrtafn Anal dcrrca of forrloBuro **-
R A Green ease John Then nn______ 4.ffo llalnnce Dec I 1921 ________._._n__ 127 95 Tlnlance n... 1. 1921 ________________ 120.00 made and .nt.ro4l on Jannnry 2. H'-2.
got very much interested. So did94Griggsl Saturday.Mr. W J Epperson do ._--_._____--__.... 1S.10'<' Uecvlpla during month ..___.....'. n.nil tteirlntM durlnir month ..__.......... by thn Judtro of tho Cirtinft' Court In and for
The finder of the pocketbook and Mrs. Lacy Wynn, of Starko Vf .1 Epperson witness( ________..__-.- 1.00 ::i: Warrant issued _u__._........._... 20.00 W0,003p ,Innium. .1 ._ .__n ._____.__. Bradford County. Florida' In that ct-rUU(
W W Ilalsden do 1 00R %) !Iiisnc, Jan. 1. 11122 ______ __._____ 1111.94 Ralnnca .Tan 1. 1022 ______ ____ 120.00 paimn whrrvln J. W. Townaend. T. J. Town
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displayed it to the two men who saw motored through our section Sunday. A Green, eiiso Steve Howard; :::.::?- R:fiO I I' District No. 9Mnlanro Widow, IVnilon PindPnlnnpil ,(ml, and J. T). Alderman aa Kxonutora of tit.

him pick it It contained $1,000 in'bIlls. Cleveland Lee and Misses Elytho I W J Epperson do _______.______.______ IB.211R u.... 1. 11121( _____.._______. i27.%8Kecilpta Pro. I. 1021 ____n-____.___ OHfl HITtrcvlnta cwtat of W. C.. Tnwnnend. d,'. n."d. an.
up. A Green case Joe Holme ._Un 8.00 i I ( during month ..__.___..... 13.12 durlnir month ---.___....... eomplalnanb, and I'. 9. IVmnark KmllyPi (
Then Griggs was told that he Collins, Lillie and Eva Lee, of Lakeside W J Epperson do .___nn_____....... IB.25 Warrants .bulled _.___._.............. 500% Warrant I........ __.__.___._-u______. flfl.OO -n mark, hla wife, ant Hunk of Lake HutInr -
could have third of the motored It A Green case Kit Yarn _._......_-._ S.(10 Hnlnnco Jnn. 1. 1922 ____n__.___.__. 134.111 Piiliinoo Jan. 1. 102J _____ nn____ 020.01( a corporation am drftndnntn, the ..n.
'' a amount if he to our town Sunday af. W J Epperson d.. ___ ._______..___nn 1075 Dl.lr.rl N... 10 Avrirtiltural Fund ,mirned) will offer for Main and I will null for

