Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02112
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Classy Home of A. S. Crews Nearing; Slayers of W. M. Howp in Jail at -
raiford Mint Not Fall Behind Other The building: committee of the CompletionThe Mrs: 0. Kirk Lewis whose Sanderson Tuesday afternoon Miry. J. W. White
fjj Counties Woman's Club have given the con- marriage took place on the 5th Inst., eiitcitnined the Woman's Christian

r tract for building the new club house new bungalow built by Col. A. Misses Audrey Johns and Madge Mid- In our issue of December 23rd lust Temperance Union at her attractive

j very county in Florida with a short to G. W. S. Bell of Jacksonville, and S. Crews corner Walnut and Jackson dleton entertained charmingly by giving we gave an account of the brutal I home on Sanderson street. The reception
school fund has raised money to pay the work is to begin immediately. Mr. streets, is receiving the finishing a kitchen shower at the home of treatment and attempted, murder In hull)) and parlor were docorated

J or the full tyrm. The legal course Bell has just finished the fine residence : touches from the painters. This is a Mr. und Mrs. S. R.Johns, on West Baker county of W. M. Howe, n man with vases of graceful yellow jcsaa-

fpt study for the grades requires eight of L. A. Davis, on West Madi- seven-room structure having the Madison street who claimed Starke as his home and mine and pots of pink geraniums.. The
d months to complete Can Bradford son street, and he is in, every ....ay' rooms conveniently arranged. The Mrs. Lewis was! formerly Miss Vlvi- his subsequent death at the home of hostess was assisted in looking after

f.afford to drop behind other counties? competent to handle this importantwork. rooms are high and well lighted; and rette Floyd, and is the charming his father-in-law. II. Norman of tho pleasure of her guests bfIn.! ,
The trustees of the Bradford High will be painted in white and pleasingtints. young granddaughter of N. T. Ritch. this city. From the Macclenny Standard George; C. White Misses Cussio White

[School and the principal, Prof. Benjamin The building committee ia composed An ample sleeping porch has Her many friends and high school I of February 10th we learn that fond i Amelia Ray.
15. Lime, have been devoting some of Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Mrs. J. been added to the west end of the classmates were the guests on thin four men arc now in jail without bail As this wits also/ the regular meeting -

(time recently towards raising money II. Ritch Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. E. building; ; there is a bath room and joyous occasion. I at Muoclenny, charged with )Howe's( u short business session was held. ,
! [for.the extra four months school fund E. Canova and Mrs. DcWitt C. Jones closets in abundance and all the conveniences Red and white were the colors usedin murder., We quote the following/ ,'- The union passed a resolution of sympathy -
;for which the committee of which D. I who have worked untiringly for the to be had here will be ap decorating and! the St. Valentino count from tho Standard, : for their president Mrs. I.'. A.

C. Jones is chairman made such an past year making arrangements for plied.! The front portico is of well idea! was carried out very attractively. Wednesday, Feb. Sth, tho preliminary Scott, and to her sister !Mrs J. T.
..active canvass last summer Mr. Lane this new club house. The ways and executed brick work and the stepsare The guest were culled on to write advice trial I 4f J. R. Harvey, Fred Harvey Quigley who are in such deep sorrow

+ jkhss Rent out a large:, number of letters means committee is composed of the of concrete. to the bride in a dainty hand Jesse bugger, Son Hugger and on account of the loss of their par
vn to subscribers to the fund and toIiatrons following gentlemen: L. A. Davis D. R. S. Powell the builder has introduced I painted bride's book, made by Miss George Carlisle' alleged, to have cuus-

,,: of the school asking them in C. Jones and A. Z. Adkins. some new fe.itures for the Olive Knv. A contest called "Kitchen ed thu death of W. M. Howe)( was heldin ents.Mrs.\ White reap a paper regarding
the, names of the trustees to pay in Last year the county school board ornamenting of the coilliiTf:: -Inch Hsnentials" afforded the happy party the (courtroom nt the courthouse at \Miss WUIurd's memorial; u sketch of
I their subscriptions as early as pos- gave to the Woman's Club the old are both unique and pleasing. While much amusement. Macelenny. Interest was sn strong (the life of this noted woman wits also
t fisible, at one of the banks and requesting school building on the corner of Wal- the interior of the building is well arranged 'fhe kitchen shower win very appropriately that even standing room in tho big rend lu.I.1& selection regarding the

,/ those who have not yet made nut and Jefferson streets. This wasdone and, tasteful. the exterior is ofa presented, to tho charming courtroom was ut a premium. Perhaps momorihl fund. A silver offering of
'i ,mibscriptioTis to make their pledges with the understanding that it classy appearance and the new young bride! by gold dust twins S. R. fifty )Indies were present. $1.10VMS given for this fund whichis
1 /early was to be a community house as wells bungalow, will be- an ornament to N. Johns Jr., and, Leila Hen Andrews, County Judge W. It. Rhodcn! presided used. to help carry on the temperance -
't : It is estimated that to run the !! a club house. The old lumber from Walnut street. Col.! Crews has not whose approach wns announced by n with state's attorney A. S. Crews, work.
(SChool the remaining four months this building will be used as far aspractl'able. hurried the builder; he let him take card bearing their names of Stiuke and court .stenographer H. "Off to the Front," a spirited march

Tone of which ends this week the to- and the new building will his time and Mr. Powell applied his The hostesses assisted by Mrs. \ C. bowling, of Jacksonville, present: .* 'Iky Franklin, was played by \Miss Caaaio -
ital pledges; should reach an amount have a stucco finish. The attractive long experience in erecting a house E. !Middleton Mrs S. R. Johns little Lo look after tho ahdo a interest Co!. White, piano and I Tire George C.

|of something like $&100, a great deal plans show a wide, entrance with the true to level and square and so strong !Misses Hazel Middleton and, Lucile Crows was assisted, by Col.! Walter A. White, violin. S'v'III. temperance
|more than has yet been subscribed library on the right and on the left a I that were there a giant who could Johns served u delicious salad course. Dopson, Col.\ W. ranch Cone and Col. songs were sung by the ':company( with
and the payment of the pledges' should rest room/etc. The auditorium is enterer pick it up and throw it a mile it Cupids and dainty valentines were Max :M. Brown! M.ieclenny.\ : The ;Mrs O. n.! Cooper us accompanist.

|pick up rapidly. Only $807.50 has from the? rear of the hallway undistorted.While used us favors on each plate defendants were represented' by Cu!. The hostess served ice cream and

[been paid up to this time. and is. a spacious room that will seat Fred P. Cone and Col.! Roy Chat man, (cake and, on each pinto wee a heart
The money is needed to pay the between three and four hundred peo- the painters are finishing the MECHANICS: AND\ ARTIFICERS: !Luke City. shaped Valentino as favors.

[salaries of teachers below the high ple. The sun parlor and kitchenette interior a garage is being built and LAID OFF IN NAVY YARDS History of t the Crime

I school. The tumors that the grades are on the right;: side of the auditoriumand the fences made to match the handsome On the evening of December 8, 11)21'): THE Illfill; SCHOOL MINSTRELS r

below high school will not continue will be built with every convenience residence. W'ashilll'tl'lI.o'l.h.. .-The first effects a \\fr.V.. M. Howe, of Staike' who
{until the llth of May when the eight possible.The i if the armament conference on was traveling through the country on \\ednrsduy Night I'Yb. 22nd at High
will toe contract for the club houseis USEFUL INVENTIONS the situation St'hoolII.litorlum
[months term will end prove price employment were felt horseback taking orders for eye glasses 'iI
groundless if the people of Starke $8,500/ ; of thin amount the building today when several thousand mechanics stopped tit the home of one of the
[recognizing that the continuance of committee now has on hand almost ])1'. J. J. Sullen, while an excellent and nttiftcors in navy yards, were I defendants stating that ho had the I Following is the program of the
all grades this year especially is of $3,000 and will borrow $5,000 on long preacher is also of a mechanical turn temporarily laid! off after Seererm.v to for board, if they would! minstrel to bo given' at the high school
time of mind. HP has Invented and patented Denby had ordered pay auditorium next Wednesday under direction -
[greatest importance will get together payments.The suspended all ordnance : let him stay overnight. lie WI.B told
with old time Starke spirit. Bra'l- finance committee will call on a coil spring combined with a 'I work designed for the naval it was alright and after putting of Messrs.! Nut Stcrnberg arid
ford county's bonds have not yet been the business men and others who have clip intended as a convenience in fruit 'vessel, slated for "scrapping": under I i horse and. eating supper ho retir uphis Doc Harvey( the proceeds to go to the

.sold and no patriotic citizen wants not yet contributed to the club house preserving. The clip is slipped, over the naval limitation treaty. ed. Not long after going to bed. four school fund)
made lower fund. the edge of the preserving; kettle and I First Part
jfthe price they will bring Secretary Donby's suspension order )I men entered his room telling him to
,, by the failure of the county seat to the stirring spoon when not in use | was made public today after .riOtl! () of get up and dress and be quick about HAWAIIAN HOSPITALITY
i maintain an eight months- school, the ST. MARK'S CHURCH is stuck between the coils, out of the the 7,000( employes.at Washington it. lie wus roughly handled after he Undo Sum's black doughboys from
seat high way, handy to pick up again; and the tho good ship Black Bird being entertained -
standard for all the county navy >yard upon reporting for work was tlrt's.lltncl, ordered, to saddle hit
drip from it back to tho kettle. A I by the dusky belles of Honolulu
schools In Florida. Sexagesima. Services at 11 a. m. goes were given "temporary furloughs"without horse anti leave but before he could '
manufacturer of novelties consideredthe Interlocutor\ !. Doc Harvey[ ;
and 7:30 Most of them
: p. m. pay. were machinists comply he was abused In a most Inhumanly -
BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES You can worship God in your homo invention so useful that he offered Captain A. L. Willurd' director (I manner being stabbed and I':II.I Men Doc Harvey and Nat
But don't. the inventor $5,000 for it. of the Sternborg.
Sundays- you navy yards estimated
cut with knife In
The regular services of the church You can worship God in the woods Another patented invention of Dr. that nearly 4,000 civilian mechanic ( the wounds a being many particularly places Kllmoof ugly. !Pianist Roan Leviton. .

will be held on Sunday. Both morn- and in the fields-But you don't. Bullen's is a bracket, for holding n and artificers in navy yards would bo Program
All the time he was being accused ofbeing
ing and evening, begnlning with the You can worship God on the lakes tube of tooth paste and on its edge is affected at the New York Philadelphia Opening chorus-Entire company
a spotter.
Bible school at 0:45, the tevival at- and on the rivers-But you don't. a coil spring that holds the toothbrushes Norfolk and Mare Island yards, Rent almost to u pulp presumably Ma-Jossia Mae Bnlsden.
mosphere will prevail We are to begin You can worship God on tho roadin stuck between the coils. The In addition it is expected that the order In the Sweet Long Ago-Louise
with club blunt
:' a series of meetings for ten days the auto or In the buggy; -But you members of the family can all make will affect men employer! on construction ,und a! or Homo weapon Fernandez.
from knife andother
or two weeks and already tHere! is don't. use of this contrivance by placing work on the battleships and : many Yoo Hoo--Joe Walnwright.
wounds Mr. Howe finally made
indication of an ingathering of men You can worship God in a different the brushes in order agreed upon. I battle' cruisers in private yards.PKIWIVrEKI his and reached another farmhouse My Sweet Mummy-John Powell. '
and women to the church.At church each Sunday; mornlnlfButyou Wo have seen these little "tricks," i I escape )llumpty( Dumpty--Hulda" Brinson.
time during thu ni ht.whl.ro
the morning service, beginning don't. and believe them to be useful in many \N NOIT.S: Wyoming Lullaby-Leo Canova.
I medical assistance given.
( was
at 11 o'clock the pastor will\ have for You can worship God in your lodge other ways besides those intended.! Strut Miss Llzilu--Nut Sternbrrir.
The next morning ho taken to
f, his theme the words of Christ con- and neglect the church-But you They were made by Dr. Sullen him- Our church Bible school meets at 10 was Caroline-Nellie Stearns.
Sanderson where ho taken to his
cerning the act of Mary at the' supperin don't. self of nickeled metal, tasteful in appearance o'clock Sunday morning Topic for was Dapper Dan-Roscoo McLane.
homo in Starke Seaboard train.Reaching .
Simon's house "She Hath Done You can worship God by sendingthe and no larger than neces- Feb. 10th, Klmhu and Naumiin tho I on a I Aln't Got No Time to Have the
What She Could." This will be a kids to Sunday schooj and stay at sary. We hope his inventions will Syrian. Both were great men in their there two physicians attended Blues-Ethel Griffin.
him and all that medical
4 continuation of the story of last Sun- home-But you don't. bring him rich rewards. day. Both had qualities that make I'm Going Crazy-Doc Harvey.
experience could do was administeredto
day morning. You can worship God by going to men and women great today. A careful Tucky Home (closing chorus)-En-: r
; tho old who about GO
man was
In the evening at 7:30: Dr. Bullen church and taking the kids with you DEATH( Of' MR. AND MRS. WYNN study of their characters as revealed tire company
of December ID 1021.!
i will give an illustrated sermon on the -But do you? In the words and deeds will years ag, on Choristers, Will Agin, Frank Carpenter
death relieved his sufferings whichare
Parable of the Sower. Dr. Bullen has Mrs. R. R. Wynn died suddenly last help us of today to build great char- Morris Edwards Tom Ltm-
said to have been terrific. It !It
a ., w. a splendid dissolving lantern which IN HONOR OF MR. AND MRS. Friday evening from heart'failure, at acters. Do you know these two men? bough Telfair Long Charles Johns,
said mayhem was practiced on Mr.
he has used with great effect in his LEWISMr. her home on the corner of Cherry and If you don't, come and let us introduce Clyde; Mott, Rod! Crosby Bob Dem-
Howe however this Is only surmise
work in the city and possesses some South streets, and her husband, R, II. you to them. If you do, you will en- ort'st, Fannie Darby Evelyn Demaree,
c v I'F: very beautiful slides. There are good and Mrs. J. C. Robinson enter Wynn died Thursday morning at 8:30.: joy discussing them with us next Sun- and was not brought out at the preliminary -: Audrey Brinson/ Rant Brinson Earl

I folks in the community who are unable tained Wednesday evening, at their Mr. Wynn had been in a dying condition day.At hearing. i Roberts, Tom Morris Julian Canova

t ,_, to hear a sermon but who can attractive new home on West Madison for the past two weeks but Mrs. eleven o'clock next Sunday wo Otllcers Investigate Clara Shepard Margaret\ (Godwin Eunice -
K see the truth Illustrated upon the street in honor of Mrs. Robinson's Wynn's death came as a great shockto consider The Great Emancipator.Who After hearing of the old man'sdeath Perkins Mildred Gill, Margaret;
,' screen. We learn at least twelve brother and his bride, Mr. and Mrs. her children and friends. is he? We all need to know Him I Deputy Sheriff Jesse Williams Lang

times more through the eye than weB G. Kirk Lewis. They leave to mourn their loss four hl'tter-tho greatest Liberator of all began weaving together evidence resulting (Second Part (Olio)
s lo with the ear. .The stereopticon enables At seven o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Rob- children namely Mrs F. A, Scott time. in thus arrest of tho men, J. R. Doc Harvey and Nat Sternberg U

: jS one to visualize truth. Tourists inson Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirk Lewis Mrs. J. T. Quigley L. A. and Lucy If you want to be happy-and wn i Harvey Fred Harvey[ Son bugger/ "The Prize Fighter."

,!. yLare welcome to share in the worship and Mr. and Mrs. George C. White sat Wynn. Also a number of /grandchildren all do whether we are frank enough' Jesse Duggur and George Carlisle tho Ballads. -Leo Cunova.
$f.. of God with us. down to a beautifully appointed dinner and other relatives.The to admit it or not-come to our church : latter part of January by Sheriff J. Intermission. Five minutes.
the table being decorated with double funeral will be held this next Sunday at 7:30: p. m. We shall A. Rove, Deputies Jesse Williams, T). The Old< Plantation (A laughable
r \ DINNER PARTY FOR COL. WEEKSMr. Parma violets and snowdrops morning (Friday) at 10:30 at the think on our Lord's own recipe for T. Rhoden and Doc Norman. Immediately Fnrce)-Arranged and staged\ by Nat

At nine o'clock other guests arrived family residence. Rev L. W. Kickli- happiness' -His unfailing prescriptionfor after they were locked up tho Sternherg and Doc Harvey.
and Mrs. J. M., Brownlee gave to play progressive rook and make ter and Dr. Bullen will conduct the unhappiness, a subject worth your preliminary hearing was set for February Doors open at 7:30: ; curtain risen,
t'n. dinner party Wednesday In honorof merry with thU popular young couple funeral service, and the interment will considering. 8th, the result being that J. R. 8:15.: Admission, 2!>c and I'lJc.IIENNR'IT .
S her father, Col. W. T. Weeks, who who were married on the Sth Inst. Ata be in Santa Fe cemetery. Wednesday evening at 7:30: we denl Harvey Fred Harvey, George Car-
Jihad reached the 84th milestone on late hour 'the hostess, assisted by with the life of one of the greatestand lisle and Jesse Dugger were ordered PRAISED FOR CONDITION -

Klife's\ journey. A sumptuous dinner Miss Jeannette Matthews, served FOOD SALE SATURDAY AFTERNOON best of the Old Testament char held in the Baker county jail without OF' COCA COLA PLANT
was served, including all the delica- olives bond to await the action of the grand
chicken !!salad saltines pickles acters, Joseph the great Bon of a
; des of the season with strawberry Jury at the next term of circuit court
and hot chocolate. great father. Come and study him A short time ago an inspector for
,t. 'ii shortcake and whipped cream as des- Besides the guests of honor, Mr. Tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock a with us. which convenes next April. The evidence the Coca Cola company was in Stiirka

;I Ii: : guests included Col. Weeks. and Mrs. George C. White, Misses Club wiil selt cakes pies, doughnuts DR. AND MRS. IIULLEN ENTERTAIN against Son Dugger and ho was Coca Cola Bottling Works. After'
..' I t'er near relatives, namely: Mr. and gationsr: Madge Middleton Clara site to J. M. Alvarez's store. This Other Charges Against Harvey and and syrups used. ,-. faultless .
11 (Mrs. W. L. Wall and son, Harold A. K. hepnrd, Elma Robinette, Jeannette sale Is in charge of Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Tuesday evening Dr. and Mrs. Bul CarlisleIt nil container clean irocess of s
*E. Wall Jr., Mr. and Mrs.' S. T. Dell Matthews Iris Epperson; Messrs. kins one of the chairmen of the finance len entertained the ministers of the Is alleged/ that when Deputy Jesse : bottling right and the ruses in a

: and children of Gainesville; Mr. and Carl Johns Joe Wainwright, John committee of the club. Come town with their families. The evening Williams began his investigationsa / sanitary condition he told :Manager>

'I..,: Mrs. W. G. Strtngfellow R. A. Weeks Powell, Charlie Johns, Powell Carpenter out and patronize the sale and enjoy. was passed with delightful conversation threat was made against the lives \ (>. II. Bennett that he was glad tin
: I _,and children of Brooker; Mr. and Mrs Harold Wall Levy Canova and the home-mado eats. and tempting refreshment and property of Mr. Williams and 1 Mr. could send In an excellent report A

f J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville. Herbert Ritch. The hostess assisted by her daughter A. J. Dorman both residing in the : few days later Mr." Bennett received

f EVENING Sunday's Times-Union stated that Miss Isabel Bullen, served salad saltines vicinity of Sanderson, and lll8 a result the following letter' from T. C. Parker -
: OYSTER SUPPER THIS Mrs. J. 11. Fields. and little son, the teachers for the summer schoolsof jello cakes and hot chocolate. on the night of January 21st tho barn, 1 president of the Jacksonville!

