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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 27, 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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VOLUME FORTY-THREE STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY! JANUARC 27. 1122.! NUMBER: THIRTY-ONE

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SUCCESSFUL TRUCKING STARKE GUARDSMEN BEAT RIFLE WOODROW WILSON FOUNDATION MRS. T. I>. GUNTER BOUND AND BEATEN BY MASKED THE DRUM AND CORNET CORPS

I QUINTET I MEN ,
\ P. G. Cox Grows Cabbage and Beets A brief note in the Palm Beach Tuesday evening the Drum and Cornet -
Scale of Bradford Asked to Post on the morning of January 5 Gainesville Man Under Peace Bond
on Large I Starke, Jan. 19.-'ihe fast company Citizens County announced Corps of tho Georgia Industrial
G five of Starke defeated the strong Contribute to Worthy Cause I I the death of the beloved wife Victim of Brutal Treatment Home, Macon Ga., entertained the

D. G. Cox an enterprIsIng and Intel- I company F team of the Jacksonville of Dr. T. W. Gunter, and that with- Starke public at the Gaiety with a

ligent farmer, became acquaintedwith Rifles in a close and hard fought game -Starke, Fla., January 26, W22. | out warning even of disease. As. she Gainesville, Jan. 21.-J. T. Kossell, free concert. Drums!' and cornets are
E. M. of this of Bradford lay the next day in the lovely white a machinist about CO of the only instruments used but the
Thomas city, and I by the score of 15 to 10 on.the local To the Citizens County: I years age,
ti was by him induced to try the Starke court this afternoon. The game was To commemorate the distinguished coffin, covered and surrounded on all residing about four miles west of the training of the boys who compose the
section for truck. Mr. Cox came hero I close and interesting from start to public services Woodrow Wilson to sides with the beautiful floral gifts of city, was called to his front door at band has been so careful and they

and went into partnership with Mr. finish and furnished the many fans the United States and to humanityand friends her face as peaceful as if an early hour this morning, beat in are so well led, till the other Instruments -

Thomas in planting the latter's land I that gathered to witness tho game, to perpetuate, in n fitting manner asleep and n dainty rosebud spray on the head With pistol butts and dragged commonly used in brass, bands.
Thomasville and ;: her breast it seemed! that everythingI into. the yard where ho are not missed.
in suburb, in cabbage and I much excitement and was very thrill. his high ideals of citizenship I was securely -
k lefts. But Mr. Cox wanted still more ing. The Starke team was :fast and world peace a fund is being raised by I around was in harmony with her I i bound and a severe beating administered ..Wednesday morning a concert was

land and rented four acres from Rev. I presented a well-oiled machine the voluntary contributions to establish beauty-loving nature. him, according' to his own given in front of the Bradford County
L. W. Kickliter which were planted winners displaying a brand of team and endow a system of permanent : The services were in keeping with story. Bunk which was much enjoyed. One

to cabbage. From Mr. Thomas and work worthy of a big team. awards! to democracy and human free the surroundings, and after the last | A visit to tho county judge's' office.j i of the numbers was an echo symphony : -
others in the neighborhood he rented For the winners Captain Wall at i 1 sad look nil wended their way to the j I this afternoon disclosed the fact that' which was something new, and

, yet more land which was used for one of the forward positions was the dom.The fund will be known an the lovely Womlluwn cemetery* whore now J. T. Rossoll l. mechanic formerly very beautiful.
strawberries and cabbage.The star, gathering 13 of his team's 1C Woodrow Wilson Foundation, to be rests all that was mortal of our sweet employed by tho Gainesville; foundry Though the COnl''rtsliven by the

t cabbage, especially that on points and played a wonderful game administered by trustees composed of !sister.' and machine works was arrested yesterday ('orpliliru free, voluntary contributions

Tier. Kick liter's place, is the finest on the offense and also was a poweron eminent American citizens, who will i i Mrs. Gunter stood pre-eminently afternoon and placed under 11 ore solicited. The fact that the boys

ever seen in this section. The standis I the defense. Crosby, .on guard, grant awards to those who, from timeto I! above the average/ woman in ability $300 peace bond on a warrant taken return to Starke year after year,
even the plants luxurious and no also played well)) and it was due to his time, render meritorious service to | ulonjr muny lines Had she not given out by his... wife, Mrs. Lena C. Uossell. means that they are satisfied with the

sign of worms. The plantings arc of I'' brilliant guarding that the Jackson democracy, public welfare, liberal go freely of herself in the pl
different ages, so as not all be ready ville five were held to only ten points. thought, or peace through justice.It able duties of her home, she cold I that Russell I was again arrested for the benefit of the J Industrial

' i n for shipment at he same time. The The first half ended with the score is believed that this memorialwill easily have excelled. in nrt, music or I this morning on a charge of wife Home, and an institution that cnn

', beets are as vigorous as any we have standing at 10 to ,t in favor of the best express the respect and admiration literature and during her all too short desertion and still another much more! I foster such clean gentlemanly earnest

ever seen. Lettuce will be set out as Jacksonville team but the Company which the friends of Wood- i, life, as.,we see it, she never gave up serious charge and was in the county boy, deserves encouragement.

i a 41 soon as the plants are big enough. G five came back strong in tho second row Wilson have for his record and self-culutre along these lines. jail. I
Mr. Cox and Mr. Kickliter are now half and scored 11 points and held the ideals. $l IJ'*3 | A wide circle of chosen friends join While on the streets this afternoon PRISON INMATES GIVEN: TREAT

!v hating land prepared for Irish potatoes Company F team down without a If you admire Woodrow Wilson and with her dear ones in mourning our the Times-Union correspondent wan
which they will plant in part- scorciT believe in his ideals of human advancement I loss! and the unspoken prayer of each :I accosted by a stranger who inquiredhow Last! Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs.

t nership. As soon as the cabbage is For the losers! Rabinovitz was the and welfare to which ho will be that tho Hand that sustained! the man was getting along that Elmer Luzone, Mr. and !Mrs Doc. I

off Mr. Kickliter's: land, he and Mr. star garnering C of the 10 points his has devoted his life, you are requested and guided!! her will he their strength ': was whipped last night. The correspondent Harvey Messrs. Robert Demurest and

Cox will plant it to sweet corn. team was able to score. lIe played a to make a email contribution to this. 'I I, and support. I'I'I I commenced a little! investigation Boyd Holloway, and Miss Cora INe.

The weather of late has been Ideal great game at forward and also play- fund. Each contributor will be givena Mrs. Gunter formerly lived in this with the result that he,wall/-l'rnnt-' members and owners of stock companies

for cabbage and beets and the plants ed a good game on the defense. Katzat certificate showing that they are city and it was with deep regret that ed permission to nee Rossell at the wintering in Starke went to
have gotten such a start that they the other forward position and founders of this great movement. her many friends. and acquaintancesheard jail. When asked to tell what' happened the State Prison Kami and gave the

cannot be hurt by untoward weather. Dulmago and Lewis at center and There will be no solicitation-our on- ;, that she had suddenly been (1\11.1 tho prisoner said : play "Swuetest Girl III Dixie" for the
The Telegraph wishes Mr. Cox and guard also played well. Batholmessat ly appeal is to your own judgment. ed to the great beyond on the evertingof "I was Bleeping when someone came benefit of the inmates of the prison.

his associates! much success, and hope guard also played a good game. If you are with us, mail your check to January 4th.! Before her marriage | to my house. I went to the door and The event was one which will lager -
their example will be generally fol- The Jacksonville team was!' handi- one of the following: to Dr. Gunter she was Miss! Lula I ISaylus II saw about a dozen men standing about in the memories of {the inmate
i lowed. capped by the game being played on A. A. hutch, Hampton. I II of Lnwtey and both Dr. and !I with handkerchiefs! (led, over their faces. of the Farm for years to comc'. ThuthoughtfulnosN

Thomasville, suburb is now one big an outdoor court, as they had never J. W. Barber, Lawtey. '! Mrs. Gunter are well known in Bradford i I asked., 'what do you want?' and of those people! in carrying -
truck patch. Besides the plantings before played on an outdoor court.- I S. L. Peek Starke. || county. j I (hey replied 'Come out here.' I attain! i, a ray of sunshine to those whu

mentioned A. Bronke has fine cab- Times-Union. Ceo. C. White Starke. Besides her husband, Mrs. Gunter; asked, 'What do you want,' and they could not Hock it elsewhere, Is. worthy:

bSJl'e and strawberries and so has that Yours truly j left to mourn her loss a son and grabbed me. of emulation.
hard!" working and intelligent! farmer daughter her "We tunneled over the, house and l everything Hour highly this act appreciated f
Locals Lose Second Game to Jax GEO. C. WHITE, ; mother living in New I was
Fred Flume. L. C. Powell as usual Wednesday night the Company G Chairman for Bradford County. : York state; a brother Dr. 'C. F. was dark and all the strangers by Supt. Butch is expressed In the

has a model garden which not only five went to Jacksonville to play a Snyles, of Miami; and a married sister had guns. I was powerless before following letter written to Mr. and
supplies his own family with choice return: game. The game proved disastrous W R. CANOVA GIVEN PROMOj: j i living In New York who, is remembered them and their /guns, but fought Mrs. 1 Elmer l Lnzono the following dir, :

vegetables, but nearly all of the numerous to the locals, the score at the TION BY s. A. i,. RAILWAY !; here ns Miss\ Nellie Siiyles. 'I for n while and they beat mo over the Allow mo to extend to you and your

naval stores employes.REYNOLDSTHOMAS. close showing 50 to 31 in favor of the i head with their guns and threatened entire company my sincerest trunks,
------ Jacksonville Rifles team. Appointed General;; Agent With Head !j RESULT: OF SEAL SALE Ito j kill me. I was barehanded and thus voicing the sentiments of both
:' I quarters in Tallahassee i I j they /finally overcome me." the inmates and the management.

I ROBERT E. LEE'S BIRTHDAY OBSERVED I Bradford. county sold! Christmas !,j At this juncture the prisoner exhib- The sketch which you selected, for

Sunday morning, Jan 22, promptly W. K. Canovn of Lake City, traveling I Seals to the amount op: $'5381. In I lied several severe bruises on the top tho occasion,, was very appropriate and
at ten o'clOl'k.Ir.! Frank Reynolds, I freight agent; of the :SeaboardAir :; 1020! the amount sold was! P3.13.. but '| of the head, when he allowed ho was most beautifully rendered. I wish to

of Graham, and Miss Lomle Thomas I Line, has been promoted, effective that was before the division of struck with the butts of tho stranol'rs' he l most emphatic In ,complimenting
The U. C.
D. and the B. 11. S.
of the Ziff section were united in observed appropriately -. February 1. to the important position ford county. Drlld'i pistols. each and every member of your cast
Robert E. Lee'sbirthday "
marriage at the homo of the bride's I of general agent; with headquarters : Below is the amounts sold, "After being overcome, resumed for the wonderful! spirit In which they
parents!, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.! Thursday afternoon the 19th in Tallahassee.This I various!, chairmen throughout/ tho :' Rossell, "they tied nut' and dragged; volunteered their services
inst., at tho high school auditorium. ,
Rev. J. II. Kelly officiated. is a newly created position count': me into I ha yard where they tied'iiime Doc. Harvey and Mrs. IlIzone made
I The veterans of J. J. Dickison
The bridesmaid was Miss Avy Starling camp the purpose of which is to encourage Lnwtey :Miss Wilma Blunchard, mire rope around roe. I was! quite n hit with the' boys and they
attended the
exercises and
and !Mr. Edd Yarborough, of enjoyed and aid in the development! of the territory -, $1.75. asked u lot; of questions about being are looking forward/ to the day when
the splendid address "RobertE.
t Graham acted as best man. The wedding entitled I between Baldwin and River Hampton Mrs. W. E. Allgoud: $:1.10 arrested aid turning my family out. you may docldo to favor us uvnin
Lee Prof. B. B. who
by Lane
march was rendered by Miss Lu- ai-I Junction to promote the establish- Graham Mrs. C. B. Roberts, $2.112.1 j They wanted to kill me first and try Again thanking you anal hoping( : to
so presented to the school a handsome
bedia Pinholster, of Brooker. I ment of new industrial; and agricultural | Theressn, !Miss Rhoda Bennett $1.1|, me afterwards, but compromised by ho favored with n visit from you !I.
framed picture of the noted Southern
The bride was attired in a dress of enterprises and to work in har- Brooker Mrs. John Shrivor, beating me. My hands were tied bo- tho very near future, I beg, to rcnm'm
lender This picture was given by $10.00'1 "
navy blue satin with accessories to I' mony with the boards of trade and Brooklyn school Miss hind my back. Very sincerely yours,
the W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C.,
match. Both of the young people other organizations in bringing in new $1. I The man was as bloody us a freshly J. S. BLITCH,
and is a valuable addition to the
3 have a host of friends and relatives' school settlers and in encouraging; every Heilhronn school Mrs. Ella Minton killed beef from his hips to his I Superintendent.P. .

who wish them success and happiness.A Miss pictures.Olive Hay, historian pro tern phase of development, 20c.i I knees and the stripes hnd the appearance S.-Tell Doc. Harvey, pleas. ,
large crowd witnessed the ceremony Thelselection' of Mr. Canova for this :i Randolph school Mrs. Blanche Ed- I of about a two-inch strap having/ that he has Immortalized his gag, I
of the U. D. C., arranged the Interest- ,
coming from different parts of Important new position comes as u wards, 2!.f.I be< used. airOnly N..E..R..R..V..O..U..S1
and also am
ing program presided over "
the county. Mrs. W. M. !Moody, of the meeting. The exercises opened reward of merit and efficiency. Mr. I Bradford High ::;School Starke $22.- "After whipping me, continued a few visitors were presenton
LaCronse and D. R. Waldron and sis- Canova began his service: with the i| 18. Rossell, "one of the mob hold up a Ku this occasion and the large hull
with "Come Thou Almighty King
ter, Mrs. R. L. Geiger of Ocala. were sung by the school with Mrs. J. F. company in 1894 when it was knownas I[ Starke Mrs. E. M. Johns, 1173. Klux Klan mask and asked me if I was nearly filled with inmates. Especially : -

among the out-ofthe-county guests. Canova as pianist. Rev L. W. Kick- the Florida, Central and Peninsular. | Brooker, fine sale of $10 was duo had ever seen one of them before I did the colored men nrfii women -

After the ceremony, after receiving liter read a scripture lesson and pray- His first position with the company entirely to the self-sacrificing efforts/ said that I hail seen one in the motion enjoy the part played by Mrs. La-

congratulations they attended churchat ed, after which the first grade sang asa : was that of agent-operator at I of Mrs. John Shriver. The .Starke. pictures. 'Well; remarked the zone and Mr. Harvey, their applause
Little Rock after which they left Sanderson, he being a native of that school sold the largest amount, and man, 'if you are not gone before next being deafening and so prolonged that
motion "We in
song, grow up I' ?
for Graham where they will make Louise town.: Later he was promoted to the | will therefore get the Health Fairy Thursday morning there will tic two several times the players had to, wait )
to
strength serve. Hayes I '
their future home.BAPTIST William Brown and Florence Gill gave position of local freight agent at Lake i entertainment free. The school In the j(I hundred of them to neo y.*i. until they could be heard 1 before pro-
City from which position he was that sold the most "I told tho men that I was under
county
the joint recitation, "Hope On" followed pro- | stomps according I ceeding. The music furnished by Mr.
CIIURCII NOTES by fourteen pupils of the fourth moted to that of traveling freight to enrollment has not yet bond and that I couldn't betray the Odom was, thoroughly enjoyed ho beIng -
agent with headquarters in Lake City been ascertained but will he men that had befriended me. They
name excellent pianist.:
"I The school an
; Serve.
grade singing
The church helps a man from his then sang. "All Hail B. H. S." and a Now cornea this latest promotion, andit : announced later. That school will also. I I told mo they would look after that One could not help being impressedwith
moral ruts and starts him on the is well deserved, for Mr. Canova be entitled to the free entertainment but I told them I couldn't go. I was tho orderliness of the prisonersand
medley of World War songs, after
\ highway of right thinking and right which Prof. Lane made a fine address has been active and earnest in hit: I by the Health Fairy. also told that If I'evor reported anything tho system under. which Supt.
.. living. The longer travel in ruts work for the Scott chairman that I would be hanged but I
we about the life of Robert E. Lee, andspeaklnA' company, appreciationof Mrs. F. A. for Blitch conducts the Institution to the
the deeper they become, and the more especially of his love of duty which Is shown in selecting him for I Bradford county, extends thanks to am not afraid of that Give me one credit of his state. Commenting ne

difficult it is to get out of them. and brought the lesson down to every this: new work. the district chairmen and to all whoIn gun" and I will fight the whole doz- this one visitor remarked to the writer -

The churches of this community are day lives. Mr. Canova is a native Floridian any way assisted in tho sale of en. "I do not believe there Is anotherman
here to help you out of both social The last the laving been born in Sanderson, and Christmas: seals.DINNER Ronsell said that he did not know in the state the country forth
song on program was qr
\ and moral ruts. They provide Christian "Dixie" and the exercises closed with lie comes from an old and well known what time it wan when the men canto t matter who could have done the
fellowship and offer the only so- the Rebel Yell by the Confdeerate vet- and prominent family. His fatherwas ON THE GROUNDSTo to his house but that it was! about 3 I work that Supt. Butch has done and
lution for sin, the Gospel of Jesus Geo. P. Canova, who was prom o'clock in the morning when they left is doing day."
Christ. No man ever regretted the erans. inent in Florida politics in recon- have dinner on the ground (next and, he said before leaving they de- : every

'., time spent In church attendance.Let THE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENTLast struction days when strong men had Sunday, is the final dcclson of the' stroyed his rifle, taking part of it I II I l'UES YTJo..UAN: NOTESSunday
us help you out ,of your ruts. to be on guard. He represented his First Christian! church of Starke. away with them. The prisoner alleges

Perhaps you will help us out of ours. county in the legislature during those The minister, W. E. Dauichcrty a short stout man administeredthe
church Sunday. week the weather was warm, valiant the that he whipping, and says he thinks he school, 10 a. m., Elder J.
Come to 'and the latter half almost like trying days and was a fighterfor announced from pulpit
Services are held in .the morning during democracy. life grandfather was was expecting the' convention to be a knows several that were present. M. Truby, superintendent.
from 11 to 12, when the pastor will summer. This ripened the strawberries made.- Paul B. Canova, who ran the first sort of ,rious carnival. All are Rossell says that ha doesn't think Morning preaching service at 11.
peak on "The Ministry of Little I and many shipments were steamboat on the St. Johns river. He cordially Ited, to every session. he will employ counsel to defend him Subject, "( od's Requirement of Man
Things." In the evening the service Saturday afternoon seven refrigerators Is also a nephew of the late FrancisJ. Come. but will handle his own case when it in This New Era.: Do the changing

begins at 7:30.: The Woman's Club of were sent to Chicago and many Pons, Sr., who was state treasurer goes to court and prove by the evi- times mean any change in our duty to
crates were shipped by open express. dence of the witnesses against him God or our fellow men ? Let us sr.
Starke has been invited to attend this during the Bloxham administration. G. M. Inman, local repveaentative "
service, and Dr. Bullen will speak on The price during the first part of last Mr. Canova will fit up a suite of of the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, is and two unconcerned doctors that hIs Evening worship at 7 o'clock. Sub-
"The New Woman of Old." Men are week was around $10 per bushel crate; offices in the Perkins building in Tal- having his cottage next door to the Innocent of all charges against him ject, "The World's Hope for Peace"False

H expected to attend, but the sermon later it dropped to $8. lahassee and will assume his new duties home of H, L. Brownlee thoroughly made. hopes and the one true hop
will be a special one for the women of The chilly gloomy, sunless weather in February. II, Is enthusiasticin remodeled and will shortly occupy: it Everything was done thin afternoon I will be considered. *
the entire community. It may be desirable this week has not been propitiousfor discussing plans to make hlmseltueful as a home. to persuade someone that was present I Christian Endeavor at 6:45.: : Miss
quick ripening of berries and very to tell the story from the side of the' Louise Fernandez president. Sub
for the men to hear the ser- to the residents of the terri
mon as well as the women. Bible few have been shipped.J. tory he will represent and he Invites source and attractions and there is men that called but no one, even under ject, "What the World Owes to For

)) safe to t'o in the state better equippedto the most solemn vows of secrecy, eign Missions."
types of character are usually II. Moore of Lawtey in All call on him in his Tallahassee no man
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follow, so we shall seek inspirationand Starke Saturday on buslnells.I offices and help in the work by discuss- present the merits of the territory would acknowledge they were pros Prayer meeting at 7:30: Wednesday froi-
direction from one of the noblestof I ing plans for building up the terri- than is W. R. Canova, a man of genal ent. Lcb. 1st. Topic Lessons
the Old Testament women. I day evening, when officers for the year tory. ( personality, efficient and energetic the life of Jesus. An informal serviceof
'Bible school at 9:45 a. m. and B. will be elected. All members will This new work to be put on by the and -one who has a wide circle of Mrs. Nettle L. Sears, a nurse from song, prayer and Bible study.

