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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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JLUME FORTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922. MJMIIER; THIRTY-Wit)

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COMPANY "G" INSPECTED PEGGY ON TilE CARPET 1 CHURCHES OF CHRIST CONVENTION : BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES DISMAL WEATHER AT THE METHODIST CHURCH

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"IIp.ttor Satisfied and Company Was Whereas complaint has been filed The church will engage in worshipand Tail End of Blizzard Has Sting For Sunday school at 10 a. m. E. K.

Highly Complimented with the Railroad Commissioners of Event a Great Success and Will BeLong I work at the usual hours next Florida. Perryman, superintendent. Let's see

the State of Florida alleging that the RememberedThe Lord's day. The Bible school, which who will "beat" to the top of the

11'' Saturday afternoon Co. G, 154th Infantry passenger train schedules of the Sea- begins its session at I J:15: : a. m. is a The weather here of late has been mountain.

was subjected to I one of tho board Air Line Railway Company over Fifth Sunday Convention of the I good place to spend an hour in the "rotten" us a drummer expressed it. Preaching both morning and eve

periodical inspections, the inspectorbeing its Wannce branch in Alachua and Churches' of Christ convened at the social study of the Word of God. Sunday! January :22nd'!: ut noon, it began ning by tho pastor. The subject at 11a.

; Col. Earl C. Connanan, instruc- Bradford counties, Florida do not Christian church in Starke Saturday Divine worship at 11 o'clock. The to cloud up and until noon Sat- m. will be, "Elijah Back on tho Battlefield

;-(or of the Florida National Guard, meet the convenience, comfort and Interest I morning and ended Sunday evening. pastor will speak on Seizing the Op urday-just six days-it remained ," and "The< Church's Power

.Accompanied by Gen. Chas P. Lovell, of the public therefore, The convention was composed of delegates portunity. The evening service, which cloudy, cold and often drizzling. Saturday and! Itellponsibility' will be, the topicin

.', '',Adjutant general of Florida. Take notice that the railroad com- from the several Churches of begins at 7:30: will be (evangelistic! in at 1:10 p. >n., the sun shone the evening.Our .

';r''J The records of the company and the missioners of the state of Florida will Christ in Bradford and Union counties nature. Dr. Mullen has announced a out and it began to turn colder. Sun- prayer meetlng-Biblu study, every

I'government property in its possessionwere be in session on Friday February 10, but many of the others of the special sermon on one of the greatly day morning there was a frost, but Wednesday! evening: at 7:30.:

first inspected and no faults 1922, at 11 o'clock a. m., in the Cir members also came and with a close neglected parables of our Lord, namely nothing was hurt; the chilly, sunless Do you like to ride in a car or driveit

'Were found. Then came the inspec- cuit court room of the Alachua county attendance of the members of Starke The Strong !Man and the Stronger. weather had made the vegetation durI when it Is limping along, skippingon

,,'tion of the men, their arms and ac- courthouse at Gainesville\ Florida, to and vicinity. Pastor Dougherty's temple This will be found in Luke's Gospel, I mant. Sunday was n lovely day and two cylinders? W'II. it Isn't any

coutrements. This was followed by hear and consider whether or not the was occupied to capacity at every the eleventh chapter and! the twenty- many were basking In the sun, declaring more fun "trying" to run a church t

tnanual of arms and marching. Almost present passenger train schedules of service. III lit and twenty-second verses. The they were warm for the first with half of the members missing", :

>> every man of the company was! the, Seaboard Air Line Railway Company These churches are affiliated with entire, chapter makes very profitable time in a w'ek.tontillY! it turned from the services. No, it won't do

present! every man was accoutered over its Wannec branch meets! "The Restoration Movement," whichis reading, and this should here_ d! be- warmer and rain began ngniaTflusday either for one spark plug to any, "The ..
'..according to regulation and was doing the public convenience, !comforfand unfettered by ecclesiastici4m7. denominational fore hearing the srl11on-Try the experiment night. rest of them are working, they won't
best. names and denomina- of reading! tho chapter In demoralized miss me if I loaf a while." Neither
, hit; is Interest; and to further hear and consider Last week all business was -
""' j4 After the inspection, which had beenTrost what changes, if any, in passenger tional creeds and is therefore seekingto which the text is found, and its benefits oji account of bail weather will it do for any church member to

t critical, the commissioned offs train schedules over said Wanneo restore to the world the simplicity will soon be discovered. We' are farmers stayed ut home, and in tho say, "They won't miss me; so I'll stay .":,

i. 't 'cers' ; Captain A. J. Thomas, First branch of railroad should be made for of the Holy Spirit's plan'ot salvation pleased to greet so many vintiors each towns it was almost too darkto sell ut home and sleep, or rend the newspaper

Lieutenant! J. L. Peek and Second the interest and convenience of the and the transforming power of Sunday, and, shall entertain the hope what little goods there win demandfor. ," or "I've done enough to get

;JLieutenant Kirk Lewis, were complimented public; and also to hear and consider pure, undenominational New Testament of having the pleasure of meeting any the children off to Sunday school," or
, I Christianity. who read this invitation. "Coma' "1'11 go out to tho farm" or "I believe
the of the may
on proficiency com- such other matters relating theretoas Though there was u sting In the
fi\ t't'any and their administration. The may properly arise in the premises. ,I Saturday morning was cold and thou and aH thy family." tail of the blizzard, that was all that 1'1IrO\ to the lake." The first

.f- '; raise was also extended to the non- : dark, and some of those who were as came to Florid.i'B. lot. The blizzard cripples the car', the second cripples.

tt X,'wcoma; and the men and was highly ap- And at said time and place you, and : signed to take part in the first por MRS. DAMS' COMMITTEE MEETING \itself which spread nil over the north the church. You know whnt happensto

Q JtL:ijireciated by them. all other parties interested, will have tion of the program, did not arriveon 'nnd tho more northern of the southern that spark plug? It gets all smut "
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"G" is considered the most effi- an opportunity to be fully heard. time. A little. later it faired off, states, had teeth and claws and ty with carbon deposit anti\ after awhile

S) ient in the state and its officers, who Witness the hand of the chairman and the participants were soon on Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of section WAlK the worst known in 2U: years. Out- it can't make n spark. You

IfCo.y re enthusiastic, eee to it that the en- of the said railway commissioners, I' hand. From then on the program, as four finunce committee of the side of the loss of life, we here win- I know what will happen to tho church

t ""thufliasm among the men does noti"1 affixed in open session and by their I previously announced in the Tele- Woman's Club, culled the members of not imagine the suffering that th. member that says the above. things
lie she will lIe covered, with tho
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<< 3 ag.i' order at Tallahassee, this 31st day of graph was carded out in every par her section together Tuesday! afternoon cold, wind and snow entailed! on many soon
carbon deposits of this old world and
January, ticular. at three o'clock, and talked over who must depend! <<1 m high-priced and '
a I. VIII CLUB 1922.R.. HUDSON BURR, There were monring, afternoon and plans for making) money' for the new scarce coal for fuel and (lit stalled soon( you "cnn't make a spark.
' / evening sessions both Saturday and club house. foodVhilo hunger
for -
Chairman.TELEGRAPH'S railway trains
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NEARING: : COMPLETION: j
l' J.Eight young ladies have formed a Sunday. Many seemingly intricate The Carter building on Call street, and. cold ruled the snow I king's domain :

1 ]lull which they have named I. VIII, HONOR: ROLL I points in the faith were discussed and next to Griffin & Johns' store, hay we had plenty, of good\ pinewood Stately IteHioVnct of L. A. Doris Soon

ill' nd they meet every Saturday afternoon -' I found very plain. The faith of the been secured us a place for regular: to warm UM, nnd, when time camp for

," at three o'clock, at the homes of Names of 'fh')8C'ho Paid Subscription Church of Christ strives to be so simple food sales, which will be given every I to cook meals, we went out to the Ready Occupancy

the various members. During JanuaryII. I and obvious that all can understand Saturday afternoon, commencing) at 2 I garden for greens and to t the I smokehouse
Tho new residence of f. A. Davis,
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tiy The first meeting: was held with and none will doubt. o'clock. Tomorrow afternoon this ,:. for meat. Such: IH Florida
Madison
( Jr. on West street, U nearing -
'lpiv. lies Iris Epperson, and the first part G. Mason, J. N. Norman, S. F. Rev. W. E. Daugherty was the ex- committee will sell pius, cukes, sandwiches completion, anti! In another week

" ,'W- |>:f the session was devoted to discussing Morgan, F. A. Andrews, Mrs. Susan 'I officio host and acted as a "guide, and hnmu-miulo( candy. ItltOOKKKHrooktr ir two will be ready! to move Into.
; business matters and state sec.s philosopher and friend" to the These workers have also planned a
; a Wills, G. H. Bennett, Henry B. Brown, I assembly This building cost $1f1O)1)! <>( ) and is the
jrcts, after which the members sewed W. T. Holtzendorf, Florence Varna- I making all feel at home and cheer "swapping party" to he given at the Feb. 3.-Messrs. IA.. contllctit residence ever built in Starknt

and embroidered until the social hours doe, G. W. Roberts, S. B. Cason, Mrs.J. ful. The crowning event for( the promotion armory and l a carnival, composed of Brown, R. V. Andrea and T. C. Hazen [ is. two stories in height, built in

hich began at 5:30: at which time J. Cone, Dr. E. L. Biggs, J. W. of good feelir\g was the dinner home talent spent Monday afternoon attending to severe colonial style with nothing\
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jthe honorary members made their appearance White, W. M. Bryan, J. F. Colley, F. on the grounds by the church Sunday. With Mrs. Davis as chairman, this ,' business In Sturke. 'jazzy" about it.

and were entertained withmusic F. Stump J. II. Ritch, J. M. Mitchell, The sun shone bright and the day was committee is composed of Mesdames, Colon Knight, of LaCrosse, spent Tim front portico has n floor of

fl and a delicious salad course.The Mrs. R. T. Jones, Mrs. Wm. C. Kam- lovely. Tables had been Improvised, J. M. Brownlee, J. I''. Canova W. J. Sunday afternoon hero with friend! solid concrete from the ground up and!

onorary members of this club are merer, Dr. G.V.. Brown, J. M. Al- and they were taxed to hold all the Epperson, C. A. Futch, E. M. Johns, P. M. Barefoot spent Monday attending has tall Gothic pillars/ and capitals.

t Harold Wall, Kirk Lewis, Tom Morris varez, Mrs.! Anna G. Murrhee, Mrs.! dishes of meats breads, pastry, desserts D. E. Knight, S. L. Peek, G. M. Sis- to business in Waldo. There( art eight rooms within the

r |;and John Powell. F. A. Bryan, W. F. Harnage; James delicacies of all kinds and plenty trunk, N.' D. Wainwright John Ug Mro. M. P. Muthcny is on tho sick building but there are several

Last Saturday Miss Clara Mae Reynolds, C. A. Boyd, A. II. Johns, I Iof hoi; coffee was also provided. Of low L. I D. Grwn, I''. A. Scott J. E. list this week. sleeping proper porches. The plastering in

|Shepard was hostess to this interest- A. O. Strickland, D. Boree, J. D. Stnn- big crowd partaking all were in Wilson, Misses Olive Ray Marguerite I Messrs. Arthur Crows, Mondoll and finished. in yellow in sonic of the

meetin sell, E. B. Bielling, A. Hercules, D. C. ( good spirits, neither was appetite Shriver, Etta Tison and Mrs. Grace I Willie Ceylon, Misses Jewel Crewn' room and in white in other Muchof

f Melvin, O. W. Dyal, J. E. Conway, II. ( lacking. All present voted it the biggest Ford.KINANCK. Jewel McDnvId\ Oviedo and, Blanche the whito plastering IH made to roscmMo -

.wiches. Tomorrow afternoon they V. Ford, Fred Tallman, A. L. Roberts and most pleasant event that i f'nnnorly, of LaCrosse, attended services tiling and has 1 been well exe

will meet with Miss Madge Middletonat A. F. Peterson! S. Hayes, U. has ever taken place in Starke. : : COMMUTERS FOlt'ffB here Sunday. cuted., The rooms are largo and higli-

the home of her parents, Dr. and G. Sapp, Cecil Bennett, Geo. E. An- The Church of Christ is a comparatively OMAN'S CI.UIJ II. P. r.ilney and J. E. Clemens ceilinged and! thero arc (replaces( in

?. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. dreu, Mrs. E. R. Marshbu.rn, J. C. new denomination. But its simple WHO visitors to tho county seat !Mon profusion. Tiling and bright brims
i' charter members of this faith imbues its members with The president of the Woman's Club
The eight Cone, Mrs. S. J. Kelly Miss JennieL. day. work ornament the fire placc There Ii
tlr club are Misses Vivirette Floyd, Au- Hull, O. T. Nelson Mrs. Ella John- I earnestness and courage and the faith has appointed. four financial chairmen, Guy Pinholster, of Jacksonville, Is are bath *oom and roomy closets are I1i:

drey Johns, Clara Mae Shepard, Iris son, M. Z. Sullivan, J. B. Sapp F. M. is rapidly gaining ground. Such occasions naml'lyfrll.! A. Z. AdkinM, !Mrs. D. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mm. I. found everywhere.This .

t Epperson, Margaret Long, Madge Norman, E. D. Card, A. M. Blanchard as that just described are very C. Jones, Mrs L. A. Davis, and Mrs. W. Pinholster. residence has been l built In a

Middleton, Beatrice Bullen and Ethel J. R. Davis, Rev. F. B. Johns T. G. helpful for gaining membership and W. C. Powell. These chairmen have Misses Vera and, Rosa Surrenoy, of most substantial manner of the best

Griffin. Clark, Lester Kite, Harvey White, T. strengthen faith. selected their committees and are now LaCrosse, were visitors hero Sunday. lumber obtainable. It rents on u solid

L. Wainwright, J. A. J. McKinney. Our space will not allow us to give planning how they will raise moneyto Mrs. T. B. Parker and children\. are 1 concrete foundation. Private sewerage

PRESBYTERIAN NOTES II. Rosier, Mrs. A. Steinecker. the; program. We will\ only mention add to tho new club house fund. visiting relatives at Cooler Pond this ; Is under construction, city water

i the names of those who assisted in Thursday afternoon, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- week. has! been led In and there will be

, Sunday school at 10 o'clock each JACKSON FARM CHANGES carrying it out. They were, Rev. and kips held! a committee meeting at her Ray Foxworth of Jacksonville, l III electric lights everywhere. All metal '

j Sunday morning.On HANDS Mrs. Dougherty Miss Frances Mur- home and plans were discussed for visiting his father R. E. Foxworth. fittings are of the most expensivekind

Feb. 5th we consider Elijah's rhee, Mrs. S. II. Dodd, Mrs. Bessie Me- raising money. The hostess, assistedby O. S. Thomas, of Lake Butler, spent. and there has' been earn lined In

!. translation. Come and consider it Through the E. A. Strout Farm Cruder, Messrs. S. II. Dodd, J. B. her two little daughter Hazel and the week-end with relatives.: every detail. Yet whiln no expense

with UB.Morning. Agency, A. J. Jackson has sold his Crews, E. Williams, J. R. Beville, Ernest Lois, served hot chocolate and homemade Lucian and Fred Hazen, of Alachua him been spared good! taste is in evlilencu ri!,

preaching service begins at farm' on the Starke-Raiford road to Thornquest, C. F., Rivers, Jasper cookies. spent the week-end here with their everywhere-all Is elegant and
With Mrs. Adkins chairman this
( 11 o'clock. Our subject for morning Win. A. Clason, of Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Allen. as parents. simple
committee U composed of !Misses
1 worship Is Christian thoughtcontrol."My The farm consists of 180 acres of land School closed Friday. after a successful When the new residence shall have
Mind to me a Kingdom Is." It's and is considered one of the best THERESSA Amelia Ray, Carrie Uglow, Mesdames term taught by Prof. A. B. been furnished ready, for occupancy, (I
O. J. Griffin, C. F. Hoover, F. L. Tur-
up to us to rule it for God. farms' in the Vanderbilt section: Mr. Shaw, of Gainesville, Misses! Thelma it will be habitation fit for a king! I
The'ressa Feb. 3.-Mr. and Mrs. S. ner, E. L. Biggs, A. S Crews, E. T. t
Endeavor meets at 4:00: will smaller placeIn of Cooler Pond and Eunice
( Christian Jackson purchase a Thomas, and the occupants will be surrounded
B. Woodard were visitors to Waldo Campbell O. L. Beasloy, Roscoe Mc-
Sunday afternoon. We will have the vicinity of Starke and continue llazen.K. with comfort and elegance.
last week guests of !Mr. and Mrs. A. Lane, J. H. Ritch, A. Price, J. C. Robinson -
brought to our attention the progress hill! citizenship here. Mr. Clason has B. Amlreu spent part of last
E. Tillis. E. S. Matthews and L. G. Pow-
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of Christian Endeavor throughout the : until lately been a building contractor week attending to business in Jack- EXPRESS: : : RULING EXPECTED
Mrs. Alice Jones of Miami arrived ell.
world. Come and hear about the present : operating In New York and other sonville. SOON
{ status of the great movement. Eastern cities on a large scale. He here Saturday afternoon for a vlsf Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and I son 0
with her ami! Mrs. J. INJURED
Mr. NORSK
FINE
" Our Sunday evening church service comes to Florida to enjoy a rest from parents, Rand, attended church at Graham on lion. E. M. Johns It in receipt of a

comes at 7:30. The topic "Put Firsts his work. He will engage in general S. Phillips. Sunday night letter! from Senator J. E. Calkins, attorney .
P. II. Neal and S. R. Swindel Saturday night James Kite, tie and
Things First," is always timely. Thinkon farming and may later plant his placeto were Mr. and Mrs. Wiles Dubose and for the state railroad commission -
the visitors to Sat- timber contractor of this city was at
it, then come. ; pecans and small fruits. He Is a among Hampton children, of Worthington, attended advising that a ruling on the .1
urday. Sampson. lie had! hitched his home,
On Wednesday evening at 7:30: we refined, cultured gentleman and services here Sunday.D. question of express refrigerator car
H. S. Roebuck and have which Is one of the few fine horses left
family mov-
meet for an hour's prayer meeting. Starke is glad to number hilt among J. Byrd, of Graham, anti son, D. service for i'loridu strawberries Is expected -
ed back their farm after In this section outside a store. While
to ,
here
tn We will note lessons to be learned of her citizenship. M. Byrd, of Tampa were visitors to from the Inter-state Commerce ;:
Gaines Mr. Kite was Inside the horse, '
spending the past year at I
the life of Isaac. Let's go. In to our town Saturday. Commission the latter part of this
at something trying
DIME CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS ville. Frightened B. Y. P. U. Members are urged to month or early In March.
I S. B. Woodard and daughter, Janie, break loose, fell and, got entangled In
it Is to
.CHRISTIAN CHURCH be present Sunday night, as
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Finance Committee of the Woman's were visitors to Hampton last Satur the buggy harness. When the ani- be re-urganlzed and new officers elect- MEETING OF CLERGYMENThe : J
mal calmned down and, could be freedit
I There will Jbe services at the Christian Club, Section Three have been at day.Miss ed. Come promptly at 7:30. -
church Sunday, morning and evening work this week. They conducted a Ida Uagan was a visitor to could not get up. It was found Masonic lodge No. I 0 will hold their pastors of churches in Starke
which made $20 clear, Palatka Friday, guest of. her brother, that one shoulder had been broken, after- to meet In
t as usual. Pastor Daugherty has dime campaign, I regular meeting next Saturday and vicinity are requested
,
believed the horse will
1 not had time to announce his subjects for the new club house fund. Section P. M. lIa<
fir! at his writing but the services will 3 has Mrs. A. Z. Adkins as chairman.Mrs. W. A. Jones was among the visitors ever be of any more use. W. Baker Is seriously ill at this I Feb. .6th, at 10:30: a. m. The hope is i

I ', [ be well worth listening to. All are invited C. F. Hoover was in charge of to the county metropolis Satur- Miss Ella Manning has gone to writing a tthe home of J. L. Gill- entertained that an association maybe ry,,

i' to come.. the dime campaign and the following day.Mrs. Plant City to visit relatives. While yard. formed which will /give opportunity :'
workers assisted her to canvass the Mattie Hightower of Miami, T. W. PiitrllUter was in Gainesville for regular conference upon matters i
COMMUNITY KITCHEN town: Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Mrs. O. L. arrived here Saturday afternoon and away she wilt\ take in the Carnival South FlorIda at Wednelldayaftemoon. of importance to pastors and their

Beasley Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. E, T. will spend some time with her parents Fair' and Gasparilla. J. W. Pinholster of LaCrosse, spent work. Keep the ditto; and time and I

John Uglow, Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Phillips. Tampa. brethren and drop In
Mrs.
e With Mrs. J. R. Davis as director, Campbell Sunday here. place In mind ('
.. |the housekeepers who frequent the Z. Adkins Mrs. Roscoe McLane and H. S. Roebuck Grove attended church the Saturday.association John Hall Is employed at Waldo. and let us know what you think of the
China
community kitchen have been doing Mrs. A. S. Crews. at Fred Clovenettln, Sheldon and Elmo WARD-ILIISLOP proposition. \!
Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor to BULLEN.
it. REV. J. J.
some fine work. Orange preserves Padgett were among our visitorsto -
were put' in large quantities also Sunday's Times-Union presented a Hampton Saturday. Saturday. Mr. W C. Ward and Miss Louise
up little Mary Harriet, Johnnie Williamson spent Sunday Hampton married County daughter of Mr Robert Haislop, a
of
by
pork, hams, sausage, sauce, etc., In good picture Charlie Phillips, who Is employedat Halslop were Water Oak
half months' old daughterof here with friends. A. Green in his office on Jan. prosperous farmer of the ,
and R.
fact, all of the pig except the equal five a New River, spent Sunday here with Judge
with a
Several families in our communityhave Is popular
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop of this section. She very
ras securely canned. little lady looks at the donated different articles to Gen his mother, Mrs. Jno. Phillips 28th.Mr. Ward respected em- large circle of friends and l mllchJtap-
Anyone who'wishes to use the steam city. The farmers of our section are all is a highly;
The
and her well eral Lee and family of Starke, who & Powell naval pines Is predicted for the young cou
lure cooker can have the advange world with fearless eye, busily engaged in getting things In ploy. of the Powell :
ri of it by applying to Mrs. J. R. rounded form show that Starke is a recently had the pMortune to have I readiness for another crop. stores company, while his bride is a ple. ;
fir
their home destroyed by *
for youngsters.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3,' 1922.
PAGE TWCf BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH flTARKE FLORIDA ,
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struck w down in the first blow when !wall and with ropes and tackle the 1 _' 1v 1

THEATRE COLLAPSE tile roof came in. Some were hurled soldiers and sailors heaved away, Better Merchandise, Lower Prices at Wilson ::1(,

down into the pit wreckage when the slipping and falling in the mushy
Company.THE
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balcony front fell and even soma of snow outside.

theRe escaped with bruises. There is Meanwhile all Washington:: it seemed -

CAUSES FEARFUL no record, however, of any survivor was heading for the scene. NEW IN

among those in the foremost balcony With street cars stopped, every

seats. street was black with strings of people :

stumbling over the banked snow. I ---Chapeaux---
LOSS OF LIFE Frantic calls for aid went out liS They tramped from every corner of r
those in the double walled
soon as
structures which form tho Eighteenthstreet the city and the soldiers and police i \ Cape Coat Suits FrocksNow I
4 -- held rigid linen about the theatre to I ,
and back wall of the auditor-
Associated Press dispatches Monday while to the l left from the stage, the keep them back. :
ium realized what had happened.
t had the following particulars about line of the auditorium wall runs in a on Display
the
h the
day
These two three floor wings: from the Hour l I.y nour tnrou
the collapse! of a Washington, D. C. straight line for some 200 feet down half of the .
offices, a store along the Eighteenth death toll rose. Less than .
theatre, caused by a great weight of Eighteenth street. To the right the ,
street front and house the stairways total had been recovered when full 'are
snow on the roof, Saturday night: wall follows the slow curve of Colum- hours of presentation of Authentic Styles to which you invited.
and the approaches and exits both on daylight came, despite the
o Washington, Jan. 30.-Official police bia Road for about the samo distance that side and along the back wall and labor. Gradually the work was or

t rp records early today placed the and at the far end, paralleling the they were not Involved in the disaster ganized. Some of the men who had

r known dead in the Knickerbocker stage front, the back wall completesthe which was confined to the audi- worked all night were relieved by I New Silks New Wash Goods New

theatre dieaster-at 107. Eliminationof auditorium proper, also about 200 torium itself. Later the store and comrades to sleep and prepare for an- ,

duplicated'names brought the final feet in length. corridors became the first aid' stations other night of it. New police and fire Woolen Skirtings.MAILORDER .

h :, total. down from the unofficial peak of This whole space stood roofless to as the mangled victims were dragged crews came in.

