Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02152
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Luis P. Cannon Whose Auto Killed ground Telephone Conduits Mrs. F. A. Scott, president of the Displays) Would Ha e!! ,j I There will be no service on,.the Sun'? .,i
Throe, Sentenced In Jacksonville local W. C. T. U./ has apointcd superintendents Done Credit to Older County "Pay day" pay day, come and get, day next before Advent. ,
your the tune of the National
H. A. Bishop, manager of the Starke for the coming year's pay The visit of Miss Weed to our par. 1 ;

Jacksonville, Nov. 21.-Louis p Telephone Co., haa been busy lately work as follows: Lake Butler, Nov 18.-Union coun- Guardsmen' bugle last week. Solon ih was an inspiration. She chows the .. :
wan it ince the tune sounded
Cannon, who was sentenced to eleven putting the cables for his new telephone Mothers meetings, Mrs. J. F. Kick- .y's second annual fair closes its mont was same enthusiastic! spirit as the Bishop t.
(it was difllcult for the bugler to
years at hard labor yesterday morning system underground. With the liter. ,- tuccessful season tonight. The enthusiasm She explained! what the campaigns
sound the
i by Judge James M. Peeler in tho exception of Ft. Myers, Starke is the Child Welfare, M. E. M. Johns. of the citizens from all l notes. However, members (>nnt. By means of charts she show ,
of the
criminal court of record on two counts first town in Florida to adopt this Christian Citlzea, ip and Law En- ,;arts of the county was spontaneous' guard understood the cause of I ed that the parishes at Stnrke, Waldo,

at manslaughter, is in the county jail system. Its cost and the difficulty of forcement, Mrs. T. *. Hedges. and genuine. So much so that the beet the their commotion and hastened to col- I and Melrose were far ahead of other

awaiting papers committing him to getting it done right has caused telephone : Social meetings, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. professional knockers who hud 1 been I pay. parishes. In these parishes there Is a
ittei state penitentiary at Raiford. lie I men to stick to the overhead Loyal Temperance Legion, Mrs. L. .sing their hammer diligently were Captain Peek paid off his entire | large percentage of. attendance. t
will be taken to Raiford in the next I system. C. Cashatt. mowed under and many of them discarded company, distributing $2,000.00 to his I Tho Nation Wide Campaign in a
few days I Mr. Bishop is a man experienced in Co-operation in Temperance and in their hummers and became men. The payment of this amountI product of the General Convention.
After denying: Cannon's motion fort laying cables. Among ether work of Missions, Mrs. L.'H. Eastman roosters themselves. I goes to show that the National Guard I i This is the governing body of the i

new trial in the first count on whichho importance this line, he laid a cable Red Letter Days, Mrs. John Uglow There Were over thirty concessions is a benefit to Starke and should! be church and meets once in three yean

was convicted last Tuesday, Judge connecting with the' Honolulu cable and Miss Carrie Uglow. And all were Patronized" liberally by I given a helping hand by all. I It is composed of two houses-the

Peeler sentenced him to ten years inprison. across the bay at San Francisco, Cal.! Sunday School Department, Mrs. J. joth young and old. house of Bishops and tho House of
/ On the second count to which also a cable across the St. Johns river F. Colley. I The agricultural displays were excellent RECORD BREAKING: RAILROAD .' Deputies. Tho latter Is composed of

Cannon pleaded guilty, Judge Peelor between Jacksonville and South Superintendent of Literature, 1\Irs.1 and would have) been a creditto TRAFFIC I both clergymen and laymen. Many ,
hided another year. The third countwas Jacksonville. Therefore he is able to II. M. Snyder. the'older and larger counties. Of of the founders of the Republic weN i

nolle pressed last Saturday.The do this work himself, which other- Scientific Temperance Instruction, he farm"displays, those of Reuben Volume of traffic on the country's Episcopalians. The> constitution of i
charges against Cannon were wire could not have 4Jeen thought of Miss Olive Ray. Glover and Frank Bennett were worthy railroads: again assumed record breaking the church and. the constitution of the

the results of his running down and on account of the prohibitive cost. Prize Essays in School, Mrs. A. M. of special,, mention. There were proportions with the end! of October nation were rocked in the same cradle, !
killing three people on the night: of The cables are laid in shallow Darby. displayed many fine specimens' of the American Railway Association being enacted in the same city In the ,

July 17 with his automobile on Enterprise trenches just inside of the curbing of Medal Contest, Mrs. C. A. Futch. 'I oats, hay, corn, peanuts, live stock, through its car service division, sumo year and by largely the same
Avenue near McDufT Avenue. the pavement. Before laying, each Publicity, Miss Amelia Ray. sugar, syqip/ and fancy canned fruits reported on Nov. 8th. The total num. men. We live under! a representative @,
The victims were Charles S. Austin, r wire Is tested, and this is "some" job, Agent for Union Signal and Young 'and vegeta lea. The state farm had her of cars loaded with revenue government. We are represented locally j

45, his 21-months .daughter.. Hazel as the smaller cables hold 102 and the Crusader, Mrs. J. W. White. a magnificent display' occupying near. freight by American roads ,in the at the legislature and the state>
and Mitchell Weeks 25. larger 204 wires each. Health and week ending October! 28 legislature Is represented at the National
Although Later on Medical Temperance, ly one fourth of one side' of the agricultural was ],014.;
Cannon pleaded that he was blindedby comes the splicing of the wires of the I Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. H. L bui\ling. 000 cars. In only one other week in congress. Likewise the church .

the glaring headlights of an ap cable sections, which will be a deli- Brownlee. ,The Dowling school hud! an excel. railroad history, during October, 192D( U a representative body. The par
proaching'automobile, the state prov- cate and tedious job. The wires are Flower' Mission, Mrs. T. N. Llm- lent community exhibit in tho agricultural has more freight been carried, and ish Is represented at the Diocesan
ed that he was drunk and was run. of copper, which offers less resistance baugh. .building and 'the Roberts the loading thin: year resulted after Convention and this body at the Na- f

Ding his car at a high rate of speed than steel. \Each separate wire is The president has literature, programs school entered a fine school-exhibit! in several succeiwlve weeks of heavy tional General Convention. Thus every ; a
and in a reckless manner. well Insulated, and the whole strand and helps of various kinds for the women's building. freight business. member is represented in the governing

He was convicted on the count of is securely enclosed in a sheath of the superintendents, and will gladly 'The ladies from all over the county The figures'also; showed thut 602- body of the church.
killing the baby. A few days later, stout lead. When finally laid the service confer and assist each-on.,with her did themselves proud with a largo 018 cars out of the total loaded in.the This is the time of tho Every Member

after asking for a new trial, Cannon will be much better than is pos department. Each superintendent ia variety pf fancy work of high qual- ,. week given carried general ihtTchan- Canvass. We are asked to rePort

went before the court and pleaded sible with overhead, wires, and the expected to have at least onp.paeeting ity, 'together: with fine bakery goods, dime, or material. not usually dandified l. tho number of pledges from thin

guilty to the second count. work of keeping up the line will be during the year. :v ,*, homo made canflies, etc. This building ax among the heavy, raw commodities pari h. One side of the curd Kent to
reduced to a minimum. .. ..".' was in charge of Mrs: Raiford which was by far the great- every family is for our regular offerings 4'

WOMAN'S CLUB OPENED RESTROOM "But if there should be trouble, how I c. OF c. HOLD ANNUA1aMEE'i' Johns; assisted by Mrs. James Pad:I est amount of such freight ever rooyejt (estimate $225)), and the red sldo .;
can you locate it?" Mr. Bishop is often lNG' 'i>, gett and,Mrs. Herbert Prieater. in one week. ia for the campaign ((21.05). What

asked. This is done by means of The fair association sent a portion I The association reported further I will 'you pledge for church support

The Woman's Club rest room wag .* galvanometer an instrument that The annual meeting of the Ruby of the exhibits to the state fair i in, that locomotive and car repirs were I and for mission for 1923: The cards

I t/cncd.to the public last Saturday, actually weiphs'the resistance the Davis Memorial Chapter, Children of charge of F. RL Rivers, and Union being turned ouCat a more rnpiil,) rate I should bo handed to \tbo treasurer '
[ and in the future will be opened daily. electric current, and which can give on most of the romjs. I this month. As reports foil church
the Confederacy, was held Saturday, county confidently expects to be in on ''
The public is invited to make use the distance from the initial point to .home the there attendance and church support have
the of prize
at the director, Mrs. J. money Ibe'c
f *f the rest room and its conveniences. where the trouble is situated.- Ihjs 'This '' so encouraging. in the !past 'e t
M. Alvarez. was formerly the Bradford EARLY IIKRRIES: '
(The purpose of the rest room is thepublic's easy enough if you know how. : bespeak" for them the snow m the fu-
fair but when Union
Miss Lucile Mitchell the capable county county '
I l comfort and it is the wish of I jtae .
young president, presided over the was created, with Lake Butler as the J. S. Grincr, of Indian, Lake "Knrnis' tore.'a

To Woman's visitors,Club prospective that it be home used.seek- { COTTON GINNING OVER meeting, being ably assisted by Sara county spat, it automatically became In the Melrose section, was In Starke I THANKSGIVING: : :-IEUmE '
| Hope Haynes.The the Union county fair It Is hoped 1 Monday. Mr Griner said that his siVV.
[,rn who come to Starke, this rest I IJr I | -
S. R. Johns finished ginning cotton annual reports of officers were the state press will correct this list of ton, J. S. Griner; Jr., has had ripe ,I i At tho lust meeting of the
will !Minister-
om appeal as bright of
a spot for the season )last week. No less than first heard The president reporteda fairs for next year and include the strawberries' for sons time l past, and''till Union of
j'own and does tho credit.JT5OC" |. Starke and vicinity: U y
344 bales were turned out, weighing goodly .gain in membership. Tho I Union county fair. "" that a dish or berries an a dessert/ on',' wan derided to held,) the regular
from 350 to 370 pounds each. A rep recording secretary reported again his table in common enough. The : mar-
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SCOTT HAS FINE PECAN j I on Thanksgiving/ d.iy as has beenthe
resentative of a Savannah cotton buyIng of nine members since I warm soil I ho Mil eider of that
CROP Nov. 21st, and AMONG 'IHK MKTIIODISTj : on: I custom. in formeryears.. When
firm was here and sampled the the present membership is 21. The j region tends! to earlinoss of fruits and we look lit the Bu/rorinjt/ In tho word
F A, Scott, local druggist and pen been cotton, and many bales have already treasurer reported 21 members in 'j 'Come to Sunday school next Sund.-Yy, truck of all kindsI'IIEBIIYTEIlY Europe: famine in Russia, ttyactorts .
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good standing, and a balance of s
$10BO had the
"-* grower, has just finished gathermg Since the was longer used I[morning at 10 o'clock.) Wo and the devastation in the Near East
power after all obligations were met. The last since TO MKKT: HERE: f the
l< an abundant of from largest attendance- Sunday >y cruel Turks, we of America
crop pecans for
life orchard. The running the gins, it was appliedto historian reported, nv number of papers ''the contest. The Junior choir will I should bo truly thankful. The r"
Wl o young* fino'size and the meat pocans Is heavy.are the shingle mill, and large quantities !- collected on Southern history I render two especially gnuil! elections.Wo Rev. J, '1', Hedges, pastor of the I will bo held! in tho 1'reHbyterlan- I 1 1BRADFORD

The crop is estimated at 16001ounds 'I o,:shingles are being turned out. I Upon motion the reports were accept ought to mobilize our automobiles'!' '11'resbyteriun: church, who recently returned church, Rev., Hedges ofllclatlng/ and w !

and presents a fine 'appear- : ed. I !service for church on Sunday '!. from St. AUJ\'ustinft\ where hu I Kuv. Dunhnni preaching./ Knprvsentatlvos L
ace spread out drying. LOCAL ATTORNEY i HAS THE Mrs. L. G. Powell, past president of I I ])0 you realize that no respectablecitizen I I I wax in attendance oC tho Presbyterian from the several church choir .

"Doc's" pecans are fast making ONLY COURT CASE u:. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., gave of this town, could or would, Synod, succeeded in having Starke will furnish the music. The hour will

I'm' famous. lIe advertises !In New the children a delightful talk, pralsI remain in it if tho churches and their I. made the meeting place ''of.tliu next bo 10:30.: All are welcome. '
fork, Illinois and Pennsylvania news- People over in Union county must I f1g their work and encouraging them influence were removed? Do you? Prewbytery, which will be hold" next I

pers and already his stock has been be on their good behavior, in view of to even greater effort. ,- The rule in; the army was ",\11 present I spring.(' 'I I f '
old for Thanksgiving and Christmas the fact that but one case came before The election of officers resulted arf or accounted for.1hope tho pastor ._

Delivery, the circuit court last week, Judge foUowS; can say that next Sunday when GRAHAM Bradford, No.23.lfI'lI.: C. M. Aa. t
Lorfg presiding. E. M. Johns, Starke'a President, Lucile Mitchell. the presiding elder comes. Brother .drcu wits culled to the bedside of her '

SAMPSON CITY young and able attorney, representedthe i 1st vice president, Elise Jones. Rooney will be here at the morning Graham, Nov. 21. -Messrs. Gciger grandson( Donald, the infant son of
defendant, a negro charged with 2nd vice president, Sara Hope hour a'nd will preach for us. If Barry and Ed: Reynolds were business! Mr. and 111'11.V.. M. Andrea, Tuesday

Sampson City, Nov. 21.-Mrs. L. assault with intcQt to kill. The ne Haynes. it In thought best he will hold tho, visitors to the'county seat Monday.( Who was seriously III. We are glad
(organ and little daughters, Hazel gro had shot his wife, the shell have I Recording and corresponding secretary fourth quarterly conference immedl.1 I Irving Dyal spent Tuesday In Wet to report he is improving.

d Bunnell, of Crocker, spent the ing blowed off her right arm. Hazel Middleton. ately after preaching. Tho end do. I Hurley Andreu and Luther/ Harrell ,
eek-end with her sister Mrs. Hogan The jury found the defendant guilty Treasurer, Harriet Ritch. year is here, fellow Christians. What Mrs' Wesley Dyal and baby, o f were guests! of Cay Edwards Saturday .
mith. of, aggravated assault and the Historian, Mary Canova. have you done? Let every member Tampa, are visiting relatives! and night. ,

Mrs. W. J. Roberson was a visitor court fined him $100 or three months. After adjournment punch was serve .join heart and hands and in prayer,] friends' here this week. I A thicken pilau and cant grinding w
Starke Thursday. The fine was paid and the session of ed. A place of meeting was not decided with the pastor and make a final Those attending tho fair at Galnaxville I wan enjoyed at the homo of Stephen ,

Mr. Morris, of Gainesville, spent court .adjourned. upon, but it will Ife announced .mighty/ effort to go "over tho top" Wednesday were .Messrs. Bob Vague/ Saturday night Those attending .
nday here with friends. I later. The chapter meets the first and when we look buck over the year's Surrency, Ed Yarborough, Violas' I wire an follows: Misses Geneva