would. change the big bills. Griggs/ ternoon. R A Green ease Cecil Adam ._.____. 8.RO' Rnlanca Dee I. 1921 ___.____.___._._ 172.18I Tlalnnr* Pi-o. 1. ll)2lKitcdptA _______...'__.__ ciihh to the hlithtftt, *nil bout hldilvr, In fmnt
: W J Epperson do _n.Un____.____.. 10.00 I, If.-cclpt/i' during month .....____._ 8' 02 durlnir month --.--___-._.-- 4ft.00 ctf th. court hound door In Stark, Hradfor4
; /was' meditating on the proposal when Johnnie Williamson spent Sunday R A Green eas. Tom Davie ....__._-__ 4.11'' Warrant .Issued _________......__n_. IHOflOllalanc Warrants (....cd .___-.-_---__..__ C'-tnuily) Florida on Monday. the 6th dny of
2⁢ was suggested that he change one here with friends. W J Epperson do _..__._._....._-__ 1020 Jnn I. 1022 _____.._._._..._ 2620 Pnlanc Jan 1. 1022 ___n__.__..____ 44.00 Ft-hruary, '922. durlnir the liwal hour of
l Tom Hemingway wltnes, .__ ___. __ ..00.00 IHmrirt No II January 1, 102.1.Itradfftrtl .al,. on Dalit ,day for tho purpose of tatlifyIn -
n
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iof the $100 bills. Griggs did not have Samuel and Percy Woodard were Frank E' Rowe .- unu__________ nalane? Di... 1, 1921 ________..._____ 10H 43R Cnuntv. In ir final tlf>ere. the follnwlnfr real N.
that much but said he had visitors to Charlie Georite do _u..n._..__-__ 1.00- <>coiiits\ during month .._.....__.... 5.63Warrants Slam of Klorlda' lute lylnir and bo lint In Uradford County. Flor f
$52. Hampton .
Monday.Mrs. I Frank Hnlllnwiworth) do ._.___._.____ 1.00 i..",.,1 _nn _.. _____ T hi.rrhy certify th.t tim roifirolntr .'.Irm.", Ida, to-wtt:
"Well, if you can't change da bill, Floy Sullivan will entertainher '(.Hun Newmans do __._______________ .40 balance Jan. 1. 1022 ._..____________ 113.04 of thff rcrolptu atiff dlnhunirmnnta nf the Bnulhrnnt Quarter of Snuthrant Qurntor of
W .1 Eppenon do __.________________ 1.00 Ol.triet No. II fund of nrmirnrd, fount r for tim month nfTVcimlirr flection IB. liwa, 0 ...... dctlnil olfj I alao North
..' JellS put dat fifty-two in dis envelope junior class of the Baptist Sunday W W Knlsden do n_______._.._______ l.nO' 'Kalance V..... 1, 11121 .-_____.______._ 248.74 11121.: I. tnin and correct to tho brat rant Quarter of Northcant Quarter of Svctfn
10 It won't git mixed with do rest school at her home Saturday.We Soon Kite da -- ----- 3.00 ,Kncelpts during month _____-.-_.--._ M( .42Warrnnt I of my knowlctltro. and' 1>..II.f.) M all .ald landa being *-Towimhlp Sic,
W :M Parker Juror;:;; ..:::::::::::::::: 1,0': ) I Issued _______.___.____nn 0.00 O. W. ALPKRMATJ: Nonth Kanu KO Knat.
; while you change it," said the negro i are sorry to report Mrs. G. M. II M nowlinA' doB I ._.00___.____________ .00 llalanra Jan. 1. 1922 .____.____._____ 177.111 ISKAL" > Clerk Circuit) Court.Iradfnrd A. S. CREW,
r who first met the old darkey. He then. Bennett on the sick list at this writing K Nc-wnom do .?____u____._________ 1.00 District No. II County. 8pi*.lal Moat I In Chanoirr.D. .
I. (I Powell do __unun__.________ 1.no I, Rnliince Di.... 1, IH2t __._n________._ 87.2t n, C. A. KNIGHT.DfKiiitv' F.. KNIGHT
took Griggs' money and put in an en- I and wish her a speedy recovery. .1..,,H__Newsom. .do ---......_____._____ .00 Receipt; ,during month __........n.. 20.10 (, .rk. Solicitor for Comulalnanta. 1-8-51-3-3
I ......., P...... .... _n_.__._.__.__._____ ,..." I
velope. Griggs got suspicious and R A Green cnso Joe Norman .__..__n S.U I ::,---- -- .-- -- -- --- -- --- -
Asked for the money, and an envelopewas RUMORED; FORD CONSIDERING/ W J Epperson) do _--________--___-__ ((2B .
W J Enpenon' Clarence __ .
CHMO Mnnninir, OA 8ftK
promptly handed to him. The'two PURCHASE OK S. A. L. RAILWAY F Stump witness) ._____________._ 1.00 I|
negro men then walked Rine.t Jenkins do --_--___.___._____-- 1.00 I,
away. T.lirttln Jenkins do _____._.____...n_ 1.00'' '
The old negro's! suspicions more Durham, N. C., Jan. 16.-Runiori H P Jenkins do ____.-.._____.________ 1.00)
aroused he | H M Powlinir Juror _____.___n____-_ 1.00' ...
thoroughly opened the en- were heard today, although: without j II I. Silcox do ____.00_____________-_ 1.00) '

velope. A decoy envelope had been foundation, that Henry Ford may negotiate !|i.I W rMwnrds: do -00_ ___._____________ 1.011''
I If E Brown do __..__.___nn__._-__ 1.00
handed to him. lIe found only some for the purchase of the Seaboard W A Hrown do .--._.....___.....--_. 1.00

scraps of newspaper in the envelope i Air Line Railroad if his offer John .1. Itiitdon do l --____.__--._____ 1.00 Commercial
K A Gren coo.. Tom DnvlH __._.___. B.S7
that he held and awoke to the fact for the purchase of the Muscle Shoals W J Epperson) do __u_________.___-__ 10.20
that his hard earned had been II T K Hcminitwny witness _________.____ lOt
money plant is accepted by the government.It W J Knpenon do ___-_______._.___-__ 1.00
stolen by two smooth negro crooks. is believed thu report emanated 8llus) Kilo do ________________.___..___ 1.00
W W Iliiluden. do _._ __ __________ 1.00 '
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Several days later, however, the po- from the New York Stock Exchange, W M 7dwarda) juror 1.00 '

