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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME'F'OnTY.FOUR. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1922. -- = '.
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W \UBHB.PAINFULLY-- I HANDSOME: NEW CLUB HOUSE IIA .LOWE'EN PARTY GREAT BRADFORD COUNTY TEACHERS' COURT CONVENES !MONDAY COUNT
INJURE LAST SUNDAY OPENED THIS EVENING SUCCESSThe ASSOCIATION JUDGE'S; COURT i: .

Docket Unusually Heavy, InrludinMurder ('Of1RllllinlC ;- : '11:
Car Hit by Train at Crossing and ,Starke has a new stucco finished Hallowe'en party given Friday Bradford county teachers' association Cane lining( Kj. ,Doers aeS:
Driver Hurled into Ditch club home that is an ornament to the evening by the local W. C. T. U. at is called to meet in the school II' Judge Greco Busy o ;

town, and over the front entrance in the armory was a great success, both building at Starke Saturday, Nov 4, Tho circuit court to be held\ '' I in The /:

'v .W! reached Starke Sunday after. letters of gold are the words, "Wom financially and as an amusing enter- at 10 A. m., and want every h'achl.rthat I Starko next week promises to bo a posed at following cases have been dis- :.

,roan. that W. A. Dubose who lives an's Club." tainment. Much credit is due Mrs. can possibly do so to attend a* lengthy one, if all the cases tin tho Creen: Intt'ly by County JU'KOState | 'I'

southeast of Starke, just across the Last year the county school board C A. Futch who managed the affairso we have a strong l program in good<< docket are tried.Several important

orporation line had teen seriously gave to the Woman's Club the corner successfully, and the president of hands.It cases will)be tried lit this time, among Thomas vs Dave Jones and( Henry ::1 ;.r

If nw fatally hurt, lp a collision be. lot on North Walnut and Jefferson the organization Mrs., F. A. Scott, is not hard to get: the experienced them being the following: Jones negroes/ petit-larceny. R i'. \

cween a train and his car, south of Streets, with the old school building: desires to thank Mrs. Futch and all teachers to attend these meetings, II. A. Perry, alleged. murder of Dt that icy, prosecuting lo witness I asked 4 "

Waldo Mr. Dubouc had carried his thereon. This was done with the understanding others who in any way contributed to for they realize the good of them and J. II. Cox nt Sampson) City and to he permitted! to pay costs \
discharged..
dnuithtcr. Miss Beanie, to Gainesville, that it was to be a community the evening's entertainment. I trust our young and inexperienced Alvarez and Kite, charged with ed. Request grant- '

where she\ was to take the Atlantic house as well as a club house, Frank Inman dressed as a ghost, teachers will all be here.Program robbery from Townsend ,'Stato vs S. L.

,.asr Line train for Trilby, where and was to be used for the better- received the child's prize, which wasa Perry, negro, charged with cmhezsloment. unlawfully Alvarez, charged with t

,i II, teaches school. Mr. Dubose was ment of the physical, social and moral box of candy; and Mrs. J. W. Morgan 10 a. m., Song, America. intoxicating having in his possession' i
the homeward welfare of the town of Starke Bradford impersonating Carrie Nation Devotional services Kev. Dunham liquor. Defence mad.j '
uniu in his car on -- J. O. Luke, alleged assault with intent 11(11101of t"
,irney The road followed the Sea- county, Florida. In the new club received the grown people's prize, 10:25: I1t.velopment11.thod: of to murder,! W. K. YIIThorough. that the change of venue, alleging

,n,..nrd( track, and behind him was house the lumber from the old school which was! It handsome clock, presented Teaching as Applied to !Mathematics HubertV.. Cooper, of Jacksonville, state and against court was partial, to tho

lining a train just as he was about building was used as far as possible, by U D. Miner. Among those who -E. Thornquest, Mrs. I!. Perkins. charged" with obtaining money under its of defendant. Affidav
w rosS the track. Either the engineer and the new building has a stucco received mention for their costumeswere 11:00: What Should be Stressed( in false pretense from the Hunk (of and Farley Wiley and(' Dave Jono f

had neglected to whistle for the finish that gives it an elegant ap- J.: W. Morgan, Mrs. II. L. Touching! English: ?-:Mrs. Inn White,, Starke, and also charged with forgery defendant's certificate. of D. E. Knight, F.Hq.atlorn'y ., ?f'

rossing, or Mr. Dubose had not heard pearance. Brownlee Mrs II. M. Snyder and lit- Jesse Ogden in connection with sale of stock for supported motion
change of
,it iis car and the engine reachingthe The club house has a wide entrance tle Miss Clara Louise Peck. 11:25: How to Create School l Interest in tho Sawyer Specialty Senior Com Irllllh'Iall.1\ the venue Motion -
Tossing at the same time. The with the library on the right, and on in a Community. O. Duvnl,, puny. governor will desig. iI.

-ni" was molished l and its driver the left a rest room, etc. The auditorium COMPLIMENTARY TO MISS HILDA Barney McRne. C. II. Fackler, larceny of auto belonging -. the nato('11 some>11\. other (county judge,: to try 1,

hurled thirty feet into a ditch. He is entered from the rear of the LEWIS 11:50 Primary IIt.thollMr J. to F.. II. Smith. v
C. L. Gilliurd and. I,. C. demonswere '
wet picked up and carried to a hospital hallway, and Is a spacious room that T. Moore, Olive Ray Morris. Cross, assault with Intent to i up for uttering worthless checks" I )

) in Jacksonville. His many will seat between.three and four hun Mrs. J. C. Robinson gave a delightful -* 12:15 Discipline. R. Dowling, kill Louisa Cross! coloieil.Walter i Both were discharged after '

ft-iends will be glad to learn that he I' dred people. The sun parlor and theatre party Friday evening/ Wm. Craig. Speed, assault with nttempt' checks and. costs. State made mot paying.( '
ivil1, recovejr from his injuries. Ills kitchenette are on the right side of complimentary to her sister, Miss Wo will ask the board 1 fur Friday to murder Walter Donnerly, white. for dismissal. oil ',' '

right arm- was broken between the the auditorium and are built with every Hilda Lewis, of Jasper. after Thanksgiving thatvo may have
II. B. Sapp Lloyd Clark and
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dhow and shoulder, also his right convenience possible.C. After enjoying the pictures at the another (great day. TELEPHONE: : : IMPROVEMKN I : :' Telslone! were for using sulphur ;
wrist. The pelvis bone was also bro- W. S. Bell, of Jacksonville, built Gaiety Theatre the party went to the We expect to have Dean Norman up f
ous inngungon Each plead' guilty and
ken and there are contusions on different the club house; and the building com.mittee home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of the University with us Saturday. II. A. Bishop, mil 111I11"1'1" of the StarkeTelephone Snpp:; and Tetstono w.11'11'.1' $10 and I t

parts of the body, but there was composed( of Mrs. N. D. on West Madison street, and played II. B. WIGGINS. Co. has received, so far, costs each, and Clark, whoso cussing 1

seems to be no internal injuries. From Wainwright,, Mrs. J. II. Bitch, Mrs.A. rook until a late hour. Powell Carpenter two drums of cable, to replace the i had not been so loud unI.I..p. was I..t,01T

Monday's Gainesville Sun we quote Z. Adkins, Mrs. ,E. E. Canova and made high score and HarolJ LAZY AND <;ooilIl'MOItKl: separate wires nt present used on I, with a fine of $5 and coats '
the following particulars about :Mr. Mrs. DeWitt Cv Jones. The ways and Wall low. The gracious hostess (cre- poles. rach? drum weighs :1,000
State vs Walter Speed, assault
Dubose's marvelous escape from instant means committee were L. A. Davis, ed refreshments of cake and punch, Spirit of Hallowe'en Ilist in/tlliMht.1 l hy pounds. Tho cable co'isists{ of 201 I with Intent to murder Defendant i,

death: DeWitt C. Jones and A. Z. Adkins. and on the card tables were placed) Gentleness; wires, enclosed in a l'I.IKinlof. lead<
W. A. Dubose, a carpenter of Starke Much valuable work has been done delicious candies. the whole being one and a half inrh- trial. Bound over in the sum j %
' seriously injured shortly after 2 by the finance committee with Mrs. L. The fortunate guests besides(! the Tuesday evening Chief Kite's determined es in diameter. ." ,
was / of $ 00( for his appearance' at next rr
p. m. yesterday when a Ford car in A. Davis. as chairman, Mrs. A. Z. honoree, Miss\ Lewis, were Misses features were more expressive These cables will bo laid In the term of circuit court. I' !,

which he was driving was struck by Adkins, Mrs. E. E. Canova, Mrs S. L. Elma Robinette, Hilda Struth, Aileen than ever, and Night Marshal Alvarez ground along flu- streets. Thin will' Slate vs G. K.: Andrea, charged with f'

the Gaineaville-Waldn Seaboard train Peek and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones. Alvarez, Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey; treated his white pony to a pair of be an expensive undertaking, hut will conducting. business without license. :

near Fairbanks. Mr. Dubose was Since January 1, 1921, the club has Messrs. Powell Carpenter, Harold new shoes and an extra feed of outs. pay well in the long run, us no poles Preliminary trial set, for November ,

thrown for a distance of approximately raised $4176.60, and they have also Wall, Charlie Johns, J. W. Andrews Both' officers, it was evident, flero will ho required anil the wires will 212nd., t '"

thirty feet and landed head borrowed $5,500 to help finance the Jr., J. E. Corpening. determined to
foremost in a ditch beside the railroad building In addition there are a and mischief was brew- storms. An tho I lines will IIl'V.bt' IIUY CHRISTMAS SEAL: y

tracks. He was placed on the train number of extra expenses which will ORGANIZATION OF "BROTHER out of commission on account of badweather
the total figure of the clubhouse HOOD" ing.Chief took command the service will be letter I s
and taken to Waldo where first aid bring Kite personal Plans are already under way for j'
treatment was rendered and then Benton ) cost up to $10,000. of the more strategic points. Mr. Alvarez than ever before, and Mr. limhop's the annual co-operative elfort' of National ,

to a hospital in Jackse\ville. It The club is now working to furnishthe At the Presbyterian church Mon composing the first cavalry of !good work deserves commendation. State and local organizations. "

was stated last night that one arm I rest room, library and sun parlor. day evening a "Brotherhood" organ- Starke, rode up and down Walnut and working for the control of tuberculosis .

and three ribs had been broken and A generous public have contributed ization was formed, and the following Call streets, scattering tho enemy's BANKS TO OHSERVE: ARMISTICE! : to raise funds for the support of f ftheir

that he received several injuries about I I many handsome pieces of furniture, officers elected: forces. His white charger could he 11.\y, SATURD.VC\'. II activities by the salo of Tuberculosis

the face and head. He was alone inl I'' and it is hoped that the entire building President, II. II. Young. seen a long distance off, and hinderedthe Christmas Seals.

the car at the time of the accident. may be comfortably furnished at Vice President, J. M. Truby. formation of the Hnllowo'cncrs. J. H. latch, cashier of tho Irad-! This annual sale, which! haw be- A
resides Secretary N. B. Hull. it was ford County (Bank, and Jen.. C. White, i
According to W. H. Waits, who an early date. Early Wednesday morning seine a unique holiday. Institution ,j
'; a short distance from the place j The club house will be formally Treasurer, J. M. Mitchell. found that the oflicers' vigilance hud, cashier of the Bank of Starko, have throughout tho United States and U: '

at which the accident occurred' the opened this evening at eight o'clock, Chaplain T. J. Hedges. prevailed, or clue that the celebrantshad announced( that these institution willobserve now an integral art of the Tuberculosis ;

front wheels of the car had cleared and a general invitation is given to Charter members, II. II. Young, J. been very few in number. Onlya Armistice Day, Saturday, November campaign will take pluco December

the tracks when the train struck. The I the citizens of the town and commun- M. Truby, W. E. Davis, J. M. Mitch. few obstructions were found on the llth, being closed the entire 1st to lIst: inclusive. throughout ; i

top of the car was down and Mr. Du ity who are interested in the club. ell, T. J. Hedges H. M. Snyder, L. 1(. streets, and they were simple and day.All tho country. !
Miss Elizabeth Skinner Partridge D. J. Cox N. B. Hull C. A. two (,r three customers needing Saturday )
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bose was hurled through the air fora president easily removed. Only Since l 111m'!', approximately{ $:!O,- .
distance! of thirty feet from the Florida Federation Woman's Clubs, Knight. signs had been torn from their fastenings payrolls, etc., should. make provision OIHI.nilO) () has been raised hy tho stile I
wreckage. lie landed head foremostin Mrs. W. S. Jennings, vice president This organization will meet the second and carried awny. The only for same before tho hank closes Frl- of Christmas seals ill' tho United :

a ditch, Mr. Waits stated and was General Federation, and Mrs. J. T. and fourth Mondays in each disturbance of any magnitude was on : lay evening Stales and IISt.to\ maintain local :

gasping for air when he arrived. "Had Moore, sectional vice president F. F. month at the Presbyteriap church. A Chinatown alley, for this thorough utttto and national tuberculosis activities l a
W. C. will be and address the call meeting of the members will beon been discovered by REDUCED) : ItA.S'Ot1NT. : OF "
the top of the car been up he would present fare has not yet on the voluntary as distinguished \
undoubtedly have been killed out- audience. next Monday evening, at eight the officers, and the revelers were left GAMES: : from the public and nlllcial sid..,.. 1

right" Mr. Waits declared "as the o'clock, at the church. It is hoped in peace to scatter all kinds of junk will sell These uro impressive (figures, but t .
Seaboard railway !
Tho special ,\
that more men will be present to join whole ,
car was completely demolished. BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe about. fare anti no statistics can tell the story
tickets at
No information could be secured this splendid organization of Broth Nothing had happened tit the schoolhouse round trip one Jacksonvillefrom of the prevention of suffering, destitution
had half for the round trp to
from Jacksonville at a late, hour last erhood. except that a water pipe ( : and family l.reak-ups, the ro- ,
radius of 12 Smiles : ., ,
within .
airship contest in on in full J; declared that all point a 1"uVt.1
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internal injuries bursted. But the janitor and tho lives
night to possible duction In orphanage
as force. The ship that bears the name THOMAS-JOHNS: her lore self," of Jacksonville! on account of 'I
busted by amicommunity
fatal. "hit done usefulness happiness
to ,
which may yet prove of David Linvingstone, the great African -. blame. the, GeorgiaTechUniversity: of Florida "
the and was to service through tho orguniicil
obstruction near no one
There is ,
no
missionary and explorer, still Lealon football gnme Nov. Ith; Unlversityof -
Mr. A. Thomas of
Lawtey, tht'Ii.fund ,
occurred which
point at which the accident efforts "I'
leads a group of seventeen flyers. and Miss Leah Johns. of Heilbronn, MEMBERS: AND .FRIENDS: : OF GenrI{' lI-lJniv'rsity of Floridafootliull
of the high- TO :
section made' possible.
residents of this
They have left Paris and are on their were quietly married by Judge Greenat CROSS game November 25th; and t' ,
RED $5-
THE Tho national goal this year l In
declared last night.ST.lt.RI'S
way of Florida' '
way to Rome. No one can tell which the court house October 21th. Glcason College-University )
1'9orlda'a quota is $50,000.
ship will forge into the lend and this Mr. Thomas is a son of Mr. H. J. It is impossible for mo to meet all football game December 2nd. This Florida/tlOhn0. is great state and rnpldlyacrcasing
CHURCH makes' the contest real exciting. lie will include all points between Cross, a
Thomas to
and is an Industrious young of you personally as! I should liko in population ,arid: I wealth
at Sunday school next Sunday( and In man with a promising future. HU word Fernundina, Cedar Keys Greenville,
-v do, but I am enabled to say a and<<1 we know the people' of Florid: e.
after Trinity. this way add to the interest. School bride is the daughter of Mr and Wanneo and Wildwooil. Tickets will .
Twenty-first S* day Mrs. directly to you through the courtesyand will subscribe I their quota, thus making
11 a. m., Holy Communion.The begins at 9:45 a. m., with classes for W. J. Johns, prosperous residents of co-operation of the Bradford he sold for all trains: date prior to it possible for the crunudo against

nation-wide committee has pre all ages. the WaterOak section. She Is talented -: County Telegrup: game and for forenoon train day of tuberculosis! to coni intJt'.

pared a program for the whole church Divine worship at 11:00: with a attractive and popular with all The annual Red Cross Roll Call will game, limited returning to midnight ) With committees throughout the

for the next three years. These experts sermon by the pastor on "Discovered"This her acquaintances.The 'I be held November 11-30 this year. day following game I unto active in the fight\ against tuberculosis t ,

have made a special study of will be the third in the series on young couple will reside at Will you not write or speak an encouraging FOURSCOREYEARS and needing. funds' to push ,t!,,

the needs for the church's forward "A Fishing Expedition.Iuch" inter. Lawtey. Their many friends wish word to F. F. Stump', chairman PROUD F'TlflmT: forward' the w.Vk with a carefully I

work everywhere. There are no special est is being taken in these'discourses, them much success and happiness.ALTMAtfHILLIARD Mrs N. D. Wainwright vice : planned) campaign organization, it Is I' "

offerings and this committee pla because of their practical teaching; chairman, N. T. Ritch, treasurer, andJ. and Mrs.-Lewis Guy, of the'rovidence hoped that the campaign this. year .
and Mr.
splendid congregations meet each I
ces the-church's'offerings where they L. Peek, secreuary, and tell them section announce tho may meet with unusual success.!
may be used to the most advantage.It morning for worship. I. / will help with the Roll Call in ,
,
is simply a matter of business efficiency Evening worship at 7:45. The third Mr P. P. Altman and Miss Lillian you neighborhood" or that you will birth of a girl Oct 19th, at their homo MRS.: EDWARDS; : F.NTKRTAINM: !
sermon in the series "Coil's Jew. your Mother and buby are getting along
on Hilliard
and due regard is given to all both of Starke were married membership. -
lines of activity without prejudice or els" will'be delivered. The topic will by Judge Green in his office Sat. renew Your your Red Cross Chapter is or nicely. Mrs. Gay was formerly\ Mrs. Tuesday evening Mrs. Joe Edward .

partiality. Heretofore some objects be "Their Character." Despite the urday afternoon should be one of the forces for the Minnie NeSmith.Mr. entertained tho neighborhood sewing )'

have 'been especially favored( while rain last Sunday evening, a large Mr., Altman is a son of Mr. and Mrs progressive betterment of your county Gay is a veteran of the Civil party at her homo on West Madison

others equally worthy have suffered. number found much to help and inspire Joe Altman, has lived at Starke for but Chapter and the national war and retains a wonderful memoryof street, the affair being In tho nature

