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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 10, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BONDS WILL 15E OFFERED j LIMBAUGII-SHACKLEFORD I[ WOMAN'S: CLUIl MEETING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: : BAPTIST CHURCH NOIES I'' FORDSON PRICE CUT WILL \

l FOR SALE'MARCH 15TII: I, IN SESSION: !MONDAY PROVE! A ADVANTAGE

The marriage of Miss Hazel Annie I I The Woman's Club met Wednesday Lust Sunday was another good, dIY, I

s"S" Trustees Reached Thin Decision at I Shackleford and Mr. Homer Blitch afternoon at tho lovely home of Dr. Board of county commissioners of with us. The pastor received encouragement -

Itt'ltularIet'tinlt! Tuesday Limbaugh last Saturday evening In.I''' and Mrs. E. L. Biggs on N. Walnut I Bradford county Florida, met pursuant not only from the presence I The in the first announcement of the big
out price of the Fordtton tractor
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Tallahassee, was an event in which' street Hostesses! : Mrs. Biggs, to adjournment February. 6, 1922,, of so many devout worshippers but also -( made
much cordial interest centered both in D. E. Knight, Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mrs 'I was through Mr. Henry FOl'd'1lrndio
S The $550,000.00 of Bradford county with the following members present: from the kindly expressions of help)

road bonds authorized by a'n election Tallahassee and Starke. I A. Price and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. J. M. Brownlee, chairman, Louis H. received from the messages of the Jan. 20th nutBRiige, from the Thursday Dearborn evening radio,

held on October 18, 1321! will be offered The bride is the winsome daughterof With the president, Mrs. W. E. Mid Hill, James Reynolds, II. P. Gainey. day. And this is a* it should be; for station\ to Ford dealer attending

for sale on Wednesday, March 15., Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shackleford, of I dleton, occupying the chair, the meeting Minutes of last meeting read and to minimize the s'rll1UIi8 to dry up !Fordaon tractor industrial show in a

Such was the! decision of the board of 607 South Adams street Tallahassee, come to order and transacted considerable approved. the fountain uf Intl'lIiltl'l1tVorllhip.,. Cleveland
Ohio.
I The context of his
t bond trustees at their monthly meet- and the groom is the son of Mr. and routine business, after which Petition\ received! from citizens of No really great congregation! ever I talk, which was very plainly heard in

ing held last Tuesday. After the Mrs T. N. Limhaugh, of Starke. lie there was a discussion concerning n<>rl'i' t-'tarke asking that the n 111'1' of built up by poor sermons or short Cleveland and surrounding districts

C9' transaction of routine business the! is a graduate of the B. II. S., also at plans and arrangements for the new 111dCllnlldy, be placed upon the sermons. The latter may attract the is quoted below: ,

board took up the matter of offering! tended Georgia Tech, and during the club house p.tmiu roll. Upon motion her nnmc (floater, it never anchors men. Brevity

the bonds and very quickly reached World War was in training at Chapel The secretary, Mrs. G. M. Inman, was placed upon said pauper roll with is tho soul of wit, but pleaching In not "It is certainly wonderful to sit heroin

i the decision to proceed at once with Hill, N. C., where he was made lieu- read a letter from the Lawtey club inviting an allowance of $2 per mon'h. I wit. In our efforts to make: and 1 mend my office and way a few words ofR'rl'l.tinA' I

the sale. Adjournment wa. taken un- tenant and, afterwards trained recruits the Starke club to luncheon on Notary': public bonds npproM'd us manhood, we appreciate it greatlywhen to you Ford dealers of theCleveland

til Thursday afternoon to Rive time at the University of North Car- the 28th inst., to meet the state president follows: A. A. Flitch, Hampton, and men tell us they have been helped territory. The! radio is an.

for the preparation of necessary resolutions olina. Miss Elizabeth Skinner, of Dunedin James T. Moore, Lawtey. loci; reward the 111"11Inri women outstanding tribute to man's inventive

li ; authorizing the issuance of At the home of the bride's parents, and thu vice president at large, The following applied for rec nniendation who speak encouragingly! And there genius. They say there! is nothing w

the bonds. At the adjourned meeting Rev. Bunyan Stephens of the First \Mrs CallowayThis cordial invitation to Commissioner! of Agriculture ; are many in Starke. I new under the sun, but wo arc cimHtnntly -

: yesterday afternoon the resolutions Baptist church, performed the ring was accepted with thanks. for appointment in Bradfordc Wo offer, all who' come next Sunday inventing new things', every

;d'y were formally adopted, and the advertisement ceremony, which was witnessed by Mrs. D. E. Knight, chairman of leg- > unty as county agricultural enumerator 11 feast of guild things. Our worthwhile I day bringing the forth some big improvement method-
over previous day's
q' of the sale of the bond the immediate family and only a few : islation, read a fine paper relative tolegislation : T. N. Kendrick, Floyd Green Bible "school, 1111'1.tllIt 0:15: a. m.,, )
"Manufacturing\ operations have .j
undergone
appears in the Telegraph today. chosen friends. The bride was given I concerning,: women. Three and! C i:. Crosby. After balloting C with classes for all ages.: Divine wor- wonderful S
some revolutionarychanges
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n There have! been a large number of j I in marriage by her father, Mr. C. E. new members joined the club, namely: 12.: Crosby, of Brookcr, was selected ship at 11:00, when the pastor will during the pant few .

inquiries about the bonds. These will Shackleford, and was attended by her Mrs. Bulls, ?Mrs. T. J. Griffin and and the clerk requested\ to notify the have: for his message "Deeds a Reve- years.1S'e
are all familiar with the big improvements
all be immedintely answered now that maid of honor, Miss Marguerite Dor- Miss Isabel Bullen. commissioner of agriculture of T 'chuction. lation of Character."
I in transportation methods
the date of sale! has been fixed and the social period Mrs.' E. K. 1.
man, of Live Oak, and Mr. Limbaughhad During "'1.' desire to prepare the membersfor hut the oldiist industry has been the

it is believed a satisfactory bid will as best man his cousin, Mr. Clif- Perryman played a delightful piano Clerk rc-qjestod to present bill to 1 the meetings noon to be held in most backward in the acceptance or

be received on March 15th. If this is ford Blitch. solo, and Mrs. E. M.\ Johns Rang! two J. II. Wentworth for lights and, woodat the church, HO would like n full turn adoption of the new and up-to-date

the case the trustees will then be in The bridal party entered the drawing very charming numbers, being,: accompanied the rate of $8 per month from November out. methods of doing things, and that is

position to take up and actively prose room to the strains of Men- by \Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. 15, tr! 21, to present time and
the farming Industry.' Being farmer
TII the (vl'nlnS'I'Vit'l' we are extending : /
the road The hostesses served brick Ice rate month.
cute improvement programc delssohn's march played by afterwards nt smut1 per
wedding ,
1 am vitnlly interested in all farm
$ outlined in the act of the legislature Mrs. Edwin' Tully sister of the bride. cream and home made cake, the St. There being no further business. an invitation to tin businessmen !
improvements and with this in mind
p providing for the bond issue. While the being i Valentine Idea being carried out in board adjourned to meet the first of Starke and vicinity. This I I" a
ceremony was performed I have spent of time and millions
years -
commercial and the husiiioxs
man
detail of this delicious ice age
Monday in !March 1U22.\
"I every
Mrs. softly played
tV Tully shall think and In money in the development of
is king. We t talk business i l-
The favor given I'nchCuest (!I. W. ALDERMAN
ANNUAL :- MEETING: Love You Truly." course. /
t the ForiNon tractor, hlt'lI really ,
kt 'P on Sunday night Dr. Bullen having I II
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was a red heart tied with a bow (if Clerk and Auditor.
The bride, who is a petite blonde, arranged to speak on "A Business I think Is one of the biggest possible
The annual business meeting of the red ribbon, and, the worda, "Work toDuild" |
was never more lovely than in her helps to profitable farming
1' Question. Come with f the family and
Baptist chu'ehVIIS a splendid success. in the center of the heart. Ml LI.Kit ""
wedding dress of white pussy willow .. friend. "As a genet tnmg the farmers
There good turn out fine devotional -.--
a
WitS a
which she carried
taffeta with a
have bettered their financial condition
Miller Feb. 10.- H. S. Miller wits!
spirit and the right sort of a SCHOOL BO.IWUF.TINn! : :MON-: ,
shower bouquet of white sweet peas a business visitor to Lake Butler Sat IN MEMORIAM:: : during the )past IS I months, but the ,
business meeting. Refreshments were Miss Donnun, the maid of honor, was DAL production cants of farm products are 'j

served b.v the ladies of thu church, and attired in a pink taffeta gown, trim- I urday. Emm.-t: Norman was born JUliO !5, \
still too close to selling prices to allow
this added to the good feeling that overflowed I' Board, met in regular session with N. E.: Roberts, ,of Lake Butler, was
tr med with gold lace and wore a 'corsaA' ISrtl, and) died January 27, 1!>:22. RIll fair murgnintt of profit. What the '
( all through the evening.The all members present Fc-b. C, 1922, viz: : in this community Stiml.iy.Cndv / :,
!' bouquet of purple hyacinths. G. Burksijule of Dunnellon, was married to J. S. Norman Jan., 12, farmer: must do to put his business on .:y
' officers elected for the year L. W. Klcklitcr, E. T. Campbell and .
t Immediately after the ceremony an A. A. Hazen. I visited relatives in this. section lastweek. 18HIJ! : and to the union wore born nine n paying basis Is to lower the cost of

7 ? were: informal reception was held, and Mrs. ihildren. The Lord blessed her to livelong planting cultivating and harvestingof :
Clerk, Harold C. Wall. Minutes of last meeting read and! : I
Treasurer J. W. Morgan Shackleford served the happy com- approved.The I T. II. Waters made a business trip I enough: to see them all grown. his crops. This alone will increase .
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pany with fruit punch, angel and cro-. I Lake Butler Saturday., She \lived a consistent Christian life, his profits, and with this", I thought in .J
Deacons Rev. L. W. Kickliter, J. F. following resolution to borrow to
put ole cuke. The decorations of the living officer i- being! a member of the Methodist denomination ) mind It has become our constant aim a
Kickliter, L. C. Powell, J. T. Quigley, money was adopted: I Irwin M. Douglass, recruiting d!
room were of white and green- for eighteen years. She ti> lower the price of the l Fordson so
U. S. N. stationed nt N.wYOI'k
S. j G. W. Alderman! T. N. Limbaugh, U. i Whereas, This board is without of the .
roses and narcissus with ferns being visited friend and, relatives i was u pious Christian, u good wife that every farmer In tho land, could
K. Crosby. funds for this payroll, and that the City,
used, while in the dining room red last week. and) a loving and<1 affectionate mother. afford, to own one. It Is n pleasure, !:
of $3100.00 will he needed here
Trustees, Col. W. T. Weeks, Perry sum ;
and ferns added to the -- therefore to through (
Dover L. C. Powell, L. G. Powell, G. Japonicas Therefore be it resolved That we Miss Grettls Thomas! is visiting her announce you
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beauty of the scent While the ceremony CARD OF THANKSWe ford dealers'' that we have today ,I"">-
W. Alderman, II. I. Brownlee and W. do borrow the sum of $3100.00, which sister, 1111's.V M Thomas, of Long
II was being performed the bride cided that the tractor price should be
J. Epperson.The amount is necessary for operation Brldije.Poeber.
under desire) ti extend our sincere and reduced and in considering
and groom stood I .directly a Stokes business visitor > again a
church was unanimous that a during the month of February and was a
large white wedding I bell, ornamented heartfelt thanks to our friends anti reduction naturally thought has
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a ; series of revival meetings would be hereby instruct the chairman and to Lake Butler u !Monday. J.
c I with ilowers. businesstrin 1 neighbors for their kind help\ and Il'*- been to make it possible for the largest .j
made
to the membership, and would retary of this board to issue S'C-I Murray Thomas n
v helpful The happy: young couple received I'slstnnco during our !Bad! hours of griefand number of farmers' to share In tho
'S to decision for Christ. ) notes or paper as will be to Gainesville Wednesday.
bring a
!some! of silver linen bereiiviment. May the Lord bless be derived through the
many handsome gifts ) benefits to use
The will conduct such meetings! to obtain the money needed. Curl Brown i. IHMIV, lifter nUl'llr-1
""Y1 pastor Sunday, Feb. 19th. The cut glass, etc. I The above resolution was offered ing the lTni\crit.v of Florida you all. I of our tractor, anti consequently, effective -
on
beginning Sunday morning the bride and groom J. S. Norman and] Family. tomorrow, Jnn. 27, 1)22!) tho
of the people are invited fora by E. T. Campbell and seconded by year.
prayers left in a car for Starke, accompaniedby new price of the Fordson tractor will
work of Grace.WOMAN'S I A. A. Hazen, and upon roll call the N. II. Stokes attended the school
special -.-- his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. T. N. vote was unanimous.IN board meeting at Luke Butler Mon- CARD OF THANKS be $:.195! f. o. b. Detroit. This Is n
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Limbaugh, and his brother, Thomas, cut of $2JO! off the present price, and
COMMIITEESMrs. : :
: CLUB who had attended the marriage! the I HONOR OF NEWLYWEDSMonday day.W. I.. Blair, of Providence a former Just an expression of thanks! to the while In making thin reduction. we

evening previous. The bride traveled moved many friends: in Luke Butler and have taken upon' ourselves, a gigantic ;
D. C. Jones, one of the four citizen of till community, has
of embroid- Hampton who insisted an In so many the reduction of manufacturing
in blue coat suit task in j
a
chairmen of the finance committees of navy evening Mr. and Mrs. T. hack to his farm near I Ft. Call. Mr.
with which she during the long and, serious ill- still that tusk In opinion I
ered tricotine, wore ways costs, my ,
the Woman's Club, has the following N. Limbaugh entertained at their Blair wns engaged In the drug business -
a crepe de chine blouse! a close! fitting ness of our daughter/ and sister, Mrs. in not larger than thc farmer's I'Iflrohl'm
ladies as members of her committee: beautiful home on East' Call street in at Providence but after a careful\
chic turban and grey shoes and J. T. Lavender. We especially wishto of today, and I am glad to .:
honor of their Homer to east his lot
Mesdames J. M. Mitchell, J. C. Robinson !son! Mr. B. consideration decided
gloves.Mr. thank Dr. J. M. Mann for his untiring do part in bringing/\ about a period -
J. L. Peek, W. G. Stringfellow Limbaugh, and, his bride. among his former friend. Wo assure my ,
and Mrs.! Limbaugh! will make efforts( and Sirs J !M. !Mann, of I increased prosperity for tho 'J
G. W Alderman, A. W. Anderson, J. The evening was happily spent in him n hourly welcome to our vicinity.
street Mrs. I"'. L. Wise, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs (Jorum IK I this
their home at 607 S. Adams I farmer. Your part to carry
T. Quigley, J. F. Colley, A. M. Darby, an informal manner, victrola music, J. F. Williams made, a business tripto !
Tallahassee, where he Is employed as !Mrs. f/lrI'IMh: Miss Fowler andMr. muHsngu! to the farmer, thereby enabling
Fernandez N. B. Hull, GeorgeC. singing and piano selections by Mist Lake Butler Monday. i
R. S. ,
engineer in the city electric light and and Tlrs. F. S. Ontoen, or LakoButler ,I, him to produce more with less "
White, E. K. Perryman, Misses Iris Epperson causing the hours to Dmk Andrews of Brooker, visitedrelatives .
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Mrs. A. A. burden, Mr*. AI- I >
plant. Their many friends extend ; cost! and shorter hours.
power
Cassie White and Jeannette Mat slip away unnoticed. The hostess in this community Monday.
congratulations for a long and good, Mrs. 'VattE'rMOnIrll.! Sullivan, I "I am glad to have had this opportunity
thews. served hot chocolate, caramel and creole T. II. Rimes Hindu a business tripto I
happy married life. Miss Ada Nimmo anti sister, Mrs.' Ar- i of talking to you and you have
Mrs. Jones had a meeting of her cake at the close of the evening. Gainesville: one diy last! week.J. .
thur Fut<'h, Mrs. Henry and Miss Em- best wishes."
committee last Thursday and they areperfectinA' The guests included Misses Louise C. Ward, of Providence, passed! i my '
plans for several attrac- B. II. S. HONOR ROLL FOR THE Fernandez, Iris Epperson, Madge through here Monday. ma Hicks, of Hampton. 1
Mr. anti Mrs. H. F. Merritt, Mr. and I ASSOCIATION: OFSTARKK j
:MINISTERIAL
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FOURTH MONTH
tive entertainments. Middleton, \Margaret Long, Eva Barrs J. S. Howard of Dukes, was hereon
and Mrs W.
Sirs M. M. Drake, Mr. : : AND VICINITY
Mrs. W. C. Powell, who is chair Messrs. Powell Carpenter, Harold business Saturday.B. .

\ man of one section of the finance committee First Grade-:Mildred Griffis, Car Wall, John Powell and Thomas Limbaugh. E. Brown mnde a business tripto P. TTucknhy.BAItiCEIt. .--- j

of the Woman's Club, has the rie Howe, Charles Henry McMillan, Lake Butler Saturday. Monday morning the five resident

following ladies as members of her S. R. Johns! Jr., Freeman Wilson, Willie J. S. Brown Is attending United NrcII'1'A : pastors of Starke met nt the Presbyterian

.' May Brown. WON CHEVROLET CARG. church to effect an organization : -
this week.
committee: Mesdames J. M. Alvarez, States court in Jacksonville
Grade B Brownlee marriage thnt look place in Jacksonville of the local ministers.
E. E. Canova, P. E. Canova, O. L. Second -Mary H. G. Crawford was! a business visitor -
G. M. Inman, S. R. Johns, W. Sara Hope Haynei, Palmer Williams. \M. Inman, local representative of to Dukes! Thursday.A yesterday)! morning and that I Rev. Duugherty/ opened the session

Haynes E. Middleton., C. L. Peek, H. M. Snyder Miss Olive Ray, teacher. the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, received Is of Interest to the people of Plant with prayer Rev Dunham rector of

N. Sternherg, F. F. Stump, W. L. Second Grade A-Etholin White, a telegram from the home of- LAND MIX-UP City was that of Mrs. Mabel Knight our Episcopal congregation, was

Ritch T. J. Griffin and Jeannette Underhill Maurice Morgan flee of the company a few days ago/ and !Mr. Hilton Barker. The ceremonywas unanimously elected president' and
T. ,
N.
Wall, Weller. Richard Long, J. O. Turner, Jr., announcing that he had won fourth The town of Starke has staked outa performed by Rev. L. E.: McNair, took the chair Rev. Post, pastor of

Miss :Mabel will have a food Joe Brown. prize for the largest number of prop- street to be a continuation of Clarkstreet pastor of the First Presbyterian the Presbyterian church, was chosen

This committee afternoon, at 2 o'clock, Third Grade Hazel Adkins, Alice erties sold during the year just closed.) to run south from Jefferson to I church, and took place in his study at secretory. The above given name for
sale tomorrow
store building oppositeJ. Fernandez, Betty McLane, Beverly The prize won by Mr. Inman Is a five Call. The town claims ownership to 111 o'clock. Mrs. Ella Johnson, motherof our organization was chosen.