._ 112 at which the toll of the catastrophe the sky a moment after the first hiss from the wreckage. After the center of the main floor

was placed late last night. ing Round of the breaking roof gave:
Firemen fought their way through had been cleared of victims! dug out
The list of injured stood at 134 with warning above the music of the or- [ SERVICE UNEQUALLED IN THE ENTIRE STATE.
r heaping snow drifts in answer to a of the wreckage by main strength, a I
14 listed as "seriously injured. ; chestra. There is only one survivor '1
search, and it
general alarm. Police patrols filled more systematic began
The official list, according to the authorities thus far who has told of having heard
with men churned and skidded thru was still going tonight without a halt
yfi' contained the names of all that warning and seen the first pow-
the white muck, and in answer! to a The workers, sure that this center
whose bodies had been recovered up dery handful of snow sift down over
marines from the barracks held no body or injured person, .
summons, space
to midnight from the ruins; The volUnteer the head of the orchestra leader in ; '
clear across the city came at double began turning over the tons of debris 2ul( Ii+
workers, including police, firemen time to make his escape. From his I $16D1l&I1b
time, panting through the heavy go piling it in that space or dragging: '
e marines and cavalry from Fort seat well forward on the main floor Ser\ice .
At Fort the riv- beams and slabs outside. During the
ing. Meyer, across -
Meyer, had practically concluded the he raced for the doors at the back. A
the turned out and day electricians came to string wires ,
I b er, cavalry was
? search of the wreckage at midnight, great blast of air expelled as the roof I
started in truck loads to the re&cue and new rows of lamps set in place to
) the only portion of what had been the came down hurled him through the
i only to find roads blocked with snow. aid the work when darkness fell. On I
orchestra remaining to be searched doorway to safety.
r The men shoveled their way frantically the street, the glare of fires lighted : ,
.i being a far corner. Most of the bodies were recovered GTr '.
but finally four mule teams from by the soldiers to warm themselves
r Rescuers Risk Lives from the floor of the pit beneath the
I' the fort and from the engineer barracks as they waited to heave on the ropes
The large majority of the victims, wreckage of the balcony or from the O
called I threw additional light on the mass
were on.
both killed and injured, were residents front of the balcony itself. Follow.

i 'of this city, although many recently ing the rule of motion picture audiences At the scene of the disaster there within the roofless shell where hun-

came from other places. Exploration and with an almost empty houseto was wild confusion for a time. Those dreds labored unceasingly.As ."" ..

of the ruins went on unchecked pick from, those on the main floor who first made their way to the auditorium the Gas Jets Play

: after dark, but those in had grouped themselves In the rows doors saw before them a dim, As tho gas Jets came Into play, brilliant -

charge believed few additional bodies of seats just below the front of the mysterious heap of wreckage faintly spurts of flame lighted the scene.

would be found. Without regard to balcony. They were back far enoughto lighted by a strong of colored electrics Showers of sparks rose ai the live FEBRUARY

their own risk, soldiers, marines, sail. see well and the front and back on the stage that still stood intact heat bit through inches of steel to

ors, police, firemen and citizen volun rows were almost empty.At and by the reflected glow from free another tangle. High on the Brunswick RecordsON "

teers had fought their, way beneath the point they had chosen the the leaden skies above the void where walls sailors and soldiers perched on

) the wreckage over practically the danger proved to be just double. Few the roof had been. Minute by minute hanging beams or' in window ledgesto

whole floor space of tho auditorium. of those seated there could have es- the crowds about the door thickened.The cut loose the end of a girder and SALE TODAY

f, The exact number In the theatre caped. Even if the falling concrete crash of the falling roof had let it be dragged away. Outside the .-

when the steel and concrete span of slabs and steel work of the roof miss drawn many, some who had relativesin piles of debris rose steadily on both OPERATIC ,
10049 I* donna mobile (Woman In Hi'Me)-From Rlrolstto. Act
:: the roof buckled and fell under its ed them, the solid mass of the balcony that mass of ruin and melting snow sides of the streets.' 100 { lit (Verdi 'tenor In Italian.. ... . ".. .Mario Cbamle. ,
.
,0_ three foot load of snow probably will front came down on the first inside. The clang of the fire apparatus The final turning over of the wreck CONCERT i ,

never be known. The stdries' of perhaps wreckage! with crushing weight. The brought other hundreds and until age was well under way soon after tones 1.00 { Mjr Laddie (Troubetskoy-Thayer) Sopra..o....Flor.nee Easton :,

f a hundred who got out uninjured gleaming brass rail that adorned the the marines came panting up the police dark tonight. When the weight of 13011 III Forrrt Ion (Burn*.Unit) T.nor..Th.o. Karl. '
to off the iota { The. World Ja Waltlnc for the sunrise (Lockhart-f, ) Tuner .
have been These account the were powerless fight
'I reported. balcony front lay spread over the last section of; the gallery had I Theo Karle ,1
1 ,!,. for a few more than 300 in the audience wreckage of the roof fifteen feet below crowd. Unl.. to the !Mocking Hlnl (Winner) Bird Voice by Margaret ,
been lifted and had
t 1. on jacks men SOT {: MiKeeHoprano.. .. .. . ... ............ .. 'Marie Tiffany f
t: that was roaring in laughter at l when rescuers reached the scene. Firemen Fight Frantically crawled beneath to drag out the last 100 M. lurlj-IIesHled Hubby (Clutimm. ) Soprano... lar''. Tlflany

I l'r' a film comedy when the roof fell on Those further back on the main Firemen plunged into the wreckagewith mangled body, more speed was possi- INSTRUMENTAL

I t i;; them like a blanket, carrying down floor probably all escaped. The beams lanterns. Men with electric ble and the mass that formed the bodyof 30021 ( Knnirniiol-Oiitrow: (Slimy Inland) OP. 10 (Rubinstein) Piano.
r the front of the wide In its I SO I300ZI forte Halo, .. .. .. . .. ,. .. .. .. Leopold Clodowsky 1 1.
balcony end of the
back
i that supported the torches came from all sides to aid. the great shell open to the sky was I
La i
Caorlrleiine Elg-nr) violin Solo. .Bronlslaw HubormanVitunrm
crash. balcony did not let go their'clutch of And it was a daunting task they fac moving in a steady, orderly course, ISO Iliavt ,
and VInter (Olaaounow) Violin. 'Cello andhlahPlauco '
I ,
: Normally the theatre has had every the wall. The wide sweep of seats ed. They stood on the debris they! under the eyes of the army engineers. J : Trio "

j..J ; seat !filled lit that hour and nearly i they supported tilted down until the I must lift to ,reach those dead or dying Daylight should see the last of it examined 1.4S \ tmrdinb! Folk Runic (Svtemlsen) Violin 'Cello and r'Il.ltuco Plano Trln

807 5 .. ,.. .
J Arld.i..na-allnnet (Alert) Vmsftlln's nand
,; 2,000 persons was its capacity. The : wreckage below took the weight of i below. On t. he Columbia and the toll of death brought I.UO 1 J .\ "\ '. .._ramnUulu lBI.ot) .. ....i ,Vessullua Italian Italian. Hand -

4; same unprecedented snow fall which the front end and then stood l coveringthe 'road side the single wall towered menacingly by the great snow fall completed. P \\iOni ITto.-hroiilc) Pnxonltone Solo ... .. .nuily WledoeftKwxiiplifine r'
j brought death to the venturesome: few back rows of.the main floor like a I above their heads, stripped 8071 1Iic: { 1 anlHNle.. (Jtoaebroobj Saxophone Solo'Rudy Wledoert .

S y'-! kept the many at home. Street car tent. almost bare, except for the high exit SAMPSON: CITY POPULAR ,

t traffic had been abandoned and streets Front Rowe Ground to a Twist signs marking the way out ot f the bal- sloe Rally In Our lllry (Care)'.Hmllh), .. ,Ptrantl Male Quartet .

; and sidewalks were all but Impassable The front rows of the balcony were cony now a crumpled mass below. Not Sampson City, Feb. 3.-Niram Wynnof Cc I halls : .
Ceorala hoer IlInlllv..n.FI'nn-Ro..ntboll. 'l'oMr..T.mo. Craven
{ with drift ground to a twisted mass of ruins in n window in the long wan wns bro- Graham, made a business trip here 2111 Kilo 1 \\iml My' Mninmy t iv"hi-i Ilreuuj, Hnrltone. -E.rnest] Hare. .

1I.\f.. There has been no time as yet for the fall. There was no wood in the Saturday ( I'm Jual Too Moan Ti < (P..rleh-Young-Squlraa Tenor '
8113 : : : .
official to the of the It all steel and ken.With { Al H mi'l I i f i I'. i umna OrUiinlra
: inquiry as cause structure. was con-
HOC ,, .
C infinite care the rescuers began Miss Minnie Ogden, of Graham, wasa l Hrullier low I Wan Hm -il-Hn. ) II l.rirvltn OrUicslrnAl
'
disaster The ruins themselves disclose crete, but the enormous weight of the visitor btinura .11 <' I Penton orchxtriiMnndr .
work. Every beam they touched to Sampson school last Fri
however, that the entire mass of balcony was itself sufficient to wind '..' Me (Kalmar-Conrad-alutxnn) Tonor
r might let another mass of concrete tine { Hilly JoniB and Male Trio
steel held concrete; that formed the the tortured beams Into fantastic day.Messrs. o.loB011 Itapprr Dun. (Drown-Von Tiller) Tenor and a"rl'oll"lJllly
clown if it was moved too swiftly. Lewis Parrish and El lie Jon I ,. all
'I:. roof had come down. The crash swept shapes. There,were some groans in the darkness Starling of Graham, made a businesscall FOR DANCING

the supports out from under the balcony Here again chance played a part In below and no one know how many here Thursday.J. "'.lr"7F1 Trot (Alden>. ., . Inhum Jonen' Orchestra -
:, / apparently, and this hinged reducing the number of victims. The { "hal'll011 l>o -.'o" Trot (l.h.I'" ,''onoo .
pR' men, women and children had been D. Sloan was a visitor to Gra- 1.HI laham JoneV OrchestrasnownakeFex
down at an angle of 45 degrees adding front rows of the balcony four or five
,
i,, crushed or trapped there. The huge ham last week. Trot (MorganFrom "' 'Or..nwItod.nhk'hflVlllnre| Polf.eno .
t p.- to the tangled mass of wreckage tiers deep, were known as "reserved"seats. Messrs. rise { ltf'*. : : :' .
slabs of the concrete from the roof Dock Warren, Dogan Nabb, ate April lj ""rT'F; ..'Trot (rlllvera From "HomuoJene
& .... tn the floor below. They were priced about the torn from their steel supporting girders Joe Williams, Ilogan Smith and Hen. ( RoUomlcIt\ OrchestraI'm
Location of Building succeeding rows and except when the Cuckoo Over Yon-For Trot (MltrhWI-Arooku)
: stood in crazy attitudes. A touch ry Brown made a business trip to 1t1. { Hanoi' Kruugpr Orchestra
.\, : The building stands in an acute angled house was jammed, commonly were might send them toppling.But Starke Saturday.Mrs. lOe Bow-Wow Blurs-Fox Trot (Prlaml flannlo.onlmrnv Kruttg-ers) Orchestra '

'f( corner at Eighteenth street and not all occupied. With the small at. the sol II. Brown and Nona .
against every difficulty, children Soot of rove-Walt From "Blossom Time"L
: Columbia Road, northwest, the heart tendance of last night, probably onlya and Fate 1111 { Carl Fento..'. Orchestra
firemen and and .
.1 diers and sailors and police spent Saturday Sunday oDo117U "' Shall W. Meet A.aln -Walthlilnir( )
j of the most favored residence section few had paid the extra price for I .
; and citizens toiled desperately, I at Graham with her sister, Mrs. A. Carl Fenton' Orchestra
\.f of the city.! The narrow niche of the these seats and many of those behind and a slow stream of dead and injure I Brown. The Sheik' -Fo Trot (Ted Snyder) '. Callfornlans

11 ; stage on which the screen was hung, scrambled up the slope of the fallen ed began to trickle, out through the I Danier iran is improving at this 130 { Broken Toj-Fox Trot (p9etow-Mxglnu.
Rudy Wiedocfta CallfornlansJLaI.oA
l "" was backed into the corner angle, balcony to safety although many were doorways. Nearly'every house and writing from his illness.
-Foa Trot (Jerome-Kern From "Good MorningDeurlit1 .
,It Mr. Hall 1110 .. Curl' Ponton. Orchestra
,
store i In the vicinity became a rescue I spent Saturday at Palat- {
I -- -- -- ---- -- 830 Blue IXtnuhe Blue.--'For Trot'Jerome-Kern( ) Intro .
r:1. station. Housewives made up pots of ka. Toddle from Ocod Morning Doarle ,
' : : Curl Fenton' OrchestraLce
coffee for rescuers and rescued as the Messrs. Mel Harris, Sol Thomas, Ha With .
f '- >T 8mUFoli Trot (Burenett)
.' af r 1 night wore on. Frank Jones and Roy Goodge made a In7 goo { Weep Ho More Mr Mammy-Fox Trot( Penton) '. Orchestra

a, Ie"- On the Eighteenth street front a ,business trip to Graham last weejc. Carl Fenton. Orchestra.

row of parked automobiles stood wait- Mrs. J. D. Sloan attended church at

".. Ing for owners killed or hurt in the Graham Sunday. Consumers Lumber
/ c ct JJ8P3 P Company
'j' I, ,... =r1 d ( .rrrli3t. r1 rGir crash inside. They were hub deep insnow His horse becoming frightened by a

and only a narrow lane was passing train Saturday afternoon, Mr.
"" "'r..II".jl
<( ._ '.- opened to trance in the street Itselfas James Kite was thrown to the ground
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the street cars could not get thru and suffered a broken left shoulder.A. .
.
t rr'. w' i.d S+ ( '!A t:7itWM11LtW JRQIVaThat's : .!......... because of the snow. The automobiles V. Varnes of Starke, is visitinghis rt4Ye
L hindered the rescuers' work. brothers, Millard'and Jim Varnes.

l ( It They were picked up bodily by crowdsof Dock Warren was a visitor to the

Why men and lifted out of the way.' county seat Saturday.

I wgqt' Soothe and PromptlyConquers Ambulances and private machines Messrs. Ben Kite and J. J. Johns, 4NONOCRjpti 4QVNSWICIC ft'I

,."' "' fathered up the injured as they were of Starke, made a business call here

,. h ',; J Pain brought out. Finally a string of army Sunday afternoon.Mrs. a i

,j Q ( ambulances arrived from Walter Reed Carl Wynn is visiting her q1N PLP -"-' ,
; f Unlike other liniment Is
Mustang hospital with sacks of bandages. Doc- mother at New River for a few weeks.
: s'" made of healing lIs-no alcohol.
t ton from and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas of New
y., acids or pepper used! Mustang : came everywhere, army --- ---;-
I k'D '==s! r (''1 never burn '< r' smarts, not even civilian doctors.All River, were visitors here Sunday. This January 24. 123.Q. .

'I i t,4 when ap )tied to OIMH 1 wounds. Pain Miss Eva Jones Mr. Auer W. ALDERMAN. t
Volley Seal
I' r Night Long Wiggins, I ( ) Clerk Circuit Cow
', T .
> h f is relieved !
1 quickly by Mustang,
I 1rY By C. A. KNIGHT.
:. t lp; h i which thoroughly permeates ihs All through the night the work of McKinney; Mr. Simmons, Misses She-"So you tire engaged to M'SH'! Deputy. Clerk.

Ij' I ,,." a .F4. system and hastens healing. Over i rescue went on. It'was evident that Edna and Juanita Smith, of Gaines Baggs. I'm sure I caa't see anything FLOYD GREEN *. a A. GREEN.solleitore .

.ol'" ... y" ? ''' 73 )'cars' succe Guarantees Mus* nothing could be done for many of the ville, were visitors here Sunday af attractive about that woman. for Complainant 117-tt-3-M.' ..
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", : < *91'r w- *<**.'r ) tang as be..t for MAN.LIVESTOCK 'victims until the weight of the wreck- ternoon. "Neither call I see It J but It's 11"-1' --

rI'- I''' {!I rc j d .y4 and I'OUL'CY.: tank all rl "*."-Boston. . .. . .. . .. .. ..
r. age could be lifted. A call to the navy Grover Goodman, of Gainesville,
.!f % r'A- Sal.,&
t' ; +.!!., .. fes DRUG and GENERAL" STORES yard brought bluejackets and hydraulic passed through here Sunday enrouteto ORDER FOR PUBLICATION noLUDEN'S tax now

.\ :J, #% jacks and oxy-hydrogen jets to burn Lake City. In Circuit Circuit.Court Bradford Slate of County Florida, In, Ely'thJudcllal Oery. r I,I

't : :w 2*" ("'' LFS through the steel beams. The jacks Messrs.' Charlie Smith and Eugene .
FRr.E WRFy,, D.TR11.tEB; ,,.' I ,
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Dan
f : : Sa..e. i'
'. l> ,. -'' were lined up under the edge of the Adkins, of Hawthorne, were, visitors 1
: :,
Ac' 2 c TVHtto(Trial) ... :::: ':let j e' Complainant. Iva
i!' .' n< Se3ttme.tanl ch X11': ; "'.-l".M..ItI'clwr., : ... |
::: .:. fallen balcony and little at a time its here Sunday.Mrs. .
r : "' ffil.RVu; = :wlcH II(mis ri much '/...1'11i''' .k ;, ,: : Anna Belle Sanaer. I menthol
: A... d..I C.l weight was lifted.. Rescuers took M. Thomas and son, Jim, of Defendant ITt I i
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appearing- affidavit
; their lives In their hands to creep un- New River, passed through here Mon. bill filed in the above-ataui anpendeil cause that to A, la,
I 1 der and release'people there. day enroute to Starke.E. Belle Saanr.. the defendant" therein namud cough drops
i' a resident of tne State of Florida and b
: As daylight came the task became J. Murrhee, of Graham, made a hiding. and coneeallnahiraelt. ao that ser > I

1 ij f (... 0/ISawrdbgtSlrrcw/J1B" easier. Engineer officers from the business trip here Monday.Mr. of cannot twenty-one be had yean upon her it to and therefore la over th.ord 4 prlca i: ;;

't army could see what- must be done. Powell, of Graham, made a busIness that laid rmldvnt defendant. be and Ie..hri rrequired j!
i f'; :L1 N ]Ji.MJENT to appear to the bill of Mmolh ( J
They traced each twisted beam and trip here Sunday afternoon.The tiled In said eauae on or before Monday. '..<.. $t.rt.idll'
6th day of March Ifili, I .
where ft would be safe to cut and otherwise th* t
saw
i LYON M a':urACTimiNC CO.Ptopof.t_41-43-45 South Fifth StCBrooUy., .Y.'J atlona of said bill will be, taken as eoni.. J I
; .: -. r where a steel girder might be drag. fellow who has no will of his by said defendant.It GIVE QUICK RELIEF

; m" f\l ged out of the pile with safety to those own finds it difficult to borrow one to further ord.rrd. fn that this ord>r I p''$.jj V.115.PabSr
fm' _0 wwk.bin t1eN6redmd i >3 / Ile ..r.s..n
below. Holes were cut through the that; is worth using. County T.iewvan". a .+ .... ... ... .oae
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 31922.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
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.QipcimiHmmti itaimtir l crl1mtllDlDwtJamflljlrdSamunm.\t': i! \ .' I Clt--; ; -- ---- "
rates the Ancient North part of Florida. \ Jessie Lea I
I Dowling returned to her Ia guest of her uncle
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Death When this bridge is finishedautoeiobik Now here in farmer Crown. lIe has 1' home here Saturday, after spending, ',Sunday night B. F. Renfroe,

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..bMMNMnuitHuramwMNUnunaiiniiMtiinf', vnuMMmiaiilsKnHPi, \ parties niiiy motor to tin i]jut. bought one of our t tractors and several tiny in Siuiford guests af ref Mr.
and Mrs
L.
rt.wug.y. L. Renfroe
.VYPp jj L"aclfrom of New
Jacksonville Pnb' Ill' t lolls I
> me hut he him hud cull for:. ativcB nail friend
!
I land Atlantic beaches and then outside River, were in our section during last
News ] cross work, plowing for his neighbors
LJvejState I the river into St. Augustine. The new to keep up his payments and do( Willie Mae Stone, of Sanford I, m | week.
visiting relatives here. J, E. Adkins
route will be a great part on the! beach all his own farm work besides. Ho Is was attending to bus-

j nesewnoaw..ar..ow.o. | and It Is claimed that the loop, that progressive lie will show you farm Gerald! Adkins, Jessie Lee Dowling' Incas in Starke lint week.