I'f\ There will be an oyster supper this Charles, who have been visiting at the the University1 of Florida at Those enjoying the evening were of Mr. Dorman was burned and Jack : branch of the Coca Cola company,

:P evening .(Friday) at the armory, be- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville andhe Florida State Rev. and Mrs. M. L. Smith, Rev. and Harvey and Ceo. Carlisle were arrested I which is very flattering:
ginning at six o'clock. Oysters, cooked Robert S. Powell, returned to their. College at Tallahassee had been se- Mrs. L. W Klckliter, Rev. A. B. Post charged with having set fire to the i "Dear Mr. Bennett--I have just received -
as you order, will be served with home. in Wildwood last week. lected. There are forty-one membersof and Rev. A. E. Dunham.a barn I a copy of a letter from Mr. A.

picklee, salad, bread and coffee. A this summer school faculty, and all I C. Johnson service! manager, to you,
R large amount of oysters bas been or- Mrs. Mollie Pinholster, of Jacksonville except eleven at both Institutions are member of this faculty, was ap- Judge and! Mrs. A. V. Long and lit- !' and I am writing this to congratulate.

dered for the occasion. Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. college professors. Those eleven are pointed teacher of English In the University. tle daughter, Annie, of Palatkn, mo- i you on the splendid showing your
1 The supper Is for the benefit of the ,L. A. Wynn. Miss Masie Pinholster Florida high school principals and Starke Is to be congratulated tored here Sunday and spent the day I plant making; really it U one of

ai'' '. new club house fund and is In chargeof is also a guest at the home of Mr. and teachers. Prof. Benjamin B. Lane, on having such an able high school with Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. S. E. the best reports that has come in, and

': Mrs. D. C. Jones and committee.' Mrs. L. A, Wynn. who for the past. five years has been principal. Brownlee. 1 I am very happy over it."
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caller here Saturday.
I COMMISSION WON the establishment of carload rating s,,, exercises control of household affairs is allowed the $2,500( individual exemption O. W. Dyal. of Long Bridge,1 Mrs. C. M. Lewis was a guest other
Rev. Dock Crews,
', 10 PER CENT REDUCTION and the increase of the carload mini A married person living with husband granted the head of a fam- will preach at the Christian church.I son, E. J. Lewis, Sunday.
mum weights under the guiuu <>i or wife, in addition to the exemptions ily whose net income was less than Mr. and Mrs. M. Stokes and chil-
Tallahassee, Feb. 8.-The generalpublic bringing about a reduction that was allowed such persons, cannot claim an $5,000, plus $100 ror each dependent.It Sunday. I I dren, Mr. and Mrs. G. Stokes and
has been well informed of the largely on paper. exemption as the head of a family, Irrespective ( should be noted that the $100 additional Group two will lead Christ M Endeavor children spent Sunday\ visiting Mrs.
t I voluntary reduction by the carriers of I After considerable correspondence, ,,, of the support of others in exemption for dependentsdoes Sunday night. Subject, "Tho I Parker.
10 per cent on agricultural products,, the carriers put into effect the 10 par' the household not apply to husband, or wife, Sources of Happiness" John 4:9-14: M.
i I principally In curloiulw, which was put cent reduction on all 'of the commodities Exemptions; Not For All though: either one has become a total 13:12-17,1,5:11. Jessie Ogden leader. :
into effect on January 1st on Interstate I involved except grain and grain Whether u. person who docs not continuously burden upon the other). They say the cost of living is coming -
I traffic, and in many of the states I products, such reductions becoming live in the same house\ with A single man lives with and sup- W A TEl .\1 I I.L down, and if it keeps on descending -
$ on state traffic. The reduction was I effective on February' 1st, by special! dependent relatives i is entitled to the ports a mother GO years old and two II some day we may be able to see

s not mado effective on Florida state supplement. exemptions depends upon the character sisters 19 and 21 years old. He is allowed Watermill, Feb. 17.-Mrs. Rachel it with the aid of a telescope.
traffic on January 1, 1922, and the Th commissioners still insisted upon of the separation. If a parent is an exemption as head of a family Willie of Graham,
statement was made by representatives the reduction on grain and grain away on business part of the year or ($2,500:; ) or $2,000, depending upon Prevatt and son, Davis, of Buying expensive clothing does not
I of Borne carriers that they hud products, carload and less carload, a child or other dependent is away on ( whether his net income was $5,000 or and grandson, Calvin of last week always constitute being well dressed.
applied to the Florida Railroad Com- and on Feb. 3rd they were informedby a visit, the common home being maintained less or in excess of $5,000)) but not Gainesville, spent part : Neatness, tastiness and harmony in
mission for permission to make the Mr. Chas R. Capps of the Seaboard I the exemption may be claimed.. the $100 exemption for dependents, here visiting }Irs. Viola Thomas.W. I blend are more essential than price.
and Evan, were
R. Hodges son,
" reduction, and that the commission Air Line that such reductions\ wouldbe If a parent Is compelled to maintainhis since his mother and sisters are neither i
to Lake Butler Sat- I
refused to allow them to make it. This made, effective February 8th. dependent children with relatives, under' 18 yean of age, nor mentally business visitors
statement was evidently made for the While these reductions were not or in a boarding house, the exemptionmay nor physically! incapacitated. urday. the i
]purpose of misleading the shippers, made effective at the same time as still apply. If, however, the dependent -' Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, was after- I
and to throw upon the commission the they were on interstate traffic and in continuously and without necessity KRAI!AM guest of friends here Friday
llama for failure to make the reduction some other states, the commissionersfeel makes his home eNvwhore than noon.
on Florida state traffic. The facts that the delay has been amply with his benefactor, the latter is not I G. Stokes, J. Goodge and O. W.
I. Graham, Feb. 170. W. Dyul; wasa in New River Saturday
of the fact that the Thomas were
are as follows: ,justified by reason the head ofa family, irrespective of: Brooker Tues- union
business visitor to the farmers
On December 8, 1021, E. T. Willcox, .' reductions now made will amount to the question of support.A I afternoon attending
assistant freight traffic manager of something to the man who actually taxpayer who is not the head ofa day. meeting.
the Seaboard Air Line Railway, made pays the freight. family may still be allowed the exemption I Mr. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas spent Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Warren, of
Thursday it Hampton on business. Raiford, were week-end guests of the
application on behalf of all Florida of $100 for each person dependent -
carriers for authority to make a 10 FORMS! FOR MAKING: RETURNS upon him for chief support! I Alfred McKinney and granddaughter latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs O. ,V. 1 / ''I
; per cent reduction\ on certain agricultural OF. INCOME: NOW SIMPLIFIED: if such person is under 18 years of I ', Miss Lois Moody, returned from Thomas. I : 1111/1'1/1/ II
products, coupled with a provision age or incapable of self support because Lake Butler and New River Friday, O. W. Thomas was a business visitor iijjiij \/
where they have been visiting relatives to the county seat Tuesday.
1P that they be allowed to establish Forms for making returns of Income mentally or physically defective I '1
7 $ carload ratings on grain and grainy for the year 1921 have been revised and friends for a few days. A crowd of young folios enjoyed a Rub It In for
y products, making the carload rates on and simplified, and, contain instructions I Tax Examples Miss Nona Brown and brother, Fate sing given at the home of Mr. and Colds in the Chest,
bails of 90 per cent of the pr-v.cn any which if carefully followed I Following are concrete examples of I of Sampson, spent the week-end with Mrs. D. J. O. Green Thursday night. Sere Throat, Grippe sad
quantity rates, with a material increase will be of material aid ot taxpayers in I taxes; due under the revenue act of relatives and friends. Dave Green and Evan Hodges were 10fiallUllalio. of Any Kind
Prof. Alvin Wasilin, of Macclenny, in Brooker Saturday on business.E. .
In the minimum carload weight the avoidance of errors. : 1921 and circumstances governing exemptions The oils In Mexican Mustang Liniment
This would have amounted to a paper Many of these errors are due to : allowed a head .of.. a family spent the week-end with his parents, Brown and Lonzo Goodge, 'of pure soothe mutually penetrate Quicldy-
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wasdin. Pine Hill, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and reduce ftwellinx of alanda. Muatanirin .
the movement the and for dependents.
reduction only, for great misunderstandings of exemption i particularly effective in treating Croup.
of grain and grain products in allowed a head of a family, defined by i A married couple living together Mrs. Sparks and Gracie, of Moun- J. Goodge Saturday.W. Diphtheria bites Cut..,Huron Kheumiitism., Piles-all Lumba ailments o.Front-that
1 Florida Is largely in less than carload treasury regulations as a "person who with two children, 10 and 12 years old, teocha, attended church here Satur- W. Baisden and Mr. Thomas, can possibly. Contains be reached by an external f
remedy no alcoholDOESNOT
I'1 lots, which would have received no redaction actually supports and maintains in had a net income for 1921 of $1,500. of Starke, were here Tuesday on bus\ SMART OR STING. 73 years' sure J'
\ under the proposal as submitted one household one or more Individualswho Their tax is $48, which is 4 per centon day.Mrs.. Eva Strickland and children,I iness. teas. No home should be without it. t
by Mr. Willcox. are closely connected with him $1,200, the amount of their net in. of Mulberry, are visiting her mother, Allen Thomas spent Thursday and Doctor Prescribe It-RtaJ This I
In reply to this proposal the commissioners by blood relationship, relationship by come less the exemption of $2,500 for Mrs. Ward. I' Friday at Raiford visiting his sister, "Dr. J. C. Compton yourMexcanMustang Eatliff. Mini. writes: 1
have prescribed r
: replied in part as follows: marriage or by adoption, or whose married persons whose net incomewas Mrs. B. Parker and Miss Lubedia Gertrude Warren. Liniment for Sore Throat,Chilblains, etc.,
"To be able to say that this commission right to exercise family control and less than $5,000, plus $.100 for Pinholster, of Brooker, spent Fridayat Purvis Lewis, of Graham, was at- 1 and think the very results highly' were of entirely it." a.'act. had authorized you to makea provide for these dependents is based each dependent. 'The tax on the same the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. tending to business here last week I
reduction in the rates on grain and upon some moral or legal obligation" income for the year 1020 was $84. Mrs. B. Thomas and son spent Sun- .. FREE'H .roe! WITH..,,'.2c..' Put TRIAL.nil Tan. BOTTLE a'TODULS...
Dyal.Miss the week at day night at Raiford. ..as,.,1:;'tn.l: ,aufu'::: :xtwmd.._ ..., ..,:.;.",::,..n' ;,yes!I"m.
grain products on the basis outlined The exemptions allowed, a head ofa A married couple living together Ruby Dyal spent Thomasof .."'0'" .Jr"",....'--........,'1...N..'Y-. ....... .". :;
would be a great thing on paper, but family under the revenue act of 1021 with two children, 10 and 12 years Ziff visiting her brother. Eugene Crosby and Ellery
+ the result would be on paper only, for are the same ai granted a married old, had a net income for 1921 of $C- Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Roy Brooker, were guests of friends : 25c50cl.OOSold
I the small shipper would have to pay person-$2,500 where the net incomefor 000. Their normal tax is $128, which Roberts spent Sunday afternoon at here Sunday. by Drug and General Stars
the same rates.he is now paying, and 1921, was $5,000 or less and $2,000 III 4 per cent on $3,200, the amount of the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowl- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown and I "Tk Good Old Standby Si..1848"MEXICAN
I the reduction in the carload rates where the net income exceeded $5,000. I their net income less the exemption ing. daughter: Willie Mae, spent Saturday I
+' would be so small that it would never Circumstances surrounding each individual of $2,000 allowed married persons Dewey Strickland, of Mounteocha, night visiting the latter's parents, '
'3 be reflected in prices to the ultimate case determine largely as towhether whose net income was in excess of and Misses Avy Starling and Alvah :Mr. and Mra. A. A. Riley, of New MUSTANGLINIMENT
; consumer, the man who actually pays a person is entitled to such $5,000: plus $400 for each dependent.On Thomas, of X.IfT" ; were visitors here River. !
the freight." exemption. the same income for 1920 the nor- Sunday. W. R. Hodges. attended Sunday
The commissioners advised the car- A single person-the term including mal tax was $144.Head Mrs. Equilla Dixon and Will Jones school at Dedan Sunday.Mr. '
riers that they would insist upon they widowers, widows and persons not of a Family were visitors to Hampton Sunday af and Mrs. J. Goodge and son, ,
reduction! being made upon less than living with wife or husband-Is the A single person living at home and ternoon. Eugene, were visitors to the home of I Wilds Cause strip ana Influenza
h carload shipments of grain and grain lead of a family if he is the sole support I supporting an invalid mother and sister Mr. and Mrs. Berryan Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Brown, of Starke LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove tits
products, the same as had been madein of one or more relatives living I 17 years old had a net income of I daughter, Mrs. Mary Watkins, spent Sunday. cans There Is only one ":!->.".* Quiulra."
Ii I other states, and would not allow In the same house with him, and if he (3,500( for 1921. His! tax is $8. He Sunday at the home of :Mr.' and Mrs. I Wiley Edmonds of.Sampson, was a E. W. G OVE'S elenm on bo*. !1Jc..

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ttmm 3 DtTjltJt101SQtQ@Oi: << }! wjM uTOonuraffla? araaiaffljasGHBaKBiaaftii.i'i rt 1 I men who; curried him into the woods(11 I being Don't follow! Us, and they did!i,! I J' 1\II's"rs. Dowry and Dalnthinn Starling I InHt week, guests of her sister:Mrs. tf

.' News of Florida in Short ;I and logged( him. Officials! feared not and Dill Mines wore visitor'. t,. ; S. I.. Prt'Hcolt. '
ParagraphsLi :
tempts would be made! at violence lit-I Hampton Sunday. Mr Nita Dyal spent Friday nightit ,

'! IiS .mLr4. Lakeland nail rl'mohUll! to 'rllm.'". I MILLER I ;5Irn. t'lvaty Puns and children, of : Ilumpton with her brother, Earney '

( ; State 'N Gainesville, spent, a few days here I liowlinp; '
w.J W. V. Peacock, a farmer of Whitney Miller, Feb. 17. :Murray Thomas I .Y

---- ._ has a calf that is a curiosity. The matte a business trip to Gainesville t4 it,
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aniiiui 1 is: about one month old and Wednesday. /:.
Told by Our Exchanges.St. I I normal in every respect excepting: B. E.. Brown was transacting business 1- '

head., The skull is shaped more like in Luke Butler Friday.
mIDm9 'that of a human than of the bovine. ; Sheriff Brannen, of Lake Butler,
Lucie county has again won tho 1 I The farmers of the Milton sectionare ; I Ii Its eyes are placed in the head about 'was here on business last week. ''I

first prize for display of citrus fruits, j i marketing this week approximate. i half way between the ears and the I Mrs. Cody Burksdulu has returnedto
this time the award being made at I ly 100,000 pounds of wool I muzzle and the calf when i ..
at what is can only see her homo at Dunnellon, after a .,
Tampa and the previous records having considered a very good price and.are its head is near the ground-at other ; three week's visit with friends and

been made in Jacksonville. busy hauling it to tho railroad stn-:;|I times its eyes are rolled back in the relatives in this section. I !

tion. A concern at :Mobile purchasedthe : sockets until only the whites are vis- I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown visited 1 7THE

$10,479.91 paid to the farmers of greater part of the Santa Rosa ible. The coming of three horns are I relatives at Bland Sunday. \ .

the Welborn section of Suwannee county clip and it is understood paidan indicated by-soft spots on the fore- Denzil Thomas is visiting his sis-

county for eggs and chickens alone is average of 25 cents a pound for head of the baby cow.
ter, Mrs. W. M. Thomas of Long!:
reported by the Welborn correspondent it. Bridge.N. 1

to the Live Onll Democrat. A. T. Branch, of Tampa, recently; II. Stokes made It business tripto [

The Mallory steamship Altamaha, admitted to the practice of law, is Lake Butler Saturday I

Two of tho twelve alleged confidencemen sailing from Tampa Tuesday morning under bail on the charge of cattle I. M. Douglass, of tho U. S. N., has

held in Ft. Lauderdale as a resultof carried a shipment of about -109,- stealing and butchering. Branch watt returned to New York after a visit

Friday's raid on their establishment 000 pounds of rosin to New York. arrested last Thursday night when,I with relatives of this community WILLYS-KNIGHT

were identified by Mr. and Mrs. This was the second rosin cargo car- according Deputy Sheriff Stephens,I Seeber Stokes visited friends in the

M. 11. Blumenthal, of Cincinnati, 0., ried from Tampa in the last few he caught the lawyer in the act of Five Mile section Saturday after

as having fleeced them out of $19r>00 months. Almost no rosin has been butchering a cow which had Just been I Sleeve-Valve Motor Improves With Use

at St. Augustine early in January.The shipped from that port in several shot near the new city cemetery at a I I noon.Mr.. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes were

years, although Tampa formerly hada point ujt the Hillsborough river. The. ..shopping Worthington Monday. C

republicans of the state will thriving naval stores business. deputy secured the hide and cars of' Miss Alma Douglass has returnedto The 'Villys Knight owner a

soon begin the publication of a daily the animal and placed them in cold Js'ksonvillIInlll'ntert'd school. seldom dips into his pocketbook s'

paper. The convention of Republicans I Date for the hanging; of J. B. Boyer storage for future identification by II. G. Crawford made a business tripto
in St. Petersburg decided to take negro, convicted of the murder of any one who had lost cattle. Lake Butler recently. to pay repairs or

this step, and J. H. Wendler is ant I Deputy Sheriff Robert E. Arnow at Roland Thomas was a business vis- adjustments.So .

nounced as editor. The sheet will be I Micanopy several months ago, has Six men were arrested Saturday ina itor to Worthington' Saturday.

published in Orlando.Dr. been set for February 21, by Governor raid on the headquarters of a gang Tulmudge and! J. C. Blair spent tho dependable is the Sleeve-

Hardee. The warrant for the execution of alleged confidence men in Panama week-end with friends at Providence.J. Valve Motor that it rarely

Yates sanitarium and the !Madison wu signed by the executive Park, north of Jacksonville. The raiding F. Williams was in Lake Butler requires even inspection.The .

tea room were totally destroyed and returned to Sheriff Ramsey at officers stated that the bungalow, Monday on business.T. .

by fire early Thursday morning at (II Gainesville, Friday It was the fifth in which the men were surprised, con- II. Rimes was a visitor to Gainesville l satisfaction that comes .