The Federal Council( of Churches of them as they listened to the years and is noted for his industry.The organization, your are dependent upon public incidents during his time pent of a Hallowe'en party. The decorations
wonderful recital of the formation of bride is the / with the Confederate army. His life black cats pumpkin,
America have announced that our eldest daughter of support. Locally and nationally, were of ,
people gave more per capita than precious stones in nature's workshop, Mrs. Georgia Hilliard, who recently Red Cross officers will appreciate your las been livedIn and around thin vil etc., and tho spirit of lIallowo'en.I".r.
and the formation of God's jewels by moved from luke and he Is now receiving hearty evening. The hostess
those of any other religious body. Lawtey to Starke. Many active co-operation and pledge you tailed the entire
There is a large increase in giving His own Almighty power. We shall friends of the young couple witnessed their best efforts to keep( the organization ) congratulations for his gift to this U. served nut sandwiches. tuna fish salad

because people c are becoming more enlightened show on. Sunday evening the correspondence the ceremony, and wish them all faithful to its obligations to D. CWHAT. pickles and Tee ten.Those t

about the church's work. between the characteristics happiness disabled ex-soldiers and in its many enjoying the evening were f >
of precious stones and God's jewels, COMPOUND:' INTEREST Mrs. Nolle Hughes, Mrs. Collins, Mr...
other services to the country. .
a symbolism that is Scriptural in every WILL DO J. L. I'eeklrK.: Perry Johns. Mrs.
CLEAN-UP ON Sincerely yours,
LATE SHIPMENTSAmong TilE BRAIN
F. L.
detail. IIARRY L. HOPKINS, :\IL L. Johns, :Mildred Gill !Mrs.
Your neighbor or friends might be M. Snyder, Mrs. J.M. / V
Since the cleaning-up Manager, Southern Division. In 1897 Thomas Jones of San Jose, Turm.rIrll.: H.
movement began
pleased with an invitation from E. M. Davis. n.
and Mrs.
you
from Henry B. Mitchell
the more important ship- in Starke of Calif., borrowed $100
/ to attend these services. The bless some the ladies vie 1
ments from Starke of late have been with each other In carrying out Mayor LADIES AID TO GIVE DINNER Stuart for which he gave his note F
ing receive will be doubled formerly of Starke
you by
carloads of sugar cure, by J. M. Truly Peek's requests. One lady pulls >aring ten per cent interest, corn- B. B. Hopson, '
and rosin by seeing your friends sharing In the up Methodist monthly. lie has now gone! late of Akron, Ohio, Is now travelingfor
carloads at spirits hem turnips every morning washes The Ladies Aid of the pounded
worship of the Father's house. Bring Goodrich company, selling -
B. F.
the
Powell &:: Powell and Truby &: How, the family. them off' and plants them again. Her, church South, of Lawtey, will give a ntu) voluntary bankruptcy as he finds and automobie accessories.. p ;
and and cotton seed Tuesday that ho owes his creditor more money tires ,
carloads of cotton neighbor goes her one or two better. dinner in Mrs. Edwards' store, 21 counties in
by S. R. Johns. Saturday a' buyer Every morning she digs up the mole Nov. 7th. than there is in the world. Expert IIH territory covers Indiana. He and
from Jacksonville shipped a carloadof II. JS Norman was in town to windup crickets found on her premises, washes accountants have figured up the sum Kentucky and 4 in Owensboro.

steers bought of farmers in this some business Saturday, preparatory and combs them then puts them S. W. Brown of Lawtey, had business and place the figures at $301,810- Mrs.' Hopson month's ore now in
to moving to Winter Haven. 12,912,058.10.-OcalaTanner. Ky.: for a stay.
-ection. back into their burrows in Starke Saturday. I ;.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMI1ERi. : :i. _
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The limestone that underlies the

county is found at various depths. At The

the .sink hole it is! about 20 feet beneath -

the surface, at other placrsfrom Jeff TwinsBy -m..l

I 40 to 70) feet; in Starko it is

A 1nillionlmerl about CO feet. In boring the publit' HUBERT J

well, several' (uvities containing: wetter ; ;:

were encountered 1 in tl\u\ limestone, CuvyrlBhl Itlt, \Vu.lorn Newipupur' Union.

but upon test pumping" they were soon "ll's u matter of split second In

have turned to sucked dry. At a depth of 52'!) feeta the ring/ und u calculation of splitmillimeters. :

rJ reservoir was found that is inex I don't know Just what :

haustible. Thu water rises to within those" lire, but I'm told they're something '

86 feet of the surface and 1 is forced pretty small.: Anyway, the

One Eleven up by air pressure. Near the depot Jelf twins: knew tliut-uiid I. by the
may, Tom and lull\ weren't twins, nor o- n
E M six bored wells supply the railway: k 9 'tic!
i. even brothers, I'm glad to lillY
tank. from 80 to 120 feetdeep. ,
They are I
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"Tlicy weren't relations at all
t The latter was bored much' work together
it fact, but they'd agreed to
( I ; Cigarettesa deeper at first but had to be! partly and they took Unit title for ,

filled with cement to keep the waterfrom business purposes. They'd been doing

l escaping lo a lower level. circus work ever Mince they could


r):' firm verdict for NOT A FISHER, OF :MEW BO until remember.did three 1\lalsle months Grew Uurlow up b.efora\In though the my ring It wasn't,story and l l&o I \\


that the Jelf twins met Malsle. -
opens
It was Sunday morning./! A serious "She surely was a peach. And by \ ,1))
wended his to the \ j
1 superior quality. Starke man way peach I mean peach, not nectarine orprkot. _

wilderness, where he could contemplate I'lnk and white skin, blue C '/ \

undisturbed. After walking eyes soft, fluffy hair-every one was

weary miles on the Peggy l road and In love with her. But It was the Jelf

sometimeswading/ where tho track twins that she favored. And they
bud the biggest part' In Broxton's.
( was overflowed he came to a causeway -
,, "They did the trapeze stunt in the
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wide waters.
across
middle ring which never fulled to
: till On this causeway se'l'1men\ were bring down the house. Imagine two

sitting cilently contemplating the trapezes, yards and yards apart at This new 4>

: waters. opposite sides of the tent. One of

I ".;\h." thought the ",serious Sturlw the twins hangs by his feet ; the other sugarcoatedgum

i 111'nn. "these be godly men' regarding/ after getting up speed, lets the trapeze k I

'the water, the emblem of truth and swing hIm off and shoot hIm'' delight e
If
I clear across the ring Now I was and old /
purity.1 young
HH iwLi It's mutter of split millimeters
saying a
II I Rath, of these godly men had a >slender > -
und that's what It was. They'dgot
I \
: staff sometimes two or
pilgrim's It down\ so fine that Just at the It "melts in yourmouth"

three of them; they were long: enough second( when the upward movement '
and the in the
cigarettes to leach far over the wntl'r0111":; of the flying body stops, and the gum

held 1 the staffs in their hauls, others, downward plunge\ begins Tom, hanging I center remains to aid digestion,

who believed in doing uu little work by his feet, with his onus dowu,

'an.gY.nt ns possible on the Sabbath, had them catches: Bill's hand, nnd holds hIm I brighten teeth and soothe mouth
I
t leaning liver the end l stringers with "There's Tom hanging/! from. the
and throat.
I with Hill swinging under
I' 15 10. their lower part'stuck under the rails. trapeze
for nt atli._ A strain? Not at all, sir
ZdV 'cfi'/ From the end! of each BtafT depended n You wee, there's (he momentum\ at- There are the other WRIGLEY
a VPC4.
I .. I string! into the water. they rail It, and no I can't\ figure It

11.i 1s I i One of'the: godly men drew a book out. A professor, did once, and hi, friends to choose from, too: ,

from his pistol ckct7"u prayer book, said' It was the prettiest thing! he'd,

I' doubt. ever seen. VdR4 't
no
,. .I'I' FLORIDA OEOMM1Y Florida. In the easternpart of the I "What ivudettt thou ?" asked. the 11'So IMll catches Tom's hand ani.! : our t

I If county is a pronounced topographicalfeature serious man: then HIP upward swing brings. him t, !I a ,rtrY -

: 1'C'lrolouni iMKililiticH. I IiMcusal'd in known as Trail Iti lCe. This : the trapeze J He gets his feet on It
+ f( "Aw, read nutbin'/ .WII" the answer f PZWIGEfl
side side, second.
( lidgo enters the county at the eastside the twins hum by \ j
Annual l
i ur\ey Report) hook for
another
r I "I'm jest gittin out or two. and, then the audience, thai
northeast and
the
I. I ; ____ near : corner, darned stole' : ,
I 1 the one ,that gar had pictured. Jill's: body hitting it win H MA:7
i I continues southward, merging into
I /
.' I I k ft. The Fourteenth Annual Re-port of I The serious Starke man sighed. the force of a cyclone, rises and F r7Ci#
the
the high lake region area in
w I the Florida Geological Survey is on. He then turned to another godly: man, "shunts d 1 1x
I As the southern part of the county. With I whose venerable beard bespoke him asa "It wasn't long before MuNIo ,he
,1. 'I I our (desk: usual TeluKraph
little doubt, the maximum elevations Jelfs she
t can to show which of the P"I'f.p,1.
h ; I will give n short resume of the content serious and austere clI clple
I bf northeastern Florida (about 2tQ I snit\ that wits Kill. As sour'
't i t, of the report The survey was "Art thou a fisher! of men?! the walked,
for he
feet) are found on this ridge in the as Tuin knew sure 8
I 'created by thc legislature of 1007 eastern part of Bradford county or I serious one asked. nbout till ;tiny In a black rngu.\ Ifr

'; f. and one of Ihe\ hardest workers for it The austere man stuck the butt of was crimed over pr..tt'aIKle' and, I
the western part of Clay county
j' f. was Major Matthews' owner and edi:1 I his staff under thu rail pulled his don't Mump hlui.I u.
l "In the northern part of Bradford
; :: tor of the Telegraph und n member" county the surface include mustache up with his hft'hlilld.; grabbed "I'ut wlii'n: he, tens heard threatenIng

of the IcRiHlatiiro. The institution was exposures venerable, beard with the right Kill, things hun:( to look serious

F 'a success from the beginning/ and under clays sandy clays und sands of undetermined spat out a pint of Brown's :Mule juice Von !see' you cnn't have bad I blood. : AUCIION.SA
wellrecorded
The only deep! vile
:1 age. circus folkOev.'r; saw _
its present din.etor. Herman Gun- wiped his bait,d 1 on his shirt sleeve : among _
in this county is at Slurke, of them, In n rage did you? In Men
s teAr, is as active ut ever. and of this well, which reached a and replied: 1'1'111, It's: understood. thnt their minds
This ,deals), almost exclusively "Not on (coco neighbor. I'm I
report depth of about 52'J! feet, unfortunately your have got to he, free, BO that (hey can

1" r ) with "the petroleum possibilities, of no adequate" ( record exists. Thl'tupoJ'aphlclllly fishin' fur the wimmin folks. Both do their Job* properly. :Vaturnlly

Florida," and is timely, an just! now high ur"1of Trail my wife and my darter-in-law's crazy with'ulII/ and Kill doing their unintand ,

r l ;at: j I many are eager to know if there are\ Ridge is suggestive of a' !structurally fur u mess of perch, and I'd git '10'111, bud 1 blood, 1 between, them, old I'rox-: Ten head of colts; 2 to 4 years old

w ny' prospects: for finding/ oil in Florida too, if them blamed garfish didn'trun ton began! to worry., ,
However in the absence
high area. \
where it is most olf.'.* "At lust" he'' went to Tom-It was
i or likely to lie ('n\
found. Director Gunter engagedr. 'of U l"IulILe exposures! and of deep- Thu serious man sighed" and turned comti.on. talk hy then-and told hln. weighing from 750 to 950 pounds to

II!I w.'ll records no conclusive evidenceis I he'd, Jin- the |pair: of them miles he ,
(
I Mc'llardu former state /geologist, to obtained as to structure in this away. urn do' up with !liill. Tom pulled the

I n'' :: write! this report because! of his previous area," The austere man called him: wool u\('I' the. old. man's eyes, all be sold at auction at 2 o'clock P.M.

i efficient works in this-direction. I When the well for tho railway tank "Say, neighbor/ if you want littlesnort right ; took him. to Kill's lent und

t fl ,f f 'e' Florida in everywhere! underlaid} was bored at Highland at the top of o' shine, l look in till pocket of Klnx'li. hands, with him. But Malsle

::{ 'l with limestone This stone being of th.it. coat in the basket. That's it! chum lo L'.ill thut night. .
Trail Ridge, limestone was found at
; (\ different age and structure in different Drink hearty! Oh take it all I sac 'I don'tant you 'to net with Tom,'' Monday November 6th

k' ; localities the state him been districted about the alone\ depth an jn Starke. my son-in-law comin', and he'll hrinltanoth..t she !sold crying 'I don't trust him., ,
This to indicate that tho ridge
I seems I lie was I I threatening me this morning
bottle! I neveifails .
s by the geologists into sixteen I rel'kon-he *
i, takes its contour from a ridge or 1111- and-'
t1 formations, according to the map that tidinul" of the rock beneath and thud to. So long. Cull again. "Hill: was an easy-going fellow and ; '
S J' accompanies the report. These formations On his return to Starke the serious J.W.
Trail Ridge should bu as promising a Inuglied ut her 'I guess Tom's all sLivery
'i I I are not separated, by any definite oculity for oil boring as any in the man was wet-he had fallen Into a right he mild. 'Anyway, we're hiking \ .
1 .
1 i' ;: Y boundaries arid! often overlap !I ditch by the roadside. tomorrow and we: can't spoil tonight's

f 11 fin,," other. In fact the knowledgeof lioIate I -- show now that old Broiton'g satisfled. -
., .
When Dr. Sellards Was in olnce, Vm
1 IN '
THE WAY
I the formation is still I'lttolllUIIIOM ON IN STARKE
vague, as inmost Called .
Y ", cases it him been gained from once stopped over in Starke' and / ,""I'\N "I neurir about all this afterward.My .
!:
,1 ,I at the Telegraph ollico. Certain part Is bringing, : in the sawdust

;t. natural outcroppings exposures in puzzling' :" conditions existing on the the of I and lit'lping.out where, I'm wanted. I _
( \ railway and, canal and Initial steps to dig grave
cuts the
NAl ,; during western elope of Trail Ridge, were taken in used( tn be-but never mind me. I

,r,i't tf o boring; of deep wells. The deepest pointed out to him and he! promisedto John Barleycorn have been the Nomoto felt "nick, thut night as I watched from This I. a grand opportunity to get young hone at your own price and meek

V;; well is near ChipleyJ.P12) feet, and at n future time, to investigatu Japan. On March 28th the runway and sew Tom and Hill, him to suit your own notion, for they are going to be sold and told at th.' ugh

fl .. the second deepest, !.I.JIt) ()!>() feet, near hasexamined prohibiting, the sale .intoxicantsto euch on his trapeze, smiling and blow. dollar Come early, look them over aril make your pick.
'" .::1," Sumterville. Both of these welts und t he1But HO far no geologist: minors passed the parliament and Inn kisses, to thtllIdl..lIl'.., and pretty

our county. The layman l I lt. This! Malxit, .her two horses round
I twelve others have been bored for oil beanie elfective on April riding:
( who understands' drainage! problem had been Introduced by Representative the "riig} und looking up und-well, I
In different measure
parts of the but
j state as\ and i.s !aonicwhnt conversant with geological Nemoto nineteen tines thought;/ slie'd. fall and thut's a thing R.A. Andrews Owner
\ oil has been found
yet no nor any ,
,
,
knowledge, will come to the house ,ten that n..hUlly1'1' fmglves ,
the lower
'race of in doubtful and passed by ,
\ J any except one conclusion that Trail Ridge was once'' been'voted ":8i:, iiietlilng> told me whut was com

I "ast. DingraniM show under what much higher than now. In the course times, but always had hug iiinl yet 1110(1 u Hurt: of instinct G.M. Inman Auctioneer
This lathe
'; lawn of Peers.
I I I''r conditions petroleum is likely to he of it has flattened out and, .spread! in the House that' It would' bo all right in the cud ,
-
ages
;, j found. The most likely locations are first\ nnti-drinking measure of any I waited for. the' big dive. It came

i I ) I, when the underlying strata are anti- itself over the northern and easternportion consequence ever passed by the Japanese Hill\ shut.. like lightning through the air

of the county. It seems that Us author is u the ring to where Tom .
across was
t'liruI-lhnt parliament mmm.
is, when a force from beneath .n.nmm"1)\IIIIWIlllnIII( >U1IDtm1"X"'IJ"lUlmmIDtDnummnwmmc"'nmU1l iD.t l x's
not so very long ago, probably duringthe /! education his 'eet, head .
has pushed Christian who received part of his! hanging by downward. :
h1 the rock
It upward
countrywide earthquake of 1811, in America. He has declared! ",\n.1l1I'n I saw-mind, sir,. myeye's J
,+, and broken it, m.> that the strata Ivan Horses & MulesWe '
: '' with accompanying immense rainfalls to alcohol traineil-how Tom deliberately
i i ) against each other, like the two sides his unwavering opposition
; moved' his. hand
t there was a landslide that extended a coupe of Inches
; + of a roof. There the and oil would and proposes to keep up the fight un- ,
gas
from one to three miles west. of the aside. And Hill flew on uad-mIRs..d I t
V find openings/! to ascend from the,ires- eastern boundary of Bradford county til the Land of the Rising Sun is dry. "It was a matter of split. .seconds, us have just received a carload of fine horses and f

"a tjji ervoirs located, at great depths. As I've Maid :Next; Instant Hill( hud shot mules. 1 hese animals
Thus \vo find former deep and wide are good stock and I
) : in the main, the contour of the surface i i' STOMACH DISTILLS PERFECT out his oilier arm and grabbed Tom were per-
+ ri -
: : n of the land depends on the cone I stream channels filled up except in MOONSHINEFort \ round the thigh. For just an Instant serially selected by us. Come, take your choice jj
| places where they still can be st.'en.
they hung there In a silence of death
tour of the underlying rock it would
] prices are right.
' i and the locus of water courses have Madison Iowa Oct 27.-State You could! feel death In the. air, sir.
r seem that the crest of extensive ridgees I
I sometimes been changed, leaving/ investigating the "Then Tom dropped And, holding
authorities DOWLING
would be the most to prison &
likely
points JOHNS
long narrow swamps.! In sections! It each other locked, they went whirling _
b bore for oil the apparent ineffectiveness! of the eighteenth ,. .,.. .....,.,... .
; yet report gives noi and\ 12-0-22 were, until thirty years round und round\ down to the sawdust >\1&11.."" on '" ......... .n'.no,..'''"u'ummunlUlUlIlI''OUIU'1I'JlDfJIDtmIJ1I1.mmcH.
I, n ? encouragement; the boring for oil fn amendment to function in the ,
ago extensive open !glades, full of
d Florida is working in the dark. Besides penitentiary, discovered that the convict
4 "And Tomas underneath.
, buried pine trunks. In places north
I I the wells!!! mentioned, sixteen had invented what to all intents "Dead The minute he hit the
and northwest of '
Lawtey
( wells bored for water ranging! in cypress and purposes might be termed a human ground. :Smashed to pieces. Butthat's HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS
trees grow on high ground showing:: D. A.MORRISONJr.
depth from 1080 feet to 2400 feet are still. what saved Hill, nave for a Pmid.nl Vic.p..II.nt .
1 that former ponds have been tilled up certain weeds growing in broken arm and collar-bone. And I s.Ten. -
!: found in different parts of Florida Gathering Best'Fertilizers
{ but none of them showed any signs by landslides. That earth lI1ovein..ntsare he prison yards, the prisoners placed guess Bill didn't cure when he looked! Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
s still! going on, can be seen in pln- Into Miilsle'g eyes.
in buckets of water according Supplies Honest Goods
of oil. Oil may yet be found when II"roper them Fair Prices
"I'll .
tea in that region, where dug wellsin never forget her holding him
11 ft rr location is struck, or it maybe course of time greatly diminish in tn the Investigators, and after the In the middle of the ring, among the Prompt Shipment

t,, found when the present wells are size account of around concoction reached the desired degree.of screaming and confusion, and knowIng -

t + deepened. i!,, on pressure ( fermentation, the inmates swallowed nothing but Bill lying there and Ask your n.ighbor.-He know
them. But this soil movement has
,a fI About the Keofogy of Bradford it, following it up with a chaser smlllnu at her. That'a the way good Gel New Fall price lilt Before Buying
given ample slope to the land .
h county little is said. It is classed an consisting' : of water in which sugar women are made, sir." E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co
which greatly facilitates! drainage./ .. Jacksonville, Fla,
.' i with the "Jacksonville formation" The slope toward New and Santa Fe tad yeast had been dissolved. The I Rendering a R aion. .