LMessrs. Dogan Nabb and W. J. Rob- :MISS FREE WYNN'S nmTIIIJAYPARTY Saturday in every month. I work may we have that supreme feel I Reynolds, nay McKinney, Ellis Starling Ifarri'll, Mrs. Guinea, III r. and( !II rll.I i
son motored to Lake Butter Fri- Tho' director is faithfully assisted ing of happiness that comes from Misses Viola Starling, I'Mith;, I Otis Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Collin Mal-
*' by Mrs: O. L. Haynes, assistant direc-f work well done1. The pastor will ': Brown, Mrs. Mandy Surrency and/ (f phgrs, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaw, Coy

(Allen Johns and George Andreu, ..t Honoring Miss"' Free Wynn's sixteenth tor, and the children are being care- preach In the eVl."ninhtlvln/ as hilt I Rosa Jones I Hdwurdx: Mrs O. C. Scarborough,
arke, were visitors here last week. birthday anniversary, Mrs. F. fully taught the truth of Confederate subject' "Decision for Christ." !Mrs John Hy'le is visiting her and Hitter, Harley Andreu. All re. ra (

j Smith Vornes of Starke, spent Sun, A. Scott and Mrs. L. A. Wynn gave a history, and to honor and revere all mother, Sirs. Walker, of Huttings. I ported, It nice time .
y here with relatives. I delightful party Saturday evening at Confederate veterans for their faithful STRANGE PIPE ORGAN: HEARD Wiley Roberson of Sampson, was a C. M. Amlruu was visiting in the

I Misses Effie Edmondson and Mamie the home of Mrs. Scott. service and devotion In tho War ON MOUNTAIN: visitor hero Friday. Pine Hill section Sunday i

f'll' ipent Thursday at Gainesville ] The decorations were of pink antignon -i Between the States. Last, but of Messrs. Geiger Barry and Ed Reynolds Mrs. N. (I. Hayes was In Drunker 4

post of MrsT, J. Swearingen and: vine and white narcissus, and much importance, they are taught A grant "pipe organ," with a medley ', were business callers to )[alll- i Wednesday b'

ile there attended the' Alachua I the color motif of pink and white was how to properly conduct meetings.tso | of notes, is formed( by the long Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and _
hmty fair prettily carried out in the appointments that when they grow up they will befitted I barbed-wire fence that guards the Mr. and Mrs. E.': T. Stewart and baby, [Urn.\ G. D, CuNon passed thru

Hiram Jones attended church at of the supper table, which was for club work. I 1,000 foot bluff at the summit of I| son, Paul, of Brooker, were guests pf hero enrouto to Miller Sunday.
Atlanta, Ga. her brother, ,Thomas Mil's' Sunday
sham Sunday. centered by, a white pound cake on Stone Mountain, near l
esley McKinney was a visitor toke which burned sixteen pink candles. LOCAL MAN HEARS ':.The hollow iron posts supporting the I afternoon. I WATEHMILL r

Cutler one day last week. 5Vfter music and games and ajray' FROM: PITTS URGf VOICES I' wires of the fence have in tnVm slits i Edgar and Oliver Sparks, of Moun- -

pirs. W. /.. Waits, of Gainesville, social hour, ice cream and cake overs ,of about half ah inch on the side facing teocha, were here Sunday Watermill, Nov. 2J.-!Mrs. Rachel
I'ted' !Mrs. Josie} Hall Thursday. served by Misses Free Wynn, Elise E. H. Smith, local garage owner, ; : the bluff. These form a series of I Charley McKinney and family, T ru 1'revatt and' granddaughter, Rosetta
Irs. Jack Wynn and Mrs. J. N. Jones and Mary Lee Wynn. has taken to radio activity and has" whistles when struck by the wind. hlcp Iyal and wife, of Long Branch Younifblood, of Graham; spent the

man visited Mrs. John McKinney The fortunate guests ,were Misses Installed a first class outfit in his And as the slits are at varying distances l spent the week-end with relatives. I i week-end here guests of Mrs. Viol Y

|Graham Sunday. v Eleanor Hedges, Mildred Gill, Fannie home. Mr. Smith "listens Jn",every from the ground and every Miss' Ruby Dyal spent the week-end I Thomas. ,

mong those attending the fair at Darby, Beatrice Bullen, Blanche Alderman night and only recently heard clearlya I shift of wind includes a new group of with Miss Estelle Wasdin of WaMo !,.I O. W. Thomas!' was a business visi

nesville from here last week were Eunice Perkins, Isabel Fernandez concert and! lecture given at Pitta. posts, A! weird, ever-changing sound Messrs. Math Wasdin and Will ', tor to Jacksonville Thursday and Kri a t
E. Snell. burgh Pa. 1800 miles is produced. The fence was ordered Jones were called to the county seat [ .
P. II. Smith and daughters, Ed- Rosa Leviton, Thelma ,' away. II day.J.
pe and Juanila, Mr. and Mrs. Hog- grove, Miriam Ortagus, Doris Soott, Mr. Smith made his radio outfit him built after several persons had fallen 'Saturday. I j I Goodire and son, Eugene, were
[Smith, Dogan Nabb, W. J. Rober- Elizabeth: Brownlee, Messrs.. Charley self, having purchased only bulbs and to the rocks, nearly 1,000 feet be- Frank Reynolds and wile are the visitors to Sampson .Sunday.A .
and L. L. Johns. Johns, Ras Brinson, Orie Wiggins, battery to operate the contrivance. l low.On proud parents. of a baby. boy. 4WVHHMM large crowd of youn&*people attended 'p
Besides the side of the bluff, Gutzon *W BIB M MV the candy pulling at J. H. ';
i Frank Carpenter, Hamilton Ritch, being an auto genius, Mr.
mong those attending the stateIn Julian Canova, Tom Morris, Thomas Smith now is In the ranks as Starke' Borglum( the American sculptor, is Prof. O. C. Looney,' who has been Brown's Saturday night. ,
radio engaged in cutting the mammoth visiting his daughter, Mm. Sarah L. A. H. Warren and wife, of ZifT,
Jacksonville this' week'were.; Limbaugh, Hugh Brownlee, Jr., Gerald expert. now
% memorial to the Southern Confederacy Ham'ick, left Saturday i for Pannm were visitors here Friday. u:
and Mrs. E. M. Johns; 3.,, M. Trn- Middleton, Charles Darby, ..lameaWl11faaf'
hall whore he will spend two weeks Mrs. F. L. Turner and children of
| J. i Truby Miss Mabel 'Weller. Brownies, John Powell, Alvin > Miss Annie Sullivan warm Galneavill the plans for which havebeen .i
: before going back to Atlanta. Prof. Alachua, spent .the week-end hero
> and Mr*. F. L. Turner: Mr.V J H. Beck. lad week attending Alachua 'described In different magazines.
Looney taught in Starke years with homefolks.
h, Hamilton Ritch, Carlye Ritch, county fair, and while In the city was
A. and has old friends here wlio Mrs. J. Stoke. and baby .
Miss were
Mr Scott: and daughter. many nura.bered
us F. Brown, Hazel Middleton Joe Wainwrlght U spending the the guest of her'couslnll, Mr. and Mrs l f
Florence Andrews. R week In Tampa. I. F. Bush. Doris, spent Monday in Jacksonville. were delighted to see him again. on the sick: Hit last week. -. 4

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ON 11IESE ARTICLES Uutintf Flan-:'B n '
; i Apron Gins!:har., | 1
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I Dress Hair Pn Buttons---------' r V 2 4 I 9 2 2 I I I Toilet Sale Paper Price,.10(.<_-. ". ,

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BAKGA1NS e 9 I Men's Nainsook :..
d j'. Good Grade-
!. ,\, lOc rise Octagon Soap 4c ._I Sale Price "- oj .' i
One bar to customer --

?, r. ; 10,11(11) ya9 FDe .. lOc We have just returned from the Eastern markets where we purchased a very! lies sale;a Union I'riee _Surtr_._ 6j,'
a ..,. 1 t, r :: ::=:. zz: large stock of High Grade Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Etc.i hen's$7,00! Silk Value Shirts.r -- "

'' : PL'obletrale.Cartuyara,eaebed 1 __-. 1 1ocd Not anticipating the extreme warm weather and backward business, we findl Sale Price -__. S3, cib

," .. Sweet Scotch Snug 3e ourselves loaded to the tip, and as our time is limited we have decided to take' Ladies Sale 50c Value Price Boudoir_ __Cap__ >- 1 lUi.f) i

i.i r Per Box ---- ---,- our loss now; to unload regardless of cost our entire stock of merchandise. Ladies' and Men's lie' i

i 1 Men value.Fine.'Sale f'.elta..Sc Price 3 ge Many articles I throughout the store not advertised will be on sale.I I In addition Sale Slippers Price 301 no- I!

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:!olen'. Heavy Overalls 98c the I stock whil! New York another entire stock : Men's Scufflers I
t f.OOaJue: pr --- to large bought m we purchased ,: $2.50 Value_ ____ $1.50C

: spoor Cotton Thread 4c of General Merchandise, including some Groceries. This stack<< will be on sale. Sale Price

.. I,,36 inch Sussette, All <."m
i 50c Value
Men's Hats, $2.00 QO i i Sale Price ___-- 25 C
V 30 C .
Sale Price -- ----- \ Pairs often Women's and Children's and 'eOur are showing the Newest Ladies' Ready-to-Wear.
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y f 40 inch Crepe de Chine--
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prices are the market value. The
lien's JJ\J' Low Cut Shoes at Slaughter Prices.
k Rain Coats at Lab \ f\ j I $2.50 Value 01i
I Than Cost CC 98 Up Sale) Prices, per Pair, as I low as____ ,_______________ O vIC line consists of all tfaeWorsted Materials such as Para Twill ;I i Sale Price ---- V 11.6 9
Sale Price __ ? Tricotine, Canton Crepes, Trico Sham, Serges, etc.
.. Suits as low as f. -C4.95 Colors .
-------------- -------------- 36 inch China Silk, All
i' Ladies"Fine Long Yards of Fine Laces and Embroideries. Sold -$1.00 Value
Winter Coat ._ $7.95 10,000 up to 50 cents per Yard. Beautiful Dresses-Look This Line Over Sale Price ---:- 49c

During This Sale per Yard 2c Sale Price $9.95
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i t : Men Shirts $1.50 54 inch All Wool Cream 1
'. Value ________ 88c Serge, $3 Value 1s 00
(', One Lot of Ladies Suits, sold op to Beautiful line of all the new Fads in New Slip-on Sweaters and Scarf. Young Men's Suits-Fine Twedes and Sale Price ____ $1
r Your choice of ay suit Silk and-Crepe. Ladies' Shirt Waists Beatmfnit Styles O to nn
Shoes, pair 'Up 35 QO "P up C9Q
per $ Gre at1Red
,niY"" : 1 Sale Price .. 50c VOUiUU in the lot *Q QQ and Blouses $O QQ cp Sale Price ---.-_ for This O03.UU 36 inch Wool-Good for
') -' Sale Price ----------- $O.OO Sale Price --------- fc.UU Sale $25 QC UP Skirts. $1.50 Value' CQ<%
;t ,. Sale Price I 3U
-------- Sale PriceLadies'
,r Bo ya' Tennis Shoe fl Best Grade of Feather Tick -----
i Sale Price ._____ 1 e Young ),(en'. Pants. The Newest Beautiful Line of Ladies' Silk Under- A. C. A. Sale Price yd __ 29',
\ Styles la English Cut S3 95 Bloomers. Petticoats. Siip-on Young Men' Nobby Felt Hats. Regular Black Shirt Wai.ts-
ArbncUes Sale Price upwear at greatly reduced up 1Men' $7.50 Hats $1.00 Value .
t Fresh Ground -- -------- 98 up 49c
Coffee. as long sTasti. it 1 O Prices Sale Puce -- $2 s Four-in-Hand Ties 69c Sale Price ________ S3 s 95 Sale Price ..---
Package C $1.00 Value. Sale Price ..
MEN'S' SWEATERS Ladies Silk Gloves, All Col
Value Fine Gof Bleached Domestic FINE' ALL LINEN" TABLECLOTH $2.00 Value
One Packs re to a Customer!;,$1' .00 Sale price __ 69c 36 in. wide SOe Value 20c Four- :-Hand Ties, $L50 Value 98c VaJQe Sale Price _____ 4ge
b lOe Argo Gloss Starch RA I! Sale Price, yd __________ Sale Price --------- $3.00 Sale, Price ____ $1.98 _
Package ...____ _
All Wool Men's Sweaters Table Oil Cloth-
:. Boys' Underwear ,Sale Price._ ----- $4.95 36 in. Percale, light and dark. S5c BRASSIERES AND MISSES' CORSETS 60c Value 25c
1 0 C Value Val_ Sale Price -----
Garment ___ I 15C 51 50 69C $2.00LADIES' value
bF Sale Price yd ------ Sale Price ._. Sale' Price 98c
MEN'S HOSE r Boys' Shirts $1.00
!f n'. Fine Shoes. Black and Cotton Hose Oct! Value .' 6ge
1 MEN'S" PAJAMAS -------
", Brewa $500 to $2 98 Sale Price MEN'S AND' YOUNG MEN'S SUITS MEV HEAVY ALL WOOL
--------- ARMY
$70hal ae -- -- 5i1k Hose $2.50 Val Sale-Price -- $1 -69 $35.00 tostr saira $25.00 PANTS 4-4 Bleaching 20c

fi. -r I$1.00 Sale Price .- 69 c 1 txe $5.00 Value $2.98 Sale Price ----.
Women's Hosiery w 9 C' Sale Price ____ +
t 1 25e Value ------- MKVS ALL WOOL SHIRTS
i' $1.50sakHSale 98c LADIES' CAPES .. Bleached Center Piece
} r i Men's Heavy Bit.. Chambray I --- $5.00 Sale*price ..:__ $2.98 Silk Lined with and without friD e.ALL LEATHER AT TRAVELING BAGS Sale Price _____ 1 5 c
Work Shirts $LOOIQ- $15 1 00 \aJ $7.95 -
Value Eadr H3U )lea'. Supporters Sale Price -- -- Kimona Crepes y L
Sal Price ____________ 19c 10-4 MAISOLES QUILTS LADIES' APRONS Sale Price ____ 19c'

n '< Men's Heavy Carhart Over $5.00 Value $3.69 Value'
Sale 1'nee YOUNG MEN'S? HATS 50c 25c
alls. None Sale Pric! Cretonnes,
SI { s ter" $%.50 ...Bet$1 69 MEN'S' FINE DRESS SHOES Velours Felts, in Colon the new Shape and ---- Sale Price yd- ----- 1 Q 30>