lice arrested Leona Scott. Griggs due to the rise in Seaboard Air Line W K Edwanln do --_::::::-.:::::::::: 1.00 I 1
1.r Underbill do .. .
1.00)
------------ --- Printing
'( identified him. He was held for trial, Saturday after months of stagnationand W K Norman do _.___._00__-.__.___-__ 1.00J Job

during which Griggs, on the witness inactivity in the stock H Rosier do _.._-n______________ I.00 I
market.In J A Chesser do .___-_._____.________ 1.0')
stand, told the jury how he had been the event the governmen turns

..' Totnl. - ------------- ---.- 401.711
taken Times.Union.
in. Muscle Shoals over to the Detroit industrial Hoiird of county; eomra Union:;); Co; i

wizard, the Seaboard would frorata shnre of eurpluv funds ait of
Oct. 1. 191I! ___________________.__1402.08:
TilE QUICK AND TilE DEAD form an excellent. outlet to the portsof Widows Pension Fund

in their the Atlantic Coast from Mn. Carrie Hhaw allowance -------- A.00
So many gents are graves, Tampa, Mn Rachel Malphura do ____.__--__ 4.01 I
'Because: of reckless driving, Fin., to Norfolk, Va., with direct can- I Mrs MaKKle llrowninw do __.______-00 8.00 .
M... Gvomln; ( Milliard do ________u.__ H.no
,We should suppress the speeding nections to the larger ports of the : Mn Amanda Silcoic tin -.. 4 00 I IMn .
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knaves East. The Seaboard owns and operates Lale( Tompklna( do .-:::::::-:::- d.Oil: %:) '

: Mn l.oiivenin Knrker do .u_.________ 6.00 I
,To save the gents surviving. 3,123 miles of track from Richmond I Mn Mattie Uavle do -______..__.__.__ B.00Mn CARDS
The reckless driver to court to Birmingham, extending far rSnrah Riudon. do ___.___.________ .00Mn ,
( goes as
','" I Ruby Green do .__.___.__._.__. 4.00
": And small remorse is his'n, South as Tampa and with direct linesto Mn llvulah Kolley do __________n___ ."'0 I POSTERS

When he is punished for his sport Norfolk, Wilmington, N. C., Jack : Mn Mn: Llsiie Pearls j hn.i.u! 4-'th-;;;;;; :::::::-. lfl.00 4.00: I .

])By drawing fine or prison. sonville and Savannah. Mrs K M Prevatt do 4 months ---...-. 16.00 I ENVELOPES

f'Ten days in hock," the jurist cries, Bankers and railroad men are disposed Total __H_._______...._______? IIN.OO''

May cure you of your hurry; to give the report serious con Hoard of county comm Union Co.. BILL HEADS
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prornta part of surplus funds as of
..fAnd when released if you are wise, sideration and speculate upon the pos Oct. 1. 11121 .._____._____._.______._ 401.00

\ lVou'll cause no further worry. sible purchase of the Carolina, Clinch- Road and Urld,. Fend NOTE HEADS
Hoard of count eomra Union Co..
"'You have endangered many lives field and Ohio, which would connect prorata part of surplus funds aa of

with Ford's other railroad Oct. 1. 1021 __ _.___________________ 14.30
; The speed cops' nerves you've jangled property in WINDOWCARDSSHIPPING

'And mortal voters and their wives Ohio, and with the Seaboard establish BILLS PAID BT SCHOOL BOARIIMm ,

i "Are tired of being mangled." direct connection between his Detroit H Perkins) temohlnu _.._____... 411.500H
R WIvBlns, salary .up t _____....____ 110.00 TAGS
o ;And when the speeder's paid the kaleHe's holdings and Muscle Shoals. K R Wlitirlns Ineld _______________-. 1.BO%
The Seaboard Air L W KlcUliUr board service _________ 4.<>0 -
fined for his offending, Line is valued at A A Haun do ............___....___ 800 LETTER HEADS :

;. Or when his little term in jail $188,577,216, on a cost basis, includingall F. T Campbell do .?..__._____._____ 4.00%
1. )ie"traph .'"lIn.( ., ______.-_- __n____ '1.0i%
6 Comes to a happy ending, equipment. The Seaboard Air Line P-adford f. ..e.'< Irtemt _. -,.__ fS'i' 7*