Madison, entailing a loss of over $50- death warrant issued by Governor tained a complete "wire tapping" outfit lust week.STIJTTEI1INI..1N. {Willys-Knight performance

000. Many patients were in the san- Hardee since he assumed office. a quantity of bogus money and
is such that owners
itarium at the time, all of whom escaped other paraphernalia used by confidence : ADVANTAGE pre

t without injury. William A. Shields, of DeLand, 60 men in fleecing' their victims. fer this car to any other at : t

years old, a poultry dealer, was instantly When the officers surrounded the A man with un impediment in his any price. :'

t The Bradentown Journal says that killed and! his wife wounded! house eight men jumped from the speech' went into a store where m-c-
windows and l fled. Two and onil-hand! automobiles sold and
the Manatee Crate Company is now when an unidentified person, hidden escaped were ,
doing a splendid business. Right now beside the road, fired on then with a the others were captured only after stopping in front of n car. ht said!: $

the concern is turning out about 10,000 I shotgun. They were driving home in the officers had! run them down "II-h-how m-m-mitch is t-this one? 125 I i

I packages a day and is working a big a car. Shields! hud slopped the ma- "I'll let you make an offer," thedenier

force in order to keep up with the or- chine I because of an obstruction in the It is estimated that approximately told him.

dtrs. ronil. As he stepped, to the ground, four thousand acres of Irish potatoes "I'll g-g-give you f.f-f-" Touring, f.. <>. b. Toledo
part of a load of buckshot struck him have been planted! in Clay county this "Four hundred dollars? I'll take
\ in the head. The rest struck Mrs. year. The Florida Farms and Indus it," replied the dealer. Readier H475 Coupe 2195 Sedan 92393
the tobacco exhibits at
In county Shields. tries Co. has a little more than two "G-g-good," said the stutterer. "I
the South Florida Fair Gudiden and
I --- i thousand acres in and in the Doctors was I tr-trying say f-f-five hundred., "

the Pasco honors.counties While ran Gadsden a close race won thn for I II. G. Fret-land, Melbourne: hud I, Inlet there is a large acreage, the -Exchange.Kvcry lUIGI.EY OVERLAND CO. 'I
VickingFarms tract has several hun STARKE FLORIDA.
nn exciting experience Tuesday
for the best and morning -
first special premium
: free born citizen of the United
when dred acres and there is a considerable -
of tobacco by / a big saw fish got tangledup
largest display grown :
in his net and not until a helperwas acreage in thy Russell section besides States may aspire to the presidency -
the county, Pasco was a close able to the large acreage at West Tocoi. A but to most of us t the job is not
get an effective shot at
and took the second!
the monster, was he landed. The fish government agent was over the entire worth the trouble of going after it .

measured 15 feet !in length; and weighed / potato section within the past few
Fred Pharc" :II(. shot herselfin /IFF
800 pounds. ;Mr. Kreeland had been weeks and gave it as his opinion that
the abdomen with revolver at the :
a the conditions in Clay
fishing for mullet and trout during crop county
home of her sister at Daytona, and the night, and it was early in the I! were the best he had found in any ZifT, Feb. 17.-Miss! Rhoda Thomas i
died a few minutes afterward. Mrs. section. left last Wednesday for Lake City
morning when the big fellow took
Phares was in the bath room at the I a I w<>ere she will visit her aunt, Mrs.
hand and played havoc with the net, i
time the shot was fired and as her Onie Hunter.
from which he could not escape.D. The police are trying to find l some -
sister reached her side she murmured"I Miss Avy ll1rlinIIp.nt/ Saturday .
tangible clew on which to base their
did<<1 not mean to do it." night with her friends, Miss Alva
Faulkner, of Dado City, found investigation, following the finding ofa Thoinns.Messrs.! .
nn old gun !barrel Saturday while preparing butchered body floating in the Mia-
and! Duluthiun Starling
Representatives of the Gulf Sugar Dewey -
land at his home for planting mi river. Small boys playing on the
of Cooler Pond .spent Sunday
Corporation announced that the con ,
trees. It appears to be an old flint river bank discovered half of the tor-
would build at Ft. Pierce in the with their cousin, Avy Starling.
lock. The barrel is hammered and Is so, sawed completely in two, from the 1..
with Miss Ruby Dyal, of Graham; spent
future refinery a
near a sugar full!! four feet in tenet Marks on neck to the end of the spine, which
A site last week-end here, the guest of her
capacity of 100 tons daily.
the barrel show that the btock ran the physicians stated had not been in the
for the purchased and con- brother, Truman Dyal. PricesF.
full length of the barrel and that the water more than forty-eight hours.
Misses Avy Starling' and Alva Thomas -
struction will begin as soon as plans
sight was silver troiinted. The barrel The head, arms, legs and the rest of
for the work.can be completdt spent Sunday at Graham guests of
had been bent as it m'ght be if the trunk were missing. There was Mrs. Lomle Reynolds. O/B. DETROIT
some early settler had brought it no mark of identification whatever.
The three-masted American schooner Roy Forsyth was visiting friends at EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th
down over the head of an Indian, or Searchers scoured the banks of therlv..r
Herbert May, with a lumber cargo, Cooter Pond Saturday.
vice versa. in an effort to find other
partsof Chassis $28
was lost near Marquesas, 30 miles off John! Lewis made a business tripto
the body or to unearth a clew. Others -
Key West, according to Captain Fer- Benjamin Cohen, of Kensington, in motor boats combed the upper Waldo Saturday. Runabout $319
who was carried to Key West I Misses Avy Starling, Alva Thomas -
guson, Penn., is enroute home wiser and con. reaches of the river.
by a fishing smack. There was no : siderably poorer as the result of his I Mr. and Mra. Frank Reynolds, Touring Car "T/jf $348

loss of life, the crew having abandoned determination to bet $12,000 Joseph Lawrence
on something was found at the
: The Quinine .ut DM !hot Affect TM lleidBfmliM Chassis $430
thevessel and landed on Marquesas. j liJ&Truck&
he hasn't
yet mentioned. Cohenwas bottom of Lake Jovita
Saturday afternoon of ltd Conic and ,limntlvo .."....t. L-.XATIVP. *
the victim of the first cleanupof dead, in about three feet of : URUMO QUININE: (Tibet' ) can l I', lnk"n $580 }
( hast by ftnyuni without rnunind nrrvouimnfl rmtitntlxheud. Coupe
The Chipley Packing Company
the winter season by confidence water. When a party of men.went to : k.W.CKOVbS ilnimumon !lvu.. 9au
; recently paid out a large amount of workers at Orlando. lie was fleeced wash an automobile, one went to the Sedan $645

money for cattle, hogs, poultry andeA'A'S of the $12,000 after the president of edge of the water with a bucket and aaaaaagaaaaaaaa

and is doing a splendid work the First National Bank had pleaded noticed some clothing lying on the naIndigestion These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

for the farmers of that section by with him not to walk into a trap. Cohen platform of the bath house. Very the history of the Ford Motor Company.

giving them a cash market for their insisted and was paid $12,000 in close to this a
platform he saw the nude
products.! It is estimated that at least $IQ bills. body of a man stretched out on the g I o Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

$70,000 has been paid out by the picking Handy bottom of the lake. Calling to I promptly to insure early delivery.

company. A negro truck driver in the employof his he D a
companions, walked out into I Many person, otherwi. 1
a St. Augustine garage made the the water and brought in the body.A fl Tlgorous. and healthy, are a J. W. ANDREWS JR.

Excellent reports are coming from pertinent discovery at JacR.sonville physician was called and stated that B bothered occasionally with a Dealer, STARKE
the Florida School for the Deaf and
Saturday that gasoline is a highly vo- the had been
man dead for two or Q Indigestion. The effect of a
Blind at St. Augustine. This is an a
and inflammable substance. He three hours. Lawrence was subject to M disordered stomach on the
institution which Is doing splendid struck a match to ascertain how much epileptic fits and it is supposed he fell JJ system are dangerous, and a

work and under the present management / gasoline was in the tank of a heavy into the water while preparing to put B prompt treatment of IndlgeB *- a

is attracting attention and favorable truck. Result-explosion. The truck ,on his bathing suit. tlon 1 Is Important. "The only a

comment from all over the was in front of a garage where the D medicine I have needed has a
been something to aid dlgeB *- E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
country. blaze was extinguished the fire
by de- ; DeLand was treated to an unusual von and clean the llrer," a
partment which responded to a tele- ,spectacle Tuesday evening when the OwrltM Mr. Fred Libby a a OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
Lena M. T. Clarke, recently acquit. phone alarm. The truck was not bad. Ku Klux Klan, some 350:\ in number, ) .,.. Tex*, farmer. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ted at Orlando on a charge of murdering ly damaged. !paraded through the streets. As this D "Mr medicine I. a

Fred A. Miltimore, restauran- ; long, silent procession of marching a. aa MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are known for qnallty

teur, and now confined to the state Insane Plans have been completed and finances I men, hooded and gowned in white and Thedford'sBLACKDRAU6HT a sad Corn. BMIW. P..... P.n. E._p!.nt, W.Urm.lon. Cantaloup, Pouu_. Tonnn .
asylum, is charged with the em- arranged in Daytona for the preceded by several of their number Cueumbor, eo__. For u. and Hold ends Our aUJovu and prlo. !lilt will/ Alva ,...
of postal funds, I th.r W* carry ell varlrtla* of gmtarn fluid and farm a..to. that havbatmi h...
bezzlement construction of a mammoth arcade to mounted : r' : and : :
their way through proven lo b adapud to Florida oil allmau, and our rum of p rto.M
In an indictment returned by the Fed- be known as the New Daytona Ar- the city they made an imposing appearance .1I.bl. ua to handl th. Florida Mad bualiuM to wve..taar..

eral grand Jury here. The embezzle- :cade, which will be one of the largest : The sidewalks were crowd. SPRING CATALOGUE

ment occurred while she was postmis- 'of its kind in the South, to be built !.ed for block on each side of the principal for indigestion 'i.4 stomach a Marti..'. Spring C......... U now nadr.. Writ for It Ev!: ..r..on. InUtxatvd. In florUaiSpHna
tress at West Palm Beach. on the property owned by Miss Evelyn streets, with people eagerly a trouble of any k nd. I b... and Summer .ropa'' should avail th.m..>lv / eatao! Supplied FREK on raqiMet t uthoae who aend !I. their nanvM .
a prom*
Clark, extending the entire 600 feet watching for the promised appearance B never found ai. ythlnc that r. YVf't for It :;.../. I'urr Information and price on all, aeaaonable aeade.Phonei4277 .
To Stop a Cough Quick from Beach street to Palmetto ave- 'and when at last the klan suddenly a Unches the spot JIb Black- a
Draught. I take! It In broken .
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY* a nue, containing 49! stores and 10 offices I- I apeared, coming up South boulevard, U dOHa after mnalr. For a long a 1320E.

cough medicine which stops the cough by with all the advantages of a I'silently, without blare of bands or H time I tried iillh.which! grip- a
and irritated tissue A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
healing the Inflamed I SZ .
OPENTRATESALVE uniquely arranged arcade.F. I rolling of drums, the crowds hushed B ed and didn't r lYe the good a
A box of GROVE'S mult. Black Draught liverB
Cold Head Colds and and the only demonstration made war -
for Chest medicine Is easy, to* take, easy -
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of Jenkins, a negro preacher, has the applause as the various banners to keep lnex|>''i ilv*.**
IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve been taken to the county Jail at Tampa 'came into view as the procession mov- Sf Got a packa' from your a Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
the chest and throatof if order fertW
should be rubbed on you your
for safekeeping/ following his arrest ed by. These banners bore a
such In- 2 dmnirljt today- -Ak for and
from Cold or) Croup. :
children suffering a zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
effect of He_' Heallol Hanry Inside at Lakeland Sunday as a resultof scriptions as these: One HundredPer H Uilat upon '1 odford'*.-to* a
Tha hMlln In-
Materials Order Fertilizers
the. throat"""bliwd.rltl. th..h...ltam.. .ct of his alleged preaching of racial Cent American, White Supremacy B QOa prompt shipment. now. : ,
only genuine.
tro..n ().Poo-T.... S.lv tiuoagh' tt* pore of sectleidea, Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
u.skin toon. opi a couth equality in the negro settlement there. We Want Fair Elections, We Demand Get It toils,. a
Both remedies.n pecked In one eutaa sod the When examined, Jenkins bore scars Clean Government, The Boot- E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
of the combined treatment!.Me. EM aa
(Just ask your druggist for HAYES' of wounds received several days ago leggers Must Go, Down With the B nan
HEALING HONEY. at Sanford at the hands of'masked Grafters-We Know You, the last one aonnci: December lit, 1921 reduced price jets before buying, J jF
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PAGE FUUltBradford 1 I
Some men go up in life like ft rocket berry, were visiting here avceral days

1 Constitution of W. C. T. 1 WEl.lOOUE: RUN OVER UY out like dud. I I{ last week.
The Is mightier than the awn d and a
County TtlcyniplPublished but most pen of us use a pencil or a type I r Reading, Enforcing the Law--1\Irs., i iI TRUCK AND SERIOUSLY HunTLust I Mr.\ and Mrs. II. W. Ralford[ attewl-

'I Dell Some people race through life until ed the picture show ut the aUto farm
== =- - -: -:;-::: writer. I llaiidley's tar- I
( and entered as Booze Bonus not Desired or Dcsir- Saturday while they reach the brink of the grave.. Saturday evening.
weekly first he Marshall Proctor. pentine truck was being driven bj brakes refuse to work. Miss Loch Canon, who has been visting -
the When a fellow buys his car .ble-Miss Then the I
second class matter, at post by Rance
promptly repudiate all of the han I Spiritual Training for Children- young Cribbs, accompanied { her :parents for several days, ru-
office at Starke Florida. and Jewel Moore, a boy of 17,, be dune shouldbe Jacksonville Sunday: aftor-
Petty that must to
things he has said about motorists. Mrs. Major. The things turned
1 i tr I' Zack Brown was ill for a few days upon rounding a sharp curve in the i the ones that are first done. ThereIs 'I noon.
JR. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner I Mr. Pet'-
There Is a world of joy In the ; thin week at the home of his! sister,, road the truck turned over. plenty of time for the rest. J. W. Nauright and sons! Ralph and

straight and narrow path, but who Mrs. Mattie Murkce. ty saw that the machine was turninu Jack, were visitors to Ilcilbronn Smn-

1 We frequently note in state papers wants the whole earth Miss Ruby Proctor visited relatives and he lifted the boy, who was tittinR! The humaji body is like n highly day afternoon.Rev. .

:persons moving into certain I localities at Starke last week end. In his lap and attempted to throw him elastic piece of rubber. It can be Wiggins filled Ms regular ap-

I for the sake of experimenting with Somewhere in every person's heart Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular beyond t.hreach of the wheels, but stretched to great lengths, but once pointment hero Sunday morning, and

6 t this, that or the other crop to find A spirit of fairness is tucked away. appointment at' New River Saturday failed in his effort, and the boy was broken it Is beyond repair. evening at the Second Advent church

out if it will do well there. Invariablysuch The trouble Is that ton many people and Sunday.Dr. run over and seriously injured. II Miss Morino Browning, of Lawtey, in

crops are common in this county have forgotten how to untuck it. and Mrs. Mann motored to Ba was immediately placed in a near-by INCOME: TAX FORMS: Visiting her sister, Mrs. A. S. Crews,

Come to Bradford county; there is no ker county Sunday afternoon. car and carried to Lake Butler Jot this week.

need for experimenting here. No one hut is ever big enough to The sing held at the Baptist church medical attention, and this was done Ownership certificates U. S. inter- Mrs. Conner spent several days last

cover the brains of an entire com- last Sunday afternoon was a success! without informing his parents, Mr nal Revenue Forms 1000, 1001 and week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Marion -

In these days, when nil sorts of munity-your own excepted. and there will be another sing Sunday and Mrs. Lum Moore, of the terrible 1001-A for the year 1922, as used by Hnzen, of Brooker.

\ 'pretenses aro used for the sake of at the same place. Each one interested accident to their son. banks, trust companies and collecting Brady Rosier, of Jacksonville, spent

gain, it ia soothing to read tho following Beware of the man who claims to I in singing, welcome, especially After examination by physicians, it agencies are released as of Feb. 10th,, last week-end here With his mother.

reasonable request, found in n be without fault. Nothing within his those from adjoining towns. was found" the boy had suffered a so- and may be obtained on application to Mrs. Charles Douglass, of Alachau,

Country letter to our esteemed con- reach is safe.A Mrs Minnie Lou Varnes and son, vere crush, several ribs having been the Collector of Internal Revenue, was visiting friends and relatives here

temporary, the Plant City Courier: Ciaude; were week-end guests of MissMarshall broken, his back injured and back of Jacksonville, Fla. last week-end.
"C. L. Branch had E. L. Curry's wagon office devil his head hurt. Later, he was taken
congressman, says Proctor. Willie Reddish was in town Monday
_ I' I borrowed a short time ago and Is a fellow who pulls down a Rood Math Dukes!, Marcus Dt'kle, Mrs homo in a car, and Is still in a critical RAIFORD afternoon.

; while he had it, somebody removed one salary whether he earns it or' not. I Forest Drawdy and son, Ardell, of condition, but with hopes of recovery. -
of the wheels and carried it away. He News.PRODUCE 17.-Carlos Johns, of
-- Five Mile\ were visitors to town Sun- -Johnstown Raiford, Feb. One "BROMO QUININE"
wishes whoever removed it would Stand two beautiful women up together Lake Butler, is visiting his parents, Only

bring it back, as it is needed.! : and their respective husbandswill day.Ben Thomas and son, of Five'Mile, SHIPPING ACTIVE Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johns, during ro rev get It nieoMO the RYmilne vuIsilent' ,call fof. LobfcforviicnBturrotK. full name*.LAXA
i of It. Cur .a Cold In On lJ"" Slaps
? the charms W. CIlOV
fathers of Starkeare invariably notice were business visitors to Lake Butler this week. I bash .ud headache. sea wo,>J of cold. :Jkv
Now while the city
the other fellow's wife first. Tuesday.O. Springlike Weather Ripens Berries Loney Canova, of Lake City, was a
taking so much interest in one little -
L. Mizell motored to Worthington and Vegetables/ business visitor here Monday.
3! + street, they should also turn their People who tell jokes should refrain Saturday afte'moon. Marcus Brown, of Starke, was a vis- All Varieties

attention to the opening of certain from laughing;at them. It is rather' S. M. Carver, of Worthington wasa After three weeks of cQW, sunless itor here Saturday.Dr. .

other streets, which are really neces embarasNing to be the onl none to let visitor here Sunday weather, during which plants made! King, of Lake Butler, was a Produced from selected \
The detours that' must now """"*
I r' sary. long !. out a sttmivk.t( Mr. and Mrs. Patrla Tomasella, of little or'no growth, the sunny days of( professional visitor here Saturday. flocks careful-
9 be made when streets are not open Tohnstown, motored to Lake Butler ate have infused life into vegetation Mrs May Hood, of the state farm, ly mated and bred

for traffic cause much loss of time The wisest of men are the ones who Saturday. and hastened ripening. A good many was shopping in town Saturday after for egg production.