8.00 YaJ Sale' Prke $4.95 BOYS' HEAVY STOCKLNCS' 57 00 Val_ t in. LiIHn: Table Damask -
n Yens Work Pants 98c 25c Value. 1 i0e Sale Price --- $3 s 95 72 Sale PriceLADIES' _n____ O9C Kimona Crepe-
-d Per Pair ______ Sale Price ---- 50c Value 25c
Medium Weight Ribbed Shirts and Sale Price ..--.
Value OUTING GOWNS in. Table Damask Wonderful
Braid for All 69 54
Trimming. ColT.
y C Value Value
on. worth np t .25e: Q Sak Price -----.------ LADIES's 00 Sale Price ---51.49 Sale: Price 59c John B. Stetson Hata-
yard. Sale Price OC $1.50 98' ------------- $8.00 Value A OK
., -- Men's Union Suits. pnng.e' "' Sale Price ---- Sale.I Price ____ $H.BJ
: )feo'. Caps $1.50 Up Wore 36 in. Fine Serge Heavy Fleece Lined Men's Shirts and
it Value __ ______O9C !Sale Price ------------ $1 .98 Corsetters 98c Sale Price --- $1.29 Drawer CQ IAdit'.' and Misses' Shoes
Sale Price Sale Price D3C '$ '
a .! ------------- .50 Value ,(4.95
", Lades' Hats Newest Fads Value in. Fine Tweed Sale Price ----
Middy Blouses 2.00 Serge
z ', Regular $3.00 $5.00 Sale Price ---------- 98c SALE STARTS FRIDAY NOV :21. 54 Sale Price ___ $1.98 SALE STARTS FRIDAY, NOV. 2J M' I
Hats h_____ Ladies bilk:: Hose-Pointer
I Heels5.00 I Val- O 93
,r 1 Fine ..-. Blanket S4 95 Wc are determined unload our stock. We need rrtpney to meet heavy obligations. Our time is l limited and to accomplish 0 _"'. Sale. Price .. $ ,,I

t:k' ; : $7.50 Value .. our aim of turning,merchandise into cash we cut the price so low in a great many instances less than one-half the cost. We Ladies' Silk and Wool-Sport

Men's Overcoats cant replace* this merchandise at prices we are offering! it to you. Don't forget the place-Griffin Johns old stand. Sale Hoae Qfir

y $35.00 Value_ $19.O04opens 4 promptly Friday morning, Nov. 24th, rain or china Sale Price ..... "uLadies'

t_ : Men's Fine Dress Shirts--
Cotton Hose. Regular

Sale 2:Price>Value QM C Sale Regular Price$1.00. __Value... 69ci

i ,-(,1i "4. Boys'Value Pants, ;LOU.. ". 49c F A. CRO i : VDER' Linen Good Huck Quality Finish Towels If UCMen's ) -

t --- Sale I Price ____

.j. Large Size Turkish Towels. :
f !i Riding Pants -
I Best PriceMen's grade .:.. 25e $.'100 Value $2 49
:. e'S" Store and .New Merchandise SaT Price ---

Black Sateen Shirts- -
s : I $2.00 Valoe Linen Colla n.v -

I sb ,_. Sale Price .-- 98C f : ___ 1 **CCoILn
Mea'a Balhriggan ;;
-1 Soft
: Best Quality Dra3-9us.* _
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Sale Price \ 15c
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New of Florida in Short Paragruphs : i 1 ji.
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Disguise! ? Done May Salivate: Shock Liver
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I W The other day the Telegraph's bug/, II

Live State NewsTold reporter met up with a strawberry I You know what calomel Is. It sl --

___....._-.... LI ......-. ..... ,. grower living within Starke's boun- mercury; quicksilver. Calomel la dan:
tdaries, who has grown berries for gerous. It crashes Into sour bile like i
by Our Exchanges.pifflpiifflfl t !P h d
many years was reared on a Brad- I dynamite cramping and sickeningyou.

.. "mnumu.u.; ____u-. .. ''nn"nrDLWmnm"'m"._._._.........._.................._.._......"_.".._.m"n.nm.._.- ""_'__M ford county farm and is gifted with Calomel attacks the bones and .
) '" keen powers of observation. After should never be put into your sys
him about the tem. TilE UNIVERSAL CAR '
asking some questions 4
Line has inaugurated a tracks with new arrivals every day
The Clyde t damage,the crickets were doing tho If you feel bilious, headachy, con
to Miami service. this week. Farmers are hauling it out A
irkaonville gentleman alluded to gave in sub- stipated and all knocked out, just qto
as rapidly as it arrives with the result .
in that stance the following conclusions, to your druggist and get a bottle of Prices "
has sold strawberries many trucks can be seen leaving
Plant City which he had arrived through close Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents .
at fancy prices. The sea- town loaded to the limit with ferti I
w York I observation and which we give for which is a harmless vegetable substitute Ii I
berries is beginning early. lizer. Some few farmers report all F. O. B. DETROIT
for for .
dangerous Take
what it is worth
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their fertilizer is now under shed -i II
I "I don't think it is the mole cricket spoonful and if It doesn't straightenyou ( ,
of improving conditions ready to distribute when the time ar Chassis
Reflection Is shown in the rives. that eats the berry plants. The culprit up better and quicker than nastyI Regular $235 ,
j citrus marketing is a cricket somewhat resembling I i calomel; if it doesn't start your liver
of shipments made from this I Runabout $269 I
orals the past week when aproximately Axel 1 Johnson of Miami, was shot the black cricket, but gray of col- i j i without making you sick, you just go Reg.

ate during 1,000 cars were sent for- to death in his home by his wife whoI J or and know as the cotton cricket. It (I''i back end! get your money.Don't Touring Car Reg. $298 .
I take calomel 1 It
north and middle west I declared she killed him in scif-de- also lives in the ground. It runs a makes you ,
arj to the j.| fence After the shooting Mrs. John- :i tunnel from a plant the head of tho sick the next day; it loses you a day's Truck Chassis ,,1
centers. I $380
rketing son crawled to the home of a neighbor j tunnel being surrounded by a littleI work. Uodson's! Liver Tone straightens \ I I

f from-the state at large rel- I who culled the sheriff. In her I mound formed by the earth oxcavutI -'! you right/ up and you furl /groat. I! Coupe $530 i iH. Ii
Returns amend- cell tonight Mrs. Johnson said her I !. The passage is about live inches No salts necessary Give it to thu I II
Ijve to the reapportionment lung sloping downward. The insect I children because it Is !>erectlharm! I.
; to show that this amendnt I husband came home and knocked her I 'I Sedan $595
ent goes lens" and cannot IIl\livnt-\ih'-6i! I
defeated by a substantial down. She arose, she said, and pick- then bites out the bud from a berry I
was held ed a revolver from table and 'plant and drags it to tho end of the I! BAPTIST ,'
.npority at the general election up a : tunnel. I II CHURCH BULLETIN I These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in
fired. The bullet struck Johnson in ,
pi the 7th that of this November.amendment Returns lost innate by- the mouth and passed on through the I "The mole cricket does not eat I'I'I |' The regular services of the church I I the history of the Ford. Motor Company

round 8,000 votes.!!! head. He died within the hour. I plants to my belief. It tunnels the will be held on Sunday. All departments Orders are coming; in fast, so place yours V 1
ground in search of and
worms bugs.
of the church's
uctivites were promptly to insure
ij. W Leggette 2i, of Cairo, Ga., Jumping from a' small boat while !!'In tunneling H bites olf the roots they of never more alive than at present! and early delivery.j. .

ns shot and killed on Lake lumonia being taken from Shell Island near grasses and plants that come in thu results are justifying\ the effort W. ANDREWS JR.

Leon county) and Captain Powell Astor, Albert DeLaughter, a negro way of its progress. Biting: off roots I| that is being made to make the work .,

section! foreman on the convict made good his escape according and''' scratching among them in questof and] worship of the church a pleasureas t
Havana, a -:... .. .....,L. ...-..
..eorgia Florida & Alabama railway to advices received by the city worms and bugs lets the air in, well as a profit. Lust Thursday _-._ ......-.h..,-_-.._ __I ___'_'
and county authorities De- dries up the roots and the plant dies. ---
fad Spencer Barber night policeman yesterday. ; evening the attendance at he church ,
J Cairo are held in jail in connection Laughter escaped last Tuesday lie See that patch of grass outside the prayer meeting reached. fiftyeight.And .
|ith the killing. was recently convicted in the criminal fence that they have destroyed 7 You such a fine spirit!

court of record on charges of as- I see the same everywhere. Do you be. On Sunday the Bible school will HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS t>. A. MORRISON Jr.
[ sault to murder. He was sentencedto lieve that if i it were the mole crickets gather at 9:45 The Pmidonl Vlc.Pre.IJ.nl .. (
Richard Land residing near Pace a. m. airship con- 3 A !>.... 1
fcates that he' has grown 4,000 Sat- six months and delivered to the I that eat the strawberry plants that test is maintaining its interest for Best Fertilizers Insecticides '
n single plant would be left in Sprayers Poultry l
mae on three trees at his home. He county prison farm. Later he was I many old and young.
tea that he has sold 2,800 from the sent to Shell Island with a number of I patches? No, sir. Divine worship at 11:00: when the Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

ees while 600 have been consumed other prisoners to work. "Do they eat the cutworms ? Yes, pastor will present a sermon suitable Prompt Shipment i I r rAils
they do. The cutworms not
are as
to the
his family. As there are oranges season, the sub-
kill? on the trees he figures that the The first license ever granted for bad this year as formerly. Ever hear ject being "A Good Thing." your n..illhbor..H.. know

field will be approximately 4000. the sale of smoked shark meat in ahyone else say that they eat worms B. Y. P. U. at 0:30, and evening Get N.w Fell price list Before. Buying

he yield would be worth about $400. Jacksonville was issued by the city and bugs? Heard it all my life. worship at 7:30. Because the approach E, 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fl..
health officer to a fisherman living in Here in town, for instance was an ex of Thanksgiving Day the .

i An instrument purporting to be the Fernandina who called at the city I ample. Charles Orutchfield beforehe thoughts of the nation will be turned

fill of J. H. Smith, who died under health offices with a quantity of his *reformed used to be an ardent towards its internal affairs; and this t t'V

Either peculiar circumstances in Palm wares and offered the health-officer a : fisherman. lIe made a worm bed in makes: it an opportune time to speak

each on July 31, leaving an estate small portion of the meat. The officer I his yard where he could gather all of some things prevailing within the

f approximately 26,000 with no stated the meat tasted fine, something the angleworms he wanted in a few Republic that should receive the care i

own heirs, was filed in the office ofjha on the order of smoked herring. I I minutes. Once he came there and ful attention of all !good citizens. For I fy| = | = | =s f s = I
( county judge. The alleged will The license was issued but the vendor :i found nearly all his worms gone but this reason Dr. Bullen will speak on i

|eves practically the entire estate to was warned that the meat must be I{'I found a good many fat mole crickets The,Astounding Report of the American 4
properly labeled he would into !I that had eaten them. "Bar Association. This I.
r. C. Wade Page, of Palatka. get is a matter I
trouble. j "I believe that a good way to de- In which all lawyers are interested LV14.

1 Fairvillo that progressive little Orange J stroy many of both kinds of crickets so a special invitation is extended :_

county community, has a record Charlie Lan died at the Lake Shore i would be to plow and harrow the land to the membersof the ]legal profession ._
rove that was purchased four years hospital at Luke City Wednesday af- not in use and strew poison bait over in Starke and! vicinity to be --

tro for $3,000, and the first crop ternoon at 6 o'clock as the result of it. The crickets in the ground would I ent at this service.A Ares-

'. m that rove netted him $3,000 injuries received in an auto wreck a cut it and perish. The poison mu.lo very competent\ committee of five
few hours precious. He ?': of shorts or meal, syrup and 1'aria eminent jurists, und
( full purchase price of the grove was nceom- : lawyers was appointed Cure Your Meats the
season, fwd he has been Belling panted by tyed Roberta who met with green is greedily Giiten and kills the to investigate law enforcement \ 1

icudy volume of fruit from the the misfortune of a broken arm. Reports -- pest. Hogs turned on ;vacant land also and crime in this country, and

r inchoar since. indicate the cur, driven at u eat tho crickets." I the starlJNlg,! M.I In re nf their i-"'purtcompels
high rate of speed, ]left the highway'/ ': it it is true that the'molo cricket is attention from i", ry rltiKon,: Cold

'n person indicted for usln; near McColskey's: still Th-- roadster insectivorous must Imve cumu here i j Who has the intcuxjU, : of the nation I Storage Way ,

'c null!, fraudulently In connection turned! a complete somersault, pin- because bugs and worms weru super.> I at ht.! rt. [Jr 'lg- your friends with

'h chi '< ':tens eo development) by ning Mr. Lamb under the steering abundant and was really a blessing i' you to the( M 'i\in es. All n'I'Il"m, '! \
< alparaiao Development compAny! wheel He sustained injuries which in djsuume, as the prey would have .5 __

t ,>tl\\.aralao. in the southern pit of resulted in his death a few hours la done mule damage, than the devourer., PERFECT: HEALTH i jTute' >
ter. The cotton cricket eats the poison f>tlt. ? tho In p.rf.rt
19'l8 !! as i'' o ay-tom
I I ia county, back in are I ordur ftahitimo. *5.. bowul l ..11 pr'xf... I II I
readily us tlju mule cricket and poisoning
d co appear when tho case isfill .1 I A VIGOROUS BQOV Ii
I d for trial in the United! Statesic Tho Lake Garfield Nurseries Company seems to bo the only way to A ovarolui icmi'rfy for tick 1..I.Ia. i I II
court at Pensucola.tfo'ntverde .' in anticipation/ of action: by the keep the pest down. This is somewhat run.epnliun. i I }
Polk County expensive but must be kept ,
Fruit dowers' Prot ----
School is in receipt of aOJ tive Association at the meeting held until a better way Is discovered. Tuil's: Pili's Our cold storage plant is open and wrI
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< i button toward tho support of in Bartow' Wednesday, has Installed''I| .i

ie Lake county institution fiym Jlaicjn dipping vats in which all ladders, I TEACHERS' INSTITUTEOur JOllN WHITE co. ,, I I will be glad to handle, your fresh meats ; ITu

via lions picking boxes, clippers and oilier do- r iIPl.tabllallPti .. U
Straits Settlements LOUISVILLE KV. .. ,. .
months : vices tools used In teachers are requested to convene t. '., .
ong, which was nearly two s or the harvestingof j ltli$01: j I
I citrus fruits in aan institute1 at tho school -. -- )k'jl,
n reaching this school. i It Is a con- are sterilized before t Lib.... ...ootm..nl.n' '" .IA U
ributlon from V. Chase Curritr ofJie being moved from one grove to another. building in Stnrke Friday Due. 1. the I i Full Y.Iw Pad lor b' IIl'! i I aI

Malacca Electric Lighting Comfnny. Besides, fumigating plants have same being Friday after Thanksglving. / Raw:I 'J. t' I

A similar contribution came been set up in which all clothing, etc., I I
\a months ago from a man in Can- worn by pickers and others engagedin If you are present during the day ----- --- -- ---- .

h. the harvesting are fumigated he- ,' you will be paid ns though you had | : II I
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fore changing from one grove to un- taught that day. If present half the | : S Florida State Farm
John Ronske, a Jacksonville man, other. time you will be paid for half the I| i SevvsrcIndsgesficn, r I II
iith the Diebold Safe and Lock Co., day. Upon no condition will you bo F d I ;

{bile superintending the installation Deputy Game Warden John W. Kcl- paid if not here. J. S. nUTCll, SuperintendentRaiforcl 8I '

safety deposit and money vaults lum, of Duval county, who swore out, The following subject should be of /
the Farmers & Merchants Bunk a Warrant for the arrest of Deputy special interest to most of our young III I Fla. i

Plant City, was pinned to the floor Sheriff E. V. Garcia charging him I and inexperienced teacher's, who havenot .
>.1 1 seriously crushed when a section with shooting a squirrel several weeks yet learned. how,, to question the I "I had: very severe attacks of ; I ---- .

