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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 10, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FORTY-FOUR. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1922. ;
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CITY FATHERS MAY: PURCHASE SAD DEATH OF LITTLE <;IHL 1.I "t
I I LIVELY WKEK IN i+'STARK }
SUF- COMMISSIONERS 'WOMAN'S
OKLAHOMA BIG FIRE TRUCKA i INVESTIGATED AT 1NQUESIA :! CLUB ,
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I Public HuHinvHH ;Calls: People [From "I
representative of the Buffalo Fire 1 peculiar case ariiinff' : from the Everywhere I,
FERS FROM SEVEREBLIZZARD REJECT BIDS ON :1 DEDICATEDLAST .
Apparatus Co. appeared before the (death of little Bertha May Khoden: \', .

city council at their regular session 13-month. old child of Mr. and Mr\ Tho present week;; has; been n very I .

on Tuesday night and explained'his JAIL AND LOT Walter Rhode-n, last Monday, is winsing : ', lively ono for Starke. Monday tho ;<
fire fighting apparatus. Although the FRIDAY
no little comment throughout thin county boards met und tho fall torm
council feels the need of additional 'I
suction.I of
I the circuit court convened.) These
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apparatus, the matter was laid over I About the first of September the I' event brought people hero from allover '
TO PROPERTY until the of finances is de KENDRICK, APPOINTED INSPECTOR : MUS.| J.]
HEAVY DAMAGE exact state thild treated W. S. JENNINGS' OF J.1'KSONVILLtl '
was/ by a prisoner from this and, nrroundiiig counties. \
,\ND LIVESTOCK-WIRES ALL termined. MARKS AND BRAN OH thu State Farm for what ho pronounced -i| : :. DEDICATES NEW Tuesday wall election day and l the I
voters
DOWN IN OIL SECTION The Buffalo apparatus comes mounted DISTRICTS 2 AND 3 I' an attack of malaria. The first I i CLUB lIt1SI30( PKKSKNT: : of tho products Invaded tho town. \
on a Ford one ton truck chassis I _
i visit resulted in The '
a hypodermic injection court resumed its work Wudnesilu.v '
Tulsa Okla., Nov. .1.-Four bodies is equipped with a motor water pumpof Board of county commissioners of in the>> fleshy part of the hip, and |: Mrs.V.. S. Jennings, of Juckson- those who had business with it e:i

had been recovered at 9 o'clock to- 200 gallons per minute capacity! ,, Bradford county Florida, met in reg- the. next day he called and, mndu an ; villa, vice president of the (general; ) dime buck and, are still here ""I!

night from the wreckage caused by a besides a chemical tank, ladders and ulur session November 6th, with all injection in the other hip. An abscess federation of Woman's Clubs, dedicated I Trading. has been brisk and all have s lit'
terrific tor 'adii which swept the oil hose for connecting to hydrants. The members present as follows: J. M. on either hip immediately form- the new club house here on }Friday been busy. Much buying) that had

country in Creek and Lincoln counties price complete is $3150.00. By the Biownlee, chairman J. W. Andrews, ipd, from the injections and the parents evening lust. This, the formal opening I been delayed until court week, took v .;,

shortly before 7 o'clock this evening., addition of this to the Starke fire department Jr., II. P. Gainey, James Reynoldsand > becoming alarmed, called for a of the dub house, was plt'iis- ,phico, und our merchants have done f

Revised estimates of the total num- it is stated a much lower Louis II. Hill. I Luke Butler physician and who, lag affair to the residents of Bradford I 11 roaring business.The. >\I'' t

ber of dead obtainable at that hour insurance rate under certain conditions Minutes of last regular und two }learning the child had been lulminisUred ",- county who were present. In her address old-tlma horse swapper was :'u A

through meager information driftingin can be obtained. special meetings read and approved.The | to by a state prisoner, refused Mrs. Jennings lauded the women I conspicuous by his absence Horse ; at

from the stricken area placed the matter of appointing or recommending -1 to treat the abscesses", but did.l give of Starke who by their unity have trailing In the orthodox! way cannot :, '
total number of dead at 25. Earlier BALDWIN DEFEATS STARKE an inspector' for marks medicine for tho supposed malarial caused! to be erected one of the most I bo done :without whiskey and the t

reports had placed the number of kill- and brands was taken up and upon : condition of the..afflicted child. The beautiful club houses' in the stute. moonshine is not only hard to get, \I

ed at between 60' and 60. Bradford High ,School's basketball motion Thomas N. Kendrick was I latter continued in a critical condition The club house was artistically decorated but Instead of putting imbibers in :;'

Scores of"persons are reported tohave team opened their season Saturday recommended! to serve as such inspector the abscesses growing larger for the occasion and did l creditto gooii humor, it makes them cross' and '
been injured In the storm and it.is last at Baldwin, going gown to defeat I the committee in s
for districts Number 2 and 3. and larger and the flesh rotting' away charge of which and sick c
reported that other bodies yet unaccounted by the close score of 1310. Although Bond of D. E. Knight for notary until death relieved the child of its Mrs C. F. Hoover was chairman. The Rut horse buying nourished for !

for will be discovered. defeated the Starke team was by no public approved. pittlable affliction. rostrum was made immensely attractive Dowling & Johns sold! large numbersof i

Property damage tonight was esti means disgraced. They were outweighed Petition received from citizens of It is said that one's fiat could have by tho presence of a centerpiece, guaranteed horses and mules and, r 1 1a

mated at more than 3000000. Oil / every man by their oppon- Brooker asking that the name of Tine been put in the places eaten away by basket filled with chrysanthemum, drove of volts, auctioned by G. M. Y

derricks and rigging are scattered' over ents and this handicap alone caused Sterricks be placed upon the pauper the abscesses. Owing to the peculiar a donation from Mills, the ]Florist, Inmiin was! quickly sold.! r. ,

an area of 10 miles and more than their defeat. roll, and upon motion he was allowed circumstances connected with the Jacksonville. Keats for tho speakerswere There has. been no disorder during

50 houses are completely wrecked as The line-up of Starke was ns fol- $3 per month. caw, it was deemed advisable to holdan arranged in a Memi-circle about the week. Vigilant policemen and.l the

a result of the storm. At least 30 lows: Med E. Thomas having moved from inquest over the body, I and a jury tho rostrum. abneitco of whiskey kept the crowds. t ,,f
persons were injured, some of them C, Ras Brinson.L. county, his name was ordered dropped was elected to determine tho cause Mayor Comer L. '''wk. acting Ult lUlft., -

fatally. P., Charles Johns Lacy Rigdon.L. from pauper roll. of and responsibility for tho baby's master of ceremonies, sounded tho

The storm, which came up from F., Bob Demorest.R. Mrs. Maggie Browning of Lawteywas death, and the jury's findings war- keynote of the evening in his. opening TRACTOR FOR( HAULING M

the south, swept across the open Ok- B., Maurice Edwards.R. placed upon widows pension roll. ranted the issuance of papers by Justice remarks when ho said, "\Ve owo our -

lahoma flats and tore into the oil field F., Gerold Middleton. at $10 per month.J. Paul J. Carrin of Rniford, for presence here tonight, before this Joe Grillls has a contract for supplying

section where its greatest .havoc re- Brinson starred by Starke caging M. Brownlee was appointed a the arrest of said state farm prisoner, beautiful building, to the bright women the power bonne with womb i 1!

sulted. two goals. Johns and Rigdon also committee of one tQ have the court-I named E. A. Carthell charging him of Sturko. Remember women went This material being exhausted within

The four bodies recovered were of showed ability. house' repainted and repaired. with malpractice and having' no legal ahead worked figured und l have thru a radius of three or four milo of
the entire Jennings family who lived j A return game will be played with I their efforts finally realized this. beau t'
oUike
The old jail and lot;vere Offered for, authority to servo as a physician and hauling wood with mule power -
[ the Prairie Oil and Gas Company Baldwin at Starke on Saturday of this tiful edifice as II rewank' We I
on sale at public auction pursuant to ad- collect fees.Sheriff are I U a cosily business. Mr.' trims

i lease two miles from Drumright. week.B. vertisement, and after all bidding was ; Brannen was given the war proud of our women, we arc proud of I I has solved the problem by lining! his. 1 '

Telephone communication established over the commissioners' in open session rant against Carthell, and what fur our club house, as any city might bo Fordxon tractor for pulling i a stout
I with Drumrlght at 8:30: o'clock to- H. S. HONOR ROLL FOR SECOND ther be proud." I I and his loud.
rejected all bids as unsatisfac- action may taken remain to wagon! are not limited
| night, disclosed that artier reports MONTH be Been. However, it is staled that Rev. [)Dunham rcftor of the 1'Pillco-1: +I l hy the weight of the load, but by the

j that the tornado struck Drumright I tory.C. E. Crosby presented the agricul- the grand jury will make a thorough pal (church offered 1 u most impressive! \ rapacity of the wugon. And whenever

[ were in error. The chief damage, it First /grade-Charles H. McMillan tural report for Bradford, county for investigation of the case, and thu re- piayer. I lie rood is tolerably good, he run
[was disclosed was done to Olive, a Nellie Edwards Mercer Hickey Ma- inspection by the board and name or- Miss Iris Epperson was shown much II move List.ILII''I'IS'1'
bel M. Netf Annie Murrhee Lois sponsibility of the little girl's death
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small town 12 miles from Drumright. dered to be sent to the commissionerof appreciation by her rendition of a piano
I Here' it was the full force of the tornado 'Long.! Miss Olive Ray teacher. agriculture at Tallahassee Fla. placed where it belongs.-Johnstown solo sulc'tted.! CllllltCll HULLHTIN

I struck. I I I Second grade-William Tison, Mary Board adjourned to moet the first News. Thu first speaker' to bi introducedby +

Relief parties from Drumrigrht have ", Brownlee. Monday in December, 1922. Mayor Peek was Mrs J. T. Moore,
The airship contest in. bearing fruit
| started for Olive, Third grade B-Luella Cashutt G. W. ALDERMAN: of Luwlcy, scetiunnl vice president! of '
Victor Thomas. Miss Jessie Thomas other sections of the stall As cvldenrc I tho Florida Federation. Mrs. Moore In several direction! First, in punctuality.
I teacher. Clerk and Auditor. of this, L. A. Davis {Into Nearly the entire !school In.
Denver Colo., Nov. 4.-SoutheasI brought proved a charming speaker!> and her i,
I tern -riorndo tonight was in the gripof 'I Third A Richard Long, Etholin our office Thursday: several line explanations. of tho progress\ of the in place by ten minufps to ten each .

[ the) tirst severe storm of, the 1922I White, Pauline Dubose Evelyn Stump EARLY CROPS CEIt7'.tINhaving large: strawberries picked from his clubs In her dmtikt was most instruo : Sunday morning! Thai's splendid.! ;

season If has taken two live, re- 'I Julian Peek Jr., Merrill Williams I pat<'h. With the early Missionary .ivo. Sirs Moore congratulated the Second In Inl'l'IQsl'.ll1tll1nI"e.: That

Isultcd T 1 the severance of trans-conti- R. L. Thomas Gracie Alvarez, Joe this year/ planted chiefly the plants, coupled! with our incomparable [ women of Starke on having the most I in n a M ft that the scholar arc attending! :

Inental) wire communication, caused a Brown Maurice Morgan, Cleo Shepard Missionary strawberry farmers of soil for berries, farmers of Stark beautiful club lieu,. she had more' regularly and that new 0)11(111/11'1''
ever I (ruing addud] to the HchWl. A Him
prop -t damage amounting to many Bon.Sternberg. this locality are most certain of an and Bradford county are sure to rc>!!pan sewn. j I
thous Is of dollars and caused tho I Fourth n:-St. Elmo Struth, Hazel : early crop, and which will lead all early and bountiful crop. As Mayor Peck introduced the group of now faces incrcimu'ln greeted( 1 im last/
I Adkins, James Richard Wainwright, .. Sunday. Third, oll'orlnifs.
Loss -- speaker of the
>f much live stock. ---- -- evening hire W. S.
Thf ii-i'Tni took the form of a cy- Rachel Silcor, Muriel Silcox. Miss Jennings, national vice president ofWoman's Title has gon.< away up. '
Tho result of nil this Is that everybody
Marguerite Shriver teacher. COUNTY BOND TRUSTEES LET
lone In Crowley and Lincoln counties Clubs tho audience allowed
Johns Elton In happy tispecliilly Hunt.' Qul-
district Fourth A-Beatrice !, evidence of their
the for
---twr< tornadoes sweeping appreciation: the
I Icy, who IH anxious to nmko the school
Thomas Gill Thomas Williams
Cone
speaker. Mrs. Jennings explained/ ,
I I Geor.re Inman. THREE IMPORTANT CONTRACTSBOYD I that her visit here was to/ bring: gr Hings one of the boat of the Iluptht schools:
I Fifth grade-Iris Brown Merrill in the state. Drop In and coo us onSundiy
|RENTS MUST HE WITH from national! headquarters to .
i next and witness what united
Clara Louise Peek Theo- +
McMillan I
CHILDREN DRIVING CARS congratulate the local club on their
effort! will uecumplixh.! The poultion -
dore Young/ Isabel Kasstynski Louise & BURNETT OF MACCLENNY him. new building, Shu would not bo vice iII |
after
of the Is well looked
"Children of Starke and Bradford Hayes! Leila Dea Andrews. Miss Isabel GET JOn OF STUMPING! N. B. Hull, of Starke, was' given the president, she announced: except to ships
I by Avlntor Hrowrilee, and all are carer +
count. under'! teen years of age Bullen; teacher. f AND GRUBBING NINE MILESOF : order for a carload of combination II bring the ofllco to Florlrf.i, the state ,, yr ,
l to how the ships will tttand on
anrnt drive an automobile unless ac- Sixth grada-Ruth Sternberg, Raymond BROOKER ROAD-POST American wire (enclnl{. Ilk bid was for which she Is living; ty see developed. r see -
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Sun"
tompanie There will be divine worship
the cir," says an order issued this teacher. LOCAL BIDDERS.: I I Baird Hardware Company, of CJalnes- departments which the club includes, I G
n. m. and 7:10)::) p. m. In the morningthe 1
Peek by Sheriff Epperson. It Is a Eighth grade-Florence Andrews vila, but his offer to store tho wlro emphasizing the sect that the primary .
series! "A
tho
fourth sermon in cm ,
tate law that children under Sixteen! Edna Manning. Mrs. Bessie McGruder The board of bond trustees of Brad. and, permit the trustees to use it as object is "community betterment., Fishing Expedition": will bo given 'the t

hall not drive automobiles by them- teacher. ford county had a busy session Tues needed was considered an ndvuntagi Mrs.", Jennings canned her audience ." Those
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'oplc being "Convicted. rmons
elves and Sheriff Epperson states his 'I' Ninth grade) -Miriam Ortagus.; day and then adjourned without completing worth fur more than the difference! in to appreciate all she HIII id.< "Men; are have been of a helpful nnturo tld ..
eterm'nntion'! to enforce the law, ow- I Tenth grade-Hugh Brownlee. Miss all'of the accumulated busi price. proud< of us," She said. "Wo know ,
and
large
> and young, l'ulI'trugu- ss
ng to the ever increasing number of Florence Matthews teacher. ness. An adjourned meeting will beheld 1 I A communication was received from they are' behind us or wo would nut tlons have profited by thum. Ifl tho
ildren barely out of kindergarten I Eleventh grade: -Isabel Fernnncjez, Tuesday: Nov. 14th, at 2 o'clockto the chairman of the state rnnd, ilni ''be getting; ahead." The/ aJlAiM of / last "(JIII'II,
evening the sermon oti
rivi'' oars on the streets every day. Blanche Alderman Eunice Perkins! ; take up the unfinished, business.The i partment advising that whim this Mrs. Jennings will long bn held: in the l Jewels"! will ho given the ntucial topic t,
Th' law dpos not prohibit children Claudia Terry. Mrs. G. C. White, flooding rains during Octoberdid camp of convicts! is sent hero to "stump, memory< of those! who were fortunate being "Their Vnrlety." Tlui.U one>>

him driving but it does make it nec- teacher. much damage to roads and bridges and grade the main highway ,, ('1'1191 In being present. of tin moat nutlci'iililo thin an about

sar- that they be accompanied by : Twelfth grade-Eleanor Hedges. S. throughout; the county, and the the county It will be entirely at at rte Immediately/ following/ the program prccloni utoni'S and, their plm'<'it end-, b

older person.MOONSHINE. S. Dowling, teacher. board paid out several hundred dollars expense. The state will( house and refreshments of Ice cream und caku "loss variety IH un elvmont uf unceasInp -

MEETING for repair work. There is yet subsist the convicts! furnish girinM were served, the cream ,briny, a donation : interest, both, to the merrhuit" and w
COSTS NIGGER LAW BIBLE CLASS much work that should be done> but and foremen and such !smnll tools n* I to the club by the Purity lou the wenn-r. There is but fine) thingin

CONSIDERABLESammy the road generally are) in passable are needed o'n the w>rk. In mMithn> Cream Co., of Jacksonville. which stones /"r"--th.y

At the pleasant home of Mrs. G. condition and it was the sense of the the department promises; that If possible 'I Thosa serving were Mis.. J. II. hitch are all! jewels.precious From the timo of

[ Stephens, a negro of Samp- W. Alderman, "on N. Walnut street board that only absolutely necessary they will( furnish the tractors, ;Mrs Paul\ E. Canova, Mrs. E.: E. CIII Pliny their variety has b-01, n keen

In '"tt' ', started out for a good time Saturday afternoon at four o'clock, repairs be made pending the work of graders and other machinery necessary I n'VafTB.; J. M. Brownloo, Misses si'Mect of study, and on S inlay evening
l Starke Saturday night.' He boughtg1lrt the members of the Law Bible Class, general improvement that will be for the prosecution of the work: Iris .:;>l1l'rllon.lIeen Alvarez ElmiiRobinette we shall consider thin varipty: asa f

of moonshine in Sampson met for a business and social meet- rushed as much ait possible. !I The coming of this! state force has 1\Ind"e MM'Jlot'ir'] Tara! symbol of fhu variety of (:..d'. Jew- '
Ity, drank half of it on his way hered ing. The reports of the various com Two bids were received for the been* delayed on account of the tor- !Mae Shepard. elm

when he arrived Chief Kite greet- I, mittees showed the class is aqtivo<; stumping and grubbing of the Brook; rential rains in October which mud Tho J r-cuiving committed greeted" We pleased to greet traveling j: i
are
s him. I and the plans for future work indicate 'er roed from L. A. Wynn's place via it necessary! for then to bo ratuHcd i (he guest and wall compose J of the men nt almost every si>rvi'-c: and to t.

[CHl'f Kite took the shine for evince a lively (interest. Graham to BrookeThe' contractvas longer on the work in hart l1Jbn c > .ri. cUb's olllcers: Mrs. N. D. these und! all other visitors ..... extend l la

and placed Sammy in the I'I'I After disposing. of the business, of awarded to Boyd A!: Burnett of '1 tV, but it U. now hoped to have th--.+ ': Tifht, Mrs J. }}. flitch, Mrs.' wain-I!: hearty, wplcom to join v"'h us lathe r
i Hi I t' -?kr up and t lose his sunny' the class, there was"a helpful readingby :Z'.tcclcnny. Their I''ij, "as: at the rate here by the end of Novotilipr. T1' .: Tint. J. .". riiicii.i.. .iii s
press'on., Mrs. E. D. Card and social conversation of slightly above $50; an acre for local board, could! go alien I wi''}> 'h' ii rrrunfjl/ attired und the subject worship of God.

1 melay-morning Mayor Peek fined yns enjoyed. The hostess Mrs stumping and grubbing a 40 foot grading of this road l but if they did! J sit many compliments.

$7.50 which he paid from a $18 Alderman, assisted by her daughter, roadway and burning the stumps and I go they would he expending\ the county I t Those Healed, on the rostrum duringthe CONSTABLE: JOHNS AltfJ STS '*!

.i'F., Mrs. G. C. White, who is teacher of rubbish. Their bid for plowing and money for the only clnll'rf work program were!, Cu!. IVult, Mrs. N. VIOLATOR OF LAW
the class served the class with the At for us at thU \Valnwrlxht Mrs. W. :3. ,
: harrowing such parts of the roadwayas that the state can I U. : Jennings
[IN HONOR OF NEWCOMERS best of home-made cake and fruit. needs that treatment was at the time. In view of tho fact that it !swell of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Constable Jake Johns 'U still on the

.-- punch. I rate of $8.70 per acre, the dirt to b + II Ladies Auxiliary of the Pros- I The aeroplane contest Is creating turned to a depth of sin: Inches and not begin; to build a substant'nl: road :'t. '\. Weeks of Brooker and Rev order all over the county. Sunday,
flan church social much interest in the Sunday school harrow. county, and to build such Uunnani. i.
will give a on cut to pieces with a across the Joke arrested a negro, Corbett Brown
g day evening at the home of Mr. and the plane of tins class, which Is The total cost of stumping and a road alJ will be a permanent Improvement --- ,--- at Sampson City far being intoxicated

# ., Truhy on North Cherry street, named Frances E. Willard is now grubbing the nine miles of road and wo must' ", have help from I Among the visitors who attended l lI .1 and shooting up the quarters there. ;

[ affair to be in honor of the new well on its way around the world. plowing such part as required will the state, the trustee. consid.-r it the I (he opening of the club house Friday Brown wise lodged< Sunday night in

t lers who attend the Presbyterian All women members of the church be approximately $2500. part of windw to wait on the state aening:r were Miss Nal'e Itth..rta. of the county jail. Monday\ morning ho>>
stran-1
ch. After their business session, are Invited to join the class and ''About a dozen bids were received department until: auch time a* they Lawtey, who was a icueit of her slier plead guilty when arraigned i before 4

["Brotherhood" will Join the ladies gers are welcome. I for the 2500 fence posts advertised can join with; the county in the building Mrs.\ E. L. Bifgr( and Mrs. R. A. County Judge; Green and wan fined e;

[the evening will be spent socially. J for by the board. R. II. Thomas 'offered of the road. This Is the reason Weeks, of Brooker, who ws a guest $35, with the privilege of taking' six
. Sunday this church enjoyed a Marcus F. Brown spent llonday in to furnish the post at 18 cents work has not already started on thu month in the "pen.
Ritch
f Mrs. J. ii
Aw er attendance than ever before. .rkc Butler 'looking after \'.. I each. The contract was awarded to I I highway. ;



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A'! J I) i': t PAGE TWO BRADFORD. COU. TELEGRAPH., STARKE, FLORIDA T FRIDAY NOVEMBER!\ I 10,, ,iyY1, t R:,

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Secretary of the Treasury Mellon, once, vice, sin, crime and disease, and

i i W. C. T. U. COLUMN Henry C Stuart, acting collector of HAVE YOU I would have filled our jails, prisons, Be'Foolled

'ustoms for the port of New York, insane hospitals and become a charge/

I L, and Ralph A. Day, federal prohibition upon the public, and a nuisance to the

ir PRESIDENT: : HARPING SAYS' 1811I h enforcement director for the state of EVER SEEN A whole state. Low Price and I-Iigh QualityDon't ,V
AMENDMENT;: MUST HE !SUSTAINED -
New York, who are made defendantsin Rev. D. W. Comstock, a retired Stick .
Go Together
; the suits brought by the companies Congregational/ ) preacher of Chicago/ to

;- I --- will be built in court. TURKEY BOX? started the work twenty years-ago,
did President i
.i,: With no uncertain-* Mr. Hayward; who is acting for and was succeeded l at his death three '

,: .' Harding sound the call to a i Secretary Mellon, in reply, answers years later by his nwce, Mrs. Cora
''I ... the consttut! n
\ steadfast. loyalty to CAILIlJMET
specifically tho ground upon which Hawley Seaton, who served for over
1'' ::1 t as amended by the will of the people"' No, not in a prize tight, that isn't
the for .bl1sd.
injunctions .
I requests are seven years, and these two workers
i 1 when on July Fourth he addressed i igreat a what we mean. The turkey box ware
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( with the aid of such Senator
men as
throng of "friends and neigh' talking about is a nice box of
; As to the difficulty which the foreign Duncap U. Fletcher, Judge W. H. Baker BAilING
bora" in bin home town of Marion, goodies, preserves etc., for Thanksgiving The Economy POWDER
I steamship companies state they Arthur F. Perry, and others who
..i Ohio. ]In connection with emphasi l s:! day. if each family in Florida
wotfld suffer of law
by reason cams charter members of the
were society,
' PI l : upon strict law enforcement, he vpokiof < j pelting them to furnish wines to the would give just one plans of jelly or did the hard pioneer work in build- Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it
\ just
Amendment. one jar of preserves, or one side
the Eighteenth
members of crews District Attorney of bacon ing for what has proved to be a Godsend will only mean disappointments and fail
"Majorities, restrained to the pro or one chicken or one turkeyor
: Hayward says that the payment of to the whole state
) tectlon of minorities, ever must rule' one can of beans, tomatoes, corn, ures on bake-day, which are expensive.
1 higher wages would: recompense the From a small beginning with only
"The Constitution peas, or one box of oranges or
he declared. am grapefruit "
i for the lack of such stimulant.
the crews as they might find it possible, thirty-four children placed out in I Grade
is
the ]laws sponsored by majority 7 Calumet a High Baking
Regarding the. loss of the profit made good homes, the first year, the work
the
( of little
homeless and
]It does matter score or-
must be enforced not
by the foreign ships in the sale of liquor phan children has grown until last year 131(5( chil Powder Moderate in Price
( who If an opposing minor' under the care of "Florida's ,
opposes.
District Attorney Hayward l dren were cared for from every sec-
j ity has a just objection, the rising /greatest c-hArity"-the Children's -
t claims that this loss is the only\ one tion of the state and already so far
will th I Home Society of Florida( would ,
tide of public opinion change When it
which companies use
the will suffer under
this year 1225 little ones have received you
'
: law There is not. only have the greatest Thanksgiving
no abiding liberty under
.\ a strict adherence to the new ruling.To I its aid and "
car*
f any other plan. the'charge of the complaining day and dinner that they had ?? ,,, you never spoil any ( \
"I mean to sound no note of pessi I ever had, but there .would be enough During the first year only $870 was of the expensive ingredients '
steamship companies that the Attorney [ left to raised to do the work. Ten years a.TO / 6 o a,
'i mism. This republic is secure. Menaces over provide for the hundredsof
General's ruling is a misinterpre this amount had increased to over used r
little that will come"under the --
do arise, but public opinion will 1 ones i. .Nfsl J
tation of the Volstead act, the reply $4,000 income for the year, while last
1 efface them. Meanwhile government care of the society all through the: suchasfloursugar '' i;
A states: coming year the total receipts were over N-
must them. The eighteenth\I year
repress
II i I "If the complainants are correct in $130,000. The number of contributors and milk.
Will eggs
to it that fam
amendment denies to a minority a you see your
1 their construction of the national jAltI
prohibition has increased from about fifty
fancied sense of personal liberty, but ily gets up a turkey box for the little I
f act, the implications involvednre persons the first year to over 11>,000 The sale of Calumet
: the amendment is the will of America orphan and homeless children of Flor P ;