"Fatty" Arbuckle's second trial re- my the leart. Harvin Duggar/ of Johnstown, was .ushels of strawberries have been noon. Bab Live arrival guar-

II of the I a business visitor to town Tuesday. shipped this week and local markets Miss Adine Watson spent last week Y pnteed. All delivery
{ suited in disagreement Jury.of ; If exercise is the road to !tood Quite a number of people from out have vegetables in plenty. We believeL. end in Starke visiting friends. charges paid. Send
the killing
j His trial for a
.third health some of us ought to live a thin cab Earl Whitten visitor to Chicks for free illustrated
who after all, have died of town attended the sing held her V. Moore was the first to ship was a
woman, may,
from natural causes, is pretty sure to sand years. Sunday afternoon. bage this season, and he was followedby Starke Saturday. catalogue and prioe

exhaust the defendant's funds. The Luke Butler basket ball team played others, for the cabbage acreage is Charlie Shaw, of Baker county was list.
,.' case will thus come to an end, anll White Springs/ team last Friday, large;\ around Starke and will consti- in town Saturday. A. S. FOX. \
the game being in favor of Lake Butter tute a considerable item on our shipping Messrs. John Denmark, of St. Au- I Box tOPulntka.
w: "Fatty" will be either discharged or Five Mile, Feb. 17.-R. B. Page: left Fla.
list. Sweet potatoes are still gustine, and Sam Denmark, of Mul
n Rent to St. Quentin. Thursday for his home in Vero.
Mrs. Margaret Townsend and baby, being shipped in large quantities, andso
I Mrs. C. L. Varnes and son, Claude! ,
c y' have returned from a J. F. Kickliter is building -
Naomi is
IS ON Mary syrup.
THE CAMPAIGN! [ several days last week with her
i I pent! visit with relatives at Dade City. up quite a large export trade in

''t -has been made of sister, Mrs. P. P. Dekle. Vera Ostcen entertained a numberof i eggs and chickens, and as the profit
A. Announcement Mrs. Minnie Rimes was the /guem
the assembling of the Florida state I I I of Mrs. Mattio Drawdy Saturday. her friends at her home on Dekle I of poultry raising! is becoming well NEW STORE atRAIFORD

j Democratic executive committee thi Thelma and Alice DOUR street Friday evening.. recognized, this trade will increase.
Beatrice, The ,singing class conducted by Cooper '& Snellgrove are busy mak-
st latter part of February, but pre- mm lass were week-end guests of their W'I I
Burton is progressing nicely ing crates for berries and cabbage,
is that ,
t to this event it probable many) aunt, Mrs. B. L. Duke.
$ candidates who will enter the June Mrs. Lillian Dekle was the guest of lis well attended. Mr. Burton is a and, expecting a large acreage of

h hi\. primary will have been brought for Mrs. Lena Drawdy Saturday. thorough instructor of music. sweet corn to be planted this spring,

r themselves for dis- Mrs. W. F. Burton is the guest of they are preparing to have crates in
IX ward or presented Mesdames D. I. Blume and P. P.
Mrs. G. D. Faircloth. readiness for this product.Our .
cussion. The campaign! year promises I Tickle were guests of Mrs. B. L. Duke .1 the
to be lively, as usual, and while the Protracted services were held at the farmers are busy plowing, This will announce to public

t f Bryan primary law is still operative Sunday.Charles Fowler, of Gainesville, was church of Christ last week. planting and cultivating/ and this Is that I have opened a new stock of
disadvantages and objections I Miss Ethel Raulerson visited relatives expected to be a banner year for farm
Jf 7 and offers its here Saturdayand
of friends
I the guest I I in Starke Saturday and Sun of all kinds.
from insuring a products Merchandise in the Gordon
J r and is far Sunday, having come over to attend General -

l triumph of the majority, Florida will services at Little Springs day.Miss I I
'' take more than ordinary Interest in Allen Green visited relatives ,here Hattie Dukes, of Five, was in People are so near sighted these ) store building at Raiford, suc-

I the contests beginning. The meeting Saturday and Sunday.L. II town Sunday afternoon.PROVIDENCE. days that beauty of the soul seldom the A. Andrews Co.I

:.4 r t of the executive committee will\ bo the G. Johnson, Marcus Pekle, A. O I appeals to the modern eye. ceeding .

first official note of the campaign, and, business
Ardell Drawdy were
1v it is now to be heard very soon. Rimes visitors, to Lake Butler Saturday.J. I I Some people are content to drift I will carry a general line of Dry
the election Providence, Feb. 17-Mrs.\ Eldorado along through life at the pace at
offices to at
With many sister Miss Hattie -
Dukes and
in November there is ample material'appearing attended a sing at Lake Butler on I Graham of Columbia county, la spending which other people push them along. Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats;

t and notwithstandingthe I a few; days with her parents,.Mr.
I and Groceries.I
+ victory of the Republicans Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. O. V. Brooks. No man is ever quite as foolish as farming Implements .
great Misses Norma Dekle, Mae Duke
I J. C. Ward and son were business he appears to others. lie possesseswisdom
in the greater
intbelnst election, the weekend -
Douglass spent
and Annie
l :, of thei-country, Florida Democrats are here. I visitors to Lake City Monday. of which they know not. I Ivill pay the highest market price

". n<\. anticipating any serious opposition Miss Hattie Dukes entertained Saturday Dr. J. E. Maines, of Lake Butler, I
professional visitor here Saturday. AH lies are'whiteto the people who for and country produce.
,p: to the candidates selected by evening in honor of the visitors i- was a eggs

i them for the election. It seems quite : ; tell them. solicit share of business
\ attending a your ,
I treasonable to expect: that more Republican Duke visited Lola Parrish S. R. and F. B. Osteen were -
Gladys I
\ candidates will be named in to business in Lake City Fri- It may be true that all men are born and promise the best service
I ; equal, but not all are rocked in the you
6 the Htnte, this year to go into the gen. Zell Dukes and sister, Omega, Cecil :lay.Mr .
and Mrs. Hubert Tanner of cradle of opportunity from birth. the lowest
1 't: eral compalgn than before, but the Drawdy, Calvin Touchstone and I' and prices.
by Mikesville\ spent the week-end with
small vote polled
comparatively of Gladys
John Andrews were guests Her
that party in the la -election in this and Dana Duke Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs R. A. Y. Roberts.W. Never scorn a woman,
of truckers claws: are sharper than yours.
L. Summers one our
difficulty ,

does not suggest any !great for
state, Marcus Dekle left Tuesday
I.' to the predominating party. Sumner. has a fine patch of English peas off with i Andrews
I in bloom and another patch about six Why are men taught to step W.
pith a senator and four congressmen I Nelson and John Dekle, of Lake the left foot first? We invariablykick .
I that slightly hurt by
to elect this year great Interest Butler visited their uncle, P. P. De | inches high was the cat with the right one.
G will be attached to this feature of theY kle last week. \ the frosts of last week. Trucking has I RAIFORD, FLORIDA

,Y campaign, and it is generally believed Mrs. Addis Blume and Miss Josephine come to be among the favorite crops Prof. Einstein, returning from this
the farmers the following
't the entire delegation, as now con of Mrs. Ljl- among
Blume were guests country to his native land, expressed .
will remain in Washington are planting peas, sweet corn, squash,
lian Dekle Friday. himself as intensely amused at the
I t after the votes have been counted in John K. Parrish and Ancil Parrish I cucumbers, pepper, beans and okra: accorded him in
J. F. Fralick J. F. Johnson, C. M. vociferous reception
of other ,
fall. There are a number Bushnell.
the have returned from States. No doubt the clownin
I:' will be filled Smith, W. F. Fralick, E. D. Summers, the United TOOTFITTERS"Edmonds
positons of Lake Butler, was
'I '(; M. Feinberg, a circus experiences much the same
n '. in November. Two members of the here on business last week. D. J. Harden and J. Smith. W. U.

',. supreme court are to be chosen, and Eustli Crews, of Raiford, Charley Hammons, of the Palestine section feeling.

in this instance it does no tappear that Waters, of Worthington, Lester Pln- near here, reports that over fifty acres and : ,'10 Worm. in ,t noi.iliy CfcllJAllchUflrrn
}1 change will be attempted. More and Clyde Colson, of Brooker, of watermelons are to be planted i ,
a muster l : trouble I with Wi" nluva an un-
thaji half of the members of the state were here Mon'day. the farmers there have organized a /huu.tl.y:: ,ui:,r w irb iiuiari, :.-. i ''j'hUxxl.l and ass
truckers and association.Mr. thi-ro ,"' r r i era ...11 eartwjct.
and all of the growers rulu. it a "
senate must be elected, Jim Mann, of Guilford, Will Carle- GROVES!: lASK.ULS:: '! ''m! !.- '1 I.MC:: AI l, .-i rf*u- n+u rm.r
members of the house of representa ton, of Midway, Jim Ward and M. M. and Mrs. L. Fralick and daughter Italy ftiMvo"'P"."k.' \\'" '.r"i th i hlond.fmpmvotiir .
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1 formed Louise, attended the protracted ': .' > ae ;:
? tives. New counties recently Hale, Worthington, were visitors . '.1'- "
i services at Riverside schoolhouse last ; 1'0. ; . 'I
'' ,. .; .. participate in the election this I here last week. \ Ihroll'r'.: r. ,' .' !!.'"
ygalpnd: great interest will center Sunday night. I Inpor'
around the choice of representatives.In LAKE BUTLER C. M. Smith killed seven hogs last I

I week not quite a old, that, or
various parts of the state announcements year

have been made for some Lake Butler, Feb. 17.-J. R. Chas- an average, weighed 200 pounds net,, I

41 "I' of the positions to be filled\ and with tain returned to.Tampa after a visit and procured five and a half cans ol MeadeUplandLong

number of aspirants with his family. I
in a few weeks a great lard.W.
-t. for political honors will be In J. J. Jones, of Mlcanopy, was here L. Summers, accompanied by 'StapleCottonseed

sight. The campaigning has so far last week visiting friends. I I O. V. Brooks, D. Graham, Virgil

i been very largely personal and mainly Ernest Andrews returned to bin Brown, D. C. Williams and J. L. Summers -

") t, in the nature of a feeling out of home In Jacksonville after'a visit with were attending to business in "FOOT FITTER" Tom No. I is made over Edmond ed Muoon -

thtntiment.' The,candidates must come friends. Lake City Monday.Mr. PRICES REDUCED Last. Dick
1 Edmonds FITTERS" No. 2 i is
and P. M. of
into the open vf'1'1"soon and the people Mr and Mrs. Harry Long! of Five Driggers
q1 be given a chance to know what Mile, motored to town Tuesday after- Lake Butler, were here Monday meat- I FOR SALE-The' Average made over Semi-English Combination Last. JEdmonds "FOOT FrTTEFT

they are willing! to promise. ing the taxpayers. I length 1, 5-8 inches and Harry No. 3 is made over English Combination Last.

Under the state laws it is not expected non.Miss Norma Dekle spent the week. Russell Roberts' Talmadge and J. claimed by experts to be All "FOOT FITTERS" made of full Grain"Calfskin of a Rich Dark
b executive committee end at her home at Five Mile. C. Blair, of Ft. Call, were week-end
that the as good as Sea Island cot- '
Mahogany shade. J"FOOT FITTERS" made of full overweight
accompaniedto guests of friends.
interesting Miss Mae was
offer novel'or especially ton. Produced (from seed
1 Will orders any or regulations. The her home at Five Mile Friday afternoon Will Brown, of Brooker, was the furnished. by U S. Bureauof strictly first quality ten iron oak Outsoles and heavy oak Insoles. 'fJ'TOOTFITTERS"

'' '" -1 k.I, committee has fixed duties and litt'e! by Miss Annie Douglass! guest of his'aon and wife, Mr. and Plant- Industry) and carry extra Long and Wide Calfskin inside Counter pockets and

@ : option in matters of detail. There The W. C. T. U. met Monday afternoon Mrs. Perry Brown, Sunday. ginned on St. Simon's Island I reinforcements. TFOOT FITTERS" have Full Length Vamp and solid

; when an executive comroittC" at 4 o'clock, Mrs. J. E. Maines, from 1 *
; wie a time far removed any Leather Boxes and Counters.
,r I had' considerable power and presiding, and the following program other variety of cotton. 10

a; but at present the state fixes was rendered: Old City's Prtd. bushels less $t bu. t
or ,
authority, per Price '
e thecampaign The pride of Quebec U Its citadel $7.50 pair '
of SonaScripture per
''t practically every kin. from which there ta a view mat Over 10 bu., $3 per bu. .
limit to lesson, prayer. i in .
and prescribe a
lie dty la the world can match. It tower
the activities of parties in practicnlly Subject, Study of the 38th AnnualFleport *, almost shyer.; hnndreUi feetbore
1 to the primary, of the W. C. T. U. of Floritls.President's A. M. SMITH '
<: all matters relating the St. Lawrpucu on one side! I J. M LVAREZ STA'R'KEI
which must name candidates without! address-Mrs. A. C. and the city on the other giving the ,

,; further reference to voters no matter' Strickland. vision a wide nod su,ld-n range of Brunswick G..
\ Miss Haiti rlter and forest and and the fart
be comp)'c.xteJ in Secretary' address- parish .
the choice may '
+ how
f \ Fowler. >arr,l.. Laur..otluut.
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-- the A nil of the state failed to reveal Branch 32 S. Main. St., Jacksonville, NOTICE! OF STOCKHOLDERS MKKTINC ;
evening at armory. large quun I parts
I Fin 2-10-2t I Notion In hi>r..I>y fglvcn that a mooting o* ,
of has been ordered with Ms: wheruboutfl. 1r
tity oysters I the toekliultlpra of tho Bradford County Dnak. !
l f' which the ladies will serve pickles, :I Mrs. T. R. Henderson today offered FOR SALE At Lawtey moo and ono will tit held' .In I1. ofTIro' ,In Stnrkv, Tlorldtt. cm

Bits of LocalInformation ti naiad, bread and coffee. Benefit oiWoman's a reward of $1,000( for the recovery half acres of good itrnwbory land the p. m 4th. for liny I Ihn of Purpose March of A,hoMlnic D. 1993 an at.l'clion 7.8ft '

I Club. of the body of her luibbanU, if her is and five room cottage $300. Balance to ilvtvrminu if the RitUI llrnilford County
I Io '
Hunk Html) InnmtnHH IU capital musk from' .
dI\ net nuch buHlnoKB mimunnt to mid el li>etlaa VI,
Hoi-ace Wilson, of the University ol one block from high school.\ Mrs. and I to :Mirmlnt If the meld bank ahnll InctvRKc -
d ; Florida, !spent Sunday and Monday The women's organizations; of the T. S. Stark, R. 2, Box 421-L, Buena lu capital. Btock. J. H. RITCtt.I r.
tLw..e.fe/ .- country are taking an active interestin Vista Station Miami Fla. ''
.s,1 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 2-3.3tO'' 2.IO-41.a-a Cn.hitr
r-.I-.. ,. W C..a4. eM 7'_ 1.1 the creation and mnintvnnnro of "
made '
Wilson. Horace has been .
bettor country roads. If they produce i
-- i I und lieutenant in tho University mil mmmmmm cltltmt7mtammmmt3mmmmmtltactciesmmmmlammmltimnmtamcrormlll! : :\ : raurt O
;______ ___ ( definite results in tin one dolt if
iUiry 'j'jn
I company. 1 alone they will have justified their enfranchisement :: .f,
uf' h-k--: :
K. M. and G W. Hazcn, of Brook tois here the first .. .
thousand fold. .
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('1', were in town Monday. Miss Hattie Wills, of LaCrosse, was =:: '
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:Mrs. D. F. Knight and son, Paul; here Monday enruute to Atlanta, 1

Powell Carpenter spent Friday, in Ernest, spent Saturday in Jackson- where she went to purchase a stock ,n-- : t.

Jacksonville. \ille. of "spring and summer millinery \ i :1

goods, and will then go to Fairfax, S. rENT-A-\VORD -I L1ltL\.tlI t __
Royal Society packages are the bcB Monday R. A. Xewsom carried a C., where she Is in business. I

-on sale at Sternberg's.A truck load of goats to Lake Butler, to 4------ !
be sold to a stock buyer there. Tanlac Vegetable Pills are sold on

son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I. a positive guarantee to give perfect WANTED-Man to crop on shares on 'I!

G. Powell last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. :Murrhee and Interesting satisfaction. Try them tonight and Card's City Farm. E. D. Card, I Elberton Blue Georgia Granite"THE

thiklrcn, of New Smyrna,,, you will be delighted to find tho re- Starke, Kla. It* i .._. j'
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. I. lEft Tuesday morning after a visit sults you have obtained. Turner's I STONE ETERNAL"

A. Davis spent Friday in Jacksonville with his ntherIrs.! : A. E. Murrhee Drug Store, Starke. $200 buys 80 acres Innd, the east half And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various hade maLe

of northeast quarter of Sec. 8, Tp.1 .

Col. D. E. Knight was a professional Carr Collcy, who is in the employof M.\ Leviton returned home Sunday 7 S., R. 23 E. A. T. William, Jr., '

visitor to Ocala Thursday.Mrs. I Dozier & Gay in Jacksonville, spen'tSunday night after spending several days at owner, Jacksonville. 2-17-lt i MEMORIALS* II
Miami with kinsman who Is spending -
with his mother, Mrs. W. A. 1'
J. W. Brown ned Colley the season at Florida's fashionable WANTED-Man with car to Bell 'the I Renowned t
day from a visit in Eustis. winter resort. Mr. Leviton arts best Ford oil gauge: mudi $100 per

Willie Epperson who is employedby delighted with the wonderful East week: and extra commissions. Ben- FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY

Miss Madge Middleton spent Satur the S. A. L. Railway, was hero Coast and the magic city of Miami. ton Harbor Accessories Co., Ben- [I I and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE J3 jJ

day in Lawtey with Miss Margaret :I the first of the work visiting his par- Not the least of the pleasures of his ton Harbor, Mich. its

Godwin.Dr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Miss visit with a meeting with Mr. E. P. II I Three essential factors to be'considered buying monuments y

I' Duncan, formerly of Starke, but nowa FOR RENT-Good forty acre farm, 4 i PERMANENCY APPROP-
J. P. Tomlinson, of Lake Wales Josie Hoffman returned Friday vice-president of the Bank of Bay miles from Starke, 6 room dwelling, :; are, BEAUTY,
was-here last week on professions of Miami's big financial : RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this :combination -
from Atlanta, where she purchased Biscayne, one with $150 worth l lot fertilizer, with

business. I a stock of millinery goods for her institutions. cattle and !goats. I). E. Knight' when buying our material.

popular emporium. Starke. 2-17-2t CANTON GP.
Royal Society packages; are the best W. II. Andrews, Jr., It well known I COGGINS MARBLE CO. ,

-on sale at Sternberg's. Peanut and Irish potato seed atKickliter' young business man of Raiford, was a SEEDS--Have new stock (tf fresh Leading Menufactur'r.of the South

,. 2-17-St business visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. grown seed at prices that cannot be Field or Special Representative,

Mrs. W. II. Nall and little son, of Andrews was connected with tho purchased elsewhere. Prompt shipments I I W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE, FLA.

San Antonio, Texas, are visiting her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter, Mr. and A. D. Andrews Company until that and extra fine stock. Wing/

sister, Mrs. T. C. Morris. :Mrs. I. W. Pinholstcr!' Mr. and Mr. firm was burned out a short time ago. Seed Co., Mm'hanICl.burg, Ohio. 0 i6mmmm'mtMN44rAt: \\llmtOClOl CfrJmi: :liillONmtOtpmmmmmmmmIDmmmmIDmmmmmmmmOt7FORDSON }

t 1M. P. Matheny, of Brooker, were in He is now engaged in the mercantile
John Uglow returned Friday frorr town this wut-k. business on his own account and will - -- '
Jacksonville, where he visited> hi! I: carry a general line. lIe will go irstrong ';r. :".:. ':: ,: -,", -- .... ::, ,_ :, IJ.M&hJ1I-, & "'....,.... .1iII ,_ n-, ,.. .
daughter, Mrs. R.. L. McDowell. By mistake the name of Merrill for handling the products of ---- e

I Futch, of the third grade, was omitted i the Raiford section, and has made a
Mr. and Mrs. H. Shelldrake, of Philadelphia from the honor roll of the B. II. good start along this line. While he

are here visiting their I I S. lust week. opened for business only last! Saturday TRACTOR

daughter, Mrs. A. W. Anderson. he has already bought and sbip.I .