.eel'safe deposit boxes weighing! ago has resigned.l. it has been reported. class: r Indigestion," write Mr. M. II. $\ I .
Wade farmer ol I U. P. D.I
Program 10 a. m. to 1 m.
fell p.
said 3,700 pounds acrosss Kellum now undr; a county Wer, Miss "f would suffer "
body. charge of violating, the liquor laws Art of Questioning as Applied to fur montlisiit a time Alii I dared
!mailed a letter of resignation to War English-S. S. Dowling.Art cat: was a little bread and

|An apparently middle-aged man, den Lamb last Saturday it wail said. of Questioning in History-\V.O. t ed butter.from.weakness.. consequently I would I suffer try GENERAL INSURANCE

hose body was found alongside the When Kellum swore out the warrant Duval. to eat then the terrible suffer \
jtlantlc] Coast Line railroad! tracks for Garcia, he was arrested a few I Some Suggestions' in Teaching ( ing In my stomach I I took j t I HAROLD C. WALL

milt' seven miles from Lake Clty'e.1 hours afterwards and the cases were Fifth Grade Reading-Isabel Bullen medicines The but did not Ret any 7J ...
better. druggiot!: \.recom- ti
nins I unidentified. The man's heads continued until December 1st when Mrs. T. C. Hazen. mended | j STARKE, FLORIDA :

snyered from his body evidently they will be aired. The reason for Some Important Phases in Teach- /
|iving been cut off by a passing train Kcllum's resignation could not be as- ing Geography. J. Thomas T. 'B. Thcdford's3LKORAUT' fl fl FiRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE .

lout $10 was found on his persont certained, but it wan understood that Plnhol ter, f
there were no papers by wb>h he had a quarrel with ''e game war- We expect to have some one from

identity could be established lie den following the con ,,>ante\ of Gar- the University here with ns that day. I { '
U. B. WIGdlNS r
fa fairly well dressed. I da' case. Stop u Cough Quick t
I Superintendent. BTRAWUEKHT PLANTS :
and I decided to try It. for, as I takes HAYES' HEALING UONEYA a roe K nulnif. Proiir....lve of '\, 'r
Vm. T. Gould Jr., Carl Biglcy, As the result of a mysterious am- 131. I had tried others for two I cough medicine which stops the cough by Superb Kvcrtoarlnii: flanu. .... i
I From tha-sorry appearance of the beating the Inflamed and Irritated tUaue llvvrvU U> your iliiwr ( proper '
rife Cox and Wilker Bryant buscade on the ]Mill Creek road nine or more years without any Improvement pluntlnv line for only 7M.
minent draft stock of some of our truck farmers in my health. I soon A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TKATE >V'11. tar a "ol>r of our lou ;
Arcadia chug miles south of 1
young St. Augustine Henry it seems that they neglect raisIng found the Black-Drauzht: was SALVE for Cheat Colds Head Colds and ... ..r folds dr.rlb.on,, .more t
[ with arson in connection with the Henderson loon III "'. of pUale.O. t
colored was shot to death and oats. acting on my liver and easing Croup Is enclosed/ with every bottle ofHA'iES' :: i. *
ing of the Gould home recently, and W lIe Baker also colored is suf- corn (Perhaps If they the terrible pain. HEALING HONEY. TIle salve JUnsONIA. A.aa
re bound to the spent less time in town and fn perorating "In two or three weeks, 1 should be rubbed on the cheat and throat W.al-8t..u.n: ;
over grand Jury]i fering from a gunshot wound In the
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about hard I could back of children suffering from a Cold or Croup -
held times and put in found go to eating. f'f.J
under $10,000 bond by Jus- lip. The affair is
shrouded in mystery I only weighed 123. Now I The' .elin &vt of TM' laMa -
more work their : ;h': f.r'c' '
on I
farms they : :
Armstrong at Arcadia. Lukey and the authorities are without weigh 147-cat anything I want .. shyest combined llh ofbros.0P.ornt. Colds; jrtp and InttuenZs.ARATIYEBROMOQUININE .
> also arrested on the lamer any clue towork, upon to apprehend would be enabled to grow feed for to.and by taking Black-Draught u..kIII MOO Mope..CT&HI lv-. Uuouth Uw pone of :. T"1..s n'\'{
I do not suffer. Both nmerflM. pecAnd la eaeeertoa IUd Ikecant ">- r." r waived the preliminary hear- the: guilty party or parties. It is believed in the woods ere.... '.UM. There U only one
groes were in a lumber Have you tried Thedford's at it>.eoublaed U. ass G W.CNOVE'S eI"-l" M bo*.. We ,i..
that the tragedy was the resultof wagon presumably for the purpose of Black-Draught if col" do so wjum auk your drogfllat lot HAYES !1J

,- mistaken identity as orange thieve locating a good hunting site, as they today. HKALING HONfcY.ceetora The QulalM' r.... Do Mot Affect IP Ikuiai i
arloads of fertilizer for the com- had been infesting the troves of theM had recently. taken out a banting li- Over 8 million package, sold.Mr. 4kr.w'a fatelea. C1111t17.- "" t" ... i._ A- 'Gi
ill creek a / At dealers' iva BRUNO GUININFT.b..t./. b. u.ke. nlothb..d.GW.GlluvL3W \
potato crop at Hastings started section and the! two cense when they were fired upon T
unfor-I *irttafltr Ma ooer living last week and ,first of the ranat* victims maw bar .. without warning from the brush by rfehM UM Mood. Youao: _*..........* ; urobnaJ' (
k found a number of- can on the taken for the thieves. The two ne- the roadside. I ........ lavldotdd IS 1:6.: ...... Plus/la
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see the true nature of her offspring Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Snyder Mm. -- -
Bradford County Telegraph ,
f r is often, tho only boon bestowed up9ii G. Kirk Lewis and Miss Clara Mao !

HI rli oj' motherhood.. Shepard were in Jacksonville Tuesday
: ;I> Published weekly and entered BIMcond attending; the state fair Freeman 4
j' j ( Reflection of improving conditions Regi3 a
i class' matter, at the post
I I office at Starke, Florida.) in citrus marketing/ lit ,/Shown in the Miss Ethel Griffin and her guest,

i' ,I I =""--,' _,' ". records of shipments made from this Miss Hazel McNeal, of Waldo, J. M.
proximately 1,000 cars were sent for- Smith
and II. C. Wall motored to
[ E. S. MATTHEWS: Editor: and Owner
t ward to the north and middle west Gainesville Thursday of last week to
marketing centers. attend the county fair. No matter what make,-No mdtter "lid, irlRJ g
I,' ---- We it flies I
repalv'your car, except ;
R I SUBSCRIPTION RATE Mrs. W. E. Middle-ton\ entertained
t S
; Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Davis spent several Sure either "flivver"We
( o, 'J Per Year _____________________$2.00( the study circle of the Methodist Mis- days last week at he home of Lee enough car, or t
sloury Society Monday\ afternoon at I We repair it or swim across New River.
Hoffman, in Jacksonville. Mr. and grind Our Own Lenses
/ her home on N. Walnut etreet. Mls Mrs. Davis were accompanied home We have; the experience-we know' the art,

Y STARKE. FLORIDA Amelia Ray, leader of the study cIrcle '* by Lewis Hoffman:who will be their NODELAYgainesdille We please broke cars to the very heart;
+ r Is the sent of Bradford
county county .
conducted the meeting. guest for several weeks. Florida. Relieve them of their aches and pain,
,( 1 a town of 1500 population; located --- ,
t' in the best agricultural section of 'Next Thursday being Thanksgiving And make the poor things young again.
Mrs. J. S. Drown and son, HaroldS.
the State. Day, the Telegraph force anna tp get ., who have been visiting Mr. and Salvation is free-we do declare- '
"I, Starke is beautifully located; has the paper out earlier than usual So is our water-so is our air.
Mrs. N. B. Hull
left t'
1 4,. wide paved streets lined with trees; rtt'uae hand advertisements and Saturday to motor
"1 I jn j to their home In Plant City. Mrs. We are headquarters for oils and gas;
,', I excellent light, water and sewerage communications: up later than Tuesday CATARRHAL DEAFNESS
I Brown and son stopped here enronte Stop in and get some as you pass.
1 systems, well constructed building; -raa! greatly relieved bv constitutional treatment -
i 'i grade'and high school second to none; v home after spending three months on HALL'S CATAKRH MISDICI1SM If broken down, and need a tow
In constitutional remedy CatarrhalDeafnean I
a '
+ .t I five churches, broom factory, national- FOR SALE-Strictly fresh eggs and a northern motor trip. While away la caused bv an Inflamed condition It's no hanging crime to' let us know, i
of the Kusta- \
l they visited relatives and friends in of the mucous lining
ly known mineral spring and the best poultry. Mr. Cashatt, West Madi- North chlan Tube When thin tube Is Inflamed! To avoid a muss, fuss, buss of."ku< s" 1
: in the Two railroads Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio you have a rumbling sound, or Imperfect ,
\ stores country.
I son, street, Starke. I'hone 139.J und other states hearing, and when: It la :; supply excellent transportation facilities. Its' Deafness Is' the result Unless the Inflammation I
\ be reduced hearing
B MBH* Mw MWOODLAwft cnn your 1
It is one of the largest straw- may be dentroveil forever BALLS

I i I berry raising sections in the South. The Baptist ladies of Lawtey will blood CATARRH on the MKDiriNF mucous surface: seta through of the nys-the Kelly-Springfield Tires & Tubes I

BRADFORD COUNTY hold a pie and cake sale at the bank tom thus reducing the Inflammation and

r Is one of the most fertile counties in building, Dec 2nd, from one o'clock Woodlawn, Nov. 24.-Mrs. -W. H. a-wlstlnp; .: Nature In reatorlnir.normal* conditions 30x3 Tire now $8,85
Norman spent the week-end in Jack- Circulars free All PriiiTKlstnF. '
tl 1',:' the state of Florida. As an agricul until Iito'clock. Also other articles for J. Cheney A: ('a" Toledo, Ohio.
sonville with her husband, W. H. Nor
,( N. '+ tural section it has-won high laurels Christmas.'presents. Come and buy.
} *B>HB*a>*BBMBBBBB>pa J*MaMMM* MM ** >*M*> Freeman Register
for its crops. Bradford county is the man.Mr.
home of strawberries, early crops, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Holtzendorf and Mrs. Arthur Crews and To Cure a Cold in One l1uy
children of Raiford, spent Sunday fake LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TatilnM) I
1 and C. S. Holtzendorf spent part of
which net farmers big returns. It Is .IoP.the Cough and lluadai.lia and wurk or.i ." ,
Y the home of a fine class of farmers, a last week visiting friends in White here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, 1o.ld.i r.W. GROVU!::'." gliioalura on each box. :91k I!
community in which people can enjoy Springs and Jasper. B. Browning. --. - --__ ____ .1- _
J. S. Norman was a business visitor

i living Any Information regarding Starke State Delegates Federation appointed of S Women's to attend Clubsat the Miss to Starke Delia Saturday.Lee spent Sunday in ITPAYS TO ADVERTISE !

a; or Bradford county will be gladly fur- Starke with relatives. '
y Green Cove Springs during the
Telegraph.'Spring week were Mesdames A. M. Darby, Mr. Dohm, of Pittsburg, Pa., Is

D. E. Knight, A. Z. Adkins, and as here for a visit with his daughters, -- -

will see shorter skirts," I alternates, Mesdames D. C. Jones, K. Mesdamea( M. D. Carter and Elisha

headline. Which L. Biggs and Miss Mabel Welter. Rosier.

screams to a indicate newspaper that spring is gifted Perry Hodges of Jacksonville, was Center-
{ 1 Alachua Foremost
a visitor here Sunday. County's Shopping ==
'b' .. with good eyesight. Shorter skirts Fred Flume* G. D. Cox, E. M. Thomas -

than those now in vogue wil] be "out Rev. K:;; W. Kkkliter and A.

of sight." Bronke, industrious truckers of Tho- SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.
masville suburb, have fine strawberry I II

fields and are preparing to set out (In effect Nov. 12, 122!> )
One modestly wrote! "There'lla
poet I
cabbage, and lettuce, and later on to SouthboundNo. '
divinity that shapes our ends, roughhew I
Irish \ (
plant potatoes.A J
1'' t them as we may." Another, less 1 reaches Starke at 10:38: p. m. .

1 >. modest, wrote: "I am tho master of TOINIGdrove's 1 No. 3, 10:59 a. m. I Quo 1ly! I I

my fate, I am the captain of my soul." Tasteless chili Tonic Jl'loreEntrly No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m Service Jfi; lf/r '

The poets do not seem to agree on und Vitality by Purifying", and No. 19, Limited, 1:18: p. m. I.

,this point, but the average Bradford Enriching: the Blood. When you feel 1 its Northbound GAINESVILLEFLORIDA ,

man doesn't care. lIe Is occupied IItren 'beninllovllcratlog! effect, see how No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m.

*7r I with wondering if the bank will turndown it brings color to the cheeks and how No. 4 at 4:00: p. m.

.- his application for a loan of it improves the appetite, yetiz; then 1 1uPlreclate No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47.. m. Largest Stock of. Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and
Ai 1" .. $1,000 for a new automobile. its true tonic value
No. 16, Limited, /5:55 p. m. .
a Grove's: Tasteless chill Tonlo is pimply Wannoe BranchNo. Notions in Central Florida.
Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup: So .
Hotel and realtors in South
j men
101 leaves Starke 7:45
|ilcasiui(' even children like it.% The blood a. m

Florida never omit to advertise the needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to No. 104 arrives Strrrke 3:15 p. m. ---. ._ ---------.----- -- .. -- -.
plcnlifulnesa of game and- fish as one Enrich It. Destroys Malarial! germs and Limited train No. 9 due at Starke -- ------- -' ---;- -- ..

of their attraction.' 'As an offset nu Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating 1H22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe
morous county organizations and onQ Effect ',iOf. tersburg. .

state association: are working hard to Limited train No. 10 due at Starle

preserve what game is left. The gam 5:15: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson .
hogs who come here from other statesto vllle. STOP !

see just how much they can kill, Got a cold ?' (These two trains do nqt stop at
.k' and how much canned game they can Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the '

a'fe carry home with them, will find less only stops they make between Jacksonville \

t ; i easy sailing this yenr than formerly. !f'trs tit .aaxt. and Tampa., Fraudulent Check Alterations That

Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from

.{.4;;' The newspaper man must know history ;<; Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7

!. : and science and philosophy lit leaving Hampton 11:50 p. m. and No. Endanger Your Check Balance and ..

t < must be in touch with every phase ol: l'nESIlYTElUAN.Sunday 8 arriving Hampton 5:10: a. m. Theseare

ri'll, life in the day in which he is living through trains, St. Petersburg to Safeguard Yourself Without Cost.