We quote from the report: rivers averages three feet to ,the mile -esult, the investigators disclosed, was AS the golf season opens your business Do not stand the broom on its bottom the straws ------- -

Ile : Bradford county lies south of Baker and probably no county in Florida has : startling jag that lasted almost Irtieflmtely. frtemls resume their argument all day. When it is not in use, l _

and Union in northeast a better natural drainage. to prove that a man ran do more work I hang it up and take the weight off Advertise
countiesy In four hours a day than be can In in the Telegraph.
..e/ght.-James J. Montague.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPflT STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, I 19G'I

t '1-AC'-" ..'nI'n"..,. -----, --- -- -_.. .- -, -- ---,
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=- REAL ESTATE SALES plaint In the above causa' that there arokno..n. I lic! Qululuo tl Dote roil /tied I'I'' '., IDremtee i ii ; A TONIC
r Eusti* Lako Region Is a large size named persons. believed to be Interested of III tonic and 'lnx '!"e effi'of. .<,\. t.
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Bradford County Telegraph In the property therein described whose iTlVB UKOMU QLUNINE (lob ,1)) ,III >br, r t'-a' Orove's Tasteless chill Tonic ,.
interesting pamphlet of sixty pases.It place of residence Is unknown and complain I ,'
by wltnout r"".lnJlonouan"K'.r 1"11 nil Energy and Vitality by ,
theE unyonr Purify
full of well illustrated reading! G. M. Inman, local manager/ of ant alleuea therein that he dues not. I know, In tI,,, buod. /B.W.;; GJ\OV E':> liII uutlt",rm 00" 'fur: :"
--'-- in
+ -. -.-. --- -- '- '_:' --':- ::: A. Strout Farm Agency, closed and after dlllirent Inquiry boa. not been able I Enriching the Blood. When you >.
matter descriptive of Lake county, to ascertain If any of the known namud. persons
weekly and entered as I several deals this week, among( them or corporations believed'' to bv 'interested lrl'n/lilleninl/.lnvigoraling/ (/ ( effect '"
Published ,and advertisements proving that its In said property Is In ..existence or 'la deador it brings/' color to the cheeks ,
+ class matter at the post aboutto being: ,alive and that there are other persons belimed KEEPS CHILDREN 'm
Becnnd alive. Anyone
I bushiPBs men are The Dan force :farm to J. P. Brewer to be Interested In said property other it improves, the appetite, yin .
',; office at Starke Florida.[ choose a locution in Florida will, I then the known named, defendant, and the its tonic
t' appreciate true vuluoGrove's
of Alabama.M. mime and reaidenco of such persons are unknown :
after perusing this book, believe that the and in said bill STRONG
/ to complainant WELL AND Tasteless chill Tonio
I ( J I E. S. MATTHEWS: Editor and Ownertir conditions in Lake county must be : W. Lee place, three miles from and,relief unknown la prayed persona.1HKKKFOKK aualnst: such. known named, Iron and Quinine suspended in syru Is
Theressa to II. W. Wardell of Portsmouth -
e ideal. Lake county lets the whole It !Is ordered' that all persons I pale impoverished blood pleasant' even children liM it. The
Va. nnir *d, or all persons claiming any in- THIN children frail backward
't j PURLIBHEn EVERY FRIDAY world know what it has to offer; some loreat. under or through. them or either of needs QUININE to Purify it and IR
"
y satisfied with l letting i M.. f: Brown place near Lawtey to. them or otherwise. and all unknown personscliilmlnn I, delicate. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ
I .w-. SUBSCRIPTION RATE other counties are Mrs T. E. Bell of Milan Tenn. any interest In the property hurem- Glide's I'epto-Mangan creates a -
(the local tell homefolks]) after described, or any part thereof under 1 bountiful supply of pure, red blood Grip terms by its Strengthening, In
r rif Per Year _____________________$2.00 papers the Florida, l Railroad. Company a corporation. restores bodily strength brings back ltmg Effect. iiOu.i .
ti This is well ,
about their advantages. James 1'icklea) Mary J. Mitchell, .lames D. ,
It will perhaps be of interest to tho Jones, Annie E. Harrison C. F. Pare Ma i i color to the checks and builds firm
'.', far it but only
enough as as goes, Bpel'illl
friend of Miss Carrie Uglow to Mver or either of them or othcrwiae end | well-rounded flesh.
FLORIDA advertising can reach the spot many all persons known, named, or unknown, claim 1 For over 30 Gude's Pepto-
.3 STARKE, :
: : : years
know that she in visiting/ in the "Cityof Inc an Interest In the hereinafter described I
I I' Is the county Beat of Bradford county wheel settlers from elsewhere are 'property, or any part thereof lying and bo. | Macgan has been recommended by
doesnotdesire Watches"-Elgil3, Illinois, being/ Inn in Bradford, county State of Florida, doscnhed I leading physicians as a tonic and blood
located If Bradford county
wanted.
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I a town of 1600 population; the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Den- as follows: 1 enncher. Your druggist,: has it-
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+ ,
The
section of to continue to remain a terra Northeast Quarter of the Northeast
I in the best agricultural don, the latter formerly Miss Frieda Quarter of Section Twenty.nlna ((20)), Town liquid or tablets, as you prefer.
'the Suite. Incognito, we must advertise in a ship Six (81( ) South Range Twenty-two ((22) I
Kaue, of Starke. Kiwt: except six acres in the Southeast corner Gu.de'sPcptoManfan
Starke Is beautifully located; has proper way. anil, one acre In the Southwest corner i
lined with trees Also beginning at the Southeast corner of i
;
wide paved streets MASTER'H SALE tho Southeast. Quarter of the Southeast Qunr- !
excellent light water and sewerage of of the Nolle In hereby given that under and, by VS' lection Twenty ((20)) Township Six I \
"A reduction $230,000,000
vlrtuv of that certain final decree of fnreclnfinrd ((6) South I Twenty-two ((22)) Neat and
well constructed building; made and renders! systems public debt during September is an- West 68(1( feet South
A. I" 1022. by Honorable, A. V. Long, juiliniof 1115 feet.. East 680 feet to ueKinnn! Tonic and Blood Enricher
grade and high school second to none; nounced( by tho treasury" says a news the Circuit, Court for Bradford County V. appear to the said bill of complaint on
five churches, broom factory nationally should reduction Florida. In that certain cause wherein the or before the fiat day of January. D. i
item. This mean a
Bradford County Bank it corporation !In complainant 11I28. the same being a relic day of this court,
known mineral spring and the best in government taxation, but we have and W W Drown la defendant or said bill will be taken u confessed against I
the undersigned will offer for Male and ellfor you and that this order bn published in I
railroads the
1i 1 stores in the country. Two seen nothing of it as yet, and the republican cash to the highest find bust bldili-r, In Iliadford County Telegraph a weekly
excellent transportation facil- front of rotirthoune door In Starke: Bred of general circulation newepatwr CATARRHAL DEAFNESS I We grind Our Own Lens
Si supply tariff is as stiff as ever.THE published 'in ,'s
"rd County "Florida, on Monday, the 4th dRY Starke, Rradford county Florida la relieved bv ronntltutlonnl treat
ities. It Is one of the largest strawberry of 01'CcmbiT. A. D. IU22 during the I 1..1 1 WITNESS:: The Honorable A. V. Long, ment.greatly HAUL'S CATAHUH MKUICINH
South. I haunt of aale lop the purpoHO of natiiifylvirHald Judge' 0' the said Circuit' Court and ;also l the conatltutlonal remedy. CiitnrrliulUenfnoBn I NODELAYQainesVillc.
1 In
/ raising sections in the NEW FORD f PRICES a
h' final' dnoree. the following d..erlh.d) p* r- 'lIelnl| .. "ra of lho clerk' aa well 'aa the Is caused bv an Inflamed condition
,
I BRADFORD COUNTY ...nAI property In Bradford County.' Florida .m.lnl .cal of thle rourt. this the Seth day of the mucous lining of the Ku: .tnclilan > Flonao
towtti .f
October, A. D. .
.
I Tubo. When thin tube l is inllatnxil
J, According to a statement just issued Kli: n ((18)) head of stock cattle marked 1922.G. W. ALDERMAN.
in sound or Imperreethoaring
Is of the most fertile counties I you have n rutnbllnn
one smooth crop underblt In one ar. nwallow
t by Ed el B. Ford, president of fork In the other brandod with the letter \ S. Cl'rrli Circuit I Court and when It Is entirely rlcmod.
ear CltEWS.
i the state of Florida. As an agricultural .*. K.: F.. totrother with their increase elnce Snbcltor Ctradford aunty. I 1.'la.IIS Deafness IH. tho result. Unless the In- Habitual constipation: !curea
for
j I section it has won high laurels the Ford Motor Company, Detroit, a August 2. A. D. 1920. ut.12.29._ Complainant (Seal) flainnifitlon'' ran be reduced, your IIAI-.I/H henrlru In 14. to :.71 Days

i I for its crops. Bradford county Is the general reduction of $50! a cur has!'! Spealnl D.MuiU-r E.': KNIOHT In Chancery, ---- II III CATARRH may bn clostrovod MKDICINK) forover.: ncta. through the "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a ,,

'I been made in the prices of Ford Model A. S. CREWS, ADVICE TO THE AGEDpilTs blood on the mucous mirfnros! of the system prepuredSyrupTonic-Laxalvefortli,
I homo of strawberries, early crops, I Htillnltor) for Complainant. 1 l-8-Bt-l'.i-- I thus reducing the Inllnmtnatlnn an'l-'
the Ford 1 ton Truck A5. bring.lenrmitie.such I I normal Constipation. It relieves prompt
returns. It Is T. cars and a.eluggbh I R.alotlng Nature In restoring; con
which net farmers big
bow.. .
I COMMISSIONERg-: weak I..dn... ditions. should be taken regularly for 1 t-i to
the home of a fine class of farmers, a effective October 17th. Hereby notice la. given that under and by Circulars free. All druggist to Induce regular action. ItStimutai

community in which people can. enjoy "The revision in prices," said Mr. and virtue entered of thnt In certain the Circuit doerne Court of partition of Bradford made Tutt's 1 1I 1I F. J. Cheney &: Co. T"IMO! | Ohio. Rnl'ilntes. *, Very Pleasant ta Takes

I living.. Ford," is the result of the increased County; Florida In chancery Bluing, on tlio Her boltle.lli.WilII."t"uIItlmmtlum''I'tDmt .
volume of business which 17th day of Ontobur.A. D. In2' In fnvor of bane .eclfle
our company effect
they I
I Any Information regarding: Starkeor H. It. Undnrhlll. Ruby Undurhlll, and Ucll1'ndrrhlll I .timul.tinithe bow J.on. nlv.V natural orlla. I
has enjoyed during the present complainant, and nituiniit C. M. I
fur- action. stud imparts I ICOFFINS
will be
Bradford gladly rigor 10 the
: county ITndvrhill Clara; Cone, a minor and' John C. ay.a.m. ; mclllUIID1iUI: !! W!
I nl bcd by the Bradford County Tele year and also to the fact that we Cone ... defendant, the unih. >rHlirned an commlimlonnra -
now own and operate of our will offer enl| eel] In front ot tho I t9mti1; ;>;ItmlblIINIfG7t; +. t1'G1t1t't ITeL, ) +
graph. many south door of the courthouse In Slnrko. Flay GROCERIESOur
: own sources of raw material, which Idn, during the Irani hours. of Bale oil Monday ,' & CASKETS r1 I
\ enables UK to continue increasing the ,the tho 4th day of Peocmbvr. A. D. 11122. I variety of groceries and foodstuffs is so great that w> H
to hlichi-tt and bent blddur for caah in And Full Line of
WIND quality of our product and at the hand, the following dearrlbed. property. .lttinU'd 4f a I can supply any appetite. Our prices are so reasonable, no pock M
] and lying In Bradford county Florida, 'I Undertaken'
same time keep the price so low that to-wit: Supplies i t etbook need feel the strain. This is a good place to come aftd tit

I An obituary in u Western papor informs Ford cars are in leach of everybody, I and HoiithcHul NnrthWfiit Quarter Quartea-of Northwput Non hesat()unrter tjiinrti -, I AUTOMOBILE- BEARSE R better place to keep coming.BOYD'S .

us that Editor Wind is no more >r of Soul. hw..t Quarter and NorthwesttHtartor
be- "Our production for 1922 is already / of Southwest: quarter and North Half : Always on hand. The beat service ( GROCERY STORE 3 3J ;!
'I According to commonly accepted In excess of a million which has beenan of Southwest Quarter of Southwest Quarter i at the lowest prices. Spe- .
t. had all In Section II. Township 6 South: Range I : G. BOY D, Prop. TELEPHONE 17
that editor appropriate
I i I lief an important factor I in bringing down 21 BUB!. containing 170 ne....., morn or !I.... gal: attention to telegraph or- I :
,t II.I I name, for "wind" is considered 1Iii \ costs. Our present daily output 1 Is K.T. J.L. GRIFFIN.BIGGS. I 'rat Registered Embalmer.DeWITT JilIDmcIDwClltDalClln"alnmmmmmnrmmmllJlJJmJHm'tillmrnmtlmt! : ) JIDmmlmIllIIJi!! : G)

p 1 newspaper man's chief stock In trade. averaging: better than 5.00Q, ears ,and C. A. KNIGHT.
Iii "That old wind mill" "that blamed I Commlaloner.Solicitor ...
or
,J trucks which Fore I. C. JONES e
I means a complete E. M. JOHNS. i I ----,
wind bug" are common epithets uRedf' : for 11\, 3-01-12-1 I
Complainants
-, car or truck every I 5 1-2 seconds of. STARKE FLA
li against newspapers by irate readers. each eight-hour working day. It I IK ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn I F

\\f' Editors themselves are much to blamefor in anticipation of this continual demand Bradford Circuit Court rlorida' Eighth, Judicial Circuit //lIIl1"IIffl"fmIl\ft"m1r.wmmmn\JlII'I'"mmm".HrUP"! > \ ( ) GENERAL INSURANCE ,
belief in the windiness County In Chancery I
fostering a that price adjustments! are being ? Hill to Remove Cloud Quiet Title and Other
of their because of the Relief.ti. HAROLD C. WALL
: papers, names made in order to keep in effect the Al. Inman. I i
j, often them. Thus hear of 666I
given we Complainant.va
I policy of selling Fo.rd products at the .
J t c I the "Bugle! the "Bassoo," the "Clar lowest price consistent with quality. Florida Railroad Company a Corp.retlon. STARKE FLORIDAFiRE.
"Rani'sHorn Jamea Plcklea. Mary J.i I ,
the the
: ion, "Trumpet, Malaria Chill and
k ,, 'Quality, as usual," said Mr. For l, Mitchell. Janus D. Jones, Annie Fever
M the "Breeze and forth, K. Harrltion, C. P. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILES
so "will continue to Be a prime consideration Myer, and Unknown Penona Face ,Max' I Dengue- Bilious Fever It kills I
all of wind. The "Trom- the i I
suggestive
:( f In the building of Ford cars Defandanta* I germs.
I, bone" would be a good name for many To All Whom It May Concern, tireetlnjl i .
I As business has increased have It of .
our we appearing' by the aworn bill com- -= .-
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-- --- - ---- -'- ----- -
a paper, suggestive of the ups and
t increased
constantly our equipment; ,
downs of the "newspaper game" us and manufacturing facilities, BO that GIViNG: OUT

Avery Powell calls it. "The Bagpipe -
this price reduction merely reflect -
.. il ," every editor will agree would the progressive methods which com itruaa'e:: Di"cou.11II.ng Many a
' r+: he f fitting for "that scurrilous
) a name What
Makes
1 us a result of increased volume. Citizen of Starke. Our
'. sheet" by his rival.
published
t; I "This induction, which is the sixth! Around all'! day with: an aching

/ It is doubtless true that editors, as since March, 1920, brings the price buck ,'I

S'/ well as lawyers and politicians! use j I of the Ford touring car from $575, Can't reel at night;

rbl I\f much wind. Yet it is an ill wind that the price in ('IfedI'ly in 1020, to Enough" to ,111,1 ku any one "five I'I checks safer than othersINSURANCE
out.
blows nobody), any good.;: Chicago was the present extremely low level of

4I f1 dubbed the "Windy City" because of $2U8! which Is nearly fcO per cent less !Uoan'm .Kidney' Tills lire ..hclttiouxands. .. '

L the inflated articles about her ndvan1 "Corresponding reductions have
They are Her kidney backache;
1 ,
tages and future greatness, in which\ "
J been made on all other types. 'And other Kidney Ills.
c f that (>{tv'a. nhnnnilnil.!. hut
newspapers Here la t'taike: i>ro.f of their merit: a !
I j that; th'A'; li"'I lungs;; of the papers TA/Ml'A/ TRIBUNE I POPULAR Mrs B. SUlley, Mii
I worked to some purpose, no one will) "I Buffered from lane batk and kidney
t
1 ;.j 1 deny. Every month shows an increase i ir I complaint.( \ A heavy dull ache

:, In the early day Deadwood had a the number of Florida people who arc through my Uldnejs: '" elude me mleer

:" I paper yclopt the "Windjammer." Another becoming readers of the Tampa Morn- able and 1 was hardly able to get

1'\\ paper there was the "NuKKi-t ing Tribune. Pe"plo who have been around. I felt tlretl, languid and out
t of Korts. My brother had.uaoj Uoan'HKidney The only positive protection againstloss
whose name was more appropriate in reading the Tribune for the pant 2S ,
1'llls, so I bought a Lox at
ti gold digging ramp. But the Nujt-, years say that there is something Mitchell's IIruR l S'.orii 1 goon felt through fraudulent alteration of

i ; get man was conservative) and was about it that' "tak<>II" and "holds", better\ unit, after using three boxes 1 I

r !''l' ,. soon compelled to Bell out to the and, that it soon becomes just as essential was cured) of the Httack." checks is insurance. Just as the only

d I Windjammer, who blared forth Dead- as their meals, that they can Price COc itt nil dealers Doa't PER-SA !

wood'u advantages, titled every man always depend( on every scrap of news Imply link for u It'ciney:' remedy-get loss % S fTy I
I
"colonel" and .every dance hall girl of. any interest anywhere to show, up lioun'x Kidney PI I I' (Iliti! '.'iam j that positive protection against through

"that charming young, lady." Wind first in the Tribune Our ISO Florida MID Stillcy' had. K'oater-Miburn! Co., fire is insurance. The
Hirrs. liuflalo, N Y. same principle '
i Is a prominent ingredient! of every live correspondent and the full night and t'

I paper and without shouting forth the day service' of the Associated Press holds in both
Worms In Child true cases.
No a Healthy
t advantages: of its town and section takes care of that. The Tribune is by '
All chlldrel1 troubled with Vorms have an un
and the superiority\: its citizenshipeven far the most widely read newspaperIn healthy coUir." which Indicate poor blood and ass

\ if vastly overdrawn, it would South Florida, and is tHe representative role, tlMre itt more or I leoe atomiicb d ...lurbnace.GKOVE .