.i lIe Is at liberty to go is capitalized at $60,000,000, and has Drew (',n.. meld ___._______________. 1.84
: I. W Klekllh-r) board service _____on 4 20' .
l' With calloused grins and titters, a funded debt of $131,380,800.The E T Campbell do -----.-...---------- 4 00 .. ..
A A Hasen d. 8.00 (
And slams his tumbril to and fro, Sab- -.Di.4t-pd------

And maim more human critters. Man-What will you charge to Telegraph. printing 1 ......._-..___, a 00 I

show me how to play golf Teleuraph do 2 ..._......-.....-,. a.OO .
1// If one is known to be a nut, Telegraph do 8 _..___...__..____n_ 8.00
A reckless speeding tourist, Caddie-Fifty cents an hour for de Telegraph. do 4 _.............______ 8.00 ',,
'?: do ____. .00 ",
and Telegraph 7 ..- _. _. 1 I
IThe door of mercy should be shut, game twenty-five cents extra for Telegraph do 9 ....._..._....._____ 8.00 "
\ I When he's before the jurist. de language. Telegraph d.. 10 ...__..__.._.....___ 8.00
Telegraph do II _____.._...___...... 800
!t, That able magistrate should say: Telegraph, do 12.-._._?...-.._.__. 8.00 BradfordCounty
fines Telegraph do 15 .......__..__.._-- 8.00
}, "You'd heed not or jailing; Telegraph do II ____._____.-.._._ 3.00'

, "Such easy methods do not pay, 666 Telegraph, do 17 _____.___...--____ ..00 .
Telegraph do 18 ________________ 8.00
"They're punk and unavailing. Telegraph do ID -...._.--__._.___n 800
"Your car will now be placed in hock Telegraph, do 25 .._..........__....__ 8.00
Will break a Cold Fever and Telegraph' do 27 _______-.__.-_.__- 8.00Telegraph .
:In r "While for months Is cooling; do 2tI .-.__.___.._______ 3.00
"You condemned man Grippe quicker than anything Telegraph do 81 .______.--._____ S 00
are yo.ung we know preventing pneumonia hrdaford Co Rank Int 26 _____._____ 7.17 S
"To walk.until another ruling. Henry Plxford Janitor a __.___._.____ 17.50
heel -Adv.PII.I" City Light Plant light and water .___ 11.20
"Go, walk the pavements, toe and J W M..rpan .
(raid S ....._??-,..- 4 MH
"And Join the footsore sweaters, PAID BT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS K M '!'Is do 28 .?_______..____ 8.00
I Central fund J W White do 8 ._.._.___.::..__._ 1.00
J "And if you touch a steering wheel Martha Rlgga pauper ...... -._______ .2 sOL J E: Rosier do II _._______.____ 1.60
"We'll load down with fetters." L. Reran do .--.-?_-.-... Len FA Andrew do 12 ._____?__ 11.00 Telegraph
you Martha Wilkinson! do --_.-_. .....- ann A( B Shaw learning 18 _._........___ 40.00
Condemned to walk Martha Ratlin do __ Len I union snooty school board tranafer ft..21
Wado Wynn do ..,_-r________,TJ 4 Oa Union: eounty sehool) board do 14 .--... .3'0
"t The reckless boys might see a great I (' Un, da _?_.?._??.__. 11.0/1 : Union eounty school\ board do 21 .. ._ 1.20
light breaking 10 William? do __._-??..._ .00 : Union eounty sehool board do 24 _.... 7 20
Ervln Rlmrtnbotham do................. t.a* 'Union eounty school board do 23 _____ 22.72
While they sent up a doleful noise !Newman Children do ._____ ..00Martha STARKE FLORIDA

To show their hearts were aching. McDonald) do -______... 2.00E CLERK'S REPORT
: Cflv4dn._. _..._.,-, _+__., a oo -
-Walt Mason. f Mslvln do ... 4.00
Marrant Roberta do .---.__..._ Son To Cure a Cold in One Day
Wllll Mart. do __.__ LOS
Why it was Samson. Ills last joke Mrs More Tyre do j T .....j_j-. 4.00Mr. Take LAXATIVE BROMO. OUININB. : (Tabtof" 6wm1h.Cuugh *
I .. Tom Dral do _____ (./ / an4Jkosda.le and wors* ont
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( 30.0
Cold., r W. sUnatiuaaueach bo
brought down the house.
:Mn Sarah Klgdon do ?u. './10

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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY-TELEr-RAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,192%.