''two. ., He must have tact and some degree school, 10 a, in. Cincinnati, Ohio.

of literary skill. He furnishes to many Preaching services at 11 a. in. and T. J. GRIFFIN, ,,

.. people! the only mental pabulum' they 7:30 p. in.Subject Agent.

tI' k' receive, and the responisibility upon for the evening, "Weddings"a J .
'f i him Is heavy.-JVtiaml Herald. That's service for both young and oldleople. \ 1

the way' to talk, brother-history es- '. Cordial invitation to all. who
." pecially. History has much to nay can attend.
a 1 1886
,,;, about a lot of "Bills," from Bill, tho Frequent newspaper stories tell of

x \ Conqueror down to Bill Hohenzollern. MltS. TURNER GIVES BRIDGE mail box*rubberies! and other schemes.. %
: *
k' Sr1 How to collect and meet bills Is the PARTY Ir \ promptly followed by raised check

k r, 11>, ":'. editor's greatest study. losses suffered by bank customers ,UP-SIFE1 7Y
'I,'" Mrs. 1". L. Turner entertained at DAVISINSURANCE
: whose checks are thus illegally pro li 1
:Y bridge Tuesday afternon from 3:30: ) cured.
y : : A',, curious paradox is presented by i.-
to 0:00.: Miss Mabel Weller made
''I the life of the late Richard K. Fox.
: 't i. highest score and. received a dainty The Bank of Starke furnishes each
I J, Mr. Fox the of the
was publisher na-
tf prize, while to Mrs J. M. Mitch of its depositors ''Super-Safety Insured

I ::'.. ion's best known sporting paper, WAS ell was given: the consolation. checks without any' charge which Pq P E R i
; s patron of sports and was consider
k) a The hostess served a very tempting positively protects them against any

;, <>d the greatest authority on sports In salad course to her guests, who were I loss of this kind by a $1,000.00 Insur- I I

t' ( the country. Yet after his death It Mesdames N. riternburg, A. W. An. STARKECOFFINS ance bond for each depositor. .
t 1. became known that he knew nothing, I
; lerson Burns
Edward Nelle
( Hughes, '
N gjt'r: 'whatever- sports and cared less. the Bank of Starke\ Is
E. M. Johns, J. M. Mitchell and bliss. very I
; He had never been to a ball game in Mabel Weller. its ability to offer Its depositors :

; his life, could not even play card, 0U1f this superior! protection-safe checks

''r c ; and would not have known the "Jack RESIDENCE REBUILTThe & CASKETS : insured against crooked check raisers I

'IE I of clubs" if he had met him on the i who are a constant menace and fre-

f x, ,;, streets. While it is not unusual for residence building: on Madison And a Full Line of I' quently secure millions, of dollars-

4 a business to1'\ conducted by hired street, opposite the bottling works, JnJtrt ak..r.' Supplies through their manipulations with un .

j help alone, yet it is difficult to understand and owned by the Consumers Lumber AUTOMOBILE HEARSE insured and unprotected checks. ;
"Ae rt how a man can choose an occupation .."
Co., itt being practically rebuilt and Always. un hand. ,The beat err-
the activities entirely If you are a depositor at this bank -
are opposed
more rooms added. When ready it .W. at tlf. lowest prices. Special
( y to his tastes I will probably be occupied by L. II.' attrntion to telegraph or- and hove not yet received your Vest- _
; pocket insurance bond, call at once ."'
I '
Cartridge and family. Mr. Partridge era Registered Embalmer.
and get it. .
iii In Minneapolis recently a house Is the Starke manager for the company '
r You are entitled to this protection.
holder offered' $5 as reward for the > and is constantly extending its DeWITT C. JONES .

apprehension of the person who had bUlllne s. STARKE FLA i. ,

.. .. stolen food from his residence. A ,. '. .
:h11T.RltpDIDs : : .: ETi'F
,," t + boy !gained the reward by pointing "
K|*> ij .. .
a out a certain woman as the thief. It A throbbing ,5" l

v. was found that this woman was |In WANTED '
err' destitute circumstances and had itacrvous headache1MENTHOIATUM Staled. bid will .b.. remind by the Hoard. or
j ; very Band Tmiitiwa on Monitor, the 2nd day orJanuary ** stJP iJt
? been forced to steal in ord"r to keep : I i3. for 41000. fast j U. "M. pine: and '' .

iS, '',' her children and herself from starving r.r.r.'n l lumber 218' 5"x!).;lB'108 .hewn piling pine with, liuhtwood alternate;

i i to death. It was also found that quickly soothesit> or eyprefls be delivered.trlntcrr. along* and th other* Stark hewn*-tlmbera.to Brooker. Bank of Starke f -=;=

the informer was her own son, about /road: brtwern to be Brooker made a*. -.L.b: ; Wynn'o.th* o.b.linnln" .Delverlea -.
y i twelve years old, who, Judas-like, on or aft r January t. 19-:..I.
q i was willing to betray his best friend The board. ....v.. the right to reject. any .
n. all bid. I
for fly\ silver coins., What the mother Habitual. Constipation curedIn ; E. S. MATTHEWS. *T
14 to 31 Days C, A, rUTCH. Chairman.
r thought or said on this sad discovery "LAX-FOS WITH PEPS!. "l Is a s-.x-ciaily-; ,: Secretary., U11t.U.211 The Bank of Helpful ServiceE.
p it, not recorded, but it U aat..to prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve for Itibitua.
: say that she forgave,the boy and invented Constipation. It relioves promptly but Cures. Malaria Chilly .

} p excuses lot his conduct.' A should be token regularly for 14 to 21 days 666 and Fever, Dengue or S. MATTHEWS, President GEO. C.. WHITE, Cashier
10 Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
tI mother never condemns her' child; egnlates. r Very Pleasant to TukJ. 80c .__ '.w _:-Biliuua>> Fever. I ....
love The tot ..0\-\ .
mother Is blind. inability per bottle. -

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-- I 1\11'\ &. E. E. Stephens, of I ,_ -._. --- .. ,::. ._ _._ _
is visiting her daughter, lira. 'J HELP YOURSELF -'-' --... )

ft hits of ii-ii Sapp.Mrs. L. A. Davis spent GETVELL FASTIF i Look Forward Yesterday is' dead ,, I I II

and Friday in Jacksonville you have been ill and it scorns I
Information friends. as if you neverould Ret your I ; I
strength buck )'ou need the won I I !
I derful strengthening and rebuild I
I&w.. Bqti... .. ./. Peacock of West Palm of Gucli's Pcplo-M.ing.m / If nil the sob;" and iluta end teen 11
L .w+ .fti P9. w! : II Of all Urn tit-mi. and, vnniBhtit
"""' *. .*. c....seed T.sers: yearnwinr e I
was a guest Sunday of Mr. and It has hiliHtl thousands of imalit's! hrouuht toKcther in one niniilu apt,
and con'scl'nh!! to cot back tin' Ihcir vni'ftty combined! couM not '
E. R. Neff. n n
...., strength put on firm flesh, eat wll. I H..Co"KrjuvctnatA ono a ilnulo fndth.shattered. ..hem., dream.. I'
.. -
-- r.v.w... J sleep well fuel well, and UC sell! lIe i>nlr one broken ukdKU or hottrt. I
Friday 1n Dr. Ed Chace, of: Ocala, spent Your druggist has Gude'a Or rumlor Btriiiirht a crooked start
Mrs. L. G. Powell spent Ladies', hate at half price at F. FSlump's. IVptoMangan I. I
[Jacksonville shopping. urday and Sunday with his --liquid or tablets, as you pre- So' why wade limo In vain r....t1It f' ., i
Mrs. J. C. Hoover. fer. I Today fn and must be met: ,
Start' out anew, forget the U
pant J GC
Mr and Mrs. S. A. Bryan' spent U. D. Miner has had a garage builton Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grlmn 6Iz d sPeptoMangan Great Grant. fortumw roimtntlona can mill Mtlll be b*attinm-d anmniifHl., i 1 1I
And honor bo
yet trained.
| Jacksonville. *
Wednesday his premises. Jacksonville Monday to visit I Look lfnrward, yeatardny 1 la dead, t
i'ho) Innd. of. prom In. Ilea ahead!
Griffin's brother, James Darby.D. Herbert
E. Markley Johns was a business i I I
S. R. Johns, Sr., went to Atlanta
I visitor in Jacksonville Monday.. Tonic and Blood Enricher
C. Jones
on a business trip Monday. and family '
Jacksonville Wednesday and \ :

lend Miss with Thee her sister Fields, Mrs.spent George the week.Col- far whole family.: You the state fair.O. BIDS FOR FENCE-POSTS---- The above words written by Kaufman. are I

[1ms. wil Isave money at Stump's. W. White and daughter The board of bond trustees will re true-every word of them-and should be an, inspiration -

Mrs Lucy Powell spen\ the week. W. E. Daugherty has been invitedto thy spent Tuesday in ceive bids up to Dec. 5th, 1922, for to every one. The sentiment expressed s
preach the Thanksgiving at taking in the State Fair. 1300 fence posts delivered along route ,
[ pnd in Jacksonville with her son, Tate sermon is beautiful and I
Hampton.W. of road from Brooker to L. A. Wynn so inspiring that we want to pass

Powell., I Carpenters are busy j| Posts to be 6 feet long and not lefts them on to bur friends that they take
of G. may cour- ,
Painters A. Bessent, Jr., was a sightseer I portion W. Alderman's than 6 inches diameter at top. Board
work the S. F.
aieat on dence Walnut from
North them.
at the Florida State Fair in Jacksonville : on street. reserves the right to reject any and age t
] Canova cottage, corner ,Walnut and -V

I Jackson streets. i Monday.E. I Miss Mary Sistrunk and .niece, all bids. E..S. MATTHEWS, If we hare made blunders in the past, if we '

M. Thomas has his Sistrunk, of Otter Creek, spent C. A. FUTCH, Chairman. have failed
on premises to get ahead far this world's
I 6fi6 quickly relieves Colds and La- day with Mr. and Mrs. G. M. so as '
Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness and loaded several with large golden, healthy fruit orange trees, trunk. Secretary 11-17-tf goods are concerned do not brood oveJ the pastor

Headaches. i The Brooker .community in still lost opportuuities but rather them. I
Misses Daisy Moore, Lucile profit by Let ..
: University; Mrs. F. A. Scott went to Hampton and
Gus Beasley of the of Messrs. Abe Bessent and Jim sending out squashes poppers via
Florida, spent Sunday at the home of Friday afternoon and was the .guest ter motored to Jacksonville Starke. Also chickens, eggs, turkeysand us help you in your finances. You will always I

[ his father, O. L. Beasley. eo of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn to the fair. dressed hogs. The people there findf us courteous, giving close attention to ''every -
are too busy to talk about hard tines I
The cool weather this week has I detail whether account be large small. t
Mr. and Mrs. J. W Edwards and Mr. and Mrs George C&4Vhite, \ your or
children went to Jacksonville Thursday given farmers a hint that it Is time Nell Roberts and J. W.: Andrews TRY A. PERFECTION CORD FOR \
to cut the cane and dig the potatoes.Col. YOUR CAR t
to attend the state fair : motored Jacksonville Tuesday I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK I II'
attend the
Mrs. Tom Wall ret.rned Wednesday A. Z. Adkins' residence, corner fair When In need of a tire for your cur,
I from a visit with her mother in Walnut street and Pennsylvania avenue The "Strout IB IIIIMIMH Farm HKM Agency K W HBMI,II 11" get a guaranteed tire, one which your N. T. IlITCII. W. T. WEEKS J. II. HITCH,

I Hcndersonville, N. C. is being enlarged and repaired. G. My, Inman, local representative, dealer stands behind and makes adjustments I' President. Vice I'rrsident. Cushier. .

sold 'property to the following 911 in Starke The New __ _____ _. .
Mrs. F. L. Turner returned Saturday Miss Aileen Alvarez spent Tuesday sons' : James Stewart, of Perfection COT Tire is this style of '-'-- ---_-. -....._ h __-_-_ - _h'._ _
| from Palatka, where she visited and Wednesday in Jacksonville visiting part of the Gnann place south tire. It conies Ho. you with a 10,000
Mrs II. C. Richard. friends. and attending the State town. J. O. mile guarantee ;and at a price io :
Cherry of Cleveland, !Mrs. E. left f ]\[ ,
Fair. ketbook. Mary Pedily Thul'lIcllIY1' and Mrs V, M. Hodges and, children -
J. W. Andrews,,Sr., J. W. Andrews, the Bartlett Mays, of farm West at Virginia Theressa., the\ Dan your Boree poi at\ Horpc'a Garage, hnn-, for i'esburg.( where she will make her i Leon Thomas and\ daughter\ ,
I A daughter was born to 'Mr. andMIH. Perfection Tires and ho homowith her father and brothers. Colette.!' r '
Jr., and daughter, Elizabeth, motored hire place. Herman LeClnir of the personally I i
I to Jacksonville Saturday. I Fred'Sapp on the 8th inst. The ada has recommends them and, will Mrs. J. J. Thomas has gone to Long Mrs M. L Johns left Saturday for
young lady has. been named ArfnetteLornin. western, purchased property in stand behind each and every sale. Brunch to visit her parents, Mr. and Jacksonville, where she will attend )
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk were part town. I Try a Perfection for your next! tire. JUrs. C. M. McKinncy. the state fair.
in Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday .Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, of Charley McKinney and family, of ,
| attending. the\ state fair. Dan Boree is demonstrating tho Starke, motored here Frld.iv. Long Branch, motored here Friday
new Gray cur, for which he has ac- A. J. NEW RIVER: Among/ those attending!!: tho Union and attended! the funeral of Mrs. J. '

William Porter, of Tampa !is now quired the agency in three counties, county fair were Messrs. Floyd, Crystal McKinney[ )
engineer on "Peggy" and is makinghis Bradford, Clay and Union. New River, No. 2.1.-l\IiIlt', Lejlu<< and Lawrence Norman, Joe and U. I B. Johns returned Monday after.
headquarters: in Starke. Contractor; and Mae Andreu spent Sunday with her Duvo Tyson, Donald, Gf.ifton and i noon after a visit with friend in
Robert Demorest and Eugene Turner parents at Brooker. Clarence! Adkins Misses Ruby and, | South Florida.