Y. P. U" at 6:30.: I meet on this occasion and share in the Seaboard Air Line will be very beneficial friends who will delight to be helpfulto Wayne, Neb., is here spending the
The first annual business meetingof I I social gathering at the close of the to middle Florida by introducing him in making good in his newposition. winter with her niece, Mrs. Frank O. The fool and his money soon part.

the church will be held on Wednes- I business ..eetlnir, to capitalist its wonderful re- .-Times-olon. Peterson The wise man gets It.iBr .

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\ I, PRODUCING AND MARKETING; INCOME TJXCTS MORAL DESPOTISMThe i -- 1; and the tragedy of it Is not only t! .

f jvto FLORIDA PORK \ Its moral purpose is forgotten !I. .
d In making out hilt income tax r- I chief problems of the world are that the men who fought it anf

Prominent above all other subjects turn for 1321, the average taxpayer ;moral problems. Economic; industrial eleven i gotten.
discussed at the annual meeting of the will find a considerable saving in Cb. i- I land commercial problems are all !secjondary. d 41 one
I "The world in transition in a win, .
Florida Swine Growers' Association parison with the amount of tax paid If the moral problem is s->" I
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Jed cigarettes i I lof chaos. Of all the evils seif-d
{ in Ocala Marion county on Wednesday on the same income for 1320. I the millennium will dawn. Who
is the greatest. It should
The exemptions provided by the I people stop lying, and cheating and O ] termination
rr J and Thursday of last week was I ',. ] called self-extermination.,,
been
the twin topic of producing and mar- revenue act of 1921 are $1,000 for single killing much of the world's work wliI ;: : 10 I have

i keting. :Mr. Charles F. Leach owner persons (the term including widows I be done. The population can then .fj.50 -i '\' i i I All the trouble in Europe of the Is due o.
I failure
/ of Cherokee Farms, near Monticello widowers!, divorcees and persons i I turn their thoughts: to other matters. 1 "1.. I lone thing- treaty .r<

I Jefferson county, at the Wednesdays separated from husband and wife by i lIt is the part of wisdom, then, to plu'I '>' 1"i k'L_ .. 1! I Versailles. It It was made political by politic'ill"and and nut
: economic. was "
i night' session, gave a very practicaltalk mutual agreement), $2,500 for married I principal emphasis upon moral I issuer -
on "Selling the Consumer Di- persons whose net income was I.I We must be good.Ve must try t 'V f JI not by statesmen.

rect." Of course, the person who assigned $7,000::; or less and $2,000 for married make others good. That is the heat I I'oM "Half a dozen business men, pUked -

't" tho subject did not mean that )persons whose net Income was $5,000or I j and biggest task in the world behav It I at random from your own city,

the the commodity to more. Under the revenue act of ing. People ought to behave for two could have done better than the international -
consumer was ( '( I I
be sold, but that the selling of pork i 1918 the personal exemption alloweda reasons-because it looks well-thi- ( i .f' I IThrre I statesmen picked from ui'

,. by the producer was to be discussed. married person was $2,000, regardless world's burdens would be halved if 'i f' I IYi the nations of the world, who mode
of the of net income. The behaved themselves-and because !. of Paris
This Mr. Leach did, practically, because amount (I people fo-fl 1 { the peace
he told what he has been doingto personal exemption allowed a married it is right. The first reason inexpediency Friendlyjx t. "The men fighting ''Germany tit:

create and establish his own mar- I I person applies also to the head of a ,I the second Is principle. Gentlemen / T"4" hardest today are those who never got

ket for the pork products he produces I family man or woman who supports i People should be taught to be good. //.1 4 farther cast than Sandy Hook. There

on Cherokee Farms. I In one household one or more relatives ,They should be coaxed. They shouldbe can be no prosperity in Europe without -
by blood marriage or adoption. constrained. They should be pleaded Suit YourTaste
Mr. Leach gave a business demon I Made to prosperity in Germany. And

stration of the truth of statements The exemptions for dependents-a I I with. But they should not be com- there can be no prosperity in thi,..

made by the Times-Union recently )I I person who receives his chief support pelled to do right. That is impossible. We 'eve for years catered to tile cigarette country without prosperity in Es "

when it was urged that; first it was 'from the taxpayer and who ia under You may as well ask congressto smokers of America. i rope." "

necessary to produce something of |, 18 years of age or incapable of self- enact legislation that shall make With this experience, we crated: One tlevea :!

such superior quality and excellence support because mentally or physically ,water run up hill as to think that peo- "III"-"Made to Suit Your T"le."cf the DIRECTORY

that the people would want to buy dt'tective-Is increased from $200to pie can be compelled to be good. Such :i !', three greatest cigarette lo ccoTURKISH LODGE t

such product and then let them know $400. compulsion Is moral despotism. It for Aroma I F.-& A. M. II
I :
about advertise the This< The act requires that a return be enslaves both the sinner and the reoI,
o product. -VIRGINIA, for Mildness Bradford Lodge No. 35: F. & A. %.I.,
f i is just what Mr. Leach has been doing filed by single whosenet former. --'
every person t-BURLEY, (or Mellowness meets every 2nd and 4th Monday :;
"l arid successfully. By careful man income for 1921 was $1,000 or People can be made not to\_\do wrung J brothers J.
: { JJ ufacturing: and judicious advertislmr more, every married person whose netincome i That is another thing. But he who W. named them On Eleven-tie address of our nights at 8 o'clock. Visiting ,1
( Members to be :
,.' We of their tucceit. welcome. expected
ofBc proud
hose are
: he has been able to sell all the pork was $2,000 or more, and by does not do wrong may not be doing'

..... bacon ham shoulders and 'enon-llingle married- Anything righteous and noble. The' present.
y, annexe, every or Have You Tried Them 115ffol10 L. G. POWELL, W. M.
: by-products he has been able to pro. whose gross income was $5,000 or slave of moral despotism is to be pit- i E. W. HAYES, Sec'y.
duce and at prices practically double! more. led. lie who enslaves him Is to be

those for which the same items of The requirement to file a return of I censured. And the condition that I

food can be purchased locally. In fact gross Income of $SOOO or more regardless permits such a thing should be re I. U. O. F.

'! he has more orders than he can fill. / of net Income is a new pro- moved. I May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O.i'.,

f' They come from all over the United vision. Net income is gross income, I Once in New England the municipaloffice meets every Tuesday night at 7:8: .

t States, including Florida. What is less certain specified deductions for holder was required to be a l' All members should be present visiting

1 more, those who once become customers business expenses losses, bad debts member of the church. The churcheswere brothers welcome.E. .

'I I '1 continue to ask for and get, when etc., which are fully explained on the Riled in those days, but the jail j @ za..'!. ? W. HAYES, N. G.

1'i they can, Cherokee Farm pork prod- forms. also did a flourishing business. And I I 111 1 PIFTHnAVE. W. L. WALL, Sec'y.

s,j ,i I. :, ucts. Returns must be filed by married the moral life of towns and cities i,, .

The possibility and pralctibility of couples whose combined net incomefor was not toned up. Once people were I W. O. W. 's2

marketing of Florida pork has been 1121, including that of dependent jailed for debt. That didn't make them i and All Friends Camp No. 138, W. o.
cia I and political tnixperience
4 'I proved by the above-related and similar minor children, equaled or exceeded more frugal and honest and thrifty. \ backbone of the nation. Though some of the progress W., meets every Friday night at *
$2,000 if the combined People ought to to cliurch. Everybody ages. o'clock at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting
incidents. If 'Mr. Leach can do or gross income : go j times misled they always perceive Cut the thing to do, as the Con

t it successfully, and he has, then other equaled or exceeded $5,000. ought, just as much as every. their errors and forsake the demagogswho Exchange Bank well lays, is to "scrapthe Sovereigns and members requested t.

'i Florida swine growers can do it. The period for filing returns Is from body ought; to eat. And so flrmly convinced I misled them. Only the vicious and this can be done be t present. '<.

i v If they can not do it individually they January 1 to March 15, 1922. Heavy are some zealous reformers ', among the poor as in all other classesof only scrappers by co-operating in the promotion D. L. RIGBY, C. C.

p can do it collectively, here a group penalties are provided for failure or that they are urging legislation that I people become and remain scrap of whatever tends to restore normal J. W. MORGAN, Clerk.

qtr ') and there a until thousands and "willful refusal" to file a return on will compel people to attend church.In .
group
) conditions and in opposing whateverwill "
$ million of pounds of Florida raised time. what frame of mind will a man be I pers.Today the scrappers who mo t obstruct continue abnormal conditions. 666 is a prescription for Cow :.
;' r Form 1040a for Incomes of $5,000 when he attends church merely be- Fever and LaGrippe. It's the
pork are being sold annually to satisfied return to normalcy are the profiteers Drawing from the experiences of the
customers.' First comes produc- and less and 1040 for Incomes In excess cause the law gives him his choice I the leaders of organized labor, past and proceeding in accordancewith most speedy remedy we know-

tion quality and of product of $5,000 may be obtained from between church and jail Many would Adv.
preparation I the conspirators promoting class in law and principle, the forces of :
the offices of collectors of internal rev much prefer the latter. Moral despotism -
.
g and then everlasting advertising.That terests the apostles of unrest and dis : progress must force advancement in
enue and branch offices. The tax is obnoxious. More than that Ur+vs's'rasteMaa CMII YI+aw
and not a mere slogan, like "Rat may content the demagogic proclaimers of readjustment wherever .
Florida pork" will sell Florida swine be paid In full at the time of filing it is wrong. It is the foe of democracy. personal liberty, and the self-seeking i they are com- reMorea vitality ana energy by parifytac and .
pelted( so to do. There is nothing to
the return or in four equal installments It is an obstacle in the way ofliberty's | rkhingthe blood. You can aoou fin fta 9rren4ulan.
at a profit and millions of dollars
I nave
champions of the rights of the peo- i the gained by compromise and every- .. lavliloratlnil: EITmt. Price trigtau'
that now are going out of Florida annually due on or before March 15, march. I ple. These are fighting for continued thing by a fight to the finish, because

I to enrich swine growers in other I June 15, September 15, and December Only one person can make a man be high prices, for wages that have norellttl..n right always conquers. And this
states. 15th. /good and do good. And that is the
to value of service for advan- fight begins in the individual citizen,
I
himself. Within
man individual's -
tt The discussions on this subject of every tages which levy tribute on all who for if his mental attitude is right/ he
heart the elements that make
producing and marketing Florida pork WATEHMILL for self-control are and i'! do not enjoy them, for liberty that will tight right.: When enough! people I, t. u 1 1l
;t the interested attention of self-development. i does not and for
engaged recognize authority, think right/ and act accordingly, the I
those present at the swine growers' Watermill, Jan. 27.-Mrs. Bertie The only compulsion that can drive a preferment which promises no returnto victory is won "Mental attitude it II I
to be the best that in him lies
\k Wondlawn man on : (
i meeting and although Temporary Rosier spent last week those who give it. All these combine certain to find its reflex in the phy'
Is the which he himself'creates.
1 t Chairman Gist peremptorily passed here visiting her parents, Mr. and compulsion so to stifle business, depress in- cal and financial conditions of the !'JII- -
1 The moral
+ to other and less important matters Mrs. O. W. Thomas. only victories duKtrv, misdirect legislation and befuddle tion." ,

s 1 r r on this program the far-seeing and Mr. and Mrs. B. Sap and child of worth while are those which a man I politics that concerted move- So, from now on let's scrap the I Kil 15
achieves when he has the chance to 11
practical Herlong managed to get In Brooker, passed through here Sundayen ment toward readjustment in obstructed scrappers and hasten the day when I Pain

... the needed effort for constructive results route to New River.A. go wrong. The only liberty worth dela.ed and, at points threatened with honest values -re-established, ev- .
and secured the appointment of L. Green and daughter Pearl, mentioning is the liberty that permitsa I with actual dangers. The prospect I e
? ery man, woman and child l will share Instant Relief from Scald,
to do he
anything wishes to
p a committee to devise plans for theMs O. W. Thomas and daughter, Alva andJ. man would be gloomy indeed, did not the in returned national prosperity. Lotus : Burns Cuts Wound, eta
and he exercises that without ,
:
_' practical marketing of Florida pork. A. II. Markee attended church at: liberty experiences of the pust show that in and I do
toward
our part
you se-
,.
abuse. The only goodness worth not. I Contain Ato Alet>/et Aeideo..P.P 4L
t / All the dlarusslon In the world will Rock Sunday. the end the scrappers fail of their purpose. curing the greatest good to the greatest t/ifor DOES NOT SMARTt
ing and remembering is that :
goodness
6 r not sell a pound of pork profitably; Kllery Thomas and Royce Gainey !! number which, after all, Is the SOOTHES i
which IT
4 practical method and efforts will. of Brooker, were called to this section a man does through His own The fact is, there nave always been first and last duty of American citi- :
volition. Nathan Howard Gist ti
This Mr. Herlong realizes and readily Thursday afternoon. scrappers in this country. The patriots zl'nship.-Ex. Painful injuries often result from
) kept j
secured the vote of the members of I II Misses Alva Thomas, who has finished of Revolutionary days had their i, always accidents.at hand Mustang is cheapest Liniment and best

I the association in favor of his motion. a successful term of school at SCRAP THE SCRAPPERSIn Tories. The defenders of the Union NO LEAGUE OR TREATY* CAN insurance. Made of purest oils itand

l 'r, The Ocala meeting unanimously : Heilbronn, returned home last week. had not only to fight for its preserva PUT AN END TO WARFARE I, penetrates affected soothing .
:
p Agreed that Florida has proved Its Eustis Kelly, of New River passed the last analysis the one reason tion but prevent repudiation of the I I healing the : parts.

swine and pork production ability and through here Sunday morning. why this country Is not making greater Civil War debt. Liberation of the Coumbus; Ohio Jan. 23.-"No I OCtVS C Rev Vs. "A.IhaveuaedyourMemcimMustanu S.Single',,". ranvilta! ,

I as unanimously agreed with'Mr.' Hers Evan Hodges was In Brooker Sat- progress toward normalcy is be- Spanish colonies Is constantly being league of nations or any other treatyever I ; Liniment forge yeah :

..s long and Mr. Leach, aa well as others, urday morning. I cause too many people are obstructing hound'I by advocates of their inde made will end war," declared I. :, cut and,find a burn it the, a bruise-in r.rYbatrna..lyincureofa fact a'00/* ; ; ,

hi that now it Is time to give more prac- Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Riley and son, efforts to re-establish normal condi pendenc'e. The soldiers fighting for Murcosson! war corespondent and In ailment imlng that I think I can it'be quit cured important by"i{to rub: *

fi ;-. tical attention to the marketing fea Bill, of Lake Wales, arrived here Sat i tions. The words "too many" are used I humanity in the World War left at widely known writer addressing a local well into the pore and"repeat the operatic

, ture. It ia being realized by the prday. Mr4 Riley Is a former citizenof advisedly, because even a few can home ,lillions of fellow citizens who ) audience. at frequent intervals.

J''I I 'y; :". Florida swine growers as well as by this county and has friends are obstruct indeed prevent what many I"would.) >If they could, have given aid "There will be war on earth as longas FREE _WITH? fMt 2S brunt TRIAL"rat-.BOTTUI"LT'ijC2Sc

the producers! of other food commodities glad to flee him. more people undertake. Tearing downIs And comfort to the enemy. Specie there are human beings: here although TonnLE TOP., for ui.nnn Trill : ':.nIHo=-h ::
that marketIng Mrs. Crawford, of .Alachuo; was a much easier than building Between I .t'-- confronted pt.np.orwn and.....T..th.Tnpn..I
ac.norLlnlm.
: marketing; proper up. paym1 were by green- everyone who witnessed the Jr...Lyon Mfe. U+...1 as.....11&..bairn.ft. 7.
Is of utmost importance. Pro- visitor to our section Friday. obstructing progress and tear I I backi' ', the gold standard by free last war Is convinced that it Is only SOc $1.00

) duction without good business mer- Mr. and Mrs. W.V.. Brown and ing down what has been accomplished i silver linage, the protective tariff by legalized murder," Mr. Marcosson .

,t keting spells poverty. Careful production daughter, Willie Mae, were transact there is little or no difference in free 1 t .iE' and prohibition by license. continued. Sold by Drug and General Store."ma

9s and skillful marketing makes ing business In New River Saturday effect. It's scrapping just the same. Ther.'S' been one fight after another "The next war will be one of chem- Good OU Slaadtf Since J843'

1. for prosperity In the Florida swine Industry afternoon. All the scrappers In this country I er, right against the wrong, but istry and aviation. The United States MEXICANMUSTANG

oil as well as in every other in Russell Reddish, of Heilbronn and are not socialists and. communists. ,, the t.. '''It invariably overcoming the needs a chemical warfare service.

I which success is desired.-Times-Un- Reddish Andreu of New River, were There's enough of these the Lord wrote, "oith its scrappers put to flight. "The principal business in Europeis

ion. guests of friends here Sunday. I knows. They are busy in season and The going to be return to normal.cy hate. All the high purposes of the

Tom Murkey was here one day last out, their propaganda going into the '' scrapper notwithstanding, war are forgotten\ and the reward of

The fellow who lives up to his reputation week. remotest rural nettlements. They '1 bee normalcy accords with eco- the four years of war Is disillusion. LimMENT

'I ov often flnde- It difficult to live Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thomas and would scrap the constitution the gov- ; 'noml' .vr the sound principles of so- Every nation hates every other. It

it down. children were visiting relatives in the ernment, every American institution, I' .

county seat Saturday. regarded incompatible with their theories I '- -
The maid is not the only one who Misses Pearl and Ruby Greene and ; In fact, the whole social politi-

changes her name when she marries. Mvasra. Tom Markey and Evan Hodge cal, business and industrial fabric.