.\ and must be sustained by the government fit the exceedingly serious, and the claim ida ? If you can only spare one glassof contributors last year, representing G is 2V times as much
complainants if allowed, would
and public opinion, else contempt jelly, put it in a nice safe little box over 50,000 men, women and chil L
I, f carry with it as a necessary corollary and dren. :: as that of any other ::,; r
send it box "
turkey
\ for the law will undermine OUT a may mean
the right of ship to transport -- "-
any The funds of the society are secured brand.
just that, it whole
foundation or may mean a dry
4 4'l'1'y liquor within the territorial waters goods: box or barrel of eats. All we entirely by direct letters of appeal BEST BY TEST fJ1(

t of the United States." through the schools, etc., at the ...
RULING: OF ATTORNEY: GENERAL :" ask is that your family will send press
: Answering the plea of the carriersto something, whatever that somethingmay ; lowest cost of any children's agencyin THE WORLD'S: GREATEST BAKING'' FOWL rR
SIGNAL VICTORY FOR
permit the possession on board the be. the United States. No solicitors

11 J PROllIHITlOS'1: ships of liquors.hicl!, would be kept of kind the .
By the way, it wouldn't! ; be a bad any are employed by so-
\s under lock and key during "in port" idea if packed with ciety, which means a great saving in ,
you your goodies
t-t'vt The ruling of Attorney General periods, "the defendants claimed that some children's clothes, shoe, ties, expense, and)"makes the record of increase YOUTH MARRIES GRANDMOTHER :' father, E. J. { oberts.R. .
M.\ Osteen, of Ja'k"'t.., yU
such permission would make the
"
entire in income the remarkable.
which the more -
Daugherty, prohibits manu- ribbons, sweaters underwear bed linens
WITH GR-VXDPA'S the .
enforcement of prohibition CONSENTGeorge : week-end at his fat, '!.
facture, transportation or sale of intoxicating quilts, blankets, caps hats, kerchiefs toy.
.J liquors\ for beverage purposes against the importation of M.i +ors, ,. etc. All these things make :Society.Owns Property Valued at -

on American! ships, wherever already difficult, practically impossible. ,. fine parking and would also help to 100,000 ,:! Eye, of Calais, Me., who lee Clifton Drown felurn "u
at the
"
they mny be, is a signal victory for clothe our big family of homeless Not even owning! a typewriting went through a marriage ceremony University .1'"' < ,
machine office chair with his own grandmother, is still Monday, after spendingon %
prohibition. President Harding on the children, from wee babies on up to or any twenty a
? same day ordered the shipping boardto CALOMEL, !SALIVATES' fifteen years of age. years ago, the society has prospered, bachelor, because, on learning of the the sick list at the h
AND LOOSENS: TEETH relationship of bride and the parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. \\ 4r .
put in force the ruling. The decision Why not get your school, church, until today its property in Jacksonville groom, ;
Pensacola and elsewhere is valued Canadian minister who married them Mr.\ and ]Mrs.\ O. L. Ann '
of the attorney general was lodge, Young People's Society, Ladies ,
The Very Next Dose of This Treacherous hastened little !\
to Calais and seized the lIaulthterIargul'rlfo
1 made in accordance with the contention Aid, Missionary Society Woman's at over $100,000. Most of this certificate y

1 filed in a brief by the Nation! Drug May Start Trouble Club, card club, or other organization, property has been paid for directlyby of marriage. Eye is 18 )'cars'' sonville, spent the week-pnd' i r Utii;
9,+ \ old and the bride, whose before !Mr. and Mrs J. J. McLei.d\ .,
Woman's Christian Temperance Un' to : the members of the board of directors age
get box for
You know what calomel is. It's up a turkey us. They '
the ceremony was given: at 43, admits Jeff Pasco and Miss\ M.vr'i-, j''
will all the ladies auxiliary and through: i
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan- gladly help if you will only
ion.The liquor interest are pressing gerous. It crashes In sour bile like start it.Please. a few bequests Vhrough the twenty she is 63 ;years old. of Highland, motored toM\ \\ f, tJ

the president of the United States to dynamite, cramping and sickeningyou. do your,best for us, however years. The society now has a receiving The ceremony was performed at St. day. f''

recommend modification of the law to Calomel attacks the bones and little that may be, and please mail, home! plant second to none in the Stephen, New Brunswick, by the Rev.G. Russell Everett, of Atum'' j'

allow foreign ships to transport and should never be put into your sys- express or ship by freight/: to the Chil- country, built on the cottage plan, and Goucher of that place. The nup- was a business visitor hI'1

"possess liquor inside the three mile tem. dren's Home Society of Florida, 1901 is a credit to the society and the en- tial party returned to Calais and the S. A. Bryan of Starke, wa,

If feel bilious, headachy, constipated wedding reception in Wednesday '
limit. The law clearly prohibits this you Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Florida.Or tire state. was progress g
and all knocked out, just has when the clergyman arrived to de- !Miss Leta Fogg of l-awu-: .
and the American ships obey it. Why go if you live in West Florida please The home society no endowment -

not foreign ships to your druggist and get a bottle 'of I send your turkey box to our West fund, receives no support from clare the marriage illegal because of faculty, spent the week-end \

Letters of appreciation should go Dodson'a Liver Tone for a Florida Receiving Home 7th Avenue the city, county or state, and depends their relationship. The wedding! fee parents in Graham. t t

from the members of the Woman's which ta a harmless veetable substitute I and Jordan St., Penaacola., solely] and entirely on volutary contri- was also returned. Ossie Prevatt was transit "

Christian Temperance Union to Attorney for dangerous calomel. a There can be no finer to show butions of money, food and clothing There is said to be still another legal iness in Starke Sntunlu.;. k

General Daugherty for his ruling spoonful and if it doeant start your gratitude for way Its support is very democratic, for it obstacle to the wedding, inasmuchas Ale IIowe of Gainesvi* .k
blessing
liver and better and your your own
and to President Harding for his quicker than straighten nasty calomel you up and with than to do something; for these little ,' comes in from the school children's the woman is said to have one husband Sunday here; with Mr. and :Mi-,

1 action in ordering the decision pennies to the largest contribution bf living, a paralytic who has beenin Smith. ,
prompt
I out making you sick, just go back and ones, who have so little they can he'
made effective. get your money. grateful for. Over 1200 of them have $1,000.If the Calais home for 20 years as an !Mrs. Dewey Bennett and

Both in prohibition circles and at Don't take calomel! It makes you been cared.for already this year, over there is any one special reasonfor invalid. He is said to have consented and Mrs. Carrie Starling.i '

: the department of justice the view nick the next day; it loses you a day's 0,000 since our work begun. Be sure the success of the Children's to the wedding of his wife and the land, spent Monday\ here \\it,f

', was taken that Mr. Daugherty's opin- work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens to get your turkey box off to us in Home Society of Florida and its great boy who had been a member of t.hl'oWl..hold lives and friends.

ion was strikingly explicit in its dealing you right up and you feel great. plenty of time. Better start: it now state-wide undenominational work, it since he was six years old Carl Wooten was a bunrn- h"

with the transportation of liquor No salts necessary. Give It to thechildren while you're in the notion. is the unquestioned and devoted ser- j and of whom both had grown very to Starke Saturday.

upon foreign vessels within territory because It is perfectly harmless Completes First Twenty Years of vice that its every worker in the of-4 J Fond. Joe Allen, who sold his! 'tar1'

I under the jurisdiction of the United I and cannot salivate---Adv-69. ServiceOn flee, in the field and in the homes Mrs. Rebecca Eye, the bride, or of town to George' F. Young lat- > ,

fF; ,. States. The opinion declared wit:I T.41IP.TRI U:>JE POPULAR November 2, 1922, the Chil- have constantly given to the little I ''Mrs. Rebecca _..."U"' M\rVUIUJII r..ni-/tFn.; ) .1.1. moved with his familv to Crnhai

'ltf emphasis that the approach to with dren's Home Society of Florida, I children that have come under its some of the people in Calais, is the Tuesday, where he has b ug'h-; .11..

l I in less than three miles of the continental I considered as "Florida's Greatest generally care._The Home Society has carried widow of James Eye, an uncle of the I farm. I(
t -
Every month shows an increase in
F, t i' United States of a foreign ship, the number of Florida people who are Charity" completed its first twenty out for twenty years its aim to pro youth with whom she went through JE.. Goodfellow is spending !.i (

bearing beverages prohibited undei. of service to the orphan vide for the need ot'every white child the marriage ceremony. She said the days in Jacksonville thisw.. ." t ;
years ,,
becoming readers of the Tampa Morning "
A the laws of the United States wouldconstitute homeless abandoned afflicted in the state, regardless of the need boy was the son of her married business ""i,
crippled
Tribune. People who have been ,
"transportation" within and regardless of the creed, as far as daughter, who lives in another Maine Subscribe for the Telegraph. "
abused, diseased deserted, de 1,
i I reading the Tribune for the past 28 I
the meaning of the prohibition law that there is something linquent and needy children of the en its funds would permit. I town, and that she had raised the boy J. L, Harrell, J.' J. McLeou. 'v K '

and the Volstead act. years say tire state of Florida. Work is Known Throughout Nation instead of letting her daughter raise Reddish, W E, Torode and L. A. Mart \1
about it that "takes" and "holds"and
I All American diplomatic and consular Exactly 9445 children have received The work of the society is favor- f Ihim.If were attending to business in Clarke; .1 i.,
that it becomes
1 I officers abroad have been instructed soon just as essential the aid, care and attention of the ably known throughout the whole nation If Monday. ..
their meals
that ,
by the state department to give as they can home society during this twenty Scores of other children's agen LAWTEY: The annual election of officer- for .::.II

w widest publicity to the opinion of At always depend on every scrap of news period of service. Of this number year cies have sent their representatives' I the town will be held Nov. 20th Then \
of interest to show -
torney General Daugherty barring any anywhere up to Florida to see its home, study its is only one aspirant for nut t
htvndreds have been mayoi
first in the Tribune. Our 180 Florida ; placed out in selected Lawtey, Nov. 10.-Mrs. M.\ E, Edwards .
I (
/ liquor fromAmerican ships every. correspondents and the full and family homes in all parts of methods, etc The present Superintendent and Edward and Laurie I so far, there are three candidates f;
night Edwards =
? where and from foreign ships in the Marcus: C. known marshal and
the state for permanent care and legal Fagg, everywhere six candidates for u 'f, day service of the Associated Pre spent Sunday wlah relatives
5, territorial waters of America. adoption hundreds. of others have in Florida as "Daddy" Fagg Gainesville. in men, with three to elect, and ">m, >m
takes of that. The Tribune is
I I A short extension of the time in far the care most read by; been given hospital care, dental care, has been elected twice the president Miss Eldredire Reddish I candidate for clerk, treasurer inn Usel'sor. t
i which the ruling set by Mr. Daugher- widely newspaper of the National Children's Home and was shop- q
special operations medical care. Crippled ping in
in South Florida, and is the Stnrlse Friday.
t ty would become effective, was announced representative children have had limbs, arms, Welfare Association, with headquar Max Wimberly Lonnie and Ugh Prescott, 'd'i them
of the state. Rates $8 and sister
by Prohibition CommissionIlaynes t paper and tern in Chicago, vice president of the i Miss land, were in town Saturday
restored normal Beth
eyes<< ears to
the for six use. spent 'Sunday with
by $4 months $2 for friends
year here
\ and was stated to have been Scores of older boys and girls have National: Conference of ''Social Work Mrs. S. B. Austin, of Maxville, was i*! d
A.
three months 75 for month. Bryan and
cents Miss
one
made because of Myrtle '
"pending injunctions been sent to with headquarters at Cincinnati, anda tor here Monday.
special schools Reddish
Daily only rates $6, $3 $1.50, 60 training of Starke, were
cent visitors
:'- I and in order to give full time for com 11-3-6t-12-8 business colleges, etc., where they, member of the executive committee Lawtey Thursday to Mrs. Hayes, of. Starke. '!Iteo!

pliance.' Mr. Haynea proceeded in have been given special education, of the Child Welfare League of America !Miss Nellie Roberts friends! here Thursday.

I',, i his announcement to state that the BROOKLYN taught trades, have become teachers, : with headquarters in New York Friday evening went to Starke Rev E. D.-Boyer filled his appoint
'
opinion was to the effect that the stenographers, bookkeepers, printers, City. Last year Mr. Fagg was elected Mrs. J, T, Moore ment at the Baptist church Sunday> i'
was visitor
1 transportation and sale of liquor on telegraphers, etc. Hundred of others state superintendent of the 111!. Starke Saturday. a to i morning and evening with large at

American ships and foreign ships in Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Carr and daughter /: have been kept with or for wid- nois Home & Aid Society, at Chicago,, Henry Bennett, of tendance at both services The!*

the territorial waters of the United Miss Marion, of Meadville, Pa., owed mothers and father who were but declined the offer transacting business Jacksonville was were' the first services of the or. ;,
in
", States" are unlawful. are among the recent arrivals at Widowers, so that homes and families Much of the success of the Chil town Mon toral year and :four members yen ,+'

Legal Rattle Begins Brooklyn.J. could be kept intact and not destroyed dren's Home Society of Florida is due day.Miss Lizzie added to the church. The attendanrt

1 The'' legal battle to determine the II. Houser has arrived in Brook and scattered. In every case the to the fine group of men and women Starke Monday Byrd was a visitor to of the Sunday school was encouraging

right of foreign-owned ships to enter lyn and will occupy his bungalow at society has endeavored to render just who compose its board of directors Dr. E, L. Biggs seventy being present.1 tlw

". ports in the United States with liquor the Heights. the particular aid that each child and Ladies Auxiliary. These men and professional of Starke, was .a close of the evening services the P"'-

aboard was opened October 16, with Mr. and Mrs F. M. women have not only given their visitor here !Monday tor beautiful t
i Walrath and would need.! No child could possibly time M, D. Carter was presented with a tl
J of
''I \ the issuing by United States District sons" Lawrence and and and thoughtful Wateroak, was attending bouquet
Frank, are back be cared for by the society, even chil- energy personal to business of flowers.
Attorney Hayward of a reply to the from the North and direction to the work but have in town Saturday Subscribe .
are pleasantly located dren who were terribly crippled! and given J. B. Rowe for the Telegraph.The
S, .' bills in equity brought by five foreign in their new bungalow at Keystone afflicted have ever been refused.Hun- thousands of dollars in money, sufficient business visitors and Truby,Willis were Starke B. Y. P. U. will rendt*

\ ',\;:. steamship companies to restrain enforcement '- Heights. dreds are now grown to useful manhood for many years to cover all office .to Jacksonville Fri a program at the Baptist church thu !

, /', ; of the recent ruling preventing Mr and Mrs II. Clark have I and overhead day.Mrs. ( E'
returned and womanhood, and many are expenses, so that M. Harrison Friday) evening at 7:30 oVlnck l
the carrying of liquor on vessels from their summer home at Lake. holding positions of honor, and have every dollar of the public's money spent several of Jacksonville, erybody invited. '

r '1 t entering American ports. Pa., and are occupying; their home at homes and children of their'own- |could go directly and entirely into the with friends.L days here last week !oCr, and Mrs. Truby WainwnK11:

\ Cannot Sue United Stated Government Keystone Heights.Mr. work for the wl '
Great Economy to Entire State orphan and homeless H. Hill and W. E. and children spent Sunday with
and Mrs J. J. Lawrence have While it has cost considerable money children. transacting Torode were tives in Wateroak. .' '
I, The reply makes, in the main, four gone north on business Funds Needed Right Now business in Jacksonville Mrs. 11
a trip. Keystone each ;year to care for these children are Thursday A. C. Talley returnee

'...'i t F contentions: That the district court, Heights may look for new settlers and to save them from poverty, disease While the society has been greatly Rev J. B. Monday: from Griffin, Ga., where-L'
,,: before which the to be heard Roney, of Jacksonville
cases are .
shortly. blessed all these with has
vice '!
l ; crime homelessness, desertion years, a wonderful presiding elder been spending the past
: 'tw has no jurisdiction in the matter. I F. E. Carr has purchased the business l- and worthlessness The Home and increasing support, the church. South of the :Methodist months with relatives. She 'u r th|

4 that the suits are really against the of the Baker Mercantile two months have shown for this district was 1 f''
Co., and Society undoubtedly has saved countless past a deficitof here on church business guest' of her daughter, Mrs Wf
4 United States government; that they will add to the stock.: thousands of dollars to the state over $5,000. More funds must be Mrs. Wednesday
4 I" do not show that the has Frank Jill .ami, three Godwin. r
government children
Advertise In the Telegraph. jf Florida its cities and counties, ando I secured at once if the great work is >f New
r':' consented to be sued and that York City, are guests Advertise in the Telegraph
they The this
buildings on W. B. Graham's the taxpayers of Florida, for if the I to go on. They will be welcomed by week of Mr. E
.9 do not disclose any basis for an action chicken and Mrs. J. F.. Goodfelow. }:
ranch are nearing completion. children had not been rescued and given I the treasurer, R V. Covington, 428 .
Pile Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDrsadka
"'i in equity. He will purchase his stock from Mr. a fair chance in life, hundreds of j St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, or by Leslie OINTMENT'
7,, Upon these grounds the defense of Biggs, of Starke, spent Mon. refund monf y If PAZO
r aj lloltzendorf. hem would have grown up in ignor-11]D. B. McMillan, treasurer, West Flor- ly here?, at the homo! of his grand- re;iMUnlly cure Iwhiim.l..li".vr B'lnd. It-Moil 3i..
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA ,j.
NOVEMBER__ _10 -1922 __- \ __ __ __ __ PAfJK TUUF43

DIIII! IIDI! WlJ"" Green I". Cannon, manager of one of) i: KXl'KESS RATES ,.
:
Iltll W the largest brick manufacturing con I = ,..:::=::;;'= .

: News of Florida in Short Paragraphs 4. earns in the South received injulil1KIn i To Florida Shipper: I i

'wriMMftraMW"'-''''' n__..... iiNnuM*.. .'-,. an automobile an'(dent at Tnni]'u. The Interstate commerce coni'm-,
---1 from which she died three hours lu- eion has entered upon a general umtitfatlon I

f---- ter. With her mother, who was driving I into the interstate rates and ".

StateJSfews the girl], 11 years of age, was on (J charges of express carriers for thv -

", the way to visit friends. when the approach purpose of determining whether suili
Told by Our Exchanges. of a speeding automobile forced rates and charges, or any of them
Mrs. Cannon to turn sharply. The ore unreiiRonable.

.n.... _n.n.". =.mnLlwmmtU"'m"'alWmlllW=wtDmwmm"'mwm car skidded into the curb and strucka I The American Railway Kxpres*
ucic telephone pule, flying glass from has also filed its application with the THE UNIVERSAL CAR

The magnificent bridge over tho I the broken wind shield] severing Miss Interstate Commerce Commission. to. t
river between Lako City William and Allen Rowe, brothers, Cannon's jugular vein. increase its express rates, and 'such
Suwanneo
!
and White Springs; is opened for trnfFmlay were found guilty by a jury in circuit application has been consululutoii with. New PricesF.
court at Fernandina on a charge of The body of Harry LeRoy Layton, the general express( investigation| I
Ii. first degree murder, in connectionwith 17, of Dinner Key, was found hanging the purpose-of hearing. I

morning R. L. Eaton, proprietor the "slaying,] several weeks ago by a rope tied over a door in the The issue -is thus defined: Shall the O. B. DETROIT

of the Girardeau Seed Com- i of William Wingate, 71, Duval county family home. The body was discov- express rates remain at (heir present

imny; of Monticello, received an order farmer. The verdict carries withit ered by a ten-year-old sister, who cut level, or shall they be increased in,- Chassis, Regular $235
fur watermelon seed from Peking the death penalty but sentence pf tho rupe and ran to neighbors for aid. reduced.

i hina and also one from Guantana-i the court was withheld pending; the Suicide was given by investigating officers The, Interstate. Commerce (Commission Runabout, Reg. $269
Cuba. hearing of -application for a new trial as the cause of deeth. One end has assigned those' iroiTediiiK|' : i
mo. I Monday. of the rope had been thrown over the for hearing on November :20! iiyj!': : nt Touring Car, Reg. $298 a

Wilford A. Uetijj was killed and I top of a door in the boy's room. Ap- Washington, D. C. I '
Charles: Douglas] was seriously injured Extra Const Line freight train No. parently after! wedging/ the other end A conference of shipperwith the Truck Chassis $380

when an airplane] in which they 800, running between Lakeland and of the rope tight, the boy walked to Florida Railroad Commission H hereby I

were flying, fell in a street of Okee- : High/ Springs was wrecked near Gal- the starway on the second floor anti called to meet in .laoksonvillc, at Coupe $530
.hobee. Retig is said to have been I loway four miles north of Lakeland, hurled himself downward buside the the board of trade on Novomher 1

M former army aviator. the engine and eight cars piling; up, Imnister. lIe was clad only in socks 1022 at 10 a. in., for I the purpose of Sedan $595These

.....-- killing the colored brakeman and severely No one wps in the house at the time. considering the nature of the evidence
be offered in behalf nf Florida the lowest prices of Ford Cars in
One white man and one negro were scalding Engineer/ H. II. Brow- to "ship are
killed\ and four or five negroes injured er and his son, H. T. Brower, the Capt. T. R. Hodges/:, the state shell pens at Washington hearing, and the history of the Ford Motor Company
near Everglades in a collision be- fireman fish commissioner, when passing off also to consider the means of supplying -
Orders coming in fast place r
tween a local freight train and a work Cape San Bias a few days alto sighted such evidence.! are so yours
train. The bodies of the dead and injured Two men, giving names of II. Wilson a gigantic tiger shark chasing a This matter 1 is a very important promptly to insure early delivery.J. .
were taken to Homestead and and Ike Trainor, were arrestedin school of mackerel right' in the pathof ono to the Florida shippers and it is
later to Miami. West Palm Beach the other day the patrol. Evidently the shark hoped that they will attend said Jack- W. ANDREWS JR.,
by a traffic officer and were charged became offended in some way by the onville conference and assist: this

October's building activity in Jack with violating the city ordinance by ship, for it whirled and struck her a evi-dence ( I :

sonville sent the total amount of improvements speeding/ and having only one head violent blow just aft of the starboard .
since January 1, clone to light. Taken to the police station of. propeller. When the ship came out Railroad Commission of Florida.

the $5,000,000 mark. Permits for last ficers noticed the car was stored with of the water the imprint of the teethof
month totaled $427,041. This was a bottles. Investigation disclosed that the shark were plainly visible on GIVE 'EM COM SIIOfLDKIC
] falling off from the Septembertotal the car contained about 300 quarts of her hull and two large chunks of the HAROLD HUME Wm.P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON.
alight
: Pr..!d nt Vie.PrmiiUnt 3.,. k Tr....
which was $535,09G. liquor.In pine p'anking were bitten out, and Along with other nuisances the advance r c
imbedded in these holes were some of agents; of "dinutnuqims" are Best.FertilizersSupplies. Insecticides Sprayers Poultry i
Warrants for the arrest of SheriffR. a family row Sunday night in the sea monster's teeth, which the now invading the state and l soliciting '
Fair Prices'
E. Merritt and two of his deputies Hopkins Luther Drawdy was probably commisUoner is keeping at a memento. "guarantee funds". ", for winter appearances Honest Goods

of Jacksonville, charging violation of ] fatally shot Mrs. Dave Tyndall in Florida. However, as thepeople Prompt Shipment

the state game laws, following the and brother, Bethel Hunter, and Mrs. of mont Florida towns have Auk neighbor. know.
killing of a squirrel several] weeks Hunter were shot, and Dave Tyndull, Cecil S. Graham Jackson.lie electrical been "stung" by this. uchemo in the your l 9
lilt Before
I Get New Fall pries Buying
ago will be sworn out within the next charged with the wholesale shooting, inspector, is under the eve of past, it i.1 not anticipated that the
few days according to Game Warden while resisting arrest was shot in the physicians and la undergoing the Pai- workers will reap a very profitable E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,
Lamb. shoulder by a deputy sheriff. Draw tour treatment against rabies, ns a harvest this> winl<' .-Tampa Times.A .
dy is in a Jacksonville hospital. Late result of being bitten by his prize bird chuutnuqnu lecturer in interrupted .