Charles and'Will Stern were vistors' returned from/ acksonville Mon. Cement Sidewalks J. W. Lewis, of Ziff, visited, friend. Rose Johns, Alphie, Ina and Minnie j'" r. Porter and Wiley Kelly motored ',

to the metropolis Wednesday and attended day night after having taken in the Chimneys Mantels here Thursday. Hodges!: Mr. and Mrs. W. M Parker. I I to Luke Duller Saturday. ,

the fair while there. 0 fair every day since its opening.. ... .- .
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Mrs. LuMira Grahams, of Jacl lon- Misses Sudie Lee and Mildred Col- -- -
:ille,spent Sunday at the home of her son, Howard Colson and W. W. Col- BRICK

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.Mr. son attended the State Fair in .Jac -.

sonville Monday. The trip was made At Live and Let-Live Free PublicDemonstration .f
and Mrs. N. Sternberg were in by motor.
Jacksonville Wednesday and whiRi Prices. See me at .
there were guests of :Mrs' II. C. Neff. Hill Adnms has gone into the trucking
business in the western edge of
L Starke
J. Wainwright gone to town and has flourishing patches of -
Outage! Heights to spend the winter cabbage'und strawberries. He is also

with .her daughter, Mrs, M. E. Kite. doing blacksmith work I r

rENT-A The Wonder of the Age "
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Mrs. E. Miss Margaret Weed, of Jackson- .
I-'t Biggs spent Tuesday in Jackson- ville, was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. WORD'

ville shopping and attending the state C. A. Futch. In the afternoon Miss The Duplex Fireless, Stove
fair. WttiM spoke at ttu Episcopal church .
her subject being in the interest of a

Mrs. ''E. T. King and children, of ''nation, wide campaign for the church. 28th
I November
Vienna Ga., have been visiting at the FOR RENT-Hemingway house, Tuesday, S
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained the, ner South and Thompson streets

J. Prescott. Merry Workers Club Monday evening rooMs, bath, hot and cqld Wednesday November 29th
I at. her home on West Madison street. See P. S. McMillan. ''Starke. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. bavis and little At the close of a delightful eveningthe -
daughter motored to Gainesville hostess served a delicious salad WANTED-Colored men or '

Saturday and were guests of Mrs. I' course'. Miss Carrie Uglow and her to sell guaranteed hair softener at

Agnes McCormick.Mrs. house !guest, Mrs. L. E. Dudon, of straightener l to colored people.
Elgin, 111.) were among the invited on sight. Experience
J. C. Robinson and children guests. $;;;0.00 a week for full time, $ t De Witt C. 'l w

: will leave today for Jasper to visit an hour spare time. The Hair

her parents, and Mr. Robinson will The county federation of Woman's Co., 6037 Woodlawn Ave.f ; ..
j join them for Thanksgiving day. Clubs will meet here this afternoon at 111. f-
3 o'clock at the club house. Club Jones :
EOIt RENT Two furnished
Mrs. N. D. %Wainwright and son, ( representatives from Baker, Union d PLCY _. .
for light housekeeping. Apply
| James Richard, have returned home and Bradford counties will be in attendance ;
A. M. Pettit Starke. 11-2
I IJnrk's
: after visiting Mrs. I). T. Clark, in : :Mrs. Will F. Godwin, of I b. 'HARDWARE t

1 nville. Lawtey, is president of the federa- STRAYED-I have one stray gilt

tion and will have charge of the meet- my place, marked unknown. : d I '
Mrs. S.; J. Kl'lIy'of' Brooker, has ing. Hostesses: Mrs. F. L. Turner please apply to O. C Cason, STORE \ } :

moved to Starke to the delight of her Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. J.. M. Mitchell Fla." It jfr 1
1 friends and will be with her daughter, and Miss Mabel Wcller. During Slarke, Florida L > ;
Mrs, Anna G. Murrhee.J. | the ,social period the hostesses will FOR SALE OR RENT-Cottage ,,
serve hot chocolate and sandwiches. door to Sheriff Epperson. Lalla :

M. Baker add II. L. Richmond, of Chace. Menu Menu. {

i Jacksonville, spent the first of the I Mint Ruth Mettinger, who is. sent FOR SALE -My farm of 20 acres, Tuesday 1 Wednesday }
j week here on a hunting trip and were lout by the State Board of Health, tl
cluding good dwelling banked with 1tutatues. IT ISFREE
j guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I spoke Thursday afternoon at 2130: at and Itoast Wednesday.
i Paul E. Canova. | the Woman's Club House Miss. Met- ,near school strawberry: house patch in Starke, Devils food cake and_ baked apples. Small roast turkey or chickenSliced t iI'
I linger spoke the :lashed potatoes
I on subject of Promotion farming Implements and tomatoes with Mayonnaise
Capt. and Mrs. S. A. 'left [ of Welfare
Bryan I. Hygiene of Mnterni and ono mule hoiy' and fine fl Fruit Creamed peas
Sunday for a 10 days trip to Wash. ''ty and Infancy. Mrs W. E. Middle- sulad .
of chickens. Price 31000! on Bread l Nut cake Fruit
ington and New York. Before their ton is chairman of health for the local
ient terms. M. F Proving
; Naked cranberries
I return they will ftttend the Roadmftjters -. club, also serving on this commit' ll-24-2t Coffee,
Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. tee are, Mrs. F. A. Scott, Mrs. E. E. To demonstrate, the admirable' qualities of the Duplex Fireless Stove, Wi-
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Canova, Mrs J. F. Kickliter and Mrs.S. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-- have arranged to have a factory rl'p re"lmtJtlvelr8.: C. C. Hamilton, tl
John Shriver of Brooker who is: U. Johns. After Miss Mettinger's On :Mrs. Hamilton
city property, or .small farm with us on November 2Hth and 2rtb.! these two days
|'friously ill. passed through here on address. the health
committee served 1
town a DO-horse power will dinners using only the Duplex Fireless Stove for cooking
|Monday afternoon eroute to Jacksonville refreshments of wa-I
unch and
;I (> Hudson automobile with new The demonstration will be given in our display window whore everyone canoe ".
, to enter RIVerside hospital. Dr, fers. k
,W. E. Middleton accompanied Mr. aluminum body aluminum exactly, how this marvelous stove functions.. Dumonstrntion will begin
vh fver.Rt case windshield and /' at ten o'clock each day anti everybody (I. welcome.
Advertise in the I
Telegraph. boards... Is equipped with hose

., -A. -Green Judge of BradforJ.t'ou'nty No Worm In a ncol&y cilia air-pump, which furnishes,tree (I s De Witt 'C. Jones VM
and' prominent in politics In : All cLiidron troubled with Worm bo-,. an uahultliyealor. anywhere; and anytime that rhj'
that which Indluiutf pox bluxl.and Mml a need air. Hose and pump can
section of the state, took in the! *. tlicra u nraru or I tin nurnach dmurbcnc. conneeted.with fl/lip'
fair: Tuesday ,He was accompanied! J GROVE TASrr.LEiS; :: CHILL: JOMC' uwca into. engine la one ( Starke Fla '
larly Crrtwoorthnw ute. If interested Hardware ,
Py J. B. wmkt wV: enrich tha blood in purchasing ,
Sapp and Col. Floyd Creep, .. .
rmpmv thodWetloeanda..naa. "" ncrn:9nemgth:: good automobile.which t
f .. stands in
SUrke.-Times-Union, Wedn'e .Inll Tontil.! vhnle rthrow -'T '" "jv wI'l tb.e I'
*ay. <>'f' r ajn*. tae *o CN..I\CuhhlIbe class to Itself, see W, E.
Ita petb.a A.aldi. 1'____u..oWlIU{ tats at residence on Cherry treet. /



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rAGE SIX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, '1921.j.j .
; ', ,' uE\'' \ _-_'- _ _ _ tion; everybody pleased with the out .

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\\J ,:"' )'"'I'""'l'r' With: The Bradford i community OkalooRu-fair An was unusually held at successful Dorcas r G S R A Y

this week. Everybody were so enthused

i that efforts are already being
!t 'f County Farmers made to have another and a better

\1 -I.1.1r fair next year. .

\ \\i,, ] L_"._.:..............._ew _.... .. ..--.w.....__ Taylor-We organized < four com

., : ,', I munity councils this week. '
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; LEACIHNi; AND WASHING EXPENSIVE nearly thirty years in an effort to find CHIPS ,

S ( FOR TilE FARMER some way of either outwitting or controlling -
thin ever expensive pest. C Now On
,P Display C
'I Your home paper keeps you in con- .
Millions of dollars worth of plant I These efforts have of course contributed stant touch with the world.
I I food is washed and leached from the much to our )knowledge of the .

r r Moils of Florida every year. It in boll weevil and have made possiblethe Milk in the most important of all
Y P washed from the uplands, the hillsides adoption of various farm prac- The
foods,,; it is a perfect complete and Gray. Cra .
f, 1; and the meadows where it would tices which helped somewhat to reduce protective food.Don't .

cS be worth countless millions, into wct the damage done by the pest _

J bottoms, lakes und rivers, where it is None of them, however, made it poi forget that spraying is the .

\ without value 'to any man. I'Bible for the average farmer. to insure ounce of prevention that is worth several THE SENSATIONAL CAR,
This is a waste that should be pre- for himself a profitable crop un- I
pounds of
( vtmted.1J j I der conditions of normal weevil abun- cure. iris A REAL CAR AT A RIGHT. PRICE

-I How prevent it? This is the question dance. Fertilizer withfiljer has an additional *
) that naturally arises. There The info'rmntion obtained by past 1 All the
nrp 'i contributed in cost that is necessary to pay fo. Refinements{ of a $5,000 car for
f many ways, a few of which are apt investigations has amore I the freight on tho filler mator'il.X $580
t kplicuble to Florida conditions. { or less degree, to the present del I _____ I t DELIVERED /

r The lirt-t", thing that enters the mind I velopment. Much information of a The farm! may have modern ma-

t. I of the modern farmer of states to the'north negative nature has Indicated how the chinery; but if the house has not modern ... L. ___
is tcrrucfng. However that isp'2' boll weevil can NOT be controlled, Demonstrations
conveniences, the farm i is not cheerfully given., Telephone 60SPECFICA
and all the information relative to
not HO important in this state as a' modern I
+ i whole. In the hilly clayey counties ; wee -"ibernation' and the use of poi-

S r of North and West Florida terracing j I sons has helped in the evolution of The world owes a living only tthose TIONSHigh
a the control method by the State Plant
is highly desirable as a means to prevent
I who go out and get it; in other
? sy a washing and leaching There I Board announcement of which has i words luck is on the side of the man speed motor, three speed transmission, full floating rear end
already been made and a full description -
5 is not /-of thin practiced in
Enough i who practices the bent business methods
those counties; in some sections there f, of which ia given in Experiment Westinghouse Ignition,full elli/flic springs, one man lop, neW

S .in practically none of it. I Station Bulletin 1G5. .> I: style; carburetor gives 25 miles to the gallon, demount

+ I One of the best methods for conserving Speaking of Christmas able
CONTROLLING THE BOLL WEE- present- ,rims electric starter and lights and many
: soil fertility in Florida-as 1 would
,' not the home town newspaper .
VIL I adJilionaleatures.IMMEDIATE
,t well as elsewhere to grow cover prove a splendid gift to"one who has .
in and winter when heavy )I I
crops fall moved away but who still retains an
I rains are frequent. These crops forma Development of a satisfactory way interest in what happens there? '
which of controlling the boll weevil on short DELIVER Y
: network of roots in the soil, .
+ staple or upland cotton has been an- ,
4 holds the soil particles together and
u nounced by Dr. Wilmon Newell, plant JEWELSII ,
i1t thus prevents their washing away,
and taking with them much valuable commissioner for the !State Plant
?Y plant food. Board and Director of. the Universityof Boree Motor Co.

'' Florida experiment station. Dr. The first of the crotn
As winter cover crops oats and rye jewels woes
probably are the best known for this Newell's announcement was made a thy of mention is the "Kohinoor"

di fir purpose. They furnish fine grazing the result of research work by GeorgeD. which is the Indian name for "Moun Starke Florida I

for livestock, prevent much washing Smith, associate entomologist, under tain of Light." The earliest possible ,/

+ tS;'? and leaching, and give the farmer the auspices of the state plantboard. knowledge we have of this stone was Distributors for Bradford, Union Clay Counties

,1' r in the treasury of Delhi in the
something to harvest or to plow under year
i for humus the following spring. The method involves a principle in i 1526 and its weight at! that time was

u I boll weevil control heretofore not recognized 793 carats. Through unskilled cutting

t TRANSPLANTING YOUNG CST by other investigators Dr: it was reduced to 186 carats, and
Newell and he added that the .
KUS 'TREES stated the royal owner was so incensed that ,
IJ total cost of the treatment labor included he ordered the Imprisonment of the

+ F' Several Reason Why Trees Should I does not exceed $1.50 or $2 unfortunate cutter who spent many
an acre. In the fields treated the cotton years rh prison for his .
., Be Started With Short Trunks mistake.
,t e crop in nearly every instance has Alter various vicissitudes in which ,' R.AYCrossing
been as large as thnt obtained ,priorto bloodshed and )
In setting young citrus trees to the rapine were, not unknown
the advent of the weevil. ,
j' field, prune buck the trunk tQ fromtwelve makes its appearance at
While some poison Is used, the the capture of Lahore when
to sixteen inches in height it fell into ,
\ amount Is comparatively small, Dr. the I '
S possession of
British .
:, There than for soldiers I
are morreasons! one
\ I Newell guid. By means of the improved and 'was by them; presented to ,
; this, says E. L. Lord, prpfessor ofritrioulluru Queen ----- - ----- .
method A cotton (Held ii cleared Victoria --- -
S ,, of the Florida! College of I I I on July 3, 1830.' ;; the intervening space, we suit of state nnd federal legislation, BETTER
t' of practically all boll weevils ear I STREET SERVICE I-OK
Agriculture. I I I I When the stone was exhibited; at each Russia, the country of turmoil and Iv in June and remain in that condition I the CITY
\ These reasons arc: ((1)) Short trunks 1 great in 1851 notwithstanding trouble and tragedy. Here one of the lifhert seasons that hunters can avoid "
several weeks. this
(I i do not dry: out like }long iVnes' ;. ((2): j jrrees i period-fyr a good crop.of bolls During is /set with its imperfections, it attract driest European gems rested in th" violating the vniunis laws, as the'fed- The '
international street committee of the
attention 'tv
: and possession
I a con- of the royal family. This eral! !
nemjeu' low-siun ns grow troni regulations operate in many of
low-pruned trunks areioss: liable toy |lout weevil interference. | aultation of the leading scientific men |' em is called the OrlofT, so called after !the states to shorten the seasons fixed r.,unoil is making many impru. minnd