The bachelor becomes a benedict. were visitors to the New River section They would completely tear down in Come to Central Florida's Busiest Store

Sunday. order to build up In accordance with
The de mi wet s are too modest both Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Prescott and Ideals which every attempt to realize
If local
r ways. They only want half a snort. children of Starke has your merctiantfdoo not carry your wantacam.her.. Many woven in your community ahephere.
and Mrs. Aster ended in failure, as it now has In' Our aim is to at all time render
good service maintain a high quality of good and ..II.t tmall.st
Brown spent the week-end with Mr. Russia. Yet undaunted by failure, '
ricc.
poiaiblc. Ou Locks
trelequal size of
... ... ... . .. .. .. and Mrs. Jack Good1W. \' they still persist, alleging justification ; any ate in the state with the exception of on. city. ,

,120.tax now R. Hodge attended Sunday school for persistency in unfavorable condi- .,
at Dedan Sunday. tions attaching to failure.
.
Laura Carter was the guest of her But scrappers of this sort would see

JLUDENSmenthol cousin" Creasy, Sunday. no opportunity if there were not C u 1alider I

Misses Alma and Merrill Thomas scrappers of other kinds for the'most 71iV. -

: spent Friday night at Brooker visiting part people who hold society responsible dice

Mrs. Tieroy Roberts. for what they are themselves to
t cough dropsJPrice Alene Thomas. attended the picture blame. They are people who "never CiA IN I!SVILLI!,prLORIDA

r show at Brooker Friday night. had a chance' though continually confronted -


I I: t Fast walking la a popular exercise!, square by deal opportunity though the who last demanda to giveit All Postage Charges Paid By Us On mail OrdersAn

: J especially when the sheriff Is close be- to others who preach civic righteousness .
(E: straight hind. t
though by their acts they exclusive Mail Order
Department in
charge of
experienced shopperLet -
proclaim themselves an
GIVC QUICK RELIEF hypocrites of the
,t'{ '- y.u. r..s.p3t No matter how wicked we may be, first water. They are not necessarily her shop for you-Just write
, : \ : 33Y s.utIN-- wo never fail to remember the Sab the people of the
I t poor country, for
.
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JANUARY 27. 1922. .r ICI i .I i i '''\'I. ,"I II I 1'Al.K TllUfcir LIiii"dSJCir1CIWlittl@@t18
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101! .ic wa ttt work with n s > ,r ,, plenty) of my own next your. women arc not all wi.". >' ic, \\ i > i ..ill are the bootleggers them-
: News of Florida In Short Paragraphs I "I'1I\en. Coroner Jones su.,)."< > "'<1 Why you will bo able to tend 100 be no foolish ones to laugh, .1 I <>s. They can't alTord to advertiser

.; .. i. ,. n / : /N.._ .. i .. jury.to conduct mi investigation. Tt acres this season/ easy. You should -- -- -- .. <. ciillinir.

j/' I, ic.clopjd! that Jones sawed dour i a I..:.10 in most onouuh; to pay for the Even the blackout: cloud tine i __-'h ._
[I Live State 1.Y NewMmwffiivM I u which lodged and in on elf irt to machine this year with your two (rood crystal lining.! Soon now wo will ln

'od' o it sawed down another sad horses! and, do your own work, too paying it to the I lea man Instead. '> f11'e I 1 I, ..,11'
." ... .. ..... .. ''I mgt'
I FllM
Miunurti i'''' n1YNYXt4RV1:4Y11fi .t .>i at as it started falling, Jones inrn- Well, Is mlKht.DKA1II I -- mil, t 'an en1886 '
.' :; _J his buck to get out of tho .. .amltlaumie. m'105Wr!
:? : Told by Our Exchanges. way ----- --- ---- : Even thcs flattest of jokes can raise ,.
i.N in- .t struck him in tho buck+ t OF :MRS II. :S:I. IMNKS'IONTho a laugh from the fellows who tell'' -

''.v.*' mllllllImmmmmnllnllHUllHrnMfltfele'"II'I.rnmliU/1tmCW'fl"r- -.-, ....-----..,,-''.'.'.''..U..- .. .. id, throwing him against a cypresse ..- them. i!

J/p1 9. :Seven automobile accidents occur it was impossible .." > stop t.to rasa i i-e w'th such force that it was dr>v- many friends and relatives\ of ___ ___, __ _____ I

,.,'it, zedIn Miami Sunday. As a result f the acid.Rumors '(irely through hid head death Mrs II. S. I'inkston were shocked to The person who !keeps his mind on

t:ne man ia dead and seven automobiles silting instantly. learn of her death! which occurred the future !seldom grieves over thopnst. ,

i !!! badly damaged. of tlia nexuiic: jf yu v Monday) night, Jan. UUh, at 7 o'clock. .
iJI !.. 'i' _. fever in Went .. Deputy Sheriff O. T. Smith was --- l4\\/15 I
'.' 'al. \ ily t..t iJ .j.hji Aunt Avis hud been in poor health for ---- t
;;v'James Jones a plasterer was run ".,ties in Florida :rcjlu-.e l in various I shot\ and 1 killed at Sumica about 20 the lust ,'\-ar. Sho was confined to : It U no longer fashionable to marry

; aver by an automobile in Highland parts of the c.m r i and which rt>- miles cast of Luke Wales by a negro her lied 1 three weeks before she was, in haste! and repent at leisure. They
: park: Sunday and hurried to tho hon- ulted in a telegraphic: Inqiiry to this named Godbolt. The negro had an taken 'homo where no, grief or pain hunt up the judge 'toot sweet"

jpital where he died. It is Bind\ thai ity from Cncu.o aevcrul days a'o,, altercation with Mr. lIurt..oin! ran enter in. All was done for her -,- : '. 'I( RANCE
( the accident was unavoidable. declared charge of tho commissary of the Lake. I
'
ira w iiuut tuiidttion byJr. : that medical aid and loving hands It ia fortunate for bold: ,,,1" i, the
,,, --L / Turck, slalo health officer/ in response Wales/ Naval Stores Company, over could l do. I wino king, that he lived In an early

The celery crop throughout Manatee to a i roqu's.. from the !local an amount of $1.80, which tho man In September, IlI!))20, she moved! from cunturr. The average street urch.n

.,.\,1.',,? section is in very fine condition, .,nnber of mnurce for an expression rluimed lu had paid lIe shot twice! Winter Garden to Union county with of today would make him feel like R -i 1 'NRKL
"t !rand there to be decided ab- the at Itnrtsog as he was lellvintho I
>,.' seems u on it-port. her parent. In December 1020, she plugged nickel.
'A''oitenre of disease and insects on theI'a store after: the commissary manager I
I r was married to H. S. Pinkston nndvns
( plants. This section has not hid a Tho little com luiuty of C .mayoral hud ordered him out of tho place. a kind and loving wife. She was I -..- -.- -- .- ... ...

I ti': better stund for several years. wns !shocked Friday when Thos. J. Srpith went out to arrest, the man. l. \od by nil who knew her. At the t '''raw..1.waew.ere.aw.aw.rv.awt.ew..e..e.a.a -

ti' .", I I ______ Thompson postmaster, was found trove o, Going to a house where ho thought time of her death she was 1&4 yeftrn, : ,.,:: ---T'- --- --.i- .. ,,:. ,.-rit7Wrs' 'i

.':V Noah Albntton a farmer of near committed, suicide that morning Godbolt was hiding, he left a man to II nd nine months old.
I |Ft. Green Springs last week: took a watch tho windows The covered
at 6 o'clock by cutting his own throat negro 'i She lom-s to mourn her departureher I
t II!;: dose of arsenate of lead. lie swallowed ) and bleeding to death before help ar this man, who dropped his pistol husband father, mother, three j Mpn 14 t ,.
: it some time in the forenoon while rived. Mr) Thompson was known to and run, as the negro' ordered. As ,'. a
brothers undo two xistors besides M
a "I. r
' i fat work in the field. Ho told no one be very despondent for Borne time ov- Smith; came! out of thu house Gotlbol host of friend and relatives.A .l, y. I
[about it until! lute. in the afternoon. shot him !
er the condition of his wife who was using a shotgun.A large' number of friends and relatives wsl'a'
[He died the next morning. ill, and brooding over their trouble i:< attended the. funeral nt Ft. Call I II THE
; CAW ,
UN9VTOCAL.
supposed! l to have been the cause of mob of approximate 1,000 persons I II cemetery Wednesday morning!,\; to pay I, j
,' Up to the present time seven ty-ona his net.Sherifi'. overpowered officials at !Mayo their last respects to the deceased.Kov. .

fears of berries have gone from j'lantCity i i Wednesday, took a negro who !kill.' to the markets of the United Ilagan and deputies went to I W. B. Taylor Saturday' night and service. j i : y '' i'u' I

[States and Cumuli The movement in Uoslwick and made a raid on places lyre led him on the outskirts of the I I

.tiunrts up until' today 'vas 2 2.211. where illicit liquor was supposed to town. The negro's summary fate canto :\11I.Um
bringing an incovm,- tc the farmer ofrryo"imltely the third of II' I I
be stored. As a result of the raid on day county-wide man .FI' { f

$R8Imt,7G. I I JhnV., Glisson a former member of hunt, pursued by officers in the day Miller clan. -Murray Thomas
I the Putnam board bank director ''and the citizenry in general night.
county 1'1111 in High I Springs:> on business Sat
St. Petersburg's 1022! city directoryfbeinfj Last search ended
i and prominent citizen and twn''I i night's was early urday. .
printed by the R. L.. Polk Com- this morning when a heavy ruin fore
!sons were arrested and brought to j i Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Douglas visit-
tih pony will contain more than 21,000 led the armed bands to return to their
the
city for trial. As evidence of the
i, ed the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
iII ; names, according to E. II. JJetU who I homos.! Taylor, the son ofI well-
rnid the officers! secured a copper !still, It. I.. Mr Lend d of Worthington Sun-
r, 'announced that his force of 10 men Hourly two gallons! of mash and about known naval, stores operator\ amid also bad completed tho work in St.. Peters- ten gallons of liquor. a rural mail! carrier was !shot and, killed i
Dr. J. M.[ of I/nko Hutll'r.wa
Mnnn ,
burg. | at midnight Saturday when he entered I

Theod.i Mills !9 I. and brother ((5, the negro's home to investigate $ a professional visitor here Siiturilay. I
Plans have been 'mnde by the Seaboard The neimknown )
were instantly killed and I Ida Rrin- a quarrel. usi i .
Air Line railway to handle the i Mr. and Mrs. Olson Thomas Visited -
the
!son, 19! was seriously injured when. "Shorty used! a shotgun, cartridge -
increasing business of 1022! with the I Seaboard train No. :H struck their Ford of which was so arranged that relatives' at 1 In inker Saturday and'

' :purchase of new equipment includ I I machine a few miles! north of Wild-! I the discharge entered Taylor's body ns ttundav. ,
ing engines, phosphate and ventilut- i wood. The train, southbound from one solid piece, rather than ns scattered : 1r. S. Miller wan a business! visitor
''i > ed cars. New equipment' purchased/ Jacksonville to Tampa was running' buckshot. Taylor had married: to (.1111<' !Butler recently. j jJlits I

includes 2.; engines, 200 phosphate on its regular schedule when tho engineer !only ret'ently.'F Ifnii, I'iollititf who him been j I

|j dumps and ,000 ventilated box cars, saw the machine appear from tcnclunit at Onnijroiljilo! I Is at home on I
account of sickness!
a cross roar]. He blew his whistle asa '
what RMER BRO'VNYon Mrs Cody ll.ukwlnlo\ of
The first chapter in is expected warning! !Mrs. Mills who was driving Thll1'1I'1-,1 j
to be a long battle for possession! Ion, ill visiting! her parents, \ .
the car, became hysterical, threwup
of the .1,000,000 estate left by Mrs, Mrs. Roland: l Thomas.! i
i Fully far ,
her hands and tho auto stalled on eq"np.d with a trie .f.rfsr
:Mary Brickell when she died Friday, see, gentlemen we have just Seeker Stakes madu biminosu. trip d mnu, tmhlm nor, xtr* rtmttrm and
the tracks in front of the
speeding nom.Ad mil mrvunJ i
line of saddles, anti
was recorded at !Miami when four received a fine new ti"> I.nkci Butler Wednesday" nfternoon.Pupt. .

children of Mrs. Brickel} filed in circuit engine.A harness Here is a fine saddle for O. L. MliM'Jle, of Lnke Butler,

court a protest against probation $25, slip harness $<1.50. $9.00 and $12. was here on business Moiuluy. I
of !Mrs. Brickcll's will.! I rush call to Sheriff Ramsey on buggy harness '$19.50>> and $2": ;).OO.() collars Inman Harrison of \Vorthil1 ton For Busy PeopleFIVE

i Thursday' afternoon announcing a leather, $a.1Oo to $Ii.00, bridles, pn!'sed. through here Saturday aftor-
r. deed/ 1 negro lyirpr beside the road in
>> Canvas collars
$1.50
The strike of ship workers in P'n-I $1.00 to $2.50. nuon cnroutc to I'rnvidenee.Roland .
tho Mill Hopper section, caused a dep-
Hundred and Five Dol-
nacola which( hUll been in force since to- / 1 Tli"mu<4 spout tho weekendwith Ninety
January 8th has been called off and uty to be !sent to the !scene of thesuppottrd Mr. Snyder, \please show these gentlemen his ,daughter Mrs.\ J. M. Molt, of dm you conceive of such a low
the offer ;
tragedy. However through the stock, ns I sec Lake Itutler. price for such class enclosed
the men have returned to work. The found that the, only I a high car?
was
negro I there! is some one who wants to see 11. G. Crawford inude n !bnsine"
new scale of wages! is fifty-five cents dead drunk and started. an Investigation I '
me. (hip' 10 ',Ilk"> iiulii'i, Mond.iv.: The Ford
and has
per hour for straight time eightytwo of where the shine came from. Coupe always been a pop-
hour for Howdy anything I can do for you John L. Ilannon, of ClaineHville, was
and one-half cents per The deputy) arrested )Hester Whitta- ular car for the man or woman keeping
? 'n'! this >'ou miinily r'lntuy.
today
overtime. ker who plead, guilty to making and appointments, whether social, business or
Well we thought we would look 1) I,. Tlyatt mudo business! tripto
selling shim, was assessed $ZOO and I professional because it is always ready
Fine appearing, dark red strnwber- around today, ns you have been doing Luke Butler gust week.
and months in
costs! two jail.
ries from Florida were in the market : I I for im so long and turn about is f'nilu: and Wilbur Brown were in for use and gets there on time with com-

Saturday at "i5 cents a quart box. The St. Augustine! is believed to possess I fair play. So we came in to settle our Luke Ilutler :Saturday; n in lit. fort and convenience to its occupants. It

sale was rather limited. Two bushels tho oldest post-office building in the i Il lust year's account. Clifton Unbelts.. of Worthington J is even more popular now at the new

of corn for a quart of strawber-I country Past-master! Hopkins) after I I I um sure glad to see you appreciate was in this community Saturday* price of $595.00.

ries seemed rather out of a research extending over a period of past :favors and I assure you I J. S. Brown mlllR\ business trip ,..

.I! two years has! received copies of official II shall appreciate money on accounts to Lake Butler recently. Order today for reasonably prompt de-

( ) records in the "Archives of the more at this time of the year. than I'reddie Oiteen of Lake Butler livery. Terms if desired.J. .
Indies" at Seville any other for this is tho settling up
Spain showing was in tills community Friday.
That bananas can and are being that the structure he now ocunics was time with all business men. While

grown profitably in Palm Bench county erected sometime between 1508 and I your uccounts are not large many of flic Quinine 4111 Ouu hut.Ifecl II' Mi.P W. Andrews Jr. Dealer
is evidenced by the results! obtained these small accounts !Boon run nto n ., ,
i 1603 by one Gonznlo Mendez. The tank mil IHI'I'VW: eaix<
: :1ti7rJMll; : nhrn io
L. ; ,,
Pahokee John In- : thank gentle 1'IY (1UINIMC r Tub tel) tan > STARKE, FLORIDA
this fall at by large amount. I you :
king of Spain purchased the buildingin by nnyonf dI1'w. ruiMinti u.'lu'rvotiHimtn rnrine
gram who has a crop of seven thousand 1H04 as a residence for the Spun- men. Now what can I do! for you today ia HID. ; CKOVfc) S i Isaac uu'fi ik:

( bunches of bananas almost ready l if for market. Several hundred bunches! Brinley steel beam sure at 02.,
ed as .such until Florida was transferred SOUR STOMACH: .
have been shipped into West Palm to the United I States in 1821. wood beam $7.00. L _- -- __ __ __ ..._ .___
have found ready sale at I should have .. ____
Beach and a You see, Mr. Jones, ; --- --

fruit stores. The I last legislature failed to vote n been in to settle up my bill before, INDIGESTION .

bonus to Florida doughboys but the but you sec we shipped! our turkeysfor '
Jewell Gertrude Gardner 6,. 6Vi
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gardnerof Ia I plan which will make the "buddies" '' till just II few days! ago, and
Tampa lies in the morgue of the 'I of this and other states feel somewhat when you sent me my statement I Thedforcl's CIick-Dnujht IHgbh HAROLD C. WALL

Reed undertaking establishment and at home-If they should happen to thought at once how you must! feel. I Recommended by Tenneiseo

R. M. Smoak 22, truck driver is held land in n Florida jail. The board has needed tho money for my turkeys and Grocer for Trouble Re STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
in the county jail without bond pending ordered that every county jail be !supplied you needed the money for your goodsI ,

an investigation into the death of with a "delouslng" outfit. Several '; bought/ of you. suiting from Torpid! LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILEE.

the young girl. According to the sher- of the jails of the state have already Say, mister, did you draw your turkeys Liver.
iff's office, the girl was run over by a been equipped the board an- at the'state fair?

truck driven by Smoak and was instantly nounced and officials believe that the Why no, sonny. I raised mine out -

killed, the wheels of the truck plan will go a long way toward pre on the farm. Why do you ask such n SUit NMhrllls, Ten a- The efflo A. MARTIN SEED CO.

I passing over her body. venting illness among prisoners stating II question? fancy of Thedford's Black-Draught, the .

that jails offer unsually prolific I Well you see, pa drew a turkey at genuine herb liver nvtdlclna. It OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE) IN FLORIDA
w The little 8-year old son of Mr. and breeding places for vermin-carried the fair and he laid it around! until Touched for by Mr. W. N. Famous, e JACKSONVILLE FLA.MARTIN'S .