In the Alvarez's vacant store, on Call street. Cady, St. Elmo Struth, James Richard passenger Chevrolet touring car. this;' strip, though It has, until lately, tho bride, and Earle Barker, brother It was agreed that we should meet

M. will have for sale cake, candy, Wainwright, Billy Graham. Miss Evelyn During the year Mr. Inman Hold fit been occupied by buildings erected by I I of the groom, were the only witnesses on the first Monday after the first

sandwiches They doughnuts, coffee and co- Demaree, teacher. properties which shows that the private parties under the presumption Sunday of each month at 10:30:: a. m.

Fourth Grade B-William Brown, Starke section is beginning to securea that they were owners of the land. \Mr. Barker Is the manager of tho Rev. Smith, our Methodist! pastor,

coa. Velma Schilke, George Inman, Thel. share of the Infii! if new comersto The last alleged owner of part of the 1M. S. Barker department store In and Dr. Bullen, leader of our Baptist

METHODI3T CHURCH ma Silcox, Thomas William, Eloise Florida. strip is Sam Rosenberg, who was preparing Plant City and! has marls his home' :congregation/ were elected! members.

' : Ritch, Rachel Silcox, Wilson Hayes. to erect a building on it, but here ever since he was a hay He Is I tit a committee to prepare our monthly ,

i/ Sunday school-at 10 a. m., E. K. Fourth Grade A-Leila Dea An- SOME s'a UNT was stopped The matter will probably prominent In business and social cir- programs. "1)

superintendent. drews, Dora Manning, Leah Struth, Starke lads are going In for ath- be contested by Mr. Rosenbergand cles.The I The association /gladly accepted the

rryman Preaching, at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Louise! Hayes. :Miss Marguerite Shriver letics and some of them have acquired his grantors, and may lend to an bride came to Plant City several invitation of Dr. and :Mrs Bullen to

by the pastor. Our subject for the teacher. much proficiency in acrobatics. But Interesting law suit, with possible fur years ago and, has been at the enjoy Tuesday evening, Feb. 14th, at
m.,
morning will be "God Takes a Pro Fifth Grade B-Ralph Cheshire, Al- there Is a stunt, performed by Frank reaching results. I head of the millinery department of their home. (

lan Louis Hemingway, Don Jones the La Mode ever since. We Invite the evangelical clergymen .
phet Home, But His Mantle Falls on Long, of Sampson, a man about 65 I

Another." God takes His workmen, Mott, Paul Knight, Merrill McMillan, years of age, that we should like to PROTR.CTRDIEITING. AT AN- This popular couple have many of Starke and the adjacent section

' but His work goes on. We will preachon Julia Etta Canova. Miss Eva Barr, see the boys Imitate. Mr. Jones will TIOCII( friends who Join In wishing for thema to join us.
long and happy married life -Plant I A. A. POST,
.t "The Church's Power" In the eve teacher. stand with his back against a post or
Seventh Grade-Edna Manning, Eugene tree, reach his hands back and clasp The Church of Christ will have a City Courier, Feb. 7th. Secretary. ,'
,
ning.
Brother Beverly preached In the Matthews, Gussle May Bennett, them around the post, then raise hU series' of meetings at Antioch church, ;.

church last evening. Sammy Sternberg. Miss Eva Powell, legs until they clasp the post above beginning Saturday, !March tth, to The second cold wave of the season A chicken thief milled coops owned t

Methodist encouraged to see a grow teacher.Eighth. his head. We have seen this stunt continue eight days. The meetingswill struck Starke Tuesday night Wednesday by a resident of Bradentown regularly. -
We
Interest are and attendance in our Grade-Thelma Brinson, performed. Try It yourself. he In charge of Rev. S. W. Cohen, morning showed a temperature One day an extra fine rooster was

ing and church work. Myrtle Coleman, Lola George, Katie but other preachers will also take partIt of 31 degree Thursday morning stolen. Then a trap was set. I The

Sunday school M. L. SMITH:! Belle Green, Eva RJgdon, Leila Sapp, Callis Manning, Clarence Watson. is expected. All are cordially invited I brought a slight frost with 31 degrees : nut morning a six and one-half

Pastor. Lois Edwards, Thelma Snellgrove, Mrs. Bessie McGruder, teacher. to the services. cold. I pound alligator was found.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10. 192:*.
1 1 j ///PAGE__ TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. sTARKE. FLORIDA .
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4 '.,/ PARENTS !I Redding of Raifotd: was a f(visitors to Worthington Saturday.Eva --. lIM1
/ ARE EATING THEIR HOUSE BEGINS TilE IKEAUi: LAWTEY Henry IM1
CHILDREN BONUS FIGHT visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. Waters spent the week-end

r&. I Lawtey, Feb. 10.-Mrs. W. E. To- L, A. Marr and children were ,with her uncle, Q. Waters, of Brook- jj

I t ti ]Famine in OrenberK District of Ilu- I II Republican Find Themselves! Between rode was a visitor to Jacksonville the visitors to Starke Suutrday. er.It.
: {' A. Weeks and family, of Brooker -
, via, Reaching Terrible Decree/ I.'ryingI'an and Fire first part of the week. George Wilkerson and .Baldwin Marrof
visitors to Lawtey passed through here Sunday en-
Mr. and Mrs Henry Bennett and Highland were
; Geneva, Feb. 1.-Famine has reach- route to Worthington
the Roldier bonus family of Jacksonville, was called to Thursday. 'n'me"
The of
I ed such a terrible degree in the Oren- I hill H framing the Immediate work of the Lawtey last week on account of the Shad Thompson and B Wilkerson, Mrs. J. V. Edwards and son, Cay L
I now
I burg district of RuHKia that people are House Ways and 1 Means Committee, illness and death of Mr. II. B. Bennett of Woodlawn were viatiora here first I were visitors to the home of J. C.

killing each other and parents are outIng the Republican caucus of the lower Sr., remaining there nearly all the of the week. Cone, of Brooker, Sunday. ,
, 'j their children, Bays a telegram received week. School closed here Friday after a
of determined to MM. Griffis, of Manning -
body congress having Mr. and Lacy
I here today from a representative Mrs. James Barr of 0. successful term taught by Miss Ollie
Cincinnati
,
this before relatives in Law- .
push through legislation visiting
were
\{ in MOHCOW of Dr. Fridtj of Nan- arrived here : Hague. A melody with Hi
Tuesday and will spend honey-sweet a
the Easter recess if it is possible to Saturday.Mrs. .
f j"f sen, head of the international committee tey I' George Harrison of Miller, was a -C'
several here the
days looking after air.Everybody's.
the Wood- haunting
of do no. It In held virtually certain in D. B. Browning of ; ItrIP
Russian relief. visitor in this community Saturday.
property interests of her sister, Mrs.A.
Washington that a bonus bill of Rome lawn section was a visitor here Tuesday -
.1 The representative's telegram/ addressed kind will pass the lower house of congress M. Van Dyke. I Billy Surrency spent the week-end singing it, whistling it,
I I to the Geneva bureau of the I here with his family. You "
it dancing it. can't
\ but there appears to be rocks John S. Andrews was a business A. B. Prevatt was a visitor to I humming .
I ; international committee, was based ahead of it in the senate, especially visitor to Lake Butler firs tof the Starke Tuesday.C. I J. V. Edwards left Saturday for !get. it out 'of your head! You wig
.i where he will
upon information received from Russian Tampa and other places
\ i since the White House, the treasury week. R. Sapp, of Starkc:: ; was a business not want to! Son
relatives.
representative attached to the visit
f\ L department and virtually all the big Miss Clara Mae Shepard of Starke, visitor to Lawtey Tuesday I
American relief E. B. Andreu passed through here i IB
: organization at Oren
visitor to Lake Butler first of the
lined in
l financial institutions are up The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. G.

burg. opposition because the passage of the the week. made e < Sunday, Jan. 1 Sunday.
Haigler was
..l.n. T. C. Hazen visitor over to BrunswickFebruary
The examples of cannibalism was a
says law at this time means either the biggest Harold Higginbotham returned to 2yth! by the death Of their Infant son.
the telegram, occurred in the villageof treasury deficit in the history of his home in Maxville Saturday after They have the sympathy of the en- Worthington Sunday.Rememb..r RecordsNOW
/ services here next Sun-
I'I Tullakova. the country or an increase of already spending a week here at the home of tire community. The funeral was con-

A man ate the corpse of his brother. burdensome taxes that may mean an his brother Dorse Higginbotham. ducted by Rev. Hammet, pastor of day.Drwe ON SALE s sAsk
Dukes visited his sister Mrs.
i A woman named Housna ate two of ,
additional billion or a billion and a George Roberts was a business visItor Grace Methodist church.
Ij her children and W. H. Harrell Sunday.
a man named Abaam half dollars to Jacksonville the first Record No.2168
a year. part of This community lost one of its old- to hear nI
devoured his daughter. The battle for and against the sol the week. est and most respected citizens Wed- Willie Raborn was a business visitor -

o Other cases of cannibalism were reported diers' bonus in the national legislative Mr. and Mrs. Dorse Higginbotham nesday in the death of Mr. Hiram B. to Worthington Thursday.J. "Mandy 'N' :Me"

from the district of Gorny, halls i IR going to be one of the most went to Maxville Saturday where they Bennett. He had a stroke of paralysis C. Cone, our bond trustee, was Billy Jones with Male Tlio

near Orenburg, whither people arrived bitterly fought: in yoars. As It now will spend several days visiting relatives a day or two previous to his death. here inspecting the roads Thursday. "Dapper Dan" w

e on foot, having walked 200 to 200versts appears, the plight of the former ser The deceased was born in Clay county We trust he will be successful in having Billy Jones and Erneit Han-

I in order to obtain American aidA vice men will play little part in the A daughter was born to Mr. and 77 years ago and has spent the wholeof the road attended to as it needs a

'I ( verst Is .60 of a mile). debate. Everybody is for them, of Mrs. P. L. Dinkins February 2nd. his life in Bradford and Clay coun working. Any Phonograph g

course. There are 10,000 former service Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a ties. He was united in marriage whena Can Play Brunswick Records b

WHAT IS A FRIEND men voting in the average congressional visitor to Lawtey the latter part of young man to Miss Nancy Griffis, Some people are hard to please. If

/ district, more than 25,000 the past week. and of the seven children born to this you say something tbout them they

What is a friend? I will tell, of them in populous districts. Every Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen, union only one, Henry Bennett, of don't like it; if you fail to mention

'I r It is a person with whom you d you'l representative and senator wants to on February 2nd, a son. Jacksonville, is now living. lIe was a | their name, they feel slighted. Well, I!;

I! be yourself. Your soul can go win the favor of these soldiers Robert Blanchard was a visitor to member of the Baptist church of many the Lord gave us the crab apple to .

with him. He seems to ask of you tot The difficulty lies in extracting somu Starke Friday. years standing and a member and make us appreciate the good fruit, Consumers Lumber Company ii In
f' j I I and we figger it is the same with
way
put on nothing only to be what from church
( ; you $3,000,000,000 or more public Louise Langford returned home on deacon of the Lawtey Baptist humans. .
, are. lIe does not want you to be bet- treasury by such a process of circum- Friday from Ocala where she has been ever since its organization about 20

'"I, : ter or worse-just yourself. When ,I locution that the already hard-pressed attending school. years ago.Besides. -- -

.r' you are with him you feel as a prisoner I taxpayers won't miss it. For it must Mrs. R. D. Bennett and Misses a devoted wife and son and

feels who has been declared i.ino- be said the members of congress are Pearl and Jeannette Bennett were vis- I,. family he leaves many other near relatives -
f: j. cent. You do not have to be on your for the taxpayers also. The bloc of /tors to Starke Saturday. and many friends to mourn his Better Merchandise, Lower Prices at Wilson

,. 1.\1\\\ guard You can nay what you think taxpayer voters even exceeds numeri- Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke death. The funeral services were con- Company. a

I I:':" as long as it is genuinely you. cally the bloc of soldier voters. The was a business visitor to Lawtey Sat ducted Thursday morning at 10 o'clock

; lIe understands those contradiction. difficulty lies in the fact that the members urday. in the Baptist church by his pastor, e

i I' I't" in your nature that lead others to misjudge I of congress need the support of -Lonnie barley was a visitor to the Rev E. D. Boyer,and the intermentwas THE NEW IN 1

""J you. With iiim you breathe free. 'both of these groups. county seat Thursday.Mrs. in Evergreen cemetery, near

:''j( :, You can avow your little vanities and I j Hence it is that the argument over James Goodfellow and chil- Raiford.
l r? envies and hates and vicous sparks, \ dren went to S ---Chapeaux--- _
I'J I the bonus must wander far afield..! In Tampa Thursday where ,
'J). ;t: your meanness and absurdities and in I I its course the World War will be they will spend a week. BRADFORD" I

; i' .' opening them up to him they are lost, ,fought over again; it will involve the Mrs. C. R. Sapp returned to her Cape Coat Suits FrocksNow r

:;i;' dissolved on the white ocean of his difficult issue of the economic restora- home in Starke Thursday, after visiting Bradford, Feb. 10.-A. A. Edwards,

':, E loyalty. I tion of Europe and the payment of the her mother here for a week. of Palatka. visited homefolks and on Display .

J); lIe understands. You do not have foreign debt; agriculture will be arrayed Rev. E.: D. Boyer was a visitor to friends here-last week.C. ,

'C( to be careful. You can abuse him- against manufacture and trade; Baldwin Thursday. M. Andreu was a visitor to New i

JI : neglect him-tolerate him-and when ''I'II the East will be assailed by the South R. M. Tracey and daughter, Doris, River Thursday.Mrs. A presentation of Authentic Styles to which you are invited.

I \:., you are your own true self again your II and the West and vice versa. The were visitors to Starke Friday.J. N. G. Hayes spent several days .

find him still loyal. He likes you. He I struggle between the Democratic and G. Godwin was a business visitorto of this week visiting at Gainesville

,,' Is like fire that purges all you do. He [ Starke having some dental work done while
II Republican parties, evidenced with respect Saturday.A.
t New Silks New Wash Goods New
is like water that cleanses all you say. Ij I of every issue in a' campaign A. Smith Is transacting businessin there. ,

t lIe is like wine that warms you to the I I.i I.,year will be only one of the many Jacksonville this week. J. V. Edwards and son, Arthu'r,

i bone. You can weep with him, laugh/ j'\\visions which thin measure will dl-j Enoch Griffis was a business visitorto were visiting at the home of Mozelle Woolen Skirtings.

t. .A with him, sin with him, pray with him. I I ate. Starke Saturday. Harrell Tuesday.Mr. .

I Through and underneath it all he sees, members in Arthur Pearce was a visitor to the and Mrs eonLard Cook, of Ft.- t
; knows and loves you. A friend, I repeat -J Minority congress are county seat Thursday.Mrs. White, are spending the week-end at

')\' Is one with whom you dare to be ,i jubilant over the Republican "pickle"Ias E. E. Burney and little son the home of W. M. HarrelL. I MAIL ORDER SERVICE UNEQUALLED IN THE ENTIRE STATE.GAINESVILLEFLORIDA.
they it, for the Democrats
express
;, yourself. I visited relatives in Jacksonville Tues- J. V. Edwards was a business visi- i
feel certain that whichever the ,
,' way tor to New River and Sampson City
t day.
!majority party flops, it means votes r
i
might remark that I E. J. Roberts visited relatives in Thursday.Mr. .
t "
'- for the Democrats at the next elec- I
i Incidentally kinds of fooH--those ( Baldwin and Jacksonville the first and Mrs. Wade Harrell were I ,
tion. Meanwhile the
Republicans, Q it
I are wise men, and o ,
part of the week. -
while expressing thoir determinationto 71ir/ #
f.f ; those who don't know they are fool Misses Pearl and( Jeannette Bennettwere 666 is a prescription r Colds SerVice
,f\,\ cure for the American heroes of the visitors to Starke Thursday. Fever and LaGrippe. It's the l
t World War silent
are strangely ai most speedy remedy we know-
" ".. Guilty or innocent, Fatty Arbuckle to where the money is coming from. Raymond Griffis, of Panama, visited Adv. '
.I tt will either be convicted or freed when There relatives in and near Lawtey Friday. .
was a great deal of talk a few ---- ?
his bank rolll is gone. Such good pick- months ago of using the interest on Miss Mary Williams, of Macclenny, THE ROAD TO KNOWLEDGE - -- -- ----- ---

; ings do not come along every day. the $10,000,000,000 war debt Europeowes is a guest at the home of her sister,

I II III the United States to meet the Mrs. R. M. Tracey. I'm just a man
The fellow who doesn't claim to be Mrs. John and Everett .
, bonus, but there is not a single per- Starling sons, As you're a man NEW SERIES
good and yet in not really bud is entitled son in Washington today whq docs and Brownie Bennett, of Highland And think it fine

r to some distinction. lIe is sop not know that interest payments from attended the funeral of the late As you'll agree 4'

:'r p, '.v very few. Europe on American loans are still Hiram B. Bennett Thursday. To know the things

fl i'. very, very far in the future. James Mann, of Raiford, was a vie- That's done and said
" In these days of modernity the itor to Lawtey Saturday. Throughout the world ,
Soldier bonus payments now mean
\ :., world is profoundly generous. It Mr. and Mrs. .James Shepard and And not dependOn
either additional taxes or a bond issue -
'{ ; sympathizes with thosu who do not children, of Starke, attended church being told
and both of these are decidedly
need it. Sunday. word of mouthWhat.s
( By
ticklish subjects: politically. The mere
,', i James Browning .of Jacksonville, going on
" threat of another government bond Issue I .
I spent Sunday at the home of his par- And know
I to meet the soldier bonus has ...e-j guess you w
t 4':'' ,..eati pressed the value of Liberty Bonds ents near Lawtey.P. Of one sure way
L. Dinklns was called home from To learn each day
and Victory notes from $2.50 to $5 a
Jacksonville Friday on account of ill- Of all-the
( ::1;(, r hundred in the last ten days and already news.
ftF ness in his family Subscribe for the
the wail has from the
;, gone up Mrs. R. II. Wiggins and son, Frank, TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE:
millions of holders of these securities.
of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at Daily and Sunday rates
On the other hand, additional taxation -
Ii. the home of Mrs. Louise Lowery. $8.00
per year
. no matter what form it may takeis
K1l s Gordon Cole of Ocala, spent the $4.00 for six months
certain to be highly unpopular and
MY1 1
;1 week-end with Mr.xand Mrs. R. R. for three months
1 $2.00
jeopardize the political power of the
;. Pain party which enacts such measures. Thede. Daily only rates The Finest Sedan
: : Joe Mary of Starke, was a visitorto $6.00, $3.00, $1.60. l133t.Hastings' .
tnttant Relief from Scald. The best estimates available to the Lawtey Saturday and Sunday.