I Mrn. J.:-O. Jones,- who hns been seriously come over the door. PRESBYTERIAN NOTES
SHE IS"FULL
ill for the past two weeks, i
; 111.E ................. $ t improving gradually.Mr. Money is like a coy maiden. It likes Sunday school at 10 a. m. Come and!

: OF PEP"THEY to be chased. discuss a portion of God's word with
and 1\lrs. Rigby, of Starke, were
l'i visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mr. your fellow Christians, and with then,
County News Items that leaves lift heart and voice In the
I f and Mrs. N. T. Hitch and little SAY It is wise forethought hymn "f
faith.
son, of Starke, were. visitors here Sun-. nothing behind.
= = 0 church service
at 11
; day afternoon. Morning a. m
'I i II I.Ur.sHn. Fact Gathered During the Week by Our Several attended the picture show SHE IS GOOD LOOKING AND RAY The man who recognizes brains in Topic, ;'In Christ." What did this

11 1 Regular Correspondents. j at the State Farm Saturday night. AND:' IS ALWAYS READY another at least has a few of his own. phrase moan to Paurt Does it mean

t Rev. J. T. Barnes filled his regular FOR A GOOD TIME the same to you?

-- _A"'_- apointment here Sunday morning and I i It requires a lot of bunk to keep a Evening worship at 7:30. Topic,

BKOOKEIJ P. P. Dekle and children attended a evening, at the Baptist church. I Why Is a girl popular? Look arourtd jealous wife smiling. "Ours For the Price."
Consider with us the price paid for
cane grinding at the home of Mr. and Dr. King, of Lake Butler, wall a and see what a good time the goodlooking -
I Men Every man has his own peculiarities. the most precious things of life. What
have all the time.
Jan. 20.-Rev. Joyner, of Mrs. L. G. Johnson Thursday. professional visitor here last week. I ones
Brooker out and ask them to Most of them may keen them- costs little is lightly prized and is of
seek
here of Mrs. J. F. White, who has been vis- them par-
I Dukes, will fill his appointment Misses Edna and Nina Dowling, little value to its
i Will week-end with iting her daughter, Mrs. W. H. An- ties, dances and entertainmnets. And and welcome. possessor.
Sunday at the Free Baptist Lake Butler, spent the Christian' Endeavor meets at
that it is not the doll-face type 6:45.: ;;
Duke. drews, for a mont h, left Tuesday for notice
church. B. L.
their aunt, Mrs.
The retort courteous Is not always All people who interestedin
but the redblooded young are
Jacksonville, where she will visit relatives real men like most, -
call-
Fred Hazen of Otter Creek, spent and J. M. Dukes
B. F. Gainey
dissected.
after it has been !
organization designed to
courteous
and good an help
t, the week-end here with his parents, ed on M. P. Dekle Saturday. I for a few days before going to girl with "pep" happy the of all lands In
her home in Bunnell. nature. Any girl who is tired and youth piritwdIt'rowthto
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hazen. visited Uncle Dred
D. I. Blume The fellow who says nothing never train 'them for
I I Lawrence Simmons of High Springswas languid and has a poor complexionand taking
Mrs. F. L. Godwin, of Alachua, was Douglass at Worthington Sunday.Mr. her condi- has to retract his words. their part in the work and worshipof
relatives here dull improve
visiting Monday eyes can
the week-end guest of relative and Mrs. L. S. Dekle, Miss Vida
afternoon.Dr. tion and be far happier if she will the church-to aid them in their endeavor

I Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of with Starke her, Dekle, of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Farnell, who has! been simply ..\1,0 Gude's PeptoManganuntil Success is right ahead of us, but it to follow, are invited.
spent:( the week-end here Willie Parrish of Dukes, were guests too rapidly for the laggard to at 7:30
visiting here for the past two weeks, she has put her blood into good moves Prayer meeting Wednesday
1 mother, Mrs. S. J. Kelly. of. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes Sunday. catch .
"full oflife" up.Perhaps:
j Mt blood
Sunday for his home in New condition. Red means
Lewis Shriver was a visitor to J. O. Green the weekend I
Mrs. D. was life" Just why they continue to call them
j I Smyrna. and "full of usually means
I Hampton Monday.- '. guest of relatives here.: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Andrews,, of happiness.Try you cannot help' being en- bootleggers we don't know. There is