1 f 4'' J be as flat an a ,glass of carbonated paper of the state. Rates $8by fur'S two TASTELESS or three weeks CHILL wIV'IONIC' enrich llivrll tha bluaj reituurly -, Every depositor of this bank is pro !

.' .t water from which all the gas has es- the year, $.j for six months $2 for tmpttwotheditetlooendactasa\ ncraIStreailtli-:
..nlnn Tonic the whole ayMem. Nature) will then vided with $1,000 insurance
.S caped. three: months, 73; cents for one month. throw offrr dlapel thewormsandtheChlldwilt''b* a policy I

Daily only rates $G, $3, $K50, 60 cents In perfect, health. Pleaaaat_ _....830 pvr'tr"..a

STALK; NEWS 11-3-61-12-8 ( positively protecting him against loss

'" --- NO'fICE ASPIRINInsist through fraudulent alteration. This

,'iii' I An .Arkansas editor, who apparently I' '

\ does not renew his "short miscel is his visible evidence of the unusual
lany" plate matter oftener than he TAX 1I0'hKS OPEN: on Bayer Package ;

does his slouch hat, received the foe r
e t lowing letter from "Constant Reader The tax books of Bradford county protection offered depositors of this

''n aro now open for .the collection of
: S a bank.
I "Sur-I often see pieces in yore taxes of the tax roll of 1922. i

.. popper that I have rid before in same. You get: a discount of 2 per cent of'

ri I;(j t r. I don't mind that, for some of them laid in Nove'mber. 1 per cent discountIf

I fl ,/) pieces is right: funny) and makes me you pay in December r Open a commercial account with
You few that have not already
fit lat every time I rid 'em. But in yore secured -

1 last pepper there was one telling that your occupational or professional the Bank of Starke, and enjoy this j
1 with license, will kindly do so at 61"1
1 there was peepul experimenting I. nit's" you see the name "Bayer" onrkax"

nous-less kerridges and another said once. '... or on tablets yon are not irct- :superior protection and service. .

f '*,4"' that the Wright, brothers was tryingto Very respectfully, Ling the genuine Duyer product |>recriliixl -
1 by physicians! over twentytwoyears
make flying machines. Ain't rich E. W. HAYES, and proved safe by minion for sIJPerl .


a l, out of date ? I may as well tell you Tax Collector, Bradford County. Coliln Koailnclm :

$ also, that the pieces that appears of- Toothache Lumbago

;"' tenext in yore popper is getting dim Attorney J. C. Poppell; formerlyof Karachi: Rhrtimntiitm Bank of Starke J :::

+f and hard to read; pears like the typIII'S Starke, now of Plant City has the Neuralgia Pain, Pain Js

i was wearing out." I following notice in the Plant City Accept only "Rayer" package which

I 1 We hope the Arkansas editor's subscribers Courier: "After Oct. 21st my offices contain proper, directions.t Ilanily. lioxrnf
twelve tablet coat few cents UniifciU -
I 1r-., will pay up their" arrears, so will be located in the DeVane BIdg., also sell bottle of 21 and 1'1'1.Aspirin I

r t, t that he may be enabled to order a new corner North Drane and Collins", sts., 1 I. the trade murk of Payer E

and modern consignment of "boile looms 3, 4, 5, over Farmers & Mer, Manufacture of. Monoacvtiotcidroter of 1 The Bank of Helpful Service ;

plate." chants' Hank. Associated, with me Sulicylivavitl.!

+ will be Mr. J. Thomas Gurney; l law -
lk-tI I" ''''''''" Cf'.aA fi>**M( E. S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. I
graduate of Cumberland University, C. WHITE Cashier
EFFECTIVE: ADVERTISEMENT: :
by porlfyto and'
'IIat we*vitality one jncnur .
and admitted by the Supreme Court ... J
clotting the blow You:an ma feat fc*. _

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NOVEMBER! :to. 1922., BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPII, STARKE FLORIDA L r +
FRIDAY, scone stranded every day in the *'
__ c !1 1H

Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Tuesday' The Woman's Club will hold their '. :- '-.- '-. "-: u.....: -- -
shopping in Jacksonville. regular, business meeting at tho club I -- -- ft'V
'I"i
houso' next Wednesday afternoon.
.
-illi Fred Blakely of Waldo spent Mon I H
[ Bits of Local
day here with friends. Cull five dozen when you have soar Armistice : i ia

I thing to be hauled or moved. Let Dnu [ : Day [

II Information ,; John demons of Brooker was in do it for you. ,
1nl town Friday attending to business.F. .

II t.i..r.l / o.. rip., !aeam ...Iarty. I NEW RIVER ,
.... Ita w ce_... ..d :r_ II; A. Crowder was a visitor! to LakeCity I i I1 }

Sunday. New River Nov. :3.-Fred Heron, of I I "In Flanders fields, the poppies blow,

'" _.- Brooker moto'ed here Saturday af- Between the crosses. row u on row. iI i//
:: "' S' -I I.. A. Davis spent Saturday attendIng tornoon.JIensrn.. I That marks our place; and In the sky

Mrs A. M. Pettit is visiting rcla- Lucilc' Johns spent Sunday in Hampton to business in the metropolis.G. Sueber Stokes and! ]DomilThomas The lurks Mill! bravely singing/ fly-

m Gainesville. B with relatives. of..)\Iiller, were visitor hero ,I I Scarce heard amid the Runs below I

-. W. Andrews of New River was Monday. We are the tend; short days ago

ash given for eggs and chickens Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Friday in in town Saturday. L. N. Lewis of Jacksonville m via- .. We lived, felt dawn, !saw Minuet glow, I "

? Kicklitcr'8 10-27'2t Jacksonville.Mr. king fends here this week.J. loved l and were. loved I; and now wo Ill' I
B. J. Alderman of Melrose; was E. Adkins and Leon Thomus and In Plunders fivld-i."
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent! here Monday looking after business little daughter, Coaette motored' to I
has purchased a nowin
i. L Turner '
.
in Gainesville.Mrs.
Saturday interests.
Starke Saturday.
touring car. : W. M. !Hodges made a business trip i"I I I.

Andrews: .has received a I Arthur Futch of Hampton C. R. Ensey of Jacksonville' has to Lake Butler Saturday. I j

I spent Monday here with friends. been in town during the week looking : Claude Crosby, who is tom-hins on ; day
'freBh' carload of Fords I commemoration -
a after his interests here. I here, spent the week-end with home- ,
-- Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to Tampa 'folks at Brooker. I of the day that closed the ( f

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hodges motored Wednesday to visit her parents.Ed. I Mrs. Cora Cason of Jacksonville, Mrs. C. W. Andrews is visiting! rel- greatest -

to Jacksonville Wednesday. is here visiting her daughter Mrs. the world has
I atives at Winter Haven this wpck. i war ever known. We
R. Thomas spent Monday in F. I. Turner. Mrs Pearl Baker has returned to

Freeman Register is demonstrating Jacksonville attending to business. her homo in Alabama after a visit I are proud of "Our Boys" and the great

ih superb qualities of the new Buick. Miss Hilda Lewis of Jasper spent with relatives Her daughter, Miss "

We want your chickens hens and the week-end with her sister Mrs.J. ,. Annie Mae Johns accompanied her I part they played '"over there" in makingthe

' i ol and Mrs. A. S. Crews motored fryer J.F. Kickliter. 10-272t C. Robinson. home. ,

r, Dronsifti Monday on a businessin Johnnie Yarborough of R iford, I world safe for democracy.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snucer of Baldwin Charles 1'f Napier of Climax Ga.,, spent the week-end with relatives in I I *

I spent Monday here with friends. was the guest of his aunt, Mrs W. W., this section.Mr. '
I i Nothing is too good l for those who went bravely ;
Colson Friday. I I
Wo move anything. Just call 60( and Mrs. W. W. rinisdvn anti
md we do the rest. Boree's Garage Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Hodges and Mrs. B. M. Howling/ of Stnrkp, visited to the front. We feel! the greatest sympathy (for j

.ll-27tf. children'motored to Macclcnny Fri A. E. Wall, of St. Petersburg, was Mrs. Dowling's sister Mrs W. M.IIodgeB .
those who
I day. I the week-end guest of relatives in ( Tuesday. I lost their loved ones, and those who

_Mrs. LaMira_._Graham of Jackson I I Struth and Lucile I Starke. Mrs. C. B. Brown and little sun, I in Flanders field are sacred and dear to us. i
Hilda
Misses Otis Edwin of Dasher. in., spent ,
'11))c-. spent Sunday with her parents, I Mitchell spent. Monday in Jackson- W. J. Epperson, Jr., of Jacksonville !' Saturday with Mrs. Greene Moody : .I
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.
\fr and ; ville. spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Annie Hcsa and !Mrs. Lulu ; BRADFORD

(Roy Edwards of Jacksonville, Is his parents Mr. and bars W- J. Ep Hunt of Jacksonville were vliitini( ; COUNTY BANKlie

siting his mother :Mrs. Josephine Carr Colley of Jacksonville spent ,person. their brother J. W. Lln Mrs. W. A. I'
Kdwards. Sunday with his mother Mrs.-Wail left Sunday tof week II I :N.' T mini, W. T. \n EliH. J. H. KI1VII. ''' a.
policy. n
President.( \ .
iI'l'n'Hid'n! iinliirr.
two weeks visit with her mother hiIlendcrsonville I'I ,
J. E. Wilson of.ainesville I
!
Mr. andIrs. a Mrs. L. E. Mosejey, of the State N. C. I I Ik
'. visited relatives in town ,'j
Farm spent Saturday here with rel-
first of the week. atives. G. W. Baisden and family of Jacksonville 1886 t

,
spent Sunday here with relatives } htt717NtIIGtW1tIGfi0lJr11tJ@t; illclWCttt7roUtltCardtl(16/47m@L7p@@tOttmtYhIl@t/ i@tntr
Miss Inez Moitt left Friday for asit Mrs G. Kirk Lewis spent the week- *
with her sister Mrs. C. P. Tison,
end, in Jacksonville with Miss Nannie t
."it Jacksonville. Howell. Mr. and Mrs. ,W. S., Blakely, of DAVIS'INSURANCE
Waldo, spent the' week-end with her FLORIDA STATE FAIRJACKSONVILLE ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mr. and
Mrs. Cora Cason will leave today parents Mr. and Mrs W. ,V. Bnis-
Mrs. L. A. Wynn motored to Jacksonville for a visit with her daughter in Phil- den. I

Tuesday. adelphia.C. !
Mrs. Perry Dover has returned
Miss Josephine Brinson went to L. Hodges local merchant has home after visiting relatives at Grover ( r .

Jacksonville Saturday afternoon to purchased a handsome new Chalmers I and other places. in North Carolina .

liMit Miss Anna Canova. touring tntr. *. t STARKE NOVEMBER 17-25,1922 tt


II. O. Brown of Jacksonville, spent W. C. Hunt and J. E. Toney'of Senator Duncan U. Fletcher has informed I t .
tho week-end with his family at their here on a the editor of this that
Hampton, spent Monday paper
street :; and Bettert'
home N. Walnut Bigger
on business trip. the Agricultural Yearbook for 1921 /
.. Ii
:
is now available for distribution and JOHN WHITE CO/ .

Mrs. F. A. Scott went to Jackson- The call meeting/ of the W. C. T. U. that he will be pleased to furnish a )i LOUISV1LLg. KY. ?.:Y. '': ja.'bblhod \ I
ille Wednesday to spend several days afternoon to interested in such pub ..11137 t.' ", 10-_ -=. ,, ( I Horse i
these
will not be held Saturday copy .... ; ... ) t: Racing Daily .
with Mrs. E. N. Alexander. announced. lications. tlb.ralu.ertm.ntand', : .tii. .
>
previously 1.
.- as ) Full V.lu. p.ld lortJ.t.tl: %"It..fi ,"l B, r
Mrs. E. J. Wainwright has returned t .
from Lnwtey where she visited herm Ab Johns a student of the Univer-' AT MORGAN'S Raw Furs) r\. i ,
sity of Florida spent Sunday with his C
Truby Wainwright. mother Mrs. Laura Johns., / New consignment of (tulips' sweaters BTKAWIIEKKY PLANTS

dresses and coats. Also full style 100 u*>nulni. I'rcwnwilve. nr (
Florence! Andrews spent Saturday Superb bverbrarlnu: 1'lnnU tl..- Wonderful) Exhibits of Florida'C
Jacksonville with herlit'ran.lmnther !Mrs Sarah L. Hamrick and daughter I hats all at extremely low prices, at -. "livpnil Ui yam" d'.or nl .prop trI'lnnllnu
ind Sunday in time for only 16a.
Mrs. Emma Alvarez. Mrs. Nelle Hughes/ ), spent Satur- J. W. Morgan's./ It. rl.., for a dtrarlhlnir four : Products
color
I' .
in Jacksonville shopping. i'' fulitar :
day j
SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULEIn than 80 vnrlvtira of plnnlaU. ; s
'. WAI.I.fclt *
the ( nl./
Mrs. J. M. Knight, who spent JUIISUMA. A UK. / I II
!Mrs. Ernest Wells of Lawtey was II
past week the guest of her son, Col. 1.42lUlllTHemingway's I All Kinds of Amusements.
here first of the week visiting/ at the I'I'II
n. E. Knight, returned to her home in ( effect April 30, 1922)). if
I
home of her brother Dr. E. L. Biggs. SouthboundNo. I'" H II
Lake Butler Sunday. I I III

Master Russell Daniel of Jacksonville 1 reaches Starke at 11:40 p. mNo.3. : I:I "Come and Bring the amily."
Prof. L. P. Prior of Jacksonville 10:60 .
: ,a. m. '
the week-end with his : M
spent
was i here Wednesday giving lessonsto Ed No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m. Cash Market 1 amVU
'his large: vocal class at the residence grandmother Mrs. Josephine No. 15, Limited 2:15: p. m. I;('lrimetetWtDOCItft1a1m@IDQ3aenOma1GIWQND4liLtJatCrtarCIttlC' mC.trJro6latauunn; )

of'Mrs, E. L. Di"i's. wards. NorthboundNo. at the depot

daUJl.'h-1 !Mr. und Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mr.\ 2 arrives Starke 5:19 a. m. -
Mrs. Roy Roberts and, little that
satisfyVegetables
and Mrs. J. It. Ritch motored to No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. Meats ,
ter, Martha of West Palm Beach,
were guests last week at the home of Green Cove Friday and spent the No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. ra. Speial Seed OfferTO .

Mrs. Roberts' brother Dr. E. L. Biggs day. No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m. All kinds fruit i
Wonnee Branch

Kirk Lewis former employe of the The Starke Ministerial Associationwill No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. I Free DeliveryWe ,; iNTuonrnr I ( MILLS' KEt.EC"11m< HUANDS 01'h

Telegraph office called on his many hold Its regular/ monthly meeting No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. i a (:JAKlKN, I FIKLI; ANI .FLOWKK SKKDSSPECIAL : )
Starke friends Sunday and Monday. I at 'St. Mark's rectory next Monday at T. J. GRIFFIN.rENTAWORD,
I
Mr. Lewis is now located at Baltimore 10:30: a. m. sell our meatat SPECIAL': .
Md. I FLOWKK SEEK; : OITKIt VKIil-ri'Altl;'; : : SKKI:.: Or'I. Kit:
,
I J. W. Andrews Jr., and daughter/ a price that gives usa I 'our SoU-ction" "> iiir :Svlvtlinn"

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian ;'A.Florence Bessent Messrs.motored II. C.to Wall Jacksonville and W. fair margin of profit. 1! 12 Assorted I'arknKPH: $1.01) 21 1 .;r. or I 13; Idle I'arknirrN.: $|1.1111 s '.

church will meet on Monday Saturday:,* We do not sell cheap I.osl'AGF1'I1EPAll: : ) I'OSTAdK( ;) PUKPAII

evening at 8 o'clock at the manse. meats We dosell the ; 1 Anton. A'/"m.' ('alun.'uhl.' .norIiuts. llriutHnlM Bprtiutri, Carrots enl,. t
After the business has been transacted Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simmons of bury /J"II., III.I.y. Ui.nthua or l'lnk.. hni(.. Celery Caullflowor. Collitnli, I "' '
the men folks will join the ladies best at reasonable I l.a.kpl1. Merlenld Mlenon.lte.' 13.1. Cucumbi'rJ.' KKK I'lnnt. Kal.l (Irmnn.l '
for a social hour and refreshments. Hampton are spending/ a week at the I ..m. (Vln.'.Ilfurnl., rnr.ril..j:;: :. ;...Cy-., l I..t\..... M.......,... ()k..... Onlnnn. Fun.Icy. F
home, of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle-. .] prices f'an.t.... 1'pl.. 1'1..1.111.' $n.pdr.unn. PHpiMiit;*. Kmlliih. Hplniich, H''|tm.h..
I FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry Verh.n./nns.. I N..tllrtll1'n l and, MIL(. ritmHUM.I TurnipH. HutMbHK. CMHUIluupm
L. and children ton. Mr. Simmons is employed at the Wllnt HI'.r Sweet' 1'.... .n..1 l Wat rmiflonM.
Dr. and Mrs. O. Haynes plants crown from pure mountain

spent Thursday in Jacksonvillewith S. A. L. depot. stock. $3.50 per 1000. L. T. Bell, Phone 1 9, giveus SPECIAL; BULB OFFEU. .