,.f", Burnt Cuts Wound. ,eta. treasury department of the cost of the I
,
W. E. Torode was transacting business -
.s' bonus is approximately $3,500,000,000of Seeds Ever Sold Little
)j.,; C.II'.'''.N. Alcoliot. AtlJ.r r._ in Jacksonville Tuesday. for so
.\"' It..fo. DOSS NOT oSMAR..r'J which at least $850,000,000 would Troy Bennett was a visitor to Lake 1922 Catalog Free I :
fall in the first two of its
,, IT SOOTHES years operation Butler Tuesday.the U'. ready now. 100 handsomely Illustrated ,
with its
Good-looking blue and
t with varying amounts in the pages of worth-while seed
'i'ic"i Painful accidents injuries Mustang often Liniment result from kept Intervening years and ultimate payment twentieth year. and garden news for Southern garden- black finish, its four doors its tan s

v always at hand cheapest and bee of .more than $2,114,000,000 inbolds Secretary of the Treasury Mellon era and farmers, This new catalog velours interior.Unvaryingly .
6 Insurance. Made ol purest oils has virtually confirmed the fact that we belfeve. Is the most valuable seed
41 penetrates quickly soothing and Cauuo urip anti infiueaza no money can be expected Immediately book: ever published. It contains 100 dependable, and 25 '

r healing the ailecteU parts. LAXATIVE BROMO QUINL.T. ;:TtblaU remove Ibimrf. either on interest or principal from full pages of the moat popular vegetables ,. miles to the gallon of ;gdcclino::: : .
"* .. flowers aDd farm crop plants
.
Tian.itlas7aJyS .
',', ( Rev. A3. Singleton. Ther l only cuer > Chilnlr-
Vs.- jh\ "vei' IyourM ue. B.: W GIOVK'S r'n>.*..-nn N<.. 3'-' the Allies, and he insists that if any the finest work of its kInd. ever at- is common.
Mustang Liniment fur M years does come from abroad it must by tempted.
endflndktharrry" ,imwrfy In CUM of a go
cut a burn a brJln -tn act. sot ..7. . .. .. . . . law to pay the existing Liberty bond With our photographic illustration I Easy-riding oecause Triplex ;' "
a.hnent that can be cu.bv a linim and color pictures also from photographs Springs ward off road shocks.
.
In UBlna I ihlnk It quite Important to nib tax holders. So the $850,000,000 for the
no .rowLUDEN'S we show Just what
and r"Ub.opentMlla you you can
"
well mtothe per
;i next two would have to be rais- '
years The
U inqueot tutervllla"FREE grow with Hastings' Seeds even tie- comfortable way to motorat ,
WITH 25c TRIAL BOTHI ed by direct taxation the govern- lore you order the saedi. Our cats- lowest
'. '.<.. _amid ....- V*..-....rttJ2Sc .,.. ment would face a deficit or more log makes garden and flower bed cost.Sedan .

':. i .. TOOOLt1 TOP. ,11,1.00.Trial anttlenmwbuld font.. 1M. than a billion dollars a year fur the planning easy and It should be \. : "t. ,
"boolo Hi!
rnddln
fop
au.tan.I.iOwn' aeAq.t -
,f...I..JAll...(:u+01 s"tb. at.,>>1<1,.. menthol next two years. every single Soufhe-n home. Write a. 1
i a post-card for It, giving jour nameand .
f; SOc $1.00 The treasury department thinks $
address. It will come to you
'Il.:.' Sold by Drug and G.n.r l StorMnt court. drops business has been taxed too much for by return mall and you will be mighty Q5 J
its own good and that sales tax im-
''i" '. GeM OM SlmJkf Since J84'" a glad you've got; It.
,""t ,:: :A ,? 5* posed as an addition to existing taxes Hastings' Seeds are the Standard
''h MEXICAN .vn5sCP'. would only be passed on to the consumer of the South and the largest man "
,:" I.; ,. and increase the cost of living. order seed house In the world la back complete,f. o.b. Toledo
)o. .:;:'1.;(";. ,.: t The sales tax itself itself is gaining of them. They're go* to be the best. Roadster J95 J95 Coupe $850Quigley '
Y' MUSTANGLINIMENT Write now for the 1922 catalog. Its
GI\:n oricx!' n.EU-:: 1': more friends in the treasury, but onlyas absolutely free.H. i Ovrl:
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FEBRUARY 10, 1922. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TI1KEB

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"cummWIlmammmmlmmlilm[ bi1mr.., !!ImIllf/l'llHll aLIffifSt't6It.G11! ',J '''rnediat..IY. Secrecy: was observed as O. W. Dynl was a business visitor 'I ness trip to Starko Saturday. 1([news was learned of the death of-Mr.

to where he was taken. t I" llrookt-r TuvHdiiy.Minn -. .'1 C. !M. Kelly, one of the oldest citi-

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs, !, : Edna Dukes, of Dukes Ktati ]! TIIKRESSA I zens. of our community. lie suffered

..... ..... -,. .Yw!.. I, ... '.. ............,. ..Sww.. ,.-...-. ...... The long fought suit bi-twwn llirr. n, spent| the weak here with rvUtivvK ------- from a Revere stroke of paralysis at
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.1 Orchard and the C. 11. & N. R. K. hus / and friends. Therl'ssa, Feb 10.-K :M. Goiter, of 1 o'clock, expiring a few hours later.

[[ Live State NewsI.n.YY..YN.Y.YNYY..Y.YYY..tlINA.YY.Y..YO..Mr..YL.YYN I at last come to an end at Arcadia. I Harle yand Truman Thomas, of Ziff Waldo, was a business visitor to 1 horvssa II He was un oid Confederate soldier

B This suit has extended over A period were visitors here Saturday afternoon one day last week and had been a citizen of our com-
I
lof 1 .twelve and has been tried .
years munity .17 A host of relatives
IIuKh Norton was among the visitors years.
Told by Our Exchanges.iwiHm three times. A fire which caused the O. W. Dyal spent Thursday at the to Hampton Saturday.S. and friends are left to mourn his departure -
total loss of the Harry Orchard grove county seat attending to business.
i besides three sons. and five
ftIIt"'mm"'lnn-->ln'"mm.-----.'-.''.".--'''.'nmmmmmmrn'.un'.u'u.'n.n- ...... <..'"..'_'m.n"__.._...y......"" ._.....,."nuyI ... I' was the.cause of the suit. The third Ellis Starling and B. Parrish, of to Lake Woodard Geneva Friday made a afternoon.business trip. daughters, as follows: Messrs. Joe,

City has sent out a half million I that section. trial resulted in a verdict for the Sampson, were visitors here Wednes Messrs. S. R. Swmdt-l, and W. : Charley and Miles Kelly, of this sec

quarts of strawberries, the grow- plaintiff, Harry Orchard, the judg- day.Mrs. Brown were visitors to Hampton tion, Mesdames Myrtle Lewis, Earney

era receiving in return $200,000. And I Remarkable progress is now being ment including interest amounting to Ed Parrish and children, Lem urday afternoon. M'j Mills and Ida Howard, of this section

Ithe made something over $16,000. The defendant and Pearl and sister !Miss Viola Starling of
season has only started. upon Tarpon Spring's programof S. B. Wooditrd was a visitor to Mary Manning, Tampa, Nannie
public improvements, involving an appealed the case but the su- spent Friday at Sampson with Prescott, of Earlcton.
county metropolis Saturday.Rev. .
d\ The dead body of Harry Oliver expenditure of something over $350-;; preme court affirmed the verdict of relatives.. J. B. Crews, of Long Bridge, The body was laid to rest Sunday

|Nichols, 24, a visitor here from HaupIpauge 000, divided as follows: $180,000 for tha lower court. Ethel and Leo Dyal, of Ziff, are visiting will\ fill his regular appointment at afternoon in \Mt. Sinai cemetery by

L. I., was found floating in the new streets and boulevards $35,000for their grandparents this week, the Christian church the side of his wife. A large crowd
Sunday.
1st. Johns river, near the foot of Van parks and the balance on water- .'! Sheriff Weeks, of Green Cove, captured Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. C. Sullivan wan present to pay the last respects
was a visitor to the
Buren street, Jacksonville, Wednes- front development. Each project will and delivered to the sheriff of Frank Stokes, of the Brooker sec county 'seat Saturday. to the departed one. Rev. Moody, of

day. be rushed through to completion.Plans Volusia county the latter part of tho tion, spent Thursday hero with his LaCrosse conducted the funeral ser

I week, Mehlie Augustus, a bad negro, friends.Mr. Cyril Manire, of Hampton, was a vices.
who had killed his wife motherinlaw visitor to our little town Sunday afternoon -
A chicken thief raided coops owned to build a $250,000 hotel at and Mrs John !McKinney and

|by a resident of Bradentown regularity. Pablo Beach to be completed early in and shut his brother-in-law at Miss Rena Thomas were visitors to Thort'H a reason why wise peopleare
He also John Hall, of Waldo visited! relatives
Port Orange, in that county.
One day an extra fine rooster was 1923 were announced by a syndicateof Sampson Thursday afternoon. not averse to speaking of th..lrown

[stolen. Then a trap was set. The Jacksonville and Atlanta financiers, went in search of his sister-in-law to Lacy Prevatt, of ZitF, was a busi- here during the week-end. faults. It knocks the props from
kill her but she had left the house and I
(next morning a six: and one-half headed by Charles H. Mann; presidentof ni'ss caller here Saturday. under their critics.
he failed to find her. The capture ZiFF
9 pound alligator was found. a bank in this city. The structurewill Messrs. Jim Adkins and Charlie

be three stories in height, of was made Park.at a negro cottage made at a full Orange McKinney, of New River were visi- Zilf, Feb. 10.-Mr. and Mrs Frank And more man is beginning to suspect -

One killed outright and Spanish architecture, and similar in Augustus tors here Saturday.Mrs. thnt \vlfey Is preaching prohibition -
person was confession of his crime to the sheriff Reynolds, of Graham, spoilt the weekend -
appearance to Casa Marina Hotel Alfred! McKinney and granddaughter with her mouth and serving wine
four others two of
injured
[ seriously and said he regretted that he had! to here the guests of their parents,
[ whom have since died as the result ofan af Key West. leave the scene of his crimes beforehe Miss Lois Moody, are visiting !Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. with herGeneral hands

accident when the ]0'. E. C. at New River and Long Bridge
)passenger got several others I he wanted. Messrs. El: ins Mines, Diiluthinn Starling -
train No. 37 struck an automo- The body of Charles Parker, wealthy this week.Airs. and! sister, Mrs. Lou Hines and Wood appears to be making -

[bile at the crossing south of Dania. retired glove manufacturer of St.. Pe- John H. Conway of Syracuse! N. Y., Sparks, Grade, Oliver and Edgar little sun, Vernie Lee, of Cooler Pond good, as governor general of the

tersburg, was found dangling at the miles from / of Mountvocha, visited their sister were the guests of Avy Starling Sun- Philippines. He Is. keeping out of
while hunt some
on a camp ;
E. W. Bush, 62, a visitor from Ash- end of a rope in a small building used Ocala, was found dead on his cot utlIo'dock Mrs Ksta McKinney Sunday. day afternoon.We print.,
News reached here Saturday of tho
K tabula 0., committed suicide in a ho- for the storage of household goods at Saturday night. The other are very sorry to report that
his home. He had been dead several death of !Math Kclley. No, a prophet Is never without honor -
jtel in Jacksonville by shooting himself of the were aroused Sam I'ons of the Louise section, is still
party
fin I hours when found by his wife. Par- campers Murph Byrd and daughter/ returnedto u" long us his own brain continuesto
the head with an automatic pistol.it from their slumber by the howling of seriously ill at this writing.
their home in Tampa Sunday. .
[ is said the aged man was in a demented ker who was about 70 years of age, the dogs, and the campers thought Evan Hodge, of Pine Hill, was in function.
A crowd of folks attended the funeral -
S condition when he took his came here twelve years ago. something was about to make an at- our burg Saturday.Dr. .
( life.George. of Mr. Math Kelly, who was Middleton of Starke Never mind explaining why you
own i tuck the As all the members was a
The big government dredge, Sarasota 'of on the party camp. were awakened by laid to rest Sunday afternoon at !Mt. caller in our burg Saturday morning didn't do it. The fact that you didn't

B. Rhode, former postmaster is at work five miles above Fort I the noise the dogs were making except Siniil. has I I \Mr. and !Mrs.. Ely: Thomas anti rhil- l is all sufficient .
The senior Christian Endeavor -- -
Myers at the jetties in the Caloosa- I I i'dren and of Cooler
llarley Starling
Punta has been
at Gorda arrested Mr. Conway, a lump was lightedand
been divided into two and
{- at Ft. Myers and arraigned before hutchee river, deepening the channelto upon examination it was found groups, fond, spent Sunday guests. of Mr. The wake""II'A '
United States commisisoner there seven feet. The work has been going group one lends Sunday night, Will 1 and Mrs Lacy Prevnttt. two years nfetr marriage*
i a that he was dead. Jones, !leader. Subject, Better Pur- comments an observing writer In the
for the weeks
and held for trial in a federal court on steadily past two R. B. Thomas and! J. W. Lewis were Cincinnati Kmiulrer l Friend Wlfeudzex
; since the dredge came upon the work poses. business visitors to Waldo
of Saturday.
on a charge of embezzling $7,000 Friend Husband and wonder
Glades county is to have Florida's The Junior C. I K.; meets Saturday up
and it is that satisfactory
: funds. reported very This community was shocked Sat- what flie when he lnIriliiiNl
postofllce wu smoking >
cattle ranch which is now
greatest; afternoon at 2 o'clock. Every member -
progress is being made. urday morning, Feb till), when the that lio nun uu libel man
established in the Indian prairie
being invited! to be present.

Richard Emil Wagner, 12, of Lake- country in the northern part of that _._- r -

land, was instantly killed Sunday T'le Jacksonville city commission county. The Skipper interests of old SAMPSON: CITY -- ..... .
authorized
has Odom .. .. .
t City Attorney ----- -- -- -
night when he was hurled to the street DeSoto county have combined with -'- U' --- --
| to have printed and advertise for sale I I'I -ijTI
curb by an automobile driven by Cy- j the Howard Cole Land Company, for Sampson City, Feb. 10.-!Mrs. J. J.

I rus Comstock of Orlando. With n !I'I municipal bonds in the sum of $2,000I I the purpose of establishing; n modern Cain and children, Thelina and Horace I r J
<| OO(&) The bonds, which are to be of
roller
1 companion, young Wagner was on I rattle ranch which will be stocked of Louise, spent Sunday with !Mrs.
'I $500 denomination, will be printed by
) skates using an old bicycle tire as with the best grades of beef and dairy H. Sloan. | ">:{!?W'I
Drew & Company. It is estimatedthat I '
a hoop. I cattle. They have incorporated under !Mr. and !Mrs. A. Brown and children' -
printing of the bonds alone will
the name of the Indian Prairie of Graham, spent Sunday her with
Announcement has been made of the cost in the neighborhood of $2,500.
Cattle Company, and have ample financial their parents( Mr. and Mrs. Jimpor
receipt of $150,000 from the sale of resources for all necessary Brown.

Gainesville special school district Practically completed! is the plant- purposes. The new corporation has ittr. and !Mrs. Claude Brown, of
bonds, and the county school board ing of the great acreage in the potato
taken over 100,000( acres of fine land Dasher, Ga., spent Sunday here with
will meet March 10 to consider bids raising section of St. Johns, notably THE UNIVERSAL CARNew
the
lying in what is known as Istopo- !Mr. and !Mrs. J. Brown.

for the construction of the new high; I around Hastings and Elkton. It IsI gee marsh and the Indian prairie. Miss! Edith; Brown, of Graham, IspendinA'
' school building and new building for stated that the acreage in Irish pota-
a few weeks with her cousin, PricesF.
the colored school. toes this year Is approximately: 16- j
The other afternoon two Gypsy Miss Nona Brown.
000. In ml.ny of the fields the
great
women entered the State Bank at Kl- Edgar Sparks and sister, Gracie, of
Chipley farmers are very enthusiastic potato vines are showing green above lenton and when they left they were Mounteocha were guests of Miss Elite O.: B. DETROIT

over the milk station propositionand I I the ground. richer by $250. Grady Smith, cashierof Edmurulxon Sunday afternoon. I EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th

each week shows increased quantities bank the victim. After has returned home
the was Miss Kllle Sloan
of cream shipped to the creamery I It has been decided; ;; that Curlstrom discovering the loss Mr. Smith notified after a week'q I grit! nt Sfarkp with Chassis $28

at Jacksonville. The shipment of Field aviation ground near Arcadia the sheriff and when he appearedto her aunt, !Mrs. I{. Burrows I

Friday was the largest of any prev- must soon be abandoned, which. will swear out the warrant he said he I :Mr. and !Mrs R. Burrows and Mr. Runabout $319

ious time, the amount being forty gal- probably mean that this step will be was in the vault and when he cam< and !Mrs. J. Goodman. of Starke, were I I

lons fer the week. I taken when the present class there out there were two Gypsy women in visitors here Sunday! afternoon. Touring Car JJ! [| $348 I

has finished its work in a few months. the steel cage. One of the women M<'Ilsrs. Jim and. Millard Vnrnes and Truck Chassis $430

Building permits in Orlando for Thin action is in line with the position asked him to I let her tell his fortune Joe Williams made! a business trip to

the month of January of the present l I of the government authorities to reduce lie agreed/ and gave the women fifty SturkB Saturday. Coupe $580 I
year total in value more than $830- in all lines wherever
expenses who noticed
cents. The other woman W. C. Hunt was a visitor to Valdosta -

000 and marks the greatest period in possible. K*>me money in hit hand said that if Ga., Monday. Sedan $645 I

the city's history. There is every indication he would let her blow on the money Messrs. Vunn Williams! and Roy
that the current year will' Jim Leonard, negro, charged with three-fold. Tho These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
she would Increase it Goodie" made a business trip to the
show the greatest growth Orlando hay I the killing of William Saunders at cashier, laughing, agreed, and gave I county seat Saturday afternoon. the history of the Ford Motor Company.

ever known. Fort White fourteen'years ago, is her a dime. The women I'rt.and. Blanche Robertson made a busi- Orders coming in fast place
under arrest in Atlanta, and Sheriff about ten minutes afterwards Mr. are so yours

Theodore Bryson, of Clermont, was Douglass, of Lake City has gone to Smith discovered that a pile of fifty Tie Quinine it Dot riot Ailed 1> flat J promptly to insure earlv delivery.J. .

thrown from a moving tractor and s6 the Georgia city to bring him back for five dollar bills had disappeared. )Brra Mi of Its Contr tinil 'ItmMlva rffcct < XA*
badly mangled that death resulted. He trial. Saunders was killed in 1008. 1IVK MROMO tflJININK ClHh.t.. ) inn h" tnknnby W. ANDREWS, JR.
anyuuc without raimlnil nrrvnumieHii rtaalim!
was working on one of the .tracts of Leonard fled and while news of hU. Francis Varia, an Italian, was taken In tho huud.: E.W.CKl>VtS liO tun uul>i> JOc': II Dealer, STARKE

land being brought under cultivationby whereabouts had filtered! back from from the grocery store of P. Di

the Howey Development Company time to time he had managed to evade I rr.a.
Piazza, of Key West, by two automobile al.a? a sarr..
WEAK NERVOUS _._
northeast of Clermont. arrest --
loads of masked men and taken to ,

,1 the head of the island, tarred. and -
The little town of Lee, in Madison. That capitol removal is to be decid- feathered. Chief of Police Garner has ALL RUr -DOWHM

county Is said to be one of the largest edly a live issue in the next legisla- two letters in his. possession which