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot born are Mrs. Myrtie Hcndricks and children I Charlotte, S. C., arrived Saturday, Gude's Pepto-Mangan and see vious, but don't betray your littlenessby I not a boot made that would hold the

the proud parents of a daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll and will make Raiford their home for better feel. Doctors letting it become apparent to oth+I right quantity.
Jan. 15th. She has been named Mildred how much you
Sunday. a while.W. have used it nearly thirty years for ers. I
Juanita.
i Mrs Williamson is visiting Mr. and II. Andrews was a vigi;+i'r to weak run-down people. It helps The prudent man keeps his un-

t j Chester Andreu, of New River, wus ;Mrs. G. W. Johnson. Ja"tsonville! Tuesday. them get well. Sold in both liquid and The superiority of some persons is pleasant thoughts to himself. Ho

...1. a visitor here Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Amanda Gainey is visiting never questioned-by themselves.The in
.,,: I Sinclair Bryant was a vis:t..", to tablet form.-Adv. might get worse ones return.
( Mr. and Mrs. A. I.. McKinney are relatives in Ocala. .1: cksonvillo! recenrjy.! !

:; receiving congratulations on the arrival I Miss Gertrude Conner, of I'alatka, evening and was called to the care of person whose thoughts run in The fellow who opposes tainted

1 of a son, born Jan. 14th. is visiting relatives here. LAKE BUTLER this church. the right channel has no reason to money is generally convinced that the

+l t W. F. Burton, of the Tuscaloosa I I Miss Hattie Dukes entertained a Dr. J. M. :Mann: and Willie Dekle fear the words that slip out una- taint has been removed before it falls

Music Co., sang at the Baptist church Lake Butler Jan. :20.: wares. his
few friends at a social Saturday eve- -County Superintendent motored to Branford Thurnday. way.
last Tuesday evening. I Mizelle visited the John-
nmg.I Mrs.< G. C. Barkesdule, of Dunnel-

E. T. Stewart made a business tripto Among those present were Mr. and stown school last. week. lon, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. I :UUIJ'DWU""" '=" ''''lunmmmmmmmmmllJrlll'lItI''DmIJ.lrnrrIfImwwmwDWlllmQ! )

I Sampson last Friday afternoon. I Mrs. Victor Stewart, Misses Mattio Mr. Turner, state rural school inspector John Mott.

1 Julian Peek, of Starke, was attend- ; Waters, Gertrude Connor, Mae Duke, attended the teachers meeting The Woman's Missionary Union met

j ing to business affairs here last week. Ruby Proctor, Norma Dekle, Messrs. here Saturday. Wednesday afternoon, Miss Marshall I

; John Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was I Jeff Waters, Ezra Stewart, R. D. Fair. Jeir Waters returned home from Proctor presiding.Mr. :: !
I
4 a visitor here Sunday. I cloth, Gordon Herndon, Tom Chancey, Miami last week. and Mrs. Victor Stewart and .

ti I'\ ,. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and children, I Willie Bielling, Seeber Stokes, Ar- Miss Gertrude Conner, of Falatka, sister, Miss Mattie Waters and Ezra .
Saturday here with Is visiting Mrs. Jurd Waters. Mile section
of Graham, spent dell Drawdy. Stewart motored to Five
I The teachers meeting here Satur-
4 r relatives. I Dave Green and Tom Markey visit Saturday. .
L. A. Brown was transacting'business ,: day wall well attended and several
j' ed relatives and friends here Sunday. -

t in Starke last week. I Mrs. D. I. Blume was the guest of topics or" interest-were discunsed. PROVIDENCE :L-

? Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend Mrs. P. P. Dekle Monday. Mrs. Raiford, of Raiford Seeber I ._.
; Stokes /and Miss Rosetta Dukes of
Q in Jacksonville. Ranee Parrish was a business visi- Providence, Jan. 20.-"'. L. Blair
Mrs. A. B. Shaw and son, Wood- 1 tor here Saturday. Miller, Attended the teachers meeting I and E. D. Summers were attending to Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE

row, of Gainesville, spent Friday herewith Rance Parrish was a business visi- Saturday.A. ,business in Lake City Monday.Mr. STONE ETERNAL"
C. Strickland, C. II. Register and
h friends. tor here Saturday. Gilbert and Arch Pearce, of the
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+i Mr. Hires, of Cooter Pond, was attending James Parrish spent the week-end A. E. Proctor attended the Masonic metropolis, were working for the ben- And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various ahades make-
Grand Lodge) in Jacksonville this week
i'
t1' to business here Monday. with his niece and nephew, Mr. and efit of a W. O. W. camp the first of