Told by Our Exchanges.In will then bo possible by using the in a few years that will make you of Stanford, Willie Mae Stone, Onto Mr. and Mrs C. A. Johns and Ben

_m ...,.... :__ _.__ I brick highway for a part of the round green with envy. Dowling Onie Rivers and Clarence Kerr, of New River, passed throughour
-u..u..IUlII rattttttataauatunlaa )I I I trip will be about ninety miles long. don't Adkins attended tho surprise party at burg last week enroute to the
a raid on Tampa bay, 325 cases attaches. Why you all do it now. NowIs the home
to of W.
anyone as it was clearly The proposed bridge is said to be | the time There has been M .Hodges Saturday county seat.
of liquor were confiscated, five men I a cane of accident. j about more night.
12,000 feet long, and will cost' progressive ideas started, and more Ruby Johns was a visitor to New
were arrested and a large gasoline I $200,000.( () land sold in the last four Denzil Thomas, of Miller, spent tho River Saturday
yacht seized by :federal agents and detectives years in
The Palatka News week-end here with friends
has and
rela Onto Rivers
of the Tampa force. declared an Bradford county than in the last 20 I spent Sunday afternoon
open shop among its route carrier The production and marketing of years. Let the good work fro on. We tives.Mrs. at New River, guest of friends and

boys. The paper recently explained the Irish potato crop of the Hastings are just beginning to see light thru Carrie Wynn, of Sampson, was relatives.
Tho Merchants and Miners steamer to its subscribers
that under a threatof district this season will be done at a the woods. .
Merrimack, bound from Baltimore, to a strike by the carriers it had discharged cost of $518,000 less than last season -
Now
. .Jacksonville! with nearly seventy passengers them all, and If the don't think the prison farm is
new boys em crop averages that of the last tho
Is fast in the ice fields of ployed to carry the routes. The three only good improvement. Look at
boyswere years, according to figures of a
, many of our progressive farmers. oxt
Chesapeake bay, according to radio paid $1 a week
which amounted 1 local produce concern. The saving [ia
They are clearing up their land, more i
dispatches. to (66( 2-3 cents
an hour effected
or than
more through tho lower cost of Per and .Fod-
more each I
year buying better
skilled labor demands machinery .
Building permits issued( so far this tilizer and barrels and reduced :freight learning new and better ideas: .
rates and does not tT rrr.
take into account of
farming, making their farm a (..k
month in Gainesville indicate that the Actual
'. work on the the reduced
cost
construction of of labor. Barrels for
beauty spot that Is good for the
building program still has a healthy the new\ Gandy bridge which this eyes
is year's
to 25
span crops cost cents less If
outlook and there will be let down you should, like Rip Van Winkle,
no Tampa buy when completed will be than last year, thpro has been n .. to for
sleep 20
for months to So far r'due-j g years and then comeback
some come. the started before the fall months roll I Lion In freight rates amounting

, January permits aggregate $20,325. around. St. Petersburg and Tampa cents a barrel from Hastings to New ,, you,were.here, you would not know where

will be brought so close together with York.
Falling into a pot of boiling soap, the erection of this connecting link I j! Think it over, Mr. Smith. If you _

the four year old son of Henry Wach- that it will only be a matter of a shorttime As the convicts foci it will pay lot me sell you a riding .
who
ob, residing four miles from Chipley, when the two were working cultivator Give ma your order
companies will be on the state
was scalded to death The child, with known as the "twin cities of the Florida and Port highway St. Joe between the canal early, then you will be ready for business
started back to
others, was playing around the pot, West Coast. and will not have to wait on me.
camp Friday afternoon, Guards. Badi-|i:
where its parents were working.A. Tell your friends: to come and get

One of the most-important ford and Yates were overpowered and ,calendars for 1922. I have plenty '
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commercial two I
L. Simmons, of South Tampa, enterprises to begin pistols and two shotguns taken them to give away
operationsat from them and six F.O.B.Dtr t
convicts
made theirescapl'
was instantly killed at Six Mile creek ,Williston is tho Florida: Shell Rock
crossing when A. C. L. No. all colored, while the remaining -
passenger Company, a 135,000 concern. The I ten colored convicts returned with files Cured In 6 to 14 Days t ff
01) crashed into his Ford, totally work has
already started on the construction the Ornegt.te n-rtmrt If PA7O OINTMENT fulli '
unarmed money
wrecking it. There were no other occupants I of tho plant guards to camp. Sunday to cur, IwIing.le'nd::: Vcrtlm I tnfPotrulallgPlusuletnntly ; .
just north of
one was shot and rahrvn! ;, filling rum, niul
captured near We- : you fun q
in the car at the time of the \ ; : .
that city, at a cost of $23,000.; The wahitchka i nttut t&.pvav lit fir-it HubllcnUou.: Fruftw
another
accident. was shot In the
company proposes to mine the exten- arm near there and the remainder LONG; iminr.i:
sive deposits of lime rock in that vicinity captured and
One hundred and thirty-one ofvegetables returned to the camp -
't and fruit rolled to cars market struction.and work it up for road con- Tuesday. Wednesday they were given Long Bridge\ I ('h. 3.-:Mr. and Mm. ,

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,\ from Palmetto last week. There were additiaonal jewelry to go around their Roan Turner an receiving congratulations -

legs and a gentle reminder not to( try over the arrival of a daughter -
58 cars of lettuce, six cars of cabbage Fires
I swept over a large territory it again. born last week.
eight cars of celery, oranges and south and west of Crystal Spring
Among those attending to business
;, grapefruit 31 cars, the balance being Friday, destroying one
.', made up of mixed vegetables, peppers and doing much damage to fences, be conducting Lardy Drakeford H barber, shop who had Lemon been in ,Stark P. S. Crews Saturday, Miller were Johns II. ,O.W.Rivers M.- 170,000 Now in UseBuilt

and Romaillc. sides damage to land and timber. A on ]
.. street In Palatka, was accosted on his lodges
resident of the
:, The Dowling.Compnay has recently |, that just before territory the outbreak burned reports of-, way home Saturday night about midnight 1)r. King\: of Lake flutter, was In with over strength in every part; ,

bought several thousand acres of timber I the fire he saw two horsemen, armed carried four miles into the our section Monday built to withstand tho constant strain of

. in Polk county, also between Odes and dressed in tho style of range cat country and severely whipped by un'j Reddish Amlrcu, of Now River, was heavy duty; tested out under every condi I
here
3 sa and that For the known,men. He was given until C Saturday and Sunday. work and to
place. past week tlemen, riding over the country and D'onnie tion of farm and belt put I
'I' the work train and crew have been : o'clock Monday morning to leave that and Mary Rivers spent last the i
; saw numerous fires starting in their actual test by 170,000 owners during 1,1
Tuesday in New River of Mrs.P. ,
and guests
busy laying the new track to reach the wake. 'j city a "For Rent" sign was hun threeyears---'theFordsofTractarhas

timber. After completion the railwaywill up on the door of his barber shop. It S. Crews past i
George Rivers and Clarence Adktnt lived to claim made for it. I
Is supposed that Lnndy up every
be sixty miles long Lieut. Col J. Stanley Moore, of the was taken out II
because attended the party at Mrs. Rachel Tyson I
of certain acts of his -
which
Uhited Stales formerly the farm task-whether
army reserves, at New River No matter what I
Friday.
Ed and Emma Aree, negroes, were in charge of the passport bureau at have been rumored on the street, one
being in connection with People of our sl.ctlon'w're shocked plowing, disking, harrowing, threshing,
> carried to Palatka
Saturday and placed Washington and guest at the Flam improper
a ,
to learn of the death Friday of Mrs. hay grinding feed pumping i
baling ,
to
suggestions a little white
in the county jail for safe keeping ingo hotel at Miami Beach this winter girl who
by Flagler county officials following died in the surf in front of the was having her hair bobbed' in his Norman, of Vanderbilt water, sawing wood, pulling stumps, fill-! i i

their commitment to the grand juryon Casino St John. He was swimmingIn shop. Direct evidence it is said Is It. O. Rivers went to Sampson last ing silos, or any of tho many other jobs tI

a charge of arson in connection water shoulder deep when he became available as to his culpability and, Sunday. around the farm, the Fordson will not I '

with the bUPning of a big barn on theI. I stricken. A life guard reached that more serious results did not attend convention S. C. Crews at Starke attended the Christian only do and do well, but quicker, easier I I''I II '
Sunday.
his I
I. Moody place near Bunnell. him with a boat and brought him to alleged conduct is marveledat and at less expense. I
I by some. George Rivera was! attending to I
shore. All efforts to revive him fail-
". business in Lake Cutler t
; The body _of Isaac II. Shelter, recently ed. I Miller Johns Friday. There ure so many different;: : time and : :
and R. J.
' night operator for the S. A. L. Two negroes who went on a drunken I business visitors to Lake Turner Butler were last money saving ways in which tho Ford. '

t at Dade City, found in the channel John of orgy and terrorized the citizens of ,
was who
Moseley, Arlnigton, Fairview week son can be used: tlmt you owe it to yourself I
t waters oft the Mallory docks at rescued from drowning in the St. near Palatka had( apparently -
was
mall good their Adam Tyson of I>*fW River, was In to get the facts. Come in and s t Tampa Thursday. The condition of Johns river last Tuesday when he fell escape through a
I ,
after this section last week. the Ford on or write: or phone for the
the indicated swamp running unscathed thrua ; ,
i body that it had been in overboard' following a stroke of paralysis "
Mrs. C. M. McKinney and childrenof '
cordon
of sheriff's
forces information.
the water about a week. Detectives! died In a Jacksonville hospital. when they I'i
: were smoked out of a building in New River, spent unday here with I
are of the opinion that Sheffer fell in Moseley was fishing from his boat .
which barricaded her father, Sam Moody. ; i,
they
the water accidentally. when Jic suffered the stroke of paralysis thtmselxt'B.The
Tommy Testono, of Pine Hill, was '
negroes, strangers in the city, sought
and would( have drowned if it '
refuge in the in our burg last week
Willie Willie, an educated Seminole had not been for the timely assistanceof building when olflcf>raattempted'to I I
Melvin "
McKinney and Lcnton Crews ,
Indian, is conducting an Indian vil- those who saw him tumble into the arrest them. Then begana '
i siege of the ) Wateroak, panned through our section
building by the sheritT's
lage a few miles west of Miami on the water Following the rescue he was I'I
Sunday cnroute to New River. I
forces which lasted
shores of the Miami river. There rushed to the hospital for medical at- for more than
area an hour, and during which an Inter- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges and lit ___ H__ __ .. .:. -:-.__ J J
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large number of Indians in the village tention. tle -= ==== ==':"=== .z- _. ==
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mittent firing from both sides contin- daughter spent Sunday in New --- -
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hundreds of
tourists visit the River.
vamp daily to. see the Indians in their Six members of Howard's "whispering ued. Sheriff Hagan received a woundin

gaudy attire and study their mode of Orchestra of Gold" of Coluumbus, the fin shoulder.to the The officers finallyset (be Quinine '....t Dot Mot.licet 1>' Vec-1 J. W. ANDREWS Jr.

living. Ohio (negroes!' ), which has burn.playing building and when the ...a"... of Its tonic nod ta..trve.R.wt, L/tXA. AUTHORIZED ,
negroes ran out they were not fired TiVK UROMO QUININE (labtnu) can tin taken
at the Halcyon hotel at miami,
With one Arcadia packing house were taken to the outskirts of the upon because of the fear among the In by: Urn anyone hued without K.W.CKOVL3: raunlnil' nnrv.::':itivwm. ou or bun.r'ntflnil 3Ug Ford andFordson Dealer

closed since Tuesday, tho fruit ship- city, severely beaten and told to leave I besiegers that they would hit one of ,

ment from this city last week was 54 within 24 hours by band of men. The I their own number.FARMER. >>:<<>CIM: >CJ: >C<<" STARKE FLORIDA

cars, as compared with 85 cars in the leader of the orchestra received a telephone -

previous week from four packinghouses call asking him to play at the BROWNYou
A Tonic
working full time' and one independent new country home of "Mr. Sams." At ,

shipper. The total for the midnight a car called for them at the GENERAL INSURANCE }r

season now is 736 cars or approxi- hotel. Five miles outside the city it may think I an "selfish in urg- For Women"I

mately 264,060 boxes. was surrounded by a band of about ing you to buy thin riding cultivatorand HAROLD C. WALL

75 men and the flogging followed.A think that I just want to make a

The Gem Nursery and Citrus Pro.. sale, but that is'the smallest part of I was hardly able to drag! I

ducts Co., of Lake Jem, the newest monster( crawfish measuring three the deal. I can plainly fee that im was to weakened" writes Mrs. STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

industry for Lake county, shipped its feet and two. Inches in length and proved machinery IK one step) toward I W. P. Ray, of Easley, S. C. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

first carload of marmalade spread to tipping the scales at eight pounds was better farming. As soon as you farmers "The doctor treated me for about ..

New York city, where it will be sold captured at Sarasota Friday after- start using International Tractors two months, still I didn't get

in paper containers, ten ounces :for noon by Dr. F. J. McGuire, of Blng- and riding cultivators, you will any better. I had a largo family

. fifteen cents, at once commandingthe hampton, N. Y., and Capt. E. II. Mc- want to clear up more of this good and felt I surely must do

trade'with a low price, probably the Guire, of the yacht Willada. The cap. land, making it bring in something in something to enable mo to take E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

lowest priced spread being retailed in ture of this remarkable crawfish was the place of lying idle year after year care of my little ones. I bad OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

that city. made on the grouper banks of the just for open range. heard of
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Gulf of Mexico oft the coast of Sarasota Look at what the State Prison Farm

Ben'E Wise, 73, was killed in Lake county. This is thought to be has done. Out of the cut over land, MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are known for quilt

City Thursday' night when struck bya the second largest crawfish ever captured full of stumps and 'small timber they CARDUIThe .
Bead Corn Beana, Pea P.pper. Etftrplant, W atarmelon. Tomatoee.Cueumher.
train as he was crossing the tracks in Southern waters. The av- have made a beautiful farm of this : Cowpeaa. toraica! and Kleld Bead ... Our estalo.u. =:rprl'i''r:1II. live far.thar :
Information. W. amr ail varlrtl of ......n. fl.ld and farm aeeda. that have beaa
of the G. S. &; F. railway. Mr. Wise erage length ,eighteen.-, inches. land, no better th n' what you own, teetod and p.".... to be adapted to Florida eo II and .lIn...., and our weam of ..p.,1...
evidently did not see the train or hear but look at it. In tost in a few year enabla ue to handle the Florida Med bullnee to atlvantava. '

It, aa he walked directly in front of Some boys, pupils of the Hillsbor- they have made thi Taste' land into a Woman's Tonic g SPRING CATALOGUE

the engine and was struck before it ough high school have been guilty of farm *. fine as any Illinois or Iowa !
I Martin's Spring Catalocua. la now readr. Wrlta tor It Ev: rren. InUraited la Florida
could possibly be stopped. No blame the grave offense of sneaking away farm that today are telling for $200 "I decided to It" X Xeight Bprlna ana Hummer erope ""t1u- .i/ themselves of Informatloaj aontalaed la our oWerlplive
try COIletlaues ..
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Supplied on re>iu t. t othoie who coed I I. their name prorapt1. -
with copies of the questions prepared per acre. Let's all get busy, farmers, i Mrs. Ray "1 took Write for It Iod.,.. Purr. Information and pries on all .....D.bl. -"..

To Stop a Cough Quicktake for< the mid-term examinations The merchants, and everyone. Let's all bottles In all .1 regained N

HAYES" HEALING HONEYS a lads secured these copies by going to get our shoulder to the wheel and my strength and have Phone 4277 1320

. cough medicine which stops tba cough by the office/ of the county superintendent push. Let' all pull together and not had no more trouble with! womanly -

healing box the of inflamed GROVE'S and 'irrlcated O-PEN-TKATE tiflsuM.A of schools, J. E. Knight, Saturday afternoon be selfish. If I can get you farmers weakness. I have ten X E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-2O6 E. BAY ST.

SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and it ia alleged, after Mr. Knight to be more progressive by selling im- children and am able to do an -- .

Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of had gone home, and by persuading proved machinery I feel I have helped my housework and a lot out a

HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve Janitor Davis that they were looking- some, for Improved machinery calls doors I can sure ,:c0m- Big 9 Reduction In Prices You will make" a mistake

should be rubbed on the chest and throat for some papers left for them. Davis for more improved land, and more im- mend CarduL" tf you order your fertlil
of children offering from a Cold or Croup him for his trou- x zer without getting our new price lists Just Issued. Plenty
$1.50 land
they better ,
lays gave proved makes prices for
In- Take "
The healta drat at Harm Beallnl Honor Cardul today. I] may .
fa effect of of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers ,.
Irta tha thrust combined with tha heal ble. our land and brings more purchasersand
tro.OPTmu Salve Ihrminh Ow von of be Just what: yod
gectlcldes. Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
tit.Bkta woo.cop*.-. that means more money and bet- x
Berth mnerilca are packed.to.en*carton mad aha From St Augustine the informationcornea ter business. By selling improved AtalJ druggi!:ts.need.&u O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
COM of tho combined treatment la orsJuet .
ask your dnnUfct for HAYES' of beginning of work on a achlnery at a small profit I feel I am JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet t

HEALING HONEY. bridge across North river, which ,epa.I. doing something to help.improve. this December let, 1921, reduced price 'jut before buying.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922.

PAGE. FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH sTARKE, FLORIDA ,. '00 .. ... _. ., .. i
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Bradford County Telegraph .rGETCO-ioR Record Achievement.

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second Published class weekly matter and, at entered the post as Il BUSINESS AND RELIGION J": INTO YOUR


office at Starke, Florida. ; PAL1ECHEEKS The Bradford County branch of the E. A. Strout Farm Agenyhas

=-'C=. .'n' _,_ 'C I' made record of achievement during its first year. We have
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor Roger Dupsnn, ono of I the mont ue and! that they need specialists o"feelings" I a
and Owner the
during
j ," In sold fifty parcels of Bradford county property year,
widely read financial writers of thepresent rather than on lCurell I IP YOUR PACE IS YOUR FOR

dny, writes as follows regardIng : I short those who came to scoff have, 'rl'='IE, IiOMT: LOOK LIKE A and many of our purchasers are now valuable citizens of the
After rather
the dry weather that an important phase of the Washington remained to pray. There is a strongbelief IIANKRUPr county. A telegram received Wednesday from the company's .'

has prevailed, for over a year, we lirA Disarmament Conference: the delegates of today is winner of
liable to'have wet among I headquarters advises us that the Starke agency tbs

! ,' should BOB that a their spring.old drains Farmers aronot "A very Interesting fact has devel- .' that the only solution of our International Who doos not want red lips, a good second prize for the Southern Division, which means that only!
f
oped in connection with the conference problems Is the golden rule and
and bright;
clear hpnlthv complexion
,\ clogged, and that ditches in the Southeastern States made more sales
f I' up new other
one agency
for the limitation of armaments.At : the principles that Jesus laid duwn I ( ?

,, are dug where they are needed.Edison's first thought this fact makes one i two thousand years ago. flashing Some people eyes have such wonderfully, than we did. Considering that we are a new agency and that we

!feel very discouraged but on further I "Whlit has this to do with a financial good health nothing seems to hurt t: were in competition with agencies established for many years, we

him "questionnaire": satisfied analysis it has some very optimistic I article? you ask It has a great them. Others could so easily hav I are proud of the record of our first year in Starke. r
that two per cent of the peopleof :I
the United States think. Twenty features. In other words", the ono : deal to do with finance! The great fine color and moro strength and via. I We attribute this fine showing first to the fact that we have
I thing which: la causing/ the conference 'load on the financial world today ifl or if they would help nature withGude's
)I
years ago he averred that only one lands offer home-seekers then to the co-operation of
I the greatest trouble, may be -the one Europe. The greatest difficulty with Pepto-Mangan. It is n splendid good to ,
out of a hundred ever did 1 any think that is to the nations together I I lands listed with and co-operation of the citizens
thing bring Europe is the hard feelings and Jealously iron tonic that physicians have I those who have us, : -

ing. Thus we progress, and after I refer to the gas bomb. among certain nations. ThereIs I prescribed'for thirty years. It is not; generally, all of whom are anxious to have newcomers Fo-
1900
we will become nation
years a r
of thinkers. "It Is a simple matter to make an plenty of money available to rebuild an experiment. It is not merely a j cate here.

.. agreement relative to the building)( of Europe and again make her factories because it makes a
I temporary help, With this co-operation continued we will make our second t .
t Unless land has been under battleships and to hold a nation to i hum'__ and her fields. tilnaanmforth..--..-... ---..... Tim plenty of red blood and, as everybody
your : still bigger. We just beginning to get our gait.
such an agreement. It takes couple year are '
a
cultivation for it is full difficulty is that those who have the knows, red blood is the only sure foundation 1'
of roots six inches many beneath years, the sur- of years to build 'good battleship money feel that the money would not of permanent health andstrength Since the opening of the agency here we have sold the following h f'li

:face. These interfere with capillary and it is impossible to hide battle- I be used for the restoration of Europe, Get Fepto-Mangan of your persons: .

ships. The nations! of the world know but rather simply to retain it. Hence drul'gist-and take it a few weeks I
attraction end with the of
sinking
I when nation down keel I Wm. A. Clason N. Y. A. Belanger Mich. Leona A. McClung
lays
::11 rain water. Have it broken seven any a new all of the European governments are and, see how much better you feel and ,

', or eight Inches deep with a up tractor, for a new battleship. Battleships can- I in dire financial straits and some are look. Sold in liquid and tablet form Mich. Alfred Peterson, Ind. B. W. Whitaker, Ky. I. I. Lambert,

\ and the old roots will be pulled up. not be kept in safety deposit vaultsor on the verge of bankruytcy. This condition Ad\ Ala. C. P. Lewis, Wis. R. P. Jones, Wis. Mrs. F. Freymouth, N. Y. ,

. .: hid in government buildin s. The I of affairs has disrupted foreign Clarence Harnsbuger, N. Y. Frank Dickman, Wis. G. M. Schwab, 't
limitation of submarines and certain
\ An American inventor has perfected j trade and is jeopardizing all foreign E. A. Fowler Fla. W. R. Cheshire Fla. Fred Beck
I. Ohio. Ind.
I
, other forms of armament is also (credits. It hangs a great black cloud HALF YOURWITHOUT LIVING t

breath an apparatus is transformed wi.ereby into the human water. practically possible. Big berthas ore over the business world. M. M. Martin, Ky. Mollie Blowers, Ohio. W. L. Wagner, Pa. Max t' ,'t?,

f not as conspicuous as battleships; gun Klosterman Ky. Tice Hutsell Fla. Frank Geiger Fla. G. W. Beverly
r Shipwrecked people, afloat without "But the deadly gas bomb may be MONEY COSTCash ',

r fresh water, or thrown up on an and factories! are more easily hid than the means of bringing every nation to N. C. A. H. Brownlee, N. J! A. D. Cherry, N. C. "J. D. Nor. I ; .
shipyards but in the long the
M 4, inland, need nor die of thirst if they I making of; these cannot be kept run a secret Its senses It is actually converting .. Crop Production Coiti Can B* man, Ky. Sarah J. Corburn, Va. Mr. J. Corburn, Va. Mrs. Ada r I.

possess one of these vapor transformers. financiers diplomats, and! hard headed Cut In Half By Food And Grain' Sauer, Pa. Mrs. Catherina Gonzales, N. Y. W. Williams, Canada. roi

I ., And the man who imbibes moonshine "It, however, is absolutely impos- statesmen to those fundamentals of Making And Saving At Home John W. Andrews, Mass. D: L. Lander, Fla. M. T. Uncapher, Col.! '
I can, by means of the transformer honesty, justice, thrift, industry and
sible to keep in touch with the manu H. S. Waller Ga. Ernest Thornquest Fla. R. A. Koon S. C. Dr.J.
.
,
(.! 't'' have his breath condensed Into kindliness, which in the long run form Atlanta, OiL-(Special.)-"No one
, '. moonshine again, as many times as facture of gas gombs. The German the basis of prosperity. It Is even Is wise enough to know or foresee the .1 H. Carradine,Miss. J. R. Haynes, N. C C. E. Wood, Fla. CliffN'
could in the base-
r he wants to. government keep possible that Europe may again ex- outcome of the world wide financial ford Hydorn, la. Adolph Hubner, Mich. H. Knight, Canada. J. 1
ment of of its
t. one palaces enough that has followedthe
compressed, gas.to destroy. all the people perience a great spiritual renaissanceas I' and world political war mix-up and the inflated price, W. Wilson, Tenn. E. Knotts, Mich. W. N. Ladue, Va. E. D. Card T-
A prominent Florida financier took place three hundred
years ago.
in Paris and a good proportion of ] Joy riding, spree that we have all en Mich. Mrs. Torrella, Porto Rica. Mr. Terbush, N. Y.
makes the assertion that unemployment the French army Therefore, thoughall "Bankers are watching this changeof gaged In," said H, O. Hastings. Pres.

and hard times would be eliminated nations might agree on the limi- attitude on the part of these for ident of the Georgia Association, Geor

if the people of the country, instead tation of gas from warfare yet there eign delegates. Harding little realized 1 gia's organization for state-wide development.

of as they often do, hoarding would be no way to enforce such an 1 when calling this conference that E. A. Strout Farm Agency

,1 their money In old socks, safety deposit agreement. Moreover, as the commercial -] he was laying the seed for a great International "The wise fanner in the South will
vaults and other places, would forget the 30 to 40 cent cotton price
interests of the world demand I spiritual revival. The inventor ( M. INMAN, Representative
put it where it belongs-in the banks. that led him to disaster in 1920 and
the: building and use of airplanes in of the gas bomb and those selling price of around
figure on a
It would then be put to work throu hl'
times of peace, the means will alwaysbe chemists which since the armistice 15 cents under conditions of normal
all the channels of trade. When it Is
available for the dropping of ga iombs. have Invented gas infinitely more dangerous yield and acreage which we are very
i Hence, although the confer- than it was during the war liable to have In 1922. This necessitates

i' nothing. ence may be successful in limiting the have also made their contribution. Forth reduced cost of cotton making TOOTFITTERS"

building of battleships, submarinesand 'first time for many years a ray of or else being wiped out.
The Telegraph, being an old established other cash
"The cost of cotton or
I even other things yet it is helpless sunshine is breakinthrough the international -
paper, Is known pretty well all crop making In the South or anywhere -
" over the country, and therefore favor'I' In limiting the manufacture ofj I clouds. Let us watch the else Is largely food cost, food

' ed, or otherwise, with a daily basket- $MS bombs, the most dangerous: and j situation most carefully. If the for the farmer and his family food

I full of dope, from those who think deadly of all implements of war. clouds finally break and clear away'a In the shape of grain and forage for .
t "As result of this the his working live stock. With low pricesfor
a delegatesare most rapid change will take place in
'I' they can Inveigle us to do free advertising .
most Interestng cotton or other cash crop the ,- .
I for them, exploit their schemesor passing through a foreign and American security markets -
cannot afford to any out
farmer pay
disseminate their The spiritual renaissance. They came II a change which should distinctly -
propaganda. sider profit or expense on the food
I Washington/ armed with statistics afTect! the busies index of the Bab-
r other day among letters from all ov- he, Ills family and working live Block
'> er the country, as well as from Alaska and accompanied by the greatest legal 'i son chart which now stands below nor consume. This means to quit living

and Cuba, we found one that explained talent of their countries. They are I mal. For the first time In many years off ot nupplj merchants' shelves and

) why Henry Ford should not be allowed gradually coming to believe that fig I am somewhat hopeful for Europe to live oft the products of home acres

ures and agreements are of little vnl- and its recovery." I "The situation requires chickens,
to buy the government propertyat
bogs milk cows and acres of corn,
Muscle Shonls. The letter was from ---
I' oats wheat forage and
. >,_ a coterie of fertilizer manufacturers! FOUl>> PLANS= TO BUILD HUGE el and the eventual extension of the OIlB- crops from which to miscellilue-I .