, shipping points in the state for poul- ture and that it will figure to, some were written by Varia, who is sixty- GENERAL INSURANCE

try and eggs. Many farms in that extent in the June primaries, is indicated of
five of to girl
a
years age, young
neighborhood are supported and financed in the formation of a capitol re- that city thirteen years of age. In .l>>arI Lady Suffered Until She HAROLD C. WALL
entirely by the sales of these two moval branch of the Palatka Chamber
the first letter to the girl ha proposes
items.A of Commerce which will cooperatewith marriage and explains his love for Tried Cardui.-Sayi "Result STARKE FLORIDA

similar organizations in other her, and that if she would call at the Was Surprisinr.-Cot Along
quartet which had an engagement cities to the selectionof
negro peninsular urge
store and give him a little love once FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
to appear at two white legislators favorable to moving the of Fine, Became Normal>>
in a while he would give her lots
churches at DeLand Sunday night, from Tallahassee to
capitol a point
candy and fruit. The girl answered and Healthy.
In only one. After the rof and
sang program nearer the cente population the first letter telling him that she

masked in the ftrst white church men ordered a number the singersto of un- transportation.Tests had a boy' sweetheart whom she loved E A. ART I N SEED CO.

and not an old man like him. His second BprtacfKId Mo.-"Mr back WM M
cancel the second engagement.There are being conducted at De- letter to the girl was one of a degrading weak I could hardly I stand op..and Iwould OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
Land by experts of the Florida East have brarlng-down pains and]
are about 600 acres of nursery Coast Railway to determine whether character, the girl turned the WM not well at allY time," says Mr. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
letters over to her parents, the matter D. V. Williams wire of a well-knowa/
growing; up and down the ridge that city can supply water for Key leaking out and the kidnapping and farmer on Route 6, this place. "I MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are knnwn for quality

from Haines City to Sebring, accord- : West A well has been drilled, and kept getting headaches and having tgo .
: tarring was given as the result of the 8....l Corn, BMM. P.... P.pp r. KirirpUnt W .Urm.lon, CinUlouM, PoIac..e. Tammtam.
ing to Charles M. Hunt, Inspector of should the tests prove satisfactory it letter to bed continues Mrs. Williams Cueumb. CP"'". Form.. and Fluid, S-d.. Our ..'.10.... and prim lilt will s1.! fwth
state board. As they will writing. describing tile trouble from which .r Information. W. earrr all varlntiM of a ......... Arid and farm awdi. thai ha.. b...
the plant ; is understood the railroad plans to aha obtained relief through the ass of ....d and provin to ba a>lai>trd to "'.",Id. ao II and climate, and our errs of ..p. .....
average about 6,000 trees to the acre, run a pipe line from DeLand to the WOODLAWN CarduL "My husband, having heardof nabla ua to handla tba Florida iw,l bullnaH ."'....nla...

it can be seen that there are about : Island City. At present water is Cardal, proposed netting It for ma SPRING CATALOGUEMartin's

3,600,000 nursery trees growing In shipped from Homestead to Key West Woodlawn Mr. and Mrs.J. "1 law after taking. soma Cardal
Feb. 10.- that I was Improving. The result I to now r**ly. WrlUt Ev.nron Intonated] ID FlorM
!by train which is said to be a costly M. Starling and son, of Lnwtey, waa I felt like cllffer.nlparaoD. Spring .:..rru"mI: .rop..hould: Avail thvmnvlvfja oPo/"lnf : aontainati In our aW-
surprising. a
FREE tiat. t othoa who avnd In tbelr
To Quick .rlptlv..atalosu. Supplied on rv<| name promp-
Stop a Cough i method. were visitors of O. E. Roden Sunday.Mr. y. Writ* fur Ik today. Fur Information and vrto. on all .s.ooabl..di.
tske* HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a and Mrs. L. C. Williams were Later I suffered from wetknaMaait

rough medicine which .tope the cough by I Felix Sapp, a young white man, healing the inflamed and irritated tissue I I did not rest well at night, I was ao
charged with attacking a young girl
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE day.Mr narrow And cross.: My husband raid] E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-2O6 E. BAY ST.
SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and at Williston Sunday was hastily removed and Mrs. M. D. Carter and ha would get ma come Card. which

Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of from the Levy county jail at daughter Miss Louie Belle, were visitors ha did. It strengthened me M* -
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HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The ialve 'Bronson when officials heard threats doctor said' I got along fIne. I was la
to Starke
should be rubbed on the chest and throatof that an attempt would be made to Sunday. good healthy condition." I cannot Reduction In Prices You will I make a mistake .
Big
too! much for It.
children .uflerlntf from a Cold or Croup M7 if order fertlll
summarily punish him. States Attor- you your
GRAHAM Thousands of women have suffered
The h..ilml effect of Him HeaJIoIJ HoiwyiIntha
el!,,.. throat cntnhlnwl with the healing" .aectof ney Crews went to Bronson from a* Mr. William ticrlbai, until they zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof

t.rnv the akla. -tooo.J'e <-top Trace*couth.lloth Sal*. through Kyi pore of Gainesville in response to reports that Graham Feb.-10.-Murph Byrd and found relief from the use of CardaL Materials;prompt shipment. Order now.* Fertilizers Insecticides -
Since It nan JioltaJ
nmadlri.ra packed I In ana carton mad the popular feeling: against the prisoner daughters Beatrice and Margaret of / ao many yon tl Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
cost o(the eombUMd...--tle>>a. should not hesitate to try Cardui
JJust ask your drotfStot tat HAYFS'HM1LING there was Incensed and after an Inves- Tampa, spent the week with his parents troubled with v/omany! Aliments. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.JACKSONVILLE .

HONEY. 'tigation ordered Sapp removed un- Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd. For sale everywhere. 181 FLORIDA

Get December :lit, 1921 reduced price >U before buylDC.FRIDAY .

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t FRIDAY FEDRUARY 10, "22.
PAGE FOUR JtAlroai COUNTY TELEGRAPH flTARKE. FLORIDA .

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One "BROMO QUININE"T Iflid chock equal. to 1 per cent of the amount of Uiudford County Florida.B. MATTHEWS,
j Only I hid.., sold check to be payable to the bonid E.
I t : ', I.AXA .t"r Bradford county. I loridu. Chairman Board of Bond Tnua I.Al..t i
P' hp"I net the (fnnlre.cill for ,11 name of bond trustees of
Nigh' H 1 ; I 1 riM IIKOMOUUIN1NI!. Lookfomluiiiilureol. 1 All hidden lion specify the amount of :
; : .J! { .
I 0{. v cxot I I.. Cores Cold In one UMV. .MIOP.. bonds, bid for and the" limo within which the C. A FUTCH.Socrouiry hoard of Bond Triwlunn
l wu'V" off 'vui .oeNI thureofiifur
huartnclie. and
I "'"ii nod lilihhm will comply with the lernn
:\! v notice IB given by the sell clerk of laid 2.I U. t-.JO.
,I'li'E I OK APPLICATION FOR I'II.UtTRR lionnl of bond truaU-tw that dellxoiy of boml
given that we, llie umhrI -
tin m hiriliy can ho made.
I and cur n.auwntta, will on Viinh 0., r.rlinid\ cluck, nboxo n'fnrod' to in to be Pest.I'lilllp .
Lung
V Auttor'a
lion A The
: 'i. 1 I--: Ollulto I! :! .rt 'I".lh.d' a itunrnntii of full compllanco
In anti On HimloTinly. na
I of I the ,
nllior il Mil-
the bid HiiLmlttid nod in the event IIr fuctl"" nO'I."n..twel'n ,
with
<: (' I'lorldn lit hlv cause in the cilyitlntlin
4 1 t I'utnnm County Mnridn." .t on.I the nccoptanuo of such bid and the failure on Two Win'lilH," realcl.that ."I';
.V 1 Y h I t .. thereafterenn the of the bidder to comply with Iho
pait
I I In die I' M. or Boon IhoiiKli, III'! '. lilt,' all \\rlierH. in v
shall lie emwlik-rod I a II. i
I } bo heard for nn order Incorporaunu term thereof name
+ r ,
: fin > 6t4Y. aj'a a (Mai, 't "rid l our luinoclnti-n. Into n Burly. Curnornt iiuldnted damauon and I b. ii-lalm-d. by the BliidIKIIIII contact with people. ( uf nil KlniN. tin t ,'
1 J 1 known lu' "1UE WOMXNS CLUB OF ) of bond tmsteeo.Raid .
to which
1
,:'KP*." county bonds am to ho /Issued under Is Just one cliiHH eacnpu h"
I r" ohjrel uf mild Corporation III to worki chapter, KHiJ of thu Special Act of 1021 of would run n mile. "The greatest pe
i m..Mini and mural iluvi-luiimont and civic tho SluUof Florida, and to bo Insuod for the writer's Ufe." suld Sir. Cur! .
i ,'m n'. purMwo| of irnidinir. and hard Hurlnclnu' nor- In n >
l i mpnnrd carnnrntlon: { shall not .Ite for lain public mails and improving and "grading I "lit the limn who ulwnys says, 'It ; on''i
i i hl.,t: but II may rrcnlvn, own end ndmlnii-I other nubile nails of Bald Urad fund county. that ',
\\rltc thing
i roitrrtyor the MtnuHKhimmt and mainauio : could! only up n < rubnppfiipil '
i of the corporation. Morl.lu.The. said board of bond trunti-cn ,.....'no tho 'to my iinclo' it would tnnin
!1' proponed clmrtor in now on (lift In the
u of the Clark of the Circuit Court of right to reject any and all hlil" I the, greatest story you ever real; ?.
fold Countv. Florid ] lly order of the aid board of bond truntwa
MRSW B MIDDU5TON. -
cilia W. c. POWELL,
MRH. n. M. INWN.
f MRS. C. A. FUTCH. .
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'" A} i// aA ORDER FOR PUBLICATION 1. (. fI :i.., : -1 .

. 0 rlre-iit Court Slalo of Florida. Klehthi "
: A f Q >.i'''''- Circuit Drmlfurd County, In Chun- \ 1w :
f 4 Y J
y 'h a \ ... .
R,: ii dand K. Prttit.next jolnoil frluml by her A.II.Mtill. .. / :JJA'Xfi/::: :

, 4 \ ; -'f:..J .. 1.: '}<:i-Y. V
i Complainant. '
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' .,ritPrc.inuth'>muth his wife soil Catherine j LiFr, : : .4.,. Ii' I'i............,..o.iiJ.F.-.l, .\\l:1Jti..:: .<.. ....v ."... .. I
D.runllInt'I .... """
/<11 1>II''Ot't' 11' '< ,
M' : 'I'
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'I t : iippcarlnit by affidavit appended to tho .>oJ.: < r \ "',
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h "' tiled,' In the abovn-fituteU cniiHo that I'loi- ,1/o v
; : ,, the, '" :;!'l' ;. : ')0,
" \ (. '. l-rtymulh and Catherine Freytnuth. 4 I : ftf! ,,
rli d mlanta therein numeil. are non-rtaiJintu of ; .; : :w
: thi -itato of Florida, and they are ivniili'nta ( / .s:' I
,- the City nf Woahlnicton. D. C. 21111 MratSticit /Ir haat .
N. W., and are over the aye of twon- %i. .. i.-J;

I I. ,I Qei y,, ,rl4 r a {wYW non''I' .no rtfiiilont yearn.. ;defendants It .la. therefore he and ordered are horvby that, said inaired .-- : ( ....I".., .,. ',4....,,, ;r'Pf' ..::.',

I ; J\\ to appear to the bill of complaint fllodIn ...-:: ,fl4tY-: \ : ; ,. '1. P'
, ; quid cause on or before Monday the 6th ; ;, ;v, .J! .
tiny of March. A. I). l'<2'2, otherwise the alIflntfonii i't..t: '., :. k ?, :or.i.: .
1 "' .
f Haul bill will be taken con- ,
an
I"t.t
I Called" "'Th Pavi1 (Ih.e music lovers of thisitv ;-i; the fend by unid defendant. -, !\ ; ..". 1 < ; .
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1 1 !." Almost brae red ttresentalion at the Gaiety Theatre of It in further ordered that thin order be pub. / 1J'J1W>"' --
I llnhcd once a week for four consecutive weeks 1 '
| Cancer 'f Heilr'i';, / Vnr( u'f Hawaiian Singers: and Plnv"ts in the Hradford County Telegraph a news : ; i itt..3ot1"'P'
, {.. "f the TornpvVate the! highest class vaudeville art pnner Thin published February In 1, 1942.O.said. county and ,tale. -.ia. ';'
I.|: funned the This W. ALDERMAN ;;; 1' ; ::' -- "
! by touring\ the South. is a distin- .
| I (Seal\) Clerk Circuit Court. 'y1( ..
i it hits the most sruinhcd organization which includesMr. By C. A. KNIGHT. 12bt .1! :_
II
r ,
i : climate In the Pikaki, the tenor of the original'New E. III. JOHNS. Deputy Clork.
EDMONDS "FOOT FITTERS" Dick No. 2 is made
over
a
1 I'I Solicitor for Complainant 2-1-51-3-3
I fear yonn Hawaii York "Bird of Paradise" com I
: ; last. "FOOT FITTERS" built
Combination
mocea for tourists pany and Mr. Kulani, maker.of NOTICE OF SALE OF 1150.0110.(10 a PERCENT Semi English are '

,\ the elimitts; flowers merous Columbia Grafanola nU-1 I Hereby notice la COUNTY given that BONDS thn board of like a foot. That is why they fit the feet all over-."Like' paper I

I music of Hawaii with steel guitar selections. Spectacular bond truNUfw of Hradford. County, Morldn. will on the Wall" That is why we call them "FOOT FITTERS"A
I ftcelve sealed bids for the purchane of S50.Ollll ( .-
,ry; as to challenge be- \ interest is given the program by .00) of county bonds of the county of Bradford real fitter and a good looker. JFOOT! FITTERS" are madeof
.
I Stab of Florida up to and 'including
the of Hawaii the of the Hula Hula dance
\ vogue/ exposition the 16th day of March 1\122. Fine Grain Calfskin of rich dark mahogany shade. First
'" j I -especially th. by a graceful Hawaiian girl. I Said county bond are to be dated the flrnt
, : I day of January 1M2J and are to be in <)e- quality selected, full grain ten iron Outsoles, heavy oak insoles
, I Vierra's Hawaiians delighted music noniinntlona or $1,00000., each, and to bear intercut .
j nt the rate of six cent counters and toe boxes.
music of the famous per per annum
I lovers in Starke lust season, and arrangements pnynhlo' Btnif-nnniMlly! on January bit and
as played by real were then mad to secure July Jut of encii, year, with Internet cotiponnattached
j : The principal and Interest of said
. no matter how well this troupo every season. This I is theirsecond county bomb are payable at the banking house Price $7.50 pair
(' or theatre or here of the Hanover National Bank in the city per
and to
appearance assure soil
I stave of New York.
: there is some their making Starke each year thepntronuifc The amount of bonda olferetl for Kale latGGDOOOOO
y 1 and the principal of said county
lacking some of the music lovers of this bonda shall be duo and payable in series from
'.. lifting: crooning county is asked for them. II flvo to thirty years respectively, from unto J. M. ALVAREZ STARKE
...
: thereof and to be ItMUod in ".1. BidH will ,
there
i In connection there will be shown a Im iiccepUil up bi two clock p' m.. on March
.
,I' I an opportunity to :< IU22. All bidder are required, to depoiil. .
r' Robertson-Cole production' "Moon with C A. Finch: lu iircrotary of said board
I Hawaiian instru of bond truHteos, at Starke Florida a rl1.
I ", /: Is rather a rare !Madness." Admission! 25c and SOc Do
I I'
. I
/ a treat Is offered including tax. Time 7:45.
I ; .

1 ; I II I ", one is much improved--and we hope to

Five Mile, was a Bee all out again soon.
d Friday after Marcus Dekle of IlveIiiI'! visited AUCTION SALE

relatives in Lake Butler Monday af

'" /: is now In opera ternoon. I
r."A serve the people :Messrs. Rhet and Ardell Drawtly

i Kaiford, was trans of Five Mi,c', were business visitors to
Lake Butler I

town Ralph Tuesday.Hazen, of B. Y. P. V.Saturday.rendered an interesting Ji. ,LaYt'.i __ ji-lI__;____ ,1'&I.iiJ.t1i.: n _t.lJ} zt:: r mI

I town visiting Sun- program Sunday evening Clarence I


f ; / spent Mr. and the Mrs.week-end Moss! met Chancey in regular Woman's presiding.The session.Missionary Wednesday society nf- [ I will sell at Public Auction to the

Springs. ternoon, Miss !Marshall Proctor, pre '

of Seattle, siding. I biddelon
.. for a visit with Mrs. J. |Ih Marshburn is rapidly improving I highest

t 9' Mrs. Hodges, af from a recent illness. '

I with relatives and Mrs. Margaret Townsend and baby I
, Mary Naomi, left last week for a vis-
I
I ball teum will it with relatives in Dade City. I'' Feb.

I:tit r here Friday after number Miss Clarice of relatives Dowling.Friday.entertained evening a Saturday 18 1922E:


,? of Florahome, with a tacky party. Those present re'l ,

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time.Mr.
port a jolly
I with her mother I
and Mrs. B. Z. Matthews have

I'+ I I Little. Springs was moved in the second story of the In Commercial Hotel yard Starke Fla.

I ; here Tuesday. Schell building on Main street. ,
:
Rev. J. D. Major preached Sunday
r shown at the
I were
I morning and evening at the club room

\ I ".. evening." left Saturday Mrs. Mattie Markey has as her at 2 p. m., rain or shine furnishingsof

to visit at guest her brother Zack Brown. ,
I I-1 Alderman. S. M. Carver who recently movedto

,: ] ", week.visited relatives in morning.Worthington, was in town Tuesday said Hotel including:


in Jacksonville
I No Worrr.j In a ti-j/ .;;..11,1 rnr.' :''i.r. .i ::JI "T ;; v 11 !!i :;!i'Ei s .d

t at ,* Jcl ;al! .<."i\ t".I,11, I wMiV! : :. 'i-i i'.j inhoi -
spent Sunday ...
tliv"uer'i! Indlq;: '" ,-* FMMI.nntUISrut !
. .. ... 25 Bedsteads 25
I \ I .tit ro. u i4W t 1,1 i it 'tutu 'jiii AOC Mattresses 25 Bureaus 25
of Miller, and Clif- ."... "', :.' :...". ; ..TiS. TONJi:,;'fjlv! \.r.ila-. ,
lutl/ t\"o.t' v r h! > : > 'ml"
; ton. visited I tmprevuthudgat.u0.d, i 1... .... m....S: .r. iMlt/ Washstands 50 Sheets 30
f ) Sunday. I Ihrnwoff cxlntll'.u.t. :: (
i spent the week- ,, In prut;i I" '

and Five Lota Mile.Bielling I' I Feather Pillows, 40 Comfort Quilts, 1 large


i Sunday at their MeadeUplandLong Range, 25 small Bed Room Tables, 7 Dining


ill a few days of StapleCottonseed Room Tables, 7 Sample Room Tables, 10 front

| : Dukes motored to I

i t i had. as her guest porch Rocking Chairs, 21 Dining Room Chairs,


Mrs| Howard I I 100 Plates Saucers Cups 25 Platters Pots
his son, J. S. I ,
FOR SALE-The Average

; spent Saturday I length 1 5-8 inches and Kettles, Pans, too numerous to mention 17

home at Five Mile. claimed by experta to be ,

home by Miss as good as Sea Island cot- Pitchers and Bowls 1 Piano Parlor furnitureof

yI ton. Produced (from seed ,

I' and children< furnished by U S. Bureau I Hotel 1 Gasoline Stove lots of other articlesnot

at their home at of Plant Industry) and ,

tinned on St. Simon's Island mentions
I Miami conducted a far removed from an\r

at the Bap- other variety of cotton. 10( .. .
enjoyed by those bushels or 11'98. $'> per bu. :' .: J : ':- .. ,' ': -. .