Dr. J. O. Haynes who'continues 'Waldo, Fla. I0-13-5t order and beconvinced.
seriously ill at the home of his daughter Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Daueherty: and I your J 10) Each of the Following Bulb $1.00'

Mrs. W. J. Grant. loaf J. C., went to Lake Butler'Sat FOR SALE-5 room cottage and'lot Posture Prepaid ti

urday to attend the Christian church at Lawtey 1 block from school- Hyacinth!, NarciwHU-: na lTodii. Tulips l und Freenias
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Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan and convention: for Bradford and Union house. $400 cash. L. II. Hill Law- II Hemingway's II .
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children Mrs. Laura Hemingway and counties.. tey. Fla. 10-13-41 We rheulull'y advise )Vu, WHAT WHEN and HOW t<. plant in
Ancil Meade, of Scotland Ga., who is --- FLOItlDA. Write for copy of III.I.S'1) HI'foCI.I.11: :' I It .
their motored to GairJesville FOR SALE-My: farm one mile south .MILLS 'I.OWlm SPKCIAL! :
guest, W. E. Wainwright/ of Lake Butler
)Malaria Chills,
of Lake Butler 154 tenant *
Sunday and spent the day. has been in Starke during the week acres
and main houses. Apply Mrs. T. J. 666Cure Bilious Fever Mills Seed Store
on business for Union county. "Zeke"is ;
Dekle. Starke. 10-27-41 and LaGrippe.
William Coleman who has been a always warmly welcomed by his .

sufferer from cancer in his left leg many .starke friends. FOR RENT-J. F." Canova cottage on Operated by MILLS 11111.'I.OIUST.. Inc.

for which there was no relief except North Walnut street, opposite A. To Stop a Cough Quick 3B W *"t Uuval Street I'. O. Uox 102 Jacksonville.!!! "'''''rid.l. a.j
through sputatlon, had the limb amputated Read the first chapter of the Book S. Crews Apply to E. E.-Canova. It* HAYES' HEALING HONEY'? a -

below the knee Tuesday fore- of Revelations and come to the Presbyterian 10-27tf cough medicine which stops the tough by. 1a
noon. Dr. Middleton was the surgeon eating the Inflamed and irritated Ussum.A .
church and
Sunday morning, t
and the operation was successful.The L Mouse-colored 'mare mule box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
see how you enjoy the services. Cold Head Colds and
Cheat
for
SALVE!:
scar on right shoulder, slender built Is enclosed with every bottle of
Croup
pastor of the Presbyterian wehcht.about 1,000 pounds. C M. UA YES' HEALING HONEY.!: The salve and scalds '
church will give a sfew talk on that I The Children of the Confederacy Phillips Route 2, Starke. It* should be rubbed on the chest and throatf An ugly cut ? mirns
wonderful book of the Bible-tha will meet at 3:30: Saturday afternoonat children Buffering from a Cold or CroupThe I MENTHOLATUM

Book 'of 'Revelations. The first address the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. LOST-A Hampshire sow and six: hMlln saws combined of JIa with T'V the Jfea/lo heellod Money ell_10'"I MENTHOLATUM
i, will be given next: Sunday : Canovaj Hostesses for the afternoon shoats marked split and underbit in "I.TOV de *Ih.. .h..C-PeT .M 8&lv. through lids 50(55 01 is and cools the pain and a

morning. We trust that anyone who are Mary and Eunice Canovar" This one ear and straight split In the w.a. "nnMdiM eoe_. arid._p.cJi ,.< In 00.carUJG sod the antiseptic Jie alsthebli't ,,;
1 can: attend these services will I\nl'' will be a business meeting, and officers other; also a yellow iow, unmarked. ...iof ih.eombbwl.....-'to Mo.Ju healing. t

them both interesting and profitable for the coming year will be elect- Notify Levy Sweat. Route 1, Starke t ask HONEY.your (boggled low HAY'ILALINU : -- a /

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\ r: I ....................... ......_ I wish to deny emphatically, the report I

R l-- published in this!: paper about a .

With The Bradford week ago, announcing an engagement J'

? existing! between Mr. Alfred F. Gay-; )

fl. *. ford and m'self.Vhoever composedsuch

I' Farmers a concatenation of exugerntedmontrosity
: County
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,'>-\. ,,' t t, .if: L!i ...................................................--............... --J I with their BERTHA own verbosity.C. LACKA YE.I ,.'. .

I J I The above appears in the Leesburg .

P1 J \\l..- Commercial. If any one In Stark has
below where the is laid. It
l I I twig egg
COUNTS AfiKNTS'; : REI'ORI'SPutnamPotato been misled by the report, the enormousness -
I drops to the ground und the egg ;
of his propensity for cred-
busypreparing I hutches und thrives in the dead wood. .
growers are ulousness )Is apparent.
E goons for early planting; I And therein lies the secret; the larva ,

i ( hatched worm) cannot live .
young a
y pronpccts are for H normal ncnjaifethin Sparing 'the rod is no more likelyto
b wood therefore, the mother : '
upon !green
spoil the child than sparing praise
t' \yea r. beetle cuts the twig off the tree so
t'I when it is well deserved
I -
I St. Johns-LivofV interest at llasting ; it will' die and furnish a supply of ""

\ \ in the approaching fair; merchants deadwood for her young. three Heating potato chips in the oven S
in nbout
bankers, business men land The eggs hatch for a minute or two makes just the >.
liberally for weeks and the larvae-whitish and
I brokers are contributing difference between. sogginess andcrlspm'Bs.
tunnelling into the
i legless-begin
{ financially.
s l its support, wood beneath the bark. They make' '

I -toljucco exhibit to little growth during the winter, but NOTICB APPOINTMENT! OF MANAGERS The "
I Madison! -.Kent u ; AND'tlKHKS FOR GENERAL .
I' : convention in New Orleans in spring they grow rapidly and com- ELECTIONAt .
the Lt'tcUm their transformation into adult It* rexular mating October 2. 1032. tho .
were held plete of Bradford
community meetings Hoard of County Commliwionere
I" Four the coming beetles by the latter part of August. County. Florida appointed manairer and!
thin week in interest of clerks for the several election precincts. of
4 It may be Interesting to note that null) count for the general election ttf ho
: county fair. this beetle girdles the twigs of Australian held Tueadn after tho Seat Monday In No.
-- vcmbiT. 1022,, the aamo being the 7th day:
0 I and oak, but never lays its eggs nf unlit: month, and clerk imjtrueted to nubli Telegrap
I Polk-Farmers are preparing h the namea of paid immanent and clerk
in the twigs of this tree.
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for full crops. Packinghouses HH required by law a followniUmlrlrt
land
: planting J. R. Watson, entomologist of the No. J. I..wt..y-.II. A. nianchanl.
are pro-coloring Parson Brown, W.O. Wontvn. J. T. Kmlillnh. munnxurn, and
citrus Florida Experiment Station, recommends 10. }t. Pearce. ..Ierk.Dlotrl.I .
oratitfen. Outlook for a good No 2. Stark Inorth-W.) E. Flavin
good. : : the following method of control T. P. Wall. Harold Wall manager and r+
crop i III exceedingly T. N. Kvndrlok clerk.
I : Dintriet Nn. 8. Stark uouthJ. W. M.r- /
severed during .1. W. Etiwuriln, A. ,
J community "Gather the twigs eon It. Nowaom manages
I Taylor! -\Vc will hold FIX and J. L. Peek clerk.
next week, one fall and winter and burn! them. In Dintrt No. 4, Gcahnm--H.r. D. Wamlln, I
j faint In the rotinty this way all the eggs and larvae which Th.... OIHImtn. Frank Abernathy. mammon, II I
and W. T. MrEvor. clerk.
each day.willtonAgriCGltalnl. I
( would develop into a new generationthe IJUtrlct No.6. Hamilton Jeniwi Alexnndur,
,- .1. V. Jon., H. H. Hall manages, end A.
and fruit next summer- will be destroyed.If M.. Williams, clerk.. j
hickory or per- niMricl Nn. II. 'i hnroMa-O. W. Ilinmm. D. ,
there adjacent S
schools held throughout the county are W. Moore H. D. May manairen, and R. C.
simmon trees infested with the .itiiie Hi-fbcnrer. dork.UlHtrlol .
much
en-
last. week were 1I\I'cellMfulj; No.1. New River-O. W. Andrawa. .
I f' thu..illsni farniem.FlaKler pest, the cut twigs!! of those. trees, J. K Adkini., S. C. eN"'., rnanauern. and. .
s among C. M. 1'hllllna, clerk. I
should be destroyed also. '
Dixtrlct No. 8, Brooker-J. H. Kutluy. A. < ,
r.. Green J. 15. Clemona. manages' and L. ,
the promiseof

a local-\Ve bank obtained to support potato : won 1 THAT (JETS IN CHICKS'EYES T.AtUitt Onteen. clerk _J. M. BROWNLEE.Chairman Hoard. Is one of the necessaries '

axHociation, financially, just GLX W. ALDERMAN,

j as grower far HH" its resources will\ permit.* I A tiny worm- made; ;' its appearance T Clerk:..- lO. O,3tll.3 'of life for Bradford


1 of the better : in South Florida\ not many years nj,.o NOTICE IB hereby" OF given MASTER'S that under SALE and by and that
I''t :
with three :: County people
I Lee-Met I and is now threatening to become virtue 1 a certain decree, mnde and rendered : ,
clubs this week. The subjects September 27, A. D. 1922 by the Judge of the
j fruit very annoying to the poultry in cer- I circuit court of th. Eighth Judicial Circuit
r r !! for study, and discussion were, injects This is of Florida, in and for Bradford county in this fact is becoming more
of the state. worm .
tain
at 'this lIeai parts chancery alttinir 1 in favor of .p. Davit complainant
4 found in the grove known Manson's worm and irritates I and! atialnat: W. J. book: and i Alice
antI the full application of ferti as eye Blnck. hia .wife the undoraijined, will'! offer for and more recognized all
4 i son, one or both eyes of hens and ale before the eourtiMriae' door at SLK.ko.
stt Bradford county, Florida beUw the leKalhoura
liter chicks. A I 5 per cent solution of creo- of ante on Monday, the US rill>
tin dropped into the inner corner of Vdintwr 1H22. tu the hiichot and If Hi bid '.. .
Hamilton-Shi| |)ed two carloads of for cash the following deicrlhel Inniln. .ituuted -
the eye seems to be the best remedy. in Bradford county 1'loridu. ta*wit: number of subscribers
hogs this week for prices that were this is The Northeast Quarter of the Northwest new :
Our farmers Many reports say that worm Quarter and that, \portion of the Northwest -:
{ thoroughly satisfactory. spreading. It was introduced into Quarter of the Northeaat Quarter west ot the added .
show an increased interest in treatIng S. A. L. railway. ie.. three and one-half acres constantly to .
; I this country .within the last ten years in the northeast corner belonging to H F.
I corn for weevil; fully 500 percent he Martin and one acre sold to Mary Jane HobInnon. .
corn will be treated within and is now fairly common along laid \land lylnv and below In Section our list. Join the proces-
more lower east and west coasts.: In speak- Twenlynilx Town.hlp Five South, of Range
I few days than all of last Twenty-two Feat, and eontaininir, forty and
the next ing of the worm and its life history, one-half acrea, more or I.... Alpo commeno* sion and find out whatis .
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year. eng at a paint one hundred feet wet of the .
extension poultry -
N \V. Snnborn specialist
Seaboard Air Line railway track, thence on
of the Florida College of Agriculture the north line of the Southeast Quarter of going on at home f ;
Columbia-Preparations are being the Northwest Quarter of Section. Twenty-sin :
localcouncils recently said: and running South and parallel with the aid \
I made to organize about sixteen "pjggs of the worms are washed by railroad, three hundred. and forty-Ova feet, and abroad
of the county farm bureau thence went on the same variation aa the 10C'tI..n ,
tears from the ryes to the throat line alx hundred and (Ixtytet, thence
the communities of the coun Ht right anirloa north to the north line of tie
among
I where they are swallowed.\ In the in ulKive flo>cribcd forty acts, thence moat t,,. ( e
ty. I Ij testines they are hatched or thrown the puma line to the point of beginning, con-
: --=- taming five aero. more or lee; all In Section .
being loft in the droppings. The hatched Twenty-eli, Townahlp Five South, of flange .
Okaloosa-Many snap beans are Twenty-two E..". .
''eggs (larvae) live in the soil-especI -
and E. M. JOHNS. J .
j shipped l>y local growers! urebringin
4 satisfactory. prices. I I I ially if damp-till half grown, Then 10. -Gt-J1,8. Special Muter.

/( they get into the eyes of feeding hens ,
NOTICE OP R4I.E OF t1ft.Onu.DO 1 PER .,
i NOVEMBER: IS T1MK TO Blush Their presence' irritates the membranes CENT TOWN OF S1'AjKI BONDS

!sows roi: I'IU'oIItIWWI'oIC:' ; :' ; of tho eye. i I' Hert>by notice fa given that the board of
} .bond truHteea. of the Town of Starke. Florida
white.in
hair-like
"This worm in will, receive. aenled bide for the purchase of
two ) color and about a third of an inch in Irt.0iio.fl0' of Water and Light I'lant liondiof
') l Farmers should strive to !secure the Town of ata rk.. Florida uo to and Only $2.00 Per Year
litters of pigs' a year from every I length. To remove, pull down the Innludlnit the 115th- day of November. A. D.

t i brood sows on their farms. To do this lower eyelid and with u small scoop, 1022.Saiil "bonds are to be dated the Knit day of '
I attention scoop them out. If no worms are July,! A. D. 1922 and are to be in the denomination $1.00 for Six MonthsS
'I r .BOWS must be given more of 11.0110.00> each and to "bear IntercmtHt
t than they now fereive in many cases. found In this way, it is not likely thut the rate of 6 per cent per annum payable.Hemiannually ,

In spCl&kinloon this: subject recently they arc causing! your poultry trouble and July nf \each on year the, drat with day Interest of January cotiponaattached. in advance ,

The principal and inherent\ of aaid
John M. Scott, animal industrialist
bonilit
are payable at the Hanover National
1 of the "Florida\ Experiment Station "To treat, drop a I 5 per cent solution ]Bonk. in the city and state of New York.
of creulin Into the inner corner 'the amount of bonda offered for sale ,la
{ stud. : IMtl: .111111.1)1.') and.' the principal. of acid bonds .

4 "A sow turned <....t to rustle for of the eye, between the ]lower lid and Jay shall of he July due each and payable, ,0011.00 the flmt .,
year beginning with 102ff. /
herself cannot; bring into the world the eye ball. Remove all poultry from and .",Unll with 194J. Bide. will be accepted
until the up to two o'clock p. m.. on November
the old infested ground 15th
more thnn one litttr of strong healthy 1122.\ All blildura. ere required to depoait with .

S pigs a yeur. With a little utte nUnn, trouble disappears. Hear the next ,C......,A......Flitch of the town clerk of of Starke the ,beard Florida of, bond. '

l that costa no money, and with .lit.. crop of chicks on soil tlPit has not been run over with poultry for several made payable\ to Geo C. White, treasurer "
tle extra feed that can be grown on >r the board of bond truateea of the town of
the farm at n small outlay, the same years, or slop all hatching for one Slarke. Morlda.All .

sow will bring two litters a year yenr. Liming the soil will help. Dry, which the b dderaalwill"""comply" the with timo the.terms" Address all letters and remittances to

j easily. In this way a farmer can secure rather than moist soil will also help I of thereof the board after of notice hnnd la trustees given by that the aid' clerk "
delivery of
from hU ono sow what his neighbor : get rid. of this little enemy." bonda can be made. '
Sr Cerllllud check referred. to above fa to be
will secure from his two, following di. >l,.Ktited aa a viiarantea of full compliance Bradford County TelegraphStarke

the.method of letting the sows CHIPS: acceptance with the bid of submitted tioh bid and and the. In failure the event on the of T

rustle for themselves.' I part of the bidder, to comply with the terme
the farmer's hoard. thereof Same shall he considered .
Heap high wintry aa luiuiduted
Professor Scott continued I "It i ieuHjr isj : '
damage and be retained by the board of bond Florida ,
litters in Heap high the golden corn; Irwteve.8aid ,
to two
produce n year .
N'o richer gift has Autumn poured; town of Starke honda are to be tunned
Florida, If the proper attention la for the purpose of reconiitructinir and enlar -
From out her lavish horn; otglhe.towneofoSterke. d electric. pliilt, ,.
given to the breeding animals. Sows Florida. Said bonds ,
-Whittier.The are to be sold for not less than '
4 which are expected to farrow in the The aid boanl of par. .
bond truateea retervea '
.spring should be bred .during October the right to reject any and all bid. :.,(: ,. ,
farm mother whose world I is By order of the said ..
board of bond tru. .' ,. .
and November, the first half of NoVember bas of the Town of Starke. Florida. >.... .
l being a very desirable time. fenced in by the'kitchen stove and the J. T. QimjLEY. .' ,' 'j,, '
pantry door the round does not Chairman of the Board of Bonil Truiiteea. .. .
This will briny; pigs in February. The year r ltratlC. Town of Starke, Floridi .' ._ ', I ',
,accomplish. n.s much as, and she enjoys .
> sows may be bred in April or !May to .. A. FUTCH. ." .',. .
life her
much less than neighborwho ,
furrow again in August or September. Clerk of the Itoanl of Bond TrusteeTown -.
.' be of the gets away from home occasion: of Starke. 10-13-Ut-ll-lO I
This fall litter will out WilY'in .

time to breed for the spring litter. ally. ) ;
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.' If the fiows are in good condition/ ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
In Circuit Court. St..Ur of .Iorid... Eighth: { : ,
Two litters should be far.rowed i" :
when the pigs are weaned,afterwards.they should" and! raised.a year by any good broodsow Judicial. Circuit Bradford. County In Chaneery. '. :: ;; ; : -' : .

breed within three days John L. Oren. '
in Florida. The best times for Complainant "

V 1-AkL.IVS.;\ I'tCAN1H :'UULIU farrowing are in February, and in August Adolph Htiebner.va and Nattl.Iuebner I "::' : : "S.: .

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wifeDefendants.
I BE PICKEI l'I''oI:' \) IUIRNKI: : ) or Scptcrpber. In onler to do I C :

ft aoncarinir hy affidavit appendeit. to the J I
should) 'in the
this the be bred
sows I hill filial In the .hove-..t.d cause that Adolph ,

The pecan grower who keeps the latter half of October, or the tlfst half defendnnta Muebnrr and therein Nettle named Huebner.are his non-reaidenta wife, the,. .

girdled otT twigs of his trees picket! of the State of Florida and they ate .
of November and in April : .
t or May. Mlrhl-I
dents of the city of Detroit State of
winterthat
1 and burnut! in Into fall and
up an. and are over the am of twenty-one .
t pecan grower hUll an eye open yearn : It le therefore ordered. that said non- '.: '. > : ': ', r a ..
rteident defendants be and .
are hereby
The worst of the fall reMUfred -
j '4 S to business. enemy snap to appear to> the bill, of cnntnlaint Sled :. "

Scientific men tell in that in the. bean in Florida isthe leaf-hopper, or day std of IVeember.cause on or A. before U. I 2J.Monday otherwise: the the 4th I I "

newly fallen girdlcd-olT pecan or hickory j.issld. Spray hint with ....1-110 bordeaux allegations of old bill will be taken aa eon- / :. ., -
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fensed by said defendants.
s twig are the eggs of an insect mixture, to every 50 gallons of It !la further ordered that this order .be ,

f hatch out and in turn girdle- which is added a half pint of Black iiihtlshed once a week for four eonaeoutlve I : .
that may *ink iu the Bradford County Teleuraph. a .
on' more twigs, ad I infinitum Leaf 40. To apply this a special covered newspaper published In said. county and """.
This 1. 13.1.a
Tho beetle that does all this /grid- nozzle Is necessary. Write to .November W. ALDERMAN .