M and held forth that if Henry Ford was CITY system to many other parts of the Last but not least, In ,

allowed to make nitrates, potash compounds country.Mr. the homo vegetable garden which Is

> etc., lie would, soon bring Muscle Shoals Proposition Will lip A Ford's proposal includes the the quIckest and cheapest source of The common way of conducting shoe sales is to go out and

about n monopoly and charge exorbitantly Hugo UndertakingThe building of a city 75 miles long in the food In the woild buy odds and ends of shoes to work'off in the sale when reg-

1 to the itrontAlanmKo of farmers Muscle Shoals region. It 'would be Most folk here in the South don'ttaken ular lines begin to be broken. It gets the people's money-
the home garden seriously and
k' and the general public. Though proposal submitted to the government madeup of several largo towns or I thereby make a grout mistake. There once; the shoes keep_reminding them not to go back! We are

1 I: we have hitherto looked at the Muscle by Henry Ford for the lease smaller cities. This Is in line with I
' F. are too many of the 'lick and a prom- running a big sale on genuine Edmonds "FOOT-FITTERS" at J "
Shonls matter with indifference, the find purchase of the Muscle Shoals the manufacturer's view that men and ise' sort of gardens and mighty few
have all sizes shoes
$7.50 fresh which have
we ( new ) just
1 letter mentioned has made us see that reject in Alabama will be put Into their families should live in small of the real sure enough klnil.,! :

1 it would be a blessing ,for the whole contract form and sent to congress atan communities, where benefits of ruralor "We have been told repeatedly by arrived from the famous, Edmonds factory in Milwaukee. ;k

;' if Henry Ford became master those who plan and prepare for a real
country early date. The head of the war near-rural life would not DC entirely LET YOUT FEET BREATHE IN GENUINE EDMONDS "FOOTFITI I
.' "of the works for that would mean garden plant It, tend It and keep it
.
1 :;e department added that he would send :, lost. replanted through the reason, that It TERS"! They require no breaking in and f..l at once like old .ho**. They .

i: cheap fertilizer. u report with the contract form to Ford's proposal to the government I furnishes half the family living at no never tire the feet even in the hott.it weather! They're the greatest Foot *

I h, ongress. Includes leasing of the property for I money cost except the small amount Doctor in the world!

I INSTINCT:..::.REASON Secretary Weeks said the contract 100 years. But before expiration of spent for the seeds needed. ,,

If[ signed/ by Ford when it was com half that time he proposes to turn the "The garden Is. or rather should be

" > One of the big Florida papers has plated was to go forward as a matterof completed project over to the people the earliest planted. It brings food Price $7.50 per pair

' lh' had some mild arguments with a clergyman form for presentation to the questions o fthe district or to the governmentIn the quickest. It starts cutting store .
about whether animals bills for food the first week
reason anything
[ } of the disposal of the Muscle such a way that no one in the future
..i"*: or not. The editor thinks they do, !la ready to use. A little later half
Shoals to will be able to make
properties congress. He a personal
r -, but his will only concede in- or more needed for the table comes
opponent expressed disappointment that Ford profit from the undertaking. out of the garden Je M. ALVAREZ, STARKE

I./., stlnct. We presume the latter has had been unwilling to agree to further I He will arrange that neither he nor "If rightly tended and replanted it

'<', studied the matter in his office only, modifications of his proposal, which any of his heirs may realize any mon supplies food all summer and fall the .

1'' from books written by swivel-chair had been suggested as desirable by I etary benefit from the Muscle Shoals surplus above dally needs goes Into

naturalists. Because all of each kind the war department. plants or the power developed, it has cans or Is dried( for winter use. Yes -- .- .- -. -
of animals do things about the same I I become the right kind of garden la a lifesaver I
It Ford obtains possession of the I known. He proposes to make
way, they are believed to be endowed the and we all need a life-saver of MOV-J: ;S
with faculty thAt tenches them MuscleShoala project he will take immediate -I project if the government givesIts this kind in 1922." UTO !
a
steps to make that part of consent, the outstanding achieve ..
what and how to do without having BY SMITH'S GARAGE
the South one of the industrial centers ment of his career. .
to it out. Some superior being
plan of the country, it is said. The I The Muscle Shoals project, however The production and marketing of
down the human and
; looking on race
Muscle Shoals plan of America's automobile is only the start of a greater
knowing nothing about it, would con- prog the Irish potato crop of the Hastings ?91 I WONDER HOW
king contemplates one of the ram, it is said. This includes the development -
; elude that we all did things the same district this season will be doneat a
. greatest undertakings: in the historyof of water power facilites in THEY
1 cost of $548,000 less than last seasonif
I and were guided by instinct on-
way industrial America and Includes many parts of the country by which
ly. But the spider in placing and !' in those the crop averages that of the last ? ..4 MEAN STORAGE
development of the property as a mod- persons communities would
three years, according to figures, of a '
making its web, the bird in choosing derive to
power run manufacturing THAT BATTERIES
I'A site for and building its nest the local produce concern. The saving i-
I never Tho sheep herding dog, police plants, light their homes and
run machinery -
encounter the same problem! twice, dog, the smuggler dog and the rescue ( on the farms. One detail of effected through the lower cost of fer- CHARGED''
tilizer and barrels and reduced freight
and therefore have to use some calculation dog of the Alps are valuable because the plan is the
harnessing by farmers
does accountthe
rates and not into
and if they could not do so, heir reasoning powers give them int- of every creek and brook that crosses take
reduced cost of labor. Barrels for
, their kinds would soon become ex tiative. Every hunter, trapper, farmer their property. 0 OWe
this cost 25: cents less
year's
, tinct. Instinct teaches certain mother and animal trainer knows that ani crops
than last there has been reduction
a -
i birds to pretend to have broken kindsare year
a mals can reason, though some SEABOARD SPREADS THE NEWS
in freight rates amounting to 18
'''I ; wing and thus fool the hunter while vastly superior to others in this
" cents a' barrel from Hastings to New take your good money for a good job. We sell you .
: their young can hide away, but reason respect. The horse Is often called Intelligent In our issue of January 27th we had '
York. a dependable new battery or old in a
operate on one
, tells them when the danger Is over. yet the ox, mule and hog, a short account of the activities of D. your

'; Herbivorous animals, finding their which are accounted stupid, have G. Cox as a truck grower. The article !- workers- will serve to draw the atten- satisfactory manner. We know enough about batteriesto

I food everywhere, have the least reasoning more tease than the horse. was. read by the development de- tion of the outside world to this section supply you with a lot of good advice. It's here for the

powers but beast of prey -Animal intelligence is, and always partment of the Seaboard railway. the asking. Drive around and see us. BATTERIES

must think and use strategy all the will be, very low. If it was not, they They sent us a letter containing a re- CHARGED $1.00, DISTILLED A TER FREE.W4O.f .

time in getting the best of those ani- would know their strength and pot remain -II printed copy of the article! mentioned,

.. Trials they use for food. If reasoninghad our slaves. Even the most Intf 1- another item and this letter: Automobile Tires

been denied them they could not''ligent dog believes his mast** has a "Things like this are clipped from

live. The ant uses as much Intel!!. power over him that cannot ho bro the Florida papers and mailed Immed.

gence as certain wild human tribes; ken, otherwise he would not s-.Smit to lately to the United States, Canada Fire.tofte,30..3 $9.85. Tub.. $1.90

they live in communities, have a sort ill treatment rather than r>-" away and foreign countries." 30x3 1-2 $11.65 ,

of speech; have officers to oversee and become his own master. The Telegraph will be glad to receive Tube., Cray, $2.35. Red $2.80

J their work in building habitations and If we are observant and .Ir< we accounts of any kind of enterprises Ward Tire, 60OO mil. guarantee'

roads, find ways to reach inaccessible will give the animals credit .. rei-: started or under way in Brad- 30x3 1-3, $10.25 I

places and gather and store food.! The coning power, and at the a- .. ,time ford and Union counties. Such accounts iwih:4 i

ant is sometime a gardener" some acknowledge that human b, n.'s. do besides being interesting to R. BURROWSStarke .

times a stock raiser. much purely through instinc' 'our readers and encouraging to the Fla.!

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fRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922. ... ... '', .- .-... -----BRADFORD--- --_COUNTY._----TELEGRAPH._._-_.__._-STARKE._- FLORIDA-- -. ----.--. -....-.-.-- .- .- -- -PAGE- .- -FIVE-- .-.


afternoon to clay' the Gainesville team I ," '..'.'.''f.l''IOQ.: . I Tho game was wone by Gainesville

Ardoll Drawdy and Marcus Dekle, "

Bits of Local & of Five Milo were business visitors to

I Luke Butler
Saturday.

I Lester Pinholstcr of Brooker FORDS ON
motoiid '- TRACTOR

Information JL I I noon to Luke Butler Monday arterI -


2..enaly O.I >rle.ll, 'J.IArH1 ..j I, ( Jesse Cason, of New River, was attending !,

+ >//nuJ G ilea en.q ..I TorenUL : Saturday.to business matters in town i

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..+ .--?t.. __... I Moss\ Hewitt, Worthington, was
in town and guest'-of his
Saturday
a :
The town is now supplied with fiv.h .
Wales, has been here several! days, 1 w
mother Mrs. Hewitt.[
\
vegetables.The I i this week visiting his. cousin, Mrs. A. I .
Dennis Argo, of Five Mile was a "
E. Wall, and also friends Mr. Law's
'1 business! visitor here Saturday.
Jones Hardware Store has been many warm friends here were indeed FbrAsow _
Hugh Register, Gainesville, win o
with floor. glad to see him again.
supplied a new
j a Sunday guest at the home of his

parents, Mr. and Ms. C. H. Register.Mr. ; -
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova were i in The Woman's Club will give a food ;
Tomasollo _
and Mrs Patrin of
Jacksonville Tuesday. sale tomorrow afternoon 1--------L
(Saturday)
Johnstown, motored to Lake Butler on
at two o'clock, in the Carter building, Saturday.Miss .

A. Z. Adkins spent Friday in Jack next door to Griffin & Johns' store. --
Johnnie Rimes, of Miller, wasa
sonville attending to legal business. There will be for sale cakes, pies, o
week-end guest of relatives. I
sandwiches and home made candy.

Mrs. D. E. Knight was a visitor to
LAWTEYLnwtey
t the metropolis Thursday. State Attorney A. S. Crews was in _. I 11

f Branson' Monday to investigate Feb. 3.-A son was born to
Enoch Grills, of Lawtey, was a vis
threats made
I against the life of Felix
G.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Haigler: January
itor to Stnrko Monday- I Sapp, charged with attacking: a young 23rd.

) white girl at Williston Sunday. Col. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and r

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and Crews decided to have Sapp, who is children were visitors to Starke S8t-

ill daughter, Eunice, spent Tuesday In. a young!; white man, removed from the urday. -

w Jacksonville. I Bronson jail to the Gainesville jail asa A. A, Smith spent last week in

i measure of safety. REDUCTION IN PRICES
' J. M. Rosier and Bertie Rosier, of Jacksonville serving: on the U. S. -

had business In Starke Tues grand jury. .
Lawtey, FOOT FITTERS
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH 1922
;. day. Ceo. F. Young went to Hampton ,

Wednesday where he will spend a few
}' J. M. Alvarez, the well known mens''
1 The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., days transacting business.Mrs. .
outfitter has secured the
recently exclusive
,
W. II. \Miner returned home
held "business meeting Wednesday:

i i'f afternoon at the Methodist church. of shoes agency!; manufactured for the "Footfitter"line by the Edmonds several Tuesday days from visiting Starke where relatives.she spent Now $ 395. f. o. b. DetroitThis ,I


Shoe Company, of Milwaukee,, 1
Mrs. C. C. Starling and two children Wis. The line is now on display at Miss Eva Grant went to Hampton remarkable reduction in price will tend to lighten the physical burdens of farmers and aid

'left Monday for Tampa vhere the Alvarez store and a look at the Wednesday. them to produce maximum crops* at reduced cost. We can make immediate delivery, and car-

they will visit relatives. show window will convince thata Mrs. A. M. Blanchard spent several ry on hand at all times a complete line of Tractor part. .
you
days with relatives in. Lake Butler

Silas Kite and family are in Tam handsome shoe of theTiighest!; quality last week.J. .
a be at J. W. ANDREWS JR.
pa visiting relatives. Chief Kite is may now bought a reason- Q. Futch, of Newberry spent the ,
able price. "Footfitters" are made in
A his annual vacation. week-end with relatives in and near
now enjoying all the popular styles, and are guar- Lawtey. Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer. Starke, Florida 'r

Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Smith and little anteed to give a maximum of com- Jack Howe, of Kingsley, was a visitor ,,
1 fort and service.
Elizabeth went to to Lawtey Saturday.C. .
daughter, Mary . .. .. .. ... ,
y Jacksonville Tuesday morning.L. LAKE BUTLER S. Hill!, of Palmetto, is upending .. .. 11
a few days in Lawtey at the home of

G. Goodyear, of Ocala, spent \Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill. -
Lake Butler Feb. 3. Forrest Draw-
ctllllllXnmw mJIICIIlIIIIIIIRmmmmm.m.cnmmmmmf ammmrnmmmcmmDCImammmllllam1'lDmmJUmmc I
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cay A. II. Harley was a visitor to the
dy, of Five Mile, was transacting bus- "
county seat Saturday.
nova. iness in town Tuesday
tr -- morning. Mrs E. E. Burney and children

Henry Griffis, an ex-soldier, I is in Oulter Boyd Worthington, was a spent several days last week visiting!

x ii Gainesville taking a vocational train visitor Misses to town Cora Sunday Spires morning.and brothers, relatives in the western portion of FROM BANK TO MOUTH'

at the University of Florida. the county.
ing
Elmer and Ferman entered school ;.
our
Mrs. Jesse Reddish was called to ,,1
Monday.The .
I Mrs. R. S. Johns and Mrs. Roberts, Ellisville, Columbia county, Friday on

I of Lake Butler, were the guests of holtz are many glad friends to learn of of Martin his continued Load- account of the illness of a relative. "Hand to mouth" is the life condition of many people in this world. Often i

I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green on Wed improvement. He returned home Miss Eunice Dinkins of Jacksonville is lack of But it is due
nesday. spent several days the latter part of it through afjaptability-or oppotunity. generally to r

--. Tuesday.Mr.. and. Mrs. John Edvin Dekle have .last week with her parents. too lavish spending. tJ'Bank to mouth" is the ideal condition. People who .

Miss Ethel Hill spent the past two Mrs. C. R. Sapp, of Starke, is visiting ,

weeks in South Jacksonville, guest of rented rooms from W. A. Dekle and her mother, who has been sick, husband their earnings and put their surplus in a bank always have money ,:

"i her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and I have moved into names, for several days. She will return to t docs '
of "hand mouth"
Miss Ida Merritt and sister, Mrs. when they need it. Treading on thin ice to not appeal -
I Mrs. E. A. 11111.'i Starke with her her daughter; as soon j
j
'
Drake returned to New River Sundayfor as she Is able to matte the trip. i to them. +( The man who puts off opening a savings account "until to- : .
'i visit with relatives after
Mrs. J. C. Crosby and sons, Clarence a several Lane McLeod and sister, Miss Lena, I
consider -
finds that is far
tJPlcase
week weeks stay in town. morrow"invariably tomorrow just as away. J
last
John and T. J., left of Luke Butler, visited relatives here .

to make their home with her- parents Carl! and Wilbur Browh, of Miller, first of the week. this an invitation to open a savings account with this bank TODAY.
motored to town Sunday afternoon.

in Texas. Miss Russell Rivers spent Sundayat Sunday Julius with Eunice his, of family Port Tampa near, spent Law- 3 (JThe man of tomorrow is always looking for something he doesn't have today. ,

High Springs, guest of her brother,
The high school pupils are practic- tey. a
f
ing for a play to be given in the near Percy Rivers. Mrs Kate Boyd, of Lake Butler,

future, the proceeds to go to help the Mrs Math Sapp, of Jacksonville is spent several days in Lawtey last 1,

school. the guest of her mother, Mrs. Rink week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 3.I

Richard. S. Andrews.T. BANK OF STARKEE.
Mrs. Anderson of Live Oak
returned -
it
because
We like to sell Tanlnc J. Terry was a visitor to Starke
to her home last week, being
satisfies our customers. Turner'sDrug Saturday.Mr. [;0. C. WI liTE CW.ief
Store Starke. I accompanied by her mother, Mrs. S. and Mrs. Howe McCormick, of MATTHEWS, Pre (? : ,

A. Richard who will make her home
I Jacksonville visited relatives hero tho
there with Dr. and Mrs. Anderson.
medicine that does I
Tanlac is one first part of the week.E. .
Mesdames Rafe Johns and Oswell oItJtIlJICOClf/'tJl:JmmmmmmmID'lOO.t'JrJOTanlmClIlJIDIJIIJI1IIOOIclmmmmllllllm: : DOClllcllllmcJIJIIlIDC IWWQWmmmlmmmaICJIDIDmClIDIDlllllllUUlmmmc! .
what they say it will do. Turner'sDrug Harris, of Green Cove Springs, 1
Starke. Roberts motored to.Starke. Monday. --- -- -- --
Store, was a week-end visitor to Lawtey last --- -- --- -
Mrs. If. L. Sprinkle and son, Henry, Janice Mann, of Raiford, visited relatives
week. Sea Island Cotton Seed
Miss Josie Hoffman will leave next of Florahome, spent Sunday with !Mrs in Lawtey Thursday Planting i

' week for Atlanta, where she will\ pur Susie Townsend. C. R. Sapp, of Starke, was a visitor .

chase a stock of spring and summer Willord Porker of New River, was I Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his appoint- to Lawtey Sunday. Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from !

millinery goods for her popular em transacting business in town Satur ment at the Baldwin Baptist church Charlie Shaw; of Raiford, was a Islands. 1


porium. day.Rev.. J. D. Major delivered an interesting Sunday. visitor. L.to Itlanchard Lawtey Saturday.D. of Jacksonville. Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil. :
MCI. T. J. Terry returned home on
Mrs. Emma Richard has returned sermon Sunday morning and Saturday from Lake City where she spent Sunday with hit family.Mr. Price $2,50 per bushel in two bushel bags "

visit of two weeks in evening.
home after a
a" week with her parents, Mr.
spent
Palatka with her son, II. C. Richard, Mrs. Joe Greene is ill at her homeon Freeman Register!; received a f. o. b. Hawthorn, Fla f fI
and Mrs William Braddock.
in Interlachen with Dekle street. telegram! Sunday announcing! that hU '

her and'friend also ,a Mrs.visit J. N. Jones. Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby :"the John first Roberts nart of, of the Jacksonvile week here, spent with father had died the night before at I The A. P. ttrantley Co., Blacksher, Ga. ;

Proctor'spent the weefc-eml at her the family home in I fay low, Go. Mr.
his father, E. J. Roberts
Absolute merit and merit alone Is home at Five Mile. i Register and Mrs. M. Leviton left on
Ml!w Ella Man of Starke. visited 1-20-31
responsible for Tanlac's phenomenaland Misses Alberta and Lota. Bielling the afternoon train to attend the fu- 1- Y.
relatives in Lawtty Sunday.Henry Flo pen ta Frwymuth sad. CatherineFreynmth I
unprecedented success. Turner'sDrug spent Saturday and Sunday at their business neral services. hl> wtfv,
Burney was!! transacting SALE!-North Carolina variety
Starke. home in Providence.Dr. Mrs. J. Howe, of Kingsley!; I Is!' the UffanttuntIt .
Store, in Jacksonville! W,tfnes>Iay. 1{I I seed peanuts; 3 ,Mta f. o. b. Lake appearing by nfTltluvifc apiwmlt! to the
C. B. Marshburn, of Zephyrs- of her daughter, Mrs. A. A.
guest bill sled' 'In the hovr-ttnU l cause that riorants -
Miss Nellie Roberts Is spending a Park Ga. F. ',1. Whito & Son
,
Kntymuth and Caihvrlnv treymuth, the
Tompkins and children hill few days of last week for few days.
Mrs. Lizzie spent a few days with relatives in Jackson- Smith, a Lake Park Ga. 1-13-lt fomlfintM Ih..tn nnm..l. are "n.ld.nloo of
returned Sunday afternoon from with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. the. Mat of Inrltln, amt they ar* rvildnntji. .
ville this week. of the City of W-hln"t<>n, U. C'. You! > HmtHtrvwt.
where she has been on Marshburn.Mrs. From St Augustine the Information .. .
Jacksonville, N. W, anil over the aic of twenty -
account of the illness of her brother, J. H. Murshburnja rapidly''improving Fred, Connors, of Jacksonville, spent comes of the beginning of work on a FOR SALE-At Li.wloy/ one and one : ono yvan It :In thvrvfor. onur:.il that old.l lniinrmMtont
Sunday at his home near Lawtey. land' defendant he and am hcrrbx r -
Joe Riggs.N from an operation performedby bridge across North river, which separates half acres of g< d I ntrawbory iitilrwrt' to appear to the bill of mplalnt tiledIn .
Mrs. Florence Rlgby and children, from North and five room co age {300. Balancelike sell mild on or bvforw Mnmtiiy, the 4tht
Drs. Seeber King and J. E. Maines. the Ancient City tllI1I't of March. A. n. li 22. otll l'Wt.. the 111-
\ C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea Mrs. Susie Townsend and son, T. J., of Starke, visited relatives here Sun Beach. When this bridge Is finished rent. Verj desirably located; lKatl. "nn of .ald bill will,. be taken a* oonHtHj .
r. ty fluid defendant.It
nuts. We offer New Crop Florida were called to the bedside of J. D. Alderman day.Rowell automobile parties may motor to the one block from .<.'h; school. Mrs. 'IM further ord."r.d that this order b* pub.
Prevatt visited relatives in T S. Stark R. }. a ! Runner Seed Peanuts 87 l-2e per of Jacksonville, .who Is ill at beach from Jacksonville, via Pablo In th. limit ford County T.l..Kmi>b. a new.-
bushel (3 l-2c per lb.) f. o. b. here. It. this writing. Stark Sunday. and Atlantic beaches and then cro.sl!(( Vista Station, V! imil, Fla. 2-3-3t partr publliihad In Bald county and .tat..
i Fortune Moulin of Jacksonville, was I Thin February 1, .
T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. 1-6-tf Mrs. C. C. Garris and son, Misses the river into St. Augustine. The new,j I ((5r.1)O 19O.. W. ALDERMAN: ,
; a business! visitor here the first partof the beach FOR SALF.-Six .,indrod and forty Clerk ircuit Court. .
Estelle on
Ruby Phillips and Rosenberg route will be a great part fly C. A. K N".lI'r.
The Woman's Club will meet next Messrs. Clarence Roberts and Eldred the week. and it !I. claimed that the loop, that acres good fan land eight miles!' Dt-pu' Clerk
E. M. Jonas
Wednesday afternoon, February 8th, Duncan motored to Gainesville Friday Mr. and Mrs. Eury Woods, Claude will then be possible by using tho went of Lake "I'1.i ", partly culti- Mlaluir for Complainant. Y.Y.6t-Y.JNOTICE ,