Mrs. C. C. Starling and two children pee a carload of sweet potatoes.
Raiford Brooks I I
has have returned from Tampa, where
been visiting his grandmother, Mrs they vistied relatives and attendedthe CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES
J. R. Alvarez.
-- _
The Sunday morning worship wa i

Put Donally ,of New Smyrna, who Melon, tomato, cucumber, squash,, spiritual. The sermon on "Service"(

formerly lived here, was a guest oifriends okra and lima bean seed in hulk atKickliter seemed. to make a deep impression
the first of the week. The attendance was very good but sc ,
s. 2173t. 1)) t! tLll
i long ns there is one absent member ll ;mmhio l Ii tll "vLawn ; .I
your and i, :i
surplus chickens I S. J. Prescott wns In town Monday and one empty sent the minister will

to Kickliter's and get the cash. I to sell a load of the swejetcst oranges not be satisfied. Neither should the -
-J 7-3t. membership be. The loyalty of the '
'brought to Starke this season. They
were from his grove on Sampson la kl'. church membership to Christ and the :
Master Milton Brownlee, Jr., I H In I church should move every member to

I'alatka visiting his cousin' Annie The food sale for the club house be present by' 10 a. m., when Uihlf vim" ? a u
WMSir'IetdY'Smir 1
Long. fund, last Saturday afternoon, resulted school begins. And every member 0U

ill tho sum of $17.7f: This sale) 'i should read Cor. 10:1-2: every Lord's i
Royal Society embroidery materials
was conducted by Mrs.: W. C. Powell day morning.
are fast colors, on sale at Sternbl.rg's.
and her committee. Sunday night we were
---------- --.--. --- see the splendid audience' that greeted

Miss Ethel Raulerson, of Lake But- If you once give Tanlac an honest the minintpr. It was especially G al, o ,
ler, spent the week-end with her aunt,, rte .
trial, you will add your voice to tho pleasing to see BO many young/\ people
Mrs. G. C. Sweat.
thousands of others who are praisingit. in attendance at the worship. r

I Turner's Drug Store, Starke. Just two months ago last Sunday
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gainesville,,
this church wits reckoned dcnd. Its
\Is spending the week with her father.,I The annual "hiler bustin" at the doors were cloned. and, all worship BUSpended. -
Col. W. T. Weeks. i
B. It. S. took place Thursday morn- On Dec. llth Bro. Duugherty

I Ing. The kids, ns usual, hailed the preached his first sermon. Now we PRICES
"Meet me at the oyster supper toJlight. REDUCTION IN
I event with delight.Mr. have an interesting Bible school, Senior .
At the armory, six o'clock.
and Junior Christian Endeavor societies
Benefit Woman's Club.C I and Mrs. S. J. Prescott, of and preaching every Sunday EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH 1922

I Snmpson City, were guests of L. A. and Bible school."Comfort" .
A. Youngblood, a well known cit-
1 Wynn and family the first of the will be the theme at 11
izen of Theressa, paid our office a '
pleasant call] Wednesday.Corn week. a. m. next Sunday $ 3 9 5
b. DetroitThis
'I Mrs. Ernest V. Turner and children Christian Endeavor at 4 p. m. Now f. o.
"God's Cure" will be theme at 7:30::

Adams' Large seed-Stowel's, Snowflake] Evergreen white and, of Macclenny, spent the latter part of ,. m, "F remarkable reduction in price will tend to lighten the physical burdens of farmers and aid
last week in Starke with her husban,1'and invited to reduced We make immediate delivery, and carry -
All cordially come. them to produce maximum at cost. can
yellow Dent. J. F. Kickliter. 2-17-3t and Mrs. F. L. Turner- crops
with Mr.
on hand at all times a complete line of Tractor parts.
Tanlac Is appetizing, invigorating' i Bunch and Ninety-day velvet bean
and strengthening. Try it and be seed. J. F. Kickliter. 2-17-3t J. W. ANDREWS JR.
convinced. Turner's Drug Store, ,
I Macclcnny, Feb. 14.-The strange
Starke. Miss Helen Hinson, of Bowling' disappearance of T. R Henderson, a Authorized Ford and Fordson.Dealer. Starke, Florida

Green, Ky., is spending the winter
business man with extensive Interest!!
W. J. Griffin and Jos. E. Craig, of I with her aunt Mrs..Fred Flume, and
here, led to the organization of a
Jacksonville, were visitors to Starke of the B. It. . -=- ",",.-'--
here is student .h. \ .
while a 9l'1Jj. .....
and citiinit :
Thursday. searching party of ISO officers '". .' ._. : .' : ,''dIJmm -
S/ i who today were without a trace
--- ---
Royal Society embroidery materialsare of him. -- Miss Mary Solomon, of Jacksonville, Mr. Henderson vanished on Wed Wt (I"'Dmmlllm( JD! !mmlammmmmmmmtplmmmctmmmWmmhuu: \
fast colors, on sale at Sternberg's.The today to visit Mrs. E. K.
Is coming
nesday. Nothing has been heard of
Ferryman. Miss Solomon formerlylived him since The-authorities are inclined
and yellow so are jessamines the peach trees.are Looks here and her friends are always. to believe that foul play may bebehind t
glad to see her. BANK TO MOUTH"Hand
like spring.R. the veil of mystery which now FROM
nhrouds his disapperanee. Telegraphicand
I Sportsmen' remember that the
L. Epperson, of St. Petersburg; ,I hunting season closes Monday. The telephone messages scattered toRubMyTism

spent the week-end in Starke with:'' mall boy will continue to kill law antiseptic and mouth" is the life condition of people in this world. Of-
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep protected bird3" with his slingshot, BB killer for infected sores, to many
person.. fun or air rifle. tetter sprains, neuralgia rheu- ten it is through lack of adaptability-or oppotunity. But generally it is due to

Mrs. May Dickens of Chester, S. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Weeks, of Jack matlsm.-Adv. too lavish spending. *]I"Bank to mouth" i is the ideal condition. People who

C.,;'left Tuesday after a visit with I' wnville, motored here Tuesday to see their and their surplus in a bank always have money
husband earnings put
Mra. J. M. Brownlee and :Mrs. W. L. his old friend, R. R. Wynn, who has s

Wall. I been lying at the point of death for j E.K. PFRRYMAN when they need it. Treading" on thin ice of "hand to mouth" does not appeal -

several days ''and died Thursday morn- ATTOHlsfeY-AT ( The who off savings account "until tomorrow tl I
Bean seed-Stringless green pod, ing. tAW to them. man puts opening a I.

red and black Valentine and Refugees STARKE. FLORIDA ""invariably finds that tomorrow is just as far away. ]Please consider s

At Klckliter' 2-17-3t I Remember the oyster supper thin
with this bank TODAY.
this an invitation to open a savings account

Mr. 'and Mrs. J. B. Jones and Mrs. ]I he of tomorrow is always looking for something he doesn't have today.

Hester Jones T, of_Hampton, were'--visi-- Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed man

Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from
of a-. Catarrh or claim Deafn tor .-s ctwno'I for b* any ratarth. Prolific, Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil.
w. do not recommend It

0tHAri2/Bc'ATARim; MEDICINE .U a Price $2.50 per. .,bushel in two bushel bag E. S. MA TT11EWS. Pr .. CEO. C. WHITE CW/er/
liquid e blol, taken upon InternallY the mucniw.; nntJ, cell"."' ''"." tit f. o. b: Hawthorn, Fla.
the .v.t m_ thus redu :lna ir ) Inaummalion ruBtorii.itnormal isrnacsBorattajanmiffajamfljaJEcnja

All and Dniitvlat nnilltlona.nninmit Circular Ktur free.y In i, The A.; P. Crantley Co., ? Blackshear, Ga. rtsmci+cmmmcfmmmmmm! '. CIIIfJI'Clmtm.1lOml\! \ wsmNW<
J. Cheney A Co.



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1928.Stomach .


-.--- ly fruiting varieties. I CUT IN TRACTOR PRICE: URALLY
6. Plant early.
1,1 1,1I
:11 : sal 7. Plant more seed to absolute Harvester Company-Cut Follows Reductions Almost everyone knows how to

: r--------------l insure good stand.K. Made by Detroit Man press flowers by flattening them between -
j Practice close spacing-a blotters, but comparatively few

With The Bradford width apart--2 to 4 stalks per hill (By Glenn-Griswold) have tried the much more interestingand (

Farmers report this increases yield*
( more difficult way-of pressing

I :25 to 100 per cent). Henry Ford may find himself so them so that they will hold their nat-

County Farmers 0. Give fast, shallow cultivation- busy tending to his own business In ural form. The way to do it is this:

.1 keep cotton free from weeds. i the next few months that he will have Take a quantity of fine Baud, put it

i (_ _._..-...--......... ,.,. t.....__._...... 10. Pick cotton as fast as it opens. I little time to reorganize the currency through a Close sieve to remove large

11. Protect all bales from the system of the country, demonetizegold particles and then wash it thoroughlyto

weather. I or flay the money barons of Wall get rid of the dust Rinse it untilit

be thorough enough to break up the alone street. clear water milky
COUNTY AGENTS' REPORT 12. Do not depend on cotton no longer turns
t + \ pupa cases and to kill the Inllects. for cash. (Plant reasonable of pea The new priceb quoted on tractors and then dry it thoroughly in a clean
I cultivation should be continued and the temper of Harvester officials
Sat8u, Trouble ? nuts, potatoes and tobacco). place.-
received 1,100
I Walton-We week ordered till July. It is advisable to keep the 13. Milk cows and sell)] cream; raise would seem to indicate that the prayers Now select your !flower but do not

mn orange plants this Orders ch' t:kens in the orchard. They wil1 Are You Nervous? poultry and hogs for market. of the country that someone give pluck it until everything else is ready.
-co-operatively for planb eat these and other pests. All i deadwood Why Not Enjoy Perfect Health P It. Grow all feed and forage for Mr. Ford some real competition are Choose one that is not too fully blownor
placed for 3,1)00 June be should be kept cut out and burn- Winston-Salem N. C.-"I sllf. live stock on the farm. about to be answered.A the petals may be in danger; ,of
will exceedingly I
Our watermelon acreage not ICcti ed. fered for about eight months with 15. Raise all kinds of food for the week ago Mr.! Ford announced a Tailing.; Let it be of a kind! whose
We could indigestion, and had several
large. of of Ford-
part the
Important in price
is of
"Spraying an reduction $230 not
and leaves are
community coun. doctors to see me but found no relief family. stems gummy.
r i along without our the control and should be done three until a friend suggested Dr. Pierce Direct Methods Against Weevil Itself son tractors, cutting the price from Get a box in which you can stand

cils. times between, budding time and a Medicines. I was not able to Bleep i a 1. Hand pick and destroy early $625 to $395. Last night the International the flower upright without crowdingit.
The night and could not eat, just lived on
the fruit ripens. Company sent out
.. hundred twenty-five month before sweet milk and bread. I began I to weevil, then infested fallen squares. Harvester See that the flower is dry that is,
A '
Osceola- be made just officials
and ribbons in our first application should take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis. 2. Dust the cotton with calcium ar the following statement and free from dew or raindrops; then cut

persons won prizes after the calyxes are shed from t'tblossoms. covery and took one bottle of Dr. when practicable, using spe- refused to add a word or to change a or pluck carefully and stand it upright -
recent county fair, which proved .0 2 pounb Pierce's Favorite Prescription with .
At this time use II syllable of the official announcement.The in the box, securing it in this
successful the county means to make to 50 /taUons wonderful relief. I am now past 40, vial machinery.
affair. of lead arsenate paste but feel jest as I did at 19. I alt) 3. Plow under the stalks weeds announcement said: position by means of threads attached -

i it an annual of water and pour into the mixture gave the Discovery to my children, and grass in and around the field Immediately Announce Big Cut to the stems or by any neater

; club-membership con- the milk obtained from 2 pounds f and now I am giving it to my gram I after cotton is picked. "The international Harvester Com- method that may occur to you. Then
Duval-Our weeks 1 later children.
fresh lime. Two or three of Get county agent, the agricul- today announced price reductions -, gently begin/ to pour in your dry
f' r tinues to grow( !My boys umlerst should be appl "You will always find a bottle :. your pany very ;
considered memberll a second spraying I Dr. 1'iorce'a Golden Medical Disco.ery I urol l college or the development agentf of $230 on two-plow tractors and : sand about the base of the stems.
that they are not At this time one should spray also for home and I will recommend i effective I
if the in my the Seaboard Air Line railway to $200( on three-plow tractors, Proceed until you come to a leaf.
has been "
till their land that it Is from nervousness.
r+ brown rot of peaches so to anyone suffering
the Ilrowin St. Itive special information on these Immediately. Do not pour sand upon the leaf until
member's club work is ( to place 2 pounds of -Mrs.! Izie Rierson, 2115 liege you
1 necessary only You ran quickly put yourself f In niportant problems. "Until May 1 next,the company will all the space beneath it is filled-in
of some crop. each 50 gallons of
load arsenate to A-l condition by going to your drug- Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. present to every farmer purchasing other words, until the leaf itself is

middle- Florida faigathering Is spray material: pint and obtaining Dr. Pierce'a Galden General Development Dept. one of these tractors a two.furrow orhreefurrow eating upon a bed of sand. To fill
OranJe-Our A month before the fruit ripens: a Medical Discovery,in tablets or liquid tractor disk
momentum. Indications are Dr. Pierce President Invalids ; plow or a the space beneath without bending the
should be given widfboiled or r
that more space is needed than WQ third spraying lime-sulphur. The lead .ar- Hotel, Buffalo.>> N. V., for free advice. RESOLUTION TO PROCURE PROPOSED harrow. leaf out of its original 1 position requires -

have. Six local communities of thlll EXPERIMENT STATION "President Harold F. McCormicksaid I ( care in distributing the sand.It .
third time 1 because
used this -
is not
preparing exhibits. I senate family with an abundatice of ; : This reduction is not justified may be done by means of a paper
county are light'l -
the foliage is injured' by I toa tul, nutritious food at the ;:; by any present or prospective reduction cone or funnel, through the small end

Escambia-Dairy-association ort Frequently" spraying! with this sub :ist and a ready sale can be found i ialways I I Whereas, the dispatches from: of manufacturing costs. It Is of which the sand may be trickled and
state that the department
I ganized Friday. Its purposes are, stance. [ for any surplus and' at a pro I Washington of agriculture contemplates the es. made chiefly to meet competition and distributed accurately in as fine a

better livestock, bettet farm products able price. enable our dealers to retain their position stream as desired.
FOR 1922 in the South of a experiment -
: tablishing
co-operative marketing of Buppl" in the tractor trade. The burden When the leaf is firmly supportedfrom
station and it is our belief
f.I and products. DAIRY ASSOCIATION MEETK G I of this reduction and the cost i of below pour sand over the top'of
that there is to be found no location
: Corn-It is not recommended that the plows or harrows presented 1 to it and continue up the stem to the
Santa Rosa-Have delivered more the Florida farmer plant corn as t a Dairymen who attended the Florida more representative or purchasers will be borne entirely by next leaf. Cover the flower itself in

than a thousand Satsuma orange money crop by itself. A liberal acreage airy Association meetings; in Tampa ,, that purpose than Bradford county; the company." the same way and keep pouring on the
I Therefore Be it Resolved, That we,
plants to farmers this week. of corn to supply his own need on February 7th and 8th agreed that Meet Ford's Endeavor sand until the whole specimen is twoor
the Starke Growers Association ofI
kk .. has its legitimate place in any ra- the"cattle fever tick is the greatest I Read it again and then consider thattendant I three inches below the surface.

r WANT TO RAISE MORE I'IUCIIESr I tonal: system of farming in Florin. menace to the dairy Industry in the I Starke, Florida, place ourselves, on circumstances. Not so long I Set the box in a dry place for threeor
record heartily in favor of the es-
This should be planted on well prepared quarantined Florida counties, anl as ago Edsel Ford gave an interview that four weeks. The sand, while hold ,
tablishment( of said proposed station I
> land and properly fertilize. they unanimously adopted the foJow-) the company lost $100 apiece on every ing every part of the plant in its natural -

We Floridians often ask Why is 1 It Along with the corn always should 1 be Ing resolution: I in Be Bradford it Further county Resolved; That wurge tractor manufactured in 1921. Officials position, will absorb the moisture '1

that we do not have the big peach planted cowpeas or velvet beans. Whereas, State and federal goverl senators and representati of the International Harvests ,and thoroughly dry the speci- \

yields we used to have? Because for Sweet Potatoes-This is a crop; ont officials engaged in tick eradi our Company know enough about manufacturing -!
to effort to locate said ate
? i Tnprly we did not have so many destructive 'which, has hot. been properly appreciated ion work in the quarantined state, use every costs to know that he spoke I men.Great care must be exercised in removing ;
and that
in Bradford
tion county, a
t insect and fungus enemies. in the South. With good man at a meeting in Birmingham, on Jan. the truth. When that tractor which I the sand; otherwise the flower -
of this resolution be mailed teach
Now we find worms and scales and gement there is no reason why sweet 19, 1922, adopted resolutions recon copy cost $100 more than the sale price to now dry and brittle, will be bro
of them and to our county
rots giving us trouble where formerly: potatoes cannot become a money crop ending that in free range counties one Tell" produce in 1921! was cut from $625 to ken. Much of the sand may be removed -
the Bradford County '
I I in this state. Certainly farmers are be released from state paper, < with but to get it
+ most!' such l things were unknown. no i territory for for the $395? International Harvester executives a spoon away 1
graph publication
Take the plum curculio which doell I justified in growing sweet potatoe, and federal quarantine until the work< : knew that Mr. Ford intended to from the flower it may be blown gent-

1r J ) so much damage- to peaches. This i is even as a food and feed crop. Is fully completed, while in stock 1 law of awakening interest in this propo- throw his personal fortune into the ly through a straw or tube. Be sure :!
sit ion.
I A !small' ]) weevil and has a long sno Peanuts and Velvet Beans-Thei counties the presence of a few tics Starke Growers Association, game of selling tractors at a huge los to remove all the sand from the upper

\ with which it punctures young fruit. are profitable crops and especially 110, Infested premises should not debar I G. C. CADY, to; corral what business is to be bad surface of a leaf or flower before attempting .1

It spends the winter in trash, under If we consider! their soil improving such county from being released from Secrets ,ind- to dominate the field when the to remove the sand below; )

j old boards and such rubbish as usual mlities. As a hog and cattle feed arantine, provided satisfacti I I r farmer begins to buy again. otherwise the delicate fabric will be .

lyilie about orchards and back yard. there is a big point in favor of thebean guarantees are made for complet Mr. Ford has said much about building broken.