S beneath the bark the Experiment Station, Gainesville, ISeal. Clerk Circuit Court.
ling lays her eKg By C. A. KNIUHT.
---u- the base of the leaf )I Florida, for Bulletin 164, which gives E. "Ie. PEBRTMAN. Deputy Clerk. .
near or at Solieiuir' for Complainant. 1I.a l-8t-U-t
petioles. She then girdle -onT the'directions for making this appliance. .- --


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FRIDAY. NOVEMBEK :1: 1923.' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEr.UAPII. STAKKE. FLORIDA. 0. '

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Innin'il for rlrmlfoiil ruunly by tin- Tan uf Il
Llpenncil Collector dupllcatw
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I.I, ,,,.,," txwn filed% with the County Jurticv r.ir, Uu. i of i.Iwl bq Inning. on the not day of.
'\ n. 1021 and coding on the Doth day of Rvptimibcr. A. I>. m8.ihtuniu !! ,

,-;-; For'Whn1'rtind of l.lpenne Total Amt. DueTo Back to 1917 Il'I

r ,, ;; 11 ._ Pnrnm. ':r."Jl.WhcnT ._' When __"Slate. County Prices c
I Merrhnnt Oat.-I.. 11)21) 1 Oci, 1 I. 1 19J28.00 1.80

oil 'n-------WMIwnr.. ) Oil
.1 l LMutan: 'let. 1. 11121 Ocl. 1. 1032______.25.00 12.50 ,,,, i .
I l'.unit ."'r..hll..t"I. .,. 1. 1021 Oat 1. 11)22\ ___. __ 4.50 2.25 II I ,1IIio '\F" 1IIi'I1!' ......-. "1IIii ifii-' '- : ,. ..
i r \'",," '-' .Merchant Oct I. 11121! Oil 1.Out. I HIM3.00: 1.50 "' '''''-.
I 11"19, .-- -Mirchnnlr Out I 1. lull\ I. 11122- 800 1.00 1 i .
", ..,," -.-. .- t Minor Oct 1 1. W21 Opt. I, 1022' _______10,00 5.00 .. ,
I"( ,t.n A ('0. ._ ___. \-._Mupphnnti Oct I. IJll Opt. 1.OcU lll.'ll. 8.00 1.50 r
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i '..\* \ .-... -_ Mitrrlmnt Oct I. list I I. 1\I J2._ 8.00 i.no fi ,
I ,?*by & Rnn .-- .--Mctpchnnl Ont I 1. 1021, Oct 1, 19>!2. __.. ... 8.00 1.50 DelcO'Lighi Price Reductions ,
Co Manhunt _______ .
I'i\pr -- Oil 1 I. 11121 Oo! I. 1022 4 50 2.85
I' ThorniM -___Bnrhor Oct I. 1921 Oct. 1, 1122---- I ,50 .
1 W..IIorl.. _____________InHiirnnpd Oct I. 1921 Oct. 1. 1022__.____ 2.no
I furmrMerchnnt rtriumUtMiiruiin Oct.OcU. 1. 11121 Oct 1. 1P'J28.00 15A2.2J .
\\ _-MitrclwntMiner 1. 1021 Oct. 1, 11122______ 4.50 Now in Effect
.. MprchnntI ____
I" I --- Oct I. 1 !!11IIJ1 Oct 1. 11122 ___ 800\ 1.50
I ,kir-klitrr. ) .--. --- Mppchnnt Oiu( I. oat 1 I. 1DJ2______. 8,.00 1.50 ..
H IJrkln _.-___Mopchnnt Oct I. 1921 Oct. I. 11)22) 8.00 I.all.. If
\1 Mvnr ._____._________Mprchnnt Oct 1 I. 11)21 Oct ',I. 1022_______ 4.BO 2.211 I' t
,', Whlt Son ___-- .Morohnnti OcU I. 11)21 Oct. 1. 1022_______ 4.5010J2 2.25' -
N i C. Wills ___________..-_Murchnntih' Oct I. 11121 Oct 1. _______ 8.00. 150 can now buy the most popular
Canto ___-- Onrmrcpurlinir Oct. I. 11121 (),'t. 1. 102J: _____._10.00 800 YOU, i
> ________-------Mrrchnnt O.U I. 1021 Oct. 1, 11122_______ 8.00 ino '
M Urv n -Murchnnti Ort I. 1\121 Oct. 1. 1923_ 4.no 2.inl plant ever built Dclco-Light +
| Stnnftcll ____-____-___-__MerphnntMunnlnu Oot 1. 1"21 Oot. 1. 111128,00 .no' ,
-Mprchnnt Oft 1. 1921 Oct. 1. 11)22)) _______ 4.BO 22A Model 866 for
,I dram! County Hunk -HnnknrBM 0<-1. I. 1'I21! OcU I. 11)22) _1500 7.50 ,
,,fll Tclrphfinei, ('0. ____T..IhoRft.
Openlori Oct I. 1921 OcU I. 192"-------111 .on

'" W Burney __.__.____-____ __Umber OcUOct. 1. 111.!I Oct. 1. 1022._ 1.00 .BO
'I I a Miwek-y ._ ._? _;.._Morchnntit I. 1921 Oct. 1.OoU 11122__ __n 3.00 1.50 ,

i, rtiomna ..___. ________._Merch.nl Oct. 1. 1921 1. 1022_______ 800 1.80al less tl1an. '
I Stale Bank ______ _____ Bunker.l OcUOct. 1. 1921 Oct. I 1. 1022.Ift.00, 7.BH( $175
l ,I.-M..rr Co ___._________MerchnnlI 1. 11121 Oct. 1.Ocl 1022_______ 800 1.5(1 o :'d: .1 1'd
I I 11 Taylor .._____...__ ___ _..llnrlwrV Oct. I. 11121 1, 1022__ _____ 100 ..b0I
I \ ItolterU _____--_- __--__MerchantII Oot. I I. 1921' (ac) 1. 1922_______ 800 1.50 two years ago. i ii
It 'kroPr, _____---------MIrchnt Oct I. 11121 Oct. 1. 19228.00 1.80 t
I..S, 1'hai-rmicf ___.______Merchant
i
rtruKtcinti Oct I I. 11)21 Oct I 1. 1022_______ 8.00 1.Ml i
i l Burney _.__. __________Merchnnl Onto I. 1921 Oct I. 1922_______ 8.00 .no Similar
rone, ____ .___.._--______Morchnnt Oct. I I. 11121) OcU 1. 11)228,00 l.fiO reductions have been made in
u ,M Forodo I -- _-_-_______Mprjtonntl Oct. I I. 11121 OPU 1. 11)228,00! i.no '
.....i-.Turpentine Still Oct 1 I. 11121 Ocu 1. 1022_______2000 10.00 other
Hnrrall
.sow,Km l A* Harrell ___________Merchant Oct. 1. lOJI Oct. I. 1922_______ 8.00 l.ftQ : '. styles and sizes of Dclco-Light.
PeSue Alt __________Itntitrnncex Out I 1. 11121\' OcU I. 1922OcU _______ tun .
.
l I' mil llnrhir Shop _____________Urn-horn Oct I. 11)81) 1. 1022_____._ 800 1RO '
\lva..... ___________. .-. Burlier. Oct I I. 11)21) Oct. 1. 1022_______ 2.00 1.00 At these low 1917 prices .
can
'1 I ,. I,?, II. Drub Store -__-___Merchant OclOct.. 1 11"1 Oct 1. 1022_______ 4.BOOcU 8.25i. you now 4k

"nororlol '. I. 1921 1. 11122__.__ __ 8.00 )no install ',
__ for
_
It"\ rwtw. _-.___- .MurchnTitDnrhy __ .. Delco-Light less than at
flct 1. 11121I'Vf' Oct 1. 1)101--, 4 BO 2.211 -
__
If ___________ _MurchnntHrnM __ anytime
.. ___ .._____Phnloirrnpheri* Oct. 1. Oct. 1. 11122.\ n Loll it 00I1.
_______ IIrt. I OcU i 1. 1922.--.___ 800 i.nosoo' within the T
___ nlI".rchllnt
.
"I. p IloHull -- _-_ __ ___Murchnntstrout Oct. 1 1. 11121. Oct. 1, 1922__ '"___ 4.BO 2.22' past five years. A '.id you

\ trout Farm Aiiency -_-- ) OptOil.. I. nisi Oct. 1, 1022 _____10.00 I
r tntc
W Jr ___on ..___finnwe I I. 19211'Cl Or). 1, 1022.____. -1000 A.oo can buy it on easy payments if d.. sh.ed. ;,
ndrema ____ ______ Reatnurnnli Oct. t. 11121 Oot. 1. 1022______ B.00OcU 2.no
11 .... ..___-_-... ___ -._MorchnntHcwonberw Oet I. 1, 11)22_.____ 4.nil s.ei .
+
i
,, ____n__._'_ __Merchant Oct 1. 1921l Oct. 1, 11)22-) _____ 4.BO !22.1T.no See the local Delco dealer for '
'I?' 1)I mI'I uf SlarVtit ___________.Hunkem Out 1. l1DJI Oct. 1, 1022_______15.011 ii1 _I -Light '
Ol ) Tumor __________.____ __ nuliervitiimp ftt.tOot. I. lIt l OcU K 1922_______ 8.00OcU 1.All
I I ____._.._________Merchantrtiivi t. 1. 1022___ .--_ fl.OO II.110 the new price and the Delco- Irk
II AirU ____________InsuranceDnvi. Opt i 1. 1H211U21, ) OU 1. 1922Ocl. _______ 2.BO terms on 1.
I Kl Agt. _...._______litHurnncoDiivU Oct I. 1. 1922__:____ 2.00

l R Aitt. ____-----Tnt9rRnee-Oct.' 1. 1021 Oct 1. 1022____ __ 2.HO 1 i Light plant best fitted to your needs. 1 ;
navla AitU __ ______ _.Insurance Oct. 1. 11121 Oct 1. M22.1VJ2._.____ 11)0) Sz !
I Ki Davis' Airt. _u________ ...InnunmrwDavln Oct I. 1021) Oct 1. _______ 3.HO
i Tti .\,,. ________. InmiiunPlWnll Oct. I. 1W21IMJI OP!. 1, 11)22_______ a>Ko2.M
i II
H 1 i'I. Aitt ___________1nirnnc Ocl 1. Ill't, J.Oct. 11122: ______ &i i MtiJc and CJiutnintccd! JJ> '
M r Wnll Ant. __n____ ...InmiiMnoi Opt.OcU. I. 1\121 1.OeU 11)22 ___u_ 2,BOa r
H ( Wall() Apt. _. _____-- .. Innufanco t. 11)21 1. 1922______ .no DELCO-LIGHT
)H Wull Aut -. .., __-Innu'iincuVNnll Oct 1. 11)21 Oct. t. 11)2.) _______ 2.no ? COMPANY, Dayton Ohio
H i iII Set------- ..__ _InmtiBnc Oct 1, 11)21 Ort 1.Oct. 1H22102J_______ 2.no2.BD 9 i
< WnM) 511t., _.. .------. liwurnncoWnll Oct. I. 11)21\ 1. .______ Illll Subsidiary o/ (]cncml Motois Cor;>or (ion )
II ( .Sgt---------Innuncce Oct. 1. 11)21\ Oct. 1. l'JJ__.____ 2.no IIII III I '
II ( WAil A)t. --. ______Innirancin : Opt 1. lUll I Oat 1. 1022______ 3.80 i + I 1 ?

''' I II <' .' -2.--Undcrtnker' and WILSON AgentGainesville
''mhnhn.r( Oct. 1. I Ml Oct 1.Oct. 1022_______215.00 I? "" ,
l.ewyrr _______ BO'I :shin'
1022
I.
''I.I n..n -"--- -- Oot'Vt. 1. 11)21\
i "V .1011', ., ._______M" vohnntMeMilInn I.I 1"H OK. 1. 1\122_______ 8.nO.1I1t
t ( _. _. IrnL MnrHotI Oit. I. lull 1 Oct. I. 1922. ____. BOO II.M DEPENDABLE Fla.
r l I M. Hiuriin ___________r-Merehnnt Oct. I. 11121 Oot. I. 11122_______ 8.00 1.no .
Sut Hunk __.___-s' (act 1. 11121 Ort 1. li)2'2.-' -1A.10 7.RH v
,llm.lon' W. Billet, ___ .. _,__ ...MorchnntlL.r Oct I.1121 Oct. I, 1922_______ it.flfl 1.5(1
____.MprchanlDi
MnMnry 15 11 .liiftf ltt 0-t. I. 11)211W.I1 Oot. I. 1022_.___'i 3.00 1.BO P
Merchnnt Oct. 1. 1\121\ Ort. 1. 11122_______ 4.SO 2.SH a
\ \ DordenH ".u... ______Merchant on 1. Oct. I. 1922______ SiflO i.nn
I O Million -_ ._____ _Merchant O1.. VI21 Oct. I., 10'23.-_ ft.IIO a.oo DELCO-LIGHT
.rlfin(:Jriirin'( ( a* lohn.John. ---___-_-_ --Mail MnrkclMerchant Oct 1. 11121) Ort 1,. 1922______ 8.00 2.80 I

mll ) _______ .00Opt. 1.50
L!| I( Oct 1. 1\121\ OcU 1. 1122\ 8
I_ .,9e11.u ______- --_---_-lIo"n"--- Shon Oct 1. 11121 1. 11)22\ _._:___ 500Oct. 2.80
1I01lIn1lA..rth- _______ 1.50
1,1ll D. "' 1)111erchnnt. ] Dru' rl.t Ocl 1. 11121 1. 1U2.I: 1.00 I j

I" T.lr.I" Co ..--.01>urnt i:r1, oCTrhyhon'w OcU 1. 1')21 Opt. I I. 1022 ._____ _14.00 7.0111 I

______..____.___InnuiancoInsurance Oct I. 11121" \ Oct 1. 1922 -- --. 2.no i : ) .
I II Hill Oct. I. 11121 tart I. 1022Ocl _______ 2.50 .
.. ---- .. ____ 2)0o -- :
''. II "------ Oct 1. 11121 1. 11)22-
? Hill\\ -Insurance'
_
.
I. ItB : ; -_:: ::-::: ..Merchant Oct. 1. 11121 Oct. I I. I'WJ -___ 8.00 t.no( ,. _
\.wlln ____ 850 -- -- -- -- -- -
MM OeI I 1. 1921 _______ -Insuran0o' -
: -
: -
F Drown II10urn..e" 0<.t. 1. 11121 Oct. 1. 1922rOou ______ s no I 7 4.
M F' .Drown 11121' 1. I022Oct. ."___ 2.801 CA1.OAIRI, !SAHVATRS
114UK :====::::=:-.I nauranre pt 1. ----I
v, M M ,F. Drown Brown __ ___InHurance Oct I. 1021 1 1. 1022.--___ 2.ro' EVEN: WIIKN CAREFUL'

tnM..1 County AbMlrt"rt'lC'r; fltle.: Ocl. I. 11121 Oct. 1. 1922_____ 10.00 BOOS -
r'l; "chlnp Agent Oct I. 1..31 OpU 1. 11)22.--11,00 .00 Alachua County's Foremost Shopping Center = = Trenrhcroim
It F..J.hn". -- -- (Ill. 1. 11121 Oct 1. 1022 -_. .__ 8.00OcU 1.1101 i Drug Cnnnot he Trusted' .
WiUer-on"1"I "' ------1.-a;; ; io"uOTnd oat 1. 1921 1. 11)22--: _____2B.OO) 1280 i And Next liHe) May Start
: Agent Opt 1. 11121 Opt I I. 1922___ 10.00. KOO I Ii I s, .
}1"'Hiiin; __ _>R..I) _Eeln___"SJ,'rehant Oct. I I. 11121 Oct. 1. 1922--. .- S.00 .no) Shop Our Marl\ Orde.- Department. Trouble'

," I A :11111.:P"'atl -_ _.:-_"--- -Merchnnt Oct 1.,. 1921 Ocl. I I. 11)223,1)0 ,1.5" Through .
1'
I'uloniel( / is It
\h, ,?.)"! &; .Ion,'. ------.p0:?!* ::,I',0:? of Sllll\ act Ocl'l't. 11)21 11)21)) Oat Ocl. I.1.I 1912------H.2220.IIn 8.110) 10,00'rurpnnM.r 1,50\ I 1, you lint!diuiKcruiiB.flake: you miir may r fagr-!
A Youmtl-lnnd ---------1 }"Ice nel. I. 192119''I Opl I I. 111)__ ._._.10.00 n.oti" I fully from soreness of gums, tenJvr-

1)C rHWren Wall'lowl- ._:_____.. C.-.Merchantil oct r 1"21" Ocl. I. 1922------. 1. ''I 5 ;i in. I ness of jaws and teeth, swollen tonirtio .

,(1). inn lt"ii Naval Stores C" -.Tllrlee tlno Still\ Ocl. 1. OcU 1. 1\12220.00 lo.oo i ; ;!; II C Jll h af!!' I I and, inccessive" nalivii ,dripping! .