+ cold damage; ((3)) such trees are easier I Both the State Plant Board and the of tho day Sir David Brewster nmnntr the celebrated ,' family of that by state statute. the streets are reported ,.", w

i 1 ,to spray thin UioHcj with high! Experiment Station will )issue immediately -'I (hem, was hold to consider the advisability name. The stone, is larger than either Provisions relating to methods of better condition than ever.
bulletins the
tops'; ((1)) harvesting: is easier; ((5)) I ] of control. on improved'method : of'trying to perfect! it by re- of the others just named and capture, game refugees, are plainly A step for (hu bettorm.i' ">
''y r earlier bearing is, secured. I I cutting. Although their opinion was i weighs 1JU 1-2 carats. It, however, set fotth. ;street was inaugurated la i*

j "One of. tho commonest mistakes :,I "The boll weevil's" weak point has iadverse' to such an attempt, a Mr.4 U 'Hose cut," a term that will be Beginning now the crack of the il- This IItr'eet"! tho main bush
jI made now been found; declared] Dr. Newell Coster of Amsterdam, who familiar moro fully explained later in 'will will be swept twice weekly in ,,i
by citrus growers Is the failure S' was on our tie be fionrd all over the land,
I "and by this method of control I '
to cut. the trunks of their young trees with such. matters, was so !lanI 'Talks." from the far north to the Evsrgladus once as. heretofore.: ThU is
the farmer will able
j'k back," Prof. Lord nays. The longer j I I be to hand him asolarplexus l guino of tho results that he gem ,There are: two stories told of \this of Florida, and the sport will continue cinl step> and does tho coin

d tho trunk, the more of it there. is to I: produced blow.1 The treated fltJI.hhave entrusted tqjilm and the result justi-I I great stone; One is that it belongedto until the law calls a halt later on in credit, for our main thor, nt>u<'
''i just about as much fied the ndtion as whilst it Persian who the should, l>d kept in good condition
dry out and become sun-scalded. And j a prince, called it winter. ThoHc-'ht) desire! to se-
cotton as if lh.cro! had been no boll '
1 with a long/\ trunk growth develops at weevils'' ; stands: at only 100 1:1(; carats, It has I "The Moon of the l\I\ unttin. lIe Pure copies of these regulations r-
: The return of may
) t 'I l the top, leaving severnl Inches bare 'short profitable the -:imo surface as before, and in-1'-'was cruelly murdered and all of his I write It,) their congressmen I ZIFF
staple cotton culture in ,..Floridais ? ,
I' I and subjecting the, tree t to sun-scald. now assured" stead of being lusterless, It is brimfulof jewels stolen, and among them was tor, each of these officials having a : -

Then" too,' a dried" out trunk mean j _. light and fire. During the reign of this great stone. After many changes : certain number for general distribution Zi/T, Nov. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. Finnic/

.5 *. that little sap and plant food can bo COUNTY AGENTS' UEPOltl'SCumbillOne King Edward this wonderful stone it came into the possession of the Empress "among their constituents. W. Reynolds, of Graham, are rec-civ
lifted from the roots to the leaves! w is set in the English Crown, where Catherine of Russia and ever Open Season ing congratulations over the birth ofa

ii ..i. through those long, dry hardened fl- more it now resro.A since has been in the family. Deer squirrel, quail, wild! turkey- I little son, born Nov. 20th.
tiro-vnscularbundles. The result III'' council, was organized this week and trip across the English Channel The other story is that it had-teen Nov. 20 to Feb. 15th. Exceptions: Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Starling and

r ; that the top weakens and droops ov-I' others will be next week. brings 'us to the! French Republic, and one of the eyes in a great idol in the Squirrels In Fscnmbia county Oct. 15 children; of Cooter Pond, were theI

s er." I I among the treasures which the"'- -n->-<. temple of Brahama.From Us placein to March 1. Snuirrels in, _IInlmo nm,__" _o'?.,i I I guests Sunday at the homo of Mr
It t' In planting young trees set then ij, I Walton-Wo have Just closed the I public once possessed is the famous the head of the idol It was stolen, Walton counties Oct. 1, to March 1., and Mrs, S. I* Prescott.

with the buJ union two or three inch, I j I ben J county fair ever held in West ; Pitt diamond now known as the Regent by a deserter from tho French army,, Ruffled grouse, imported pheasant: Mrs. Mary Thomas spent the first

h i ir' es above the surface of the eurth an d j Florida. Visiting specialists said our I, The ;which weighs 130 .,1-.') carats. who had long conceived a plan lot -Nov. 20, to Dec. 10. Exception: part of the week at Graham, guest >of

cut the trunk back to twelve Ito six" I poultry and sweet potato exhibits are I opening chapters of this stone stealing it; and by him sold in Mala English pheasants in Escnmbia, no,, her daughter, Mrs. Lomie Reynolds

teen inches In height. When so cutback t; top not< hers. The citrus exhibit made I are stained with cupidity murder and bar for 14000. In 1774 after puss, open reason '! Miss. Avy. Starling and.brother, Rn

L t; ,. young! shoots grow out all along,, I one think of South Florida. People I i' and remorse; and trouble political, social ing through several hands, it* was sold Duck ,goose, brant black bellied fua Prescott, attended the fair ai

l\i to shade the trunk from the direct t are enthused and are planning'for a personal, accompanied it to its by a Greek merchant to Empress and golden plovers, Wilson snipe, yi-1- Gainesville Wednesday.

!r 1. rays of the sun and to keep the bark regular fair again next. year ... els present of renting place among tho jew Catherine for $750,000;; in cash, $25-; bowlegs, coot, gallinule: dove-Nov.. L. Misses Rhodu and Alva Thomas and.
nliv.o and active. Al the end of thj, 1 France. A slave found the 000 annually as long as! ha lived, anda 20 to Jan. 31. brother, Ellery, Purvis Lewis, Tjgen.
"I all but five stone, cut a hole in his: leg in which title to nobility. Woodcock-Nov. 'land
growing Heimon, remove Clay-Wo have a plan whereby our 1 to Dec 31. J Hugh Butler Crosby attended thi
or six of the shoots) or sprouts, leaving ( farmers will put up (their syrup '1n I II I Ii Iof I hide Africa it, made his way to the coast The'stone was finally placed in the Rail other than coot and gallinule party at the home of Mr.\ and Mr-

these ]properly spaced to form the i, uniform quart and half gallon con- 'I tfja and gave it to ,an English imperial sceptre, and at the corona- -Nov. 20 to Nov. 30. A. L. Greene Saturday,night.
; (Told. limbs of tho tree. i cnptainV( The skipper upon re- tion services of the late Emperor Reedbircr (riceblrd Miss Ethel
main sen j, tainers. All labels ,in the county will I i )-Aug. Iff to I Dyal spent the last part
ceiving it
B A question often asked Is, "Why do xbe uniform in design. Each farmer. where he drowned.cast the slave into the sea, Nicholas II, it played an important Nov. 1$. lof i the week at Hampton,j-uest, of tier

1 nurserymen send out young trees with will place his own name upon the label The Englishmansold part. The whereabouts of this as No open season-All wild birds and uncle, E. J D9wling.

M r rM long trunks, if they shoul.J be cutback for his own syrup, thus standing it at the first opportunity, went well as all other crown jewels of Russia animals ( xcep'topossunl and skunk) I A large crowd of people enjoyed l the

i ?" Professor, Lord answers that!i bark of his own production. on !a drunken debauch with the proceeds is at present a mystery. protected on Pine Island Lee county. ''cane grinding; at the' home of J. B.
and ended '
question by saying "The nurseryman I his life by hanging Swans wood ducks, bitterns: sand Thomas last week.

does not know w ether the tree is to i(, ''Hamilton-We have treated moro himsel/:Mr.: Pitt When it came from the East STATE AND U. S. GAME LAWS i jam! whooping :cranes gannet, grebes'| Casey Atkinson 'and Eugene Cros

..... be set In tho grove or In a yard where than five thousand bushels of corn on I I in his bought It, and while it was ']I gulls, heron, jaegers, loons petrel,., by, of Brooker were visitors* in our
". a high-headed tree is desired, wherepersons ; eljtht'farma with carbon bisulphide to possession he knl'w'little rest Game laws of thi United States a shearwaters, terns, and all shore, community Sunday.

,; j may move abiiit( under them. i kill weevils this week. or quiet. He was haunted by a fear "summary of the
r r J r When set in the grove too ,'jun', Uco | that he would lose it or be robbed! of state" and TIf<.. .tional statutes,",, or jacksnipe black bellied and golden lint?, Rhoda and Alva Thomas were

I should be cut back and a tree with a J Lee-Held two good citrus clubmeetings it. For years he never slept two has punt been iss .d by the United plovers and yellowlegs). I vistoir: ...' utudm ounday afternoon.
t. nights in succession under the States department of agriculture. _for__ I I I
low developed. same ,
top this
J : | subjects discus u--u-- Hunting Licenses I
i ; roof.__ II. _nlvumra_.._. ..*..nva.1. _1._... ,- -"- -
.,-.,,' S and county limited
never or more
gave notice in such I
of his matters.
'I THE IMPROVED METHOD OF I rust mite and other Insects decay of $25; resident (county of to } deer and
arrival residence 3
LIIL ",' fruit and or departure from a place. It The object of this bulletin containing ). turkeys. Posses-
CONTROLLING BOLL WEEVIL' preventive measures water $1.251 resident sion of
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was finally bought by the Duke of Orleans the twenty-third annual county other than migratory 'birds permitted

Injury trees. summary
r 'I in 1717 for the equivalent of of the federal and other game laws, is county of residence) $3.50. Licensenot during first ten days of closed season;

t i. The development of a satisfactory $375.000. In the roygh it weighed to aid in the provisions of the migratory required in voting precinct nor other game during first five. days
and economical method of controlling Polk-Truck gardens are in fine of Confederate veteran thereof.
4 entitled
some carats and/took'/ to a
"S .S I JO bird
;; two'years treaty act and the Lacy act:
,,": the boll weevil on typical Florida condition. Farmers are planting reed to cut it, at an actual cost of 10000. by presenting in convenient form the pension. Issued by county judge. The sale of reedbirds (ricebirds) and
.: J farms marks of the most and preparing more land. Tangerines Bag Limit and all protected
i for one momentous I I This stone was worn by the great provisions of the game legislation for Possession game is prohibited.
i t steps forward that has been taken 4! and pineapple oranges are nearing. Napoleon in the pommel of his sword the use of law enforcement officials Two deer five turkeys and 300 of Export of all protected game is

f i by Southern agriculture since the maturity. and fell into the hands of the Prussians sportsmen, conservationists and others 'any other game birds a year; 1 deer prohibited except non-resident licenses
I 2' .1' discovery of a way to eradicate the ', at Waterloo and 2 turkeys, 20 quill, 25 ducks 8 may, carry, out came as personal
thus passed into to the end that the laws for the geese
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+ Texas fever tick.Agriculturists Flaa-Ier-Thls-y held its first the hands of the King of Prussia. protection of game and birds shall be ,:8 brant, 25 Wilson( snipe, 5 woodcock baggage, but not more than two days'

: j (end scientific experts lair this week, a splendid display of It .is reputed to be one of the finest properly observed.The ':25 in all of rails, coots and galliaules, limit of migratory game birds shall

., -working for the nation and for commercial boys and girls club work being the gems although square in shape, but open season dates presented relating .15 in all of players and yellowlegs, be exported in any one calendar week
; ; concerns-have labored for feature which attracted much.atten- contains one small flaw.
I to migratory birds are.the 1'8I I and 25 doves a day. Camping or a
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I upon the public, and a nuisance to the far the' most widely road r. "

EVER SEEN A |I whole state. For ea1 Economy South Florida and is the newspaperin represen- ASPIRIN (

Uev. D. W. Comstock
a tutivp( paper of the state. Rates $3 (

I preacher of Chicago, liv the year $ t for six months, $2 for .:

TURKEY BOX? started the work twenty years ago, si the Kitchen Use t thrcM-' months!, 7!. cents for one month. Say "Bayer" and Insist I
and succeeded at his death
was three
!Onilv only rates $Q, $3 $1.50> 60 centsI
years later by his niece !Mrs. Cora ,
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ft,, not. in a prize fight that isn't; Hawley Senton, who served for over : 1 1U'lllflS
seven YC.'llrsIn.1. these two workers! I UN MSCIM.:8TATItMKKr( IOUNTTI 611111U1, '
what we mean. The turkey box we I MtlMDt" .
tulkinit about 1 ts a nice box of, with the aid 1 of such men nit Senator CALfLJ JJI//lET ,I < 'MI.tv .*m.. lire I
Duncan U Fletcher Judge l W. II. IJa- "' .,1 furi'ln. for the numtn ofOitolnr
.roodic ', preserves" etc., for Thanks- I 1092.
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in Florida her, Arthur F. Perry and others who :.'fl.lfl( "ehnnl Fund .'
If each
Kivim';' day. family : I Opt. 1. toRt _._._._._._..._ SIM.Rfl I
WIHI'I, .',) give .i just ono mlasa: of jelly, or wero charter members of tho society, Tho Economy BIKING PO'GlUDEfR I II, C"'I !!.i. riurln mnntli ...............R1I0.87I ''tl"ri. '
I Wim-iinlii' (Itmuml .. .4IRBSB(
did the hard pioneer work in building ----------- ------
mt t ono Jar of pre l'rve9. or one side i I'nliinciNov.. 1. 1801 .,. 03I.SO
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for what has p'roceil to be a God- ('l'-rt, ( Rn. I
.f I mon i or one chii'hen or one turkey A Big Time :end Money Saver. Tln'titHV. OoL 1. Wt ......*_______ 7.0B
sand to the whole state. ... .
of bears tomntouw, I '" < month ..i. '
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From u small beginning with only \*'nrviinlM.' ( ,booed -.____._.____ .m.fll/)
? or one box of oranges! or prapei ; I iiuiimrv NOV. I. iwV"_______.________ ..ns '" (' ;
they might: find it possiMe, thirty-four children<< placed out in Ca When you 1 bake m.inrt, No. I ,. I.
i in good homes the first 'the work I (1".,.,l.rt, Out. 1, IflSft ____-__._-____ ,81iiuiiim ,
of little homeless and yenr, with Calumet 4 .._
*h> wore. or- I -- .:. < mnnth _...?._ '
has until last 131'5: '; children you .. $ 9po Lhr mum( *'DftyoT". on ;
/grown year -- you
the of 'Flor.1 '
hi>"" 'hildren under care cared for from VMCC1CC"t know there will be I i n.in'tiiirt. JJc.'i;:;?: 1. 182a I___IIIII:_: Let 1tCIII4"" or on uMoU you", lIre not gating F .
.1', 'reatest chulty"-tho Chili were every sel'I I lii-t-. \n. n .. t v
tion of the Ktnte and already so far' CMUN1 loss failures. I (1, l'l," 'froft Oot I. 1fl2 __-___.____,._ "7 I I IriMa tI the pcuiiiim'!: Mayor pioilunt prosoribol -
i (dome( Socloty of Florida: would no or ", ;, during month ..._____...___ S2R.OO by pltyall.jAns'OWl' twenty-two I'I
.!,1',,' have the greatest ThnnK- this year 122.:; little ones have received That's whyit is far I, "' ''V''o' IMUO.I ._ ..___,__._..__.___ IDS.01nnlntiop :) ynfira 4inJ, l"'OvtlCl l safu. hy!I million few .1 "
Nov. I 1023 ,Vi *.*"
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-} "n I clay nnd dinner that they hnd its aid and rare. I *"l i Tt 4l. (\>M" TIf.vl.w1mToothache .