The record price for oranges for the reports say ho may die. Tyndall is dog which he valued at $1,000. An examination more often by snores than he i is by
102223season! : was paid to Z. Spinks in the county jail at Miami. I of the brain of the dog, a applause.] -Times Union.

who sold] from his grove on Lake Harris Llcwellin setter, revealed a positive So-called "t hauhaugnas"| are now
200 boxes of Temple oranges for Roy Silas was killed and Otis Bennett case of the rabies. The animal had soliciting "guarantee funds" for winter -

$10 per box, cash on the depot plat had his right leg; broken and was been acting queerly for a few .days : appearances in Florida. AH nu>-! j111fbAUdiF
form. Jlr. Spinks has! one of the largest badly bruised aa the result of a collision and Friday morning; when Mr. and J Florida towns have put up good man
bearing Temple groves in the between Ford trucks each was Mrs. Graham went to unchain it, it ey for poor "shows! (chnulauqtms) .Itis
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state. driving west of Miami." Both trucks t leaped at Mrs. Graham. Mr. Graham hoped that Florida will not he, af '

were badly damaged by the impact jumped to her rescue and was bitten flitted this winter.-Tituoville! Star I 1'- : i
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Six months on hard: rood construction I I and it was with difficulty that Silas, I on the left leg. lIt called a veterinarian \dvocate. ..

for being drunk wni the sentence was extricated from the wreckage. who was not !sure: but uuspected: ( "Cut out the charity entertainers .- ,--- ---.----. ---

',: handed out to Mose Johnson, a white: lie died before reaching the hospitalin rabies. The next day the setter died who Hock to Florida 11Hu' winter IOCIOIa : '-"" ...10=3: $ .A'
man living:; near Pensacola, who entered Miami.: and his brain was examined at the imp, and will soon" bo here lignin," -JCUOl: 3OC3OX 'O=O t;,

a plea of guilty to such charge -- laboratories of the state board of remarks the Stanford Herald. "This ao
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, when arraigned. This was his second Practically every piece of furniturein health where Dr. Arms pronounced a state in tilled all winter with people o
r appearance within the past three John L. Marvin's home Jacksonville positive case of the rabies. nuking for pint .if. the proceeds of on- Full l Motor Service i .

months. hu* been stolen during the ]last .ertainmentH und other ways of (getting
ti -- _?\ few months, according to the owner One woman was killed, three- other money. Sanford::; should have an -
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The "ten thousand people Who are who discovered Sunday his house had women seriously injured and several nHHociatiuii to tube earn of all this Is this what are getting from your car ? If not,
, homeless in the Evereglades" on account been stripped. The house: has not persons slightly injured in jumping work and give the. outsider tho cold you i iC 44
of hitch water told about by been occupied in a number of months, I from an apparently burning trolley shoulder." It I is well known almost jj WHY NOT ? gJ

that South Bay man, proved to be two Mr. Marvin explained to the city authorities cur In Tampa. One white woman died everywhere in the slate, that just such l\1oststandartl engines ore built for honest service
families moving their household articles and it has been ninny weeks on the way to the hospital", An uni- prospectors a.s mentioned come to the
to West Palm Deach on n barge since he last visited the residence. At ( 'ntif\ed white woman and two negro state with the single object. in view I and will give it if they haveintelligent -....

and counted up eighteen in all, men, ) that time nothing had'been disturbed. women are in serious condition in the of making money nit the Iwopl& who

women, children and bird, dogs. hospital. The passengers of an open live here and uthcrx in un easy wuy. 0' Upkeep
trolley leaped to the street when a They talk mud, exploit "ehiirilj! ,"' but 0

Harris A, Marks truck crop aiH- Much excitement was caused) at St. short circuit at the front envelopedthe I it is largely! .i. mulls f "f looking out [p 1 n c

clalist of the division of crop and live I Petersburg last week when a kingfish car in smoke and flames.( The for thentxctvtyl'miu, ,';-Unlun Short o . ._ 0
stock estimates United States", Department weighing thirty pounds leapedout motorninn, M. W. Cromor, stuck to Talks. n
; of Agriculturn, Washington of Tampa Bay and landed in the his pout, and brought the car to a That is what we give your entire car. We never

D. Ctt was in Plant City getting n I' midst of u group of fishermen angling ; I stop within a hundred yards. He and the trouble, whether it be great or U Uo
line on the strawberry a'crenge: and from the municipal pier. One the conductor tried in vain to prevent r- PREVENTION miss we cure do
other crop statistics. It is estimatedthe : angler who had been fishing all morn- the passengers from jumping to butter than rum. Tnl'.'*fur Pills but taken prevent In small. If your car U not giving satisfaction, not 0 1
not only a remedy
increase in acVeugo this year will U:# without a nibble, dived for the the pavement. Ten or fifteen persons tine uu SICK HEADACHE U cuss the makers. Discuss the matter with us. no 0I
cent last : giant specimen of the mackerel family -mostly women-jumped, rolling .
Le 50 to 100 per over year. b.iuuneu. eowtiintwn' .n'J" kmdiej dte.rrrTuft's
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I and captured it before it could heels over head along the wake of

Albert Weaver, of iliami.'wns flop overboard. the car before it was stopped.A Pills BUICK CARS .
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drowned jvhile bathing in the surf at : Sales Agent for;

llaytonn Beach The breakers were Mrs. 11. L. King, of Arcadia hasreceived tale of German spies might h<' t
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unusually high and he is believed. to a violin for which she (paid unfolded if cartridges for the regular I Wlirn Better Cars are Built t Buick o

have become exhausted. A 'youngman 1000. The instrument was bought army Springfield\ rllle discovered LiiLiali/L r o 1 D
who responded to his cries for for her daughter. This violin was! at St. Petersburg could tell of then I611L1t1aL l. KELLY T 1 R f'j n o '
assistance, was beaten back by the made by Giovanni Baptlsta Gabrellil experiences. The cartridges, numbering A cent torI D

drowning: man and had to giv \ up his. In Florence in 1701. The tone Is mel near 1,000) was found burin Inactive I o
attempted rescue. low and true and of unusual volume. two feet under the surface of tin
i It is a thing of beauty, even to an ground when a ditch was being dug C| .Ba > G '

, Capt. William 'R. Maynard, commander amateur for it Is a golden brown with on a lot. Three boxes of cartridge-. Liver Fireproof rage ,, .
o' Dorr Field and CarUtrom all tho corners worn yellow and I were found and in one box was a GIT t
*
Field, and a resident of Highlands smooth having the slight rounded man newspaper. The boxes were badly CS had trouble with 5* !;TARKE, KLA l'to
county, near Sebring, is under $5,000 swell in the back which only the very ] decayed, indicating that they had e "I hive wrote Mrs : EEMAN RF.Gi.-TER: Prop. giocaoi i
an In.ictive liver, i- I,....
bond, fallowing arrest on a charge old instruments have.A been In the earth for several yem*. ;,
f. field. ti S. Nichols, of 4112 Spencer...... w .. ocoonoc-, : = _=.;J'JO:: M4
of padding army payrolls at the What kind of a plot was formed in -::." w
.. 1 exas: vvitcn gg
St..IIuliton.
.
Other gularltles( are Intimated by black bear! weighing 350 pounds which tho cartridges were to havi (C I would .fi
!jj I would K official, while Capt. May'nard denies was killed Wednesday near Port St. 'played a part nobody knows. This i ii feel a light dizzy feeling in my EX
there 'have been any fraudulent or Joe. The bear Is the largest seen in the second lot of rifle cartridges found QO. To get in ihe morning .. ended| Juno 20, IPi-'S.! wilt show 21,29schools :
<* head. up
Cross of 4.49.V:
irregular !action that section in several years. Dogs there. During the war a lot of American (2:::;; with a lightness in the head and r.-: Junior Red H 1.-, iiupllt'| .cnrullfil wearing with\ i ho u "I tot tnl Sorve"! button -

f struck! the trail early in the morning: : Springfield cartridges were discovered a trembly feeling is often\ a sign lit Praised for WorkInfluencing lit the American Junior I 1.1 1 Cro.
Quarreling over the ownership of and after following him several hours 'I in a yard where they had been C2 that the stomach Is out of order. n J_ .--the bmUa of iiutwlnili service earned 1
y a butchered cow, Robert Hesse, CO, bayed him in the thick wood Several thrown It has been suggested! that *2 For this I took TheJfortt's ,, Peace by ouch Individual member through
r owner of the Kaslanta ranch, a plan dogs 'care Kerlously beaten by I the cartridges\ were to have been day-- .. Black-Drtiiif, and without jj. iiiTwinnt, HUTIfli--o. '
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tation near Dinsmore, was shot. and the bear before the hunters came up tributed among the negroes there for doubt c.n say I have never fcj In Intertill tlunul nolnml ,
instantly killed on his estate by two on him. Trainmen on the Apalachicola -I rifle. that would] have been amuggli, CII'I e found Its equal In any liver a' The U'lvnnclntt' Htitmlinl\ of the .1.,11! ..n<- '1stJ: classes cunniinnl'iitlon.. and
Pinsim>r- i tern, now under arrest. Northern railroad have reported I In. This is only conjecture. The ,JaI a ir.cilicine: It not only cleans E; lor American" Itdl .rromi inil-le/ IWII out, .1alnnllnlC n.liooli friendly In ]':iin">i,.>iin pi>tiiiiri>", 00'r
,' John C. lraddock, 75, and J. M. Tay. seeing a larjo bear near the tracks per wrapped around the cartridges the liver, but leaves you In such '* iculiifi during the lust yi'iir" s.-himli In Unlt.Ml Hlutfa [..'. .
lor, 65, surrendered immediately] after several times recently. I was printed. in Chicago but therewas the killing to county officers call no date on !it and It appeared to be Q a long lime, when food does t( which' Is failoIly: ; llnfcliu uy lhi. other u lunc'iiin IHt of forHun iinintrl.work I. The
a held fire station + set well or the W with the Jnnli') prournm. "relln1.101/ >* In ."" .'Ihla"! !'
the to
ed from Jacksonville. They are Upon reaching Daytona just four pages from a German daily; not seem of il"/fii, pinintrli' la Kurojm; \ In .
a .ewlaiand
without bond. Sunday morning, deputy sheriffs stomach Is a little our." gala oo the playsrnnngs: > shunt Ilhrarl"
In the county Jail paper. I fie |jj pledged to or unl7" Junior tmmin' elatmhom.. ?
discovered' that the 200 gallon capacity lines nf the Aiiu-rli-nn oricunlj-.ntlnn munuill chool n.. na rUC- +
Threatening letters from various still which they had captured and d 1 if it 'wTl For this nrrumpll'hmenttheAmerican, for war devastated orphan> .r"uI. fit .ragtag

sources have been received by chief of brought in- Saturday morning had e cF Junior earned the hearty endorsement community ton In gardens and 11artlvltl '.t ether
police of Orlando, warning him that been stolen during the night. This ThedtoiC1 ::!] : of tin Ieaiue"crelltlon; ot Had of, Cruse an International 8nel .* wall Dnanceii tilt.sib- .> meNutl..n.
) "tl<*< for it* .pl 4 by23T.40.
Fund l I
he must cease hit persecution of certain still was the largest/ one ever capturred olldartty .. Clillilreu's
human
Burns and bruises? 4a P spirit of of 5l: s ,
of them this section. When the still was the Junior at a ellftt
In
Individuals. Some are people with II view l to
isn't _
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it young
among ISO.OSTO( Yu.trlbnted -
threats against his life, while othersare brought in Saturday, all connectionsand MENTHOLATUM : preparation of a Oil'* civilization fur Uuring the beard year the fuad in ..nltn oa
One reads: the 50 feet of coil had been .- """
against his property. copper SlBLACKDRAUGHTfer eno* a balance. uf .-
there was
1
of
Jnly
"Leave your house immediately. The stored away in the fire station, but cools and heal Tim! forth.' >rnln ( annual for report the year 3IU.59. rr,
penalty for fallure-to do 10 will be the reservoir wai left out in front of l the Ani rleun lied Cronn

death, as It Is going to be blown up." the building. IIIH I Liver Medicine. rC1

Mayor Duckworth is said to have received If. .I e'F
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Advertise in the Telegraph. r
: similar warning Miss Dayse Cannon, daughter oi ......g V..Q. 4Mtn- .




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II i.,, ''I I r PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA .n FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, I 1922r
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t. Secretary of, the Treasury Mellon,,, ance, vice, sin, crime and disease, and --r.

r 4 ; ), W. C. T. U. 'COLUMN Henry C. Stuart, acting ,collector of HAVE YOU would have filled our jails, prisons, Don't Be Fooled-i

customs for the port of New York,, Insane hospitals and become a charge N

;I' and, Ralph A. Day, federal prohibition upon the ,public, and a nuisance to the
PRESIDENT HAKDINCi SAYS 18thAMENDMENT 'EVER.SEEN Low Price and High QualityDon't
r enforcement director for the state of whole state.
i
MUST HE !SI'STAINED
p New York, who are made defendantsin Rev D. W. Comstock, a retired Stick
Go Together toCALLlMIET
t t f >> the suits brought by the companies Congregational preacher of Chicago, ,

j will be built in court. TURKEY BOX? started the work twenty years-ago,

w With no uncertain- note did Prei.1-; Mr. Hayward, who I.S acting for and was succeeded at his death three
sound call to i
the a
1 lent Harding: !Secretary) Mellon, in reply, answers years later by his niece, Mrs. Cora

e. standfast loyalty to the constitution specifically/ the ground upon which Hawley Scaton, who served for over
I :" amended by the will of the people, No, not in u prize light, that isn'twhat i
;'I' as t n
; the for .buII.d.
requests injunctions are seven years, and these' two workers
It when on July Fourth he addressed a we mean. The turkey box ware e
( with the aid of such Senator
men as
i ] of "friends and neigh talking about is a nice box of
r throng
great As to the difficulty which the foreign Duncan U. Fletcher, Judge; W. II. Baker Tho BilKING POWDER
goodies etc. for Thanks Economy ;
born" in his homo town of Marlon, preserves, _
I steamship companies state they P. and others who
Arthur Perry,
connection with giving day. If each family In Florida
Ohio. In emphasis
I { woiild suffer by reason of laws compelling were charter members of the society,
enforcement he would give just one glass of j jelly, or Good"
strict law spoke "Just Brands
upon Never accept as it
'i j 1 them to furnish wines to the did the hard pioneer work in build- ;
of the Eighteenth; Amendment. just one jar of preserves, or one side
I "Majorities, restrained to the protection members of crews, District Attorney of bacon, or one chicken or one tnrklY'or ing for what: has proced to be a God- will only mean disappointments and failures
Hayward that the of send the whole state.
says payment to
,,1 : of minorities, ever must rule" one can of beans, tomatoes, corn, on bake-day, which are expensive.
,i higher wages would recompense the From a small beginning with only
he declared. "The Constitution and peas, or one box of oranges/: or grape-
crows for the lack of such stimulant. thirty-four children placed out in ,
the laws sponsored by the majority fruit, as they might find it possible, Calumet is a High Grade Baking
I I Regarding the loss of the profit made the good homes, the first year, the work :
must be enforced. It does not matter scores of little homeless and orphan -
If i by the foreign; ships in the sale of liquor has grown until last year 1310 chil- Powder Moderate in Price
I who If an opposing minority children under the care of "Flor- ,
\ opposes. District Attorney Hayward ida's dren were cared! for from every sec-
Po has the rising greatest chdrity"-the Children's
just objection
I a
; I f claims that this loss is the tion of and far
II only one the state already so
,
I ,. tide of, public opinion will change the Home Society of Florida would N When it
use
; which thQ &pmpanics will suffer undera this year 1225[ little ones have received you
i law. There is no abiding liberty under not only have the greatest Thanksgiving -
I I'' ; } strict adherence to the new ruling.To / its aid and care. f spoil (
i la, any other plan. day and dinner that they had ::=,,1 you never any
1 the of the
I 'j "I mean to sound no note of pussiinl charge complaining ever had, but there would be enough; During the first year only $870 walt of the expensive in- t,
'l steamship companies that the Attorney raised to do the work. Ten years ago
left CMALUMrT
to for '
!Ili I ,' i m. This republic Is secure. Menaces over provide the hundredsof
General's ruling U this increased used
a misinterpretation amount had to over gredients ,-
do arise, but public opinion will little ones that will come'under the f,
d j of the Volstead, act the year while last
reply I 1,000 income for the "
of the all the '
care society through flour
efface them. Meanwhile government ; such as
: sugar
states ,
'J : i year the total receipts were over
'I 'it',I ( must repress them. The eighteenth; I j I "If: the complainants are correct in coming year. $130,000. The number of contribu- eggs and milk.
Will to it that fam-
see
amendment denies to a minority a you your .f
.
\ their construction of the national
pro- tors has increased' from about fifty
,t fancied of personal liberty, but'r ily gets up a turkey box for the little ,
sense hibition act, the implications involved! persons tho first year to over 15,000 of
The sale Calumet :
the amendment Is the will of America orphan and homeless children of Florida 7 .
rare exceedingly serious, and the claimof contributors last representingover '
year .
and must be sustained by the government ? If you can only spare one glassof is 21A: !! times as much "
the complainants if allowed, would! 60,000 men, women and chil .
and public opinion, else' contempt jelly, put it in a nice safe little box other ''
p carry with It as a necessary corollary dren. O MSI K X as that of any !
,i for the law will undermine our and -Bend it, a turkey box may moan
foundations." the right of any ship to transport just that, or it may mean a whole dry The funds of the society are secured :== brand.SSr lirJ J ,

J very liquor within the territorial wa- goods; box or barrel of eats. All we entirely by direct letters of appeal, BEST BY TEST .al,;

ters of the United States." through the press, schools, etc., at the
i ask is that family will send
RULING Of'"TOHNI Y GENERAL : your
t Answering the plea of the carriersto something, whatever that somethingmay lowest cost of any children's agencyin THE WORLD'S: GREATEST BAKING' POWL'Flt ;

a 1 SIGNAL VICTORY FOR permit the possession on board the be. the United States. No solicitorsof

i!) PROIIIItlTION ships of liquors, which, would be kept By the way, it would 't be a bud any kind are employed) by the society .

f JI under lock and key during "in port" idea if you packed your goodies with: which means a great saving in father, E. J. Roberta. ;Y+

The ruling of Attorney General\ periods, "the defendants claimed that:] children's clo""thllI expense, and;makes the record of increase YOUTH ;
I some shoes, ties, MARRIES GRANDMOTHER : R. M. Osteon, of Jacks, ,'
Puugherty, which\ prohibits' the manufacture such permission would make'the en- ribbons in income the more remarkable. R
j sweaters underwear bed linens
;
lire enforcement of WITH GK.VM>r'A'S ('I'iSF.'i1'Geor : :: the week-end at his faun
L transportation or sale of intoxicating prohibition quilts, blankets, caps hnts, kerchiefs .
t, for beverage agaiiist the importation. of 'ijiors, ; 1'0ci'tyOwnM Property Valued at tey.Clifton
liquors pur ,, etc. All these things mark
American ships wherever already difficult, practically impossi $100,000Not 1 ( e Eye, of Calais, Me., who Brown i feturn d! i iios .fly
poses on finq. packing' and would also help to
at the
went through University ,ii < ,
they may be, is signal victory for ble. clothe our big family of hom less even owning typewriting marriage ceremony
I with his Monday, after I spending!< ,
own grandmother, is still
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prohibition. President' Harding on thu ---- children, from wee babies on Up to machine or any office chair twenty }
on the sick list
CALOMEL bachelor, because on learning of the at the h">
SALIVATES the society has prospereduntil ,
same day ordered the shipping{ boardto fifteen of years ago, r'
years age. relationship of bride parents, Dr. and Mrs. G.Y.. ,,,
put in force the ruling. The decision .- AND LOOSENS TEETH Why not get your school, church, today its property in Jacksonville and groom, the n
Mr. and
Pensacola and! elsewhere is valued Canadian minister who married them Mrs. O. L. And' ,

4 of the attorney general wail lodge, Young People's Society, Ladies
S The Next Dose of hastened to Calais little daughter Marguerite
made in accordance with the contention Very This Trench Aid, Missionary ,Society Woman's at over $100,000. Most of this and seized the certificate n'
croua Drug May Start Trouble of sonville, spent the weekend ,
marriage. Eye is 18 n. '
filed in a brief by the National Club, card club, or other organization property has been paid for directlyby years
old. and the bride whose Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLcoci
before
t Un' the members of the board of directors age
Woman's Christian
r Temperance You know what calomel is. It's to get up a turkey box for us. They Jeff
1 the ladies auxiliary and through; the ceremony was given at 43, admits Pasco and Miss Myrtle: ,i > I quicksilver. Calomel Is dan will all gladly help if will only
mercury; you of
ion.The she is 63 years old. Highland, motored to La\\t '
a few bequests through the twenty
liquor interests pressing
are gerous. It crashes in sour bile like start it.Please. day.

the president of the United States to dynamite, cramping and sickening do : best for us, however years. The society now has a receiving The ceremony was performed at St.
your)
home plant second to none in the Stephen, New Brunswick, by the Rev. Russell' Everett, of Atiiuiu" ,,
recommend modification of the law to you. Calomel attacks the bones and little that may be, and please mail,

allow foreign ships to transport and, should never be put. into your sys- express or ship by freight to the Chil- country, built on the cottage plan, and G. Goucher, of that place. The nuptial was it business visitor hurt v e

"possess' liquor Inside the three mile tem. dren's Home Society of Florida, 1901 is a credit to the society and the entire party returned to Calais and the S. A. Bryan of Starke, WMi i '.

limit. The law clearly prohibits this If you feel bilious, headachy, con Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Florida. state. wedding reception was in progress Wednesday, '

and the American ships obey it. Why stipated and all knocked out, just go Or if you live, in West Florida please'! The home society has no endowment when the clergyman arrived to declare ; Miss Leta Fogg of Invite,

not foreign ships to your druggist and get a bottle 'of send) your turkey box to our West fund, receives no support from the marriage illegal because of I faculty, spent the week-end dsr i

Letters of appreciation should l go Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents Florida) Receiving Home 7th Avenue the city, county or state, and depends their relationship. The wedding, < fee parents in Graham

a which is a harmless veetable substitute and was also returned. Ossio Prevatt was trans 'tn
from the members of the Woman's and Jordan St., Pen8 cola. solely entirely on volutaryeontrl'l
Christian Temperance Union to Attorney for dangerous calomel. Take a There be finer to show butions of money, There! is said to be still another legal iness in Starke Saturdu; .
can no
General Daugherty for his ruling spoonful and if it doesn't start your for way Its support is very democratic, for it obstacle to the wedding, inasmuch Alex Howe> of Gainellvil"Sunda'y / ,, "
gratitude blessing
own
liver and straighten you up better and your your as the woman is said to have husband here; with Mr.
and to President Harding for his comes in from the school children's one and :Mi--
than to do something for these little I
.s quicker than nasty calomel and without
't action in ordering the decisIon pennies to the largest contribution of living, a paralytic who has' beenin Smith.
prompt making you sick, just go back and ones, who have so little they can be the Calais Mrs.
home
$1,000.If for 20 years as an Dewey Bennett and
p made effective. -
get your money. grateful for. Over 1200 of them have
Both in prohibition circles and at Don't take calomel! It makes you been cared,for already this year, over there is any one special reason invalid. He is said to have consentedto and Mrs\ Carrie Starling, ot> "

,+ the department of justice the view sick the next day; it loses you a day's 0,000 since our work begun. Be sure for the success of the Children's the wedding of his wife and the land, spent Monday here \m) '4

was taken that Mr. Daugherty'j opin- ; work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight to get your turkey box off to us in Ionic Society of Florida and its great boy who had been a member. of the lives and friends. '.

ion was strikingly; explicit in its dealing ens you right up and you feel great. plenty of time. Better start it now state-wide undenominational work, it household since he was six years old 1 Carl Wooten was a business ;
No salts Give it to the and of whom both hud to Starke Saturday. ,
with the transportation of liquor necessary. while you're in the notion. is the unquestioned and devoted ser- grown very

upon foreign vessels within territory children, because it Is perfectly harmless Completes First Twenty Yearn of I I vice that its every worker in the of- fond. Joe Allen, who sold his tan' _

'? under the jurisdiction of the United and cannot salivate.-Adv-69. Service: fice, in the field and in the homes Mrs. Rebecca Eye, the bride, or of town to George F. Young las' s,'r.

,, ; .. States. The opinion declared with TAMPA TRIBUNE On November 2, 1022, the Chil have constantly given to the little Mrs.\ Rebecca Garnett, according to moved with his family to Graham, ;+I

emphasis that the approach to within POPULAR' Elr n's Home Society of Florida, gen- children that have come under its some of the people in Calais, is the Tuesday, where he has bought i ,r" i+

i less than three miles of the continental erally considered as "Florida's Great- eare.__The Home Society has carried widow of James Eye, an uncle of the farm. ''t
Every month shows increase In
I United States of a foreign ship\ an est Charity" completed its first twenty out for twenty years its aim to provide youth with whom she went through J. E. Goodfellow is spending, > era> ; Jt
the number of Florida who
people
bearing beverages prohibited under are of the for the need of''every white childin the marriage ceremony. She said the days in Jacksonville this. a+>,'I(, r
service to
orphan,
\ years
becoming readers of the Turnpn MornIng
the laws of the United States would homeless abandoned afflicted the state, regardless of the need boy was the son of her married business.
crip-
Tribune. who have been ,
'1 1 constitute "transportation" within People abused diseased deserted delinquent and regardless of the creed, as far as daughter, who lives in another Maine Subscribe for the Telegraph.J. .
pled

I reading the Tribune for the 28
the meaning of the prohibition law past and needy children of the its funds would permit. town, and that she had raised the boy L. Harrell J.' J. .McLcou. \ K '

f t;, I'' and the Volstead act. years say that there is something tire state of Florida. en- Work is Known Throughout Nation instead of letting her daughter raise Reddish, W.'E. Torode and L A. Mart f t
about it that "takes" and "holds"and
All American diplomatic and consular Exactly D145) children have received The work of the society is favor him. were attending to business in tarlw- .
that it becomes I I
officers abroad have been instructed soon meals that just' as essential the aid care and attention of the ably known throughout. the whole na- Monday. .'",.
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by the state department to give!; as their they can; home society during this twenty r tion. Scores of other children agencies LAWTEY I The annual election of officer'for!