Over 10 bu., |.1 l per bu.
., is able to resume These articles have got to go on account of giving possession to Hotel. Remember<< this

university, sale and be sure to come or you will regret it, as all these articles are going to be '''sold

illness at his home A. M. SMITH regard leu. Terms Cash. R. R. PREVATT. Owner. .. ,



the in past the week home' and of Brunswick,' Ca. w G. M. INMAN Auctioneer.



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lhtuDAY, FEIjRUA1tY 10, 1922. .. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, STARKE FLORIDA
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The body of Charles Parker, wealthy trary, an alley has been formed where NOTICE OK HTOCKIIOLDBRS MEETING ..
A
"t retired glove manufacturer of St. Petersburg MESSAGE I none was intended Its surface i I" becoming I Notion I.! hereby given thiit a mocilnic of
was found dangling, /; at the the mocMiolibni' of tho Bradford County Hunk
Bits of Local tg&sInformation I end of in small used I more elevated all the time, will 1 he huh I office I In Burke Florida, on
a rope u building : l'.r":
TO TIRED from tht accumulating] / trash, and in (tbo ate day March A. D. lOila, at 7HOp
for the storage of household goods at m. rm. the pnnifiHo nt hnldlnx an election
course of time abutting business pi i- Ui rirtrrminp if the said llrmlfrml County
his home. He had been dead several Ititnk, tthitll Incwiuu Its enpiUil aUwk. from
will be
'eM not able to their buck
,
4 hoursvhen. found by his wife. Parker SICK FOLKSDON'T open I.1 .noo (in tn )40noo.io( nnd In lo and trot..
doors. Then, perhaps the l'itylUII mt (turii' hnnlnep> liwtlonnnd
: : : :: : If"t'hali"ba: ;
,
who was about 70 years of age, cil will he I (in dretnun( ,In(1IV1WC -
made aware of its existenceand ltl CHpltHl! lltOCk
O.. ?..et.. 9.Mm oar/ r tunic here twelve years ago 1 J. H. RITOt.
t I1 MI 7r" _.. M .... G..4r.t.I: Trwa..r..r.. I :" DUAO. TIIKOUlill I.IFEt asked for relief. I I -.\I'l-li .1(..J CunlviElberton ',

HALF SICK AND: MAIF
., -...,.. -.,.- The big government dredge\ Sarasota -
K .. _. !: r .. J w. f is at work five miles above Fort UKI.L.: TAKKTIIIS Cti 7tIlIDWBICRUrIIUdli3p101i1! lW.mmm! i RrJaI \'it1iU8U1iUIl : !
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'
|Ms)( Eva Powell spent Saturday ill is requested| to bring a silver offeringof Myers at the jetties in the Caloosa-] AD\ICE;

Jacksonville.L. hntchec the ]
river deepening channelto
r
ton cents to be used for the Wil-
seven feet. Tho work has been going Go to your druggist and ask him H
lard Memorial Fund. I
=s. L. F. Emery, of Jacksonville, I on steadily for the past two weeks for Guile's IVpto-Mangnn and toko i

1 spent Sunday with Mrs. II. M. Snyder !' since the dredge came upon the work i it with your meals for a few weeks
[. >-! HIS DOUBLE VOICE and it is reported that very satisfactory and see how your )health improve l

I progress U being made If you are pal, tired, lack ambition ll' _
W. J. ISppcrson spent the first of A lanky country ]lad entered a crossroads and vigor, you know yourself I) ,

i tblweck in Tampa and St. Petersburg. ,: Jtl'neralsto1'o to order some gro that if you had plenty of red Mood |I

I ceries. lie was at that age when a that you would! not feel! tired and, half I ,

#i"i ''I boy seems( all hands and feet, and \ sick all the time. The only sure finindution ( I
: when his vocal from '
merging rENT-A-\VORD
iy tptam K. f. Ileiberger of Brook.jytfAtmadc organs of permanent health Is good .
boyhood into manhood, are wont to ( Blue Georgia Granite
{ our office a pleasant call blood Guilo's Pepto-Mangun builds
LThursday. (He reports much progress cause his voice to undergo sudden up your blood with n form of iron I "THE STONE ETERNAL"

(in! %is section and involuntary changes from high I'' that gets into your system ] t It

gi0HVuW r treble to low bass. SEEDS-Have new :stock of fresh It Is wonderful. You will !like Ill1iCky'l And GEORGIA MARBLE, in'its various shades make "

[ Alderman several days And the clerk, too, was not without it will make feel
spent I grown seed at prices that cannot be you BO 4
ss>t week in Jacksonville at the bed- imperfections. Ho was crosseyed.In purchased elsewhere.] Prompt shipments strong. Life will be worth living again 'j MEMORIALSRenowned ,

Esldo,of his brother, John D. Alderman, an authoritative, rumbling bass I and extra fine stock. Wing Try it and you will thank us for telling I'I

,Who 4Js very ill.If. voice tho boy demanded of the clerk'i Seed Co., Methanicuburg, Ohio. you iibout it. Druggists Bell [
"Give me a can of corn" (and Gude'a Pcpto-Mangan in both liiiuiil
Branch 32 S. Main St. (
( O. Brown, who is employed by | voice suddenly changing to a shrill i Fla. JaCkSDnvllle'l and tablet form.-Adv. I FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY

[the government with headquarters in falsetto, he continued) "and a sack. of I and EVERLASTING ENDURANCEThree
..... -
[Gainesville, spent Sunday and Monday flour." FOR SALE-At Lawtey one and-x one the old clothes hanging 'imp; look atI j i

[hero with his family. "Look here, you kids," snapped the half] acres of good strawbery land the pools] of nasty! water, at the rot-I essential factors be'considered
clerk, "don't be in such tarnation fence and shed, to in buying mon
p a and five Balance ten ) the trash and
room cottage $300.
[Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Long and little hurry. I can't wait on both of you at like rent. Very desirably located the stench! Look at the rags, the uments are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-:

'daughter, Lois, spent the first of last once."-Nuggets. one block from high school. Mrs.; broken glass-jUHt at It Is in the real RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this 'combination !

5:week in Palatka, and while there were ---- -- T. S. Stark, R. 2, Box 421-L Buena Chinatown alley. Hoo-hoo-hoo!" when buying our material.

,- [guests of Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. SHOE I'UCESIn'! DOWN Vista Station, Miami, Fla. 2-3-St Chinatown alley is wonderful] also I !
---- in another respect. The rule in this COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.

I If you want plenty of pep, energy For a long time men who wanted I WANTED-Men with Ford roadster ]land of enterprise is to encroach on Leading Manufacturer of the SouthField

J and' strength, take Tanlac. Turner's shoe quality and style have had to dig 'I to sell our patented convertible bod- streets. and alleys by the abutting : or Special Representative,

,t 'dreg Store, Starke. I up from ten to fifteen dollars to get ies; a truck, roadster or 4 passenger owners, until the former are narrowed !: W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.

what they were looking for. It is not car. Ten seconds to make the all they can stand and the latterare ,

fA. daughter was born to Rev. and' the case a/iy longer. The "Footfitter"line change. Write for details. Con- crowded out. Here, to the con- C Immmmmmmmamllmmmmmml!: U111NtlliQ11R6tUt0 ID10mt111UlUtClUllltf: > laHnannnjujOHBiauM

Mrs. R. D. Bower Sunday, February I is now available to the men of I vertible Body Co, Hinton, W. Va. .
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[6th. Jean Hallie U the lady'sname. T -
young this section. These shoes It.
are positively ... .
the last word in style and qual- I ''' :' ;.:c'r', ': "; " "':'' .',," : .. ., ., '._ '.' : .::: u.; : .l' '::' I:" '

toI ity, und they are priced at only $7.50. I CHINATOWN ALLEY
I The Starke Growers Association has
J. M. Alvarez] has the exclusive agency -

ordered. 47,000 strawberry plants tobq'set for "Footfitters." Take a squint Little] Known but Quaint Thoroughfare -
out for the of I i
production run- I at the line In his show window. Theyare of StarkeI
(iter This is a live association and I FORDSONTRACTOR
eye-openers as well as footfltters. I -

[v constantly B.t ___ginning____in__membership._____ I I Where is Chinatown alley? It is a
A CURIOSITYA. thoroughfare in he center of the buj-
Mr. and Mrs. IJomer B. Limbaugh,
\ mesa portion of Starke, but not marked
fwho have been visiting at the home II. Brownlee, the jeweler] hits in on the map and unknown to all buta
j lot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. "
his store some chunks of "Kiola-ora.]
very few. We will not make knownits -
[:Llmbautrh:' ]left Tuesday afternoon fortheir ___ik -4
This is amber, but instead of being exact location; we will leave the -ilnu

home in Tallahassee. found in the bottom of the Baltic as pleasure ( '1)) of discovering it to tho I- : ,

----- I the well known amber is, this substance city council and the health oflk'cr. ,
.r 5 Co!. C. L. Peck has planted several] '
mined out of
is tho ground in Several] ]lone Chinaman
'Cabbage years ago a
trees in his yard
palmetto New Zealand, and is the resinous residue lived, in Starke. Once
Telegraph
a reporter -
I 4he trees came from the olJ Cook |
,, ; of trees that ,grew there thousands asked him if he did not feel
"
>lnce, near ]Highland! owned iy ".)1.! :| of
Mr. Rrownlee has
years ogo. lonesome
very being the only one of
\:/ feck. I I1 I also' a model of a book fashioned froma his race in town. The Chinaman said
\\1, largo and beautiful piece of kiola-
he did and that his life would be
unbearable -
t !Mrs R. B. Neal left Friday to join i -
r I I ora. The substance Is mostly lined In except for the existence of
husband Norfolk, Va. Mrs.
:: er in
the of fine varnishes and is
making
certain alley that
him
reminded of
Neal] has horn the
spending! past
fr'l.1 I very costly Mr. Brownlee lived in Chinatown alley, in Sun Francisco
i ,
:1:1 tonths with her parents, Dr. and }
New Zealand'. and has himself : N
: C. years where he was born. lie said l he took th1
Will mined the substance at times.CHRISTIAN I
3i. I lonely walks there every Sunday af-

W. A. Scott and sister Miss Dorii ternoon, after which he felt quite refreshed -
; CHURCH :NOTICE -felt just as if he had madea
Scott who ore teaching: in Ormond,
{;, fcome Saturday night and spent soy- I trip to his childhood home.
Services lust Lord's day at the
I I
.; oral\ days here on account of the IIcrlI I j Not knowing where the locality was ..
Christian church helpful. Theminister
'?I us illness of their grandfather It. R.j I were the reporter, with the Asiustic for a k 4) a a /
I i desires to make the church
Wynn. guide, made a trip through the alleya
J' the "House of "
Help.
I'I Sunday afternoon. It is short, .
Interest in the Bible school and '
If !you are feeling! all worn out, If crooked and generally very narrow.
you! can't eat, sleep or work with any II i Christian Endeavor' seems to be deepening It is a receptacle for the sweepingsof REDUCTION IN PRICES
People are bt'inurjtcd/ not to the
I [satisfaction, you need TanIa Tur- stores and shops abutting uponit.
{' ner's Drug Store, Starke. I simply come to church to hear the The trash swept out is .not car EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH 1922
I, sermon, or the singing, but to worship! ried away or burned, but covered, up

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh! and God."Service" by new crops of trash. At one place

son, Thomas, motored to Tallahassee will be the minister's the guide dug down into what appeared -

'Saturday to attend the Limbaugh, theme at 11 a. m. next Sunday. to be a mine of hair-all colors, $395.
Shackleford wedding. While there Bible school at 10 a. m.' black, white, red and the Scandinavian Now f. o. b. DetroitThis

they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.I "Justification by Faith" at 7:30 p. included, gray patriarchal] whiskers,
F. Philips. m. from Cow Creek and rusty moonnhin- remarkable reduction in price will tend to lighten the physical burdens of farmers and aid

'I Choir practice Tuesday 7:30: p. m. er whiskers from Wolf bay. Another them to produce maximum crops at reduced coat. We can make immediate delivery, and car-

Christian Endeavor, Sunday, 4 p. ry en hand at all times a complete line of Tractor parts.
i Mr. and Mrs. Homer B. Limbaugh, place revealed a mine of ham bones

Mrs. II. L. Brownlee] and little daughter m. Come. egg shells, feathers and potato peel

,I Mary and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh ---- ings. In another mine was found defunct J. W. ANDREWS JR.
PRESBYTERIAN: NOTES I
ti motored to the State Farm Monday I whiskey bottles from the Rli/.a- ,

; and were dinner !guests at the home The Bible school meets at 10 o'clock I He than era, including! receptacles for Authorized Ford and Ford&on Dealer. Starke, Florida
of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Blitch. I 1 pl\rrow Gin" and "Old Crow" which I
each Sunday morning. Subject for ,
.. --- -- I "ent out of date in Starke at ]least I
next Sunday "Elisha and the Shuma- .-
Tanlae] is the Ideal] strengthener end : :T, Another mine rich
nite Woman" All ages are invited.At i -Tars ago. was '. '_,' ". ":' ."'!!lf::;' -:'$ : ::,' Y1 m.t(
folks because
[ body builder for old iti j ::1\ odd empty pill boxes and broken
the eleven o'clock
| creates a healthy appetite for whole- j will consider one's responsibility:worship we to medicine bottles, and a strong smell! __ __ ._._ ..m.1IC .

: some food and strengthens and invigorates his God for the welfare of his fellow- I, of lodoform assailed the nostril of IRIU\T > tUnli>fill IICiUfUU41QID! UBa3bSdtVIUIUIDtCtQaiCIfUIUSpCY7tUGtUtULIlUU1CifJQIDC1t alO I the digestive organs. Turner'sDrug the tourists.
,
men. "Am I My Brother's Keeper.
Store, Starke. This last was too much for the Chi-
What is God's reply?
naman. "Boo-hoo, how much like I

r ( Those having farms for sale, priced "Spiritual be the topic Sowing for consideration and Reaping"will at home. Don't it smell just like 'coke?' FROM BANK TO MOUTH

from $1,000 to $2,100, are asked to Consider the stillness of the place
our evening worship at 7:30.:
stop in at the E. A. Strout Farm i just like after a police raid. Look: at
Come to our c.iurch at 7:30: ( Wed-
Agency and list same. This agency
; nesday evening, Feb. 12, to have
i has calls for and can readily dispose j Ruh-My-TJsm; antiseptic and
of farms between these prices. brought to your attention the lessonscontain.d pain killer, for infected sores "Hand to mouth" is the life condition of many people in this world. Of-

I in the narrative of the life tetter sprains neuralgia: rheumatism. ten it is through lack of adaptability-or oppolunity. But generally it is due to
: Patronize the food sale tomorrow I of Jacob, and, to enjoy an hour of .-Adv. t

J i. afternoon a ttwo o'clock in the vacant worship with God's people. I I too lavish spending. < *'Bank to mouth" is the ideal condition. People who t

store store.building Mrs. opposite W. C. Powell J. M. Alvarez'and her* One person was killed outright and husband their earnings and put their surplus in a bank always have money

committee of club workers will serve four whom others have since seriously died as injured the result, two of of E.K. PFFRYMAN when they need it. Treading on thin ice of "hand to mouth" does not appeal

I you with the most delicious eats. accident when tho F. E. C. I ATTORNEY-AT LAW them. QThe who off "until '
an passenger STARKE FLORIDA to man puts opening a savings account tomorrow".invariably +

The W. C T. U. will be entertainedby bile at train the No.crossing 37 struck south an of Dania.automo-,i I finds that tomorrow is just as far away j Please consider -

J. W. White next Tuesday
Mrs.
afternoon at 3 o'clock at her homeon _.--- -- I this an invitation to open a savings account with this bank TODAY. ,

Sanderson-street. Each- member Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed !The man of tomorrow is always looking for something he doesn't have today.BANK .



, ttALL'8 HOW'S CATARRH THIS MEDICINE? will\ Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from I

do what we claim for It-rid your. eyetemof Islands.
caused by ca-
or Lufne a
tatl'h.v.Catarrh..do not recommend it Cor any Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil. OF STARKEE.
ot "
1'I1' ;
.AT'n'RntEDIctXE
ken Intern..lly. ami acta ougl Price $2.50 per bushel in two bushel bags
liquid th. blood upon the mucous aurrac.. or- SL MATTh/EWS. Ptei.ircrcoHiiEaKigajgaaHafflgm CEO. C. i WHITE CaitiierI

the tlon eyat.m and ae.t.tina, thus redaclna Nature' theniamma In reat"rlOlr 'I f. o. b. Hawthorn, Fla. I ImmmmmmmllllmIXlCIGJllII

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I tl BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, irir %.
PAGE SIX
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\j I it was found that the farmers on the I Don't waste your sympathy on yu:,
I FARMERBROWN
:!, I, 1 I east! side of the stream were ahead by self. The other fellow expects it.

i ':', .,I I _..-.___.___....--_--___-.-.-_..:.___-_:. j ,'! a large number of rodents. Question- _

f I I I farmer not to church
log revealed that some bright Mr. Jones Why go Sunday? You
Say, say-
I;: With The Bradford l lad had thought to attach a hose to I'm busy' now, Sliver. I will see cannot expect the church to come > ,

; .i.::, ; .1 [ the exhaust of his automobile, stick you later. you.

\ .j the other end in a rat hole and start
I Itl I But I want to tell you something.Just .

; : County Farmers I, the engine going. The rats came out a minute, Sliver. The braggart makes a big noise until .

tl: : half smothered by the fumes and fell Well''' I should worry. danger conies and then makes u
t

}I I I t. I t _, t ten............__.................._.__.__..- ...e__.._..._...I ;, easy victims to the shotgun. The dis- Now, Mr. Brown, have you found bigger, ono in his efforts) to depart.In .
t, I. :::::: I coverer of the scheme his fellow-contestants spread the glad what you need today/ ?