,} Mr. Dekle, of Five Mile, was a visitor Mrs. Ed Lewis, at Brooker. Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Proc- the week. MEMORIALSRenowned
tor spent the week-end at their homeat
i, here Monday. I John and Ancil Parrish have secur- Mrs. Lee Rogers returned Monday ,

t. Bo sure and attend the B. R. P. U. ed a position on the East Coast.. We Five Mile. from a visit to her daughter" in Ellen- !
Mrs.\ II. L. Sprinkle and Miss Sheal- I
at 7:30.
next Sunday night
I wish", them success.
ly, of Florahome, spent the week-end ton.After FOR ARCHITECTURAL
DIGNITY
a visit with relatives and
il: FIVE !MILE RAIFORD guests of Mrs. W. C. Townsend. friends, Wilbur Smith, returned to
I i and EVERLASTING
Lake Butler basket ball team played Jacksonville Sunday. ENDURANCE

Alachua Friday afternoon>> the I
Five Mile Jan. 20.-Mesdames D. I. Raiford, Jan. 20.-W. H. Andrews John Bielling, Jr., returned to Jacksonville -
score being fifteen to five In favoi of I Three essential factors
and B. L. Duke guests of to be'considered in buying mon
Blume were was a visitor to Starke Tuesday.Dr. Tuesday to resume his work.

}' / Mrs. P. I>. Dekle Tuesday. I A. J. Johrnson, of Jacksonville Lake Butler. Drew Summers, Fred Bielling and r- uments, are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
Miss Mae Duke
r : R. B. Page visited Mr. and Mrs. P. spent several days here last week. spent the week-crj Elmer Fralick motored to Lake Butler RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi-
,
at her home in Five Mile.
tr P. Dekle Wednesday. Mrs. Donah Browning and Harley Miss Annie Douglass, of Ft. White, Sunday afternoon.J. nation when buying our material.
Math Dukes and Marcus DeMo spent Moore were visitors to Lake Butler L. Summers has improved the

pt Tuesday evening in Lake Butler with i Friday afternoon. was Edenfield.the week-end guest of Mrs. Lula looks of his lot by building a new COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP.

friends.J. I Messrs. W. H. Andrews and Earl fence. : Leading Manufacturer of the South
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of
M. Dukes, M. P. Dekle, Misses ,|: Whitten were visitors to Starke Frii New River, motored to Lake Butler Mrs. John Bielling, of Jacksonville, 1. Field or Special Representative,

,( I i I day afternoon, Mr. Whitten purchasing Saturday is the guest of relatives this week. W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.
attended while there. Mrs. Dave Edenftcld formerly of U
a new car
.
Mr. and. Mrs.' Ernest Williams were
( + '" f Mrs. T. J. Waters Friday evening. j I'I !Mr. Cribbs took his little daughter i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Load- this community, died in Jacksonvillelast I immmIDmllJllllI"'IImID'.I<'I

: T. J. Dukes called on P. P. Dekle Ruby, to Jacksonville Tuesday holtz this week.A Friday after a long illness. She _
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.- Tuesday afternoon. I j| afternoon to a hospital where an operation daughter was born to Mr. and was buried in Olustee cemetery Satur-

1 Mrs. Barbara Dukes celebrated her The operation
was performed.
I II Mrs. Jim Priester Friday morning.S. day.Jack
I 71st birthday Jan. 9th. Her many was successful and the little patient Murphy was a pleasure visitorto
( M. Carver has sold his home to
I friends wish her many happy returns is getting on as well as can be ex- George Spires, of Midway. Live Oak last week-end.

1 of the day. I, pected.Mr. I The W. M. S. held their meeting
K. Roberts motored to Brooker on
Henry Thomas and family, of Lake j I and Mrs. W. H. Andrews and Monday. Saturday afternoon with a small num-