In advising, a Florida farmer in and the peanut is possibly one af the work, and A record tarpon was caught near and selling a million tractors a When the flower is finally removed '

combatting this insect, Prof. J. ]R. af, the best fattening feeds for hog. Whereas, Dairymen in Florida Ft. Lauderdale by C. R. Allison, who year. Thus far he has had little luck it will be found to have been pressed \
landed silver king weighing 1 146
Watson, entomologist of the Florida As soil improvers these crops are al.most counties undertaking systematic tick a in the direction of this ambition. Las In its natural form, which it will retain -

experiment station, recently spoke RS essential to the farm and no rotation eradication work have consistently pounds. Mr. Allison, who is fram" year he built 36,000 tractors and lost indefinitely, if not broken. At

s I follows: system in the South should t'xelude dipped their cattle, resulting in practically Spencer, Ind., and a "tin can tourist, 3,600,000 thereby. He appears still first it will be xtremoly brittle, but

not them. eradicating the cattle fever only wegihs 122pounds. after absorbing certain amount of
"Keep the orchard clean. Do to hope that he may achieve the million a

h permit it to become a dumping center Home Gardens-Special attention ticks from a number of counties, but figure/ at which time he would nat moisture from the air during the next I

for trash and boards. If the tree iculd be given this year to the home haye not been able to get the funbt'neflts SAMPSON:; : CITY be operating at a loss. few hours it will be much less so. It

t, are large and cast dense shades, the I irden. The land to be used! for a from that work on account of t I Have these things in mind when is hardly necessary to say that a glass

i fallen peaches, wastes and cull, ICarll'n; should be specially prepared :infection scattered by range cattlewhich I Sampson City, Feb. 17.-Mrs. W. J. you read what Mr.! McCormick has to case is the safest place in which to

should be raked out in the middle of and highly fertilized with farm manurE's. had not been regularly dipper Robertson and :Mr. Bundel made a ay about the price being entirely! keep such beautiful and fragile spe-

the row so that the sun can shine upon It should be convenient to thehome srefore be it business trip to Starke Friday.Mr. competitive, about protecting his deal cimens on exhibiton.-Wauchula Ad-

i them and kill the .grubs of the cui and well fenced from hogs, cat. Resolved That the Florida] Dairy and Mrs. W. C. Hunt spent ers and about the company losing irocate.

culio. tie! and chickens. Some plantings cane sociation recommends enactment estate Sunday at Hampton with Mrs. 1"1 money at the game. Incidentally,

"After the young grub in the fallen I made in this garden practically every a law providing that any countywhich Hicks. I have them in mind when consideringthe No Worms In a Healthy Child

fruit has completed its growth it goes week in the year and the cultivation wishes to adopt stock law regulations Mrs. W. J. Roberson and Miss 1 Edith fact that the International Har- All children troubled with Worm have *u ual -
thor -llhycolor,which Indicate. poor blood ud.a
; into the ground. For this reason thorough should be regular and very may do so by a majority vote Sloan spent Saturday at Grabs ester Company will give away plows rule. then U more or tou uonuch dlaturbnooaGROVE'S )

cultivation is an Important aUlCh.Pork. of the qualified electors taking part on business.I. worth $125 to $175 with each tractor TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regularly 1.

method of keeping down the curculio. Production-Florida is buying In I any general or special election forthat T. Thomas and son, Orie, spent ought. Improve for the two dlgeetlon or three,week aodactaa will a.oeraIStnoatb.enrich the blood; 1

As the insect is rarely more than an !''Ieveral! million dollars' worth of pork purpose in such county, so the Sunday with Mrs. M. B. Harris. Ford Ahead of Game nloa Tonic to the whole nratem. Nature will than .,

beneath the surface, cultivation annuaUy. Every farmer should haveane p'roJCressive; counties may go; aheimptly'with Messrs. Carl and Jack Wynn throw offer dispel! the wrmod. the Child will.b.
were circumstance
inch or so Mr. Ford is in fortunate In perfect bo""h.' Pleasut to take.'7So per tool
I" I
i need not be deep, 'but should or more sows and provide themwith eradication of the cattle visitors to Starke Sunday. : to begin this price war. While e
j (
I yis r green, !growing crops and saniary fever ticks and get relief from Mrs. S. C. Harris is visiting her other tractor companies have their 'sly

I; t\i\ CALOMEL GOOD HUTAWUFLLY surroundings. Farmers should quarantine restrictions, and start realdairy mother, Mrs. Bettie Connerly, of yards full of tractors and other farm COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

t 'I' ', TREACIIEROUS nat give up the raising of hogs, even" farming development Brooker, for a few weeks. machinery they cannot sell, the Detroit -

.I '', -- hough: present market conditions ancouraglng. Messrs. Jim, Jesse and Howa wizard has unloaded practically a Full Line of

r ''I,'+b Next: Dose May! Salivate Shock Lire People must eat, andork YOU CAN GROW COTTON Thomas, of New River, were in town all 1 of his tractars-on protesting deal. UnJ.rt ".r.' Supplies
; Or Attack Bones Is a staple food. one day last week. erll. These dealers do not get the

11"' Other Livestock-The most vcononvI Dock Warren spent Saturday an<1 benefit of the AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
) recent cut. find
They .
.. For Others Always hand. The best service
is Rules Have Won on
1 You know what calomel is. It Is; I way of marketing many crops Sunday at Gainesville. themselves with half a dozen to fifty
at the lowest" pricea.'Sperciale
n And Will Win For You
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel Is dan I by feeding them to livestock. Every I W. C. Hunt was a visitor to Jacksonville actors which they were induced by attention to telegraph! or-
It crashes into sour bile like farmer, therefore, should strive to and Gainesville last week.
gerous. 1. Grow one-third to one-halt lessacreage : various devices to purchase at the oldprice. ers. Registered Embalmer.
ds dynamite, cramping. and sickening maintain his livestock, especially goodeef Mr. and Mrs. T. Morgan have moved They lost the $2 l Calomel attacks the bones and and dairy cattle, so as to have per plow. here from Gainesville. '
r you. the 2., Select big, open fields, awayfram ; DeWTIT C. JONES
should never be put Into your sye. sufficient number to consume Mr. and Mrs. T. Morgan and Me. Thus the wily Mr. Ford will obtain
+ Where ad. woods. 9 STARKE FLA i1XI"IJU
) surplus feed on the farm. Smith made business I to
ft f tem. 3. Choose!' warm, welldraineikmaking Hogan a trip millions of words of free advertising
farm dairying
feel bilious, headachy, constipated itageously situated llIlWUBRiJ Ii
p \-.. If you land. heressa Monday. and -suffer little. The Ford dealer
and all knocked out, just go will 1 prove profitable. Livestock will S. E. Jones visitor 1 to
,M 4. Apply more fertilizer at plan* Mrs. was a gets 17 1.2 per cent commission for
and get a bottle ofDodson's nat; only pay a good profit for feed ; '
to your druggist ainesville Wednesday. selling a tractor. By the time he deducts
r3 Inlt time. (Then 75 to 100 pounds ofnitrate ASPIRINName
: consumed but will materially increase :.
Liver Tone for a few cents very of soda before squarer Miss Nona Brown spent Saturday the $230 which Mr. Ford has
n 4 fJ fr which is a harmless vegetable substitute the supply of farm manure, ) and Sunday at Graham with her cousin. chopped off the price of the machineat
calomel. Take a thus saving the fertility that otherwise -
for dangerous Miss Edith Brown. retail this commission
seed of best
5. Use GenukM
would her sold from the farm. pure "Bayer" on .
doesn't straighten !
and if it
of New River
):i spoonful I George Gilyard, across the ledger page into the red ink .
'q1 t you up better and quicker than nasty Poultry-Florida is not growing Habitual constipation! curedIn a business call here Sunday. "..
'k calomel; if it doesn't start your liver anythint! like the poultry that is needed 14 to :21 DaysXFOS Mrs. W. S. Nabb has returned to area.Like the flivver the Fordson comes

without making you sick, you just go in the state, and it is recommend<, ) WITH PEPSIN" Is a speciaU icksonville where she is under phjiana' stripped. None of the competitors of QOlrv /. ,.
.J. ed that much more attention be given Syrup Tonlc-Laxa Ive forHabltui .
\\f t" back and get your money.Don't bueshould : care. the machine charge that it Is not well } .
calomel It makes to this valuable branch of the Jlvestock Conatlpatlan. It relieves promptly D
Fr, K take you be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day built, of honest materials. They do U ..
sick the next day; it loses you a day's industry. It will pay. action. It Stimulates andRegulateL
r : to Induce regular say that, like the flivver, the first cost I'
Liver Tone straighten Bee Culture-The proper handling Pleasant to Takj. 800per
1 \ I work. Dodson's a Very should be added to the equipment and
t feel great. of few hives of bees upon every boucle.
I right up and you a
extras'necessary to put it into the
No salts necessary. Give it to the farm will prove both profitable andinterC'sflng. 1886
field if
adequately equipped, pricesare
\ of TONIC
harm- These few colonies A
children because it is perfectly to be And
compared. they
s; i less and cannot salivate.-Adv-65 bees will furnish the,farmer and his Oro".'. Tasteless chill Tonic restore 9
< be compared in corner ,
\ every grocery .
and Vitality by Purifying
k orgy
j)' -- store in the country from today until Warning Unless ;yes .sets the IIiIIIIMI
--0"- the Blood. When you feel It DAVISINSURANCE "Bayer" on package or on tablets yon
the is
atrenlltbenlng,Invigorating effect, see how war over. are not getting ae. Aspirin |-

It brings color to the cheeks and how icribed by phyaiciauu for iwentyonejyears
L GENERAL INSURANCE Nowadays when a fellow begins to &nd proved safe by million*. Take
ie improves the appetite you will thenappreciate
speak of the "best sellers" the thirsty Aspirin only a. told la the Bayer peak
; C. WALL Us true tonic value. nge for OoUs, Hoadaclie. Neuralgia
HAROLD Grove'a Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Immediately forget everything else luieunatinn, Kara:b. Toothache Lum-

fron and Quinine suspended 'In syrup Sopleasant and begin to mill around In a desperate l>ago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of

STARKE FLORIDA even children like It The bloodneeds effort to locate the entrance. twelve Byer Tablet of Aspirin cost few
a enrte. nruggist also sell
larger padci -
QUININE to Purify U and IRON toinch
t .. Act
e p4rin to the trade mawfcVoC3e.yer
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Y FEBRUARY 17 1922.

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;; tie daughter, Flora, were visitors to of thu lied. chock equal to I cent of the amount Warranla ... t{
interior of the church building per Imiuei ........,.-..-,._? Dunk of Hlarke relic Sept 10, 13
I Worthington Saturday. which has now quite a home-like and of bid bund unit truMteea! chrck. f to Uratlford be pnyHlilo to the Morldti boardof I Ilulance Feb. 1, 11122, _._._.n________. 878.83 24. Oct. I n__pay____. ____. __________., 101.11"A /
() county. Dralnag. Fund
:Messrs. Willis Pinkston John Scat cosy appearance. Tho ceiling and 1 All bidden. Bhnll anvcify the amount of Balance Jan. 1. 11122 _____.___...____ 120.00 A Dunlen. expense truatoe ._____.__ l.BO "
bond bid for and the tin.,, within Hank nf Htarke nay roll Oct. R, 18 22,
and Desmond Dukes which the Kecrlpta during month ___._.._.....
Sity. Mr. Jones, don't you think I'll I of Dukes, were walls' are in cream and buff color and bidder will comply\ with the term thereof Warrant, liiauvdi _.---_.*_............ SO ---. _-_--_- --_---_--_------ S1 .4O
fmtikf detective in thia community& Sunday after. tho seats and woodwork in after notice I. Kiven by tho cold clerk of .nlilboard lliilnnco Eel 1. 11128) --_.__--..._____ 120.00 A A Punli. exponaf, trustee,.......... I."'"
great some day ? antiqueoak a C Sweat hrldite Irnnber .
a I of bond l truntoe thnt delivery of honda Wldoon I',n.llln Fend. --- -----

\VulI, Sliver, you are starting out noon.D. /finish. can be mado. Balance Jan. 1. 11122 ....___._______. 920.31 .1 I W W Ilval Amlrewa cutting eaa loge and out oil of_rood_.____-____._ 24.Jt't'!! t't'I
W. Dukes of Alachua, was in Certified cheok above tvferrml to IB to be Kocclpla, ilurlna month -..?_--..._. .11 K !M Coleman cuttlntc ,love out of road .
rljt'bt. this Sam J. White is an oM mid tried dopontted aa a mmrante of full comiillnnce, Warrant IMBUIM ____n_........_____. SftO.Ou I J P Cnniiva aalary, for October _______
What are you going to do if these I community Sunday, the guest of Irl'nlll\nd counsellor of the commun- with the bid ubtnilUHl. and In tho event of Illllanco 1'Vb. I. lull --____._--______ 831.13: (!iOn C While clerk. fog OcUiher __nn.. '
friends.. the acceptance of pitch bid and the failure on AcrlrullurBl Fund (i (T Sweat hriilun' lumber ...._______. 125.000'j'j
I men are proven to have stolen this I I ity and has their confidence to a man, tho part of the bidder to comply with thutertnH Balnne Jan. 1, UlliJ --.u 45,00ltcoiiite .1 K Cnnova (Jonea a Roberta) bridge
( ? II thereof seine shell be conalilfrod liquidated during month ____......___. fl.Oj tlmlH-r _On ______n_____________. 1 S2.8! .
load of wire I earned by several years of consistent ilnmnuo. and be retained by a*mid Warrant IHBUIM ________._u_____. II C Wall I trustee bonds -. 75.0
Oh, I'll just surround em. OI'TICEU CII.nGESlmy IS and faithful Christian ministry spent board. of bond Irtutee tbe Balance Feb. 1. 11122 __. __h_______-. 84.03 Town of ,f.J7..O\ :: rata road 1 tax __. 18.1.84: i
FULL OF "I'KUSSIAMSM"Risking :; : Fubruary 1. ID22. M I 1) Newman, work on taola _n.___. .1,00\ *
Well]], here they are. Get busy. I among them ten or more years ago. Sail! county bond are to nn tuned. under Brad.font County Hank of Ktarko pay yolk Nov H, 12 19 1
I Chapter RHiia( of the Special\ Act of 1921 of Stan of Florida.I I IVc :2 __._._.___......._________. 884.80
Why they don't seem to be scared He has recently concluded a meeting tho State of FlnriilM, and to be humed for thepurpone C 0 Sweat lumber __________________ .I. II' ..
I much. court martial for Insubordination at Winter Haven in which there were of Rrailmir, coil hard mirfacinir. certain of hereby the certify that the torcuolnir Btat ment W I'revatt cutllnw toga _nn.___... 8.00.
t>ubllo road.. and improving and, eroding reeelpta coil diabunement of the t HurniwB .itaa and. oil 1 -..... 5,23'
No I guess they are all right. a junior officer of thu army 33 additions and Is at present in a other public rund of aaiit Hradford county, fund of Bradford County for the month of j.1 K Caninn Biliary for November;:;;; ---.. 128.00: !
January. 11122. I Ia true and correct to tha beatof .,, '
has Florida. ( White clerk for November ...... 10.< .
Howdy, Mr. Smith. Howdy, Mr. gone over heads of his superiors meeting Mclntosh.: The Mild bon,,' of bond trti.ti.e. reaerve. the my knowledge anil belief.O. | (I W WamwrlHht lumber and nalla .. I't't'4 i '.:
to address a communication to Come and Blake to right. to reject any and all blilH.liy W. ALDERMAN J W White and Bon mill., nn_______ J.t.Sl I
I Gordon. Get your wire home all O. everybody help ardor of the saId board of bom! (SEAL) Clerk Circuit ,; t.I1r.Mord NI l Hull ado ___n__.. __u_ ________ 2.00
IK. ? President hurtling, alleging "Prus- I. help White to help the church to help Bradford County. Floriun.B. County.By W M Bryan go and oil ____.__-?-- 8.3S.

Yes sir do think will have i 'sianism" favoritism and inofllciency the community to help God to make S. MATTHEWS. C. A. Dumty KNIGHT.Clerk.FIN I Total .. .4(125.88.
we ------
you Chairman Hoard. of Ha nil Trtuter ---------- -- ----
| enough to fence this field? rules .in the army, and that a powerful bad men good and good men better Atteat. : I, .Inly 1. 1021. to canh Kecapltulallnn on .hand-1201;; 97

not know clique of senior officers has spread by the power of the Gospel. C. A. FUTCn. AM ML STATEMENT 'To amt received. .._ __________9711.72
If you do you where to Secretary. Board ot Bund TruBtee ilfithunienienta ______
I illy 4823.aH.&
terror Financial statement of the board of bond. tvus.tee u.
I come for more. j among junior officers of the I Good preaching good singing, good 2-io.Bua-io. for Siierinl' Road and Ilrldii Dlatrlrt Pec :il. to amt on hand ___._ 8H8.84