I news among Yes, sir, thank you. the national capitol the othei

:' HELPING THE FARMER: seed before placing them on the stove, and victory was theirs.It Say. pa, I' want to tell Mr. Jones day eggs sold for fifty cents a dozen,
of the
then count those that do not L ; is probably one simplets something' of which the farmer received twelveA
I pop
devices for the effective of poison .
use
':: According to the Washington agricultural which should not be more than 20 out lie is too busy, Sliver. Wait a. right liberal distribution of the
I of which there is record. No
: conference, the marketing of 100 in any case. iJoes Your Head Ache ? I gas a minute. profits for all except the farmer and
patent has been sought on the invention -
I most serious facing "If the seed small such But it will be too late then. the hen.
problem is the one are very as Ara You Dizzy? Despondent ?
tried wherever
and it could be out -
I What is it Sliver? I'll talk to
the American farmer. Until tho lettuce, tobacco and mustard, count you
I I Wonderful Relict is Hero Told rats or mice are troublesome. In
_ _
farmer has mastered the technic of them out, spread on damp cloth now.I .
I a Now we are told that the next
Atlnnll00.. the referred to war
-"Ahmit I campaign over
n year 1,000
ag"
,j I this phase of the agricultural! game, I roll the cloth up and place in a warm j saw two men load three rolls of
was preparing to ;.;1)to. tliu }hoimitiil, to rats and as many mice were destroy- will be waged against soldiers and
at least as well as he has mastered place and keep moist. After a few ctk,. Had hcun aide and .ujj'\I ni two ed.-Pensacola News. woven wire fencing and two rolls of civilians alike, and that the husbandin

1 other phases marketing will continue I days unroll. At least 80 out of every years, (mil dizzy spells, Buffered from barbed wire into an old truck and the trenches will be safer than the

I a-j! his most baffling problem. hundred should have sprouted."If ., npudache fooling, constipation all tho !time.and a Had despondent tried- RED ROT OF SUGAR CANE drive off as though the marshal was wife in the kitchen. That ought to ',

But this is being done. the seed are large, such as corn, many ifit rent remedies and got no after them. stimulate masculine patriotism when

County Agent J. J. Sechrest, of beets, carrots, pumpkin and watermelon bettor. I got to a clrng, ;; store ono day Which way did they pro? the next storm breaks and J
I and was talking' t.) tho druggist;: about Red rot, a fungus disease of sugar They went south lickuty-split. maybe ,
on doll"
"rag method of
Hamilton county, has reported that j testingIs my condition lIe handed, me a bottle! cane, was reported in 1921, as seriously How did look? there won't be such a rush for the
the farmers of his county have come recommended. Soak in water apiece of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Presciiptionand damaging this in every they ministry and ,wedlock when drafting
together and co-operatively ordered I|[ of cotton cloth about sik Inches said. I think. that will help you.' crop One was a short man and bowlegged -
-1_ : His I'' wide and of the desired length and Itefore: I had taken nil of that one sugar cane growing county in Florida ; the other was thin as a board begins.
of fertilizers.
seven hundred tons buttle I felt like! a newunman.. NowI The disease, identified by red discolorations and tall like
c report added that about four dollars wring out till moderately moist. Then can along with thousands or I best you.
I' say in the split stalk, is controlled -
spread! the cloth How did know one was bowlegged -
j a ton was saved on the entire order out and sprinkle the other' women that Doctor I'Ierce'sFavorite by healthy you j
only
planting canes
., to the farmers. Isn't that solving the counted seed on it. Roll the cloth up Prescript cored mc.- ?
It:. I the seed stalks before
by just
',' farmer's and place in it warm place. With a Mrs. O. W. Tidwell, fc7 Hampton St. I dipping Why, when they were loading the
4, :i l-1''': marketing problem. The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite planting in bordeaux mixture, or by wire between II
narrow strip of cloth connect the dull a big yaller dog ran
r' : Again. County Agent C. E. Matthews Prescription has made many women planting the cane in fall rather than I February Records
with a pail of water. This his legs without touching a hair.I .
strip| happy by making/ them 'healthy. Got
of reports
::1 it Suwannee county in spring.In .
will serve to kcop the "rag doll" it ut& once from your nearest dnifj; ..lst I guess I'd better follow them and Are Out
$ the farmers of his county as buying mist and thus cause the seed to in either liquid or tablet form WritQ the United States the disease find out who they are. I
wed potatoes of better varieties In Dr. Pierce Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo 1
,
,,4 I first discovered in Louisiana and
was
t .. carload Quantities. And in another I II sprout if good. N. Y., for free medical advice. Come on, Sliver. Jump in my ear _With the most wonderful violin
Florida first from
being reported two and we'll run them down.
- ? I report he states that the farm bureau I record ever made.
I I II GRASS; AND LEAVES LIFE OF Is thut he is too expensive. West Florida counties in March, 1910, Yes, sir. I sure would like a ride.

_ of Suwannee Is ordering the farmers'fertilizers I SOIL-WONT HURN THEM: and its spread has been rapid sine Say, I should think folks would steal Everyone who loves violin music
iwving.them from $3.50 to
its first appearance. lots of things from you. All those and who does not?-will want
The farmer who makes
$6 a ton. Isn't that solving the farm- sure he has
_ Have you ever seen a plowman How to ControlIn plows and wagons, cultivators and
burn to
ii er's marketing problem? a source of good seed doesn't have to own
I I oft a field\ of /grass or straw? That spend time being when harvest order to control this rapidly such. Why that annex is chuck full No. 30024 ,;
Certainly it is solving, the buyingI any sorry -
man didn't stop to consider the value time spreading disease: of all kinds of farm implements.Don't .
end of it. And confidently believe comes. "LA CAPRICIEUSE"Clear
we
of the grass or strew to the land he I 1. Plant only healthy canes. Any you lose lots of them?
; ; that county agents like tho two referred -I
,I' was tilling. If he had the grass canes showing even the slightest discoloration No, Sliver, we seldom ever lose any- ( )
; to above, if given the chance, would not have been burned, but instead .. Blue tissue paper wrapped around, i of the interior should be thing, not even a good customer. Violin Solo by

,1 ',I will come very near to leading their ;I would have been plowed into garments keep white ones from yellowing discarded. In sections where the dis!: ,
i farmers to the correct solution of the and delicately colored ones BRONISLAWHUBERMAN'
has become
I the soil case prevalent grind all
providing that owned WATERM1LLWatermill :
,man I'
+ i other end of the marketing problem- the farm. from fading. cane grown here and get seed for -

: J. that of selling. Millions of dollars worth of anil I planting from other localities. Feb. 10A. Z. Adkins, Famous Polish ViolinistA
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i humus in the form of grass, straw A good mother takes care of her I 2. As an extra preventive dip the of Starke, and a few others were hereon

: TEST SEED BEFORE J PLANTING and beans, a thing terribly and! sadly children; but if she wants to be the canes selected for seed into bordeaux business Friday.G. Masterpiece: of the Bow and String

l ', I lacking in Florida soil, is burned every best kind of a mother she also takes I mixture just before planting. This willI H. Fowler, of St. George Ga.,
In an editorial which as good,I as of Any PhonographCan
t. care herself.To .
in state. kill that spent the wcelc-end here
year our Investigations I I any fungus may have gotten visiting with
II S. "Beware of the shyster who at- Play Brunswick Records
says I show friends.Mr. .
that
the farmer who preserves onto the cut ends or surfaces. A large

: tempts to sell untested, unguaranteed the material which grows on the l land spare praise when It is due will wooden trough is convenient for hold- and Mrs. J. II. Brown, W. P..

: 4 seed," the Southern Ruralist closes by land I turns it back into the soil, Is spoil the child even more surely than ing the bordeaux mixture for dipping Hodges and son, Evan, O. W. Thomas -

f adding "Nothing Is more expensive j' more wealthy and independent thanis sparing the rod when punishment is purposes./ The formula consists: of 5 G. II. Fowler, J. Goodge! and Morris -

I than an investment in poor seed. Sorry the man who carelessly destroys. due. pounds of copper sulphate 5 pound Bryant were all transacting business -

I seed is the forerunner of sorry ret i it. 'I of lime and 50 gallons of water. in Brooker Saturday.J. .

sults. This applies also to the forest and Simple, genuine, substantial cloth- 3. Whenever possible plant the C. Cone, of Brooker, passed thru

Those thoughts/ remind us of the woods. Grass, straw and leaves, esPecially ing which can be worn inconspicuously : canes in the fall instead of bedding here Saturday enroute to New River

,l necessity of the farmer's testing,: his I' leaves, should never be burn- after all, gives the most satisfaction them for spring planting. Fall plant- on business.

own seed, in order that he may expect' ,-d, since they become the very life in the long run. ing will give an opportunity to discover L. A. Fowler, of Starke was a busi-

a ,good: stand. Fact of the matter is, I and strength of the soil when made apart the disease if present, and will ness visitor to our section Thursday.Mrs. .

J seed testing should be looked at in the ', of it. "The man who burns the If you know What it costs to raise I'do away with the danger from contamination Viola, ) Thomas' and daughters, .

t same light as life insurance. The I woods should be arrested for arson," your different crops you won't be likely in the bed. Laura and Leona, and W. It. Hodges/

late C. K. MeQuarrie, who was state is the way one old and experiencedman to continue the ones which year alter : 4. A method of dealing ,with the attended services at Dedan Saturday.A. .

agent of the Agricultural Extension of the soil put it. year prove unprofitable.Since I disease that has been practiced in the A. Riley and Tom Markee andL.

s... j r Division: University of Florida, and In discussing this subject the Pro- West Indies is to plant some other A. Green were in attendance upon

who, for many years was Florida's gressive Farmer said let's remember club work was statred in our variety not subject to red rot. the Masonic lodge Saturday after- Consumers Lumber Company

greatest agriculturist, once wrote as these two big facts: state about five years ago, a hundred' 5. Burn all trash in the old bed 1 noon. i! __. .._

follows concerning the testing of 1. When you burn a ton of forest thousand dollars have been spent by ,and all diseased cane. I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodires and

_ I II seed: leaves or a ton of broomstraw, you boys and girls for purebred pigs. That Description and Identification of the children attended church at Dedan- -

i "Much of the poor stands of crops have done just as much harm as if I partly accounts for the fact that Flor- i: Disease Sunday.Mr .

farmers often get and which are I I you had burned or destroyed a ton 'V>f ida is rapidly becoming a great hog- The disease cannot be detected in and Mrs. A. L. GVoene and fam-

I charged to moles, mice and birds, are :I horse manure. raising state. i growing cane It works on the inside ily spent Sunday in the Brooker section -

: due to poor seed. Without a good i I 2. If you have 100 tons of forest : of the stalk which makes its recogni- with E. J. Lewis.A 1886

stand, land, time money, energy and I, leaves in some piece of woods near Plant a few row. of squashes in tion difficult. However, after the cane birthday dinner was given at the

'. produce are wasted. We cannot expect -i you and neglect to put it on your your cucumber or cantaloupe fields.' had been cut and bedded the disease home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis

to make as much, where we have land, it is the same as if you had 100 Moths which lay the pickle-worm egg I develops and at planting time when i Sunday In honor of the birthday of

I only a half or a two-thirds stand. I tons of cow manure or horse manureor prefer the squash to these other the cane is cut in short pieces for Mrs. Lewis' father, A. L. Greene, of DAVISINSURANCE t

.! "Seed that have been stored for 12 tons of 8-2-2 fertilizer out there plants. In this way much of the boring -, seed, it is easily recognized. Last I I Pine Hill.

i months are liable to have lost their / and neglected to haul it up and use of holes in your fruit will be pre- '' spring cane which was being used as A sing was given at the home of

germinating power. Some seed<<1 depreciate it. vented. The same is true of the melon seed was sent to the Florida Experiment lIIr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges Saturday

( more quickly than do others. worm. | Station. On examination this ight. A large crowd was present.

I Lettuce, for instance loses its ability COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS cane was found badly diseased. Various Tom Markee and Ury Johns attended -
I to sprout more readily than corn. C. A. Martini, agricultural agent the burial of Math
growers from different parts of Kelly at !Mt.\
\
Time testing seed fe well for the Seaboard railroad that'I
spent spent. Okaloosa-We organized a community says the state had obtained seed from the Sinai Sunday.

1- "Strange tho it seems, small seed, co-operative club at Dorcas on I when! the general farmers, the citrus same farm which sent this cane hence Dave Greene was a visitor to Five

such as turnip, rape cabbage, sorghum Friday. Double treated 18 hogs for growers und the truck growers of the disease was distributed to several, Mile Sunday.W. STARKE

''t 4 cucumber, cantaloupe, squash, cholera this week. Florida raise hogs along with their counties from this one farm alone. It W. Brown was a business visi
can be tested easily' on a hot plate. I main products, then this state will become tor to LaCrosse and .
appears to be spread mostly from Infected Santa Fe Fri -
The top of the kitchen stove is as Hamilton-Approximately 700 tons the- greitL swine section of this seedit iun
does not spread thru day.Mrs.
good as nny for this. Those that pop of fertilizers were purchased co-ope- country. the air. B. Thomas spent Saturdaywith COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

and jump are good; those that no not ratively by our farm bureau this week I The fungus which Mrs. Ida Goodge. l
I
: pop and jump are not good: Count the I at a saving of about four dollars a enviable Chas. F. Leach, who has of made an technically called Collecotrichum causes red rot falcntum. is- Lonzo Goodge and Dave Greene, of I I a Full Line ofUndtrtakfn'
success Chero-
ton. as manager Supplies
Five
Mile
When the were callers here Satur-
diseased
: CALOMEL:\ !MAY TURN kee Farms, Monticello says that tho cane is

ON YOU NEXT TIME farmer who produces a staple article split lengthwise the soft tissues on day.Mr. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
I Suwannee Our
} farm bureau has properly it for marketingand the inside show a red discoloration. and Mrs. Archer Waters and Always on hand. The best service -
placed a co-operative order for fertilizers prepares In the red children, of Lake Butler
: Next Dose You Take May Salivate consumption and lets the world areas there also occur large spent Satur- at the lowest prices. Special -
An average of $3.50 a ton spots which shade off into the red. day here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. attention to telegraph or-
-
and Start a World of Trouble know he has that article will have
... will bo saved on the materials for Thesewhite spots are W. R. Hodges. en. Registered Embalmer.
characteristic
especially -
., those who mix their own fertilizers, little trouble in disposing at a good of red rot. As the disease Mr.\ and Mrs. G. Stokes and chil-
Calomel Is mercury; q\lI cksilver. It and an average of about $5.75 will be price, and that prosperity will be his, advances the dren, Mona and Neta and D
crashes Into s,.ur bile 'ikn. dyiriwite, central portion becomes Mrs. C. M. WTIT C. JONES
saved on each ton of ready mixed fer- Lewis .
visited Mr.
destroyed and Mrs. II.
forming Stokesof
a long straight
anti STARKE FLA
cramping sickening you. Calomel tilizers. RAT FLIVVEIUNG i ,
cavity in which New River, Sunday.
A attacks the bones and should never Is a whitish mold
be The farmers either made up of fungus threads. The Mallie Surrency and Leslie Green,
intq side
put your system. on of a river ;
I I.ee-'Ve find\ a keen interest over nodes and buds become first brown of Pine Hill, were here Sunday after-
If feel bilious dividing certain ,
headachy a township inaugurated
you constipated the in -
county our approaching which then black. The
and all knocked out, just go a rat-hunting contest. xWhen hard outside of the noon.Wiley ASPIRINName
promises to be
bigger better
and by
stalk remains Kelly, of New River
r apparently healthy. passed
to and the two weeks of
your druggist get a bottle of far hunting were over
more importane than it
was last During the growing through here Sunday en route to
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents season badly diseased -

: which is a harmless vegetable substitute year. Habitual constipation cured I cane is stunted. The loss result Brooker.E. "Bayer" on GenuineTake

for dangerous calomel. Take In 14 to :31 Days ing from red rot cannot be estimated.No A. Fowler of Starke, was here
Walton-We have ordered 1800 satsuma LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciallyf f Saturday night visiting O. W. Thomas. -
spoonful and if it doesn't
a start
your '
orange plants and 1600 blue- prrpnredSyrupTonio-LaxaUveforHabmin' doubt the average preacher .
I liver and straighten you up better berry plants for our farmers this Constipation. It relievesomptly but would be quite indignant if Mrs. Amanda Minton
and quicker than nasty calomel and aiiould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dayiti we were and :left
week besides
several small orders
without making for I>induce regular action. It Stimulates and to refer to him as an invaluable aid Tuesday for Knights.
sick
you you just peaches and pecans. Regulates. a Very Pleasant to Tak*. 60t to the divorce courts. And yet with- Allen Thomas was in the Brooker
go back and get your money.Don't vet bottle. out marriages there can be no divor- section Sunday!
take calomel! It makes you CHIPS ces. -- f

sick the next day; it loses you a day's A TONIC
vdrove' Making the world safe
for
4 democracy
-
: work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens Bad roads and bad
tempers both Tasteless chill Tonic restores Why can't some genius produce a sounds good, but safeguarding
you right up and you feel great keep folks apart. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and car that will run on kerosene oil? the interests of humanity in general
No salts Give it to the Aspirin only u told in each pMk
necessary.
Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its Perhaps then the trust would producereal would be a deal more practical. age ef genuine Barer Tablets of Aspirin.
children because it Is perfectly harmless The man who doesn't know why he strengthening.Invigorating effect, ice howIt gas in order to put the'oil men Then you will be following the direction.

r and cannot salivate.-Adv-64 knows things in a certain way is go- brings color to the cheeks and how out of business. Reluctantly we are coming to the wl doaage worked out by' physicians
ing it blind. It improves the during 21 years, and proved' safe by raillions. -
l appetite you v1U then conclusion that the good old fashioned Tike
;
chance
m with subatitutn.
No Worm in a Healthy; Child ,, appreciate Its_true tonic value. The housewife has about If
f average investigating commit. ceased to exist. you KM SIte Bayer Cross on tabtoU,
.-All children.which troubled Indicate with Worm poor blood.have and(a a UDalthrcoJor. *.- Nobody has yet discovered whetherIt's Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply tee can not harm the innocent and she objects to being termed old fash- {you .can take thorn without four f.'old. ..-

,,,I... ihora la more or I... stomach dbauzb.at *. worse to be a fool who farms or a Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So dare not harm the guilty.! Ioned. Earaithe) Headache.Neuralgia Rhmimatlnn.
t CI tell
: for two or three weeks will wirhJt tha blond.hnprov needs QUININE\ to Purify It and IRON ones us that love comes Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tablet.
..th.dl8MUoD.aad ades St <.,ralStreniHhnln Enrich it. Malarial to I The things you don't do may not unbidden, but these are the days when cost few. cent*. Druogwta &lItO cell\ larger1package.
Tnalc to tile wbolaTM.a. Nature will th..atiuuwoffordtepel A New Jersey man finds\ that the Destroys germs and make you rich, but they seldom get a fat bank account accelerates its .. Aapirin it the trade mark of
the woma.and tile Child will l beau Gi-lp germs by Its Strengthening Invigor arrival Bayer faml.'SA't11r. of :Moooaacticacki-:
110II(_be...'". Flaaaut. to taka'TSc per boltla. chief trouble with a cheap hired man sting;: Effect. Ou. you into trouble. ester of Salicylicacid.