1; f Park, Ga., visited relatives and friends Mrs. J. F. White were visitors to Heil ber present.
Henry Varnes, of Johnstown
was
I 1 here and at Midway last week. bronn Springs Sunday afternoon. Friends of Leonard Colson are gladto
; I transacting business In town Satur
j R. B. Page, D. I. Blume and Miss Miss Vonnie Cribbs spent several day. know he is almost well after a severe -

i Josephine Blume were business visi- days last week at the bedside of her illness of tonsilitis.L. .
Mesdames J. A. Christie and B.
t tors to Lake Butler Saturday. sister who is in the hospital in Jack- F. Fralick was a visitor to Co-
Granger returned
i +, T. J. Dukes and M. P. Deklu were sonville. their home in Valdosta Tuesday, after morningto a twoweeks' lumbia City last week. ,In 1

shopping Dukes Wednesday. We are glad to report that little W. F. Smith, wife and son, Manard.ot ,
visit with Rev. S. S. Proctor
11; j Mrs. B. L. Duke and children, Mrs. Billy Jones, the infant son of Mr. and and family. Jacksonville, were week-end visi-

I -- - tors at he home of J. L. Summers.
( -- Marcus Dekle and Math Dukes of
,
Charlie Edenfield and wife, Mrs.
( __ _,wv __ Five Mile, were business visitors to''
-- Emma Cook, Mrs. Mary Willis and
: Lake Butler
"v'I Friday. children were among those from afar
I Lester Pinholster, of Brooker wasa attending the burial of Mrs. D. Eden-

't; i ii guest of friends Monday.Mr. field Saturday.W. .
and Mrs. of WI LLYS41NQCHTSleeveValve
Wiles, Crystal Riv-
I* Summers made a business
er, visited friends here this week.
I, trip to Lake City last Saturday.A .
Mr. and Mrs. O. Thomas moved to

I Lake Butler from Alachua this week. Motor Improves With Use
Kansas farmer received a note
Mr. and Mrs. Will
have
Ufthed Knight oc-
from a young man who had been "go-
cupied the cottage formerly owned
ing with" his daughter.' It read:
S. M. Conner. .
I I by "Dear Sur: Wood like your dau- Willys-Knight owner

THE UNIVERSAL CAR Patria Tomasella, of Johnstown, ter's hand in marriage. She and me seldom dips into his pocket-

i! motored to Lake Butler Tuesday. are in luve. I think I ncede a wifee.Youres book to for repairs or
Miss Maggie Dekle of 'Starke, has pay
trooly.
\I New Prices been a gupst of her mother, Mrs. Ida adjustments.
Dekle. The farmer replied by letter, saying y

The Earnest Workers class of the : So dependable is the Sl cve-

2 F.0.'B.IDETROIT I school I "Friend: You don't need a wife. Valve :Motor that it
i/ Baptist Sunday was entertained I You need a spelling book. Get one rarely
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th at the home. of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. requires
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: and study it a year. Then write me even inspection.The
forum Friday evening. As soon as "
again.
I Chassis $285 the guests arrived games began and satisfaction t'r conies

Runabout $319.1 continued until 10 o'clock when they I wonder what the jokesmiths will from'Villrs-ICnightpertorm-
were invited into the dining to
room do if the girls ever wear long skirts is
Touring Car $348 partake of fruit salad and cake. Those again? ance such that owners pre

present were Masters Clyde Crews, Yes, I wonder. fer this car to any other at

Truck Chassis $430 iV'inifred Loadholtz, Lawrence Piper, any price.

Cecil' Roberts, Morris Stone, Claude "Have you heard my last joke?"

Coupe $580J3 Ostoen, George Johns, Harold Pries- asked the Pest, as he stopped the

tar, Misses Blanche Roberta, Wilmer Grouch on the street."I $
Sedan $645
Andrews, Maria Chastain Perbeth "
hope so, replied the Grouch, as 152D

These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in Williams, Margaret Townsend, Bernie he kept on traveling.

t Roberts, Addie Mae and Jessie Belle .
the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Raulerson, Clarice Dowling, Mary Bourn Do you know, there's only one practical Touring, f. o. b. 'Toledo

1 Orders are coming in fast, so place yours Mr.\ and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams. joker mentioned in the Bible?
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." promptly to insure early delivery.J. Mrs. Margaret Townsend and baby, And who, pray tell, was he? Roadster 1473 Coupe 2193 Sedait 92395PAGE

Mary Naomi are guests of Mr. and Why it was Samson. His last joke

W. ANDREWS, JR. Mrs. J. N. Townsend this week. brought down the house.
Rev. G. W. S. Ware filled the pulpitof QUIGLEY OVERLAND CO.
Dealer STARKE
the Baptist church Sunday mornIng A stout heart tees only success STARKE. FLORIDA.

t and evening.Rev. ahead. Hop to it. -

I Blalock, of Micanopy\ preached -

at the Baptist church Wednesday It is the brief call that writes wel-
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