J' !. widest publicity to the opinion of Attorney always depend on every scrap of new I period of service. Of this number yes have sent their representativesto the town will be held Nov. 20th Thereis
of Interest -
to
General Daugherty, barring any anywhere show uj Florida to see its home, study its only one aspirant for mayor tour
/ first In the Tribune. Our 180 Florida, hundreds have been placed out in selected < Lawtey, Nov. 10.-Mrs. M. E. Edwards
' r liquor from American ships everywhere family homes in all parts ol; methods, etc. The present Superin- and Edward and Laurie so far, there are three candidate) for 8,
and the full Edwards :
correspondents and I .
j' I and front foreign ships in the I night the state for and le tendent Marcus C. Fagg, known everywhere marshal and six candidates foi ldet 1
permanent care
day service of the Associated Press spent Sunday wiah relatives I in
territorial waters of America. takes .I gal adoption, hundreds of others have,: in l>'lorldl8S "Daddy" Fagg; Gainesville. men, with three to elect, and ono,> in* ,
of that. The
; A short extension of the time in care Tribune is by been has been elected twice the president Miss candidate,for clerk, treasurer end assesnor.
given hospital care, dental Eldredge ,
far the most read care,, Reddish
i which the ruling set by Mr. Daugher widely newspaperIn of the National Children's Home and was shopping .
special medical in
operations care. Crippled Starve
South Florida Friday.
and is the
\ ty would become effective, was announced representative children have had limbs Welfare Association, with headquarters Max Lonnie and Ugh Prescott, o)' Hurt
arms,, Wimberly and, sister
of the Miss
state Rates $8 ,
by Prohibition Commissioner paper in Chicago vice president of the land, were in town
Saturday
restored ,
and normal Beth
Haynes and was'stated to have been by the year, $4 for six months, $2 for eyes Scores of ears older boys and to girls have use. National Conference of Social Work Mrs, spent S. A.Sunday Bryan with and friends here; B. Austin, of Maxville, wastor i!*.
three Miss
months 75 cents for month.
made because of "pending injunctionsand one with headquarters at Cincinnati and Myrtle here
I been sent to schools Reddish Monday.Mrs. .
Daily only rates $6, $3, $1.50, 60 cents special training ,' of Starke, were visitors to
I in order to give full time for com- U-3-6t-12-8 business colleges, etc., where they a member of the executive committeeof Law ley Thursday Hayes, of. Starke i Isaad!

V;' V pliance." Mr. Haynes proceeded i In have been given special education', the Child Welfare League of America Miss Nellie Roberts went to friends here Thursday.Rev. .

I his announcement to state that the taught trades, have become teachers', with headquarters in New York I Friday evening. Starke E. D. Boyer filled his appoint ",

r opinion was to the effect that the BROOKLYN stenographers, bookkeepers, printers,' City. Last year Mr. Fagg was elect Mrs J. T. Moore ment at the Baptist church Sunday
was
a visitor
\ '.'. transportation and sale of liquor on telegraphers, etc. Hundreds of oth ed state superintendent of the Illinois \- Starke Saturday. to morning and evening with large at I

American ships and foreign ships i in Mr.\ and, Mrs. F. E. Carr and daughter ers have been kept with or for widowed Home & Aid Society, at Chicago, Henry Bennett, of tendance at both services. The
Jacksonville
the territorial waters of the United Miiis Marlon, of Meadville, Pa., mothers, and fathers who we're but declined\ the offer. transacting business \ was : were' the first services of the oa" "
..
.. .. in town
, I I States" are unlawful. are among the recent arrivals at widowers>!y, so that homes and families Much of the success of the Chil day. Mon toral year and four members van 1

Legal Battle Begins Brooklyn. could be kept intact and not destroyed dren's Home Society of Florida is due Miss Lizzie added to the church. The attendant ti;
Byrd visitor
} ) The' legal battle to determine the J. II. Houser has arrived in Brooklyn and scattered. In every case ,the to the fine group of men and women Starke Monday.Dr. was a to of the Sunday school was encouraij

right of foreign-owned ships to' enter I and will occupy his bungalow at society has endeavored to render just who compose its board of directors E. L. Biggs of ing, seventy being present. At the

". .. ports in the United States with liquor the Heights. the particular aid that each child and ,Ladies Auxiliary. These men and professional visitor, Starke, was .a close of the evening services the 011'tor

'I 1' aboard was opened October 16, with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath and would need. No child could possiblybe womn have not only given their time M. D. Carter of Wateroak here Monday. was presented with a beautiful 1

I \ : '. the issuing by United States District sons, Lawrence and Frank, are back cared for by the society, even children and energy'; and thoughtful personal tending to business in was at. bouquet of flowers.

', Attorney Hayward of a reply to the from the North and are pleasantly located who were terribly crippled and direction to the work, but have given ,I: J. B. Rowe and town Saturday. Subscribe for the Telegrsph.

I bills in equity brought by five foreignsteamship in their new bungalow at Keystone afflicted, have ever been refused.Hun- thousands of dollars in money, sufficient [ business visitors to Truby Willis were The Starke B. Y. P. U. will rendera

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j:1V'i' :: : companies to restrain enforcement Heights. dreds are now grown to useful man- for many years to cover all of. Jacksonville Fri program at the Baptist church thu i

, ;. I ", of the recent ruling pre Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark have returned hood and womanhood, and many are flee and overhead expenses, so that day.Mrs.. M. Harrison (Friday) evening at 7:30: o'clock Fv

" : 'venting the carrying of liquor on vessels from their summer home at Lake, holding positions of honor, and have every dollar of the public's money spent several days ,here of Jacksonville, erybody invited. '

"-, i \ entering American ports. Pa., and are occupying their home at homes and children of their'own. could go directly and entirely into the with friends.L. last week Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wamwnitb

I ; ., Cannot Sue United States Government Keystone Heights. Great Economy: to Entire State work for the orphan and homeless H. Hill and W. E. and children spent Sunday with relatives

j .\, Mr. and) Mrs J. J. Lawrence have While it has cost considerable mon children. transacting Torode were in Wateroak. 7

I, f""i ,x'. .' The reply makes, in the main four I gone north on a business trip. Keystone ey each year to care for these children Funds are Needed Right Now Thursday. business in Jacksonville Mrs. A. C. Talley returned l her>

} x....''I V contentions: That the district court, Heights may look for new settlers and to save them from poverty, disease .I While the society has been greatly Rev J. B. ;Monday from Griffin, Ca., where sh
V Roney
of
1 ', ....'; before which the casts are to be heard shortly.F. vice;; crime, homelessness, desertion blessed all these years, with a wonderful presiding elder of, the Jacksonville, has been spending the past s.

l. has no jurisdiction in the matter; E. Carr has purchased the busi and worthlessness The Home and increasing support, the church, South for this :Methodist months with relatives. She lad V

a that the suits are really against the ness of the Baker Mercantile I past two months have shown a deficitof districts was l
Co. W
? and Society undoubtedly has saved count- I hers on church business guest of her daughter, Mrs
[ I y a "United States government; that they will add to the stock. less thousands of dollars to the state over $5,000. More funds must be Mrs. Frank Jill and Wednesday Godwin. '

I do not show that the government has Advertise in the secured at once if the great work l Is three children
&.. Telegraph.The of Florida, its cities and counties, and of New York
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: consented to be sued, and that City, are guests; this Advertise in the Telegraph.
they to will be
{ buildings on W. B. Graham's to the taxpayers of Florida, for if the go on. They welcomed by week of Mr and
Mrs.
/. do not disclose any basis for an action (chicken ranch are nearing completion. children had not been rescued and given the treasurer, R. V. Covington; ( 428 low. J. E. Goodfel/: Days l
Pile Cured In 6 to 14
in equity. lie will purchase his stock from Mr.Holtiendorf. a fair chance in life, hundreds of St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, or by Leslie Biggs DniMlx riVTMIfl'locur. '
of Starke .ruad1' If PAZO! ,
spent
,' these grounds the defense of Mon-
Upon I them would have grown up in !arnort' D. McMillan: treasurer, West Flor- ,day here' at the home .Itchlim., Blind 3'mwlinil! of Protiuilin*.;" '
of his grand. lanancly. laliavra. l-chla Cilo,' aDd yju < ,
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+ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .10, 1322 BR. DFOIm COUN'fY TELEGItAPII, STARKE, FLORIDA 2
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:' News of Florida in Short Paragraphs in the South, received injuries i Ti )KU'iulaShipper**:

"-,............... MWxWY.'xtwNh, +..'_a. ..,-.. .rx..., in an automobile miuli-nt nt Tnrnin The interstate commerce com'm." W i t
--.1 from which she died three hours In- sion him entered upun n general imtigation <' I 'r
I Live State ter. With her mother, who was driv- I into the interstate rates and I i
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ing, the girl, 11 years of age; was nn charges of express carriers for (the -
..._ .. ......._.,, the way to visit friends, when( the approach I purpose of determining whether sm.h
Told by Our Exchanges. of a speeding! automobile forc- I rates and charges, or any of t them areI
l'lllIfrs. Cannon to turn sharply. The are unreasonable. I ;rAP

..,'K.... mnuUllmnxnnnnaJUJW""a"wDmnn""mwwmwwmwomllwmwwwmwwwm""DIIII !IfmmO car skidded into the curb and struck II The American Railway Txpresa: h
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a telephone pole( flying glass from has also filed its application with the I THE: UNIVERSAL CAR .
Tho magnificent bridge over tho I the broken wind shield severing Miss Interstate Commerce. Comnui-sion to.
uwannee river between Lake City | William and Allen Rowe, brothers, Cannon's jugular vein. increase its express rates, and such
and White Springs is opened for traf- '' were found guilty by a Jury in circuit application has been consolidated with New PricesF.
'il court at Fernandina" on a charge of The body of Harry LeRoy Layton the general express> investigation for
first degree murder in connection 17, of Dinner Key was found hanging the purpose'of hearing./
' Friday morning R. L. Eaton, pro- with the slaying several weeks ago by a rope tied over a door in thu The issue ,is thus denned: Shall the O. B. DETROIT
orietor of the Girardeau Seed Com- I of William Wingate 71, Duval coun- family home. The body was discovered express rates remain at their present I fly
,mnv of Monticello, received an order ty farmer. The verdict carries withit by n ten-year-old sister who cut level, or shall they be im'reused <>i' Chassis Regular $235
fin watermelon seed from Peking the death penalty, but sentence pf the rope and ran to neighbors for aid. reduced. t

hma, and also one from Gunntan.i-I the court was withheld pending tho Suicide wile given by investigating officers The,, Interstate Commerce Comnus. Runabout Reg. $269 '
mo Cuba. hearing application for a new trial as the cause of death. One end sion has assigned these piocceiluitfsfor ,
I Monday. of the rope had been thrown over the hearing on November !30! I. i W2: :!. lit 111I Touring Car, Reg. $298
Wilford A. Kvtig was killed and top of a door in the boy's room. Apparently Washington: D. C. 111I
Charles Douglas was seriously Injured -' Extra Coast Line freight train No. after wedging the other end A conference of shippers with the Truck Chassis $380
when an airplane in which they I 800, running between Lakeland and of the rope tight, the boy walked tu'' Florida< Railroad Commission is hereby |
were flying full in a street of Okeo- i High Springs, was wrecked near Gal- the starway on the second floor and, called to meet in Jacksonville, at Coupe $530
:hobee. Retig is said to have been loway four miles north of Lakeland, hurled himself downward beside the the board of trade on November 1 a
H former army aviator. the engine and eight cars piling up banister. lIe was clad only in socks. 1922, at 10 a. m., for the purpose of Sedan $595
.:-- killing the colored brakeman and severely No one wps in the house at the time. considering! the nature of the evidence
One white man and one negro were scalding Engineer II. II. Brower to he offered in behalf of Florida shippers These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in
killed and four or five negroesjnjufcd and his son, II. T. Brower the Capt. T. R. Hodges, the state shellfish at Washington hearing/ and the history of the Ford Motor Company
near Everglades jn a collision between fireman. commissioner, when passing off also to consider the means of supplying ,
a local freight train and a work Cape San Bias a few days ago sighted such evidence. Orders are coming in fast so place yours w
train. The bodies of the dead and Injured Two men, giving names of II. Wilson a gigantic tiger shark chasing a This matter is a very important promptly to insure early delivery.
were taken to Homestead( and and Ike Trainor were arrestedin school of mackerel right' in the pathof one to the Florida" shippers and it is
later to Miami. West Palm Beach the other day I the patrol. Evidently the shark hoped that they will attend said Jacksonville J. W. ANDREWS JR., N''
by a traffic officer and were charged became offended in some way by the conference and, Assist; this
October's building activity in Jacksonville with violating the city ordinance by ship for it whirled and struck her n commission in the preparation of evi- JIIj
sent the total amount of improvements speeding and having only one head- violent blow just aft of the starboard dence to be submitted.
since January 1, close to light. Taken to the police station of- propeller. When the ship came out Railroad Commission of 1"'! the $5,000,000 mark.' Permits for last ficers noticed the car was stored with of the water the imprint of the teeth
month totaled 427041. This was a bottles. Investigation disclosed that of the shark were plainly visible on GIVE 'EM CO Ml SIKUILDKIt '
slight falling off :from the Septembertotal the car contained about 300 quarts of her hull and two large chunks of the HAROLD' HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON. ,
which was $535,090. liquor. pine planking were bitten out, and I Along with other nuisances the advance Pr..iiient ViecPraiid.nl S... A !>.... J
I imbedded in these holes were some of agents at "ihautauquns" are Insecticides ;jg i.
Best.Fertilizers Sprayers Poultry
s Warrants for the arrest of SheriffR. In a family row Sunday night/ in ; the sea monster's teeth, which the I now invading the state and soliciting '
E. Merritt and two of his deputies Hopkins Luther Drawdy was proba- commisisoner is keeping at a memento. 'guarantee funds" for winter appearances Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices 'f
; of Jacksonville, charging violation of bly fatally shot, Mrs. Dave Tyndalland I in Florida. However, ns the Prompt Shipment
i the state game laws, following the brother, Bethel Hunter and Mrs. people of most Florida towns have
, killing of a squirrel several weeks Hunter were shot, and Dave Tyndall, Cecil S. Graham, Jackson."He elec- been "stung" by t this scheme in the Ask your neijjtibor.--lla knowi .
.t ago, will be sworn out within the next charged with the wholesale shooting trical inspector, is under the cure: of past, it is not anticipated that the Get New Fall' price lit Before Buying a

: few days according to Game Warden while resisting arrest was shot in the physicians and is undergoing the Pasteur workers will reap a very profitableharvest E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla,
f Lamb. shoulder by a deputy sheriff. Draw- treatment against rabies, as a this winter.-Tampa Ti nice.
dy is in a Jacksonville hospital. Late result of being bitten by his prize bird A chautauqun lecturer is interrupted 9
t The record price for oranges for the reports! say he may die. Tyndall is dog which he valued at $1,000. An ex-: more often by snores than he is by t t
'J 1922-2 season was paid to Z. Spinks in the county jail at Miami. amination of the brain of the dog, a npplaUHC.-Times Union) -T
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who sold from his grove on Lake Harris Llewellin setter, revealed a positive So-called hiiutnuqiMs" arc now :
, 200 boxes of Temple orangey for Roy Silas was killed and Otis Ben- case of the rabies. The animal, had soliciting "guarantee/ funds", for win-
$10 per box, cash on the depot plat nett had his right leg broken and was been acting form. Mr. Spipka has one of the largest badly bruised as the result of a collis- and Friday morning when Mr. and Florida have put up gxelehautauqut t nioii
bearing Temple groves in the ion between Ford trucks each wasdriving ;Mrs. Graham went to unchain it, it ey for pour shows ( ; > itis fr
, state. west of Miami. Both trucks leaped at Mrs. Graham. Mr. Graham hoped that Florida will not l hIf i / t e
I were badly damaged by the impact jumped to her rescue and was bittenon dieted this winter.-Titusvill.- Stm- ,
Six months pn hard road construction and it was with difficulty that Silas I the left leg. IU culled u veterinnr- Advocate, ..

for being drunk was the sentence was extricated from the wreckage mn who was not sure but suspected "Cut out the charity entertainer ._
handed out to Mose Johnson, a white lie died before reaching the hospitalin rabies. The next day' the setter died who flock! to Florida in the wintertime -- --- ---- -

+ man living: near Pensacola, who entered Miami. and hit brain was examined at the and will noon be here u/otllin." ,JC3OI zonot lotnoi "-'OC10L "IOCl,Q
a plea of guilty\ to such charge laboratories of the state board of remarks the San ford Herald. "Tlni a [J Ji
when arraigned. This was his second Practically every piece of furniture: health where Dr. Arms pronounced a state is tilled nil winter with people
appearance within the past threo in John L. Marvin's home, Jacksonville positive case of the rabies. asking/ for part ><( the I proceed of entertainments o Full Motor Serw'ceIs i
months. has been stolen during the last -j and other ways of getting -
I few months, according to the owner One woman was killed, three- other money. Sanford should have un _
Tho "ten thousand people' who are who discovered Sunday- his house had women seriously injured and several associating! to take earn of all thin U i : w z'i
homeless in the Evereglades" on account I I been stripped. The house has not persons! slightly injured in jumping work and, give the outsider the cold I this what you are getting from your car ? If not o

of high; water, told about by been occupied in a number of months!, from an apparently burning trolleycar shoulder" It is well known almost I g i WHY NOT ? 0 ta
that South Bay man, proved to be two Mr. Marvin explained to the city authorities In Tampa. One whiko woman diedon everywhere in the state that just such I
families moving their household articles und it has been many weeks thu way to the hospital, An unidentified prospectors ns mentioned, como to the Most standard engines are built for honest service-: I!

to West Palm Beach on a barge : since he last visited tho residence. At white woman and) two negro state with the single object! in view and will give it if they have -----
and counted up eighteen; in all, men, i that time nothing had'been disturbed. women are in serious condition in the of making money on" the people who ,
women, children and bird dogs. hospital. The passengers of an open live here, and others, in mi easy way. M
I trolley leaped to the street when a They tnlk und exploit "ehiinly," but intelligent Upkeep o
Harris A, Marks truck crop specialist Much excitement was caused at $t. short circuit at the front envelopedthe it IM largely a mu'tei' of looking out :ii u
of the division of crop and live 'Petersburg last week when a king car in "smoke, and flames. The for thdmseht'J'Imoa.Uninu Short I o
stock estimates, United States Department fish weighing thirty pounds leaped j I motorman, M. W. Cromer, stuck to Talks. o .

of Agriculture, Washington 1 out of Tampa Bay and landed in the I his post, und brought the car to a 11 That is: what we give your entire car. We never II
I). dw was in Plant City getting a i i midst of a group of fishermen ang- I stop within a hundred yards. He and
line on the strawberry derange and :, ling from the municipal pier. One the conductor tried, in vain to pre PREVENTION miss we cure the trouble whether it be great or

other crop statistics. It is estimatedthe angler who had been fishing all morn- vent the passengers from jumping to b"ft..r han rll"' Tut" e Pllie taken Intlnw. small. If your car i is not giving satisfaction, do not 0 tin
increase in acVeajre this year will Iwg without a nibble, dived for the the pavement. Ten or fifteen person( .are nutuutyaremnly HEADACHE lur but prena t p the makers. Discuss the matter with us.
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be CO to 100 per cent over last year. i! giant specimen of the mackerel family mostly women-jumped, rolling bliuumer. e.lubp..uun. .nJ'. .."h.d dio ..t D cuss
: and captured it before it could heels over head along the wake of n
Albert Weaver, of Miami, was flop ove1'bOltrd. the car before It was stopped.A Tutt's Pills ;,
drowned jvhilu bathing in the surf at i _..0.- Sales Agent for BUICK CARS
Dayton Beach The breakers were Mrs! H. L. King, of Arcadia, has tale of German spies might be U
unusually high and he is belidved. to '', received a violin for which she paid unfolded if cartridges for the regular \ ------ ----- When Better Cars are: Built Bunk will Build Tlicrn 0

have become exhausted. A young $1,000. The instrument was boughtfor army Springfield!\ rifle discovered r ? fl
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man, who responded to his cries for her daughter. This violin was I at St. Petersburg could tell of then $ li KELLY TIRES oo ,
assistance, was beaten back by the made by Giovanni Baptists Gahrellil experiences. The cartridges numbering Agent for D
drowning man and had to giv, up his, in Florence In 1711. The tuna is mel- near, 1,000 was found buunl; Inactive 0
attempted rescue. low and true and of unusual volume. two feet under the surface of the
IIt 1 is a thing of beauty, even to an I ground when a ditch was being dug ,. r
Capt William 'R. Maynnrd, com- amateur, for it Is a golden brown with on a lot. Three boxes of cartridge- .. Liver Fireproof Garag
murid r Field, and a resident of Highlands smooth, having tho slight rounded newspaper. The boxes were badly t) '
county, near Sebring is under $3,000 >swell in the back which only the very decayed, Indicating that they had M "I have had "trouble with I: ELM AN Kf.GI.yiER: : Prop. STARKE, FLA j
bond, fullowing arrest on a .charge old instruments have.A I been In the earth for several years.'What (5: an InactIVe liver, wrote Mrs i.J _
of padding army payrolls at the field. ,' kind of a plot was formed in .2 S. Nichols! of 1 4412 Spencer"When wn -:-.' .::"'__-.....XOC3OXJunior -- gj a t -.OCJOL':'" cJ/r, =Jf
Other incguUfitien are intimated by black bear, weighing 350 pounds I which 'the cartridges were to have .: St., Houston lcxa I would -.- -
official while Capt. Maynard denies was killed Wednesday near Port St. ,a I would net constipated, k
'played a part nobody known. This i iI n
there have been any fraudulent or Joe. The bear is the largest seen in the second lot of rifle cartridges found! fJH& feel a \light\ \\ dizzy, In feeling the morning in my .\r. ended Jitnn no! in-:".', will nhim 2IJ52:

Irregular !actions.t that section in several years. Dogs I I there. During the war a lot of American C3* head.with a To lightness Ret!up in the bend and K Red Cross tiooli, cnrulli-il. ,;,, with u t?tnl of 4-l93: ..
truck the trail early in the morningand Springfield cartridges were discovered : .. HI5 iiupIlM( wriirlnu the "I Serve" butPraiseu
feeling I Is often a sign
Quarreling over the ownership ofa after following him several hours in a yard where they had been C3 I a that trembly the stomach i II out of order. ** for WorkInfluencing I 1: : tun of the American. Junior lied Croia
butchered cow, Robert Hesse, 60, bayed him in the thick woods Several thrown It has been suggested that -the butUv of iin '>lnMli m-rvlra Burn- t'
TheJjord's tea
02 For this I took Peace oil by ouch Inillvlilinil member through
owner of the Kastania! ranch, a plan- dogs were seriously beaten by the cartridges were to have been di- Black-Draught, and without a r. : tM-rwmiil, nucrlfVe.In. .
tation near Dinamore, was shot and the bear before the hunters came up tributed among the negroes there for doubt ten say I have never |g Intornutlonul irhnnl corrt-iponil-
instantly ;killed on his estate by two on him. Trainmen on the Apalachl- I! rifles that would have been smugK\\ \ OIl 4f found its equal In any liver 10'Ci The alv'lRI'lnl.llInI.lr,1' : of the .J I m "a<-e 7U: classes. end ..<.honli engaged
Dinsmi tori, now under arrest.! cola Northern railroad have reported, 1 This .. eomiminli utlon v-ltli 62.1
i." i ; nn" licine It not only cleans j Jx: lor Amirl'.m! tied" front 'Made: I. IMIUItiindlnic friendly
/ John C. tfraddock, 75, and J. M. Taylor seeing a large bear near the tracks the liver, but leaves you in such "r fc-ulim d'a'Ing the last ycur- ai moll( In Purnpeunmmlrl"N: OOhonN .
C5, surrendered immediately after several times recently. ta-per O a good condition.' I have used d one In tiniivll- "t d l I.ni., fie nativity. <'' In United Htiite* rltorlM.. k..
I II !n: In Soneh, Afrlcn and If) In u ml c! !I-
the killing to county officers call ) it a long lime when food does *.. which II l rapidly, linking uu themlnkiHwith Imi.-niiu Hit of forelirn round' :' .. The ,
ed from Jacksonville.\ They are held Upon reaching the Daytona lire sta- I just four pages from a German daily I c 3 not seem to net well!' or theM .if". the I'liil-ir/ program ittuntrl'' Jn the county jail without bond. tion Sunday morning, deputy sheriffs paper. stomach It a little: tour." ud caIn of, a t"'!I"'n iiruiinlfu" Junlom on thrline pl.iyKrrtiiniln ichnol librnrlco mwlngiiml *
discovered that the 200 plellJIf training 'laAH."< hams gallon capac- Aim-rlrnn ortfnnUntlonFor manual'
of the '
Threatening letters from ,various ity still which they had captured and I llif. i Vnj"t | *this arrouq.tlMhmenttheAmerlrun< for war on>hnn.. .choul| r*'?. nstroe- 'Ht
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sources. have been received by chief of brought in- Saturday morning had 4 le Juniors earned the hearty .ndouftlion In devastated ar"uI. ",n "> ir (lnrominnnlty >
Orlando warning him that been stolen the This l' tin' l.mijJM. of Red Crwti S pollee of during night. r.l Th odr A.: Went of Dnnncpd thr iill ttNutlonal .
rx was
he must cease hill persecution of certain still was the largest one ever capturved '4 .c. 007 t t,4J "tle' tar in "t-ri-atlon\ of an lal"ractlvltl.. Childrtn1 Fund i .ed< by
Burns and bruises? of human lollilnrlty
Individuals. Some of them are in this section. When the still was (4 .J .. national\ Mili-it with view to the Junior at a cast! of ft 1 23T.40.
people a
threats against his life, while othersare brought in Saturday, all connectionsand MENTHOLATUM 1 It ISO t preparation among yiMinit of an..* civilization! for During the 1t11r 150ma, : vas eoatnbutfd -
against his property. One reads: the 50 feet of copper coil had been ., toward th. fund In -vulch ooJnly
"Leave your house immediately.' The stored away in the fire station, but cools and heals. BLACK AUCI1T e.Tli", fortliroinlDiC\ annnnl report of 1 there was' a balance of $ OJ.. t+,
penalty for failure -to do so will be the reservoir was left out in front of | the Amerlcua lieu Cross for the year 301.13. r.
death, as it la going to be blown up." the building. MHtf tp I Liver Medicine. r r-

Mayor Duckworth is said to have received f.f.
similar warnings. Miss Dayse Cannon, daughter of Advertise' In the Telegraph. P.yI' I "-Y.-.,......
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rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1922

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. :I c Bradford County Telegraph I[ CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION; ItROOKERBrooker FLORIDA STATE FAIR WHAT IT MEANS I I


f y __.. ,,- ..__ .._ heavy Docket Will ProbaMy Call for Nov. 10.-F. P. Lyman, ol Besides the agricultural n-d' horticultural -

t ; r L PUb1ish'd- i Special! Term of Court Alachua, was a business visitor here dicplays at the Florida State TO BE "RUN DOWN" I
I weekly and entered a* I I Saturday. Fair & Exposition: here November 17 I

second class matter at the post Tho fall term of the circuit court S. B. Morris, of Gainesville! was to 25, the big fall show will present a RUN Dm\N" feeling Is n clanger j
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office at Stark Florida.' 'for Bradford county convened in attending to business here Friday. comprehensive exhibit of the state's signal. If you neglect it, I
I you are leaving the dour wide I
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=:==--0 --:=- :=:--= I Starke Monday morning, prcsidnd Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children spent remarkable commercial and industrial open to dangerous diseases.

l 1 E. !S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner over by Judgo A. V. Long. A. S. the .week-end in Starke. progress. liuild yourself up to health and

I Crews Esq., was the state attorney, This feature,of the exposition will strength with Gude Pcpto-Mangan.
Prof. Wm. Craig attended the meet- It will purify and enrich) your blood,
FRIDAY G. W. Alderman be housed !In the industries
EVERY sheriff varied
PURIJSIIED W. J. Epperson, ,
i Ing of teachers in Starke Saturday. tone up your nervous system and help
P SUBSCRIPTION RATE clerk of court, and C. A. Knight, Mrs. T. C. Hazen and children and building where scores of Florida's you eat well, sleep well and feel well.Gudc's .