Mrs. J. S. Luffman, who, while on a disease.It he !got sick and tired of it and, about grocer of this city. ..u.. without
visit to friends in Ocala swallowed polled his best auit of clothed, but Iun't doubt the beat liver medicine, aad I IIY TEST SEEDS Are knnwn for qnallty

muriatic acid and died after two days was a bad day recently for the ": find out what became of the tury 4ont bcliaT. I could get along without Bred Turn n.M, Peal I'.pp ... KKicpUnt: WaUrn.lun. CanUlourw, f'o"' ''''., TonrnUm.CueumlMir. .
A'. and nights of extreme agony. The several hundred, rats who have scampered ." tt. I tate It for lour stomach head Cowpea; to..". and K.M S...l Our caulouua and prie lUt olll iilvt fur.th .
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nwn
r Information. w. carry aJI varMim of Canton flilil and farm that hav
p acid was in a soda water bottle and unhampered about the old barn : :Maybe it got away. bad liver Indlgentlon, and aU tept.d.nd proven to b* ..|.."t... to rlorltla moll|| ami alimat. and our ,...n of vxpvrlfnc
the lad thinking it was Coca Cola on South Adams street Tallahassee, No, never. He never lets go of any. outer troubles that flee the result ol rnab> ua lo hanillx the r'lornl. .....
S drank the entire contents of the bot for the past several years immune thing, especially a turkey. a torpid liver. SPRING CATALOGUE

tIe. Doctors were called at once, but from the hostility of the feline tribe. Well ask him. "I hat known: and mid It for year* Hrtln Spring c.taruIlU. .U now r...ly Write for It. Bvvryono Intnrwitod In Florida
The city minnger ordered the building I dass '. When I say turkey he and can and do highly recommend II !spring and 8urnm crop abouM avail th..mH.tv. of Infurmatiun contained In our <...
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oripiiv eaUloffiw. Supplied rRKE on .1" t olh. who *-n To Stop a Cough Quick torn down. The building housed flies off. I don't lee why. to every one. I twon't to to bed with/ I.. Writ for It today. lure Informatloa and pricwi on all wwonabl a.Uji.
i+ take IlA YES' HEALING HONEYS a the rats and the rate spread bubonic Mr. Jones, do you carry riding cultivators rat It In the house. It will do all It)
cough medicine which tops the cough by plague It. illeged, ; now the building, ? claim to tll), I caa't tar enough fell Phone 4277 1320

healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.A the rats h'< d the chances of the plague Yes, air. Here's one of the beat It.-
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
Many other and women through
men
SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds aud : have rOM Tallahassee folks living on the market. Only $80. Now, that
creep la enclosed with every bottle of about tho !< ,rn engaged in a regularrat Is something that will save your legs pat the country bare found Black ..---
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve slaughter. Five hundred and sev and do much better work than any Draught jest as Mr Parsons deicrtbeir
should be rubbed on the chest: and throat enty-five were killed. kind of walking cultivator. It is aorreat '- JuabI In regulating the liver U big Reduction In Prices You will make a ttSt7er
of children: suffering from a Cold or Croup. I / do Its normal function, and In cleanstol If you order your
of
1'he "....11n4"W- Harm Hi.&Iln Honry Inside saver time as you can without getting our new price lists just issued. 1'lenty
Uta throat cnrohionu with the b..Unll.a..ct or I A. L. Jones negro, employed by the twice the work In the same time and the bowels of Impurities.
brave O-Pen-Trala Sets through the porn clUi of Materials prompt nhlpment. Order now. Fertilizers..nRecticdey > -
TTie ...11111000 itope a mjh. Wilson Cypress Lumber Company, at time is money. Let ua load l it In your
Both remedlM are ported In one carton awl thewt Deep Creek swamp, near Federal wagon. tine Ss the original end only] genuineAccept : Sprayers' Poultry Supplies.

of the ask combined your treatment druggist.U iSa for, fttjiut HAYES'HEALING i Point, was instantly killed Wednesday Well, I guess 111 wait a few days, no Imitation or subautut.eAlwara f;. I'AlNTElfFEltTlLIZEK CO.

, HONEY. afternoon by a falling cypress I want to Bee how much outside work ask for Tb8
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/ Bradford h I>;;work at his; home.B. : prosperity of Florida, and we, the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen per, Mr. Blulphurs, of .
N,' Couniy Telegraph(: WHY DOTHEY r L. Duke and Marcus Dskle] were numbers of J. J. Dickison I Camp No. I' Thursday. Mrs Mada Miller, of Pulatka \r.*
= .-...- -- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson had as a business visitor hero Saturday.
; -;--- -- ;-- shopping in Dukes Monday. 101";, extend to the bereaved family
! 1' Published weekly and entered I LIKE Mrs D. 1. Blume, R. P. Page/ R. E. cm sincere end! heartfelt sympathy: 'their guests Sunday, Mr. and !Mrs. J. i|
second class: matter at the post Parrish and B. F. Cainey were guestsof in heir vul hour of bereavement. We I IS. Fievatt, of Starke. :i Doctors and undertakers are adepts
office at Starke, Florida. I THIS MAN I Mr. rind Mrs. P. P. Deklo Monday.IN .' rt>Li \ fSL-:".: .t reilution, be furnished; the family, Gladys and Edna, returned to their i i you on your good health with a smiling
K. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner!: HONOR] OF VISITORS AND and a copy be furnished: the BradfordCounty homo at Leesburg Sunday after a countenance, while knowing at the
IT IS BECAUSE HE HAS TilE LIFE NEWCOMERS Telegraph for publication.The visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. time it is keeping them out of a fat
then broke in good T. M. Hagun. '
PROVIDENCE I AND ENERGY THAT RED Camp up fee.
About two hundred, people attended oriUT, subject to the call of ,V. T. A. M. Hale, of Oglo, 111., was a bus
Providence, Jan. 27.-Dr. Hunter I BLOOD GIVES thC Get Acquainted Social last Thurs "'c'l.ks, captain commander, and S. F. iness visitor here Saturday.R. .
and J. T. Lee, of Lulu, were looking day evening at the Baptist church, 40 I Mot'(run, adjutant. IOn i E. Lee, of Theresua, has been attending I Automobile Tires
after the applicants of the W. O. W. +r[ He has a good color. ire is strong of this number were visitors and newcomers in-Cation from V,'. T. Weeks to business here. I
and virile and looks it. He is good the honor of U. D. C. the veterans marched Arthur Pearce, of Lawtey, was in
who
camp Saturday afternoon!: numbering were guests Chapter/ I Fireotone, 30x3 $9.85.! Tubes $1.9030z312I1.65
humored Ha [ In short
about twenty men. !; laughs easily. the ('veninA/ spirit of good fellow- to the Juanita restaurant, where a our town !Monday. He was accompanied ,
he is "full of life," which is simply thcfii. Mrs by his uncle, M. W. Vann, who
affair and dinner awaited
Mrs. If. T. Horton was called to ship pervaded the entire splridid Tube., Gray, $2.35, Red $2.80
another of hI is full of
Lake Wales! last week to attend the way saying all spent an enjoyable< evening. J. R.: Wilson and Mrs L. A. Davis recently spent a few weeks in our Ward Tire, 6000 mile guarantee
red blood. If weak and I
funeral of) her brother. ;i you are run- I II' The receiving committee were the I were the hostesses and saw to It that town. j 30x3 1-3, $10.25
Drew Summers made a business ; down and nervous, don't sleep very presidents of the various church missionary the;r guests lacked for nothing and James Parker was a business visitor i i
trip to Lake City Monday.Mrs. I'well and have a poor appetite, go to societies, namely: Mrs. L. A. ens-.yed themselves. The warm thank to Campville Saturday. R. BURROWSStarke
Carrie II. Bair, field worker your druggist and buy a few bottlesGude's Davis, Methodist; Mrs. E. T. Campbell from the veterans "itlflcd to their Mrs. R. L. Crews and children have .
for the W. M. U., spent three days of Pepto-Mangan, and take it Presbyterian; Mrs. O. G. Cooper, appreciation of the ladies' courtesy. been the guests of Mrs. Crews' broth-I I Fla.
for few weeks at meal time. See
here this week. Her talks were enJoyed a !| Baptist; Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, Christian I
how it will build you up by giving you : POPE BENEDICT DEAD i' .
and proved helpful. While here ; Mrs.[ C. A. Futch, Episcopal
plenty of good blood. Don't
drag
she was the guest of Mrs. A. L Drlpgers :- Misses Iris Epperson and Ethel -
around half sick and half well. Get
I Rome Jan. 22.-Pope nedict's
and Mrs. Jesse Welling. Griffin played several charming pinno "FOOTFITTERS"
Dr. R. Y. Hunter, of Ft. Mead, Mangan. selections. A committee of ladies :, death occurred at C o'clock this morn-
and Homer McF.lroy, of Columbia from each church served hot chocolate ing.The
r county' were attending to businesa let form.-Adv. i coffee and sandwiches. i end had been expected for some ,
last Saturday. I I hours. Attending physicians, Cardi-
Misses Alberta and Lota Bielling, Lake Duller attended the cane grinding COMPLETES COTTAGE nal Gasparri and other members of
who ore attending Lake Butler school, and candy cooking at the home of the Pope's household, were present at
y spent the week-end with their par Mr. and Mrs. <3. W. Anderson Thursday E. D. Card has completed his houseon 'his bedside.
t night the east side of Alligator creek I' From midnight all hope had been
ents.Uncle Ed Black, colored, 93 years Earl Whittcn, Misses Helen Nau- and placed it in the hands of G. M. abandoned, and at two o'clock Dr.
old, and who has been missing since right and Perla Whitten were visitors Inmun to sell. Mr. Card has done all Battistini announced that the Pope
November 20th, was found, dead l in to Starke Saturday afternoon.Mrs. the carpenter work himself, with the could not live longer than four hoursat
r bed in his cabin.last Thursday. From Donah Browning/ and mother, aid of George Strickland as a helper. the maximum.
1' his decomposed body he evidently had Mrs. Conner, were visiting relativesnear The house has five rooms of good size
been dead a long time, and with his Olimtre several days last week. and very nicely arranged, and no HAMPTON
i 1 I bedding wrapped about him was taken Quite a few of our people attendedthe doubt but that Mr. In man will be able
by those discovering the body and picture show at the prison farm I to secure a purchaser for it at an Hampton, Jan. 27.-R. L. Prevatt,
buried.A. Saturday-night.A I early date. As soon as this is dis- of Jacksonville, is the guest of his
II. Williams left Sunday morn .T. Mizelle and daughters, Vio- I posed of Mr. Card intends to build mother, Mrs.\ Mary Prevatt and sister I
ing for Jacksonville to serve on the !le tand Bernice, of Lake Butler, were .more of about the same type and will !Mrs. J. F. Johnson, this week. j
petit Jury. I visitors here Sunday afternoon. place them on sale with Mr. Inman. Geo. F. Young, of Lawtey was a
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Markham, of Mm. Iris Andrews and daughter, of :Mr1. Card has given the road on the business visitor! here Tuesday.
I EDMONDS "FOOT FITTER" Harry No. :3 I is made
t Baker county, spent Sunday at the I Starke, were visiting relatives here east side of his farm the name of Card Prof. Duval was visiting in Jacksonville on an
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} home of Levy Fralick. Sunday afternoon. avenue, and his farm the name of Sunday. i I' English last. Just the shoe for men who want style, comfort
Will Smith, of Jacksonville, has Col. A. S. Crews and wife, of Starke Card's City Farm.A1IJ1HtEWS Miss Lizzie Rowe, of Jacksonville, I
t
bought the Addis Bielling farm and I were visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mrs. was a visitor at the home of Mrs. II. and service. A real fitter and a good looker. Solid leather all

with his wife and son, Manard, arrived I W. W. Farnell and little son, HAS CAR STOLEN G. Peeples Sunday. through. l\len-Don"t buy shoes until you have examined the
Saturday night to make their .Junior, left Sunday for their home in Mrs. J. W. Hagan and son, John-
home here. Wilbur, their eldest son, New Smyrna, after spending several Sunday J. W. Andrews, Jr., and Herbert ny, returned to their home here Sun quality of "FOOT FITTERS." They fit all feet.
;t k remained In the .metropolis to attend weeks hare at the home of her sister, Ritch, of this city, took a spinto day, after a visit with Mrs. Hagan's
:'i't high school. Mrs. J. C. Jones. Jacksonville in a new Ford car sister, Mrs Oscar Andreu of Starke. .
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown were J. O. McCormick was ; r visitors to Lake City Saturday. Starke Sunday afternoon.Mr. city they left the car odutside the business visitor here this week. i I
Cribbs brought his little daughter Palace Theatre, and after walking Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, of The- Price
L + BRADFORD, Ruby, home Friday afternoon about for awhile returned to where resRu, were shopping here Friday.P. $7.50 per pair _
from the hospital where she had been the car was left, only to find that it J. Pearce and family who have I
'' Bradford, Jan. 27.-T. L. Willis and operated on. She is getting along had been stolen. The police and coun- been located on Church street, moved ;:
i wife and mother, Mrs. R. Y. Andreu, nicely. The many friends of the family ty officers were notified, but at this to. his farm south of town Friday. I J. M. ALVAREZ STARKE
of Dukes, were visiting relatives here hope the little patient will soon be writing the car has not been recover The Baptist church is being enclosed / ,
Sunday.Mrs. well and strong again. ed. with a new fence.
J. V. Edwards and daughter, Master Louio Droke, of Jennings, Rev and Mrs. Daugherty, of Starke I

p' Miss Georgia, were shopping over in arrived Sunday afternoon for a visit :MEETING OF VETERANS r r I
Worthington Wednesday. with his little friends here. I .
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Miss Lucile Harrell spent Sunday Brady Rosier, of Jacksonville, spent Pleasant Occasion Ended With linn "
I r,? ',; rell.guest of her cousin, Miss Geneva liar- last. week-end hero visiting his mother. met Given by U. D. C. tli II

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'' Mrs. Sumner Andreu spent last Miss Adine Watson spent last weekend Last Thursday, the day commemo-
' 'i [Ii week visiting her parents, Mr. and in Starke. aatinqr the birth of the South' great

d t' \ Mrs Dennison. Prof. Thornquest spent last week- hero, Robert E. Lee, was chosen as a
; : Aunt Liza Rainey Is visiting at the end with his family in Starke. "regular meeting Any by 3. J. Dicklson TRACTOR
'd ::,;; home of W. M. Harrcll for a few I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts and Camp, No. 1617, U. C. V. The veto

; .r months. I I children, Ruth and Wesley, were visiting ritna met at the court house at 10 a.
; R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, was visiting relatives here afternoon
I Sunday m., and on roll call)) the following an-
,
3 in this section Friday after .
swered to their names:
l, j noon. ,I Horace Wilson, otMnineavnif, was W. T. Weeks, John Croft, D. J. INTERNAT ONAL
Sumner Andreu visited friends In visiting friends here Sunday after Byrd, :J. I. Dubose, S. F. Morgan, L.
r; the, Midway! section Sunday after noon.Messrs. W. Kickliter, Henry Varnes J. B.

} noon. Marcus Brown and Huddle Florjid, W. N. Fowler, W. H. Dowl-
J. C. Cone and P. M. Barefoot were son, of Starke, were business visitors ing.
ii .-.. bird hunting in this section Saturday here Monday afternoon.Mr. Minutes of last meeting read and
,,4'I' a'J afternoon. and Mrs. Hobbs entertained the :approved. After the routine business A little higher in but You
'. W. II. Harrell business visi price get
was a young folks Monday night with a par .was completed, the following resolution ,
ty. Music, dancing! and games were in memory of Gen. N. A, Blitch,
morning.1 enjoyed until a late hour when the commander of Florida division U. C. SATISFACTION DEPENDABILITYand
' ( .;11;, Misses Georgia and Virginia Edwards guests departed/ voting Mrs. Hobbsa V., and much beloved by all: ,

'' .. (ft. were guests of Miss Geneva charming hostess. \VhAVdna,- the Lord has____ seen fit _In__ LONG SERVICE
'i 4 : ::: Harrell afternoon. which makes
Sunday A. D.
Andrews was a ,visitor to His wisdom to remove from our order ,
''f i :, Mrs. W. H. Hnrrcil visited her Jacksonville recently. General N. A. Blitch, who was
, ; r' ants., George D. Hore, of Jacksonville, commander of our Florida division of the cost less. '
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I :';' ; ; Thursday. was a visitor here,Tuesday. the Confederate veterans, and that in
.+\' :;> C. M. Andreu was a visitor to the W. T. Roberts was called to Jacksonville the death of General Butch the divisIon -

t' ;,, county sent Saturday. Monday on) business. has lost one of Its best men, a man
,: .;:' :, J. V. Edwards attended the truckers who has been honored with many hon
it.r. ,( association[ meeting at Brooker FIVE MILE orable positions in life, which came Ask for Demonstration
: I:' Saturday afternoon, conducted by Mr. to him without his solicitation and
t 1'I' I I'arnell, of New River. Five Mile, Jan. 27.-Mr. and Mrs who discharged his duty in such an DeWitt
f1. Mozelle Harrell and wife visited P. P. Dekle were guests of Mr. and unselfish way that he honorably won C. Jones Starke
i friends and relatives at Raiford Sat. Mrs. L. G. Johnson Wednesday. the esteem and love of those who became ,
urday and Sunday. Marcus Dekle and Math Dukes were acquainted with him and whilewe ..
1 C. M. Andreu and family attended business visitors. to Lake Butler last mourn his loss, we do not mourn Agent I. H. C. Line
church at Brooker Sunday. Thursday. I
as those that have no hope.
Mrs. W. M. Harrell was called to B. Waters and little grandson were He was true to his family, loyal] to II
the bedside of her daughter, Mrs. M. here on business last week. the Confederate cause, true to his I
D. Harrell, of LaCrosse, Monday. Miss Hattie Dukes spent the week. country in Its reconstruction, and dida
McCormick Mowers
Jones Crews! visited his daughter, end with her cousin Miss Rosetta noble part in contributing to the Deering Mowers, Hay Rakes: ,
Mrs. G. B. Colson of Brooker Dukes.
Sun
day. Ardell Drawdy, Marcus Dekle, and THE ROAI) TO KNOWLEDGE Wagons, Plows, Hay Presses.
,J Y -- ----- the Misses Norma Dekla and Ruby .
I RAIFORD Proctor attended a social at the homeof I'm just a man .

t. ) Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dukes Friday As you're a man Does your Mowing Machine need ?
\ Raiford, Jan. 27.-Mra. W. M. Graham evening. And think it fine I any repair parts
j f\ who has been visiting her parents Miss Trumie Rimes and brother, As you'll agree Ihave them in stock. .
ir. here for the past two weeks, left Wilbur, visited relatives here Wednes To know the things .
( for her homo! in South Jacksonville day.Willie That's done and said

.I Tuesday afternoon. Bielling Seeber Stokes and. Throughout the world
; Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkimt. and little Misses Ruby Proctor and Norma Do- And not dependOn
SERVICE IS WHAT
.,r" daughter, of Starke, were visitors kle attended pinder shelling at the being told WE GIVE, ,NO MATTER

;s ()I here Thursday afternoon. home of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas By word of mouth IF IT IS FOR A MACHINE 20 YEARS OLD.
ja Mr. Jacob was a visitor to Jacksonville Saturday evening. What's going on
one toy last week. W. A. Dekle and
a son, William were And guess you know
Misses l'erllWhitten and Helen [guests of Mr. and Mrs. p. p. Dekle Of one sure way '
ifauright and Earl: Whitten I
t were visitors Saturday. To learn
," ..+. to.th-' Slate Farm Sunday after Dave Green, Tom !Markey, Jeff Wo. Of all the each news.day Place your order for a Riding Cultivator

r noon.Miss I tore and Tommie Chancey visited relatives Subscribe for the
e t Lola: Drake, of Jennings was and friends here Friday. TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE
k 'C visiting MIMM Anne Mae and Margaret County Supterintendent Mizelle visited Daily and.. Sunday rates Have Already Sold 1.0
4 And rson several days last week : Five Mile school Monday. $8.00 per year
Harley Moore and Misses Margaret B. L. Duke has finished his job at $1.00 for six months
and At '!<> Mae Anderson were visiting Lake Butler and in at home this week, $2.00 for three months
t e frierdt- in Lake Butler Sunday. making preparations for farming. Dally only rates

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FUIDAY. lH22. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE tr
JANUARY 27. !) BRADFORD
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-- :.;;;; I than you will a politician find that or religion money is getter the foun-und I Tickets Now on Sale at Turner's Drug Storeaurnn

dation beneath it all. Religion and

Bits of LocalInformation' I greatness RO hunt in lumd. You run

always keep a plant alive so long as

you keep its roots healthy. Once its

c 1 \ 'hi roots dry up it i* gone. God put you

into the world and He expects you togo 4L"t t II

...a.way O.. ?...t.. 1..1..04P4..M j on. Wo all come to that sore of
... ,...O".w T. testing of the foundations. You are

worth" a whole lot to God; will you not
I
.r -e. let Him be worth something to you?