service. music, good :fellowship and a good No. 1. Bradford county. Florida. covering period I
Sure. Where are you going, :Mr. CLERK'S REPORT from July 1. 11121.! t.. December 81. 11121. I 51100.80jDee.
The letter which is time for except the devil. --- ,
signed by JIaj. everyone
| Jones ? Stark". Flu.. February 1. 1922. Kecclpta' 31. 1021 canh on hand ._ 3H8.8I
Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson] ] cavalry] Come and enjoy it all. Report of th, Clerk of the Circuit Court "rnm-- I
Oh, down here a few miles to sell amtr In and for Itraifford County. Florida on ae. K W llayoa tax collector __hU___ 281.4(1 .
I an International Tractor. Can't U. S. A., was sent directly to the count. of tex* aiaivBed for the year 1'121. () W Alderman clerk of court: --_.____1940.0.1 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
White House. In it :Maj. Nicholson E.: W. HAYF.S.Ta Stain Comptmtler l IHX reilemptlun ____ ..84V. In Circuit Court Stale of Florida. F.1..h..
you see your way clear to buy one A few people live for self alone and Collector W Hayea tax collator _n _._ hu 818.18 Juilrlfal Circuit, Bradford County. In Chaneery. : -
I this ? asks the president to investigate thf the public is quite willing to let it go: To Bradford Connty i: W Hayes tax collector _____u"' u_ 9.91 .
season situation County Proper Hond A Bridge Plst No. 1. Aluchua Dan Saner. 'f.
Hardly this year, but I'm going to among the officer personnelof at that. Jan. 1. to bal duo _.________._._____ S.ISIl.oa I county _--- -_----.-:__---- --- 188.77 I Complainant
the regular army and institute reforms By amt collected __.._____h____.. _u 120.66 Stato comptroller tax redumption ____ .10 .11.8. I
have one next year. K W Have tax collector ____._._____ 1.40 Anna >> ...er.
Well give me a chance) when do that will have the support of It Is often the case that the smaller Feb. I. to bal due ____nn _h._____ 9.614.KA :rn..t Amua tax redemption h_______ ..13K Defendant. '
yoa: former officers both of the regular Afiimltural. Fund W Hayes tax collator --_______--___ 9Blt.9.l ,]'i It appearing by alTldavIt appended l to ta... I .
buy. the man the bigger the tombstone Jan. 1. to bal due ____--.-___.___... 4 B.1" 1,111 fll.il In tha ove-Uted. cauaa that An... ,
army as well as the reserve corps and that Is erected to his I By amt collected ___.....____.__..__.. &08 Total -. ------ .----------.----8717.72 .1 Hella Sawier. the defendant therein nameit ia \"<
Sure thing. Would not think of memory. lburemsnt; j;''a rmldunt of the State of Florida and I III ..
from national guard. Feb." 1, to hal buying anyone else, for I'll The author told the president that NOTICE, !: OF APPLICATION FOR CHARTER Counlr Road and Bride I 28. July 2 _____u__.......______ 803.18 I be, hail upon her and I. over the aite
know where (o go when I need re Notice l I. hurebjr (rlvrn that "e. the under- Jan..]. to bal due __..______________ 9,7Sn.58 Ford. (iaraire; .iraaoline and oil .._____.. 7.47 I i iI of twenty- me Prorim It ia therefore. onlereiithat
he is fully conscious that his charges tlirnpil and our .i.O pairs. submitted through irregular] channels ". 1>. 1922. apply to the Hon. A. V. Long K Burrows itmtollne and oil _____n..._ 17.28 ,1 rvuuli-ed to appear to the bill of complaint
Sure would. So ] Mr. Judge of the Circuit Court In anil fur Brailfonl Fob. 1, to hAl duo .-_______--___._00 9,01400 J E Futch expense to Tallahassee .___ 28.02 1' tiled in Bald cause on or before Monday th*
you long! may force him out of the army. Thefact' County, Florida at hla office In the city County School Mm Alma McMillan typing road lIll.. 10.00 l I 16th day of March. 1922. otherwise the .11.-
Smith.I that he has ] of Palatka, Putnam County, Florida at one Jan. 1, to bal duel --_._.____________19,471.04 C M McKlnney Itnnl.er __________h____ 10.28 'I gallons of Bald lilll will be taken a* O violated regulationsin. o'clock In ho P. M.. or .. ....,n thereafteraa By amt collected _______--____--_--__ 241.31Feb. D C Jones cms cut anw and handle_ 7.00 j I b"la'r\ :: ':.nt'rd.; "
guess I won't try to be a detectiveMr. the we can be heard for an order Incorporating. .___ h "" that this order barpiibllahwl
addressing president Maj. Tnwn of Stark* pro mLA road tax 875.57
u> and our ........I.u. Into a Body Corporateto i to bal diie, _._ ___ _. one a week fur four eonBecutlv
: Jones. n. nn .J9.22K.73 Gee C W hue clerk for June ._n______ 10.00 week. In the Bradford.
Nicholson] declares should added he known aa "TUB WOMAN'S CLUB OF County Teleirraph afl'w.taivr
give County Polla .1 F Canova salary for June ___ ___ ___ U .n.. publlahi'd In said and
Don't get discouraged. It is a good weight to the seriousness of his char- STARK The object of aald Corporation I fa to work Jan. I. to bal! due _______________.__ 637.00 Consumers Lumber Co nalla __.____.. ..08O I Thia January 24. 1922. county elate.
By amt collected, ___ ________ ___
thing to keep your eyes open. Here's for mental and moral development and elvlomprovement nu nun_ ___ 7.00 C Sweat lumui.r n __ 8.1.40( G.! W. ALDERMAN.
A A 1)i.r.lon truatea. expense ......._u 1.80 (Seal) < Circuit Court.
where our man lives. Guess he's not ges.Maj.. Nicholson, it is understood has The proponed corporation' shall not be for ,Feb. I. to bal due, _uun_______ 080.00 W It Andrews do -. .-______u_______ 2 Oil By' J."rt KNIUHT. l
iroflt. but It may receive: own and ailmlnlar '.- Total Sub School Town nf Hampton pro rata road lax 135.nO I Deputy Clerk.
at home. Go in, Sliver, and see.. the support of several senators and property for the eetnbllBhment and maintenance Jan. 1. to bal due ____--._--_.__--_. -C,6(0.S A A Dunlen naIl, and niad: 1 Inspection 20.00 FLOYD GREEN!: : A R. A. CREKNDullcttura .
No one at home. civic of the! corporation.The By amt collected, ______--__________-- 70.HH Bank of Htsrko pay rolla: July 9. 18, 23, I tur Complainant. l-27-Bt-2-t4.
various patriotic and organiza- proponed charter I. now on file In thn $0------------------------------- 2SO.OO
.. .
Well, jump in and we will go back. i tin: and is prepared to submit evidence office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Feb 1. to bal dim. _hnu________ 8.870.80& (,eo u wnuo:: mare:' for: ;: uune: u .. .. 'U uii'n
Jraclford Count Florida. Sub" School Banda J K Cnnova nalltry for August .- 128.00 .
Say, Mr. Jones, don't tell pa thatI to back the general charges he MRS. W. E MIDDLETON.MRS. Jan. 1. to bal dim __00_._________.__ 3,044.07 ConBiimera Lumber Co Bilpnllea ___n_ .40 ;. MASTER'S SAUl
went off the scent to W. C. POWELL lly amt eollecteil ____n____________ BO.nS M D Newmana aharnenlnir. tool. ___on 1.80 Nolle In hereby given that under and by .
on wrong makes to the president. lie nerved MRS. O. M. INMAN. K Burrow o-nmilinn and nil -. _._ H.28 virtue ot that certain final decree of foreeloaurn -

catch a thief. during the World War in command of MRS. C. A. FUTCH. Feb. 1, to bill dui _____. _____nn_ ". 84.62 Bryan iirocery Co Biippllna ____.___ ._u 10 KK 11122\ made by Honorable and entered A. V.on I.onir January. juilue 8, of A. thoClroiilt p.
2-3.41-2-24. O. W. ALDERMAN. Ford Garau oil\ Mllpplioa __ .... 11.00
No, of course not. Say, Sliver, gota an infantry battalion in Siberia. He Court In and for Bradford County.
Clerk Circuit Court. Ilrailfonl ('n. 1'"I"rol.h| puhllBhlnir aemi In that certain wherein I. ft.Hhoilin S
good knife? also served on the Mexican border and ORDER FOR PUBLICATION (ISo.11 By C. A. KNIGHT annual atatement ._____.___.__ .__ 13.00 Florida, and T. R. Henderson cause, partner. doIng
In Circuit$ Court State of Florida. EIghth Deputy Clerk i Tom Mills. drift "bolta _____._-______ '" 480 hii.lne.* under the Arm name of Khixlnn and
No, sir; broke mine. In the Philippines. Judicial Circuit. Bradford County In Chan Clark Wlloirx bridge lumlwr u_____... K7.NO Henderson. are complainant, and l F. O. Look at these. See knife cery. FINA:>'('IAL STATEMENT OF COUNT! J W White A lion Biiiipllm _.___.'____ 1.25 wine and Julia fluodwine are dwfendanta the
{ any you Annie G. Fettlt Joinpd by her hiuImnd 'FUNDS (J M lievlll brIdge timber _____n__... 11.112) i iindcmfifnad will offer for aal* and will pill\
would like? FOR EX-SEKV1CK. MEN and next friend A. M. Monthly. ? financial, Btatement of Bradford C H Hunter pay. roll Handemon road __ IIA28Fonl -- for each to the blithest and bent blilih,' 'r. In
I'cttit. county for the Month of January, 1022. < arau* Bupplloa .unnu It Ill) front of the courthouse door In .Stark.. Bradford .
They're mighty fine but can't buy; Complainant. General Fund O C Sweat bridge lumber ___n_______ 18.AO County, FlorIda on Monday, the 8lh dny'or
haven't any There have been to the va'lorvnta Ralnnca Jan. 1. 192Z _____________--_8H2R.03Keceipui (!eo C While clerk fur Auiciwt ._______ 10 nil .' March. A. D. Hit. during the Iniial bourn
I' money. reported Freymuth and Catherine during month _____n_ u n_ 2HII.78 .1 F anova eatery fop Aimuat _________ 128.00 r>f nail for the I'Url".or. satisfying saul. fl-
But I'moing to give you one. I district office of the United. States '....ymuth, hi. wife. Warrant umuiil .__________ _._____..2.17161) N B Hull aupplle _____--___________-- 288 nnl decree. the fnllnwtnir real estate and i.eraonal -
That's fine of I'll take Defendant Balance Feh. I I. 11122 ----_________.__1743.110' K llurrowa no* oil ..._____.._--.____... 12.H8 property" In II rail"'ford C mighty you. Veterans Bureau a number of instances bll'ltft nppearfnir I by affidavit nrponjlnd to the Fine and Forfeiture F.n4Ralanc I. II 11111 road. work .________________ 1278 to-wltt S
,\ that white handled one. I in which attorneys are charging. In the abnvo-ataUid ;clime that Flor. Jan. I. 1922 ________________27fl0.nil Bank nf fltarke pay roll AUR 41. 13 I'i Th. North Half of the Southeast Onarter
enti Freymuth and Catherine Freymuth the Ri-celpU during month .---___-___-- S.'Ul.BI: \ 211. 27. Sept. S ____________._.____ 38S.H8 of the Northeast Quarter of Section. IK. Town-.
That's too light for a big boy like claimants] who applied for compensation lefonilante therein named are non-realdenU of Wn..n'aSIl'" ____ __----_--_------1804.78 A A Dunlen expense ____un_._____. l.nO chin 4. a It. 22 Bant, Containing 20 acre, mo.. \
That's a lady's knife cost $3. vocational training fees in excess the Mtat* of Florida and they are realdnnte HIIlance Feb. I. 1922 __. _n_ _____1242.41 W H Andrew. do _______._____....... 2.00 0rAls*. Eleven head of cultln anil
you. I or of the City of Wiuhlnicton D. C.. 200 Flintitrevt Stood Fund Ford Cnraiie auppIlM __________.__. ___ 1H.H8 (It 1) slock
Here is a good strong knife costing of the amount allowed by law, N. W.. and. ore over the awe of tweo- Rnlnnca Jan. I. 1022 _hn__.________ 110.42'R'o"h.1a ) .1 W White A Son .miiillea| | ._ ._ I VT.K their I>). Increase marked nine elope'* the In 2Inl! tIny of July.slop"A.
I 'y one ycnra l It In therefore ordered that aald durlnir month .. H7 llurruwa oil _____._ ____._ .. '178 on car upper
tin* ,
That's better for -- CoIl under bit inthe other branded Dla
75 cents. you. which amount is $3: for each claim non-reHldunt defendant, ho and ear,
.. are hereby reliilred Warrant lHaurd ______n______..n_?- 14.at) F B Abernathy bridge work _____hu 21.UKA m..n.ll".
::1 Yes, sir; thank you. How much are I In, mid to appear to the before bill of complaint flied llalanca Feb. I. 1U22 _____00_________ 78.00 A Uurili'n' pay mil on Starke and 1 A. /. ADKINB.
enuHe on or Monday the 6th
filed.The FnadBnlance .. ..._ ______.__ 82.00
Oul.t.ndlnf .
toy of March, A. I). \ Hampton road -- n Special Mauler In Chancery.A.
these knives? I bureau has adopted1 the policy I ivationH of cold till! 1\122.will be otherwise taken .the. .1.. Jan. 1. 1(122 _____00____.____ 878.1)9 .1. K. Canova salary for Hurt 00_____ .I n.oll') S. CHKWS.Solicitor' .
Oh, they run from 25c to $3; all of prosecuting every attorney or other by unlit defendant. oonfHHMl ItiMieipta during month ____00____.__. Goo C WHU clerk for Sept. ________ 10.00 for Complainants. z-3-Ot-S-S
I It In further onforml that thia order be .
\ kinds and prices. person illegally charging fees in excess once a week for four oonaecutlve "' ....k. -- -- ..--- ---.-- .. -- -- .u._ _. _
You must have been cleaning house of $:U.OO for handling claims 'In the Ilrailfonl"' County Teleirraph. a n"w>.
Doper publliihed In nid county and .ta...
-your store looks so slick and clean. against the bureau. It is not necessary Thin February I. 11)22.
Guess it is because you have a womanon that a claimant take his case to (Se.l) Clerk Circuit Court.,

the job. They are great for havIng a lawyer inasmuch as this bureau willi| By C. A. KNKJIIT.
roputy C">rk.
things slick and clean.IUIADFOK1) assist him in the preparation at his :IE. M. JOHNS. I
| Solicitor for Complainant. 2-8-51-3-3
claim and inform him or the )papers.
NOTICE!: OK HAI.E OP .tlVO.OIln.lia, a PER
necessary. I CENT COUNTY lONJS
attorney in the )presentation of any Ili-rvby notice I. .itlven that tho board of CommercialJob

Bradford, Feb. 17.-Mrs. :M. D. claim against the bureau. bond truHteea of Ur..leorC..unt". Florliln will .
rrcelva Healed bids for the purchane of Ilir.O.Olltf.OU ..
Harrell spent last week here with rel Unfortunate and illiterate disabled ( of county bond. of the county of Brad
ford State of Florida up to and Including
atives. ex-service men are being made the the 15th .dn" of March. 1B22.

Sumner Andreu and wife visited the victims. of unscrupulous attorneys SRI| | county bondH are to be dated tho Amt '
day of January. 11122. and be
arv to In do-
1atter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Denni- who are dc-frauding! them of a considerable nomination of Sl.OIIO.flO each and to bear In.teroot .

son, of Midway, Saturday and Sun- portion of the amount of mon payable at neml-anniwlly the rate of .4*on per January cent per lat annum anil Printing .

ey allowed for compensation or train July lat of each year with Interest couponiiattached.
day.J. The principal and Interent of Bald
V. Edwards returned Friday after ing. All such cases reported are being county bomlB are pnynble at the banking. house

a week's visit with friends and relatives investigated through the pro..ecution of-id the state Hanover of New National York. Bank In the city

in South Florida. section of this bureau and those The amount of bomb offered for Bale la
OIao,000.oo.<> and the principal of Bald .
'v. H. Harrell, wife and daughter/ i persons found guilty will be dealt with bond. hall be due and payable In ...rl..*county from

Lucile, were business visitors over to severely. five to thirty "e.... respectively from dato
thereof and to be lulled In eerie. Blila will
Worthington Saturday. I Respectfully he accepted up to two o'clock p. m.. on Manh .\

Mrs. W. M.JIarrell M. D. Harrell M. BRYSON, 'ft.with 1022.C. A.All"FuUh bidden aa aecretary are reuulred of Bald to doped hoard I .

and Mrs. Leonard Cook were visitors ,j! District Manager, U. S. Veterans' BuI of bond t....._, at Stark., Florida, a certlnaton -

to the county seat Friday. reau. v
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A. L. Greene and wife of Pine Hill, f Urvs'e Tusleleao c.- 7.... CARDS

passed through here Saturday enroute :SAM; J. WHITE COMING: TO LAKE *vitality ant energy by purifyIng and >
; rlchln. the blood. You can BOOH feel k*StrenitanlJil > POSTERS
to Little Springs. BUTLER lavliluraiina CfT,.",. Price: at*.
Rev. G. W. S. Ware filled his regular -I ENVELOPESBILL

appointment here Sunday. Practically every one in Luke Butler -

Rand Crews and father attended ; and the surrounding county are LODGE DIRECTORY HEADS S .

t services here Sunday. in an attitude of expectancy in anti- .

; Mrs. Lenoard Cook and baby returned -I. cipation of the arrival of Sam J. F. A: A. M. NOTEHEADS .

to their home at Ft. White White on Feb. 19th to conduct a series Bradford Lodge No. 35, F &: A. M., .

':' Sunday. of evangelistiic services in the meets every 2nd and 4th Monday WINDOW CARDS -\

Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards and lit- First Christian church there. nights at 8 o'clock. "Visiting brother

;1 I -' The church has been making prep- welcome. Members expected to be C SHIPPING TAGS

Packets Of artions for this effort. The pastor present. .

.: Million II. Blake, has been.working overtimeon L. G POWELL, VT. It.K. LETTER HEADS .

Flower Seeds FreeWe the decoration and re-arrangement W. HAYES, Soo',. I

believe In flowers around the I .

homes of the South. Flower brightenup
the home surroundings and give II MAhY LIKE! THIS IN STARKE i. u. o. r. C
pleasure and ntlsfactJon to those who May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. .., ,

have them. --- meets every Tuesday night at 7:30.:

I We have filled more than a million All members should be present, T..-
beautiful yet Similar Case Being In .
packets of seeds of lUng brothers welcome. S

ea Uy grown flowers to be given to Each ''Ulle. 1:. W. HAYES, N. G. :
thin spring.Vouldn't The following. case U. but one of
our customers '
five In St rke. It Sec'y.
% you like to have many occurring daily

packet.. or beautiful flowers tree? In an easy uiutttjr to verify it. You ,

YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings cannot oak for better proof. W. O. w. BradfordCounty

19S3 catalog Is a 100-page( handsomely U.. Burrows prop. of tire vulcan.' All Friends Camp No. 138, W. O. : -

Uluatraied seed book full from coverto izing sboji. :SUrkj: nays: "I got W., meets every Friday night at 8 S

cover of truthful descriptions and down with lay back. livery move I o'clock at I. O. O. F. hall." Visit!*)* I

:, Ulnetratlon. of vegetables. Dowers aDd made sent Intense pan: shooting: Sovereigns and members requested to

farm crops. It l la full of helpful garden : across my back and into my tips. be -

flower and farm Information that; To lift anj thing heavy or even to present.
to needed In every Southern home.and bend or straighten quickly! caused D. L. RIG BY, C, C. -S
how to .
. too. the catalog tells you free. my back to twucb. My kidneys J. W. MORGAN, Clerk. ,
seeds absolutely
get these flower -
catalog now. It didn't act as freely a* they should
for our
Write and beautiful and the secretion appeared abnor .
to the finest moss valuable and mal. I felt weak most all the time
seed book ever 666Will
,. you will be mighty glad y i've got It. and had no ambition. Finally L 7 elegraph
of Doan'a Pills and
There is no obligation to buy any learned Kidney

thing. Just ask for the catalog. andIt commenced to take them. They break a Cold Fever and

will come by return man.' brought me qu.'ck: relief and won Grippe quicker: than anything

H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN 'Jils trouble entirely disappeared." we know, preventing pneumoniaAdv.

;, ATLANTA. GA. i-. > ..' a.i dealers. Don't STARKE. FLORIDA

simply uk for a kidney rel1)edy-get

Doao's KICpey: Plll -the tame. that
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had. ,
It's the Mr. Burrow
Fever and LaGrippe. Take LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tabkrt 1 I
remedy we know- }fra., Buffalo. N. Y. atop the Count end jiesdeohe and work. off t*>
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L ;gl Tfl. I I Ia professional visitor here this week. '''I'week, is improving at this writing. Saturday night and Sunday. Every- ,Good Health Of
; .
:: I 1n.: Watterson. and family, who Lonnie Harley was a visitor to body cordially invited to come.

.. ... --,. I] have been residing in the I' :M. Gciger Starke Tuesday.Miss Mrs. Rachel Tyson of New River,

I residence, have recently moved to I : Marguerite Godwin entertained spent last Saturday and Sunday with Children From

Count News Items I the cottage owned by W. H. Griffin on \! a party of young folks from Starke her daughter, Mrs. Joe Hodges

:Main street. Saturday afternoon. Dora Tyson !pent last week in our.