.1 N Per Year _____________________$:!.OO deputy clerk. Miss Eunice Hazen spent Saturdayin I manufacturing and industrial con- tonic, recommended PeptoManjzan! by physicians is a time-tried for '
will have exhibits. The We
After" organizing the court a recess Alachua. cerns visitor over 30 years. At your druggist grind Our Own Lenses

was taken until Wednesday morning! I* L. Johns, of Sampson, wall in will be amazed at the great variety of liquid or tablets, as you prefer. i

STARKE, FLORIDAIs to allow those having business before town Friday. products manufactured in Florida, NODELAYFlorida

the county Beat of Bradford coun- the court to be at their: respective Mrs. Hogan/ -smith and little daughter and will realize that the state does not Gude.spepto.Mangan II Qeines'Qille.

ty, a town of 1500) population; locat- places for voting at the general. election and Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, depend solely upon its citrus fruits, .

ed in the best agricultural section of Tuesday. were visitors 'here Friday afternoon. and its varied soil products In its

the State. Wednesday was mainly occupied Fred Hazen made a business tripto steady march of development.Akin .

Starke Is beautifully located; bas with civil cases and with the deliberations Lake Butler Wednesday. morning. to the varied industries build- Tonic and Blood Enricher A TONIC

''r i ,r wide paved streets lined with trees; of the grand jury. The grand Thelma Thomas spent the weekendat ing will be the display of automobiles, I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic reRti/,

a excellent light, water and sewerage jury finished its work Thursday fore- Cooter Pond with homefolks. farm implements, and machinery, as: Energy and Vitality by Purifying .

systems, well constructed building; noon and was discharged. Among those in Starke Monday well as of tractors. TELEPHONEWe Enriching the Blood. When'UU feel ,

grade and high school second to none; The jury was composed of from here were, It. P. Gainey, A. A. All transportation lines offering 'strengthening Invigorating effect! ,see hIt > ..
grand Just call 60
move anything.
brings color to the cheeks
1 five churches, broom factory, nationally llazen, G. B. Colson, S. V. Andreu, special low round trip rates to Jacksonville and bow
the following gentlemen:
known mineral spring and the best C. J. Shaw and W. Crews. and we do the rest. Boree's Garage. it improves the appetite, youUl! dare!
IV- Joseph L. Harrcll, foreman, Henry for the fair. 10-27tf. appreciate its true tonic value.Grove'a .
V stores in the country. Two railroads! Mr. and Mrs. Crews and child, of
n Y. Brown, T. N. Kendrick, Tom J. Tasteless chill Tonic is
facil strops/
+ supply excellent transportation Hampton spent few days here last
a
G. C. Mott, J. Iron and .
More Errol Alvarez, Quinine suspended in syrup. S.
ities. It is one of the largest straw- week relatives. "o. .0 .
4 visiting =O.= .0=0'OLEO. o=
Mc- pleasant children like it.
F. Kickliter, J. R. Groover, J. J. even The bl
berry raising sections In the South. Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver were needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON ,.
John
Leod, J. G. Boyd, C. M. Phillips, { ;
,, BRADFORD COUNTY S. Andrews, James II. Wainwright, visitors to Hampton Thursday afternoon 8 Campville Nurseries Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germs am
Grip germs by its Strengthening In"ttg'jr
Is one of the most fertile counties in J. M. Alvarez, J. T. Quigley, S. V. 0
Effect i Oc.
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Adkimton afternoon sting
Casey spent Saturday ;
h the state of Florida.! As an agrlcul Andrews, J. L. Parmenter, David Sil- n DU
with friends at Graham.
it tural section it hal! won high laurels I, Pecans, Satsuma Oranges and Figs. o -
J. W. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was
Bradford is the cox.The
for its crops. county following well known citizens in town Thursday. U Best Stock, Lowest prices. Habitual Conntlpatton cured:
home of strawberries, early :
3 ; crops In 14 to 31 Days
compose the petit jury: Little Hazel few ,
Morgan !spent a J I 1 U
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jf' which net farmers bIg returns. It Is "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSJN" Is a areciau,
t ; Henry P. Brown, W. M. Parker, R. days of last week at
the home of a fine class of farmers, a Mal- Sampson. S Supt. Wiggins Starke prepared Syrup Tonic-Lax' ve for llahi"n
n community in which people can enjoy U. Parmenter, Ira W. Andreu, Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was a Constipation. It relieves promptly
lory Thomas, Alonzo Alvarez, N. D. visitor to our town one day of last n is 0 tliiuM, be taken regularly for 14 tojil d t >
I living.. Green, R. C. Heiberger, T. J. Terry, week. I' our representative p to induce regular action. It Stlmtftum unRo
Any information regarding Starke ', !I I. O : .ulntrs. a Very Pleasant to Taki rteecr '
r J. H. Newsom, C. Sullivan, Ray New-
i Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot were bottle.AlachuCounty's .
rt or Bradford county will be gladly furnished I som, Wallio\ Crews, G. II. Colson, R. visitors to Starke Sunday afternoon. I''D=o._' .oczo. .oczo. .oczo .oczo
the Bradford County Tele-
1 by R. Prevatt, R. S. Humphrey, G. W. Alva Thomas, of Starke,' was in .
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+ graph't Andrews, E. J. Lewis. town Friday morning. ,.

Among the more important true Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell spent n .
VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIKE
bills, found by the grand l jury was that few days of last week nt Cooter Fond

j against Perry, murder in the first degree with their son, J. H Sowell. Foremost Shopping Center===
+1 That variety l ia the spice of life I
for killing Dr Cox and against j A. B. ,Shaw, of LaCrosse, was a
have often hoard but never saw actual
S that until last Sunday Luke, assault with attempt to murder. visitor here Wednesday afternoon. Our
r ptootof say Shop Through Mail Order Department.
( Yarborough. Mrs. Elizabeth Connerly of Brad- ,
when I paid a visit to the farm of G. .
M s In our next issue we will give the ford, is here on a visit with her sister .J. '
1 C. Cady, 1 1-2 miles from town on '' ., .
full transactions of the court. Mrs. Tiercy Roberts..
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the Klngsley lake road. At the Cad/y .
Mrs. A. C. Scarborough of Jacksonville '
farm r found variety-such that I believe .

i .*,a Is seldom found on any one farm FORD DEALER MAKES was in town Saturday r after: CJua ity I. P .. "

r NINETY DAY ItECORI noon. 11i. \.A7; !!!
is Coming to Starke nine years ago R. A. Weeks spetft; Sunday. at the Service .

Mr. Cady purchased 10 acres of woodland county seat.T. II
J. W. Andrews, Jr., local Ford and '"
; which ho has since cleared and N. Limbaugh was transacting v GAINESVILLE.FLORIDA.!
i 4cl' cultivated so that now all the land Is Fordson dealer, hall made a record in business here Thursday.A. .

:ht most fertile. Upon his farm he has Ford car sales during the past 90 ,
D. of
Crosbgy Brooklyn spent
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planted twenty-seven different fruits, lays, having sold 24 Fords, four Ford the week-end here with his parents, Largest"Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and
Trucks and three Fordson tractors ,
all of which are now bearing. lie has Mr1 and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.

.jk a large young pecan orchard which tince .September 10th. This by far ." Willie Mae Olliver attended the Notions in Central Florida.What .

I I'' ia doing well, and this year as usunj, !x
.'t _. hYyi.. ..t" kgatidtl7, $ cd'1rr1-; i od. Mr. Andrews attributes Ms success .
,. _A"i'v .,. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr.,
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.fl' ffieient staff of who arocontinually
employees,
Mr. Cady's farm with its large variety day at the home of Mrs. F. L. Colsonof I. _
tl boosting\ their product.
j'\ is a striking example of what c Pine Hilt.
The following deliveries mad C
Perseverance will do. Nine years ago were E. B. Andreu, Sr., was transacting .
a in the past ninety days:
almost a worthless land, now a beau. business in Starke Monday

tiful place which in a few years will Cars Mesdames Murrhee and Johns, oi Makes Our.

4i. be able to comfortably provide for a C. L. Underbill, Starke. Starke, spent the week-end here at t

man and bin family for a life time. I,. E. Moseley, Raiford. the home of Mrs. Murrhee's mother,,

"t May your success continue, Mr. B. F. "llazen, Brooker.Dr. Mrs. S. J. Kelly.

Cady.I enjoyed the day so much that Parks, Starke. ]Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and son,, checks safer than othersINSURANCE

next time I don't believe I'll wait for R. 'S. Powell, Starke.F. Ralph and Fred Hazen, were visitorsto

) an invitation C. Hollingsworth, Starke. Starke Monday afternoon.

Mrs. Edna B. Thomas, Starke. Mrs. A. B. Surrency, of Pine Hill,

/ Walter Underhill, Frostproof. was. a visitor here Saturday.
\ I I. ARMISTICE DAY G. B. Colson, Brooker. County Judge Green of Starke, was I

W J. Epperson, Starke.J. A visitor here Sunday.
Tomorrow is Armistice No
Day.
; R. Mott, Worthington Springs.J. Clyde Carver, of Georgia, was herea
event in American history, was;ever II. Williams, Starke. few days of last week visiting'rela-
'k' bailed with than the
\ more delight
W. C. Wooten, Lawteyr tives.
, news, on November 11, 1918, that the
.. Harold C. Wall, Starke.E. L. A. Brown spent Tuesday trans-
a, world war had come to a temporary '
M. Davis, Starke. business in Starke.
t, r I stop, for it could be easily seen that acting The only positive protection against
1 J. W. Andrews, 'ST., Starke. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey spent
the cessation of would be
carnage Dr. J. M.. Bishop, Alachua.D. Friday afternoon in Starke. loss
fraudulent
i permanent. Fear for the safety of through alteration of
W Moore, Theressa.J. Following Is given the literary so-
loved the front ceased and
s 'ones at H. Poppell, Starke.J. program for Friday night: checks Up1RSA
tz hope for the restoration normal ciety is insurance.: Just as the only
H. Ritch Starke. No. 44.
Song-
conditions We have SUPER SAF ,
) sprang up. now F L. Turner, Starke.R. box Ella' Mae Hazen ,
Question loss
positive protection against throughfire
i- ', almost recovered "normalcy" and the D. Bower, Starke. Recitation-Virginia Weeks. ,
outlook for better times is bright. Let
Junlus M.. Smith, Waldo. Home News-Iva Colson. is insurance. The
'fit' us thank the God of peace for our same principle -
y TrucksH. Dialogue-Boys and girls.

t blessings.N F. Whidden, Kingslund: G,. Reading-Fred Green: holds true in both cases --

W, H. Smith, Sampson City.L. Closing song. PPER
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r It seem that the mole crickets are W. Wilkinson, Maxville. Inez Abernathy entertained a few C
4. accomplishing what pie faced city or-
of the folks last Tuesday
TractorsJ. young evening .
dinances, severe looking policemenand Every depositor of this bank is
J. Lawrence,Brooklyn.F. with a Hallowe'en party, givenat provided
sarcastic Telegraph scribblers J. Pattee, Starke. the home of her parents, Mr. and
r could not do-run cows out of town. R. D. Bower Starke. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot.' The do rations with a $1,000 insurance policy ,

The crickets are eating up the grass were of black cats and witcMes, pump

and the acorn season l.about over. kins, etc., and the spirit of lallowe'en positively protecting' him against loss

e. The1' banana skins are brn out by CARD OF THANKS pervaded the entire evening. Each .

,1 being slipped upon and white wings one wore a costume.and it was fully through fraudulent alteration. This .

,, y see that cane chewings and waste pa- Through the Telegraph we wish to declared that abroad.
ghosts' were .
y+; per are hauled away. What is left thank the people of Brooker for their Many interesting games were played is his visible evidence of the unusual .'

for the cows to do but !leave, provided assistance during the recent illnessof and music was also enjoyed. At a

I y they have enough strength left to !go our mother, Mrs. H. C. demons late hour the hostess, assisted by her protection offered depositors of this 1 t

i ";J where the wiregrass twlneth. and especially do we thank Mr and mother and Misses Willie Mae Olliver .

Mrs. I. W. Pinholster who fared for and Mana Andreu served sandwiches, bank.

aJ her during her .illness and for their &
and
NOTICEI salad
; chicken pickles, doughnuts
untiring efforts.E. hot cocoa.

I am In the market for fresh seedling demons, T. C. Clemons Mm. R. Those enjoying! this occasion were Open commercial with
a account
f K pecans. Bring me samples and A. Andrews. tosses Eunice and Ella Mae Hazen,

' I will make you price. I cannot use Clara Cone, Mana Andreu, Willie the Bank of Starke, and enjoy this

'il i them If mixed with last year's nuts.I SIDEWALKS AUTHORIZED Mae Culver Iva Colson, Thelma Thomas S

. p-+ also pay the highest! market price FOR TEMPLE AVENUEAt Blanche Crews and :Messrs.. Fred superior protection and service. '

i fit J for Van Deman, Curtis, Stewart and lazen, Claude Cresby, Lewis Shriver p.'s

: J Randall pecans. Don't want to buy the regular meeting\ of the city Livingston and Wilson Russ,' Roswell LV .
s"e
,i t outside of Bradford and Union coun- council on Tuesday night it'was voted and Orville Ward, Ray Andreu and

t\ ties.: to notify property owners'on the Prof. Craig.

,: N. D. WAINWRIGHT, west side of Temple avenue from Call The evangelical needs of our state, Bank of Starketig**=F-

kr ll-10-2t Starke, Fla. street to thw high school building portrayed in dramatized truth. Will

I lay sidewalks in front of their prop- be given at the Baptist church Sat-

ST. MARK'S CHURCH erties.. At the same time council urday night, Nov.' 11th, beginning at
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mado provision for straightening out 8 o'dock. We invite you to come. We i

fy'a Twenty second Sunday. after Trin- the street and for other Improve- havtf\' worked night and day. Good

t ity. ments.. lessons to teach by this little play. The Bank of Helpful Service

4 11 a. m." Morning, prayer. Service This 18 R long' felt need of the city. We are sure we will please you, so

appropriate for Armistice Day. School children must have a 'walk on don't stay away'; Given under the aus 1 1

". The annual church school institute this. street to: the school grounds pices of the W. M. U. organizations.. E. S. MATTHEWS, President, CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier_ h

( will be held at Tallahassee next Mon- which can be used in both dry and,. wet of Missionary Baptist church of .
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FIUDAY NOVEMBER: 10. 1922 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII. STARKE FLORIDA

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I| was visiting relatives in Starke the I < HCC- -.C:..:. H_ H -- :: i

I first of the week. Forty young people of tho B. Y. P. w-- [7 1
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Bits of LocalInformation U. gathered at the residence of Rov.

Court was adjourned :Monday morn and Mrs. J. J. Bullen Thursday evenlng Armistice P
ing on account of the election on and greatly enjoyed a Hal I : : Day '

i j. Tuesday. Cases Will be resumed on lowe'en party that ono of the guests(

t Wednesday described as a "scream from start to

Aw.+.twFry) Off lr..f.. ............ ... flnis ."
i' r M_ Sm aLa c:....""'' .." r_ Mrs J. E. Wilson who has been visiting Under the management of Miss I : I II I

"" at ho home of her father, Col. babel Bullen, the barn as well as the J "In Plunders, no-UN" the poppies blow,

.-- ;;:':;" nu...., L V -_ _. _.. .J W. T. Weeks, has returned to her house was decorated with Spanish I Between the crosses, row on row,

i F. L. Turner wip in Jacksonville Lard tins at Kickliter's. .... home in Gainesville. moss, pumpkins, black cats, etc. The I; That marks our place; and! in tho sky'I ,
" business Thursday.Mrs. guests: all came masked so that their file larks, still bravely lnllnll1y"/ :" i
" on / identity was disguised. In the I I Scarce heard/ amid tho
The barn
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baisden of Jack 'Andrews horse sale on Mondayattracted guns below. j
Miss Ethel Griffin did the fortune telling ; We are the dead short
many buyers here. The sale ; days ago
Powell the in here visiting relatives.
sonville
W. C. spent day are
Jacksonville Thursday was a success, Auctioneer Inman getting stunt\ and "apple bobbing" was i \V(, lived I. felt dawn, saw sunset glow, I
good prices for the stock. ,also one of the attractions. All joined i Loved and were loved; and now we lirf I '
Mrs. Frank Hoover spent Tuesdayin in the /grand march, and on accountof In Flanders! field*." 'I
Mrs. G. M. Inman spent Monday in Jacksonville shopping.J. the costumes this march was fantastic I ,, t
Carl Johns came up from the Uni-
Jacksonville shopping.J. versity of Florida and spent the weekend in the extreme. A vanity cnna I r rI I II
S. Griner of Melrose had busi- was given to Miss Leila Snpp! for being -
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.' I I
C. Adkins, of Gainesville, wan ness in, town Monday. R. Johns. FI.j the best masked girl, and Charlie I :
here Tuesday visiting A. Z. Adkins. Powell received a whisk broom as a We close on armistice day in commem- !

Captain R. C. Ileiberger of Brook- prize for being the best masked' >' umc

Syrup cans, all sizes, at Kickliter's lyn, was in Starke Monday. position Truby with Newman Turner's has resigned Drug Store his,, man. With tho lights turned low, Miss I oration of the day that closed the greatest f
Marguerite Shriven told a weird storythat
J. S. of the Brook and is now manager of Abe Bessent's made the listener's hair 1 war the world has known.
W. II. Kuhl, of Leesburg, Is here Forsyth was one Recreation Parlor. stand on I I ever We r

renewing old acquaintances.L. er visitors to Starke Wednesday. ... end.Fruit punch was served throughout I are proud of "Our Boys" and the great I

S. R. Johns has had the front of E. J. "Ruddy'. Wainwright accom- the evening, and later refreshmentsof ,

visitor. W.to Jacksonville Strickland was on Saturday.a business his sale stables! painted. panied his brother, W. M. Wainwright ice cream, wafers and divinity part they played "over there" in makingthe :
state bank
examiner
The Presbyterian manse has been trip through the south this week. world safe for democracy.
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W. W. Colson is on a business tripto ;
supplied with roof. I
Green Cove Springs this week. a new GEOLOGIST MAY VISIT ltlt\l
Col. Peek's real estate office WitS FORI I. Nothing is too good for those who I'
Best grade salt, $1.15 per sacs at treated*to a coat! of paint this week. went bravely i
and red and black J. .
Sage pepper
}o'. Kickliter. 11102t. Kickliter's. The colonel always sets a good ex- Dr. IIerman Gunter, state geologist to the front. We f feel the greatest sympathy for ,

ample for others to follow. was much pleased with the article I those who lost their loved and those who
I Virginia Weeks, of Brooker spent ones, I
G. M. Inman was a visitor to Green "The Florida l Geology" which appeared
Cove: Springs! Thu sday. the weekend with Elise Jones. The Children of the Confederacywill in last week's Telegraph, and, ,I lie in Flanders field are sacred and dear to us. I
meet Saturday afternoon at 3.30
tlit the of
Mrs. P. Hunt of Hampton, says summary we gave I
.B. spent ,
at the residence of Mrs. J. M. Alva-
is his the 14th annual
Emmett Kelly visiting sister, I Tuesday with Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Seed rl'port'is very complete -
Mrs. Clyde Alvarez, in Jacksonville. rez. and it is the best" write-up thatI i BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

Oats ate Kickliter's. have ever seen of it.
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and little son, N. Miss Lydia Groover and Miss[ Lot- Dr. Gunter continues: "I nni very

T Jr., spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.New J. M. TiTuby and niece, Miss Mabel tie Gainey, of Brooker, attended the much, interested in what you say i N. T. KITC1I, W. T. Wlml l. J. II. HI'It'll, ,
WelJer, spent Thursday in Jackson- county teachers associationSaturday about some of the peculiar conditions President. Vico PrcHident. Cashier. '

cypress syrup barrels at Kickliter'a. ville. and were the guests of Miss Olive existing oruthe western slope[ of Trail :_ i
I Ray.Prof Ridge. It will certainly 1 he a [pleasureto / .,

I Mrs. O. L. Benslejr has returned me If at Roma time .I can get in

A. A. Durden and L. J. Wynn of home from a visit with relatives in Ernest Thornquest will speakat that section with you." : : .
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Hampton, were transacting business Tam)>, the Presbyterian church Sunday /Bradford county has so far received : :!IDIDLIIDIDIDIDIDiifmIDmmt

here Tuesday.I. morning at 11 o'clock No evening no attention from geologists.: The r. ,

Little- James Hollingsworth is againin service will be held as the pastor lit in United States geological survey once''
A. Brown, Ellery Thomas andG. a hospital on account of his injuredleg. attendance at synod.Mr. promised that a territory styled the -FLORIDA STATE FAIR l
M. Beville;. of Brooker, were in "Starke Quadrangle": should! he thoroughly ,

town Tuesday. and Mrs, L. J. Wynn, of Hampton ; investigated and mapped, hut \ t
Mrs. E. M. Johns, Miss Etta Tison spent Monday here and were din- nothing was done except the running' I S
B. F. Hazen and A, A. Hazen, of and Misa Elma Robinette were visi- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs F. A. of a line of levels across/ tho county. JACKSONVILLE
Brooker, were here the first of the tors to Jacksonville Friday. Scott. !Mr. Wynn Is a member of the We hope Dr. Gunter will find! an op- f

week looking after business interests.Mrs. county school board and came to attend portunity to come here, for we be :

The cottage just south of the power their monthly meeting. live a geologist: would lincl many f z NOVEMBER 17-25,1922
F. A. Scott returned Friday house, owned by Mrs. Lalla Chace, things of enough interest to warrant
from a visit with friends in Jackson has been extensively repaired. Miss Carrie Uglow-who has spent a thorough investigation.: \I' Il

ville. the summer in the North, is expected
and Better
Miss May Peek of Jacksonville, home tomorrow Miss Uglow will be Rev. T. J. Hedges went to St. Augustine I Bigger ,
The W1.. C. T. U. will meet next came Tuesday to visit hef brother, C. accompanied by Mrs! L. E Dendcn, / the first of the week to attend I 'j

Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock at L. Peek. of Elgin/ Ill., who will make a three the synod of the Presbyterian

the Methodist church. i weeks' visit with Miss Uglow. church. Mr. Hedges will be absent Horse Racing Daily

Charlie Carroll, traveling salesmanout V- from hilt pulpit Sunday, but Mr' I .1
E. R. Poppell, who is principal of of 'Jacksonville, was here Tues- Mrs. N. A. Blitch went to DeLund Thornquest will preach
the school Melrose the weekend .
at spent day. Saturday! to visit her daughter, Mrs.J. t
with his family. E. Futch. She was accompanied as SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULEIn .

Mr and Mrs. C. L. Hodges motoredto far as Palatka by her grandson Hugh M

James II. Houser and( F. M. Wai- Macclenny Tuesday to cast theitballots. Brownlee, Jr. ( effect APril 30, 1922)). 1 Wonderful Exhibits of Florida
rath, of Brooklyn, spent Monday 3 in I .
Starke. SouthboundNo.
.Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles, were
Ben Witkovski of Jacksonville, was I guests Monday and Tuesday of her 1 reaches Starke at 11:49( p. m ProductsAll (

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman spent t here Tuesday visiting his sister, Mrs.. parents, Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. Dr. No.-3, 10:69: a. m.
Thursday' in Lake Butler with rely E. '''S. Matthews. and Mrs. Sayles have been in New No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:53: p. IB. I \

tives. York and Boston and stopped here No.-IS, Limited, 2:15: p. m. I. Kinds of Amusements.

Miss B. Cady, of Jacksonville spent enroute to their home in Miami. NorthboundNo.
Dr. W. E. Middleton has been attending ,Sunday at the home of her brothers 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m.

; to. business in Waldo thiweek. I G. C. Cady. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and Mr. No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. n "Come and Bring the Family."