Haven't as much right to place
< Friends of R. C. Cone will regret to ;I complaint."-Jacobs' Pharmacy, Atlanta : you
life sound basis
just
your on a as you
j that he IK ill at his home with ] Ga. Sold by Turner's Drug !
I put your business on one? And certainly -
Store Starke. ..
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; the days arc here when you

I I ought to do some real] thinking about
., W. Townsend one of Lake But- I. Dr. A. H. Freeman, of Jacksonville, what produced America and what

ler's well known citizens, was transacting was a guest Wednesday at the homo you are producing now.

',, business in Starke Tuesday. of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scottt. Dr. I
.
::tf\ Freeman was called into consultation]

,(k;j\ Mrs. J. H. Ritch spent two days with the physicians attending Mr. R. MET110111STSunday 1 yyy''

:> j"ffllast: week in Jacksonville with Mrs. R. Wynn who is critically 111 at his
I school at 10 a. m., K. K. Per-
1C. D. SudJcath. home in Starke.
i ryman, superintendent. Come and
'join in the mountain.A .
us our rlll'eII'
Frank IIollingsworth has sold his 'I
for the who to tho
gets
prize one
I JMiss? Nelle Roberts, of Lawtcy, was new bungalow on the east side of the I
Ihore last week visiting,: at the home Thercssa road to It. R. Brown, for top first.
Jof Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. merly of Ft. Pierce. Mr. Brown and Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.,
subject, "Elijah Hours a Still Small y
I family will take immediate posses-
h R. Waisfclder Voice. The evening service at 7:3flf: b tl
of Bronxville] N. Y., sion.
will be Hack to God;"
[is a guest!: at the home of his aunt, "Getting

|Mrs. John Uglow. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hunt and Miss Did you know there were fifteen mSffirirchHjPBj ...
ttl Elsie Dautrherty of Englewood] Tenn. regiments of Smiths in the U. S. Overseas :

Rev. W. E. Daugherty has rented who are spending the winter here at Army? Wo need the Smiths--

[the Floreus house on Cherry street I the home of Mrs E. F. Johns, will Blacksmiths, Preachersmiths, Tinsmiths

:and has moved into same. move this week Into the Floreus home Garagesmiths Coppersmiths, r : : : J
with their brother, Rev. Daugherty, Opprutorsmiths Goldsmiths, Lawyer. E P1\1A',( \ (atJ 1 1 Bl, l
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B-\ d
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Miss Lucile Tatum, of Jacksonville, smiths etc., to preach/ to mend and I : 4-. .1 .f3'j\illdj 1 :

[spent Sunday with Miss Ethel Grif- The B. H. S. on extremely rainy to make things for our use and com

[fin. days has only one session. This means fort. The name of our church is not presents :,

that all students get out for the day Smith, but our work is to make and '

:Miss Georgia Epperson, of Lake at one o'clock. We mention this so mend "Hoodi"-childhood, boyhood,

(Butler was a guest last week at the that patrons going in cars for their i girlhood womanhood, manhood. If THE THRJEEj I! 1

J home of her uncle W. J. Epperson. children may know just what time to you know of any "Hoods" that need

come for them. mending, come and bring,: them to ,1

Many foreign countries are clamoring ] ."The Little Stone Church on the Cor- l l-

[ for Tanlac. Its fame is now Friends here have received word ner" at least once every Sunday.M. .8111111 rt 'M'-a\l.\ I ) -

)} [world-wide. Turner's Drug Store. I II that Mrs. J. L. Warren is slowly] improving L. SMITH, Ie iE! lr.eJlR '

at the home of her daughter Pastor. y vrfcijgr/iI-ry) iP"iiN i M'gr."Ji J i '
The U. D. C. will meet next Wed- Mrs. T. L. Pert, in Madison. Mrs. noblock.- \

nesday afternoon, February 1st, at : Warren and daughter Miss Ida, wentto DEATH OF A. S. CROSBY Costuming; Research under dvaid: |\ Lj

" K3:30 at the Methodist church. Business Madison several] weeks ago on account > Direction under Qrcd NlbloPhotOg'i'clph4 f

, ] meeting. of the serious illness] of Mrs. Albert Sidney Crosby died at his >
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cArthur Cdeson
Warren.N. home in the Vanderbilt section Mon under .-

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs and lit day, January 23rd and the remains I I
5 tie son, of Jacksonville were weekend C. Florida Runner Seed Pea i
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,1 or were interred in the Dyal cemetery has been done in the vast multitude of films given to ,
of Col.] and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- With nothing that ever
guests nuts. We offer New Crop Florida the following day, Funeral Director of that
l kins. Runner Seed Peanuts at 87 l-2c per D. C. Jones having charge of the bur the world can you fairly compare this supreme<<: picturization a.lory I

bushel (3 l-2c per ]Ib.) f. o. b. here. II. I has made millions! of men end women in every country: on, the face of the earlh '.

J. D. Moore and little daughter, of T. Hall Co., Lowell Fla. 1-6-tf I ial.Mr.. Crosby was a son of the late laugh and sob with unforgettable rmofion. And Douglas Fairbanks as the :
.,Waycross, Ga., returned home Saturday thai indescribable "some- j jthing"
i Andrew and Mrs. Crosby, and was noble D'Artngr.an has caught with rare feeling ,
after, a visit a tthe home of his Hollis Knight who is attending the
: born of his death
; near the place April live the
him to pnit.
(brother L. V. Moore. th. ..t cnnblts truly
University of Florida, came up from 19, 1862. He had always lived in .
Gainesville this week and spent several Bradford county and was a man much "ALL FOR ONE. ONE FOR ALL"Thl8 t
Mrs L. A. Duncan, Casper Duncan _
days with his parents, Senator respected and liked for his many good -
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and D. E.
Mrs. Knight. qualities. He leaves a widow and PRICES
Picture Was Shown :
i & Butler, were visitors 19 Starke Tues- S. A. Bryan and Dr. J. C. Wills children and( many other near relatives ] GAIETY THEATRE

day. have been in Gainesville this week attending who have the heartfelt sympa- in New York, Chicago Nights foe 75c, $1.00.

Mrs. Effio !Miner, of Lawtey, returned I court, they being witnesses thy of all in their bereavement. Boston and l'hiladelphiaSTARKE!! WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, FEB., 1 and 2. liL lllnec. 2c: and 50c. 1
I in the case of Mrs. J. M. Tatum vs and all the Larger Cities: MATINEE DAILY, 4 p. m.. Night 8 p. n.
{' home Wednesday after spendingtwo War Tux Added. i
the Seaboard Air Line Railway. Every has place where at $2.00 Admission. We earnestly advise their teals well :\
weeks at the home of her sister, man u our patrons to secure
I)on.t Miss' Tills I: Picture.
brains ought to be. Sometimes they in advance.I
Mrs. E. L. Biggs.
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A. D. Cherry and son, of Roborsonvillc _
are there. ,
N. C., arrived a few days ago: -
who is employed -------"
Willie Epperson take charge of their farm in the n i iIJjI1CmJnmaC l1mmmCIlCIIDCIDUlmcmmID.IDCl.II11f1ro-YIClc.mrJilJIImwmmmw+ : : DCIlJUOO( (fWtl.ClJrnDmmmmmmmWlalllmmwmmmmmwlDWI ,
't by the Seaboard, had a short vacation I Ito The public official who: makes a bi'; A
> VVateroak section. Mr. Cherry t
and spent last] week with his parents, purchased noise is often a firecracker unawares
I the It. S. Norman place several -
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. -----

'pup his months affairs ago in and North has Carolina just cloned and f How Can This Bank Best Serve You?

It is astonishing how quickly Tan- rENT-A-\VORn\
reached here in time to harvest the
]lac will] produce results. You usual
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strawberry crop on his Florida farm. t,
ly feel better from the very first dose.

Turner's Drug Store. W. E. Wainright, of Lake Butler, ltCOLUMNU' '

Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver and !Mr. is here this week, transcribing records If you are spending too much money anJ want to turn over a new leaf, we

Lewis Shriver, of Brooker, were the the use in the of Judge county A.judge's C. Strickland office, ] for, FOR SALE OR RENT-One seve'i- g will aid you to become a saver. fjlf you see an opportunity for further dev t.

guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and room house. Apply to Miss M. IISUtrunk .
county judge of Union county. Mi of business and the of finances bothers be
elopmcnt matter
Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Otter Creek, Pla. l-20-2f your you, we may
Wainright will be a candidate at the

I J. W. Andrews- "Sr., has lately] acquired primary next spring for tax assessor FOR SALE-One horse sound and able to remove the obstacle from your path. elf you are considering an investment

property in Lincoln City, southof of Union county. Few men have a gentle, will work in any harness. K.Gexsner and arc a little doubtful of its wisdom, our advice may prov of value I t
wider knowledge of land matters than
blocks Starke well consisting located. of nearly four Mr. Wainright and if he Is elected the 1-20-31, Route A, Box 28, Starke. to you. (]If you have an opportunity for any kind of advancement, and feel

1 property owners of Union county will degree of hesitancy perhaps suggestion from will doi'Lls
remove
--- be assured of having/ their ascss-! any : a us your
O. A. Andreu is again part owner FOR SALE-North Carolina varietyseed
'r of the City Barber Shop on Call street i, ments carefully and efficiently hand peanuts, 3 cents f. o. b. Lake one way or the other.

.. alter A stay of more than a year inGainesville. led. Park, Ga. F. M. White & Son, I .

His many friends are Lake Park Ga. 1-1:1-41: I
I If the bond trustees of the munirl-1 a I
stand.
glad to see him back at the old
\ pal light and water plant WANTED-Man with car to sell low ,
B. A. Chapman of for the business men of Starke to rise I I Ii Graham Tires. $130 week
Dr. and Mrs. priced per STARKEE.
with i up and call them blessed let them or- !II Graham Tire
Jacksonville, spent Wednesday I' and commissions. 1OF: j jmmGIr
3 Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Dr..Chapman I der a 24-hour service, If necessary, Co., 381 Boulevard] Benton Harbor,
'on such days as we have had this *
professional Mich. It !!
came to Starke on S. MATT CEO. C. WHITE Cashier
4a I week. No merchant can sell goods in w

business. days so dark that the color and size FOR SALE-Two Jersey cows j"'-it

l:' who has been I of different articles cannot be told. fresh; one 3 1.2 years, one I 513
Miss Bessie Dubose, @r>l @@IDmmiII@ID@ID@@ID@fgIDID@i6C@mm@IDIDID! ) >QID@ID@@ID9701iAm@m@@IDiCmm@ID@@OfSQIQ@@IBCIDNNOTICE
teaching near Newberry has finished Nothing could help the agitation for years old; one DurocJersey h > '
'I' the home 24-hour service more than a demonstration Price to suit purchaser. P. l.:
returned ot
j' her school] and
,f of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. to Starke.ST.of. just what it would mean Johns, Starke. 164t. Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed

M1 Dubose. FOR SALE-At Lawtey, one and one The acnool will begin at
singing
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The Green Cove Springs school and MARK'S CHURCH half acres of good strawbery land Heilbronn Springs schoolhouse Monday Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from

the S. basket ball teams played and five room cottage $300. Balancelike ] Jan. 30th, at 9 o'clock a. m. All Islands.

B.'H. Friday afternoon In'i' Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany. rent. Very desirably located; interested are requested to be there on Prolific 3.25 Free from
\ a match game Yielding to one. boll weevil.
school. M
block from
4 Service at 7:30: p. m. one high rR.
The B. II. S. won the game, this date. N. A. Conner, of Lake But-
the Starke. being 18 to 11. "Look them all over-Washington, T. S. Stark R. 2, Box 421-L Buena. I| her, will be the teacher.We Price $2.50 per bushel in two bushel bagsf.
score Vista Miami Fla. 1-13-11
Franklin Morris, Lincoln Garfield Station ,
worth while I I o. b. Hawthorn, Fla.
Roaevelt- really man
: Mrs. E. Strong, of Oil City Pa., any FOR SALE-Six hundred and fot< / have strong hopes that co-ope- I II

"'J spent several days last week as theguest" who benefactor has been or a statesman upbuilder or a rather public acres good farm land eight m''s. ;i rativo marketing will be an established ; The A. P. Brantley Co. Blackshear Ga.

p of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull. west 'of Lake Butler partly c* >II '' fact within the next fifty years. : ;

Jj, Mrs. Strong formerly lived here and I II! Kub-My-TIsm, antiseptic and vated part timber lands. V r', ;, The honorable senate is giving it con -

\ her old friends and acquaintances i pain killer, for infected sores. cheap, cash or terms. Mrs. T' "> sideration. I when he is found out. bill old In th. .l>ovMl.t.cl caw. .that Anna
', were glad to fee her again. tetter sprains, neuralgia rhea- Hancock, 615 N. Hernando St., L .Ki', ,I I II Hull' H.... the tl.if.niliint. thir..ln numiitl.. IB
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II a rmlilont ot the Suit of rl"rl matism.-Adv. City '' hi.linn and aoiHwullnir htrxlf HI that " j "We have sold 97,000 bottles of !'which in maturity we find convenient I And still it is possible the pinheaded b. hail upon .her and I. ov.r tn. awe ,
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thinks himself sharp. of twmilr-on* > ; It U lh r.: ra urdvrvjthat
Tanlac and have never had a single Only One "BROM QUININfT I I Ito forget. I i man I lalil Malifont livhmlant h. and la h.", ",
e.h. minimi to appear. to the bill ul ....mplnlntft
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fall I
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To rt tha ir nntn e ; .. .
1.1 In uld ,
tbalh
aua on or Man Monday
'y' nROMOOUINlJSH.S. W.GKO S. Cut*.a COM La.klor..anar.In Os. Lay.kru.b ,'. I A wise woman never find it necessary !I Modern dancing/ they say Is to be > day of March IIU2. othvrwIjM tho all..
E.K. PERRYMAN .... il her husband's, 'ifftMona of aid l bill will be taken an tanfcttMtitj
; Hall's Catarrh MecUcinaTho and b..dacb.f and w. off -,1< to go through rmcd-po811Ibly by calling! It by '" and dufvnilnnt. I
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\, *. who era In a "nun rtawn".con.1 1'-,',' ATTORNEY-ATI AW !I f'OI'ketl.! She hooks It before It get another name. I I It la further. onl.roj that Dili order bapuhlbhiM 1
lion will node'a ttuH Catarrh botharx L' .STARKE. FLORIDA Nfl VVorni iu M ri.niikiy Cs" I ono a w.Mk eonntfcutlv i
i "" wIan Ihey ar. 'Ii 2v.n,1t that far. I, -- I.I molia In tha! llnxlfonl [r.on.rT... ,, a
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hiMiKh.milii! ..ctpr..V'Se W"J whip':*.,',' ta AJ ihikhtit uiiihlo with \\Vormt: ; ,v5ea.thrcdla.wt.t..tdkateapct I ORDER IOn 1-mriCATION ..""'.i>iin>r publ.b.,1 In lalil cnnnty anA .......
tinrh M luoul dt.'" v. te!, 'a "I. : ;: ; !V!" 'e In Circuit Court. Ht.l. ot fctoriila, KlidithuiMlnl Thla January 21. JOJ2.O. .
a J .,n"dltk.tHAI.L's .. ,', generally! objects Circuit Bradford Count. In Ctmn-
'' Ulln"nl rt'osovEST The average person
l f. n..n.t hr r.''' I rul* ttirr u miu i>r i ant Kwr, W. ALDERMAN.
CAT ltloUl \1l'Ul'r.1; : aiEti1i.H.LJ.; i> to being termed only an avenge. .
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Tonia and acts tl0I1r11; t4" f. -
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f of the ho.I)', \ Colds Cause! tinp and Influenza Complainant. Hy C A. KJI3HT.Itoputy .
Ihe aurfn.L" .., .
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...h''I'''' the..,Inll.l1lh11 1',1 .0."n"oJl-"I nr.-II.1I.:''.. is.a t I LAXATIVE BffPMO' Qt."nIINET.bloU traio* thI .. auln2 71< a," I the men who Is considered Anna B.llH :'aaa..r. Clark.
I 1 Nature In nrlll; Ran II I :=UMk Th_ *5 onlr one **?*"t"" 0WaIr... tbmwr.Ysr. '''' : De'.d."t. FLOYD GREEN a R. A. RREEM.Solicitor I \,
all V. J.Urnalrl.ua CA..a_y' &(C.;I'UIIIU>,. Tolnlo. Juba [ :S.!:.w CtOVE.., .'.o.*i m fn"hta. 1'.. .. ', 'I' without sin. It will be a terrible jolt .pR..rlnx by .lfld..1& .pp.t.d u> the for Complainant. 1-87-01-3-24.- \ '

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o simpler and requires less handling of 1 I

I the meat. The sweet pickle or brine I
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L ------.-.-.....--- -- ** cure is not advocated in tho South ,
V w'' .I.IV I '>a? in view of the uncertain temperatures.