,one Naval l Store To. ----1\\\ ::.' ;mib. Oct. 1. 11121 Oct. 1. 1022-_--_ .-20.00 10.00 i, IQuolify 1fit/ d' from the mouth. D''>I1't trust calomel v
1'L
Ven'Ilor 9r .. 0,201Me'lirtne 77' <:::; It Is mercury; clllck| llvl.'r.
I
1.Oct. I 1. 11121 ( ct.--
,. Mudlcln. To -- ------ Oct : ; --- I
; 1. 11)21) art I. I ,..2OcU ___?___ 1000 100i If you feel bilious, huadacliy, con- 4
IIi (1 W. lI..wn ----------------t 1'hyntclnnHntnmnn I I Ont I.Dct I. 11121 1. 11)2-a_ S.llll .no =- GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA fftlputed and all knoihcd<1 out, just go I.
Store ... : Ocl. I. till'------ 8: .00 l.nu2no
Nnval :::; I. tl'Jl
1 I' : fI..mltun M, hanIR to druririHt and bottle of
Co your grl
Naval SlonnDr Oct I. 11)21: ()rt. I. 11)22_ __- A Oil / a
W n. HnrVt. ..------- -.-VhynicmnVerchant OPU 1. 11121 Opt. I I. 11)22) -- .- 1.1 VIit '::3 )I KI|" .
"Ife !"Ht.rki axon A Mill, inwlinc'I'nery! Co "-- _' -j'hyolrh.n: Stable I "el.OPI 1.|I. I'121 11121' Oel.Oct I.1. 1\122 11)22-----\ -_ _10.00 00) 12..noA non Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to- wear Dsy' Goods and wlntli) I Is 11 I It /n ului" fetuble) lubaU-

I :* ';R1)r .1, ('k Will.Mlildlirton, -=_.;== :rhynicinnMerchunt Oct I, lll'Jl Oct I. 11)22 _10.00 .no tutu for .il..'iKeroiia: calomel. Take
\V .oo 1.noi sjioonf il and if It ,doesn't .
1022-' a
1. 1021 Oct. I.
___________ e1. ----- Notions in Central Florida.
... .
ITo I. C .Irfhn. _. _____ ______Merchant 1. 1921 OcU I. 192211.00 noi !livir ni d I atruipchti'ii ;you up hatterand
110 'rm'l"Siirrrncy ..____Merchant t. I. 11121 Ocl. 1 1. 1)-2------- a.on .no ; ijuliker: than nasty calomel and
121 _-...-.__. .__Vhynician Oct. 1.1 1V2I Opt. 1. 1I)22) !_, 1000 11.011 .. .
r"; Pi. ..K. T (nmpholl __.__ _----Lewawyer 11th (I. 1 111211.t.. 1. 11)22-) :. ..10 oo( n oo ---- -- - without! making you sick, you Just goback
1. :" 1r... AdklnR -- Oct. 11121( nrl 1. 1023.:! _. H..ft" 400
1. I I arid get .
I 1'1
___MnvingMnving..ihng : your money.If
1'1..at.a lExtxt.rtntxt.reA __.. 1I.lIft
I:! rnloty: __ nct 1. 1t1"1 (h t 1. 1x:3 10011
__ I
11.4, (f I.. "".k" Sun_ __.__________ _Lawyer Ort. I. 111:11 O.t. 1 1. 11122__ __-fl till 0.00' UK: \\ 1' i KU: I'I':ti'I'N! you take calomel, today you'll 1)9
." '.11 n. H:. KnitfhtDr ______nnM.rchanl I I. 1 1'11 not. 1. 1\122\ __ -. -- 3.0'1 I.BII I i sick and nauseated tomorrow; basldcn
: 'l r' ')I "hlllh.o ___ -----hrxlrtun opt 1. "Il'I" I n.-t. 1. IN1u 100''" SJNt
while if
it salivate takuDodion's 4
9 n1',1. rta''""'* __"__"____--Morchnn art 1. 1'121 01411. 1922 140 2 7d + it month, or HO the may you you
'. C wilnwrliihl a Son; -_Morchanw net. I. 11121) Oct. 1. 1\12"\ __ a)1) ).60 IIIhll".1 Liver To no you will wake (
0 n W the a of ( !
my
.tl ""..II..,f n.ern.r., net 1. 11121 net I, Int1 20.ftll 1000 up feeling great. No salts necessary,
:9 1'11x11 A Howe _Turp'nUno____. tII..rchnnt O.t. 1. 1\121\ Orr I. 1922 -- -- _- 3.00 I.B" : = = = yam = \ ""'" Klorldu each Glvo It to the children bvcnuso It \il

U 1::1' .Pnwrll I. W<rhr pnwell; !) .Turtf nilna I OPernton Oct.1) t.: ;I.: 1)121 1111 I peL Ort, {; 192311.00 1(192-----15.110( =:I : 17.111 I OaI4 : I l in l 1'1"11; runeu: wlllt.r'j. \ perfectly harmless and cannot salUvato 1
.i.-----.Merchant
10 Wreka. j; ( __-Turpe'ntln. Brill Oct. 1. 1921 (h,.t. I. 11)23.__ ..311.0/1 I .II"I( I,' flumes and da ) ,-Adv.-C8, 0
en.
0.7 fir O. L. Hnyne.. __" : i ; ways whorl icamc is to fI, ,.< I
111 C A Smith /Ii Co. __. -'rU"II'nUno 0.1. I. 1112nnt.\ 1 1. 11122_ ___ 20.)0, '11110))
merchants, and othi-rn .r'
Oltentnn .m' i
I.M
x11.1 I. 11)21) 1 nrl. 1. 11122 -- _
t. A. Smith a o-----------Merchant, __ .MrrchnntII Inl. I. 11121 0.1. 1. 192'------. 13.00 I.M :4 'J. for a W"rthle! ""d" ,"
A Co --
Smith -
to C. A. .
C A, Smith A Co. ____.-Tutororate(1x11: I. 1\121 Oct. I. IN22----- 20.00 III."ft card or other Hinitliu, I ,Ii '
O IIE7 !let I 012--- 1) n" 2 09
O. A. AnI- ---- ; ; _-Garatce, ,)cl.: .: i: 21121 OatOct: h: i'l-;;;; = :- =I3JIn:; 7,01): ,i mhi-mi'H, ; other lit'''I '4 '

'1 I'on.umera:: Lumber Lumber' Co.o-.Lumberrlwtrn_:_____Merchant not. I. 11121 1 I. 111 ______ .LMI :_ all THE JOY ()to' \\OltJi man nix. his whole xinu-ii) .. > and prrHtliislvc, dam, et
11 1 Tonaumer. Opt 1. 11121 Orr 1. 192. --- -- O1) .110
IA Wm ALL n --.::::-:_::. :.Mercn.ni.Oar.ce l'c4 I. 11121 Oet. 1. 11122_ -..___ A.OO I.nop"i. ''elHiii'' h: 'dm"n1 kii, n'> L I I0 B. J. Bellenirec _-__._ ___ ,.* Oct. I. 1"41 Get I. 11)22.0.00 1.611 We I hy selling uhH<'rlpliorm t>> ,
If ; .. iropry Co. __ __ _IO.lIft R.ttO seem as a nation to be 1u1rering with it and in the -ml rut "ut
Oct 1\12.1
________Lawyer -t I. 1"21 I. :
__
___
O Floyd Green DeSuo _- _.____ Morrh.nU .Oct.... I. 11121 at I. 11.22n__ R.IIO 760IS from a mania for play. The huic generation and misery : .' that, Hometimes never mine. for nose?a/refjfiro i
<
9 Thomiut --- 7
_____ _____ _S l*.. c 1 I. loll' Oct 1. 19222B.OII 13.00 ,
O. W. Alvare. 8t"bJ development of pleu.iure-chasincf, No wink uhiil we live and! hitch Mtcp|>inK tun
____ .____ Oct I. twit\ pct I. 1922___ __ A00 I.BO au- I ix
1 J.. P Colley __ _-._-_-_-_._..Merchant.Merchant Oct I I. 1\121\ Oct. I I. 101122.00 1.110 tomohiJeH merely symbolize our unl- work ,makes' ,,11th.. ,dignity | infer stake in CllnMoli.lnt..j. Give Quick Relief

2 1 C.po n.1.. Hemingway Ht..1wea .-_ .__. Oct. I. 1921 nrt. 1. 192--------\ ,u0 100I vernal restless euitvrnexg to to riin- But vvrjtmni depenilH, on "' (' Inr., or the Bubble

S l E.>:. C.M. Jone.It. John. ______..._-__-___________.-_.____Merchant Lawyer1 lcl.n'. 1.I. 1..21 1\121\ Ort.o.t. 1.I. 1922 l\I2210.01I\ ___ ____ 4.RII 2.all 11.110 fling after Bomething anything: that 'bolt at work. If We r..iiilcr! I : Ix, which will pay IO1'1'1'/)/) | rarr r

d C. JonenI' -_ Undertaker rort I. IIt21 Oct. I. 1112228.110 12.lIn we can classify as diversity. Under mereK noincthlnK thut must 1 I.e firnt year; wire tupperx' and
1 0. C. Jonea ,._..__ ..Boltllnij Works Oct I.I 11t21 Ort. I. 1922-10.00 G.onA. flne.'I I -.--
A. S Crew. ___ __________ -___I..wy.r Oat 1. 1021 Oct I. 1022---Innn: 11.00 pressure from tormenting cnn titu- becnu it citn't i be i/'tided, mu. I variety of bunko men,
0 R. R. Crosby ___________Meat MarketS nrt.1'21 Oct. I. IP22.-1)n 1.00 highwaymen mcond, story Thorn (. M Phillips ;Mrs J. ''I.
I V. Andreu ___._ ___.____Merchant Oct I. 1921 Oet I. 702211.00 1.11" ante our leffialatures are piling up t'> he Judged and xkimpcd and 'iuest, i
I .1. W. Edward. __.Turpentine Operat-r Oct. 1. 11121 Oct I. 11122-_____-20,00 10.00 holiday*. And the cry of labor everywhere ru, the minute thr, LT.HIO/IT. | bank robbers. Yes, they, I.uk., A. O. StrUkliimr, GV I la/in, I
2 R H Smith __ _.,.________ _Merchant Oa I. 11/21 Oct. I. 1922.______ 8.00 1."" '
|t R. H. Smith A n Co. ____1-"___Merchant 1).r. I. 11121 Oct I. 14225.00 I.RII Is "Cut down hours; cut looking, if we regard it an I probably in greater num Mack Ajldimtn, .1, 1.I tit(-phrns, Jl t' .

1 R.R. H.H. Smith Smith*__Co.__._.Tnrpentin.______Tunwntine Olrrator Oct I. 1921 kt I. 1922---: ____20,00 10.00 down hours," until it deems as if drudgery and nothing I'IMp.! it ever before, and theyx.will Kinlcy, Mrs ('lorrnri" IIIooiNworth, .1.) ,

Operator.R rapt I. 1921 at I. 11121__ __ 211,1110,00: I.RII b'rtef. tired minutes were all that ly 'hi'dimes n curse nnd I a ,' I picking for :Mr. llarnurn'i It Drown, II. II. Mull ChfHlc.v Kit;!ir, 1 I
...__----Merch.nt a1. I. 11120 Oct. 1. 102)3)0
Thomas M. DowKnir DeSue. Agent -----ln.urnnce n.t. I. 11I21 Oat I. 11122.______ 2.1111( would be left for work. The obvious Put thought into your just as true now an it wan Mrs.; I''. r.. Turner W.1.; l'iirki-r \. 1,

I R R. H H. Smith Smith ------.Turpentine_...Turpentln. Still Still Ocl.rk't I.I. 192'1 19211 Oat.OOL I.I. 1921 11121-_ ___.___211.00 alI.Of' 1".110 17.811 deduction in that work in always pride into it, put yourself ago.-Puntu Oordu Her K.: Wall, RnirrrVpll .1. ;M. Hrownlee, k ,

R. H Smith .. .__.-_________Merchant Oct. I. 111211 OIL I. 1021______ S."O 1.110 something to be Cot rid of as if it Your work In yiturself, or ouitht J. I. fri'; <-n, A. A. Mil.i-cid! C. A. S
_
______ ,
R. H. Smith ___.. __. ____ __.Merchantfieo. n. .. 1. 111211 let I. 1921 8.0 1.1111 I
V. Younv __________ ____Merchant ....1. I. l2n! Oct I. 1921_______ SIN 1.1111 were a curse. It i i is, your creation! the YounKltlooil W B.It'lInnel..r., Dave x
WElllama.Merchant Oct, I. 11121 Oat I. 1112:1: ._... 1.6" .75 : :(; (.\ iiosnit KOI.'i. Johns Mr L. (
Koblnaon A H.( Brownie* ,. __ ._ -__Merchant Oct I. 11121 0cIt. I. 1112:1.: ____ I.AO .a Yet work is life. Proper recreationand and emhodiment of all in you ;Manning, lrK. F:. ,K ii;
W. A. Heawnt. Jr. ---_-_- _-_Pool Room (Jet I. 1921 Oct. 1. 11122..811.0 18.00 relaxation are of course essential, really worth standing room I A. Kllmtrtnn: llr A. J. I Boss! J. 1 K.

even for the effective doing of work vorld If your work is worth I : Those \\ h.. Pun) Siilmrnii-; Howe, 11111 Adams .1. ". firim--, I II. C.
W. R. A. Green, County .Indite uml E W Hayea. Tan Cullvetor of Raid County do
.ion .Oitrinif Odol..r I. A. Brown. T. C.1"1'1'111; 8.
;
Itlfy that the foroicninir I I. correct Itself; and it may be that the part you all worth while. If not, Melvin
1 D.Given U)22.under our hands" and official wan of the County Jud".. tale th. lat day of OcC. has been sometimes neglected of these '! n'.'t. If you take on joy in your W. Brown, liev. W. K.: DauKhcrty I'.

I R A. GREEN. E. W. HAYES. In due'proportion. Cut that does not i 'ther'! man nor
all County Judea e Tax Collector menn that men would ever thrive If'!I' Joy in you. Jr., S. It. Johns, ieo. ('. Williams, ./. Vernon Jones, A. F. ;

hey had all holidays! or even mainly I' The fine! old linen of fieory Swariboin, 1) C. Junes' A. Crilfl; ('. I- finilyard, R.: It. ToppoH,

Piles Cured In 6 to I' (IHy, -r./.I.c : J'- vrtpruri ins.uena holidays. Experience shown over' bert are still irood l to carry : : A. A. Futch, C. K. Pace, T. I'. 1.. ThornuH.

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J PAGE EIGHT. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3, 1922.,

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!I: !9i! J j : Recitation-Marvin Williams i UNSUNG -
Daddy's
"1 Dialogue-Afrinie May Pierce, Hilda THE WENT ALL f&B l

Durden, Kathryn Wt'est,1\lary\ Pearce

Blanch Allgood! Anna Green, Irene KITCHENCABINETEJ

'I. ;i 'I; County News Items 11 Gillett.Recitation-John Latta Wheeler. I \ Tragedies I in the Wake of Undelivered Evel\\

Copyright 1982, Womom V.e.p.p.r UnIm4
_w + I __.-_-_ .Special song/ -Reba Maxwell, Na Speeches. Fairy Tale

I : talie Beulah Wheeler.
Marcionny
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Interesting Facts Gathered During the W *k by ou'l "A garden !Ie a lovasome thing God tfV/AARY GRAHftM}! BONNfg
Recitation-Nathan wocl
b'( ( Regular Correspondent Novilla King Keene. Roar plot.1''rlnKetJ Meiv Have Bowed to Fate, but Will o..i.ty.. .,.,,,,.,. "1 YNII.. ______

I' '. J Recitation- pool, Women, Pedestal of "Right,"
\" Debate, Resolved that the capitol Ferned ..rot. Survive ? THE STONES
"f ._ .-._- ........ should be removed from Tallahasseeto Th. veriest school of peace; and yet Disappointment
the fool contends that God 18oot
BKOOKKU t'o town Saturday. a point near the center of the state. Of all the tragedies of masculine ex "There are some creatures who have

Mrs\ A H. Hancock, of Doerun, Affirmative-Corinne Wheeler, Hu- Not God In gardens! VThtAi the eve Is perience ever since the Stone HUB none said they have had .untrue things nail
but I have a al&1l'TI. :
cool May
Brooker, Nov. 3.--Supt. II. B. Wiggins Ga., was a guest of Rev. S. S. Proc bert burden NegatIve-Erma Johns very sure God walk In mine" has peen more poignant than that of about them, or
the undelivered siieech.! And now one that expression
Cecil Moore.\ -
; of Starke, was a visitor here on tor, Saturday and Sunday. have
MAPLE NUT MOLD wonders whether the women, the dear I been made'
Wednesday;;">' Miss Norma Dekle spent the weekend Song, Home, Sweet Home. souls, will prove more or less seusl- about them, or

Messrs. H. P. Gainey, W. Crews tther home at Five Mile. Everybody cordially invited. Add one-half cupful of brown sugar tlve to the blighting sorrow of preparing sayings which,

and O. W. Barry, of Bradford, were Those attending the Christian con- mixed with a tablespoonful of cornstarch a graceful speech for some Important lt 1 haven't been cor.

visitors' to the county seat Wednes HIGHLAND vention' at Lake Butler Sunday were to one and occasion and then being cheatedby q rect at all," the

i day. Miss Margie Mouser, Emma Johnson, : one-half cupfulsof fate of the opportunity of delivering big stone null.

Nov. Fred Dove Russell Dyal and J. Al boiling'water.. It.And "Now I bdvesomething
f G. M. Beville was a visitor over to Highland, 3.-Mrs. Raymond I
Gainesville Tuesday. Bell and Edward Bell returned Wed- len.Rev. Stir and cook until when It's a clever speech, a truly to
I the cornstarchIs brilliant speech, with a carefully pre : complain about!"
( and Mrs. vis- :
Mrs. II. C. demons left Tuesday nesday from a visit with relatives at Daugherty were I "
seasoned with flashes of + / "What? asked
I well cooked pared climax
Cash Point. iting here Friday while ort their way I
afternoon for Winter Haven where .the other
I Put Into a double wit and droll anecdotes that woul,11make atone
sire stays with her daughter/ Mrs. R. Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was to the convention in Lake Butler.A boiler, add one 'em roar-what a tragedy Is These two

r A. Andrews. She was accompanied visiting relatives here Wednesday.W. play, entitled "The Children's egg white ,and there, lloratlot I I stones were on

by Mrs I. W. Pinholster who returned M. Wimberly was a visitor to Hour" will be rendered by the citizens one-half teaspoonful of vanilla and a How different the history of the either side of the

the latter part of the week. Jacksonville Thursday. of Waldo at the city hall next pinch of salt Stir In one-fourth of a village, of the county, of the world head of a garden

I t; G. W. Andreu, of New River, was Messrs. C. M.\ Click and Geo. Rob- Friday, Nov. 3rd l, at 7:30: p. m. The cupful of walnut meats and put awayIn might be If all the speeches that were bed."We .

here Tuesday. inson, of Jacksonville, were transact- proceeds will be used for educational a mold to chili. ever prepared lied been actually delivered I Always "I will tell
Stuffed Onions.-Cook three poundsof according to schedule 1 But you, Said the
visitor ing business here Saturday. purposes. Admission, 35 and 25. Stay
I. W. Pinholster was a to silver skinned onions In boiling some pesky accident happens. The first stone, "for I
it Hampton Saturday afternoon. Chas! Thornton, J. L. Briggs andC. Everybody cordially invited. salted water until tender. Cut out the hour grows lute. Earlier: speakers hog do not think It H fair and I am won.

Fred Ilazen was in LaCrosse on' O. Guess, of Jacksonville, made a Miss Mary Thigpen, who has been centers and flit, with one-half cupful more than their share of the time. dering whatyou, will think about It.