at 3:30: at the residence of Mrs. E. L. afternoon to attend the basketball Alford, Ellen Alford and Miss!' Gussie brick highway for a part of the roundtrip vab>d, part tl lands.. Very :
or APPLICATION C't'lITF.RN"IIn '
FOR
Biggs. Hostesses: Mrs. Biggs, Mrs. Richardson, of Sanderson, motored to will be about ninety miles long. cheap, cash or ems Mrs. Eva : I In hfrmbv given that w., tl kw* nn Mrs. D. game. Lawtey Sunday and spent the afternoon said to be Hancock 015 N 't n indu. St., Lake ,i"n..1 .nil our ..,."....... will on Mrin'h 6,
A. Price ball is ,
Mrs. the basket bridge
F. L. Turner, Prof. Can-is and Mrs. L.A. The proposed!' A. I). IM'J: arch to tie Mm A. V. Limit,
E. Knight and Mrs. N. T Rltch team motored to Gainesville Friday at the home of Mr. and about 12,000 feet long, and will cost City, Fla. l-21-3t Juilir., of the Timlin Court. In unit for Hm.l-
Marr. fuel County' Hnrliln, t hi* olTlo. In the city
$200,000.( ) bf "..,..'ke. Putnam Cauntr. ...IIrI..... nt one
D. Law of Lake FOR SALFOI'I111'i old Jersey o'elitch In the P. M or M *M>n thereafter .
Rev. Blanchard Rub-My-Ttsm{ antiseptic and Only One "UROMO QUININE" .* w. ..n b* heard for an order Inciirnoratintf
killer for infected sores with calf ono '" < old. Easy to u. and our aewolatM |lot., a H.Mly OnrpomliIn i
pain Fo the rnuln' .calf for fall name. IAXA ....
vet ( known M "TUB WOMAN CI.UU Or'
No. cook
; Tins ? tetter sprains, neuralgia rheu- riVCBKOMO QUININE. Look for: .lunatureotS. handle and, m' )no 8 lI'rlt/K,.,."
iiows Trill matism. -Adv. W.GHOVR. Corn e Cold: In Ouo Lay. Stops PENTAWORIUCOLUMN I stove in grand, ?Jition, and five Th. otiJMt nf. milj Corporation !I. t<> work
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE soupn and licadachir, god work** off rolj. 25* for m.ntitl. and moral development and civicImnrovvinvnt. '
system joints pipe. > A. Gardiner, .
d, what ..e claim for It-nd your '
UenfneM canned by ca 1'h.;; prffiiiwrtl: eorponttlon shell nut txt for
: tfORIr.R
of tarrh.Catarrh We door not recommend it tor any No Worm la a Healthy Child Starke. 2.3- l>n>Ht. but It may .......1... own and a.lminieMr
other dhaea.e.ILLL'9 AjIcbUdtra troubled wkh Worm bate on "". I property for Mitabllahmvni lAnd maln-
CATARRH nllcleNtErough: bl roe asa l' nnn "
1 InMlraMe od.
ar
t1.I..I".wblcb poor ',
r<> K-ATION pRiHw.fl .h.. I. on 111. In the
Int..nail; PERRYMAN 1 now"*
'lI"uld. taken the DlUC'O" .urfwes of E.K. nil Ie. tiivre i. men or Ices aumiiu It riiaturbmice.liKOVE lei rlcc'ilt, ('..mrJudlol.J at' Horl.lu. Klichth "irir. of the Clerk. at the Circuit Court ofaradfonl
the blond upon Inll..mma.lion LAW : ,'rvSffLEi'J CH1U 'IWIC ui.-o n-iiu- .. Clr.ull, IlrrAnn' ounty, .la Chart County Ftorlflu'
Ihe .ad n.ahstlnqJa urelip ,..torIPIr ATTORNtY-AT ,Stir frr'.:irrt .ri. w.l lw. v):' r ,-k.t: iituo and C. Mil!!. W. K MmntETON.MK .
STARKE, FLORIDA !injirw..'th .lii)' <"un *. ; -*t.:4'r" ,, :.'.' FOR SALE-One horse, sound E. P.ltlt, Join.Imnd h... h...- W. t.. ,I'OWKLL,
normal All DriiKKUt condition: CSroular trej inti T.n'f,' i.-...j-h. :> ". .' ,', Y' gentle, will work in any harness. E. and nut f,; A. M. i MHH. O. M, lN\fN... 1
,. )1,110., : MRS. C. A. FUTCH.
& Co.. Toledo 'hM" u'l. 0. ? Fetus
Cheney
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3, 19%!. I

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iYi'::' I COUNTY ACENTSiREPOKTSAlachun

ate' r.----.J 1t ,-Land Is being rapidly!

prepared, and fertilized for Irish potatoes -

s With The Bradford, I and watermelons: Cabbage
fields are in fine condition
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w County Farmers St. Johns-Visits to several clubs

this week reveal the fact that mem- 4l ,++ w

1 _...._.._...___.__.:.....NNN.N/NW.1NN, _.....N.....I bers of the Irish potato clubs have 4.r .
planted their crops and that those of
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L .I' ,
yf the sweet potato clubs have prepared

J f FORD'S OFFER AND THE FARMERS one noted for his generosity to those I their fields.

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who serve him and his active sympa- ""-- -' ,.' .

thy with the less fortunate as well as WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE, Marion-Addressed the state Swinq

Henry Ford's comprehensive offet for the magnitude of his undertak Growers Association on caring porkat

for the Muscle" Shoals nitrate plant t ings. Powerful as are the influences Here Is Good Advice For You! home. Helped five farmers buy

which the federal government started against his propiaition the support of dairy cattle from a herd brought into

during the world war, but has not; the great majority of his fellow citizens Lexington Ky.-"I have used DrPierce' ,, the county by a pure bred breeder. Y/ rx
makes his in the Favorite Prescription and the I _
\, completed will. probably result In! a L success negotiations Golden Medical Discovery in mj, I 'aIton-Several hundred fruit trees
I hot struggle in congress by the latter with the government quite cer family for years, and 1 cannot recom
part of this week. The alignment on I tain. This Is the day of "Big Things"and mend them too highly. During the have been set this week. Several new I:'I ,
period of middle life the poultry farms are being establishedin
both sides of this question of accept Henry Ford's Muscle Shoals plant Prescriptionand
r will be the Discovery were a wonderful tho county. .
of them. Times-Union.
ance Is interesting even to those who one help to me. No woman should try
may be indifferent as to the outcome. to do without them at that time."- i
r Lined up behind Mr. Fond: is the I I TilE FARMER HIS: OWN RESCUER Mrs.' Nannie Kelley, 7JI Jackson St. lIIadisonFarmer8 are inoculatingtheir t
cholera. The farm
Your health is hogs against
moat important to
powerful agricultural "bloc" in congress -
you It's easily improved. It yon bureau continues to grow. \
seconded by some other members The discussions at the recent meeting < suffer from heat flashes, dizziness, or
I who are convinced of the advisability of the Florida Swine Growers' any of the symptoms common to
Volusia I have ordered 1600
just ,\
of acceptance of the offer Association in Ocala reveal the fad women at the critical period in \life, ti'.v5 &YThis 11.1.
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t lust auk blueberry trees for several of our farmers -
1'r nearest for this
druggist &
;' and by others who fear the effect upon that the leading-; formers of this state Prescription your of Dr. Pierce 8. in tabletor !

.\,," the farmer vote in their respective are fully aware of the fact that marketing liquid form. Send 10 cents to F ,,

; ,F ,..\\t districts of a vote against n proposition has become one of the para- !Jr. I'lerce'e Invalids Hotel, Buffalo Gndsden-Watermelons will be new h
.... I N.Y., if you wish a trial pkg. and write i !
{ the mount features of that isis
which is enlisting warm sup agriculture, for free, confidential medical advice. grown in the Havana section on the sugarcoatedgum .
I port of the agricultural interests of no longer of less consequence than co-operative plan thin year. Seed for 9 I

a- the country. Thin again is supported I production. TOBACCO EXTRACTSVILL KILL ICO acres of Big Stem Jersey sweet delights tt

v solidly we judge, by the various organizations Considerable divergence of opinion ONION: THRIPS potatoes which were ordered co-op- young and old. 1 !

of farmers. Many organizations -I evidenced! itself as to how the marketing eratively nre coming in and will be ,",
both civic and business, have, problem should be solved. But 1L
The onion thrip a minute brown bedded soon. It "melts in yourmouth" ,,,'
passed resolutions favoring the acceptance all were in accordance with the idea Insect, closely related to the orange '

of the Ford offer. He, himself that the solution of this problem 1 Is yellow thrips found in rose and citrus Bay-This week have culled a flock and the gum in the i i':1':

1' receives thousands of letters of up to the farmer himself, and those blooms may be controlled by spray- of 80 chickens given a demonstrationin center remains to aid digestion ''iIt

k; encouragement every week. closely allied agencies of agriculture.If Ing with tobacco extracts accordingto pruning peach trees, helped select ,

Against acceptance are Trayed it is up to the farmer, we have Prof. J. R. Watson entomologist five orders for fruit trees and advised brighten teeth and soothe mouth ,

,. some powerful interests. Among them reasons to believe that the problemwill of the Florida Experiment Station.In and throat. "ft::'1

are the national;; fertilizer association, be solved. The study'of American response to a recent request fo ferti- t

and other interests engaged in nitrate life gives us confidence in the I Ifarmer's Information on.this insect enemy, he There the other WRIGLEY ,

: manufacture, the electric power Inter- ability to work out his own Issued the following statement: Hillsborough-Farmers are prepar are (

est, Wall Street and the Merchants salvation No one can dispute the "The tips of onion leaves when the ing for spring crops in earnest. Veg- friends to choose from, too: I

c Association of New York, the water fact that the conditions of our farm plants are attacked by onion thrips etables and :fruits are still rolling to

power conservationists and others life and farm people has ever been a are conspicuously "whitened. When market by cnrloade.HamiltonTwo .

'j whofie profits are endangered by the true index to the Industrial and social examined closely leaves, which have .1
great operations Mr. Ford purposes conditions existing in our country. been> attacked by the insects are carloads of hogs I I i ti r i oey EG/ 4

ti to undertake. Most of these are conducting found dry with white sunken spots were shipped! from our county this

active propaganda against FARMERS: IN MARION COUNTY and present a raskrd appearance.[ The week. Fifty barrels of seed sweet potatoes

a y the proposition and the congressman's CO-OPERATE plant fails to make proper growth and I ordered co-operatively, came 1 r sN 1 M

t Ii lot "is not a happy one" these days. may die. Like the flower thrip.' on- this week. About thirty barrels will

Mr. Ford's plans are very compre_ One hundred and twenty-six farmers .,lion thrips become more abundant during he bedded co-operatively. Fire will

if. .: hensive. They seem to cover nil the! in and around Ocala are solving, dry weather but they are more be used to heat the beds.

.; activities which the tremendous potential :. the problem of marketing, at leastI ; or less prevalent in onion beds duringthe \
power of the Muscle Shoal:! from the purchasing end, through winter. I Santa Rosa-Many of our farmersare iN '

can subserve. It might be seen thai t their own institution known as the'. "These insects are, only about 1-25: I setting our satsuma orange trees.I 1 I1r28
Farmers' Cooperative Association of of have taken orders for 1200 trees this
Inch in
he was undertaking'more{ than ever: an,. ", .length. They work week. > ,- --
his would Marion county. mostly l at the bases of the leaves.
in
capital
great resources
Campville, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. U.
Hammons of Palestine
r be equal to, but Henry Ford never, un The records' the organization I Thrips produce a generation in about / : ,
Miss Estella Simmons of Palatka is
her daughter
Okaloosa-Everything points to the visiting Mrs. Tom-
show that have
groceries been han fifteen
k dertook anything he did not succeed 1 days therefore multiplying
t has been the of linson
recently Misses
for county doing its share of club work guest who is sick. -
dled six months and
in, unless it was that notable peace feed! for four rapidly if the weather is favorable. Beatrice and Beulah .
Harvey.Mr.
e cruHudo. His project prompted by n riionths and that these two phases of The eggs are laid in the tissue of tho this year. A number of young folks gatheredat
Triest of Theressa business
was a
the home of Mr and Mrs. Grover
the business have approximated $ ,- onion just beneath the surface
notably strong business sense, has the : and visitor here
r 000. Duval-Farmers are preparing land Tuesday. Clyalt Thursday night to spend a social -
\ approval of one of the most practical hatch in about three days.
for potatoes. Am- giving much assis Master Reginald Henry of Poka- hour. .
: of scientists and inventors Thomas The association is incorporated for Spray With Nicotine Sulphate
I}. 1 Edison $20,000 half of which has already "The proper control measure is tance in the use of fertilizers. moke Md., who has been the guest of J. C. Ward and son, Johnnie, and J.

!! With the enormous plant Mr. Ford been paid in. The stockholders were I, spraying with some form of tobacco. his uncle, F. E. Henry, for several L. Summers were business visitors to

1 purposes, he will be able to produce recently paid over 12 per cent in divitlends There are several tobacco extracts on Dade-Our curb market has grownso weeks returned to his home Sunday. I Lake City Monday.
111 I important we are having to increase Mrs. I. J. Priest has returned to
I : J i. in great abundance and sell very and it is said that regular retail the market the strongest being a 40- Dr. D. C. Witt, of Alachua, was a
the curb market days from her home here after a visit with relatives
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:! cheaply one of the moat important prices are never exceeded and per cent solution of nicotine< sulphate., professional visitor here Saturday.
two to three.DeSotoOrders. and friends in south Florida.
k' .1, ':' elements of commercial fertilizers. seldom equaled. j I Dilute a half pint of the. extract with Henry Peters of Jacksonville was
't,4t ; This lsn case where the farmer, 60 gallons of water. Other tobacco I Misses Emma Johnson and Estella attending to business here Wednes-
,
i I have been taken Hobby have been the of friends'in
cyanamide; with his oWn shoulder to the wheel, Is extracts are used in the proportion of guests day.
: for 8,000 pounds of acid. Six Green Cove this week.
picric
: Springs
!, i, the active support of the farmers and working out his own salvation. We I about 1 part to 100 parts of water. In j I III George and Eugene Similar returned
1 cite' the for what it Is schools have been visited this week Supt. II. B. Wiggins of Starke
the opposition of the most powerful case worth believing alt cases follow the directions printed ,was Monday from Mt. Dora after a
r and CO club members enrolled.
that there Is for attending to business here this week.
of the influences arrayed against him room many on the package label. short visit with :Mr. and Mrs. Angus ....
His plans include: the furnishing of other such organizations in Florida.! "In using any of thee solutions it'' SUGGESTIONS FOR WATERMELON Rev. Butler, of Campville will fill Bielling. Mrs. Shallar remained for h 1;:'

!' light and power to a large extent of is essential to put in something to act GROWERS his regular appointment here next a longer visit and later will visit relatives '
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country; this some Southern light and KEEP SOME BEES ai a spreader, otherwise tho liquid Sunday, morning and evening. in Tampa. '

A. power companies regard as promis will not run down into the bases of Mr.\ and Mrs. W. E. Allgood and I
'I I Watermelon
of Central
1.\,\ ?! ing dangerous rivalry and hey are Most bees, if permitted to swarm the leaves where the.thrips are. Soap growers children, Blanche Gladys and Gertrude W. L. Blair and E. D. Summerswere
Florida should ,
have their seed in the
,, naturally will about double them- attended the convention at the visitors to Lake City Tuesday.
{ ; in the lists against him. Is !good 4 pounds to 50 gallons of wa ,
ground by 20. Growers of
February R. A. Y. Roberts and
D. C. Williamswere
> i The struggle over congressional ac selves every year; BO, when a beginner ter. For hard water use more, but Starke Christian church Sunday.
; South North Florida
I should
or plant attending to business in High
\ ; starts out with one or two colo- too much soap may burn the plants. Dennis and Holland Brannen spent
a few days earlier or later. Springs Thursday.
',contest/ lies, it is only a few years before he "Lime-sulphur Is another good sub New land is beat for watermelons.If the week-end in Lake Butler. ,.

i 't latent resentment of the -farming has a large sized apiary. The cost of stance to give body and cause the solution Mr. Olden of Graham, was a- business -
I ;, .; interest' against Wall Street as repre- operation with a few colonies is very to spread. One gallon]] of the you cannot get new land select a visitor here Tuesday.J. "Bunk," as a word, is very expres-

: r aentlng "Big Business" seems flaming small and the time required for their commercial lime-sulphur to 50 gallons grown plat where melons have not been If. Saxon has been a recent bUSIness sive and yet it is only bunk.1BQuwwoJmmtIfIHIHHDtU'l".
for five or six This lessens -
. \\1 t I" to the top. And the central figure care is of no real importance. of the spray Is sufficient In spraying | the risk of disease years.* visitor to Gainesville. t

{I of the scene ia himself one of the Many people could. easily have a strong pressure is essential. I|I I Watermelon land should be broad W. C. Hunt, of Sampson City, wasa !' ""_
great capitalists of the but colony or two of bees In their gardens Two business visitor here
l country Sprayings Necessary Monday. COFFINS & CASKETS
; casted and disc-harrowed two or three

i CALOMEL SALIVATES while more the beemen's Industry could into be enlargedby the bus "To control this insect completely I i weeks before planting time.. Mrs. Durden's birthday dinner was I And a Full Line of I

'! t AND LOOSENS TEETH iness on a larger going scale Honey it is necessary to spray twice. As ]I i About ten days before planting, given as a surprise by her daughter, UtlJerialt.ra' Supplies
.t ducing in pro- previously stated the eggs are placed, check off the field and apply :from 400 Mrs. H, F. CHesser and daughterinlaw -

f The Very Next Done of Thin Treacherous dant; and plants they wait Florida in the are woods abun for beneath the akin of the leaf. Theyare ( to 600 pounds of fertilizer to the acre, Mrs. A. A. Durden. The dining AUTOMOBILE HEARSEs
Drug May Start Trouble therefore safe from any spray. In room of Mrs. Durden's home
,; the bees to gather their nectar. j putting it around the places when Always on hand. The beat service -
three or four days all of these eggs, tastefully decorated with pot ferns,, at the
: the seed will be planted. This means lowest price Special -
i While there
b You know what calomel is. It's are some troubles with will be hatched. The plants should that the fertilizer will become incor- Christmas cactus and roses. The dining attention to telegraph or- :'
which the
h'as
'; :', mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan such certain beekecpr to contend; then be sprayed again to kill the I I porated into the soil and there will bless e I table was ladened with various en. Registered Embalmer. .
the
as diseases
gerous. It crashes! in sour bile like wax I, young thrips. "Not less than four nor danger on injury to the seed from kinds of delicious food. In the center

dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. ends moth with ants the etc.;; generally the year more than ten days should elapse be- j the caustic action of the fertilizer. was a large, white pound cake bearing DeWTIT C. JONES
beekeeper haing nice
a "
-, Calomel attacks the bones and balance to his credit. In fact his tween spraying It is a good idea to follow the first 77 lighted candles. STARKE FLA

should l never be put into your ayet balance is usually much greater than Subscribe planting with one or two others, with Besides a nice sum of money she received -
to the
Telegraph. beautiful and expensive
tem. his who has some other hobby or business about a week Intervening ,between many -
If feel each. This is advised because frost presents. This was quite a surpriseto
y you bilious headachy con- if we consider the amount of
Anyway
we always know
,, .. stipated and all knocked out, just go money Invested and the work done. thing that we are unable to get.a good Is liable to kill unexpectedly the first beautiful her, as dinner she knew and gifts nothing until of she the ASPIRINName

to your druggist and get a bottle of You do not have to live on a farmin planting.
entered the dining room.
Dodaon'a Liver Tone for a few cents order to own bees. They seem to Habitual Constipation cared
i which ia a harmless veetable substitute do about'as well in the city, providingthe in 14 to 21 Days ,HAMPTON The invited guests were her sister "Bayer" on Genuine

I '. for dangerous calomel. Take number of colonies is limited as "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a ipeclally. Mrs. Wm. Jones granddaughter Mrs.
i'M a they do in the prepared! Syrup Tonlc-LaxaMve( forHabitua. Hampton Feb. 3.-Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Easton of Jacksonville Mrs.
spoonful and if it doesn't start yourliver country. Constipation. It relieves promptly but H. Saxon Miss Corine Wheeler J'I Elsie Sparkman Mrs. J. S. Bute, Mrs.F. G
] ahd straighten you up better and should.l be taken regularly!& for 14 to 21 days a
W. II. Griffin and Griffin attended E. E. Hutchinson
quicker than nasty calomel and without to induce regular action. It Stimulates end Percy Henry and W. *In "
making you sick, just go back and Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take 60c church at Starke Sunday.L. the afternoon other friends entered j
i get your money. per bottle. A. and R. B. Johns and families and spent a pleasant afternoon around

1 Don't take calomel! It makes you 1886 of Jacksonville were visitors here the fireside.; Her kind and cheerful

sick the next day; it loses you a day's A TONIC Saturday.Mr. disposition has won for her many'rlends

work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens drove's Tasteless chili Tonic restore and Mrs. J. V. Jones visited who join with the relativesIn

y, you right up and you feel great. Energy!& and Vitality by Purifying and his uncle Robert Wynn of Starke, wishing her many more happy
No salts necessary. Give it to the DAVISINSURANCE Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Sunday.J. birthdays.

children because it Is perfectly harm. strengthening Invigorating effect,lee how R. Bevill, .Graham was trans Dal'lJl paler you I" tJt. ems
tl less and cannot salivate.-Adv-69. It brings color to the cheeks and howit acting business here this week. PROVIDENCE ."Bayw"... not 011. package. or OIl tablet. yea
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Improve. the appetite will then \ M.\ ecribed genuine A/t1)irln pr.
you Mrs. E. Manaire and little Verl bT pbywlcllor'
''} No Worm la a Healthy Child fAll appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's Manaire are guests of Mrs. Manalre'a Providence Feb. 3.-I. M. Douglas I years and proved .I. by mlWona.twenty Take oue

'1" 6e.itnyco children or.wales troubled Indicates with' Worm poor blood.haw and*a un-.a Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply daughter Mrs. Ben Brannen this of the U. S. N.;, with headquarters in Aaplria for Oolde, iieadaeb. In Ute Baer package .

,a'. rule then I Is more or leas. stomach dUturbano. Iron and Quinine suspended In wrap. So week. New York, Is visiting his wife and Ear..he. Neuralgia, ltheiss
GROVE'S TASTELESS!: !: CHILL TONIC glvra' miu- pleasant even children\ like IL The blood four TO tbache.
1.,.. lady for two 01'u.- weekS will orlch the Wood. needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Mrs. Terry of Lawtey was visiting baby at the home of Mr..and Mrs. W. .bleta Pain.of Heady tha box..01 twelve Bay i\
'It t mprevethoAfaesdea..ndaetuateenl9trooath.nlogTopbrothewhol. here Saturday. 11. Similar. cat few seta
:\1 .,...... Nature will then STARKE Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and ,p1fta also lid e'llrLn ? Dreg-
1111".all 01'dupe' tba wonn.,.ndU ChUiJwlllb* dip germs by its Strengthening. Invigorating ron*!! Vera Long who is teaching Hughey Slstrunk of Mt.-Tabor, was Ie the trade mart of packagea Aaplrio
'I' iu perfect.*"!!. Ple. ...llt toU*..'73c poor bucU. Effect. :COc.: .here, visited friends and relatives at here Sunday afternoon. of Mon aediC5Cide t.r BaJer 01 S&&I1UI&eture C7 oacid.i .