With The Bradford: 'Dry cured meat improves with age
and is better several months after it

j i l is smoked Irrespective of the curing a Ied

County Farmers : r method used, it is advisable before I
curing to rub tho surface of the meat a

J i |! with fine salt and allow it to drain,
i ( 1_....._.._...............:....................... ........................... I flesh side down, for from 6 to 12 II I IS
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.. hours. ;>
I II f ." ; 1 Dry Cured Pork-For each 100 1/6
I I HUMUS AND NITKOfJKN NEEDED CUTTING AND) CURING MEATSON r r:1: : : r yA pounds of meat use- 0

I. j FLORIDA SOILS I THE FARM 8 pounds salt :[ rte
Healthy Woman is 2 1-3 pounds molasses! syrup or r

1 The greatest needs of Florida soils Two clays of tho ten-day short Always Beautiful sugar. I 11,

1 are humua and nitrogen. course, held at the University of Florida 2 1-2 ounces saltpeter.
1 How may our Florida Roils receive from January 3 to 13, were devoted j In The Eyes of Man 3 ounces black pepper. r rI

these things to demonstrations in meat cutting, 2 red
Lexington, Ky."During the time ounces pepper
The humus may l he supplied 1 with- curing and canning. Unquestionably of middle life I useil Doctor Pierce's (Note-Some persons who have had I w'
out at the name time supplying con- these", demonstrations were the crownon Favorite Prescription and I cannot
praise it too for experience in curing meat!; under our
siderable amounts of nitrogen. Tho the success of the short courses, if highly the good it I
did mo. I believe the Favorite Pre Southern condition say this formula 1 S
nitrogen may !lie supplied without at the reports of those who witnessed script ion la bound to become favorite nhould contain an extra pound! of suit.1 1 t' u 1 (
the same time supplying considerable and took part in them are correct. remedy with each woman who !gives ) ; j f
However this amount seems to give
humus. Dut then i ill a wuy by which The methods taught in the demonstrations it a (fair trial. I have also used! Dr. :

both may be supplied. How? I I are contained in Farmers' stomach Pierco's olden trouble Medical and. for Discovery colds etc.for satisfaction.Mix the ingredients) well. Rub the

j Grow legumes and plow thorn under I Ilulletin 1180 I which can be secured and 1 believe it to be the bent general\ mixture over the meat thoroughly and
.1 II. preferably lifter the crop having! been I free by addressing, U. S. depart tonic that can be linii."-:Mrs. CJ. O.
pack it in a barrel, box or on a
Gldh&m./ 3 Ilrnr'lrunriflfm; away
ment of Street
used all feed by livestock.! agriculture, Washington.Tho -
The use (jf Dr.: Plercu's;I Favorite table. About the third day break the
As winter draws to a close and following paragraphs are from
I Prescription has nmde mnny women hulk and repack to insure thorough
the man of the soil this bulletin. The farmer who accurately I
spring approaches, happy oy making them healthy. Jet( contact with the cure mixture. Then
begins to think In terra of crops and follows. this advice should havo it at CIIICP from your nearest druggist!: ,
allow the meat to remain until the
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field, Specialists of the college of little trouble in producing extra good in either liquid or tablet form 'V'rito
])1'. Piprei, President Invalid) Hotel, cure is completed. 'This will take two
agriculture University of Florida: meat. in liiffnlo.N.! Y., for free, confidential days in cure for each pound that the
call attention of these farmers to the i'I Cooling/ the Carcass medical advice
k I' individual pieces of meat weigh; for
fact that now is tho time to plan to To facilitate cooling, after the hog example, a 10 pound ham will take 20

provide those two lacking things, humus has been dressed, split, or saw the co use of borax, boric acid, formalin, sal days. After the meat hits cured hangit I UP
and nitrogen.; j cass down the backbone. While T-I icylic acid and other chemicals should in the smokehouse without washing !I II Wholesale Meat Prices {

No Florida farmer should plan hU carcass is still warm remove the leaf I not be used. When the meat is packed in tight bur-I j DOWN

u year's crops without including crops I or kidney fut in order to facilitate its I Salt when applied alone to meat I role the liquid formed will aid in curing I

that will furnish humus and nitrogen. cooling. To do this, peel out the leaf makes it hard and dry, because its ac- the heavier pieces of meat, which j WHY ?

a e Bo sure to !grow: peanuts and velvet I fat with the fingers, !beginning at tho tion draws out the meat juices and should be at the bottom. Some persons |
C bean and There nre other' bott Cool the hardens the riiuscle fibres.
cowpeaa. n. carcass rapidly af- Saltpeteris attempt to use this formula with
which manufacture nitrogen I ter slaughtering, but do not allow used to hasten!;; (the of the I
t L>' plants / to curing!: out the saltpeter, but the result will Do wholesale meat and down with
+ and store it in the soilj freeze. The It dries and prices go up
from the air desirable temperature for meat. hardens the meat not be satisfactory. The saltpeter
'' w but these just mentioned! are the principal cooling meat ii from 31 I to 40 degreesF. even more than does salt and there- should by no means bo omitted. fluctuations in live stock prices?

\ ones crown in this Bpction. They In fall and winter it is bent to kill fore should be used sparingly. Sugar
4 I are known as legumes and are exceptionally in theafternoon and allow the carcassto and molasses soften the muscle fibers CAKRYINK W.TEltIE: ) KAS\ Why do live stock prices fluctuate ? f

good: friend of the farmer I cool overnight.; Hang in a dark cellar and in.jirove the flavor of the meat; FOR FARM WIFE
much his cool hence combination Why are some cuts of meat higher than others ? ;
saving him money on or outbuilding; where flies cannot a of salt and sugar
bills he plant to it. makes good
fertilizer providing: get a cure.
Development and Improvement of What kind of competition is there in the meat
R and grows them on his land. Cutting! up (the CarcassA Place for Curing-A cool, well-ven- electric labor saving machinery for

carcass should not L>u cut up untilit tilated cellar, free from rats, is the the farm has brought to light: some business ?
COUNTY AGENTS' KEPOIMH has thoroughly; cooled. most desirable place for both brine
very interesting figures. Take for instance
t Where does meat come from ?
and dry curing. The smokehouse your \
r Head-Tho head Is generally removed may the matter of pumping and carrying -
Marion-Have ordered 150 barrels also be used for this but it :"
before purpose
the is
carcass split. Cut water.
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How does it that
of Stem Jersey sweet potatoes should be observed that when happen you can always get it ?
Big!: j about an inch hack of the ears, making curing; For all household purposes, such! .

for about twenty-five farmers and j a complete circle nround the neck. by the dry salt method special attention as drinking, cooking; / washing, scrubbing Why is the large packer ? .
t ''a they are to be bedded, at once and "I The fat of the head may be used for should he given to prevent excessive and cleaning!:, the average farm necessary

4 +1 when harvested shipped co-operative- ( lard and the fleshy parts for sausage dryness. family will use about 7 gallons per *" *" *" *. *" *.

ly. Gave one demonstration in sugar or head cheese.ShoulderCut. Cold storage: and ice plants in certain person every' day or 42 gallons for a

? curing moat this week oft the front foot sections have rooms equipped family of six.: Now 42 gallons of water Swift & Company's 1922 Year Book answers
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about an inch below the knee. Tho with partitioned shelves.where farm weigh 330 pounds and if those 12 these and many other questions.It's .
i7 + i Drf.'vard-Gave a culling demonstration shoulder cut Is made through the third ers may store their meat during the gallons are pumped and carried on

at Shilo this week. rib at the breastbone and across the process of curing at an even temperature only 300 days out of the year it will ready for distribution, and there is a copy
s which insures excellent results.
fourth. Remove the ribs from the that
mean someone must pump; and:
Ij i a 1'utnnm-\Veek devolcM to gathering shoulder, also tho piece of attached This should beneficial in southern\ carry 100,800 pounds, or over 50 tons free for you. Send for it. You'll enjoy readingit.

,,;' exhibits for the Tampa fair Irish backbone. Cut close to the ribs in climates, where the weather is warmor of water every year. Furthermore, It's a revealing document. '

f potato planting U in full swing. I removing them so as to leave as much subject to sudden change. In localities if a 3 gallon bucket !is used, it 'will

'I- Citrus packing: houses have resumed meat on the BhnuKler! as possible. where such refrigeration\ facilities i mean 11 trips to the well every day,

'J :'y >J.TaylorHave. I These are "shoulder or neck ribs" and, have not been established cooperative and if the well is 15 feet from the Address Swift & Company .

make an excellent dish when fried or cold storage/ plants conducted house, this will mean 420 feet daily 4290 PacKers Avenue
enrolled 60 boys in bake'd. The fat of the shoulder by a number r-f farmers ih a com- In
top only 300 days this will amount to
j+ 'r club work so far this: year. be munity may be found a good! investment Union Stock Yards, Chicago,!!!.
I may used for lard and! the lean 12(5,000( feet, or nearly 21 miles.
I as plants of that kind be
meat for steak or roasts. It should may
So the farmer's wife who
+ We have just organized pumps
j, Mudison- be used also for manufacturing ice during

a permanent farm bureau with every I shoulders trimmed are smoothly.very large In divide case them the the .summer and tho power may be and 12 miles carries to water the for the house walks Swift & Company, U. S. A.

;, i; promise of suceess.Ve are ordering cro.MH-wi) into two This utilized further in generating!: electricity pump every year,
fertilizers und watermelon seed co parts. enables for lighting. pumps 50 tons of water and walks 12miles"
the cure mixture to penetratemore back to the house the
carrying
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operatively. I Dry Cure Compared with Sweet-
ensily .nnd therefore lessens the 50 tons of water.
Z danger of souring. The fat trimmings Pickle or Brine Cure-There are two The and of I
AIDI'hua-A farmers' organizationwas pumping carrying waterIs n
methods of
> curing pork-the dry cureand
should be used for lard and the lean
of tho tasks
just that
started at Orange Heights this> one many
I t i i f the sweet pickle or brine cure. .. -
week with 30 charter members. Four r mm ngs or sausage I electricity Is taking from the Shoulders \
The
: : dry cure I is preferred, as it is
V Middling or Bacon The ham is
co-operative meetings\ have been held re- of the modern farm wife. Little ,

h!,J Jt this week and Indications point to a .i moved from the middling< by cuttingat Million Packets Ol 1 electric light and power plants are in the state were ignored by the legislature ; Day by day the war time profiteeris
the rise in the backbone and at aright i doing the washing ironing at that session and before the is
into
'iii largo part of our spring crops being I \ sweeping::\, passing history. But history
ftS sold co-operatively. angle to the shanks. The loin Flower Seeds FreeWe o churning, and f\cparatng\ as well as year was out the state had lost hcuv- helpless-it has to take whatever

1't, F and fatback are cut olf in one piece, believe In flowers around the the pumping. And of course in addition fly in a great fire in the Ocala forest comes along. .
' parallel with the back just below the homes of the Sou'h.! Flowers brightenup to cheap, convenient electric power reservation and through a series of I ;
' polk Several farmers ordering -
ft are tenderloin muscle on the rear part of the home stirroundtugs and give I' woods fires of
electric
these lights are furnishing incendiary origin in the l
I* acid for blasting Citrus The lazy seidom envious of
err picric purposes. pleasure and satisfaction to those who man is
tho middling.< Remove the fat on tho o abundance southern part of the I
i an of bright, safe electric peninsula.
fruits are still bringing good pri have them. more successful people. It requires t
top of the loin but do not cut into the o
? ces. ''' Cabbage: is selling for $1.25 a We have filled more than a million light all over the house and burns. He is not in the sawmill business, too much exertion. :
hamper f. o. b. at our stations. Strawberries loin meat. The lean meat is excellentfor packets of seeds, of beautiful yet Brightness, safety, convenience and so the unscrupulous man who has cat I I .-- -. j jI
canning or it may be used> for easily grown flowers to be given to of labor are the things which tle on the does
economy not
range that I
; are bringing 2 > cents a quart I care the I I I 1It'1lfi\\@!:Imq"'roII1CiC1C' p3F10ufi1tuslthsuswtlLiCit !
1,5 chops or"roasts and the fatback for our customers this spring
have recommended electricity to thousands fires he sets by '
dropping I
4 Ii. wholesale. 'ouldn't like to have five lighted: COFFINS & CASKETS
lard. The remainder should then be you
of farm homes and the next: few matches in the dried grass burn |
packets of beautiful flowers tree may
G, trimmed for middling or bacon. Remove will see this universal servant much merchantable Full Line' of "*. I jUnderokere'
a Suwannee-One community council YOU CAN OUT THEM! Hastings years up timber. He '! M And *
., was organised this week with 57 tho ribs cutting as close to themas 1022 catalog Is a 100-page handsomely employed as much by the farmer and* looks with an unfriendly eye on the Supplier ?

'n a, : members possible. Trim all sides and edgesas Illustrated seed book full from coverto his family- as by- their city- neighbors- settler whose farm buildings: are im. .- t
r squarely as possible. cover of truthful descriptions\ and perilled. His object is to secure fresh AUTOMOBILE HEARSE a

I Hamilton-One carload of \hogs and Ham-Cut oft the foot about an inch farm illustrations crops. of It vegetables IK full of helpful flowers garden anti- o FOREST FIRES IN TUB SOUTH I grass for his semi-wild cattle, unaware I Always on hand. The bent service -

one of potatoes were shipped this below the hock joint. All rough and flower and farm Information thatIs that he is defeating! his own ob- I at the lowest prices. Special -

week through our farm bureau. Hogs hanging piecca of meat should be needed In every Southern home According to the forest service of lect in the long run by destroying the I attention to telegraph or- s'
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netted about fifty cents a hundredweight trimmed from the ]runt. It should ),ben and. too, the catalog tells you how to the United States department of agriculture humus in the soil and preventing more era. Registered Embalmer.DeWTITjcTjONES

above quotations. bo trimmed smoothly, exposing as> lit- get these flower seeds absolutely free. more than half of the average 'orming./ His cattle eat the grass i
tle lean meat as possible, because the Write for our 1322: catalog now. It annual loss from forest fires occurs thereby using up the fertility of the t I
Is
the finest most valuable and beautiful -
Volusia-Have just made another : curing hardens it. All lean trimmings seed book ever published. and In the South. In especially", dry soil and! return only a part of it; the I! STARK.E, FLA :

s; large co-operative order for seed and I should be saved for sausage and fat you will be mighty Kind ycru've got It. seasons, it says, the loss in certain balance is always against the increaseof vJi CtR .R1iCi's'tex'tror' >' <1mG\ntr.
fertilizers for our farmers trimmings for lard. There Is no obligation to buy any- Southern states has amounted to as humus until the soil becomes so I

Curing Pork thing. Just ask for the catalog, andIt much as $3,500,000, In a year and practically sterile that it will bear only diminishIng -

iY DeSoto-Several of our farmers The first essential in curing pork will come by return mall.H. every year several of these crops of grass. lIe pays no heedto ASPIRINName
G. HASTINGS CO. SEEDSMEN .
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r, are ordering" picric acid. is to make sure that the carcass is ATLANTA, GA. states suffer losses from this cause the legal requirements that the I r

\ thoroughly cooled, but meat should of upward of a million dollars a year. 1 grass may be fired at only one short i'! Genuine

r Walton-Our farmers have just never be allowed to freeze either be- habitual constipation CuredIn !i Thus we learn that in one-third of season! of the year and that all who "Bayer" on

been taught how to mix fertilizers at fore or during the curing period. The 14 to 31 Days the country, the average loss of timber may be imperilled thereby shall be

home. lIe organized a watermelon proper time to begin curing\ is when LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. i each year from forest fires Is warned that they may provide against 0
and cabbage association, the members the meat Is cool and still fresh. or treparndSyrupTonic-LaxaUve for tlabilua' more than one-half of the total for the peril. .
t kkf of which will grow and< ship co-opera- about 21 hours after killing. Cou; tlpatlon. It relieves promptly but the entire country. This cannot be altogether What steps the legislatures of oth- 4=v1la I,
should be taken! regularly for 14 to 21 days |I
tively. Vessels for Curing-A clean hard induce regular action. Stimulate and due to the greater proportional ,j( r Southern states may have taken to CQ .
wood molasses or syrup barrel is aI I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takj. 60coer : area of wooded surface in the save their forests from destructionwe e

1 Hilleboro-Strawberries! and citrus suitable vessel in which .to cure pork. bottle. South,for the Northwest has far more do not know, but the Florida law-

tf fruit Is still moving from here by caredj The barrel should be clean and tight forest land. Eliminating the principal makers seem to have looked with disdain -

loads. Farmers are getting ready for .so as to prevent leakage. A large A TONIC cans'' ; of these conflagrations- upon propositons to save to the

spring crops. stone jar is the best container to cure Irove'a Tasteless chill: Tonic restores lightning: sparks from locomotives, state an asset which is of increasingvalue

meat In, though the initial cost is Energy and Vitality by Purifying and lumbert'',i' operations, clearing of as the destruction of timber and -

Clay-Saturday the Green Cove high; such a container is easily kept Enriching the Blood. When you feel its )lands, r av.'lers or campers in or near the uses for it both increase, and as Warning I Unl'OCI Ma the naata"Bayer"

). vegetable growers association was clean. If a barrel is used repeatedlyfor strengthening. Invigorating effect, see howIt woods- .M" operative to no greater degree our naval stores output declines on package!' or on Ubkte yew
merged into the Florida Citrus Ex-: curing pork, it is necessary to brings color to the cheeks and howIt In thus:: section than some others, Times-Union. Are scribed not by getting phyeicuui genuine for Aspirin twenty-one jrr.*.

scald it out thoroughly before fresh improves the appetite, you vrUlthen we come to two others, fires purposely years and proved safe by million. Take)
Is.. rl No Worm In a Healthy Child c pork is parked in it. appreciate its true tonic value. set for malicious or selfish reasons Some people are unable to tell the \Afiirin only a* told in the Bayer paxknaa -

All. children troubled with Worms have an uo.lthycoJIW. Curing Agents-Salt, saltpeter, molasses Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply and lack of protective legislation. happiest days of their lives. They tar OoMa, IfouWJie Neuralgia.
ki .which Indicate
t. poor blued and "Juumatiom
, as I
Iron Earache Lurariugo
and Quinine suspended In So : Toothache -
t rule thin U nun, or Ians Momarh dkituibaace. and sugar are principal preservatives syrup. Florida presents many instances of I have been neither married nor divorced. -' and for FMn. Handy tin bom of
'!K GROVE'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TUNIC given ...u- used in curing pork. The pleasant even children like it. The blootl the first and the latter was one of the 'wrlre Bayer Tbblataxf Arpirir coat few
larly for two or tare weeks will enrich the needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
hnprovethedlgeKbnsadsctsaseaera7Streneb-I, : ..ins of the Florida legislature of 1921. I, cent, DniHglotai t also soil larger puckngfw. -
Enrich
it. Malarial
h nldil Tonic Co tha whola ay"era. Nature' will thea which Destroys germs and Measures to aid in I is Aspirin !I. the trade markof
change, assures our g'rowet"llscientific inrtodaced suppression Cupid as old as the
clip by Its history of
throw off or dlinnl tha worm..and the Child will ha I germs Strengthening Invigorating JHyer Manuftu-ture of MoooaoKlcaddI -
lu perfect ha-""'". Fteaasat 10 akL-73a: per butt!. marketing. Effect. ..3ct or prevention of forest fires man, but he is ever young! : el 6alcytioacid.

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,_JANUARY 27, 1922.. .__.___. __ BRAUFOKI COUN'I.'Y. TELKCKArU.. SI'AKKK. M.UIUDABLK .____... _'__' __' .. ._ ____._._ .PAGE. SEVEN.
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ADDRESS DELIVEREDY WOODLAWN Saturday and Sunday by the pastor, I tor of Grace Methodist church and have been partitioned oft and the )NOTICE OF STOCKIIOI.DEUS METING
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ELDER W. E. DAUGIIKRTY I Rev. J. H. Kelly. A ]large crowd at- just received his appointment for the walla and flooring reinforced The nun Notlo) mooting la her of.hy tho given Muekholilvra that, the of rvuular the tUill aa-

Woodlawn, Jan 27.-Mr.\ and Mrs. tended both days. year 1922. He preached hit first sermon work was done by J. J, McLeod and bronn Mlnnral Water Co.. will bo hulil at th. ;

The Nineteenth Amendment First Otis Thornton had a candy pulling! I|I Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and Sunday morning to a large and A. M Blanchard: office M"ndtlJ.nu.of the Morotnry. "Ho ,1HU2.In Btarlui.at :.t:30 Florida p. m.,, on U

A: '' to the Enforcement of the Engh- I' Saturday nitrht. Among tho visitors children, of Midway, spent tho weekend interested congregation./ abet a board of illrertnni for the year and to

Jteflnjth' Amendment," was the subject were, Misses Lois, Gludys, Myrtle (I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Dora Clark, of Wateruak, via- FOR INCOME: TAX PAYERS tranamit such othor bimlnru E. K. PKRKVMAN M: nmwuary..,

gi'i i Elder W. I.;. Dautfherty for dis- and Nannie Lou Norman, Beatrice W. Lewis. ited relatives in Lawtoy Saturday. t-20.2t-J.21. Sucnury.. ".....111'....
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I ileak, \% ion at the law enforcement ineut- I Phillips, Louie Hello]) Carter, Lois IIil- | Mr. and! Mrs. W. II. Shaw and chilI Rev. I. M. Belt, Macclcnny! tilled We have received the following notice ORDER FOR I'VIIL1C"TtfIN--- --

'IlnK.t, the Methodist church] on Mnn- Bard, Carrie Hello Norman, Mrs. Ruby week-end' his regular appointment at the :from D. T Gerow, collector of In Circuit Court State of rlorkta.. Elirhta

':dajrjiight of lust' week. Thornton, Mrs. Lou Norman, Lot-man parents, r. and Methodist church, South, Sunday, both internal revenue, which\ concerns thoso Judicial ear". \ Circuit Drailinnl ('ollnlIn Gin..