Uglow's sister, Mrs. Grace Ford> of No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m.
Tourists are beginning to pass North Mich. reached here I tlDcummmmmmmmmmmmmm
Branch J
W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville was No. 16, Limited, 5:55 p. m. mmIDmmmmmtnmmmiimlmmm'nmmmmmmroiommmipo Q
their
through on annual pilgrimage Wednesday after spending the past Wannee Branch
the guest of his brothers O. J. Griffin to the south.J. (
five months in New York, North
Friday. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. .
Branch Mich. and other northern
No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. ...
W. Andrews Jr., has added a new points
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children of T. J. GRIFFIN,
Curtis air compressor to>> his already Seed OfferTO
Brooker were guests Sunday of Mrs.J. efficient garage equipment.M. R. S. Powell Is home from a fishing Special .l
H. Ritch.
trip to Banana river, which runs
M. George, formerly of 'Starke, across Merritts Island in Indian riv PENT-A-WORn
Col. A. Z Adkins and daughter 1 1NTRODUC1? MILLS' SELECTED BRANDS 01"
now of Gainesville, was a Sunday vis er. This river probably affords the ...
lazel, spent Thursday in, Jacksonville itor here. best fishing of any water in Florida GARDEN: FIELD.AND FLOWER SEEDS

and Mr. Powell got his share. 'I
Jack Bailey, of Tampa, was a week COLUMN L SPECIALVEGETAKLK:
Mrs. O. Osteen has returned to her end visitor at the home of Mr. and Prof. G. C. Looney, of Atlanta, came FLOWER SEEP OFFER : "': SEED: (OFFEIt i

ome in Jacksonville, after a short Mrs. W. A. Dubose: Wednesday! to visit his daughter, Mra. "Your Sel tlon" "Your Selection"

isit with her aunt, Mrs. Mansell. Sarah L. Hamrick. Prof. Looney has FOR SALE-Klondylce strawberry 12 Assorted Packages, $1.00 21 5c. or 15 lOc Packages 'I.OI! < '

Jim Kickliter and Miss Iris Epperson many friends here who are .glad to plants, grown from pure mountain POSTAGE PREPAID. POSTAGE PREPAID
Mrs. James L. Frazee of Newark motored to Lake Butler Sun- stock. L. T. Bell,
IB/ visiting her mother, Mrs. D.I on see him again. $3.50 per 1,000. A.to... Ab'..um. Cah-nilula. CanU-r- II...... ftruiiiicla lip....,... Carrot Cab-
: day. Waldo, Fla. 10-13-5t bury H.ll>, l>al:.y. Dlnnthua' or 1'lnki.Larlupur. ball*, Cdary Cauliflower. Collard.
Alvarez. I II J. L. Welman and niece, Mrs. Gres- : .. California. M.rlgc.lcl.Poppy., Minncm.tti Cmtni,. Dalam. Cy-- Cucumber. Eve Plant K.l. Orwiu.L '
I E. E. Staeey, of Jacksonville, wasa som, arrived Monday from, Fltzgeraid FOR SALE-My farm one mile south .. Morning tilory. I'ctiinuu, Letue., MimUnl.: Okra, Onluiu, Pan.
Mrs. Horace Wilson went to Jack. Sunday guest at he home of Mr. Ga., and will spend the winter In of Lake. Butler, 134 acres, tenant Panel.Virbena.Innla.I ., Poppies. Naaturtlum Halvla., Snapilraiom.and Mill .Ivy rom.to.'rurwp., P.pp m, llD.IUh.. Kutabauan HplnMh,Hquiuh.C..la-: ...
onvllle\ Saturday to see the big ball and Mra. :J. C. Manning.Bob Starke. They have rooms with Rev. I and main houses.! Apply Mrs. T. J. ilant Hpancrr Swnt !'.... 10"11". .n.1 l Watormirlfini.SPECIA .

ame. and Mrs. W, E. Daugherty, on Cherry Dekle Starke. 10-27-41
SPECIAL IJULIJ OFFERit .
Demorest returned home Saturday street.
Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of Pa- FOR RENT-J. F. Canova cottage on l '
Bulb
after spending several monthsat ) Each of the Following $1.00' I .
tka, are guests this week of Mr. andrs. places in the North and East. The, C. of C. met Saturday after- I 'North Walnut street opposite A. Postage>> Prepaid ;{
S. Crews. Apply to E. E. Canova.
F. II. Long and Mr. and Mrs. II.
at he home of Mr. and Mrs. PaulE.
noon 10-27tf Hyacinths Narcissus, Daffodil, TulipH and Freesia.s ;" I
Brownlee. t Mrs. J. O. Traxler, of St. Augustineleft Canova. Hostesses, Mary.and Eunice ..
Monday afternoon after spending Canova. The children spent a and satsuma- We cheerfully! advise you WHAT WHEN and HOW to plant in I
SALE Peean
Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Hoover Don several days with Mrs.W.} E. Middle- very pleasant afternoon and after the FOR FLORIDA. Write for copy of MILLS1 FARM SPECIAL: AND
See II. B. Wiggins,
trees. Supt.
|oover and Alvin Beck, motored to ton. business had been finished, the poetesses MILLS' FLOWER SPECIAL
Ineaville Sunday and spent the day'th served punch and wafers. Starke. It.

friends. Mrs. W. S. Jennings of Jacksonville
Mills Seed StoreOperated
\ ___ DRESSMAKING do dressmak.
and Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Law- The hostesses for the Woman's
{Messrs. Abe Hazen, John demons, tey were guests at the home of Mr. I Club Wednesday afternoon were Mesdames Ing and ladies tailoring! by the dayor
at rooms in the Fernandez MILLS THE FLORIST, Inc.
B. Colson and W. II. Harrell, otooker and Mrs. L. A Davis last Friday I J. C. Robinson, S. L. Peek:, C. my by
were her Monday attending house. Mrs. Carrie Mills. It 34 West nunl Street P. O. IVix 102 Jacksonville. Florida.
F. Hoover, L. A. Davis and A. M.
; business. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner, of Jack Rarby. The sun parlor was beautifully FOR RENT-Hemingway house, corner -

sonville, spent Sunday with Mr.., and decorated with yellow chrysanthemums South and Thompson streets, 6 -
tmong the visitors to Starke on Mrs, U. D. Miner and Mr. and Mrs. and Paul hot and cold water.
and bath
Neyron roses, ,
rooms, fbe QuInIne'.It 0 nday were Messrs. Phil Crosby, L. E. Miner. the hostesses served refreshments of See P. S. McMillan, 'Starke. 11-10-tf &-..... nf Ira Ion*; end ''u.v. rlTrrt, a .XATlVf t
|ls Berry. .J. M. Shaw, Jr., ander i hot chocolate and sandwiches. Mrs.E. JOHN WHITE&CU. UKOMO QM.NINe n...... llol.... bo ......

t" Gainoy. ., of Brooker. : Rob Coleman, of Jacksonville, was R. Neff was appointed corresponding COCKERELS: S. C. W..oIChernlf, LoutavLLLZ, Irv. ? yfaonryLoena.dwlTout.mdn4! !;; ..rvauae..ornn3me. >

. I here Monday shaking hands with old secretary, and Mrs. G. M. Inman, ..English strain from Pennsylvania /ubwk.di.ta'I \Y"
( rank HoUjngsworth has begun thij ,. friend and attending to business. Mrs. G. F. Scott and Mra. W. E. Mid- Poultry Farm, Lancaster hens with ale-al av. sd ) Jr.a 1
'I traction of a new shoe shop, onnut When a boy Rob lived in Starke with dleton were appointed a committee to 210 to 258 egg record. Vigorous vow pale h' ."

street, between Call and MaJ. his brother-in-law and sister Dr. and open the' rest room. All members utility' birds of good blood for Furs U.....', I u'el"t etaK.. ur t

. f al streets, on the west side., T. F. Mrs. N. C. Berry, and his old friends wereurged! to make fancy articles spring mating. $5 each, Special Raw I ,..........vitality, 4 unar.y by imrlrjtos' and 1.1
Ilningway, the well known contra"la were glad to see him again. Mr. Coleman for the bazaar, which will be given price for quantity. Arthur Wood richineth.blood.. Ynuan..wa fa.ltt*..
t |. doing the -work. was the guest of O. W. White. early in December. Box 216 Starke. 11.10.2t.'c' Advertise in the Telegraph. wL4L. IaVISOUlua LRK4". PNoa ...
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r r 71iii celery is already set in the field, the ... i'l':''' ::::_'"-:''':':' -' '.:':"':JC':' 1"f.:..:: ':.::-:.::::....:.:...:. '- ': ;; "r...:, ,". : ..: .. .:.:. '.; '.. 3't. ':,:.::-i' : ..

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N With The Bradford Osceola--Growers lIro. reporting!

good prices for eggplants Prospectsare

for a fine crop of strawberries.

i a County Farmers sII Citrus rolling to market rifpidly and

bringing good! prices.St. .
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VGy k Johns-Our county agricultural

(,L advisory committee has agreed to
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work with the boys and girls clubs in
1t r SEVEN: HUNDRED COTTON enemies of the peach: tree, accordingto
I an effort/ (to promote( the dairy indus-
a liOU.S ON ONE STALK a recent communication from J. R.
try )here.Okaloosa. .
\ Watson entomologist of the Florida 't I .

: A Georgia plantation has recently Experiment Station. Speaking on this -
-Farmers are beginningto
: produced. a cotton stalk bearing 700 matter, Prof. Watson says: ,
break land and plant winter cover ... -
it bolls and standing live feet six inches ,"This insect Is the caterpillar of a '
of oats and
high. This is a record number of moth which lays her eggs up near the craps rye. .

e jI bolls to be grown on one stalk, so far low branches of the tree. The young, -
Hernando-Some farmers are already "'"
; as known. The cotton ii of the dou- hatching out from these eggs! are .
; shipping' egg plants, getting ',' _
(G ble jointed variety that produces two not able to penetrate the dry bark, so I AV
l good prices for them. Snap beans
} bolls at each Joint instead!' of one. crawl down to the moist bark at the
about ready to ship.
A k1' The extraordinary growth has been base, where they begin their work. .

placed in a glass: case at the capitol: "There has recently been discovereda
Hamilton Our winter
cover
crop
In Atlunta,-whcrc it will remain as a / very promising remedy for this
will be almost double that of : Th'V
acreage
for sightseers. and which is to .
permanent exhibit pest, one easy apply.It last ; \
year.
v + is 'para-dichlorobenxene.' Make a

MOW MUCH IS THE NEWSPAPER shallow trench about the tree on a -
Duval-W. R. :Munson of Mandarin -
WORTH level with the top burrows, which can S
has 100 Satsuma orange trees
be located by the gum which comes
that will net him over five hundredin
The newspaper is the one organ we out from them. If some of the bur-
fruit th'is Two of dairyman
our
i look to for daily and weekly news rows are above the surface of the year. Telegraph
have just returned from the
: a items and helpful and entertaining ground mound the dirt up until it
National Dairy Show where' they
r information. )It informs entertains, reaches the level of the top ones. The \
purchased a number of purebreds to
and amuses. Without it our lives trench should be about an inch from
add to their already splendid herds.
I t would be listless we would not know the tree. In .it sprinkle an ounce of -

'the happenings within our very county the remedy. Then cover a foot or I cv
Pasco-We held six well-attended
"ys, I, or township, we would be deprivedof so dpep with dirt, bringing the dirt H
meetings of poultry raisers this week
essential and necessary knowledge up high around the tree. Pack the ,

of things over, around and about us. soil firmly with the back of the shovelto e
Palm Beach-We doing rehabi-
are
Of all the Institutions of man which confine the fumes. The fumes will V
litation work in the Everglades. Are
serve us, there are none more unselfish spread out from the trench*penetrate
co-operatively purchasing seed and
I and self-sacrificing than the the burrows, and kill the borers. .1 .
stock feed for many who are in need
: hbme town newspaper. It carries announcements "Never attempt this remedy when t
of such. ....
{ of our socials, of our the trees are in active growth be-

II +; farm meetings, of our village shop- cause it may kill them. In Floridathe ,
IS IT A CLEVER TRICK.
's. keepers' "less than cost" sales, and, best time is late in November or :

M of our fat and lean, mutt and Jeff' in December. Is one of the necessaries
k i I While no person possessed of a
and charges a less than two old
baseball games, nary "For trees years
penny for the privilege! of doing it. I do not use over half an ounce of the sense of justice would for one mo- of life for Bradford
ment desire to see a guiltless man
But there's many a man who swears powder. After the mound has been up
t, I punished for an alleged crime, there .
r ; "It doesn't pay to advertise." two weeks, tear it'down. Too strong is an element of suspicion in the lat- '.. County people, and that ,
No institution over does more for dose too long an is aptto
a or exposure
yl! est move to free from prison John II. \ this fact is
the good of all tho people than does injure young trees. becoming more
x Pope, a Jacksonville attorney sen-
the newspaper. Its readers are all "This method of treating peach tree ,

4t1 w ? the people, regardless of station in borers is by all means the cheapest tenced to life imprisonment for par V: and more recognized all
ticipating in the killing! of George H.Ilickman .
4 + life, Irrespective of education and of and easiest and is so effective! that it

knowledge, and without distinction AS is felt that the peach tree borer has Theatre, ,in manager'Jacksonville at in the September Palace. the time is seen by the ;

social condition. It mirrors life at last been conquered"
t to ". 1021. The actual slayer of Hick- number of subscribers
and bur community, us It is, without new
man is a young man named Frank -
'i to the influential, or forj&f't-! CHIPS '
tqr, catering Rawlins, who did the shooting and constantly added to' \
r/oro
ting the unfortunate, caring no ,
who the
escaped gallows( through sentiment
the of the-rich' than for To have small fire extinguisher[ it)
for approval a I "
; on The part of the jurors who list. the '
/' 'that of the poor, thinking less of the the barn and another in the house is I brought in a recommendation to mer our Join procesV ,

of the unscrupulous than of better than.to wish had had them .
u applause you !
cy along with their first degree verdict I sion and find out what f .
editor's conscience. after fire. '
Qla, its, own a I .
Now Pope's lawyer bobs up at .
No business deserves more suppoitand
G \ this late date with affidavit from '
an is home
!gets! lelll!. Nobody hesitates to ""Don't .lot the fairs go by without going on at .
Rawlins that he lied to save his neck "
rc pay one or two dollars]) for a few gallon attending: them. And take the family .
hg and that what he told about Pope was and abroad
1s s of (:gasoline to burn upon the too Make a vacation day or two of
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,a tissue of falsehoods. The evidenceat A .
road, but everybody hates t' lay thnt it. ,
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the trial was so strong that Pope .
much the counter of the home -
on I barely 'escaped the death penalty. Naturally .
newspaper Everybody want! to read There is no denying that the quickest the suspicion arises that thereis r. \ I, "

., i the I paper: and they Ono it so nice to way to have trained men and something about the .

i "+ t rrlap'1)'(' benefits of frw.. ndvertis'inji( women managing our' farms and sition.; The wrong affidavit of a self-con propo ..' *1 '" .,.'

.t., nut nobody seems willing to pay the gracing our farm homes U: to'start fessed perjurer who is now doing time

4 -. puny price the editor' sets for his sets with and) train the boys and girls 'of for lice, surely can have little weight/ j '

s 11j ., vices. Everybody seems to think that the country district. under such c1rcumstancell.-LRkelllnd r, a

reading matter ought to sell for nothing Star-Telegram. I I" .

and that the editor works for his I The man who thinks 1 all he needs /

1 health. Agricultural News Service to do to fame and wealth N Per ,:
I acquire DUI'AIITMENT OP JUSTICE TO Only $2.00 Year

L t* to buy a lot of purebred cattle, hogs, PUNISH THE-WAR GRAFTER4:! VV

I I 'TO INCREASE F.a! PRODUCTION( horses or sheep and then uroceed to $1.00 for Six Months .

let them shift for: themselves, has an-
Department ttuildtpg Up Caves in .so:)(l

Better Breeding, Ilrtftr Culling, IktA ther and a wiser thought coming. Cases,' Attorney General Says in advance

ter Feeding Will Do It "

The prompt Application of cold wa- Appealing! for public patience while .. ,
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Florida hens can be mode to lay ter hardens hot grease spilled on the the government Is making sure of Its

ktl t N ) more eggs by practicing: either one of floor and keeps It from going into the evidence upon which to take war profiteers -

;{ three suggestions!!: Hotter breading, wood. Then it's easy to scrape it oft and grafters into court Attorney ,. '" .

9 better 'culling or better feeding. Or and remove the stain with a wet cloth General Daughcrty assert] that ( i. .. h.....{. "
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+ + combine thesethree! and have the best Sprinkled) with washing soda. I the government purposes to prosecuteto r I : ,

possible results, i\c\ v>rdng! to N 'W.fianborn the limit every one of the war :

poultry specialist of the Early sweet potato plants grown transactions. in which fraud or dishonesty .'"

V Florida college of Agriculture. under tho supervision of State Plant have been ,practicecL 4 ;

Upon this subject! Dr. Sunburn recommends Hoard officials and shipped to /growers I The attorney general made his announcement -

: and urges! the following: north of us, will bring! the lucky when there had been presented Address all letters and remittances to : V

"Adopt dry feeding methods. Feed Florida farmer ready money early to him memoranda from the .

both scratch and ma h feed Make next "tiprlng., Winter is the time to heads of the war transaction sectionof '

t more use of pasture for your' poultry. start. Call upon the Plant Board at the department of justice indicating Bradford County Telegraph :

Feed waste products of the garden Gainesville. : that preliminary investigationsinto I II ., !.,

and truck patch. Keep water handy! I 4255; war time contracts had disclosed .

'; cr for the hens. Some! form of lima Different menus and 'suggestions evidence upon which the &government Starke, Florida : VV

q' such as oyster shells ns additional for the school lunch may be had upon must take action1. ...'.

material for their egg shells: should, : request to the Home Demonstration I In every one of these 45 cases it V .r. V I <

convenient for tho hens Grit Office, Florida< College for Women declared 'either "7 I ; ,I
>,r be kept was officially civil or "= ''( .
( yw? + in the form of broken crockery or I Tallahassee, for extension bulletin 4.1| criminal suits must be brought by the .V. I V. VV '

crushed rock, should olio Ve provided. Cure of the child of preschool, age is |I government, and in many cases both :: '

as Florida soils !are lacking in grinding discussed in Bulletin S 3, and of they i will be necessary if the government I {:, _,.._' ', .".'..:'C', "
material. baby and its mother in bulletins 2 and Is to ,' ,
/ I recover, even a part of the fabulous -t. f\; -.
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A \ dry mash Is mixed 1. out '"
satisfactory/ sums paid as a result of the "

i '. ns follows: 30 pounds of cornmenl, I fraudulent or improperly executed ., '.. ." .. .., ..,,: : \. .' :'( ..,
COUNTY AGENTS'; REi'OIiTS- :I. ,, ;.1 t'; .
40 pounds, of whoat shorts, 10 pounds I contracts. ,., :," t" ..'r.;
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of cut alfalfa 20 pound: of Si-per\ I The "Cases of "questionable trans- :t\.. C.. ,,,.,"'*. ... !'"' -' ... ". ..I.. <<'. ,"..., -", ",. .

cent meat strap, 1-2 pound of salt St. Lncie--Little damage has been I actions" as the department of Jus- 'I. .. ,"

,,4 r .' 1-2 pound of sulph! "r.' Mix this well done in this section because! of the tice refers to them are now being: ;:. "';'I ... : .. t., ,
feed It Sort of hopper. recent heavy .rains. worked ', ,'J' ." :; ""'. '. "
J d'Ils, and }In man I[l up by special attorneys or by y't.. ) .1> .. .
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Keep the hopper o"l; always. Limit, United: Sti\t..s attorneys in various: .:
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y Wakulla.-lo'ar--;; county ; : ::(; .: : \ .
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the quantity of scratch: feed so tint: In this purls of the country. \
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,' 1 tho hens will be made to pat tart are having their hogs treated for control I The 'majority of these cases, approximately .

t"l'r'' ''; pounds: .mash to every seven pounds of cholera 250 were said to have originated S .

4' of scratch feed. I in the War Department, 'and ,' -

"Allow constant access to the dry Polk-Quality :;;;size of fruit is the navy department transmitted to i

mash; feed the limited amount of 'ood this year. Growers are dpply- the department nearly 70 cases, the .",

}' v i scratch feed! once dally, usually In the ing tall applications of fertilizer. shipping board CO, and about 30 cases, i,,',",'.'.r'. '''. ,' _' '. '. ,
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i ; late afternoon. Supply clean and root came from miscellaneous .federal "_ : ,_/ 'i _
water in abundance' Do not forget Walton- Our farmers are taking agencies and bureaus which functioned > : ," '

grit, oyster shells or gfucn feeds.! great and, unusual interest in the np- during the war. I"t, :' : .
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pioachinjr county fair. Purebred, hogs. r +

I, i' NEW. EFFKCTLVE AND CHEAP will be a leading feature. .. .' '\;, ,
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l METHOD OF KILLING PEACH Liberty is a blessing to be earned .4."' '. .

TUBE BORER I Putnam-The buildings for our fair before it can be enjoyed.; :

are being erected rrfpldly.Somiflolo [ To Cure a Cold. In One hay

3 A remedy has been discovered for |I I f.,. LAXATIVE' : BROMO QUININE(Tiihleu.ouiiti :
wee. itml Hcadttih. aaii *nvh. vt '
the peach tree borer, ono'of the wont ---Most of our lettuce and ,...... I" W. CROVB"!: tlvutura oa Mch .bur. I-


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NOVEMBER 10, 1922 BRADFORD COUNTY TELECKAril.( STARKE FLORIDA .
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COUNTY I ASSETS AND LIABILITIES cimirtor/ of Section Twn1y-nlnr (J9), Town-
BRADFORD
chip i Mix III) Soulh. Reign Twenty-two ((2J
ASSETS KIIKI.: vtcopt fix acrva In Iho l flmithnnat corner

PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1922 11..I.n. cub In drpoaltory, all fund ....- .._ _.' .___. .. __' 7,484,47Uncollected and nnn acre In ho Houlhwrat iwrntr..

following report of the receipt and dlibumeinante of the fund of BRADFORD tear, current year ...........__._____.._._. -. ----- JTotal "Bayer" and Insist!) t Suuthrait Alan .brirlnnlnit Qu"rlt"nt the of Sotithriut!th> Soulheait oOm.Quar. nt

I'll<' the p.rod, ending S.l4rmh.r 80. '922. with the balances and amount of ...rranta __ __ _____ ___ ____ ter nf Mectton Twenty i.*>o., TownHhlp But.
,, ?" ;!,TY Inn anll the ..alu. of county proper))'. available aaiet ___________ __ __ ___ 7,431.47 'nil) South RniiRo ;
and a .wment' of tlls ...""Ia and IlabUlt4 a. L1AII1LITIE3 Twenty.i.(22)( ) Khui and

.,tr'nnding,. Ih.n\ .hlol of the enid Bradford Cmmty rte ...."" .10'1) on the :lOth dn" of 8..pt. 1022. by"h" .. Warrant outatandtng for current expense ____._.__ ______ ...._u__ 402( "SJnralnnue twk".1 u+ run t II North .IDS feat. Wait OflO ferot. South;
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"' r n".1. of Count Commieeiunere end the Clerk Itf the Circuit Court .b hereby published bonda out tanjina, .._....._ ..........._._.?__........ 3,41314 Inn eplrraarel'11.10oft the bill of. CumIulaln9 r ror
d. ,bd. provleinna of Chanter 8819 of the Lewa of Flo"da, Aola of 1\111. DramnK Warrant outatandinff ................................ 8.0n before the Ont (aid on
duty of Junnnry
A.
1972.1ERNEST D.
October
eomptrollerV office 88th
,.
e"d In
|lugs.
't. the
AMOS Comptroller.GENERAL Total ____.____________-1_...__________.__._ .. _____ 2.723.f.O I tann Iwinir a rulo day of U'I. court,
a eonfcMed
yutniamliithalitthix order aaaln** 11
I ba putilUhe)
In the
FUND VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY Itr idfont. Ciuinty *.>

lurv balance, April 1. 1022 ..._.__. _.___._________n_______.____ 1.00R.OR 1.0R1.nR Court IIous ______,_._._________....._..._........._.......... 80,000.00 Mitpcr iiHilip.:' nf Hrailford gonnral eounty elrculntlun: Klorlda: ,0ui4 sIieulaw In
ii"'i."? ii pprtlflcil., not pronnntpd April 1. 10M: u_._. 46.00 117.00 Jail ? .. __________.__________________________00 ______. ____-___.._ 10,000.00 WITNKSS.! 1'he llu.ior.ihle A. V, Lang
,. mndln. warrant April 1. 1022 -.?-_ Furniture and arture.- ____________-_____ __-'___ 750.00 I ju.liio of the. aid Circuit Court and au ,, the:
ft (004.00 Other property of county ___________________.______________-___.__ 6UO.OO official ilunnluro' of the clerk, M well aa U* ', 1
t ImlanMAnrll t. 1B22 ._ otriclnl anal of thin ."urt. tlila, tli. 80th day It',
RECEIPTS" FOR THE BIX MONTHS Total ., .... ..- .. -, .., .. _______________ 8(1.2&0.00 ,if October, A. D. 1923
_. .... 1.7M.B4 .JJ.- r. ?
__....._.._ .
From tan collector, taxc _________._.. (3 W
_.., 7,891.0.From n At.PEmtAN,
-
...
? .
Comptroller rctlnmptlon! ...-....-....___....... 47.K1 I-= t. S. CREWS Clerk Circuit Court
................ '1.**9F..m +- The -e "'nli,.KB. yon ere' the nanio "H.ypr" riai'kiire Sollrltnr for Complainant llradford ounto, IP'I*.
comptroller railroad \\leenflca ._._...-.._-. B74.1S talileN 1 l-9-bl-19.29. (Seal)
....A........... 1.R24.2H RED GROSS HEALS i ] | or on you are 1)01. At.t..
From clerk! 1llnq fen .-.- 121,80 t.US.tMaVlnir Book tnijr I lie. grimiim' hewer product prninheil ,
Scrap l by ('hYllt'III"H over twentytwNcnii. ( OM\II ...r.r.llS'( 84LR

balance _________.. ________._________..____i 70.5S0.94 I ii ml [iroveil mifo by inillioiM (tVldn vlrlim llprcby. not ico U given thai under and by
of thnt rrl'lain ,dfcrpo
FOR TAE!: BIX! MONTHS WOUNDS OF \WAF of partition mad
DISBURSEMENTS and
entered' In ihn ,
of clerk of the circuit court a* county auditor and ( Ileuilncliu" Circuit Court of llradford
Salary ....... 7fiAnft < Klorldii. in ehanrorv fitting .
clerk to county commiaclonera ......... ... Tontlmeho I.nnibaiiu 1"hnlr. on th '
......... 104 An of li'lolipr., A. II. \9Si. In favor of
and mil.. of commlutnneni :
Per diem ell.ndnnrn" county commlulonen .... 24.00 INDIANS HAVE AUTO TROUBLE ICivrnelio ItlieiimiiUmn' U R. llmlrrhill.. liilby Underhill and Hell\
Pity ahprlff for on 1'uin 1'ain! ITndorhltl." comptnlnant*. nnd airninHt C. M.
other Officer* and tnpleyeal 25,000 Disabled Ex-Service Men -'- \eurolgin |!indt, >rhtll. Clnrn (Cone, John
Marie of 18.15 I a minor, and C.
.._..... .
_..
..
for county rnmrnlMlonnra .. .- About I "no, .. ili'ft'nilnntii .
,
tho
Attorney Red Men Said to Be Worrying whlc, uiidi.mlKninl.
____ 120.00 A"'t'rt only "Hiiypr" jmeUapp/ a* oommlriHlonpr '
Supervisor of reglatratton -.-..-..-.._-. In Hospitals After Four I will olTpr an.1 ,a'II'|| In front of the
the Price of Gas for TheirRacing l'lIIIIIII, ,' ion.... llanily l box<', emit door of the ,
i R.p.lr to Cnenry BalMInntCourthoUM -......___-_.-__ 18.00 Years of Peace.CHAPTERS' Cars. / of tw <'l\e Irlll'l'r
Furniture and- -flxturea for Jail .._..._............_____ 4R6Erp.nees i ..i.t" nUn' Hell boltleH. of :21 mill.. ( IIIAspn I Itlou4thltdavr hurmlere 1>. 10W.-

of Janitor Conch Dalldlnni and other. attendant' ......... ......__._.._. 10(1.00( The conduct of the Indian wards I ot in' i. the trittle! murk of Bay'tiliuiniin ImmLtItouhdlpwinv. bIwrrtMJrrproruerirhsft', ,, ;

I LlRhta. fuel and. water -.-..______.___. 120.43 1 '_* FIELD OF SERVICE tile nation la nlolll! u subject of coirent haln.hl". (line arid Monoucctu-ueitlualt'r, 01 :iiiiii'd Iu-wit ,nod lyiiur' in Rrndruril.' county, Florida, I I

Care of Cent Allowance Poor made to ". P". outside of poor hoot and paid *** to their olllrlnl\ Kuarilhina. Ai -_ . --- -- ..- --- Hnnthennt Qllilrtcr of KorthWvat Quarter ,
by warrant _., _............. 701JSO! cording, to the report of thu board ,ot rod,, 1 Nortliwcit OuarU'r of Northpiwt .. 'I"' '; '
Hiof Hniithwpnt ( ..
leaner, nml _tijiniiurof
Coroner Inq.e Fee.tsl of officer, Jurors, and wltnraie ......-.. ....... 102.00 Every Veteran Needing Help Get: Indian couimlHHlmiers, the uutauuibll Hnulhwpiit Ijunrler and North Unit
x 11'r48IstI. i r uthwnil Quarter of Houthwpet Qunnor.ill i
Innanlty inuolrlrtFpm ... __... 02.06 Individual Attention of Sympathetic I 1evm S to poHsens the sumo MI 8<>plliin M, Townnhlp it Mouth Hnrutot
of officer and committees_........... lie fascination fur tho Indian that I It 1 11'110 t 1 cnntalntnir, 170 Rune. mom or !I....