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fRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1922 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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Some doctors, we suspect, are in a $800,000,000 THROWN AWAY IN dlers-that is the mushroom variety NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDER!: MEBTINC

e se by themselves. They are able tonic"e196ueI little" the folk H)uaholil.were playtnt 1921 ON WILDCAT SCHEMES: thnt blooms overnight, fleece the "in The Author's Peat.I'hlllp oval Notion miwllnii la hereby of the given atoekholdera that the of regular.the IL.....

tojchurgo for what they don't know I ; Ourtlss, iniilior of the. novel bronn
keeping house nocents, and then depart either to a Mlnoral Water Co., will be hold at tkv
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and collect in full. Robert wits pupa "Between Two WnrldH' ," reiiiurked office, of the Secretary In Startle, Florida, OB
Jane imiimua. Aft r much dllllculty Ir Suckers Apparently. Are living Horn prison cell or parts unknown-is to Monday January .111. 11.22.!!! at II:80 p. m., t.
that
I QuDoiuo0\ "' large/ .1 l itroiid, Pupa' KobTt Faster Than One a !MinuteIn i adopt the trade name of prominent though lu. like nil writers necs transact elect a board uf direclora for the roar. and M
contact with such other
people of all kinds, thereIs btwlnpea aa neeraaary.E .
sometimes, though, an optimist is fl'inlly burst with I deceased bankers the of
nut : "Siiy, thereare or name a .
el K. Y'EI "
just
ono +las to escape which he 'VMAN.
rtey who has been string: and doesn'twant i i I ton nmny chili''ron In the family years gone by, the gold brick building in which they establish lux would run n mile. "The greatest pest t-20-St-l-2T S..ret.1"IT ..u_

other people to know about it. .oa of ;you will buy* to be. the doc I* uriously furnished suites. Then In "
they writer's life
artists and oil stock salesmen wore a sold Mr. Curtlss, ORDER FOR MmLICATION
sit back and listen to the dollars clinking "la tho man who
always 'If
BO successful that P. T. Barman once says you In Circuit Court. State of Florida.. Eight:

_[KEl'OUT OF COUNTY FINANCES, BRADFORD COUNTY remarked that a "sucker) ia born every into their coffer from the pockets could only write up u thing Unit once Judlulal. Circuit Bradford County In CI...-
happened to uncle It would make cery.E.
of the my
unsU'I"'Clil1who believe
minute.Today, with modern inventions JU Wilson,
FOR TilE PERIOD ENDING SEPT. 30 1921 tho "
and a public just as eager to be they are dealing with the sons of the greatest story you ever r inl. Complainant
TIM following report of the neelpta and dlabnrwmanta! of th. fund I eaAlden t
of BRADFORD financial wizards of a ,generation: Hilton
it'COUNTY the find the birth ago. et ai,
[ fur the period ending. &" .1. Ul>. Itui, with the balances and amount of warrants : "stuns, "sharpers" ,
I outatamillng and a ataumtmt of the aaaeta and llabllitica, and the value of county property rate even higher, and their profits are Any secret process to manufacture Defendant.
I lather than achool of the said Bradford County an reported on the Math tiny of Sipt, 1PJI. by Who C.irear It apnenrln by affidavit appended. to the
\ the Board of County Commiaalonera and the Clerk of the Circuit Court .la .hereby publlahed! unf so much the greater.It anything Is one of the favorite foun- bill filed In the above Staled' cause that Mary
,*.r the provisions of Chapter 6B1S of the Lam of Florida. Acts of 1815. has been estimated that in the dations on which to construct a swin- Queen Kllratu'llt, It In said, possessed E. Coons the dt-frndant. therein named la ananmldint
ERNEST AMOS. Comptroller. I.S) many as 3.11(111 .owns nt ono time. I of the lau> of Florida, and la a
last year more than $800,000,000 bus dle. It seems to cloak charlatanism Allire made of the richest stuff0.trinunerl reeldimt. ef Sloneavllla.' New York co| Curt
w GENERAL FUND been thrown the of and furnish a tempting/ nppeiil) to hu- I Johnson, H. D. No 1. and la over the age nC
away by people : with lace, emltroldvry and fine twenty-one yrara ; it la thrrrfore ordered. that

Dopoaltory balnnce April 1. 1921 ................ ........_....._-.-. 2,70199 the United States on "wildcat" man credulity Not long ago a company I, 'ow..I.. aald non-reeidrnt dirfcndnnt be and la hcrehrrruulred .
I' [ Script April 1, 1IM1 7200 2,590,90Oetetanding to appear to tho bill nf complaint
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schemes that range from oil stock to was formed in one of the large fllod i In aald raitae on or before Monday, the

warrant* April 1, 1921 _____________________________... 84.00I making metal from horses' hoofs and eastern cities to make ..cosmic bearings ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn 1.1th day of February A. D. 1022, nthi-rwlaa'
I Circuit Court State of .....rid". Eighth the allocation of said bill will be taken aaconfcaaed
Nt nalnnce April 1. 1921 2.751.09From extracting gold from sea water. According / for automobiles and airplanes. Judrllal Circuit Krailfurd. County, in Chaneery. by said defendant
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fWJCKlPTS FOR THE: SIX MONTiiifi Tho I It la further ordered that this order be publlBhcd -
Tax collector, taxoa ___._......___......____..._. 7.1362ft to statistics there are more process was to be kept secret, it'' Dan Saaaer, I once a week for four oonaicutlve weelaa
Comptroller rcdemptlona ...........____.___.... ...... 28.27 "suckers" in the country today than being decided not to even patent the I Complainant in the Krailford County. Telegraph' a ncwapaper -
Comptroller R. R. tax _____________._______. .________ l. 02.00 8.761.62Mnklmr because I I O'.II'S. I I tuibllKhrd In said. county and a.....
Mr. Barnum imagined. process of the danger of its Anna .....". I This January 9. 1921.

+ nalanre ________Un___________________________ 11,51301 During the last year hundred of being stolen. Defendant.It 6. W. ALDERMAN
FOR MONTHS I appearing by affidavit appended to tan .
fDUBURSEMENTS THE SIX iSial) Clerk Circuit ('...rt.
S.I.I"Iot clerk of the circuit court a* county. auditor ..ndel.rk btork brokers have been arrested in Whe nthe secret was revealed at a hill filed In the ahov..atatad caiaie that AnnaH"Ile I By C. A. KNU1IIT,
to county commiaiilonen .......... .......... TfiO.00 for "wildcat"stocks. Saa...". the defendant thi-roln named, ia Deputy ClitrU.
Per diem and mileage of eommiaalonera ..____ ____..... 224.05 various cities selling directors'", meeting, after the proper : a miltkmt of the 8..... of Florida and la E. K. FERRYMAN
.. Pay nh<*riff for attendance on county. commlaalonera ____ 28.00 In many cngea!: however, the amount of stock had been disposed ofl| hiding I and eonerallnir: hrrwelf: ao that :service I Solicitor for Complainant 1-13-ftt-Z-lt.
ho her and In the
cannot had
( alariea ., ether 011I.... and Ba DI Tat upon over age
Attorney tar county rommlBalonera .......____.._______ 1925 brokers" were tipped of that they it read as follows: "To 100 pounds of I Imetul I of twunty-one ran i It la therefore onlemi ,
Supprv'nor of reitlatratlon. __?.?.._....---.-_------- 120.00 were being watched and, liko the add four ounces of horse hoof. that said _I..nt. defendant DP and la lienliyreuulrrd I IfJIIERIP."S SALE
8n M County DaUdin.. to appear, to the Mil of (uimplalnttlli'd Hereby notice la vlven that I. W. J. aTpperaon -
Jell liP U Arabs, they folded their tents and silt parings, three ounces of borax, two :' In old cauau on or before Monday, the aherlrr of Draiiroril County' .Florliln M-
., Furniture-- --and---.--Axturaa----;:- -for----jail"---::::::-.:-:::::===::::: 66:0: .ntly stole With them went of Oth day of March 19Ja. otherwise the allogationa tier and by virtue of that certain I I1..1 writ of exe
ounces powdered and
|**.*..- ef County Bulldlnrat away. glass, one of ems bill will be taken aa vonfonavii cut Inn leaned out of and: under the hand aaal

Janitor and other attendant _________ T-------------- JJJJOUghta. the money of ministers, department ounce of sen salt After copperleadi I by said.U drfi'ndant.It further ordered th.tbla order be I of the clerk of the circuit court of DraeVford
.' fuel and water county, Florida. aaalnat K. O Gnann..54
I the .. County Peers store clerks, stenographers, telephone and tin are fluid, put in horse-hoof : works publlahvil. in once the Hrfldford a week' County for four. Telegraph eomtreutlve a In favor of Virginia-Carolina Chemical Cam.I .

i ii Allowance made to paupera outalda of poor home and paid Ipes tore, housewives ,a nd staid! business parings and stir well, then add. glass, wnpanc-r piihliahcd In sail county and .,.1.. I pany. a corporation and I dated the lind day all
by ..arrant a ___________________. -------------- 1.048.BO Title Jammry 14. 1K'J2. I January, 1V12! will offer for cola and ..n tatha
ty"Tdt;" men. borax and sea Bait combined then O. W. ALDERMAN, i highlit and beat bidder. for nah I. f....*
InqFee."of officer.. Juror and witnlaaaaltT ..... ------------- ----.- 1&824 There are at the present time, it is stir." (Sod) Clerk Circuit Coarl.By 10' the. eonrthonae door In Slarke. llradfoal
[ insole O. A. KNIGHT' County Florida. during the legal ho,,.. of
b.T> Feea. of office' and eommlttece_?______.____.________. 89.26 estimated I, approximately 1,000 "bucket Not the least amusing thing in relation deputy Clerh. ..1... on Monday, the (th day of February..
( StIlansrynit. Printing in the United States. If FI.OYD GREEN R. A. ORREN. : 1UU2. for the purpoae of aatlafylng .. execution
.. '19 shops" to the formula was that it is all the following real ...
estate In
General .,,,tlon.l'). Wank eta. ---------- -- -- ---- IS? Solicitor tor Complainant. l-27-6t-2-H. I Bradt.
Record book ----------'----- ---- 49 these: 1,000 shops are to remain open right. The to make county, Florid., to-wltl
: expected
: :: : "by; ::::: company -
AaV .rtl .ln renuTrVd by law and paid for county HI 04 they must have $100 a day each, which< I I Southwest Quarter of Bouthraat QiiarUr.and .
'Csia_t..len. paid ta OBleerat ..... ... the concoction at a cos tot 18 cents n MASTER'S SAL'Notion : North Half of Southwest Quarts ef
Tax -.---. --- -- In a of 300 days, means an IncOme la hereby given that under and liy Southwest Quarter except I 1-S lyla. ka
BMMwor -- ----------------- year pound and sell it at 85 cents but acres
Tax collector -_ ____u___________?________::-::::::::: 766.41 for of- a virtue of that certain Anal doers of foreeloa.tire '' a square In Northwest corner thereof all aa
Sheriff.' / weneral court work _____on ___.._n -----.--- 1111.811 of $30,000,000 annually subscriber to the stock who could not mail and entered on January (A, A. D, Sea. ail. Twp. 6 South. Range ft Eae'I .
Clerk circuit court, recording and general court work.Tndrxing I29 Ice alone. This I H tc meet 1H2.'!! by Honnrabln A. V. Lonir.. Judge of
expenses fathom I W. J.
: where KPFERSON
____ :: 111.10 quite the horse-hoof Circuit Court In and for Itrailford .. th.1
clerk' circuit__ court ------------------n------::::::::::::::___ 298.96 B,87t.8Continginriea ( the expense of wire and ticker! ser parings came in began investigation : Florida. In that certain cause whi>nln I. ,' hrriff of Bradford County FkirWa..
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Ithodi-n and T. R. Ilendereon, doingbnatnws KNK1IIT.
I partnenl. ,
'Nit, balance Sept. 30. 1921 _n_______________________________________ 6.1118 B5 vice and blackboard boys, with the despite the fact that he had been I i! : under. the arm name, of Khoilvn.'. :: and. I Attorney 5. for Plaintiff la E.esnlloa.1.8.65I .
the costA lli'nilemon are complainant and <1. Grand.wine -
X. outntandinir. Sept 80, 1921 -------------------- =, gullible paying to Ho learned that
.Warrant -------- sworn secrecy and Julia GotHlwIne are dufendanta, the I _

j : fleytp,'rvar not presented Sept. SO, 1921 ________________________n____ 6848:86 4500: 5.601.05 favorite trick of the bogus stock foundrymen throughout the country I underalirned for cash to will the, hlarhcat offer for and sale brat and bidder.will aril In I MAflTER'S HALE
'I Depository balance Sept. 30, 1921 ---------------------------------- salesman is to secure from the tele- had been
using this formula for half a front of the coiirtltouae door In Htnrke Itrad. Notice la hereby given that under. and .tar
I.I FORFEITURE FUNDnpposit4ry phone list or directory the names of ford County Florida. on Mon..!... the ffth day i virtue of thai certain Anal decree of fore
FINE AND century and that the could j
product of March A. D. 1022 during the letral houra cloaura mars and entered on January I. 19x1.
J _______ physicians ministers and school be sold by them for 11 of sale, for the piirixiae of satisfying said fl> by the Judge of the Circuit
balance April 1. 1 '21 ________ ____________ 2,1789T cents a pound nal the Court In and far
decree following teal
April 1, 1921 u ___.._______________________ 219969 teachers. The salesman makes his aonal estate and perI I I I Bradford County. Fiorina. In that eirtala
presented 9 cents In Ilradford
t rip not ---- or cheaper than it cost the property County. Mttrlda, I rail.. wherein J. W. Townsend T. J. .ro....

botatanJinit warnnta April 1, 1921 _.______..______._______.____ 8850_ call and by his persuasive voice, Is company to manufacture it. The to-wit The I North Half of the R..uth<>ant Uuarterof send and J. I). Alderman aa Eieautora! of tha
least ten shares the Northrant (luarter of Hectlon I IHhlp estate of W. C. Townaend. .."" t. areeomplalnanta
April 11lIFTS ---------.---------------------- 211110 uaalcertninetocklfo cials of the stock company were om-I 6. S R. lij Eaet. eontalnlnir 20 ..ono and 1'. S. l> .. Emil. ,
at.
rlic of $1 a share. A Denmark. hla wife, and Bank of
FOR BIX MONTHS I rested, but, it is said I, they hail or Iraa. lluu
l.l 8.86 Alao Kleven 1111) head of stock ler. a corporation are defendanta ...
taxes --" -- cattle anil
From t.x collector -------------- -- later another agent caUsand
few
From Comptroller redcmptlona 1I.89 days in more than $57510)0' ) through the their InerMwe alnce the 2Ard day of July AD drtgned will offer' for aala and will\ ....11 for
From Comptroller railroad -------------------------------0.. ------------------- I offers $2 a share for the stock, scheme. 191 T, marked alope In one ear, upper .1..". e..h.0 the hlgheet and beat blddor, In front
j 11 From aheriff. flnca ............____.________.___________ -. 1,032.01 I and un Dltor .* lIt the. eourthouac door in Starke. HMdfordCooney )
resellingbut monil P. Florida. on Monday the 81h day of

: Making.; balance ________n__.______________ ............ II.H3.23 > stock from the second sale A. 3!. ADKINS. February, 1UHU. during the "legal' houra nt
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS I I Special l Mater In Chancery. .. on said day., for the purpose of aatlafyIna
Criminal Pnneeutlonat man. The slick salesmen then disappear A. 8 TREWS.SolUltor: said Anal decree th. following real, ee

!JCeeef, Sheriff and deputies cost bllla In criminal caaea ________ 1.686.011 and the buyer realizes that wall Optimistic Thought. I for Complalnanla. t.1gt.8NoriCB .> tale lying and being In Bradford County., Flor.
Conntablea' coat bill In criminal c..am ..______________ 17484 It costs more to rcvpngo injuries or RTOCKIIOIDIRH MKCTINd I Ida, to-.. &IR..ulh..t
Clerk of the circuit court cost bill. In criminal caw _._ 11.18 p aper is much cheaper than the paper Notice: la I Quarter of Southeaal Quratey e<
County judge. cwt bill In criminal mar ____.____.____._ 192.03Joetice Jinn I It does to br 'I' iluiorentorea nu herche given that the regular aa-. Section 15, Iraa 0 acrea dtvded otft aluo North
h has Rasl
of the Peace, coat bill In criminal caaeaWltneaa .________ 2834 le purchased. ) p east Quarter of Nnrtheaat Quarter of _tlo.
foe _________.__________. _____________.________ 281.70 Phi1Aa- 1 ton moms State In Hampton Hank will Florida be hold, In Turailae It.. banking, Jan >< all said landa being In 'lownahlp Six.
Court atenonrapber In Innolvency care _____.-..-._.___- 8.60Aherlf'a th'wvve .tStenr': et1tXE6.aa: I ual"l111., 1821. at 7:80 ,on to vlcet. boardof South, Range HO E....
IV wonderful p. m. a
eommlmilona on flnee, ....., eolhcted-------------. 141.80 delphia a year ago played a I ,
-X!I!: q' Feeding. priaonera ____________________ -_- ___.__._____.- 781.70 ,game: while it lasted. Out of the telephone "ItaHty mac ucnty by iiurirylD aiuiltrhlntttlm s such oIl..ora other business for the aa enan may na eome year and hfnre transact them I flpvclal Maater A. fl. CREWS In Chancery..
:, Pay of Juror In criminal care, county and justice of blood. 'i >HI tin awn feel. ANtcvaul.DnLad I A. A. FUTCI1. D. B: KNIGHT'
\j:Tdit' peace courta, __...____-.___._______.__....?-_______ 9700 I directory the operators took l vlituractni Cf .1... tilt J- -lt Caahler. rlollcltur. fur Complalnanta. l-D-5t-2-l
Continicenciea. .... 1D900 8,217.72
------------------ ------------- names, and to these addresses
'I 12000 ___ ___ __ ___ .
.." balance September 30 1021 ____________________________________ 8.62/1.111/ they sent trade letters. To 1,000 of'' n -- -- -- -- -- -

'Warrant"'M1, ouUtnndinK. September 80, 1921 ___.____________.________. 9810 +!I i the addresses these so-called brokers ,I

'Sorlp not presented September 80, 1921 __________.__________________ U.41 stated that a certain stock was duel
biilnnae September 30, lU.il ---. _._ 8.BHB.21ROAD 8.823.61 I
for a sudden raise. To the other 1,000 I II
i"itory -Fi D------------ I
persons went similar letters stating

Aenoeltory balance April 1. 1921 ____________________________________ 1'11.81 I that this selfsame stock was dw for ,
I(fterlp, not prvavnted April 1, 1021 ___________________________________ 7.75 183,06Osbtandlns a fall. In this manner, the buckctshop I
-.I --------- I
1 warranta April 1, 1921 _________________________________ 19.10 { keepers made 1,000 friends who
,:. j.. Commercial
\p\tfl4 balnnee Ajril I. 1921 -. ._..________________.____________.-. 163.911 lieved the brokers knew what be-I
{JUECEIPTS: FOR THE SIX MONTHS { were talking about when the stocks
From Comptroller. redvmptinsa 81.114
-------------------------
I From comptroller. railroad tax ______________________. 2.1:18.04: 2,16".34 did go up. This was followed by telephone
calls for orders and
Ins balnnce ________________u_________-.-__..____________ 2.381.0. many
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS shares were purchased. The 1,000

;:t Tranefer..d to Roadand Bridge Detrict. No. I __________ nO.01 who told the stock wouldgo fob Printing
were
Tranef.rrvd to Road and Bridge Dietrlet No. a _?______ 1.64003 2.810.04 persons
/ :Ii -_ down were not bothered again.

N b.l.ne. September 80. 1921 _.____________________-_-________ 21.110
'Warrants outstanding September 80. 1921 _______. 19.10 The following day out went 1,000
; ------------------
''ed ._ letters to the ones to whom the "guess/:
I IIcsHp! not presented September 80. 1921 ________.___________ ____ T.111 I ..
apository,. balance September 80. 1921 _________.______.____ 82.311 40.10WIDOW'S right" letters had been sent. In this

COO letters predicted advance
Instance an *
I PENSION FUND
in the stock and to the remainder .