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TRiDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1932.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPR, STARKE, FLORIL1A i I
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WORSE STORM IN 23 YEARS WATER ILL 1 Our school closed Friday Many ot THE ROAD TO KNOWLEDGE NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS MEETING' I

r the patrons were present and dinner Notice t.f hereby given thut tho rcjtiitar .*. '1
Watermill, Feb. 3.-J. T. Reaves, of was spread tho nun) mm-tintt of the etnckholder* of the h ull-
on
ground ut tho I'm
noon just bmnn
a mann mural Wutvr
Co., will bo held
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[ GRIPPED ATLANTIC STATES I Gainesville, and B. Green of Pine Hill I I f and the closing exorcises were held 3 As you're a man nirioff! of the BWinMnry. in SUirke 'lorldn/At. th oa* ,
Mundny' :
i were transacting business hero last the afternoon. January DO 10ii2, at :2:00: p. m., t*
And think it fine el""t n btmrd of Jlrwtor for the :year and t*
ftveek.J.
trananct such othvr buntnpns an
As nretwiary
you'll I
Washington Jun. 29.-Curled 1 under agree 1': K. FERKYMAN.;
[.from one to than 1 ported rushing toward tho East and Goodge was a business visitor to HELPING THE KNOCKEKS> To know tho thingsThllt's l-EO-2t-I-2T. Secretary: A Tr.< more two fuel of weather bureau officials scanned their Brookor Saturday. dons and said .

f(snow by one of the most severe storms charts and reports anxiously! to see i ic if Fred Green, of Tine Hill, attended Throughout] tho world] ORDER FOR fUBLICATION
Some Florida In
Hn several decades, the middle Atlantic the two newspapers feel] call- n ITU it Court Stnta. of Flnrhln. EI"hl
section of the country spent Sunday disturbances might add to the the school' entertainment at BrookerFriday ed upon to devote their columns at And not dependOn rery.1C.Juitfolnl. Clrauit Bradford County In Chn. ,

|in valiant but mostly vain efforts t r general] demoralization. They said night. frequent periods to answering the tirades being: told L. Wltflon, \

[." resume the activities suspended Fri o tonight that it was too early to aster Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children, of of the "knocking dim" which is By word of mouth I va Comiilulnant. I

} j day night when the storm tain whether the new storms, one over Brooker, spent the week-end hero with ever busy berating Florida. e What's going on Alden Hilton .t .1.1
swept I 'I
S 1 from the south. up Texas and the other over the Northwest her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Nothing successful] ever existed, And guess you know It pprnrln by auTidnvit Dvfondant.
nppcndoi! to the
The storm would reach the stricken region. Green. whether it was a state or a city or Of one sure way Mil fllfd In the above .Iat d mare that Mary, .
described by the weather All indications in Washington tonight Mr. To learn each day IS. Con PH. the drfrnilntit then.In named la a. .
and Mrs.
bureau as the worst in Horace Stokes and merely a man, which did not draw non-mldfnt. of thn ntala of Florida, and in
had twentythreej ,I were than even with the favori children, of New River, spent Sunday criticisms of itself and attract the Of all the news. rwlilcnt'of, 8tonmvlllf. New York co( Curt.a. ".
j passed out to sea and it i, able weather forecast Joliimon. R. D. No. 1. and la over ttia our of
it Subscribe for tho
would be sav- here vistiing the former's venom of the confirmed i '
"knocker. twr> ( t
f center was said by the parents, I ny*on. yvara ; It in thi>r fnr* onlrnd I that
| to bo weather bureau | seal! days before normal conditions Mr..and Mrs. C. M. Lewis. Florida is a success-if it were not, TAMPA MORNING] TRIBUNE aid non-rcntdent lufendnnt ho end I. liprebv
some distance north-north, iNHiulred to appear to the bill of complitlnt
east of Bermuda but ( were restored. Some improvement George James, of Cooler Pond, El- the "knockers" would let it alone. j I Daily and Sunday rates fllnil In sold ..".* on or baforo Monday the

North Caroina to southern in its wake however i was discernable tonight, ]lery Thomas and Hugh Butler Crosby There's no fun in "knocking" somc- : $3.00 per year Ibo Uth: allftrattona Hay' of Fob.II.of mid..,.. A.bill D.will 122.< be olh.rwU" I
New taken
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land and Eng | railroads entering the city announc-- of Brooker, were guests of their thing which ia already recognUbed asa j $1.00 for six months eonfi>Med by mid defendant. aa .
from
the coast to tho Alle ing the It i tn further onlnred that this order b..
more and $2.00 for three months pit-
friends here
more frequent Sunday. failure. It's the
'' gheny mountains all arrival thing which has U.h.d l ono a week for four eonareutlvo ivcvk
was burled under j| of trains and one trunk line trac- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and succeeded against which those writers Daily] only rates In the Bradford County Triumph a nowan.1' .- I

a snow blanket. I I ition company operating a few -cars children, of Graham were visitors to direct their shaft of sarcastic junk. $0.00, $3.00: $1.50.: 1-13-31. "This nubllnhed January In 9.sold 1022.county and .lnt..

.,. Washington as the center of the Ion, a single track on Pennsylvania] the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. The Times ; escnews G. w. ALfERMAN> .
storm area and the center of the !! avenue and Fourteenth street Thomas Sunday afternoon. ordinarily resolutions I ._ I I (SiRl) ClBy k Circuit Court.
and promises about the future Cl. KNIOirr.n.ututy .
a
storm's strength, suffered the most; : With the exception of one trunk line Eugene Bryant and son, Morris, A newspaper lives in the active now !I i i To Cure a Cold. E. K. I'KRUYMANV Clerk.'
severely-a toll of nearly a hundred 1 street business Remove the seeds of one mc car service: however, was com- i were transacting in Brooker and cannot venture backward into the :' Complainant 1-13-M-2-1
lives having been taken and more than Ij i pletely] demoralized. Long lines of. Saturday morning. grapefruit put tho pulp Into one
tread l
past
or lightly the thin air
on
a hundred injured some of whom may cars remained Tom the quart of cold water and boll slowly SHEHIFF'B !!IAI..
Markey of Evan
; through the was guest
:". be added later to the list of dead. !(: ed day of the future. Promises and resolutions ] antll It Is reduced to ono pint. Strain:' Iforeby notice ,la alien thAI J.Y.. J. EI.p.r"n. ,
i with
i snow exactly where bat1k-1 Hodges Saturday. are dangerous, for the future, tl1l.IDrlllil cnn'-luill nh.'rilT of PmHford' County, Flnrliln. ".- !
r The loss of life in the capital] with J I crews had left them Russel] Reddish of Heilbronn and sweeten to I ler and by virtue of that certain writ of *xcutlfin .->
'' Friday was with its shifting action, may bring the quantity hot just lifter, retiring at I (n.u.d out of and under the hand ...
4A one or two exceptions was due to the yesterday where they surrendered to here Sunday. the newspaper into a position '>l being night and tho rpitmlmlrr cold la too .enl of the terk nf the circuit court of Brad I

r" collapse] of the roof of a motion picture the storm. Ranged alongside the cars I Mr. and !Mrs. Lonzo Goodge and forced' to remain spent or stultify i morning. Repeat the second nltflil: U In ford favor county.of Florida VlrKlnla-Carolinn, ...aln., It.Chemical O. (innnn.Com mm4 _

theatre under the weight of 20 and scattered through side streets children, of Pine Hill, Mr. and Mrs. i! itself by breaking its' and for I occosxiiry. rnny, a corporation and dated. th. 2nd tiny ./
promise ...
J.m' .
1912,
j'I will offer for pale and rill| totha
I inches of snow and this catastrophe were hundreds of automobiles stuck Eaton Brown and children, of Starke, getting its resolution. htKhmt and beat bidder for ciwh. In frontof

t. accounted for most of the injuries. I in the drifts and with the snow in were here Sunday visiting Mr. and I However, in this Cllsl''The Times I Colds Cause Urip and Influenza enemy the courthnUHi Flnrlila,. durlnir door In the Starke IrHal, hmtra llradford of

! \ Even aside from the theatre disaster some cases drifted over the tops. Mrs. J ..Goodge.W. II believes that it might .Jead the LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE!:TiMi-lj" .move Hitcauiio. pale on Monday th. flth day of ....".II.r1'.
; way Tlior In only one 1n" Qululr.a.: .
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191'>> .1
I for the ,
of
.h 4 the capital was hard hit and although '' The population] of the city, despite W. Brown was in Clayno Sun for dome Florida newspapers by asking E;. W (Clove's( "''"".".,.. "nho 2W.. outftin the fnllowlnir purpoii real ntlnfylnii.vatnt Ut pall HradfurdjM. *x* \\j
:l the snow stopped falling few the blockading snow suffered day. mnly. Vlnrl.l4A.H..I. ,
; a little that they tentatively join in giving
hours after midnight it was not until from a scarcity of foodatugs./: Bread Allen and Merrill Thomas !pent these "knockers" a doso of the silent MASTKR'fl SAI.KNotice : Routhwert North Half Quarter of of Boiithwnnt Suutheant Qunrtr
1 long after day had dawned that the which was unpurchasabe ]last night In Friday night at Brooker vi itlng. treatment. The "knocker" dearly virtue of II fn that hvrvhy curium iclven flnnl that dier full effect was assessed. 'the residential sections Messrs. Tom Markey and Evan un tnnilo and entered. <>n JanUAry A. A. I>. niiar. In Northwest corner thereof all Ie
Daylightfought was delivered ] loves to be Nw.
"knocked. He likes to 111J2, by HnnornWff A. V. Lang jmlK of the St.: Twp. 0 South Knniro 22 Kant.:
\. the city without any sort of to stores throughout most of the city Hodges and Misses Pearl and Ruby ,, see other folks in his business. lIe's' Circuit. Court:: in and fur HrutlritrU: : Cminty.Florida. W. J. EPPERSON. 1
: I In hut wrtnln CIIIHO wlmrrln I. K. RherlfT of Bradford County, Florida.
t street car service, its streets blocked j" during the day.Taking Greene were in the Dukes section on about the only man of that disposi Rhoilt'n and T. R. Hfmlinon.. partner. dame D. K KNIGHT.
i''": to impassability with its Sunday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I huol"..* under the firm n.mo of lthn,lt>n and Attorney fur Plaintiff In Execution.
snow sub.I warning from the theatre tion. But he does, nevertheless.] If IIcndt. >mon. are entnnlnlnantji, and] K. <}. Uuoilwlne .- l.fl-flt-2-8.
t r I urbs completely] cut off, deliveries of j I catastrophe, many apartment house Rimes. I he finds his "knocking" propaganda Is and Julia iimilwlmi are duft>ninnt] ... thetinilinilifnf r_
I !l will otTcr fur safe l nn'l will p.11!!
bread, milk and other perishable foodstuffs < and office buildings issued orders car- Evan Creasy and Melbree] Hodges i winning publicity for him, he cares for rap h tn the hluhoot and bent Milder: In I MASTER'S !SALB!
greatly curtailed and i 1 ]yin the were among those who attended the front of the rmirthmme ilnnr. In Htnrkt. liratlfonl Notice In Yitireliy.. irlven that umler, and byvlrlu.
day for little what the
many removal of He
the
snow papers may say. ) Cnunly Klnrliln.' on Mnnilny the llth day of that aortal final riVcr. ** of fnraelo -
buildings endangered by the load of : from the roofs. Many porches and surprise party at the home of Mr. 1 gets before the public eye and he's I ;of Mnrch. A. D. 1022 during the louul. hmim .iir* mad! anti ntrrd on January 2, tltitf.

\ snow. The hours of Sunday were. small structures, however, collapsed. and Mrs. A. L. Green, given in honor I better known the next tim he appears of nnla.ilficniPt for the the follnwlnir pII1u of Tcnl MHtinfyinir entitle' pad enlil ppronnl anal -- I by ttradford the Judas County of the, Florida(lre.nlt, Court..n that In and oerUlii for

.,. spent in attempts to restore a semb- I Daybreak was welcomed by the city of their daughter, Pearl's] 21st birth- in his favorite role. .to-wltt propurty In llradf : j ...n" and J. I.. Aldvrman.'
lance of normal conditions and though firemen and police who day. Brother Florida] The IN..rlh Half of the( Rnnthrmit QUI..I..1 I .. .aa Exiteiitora nf the
editors
i described the I let's forget of tlm, Nortlniuit Qnurtor of Rp..tifin 1ft, ntnt of W. C. TowtiH nd. diceavd. ar.
aided by favorable weather-sunshine : preceding hours as a "night of hor- Wiley Edmond.son, of Sampson, was the "knocker" and let's refuse to pay nhlp; S, O R. lit Eliot containing 20 sons.r..wn-I eomitlnlnaata, and P. S. Dunmark fmlll'n..nm..rk.
.
'' hip wife and Bunk of Luke Hutlor. -
.t', and thawing temperature-the city :; roe" Fires were reported in nearly n the guest of friends here Saturday attention to him in our columnar Better I Or IfMN.Ainu Eleven (It) ni-nil of Lock cattle and a corporation ar. di'fcndantHt, the ..". .
tonight was still in the grip of the !half i dozen ] afternoon.Mrs. had throw their $IncreniMv nince the 2Ard tiny of July A. ntlfincd. will, oils far pale and will ..11 for
# :j widely separated sections we up a smoke screen D. 1917. marked Hlnpe. In one ..... tipper nlone ...h to the hltthent and bet bltblvr* In front
storm. j I: last night after prcatlcally all the fire Bell Thomas and baby were of truth and a barrage of thousand and ujmlur hit Inthe other ear brandtd l>fa> of the courthoiu door In Stark, lirpdfudCounty.
\ mond P. '. Florida on Monday, the Sib day. of
The coastal region had added to the fighting .apparatus had been sent to shopping in Brooker Friday morning.Little ] of boosting facts that can be found I A. r.. A KINA. February. 1922. during the .li'iral hour of

.' factor of snow strong gales which |i the scene of the theatre disaster as a Eugene Goodge was numbered within our state, until these "knock- A. R. CREWS 8leclM Mlu<"ir In C"<"""P"ffnllclUir .al. .on Mid aatd final day dicre for. the the purpose following of real aatlifyInir -

crippled] shipping. The Hampton j!precautionary measure. on the sick list last week.ZIFJo' ers"! will be lost in the haze and] for CompliilnnntH.. 2-S-0t-9.0 'tat. lylnx and buliiif, In Bradford County FlorIda M- I,

ri+. Roads district experienced heavy seas 'I'It. I! Reflecting the tie-up of railroad ed to seek other targets for forc'I'I NOTICE OP 8TOrKHOM MEETING I' 8., ..to-wlt.,hu.: .
Quarter of SoutheaJit Qurater fRoetlon _
Notice In
hnifbr alien that the irulur
a'* i
t along its waterfronts, a forty-two-' transportation hundreds slept lastnight tacks.-St. Petersburg Times. nun) iuM'ttnir of th* ntixikholtl of th. I lfsapton i I\ le( lea 6 aorea deeded off: alnn' Nurth-
mile gale and a dense mist of snow in the union Slat Hunk will bo held In (Its banhtnicroom mat Quarter of Northeast Quarter of BuctloM
station on cots Ziff,. Feb. 3.-Miss Rhoda Thomas In Hampton Florldn. on TuMi and sleet the sent there UPo"". Taertt, cfc.CJ TM I I Hnnth ItanK M E..
keeping area within the by the war department. spent Sunday afternoon at Graham -tlt : 10., U\ lia. at 713 p. m? to tlvtft board "
Virginia capes closed to maritime :Many of these stranded travelers n..bma'dtathyam murily >>y mrlryta4 ant. t of director. for the ermuititf yrar'.nd, trannHotnuoh I A. S. CREWS
were | tho. guest of her sister, Mrs. Lomie ... other buttlm. .. may coma bffom thum. Spvelal M ruler In CII""..", .
traffic and malting] navigation extremely still in the capital] tonight and while I I liliiittlitf bluoii. y nn >nfiMilrfiiFtTunii< A. A. PUTCll. D. E. KNIGHT. .
: Reynolds.] > I ivloorotloii: vc.I I i I" M* 1-6-11 CaMhtcr. Solicitor for Coniplnlnanta.' 1-e-at-2.3 S. ..
] perilous to the few vessels had
some obtained hotel accommodations -
Strickland
Dewey and
Misses Or- .. .. .. .
moving. { others .. .
slept as they did last --- ---- ---- - -- -
rie and Mary Thomas, Clara St. Clair, .
Reports the weather bureau to- night. To aid in the transmission of
of Cooter Pond
I were in our burg Sat
night indicated that pales which were | mails Secretary Denby early today ordered urday afternoon. They were accompanied I --- -

strong from Cape Cod to Cape Hat-i 500 marines from Quantico, Va., home by Misses Avy Starlingand
teras the would diminish and 150 from
during day the marine barracks'' Alva] Thomas.
before the end of the night as the ]here into the railroad yards to remove I
I Mrs. S. L. Prescott was recently
storm center passed out over the sea. snow.
called to Louise to tho bedside of her
Tho forecast was for cloudy and Unsettled -
: father, Sam Pons, who Is seriously] ill ,
weather over<<: the middle At- [ Commercial :
I 666 Is a prescription for Colds .with Brlght's disease.Dr. I

lantic region tomorrow and Tuesday 'i Fever and LaGrippe. It's the Middleton] of Starke, was a I

U with'no severely cold weather. most speedy remedy we know- caller in our burg Saturday after- :
Two new storms, however, were re- Adv.

I noon.Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas! attended 'I'

". Friday night.the entertainment at Brooker Job Printing


Messrs. Lomie Thomas and John

NEW SERIES Thigpen, of Graham were visitors to

our school] Friday.
,
Miss Avy Starling spent the weekend (

at Cooter Pond with her uncle, ,,

Wade Starling. '

Gerald] the little son of Mr. and
,
Mrs. Lacy Prevatt, Is numbered on

the sick list this week. .1

l I "' Mr. and Mrs. M. Starling and chil- CARDS ',
fYii
I r e dren, of Cooter Pond, passed through I

our burg Sunday. M POSTERS ,

ENVELOPESBILL
LODGE DIRECTORY .
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f F.-A: A. M. HEADS .

Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. A A. M.. -
; ;'
NOTE HEADS
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meets every 2nd and 4th Monday ;

; nightsat 8 oVlock. Visiting brother.
WINDOW CARDS
welcome. Members expected to be I !


The Finest Sedan present. L. G. POWELL, W. M. ; SHIPPING TAGS 1

E. W. HAYES, Sec'y. ; LETTER HEADS :. .

I. .
? Ever Sold for so Little i. o. O. F. '

< May Lodge No. 10, I. O. 0; F.,

i t 'Good.looking: with its blue end meets every Tuesday night at 7:39.: .W. : '

'.' All members should be present, v*.-
black finish, its four doors, its tan :
iting brothers .welcome.] I I .'

velours interior. E. W. HAYES N. G. '
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Unvaryingly dependable, and 25 W. L. WALL See',.. I I

,. miles to the gallon of gasoline "
W. O. W. I

is common: AU Friends Camp No. 138, VT. O } : : i3racljorcCounty /

Easy-riding oecause Triplex W., meets every Friday night at B I j jI

Springs ward off road shocks. o'clock at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting '1 ... .

Sovereigns and members) requested to .
The comfortable way to motor '
be present. | /II' "
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'*; at lowest cost. D. L. RIGBY C. C. !

Sedan J. W. MORGAN, Clerk. I''i :
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Will break a Cold. Fever and I i .

. complete, f. o. b. Tote Jo Grippe quicker than anyth'nc; i ,

Roadster tJ9S Touring 'J9J Coupe 8SO -Adv we know, preventing pneumonia I if f

; FLORIDA
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Quigley Overland CompanySTARKE. To Cure a Cold .In One flay i

Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININC' !: Tablet
atopa tha t jujlh ao FLORIDA r WTCROVE .Itnatun ou cacti: U.* ?
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEf RAPlI. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3. 192.I .

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COUNTY AGENT'.EI'OItTS
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Aha him-Land is being rapid!]

I rWith tt prepared and fertilized for Irish Potatoes .

The Bradford I and watermelons. Cabbage

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fields are in fine condition.St. .


I II 1 r County FarmersFORD'S Johns-Visits to several clubs ;

.' J this week reveal the fact that members W. R. IG L Ev. J" s

I .'' -' .............".. S.."u N.N.H.N N ..... of the Irish potato clubs have '.
, ..-.W, planted their crops and that those ol !

r.\ I the sweet potato clubs have prepared ,

FORD'S OFFER AND TilE FARMERS one noted for his generosity to those 1r their fields.
I' who serve him and his active sympa- _._ ,a r _....- ,

thy with the less :fortunate as well as WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Marion\ -Addressed the state Swim;,

Henry Ford's comprehensive offer for the magnitude of his undertak Growers Association on curing porkat i

for the Muscle Shoals nitrate plant ings. Powerful as are the influences Here la Good Advice For You! home. Helped five farmers buy !

which the federal government started against his propisitlon, the support of dairy cattle from a herd brought into

during the world war but has not the great majority of his fellow citizens : I. Lexington, Ky.-"I have used Dr. the county by a pure bred breeder.

completed, will ,probably result 4In a makes his success In the negotia- Golden Pierce's Medical Favorite Discovery Prescription and in my the I \Valton-Several hundred fruit trees 1 A rlll l lC
tions with the government quite cer
hot struggle in congress by the latter family for years and I cannot recommend
part of this week. The alignment on tain. This in tho day of "Big Things"and them too highly. During the have been set this week. Several new
Henry Ford's Muscle Shoals plant period of middle life the Prescriptionand poultry farms are being establishedin
of
both acceptance
sides of this question
will be of Times-Union. the Discovery were a wonderful the county.
is interesting even to those who one them.- help to me. No woman should try A hi tfl ,, 1 1t
may be indifferent as to the outcome. to do without them at that time."- ,
Lined up behind :Mr. Ford is the TilE FARMER HIS OWN RESCUER Mrs. Nannie Kelley, 731 Jackson St. Madison-Farmers are inoculatingtheir
Your health is most important to hogs/ against cholera. The farm
4.congrew you. It's easily improved. If you bureau continues to grow.
The discussions at the recent meeting suffer from heat flashes dizziness, or
ben who are convinced of the advisability of the Florida Swine Growers' any of the symptoms common to
\"olusia-I have Just ordered 1600
of acceptance of the offer Association in Ocala reveal the fact women at the critical period in life,
Just ask your nearest for this blueberry trees for several of our far
:
And by others who fear the effect up- : that the ]leading farmers of this state Prescription of Dr. Fierce druggist!:s!, in tabletor mers.

on the farmer voto in helr respective are fully aware of the fact that mar- liquid' form. Semi 10 centS to (

districts of a vote against a proposi- keting has become one of the para- Dr. Pierce1 Invalids Hotel, Buffalo Gadsdcn-Watermelons will l I.e This new b4) \= .
I features of N.Y., if you wish n trial pkg. and write '
mount that
is '
the agriculture
lion which is enlisting warm sup for free, confidential medical advice. grown in the Havana section onjhe sugarcoatedgum -
y i : port of the agricultural interests oft j I is no longer of ]less con8equenceihan.-- 1'I > co-operative plan this year. Seed for ( ,

-the country. This agahr1ssupp-orEiiri production. TOBACCO EXTRACTS WILL KILL ICO: acres of Big Stem Jersey sweet delights"young

solidly we judge by the various organizations 'I Considerable divergence of opinion ONION Til RIPS potatoes, which were ordered co-op- and old. +
of farmers. Many organ evidenced itself as to how the mar- ,I
I eratively, are coming in and will le
izations, both civic and business, have j ketlng problem should be solved. But The onion thrip a minute brown bedded soon. It "melts in- your

I passed, resolutions favoring tho acceptance all were in accordance with the idea insect closely related to the orange;

I of the Ford offer. He, himself that the solution] of this problem is yellow thrips found in rose and citrus Bay-This week have culled a flock mouth" and the gum in the

receives thousands of letters of up to the :farmer himself, and those blooms, may be controlled by spraying of 80 chickens given a demonstrationin center remains to aid digestion

"i encouragement every week. closely allied/ agencies of agriculture.If with tobacco extracts accordingto / pruning peach trees helped select 5,

I. Against acceptance are "'rrayed it is up to the farmer we have Prof. J. R. Watson entomologistof / five orders for fruit trees and advised brighten teeth and soothe mouth .

dome powerful interests. Among them reason to believe that the problemwill the Florida Experiment Station.In seven farmers as to the use of ferti- and throat. }
be solved. The studof American to recent for lizer. t
are the national fertilizer association response a request
in nitrate life gives us confidence in thefarmer's information on,this insect he
; and other interests engaged enemy
There the other WRIGLEY
manufacture the electric power inter- ability to work out his own issued the following statement: Hillsborough-Farmers are prepar- are

: est, Wall Street and the Merchants salvation. No one can dispute the "The tips of onion leaves, when the ing for spring crops in earnest. Veg- friends to choose from, too: ,
L Association\ \ of New York, the water fact that the conditions of our farm plants are attacked by onion thrips etables and fruits are still rolling to

power conservationists and, others life and farm people has ever been a are conspicuously "whitened. When market by carlolld'l.lIamiltonTwa .