'. The speaker said, "Our government Norman, Lescie Johns, Hay Norman, 1 I Mrs. J. B. Thomas.! morning and evening./ j who pay income' tax. 1C L. Wllm.n.

nag,jdone many unwise and wicked ',Trey Norman, Gu i Smith, R. Thorn- ;| !Miss Lubedla Plnholstcr] of Brooker Daniel! Cherry arrived 11 few days Below is n list of dates whichn Complainant.va /

and wise and ton Lewis Johns liossent Wilkerson spent Sunday with Misses[ KhoJ.-i from upon Alilrn Hilton et .1),
things/ many righteous ,,, ago North Carolina and has! purchased -i deputy collector of internal
revenue Diifrndant.
:things\ :/ but the two greatest, wisest Marvin\ Thompson arid others. .and Alva] Thomas. the Henry Norman farm about '
I. will visit your city for tho )purposo or It npnrnrlnif bv affidavit aaupnitpil, to thu
'and, most righteous things it has ever Mr. Cherry and son, of Carolina! [ !Miss Clifford/ Dennison, of Midway, three miles west of Lawtey. lie was i 1.111 filuil In the above atatod viiutn that Mary
I assisting taxpayers in filing\ (heir income .
Jo: Leona, tho d.t-n.lont thrrtin
don *was the enactment of the eigh- are residing on the Henry Norman spent.SlItul'day and Sunday here tho accomptinicd by his son. returns for tax for tho of the Mats of Florida nntnpil, and la la a annnmildint

teenth and nineteenth amendments to farm.D. guest of her friends, Misses Atha and Mrs. W. A. of year n-iilili-nt. of. Sloni..vlllc. Nrw York Itlo| Curt,
Colley, Stark, was 1021, which are to bo filed on or bu- .Toliiimm R. 1). No. I. and la over tha nun of
the constitution. L. Phillips was transacting business Opal Lewis. tho guest Sunday of her sister, Miss fore March ]35, 1022. t".nl-oM vrara : It la thcrcforo mimed that

"The eighteenth made the nation legally in Lawtey Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. !May, of Hampton Rebecca hitehead. aald nnn-nwldpnt nilnnt 1 hP and, in hi'rcliynittilnxl .
: I would ask (hot you please give to nnprar to the lilll, of cnmnlaintnlod
dry, and the nineteenth accorded and Mrs. Phillips and family, attended church at Rock Saturday W. E. Torodo win transacting business this ilK much publicity as possible, as In MalH ratine on or before Monday the
lath day <>r February. A. 1). 1922.) !! nthnrwiMtin
I Simeon D. Woolen Mr. and Mrs. and Sunday.
to the women of tho nation the J'I i in Jacksonville Friday it will be of great benefit to i I' number oll..Uon. of unlii bill will tw. .taken aacnnfViiiHMl

right to vote-to keep it dry. The I S. Norman and baby, Howard were I| Mrs. C. S. Litchfield and sons, of S. W. Leach, and son, Edward'ofJacksonville of taxpayers( in your city and, vi. by said dcfondant.
f It It la furthrr oruVrctl that tha order W publlnlH'.l '
eighteenth was good, but would have I visiting J. S. Phillips of Theressa Clayno, were guests! of J. B. Thomas were guests Sunday of cinity. IIn.. n work for four eonmicutive .....k.

T been I Thursday, the occasion being Mr. Phil- Sunday.Mr.! : I In the Bradford County' Tclrnrnnh, a newspa
: ,, a failure without the nineteenth, Mr. and Mrs A. A. Smith. I Wo suggest that taxpayers inquireof per iiulillnned In said county and ittata.
:$! which beyond the shadow of doubt ]lip's 70th birthday.D. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas were Thin. January 0, 11)22.
a I Dr. and !Mrs E. L. Digs! of Starke, the postmaster' as to whore the ,
L. Phillips J. S. Norman Mr. business visitors to Starke Thursday. O. W. AU'PR\1AN.:
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first aid to the enforcement of the
It,, were visitors to Lawtey Saturday.! deputy can be found In your city. (Spat) rle..kCJF circuit Court.
';:eighteenth. Cherry and son were visitors to tho Frank Reynolds and! Misses Rhoda Miss Louise Blanchard, of Jacksonville Starke, Feb 11, 15, Ifl. I It, \. KNIOIIPRHEHIFK3 .

:;"Why do I affirm ? For the fol- State Farm Sunday. Lomie and Alva Thomas and Avy V""ulClr..l<.
li so spent the week-end with her Hampton, 1-Vb. 17, II$. B K. I'EFmYMAN

,lowing reasons. Affirmation without Hcilbronn Baptist Sunday school] Starling attended church at Graham parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- I Lake Butler, Feb. 20, 21.Respectfully Solicitor for Comnlnlnant. 1-f5-M1l-2.11!

'',;proof does not weigh much with those met Sunday afternoon with an unusual Thursday night. chard. ] -

''' 'who think. So here we go. attendance Messrs. Edd! xaiTiorough and John D. T. GEROW I st I.tHerb
; Dorsey Higginbotham Kited( relatives not IP* I. vlvim that I. W J, Fppwi-.
'1\1.\! Because the of this I. N. Norman, of Plant City, la visiting Reynolds of Starke viola nlii rlT( of .
i j,v women natu1 Reynolds I in Mnxville Saturday. I II Collector.Don't won > Bradford County Klorldti, astir -
tion are more vitally concerned about in our section. and Harley Thomas! of Graham attended I r and. by virtue of that certain writ of ..*..
j Miss! Lena Friego returned! home cut Ion indued out of and under the bund and

f'i}(the enforcement of the eighteenth church at Rock Sunday.Ziff I Satrrday from Jacksonville, where i complain bocauso( your husband anal fart of county the,clerk Florida' of the itKnlnnt circuit R. rourt O. inimn.: of grab and ....
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I' amendment than the men, because THERESSA school will clone today after a I she spent two weeks visiting relativesand is an inveterate smoker lie will | in favor of Vfrflinla-Caroltntft Chemical Com.

Y'Lthey' have suffered more at the hands five months successful term taughtby I friends.A. be more accustomed to it in the here- pan". A.corporation, and dnlcd, (h.. :2nd dnv ..fJammrv.
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1022 will ofTVr 10.0\ and .11| to
-a of the lawless saloonkeepers] moon- Theressa, Jan. 27.-Kev. Jones, of Prof. T. B. Pinholater and sister, A. Crews of after. I the hlvtiitit nm! bent Mildrr for cash In front
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shiners! and bootleggers than the Lake City, preached at the Baptist Lubedia. Highland, was a of the onrtbmin door In Htarko, 1 trad To rrountr. .
;' visitor here Saturday.Mrs. I Florida durlnir the \haul\ hour of
",\1aen. church Saturday and Sunday.W. i 1 Being of a practical turn of mind, unto, on Monday, the Ath ditv of Filiruary.1UUJ. .
Ellis
W. Packham Norton returned to her for Ih. purpimo of antlnfylnit sold VK.. ),
2. Because trust was transacting SAMPSON CITY we are to seeing too really
women are more averse '
many '
I home in Jacksonville Saturday, after nut ion, the foltowlntc mil estate In Hradfor' 1(
(worthy in matters pertaining to law ,,, business in Waldo during the week- 'spending several days hero with relatives good people in this world. The county, Florida -to-wltt 1J
end. Sampson City Jan. 27.-Messrs. Rout.h wwit Quarter of Southcant QUM rtr.
enforcement ,
[ that affect the lives of newspaper profession N" crowded as' It .
and friends. and' North Half\ of South w*.t Qu"rt.r of
[their sons, husbands and fathers than I I Samuel and Percy Woodard were Hogan Smith, Lytik William'? and II. ; Is. Hi uthw.nt Quarter except 9 1-8 Harm lylntr l.
Harold lligginhotham, of Mnxville\ A In Northw eornor tbirrrof. mtm\\
[ visitors to Hampton Saturday. B. Nabb were business visitors to the iiimro
the average man. spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives Bv*.. fl.1. Twp .8 South. Runir tt.: runt: !
"3. Because the preservation I I II. S. Roebuck, of Gainesville, wasa county seat Saturday.Mrs. j i America, we arc told has annexed W. J. FPPERSON.BbrrlfT .
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protection in Lawtoy.
visitor here home R. Burrows Leo and Willie tho of of Bradford County FlorId..
the world.!
j and safeguarding of the Sunday, returning gold supply But at n. F.. KNIOHT.

life of the nation is a matter of ChiJd-1 Monday. Clyde, of Starke, spent Saturday here Miss Eunice Whitehead of: Starke, that we appear to have slipped a cog. l-A-5t-2-a.Attorney for IMitlnUn In Fi.calinn.

'er to the of Mesdames W. T. Wallace and W. fishing. spent Sunday at her home here, returning We have still to collcw: the silver anti!
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| concern women
Hall and Calvin the Miss Ethel Varnes visitor to to her studies in Lt. II. S.
son was a
were
.. tion than it is to the men. Therefore, among copper. MASTER'S sALe!:

,\the nineteenth amendment which visitors to Hampton Saturday Gainesville Saturday.Miss I Monday.Dr. I i _*. ... N"llca I. hereby utven that under nn.1\ >"

S. B. Woodard has returned home Effie Sloan is' visiting her aunt E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was n j) We will never be really poor in this vlrtuo of that certain anal ....0.... of incr.elu.un .
gives the women the right of suffrage, mad and ntttrrd on January 2, tU22.
\ from Lake Geneva, where he has been this week. professional visitor here Thursday. country na long as we have congress I by the Judge! of the Circuit Court In and far
In
first aid to the enforcement of the
eighteenth amendment. This is true, employed for several days. Daner Hall is very ill at this writ- Rev. E. p. Boyer lied his regular as an asset and allow] them to fix their 1 anti Ilrndfard wh.r.ln' .:01101 J.,.W.Florida Towniancl., In T.that J. ei-rtulit Townloen" -

W. A .Jones was among the visitors ing. appointment at the Inglis Baptist own value. j and J. I). Aldorman. an Bxiwuton of the
cas you all can see. _. ___u. church ,| .mint' of W. O. Townii.ndl. dt.ci Mn..d. a...
.|' "4. Because the nineteenth amendment to Starke Saturday.W. Messrs. Kay Uoouge, Joe William', Sunday.Henry I' If your friends are no numerous as' romplrtlnontn, and p. S Itanmark. Kmlly:

W. Packham has purchased Dogan Nabb and Willie Edmondson Bennett of Jacksonville wasa Denmark tila wife, and Bank of Lake (Butler ._
a to be embarrassing just tell] them the
". was bitterly opposed. By who? I : a corporation, ar. di'trndnnU, the nn*
;By political bosses, ring politicians, Ford car.Arthur. were among the visitors to the county visitor to Lawtey first part of tho truth for once. They'll] flit. I dornlirnitdi will, olTvr for anln and will m-ll for
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I cash to th hlirhMt and "bent blddor. In troo'of
Bennett and John Hall week
i corruptionista, grafters, liquor interests were seat.Misses tin courthoua door In Starka. ItrnilfordCounty
: visitors to Hampton Saturday. Irene and Thelma Cain, of James Starling, of Baldwin, spent' If it is true that sleep is conduciveto Florida, on Monday, th. flth. dRY ofFrbruarv
house and all
bawdy keepers, 19112 during the Irual huts.. of 1
1,parasites that thrive upon wrecked Bennie Roebuck, of Gainesville, is Louise, spent Saturday evening here Sunday here. lie returned to his beauty, we fear Homo people should ...1. on aald. day, for the .."."',.. of .,,110" "

spending a few days here with rela] with their aunt, Mrs. W. H. SJoan.Mr. work Sunday evening. never wake up. /Inn said. final d.ar.w. the following rest ratnta Ii" !.
manhood womanhood and
and
:; grow lylnir and bulnir In Bradford County Dor
tives. and Mrs. R. Burrows and Evy The town jail, which has been an Ida .towltt8oiitlit
rich under bad laws, living/ upon the NOTICE op" srorKiioiDEim MEETING
disintegration of the moral and Hugh Norton was a visitor to the Woodard, of Starke, spent Sunday afternoon eyesore for some time on account of Nntlco 1)1) lierthv nlvvn that the rtHiiliti annual iuit Quarter of Bouthrant' Quratf ofSrcuon
re- ...
15.vrnn\ 4 as deeded ntri also Nnrth-
Saturday. here of Mrs. W. II. it' condition mprtlntr fit tho Htuekhnldnr. of tha Hampton t
metropolis is
county guests dilapidated
no more.
,
::'Hgious fibre of the state and nation. Slnto Hunk will b* hold In III liunklnurnnma rant Ouartnr of Northi-ant jiiartvr of Hurt om .j
Several] of the young folks enjoyeda Sloan. It was torn down lust week. But that In HnnipUm. Florida on TtipMclnr. January 22 all aalil lands b.ln.f In 'iownihlp" six "
.rAnd why ? Simply because the nineteenth South n""ntr. 20 Eant.
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.C. Edgar Sparks and sister, Gracie, attended (ILeA not mean there Is no place to 10. 10J2. at 1 tail p. m., to. I'li-ct a boom A. S.
.i\ amendment vouchsafed to the of dirurtora fur tho nanintc y* r and trammel cREws
J. Ballinfrer Saturday night. church here Sunday. lock up offender/ should there be om. auch other biiHlfi. .... ua may coma hnfnr them I Special Mater. In Cha"",-" j i
!i ;Women of the nation the right to vote, A. A. FUTC1I. I, D. E. KNIOHT. tSollclUir
i,the right to enter into politics. AnU John Hall has been spending several] Rev. D. Crews of New River, (filled In the town hall two good sized! rooms l-8-lt ';:..hl-.. for Comidntnanta. l-( -5t. -i "'.

Waldo with relatives.M. here Sun
at
Jf these rough-necks knew that women days his regular apopintment -- -- . -.-_._ _. ... ---- \
I W. Lee of Lakeside vis- [
i have was a
always made better everything day.Marvin
itor to the seat visitor hero i
county Saturday.Mrs Ogden was a .
they have entered, and they therefore
.J. II. Moore of Starke visited
Sunday. r
feared their vote and influence would I
|overthrow bad government. her son, D. W. Moore, here recent- Miss Nona Brown attended churchat

\ "I regard their oppositon as the ly.C. Graham Sunday night f ,
A. Younpiblood/ ] was a visitor to Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Parrlsh and Viola
highest compliment they could have
Waldo Thursday.Mrs. made! a business trip here Saturday
womanhood. I'oli-
paid to American i iJob
Floy Sullivan entertained her afternoon.J. .
[tics has deformed the men of this na- Commercial
Sunday school] class with a party at II. Raulerson, of Georgia, was at
believe that the
[tion, and I verily
I her home Saturday afternoon Several the bedside of his nephew part of
few
women of this nation will in a
were indulged in but the last week.
games
[years reform politics. God grant that I
feature of the evening was "pinningthe Duggar Jones made a business tripto
[it be so.
"may I hat on the lady," which was enjoyed Starke Saturday.W. ,
5. Because all of the speeches
by nil. After the games were II. Sloan and sons, Homer and Printing
the nineteenth
made in congress against -
the little invited into the visitors to S .
amendment were made by over guests were Emory, were among

the dining room where delicious Starke Saturday. ?
congressmen and senators from states I
home made cakes and candies, and Messrs. Carl Wynn and Linn Brown ,
where woman suffrage had never been "
I fruit were served. Mrs. Sullivan was made a business trip to the county r
t tried, and were made by men who
assisted in serving the guests by her seat Saturday.
have always been supporters of "big I
[[ with and sister, Miss Eunice Bennett. Those Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas and chil- ,
business, and sympathizers: :'
supporters, of the liquor interests, and present were, Jessie Owsley, Nealie dren, Rex and One, of Cooter Pond, I

[ Youngblood; ] Toreza and Lucile Ben- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Harris -
iquor organizations."This I
fact proves that they believed nett. David and Howard Moore, Jas- Sunday.Jim .

per Bennett, James Swindel and Theodore Varnes was a visitor to Starke
[ that the nineteenth amendmentould
Holder. CARDS
be "first aid in the enforcement Sunday.Mr.
Richard Holder and family are Hall arrived home Friday to be t
the eighteenth.
of" obey the lews moving to Starke this week.S. at the bedside of his son, who is very POSTERS
6. Because women ,
stand B. Woodard was a visitor to ill with typhoid fever. I
[,better than men, and therefore,
has returned to ENVELOPES
for law enforcement better than men. Hampton Monday. Volley McKinney :

"what the obey law better than men, I Gainesville, after spending some time I ,'

prove by the prison records of our ZIFF here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. BILL HEADS I

These show that for every J. A. J. McKinney.
tand. Zit, Jan. 27.-A quiet wedding was Sol Thomas made a business trip NOTE HEADS ,
:Woman in there are 20 men.
prison
'
solemnized at the home of Mr. and Ui the county seat Saturday. ', ; I
; that I am safe in say- f'
'taus you see, WINDOW CARDS
J. Thomas
to obedience Mrs. B. Sunday morning Dock Warren was among: the visitors -
fin that when it comes I
g
at ten o'clock when their daughter/: to Gainesville Sunday.
Eto law, and to worthy qualities and SHIPPING TAGS -
l.omie and Mr. Frank
Reynolds of
I Miss Effie Edmondson attended ser
t of Americai
qualifications the
[ ] women
Graham, were united in marriage vices at Graham Sunday night.
i of the
: i 75 per cent the superiors c'rIemony. LETTER HEADS
Rev J. H. Kelly performing the Wiley Edmondson was among the
of
honor to the women
} All
icn. Their friends wish' them all Graham .
visitors to Sunday. t
,: imericat! They are the freest and yet happiness. C f '

"" j he finest women on the face of the r,. R. Waldron and sister, Mrs. Cia LAWTEY
""'. the most modest,
earth. They are
1 of Ocala] :!
ra Ueiger, spent Sunday .
i'Jf. louRhtful: ], refined, and the best and .
here visiting friends. Lawtey, Jan. 27.-A. II. Harley] at- .
'
/1lafest\ counsellors we men can obtain. Mr. and Mr. Luke Drawdy, of La- tended the Masonic grand lodge in .
\ home builders in the
hey are the Crosse, spent Sunday with their brother Jacksonville last week.

rorld. They are the most queenly D. D. Thomas.: Marcus Brown, of Starke, was "a ?