1 /1 Friday. business trip here Wednesday.R. visiting her mother at Gainesville. of chopped walnuts, one-half cupful of Careless people In the audience get "I. am eager to know what San

,I j Lewis Shriver was a visitor( to the W. Vaughn and Earl Adams, of returned to her home here Sunday bread crumbs, the yolk of an egg, salt sleepy and go home. The chairman think ; very eager, indeed"

j ;, county seat Friday Metropolis, Ill., arrived Friday for u pepper and celery salt to taste. Mix has to catch a trt'a.: Somebody has "I will tell yon" said the'secondstone
LAWTEY to move a vote of thanks and you- "when I hear what have
Guy Pinholster, of Jacksonville, visit with friends. well and fill the onions. Bake one- you to
Alast after hours of anguishing say.
Sunday here at the home of his Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bell motored half hour. Serve on u platter with poor you,
spent
; suspense, you with that magnificent -I "As yet, of course I have !
Lawtey, Nov. 3.-Rev. E. Buyer roast beef.Braised no Idea
q parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinhol- through to Jacksonville 'Saturday. home returned Cabbage.-Slice one small speech In your pocket, you what I shall think."

9 Mrs. Bailey Lang and children, of Monday from Inglis after onion and brown In one tablespoonfulof who have so fulsomely clapped for the "Of course not," said the first stone.

ster.G.. B. Colson spent the latter part Floral City', left Friday for their homo. conducting a series of meetings bacon fat stir In one tablespoonfulof other tiresome speakers-you, the l'] "Pray continue with what you liars

t j of last week in South Florida. after visit here with relatives. I there for the past two weeks. flour and add one-half cupful of most promising orator In the place, '' to tell me," snld the second stone.

Marguerite Shriver, of Starke, Mrs, 1.. W. Wilkinson and Elwood I Mrs Annie Brown Barrett, of water. Add to one small cabbage, are left biting your nails "with all |I' "But there Is no hurry," said the

1 spent the week-end here with her parents Lang left Tuesday for Floral City, Gainesville,. spent Sunday here with cover and cook until the cabbage Is your music In you." It's maddening first stone. "We alwnys stay In Just
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Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver.J. for a short visit with Mr. and Mts.B her mother, Mss, M. E. Edwards.Mrs. done. Season to tOl the other
nice
L. Lang Mrs Wilkinson is plan J. Howe, of Kingsley lake, Ham and Tomato Toast.-Cook one woman In Washington the winter we let the snow cover uj,
J. Nipper, of High prings, spent' day, remarks the New York: Sun. She
spent several days here last week visiting tablespoonful each of chopped onion and we. do not object nor do we go off
ning to visit her niece; Mrs. Lois Wil-
the weck-c>rul here with his family. was the head of a distinguished: fe-
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I her daughter-Mrs.: A. A. Smith. and green pepper In two table- Into the house by the (lire, as peopledo. ( !
liams at before
Elzey, returning. male that called at former
R. A. Weeks and Casey Adkinsonwere delegation ."
spoonfuls of butter when soft, add
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Harrell and Mr\ ; ,
Bryant Reddish of Lawtey President Woodrow Wilson's house topresent
visitors to Starke Monday.E. was
and one-half of stewed "
cupfuls
one "That Is so, sold the second stone.
u and Mrs. J. J. McLeod attended the their respects to him In a formal I
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the of Max
guest
M. Hazen spent the week-end in' Wimberly Sunday. tomatoes and one-half cupful of ground "And why should we go Into the house
Jacksonville. i II. C. Wimberly, Jr., of Island Grove, Baptist union meeting at Pine Level ham, with one beaten egg. Cook until way. She hud prepared a speech, where there Is a lire? In the first
Friday. perhaps a most able and moving one. '
W. W. Thomas, of Cooter Pond, was : spent the week-end here with his par the egg Is cooked and pour over slicesof But the delegation was accorded no place of all, we cnn't walk. We haven'tany

transacting business here Saturday ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wimberly. J. T.'Reddlsh was transacting bus- buttered toast. more than a fleeting and dramatic legs or feet and we cnn't tly.Ve

afternoon. Miss\ Maggie Crews and little nephew iness in Jacksonville Monday.: Ice Cream Torte.-Make a white glimpse of the Invalided statesman.It's : haven't any wings

Several attended the union meeting W. L. Crews were visitors to Miss Marguerite Godwin left sun- I cake, bake In a sheet and when cool an old story for the hardened I "And we can't swim In, because we

at Sardis Sunday.J. Starke Saturday. day for-Jacksonville, where she will cut In squares and put together with male sex, but a new one for the women aren't fishes.. And besides, there Isn't
/ take the nurses' training course at, slices of brick Ice cream. Cover with -a silver-tongued orator "left with any water about In the winter to swim
V. Rasa and family spent Sunday I
I J St. Luke's'hospital.. whipped cream and decorate with bits the mouth open," as the Spanish say. in.

I at Graham. HAMPTON Mrs. Catherine Teare and Mrs. A. of candled fruit. And It sets the Imagination wanderIng 1 1! "If there were any water we couldn't

J. 11; Sowell and family of Cooter A. Smith were visitors to Jacksonville Fruit Cocktail.-Take one-half cupful Into the highways and byways of swim }n It. We can't skate In, either
; ; Pond, spent Sunday here with rela of grapefruit Juice add one-fourth history In search of the speeches that "So \Vhy should we go In when wecan't
fives \ ,I Nov. Monday. of a cupful of lemon and one pint might have been delivered If things Y""Wily

Mrs. T. C. Ilazen was on the sick Hampton, 3-Mrs. Youngblood W. P. Dunham, of Jacksonville, of grape Juice-that from the catawba had gone a' little differently should we, Indeed?" said the
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of Therossa visitor
was a here Sat- spent Sunday( here at the home of his '
Chill
and combinethe
list last week-end. grape preferred. For Instance, It Is probable that first stone. "And that Is why I say
has been' urday. aunt, Mrs. E. D. Sayles. Juices and Just before serving adda among the papers of the former kaiserIs there Is no hurry In doing anything. If
Ralph Hazen who employed -
Cecil Moore who is attending school Harold and Myrtle Higginbotham, quart of ginger ale. Serve at once a manuscript of the speech that he we had engagements It would be a

E f in Jacksonville for the past here, spent Saturday and Sunday with Thelma Rowe, Andrew Harris snit In Iced glasses was going to deliver at that Christ- different matter. Then we 'would haveto

I month, returned home last week. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Robert Thomas, of Maxville\ visited mas dinner In Purls. hurry.
1 Mrs. M. D. Han-ell and baby, of And then there's the that I
f' Moore, of Theressa. speech
friends in Lawtey Sunday. & "Suppose I hud to be nt an office
LaCrosse and !Mrs. Ruby Gaines, of / General Semenoff was just about to
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O. D. May and family, of Alachua Frank Green, of Dunnellon, spent every day-or at sc'hoil-then I would
deliver when he arrived In New York
I Bradford, were visitors here Thurs- county were guests of her parents I have to hurry. Or, suppose you had,
I"" 'Sunday here at the home of Mr and and mistook Sheriff Nagle and a bunch
,' day afternoon = to go to a tea party or to a sewing ctrl -
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Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan last Sun-
Mrs Charles Dinkins. The KWCfl fl flCA of deputies for the mayor and aldermen
: P. M. Barefoot is on the sick list day. I cle you'd tare to hurry, without tdoubt.
I David Durban, Lonnie Harley Misses lie thought they had come to ."
I ; this week.
'f' Nr. and Mrs. F. E. Henry, were Fogg and Marguerite Godwin mo- the station to present him with the
Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler "Do thi'y always sew In circles?"
,
I business visitors to Jacksonville Sat- tored to the State Farm Sunday. freedom of the city, and he was just
asked the second stone
n made a call here Friday opening his mouth to make a properly
/ urday.J. J. L. Harrell was transacting busi-! "I don't think so," said the first
1 1 Messrs. R. A. Weeks and T. C. Ila Copyright, 1521. western NWHpspr Union rhetorical response when somebody
w 11 T. Quigley, of Starke, was transacting ness in Tampa Wednesday and Thurs- explained to him In Russian that the I stone. "From what I've heard, a sewing
visitors Jacksonville last
I zen were tp business here this week. I of
day.Mrs. I Better It Is that great souls should paper the sheriff was showing him wasa circle means simply a number
week. Mrs. F. Hicks, wl o has been the S. L. Alvarez and children, of live In small habitations than that warrant for his arrest. I I people who have gathered together to
:I' There's quite a lot of produce being abject slaves should burrow In "
guest of her daughter Mrs. Parley a great sew. .
Starke, spent Sunday with her mother house.-Eplctetus, ... Frederick JlucXIonules: may have
j )i' shipped from here now. The squash Wynn, of Auburndale, has returned Mrs. Louise Lowery. prepared a speech to deliver to any "Foolish to call It a clnlo," said the

,\t es average about seventy crates per home Miss Nelle Roberts visited rela- EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS delegation of women who should dare second stone.
day; and and eggplants are been to beard him the of "Foolish, Indeed!1" agreed the first
r f;;: peppers Mrs Elsie Sparkman, who has tives In Starke Wednesday.Mrs. on subject the
IX leaving daily. Those who like codfish never tire manners of the stalwart young man stone.
I r' : the guest of friends and relatives in W. E. Torode in
St 'r. Mr. and Mrs. J. ,S./Forsyth of Ziff, South Florida, returned to her home was shopping of It served In a white sauce or In abutter who symbolizes Civic Virtue In the "And," the first stone continued, "I

f I:' spent Sunday here with relatives. Jacksonville Wednesday. sauce with baked sculptor's statue of that name. But will tell you now \what has been said
here Saturday. L. H. Hill was transacting business !. potatoes. Soak the fish, as feminine agitation over the statue about us which has not been true.
: Following Is given the B. Y. P. U.'program Mrs. P. A. Scott Mrs. L. A. Wynn in Starke Is down I that
Wednesday.Dr. drain and pick It Into simmering the sculptor' "Folks are always saying

Y I' for Sunday night, in charge and daughter, Mary Lee, of Starke, .. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was n flakes, then add to a speech to his amateur critics may be things are stone cold. ,They speak of

_, i+ f: of Group two: were guests of Mrs L. Y. Wynn, Sun- professional visitor here Friday.J. It white sauce made by usIng fated to pass Into the limbo of 1 a glass! of lemonade as being stone

I i' a Song-Choir. P. Hodges, of Jacksonville spent I 'two tablespoonfuls speeches that never got themselves cold, or they spealt of something which
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reading-J. D. Baxter. day.Mrs. of hot melted butter spoken. should have been hot and :
: I Scripture K. B. Watterson and Mrs. II. Sunday with relatives here.J. they sny
p I : Prayer. .['. Chesser were shopping in. Starke stirred thick and cookedIn 'Why, It has become stone cold.
R. Eddins of Gainesville attending
was -
n' a Introduction-Wesley Gillyard. two tnblespoonfuls of A New Way to Pay Debts. "They evidently think stones are always -
1\' Tuesday to business in town Thurs- flour; when smooth and Conjuring tricks with bank note cold."
Part Livingston Russ. O. A. Milton, of '
: "They almost always are)? saId the
w 2-Mrs. T. P. day.Melvin
Part
Ward. guest at the Watterson Hotel last Prescott, Jeff and Pasco until smooth ; serve with baked pota government Buys file Montreal Famllj second stone.

+ I Part 3-Inez Abernathy.. Tuesday Griffis, of Highland, were visitors to toes. A most delicious white sauce Herald Finding Itself fared with a "But not always," said the first
i; Part 4-Prof. Craig. Oliver Jones, of Starke, has been town Saturday. can be made using seurcream... The deficit on its budget of IOX(0,000 and stone.

Song-Choir. u recent visitor here.P. fish Is especially good with this sauce. with Its military! expenditure excluded second
Lonnie Harley left Sunday for "Not always agreed the
Part 5 1. ,V. Pinholster. Smoked Herring With Creamed from this reckoning the government .
., M. Geiger, of Waldo, was shop Jacksonville where he has secured employment stone.
,;., Part 6-T. B. Pinholster. ping here. Monday. Eggs.-Cook six eggs; until hard In the brought in a bill for a forced loan cl, "You see," said the first atone,
shell. Make a sauce of two tablespoon- J300,000,0X( The loan will bear interest
I' ;: Part 7-Roswell Ward. Cleveland Sullivan and son, Percy, Charles Strickland of Waldo visit- I at 7 cent and I "when the sun shines upon us In thesummer
I tubs each of flour and butter, one-half per by an Ingenious
Part 8-J. B. Russ. vine of Mr.\ Sullivan's mother we become !
guests ed relatives here Sunday.J. teaspoonful of salt and tvo cupfuls device will he realized Immediate'
\ Port 1 of 8-Harvey Baxter. Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, Sunday and automatically. All the hot, very,
I R. Howe left Sunday for Indian of milk ; season with pepper and suit notes ol
1.J' Part 2 of 8-C. J, Crews.Closlng'song. !Mrs A. A. Futch was a visitor to Head, Mid, after spending a few days after cooking the butter and flour and the national bunk now In circulation very hot.who I think wish

.I Starke this week. here looking after property Interests adding the milk. Chop the egg whites will be cut Into halves, one of whict people w
E. of Lake Butler was inI and add to the will remain in circulation and wit that stones are
Bryan, Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional Lonnie Prescott, of Highland, was coarsely sauce; pour always cold i
town Tuesday. visitor here over buttered toast. Rice the egg represent half the value of the whole
_ Mrs. L. Morgan and children spent Monday transacting business in town Wednes- yolks over this, and finish each slice note, while the other half will be con would feel us on
Mrs. M. L. Andrew and daughters,
it day
r ', day. of toast with a strip of herring, which verted Into a bond of the loan and will a )summer
iP I(' the week-end in Sampson. 'I i I Gladys and Lorene, of Lee burg, were M.\ L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, has been heated and dotted with bits bear Interest at 7 per cent. The na when the sun has

',{ Mrs. Rainey and son, Elzy, are vis- .. guests of Mrs. Andrew's parents, :Mr. spent Sunday here with his family. of butter. tlonnl bonk will be obliged to len been shining up- a

Ylr itlng at 'week. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan. '' the state half the on us. :
Andre I Graham Boyd, of Starke, was a vis- Codfish Chowder.-Take one pound Immediately amount
I : *. S.: V.: was An Gainesville Rev. Burke, of Waldo, will preachat itor here Wednesday.. of salt codfish, one and one-half cup obtained from the division of th< that"And there so I have say ,

"&'h uea..y.ifb" the Methodist church next Sunday* Dorse Higginbotham, of, Maxville, fuls of sliced potatoes, one teaspoonful notes. The conditions of the loan d< been untrue ';
of powdered thyme,'a dash of not affect foreign securities.
pep
Mr. Wagner, of Lake Geneva, was
.' was in town Tuesday on business. things said aboutus. _
'I per, two cupfuls of tomato Juice two
2 transacting business here this week. Mr.: and Mrs.: R. B. Moseley spent cupfuls of milk, two and one-half ." .
: LAKE BUTLERLake cupful
t, The church directory here has been the week-end with relatives near s of water, a stalk of celery diced Canadian Immigration.The "That Is so." t .
1 changed.! In the future the Baptistswill Starke.W. extent to which Canadian Immigration the second stone
I} one-fourth of a cupful of onion diced. has '
Butler Nov. '3.-John Mott hold services here on the third Fen encouraged Is re agreed, "and If I
5 ,/ II. Burt, of Hawthorne, visited Freshen the fish and cut In small vealed In the annual
has traded his place to Harry Long, Sunday and the Christian church' dh friends in Lawtey Sunday. pieces. Cook the vegetables, seasoning Canadian Pacific railway report, which of hat the would had a hurt heart m'e It "Stone Cold.

of Five Mile for his place there the second Sunday. Truby Willis was a visitor to Jack and water, add the fish and milk prevI- just been presented to the shareholders but I haven't ,heart at all. You've

u, A ion was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Young is looking after business sonville Sunday. ously heated and serve with crisped by B. W. Beatty, K. C., president heard people any speak of a heart like

Kinney Townsend Tuesday. interests here this week. James Browning, of Jacksonville, crackers. Since the company's land-selling pollcj atone. That means a heart which I I.

Some of the good people of Lake Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke, was spent Sunday at the home of his par- Codfish Souffle.-One cupful of was Instituted some 84,000 settler bard like a stone and which Isn't really -

,jp Butler presented Rev. and Mrs.\ Doyle the guest of her cousins, Erma and ents, Mr- and Mrs. B. D. Browning. shredded codfish, two tablespoonfuls have been placed on the conipnny'i, a heart at alt
of flour two of butter
tablespoonfuls
I'1 head of chickens Friday Merrill Johns, Sunday. lands alone, and the cost of the company's .. "True "It
S; with nineteen Horace Starling, of Clay Hill, wasa a few dashes of pepper, three eggs, activities In land agreed the first stone
afternoon. The following program will be ren- visitor here Tuesday. of selling, Irrl really doesn't bother me what they 811'
minced
t one teaspoonful parsley, two gatlon and colonization hall been
I Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son, Marcus, dered at the school auditorium next ex when haven't any feelings at all.
,Supt. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was! cupfuls of milk, one cupful of soft tremely large, amounting In the aggregate
+ of Five Mile, visited relatives here on Friday evening, Nov. 3rd: visiting the school here! Monday. bread crumbs and a teaspoonful of to approximately $08,000,000, ait "I may complain l. but my teellDP"can't

/Monday. Song, Old Black Joe-School. Prof. Ernest Thomquest spent the- onion Juice. Make a white !sauce as amount In excess of the total expendl I be hurt,"as I haven't any JeellDiI

-. Mrs. J. M. Mann spent ,Saturday In Reading-Margie; Houser. week-end at his home in Starke. above, freshen tbe codfish by soaking, tare of the Dominion government foi! at aU, at alt

..l Jacksonville/ Recitation ph Green. Truby Willis was a business visitorto then rinse well and date;; add to the Immigration during th% came period. ,
white sauce. Separate the yolks and April Showers.Tommy's .
Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was aI' Recitation-Annie May Wheeler. Starke
Friday.
I whites of the eggs and beat each light A New uncle asked him the name
Dimple.David
II business visitor here Saturday after- and Instrumental Herbert duet-Julia Maxwell Mrs. Roy Roberts returned to her stir In the ;yolks add seasonings, then Is I four and a very fine lad of Mary's young man..

noon. Durden. home in Palm Beach last week, after fold In the whites. Pour Into a but. He has many dimples. He wasjday "I call him April Showers," replied

Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington Recitatien-Vestal Wheeler. ered: baking dish! and! cook thirty Ing the other day when a friend said Tommy. "

's", was greeting\ friends .Lake Butler Recitation-Eugene Henry. spending several weeks here at the minutes. Surround the dish with hol "David, where did you get your dim "April Showers! cried hIs attonlsbed -

Monday. Recitation-Natalie Marcionny. home of) her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W water and serve from the souffle dish plesr uncle. Whatever makes you

J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored Current Events-Julia Maxwell. II. Biggs. With a quickness that was startling give him such a ridiculous name?" "
v 01,7 1tw IM replied "1 touched a toad." Because he brings May \flowers
Tommy explained. The Scotsman.

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