' whose profits are endangered by the true index to the Industrial and social. examined closely loaves, which have UI!

'I rl great operations Mr. Ford purposes conditions existing in our country. :. been attacked by the insects, are carloads of hog!

to undertake. Most of these are conducting found dry with white sunken spots were shipped from our county this h IiRIIL

active propaganda against FARMERS IN MARION COUNTY and present a Tasked appearance. The potatoes I' '

t the proposition and the congre8 man'3 COOPERATEOne plant fails to make proper growth and ordered co-operatively came

lot "is not a happy one" these days. may die. Like the flower thrip on- I this week. About thirty barrels will

Mr. Ford's plans" are very compre hundred and twenty-six farmers ion thrips become more abundant dur- be bedded co-operatively. Fire will ?

hensive. They seen to cover all the in and around Ocala( are solving ing dry weather, but they are more be used to heat the beds.

activities which the tremendous po- the problem' of marketing, at least or less prevalent in onion beds during

; tentlal power, of the Muscle Shouts! from the purchasing end through the winter. Santa Rosa-Many of our farmersare

can subserve. It might be Been that I their own institution known as the "Thfso insects are only about l-S'J: setting our satsuma orange trees.I C26
Farmers' Cooperative Association of of inch in have taken orders for 1200 trees this
i he was undertaking'more{ than evenIIi' an length. They work .
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his in would Marlon county. mostly n't the bases of the leaves week.
great resources capital
Campville Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. U. Ilammons of Palestine
,
records' ,
The the
bo to but ford never organization Thrips produce a generation In about I
( equal Henry un
dertook anything ho did not succeed( show that groceries have been han-. fifteen days therefore multiplylnfi: Okaloosa-Everything points to the Miss Estella Simmons of Palatka,, is visiting her daughter Mrs. Tom-
county doing its share of club work has recently been the guest of Misses I linson, who is sick. -*
.. in, unless it was that notable peace dled for six months and feed for four rapidly I if the weather is favorable.,
crusndo. Ills project, prompted by a months, and that these two phases of: The eggs are laid in the tissue of the this year. Beatrice and Beulah Harvey.Mr. A number of young folks gatheredat
the business have Trjest, of Theresa, was a busi- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
notably strong business sense, has the approximated $47- onion :just beneath the surface .and
1 approval of one of the most practical 000.The hatch in about three days. Duval-Farmers are preparing land ness visitor here Tuesday. Clyatt Thursday night to spend a social
for potatoes. Am-giving much assistance Master Reginald Henry of Poka- hour .
of scientists and inventors, Thomas association Is incorporated for Spray With Nicotine Sulphate -
t r; Edison. $20,000 halt of which him already "The proper control measure is in the use, of fertilizers. moke, Md., who has been the guest of J. C, Ward and son, Johnnie, and J.

With the enormous plant Mr. Ford been paid in. The stockholders were 1 I spraying with some form of tobacco. hisuncle, F. E. Henry for several L. Summers were business visitors to

purposes he will be able to producein recently paid over 12 per cent in dividends There are several tobacco extracts on Dade-Our curb market has grownso weeks, returned to his home Sunday. Lake City Monday.:
and it is said that regular retail the market the important we are having to increase Mrs I. J. Priest ball returned to
great abundance and sell very strongest being a 40- Dr. D. C. Witt, of Alnchua, was a
u prices lire never exceeded, and cent solution of the curb market days from I It her home here after a visit with relatives
cheaply one of the most important per nicotine sulphate.,, professional visitor here Saturday.
q elements of commercial 'fertilizers, seldom equaled. I Dilute ir half pint of the extract with't I two to three.I and friends in south Florida. Henry Peters, of Jacksonville was

p sulphate of an1l,1onla. and also cyan- This is a case where the farmer 50 gallons of water. Other tobacco Misses Emma Johnson and Estella, attending to business here Wednes
amide; and on that point hinge alike with his own shoulder to the wheel is extracts are used in the proportion of :I DeSoto-Orders have been taken Hobby have been the guests of friendsIn day.

the active support of the farmers and working out his own salvation. We'cite 'about 1 part to 100 parts of water. In j Ischoob for 8,000 pounds of picric acid. Six Green Cove Springs this week. George and
Shallar
Eugene returned
a the opposition of the most powerful the case for what it is worth believing all cases follow the directions printedon have been visited this week Supt. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke was \ -
from
Monday Mt. Dora after
''a, of the influences arrayed against him that there U! room for many the package label. I and CO club members enrolled. attending to business hero this week. short a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Angus ,
f : His plans include the furnishing of other such organizations in Florida. "In using any of the solutions it SUGGESTIONS FOR WATERMELON : Rev. Butler, of Campville, will All Bielling. Mrs. Shallar remained for t.

light and power to a large extent of r n is essential to put In something to act his regular appointment here next .
GROWERS a longer visit and later will visit relatives
I1 country; this some Southern light and I KEEP SOME: BEES as a spreader otherwise the liquid I Sunday morning and evening.Mr. in Tampa. .

power companies regard! as promising will not run down into the bases of Watermelon and Mrs. W. E. Allgood and
Most bees it permitted to swarm the I growers of Central children W. L. Blair and E. D, Summerswere
dangerous rivalry and they are leaves where the.thrips are. Soap ] Blanche Gladys and Gertrude -
Florida should
p in the lists against him. naturally will about double themselves is good, 4 pounds to 50 gallons of wa- .! have their seed in the I attended the convention at the visitors to Lake City Tuesday

The struggle over congressional action every year; so, when a beginner ter. For hard water use more, but ground by February 20. Growers of Starke Christian church Sunday R. A. Y. Roberts and D. C. Williams

' t' will be bitter. It looks like a con starts out with one or two colonies too much soap may burn the plants. South few or North Florida should plant Dennis and Holland Brannen spent were attending to business in High

"' test between dollars and votes. All I If it I is only a few years before he "Lime-sulphnr is another good substance a New days land earlier is best or for later.watermelons the week-end in Lake Butler. Springs Thursday.

4te the latent resentment of) the'farming has a large sized apiary. The cost of to give body and cause the so- If cannot Mr. Olden of Graham was a business -
interest against Wall Street as representing operation with a few colonies, Is very lution to spread. One gallon of the you get new land select a visitor here Tuesday.J. "Bunk" as a word is very expressive -
where
plat melons
*"fttg Businesi" seems flaming small and the time required for their commercial lime-sulphur to 50 gallons for five have not beenIgrowri H. Saxon has been a recent busi- and yet it is only bunk.
six This
to the top. And the central figureof care Is of no real importance. of the spray is sufficient. In spraying the risk of or disease.years lessens ness visitor to Gainesville. I- ,

the scene is himself one of the Many people could easily have a strong pressure is essential. I I| Watermelon land should be broadI W. C Hunt, of Sampson City, wasa _1 IlH IBUU11UUl1UUIzmtm.m>lnltillD
great capitalists of the but colony or two of bees in their gardens Two business
Sprayings
country, while the industry could be enlargedby Necessary"To I casted and disc-harrowed two or three visitor here Monday. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
j CALOMEL SALIVATESAND control this insect completelyit weeks before planting time.. Mrs. Burden's birthday dinner was
beemen's I i
more going into the bus- is a Full Line of
to I
LOOSENS TEETH iness larger scale. necessary spray twice. As I I I i About ten days before planting,, given as a surprise by her daughter,
on a Honey VnJfTtaktn'
YF;, ducing plants in Florida abundant pro previously stated the eggs are placed ,', check off the field and apply from 400 Mrs. H_F, CHesser, and daughter-in- Supplies
The Next are beneath the skin of the leaf. They law Mrs. A. A. Durden. The
Very Dose of This Treachrou ; and they wait in the woods for I to 600 pounds of fertilizer to the acre, dining AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
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are therefore safe from
: .- Drug May Start Trouble any spray. In room of Mrs. Durden's home
the bees to gather their nectar. three or four t' putting it around the places where was Always on hand. The best service -
days all of
'" While there troubles these eggs the seed will be planted. This means tastefully decorated with pot ferns, at the lowest prices. Special
You know what are some with will be hatched.
calomel is It's The plants should Christmas cactus and roses. The dining
that the attention to
which the has I :fertilizer will become incorporated telegraph oren -
beekecpr to contend
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel ii dan such ; then be sprayed again to kill the into the soil and there will be table was ladened with various !. Registered Embalmer.
as certain diseases the '
gerous. It crashes in sour bile like wax young thrips. 'Not less than four nor less danger on Injury to the seed from kinds of delicious food. In the center
moth ants etc. the
; dynamite cramping and sickening ; generally year more than ten days should elapse between was a large white cake bearIng I
ends with the beekeeper haing a nice the caustic action of the fertilizer.It pound DeWTIT C. JONES

a;' you. Calomel attacks the bones and balance to his credit. In fact his sprayings' is a- _good idea to follow_ .. the____ _first____ 77 lighted candles. STARKE. ,FLA

should never be put Into your sys balance is usually much greater than Subscribe to the Telegraph. planting with one or.two others with Besides a nice beautiful sum of and money she received ;},.""""' ,. U'.JlU"1.U ; ....;;,................ a
tem. I his who has some other hobby or business about a week intervening between many expensive .
,If feel bilious each. This is advised because frostis presents. This was quite a surprise .
you headachy constipated I if we consider the amount of Anyway, we always know
a good
; and all knocked ; liable to kill unexpectedly the first to her, as she knew nothing of the ASPIRINName
mot out, just go money Invested and the work done. thing that we are unable to get.
beautiful dinner
and until she
gifts
to your druggist and get a bottle of You do not have to live on a farmIn planting.

Dod on's Liver Tone for a few cents order to own bees. They seem to Habitual Constipation cared entered the dining room.

which !i. a harmless veetable substitute do about -as well in the city, providingthe In 14 to 21 Day HAMPTON The invited guests were her sister, "Bayer" on Genuine

a for dangerous calomel. Take number of colonies is limited as LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specltlly- Mrs. Wm. Jones granddaughter, Mrs.
a they do in the country. rrepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual! Hampton, Feb. 3.-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. W. Easton of Jacksonville Mrs.
spoonful and if it doesn't start Constipation. It relieves but o
your promptly 11. Saxon Miss Corino Wheeler
Mrs. Elsie] Sparkman, Mrs. J. S. Buse, Mrs.F. .
should be
and taken regularly for 14
liver straighten you up better and to 21 days v .'
; quicker than nasty calomel and with- toinduceregular action. It Stimulate*and W. H. Griffin and Percy Griffin attended E. Henry and W. E. lIutchinaon.1n

,, out making you sick, just go, back and Regulates. Very' Pleasant to Takj.* 60c church at Starke Sunday.L. the afternoon other friends entered
per bottle. A. and R. B. Johns and j
get your money. families and spent a pleasant afternoon around
;' Don't take calomel! It makes you 1886 of Jacksonville were visitors here the fireside.; Her kind and cheerful

sick the next day.; it loses you a day's A TONIC Saturday. disposition has won for her many

work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Mr and Mrs. J. V. Jones visited friends who join with the relatives

,.ou'rlght up and you. feel great. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and his uncle Robert Wynn, of Starke in wishing her many more happy
No salts necessary. Give it to the DAVISINSURANCE Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Sunday. birthdays.

children because it is perfectly harmless strengthening oratlnll effect see howit J. R. Bevill, of.Graham was transacting Ban. t1n you see the alma
r, and'cannot salivate.-Adv-69. brings color to the cheeks and tow business here this week. PROVIDENCE are"Bavw'; not 011 package or OD t&bNte yeu.

it improves the _appetite, you will then I Mrs. M. E. Manaire and little VerlManalre scribed ky>setting. phTaloiin genuiae Aspirin>> .pre
; No Worm In a Healthy Child for (weotyyaar -...
appreciate its
f true tonic value.Grove'a are guests of Mrs. Manaire's Providence Feb. 3.-I. M. Douglas, ana proved safe by millions. *Tak.

..' All cbUdreD,wbfch troubled buUcaua with Worm poor blood have and an airale unBnalibrcolor a- Iron Tasteless chill Tonic is simply daughter, Mrs. Ben Brannen .this of the U. S. N.;, with headquarters in Aspirin for Ocvld only .. told In the B&.r rp ek.ge'
and .
c, '' then. U man or tees stomach dlarwbaaee.GROVE'S Quinine suspended In syrup. So week. New York, is visiting his wife and Bern Earache Jlmdaeha Neuralgia, :Rheumav
'; TASTELESS CHILL TONIC liveD rowlarly pleasant even children like It. The blood Toothache, LUm> ao4
t for two 01'u.- wwka will south tha blood needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to Mrs. Terry, of Lawteywas visiting baby at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. for Pain Randy tin ooaee: of twelve Bayer.
( Tablets
p. Im_ . STARKE and .
gamma rfat aJlO
Nature will then itell
throw off dispel' thcworma.and U.Child will N Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigorating Miss Vera Long who is teaching, Hughey Slstrunk, of Mt. Tabor was M the trade mark lal'Jl'8t'of > & ..rv.ulaetur '
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
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WORSE WATERMILLWatermill Our school closed Friday. Many of THE ROAIi TO -- ---=; .t
I STORM IN 23 YEARS KNOWLEDGE ]NOTICE OP STOCKHOLDER: MEETING
r the* patrons were present and dinner Not loo In hei-fhy given that tilt rrnnlnr .".
Feb. 3.-J. T. Reaves of Seal meting of the (ttnckholiforft. of the Hull "
was spread on the ground at the I'm bnmn
just
noon
-' a mann Minwnl Water Co., will bo hell
f GRIPPED ATLANTIC STATES I Gainesville, and B. Green;of Pine Hill and the closing exercises were held i As you'ro a man office Momlny, of, the ....rn.n.. In Strk. Florida*t, the o.
January ill,
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were transacting business here last 1D..2 At 8:110: p. m., M
the afternoon.
And think it fine fleet n board! of director for the soar and M
week.J. As you'll tr.n..a' such other bimtnp UN m-cfunArr.

Washington Jan 29.-Buriud under ported rushing toward the East and Goodge was a business visitor to IlEI.ri.NG THE KNOCKERS To know the agree things 1-20-21-1.27. E.tfcmrvUry K. t'KRIlYMtN 4 Trvnurtr., .

from ono to more than two feet of weather bureau officials scanned their Brooker' Saturday. That's dune and said
|,snow by one of the most severe stormsin charts and reports anxiously to if Fred ORDER FOR MJIUICATION
see Green, of Pine Hill, attended Some Florida newspapers fret called Throughout tho world In Circuit Court Slate' of rinrtdn. Eh! "
several decades
the middle Atlantic the two disturbances might add to the the Judicial Circuit,
school entertainment at Brooker upon to devote their columns at And not depend Bradford County, In Chn.
section of the r ,,.
country spent Sunday general demoralization. They said Friday night. frequent periods to answering tho tirades On being told K.: L. Wilson.
in valiant but
mostly vain efforts!
resume the activities suspended Friday to- tonight that it was too early to ascertain Mrs, E. J. Lewis and children, of of the "knocking clan" which is By word of mouth I v 8 Complalnnnt. I
whether the new storms Brooker What's going on Alcfon Milton .t ml,
night when the one ov- spent the week-end hero with ever busy berating Florida.
: storm swept up er Texas and the other over the North her Ana guess you know Dufamlftnt.It .
from the south. parents!, Mr. and Kirs. A. L. Nothing successful ever existed npnrarlnir b, affidavit nnpondpd
to tka
l west, would reach the stricken region. Green. whether it was a state or a city o r Of one sure way Mil fllrd. In tha ,dome atnt,'d cnnno thnt Mary
The storm, described by the weather All indications To learn E. Coon, the drfrndnnt. then'In nomad .IB .
in each day a
Washington tonight Mr. and .
Mrs. Horace Stokes and merely a man, which did not draw non-...(d.< bureau as the worst in twenty-three were than oven with the favor- children of New River, spent Sunday criticisms of itself and attract the Of all tho news. miildi years had passed out to sea and its able : Juhnenn. R. D. No. I, And I. over the ago of
weather Subscribe for the
forecast it would: be sav- here vistiing the tormer's'parents, venom of the confirmed "knocker." i I twenty-one, graft; It In thcrrforo ordered that a
center was said by the weather bureau | eral! days before normal conditions Mr..and Mrs. C. M. Lewis. Florida is a success-if it were not, I TAMPA MORNING[ TRIBUNE ftnld nnn-rcaldont. defendant b<* and 1 In b.,..-".
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i.titrvd to ,
to be distance 'p.ll. to the bill of complaint
some northnortheast were restored.- Some improvement, George James, of Cooter Pond, El- the "knockers" would let it alone. |I Daily and Sunday rates Gird In said Came on or baton Monday, the
of Bermuda but in its wake from t however, was discernable tonight, lery Thomas and Hugh Butler Cros- There's no fun In "knocking" something : $8.00 per year the lath alliwnttona day of February.of mild A.bill D.will 1922 be, otherwtn. "

North Caroina to southern New Eng- (j railroads entering the city announcing by, of Brooker, were guests of their which is already recognlzbcd asa j! $4.00 for six months >nftrd by aald ilnfendant taken Meonfi
land and from the coast to the Allegheny It In forth orilpred that thui order he pub
the and $2.00 for three months
more friends here failure.
more frequent aI'rIval Sunday. It's the thing which has Ifahrd once a week for four eonieeutlvo nests
.mountains all was buried un- ;I, of trains and one trunk line trac. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis and succeeded against which those writers!! Daily only rates In the Bradford County Telnrraph a nowupa*

der a snow blanket.Washington {I'jtion company operating a few cars children, of Graham, were visitors to direct their shaft of sarcastic junk. $tWO, $3.00, $1.:>0. l-13-3t. per Thli.puhMihed. January In 0.said 1022.county and stale'

as the center of the on a single track on Pennsylvaniaavenue the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. The Times ordinarily: 0. W. ALDERMAN:
.1 pftcnows resolutions ((Seal Clprk Clr.,,It Court.
storm and and I --
area the center of the Fourteenth street Thomas Sunday afternoon. and promises about the future.A By Cf\. KNICIIT.
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storm's strength, suffered the most I With the exception of one trunk line Eugene Bryant and son, Morris, I newspaper lives in the active now i i I To Cure a Cold. B K. VERnYMAN, iXmuly CterW.

>, severely-a toll of nearly a hundred street car service; however, was completely were transacting business in Brooker and cannot venture backward into the j' Remove the suede of one mediumslzo Solicitor' for Complainant. 1.18-et-2.I/!
lives having been taken and grapefruit hilt the pulp Into one
than
more demoralized. Long lines of Saturday morning. I tread
t past or lightly on the thin air
cold' anil boll slowly SHERIFFS HAIC
a hundred injured some of whom may ''cars remained through Tom Jlnrkey was the guest of Evan quart of valor
t the banked of
day the future. Promises and resolutions anllt It la: reduced, to nno l pint. Strata TTrrrby notice la given that T. W J, EIper.on. -
be added later to the list of dead. II i with snow exactly where their Hodges Saturday. are dangerous, for the future tll"Drink onehalftho nhi>rltF of Ilradfnrd Count, Mnrldn, made
end sweeten to \
The loss of life in the capital with J' crews had left them Friday night and Russel Reddish, of Hellbronn, was with its shifting action, may bring quantity\ hot just after retiring! at I r And Inued by virtue out of of and that under certain the writ hand of execution ...

r one or two exceptions was due to the yesterday where they surrendered to here Sunday.Mr. the newspaper into a position of be. | night: and tho rcmuliKlor rnlil In the iral of county the cli Florid..rk of the aKalnit circuit It. O.court Cnann.of Bradford ...
81 collapse of the roof of a motion pic- the storm. Ranged alongside the cars and Mrs. Lonzo Goodge and' ing forced to temnin sient or stultify morning. I'opeut the second night: It In favor of Vlrwlnla-Carollna Chnmlral Con- -

ture theatre under the weight of 20 and scattered! through/ side streets children, of Pine Hill, Mr, and Mrs. I I Itself by breaking its promise and forgetting I ue'c..llry.I I puny January, A ,corporation\VM will niTer and doled for' sale the and 2nd Hell day e/t*
''I inches of snow and this catastrophe were hundreds of automobiles stuck: Eaton Brown and children, of Starke, its resolution. the highest and beat bidder for cash In frontof
accounted for most of the in the drifts and with were here Sunday visiting Mr. and I 'I Cold Cause trip mid Influenza the courthouim door In Sharks Itradfnrdcounty
Injuries. j the snow in ;i However, in this case," The Times Florida, ,. during the leiial hottra of
some cases drifted the Mrs. J ..Goodge.W. LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE TublntJ reman tbt ata' on Monday the flth day nf Frbrnary
Even aside from over believes that
the it "
theatre dIsaster tops. might Jl.'a" the .. *
I way CHUM). There In only one 1-\ "> Jululr.o.: I lM2.t. for the purpose of intinfylnit ..101 ...-
t the capital was hard hit and although i' The population of the city, despite W. Brown was in Clayno Sun for some Florida newspapers by asking t;. W GROVE a'-' -.w on I ho.*. 81K Cut Inn. the following real eetate in S.dfardennnty

5I the snow stopped falling a few the blockading snow, suffered little' day.Allen that they tentatively join in giv- Florida, towitsIkunhwest ,
Quarter of flnuthvant
hours after midnight it was not until from a scarcity of foodstugs. Bread and Merrill Thomas spent ing these "knockers" a dose of the !SI-I MASTER'S SAUl: and North Hal) of Bout h wrat Quarter Quarter*fSouthwert
under and by
long after day had dawned that the which wail unpurchasabe last night in Friday night at Brooker visiting lent treatment. The "knocker" dear-i[ virtue Nation of I In that hereby rtaln given final thnt ihera. of forwlim.. Quarter except 8 111 ...... lying *.

full effect was assessed. Daylight''the residential sections was deliveredto Messrs. Tom Markey and Evan ly loves to be "knocked. He likes to I'119,I 2, lrliuno.hleeA. l V.Innir. juduv I. of A. 1hv D. A aqimre. 81.: Twp.In Northwest 6 South, corner Range thereof 8J Kant.W ,.all inHee.