.1 J. V. Jones and mother, Mrs, Hester 'I 1 Miss Verlie Sapp of Starke, visited section. Rich Blood
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OurIJ .I Jones, visited her brother, R. R.i friends in Lawtey Saturday and .,

I tUrctln, Pacts Gathered During! the Week by Wynn, of Starke, who is very ill at Sunday.The TIIEKESSATr
Regular Correspondents. I his home there. death of George W. Carter occurred -

I III I.I. J. B. Prevatt, of Starke, was the II III at his home here Friday from "resna! Feb. 17.Rev] J. B. Crews : UP BY GLIDE'SPEPTOMANGAN

-AI"11' --- -_-_ 'guest of his mother, Mrs. Mary Prevail tuberculosis. He had been confined to of Long Bridge. filled his appointment I
t fti \ 1 tisr' I II last Sunday hilt home for many months. He was here ut the Christian church on
\ You one child strong and robust
: i see

tlilii/ ''
r ;: Mrs. Idella Priest is visiting her raised in this county and was about Sunday, morning and evening.
I .
I I 1'.t"J'"nII" want affect III... I have I ; another child pale and thin. Oae
.'. II I'' ,; ,, nn iiliirm ,'I.k.- Irlor.: Stockholm brother, Mr. Prevatt, of Green Cove 41 years of age. Fifteen years ago S. B. Woodard was transacting business I eats practically the same foods and

..'., f ,' jOl1 E Springs, this week. he was united In marriage to Miss !!! in Starke Thursday. I takes the game exercise as the other
i W. C. Hunt and of Emma Moseley and to this union five
1 The Truth Out.She family, Sampson William Hall was a visitor to Waldo What is the difference? Nearly always
; : (rI'J"I'linK him)-You love me attended church services here last children were born, three of whom during last week.
I it's a difference, in the qualityof
Ii merely for my money.Me Sunday. are still living.
Roebuck visitor to blood. The child!
II. S. was n the strong has
rJ. .1 You iiii'im I wanted) you merelyfor Mr. Hartline and family, who have The funeral services were held at '
L Hampton[ Thursday. I rich, red blood and plenty of it. You
: your money.
been spending the /winter in Sulphur his late home Saturday afternoon and
Samuel Woodard was a visitor to love to see him eat so heartily. If
I : 5'1'111 j I Springs, Ga., returned to their home interment was in the Lawtey cemetery 1! and
Has Been In Training. Waldo Monday. your child is thin weak, give him
here Sunday. Besides devoted wife and chil
-J "Tluit fellow .Tonew, Is an Incorrigible a children
1 Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey and Gude's Pepto-Mangan to build up the
". I llnr. hut I iri'tfii soy lie Is smooth H. L. Roebuck of Theressa, was a dren he leaves a mother, one brother ,of Brooklyn, attended church blood and see the difference between
-, ill It-Mniooth mid ally" business visitor here Saturday. and other near relatives and many i
here Sunday. sickly, unhappy childhood and 1bouncinA' \
_} "YeHli : I .think he mnrrleil one of Mrs. D. W. Moore and son, Cecil, friends to mourn his departure. i a
'r j 4L I S. R. Swindel and son, Sam, were | healthy childhood.
: Ihl'se'IJIII'I', olio| ahviiyH require explnnntloiiH : spent Sunday with her narentg. Mr. The funeral services were conductedby
nr' -IIII, ''!." among our visitors to Hampton Sat- ;I Get Gudo'3 Pepto-Manpran\ at yourdrujrgist's
; and Mrs. David Jones. his pastor, Rev. I. M. Belt, of the i
CONFIDENCE urday. I in I liquid or tablet form. Be
A PURPOSE UNATTAINED Mrs. Eugene Seally, of Inglia, is Lawtey M. E. church, South. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Batten and it's the genuine.Adv.nesday .
e "After I the guest of her father, W. E. Hutch- Ed Rigdon was a visitor to Jack- I Ichild..en |sure
the lecture the will
i : Mpeaker of St. Augustine, have mov-
s "I enn remember/ most every word inson. sonville Sunday. I
tuy for a few nilmitCH and .
vvv, III|' >> |KIMI| Una' may >bl'> naked iinimernny of"I"I.1 I ef your speech," said the admiring W. II. 'Griffin and family left Sat. John Mann, who has been seriously] ed to our community and expect to night from Pompano, whore
make with J. W. Batten. had several months.S. .
friend.' a they spent
hi"' ." urday for Webster, where they expect ill for several days, is able to be out
"I afraid like that Woodard visited relatives at B. Woodard business visitor -
was something Percy was a
I Io I
+ hud the i uiillileiire of Unit to be temporarily located.
limn. might/ ImpiK-n," .replleil, Senator Sorghum I again Starke during the week-end. to the county metropolis Satur-
Miss Ethel Hunt visitor to
iG "Why?" "It I N nn IN t undi-fllrable. to have a I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger and little I I day.

1 1 "I've "got ,the, Miniill children! uvl, | IM 1 people' .; quisling/ you' unexpectedly.( 1 1 j I Starke Tuesday. BROOK ER son, Earl, of Waldo, spent Sunday, Saturday night a party was givenat
tried to make that speech siilllclentlylong Mr. Heiberger, f>f wad a
like to feel (lint I iiiulil' miMuer. uliyqiieKllon + here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mrs J. E. Owsley. Several -
; tln-y put, to and, unllltPI,' lIng+ to (prevent nny business visitor here Saturday. Brooker, Feb. 17.-Rev. Proctor, of :
M. hall folks
body from remembering/ + uny part of Mrs. A. M. Williams was the guest; Luke Butler\ will fill his regular appointment of the young were present
Miss Gertrude Swindel was a visitor and number of older ones. Various
I i 1" Ha Didn't Linger: It. of her brother, Robert Reddish, of here Saturday and Sunday. a

I "Jluven I met you xmneulieie he Waldo, this week.B. Among the visitors to Starke Monday to Hampton Saturday afternoon. games were played and music was en-
Anxious Moment A of Blanton Owe served and
composed Refreshments
party were
fore?" naked (the dipper' young nun Johns was a business visitor to afternoon were, Mr. and Mrs: M. joyed.
: "You Kceni" very nervous this evening ley, Calvin Triest and Normond. Collins at ]late hour the guests departed ,reporting -
who Iliiiimht his was ii jierfeet, devil Starke. I P; Matheny, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter a

r r with the !mllfft' "I,.should l.'tliel.; ,, I am. Jack proponed' J. IL Saxon was transacting business C. E. Crosby, G. W., B. F. and E. went fishing to Spring lake during an excellent time.
j i, "No you Iinvcn't." r leplleil flip bench lout nlKht." say in Gainesville this week. M. Hazen.F. the week-end, and returned home John Hall spent the week-end here
.1 beinify, (Molly. "I've rH.H""II. you with plenty of fish. with his Mr. and Mrs. &1.
Ii ".\1111 ,11,1'OU, accept. him?" Mrs. A. A. Durden had as her guest A. Andrews( of New River, was parents
before In nil my life Imf Hit right down Samuel Woodard Arthur Moorer,
''j' Hall.J. .
: and "That'll what J'm ncrvoiiH uhoiit. I this week Mr. and Mrs. Charley a visitor here Friday.
,4 niiiiiiiu"/ tell mi iilniiit your pupa mill You nee, I WIIS so awfully excited I Weeks, of Jacksonville I Mr. and Mrs. Rance Thomas and Roy Brown and Smith Manning were W. Batten was a business visitorto

h''I'', : don't know whether I did' 1 or riot. If children, of Worthington, spent Sun visitors to Hampton Saturday afternoon 'St. Augustine during last week.

i i Preferred Creditor he comes toiilitht, .1 did\ ; and If he I LAWTEY day here. with relatives. |I Mr.. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard were,

m "Want tn Ina musl/('Itni, do.you? doenn't, I didn't Mrs S. J. Kelly wason the sick list C. A. Youngblood was a visitor to visitors to Hampton Tuesday after-

": ... Then I Htlvlxe yon to hike up. either! last week but ; Brooklyn Saturday. noon
we are glad to
Discretion. Lnwtey, Feb. 17.-W. 'F. Godwinwas report : .
+ r the boKpipfM[ or the \lolln. her Ralph Cason of Melrose, spent Sun" -
f "Why HO, fat(her?" "\' 10111 Is join' iiivnrlte,, recreation. a business visitor to Jacksonville much better at his time. 1 1 day here with friends. \:
when ihere'H "I decline) 'to answer. replied Senator Wednesday.A Messrs. M. P. Matheny, R. A. Weeks i
ecuuH" uny pitying I lIeiber and Eugene,1of
R. C. er son, to Be Shunned.
Some Things
to be dune, I not ku II'H the plpei. and Sorghum/ "I \II take II l'hu'H'O on daughter was born to :Mr. andMrs. C. E. Crosby and II. P. Gainey, Fred Brooklyn, attended church here on It Is better to bo ,cold! than dead.

!' tilt fiddler" .who are tile preferredcreditor OIITcrlngllh a coimtltiient( on u question Louis Roberts February 5th. Hazen and Lewis Shriver were visitors Never run nn automobile engine long
of serious puhlle opinion. lint If Sunday
to Gainesville .
Mrs. W E. Middleton, of Hampton, behind dinted doors. Never use a gas
Charlie of New River
Intlmiile' that don't) Phillips wasa
r t you ever you regard Mrs. T. B.
vas a visitor to Lawtey Friday. and children are heater. that Is not fitted with an adequate
friend's of relatives here
u piirtlrulnr piiodme as guest Sunday.R.
The lit'LaCrosse.
Majority Had It. Mrs. Susan Teston visited relatives visiting relatives vent Into au open flue. Nevergo
The the greatest, of "|>orn, jou lose| him Burrows, of Starke was a visitor -
imimiKer of tlie houserM'leil
r fere\er." Jacksonville, several days last week Several attended the birthday dinner to sleep in a room leaving a gas
J ii cull one morning. from an 'wt the hSme of Mr. Colson, oPine here Saturday. heater \burning 'Always leave a win-
-- ----- W. E. Torode was transacting busIness -
Irate' top-floor[ tenant Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown and dow In room occupied byeteeotuq
Hill, Sunday. upva\ every
1'he roof .U-ukHi"' cried, the top-Oar in Jacksonville Monday. : little daughter, Doris, returned Wed; pe"M'Ud.1il'H .
//r ban.f T. J. Terry was a visitor to Alachun Lewis Colson, of Fort White, spent

f f4 .Jtoof-lenUs? XonxeiiHet" retorted I and High Springs/ Friday and Satur- I the weekend'here with relatives.L. .

ii the manner./( "1' "1I1' of the people In A. Brown made a business tripto
l the day.R. Starke !!<"':""" "' '''''''''''''''IfIffii.UU'IGUUI''U''U'uu'nm"IDnU"UI"; : : fIt
I ((her tints city HO. -Harper'sWeekly. ( W. Moseley, of Micanopy, was Friday ,

: the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Byrd Eldon Baxter, of Alachua, spent the

I Women The Garrulous Sax.He last .weekend.W. T. Gill, of. Valdosta, spent a few week-end Friends here.of Mrs. J. M. Shaw are gladto Your Chance to Get
,r( alwnjM!! have to monopolize -
i with relatives in ]lash learn she is much improved at this
,' v. C the roiiverHiitlon.( A woman cnn't II days Lawtey
1 Hit still and, listen' for. one full minute ( week. writing.

She-Oh. Indeed! Suppose' the other L. H.; Hill was transacting business Alvin McKinney, of Louise, spent

+ party to the (vermilion' were making NEEDLESSDaughter in Starke Monday- the week-end here with his family. Furniture Cheap

I. a proposal! of murrliiKe? -Pa,our dom.etlc eclence Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden was Mrs. Jno. Surrency and children of: :
: Me-Not even then She'd 'yes'before professor I teaching us how to spend Graham
i any a business visitor to Lawtey the first spent Sunday here with rel-
he'd spoken u minute.IDENTIFIED money. atives. .
i { Dad (Interrupting. )-Next he'll be part of last week. .

'f, .. teaching _ducks.. how to ..wlm.I Mrs.Starke Catherine Wednesday.J Tcare. was a visitorto visitor D. W.here Kelly Friday., of New River, was a Remember the auction sale at the

t I You Know Him! B. Jordan of Aluthun the Thos. Markey, of Pine Hill, was in
He like to gob And blob and blow; town Commercial Hotel Saturday February -
U..'. always brayliiK. guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Terry Monday ,
lie tnllo no much he clueHn't know P. l\[. Barefoot was in Starke Mon.
What he !. vnylnit. Saturday and Sunday. day 18th at 2 'o'clock' m.
I' Miss Mary Boyer went to Jacksonville p.
Thursday where she will spend a Mr. Boyles, of LaCrosse, was in
Musical Comedy. town The entire furnishings of the hotel
few with relatives. Saturday enroute to Waldo.
r "Does an organist in a movie theater days
I I I have to bnve a cense of humor?" Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, Mr.. and Mrs C. W. Colson and chil- will be offered for sale. You

'I 1 QIJ I "Not necessarily keen sense of was a visitor to Lawtey Saturday dren, of Pine Hill, were visitors here ,I can

a... humor. If he can just remember to ,;Drew Reddish and :family of Wa- Saturday afternoon.Mrs. make for such of
j piny funeral march when a marriage/( : teroak, visited relatives in Lawtey Connor, of Raiford, who has your own price

Is performed. In a film comedy, that's been visiting her daughter, Mrs. T,
: -i Itt Gas Wans I Just went Into a Saturday and Sunday. the furniture Thisis
I, about all the management/ expects of C. Hazen, returned to her home Sun as you want.
house and the woman thought that I him. Miss Marguerite Long, of Starke,
was a robber and she threw up her visited friends here Saturday. day. She was accompanied by Mr. the best chance will
and Mrs. Hazen you ever
hand and children, who returned
h 1 Chip of the Old Block. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and

ll I' 'f' tralghtened 2nd Ga* Man thing* Well out I when guess you It "Do you believe In heredity. Nu- daughter, Miss Louie Belle, of Water- Lonnie the same day have to get furniture cheap.
Morgan Gainesville
1'01'7" oak visitors to Lawtey Satur wasa
i 4 told her you were. the gas man. were
1t Gas Win Nawl She kept her "I certainly do. Why for. Instance, visitor here Sunday afternoon.

F } hand up and told me where I could Is my slx-mouths-old 'son always tryIng day.A.. R. Bowden, of Jacksonville, was Remember B Y. P. U. Sunday night Come early and bid often.

find the meter to get Ills toes In his mouth' [If It a visitor to Lawtey Saturday and promptly at 7:30. Everybody come. 1
1'e, Isn't because of his dad's constant e -- ;;
Veal l Yeti struggle to make both ends meet?" Sunday
A man I know klrked up a row f Mrs. Walter Ferris was a visitor LONG BRIDGE

,( That Hllrrecl the "..."hOOp'. wrath. to Starke Tuesday. M. INMAN
His Mistake. G.
l' lie walked to a tally. cow I
F 1 And ahyly up pinched lie calf. "How did you happen to lose )'OlU'tlancl'e7" Miss Eva Reddish was a vistor to Long Bridge, Feb. 17.-Ira. Pinhole ,
Starke Sunday. ster and brother, of Brooker, were in

Sizing Him Up. "My lavish entertainment cultivatedIn Alex Ott, of Jacksonville, spent the our burg Sunday. ()}(: '''' UJmmmmmllftnllmlmlrnultumllJ!

FrI.'Rhmnll-1 want to get a suit of her such expensive tastes that site week-end with relatives and fri /ds B. Johns, of Starke, was in our sev- .
I. 4 d i clothes. decided she could be happy only with tion the first part of the week. -

,, I( i!, Tailor-What tlo you want, the custom a mill! 10110 I......' lere.Alonzo Strickland, of Kingsley, wasa Evan Hodges, Dave Green and Red. UTO MO"JES:

; li or rt'uclymocle7Freduulln1II'h visitor to Lawtey Friday. dish Andreu, of Pine Hill, were in ,r
( '
1 t "Illlor-The ready-made.Is the custom HAMPTON Miss Nellie Roberts was a visitor our community Saturday evening.Russell'Reddish Jj BY SM NTH S GARAGE

1 to Starke Monday.Mrs. of Wateroak, was .

Helpful Call. I Hampton, Feb. 17.-Rev. Butler, of R. R. Thede was a visitor to visitor. here Saturday and Sunday. '
"Where to, dell rll'sT' Campville, }.reached at the Baptist Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. H, O. Rivers is numbered on SHH.!' I'VE SAVED II SHH! HERE'S YHC

Y el ;t. "Welfare working." I church Sunday morning and evening. Miss Beulah Sapp, of Starke, spent the sick listAmong REAL MONev I REASON.1!

9R "Eh7""We're Twin daughters were born to Mr. the week-end with friends. those who attended the par-

J ; leaving. curd on a few poor* and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Wednesday, Mrs. W. H.,Miner was a visitor to ty at the home of W, M. Thomas Sat .
It people In the slums" Feb. 8th. Starke Thursday. urday night were, Pledger Johns, Joe J ,

Miss Emma Johnson entertained the Miss Linnie Wilkerson, of Starke, and Dave Tyson, of New River, Wes.
i Hard Luck visitor to town Tuesday.F. ley Johns, J. Moody, Lorena Moody, ;
peopje of Hampton with a Valentine was a
,"I say. Mark, have you heard about young
't ) Maude Crews Rose Johns Mae
bush Ruby
H. Long was transacting up
1 that poor man who wallowed a party Friday evening. Many
F nt spoon r'"No. beautiful: valentines were received and ness in,town Saturday. Johns, Grettis Thomas.A .

w What about him?" I displayed.. Interesting* games were Charlie Carter, of the Wateroak daughter was born to Mr .and ) LDJNGL&-

t'' "Why, he eun't stir." played and the guests. spent a very section, ,,attended the funeral of his Mrs. Joe IIodges Tuesday evening.

i i pleasant evening. brother, G.' W.Carter, Saturday. Melvin McKinney, of Wateroak, is that
I one thing you'll be bound to remember if you
Oversight, Probably. passed through our burg Sunday en-
Rev Burke of Waldo preached at Arthur Wilkerson, of Highland, wasa
:' "Wonderful reiillnm la this movie." | visitor here Saturday. route to New River. I forget it. You'll wake up with a bzzzzzzzz! BANG! "-;!!."x?!
Methodist church Sunday evening.
;,r .""( esr' I, the Mr. Roberts, of Hahira, Ga., was the James M. Starling, of Baldwin spent Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw and lit. Why in the name of all that's mobile didn't I think to buy an
the coliseum.
There' in east Law. tie daughter, of LaCrosse, spent the extra tire." We sell'em and good MICHELIN'S.
"Yea and there' a section of Los guest of his sister, Mrs. II. B. Peep- Sunday with his family one too.
week-end here, guests of relatives and
Angeles right behind It." lies.i Saturday and Sunday. tey.
: Mrs. M. E. Manalre was shopping Miss Pearl Strickland went to the friends. s

A Busy Man. '1 in Starke Tuesday, purchasing garden :county seat Thursday. Mrs. Yarborough, of Raiford, spent

i' Cas.ddy-An' flow's things wlel l you? seeds for spring and summer. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Sunday here with her brother. B, F.

Casey-Busy, very busy Include.Cassldy visitor here Friday. Renfroe.
L. J. King, of Theressa, was a business professional 1 1'V.
-Is It so now? business S, C. Crews was attending to business
t' visitor Jiere Tuesday. E. Torode was transacting -
Casey=Ay. Shure every time I'm in Johnstown Sunday. V
: E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs in Starke Thursday
somethln to do.
II t laysura I have
a of Miller
Grettis Thomas
is spending a few days here. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.

; Immune. Air. Fordem, of Graham, hat beena W. E. Torode are pleased] to learn last week here with her sister, Mrs.

r / their little daughter Mary Lucille, .W. M. Thomas.
Laren --This) sleeping. sickness h a recent business\ visitor here.
I i Dr. W. E. Middleton, of..Starke, was who was very iU for several days last There will be church at Long Bridge


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