.De eltory balance Apral I. 1921 _.___________________________-___ 128.63 went word of decline. This left
\\OIItetandinll warranta AprIl 1. 1921 _________._____________.__.______ a ,
!, I 500 customers who would by thin time ..
"
/ bal..ne. April I. 1921 _____________.__________________=___-_ 123.83 "
,!IIIcEIPTS FOR THB: SIX MONTHS I I swear by the "prophets. When the

i From Comptroller tac II.p: :;; tax.-----.. :::::::::::::::::::::-::::::::: 1,168.31 9.89: I I'' list was completed and the brokers '

t Ii" Comptroller. railroad tax -______________._____..----- 281.01 1.420.24 i il' had made a nice haul nwe names were CARDS

Making balance ----__________ _______-._____.________u 1116287 (i I taken from the telephone directory
i SBIJRSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS and the process repeated.A POSTERS

Payment et widow. __________ ____ _
j ? ? __ -______ ._____ 442.00l. I favorite trick of the stock swin-

Iaaving. balance -_-__.__.______________________ ________ 1.110.111 -I ENVELOPESBILL
1 i
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND LODGE DIRECTORY
i I HEADS

; IVpoeitory balance April 1. 1921 ......?__________.__________ 976.93 .
jOuUtandlnc i warranta April 1. 1921 __________._________________ 234:02: F.&A.M.
NOTE HEADS
*.t balance April 1, 1921 .-.________________________._____ 142.III Bradford Lodge No. 35, P A A. M..
", RECEIPTS FOR THB SIX MONTHS meets every 2nd and 4th Monday

,1'' -- -- -- -------------.--------.----_- .000.00 WINDOW CARDS
''f", nights at 8 o'clock. Visiting brother)

Mnktnir. balance .----.----------------- 14Ul welcome. Members expected to be
DISBURSEMENTS SIX
FOR THE MONTHS i SHIPPING TAGS
present.
-- -- ---------- 0.000.00

i{ let balance September 80 1921 ...____.._....___ --r--...- .._ 142.31 L G. POWELL, W M. LETTER HEADS

5 Varranta outstanding September 80, 1921 ......-?- ___ 284.02 E. W. HAYES Sec',..

IDepoaltory balance September 90. 1921 ..___-_________.____.____ 376.87;j

.. O. 0.-P.
DRAINAGE FUND
May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. V..
T1apMltory balance April I. 1921 __._______ ________._______ 120.90
Outtanding. warrante April I. 1921 _____.___.___.___.._.________ 8.00 meets every Tuesday night at 1:at.
Outstanding. bonds April 1. 1921 ____________._.__________________ 2.41S.14 .421.14 I All members should be present, Tevitlng -

Not deaelt April I, 1921 ... 1.800.2t brothers welcome.
------------------ ----
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS, E. W. N. G.
__ __ ___________-______ .000.00 HAYES .
t'+ W. L WALL, Sec'y.W. .
Making deaelt I .
2,800.24
-------------- ---------- ----------
DISBURSEMENTS YOU THB SIX MONTHS. -

__ __ _-.'-----'-'-- .__ ________ 0.000.00r. O. W.
BradfordCounty
.... n... d.lI.lt ___-__.____ -_________-_._______?_____ 2.800.U All Friends Camp No. 13". W. O. a
W.rren. outstanding September 80. loa.________-__--________ 800Donde W., meets Friday at S
+, out.tandln6 September 30. 1921 ___ __?.__________?___._____ 2.418.14 2.421.11 every night
o'clock at I. O. O. F. hall. Visit!**

, '. Dr""ltol' balance September 80. 1921 ___ ____-____?___________ 120.90 Sovereigns and members requested to

ASSETS AND LIABILITIES be present.D..

1} A.8SETIIRal.n. L. RIGBY, C. C.

each I" depository.. all tu..de 10.91111'46T .. W.
Unooll.eIed ta... torrent. year __MM..._-__---..--.---- MORGAN Clerk.
V

Total _____ ________ .. __ .____.______.___ 10.D65'S

. W..nte outstanding for .........., ......LIABILITIES.... ____._un___ _________ 11420
I Time warcenta __________ _______h_____________._____ J34.1 666Will 7
Drainage Warrants outataading .__________-_-______ 800 elegraph
Drainers bonds outstanding _.__________.____________ 1.4U.14

Total -_____ _____.__._.__________ 1.1122.88 break a Cold. Fever and
Grippe quicker than anythingwe
; VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY know preventing pneumoniaAdv.

Court Home _______................ .......--.._ 10. fl1U10 ;- STARKE FLORIDA
Jan __ __________________________-____ 16.00000
Farn'tnro and Oxtures ftO.OO
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Old jell ______ ____......... ...... ._ 1101>.00 : To Cure a Cold la One Day
f ._ Take LAXATIVE BROMO Tableta teu
OUTHINE )
Total -M u...___......-... 8',1111).00 >t*lh..Cough and Headacha sod wan off (!!
Cold C.W. CHOVC':" aUioanua '.a each: box. ....
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i / STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1522
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

FACE EIGIIT._. .. _ ________________________________________________________________________ _ _
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$ : 'ij ,, -- returned, to his home Saturday. business visitor here Monday,
Hardy Harris, of Elarbec, was in G. Moody Thursday. business visitor I I :
= town Monday.A. 1 Ida Merritt was visiting her parents I J. II. Parker was a Mozelle McGruder, who ill'IItt'I'Udui+

Ir : .,..r..s. ..w; D. Andrews was a business visi- here Saturday.J. i.o Campvillo Saturday. school in Starke, was a visitor hCJI,

tor to Jacksonville last week.J. Mr. Knott, of Valdosta, Gu., state I Saturday.
C. Cone, of Brooker, was in our
News Items 1 I). Stone and daughters, of Ba- :section Saturday. claim agent for the Georgia business Southern in I Miss Lucille Johns, of Starke, .),

County t ker county, were in town la'ltVl'ek.. j I Mack Johns, of New River, was in Railway, was transacting j the guest of her cousin, Miss Boa:

Miss Locu Cason. who bas just com- our section Sunday morning. town Monday. Johns, Saturday and Sunday.
W. E. Baker of Brooklyn, wa>J a
pleted a business in Jacksonville -
course ,
i John Hodges was in New River on ._ _.
I..t r..tlntf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our is at home with her parents, i -.

Regular Correspondent, Mr and Mrs. D. C. Canon, for a few i Sunday.R. i -
t f. J. Turner was in New River on
:mt
".. i.. -. J days.Mrs.. W. C. Whitten and children, business Monday. Inter tonTractor
t u II. T. Parnell, of New River, spent
Charlie and Warren, Jr., last
spent
lUtOOKEK hnppy returns.Little Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville.
\ the pick week visiting relatives!: in Valdosta. ,
Parrish is
! Romey on Gourney Crews and Jesse CnsonI

j i Brooker Feb. 10.-Chesley Fait! ,, I list this week. Ga.Mrs. :I were in New River Sunday morning.
I ': of Graham, was a business visitor to, Dr. J. M. Mann made a professionalvisit D. W. Ilandley, of Tyler, was i Tony Teston, of Pine Hill, was in
.' visiting relatives here last week. I
a 1 ,. town Thursday. here Thursday. i our burg Saturday.
?e ''J''' ,. "' L. Dyal and son, of Jacksonville, !Mrs D. I. Blume, Mrs. B. L. Duke Master last T. B. Handley spent several | Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns were in
days week in Tyler, visiting with
h were visitors hero Thursday. and Mrs. Lena Drawdy were guests of his New River Saturday evening.
j uncle Dr. D. W. Handley.
Mr. Kea, of Hawthorne, was a business I Mrs. P. P. Dekle Sunday. I
Julius Moore received slight injuries -
;" !: visitor to town Thursday afternoon Misses Josephine Blume and Mae FREE SEEDS
Saturday when he fell off a truck I
1. I Duke were guests of Misses. Norma

445 ;. E. J. Dowling/ of Hampton, was attending I Deklc and Ruby Proctor Sunday. driven home by Emery and doctor Cribbs.called He was taken I We have just received from Congressman -

to business here Thursday afJ Seeber Stokes and Denzil Thomas a as soon Frank Clark a mail sack
I as possible. It Is expected he will be ;
ternoon. were business visitors here Saturday. out again in a few days. I(full of needs to be given gratis to
Messrs. C. E. and P. A. Crosby, A. W. A. Dekle, of Lake Butler, and T. Horace Wilson those who desire them. The seeds are
of Gainesville
,
A. Hazen and H. P. Guiney spent I 1 JJ. Rimes, of Miller, were here Satur- visitor here Sunday. wasa I of many kinds of vegetables, some of I II II II II II II Ii
Monday transacting business. in the day. | kinds generally grown here, but the
i>r King: of Lake Butler
,
was a
Oren Dekle spent Monday and Tues-
neat
county most are not of the staple kinds. But
Fred and Eunice Hazen and Ine day with relatives in Lake Butler. professional visitor here last week. they deserve a trial and may prove to I I I 'INlEANDTIONAI'NIEANAAONAL '
'i i Mr. Nabb, of Sapp, vistor I I I I
was 18
;v Abernathy spent Friday afternoon in Math Dukes spent Saturday evening a be well suited for this section( and / p
,' with friends at Midway here recently.W. i 8.16 MEa05ENEMEROSENE
FIX } Gainesville.I producing desirable vegetables. It is jr=1= allo y,1_ TRaclo"rCACTDR
II. Andrews visitor to
was
t, D. V. Connerly and daughter/ Ovei- R. B. Page, L. G. Johnson, R. E. a for the sake of introducing new kinds I -
I Baker county Sunday morning.Bill .
'J du, of Cooter Pond, were visitors here i[land James Parrish were guests of P.. I.1 here that they are sent. I
Dowling, of Lake Butler, was in I ,
,d Saturday. ,' P. Dekle one day last week. town Friday afternoon. !. In order that the seed may soon be I I II I II

i j We are glad to report Mrs. J. 1.1 I,. G. Johnson and P. P. Dekle called ,, Several from here attended the pic- I distributed to planters who would give I }

s f Shaw Jr., who hu been very ill for on D. r. Gainey Sunday. ture show at the state farm Saturday I them a proper trial we gave the task ,
the! past twin weeks, much improvedat Marcus. Dekle and Math Dukes were night of doing it to the Bank of Starke--

: this writin business visitors to Lake Butler Fri Prof. Thornquest spent last weekend "the bank of helpful service"-as this ').
t B. V. P. U. elected new officers Sunday institution is in close touch with the II 1
in Starke with his family. I
j (i.... night its follows: I day.The recent rainy spell has enabledMr. Miss Bertha Mae Hobbs spent last I farmers and have their welfare at I

I .''I.' President, J. D. Baxter Dekle to operate his grist mill.L. week-end visiting, friends in Lakt: But heart. Those who wish to try the seed |I

;: Vice President, T. B. Pinholster. I G. Johnson shipped several crates ler. / can get a supply there. -_ ---- .
,I t,, Secretary, Edna Baxter. of fine cabbage last week. Eustis Crews was a visitor to Lake Among the seeds are also seeds of --:;: --:

;: Treasurer, Elma Shaw. I i Ezra Stewart, of Lake Butler was Butler recently. many kinds. of flowers, mostly new va-

./ ", Quiz Leader, Mrs. J. D. Baxter a visitor here Sunday. rieties, which will please the farmers' REAR VIEW. NOTE THE PLAT-

;I :'i-;:' Group Captain 1, Mrs. I. W. Pin-1/ Mr.. Mattie Drawdy, who has been LONG BRIDGE wives and daughters. .
F., holster. confined to her bed for several weeks,
j I FORM. Allows the Operator to
;1 Group Captain 2, Clara Cone. j is able to sit up and her many friends Long Bridge Feb. 10.-Alfred McKinney HAMPTON: ,
j '. Several of the young folks enjoyed trust she will soon be able to resume I ,
,. (II of Graham, was in our burg Feb. Stand and Rest.
and
Hampton, 10.-1\11' Mrs. '
I.
". a social at the home of Mr. and her place in the household Sunday morning .
., r! -I ::. Mrs.; G. B. Colson Saturday night !i Mrs. D. I. Blume was shopping in J. Moody spent Friday night nt I Lalhnm, of Idaho, are guests of Mr. 1
and Mrs. E. J. Dowling this week.
y ;. f 1'.1''!' Various games were played, music Dukes Thursday. Graham visiting friends and rela-
l' j' .1' : was furnished. by the Edison and all I'! T. A. Pinkston was the guest of D. Dr. and Mrs Middleton, of Starke,

4'-" ..& present' report a very nice time I Ir I. Blume Sunday, tives.Mr.. and Mrs. N. G. Moody are receiving were visitors to Hampton Sunday. I
:, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson spent Major Odom, of Jacksonville, is a
; i congratulations over the afrvial business visiotr here this .
:': 1 Sunday afternoon with relatives at I KAIFOUI of I week.E.
daughter.Mr.
I ii 1. .' II I a V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs/ ,
} Pine Hill. I and Mrs. Joe Britt, of Jack-
is business visitor here
,
t I
Mrs. Dukes and little daughter, [ Raiford Feb 10. Carl Ritch
1 d : was a sonville, are spending a while here
F :i, e Mrs. Dubose and son, of Dukes, have business visitor to Jacksonville one guests of relatives and friends. Dr. Parks attended the fair at, Tumpn -
I this week.
d 2 j been here for the past week visitinc: day last week. Mrs. B. J, Sapp entertained the Jun
E. J.
and Edgar Ping have been re .
-
:'pl : relatives | A. D. Andrews was a visitor to ior class of Long Bridge school Tues- cent visitors to Starke. '

s ,:' Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, Starke Friday. day night with a chicken pilau at the Rev Butler will
preach at the
j was a professional caller to our town Miss Adine Watson spent several home of Mr. and' Mrs. S. C. Crews. A Baptist -
several. times last week. last week her church: next Sunday, morning/ and I
l days in Starke visiting large crowd attended and reported a evening.J. (
Chester Andreu, of New River, mother. nice time.
SIDE VIEW. Note the Fenders Safety
.
\ 1 I' R. Beville, Graham, was a visItor
spent Saturday afternoon here. and W. I. ,
I. I Messrs. O. B. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Royal George and
'
here
this week.
s, ;; R. E. Relsman was a business visitor Roberts were transacting business in mother, of Starke, passed through our Misses Free and Mary Lee I' First Simple and Dependable. Price
. I Wynn,
;l, ., to Gainesville last Friday. Jacksonville several days last week. burg last Tuesday enroute to New of Starke ,
s We are glad' to report J. H. Bakernuuh Messrs. Banner Rosier and Warren I II River. were visitors here Satur- has just dropped about $400.00

;' improved at this writing ''Johns were business visitors over to Charlie McKinney, of New River, day.Mrs.. R. L. Dirt and
Pine Hill lodge No. 0, F & A. M., Starke Saturday. was in our section Sunday. daughter, Evelyn

1 ,' held its regular meeting, Saturday af Miss Jones who has been attending J. E. Adkins was a visitor to Graham and, Mrs.are guests Goolsty,of, of her Alachua parents. !Mr. One and Two Years to Pay For It

.1! ternoon. All members were present. little Billy Jones during his illness, Saturday. ty. coun- I

After bttslneas was over, supper was returned to Jacksonville last week.A. P. B. Crews was in New River Sun- I
''--t... enjoyed by the members at the hall T. Mizelle and son, Albert of day morning. Wilber Scott and sister. Miss Doris, DeWitt C. JonesAGENT
of Starke
were In town last I
4i : ', Herman Moody, cf LaCrosse, was Luke Butler, were visitors here Sun i Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroo, of New A. A. McDonald, who has Monday. |
been
1 r, a visitor here Sunday afternoon. I River, were visiting Mr. and attending -
Mrs N.
day.Miss to business in south Florida I. H. STARKE FLA
Virginia Weeks spent Thursday afternoon > Clarice Dowling, of Lake Butler C. LINE ,
I'.
in Starke. I was visiting friends> here Sunday.Dr. --

King, of Lake Butler, was a .L ._-- ... .... .... -. .- -- .._._-,-.----_ .. .. .. -
FIVE MILE professional visitor here several times m.r.: .,_:i.'", K.1-. .--":,... !.III, "_- '.._, ..", .-. foi/!/-\, ,_ .. _,'\r: .. '_ .I'l ."

last week. __
Five Mile, Feb. 10-Mrs. H. K. Roberts Messrs.. A, L. and J. E. Crews were! i:

Mrs. Jesse Dowling and Mrs In Starke attending to business Mon ;

p' ,.' Belle Dowling of Lake Butler,. spent day afternoon.A Stoves! Stoves! Stoves!

{ Tuesday here fishing.Mr. T. Mizelle and daughters, Violet

and Mrs. Willie Parrish Miss and Bernice of Lake Butler, were visiting ,
l t' :" Gertrude Parrish, Julius, Joel and in town Sunday

; Robbie Parrish, Ardell Drawdy and ll l LOOK AT THESE LOW PRICES ON HEATERS

Z'' Marcus Delete attended a pinder shell

: ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. lit-tle I
"' O. Greene Thursday evening.

I' Miss Ruby Green was the wpek-en.11 i John Dowling, W. I. Roberts, W. ]f. For 10 Days Only For Cash
.
f 1 ;'. guest of relatives here. I II' Andrews, O. B. Gordon spent several

Mrs D. J. O. Green visited her days in Jacksonville last week. .

daughter, Mrs. Willie Parrish unr j Miss Eva Jones and little brother,

day. }1 of Glen St. Marys, were visiting here

1}i R. E. Parrish celebrated his fifty-j I Sunday at the home of Mrs A. D. Andrews r ,

third birthday Friday by a family re-1: .

l ; union. Ills children, grandchildren A. L. Crews spent last week in No. 017 Nesco Heaters Reduced from $2.75
and numerous friends wish him nnny Jacksonville selling wood. to $2.00

.,, .. No. 021 Nesco Heaters Reduced from $4.00 to $3.25


;.;: !! :tlTO !:OVlES: : No. 18 Perfect Box Heaters, Reduced from $7.50 to $6.25


.. &'tit BY SMITH'S GARAGE No. 18 Dixie Box Heaters, Reduced from $9.00 to $7.25


No. 22 Dixie Box Heaters Reduced
". : [V/HATS THE USE OF from $12.50 to $10.50

;,. YOUR &ETTINQALONCzO N No. 19 Myrtle Heaters Reduced from $14 to
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CRUTCHES No.
110 Dixie
Ufe ffl SHOP CAN PUT YOU SACK> Oak, Reduced from $12.00 to $10.25

::: oNyouR No. 130 Dixie Oak Reduced from $16 to
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.. ""SP 1 AQAlH Stove Pipe 5 and 6 inch, 2tfc; a joint .


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The car that limps in here on crutches goes out stepping

high. Your car may have some trifling ailment that is .

"'\ hidden from your inexperience. We'll find it at once and SMOKELESS SHOTGUN SHELLS, ALL BRANDS $1.05

l, I"i.;' you can he sure that you'll find our fee quite reasonable. PER BOX.


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