Stationery and General Printing stationery, blank. etc. ..._................._... 113.OHUncord Workers.When I docs for ninny of his white brethren" 'FJ 1'.. J t,.. f.rill-KIN III;
bookl _> ______ 70.B7 In numerous cnsi-g "(lie first proceeduf C. A. I KNICJIIT n '?

Advrrtlalnir required. by law and paid( for by county.._... / 116,10Commleelone ( the eule of tribal Iniulx !KU to pui CominlaHloncn.' I ,;
paid to om.... 1 i v I JOHNS.
Tax amKWRor __ _v.----.------------- ..-------...... ROO.OO on November 11 the world chose a hlllb'lowel'e,1| | niitonioMIe unll 1 1 I'I".I Solicitor for Complainant, lllMtUlMASTHfS i
Tnt collector .- _..._______.-___-_____-. ______.-- BflO.71 halts to observe the fourth a full conipleuioiit dC nvci'N' "iirliis." _- -
_______ ..__ 176.BS y
___
work ,
-
"Pherlff.' general court -- '
of ArmIstice Day, and the \\Iu\\aiii to tnoriniiKo for .I i SAI.R
work.. 74.04Fxpora sari Having r e rr
Clerk: circuit court recording and general court Annt..t'r-I f Mc'tlov: I la hervliy ulvt.ii that on. ,!.,. .and by .
of election _'__-.__. 801.46 4.86416I I' can Red CTOHR InaiiKuratei It. the price of a car. It Is only mitura j ".,, of that ci-rl.iln flnnl ilcrrre of (oreli -

ContingenclM' .. .. 822.60 Boll Call for the enrollment that Lo should devote lie( piocceUn. of '"' .Hiiro iniiito and n-nilnnul. on October SO.V ,
I II IW'J.y: \ Jlomirahlo ,\. V. l-oiiu, Judas y,
balance. Sept. 30. 1022 .-.....-....... 8.9'1r..l) 1028! membrrglilp, the people of the tits oil land to hut( object remark .1 I ha I Circuit Court foi Hiadford County, 6
Warrant) on Utah ill nit Sept. 30 102 ___.-..___-___-...___..-._?___ R7.00 I IScript United States well" to think I the New York World. It he choose! ,Y {kRIlADI"Oitl FI..oI.ln. In that rortnln ..wen whurvin the '
may pauae iMidriird. Cnimly: ( llnnk, n curpnrnlkm. In conv j;
ccrtlflu -- ----- i
Sept. 00, 1922 _._..-....... 5.087.18 6,032.1 of mud and racing: cam. to tllvvors thn ) iinili'ivliinpil, will offer for wili and mli
by our Army
| balenea peace
uimli. to the hlulu'it nnd htmt hlildrr., In ,
Navy In the World, War. The glory ot Blioald be net down to the aptitude of loiil, of tin courthoiiim.. ili.fiIn, Hlnrhe, I'ra.l-

FINE AND FORFEITURE FUNDirwitory It U 8 common tradition but tin \Ills "untutored mind"\ for itHslmUutlni! ,1 I roimiy. Florida, on Monday iii., ctli day 1 1r
; lir.ulfiiul: \ Nul.:! Mlto, IP'Ia'( i ill ., Dwembrr A. U luijt. duiliiH tlm lawn)

1022 ...._...._. ...._...,-.. 1.PRO.HI wound of war remain. They are not I the white innn's. Ktiuulards. At a01; the olMr. I.."".. of .,,1<., for thn PUIIIOMO of anttMfylniraid l
April 1. of liroiiker uiie'lt
balance ,
wus i .
Anili'i'U ,
certified not prmrntcd April-1, 1922 ________________- 2B.48 1,077.2 healed In a day In .n year, nor In ton rate, the development may be Instancetl flnnl deem. *, the fnlliiwIiiH div>erllM.il. per- ,lproperty
Vrlpt : llio .i.iml In llrndfard I'ounly' Florida.
Andrea ,
M.
And Armistice Day sa. evidence uf ludlnn prod mid Mis. ( pan
............. 90.1 years. on th"rll'' I ..iwltlKliililci.ii
__
<| lUlandlnir, ( warrant* April 1, 1922 -- --- l h. for ('oUJ.I cattle markd .
will be under treatment In Qorer'nrncnhospitals 1\811 and-ought to u matter iveok.CJ. 1 ( lAhra.1\ of clock ,

oIt; hnltmc.. April! 1. 1025 .-. .------ 0871 over 25,000 ex-service men, I luomlatlon rather Hun for criticism. I B ('ohl"" rianaed' lln'oufflr hen I aninolh In .I Iht oroli other nndt.rblt,car brniitli'd In min, with,ar, ewallownrk the let )

RECEIPTS FOR THE: herlff six fine MONTHS, .-........... 1.6041 broken physically, !! by wounds, expo When Indlnns In-Kin to worry over'' Friday with Mr. !MnUhewn rnroutio I'm, M K.. loiri'ttifr with( thilr inari...c vine ?
From .\ 1. A. I). 1020.
lUHUKt
wrestle will ,
and
strain and exhaustloi the of ensollm-
sure, nervous price Mt Horn.MrB n F: KNinttr.Spiwial ,
MnVlnabalance .. _____.___._n______ 2,6111.7ntnRUnSEMENTS Incident to their sprvlce In the war. the other prohlciiiK of the MK I cost of : BruiikviSaturday Mutely In C'nnnoory '

FOR THE Six! MONTHS The Government without etlnt U tin luxurious living tlicv tire In u fair wajtoward ; C. M. Andreu! wan In \,. H. CltKWa.rt.lk'll.r ll-H-Bt-li- ,
for Comnlnlnunt
Pr..rntlontSheriff morninif.Mr. :
Coat of Criminal' end dr-p\itlpn, coat btlla In criminal eaai** ._... 8147ft dertsldng/ tn furntsli these dlsublei complete elvllUallon: I'erhnpi '
rnnatablp! *., test bllla In crlmlnnl raapa -.-....... A6.RO men with the compensation( and m dleal Indian bureau reiiurnlll. yet InclUde'' nnd Mrs. S. C. Andrea and l little NOTICE :Tt: IIHITOHH AM: I'KI'DH'OMM;
coat bill In criminal c....*._. 18.81 t tlldi'liti.( In tllo relate of J. M.nxwdl .
Clerk of the circuit court spent the werk end with All
to which they are entitled of moloivur dualities il.uiifhlcr iirHnna
care statistics
.... 276.7R .
Tounty Judge, met bill In criminal cnne __________. \ lat. of llntdford Co'nity, rlurttU,
Wltnea fee ,,. _,.- 812.70 yet their esiuu-lul care l Is a duty of the renervDtton. .And liner ull. In not\ the the l.-iUer'H (IlIrl'I1IM.Ir.! and Mrs. C. ivuniu.d., an. n. i.-UMl. I 101 prey thrir mild. .h.I! !t. t
; Inenlveneycaen:; ; ._..... 2.60: the Got orthwltli. and nil imreinic hiving. clnirn
Court Rtenoirranhri' Red OTORS. Whyt Because J- kliuied brave cnreerlnt
hertfTa"' eommumlona on flnoa, etc., collected ....._._..... R2.47 I' sight of a r ( M. Dcnniion, of Midway. ifiilimt. unlit, ..I..,.. Chill file the aiiinn, duly 1
Feeding! prlaoncrn _.______________-____ ._...____-... 808,HO emmeat cannot handle the cases of over the plains 111 the white tnnn'idevil Mrs. M. I>. Itiirrell\ und\ lion, M.: \11. iillii.itinili.d., with tliu. iiiidnraliinvil. aitminilrutor -
Fay of Jurors In criminal eaae, county and juatlc, of 4kservlce men Individually ; It mu! wagon one to cheer the phllosophtc within ono year front dntu h..r.ur a
........ Rfl.OO Jr. and, Mrs. Gaines were in Urookr hn fnnver liarn.il.
court _._ ...... I they will
peace .-. .:::.- 24000 handle these men In bulk: under itandardlzed ntudeut of Aiaerlcun lilstory\ 1'lilii 'JTIh day of ()i-U>her A. P. 1(122.(
Guard Contingencies at lull _- .--. -. 132.07 2.345.88 policy. The Qovernmen' Saturday. W. H \XWKU., d

88R.A has neither the authority, the fund HOW ASTOR SKINNED BARBER 1n: Ilnyei, Sr., wn In \Vortl\ Idmlnlntrator I'Vlnlu 10.27."I-IJ.22 1. M Miitwull, ilocoanrnl > 4 '

Warrant Net balance otiUtandlni Sept.! 80 Sept.1922 80-1922.____,_____._.........-...i..-...-. D2.4 or the equipment for working out the II : nirtou Saturday, afternoon.llnrvey IlKhltUMlKU
problem of the Individual man. Then and 1'ilt Baxter i7TT| ('K Of Al'l'l lOAriON FIIK TAt l1
Grady
_____ 2R.70Doptinitory Foxy Millionaire Saved Tip Once lithe : HUTKI'J .71 OK TltKt.KNUIAI .
Script) certified balance, not Spot prevented 80 1922 Sept.__.80_n 1922______-_________.__.-___.______ 809.IJ8_42B.2 Is where the American Red Cron. Course of Every Six RoBc-oi' Cheaper, Roswell Ward, Hay : ; !BTArinKH ")
finds Its greatest Quid for service, aidIng \ Notice la liiT-by lvcn Hint Mead II. Crew
and nieeuMIRH
Week. Andrcu, J. W. L 1'inholntpr \ : : CnrUllrAUi\ No. 2.12. :datedHe I
through, Its very active Chapter I>un-hiun'r, of Tax
FUNDDerxwltory Willie Mae Oliver, attended! th. an.I hay of AuuilKt. A. I). '11121) tea AMitld
ROAD the disabled with hn .
In reachlnfc man ,
rrrtini'nte In ciftlre and hAt hiHdu anlloation
1922 ._..__, ._ ._. SriO.na mediate practical help, assisting/ hi. According to u ntoryi! !In Forbc.John .. union meeting ut Surdin Sunday for a tax my clued to Uaue In n cor balance April 1. the
,.. ..__. 7.7B 887.8 Jacob Astor father of Urn pros cud Lulu Show wI'reviHllors with tnw Maid"' rurtlflgJiU* embrntru
Script ci-rtifluil. not preentt-d April 1, 1922 ___-.._.- family while his claim Is emerging from imed to have I 11 1\Iilt.I'1\[! ISi'HHie ,.[,llo." lnir di..orlhvt proiHirtv. illuaUd. In Bradird '

..._..... 1'1.10 the process of adjustment furnlshlni oat Vincent Astor at the hum of Mr. (Cornierv! .:. county, Klorldn. to-wit : 4
_.... ..........
Outntandmit, warrant April 1, 1922 articled of comfort funds to tide ovei Fifth Avenue lintel. barber go to hlitouso lot 7 llli.rli Z't In 'l'.mnl ,'. Add to Stark,
4S.17 I "have him. lie< Monday. <''llon 9N. Tn, II, It, t'2 The mild, land brln.;
Nrt nlnnce April 1. 102 .-. the difficult periods the friendly toucl '' every ila.to. Mi'imod nt thv diite. of the tHHiianr-e or coat

RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS .......... 62.24 of personal encouragement heJlful' didn't tip the burlier every day bu .,.rtllti'nlu In thn niiinu nf Jnmta flown Ktllnli'HH > ''
From comptroller redemption ........_...... It.\lI-'OIW ccrlilinitv shell I lie mlrtiinnil acurdlnit .
.................. 7.HIIFrom recreation and worry-dispelling/ amuse : gave \him 00 cent each week. But .. I mild law, tax du'd. will leave thi>reon vni vI.
comptroller, railroad tax ._...-.._........... 1.B2I.22 225.07 1.7 7,18 ment. It Is the warm band of fpm Instead! of paying /tha barber on the Haiford, Nov. !:1.-\. T. Andrews of I. Illlh to day of Novpnilwr. \. I). II 'JWitmfca -'.
auto lax0 \: .::: : ;; and Ural (trill ,
From comptroller pithy and understanding which the I I lame day each week, lie uyttlenmtlcnl JII1'k "nvilll', wan visiting hero recent- my .olflclnl Irtoln'r.nlifimluro A. 11. 19VJI
l Illll day of
MnMnir bulnnpe ?. ._ .-_.______. 2,105.3 American Red l Cross extends to the ly paid the tip one day Inter each Iy. in (I. W. AI.DKKMAN.Mll .
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE But MONTHS the tip out /<>. Clerk Circuit (',,"rt,
2.626.2R majority of these disabled ex-servlci week. TliUH If ho paid' lniHineHH visitor
Tranaferred to bond truatwa -_..?._......?_ Hurley Moore wa n ll-l.1-lit-ll.IO llradford foiiuty Fla.llltllKK .
_
---N: ( men. some of them friendless In the week on u Monday, next week the bar to Jacksonville ono day lust wee)(.

Vet balance Sept. 80. 1922 -i9ii:1:: whirl of life thousands of them wltl tor got his. tip on Tuesday the tol, Klllt rtrlll.lCATION
Warrnnt: ciiUlumlinn. 8ept. DO, : : Wesley Kolierts, of Wurthlnirtoniprinim In Circuit fiiurl Htnte of ,Hi.rl.lr .:l1th'h'
Script certified not presented SPl>t. 80, 1922 _._... 7.75IlepoHltory wives and children dependent upon lowing week on Wednoicluy, and scon. I ildlciul Ircilll.. llrndfiird County: In Chan:
balance. Sept. 80, 1922 ...._.__.__.-__.-.__ 90.4 DH.l! them and hundred of them frequently In the coarse of nix weeks ho thu'iklnnud + wan viHitiiiK his Krnnilpurnt ,,- d

AGRICULTURAL FUND helpless In the face of grim necesslty. the bnrher oat of a week'i Mr. and Mrs' A. 1). Andrews,, "re.hn t,. learn: f.oiniilninant.va ..t,

I unt week-end. )

Tleptwitory balance April 1. 1922 ______..____________________.____.. '70.R'' Veterans tip.The hotel shop wart who III employed, utiluinoa id
h lluphnHr, and Nutliu
OuUUinillnir warrant April 1. 1922 _.._............ 2,879 Chapters Aiding ) Fifth Avenue 11. 1'. Howling, Iliivhiipr. hia wife,
In this work upon whose accoropllshment favorite hniint of politician and City wan visiting. his family llpfpnilnnl the
Vi't I 1922 -----..--------?-._. 10.88m li' In the old days. The, It "Hnrinir| by alfldnvlt aiiH.niti to .
:i T8e'E -----' --------- the American Red Cross other notables luring taut week hili Ilk.I\ In I Hn. m-ovo-nUli'il caune, that Adolphhii'bnpr ,

tax SIX collector MONTHS taxes! ___..._______.:-..-.. SH0.17 urging/ a record-breaking/ enrollment lithe I late J. I*. Morgan cave only a five T Mi/.elle of Luke huller, wnn / anil I Ni'ttie Iluptiiipr, hla non-realdem wife, the
From comptroller, rmlrmptlona ...........____.. ..-..- .40 Roll Call which opens on Armls cent! tip when shaved WllllanWaldorf A. : pfendnntfl heroin named are rrwtI'lita .
________ 76.22 488.71 I ..t the Htnlp nf rlorltlit, and They are
..___ ..__ Monday
From comptroller, railroad tax tics Day and closes with Thsnksglv Astor who owned the Wnl in town ipoming.MftdameH of I hirlly of lii-tnilt. Stale of Mlchl.an .

____.__ 827.115 \V. T. and W. U. An- end I nre over the *u. of twnnlytniertnra '
MaVtnir balance ._ _-____ lag/ Day 2,67! Chapters In all parts othe I dorf hotel and will befrlendi'd Oeorifi! .. } /IL I In thprvfnre ordopitl' that call noiiilildi.nt -
niHBVRSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS country are engaged. Tills Is !UM Boldt; who ininle thnt hoxtelry fumoua. In-ws were tho Clients of Mrn. It. li.ICohtrU df.fondunt" be anil *r* hereby reulrpd it '
.-----.------------------------- ,. t4 tli,,, .bill. of conifilaint, flied
- ---- than working for ex-servltt I dollar for a Worthington Munduy. ti" appcur > ) 'l
more) were always gave the barber n at Monday. the 4th
before
Leaving balance _..._..._........_............................... 027 627.115.BlDepnaitory men last year when approximate!;], (have rind $5 every time ha hal hli The town was all excitement lust d.'"i ny mild or rii'GuntbHr eniui on or A. II. 111 2. othvrwlee the r
_._.__.. .
__ __
'r. transferred to buildinn fund by comptroller --- I of roll bill will lie I tukttn na ...n.f..d
balance Sep! (. 30. 1922 __........-...-..........-.. ,11 $10,000,000 was expended by; the Ns hair cut. rhursilay night when the More owned llviiallonn by old itnfpndnnui.
Lionel Organisation and the Chapter! Jay Gould never tipped. entirely destrayd It la further ordered. that the order be
WIDOW'S PENSION FUND worktag: together la harmonious unity I by W. C. CuHon was ,.uhlinhvd, ,' once a week fur four annaecutlvev
... by fire. The flu men were iliHcuvcr- In the llradford ( .unl. Tl.Rrph. a

Depiwitory balance April 1. 1922 _.-_-...._.?___.-__.__... 291.41 For the current decal year Nations Blind Trips. I. and! thu alarm MwniaiMr, publlahell| In aiiid County and atateThin .
1922 ._ .. .. Headquarters appropriated 93,080,. 1',1, about 2:30: d'clock Novi'illlier I I. IIMJ
---
Outstanding warrant April I. ---- -------- -------- -- The myHtery riders hove como tc U. W. ALDERMAN

.. _.__... 291.4\ ;: 69200 an increase of $300,30084 ovei the London Dully Kxpres. rjven, but nothing wan saved on uc- IS..nll Clerk Circuit: Court: ,
Net balance April. 1. 11)22 .... ........_.... _. ?? town days
for the work J thu C. A. KNK.IIT.K. .
the amount spent among 01 count of the headway gained by Dy
MONTHS I Hoelcty :
RECEIPTS FOR THE SIX do not form n Bee-ret Clerk
"They ; "1'KltltYMAN.: Deputy :
,. .. ----------------- ------- ---.--..---- ex:-.ervic. men In the year ended June wel .
--
--- -- constitute a nieniK to the public ire. Hollcllor for. Complainant.: 1I..atU1NtlTU'R
_____ __ 201.4.: SO last. Since It Is estimated that t*>. Citizen> r
MaVInir balance ..._ ___-._ -- fare. They ire litw-uhldliiK' : -'''-
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ,Chapters will expend close to $7OOO fur. 'taking ichnnce. nf HAI.K: OP16,600.60 | Pr.R!:

-------.-- --------------- --------.--- -------.---- (000( ( from their own funds, the grand t who have a weiiknexN rhara- No Worms In a Healthy ChildAllchlldren I KNT TOWN OF MTAKHK! IID.NDHIfnrrby
.' They are. In abort notice la .,I..n that the board ofIM.n"
Depoeitory balance Sept. 80. 1922 ._.......?.....-____ 291.4;: total of Red Cross expenditures: tot who net out under sealed' trnutilml with Worm have en uo- i truatre of the Town uf Rtarkv, Klorlda
thl. stagle work Is expected agsln tet bane trippers! mlthytwkr." wlikh ladktau. (peer lilocxl. soul .'arole. ...,Ill rwenlv. npalpd blihi for the .."rh. of

BUILDING FUND reach the IIO.OOO.OOO mark by June SO, orders. them) I* mora or I e' ....m.'h UlaturtMiuiv.iKOVE3 IH.DOIMIO of Water and l.liiht Plant HombF '
"Originally InlrnilureA at toll lea (, TASftLESS. CHILL IONIC given nituirly .. the Town of fltarke, t'lorld. up t*> ..ndIncludlnw .a
rtepoeltory balance April 1. 1922 ..._-------1______:.___._____. 1028. I from the formal fin two three w..... wlH enrUli the bland tho 15th day of .. ,. A, D.

Outstanding warrant April 1. 1922 _______._____________._____ Hc.pltsl and District Office WorkDuriJlI' tide drive as such a variation trips ore now. being/ run bjt nprovntham,und utee agenda' '"22 H.ld. honiln are to lie dated the flmt day of '

the fiscal a total of ova IingTmictnthewhole' nyil'm. Maliim will thoalinnroircirdlipnl nd to .be In the> denifml- j
111'
A. 2. are
Net Hulnnee April. 1. _----- -------------- ---- year firm and proving verj uly. I *
London
South! wnrmnilhitChllilwllll>*
KECEIPTS FOR-THE\ : li'l MONTHS! and volunteer hoi I th* of ILOiMI).nil eauh, and t hn. In..t
-. 1,000 persons, paid When the motor conch start/. 10 1If'rJ\rt hMlla. flMMnl ....800.( ...tout n.lon rate of 6 per cent per
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--- popular.
----- ------ ----- :
--------- ---- --- n'r' January
Crow In
In Red duty :
been engaged In complete Ijnortnce inil-annualty, the Ant day
hospitals. ) .r district offices of the U. 8.VtIt.rane' .. I the pasitrngprs are I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION .nd July nf .*.. ...., with Intent coupon
Maklnv balance -.. .-_-_.____.__.-__... as to Its dell atlon or what majhnppen In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit ..LtnrheiL Th principal and Intermit nf *.i'L
x.iiiTiiS; Bureau An average of 9,000 of the I In rhanevry.: mill payatjl at the Jlanover Natlonafank
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE l the way. The price County, rlortil are
Contract for building .*....., wood shed eta. ____ 280.86 new cases requires definite and particular I on and IlJr.df"'d Remove Cloud Quirt Till and Other In the .111 and ataW of New York.
Paint .__...___.-*..__..___-...-........_-._ 8.7B 239,81.i.klnlf attention each _nth. The demand ticket may even Include dinner 1".11.1. The bunda offered for .. la
tickets-'but In any t'allOfood/ M. fnrnan. )( and the principal of aalil b..nd
,11. 1R.III.II.
'. deflelt _..__.____--.-----.___.._-_____...-_?-,.-.-_.-.. 289.111 1 1T t for Chapter-made articles) foi theater! Complainant. d.. and payable, 12,0011.00 the
>r. tranafer from atfrieultural fund ...._.-----.........--..._..._ 627.B1Depoaltory hospital patients .Is) constant. raiue Is always aecured. I v. .hel of July, each year, beirlnnlntr with ltt'20.nd .
-' 'lorlila Railroad Company a Cororatlnn. ending with 1042. Hid* will be incepted

fcalane Sept. 80. 1922 -._.._.-._-.._._.. ._..___ 27.811 During last year Service Claim. and .. Jam.. flaklra, Mary J. upI, > two o'clock p. m., on November lath.
Information: Service! at National Dead- : litchrll., Jamm D. ton**. Annie 1122. All bld.l.ar* ..Iul. to "I( with
''F.:. Jlarruion, C. P. Fees Max C. A. of b..n bond
OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FUND qaartera. handled 87,200 compensation lyr. and Unknown P.n sad. Insurance claims, 24,560 allotment llefvnd.nte.I Iru.| t.' 11.000.00. cued check to be
nepoaltory balance. April 1. 1922 ____.________ ....-__ 378.83 aad mlacellsne JT.M. To All Whom It May Cono.rn. ()r....tltimIt ale. .h.1 to Cnn C. Whit. t..r.
Ouutandlna warrant April 1. 1122 _________________ 734.02Net lad. allowance CUM, 9,700 1 I avleero8 i by the *worn bill of corn ..f the b*.anl. of bond truetee town
.us claims. Sine February, 1910 eintn the abnv rue that then ar< tarke. Florida
alance' April. 1. 1922 ____________ __ 142.81 It feat disposed! of M.174 allotment t own, named, pvnwina believed to b* Inter- All bid... .hl upeclfy the time within
RECEIPTS FOR THB SIX MONTHS ted In the property 4verttieil' W IOM the comply with the
__ ... .. __.......... \ 1.000.00 checks payable to veterans which the I :i lau* fif resWenee I I. ': ::;"Jn, anil: omplainnt I Ij < 'whl.h iere "f after.notice.II given by the eaiil tt.. .