fought the city without any sort of stores throughout most of the city Hodges and Misses Pearl and Ruby I floe other folks in his business. He's'about '' Circuit. Court In anil for I'radfurd. County. flherlff of Bradford. J. F-PPERSON.County: Florida.
: Florida, In that curtain reuse wherein 1. R.
street car service, its streets blocked I;,: during the day. Greene were in the Dukes section on the only man of that disposi Rhodon and T. It. If.n........". pnrtnera, ',iloln* p. E KNIGHT.AI..rn. .
I|I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar biMlntwa. undur I h. firm name of tthiulrn aimlI ., for Plaintiff In Execution.
ri to impassability with snow its suburbs i, Taking warning from the theatre I tion. But he does, nevertheless. If ; HcnJfrnon am cnmplnlnantM, and F. (I. UIMH-| n-et-a-a.1 .
'I Rimes. I I' wine( and Julia C.mxlwlno are dt completely cut off, deliveries of ] catastrophe, many apartment house he finds his "knocking" propaganda Is 1 will ofTi-r fur eels end will acltfor -
t bread, milk and other perishable foodstuffs I: and office buildings issued orders early Evan Creasy and Melbree Hodges winning publicity for him, he cares eanh to the bltrhrat and brat bidden In MASTERS 0AI.B
1' were among those who attended the ,I front of the pnurthniwo door In Stark' Brad Nrttlce I. hereby vtven that under .nd by
greatly curtailed and many in the day for removal of the snow little what the papers may say. He i ford County Planate on Monday, tha tith. tiny virtue of that certain Mat ........-. of fore
; buildings endangered by the load of | from the roofs. :Many! porches and surprise party at the home of Mr. gets' before the public eye and he's i I of March A. D. 1028 durlnir. the li tnl hnum'of eloaur* made and entered or January 2. 19U*.
: odic, for the imnKMiti of e.thnnl fyIng miiil by the Judtra of the Circuit Court In and for
snow. The hours of Sunday were j small structures, however, collapsed. and Mrs. A. L. Green, given in honor \ better known the next tim he appearsIn I decifo the followingrrnl. cwtMta' and ".11'1 Uradford County Florida, ,in that cerUIncaimn
t spent in attempts to restore a semblance | Daybreak was welcomed by the city : of their daughter, Pearl's, 21st birth- his favorite role. annul to-witl property\ In Bradford. County' .' m-nd and wherein J. D. J.Alderman W. Townsend aa Rxerutora T. J. nf Town.the

i of normal conditions and firemen and Brother Florida editors let'a ; The North' Half of tho SoiitheuHt. Qimrtcrof I of .
though police who described the day.Wiley I forget tho Northi'axt Quarter. of ftction I" Town Male W. O Townsend diCfiaed. are
aided by favorable weathersunshineand !' preceding hours as a "night of hor- I Edmondson, of Sampson, was the "knocker" and let's refuse to pay Hhlp A, S It. 1tJt East. containing. 20 aem, moroor I II.nm.rk.complnlnaatA.hi. "v And,tfo and I*. 8 flunk Denmark.of Lake Emily Hut
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thawing temperature-the city ror." Fires were reported in nearly a ; the guest of friends here Saturday attention to him in our column Better I, AM Into! Eleven (11)) hm l nf stock cattt and i lao, A corporation, are tlrfcndanta, the un.
1 afternoon. di'rnlKn will, nfTer for Hale and. will toll tow
'thvlr lnonn ulntio thn UJIrd dny nf July. A
tonight was still in the grip of the I half dozen widely separated sections had we throw up a smoke screen D 1017. marked 1 alnpe In ono per, ttpiHr' nlntut, cash to the highest and brut blddor In front.,
? storm. I last night after prcntically all the firefighting Mrs. Bell Thomas and baby were of truth and a barrage of and undvr bit Intho other ...r. brantltnl Diamond nt10... courthouse door In "'"rk.. Dradf"rdfounts.
| shopping in Brooker Friday mornin .-] F. Florida, on Monday the 8th day of
The coastal region had added to the ; apparatus had been sent to of boosting facts that can thou8anll"l A.r. ADKINS I February* 19lilt during the legal noun. of
t the Little Eugene Goodge was numbered *1_M ; : ln Chancery. .ale, on ..t.. day, for the porno of ..U." ,
factor of snow strong gales which scene of the theatre disaster as a within our state, until A. 1'1'. CREWS: I log. old final decree the following real ...
crippled shipping The Hampton I precautionary measure. on the. sick list last week. ers" will be lost in the haze and forced Hullaltor for Complainant. S-S-tt-n-3: tat lying and being In Bradford County Florida ,
-wit
Roads district experienced heavy seas | Reflecting the tie-up of railroad ZIFF to seek other targets for their at NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MKBTINCNotice I .iBouthciuit Quarter of Southvant, Qurater efflection _
la hereby that the
given reirular *
along its waterfronts, a fortytwomile transportation i I hundreds slept last tacks.-St. Petersburg Times. coal tnei'trnir. uf the Mtonkholdera of the llarap. in, II-.MI 8 sores deednl. olfi Alnn North

gale and a dense mist of snow night in the union station on cots Ziff,. Feb. 3.Miss Rhoda Thomas ton State Hampton Hank will, Florida be held, on In TiiMiilay.It.' banking January i rant t'Jt. all hurler old of land NiirthraMt* .Ming Quarter In 'luwnihlp' of fluctlo Sic
and sleet keeping the area within the sent thero by the war department. spent Sunday afternoon at Graham 1tJIwo.. 111511.8" Ct:.6laerl/g .It 11121 at 7 till.)) p. m.. to civet a boardof South I Itanue 211 Cant.I .

Virginia capes closed to maritime Many of these stranded travelers were the. guest of her sister, Mrs. Lomic, i ntures. vfcnllty anc "inertly by nirlfytaa end f t auah director other, bunlnr for the .ensuing. may coma year and before tr.n.them..' I I I'I Mater A. S. CREwS.SlIocl.1 In Ciisnc.ry.D .
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I _hlurt the blue "Vmi" a n feel.* fl"'OR'* .
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A. A. FUrcH. KNIGHT
traffic and making navigation ex- still in the capital tonight and while ,
Reynolds. 'it f avlilorntliu' CTr!: ? I I" '11 1-6-lt c..hi... tiollclUir fur Complalnunta. l-6-5t-2.il
tremely perilous to the few vessels : some had obtained hotel accommodaI(I Dewey Strickland and Misses Or- '
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lions others did last --- ---- -- -- -- ----- -
moving. { slept as they rio and Mary Thomas, Clara St. Clair, I
Reports to the weather bureau tonight night. To aid in the transmission of of Cooter Pond, were in our burg Saturday ,
indicated that gales which were j mails Secretary Denby early today ordered afternoon. They were accompanied I t

strong from Cape Cod to Cape Hat- i, 500 marines from Quantico, Va., home by Misses Avy Starlingand
teras during the day would diminish and 150 from the marine barracks Alva Thomas. i

before the end of the night, ai the ., here into the railroad yards to remove Mrs. S. L. Prescott was recently

storm center passed out over the sen. !snow called to Louise to the bedside of her

The forecast was for cloudy and unsettled j father, Sam Pans, who is seriously ill '

'' weather over the middle At- :, 666 Is a prescription for Colds .with Brlght's disease. j Commercial :

lantic region tomorrow and Tuesday If. i' Fever and LaGrlppe. It's the Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a

f. with'no severely cold weather. most speedy remedy we know- caller in our burg Saturday after- '

: Two new storms, however, were re- Adv. noon. i

.- Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas attended i
'" the entertainment at Brooker fob Printing

fH Friday night. ,
Messrs. Lomie Thomas! and,! John

NEW SERIESThe Thigpen, of Graham, were visitors to

our school Friday.

Miss Avy Starling spent the weekend

at Cooter Pond with her uncle, 1
Wade Starling.

Gerald, the little son of Mr. and

I It Mrs. Lacy Prevatt, is numbered on
the sick list this week. .

Mr. and( Mrs. M. Starling and chil- CARDS
yJ
dren, of Cooter Pond, passed throughour "
burg Sunday. POSTERS
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LODGE DIRECTORY ENVELOPES


II I I I F.&A._; M. ::1 BILL HEADS '

II Bradford' Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M.. -
I NOTE HEADS \
meets every 2nd and 4th Monday i
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i nights. at 8 o'clock. Visiting brother :

welcome. Members expected to he WINDOW CARDS I a

present. I '; I II
SHIPPING TAGS '
Finest Sedan ,
L. G. POWELL, W. M. .

E. W. HAYES, See',.. I LETTER HEADS '(! .

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Ever Sold for so Little 1. O. O. F.

May Lodge No. 10, I. O. 0: F.,

Good-looking with its blue end, meets every Tuesday night at 7:30.: 'roOJ ,' ,
All members should be present, rfeiting + '
black finish, its four doors, its tan brothers .welcome. J .'

velours interior.Unvaryingly E. W. IIAYES N. G. ;.

dependable, and 25 W. L. WALL, Seo',.. -

miles 'to the gallon of gasolineis I .
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W.
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common: All Friends Camp No. 138, W. O j < .,. .
t Easy-riding oecause-Triplex W., meets every Friday night at ? BradfordCounty ,

Springs ward off road shocks. o'clock at L O. O. F. hall. Visiting I .

Sovereign. and members requested to (' ,
The comfortable way to motor be present. < ; : .

at lowest cost. D. L. RIGBY C. C. : : '
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-a Sedan J. W. MORGAN Clerk. ': .


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wm break a Cold. Fever and il. .

complete, f. o. b. Toledo Grippe quicker than anyth'nt I
9830 we know, preventing pneumonia
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Quigley Overland Company To Cure a Cold In One Day ''I'
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922.

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1 !school entertainment at Brooker last operable cancer which are important,
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True", Prala., "+ to those interested in the matter.
I WITH "I don't believe Hlii liked '' taste In flUInTlic\' ln : more to tell the truth. Friday nifcht.
your Jelly ".. Wiles DuboHs and family attended This clinic which was started IIhn.I .
"''''hy not? slit- praised It epp !'cloti-rl! for their! -' \ .117"I I
highly.J verj;I "Of course" nnKw,>n>il! I every time I try to tell It some, the union meeting at Brooker Sun I ply as a radium clinic for the treat

Tt2E "1 know that, hut I notice she dlJnl"mlln. "It 11.1fir". / ',,' I .er objects." ment of inoperable cancer in wome' ,

t a ask you .for. the rei'lpe." took. You've got to ( day.Messrs.. R. A. Weeks G. B. Colson' was broadened a few months ago ,

-' Cause for Anger and J. C. Cone, were guests of J. V. take any type of cancer in either m,

FUNNY 1ir Hen Meat. -Suppose I were to attempt to EdwarJs Tuesday or women which could be benefit. d|
"I once prlntfd a ["> a kls -would you be angry? ,
V. Edwards and daughter, Miss by the radium treatment! The late
rural suhHorlher unit today -Indeecf I wouM-If- J.
mother valuable _If what? Georgia Mrs. A. A. Edwards attended changes provide that all forms of n<>', '

MEt pen.:' -If It got no further tban an C.e: union meeting at Brooker Saturday operative treatment, either X-ray,

iLI "F.hT' electricity or radium will be used :JI'

"A prime pig" Willie Raborn, of LaCrosste, visited the treatment of these patients. It

at the home of W. M. Harrell during .111 often of advantage to combine two,

I I "Blank Pessimism Is always I last week. I or more forms of treatment in some'

SELF.PR1ERVAT.0"t- aster" I i Eldon and Willie Mae Oliver passed cases and all of the state board of

"We wJH; yet a.< a day when 'there "Yea, poor fellow You through here 'Sunday afternoon.Mrs. health patients will in the future have

r' o la oo fighting: In (he world." agination works a lot i M. D. Harrell is visiting at the benefit of this.

.... "I hope so," answered Senator Sorhum. liver.' the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Har A staff of physicians to examine
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( rell this week. and treat these cases has also been

"All contention must eventually Unchanged. and J. V. Edward attended appointed by the state board of health WDr. '
!, C.NNe" PEAKING OF THE Cohb-My mother irtlll II Mr. Mrs. \ ,\
FOOL FAMILY
; "I don't follow you 1l1lte that far "The fool. are. not all dead yet." world of me. the union at Brooker Sunday. Holden who has until the present "S:

5 If there Itm't alone kind of un argu- "Well you don't want to dl., Just Robh-Ah I A man TM.ON L' Mrs. Billy Surrency and daughter time done the work of the clinic alone '

nl ., meot now and thin we statesmen. will because the rest of your family... old to enjuy hearing his THE MIDNIGHT AIR Wilma were in this community Sun- will continue as director of the clinic

be deprived of half our urfuliiess." dead. about him. I day afternoon. and will be in charge of the radium 1"
kid of oursl! poor Newpop
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Mozelle Harrel! visited friends at work., Dr. L. W. Cunningham, of

Caution Required."Do My Unappreciative fUhtnir tackle I Audience.confess Question' Marks.Lawyer cried. I Raiford a few days last week. I I I I Jacksonville will assist in, the department '
/ (to l lady witness his brow met scowl
: on a
von think' a man In your position Was '
sot at much expenm.I :Mrs. R. J. Andreu visited her sister, of X-ray treutmenq and
ought to study political economy am convinced that ash pi,.... yJtne"Ye1I; twice. may not be a howling swell
4 ?" But slight artistic ..n... Ijtwyer-Tour age' he has a swelling howl." Mrs. Jessie Chesaer Sunday. Dr. J. Lee Kirby-Smith, of Jackson 1

..1'".." replied geuutor: Sorghum Witness- (>ntY'I'IJbt Miss Lucile Harrell and brothers, ville in the department of skin can ,

x "but he lIIu tn't be ton conspicuous H. Wants to Know. Lawjer-Also twice Death of Poesy. Vephus and Luther attended the entertainment : cer. Both of these new doctors of the 4

d about It. If m-uiu of my <:on$i.Uueut "You ought to have some stock In mj lyrlo muia doth wear a frown at Brooker Friday night. staff are widely and favorably known '

were to catch ma with a pundurou rubber plantation." Sorry He Spoke.Hewitt lot lonc-halred could not be bard.worse have nut t. Miss Georgia Edwards and brother, throughout the state as possessing ;1,
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and erudite volume I" wy hands they "VIhat do you propose to gr6W-i penny crown Coy attended the union meeting at great skill in their respective special ,;:
Jewett I
c! would go home and I woe waiting overshoes or rubber bands wait thinking free 1
nay of Verne. Brooker Sunday.Mrs. ties. The state board of health feels
r.r 4 my time and the amount; can you lend
govurrimvnt's money is. $5?" Sumner Andreu and sister that it is most fortunate in enlistingthe rl
The W.b."A .
bn-umoHc looks Fame and Riches. Fay were business visitors to Brooker services of these doctors in the i!
1 Kicking a Kicker.Motle something liken fame more to he desired than
t+ Actor-I want to register aI' spider's web." Nothing at All."There ?" Saturday afternoon.Mrs. development of this work. It also \:.

kkk; "1'....," rttfhed: Mr. Browbeaten. I Is to be very" not mire," said Senator !Sor-' Minnie Harrell was the guest should be mentioned that none of the r; .

Director;-I'm too busy. Haven't "That's the way I !got ranght. In trousers'ihI5 year, "The head waiter where I boar of W. II Harrell and family during doctors of this staff receive payment '
Ion hint. If that bird Is '
time to hear you. compliments but they dnn't make last week. for services rendered in this state "

I I' Movie Artor-What are you doing Amused. ours he's probably right. any the less anxious for tips." Ray Dubose and Rev. G. W. S. Ware clinic; each of them donating his time
I r Dlrf'.tor-WrIUtIr! a want ad for "Why are you laughing so over thai services
passed through here Sunday enrouteto and to the treatment of the
Very Undlgnltl.d.Hl'wlttGruet
ti movie actors who are guaranteed not Chinese paper? You can't read It." At the Dinner,
1. ;' to kick.-Film Fun.Between. ""Vell, the characters look funny.: have enjoyed dinner part Brooker. cases
Jewett-True enough ; I your Rand Crews spent last week with Since the announcement, a few

I Jolti. that he lets his ." his sister! Mrs. G. B. Colson of Brooker. weeks ago that the board was readyto

"I didn't catch that,lust remark you by his first name. Is such you?a pleasure to hear the accept any form of cancer in indigent

Iliad,'' Haiti 1 the man who wall riding In JIl1J3J1fONE UNMUSICALLY INCI talk golf Isn't It?" patients which would be bene- ,, .

a flivver. FOR CANCER SUFFERERSDr. { fitted by rndium treatment there .,;r
A f ARAO-i a V/iAL'ST
"Why, I shouted It right Into your "You mustn't become -'- I have been many applications for admission ,

ear," Mull his friend whose grip on about your non'a practicing. Raymond C. Turck, state health to the clinic No k
i what Is the name of patient ",
the wheel him down. Pagunlnl the > ) you
\ ;, steering kept great I r
officer has made
recently announcements should come to Jacksonville without
"No: you didn't. You shouted It practice a whole day en a "' .
.. ... nun." concerning the treatment the health officerat '
,. first writing state
w right Into my rll>... We struck a hole "Well, my ami. dues the provided j!
lie wits nimed after the, great by the state board of health for I Jacksonville for information 're
'r-; .. In the road and I was up In the air. but he doexu't slimy any I
I that I can liotlcc." leader.. indigent patients suffering with In. garding it. '
\ Ifl. I salt He was named, af:<<>r t tfnllmm
Test of Friendship. I "That Is strange
"Just a moment and we'll have this "Yes.but I think the Napoleon Suggs da gi'ti'lema-
,' to conk for. I never heard of
fl. tooth out. p 8oota bar made up
rat leudln' nothln' but tl*
4 doc that to the reNts which "
"Heniember up present on to practice
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of I'ythlut, but he Vuz pew-
time I've always liked you.
e good at dot.
lit' "You are not jetting ready to die 1 Simple Deduction.
hope?" OF THE BACK DISTRICTS "Now tell me the truth,
No More ..
v Certainly not, but I don't know ftiSHy old lady to the corner Kidney Bear
I "You lie. Is old-fushloncd Kour-yeur-old overheard .f>>
soy an politician "
how I'll feel toward you In about a "are you really blind?
"
1 />'1' minute from now.fc ."- ? "Yea. ma'um," Biild the lamenting the death 0' "
r "IX-iMedly., I. 1L'ILI .(!tQ
\\lwt la that I
t- "How dries he. manage to hold his nru was (_n tin_ mittf__ .. __.._. eitft her?"
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Job In Ililx enlightened ? the family caked
t eru "
"A
nickel ma'am.
"He comes, from section, where the trouble" was the
.. a answer.
"Hul I If you are blind
I' 1i: voters in the habit Four-yeur-old sir
urn of re-electing pondered a mo .
know It's a nickel? ...
the sauna gun to olllce ax long as. he then said : :i
\ iI' "necniiHe, ma'am; I .
lives and. sometimes vote for him five more kidney beans for me." Elberton Blue
than a nickel out of people Georgia Granite"THE
". years after he's dead."

i A- The Age of Worry. STONE ETERNAL"
.t Sojer Philosophy.
Decoyed. la a time In the life of every
I' <.: "How did you luiiipeii to buy a motorcar < man"How, Pete many?" halves are dot"I -but this Illustrates It. Aid GEORGIA MARBLE, infra: various shades make ;

I osier ?" old Is fjladys now?" :Mrs
"Don't be a fool, there's
! "It was this way. I was reading a asked of Gladys' grandmother MEMORIALS
halves to
anything; Why *
story In a mugnzluo.! smiled understand
"Well, when I came
I "A mill or ronniiKf, I "
suppose. .
trenches 1 was 'hit If .
I. SfeZ "No, but It was carried over Into )' is just at the age where Renowned
frozen, halt-blind and -
)! eON the adiprtlxlng section and right then How eowa2"-Awtt'lcau: Is afraid she will get mar

THE ROAD live I dlscn>'ered' "n make of car I couldn't ly, Gladys Is afraid she will not"rJ FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand

Dusty Dave That confounded dog without. EVERLASTING ENDURANCE
tells on me every time I go near that -
t e. houseI Dangerous Aversion. "
Joker. Jo.: Dorge are greet tall- "Do you remember the old-fashioned f 1 Three essential factors to be'considered in buying mon

J. bearers yer know. copy book with 'the line, 'Honesty la v ument. are. :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-
the best policy'?
i
Lengthy Complications. "Yen," replied Mr. Iuwtln Stay "It I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this "combination

' 'f Debt inky bring contusion was a mistake to make that line a when buying our material.
That will leave us sad of heart; I / II
..4 When you act to-th conclusion copy hook task. Some, of the old. / t I I
".f Tou can't quite recall the etart. timers I have mot In business' evidently II COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP.

''''';: I wrote It till they got sick and i tAT I Leading Manufacturers of the South
' Not 80 tired! of It." r
" !. Many r+- f Field or Special Representative,
; ,r bin enhnrn-I notice that the I
J' farmers always have a man for a Profitable Business --lLT JL i W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.

Ij Yo 1' scarecrow "Who are tlif.su. prisoners?"

{+ \Ii ;.' Benham That's because they "Convicted 'moonshiners' on their THE CITY HALL I 1iC"u.... mmm
4" : couldn't afford to dress a woman way to the penitentiary. HE'S BETTER Councilman (excitedly) We __
', scarecrow "Didn't I overhear one of them tell "Look at that poor get enough members together u

J 'tf \ '"' a friend not to forget to attend to a towed In by a horse." a vote.

On. She Could Keep. little matter at the bank?" "Lucky guy, I calla him. Councilwoman (coldly Saw
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the
;' t lie-When you accepted Mr. Illch-t "You probably did. He may havea had to buy no pas since members have engage

'r' ", lelgh' last night did you mention our little matter of $30.000 or $100,000In down.." be with helpcj.thrir dresimakere, eo It .
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the bank."
) I engagement .
ti\ "The QoodYou -- ---
t Bhe-Of course not. We promised Variation.
When
1 each other to keep It secret, didn'twer Signs of Promise. Be It correcting by rod or your tongue le e"y- --

: j" "I guess our boy Josh Is going to bea It might be well to J... the whole world sings -
, Kpnlus said Farmer Corntossel. That you didn't die )Iou". ," m different say
J "i 1/ Ought to Register It. "Ain't the genius business kind of the enme old things.

"I "Careful bu lnt>Ms man Isn't he?" uncertain?" Easy Resolution.
Invading Castle
t "C.retul1 Why say, once I heard "A little" "Jagaliy Insisted on a

.,' ..', him pay i young lady a compliment, "Nobody seems to know exactly home laat night""well his:you\ castle realize?" that asked every 'man'a THE UNIVERSAL.CARNew
the Indig
and he automatically added. 'Will you what 1j.nul.. la supposed to do or ? .J
,S kindly gly me a receipt?'. whether he can porn a living. That's "But Blbbles Insisted on "
: It your way, replied the
why 1 think Joslfll be one. Jagshy home.
Y3 1 J r The Brutal I "How did they decide. the prohibition. agent. "Lows PricesF.
"'hrlo!". my lord, raise the
"They stayed In town.
He-Are you going to do anythingipecla.1
.. and call your seneschal te
tonight? "-
II ';' I She (l'spf'"lanlly-No. True Hospitality."My ll through the castle" OBJDETROITEFFECTIVE ;
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'I '.' lIe-Oh, well, ,you won't be tired wife thinks we run a "BRADFORB" JANUARY 16th
I it i then house. What's your notion of
3 111" Conciliation Wanted. ry able house Chassis $285

;i "Is this the board of conciliation. "Oh. for me, I feel that It'. Feb 3.-J. V Edwards

'i 'S "Trs.'' Have you some labor able house when In the / visitor to Worthington Tues- Runabout $319
1 troubles? M of comyuny enough

"No but 1 thought you might send to keep It anpplled." Touring Car $348
:
Q somebody to talk to my wife" w T W. M. Harrell was a visitor to .

O New Era New. Wednesday. Truck Chassis $430 t

f',.,: Th. Best Answer. Bosa-Tea. I can give you A. A. Edwards Arrived Tues ,

1 .. u "Mother, how old are you?" W. Walktno-Uow much spend several day visitingrel Coupe $580 E i
t
i'w' "I don't wish to state but should pay?
'f '1j i'." any of the nelgUbora Inquire you may Boss-As much as you're and friends before returning Sedan $645
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or 4'" tell them that I was married when I HOW SHE MANAGED IT course. where she will join her

!c .' was> only eighteen.' Oh Mrs. Wad how le It that yed<< W. WalkJns-No, thank*t I. who ia employed there. Mr. These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

"t ," sire ready before your husband work for that these'day. Edwards lived in this com the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Often the Cat*. Sh-h-h-h-hl I hid some of his last year and their friends

: "On first sight Jack thought Edith a things until I was completely dressed. Bad Management glad to see them. Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
Mrs., A.-The
Tlslon. judge
i't ,.V! "And on second sight?" Seems True. $ .OOO. year alimony Harrell visited homefolki promptly to injure early delivery.J. .
Thle world le but a fleeting show and Sunday.
;?i \' And no .wise man r..I. U. band JIazen end Clara Cone W. ANDREWS JR.
given her
/. For man ....nt. little hire below half that pass ,
; Speedy. And all the time he gets it. were living together she'd here Sunday enroute to Dealer, STARKEI

c' "Is Mice Keyes n rapid typist. ?" sued for divorce eOn .

) "I'll say she f.. Why, that girl can The Complete Program. I. Mabry and Malcolm Har Y
f .0 operate a machine foster than she can "Women..sre:! not fpnterj.joJ>e, .4- the Stand.
'; a 11, pell." "Ju .", I don't.know what sister Geneva, attended the

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