.itlzens, the sweetest sweethearts and Messrs. Dowry and Dalathian] Star- visitor to Lawtey Friday. t.

eetest wives and above all, the best ling and Elms HInes, Misses Orrle\ and Rev. E. D. Boyer and daughter,

others on the face of God's earth. Mary Thom of Cooter Pond, spent Jewel, were visitors to Baldwin last BradfordCounty ,
all I hear and read,
"And despite
1 Sunday hero with Avy Starling Thursday.Miss .

' om pessimists and critics, concern- Messrs. P: ve Greene, Evan Hodge, Catherine McLeod, of Jack-

\ ig woman' dress; yes, despite short Tom Marke' mil! Misses Alvah Thomas sonville, spent the week-end here as i

/((1)-: irts, X-ray stockings and wish Pearl! allJ I Ruby Greene, of Pine the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.

,,1\:\ nes which are obvious to all, I be- Hill, attend the wedding here Sun- Blanchard.E. .
womanhood. I be.J' -
American
( eve in B. Wells, was transacting business -

/ ve that women of today are as vir- day.Mrs.. W. .r Moody and daughter, In Jacksonville Thursday and J

( jous, taken as a whole, as our mothVSrs [ I
"I Jewel, of L- Vnsxe, attended the Rey-. Friday.
of 50 and 100
and grandmothers nolds-Thorn' wedding Sunday. Miss Jeannette Bennett, of Jacksonville -

fears ago. I don't want to entertain Services
1 f'" depressed estimate of our woman- _.. Lawtey the first part of the week. TelegraphSTARKE.
"
j 00. Rev. and Mrs. Hamitt arrived here

I Wednesday and are located In the par-
,'.j'' A pretty women may be quite with- f,66 '
sonage. Rev. Hamitt Is the new pas
: t friends, and yet possess the eter- FLORIDA

1 gratitude of the druggist. Will break>l a Cold Fever and To Cure a Cold .In Ono Day

,'It Grippe r; er than anything Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE!: (Tablet. ) I I
\ Keep the world guessing and you we know J, eventing pneumoniaAdv. MUM thii Cough and McBilvha and web no tr :
I not be forgotten. Cud r W. C.KOVE* atur.on ucb boa. 3ui '1


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P.4r.p. Rrr.nT BRADFORD COUNTY TELE 'JRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA J I'.m.\Y. JANUARY 27, 1922:!:!.

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Rev. Clinch Odom, of Pcnsacola, '! L. L. Johns, of Pine; Hill; was inhere :(! Sunday afternoon here with friend. 'published in the papers! Wedn* 'd,, '
last week. j S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a business l- brought the information that thi .8. '
of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
: was a guest
= I II
.. ricultural department of tha '
y Odom last week. Dora Tyson was a visitor here last visitor here Saturday.Mrs. g I week. C. W. Colson and children, of moot is planning to establish a pecan
Oulter Boyd, of Worthington 1 was
I County News Items 1 transacting! business in town Satur! Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and Pine Hill, were visitors here Satur- experiment station at some point ,? ''
': f day. : mother of New River, were in our day afternoon. the South. Florida Is making tort
Saturday in strides in culture and
Steve Casun. of New River, was a i section last week. Roswell Ward spent pecan then .
business visitor to town Saturday af- | Reddish/: Andrea of New River, was Alachua. seems to be no reason why thh ,ta.
( 1seareetIng Pacts Gathered During tl>e Week by Our ternoon. in our burg Saturday. A. J. Sowell is on the sick list this : tion should not be secured for t tht

;., I Regular Correspondents. Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Joe Moody was in New River Monday -: week. state. Bradford county is pralmhly 'i'
__ Proctor spent the week-end at their on business. M.S. G. C. Mills! of Ona, was in making greater strides in nut oil.
-w--
-_____ ._-- home ut Five Mile. 1 B. Johns, of Starke, was in our section -' our town last week. ture than any other county in t tigstate
LAKE BUTLER Valdosta after a visit with M r P.M Marcus Dekle and Ardell Drawdy last week. I Mrs. Rosier, of Lawtey, who spent and no lands anywhere an ht.<
t Padgett.F. of Five Mile, were looking after business C.:: A. Johns, of New River, was here last week here with relatives, returned : tei adapted to pecans. We should
t last week. to her home Saturday. have a good chance to secure the
Lake Butler, Jan. 27.-Jeff Harris L. Wise spent Friday and Saturday in town Saturday. ,( ex.
I P. A. Crosby and son! Claude, spent periment station, and the Telegraph
, bridge foreman for the Southern railway in Macon, Ga. The musical entertainment given at i| Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe, of New
has moved his camp cars here Mr. Droke left this week for Jack- the school auditorium Monday even- River were here Sunday. Saturday in Lake Butler. Lake But- suggests that our citizens communicate
I Dr. and Mrs. King, of at once with the Florida
I ing the rep
by Industrial studentswas
Georgia
'.' this week. sonville, where he has accepted a po I I Among those attending the sing at here Wednesday.
visitors and senators
ler
.v were sentatives regarding
. ,, fl his greatly enjoyed and we will look Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers Saturday tie
flu Droke spent last Friday at sition. He contemplates moving forward i Mrs T. L. Malphurs and Miss Pearl matter. Let them know that we
to their are
; Lake Butler in the fu coming again. I night were Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rivers
Raiford. to
family
near of Wade have been hereon and that
I Damptha, Interested we would like to
Miiis Margaret Anderson of Ral Mrs. Lavender, wno bas been 111 at Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mr. and
a visit with relatives have this government institution
ford, was a "guest at Edgar Hotel last ture.Mr.. and Mrs. Powell, of Palatka, the Edgar Hotel, has recovered and Mrs. W. M.: Hodges, Rachel Tyson, in Bradford county. located -
t'\ _week. are pleasantly located at the Edgar has gone: for a visit with her father, I Alpha, Iva and :Minnie Hodges, Dora PECAN:"' EXPERIMENT STATION

J Willard Parker, of New River, wall Hotel. Mr. Powell has accepted a position Mr. Merritt, of New River. and Florence Tyson, Clarence Adktns, -
transacting business in Lake Butler at the light plant. Rollie Bielling and sisters Misses 'I Joe and Dave Tyson. A press dispatch from Washington Subscribe to the Telegraph.
Saturday. ter a visit of several weeks with rel- Alberta and Lota, spent the week-end I Miles Crews was [in New River sec

The Blues of class six of the Meth- ativen. I at Providence with their parents. j tion Monday.S. .
odist church entertained at a party Miss Annie Twitty returned to her I B. Y. P. U. met Sunday evening C. Crews was attending to bus-
J for the Reds, who won in a three I home in South Carolina Thursday and rendered an interesting program. 'j'I ness in New River Monday. A Record of Achievement.

months content for new members and ter a pleasant visit with Mrs. P. af-/ I. W. Pinholster, of Brooker, w'=s a ,
I / visitor here Friday. FORD RETAIL SALES GO OVER A
I attendance for new members. The I Padgett. I
E. A. Strout
branch of the Farm
The Bradford County Ageny
f party was held at the home of the | The W. C. T. U. speaker was with' a MILLION .
r teacher, Mrs. T. L. Wise. The mem- Mr. and in Jacksonville.Mrs. II. Rosenberg spent us Sunday evening at 7:30: at the club I :j has made a record of achievement during its first year. We have :
Sunday i
room. I Show Increase of 105,000: Cars and sold of Bradford during the '
bership has been enlarged to 21 mem- Sheriff W. S. Brannen! Jr., J. R. i fifty parcels county property year, .
bers. Many games were enjoyed by Townsend and Lee Brannen'motored Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle and song and Trucks Over Previous Year I and many of our purchasers are now valuable citizens of the

the bonfire in the yard and a two- to Starke Thursday. Miss Rheally, of Florahome, were the I county. A telegram received Wednesday from the company's "
course dinner was served consisting of week-end "guests of Mrs, Susie Town- Retail tales of Ford cars, trucks
Mesdames W. F. Twitty and R. W. I headquarters advises us that the Starke agency is winner of the '
chicken pilitu, potato salad, pickles, and Fordson tractors have again exceeded 'J.
Stevens returned to their home in send.Mrs. i second for the Southern Division which that
prize means
sandwiches, hot cocoa and fruit salad Joe Crews returned Saturday : hte million mark for the year only 4 ,
and cake. Leroy Mizelle motored to Worthington afternoon to Jacksonville, where she 1921, according to a statement given lone other agency in the Southeastern State made more sales t

, ., Those present were Mrs. Wise, MM.Monday J. H. Marshburn afternoon is on the sick I has been at the bedside of her son, out today by the Ford Motor Com- than we did. Considering that we are a new agency and that we
and Martin Loadholtz.. whn l.. n.ilna11.....( .... ill I pany. in with established for I
t. ::.' Misses Ethel RaulersonFrankie list this week. ''''- -- --- u. were competition agencies many years, we \
I Ol,,;a Priester, Ruby Philips, Henriet Johns entertained number I at this writing. ] The Ford factory and assembly are proud of the record of our first year in Starke '.0
George
a A party of folks I plant production figured
', ta Padgett, Mabel Driggem, Alt-no young motored to reached a total -
\: 'I Knight, Messrs. Willie Dekle, Joe of his little friend at his home on I Raiford Friday evening to attend a of 1,050,740 cars, trucks and trac- We attribute this fine showing first to the fact that we have s<
Main street last Friday evening. cane grinding. I tors for the with I good lands to offer home-seekers then to the
; Ji'>ncs, Mae Kennedy, Aubrey Major, i, year, retail sales by co-operation of I II
John Hitch, Townsend, Clarence Rob- Many games were played and deli- Tom Dukes, of Five Mile, was a I dealers approximating 1,093,000 which I those who have lands listed with us, and co-operation of the cit '

f:, firtH, J. C. Priester, Raiford Rosen cious Delma refreshments Loadholtz were had served.the misfortune business visitor to town last week. {'I! in the United States alone surpassed izens generally, all of whom are anxious to have new-comers: locate -
t, Moss Hewitt, of Five Mile, was at- the 1920! retail sales record by 10.1,213I "
berg.Mrs. to break his arm Tuesday after- ; tending to business in Lake Butler Ford cars and trucks. I here.
T. P. Anderson, of Live Oak, noon. Saturday.Miss | The Ford Company says the outlook 1I With this co-operation continued we will make our second

in the guest of her mother, Mrs: S. A. Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at. Lena Flynn, of Newberry, was : for 1922 is decidedly optimistic. In I'year still bigger. We are just beginning to get our gait.
Richard. '
the State Farm.J. a guest of Miss Marshall Proctor the : tact, concrete evidences already exist I Since the opening of the agency here we have sold the follow. ;;I
Missus Belle
and
Nita Richard have 1 1I
J. Jones, of Micanopy, was a guest first of the week. in that car and trucks retail sales] for
returned to their home in Tampa, af- of J. W. Townsend last week. i I ing persons: .j
Supt. O. L. Mizelle motored over to December, 1921, exceeded December, I
.. Worthington Friday evening. 1920, sales by almost 25:\ per cent, I Wm. A. Clason, N. Y. A. Belanger, Mich. Leona A. MeCI ung I
a..wWtoWwWws-------ewwswgww@tuwwmauwtowuumintwaaeclwmRwwwwwanewwwul-- Moving pictures were shown in the land Fordson tractor retail sales for !I Mich. Alfred Peterson, Ind. B. W. Whitaker, Ky. I. I. Lamber,

upstairs of the McKinney building an !i the same periods shows an increase Ala. C. P. Lewis, Wis. R. P. Jones, Wis. Mrs. F. Freymouth, N. Y.

] Saturday evening. i of 1921 over, as well 100 per cent for December, 'I Clarence Harnsbuger, N Y. Frank Dickman, Wia. G. M. Schwab,
as an increase the
GRAHAM: !I I 1 total tractor sales for the month over of 'Ohio. E. A. Fowler, Fla. W. R. Cheshire, Fla. Fred Deck, Ind.

,, November. M. M. Martin, Ky. Mollie Blowers, Ohio. W. L. Wagner, Pa. Max

Graham, Jan. 27.-Messrs. Robbie I These facts seem to Indicate that Klosterman, Ky. Tice Hutsell, Fla. Frank Geiger, Fla. G. W. Beverly
and Math Wasdin were business vis- j not only are the farmers.buying N. C. A. H. Brownlee N. J
I more A. D. Cherry, N. C. J. D. Norman -
: i itors to the county seat Monday. freely| but that the
general
Lewis I public Is Ky. Sarah J. Corburn, Va. Mr. J. Corburn, Va. Mrs. Ada
Matthews, of becoming
Hampton, was more responsive and
'I recep Sauer Pa. Mrs.
Catherina
I la business visitor here Tuesday. tive. Gonzales, N. Y. W. Williams, Canada. .

!. Earney Dowling, of Hampton, made I Another point brought out by a John W. Andrews, Mass. D. L. Lander, Fla. M. T. Uncapher, Col.

.. i. a business trip here Wednesday. i comparison; of production figure's/ for H. S. Waller, Ga. Ernest Thornquest, Fla. R. A. Koon, S. C. Dr. "4

Elberton Blue Georgia Granite Mesdames Ed Parrish and Eston I the past two years shows that Ford J. H. Carradene, Miss. J. R. Haynes, N. C CE.. Wood, Fla. Clifford 'r

I "THE STONE ETERNAL" Brown visited relatives at Sampson enclosed cars are gaining in popular- Hydorn, la. Adolph Hubner, Mich. H. Knight, Canada. J.
l f: Thursday. ity, as 23 per cent of the 1921
And GEORGIA MARBLE-in its various shades make Messrs. Edgar Rp.-irks and Wiley I tion were /sedans: and coupes produc-against W. Wilson, Tenn. E. Knotts, Mich. W. N. Ladue, Va. E. D. Card,

Edmondson, Misses Effie Edmondsonand !a total of 18 per cent for the year Mich. Mrs. Torrella, Porto Rica. Mr. Terbush, N.: Y.

: MEMORIALS Irene Thomas were .visitors to the previous.

\, c' county seat Saturday. I:I I Recent reductions in Ford car and E. A. Strout Farm Agency

Renowned Robbie Waadin left Monday for St'j I truck prices brought them to a new

( Louis, where he has accepted a posi I low level. The touring car now sejls G- M. INMAN, Representative
FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY tion. I for $318, the runabout for $319, the
i O. W. Dyal made a business trip to coupe for $580, the sedan for $G3& -
and EVERLASTING
\ ENDURANCE Breaker Wednesday.Mr. I the chassis for $283 and the truck for '

.I If.' and Mrs. Johnny Surrency and $430, all f. o. b. Detroit.
I Three essential Factor to be considered in buying This
mon children spent Sunday with relativesat I is the fourth price cut in the
'" uments, are, J BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP. Brooker. past sixteen months. During that time ,
a RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combir. Frank Reynolds and Miss Lomah the price of the touring car alone has I

"'I l/ \ nation when buying our material. Thomas, of Ziff, were business callers been cut from $575 to $318, a reduc II '
.,\ r' I Ito( the county seat Thursday.Ed tion of 40 per cent. Reductions on I :
,. COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. Parrlsh and family, Eston Brown some of the other types have been even -
Leading Manufacturer of the SouthField and family Misses Irene Thomas and greater.

or Special Representative, Viola Starling attended the party at The Ford Compnay believes that p

1j'i' W. ELLERY DAVIS..STARKE FLA. Sampson Friday night. this reduction, while not a large one, !
I '" ,
r There will be a musical program is especially important at this time! All

1 -_--- .........u.. .u..u. .u ___.._......,,,.,,,,,., consisting of solos, duets and quar it should go a l long way t ;dbii. rf
---
", tettes and a box supper at the Chris- izing market conditions.
i .
, ------ tian church Saturday night, January Ford Is giving employment !
at
'L __ _... a.rfl..SneS..r ._ ..r.rn.r.re + pres- :
'. -- _. ..- I ent to approximately 40,000
"- = 28th.The men in
' TlHl program will be in charge of,I his main plant at Detroit the importance
I I
'J p. W. F. Burton, who is representing of which Is emphasized when ,
the Tuscaloosa Music Co., of Nashville consideration is given to the fact that
Tenn. Everybody invited, and nearly 20 per cent of the city's pop- WILLYS =KNIGHT

bring a friend.Committee ulation is directly dependent upon the
i I Will Jones, Jesse Og- Ford Motor Company .1
i II tlII den'Mrs. M. C. Abernathy and Mrs. Sleeve-Valve Motor Improves With Use

Equilla pixon. BROOK ER H
4
LONG BRIDGE Brooker, Jan. 27.-The union meet The \Villys-Knight owner
i
.,' II I THE UNIVERSAL CAR ing will be held here Friday, Saturdayand seldom dips into his pocketbook '
1 f:' Long Bridge, Jan. 27.-Sorry to report Sunday. Everybody invited to
'\ B. F. Renfroe numbered On the come. to pay for repairs or {

.'": New Prices sick list. I' I. W. Pinholster, P. A. Crosby and adjustments. l'
Dr. King, of Lake Butler, passed C J. Crews were visitors to Starke ,)'
through our section Monday enrouteto Tuesday afternoon. So dependable is the Sleeve-
F."O.'B./DETROIT New River. I The school will close Friday and an Valve Motor that it rarely

;,, ;" a EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th Melvin McKinney of Miami, and 'entertainment will be given Friday requires even impacten.The 1.
Leaaton Crews, of Wateroak, were in night at the schoolhouse. Everyone :

Chassis $285 our section last week. ,invited. satisfaction that. comes I
:' Runabout $319 Mrs. Rachel Tyson, of New River, : The Baptist church, which is being from Willys-Knight rform"
spent Sunday here with her daughter, painted by R. E. Reisman, is nearly
':, Touring Car $348 Mrs. Joe Hodges and family. completed. This will help improve the ance is such that owners prefer 1
Among those who attended the par- looks of our little town. this car to any other at \
.i !I'. Truck Chassis $430 ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Sowell, of Alachua, any price. I W

Crews Thursday night were, Ruby pent Monday afternoon here. .
. { Coupe $580 j;8 and Rose Johns Alphie, Iva and Min- Mrs. J. W. Surrency and children r

I j\;\ ;i. Sedan $645 nie Hodges of New River, Tony Tea- spent the week-end at Bradford. $
tone, of Pine Hill, Adam Tyson of J. H. Sowell, of Cooter Pond, spent 1ID9DTourjng >

; r These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in New River, Georgia Rivers, Grace Sunday here with his parents, Mr. .
'1 \ f the history of the Ford Motor Company. Welch, Evelyn Smith, Homer Welch, and Mrs. A. J. Sowell. ,
i : Leaston Crews, Melvin McKinney Lucian Hazen, of Bland, spent Sun
b. Toledo
: ,' HI i'; I Orders are coming in fast, so place yours Joe and Dave Tyson, of New River, day here with his parents, Mr. and f. o. .

17 i, promptly to insure early delivery. Everett Renfroe, Maude Crews, J. E. Mrs. G. W. Hazen. Roadster t473 Coupe 2193 Sedan 92395 '.
' \ ,; C II Crews. Many games were enjoyed un- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and little son
r 1' .. C CC J. W. ANDREWS, JR. I til a late hour, then they all left, of> Lake Butler, spent the weekend

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:' +' I II their kindness. Mrs. D.-W. Kelly, of New River, ." STARKE FLORIDA. i
r II. T Parnell, of New River, passed spent Wednesday afternoon here at I

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