142.1 Post Office Department reported nnde j clinics therein that .he dun not been know ahlaaiHiertain "f the h.1 of bond t.L that delivery of
Inquiry haa not
( ---------- .nil after dlliirent made.
JHSBURBBMENTS'FOR'THB SIX'MPNTHSINet llvemble. to If\ any of the known, namcil pinRe 1..nI check referred. ale.. a I to be
.000.00 The Chapter Is the unit of the :Red or orporatlon helieveil to be Interested c..otln. guarant t full compliance
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a
I Y In ...*...n... or ul dead ,1.,01. In the event of
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which is accessible In aid property. 'Ith the bid .., l, an
balanceSept.. 80. 1922 U _- __-_- _______._______ 142." Cross rgantsatloa ..r' alivr, ami that there are other pumice. ... Meptanee of ....h bill and th. ,,'ur on the
.
Warrant ouutandlnic Sept. 80 1IT22Thpoaitory _______________.____ 234.112 to every disabled veteran or his family. ,1I.ved to be. Intereeted In Bald property, .th.rth.n .. of the bidder to comply with the term
-- Between July I, 1921, and Jon 80, the known, namml.! drfendant. end the .r eame hell be eonaldered a* 1,1'.1.1. F FIhu

balance Sept. 80,. 1922 .__.___________..___ 876.38Tniatee 922. the Chapters had reported l.Mr,. WHICH .lawn.me and to the_Id.llc.complainant of much ami per' on..n In old bill un- 'hv".f..,mauec and b retained by the bnd

DRAINAGE FUND 979 Instance* of service to ex-service "Peck's wife told him this morning ..cllwf la I ...... ualnt. each known named :: of Rtark bode are to be uwueil
..ml unkaown pron* and enlartfi -
and their dependents, at a cost I going to speakto : rdi. > | that .U per> imrpoite of .n.'r.lo"
men never I ill rei
It >
,
that she was THKKErijKE and elpetri light plant
balance April 1. 1922i...wOut.tan.llnr _.____.____ _.._________ 22,40 almlnii) any In. i the WMlerworka
.J---------- Httmstsd from reports now at hand of him ..gain""Wae ..in. ntmed.. or all p none ..f r town of Starhe, Florida. taW bond
: script April 1, 1 22 :=== == := = UIr:: 2.321,14 rat under. or thrvjUHh them or either ofhem. mid for not 1 hue than par.The I
Ott.tndin bond April 1. loll ===::: _. ... -..- more than .34O.OOO.. she mad or trying to be con or othurwlae red all unknown peraonalaimtntf re to be laid hoard of bond trueteea rower

Vet "LoriLnrn 1. 1.2ZKECEIPTS .. __n. ___...:.."______________ 2.299.74 The basis of this fsr-rescblng individual1aeedl work 01 siderate." .. _.any." .*.1.Intereiit or any In the part property thereof. hereinrter underlie ,. 1,1, rlitht It, order U> reject of the any laid and board all blito.of band trua. .
Cross is the
jf the Red .
FOR THB SIT MONTHS Railroad Company, a corporation.me
Florida
...._--- -----....-. ---------- --.- of the disabled veteran to the Man of Mixed Emotion:; ; I *, l-iekle Mary J. Mitchell. Jame \). 1. uf the Town of tttarke, .florlda QIHLKV,

MaVlnr :de6elt ._______-______ __________ 1298.74 ind that be may obtain his rights noler : A Newark man went home with beloved ..yen Inn,, or Annie either K of tlarrleon them, or C. otherwuw.F.. Pace... Ma and airman of the I/l Bfind 0t rk Truetee*. londa*., r
"to .
DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX JIONTHSa the law. that bis especial wants white carnation wreath my I nil I penult known named, or unknown, claimnir

Interact _pone --.......--._____._.____ 20.90 nay be Immediately supplied that bis wife from her loving. husband. ,' an Int._' In the hereinafter. dd.rlh.d anj be-. ".teeth C.I A. FUTCH. lr J
or any part thereof lylnir Bond Truateea.
Net deficit. Sept 80 1922 ______.._________.__ ________. 2,313.64eeret n", and hi.. famll,'. situation may be and then tried to kill her with e Inlf ruperty In Dradfnnl county, /fltat! of iluride1e- Clerk Town of the Hoard Stark ol I"UU.U.IQFIUDAY '

out.tan.Jina tept. 80 1922 ._--.-------------J 1,00 endered happy and cheerful, and that hatchet.Exchaage. ...rite" ae follow I o
Bond oautan.lia- Mope ,SO, 122 ......_ ---------...--- 2313.14 1.321.14 their sutlnc.l fur the fi.nra. ay

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tE 1 I BUAlDFOKI) COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKE FLORIDA' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14. .',<2j:!
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:: :', ness here .Tuesday.The METHODISTThe ... -- -,

It E : """ Ladies Aid Sooiety'met at the Howe & !Jryan
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.- -. home of Mrs K. B. Watterson last Psalmist said: "I was ilIad

Tuesday, with a good attendance. when they said unto me, let us go Into

'j ; ; "1 N Items 1 IIi J. R. Kelley, of Madison. states attorney the house of the Lord." Lawtey's New Store

p $ County e'vs: was a business visitor her The Sunday school meets every Sun-

10 o'clock. Come .. _. .
; ., -= --._ --_ --- -- this week. day morning at -- - -- --- -- --- .
\ ',,) :Mr.' and Mrs. A. A. Futch have all and join our Sunday school and let -

: J: i interesting )facts Gathered During the. 'Wuk bJ Our their guests! Mrs. J. Alderman, of me know if you don't feel better af SPECIALS SATURDAY, NOV. 11th

: Regular Corr&8pOndCJ1t5.J Waldo. terwards. The junior choir will give

.r Mrs. D. L. Bugg of Plant City, was special music next Sunday. Good Head Rice '. 5 1-2c lb.

C .\J,a"o i. .. the (guest of friends and relatives her Let us all bo in our places at the
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this week. eleven o'clock service next Sundayand best grade 13 Ibs. for
\ Sugar $1.
\1 KAIFORD| I R. W. Vaughn and W. M. Wimberly; ,
I,. W. B. Alexander is having his resIdence welcome our brother preacher
"f I I motored to Lawtey Thursday. repaired and repainted, which from Waldo. The pastor" xchanges These prices are good for this day
a' : Raiford Nov 10.-A. D. :Mr*. Dewey Bennett and children only
adds deal to the nulpits with Brother Burke next Sun-
appearance
a gnat
.
was a business visitor to I I visited friends at Lawtey Monday. While here he will ad' and worth of to'a
last week. Mrs. Bell, of Cash Point, spent the of the premises. day morning. $1 sugar customer.
'.", during E. Mr. Rivera, of Green Cove Springs! minister the sacrament of the Lord's '
with her D. -- ----
here -
week-end sons, -
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Friends of Lacy Cuson will ; will be back In .. .
I'F was a business visitor here Tuesday. S pper. Tho pastor ----
Bell.
: 'f.: to know that he is and Raymond his school at the evening for the regular service. MERE AREA FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES.Oat .
returned
Frank Bell to '
ill with

h'p:. being..1'Herbert seriously It itch, of Starke, Baldwin Monday: after spending the NEW RIVER Don't! forget evening.prayer meeting on Wednesday ,Meal ...___.___...___________....___________ ,10

t t ',, j'1) .... itor in town Sunday. week-end here with his parents. New Rivers Nov.-10.-C. A. Johns Welcome. !stranger. We are glad Kellogg's Corn Flakes ------.--------".,-----------.._ JQ

9'' :,;:,'. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson and Miss Kate made a business trip to Starke Mori you are in town. Come and share a Good Self Rising Flour, per 21 lb. sack ------------- $1.00
Wilkinson returned Friday from i a
4 i, children were visitors in day. worshipful hour with us at church on 96 lb. sack Self Rising Flour ._ .____
at Floral -- ---------------- 3.60
I visit with relatives City.
I' .
lands XMies Loca Cason, of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win H. P. Galney, of Brooker, was i a next Sunday. WE GUARANTEE THIS FLOUR TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION .
:
.
U her lifred Wimberly spent Sunday with II. visitor here Tuesday.Claude OR YOUR MONEY BACK. OUR GOODS WILL
j ( several days at
; !spent Crosby' and G. W. Andrew TOO MUCH FOR CRICKETS:!
'S : week. C. Wimberly, Jr., at Island Grove. motored to Starke Tuesday.Mr. BE ALL NEW, FRESH STOCK. COME IN AND SEE US ON

r Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and D. E. Bell was a business visitor to and, Mrs. J. E. Adkins and children Arthur Wood, who lives east of SATURDAY-OUR FIRST DAY-ALL OUR PRICES WILL

t' + of Tarpon Springs, were Lawtey Saturday. with and Mrs. Mary Peddle and chil- Starke, just across the canal, is a BE REASONABLE.Irish .

a town several days last of. Glen week.St. relatives Brown in Bennett Jacksonville.spentSunday dren motored' Long Branch Sun- chicken fancier and han large flocksof Potatoes, 8 Ibs. for _____.________.___.__________ .2',
Eva Jones
Miss hens. The fowl house is built
',r was visiting her / Misses Ethel Ricks, Beth Wimberly day.William near Onions, per lb. __________._________________...________ .o>
Richardson, of Baker coun- the canal, set on high blocks. Duringthe
I 1 Saturday and Sunday. Ray Vaughn and Max Wimberlj. ty, was a visitor here Sunday recent flood the water rose and No. 2 Tomatoes, per can .___._____________________'" __ ,12

A + ,' R. J. Andrews, of Dukes, were visitors. returned G. C: Porter, and J. Cason motoredto undermined one of the blocks, causing; BRING US YOUR EGGS-WE WANT THEM.
Monday
Homer Williams
-
Incas visitor here Tuesday. Lake Butler Tuesday. the corner of the building to sag. But

,: '. 0" ). C. H. Hunter and W. H. ; from Jacksonville.a two weeks visit with relativesin 5 Mr. and Mrs W. M. Hodges and the trouble of fixing it up was not We will be located in the storehousenext

: j : were visitors to Lake children visited Mrs. Hodges' parentsMr. thought of, when Mr. Wood found

+ '. rti Monday. Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, wasa and Mrs. J. W. Johns, of Starke, that the water, in flooding a part of to Anderson's Garage. See
; ,. W. I. Roberts of business visitor here Friday. us
i ;. Saturday and Sunday. his land, had caused the death of
last week-end! with his family George Robinson and C. M. Click,, Mrs. Claudo Brown and little son, thousands of mole crickets. This was about salt. These
of Jacksonville, were transacting: bus your prices are
Otis Edwin, returned to their homeIn evident when, after the water had

"i. LAKE BUTLER iness here Saturday. I Dasher, Ga., Sunday after an ex- subsided, the debris lodging againstthe I for cash only. We will not keep books.

k ; tended visit here. wire fence on the south and west

", ". Lake Butler, Nov. 10.-Mrs. TIIERESSA Messrs. Howard and J. J. Thomas was full of the dead insects. f .....

.r'r, Eorum was taken to .
left Tuesday for Tampa; where they
I .Theressn Nov. 10.-Mrs. L. G. Sib- ,
Wednesday morning;' to a TEACHERS, ASSOCIATION
have employment.. LAST
", undergo an operation. She ley, of Putnam Hall, visited relativesand Howe &
Thomas Chastain, of Lake .Butler, SATURDAY Bryan
S"N companied by Dr. J. M. Mann, friends here Saturday. motored here Tuesday. -

I :;:, tending physician. MeasrB. James Humphrey and Wil- Everett Renfroe made a business The Bradford County Teachers Association -

.}l Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekfa liam Hall were transacting businessin trip to Starke .Saturday. was held here Saturday, and LAWTEY FLA.

a't, Mile, visited relatives in Lake Alachua Monday. thirty teachers yere present. At the -, -
Mrs. Belle demons and children returned -
Tuesday. WATERMILL noon hour the visitors were entertained
: : Miss Faircloth, of Bell, is to their home In Brooker Sun for dinner by'the Starke teachersand --- -
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h,; '' her cousin Miss Angelica day after visiting her father! R. M. other citizens. .- -
Watermill Nov. 10. Rev. Crosby
the past two weeks. -
9.1\..' hisses{ Russell Rivers and Humphrey Messrs. W. A. Jones, J. H. Allen, and family of Starke, were guests of The principal speaker was Prof. W.
t I ine Epperson, of Providence friends here Saturday night. A. Little, teacher in the school of pedagogy Cure Your Meats the
? :;": the week-end at home with C. A. Younjjblood; nnd J. P. Padgettwere i in the University of Florida.
AJva Thomas of Heilbronn Springs
,
,'N. visitors to Starke Monday. I
I\\: Lum Hewitt returned home spent the weekend: with homefolks Prof. Little yaa formerly principal of i
Arthur Moorer has returned home .
1 i'ky' day evening from a several the Jasper Normal and other teach.

=., In Alachua. after visiting relatives and friends here.Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge and son ers' training schools, and a number of Cold
Y the'past week in Jacksonville. Storage Way
Ke44 Rev. W. A. delivered !
f Doyle Eugene were visitors to Sampson on Starke citizens once had the pleasureand
M. W. Lee of Lakeside left Mondayfor ,
Sunday ,
teresting sermon benefit of being instructed by
:J.o Miami' where he will visit his son Sunday. .
and evening to an attentive } J. II. Brown and daughters, Rhoda him. .IIis subject was "The Spirit of
Watson.
(d J).. gation. ,Seven additions at C. A. Youngblood and Mrs. J. II. and Reba, W. R. Hodge and family, the Teacher" which was a new dis- .

;, ; at ning service. Allen attending to business in Mrs. Viola Thomas and children at. course and very much enjoyed by all. I II I
t far." Rev. S. S. Proctor and Hampton were tended church at Dedan Saturday af- It was decided by vote that the next
: donia Hardesty were Saturday. teachers association will be held in I

I: : ,Judge Strickland Oct. 31 at Charlie ,Owsley :was shopping in< ernoon.W. B. Malphurs. of Starke, attend- Starke, and the date will be the Fri ...

3 ,. r gar Hotel.Mendamea. Hampton saturday "d services at Dedan Saturday afternoon day after Thanksgiving day. Each ,
'\ S ,j jr I:,; P. M. Padgett/ teacher who attends will receive pay I
.
; loin Maines spent Saturday HAMPTON I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rosier, of as though the day had been spent in Our cold storage plant is open.and we I
'sonville.' -
t." Hampton, Nov. 10.-II. S. Roebuck, Voodlawn, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. teaching. will be handle fresh
of
"George Spires Midway, glad to meats :
i Warren, of Ziff, spent Saturday night your
y i of Lakeside, was transacting; : business I
town Tuesday.t WilY MANY PEOPLE! FAIL WITH
*" hero t.hls'week.. here with the latter's arentsII', I I
Mrs. T. D. Proctor has POULTRY
? y illness of Mrs. I. J. Priest who has been the and Mrs. 0: U. Thomas. I. i
from a severe I
folks -
Mr. Hunter, of Raiford, guest of her son, Herbert, of Green Quite a socit a'crowd;. at the of home young of: Mr. and enjoyed The 40'"egg hen does not pay. In iI I
u'I
for several weeks
,; ing after: business affairs I' Cove Springs to. her home here last Tues, returned Mrs.' D. J. O. Green Friday night. theRe days of advanced poultry' husbandry -J

,f day. / Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown' there's no reason why we I I
UI 4 Marcus Dekle and Math\ day. were shopping in Brooker Wednesday should have less than 120 egg hens. I
B/Weest
A Mile were business H. was a business visitor
; Five It costs only a few cents more per
afternoon.
} ;', .Saturday. I to Starke this week. year to keep her! than the 40 eggs hen. State
'S T. P. Tilden and wife of (.III Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was a I Why not consult Arthur \Vood, 'who i Florida Farm I
hero this. week.
business visitor
MILLER
b in town Saturday will cull birds at reasonable
; I7// ii+ were your a
business!! I, Mrs. S. M.\ Simmons, of Starke, was' price. Ha will also tell you if your j J. S. BUTCH '

Oan Mr: not:! Mrs. J. J. Colann I I the guest of her!! mother, Mrs.\ P. B. :Miller!\ Nov. 10C. M. Dukes madea I male birds are good breeders. Do you Superintendent ili ilii

1"t I ti7d, River, Attended church here' Hunt, last Monday and Tuesday. business trip to Lake Butler Monday know the male is more than half the I Raiford Fla.

t' ? Mrs. Schell'Carver: returned I Mr. Heiberger) of Brooklyn, has : flock( ? Culling will make your poultry i I

fit'' home in Jacksonville!! after a been a business visitor here. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Roberts of Lake, profitable. ,Too many are keep- n

rrttq'i'; ", town with 'relatives., Miss Daisy Moore, of Theress.i, Cutler, visited Mr. and Mrs Willie Ing hens at a loss. Make the birds --- --. ------ .. __no ____ __' -

Moss Hewitt was in town was a visitor here Sundny.: Verts( Sunday. keep you,. not you keep!: them. It t. -
v transacting business. Herbert] Priest, of Green Cove Miss Blanche Roberts of Lake But- ,

#' Willard Parker, of New Springs! was the guest of his mother, ler, visited Carrie Belle Brown Sunday -

tored to Lake Butler Sunday. : Mrs. Priest, Tuesday. The Au'hor'8 Peat GENERAL INSURANCE

t Ardull Drawdy, of Five F. l Hi'. Henry and family were business Hal Maines, of Lake Butler, waivisiting Philip>> CiirtlKH author of the novel,
here visitors to the state metropolisthis friends here Sunday. "Between! Two World," remarked
visitor Sunday.Mrs. HAROLD
: C.
A; WALL
that though lio, like nilrltprn! neci
Iva T. Sprinkle, of week. I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dukes were.
the week-end with her Misses Rosa and Myrtle Gleen, of visitors to Lake Butler last week. ,contact with people of all kinds then
spent 111 I jti"t class to which! bot
out escape STARKE FLORIDA
.. 'Mrs. W. C. Townsend. Lake Geneva were guests of their I Clarence Roberts, of Lake Butler, 'would urn n mile. "Tli greatest, peat
!sister Mrs. G. W. Martin last Mon visited friends in this community on
Russell Varnes of Five FiRE.
s day.'I in awriter's life Bald Mr. Curl las LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBT '. ::
$p, ed relatives in Lake Butler Sunday; "Is the man' u Ila. always says, 'If you
+ M. M. Hale, of Worthln Mr. and Mrs.\ L. J. Wynn were business N. II. Stokes made a business tripto Joulil) only write up( iv, tiling that once .

tK'sir transacting business In town vIsitors to Starke Monday. : the county site Monday '> happened" 'to lily! undo It would.. '101III11.
: day, Little D. L. Dugg, Jr., who has been I D,- L. Clyatt has returned from 'a he icr< ii'-Mt story you ever rwul.. -:--

the /guest of his grandparents, Mr. business trip to Winter Garden. lIe
Dnn't forget to bo really gpll+ Q< wUlJI1lGJtmJl(:", ,,,IC'i, -rrn iK.H
cal
f Unton county fair. Six days! I and llra.Y.. L. Bugg for several days, expects to move there snorr. Diplomacy in the 110.1.*

yr ,, beginning Nov, 30 to 18 returned to hs: homo at Plant City,, Mr ,and !Mrs. Asbury Reaves are Every DOW nud then \>lfnSasldiM'l argee COFFINS & CASKETSAnd '"

Everybody invited to attend. I Saturday. visiting the former's sister, Mrs. D. L.. ,lo fillY name uew! clothe for a Full I.in* of 188G

DeWitt C. Jones, of Mr.\ Levitt- of Wetaki, his recently Slvntt. nlm Ht. Imr; .If be Is 1\ pretty good UnJtrtakerl' SappltaAUTOMOIilLE it \

'' transacting business in I purtlnse:1 the farm, which belonged Wilbur Brown visited friends at talker lie CliO Wt out 01 It without a
,
Q Tuesday and while her to Dr: E, T. Cnmpbell. It is located Lake Butler Sunday evening. 'uaklnli: her uindtw't: .Worth Stajr, HEARSE!

:, fya"r t bottling works from J. II. about three-fourths of a mile north- Rubye Thomas, of Lake Butler, was Ttaj Oij.m Mechanism. Aloaf on flam' The brut. er- D A.V'13
enst of Hampton tho public hlghvniv. the of Pearl Brown. ; ...,. al the lo.eest uricra. Spa
ort week-end guest '
Stntke ,
G. W. Alderman, of <\ \."11'I'H' IJI 1 tic: J''t*r In the coo-
h' + He has: moved his family there. Mr. M\rs. T. H.-Rimes have oat' alltntiun to telegraph,! or-
ed to Lake Butler last we k. an< gone fruition til Hie. oigiiii l"n;>m to takt ,
Supt. O. L. Micelle matured >> Rita M"Giior, of Wuldo, attended the west coast on a fishing exped,! the place of the hydraulic U uncertain -trred Kinbalmrr.

h Worthington Wednesday. '' a. p'ftHI'h, was reti'l'ipdy the tio:!. although; liar Invention in the bellow De"I INSURA 'E
} Mr. and Mrs. Dock "' '.1' r" < f\9\ here Frduy.! Mr. and Mr\[ D. L. Clyatt were visitors mvthuiilxiit, ilntpw, [roll Un time of cue i C. JONESSTAUKE

i '., family, of Worthington, Rev. 1 I' Irrove will preach at the to Lake Butler Tuesday. ot the! later lioiunu-' emperor*-probabljJulian. ,- FLA ">

Lake Hotter Sunday nfternoivn.John CSlrldi. : .;: '. -siijr! ;;, ?:ii.., a:a,1 I T;. .... :,i.i; ; uu Ja trip. to Dukes I nlieu Hut It Uerinnny was oul.r had In taken lUe IeaLLcentury the I ''n" 'n'um'xr'rtxnf'f" t :;;..b11'MtIIMiRCATARRHAL ?

5 Mann, of Guilford r nro-ni M <'\ :A tug. "nturdny.Mrs. I STAR ;
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1 Mrs. D. Floyd J.v.. J.n'1, yra6'a btmines. avisitor S. V. Stokes has returned after ,
daughter, ot organ: } "lltlln::. that tile-> hallow I
It The members of the \ to Starkp.b1d''I'I; a .two weeks visit with' relatives .....h..f.." ....

tl e are asked bo be present at Mrs. V.'ealcy, of Waldo. was! a visit -' l\! 'St rke, _- DEAFNESS -. -

room Monday, Sov. 20th, for 'or here this.week. Marcus Dekle visited friends here"unduy To Stop a Cough Quick i* great)) relieved t>v rnn.tltutlnnnl trnatlnnt. STRAWBERRY PI.,\- !1'1'J'
officers. \Mrs. W, n Alexander: has as her !': evening. I HALLS CATAPHII MEDICINE 'I 100 tnuino ru. rte. el l'. .r
pose of electing take HAYES" HEALING IONEY, a'cough I Is a constitutional Superb EvirlHt1 Plants oe*
: ranirdy Catarrhal !
yy y th'" weak her. mother Mrs. M. :
4 o'clock. guest -- _. medicine which the cough by Dearnen t s caused bv tin Inflamed; condition llv.r.d to you ?r .a prep
.i !.. Mayn'in: ; of Abrhua. FINE BEEF leuling the Inflamed and atope Irritated tissues. of the '"....oU. Ilene: of tlie Eustachian plentlnv! time ,,"Iy'.....
Tube. When tt( ube !I. Inflamedyou Wrtte for a .. ", of out /oar
HIGHLAND .\ A. Durdi, was a business visitor i A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: have a rumbling; .111] or Imperfect eoloc folder ..*. .riLm nor
to Starke this week. SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds andoup hearing, and when U entirely cloied than SO venotiO. ). ul uianta.f.il .
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The finest home killed beef perhaps Is enclosed/ with bottle of the Inflammatlon WAI j
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3. C. Koine, who has been located every can be reduced, your he4rlnir! I .. AKK.uuse .
4' Highland, Nov.. 10.-Ml(I.... : I' er seen In Starke, was 'for'1I111e on HAYES' HEALING HONEY the salve maT be dontrovxl rnrever HALL'S -12..U-17.
on the edjro of town, has removed to. CATARRH -
ey4 should be rubbed on the chest and throatof MFDIotNTS nct through the
; L Sellers 'returned to her home \\ ' I 1. y his firm east of Starke. of owned by E. B.rims. children suffering from a Old or Croup. thus redu-lnir. thr Inilnminatlon. aye.tern and IIot. snip axe
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? Point Thursday, after a : Dt, MidlUton, of Starke, was a wall a cow Tli*tiMllnmffept" of Harm* Hmillni Honey laid n+Klitlnv Nature In reitoriiig normal con. LUATZ1 3ROMO : ._tee
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with Mrs. Raymond Bell. I, professional vhitohere this week. weight ,...*.....'. -.PeD.T.... Salve throub the pan ol Circular free All T>rurqrlet .....- oj.. .U snip 0... ........"
t r l Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and M! Mirdj. The fat was'evenlydiatribut-,I UI..kID'opea oaoth. F. J. Cb....,. C..., Toledo. Ohio. :.w CIte t& friar-nn..n ...
'ifred Wimberly were visitors H. B. Wifg-lnt, county superinten. >!through: the.m at. :No pains had Both remxlfa. are pecked la roe. carton sad Ch e -
i slat ol the corobtod trearroimt U eta r
sonville Wednesday. dent of schools, was"transacting bjsl- h''I'n taken to fatten the animal. Just ask your druggist fee HAYES Sub. rib..for the Teletf-aph.

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