During the first year only $R70 was! less expensive than Rnllinni 00*. 1, 121 .___-.__Jt/ __... 7(1.30( I Lumbago 0
there would he eniwrh' ., .
hut ..
.i had '.4.' ", .."th _- ... .._.____. "
.ft i > to proviilo for the 'hundreds raised to do the work. Ten years ago I some other brands I "'ni rant Imued ..................... /1.00 1 KH mchu RhoumrttioDiKouraljfla ) 1
v t r this amount had increased to 11.1.."..' Nnv. t, -fll'3 '________________ t .!IOlUlnnr. 1'ain, 1'aln
"t' HUU' ones that will come under there over j selling for less. .lIpl.lr& .N' I c
all the $1,000 income for the year, whilp last I i I ,' O-t 1. ((992 1_.--. _______.. JRO.(Itlir C'cc'l't "na. (tr Tablets of Aaplrln
of the society through <'It.||itH donor month -.__.......... B.OO only. l Kncli unbroken puoVajm,, I containnropir
year the total receipts were over "'nirnnlft l..wrl .. .. 10.00Itnlnnrr boxes >
The sale of Calumet ---- -- --------- HrcVUoiii. Handy e' i"
millYl."ar. : The number of contributors IP I Nov 1. 1022 ___..:_._______ 114.68 '"
WIn, viVly > SOP to It that your fam- $130,000. -I' over 15O'grcnte: ;. nialrlrt No. twelve $tablet$ cost few crntw.. Dnif, '

box for the little has increased from about fifty Bnlimne Out 1. tfllf( _____00_________ 4B.I" /gilds! (nlmi "sill, hotlU of 24 and\. 10''
"eta un a turkey than that of any othe I Mti'iliti. durtnif month .............. .10 Ash>.riit i$5. tlw' I Irtuta, \ nwiU l nf n"YI .
rpht and homeless children of Flor- persons the first year to over l!>,000 Warrant, Imued ..._____..........._ 14.110 | of 'I j"I'> : '
> brand. IIrnnil rWlIrl' Mvnnat-i : "
contributors last representingover BY TESTBosa't llnliinci Nuv. 1. 19ii ____..__,._-... S1.4H t'i
da' If you can only' Pare one glass year I", .t ... 1 St11"'yllllu" t ifr

,if icily put it in a nice safe little bond ': 50OQO nHD. women and children be Zed into taking Quantity Co? Quay !Batntice"'" t.* Out."h', 1." inzi'(11011111, ,________ ...___-._ 131.26 i, _ -' :
----- -------
send it, a turkey box imy mean Wnrrnnlii' Innuf.l ---.----..-------.- 10.00 nJm FO.ITn l'l1l1l.I\TION'. '
( Ireull)011.1.) Flitrlith '"-lIulnl ClCfluft(
lUst: that or it may mean a whold dry Tho funds of the society are secured Calumet has proven to be best by test in. millions of I lluluncu Nov 1.lllmrlct 1DI2, --No.. .-..I__.----.- l'Jl.20 Drft
:ood"! box or barrel of eats. All we-, entirely by direct letters of appeal, homes every bake-day. Largest selling brand in the llnlnneo(I', < ,.I..In ((iliirinr It.4 1, Itllli mulllhWnrrnnlii ...-.-_-_----.....-_._-_-.-.- Tl.80 n.lh.r.Hill (10 Kumavo Cloud. blot Titltt anll 7)ther I' f' '''

.Bk is that your family will send through$ tha press, schools etc., at the world. Contains IK.UI'I) .- .____..-._..-.._.... 1001)llHlnnec i i II. M. Imntin S
such have Cuntplnlnnnt.
lowest of children's only ingredients as I ( Nov. 1. M2U: \ .._.____...... 61I.HO r
whatever that cost v* '
any i
somethingmay agencyin '
tomethinfj ,
officially! U. S. Pure Food Authorities. IM.i'.rt( No VHiiiHiico lloi1.Ia, RMilnmtl (' Cor '
be. the United States. No solicitors 'approved by OiL 1. ,lean _________.._____ ito.4<) "1IIIn. ,'lnim. >n Halt 0" leu I.nnv., Mnry A J..1.I ,
I 11"1(
K'i'IpH( iliirlnu monlH ..............JllaiitnU I I '
I M I trlu'll.' JjmiPfi 1>. JotuM, Annio( r.
By the way, it wouldn't be a bad of any kind are employed by the society (" 1.,1 1 K IIiirrlHon.:; : C. F. Pnnn. 5ta : fM

idea if you packed your goodies with which means a great saving( in TIlE WORLD'S: GREATEST BAKING POWDER N..v. 1.l'l.'rt 1122' !II12 Ni>. __10 H1"I__1 110.40 )','"* nnij Unknown IVmnnii ItcffnilanlTo .. j.

some children's clothes! shoes, ties 'expe 9o. and. makes the record of increase I llalnm-a: !( Ort. ft'--ISS ---- -- -- 108.19ItnillttN All! Whonl It Mill. Concern Crmtini: '
(; (: diirln, *hvnlIlVnr'anl ; ::::,...:..:-. It nppcnrlnir( l hI'1... nwuni (Mil of com ",
dbbons, sweaters underwear, bed linns in income the more remarkable. \ (. '",u1, --j.' ... ._______1__ 20.00 philnt in thu nhnvit ..unit tlmt them .rknun )
quilts blankets huts kerchiefs I KEO! CROSS THANKED lluliinco( Nuv. I. 1 IIIa2) u__.:. _-_.__.__ MH.liIIttulrirt nnrmfl 1.lIn. hi'Moveil'( to ho Inter ,
caps I j )l-'ltirf'tioo MnttlteWM( do _____ ______ 04 0'') I No II'. ,I ifttril In tl,w propi-Hy thomln$ oVurriimii( whoa.piu .
etc. All theRe things make Society Owns Property Valued at "' RIo McGrUilcir do ____.__._n____ O'.F.OO\ Pnlnnca Oct. 1, lfll2 __.________.>- 4tfl.11IN.ilitlH of Vttftiili'nctT, In unknown and tfomi1ntn' I "
1----1 EVH I'owcll do ___?___:_____h_ _n__ 01 OnAdlno .' ,1"//I".. nliiilth( __.00.....-..'_ I unt nllHitm I I limn-in tlmtw\ dmnnt know t .
'Ine packing and would also help to $100,000 / 1! Wilson do _?.____.________.. HI noTnnljpl Warrnnta ,l.sii.'.( ____.._......_.__.___ II. .in nod nOr dlUtrrnt( Ituiu.ry, him nnt bean nhtato
lotho our big family of homeless Not owning typewriting largely depends the late of a million Rullrn rtn __-.._____.-- ___--? 64.On Itnliinre Nov. I. HUM) _____.______.___ 4iiO.d:( nnc rriiifii( If ony of the krmwn namud', 1'..,-
even a I ',...Ie| Thom... do .....____._________. 64 (Oil Dl.ltu-t Nil. | JPnlnnco .*MIH oi, ci.rtmrnttotm. ,'lIu.,1, to t b. (niorvMtirlin '
'hildren, from wee babies on up to machine or any office chai,:r twenty I Christians driven from Asia Minor !I Ollva Rny do _.........___._nu_.._ nnoci Ort. I I. 1122 ....__________ fiSLdil i laitl |ir(ii trty, in In vulBtt'iU'a or In iloml
'of by Turkish j, I...Hin Ttipmim( dn .____________ _______ 6fl.onHlioils I,. .. 'li>ln Our ,1. month I _______..._--. or a\\\\ iinh Dint' tht rp othur' p,nonn htllt *-
iftoen years age. years ago, the society has prospered military SUCCCBB, it is dj-,I Ili-nnvlt do __. __ __.. 4'!) 0(1Mn () Wnrrnnla laiiiml ____._______ _________ 1112.70 rM il n. unfit property.; ; other
Why not get your school church, until today its property in Jackson- dared at National Headquarters of > O t.. Moitmn do ..-,_____h.. __ ___ 41I1.y \ nil llnlnnce, Nov. 1. 11123 ,- ,__.__._______ 2K4.86m.lrl.t ( Hum thv ftnown minimi. di'TuniliinU. and thiintiu'
r> Moore do _________._ ....._. No. II ant rclli'ncw of inch. firmon am unknown
'lodge, Young/ People's Society Ladies ville, Pensacola and elsewhere is valued I tho American Rod Cross. Greece either -I ''nrrlo (! do .___. ___ ,_________ M,2lt I'nlnnco Od. 1. IH22! _________.__ ... 214( RO t I. Urn flumptnlntint.( mid In naiJ bill I
r.nn M j 20Mirwnr.'t .
Woman'sHub be ? IWi'iplii' ihirlng month _______.-__._-_. ."1 ...,,11, I IN .prnvt'd, *H nl nut Much. known tmmvd.
will ___ __ _
Aid, Missionary Society at over 100000. Most of this a sepulchre or a place of Shriver do __ __ L. nm WarrnntH limuiitl ______._.._..________ HI 7ff ) unknown perm in. *.
card club or other organization property has been paid for dfrectly rebirth for these stricken people I \. T>. fronbv do ____________ ______. 4\1.011!> ( hobo," Nuv. 1.WJ! ____.___-_______ UI.1I2VI."I.t : 11J'JtI: rII'!!;, It I.' ordrrrd thnt all ,...
II J. Thom dn ___________._______. ion nn No Ii 1.,1. iinnitul. or all pciton etntmintf any In-
to get:: up a turkey box for us. They by the members of the board of direc- whose desperate plight is further depicted T.vilia Oroovnr do _nn_____ __.____ (M 00 lli.lnno,, S).'t. 1, 11122: ______________ 1.11.8\l t ( ..., tutor or mutch "hrm or .ttthcr of
will I Ollio Hniruo do hn___ h_ _____. (Ill 00 Keccipta( during. iitonthnrrHMt .___.. .. .__ or ntht'rwlna. aol all nnknuwn p*>r.onacliiimintr .
will all gladly help If you only tors, the ladies auxiliary and througha in a cablegram! received by the furl Scott do I ____._.____. _._t... 41.00 \\'' miii .. .._...._n nny Inttinwt In the pw.|>.rty |i<*miniifliT .
start It.Please. few bequests through the twenty | Hed Cross from Vice Chairman A. ".. E. Oronby do __.__________nn__ 01 on 'iluncn Nov. 1, 1822 _____________ 10161l I "0..11.01." l, or any pnrt, ti."r "f. tindvr AI
__ _______ I tlui ('lot-trlii 1 IOu lrnnI .
I O"dcn do _-- _----__ 64.noT l III.if.-I I'' do your best for us, however years. The society now has a receiving -I Ross Hill who is directing relief work I). rintiuhter( do _______________._ Sll.On Oct. T. 1l>!iJ: ____________K.. 11B.34 Jiinu I'lnUk, Mnry J. Mltalipll :'Jamva I).
little that be, and please mail, home second to in the 'from Athens. WillIe Oliver do ____00__________.____ 44.Ort H. eelpta, ( durlnir, mrnth ____.__..____ Jo....... Annltt E. Ifarrlann' O. F. I'ttcn Mite ..
may none
plant H. J. Thomml do _._________.__ ____ (11.0 1 Warranla Imiuvil ________._____..__h U.2H M..., or cliht'r of thm or othorwlnei and,
express or ship by freight to the Chil country tyuilt on the cottage plan, and I King George of Greece through Dr. H J. Thnmiui do hn___._______h. .-_ 2.HO i 1'lInl..n.. Nov. I. 1II2'J( : _________._____ 7U.OI nil $piTHona. known named., or unknown jtlnlm
_______ ____ I IMntnrl No. II Inir. an inlvrwit in thii hpwhiaftfr. clf.rrlhrnlpmpirty. "
AIV4T Thiimiw do
dren's Home Society of Florida, 1901 is a credit to the society and the entire Hill, sent thanks to the Red Cross for 1'i'le I.nntlnircr, do ________n__. .____ Oil 44.00).no Pnlnnca. Oct. 1. 11123( : ____.oo ________ 8902: 1( : or any. part thertMtf. (vine' and h f- '

Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, Florida. state. its aid and expressed .the appreciation Ella: Mlnton do ._00-_'"_______________.- llfl.nn KiTi-lpta during, month -....._......__ Hcithitd(nit In llrndfnrd. ?follow county fltat of Florida, de
I Wwrranla luautil __________........... 16 00 an f
H.. L. Hall do _.____________________ .
Or live in West Florida please 44.00( r The Murthraiit Q"...",,. of the Northraat '
if home has endowment of his nation __._____._ .__ ,
you I The society ,o to the American "'m. Cr.,lir do _______.._____-________ 1111.00Mm. ( Ilnlnnca Nov 1. 1U22) n 67.02IM.Init I (7i.rtur\ ( of Suction Twanty-nln ((2111.> Town
send your turkey box to our West fund, receives no support from people. Tho Red Cross i is rapidly per. T. C. ian do ______nn___ IU.2B I' Balanea Ort 1. 1021I'.hI. \! No. 17 10.44 nhli' | Six (*III &...Ih. IUnK Tw.nty-two (U'ilKnn44 )
i Ruby Gclnni do _____ ______ _____ ._ H4.00 --------- -- --- : xovpt .1 In th 'H nithiaiit
Avenue n .....__..... aorM eornvrand
Florida Receiving Home 7th the city county or state and depends fecting its organization in during month _
Emma Andrew. do _______ _-.____ 42.70 WnrrantH (nulled ...__..__.... .... itnv Her* In th* Bnuthwwtt eorntir.AHO .
and Jordan St., Pensacola. solely and entirely on volutary contributions said 1 Dr. Hill's message Z. T. Goodmnn do ________ ____-_._- (11.011 l ( I Baluncv Nov. 1. 11122) ________________ 10.44 | lfyrinnlnir' at the Hfiuthnmt eorner of .. \
Greecl"1 0.,1I..r- h____.____-_ __.____._ 4400Mm. Dl.lrlrt, No. IK th* HmithuNHt, Q".r.ar. of the Honthrant Qimr- \
There can be no finer way to show of money, :food and clothing. on to state: B. r.rkln) do ______ .___hu_ HO.00 Ilnlnnca Oct. 1. IllliU( _____.___.__ .___ lii.AIIKreelpta : I t r of Hitctlnn( Twenty:: (i'2i)1 'Townnhip: Six
your gratitude for your own blessing Its support is very democratic, for it "Hundreds of thousands E. Thnrmiumt do ___ ._____nn___ -IJII.On' ( durlnir month ____.......__ 48)) outh, Kanir .Twenly-lwo. t ftfU). Eiut.. and .
Ietm Foe vdo ____ ___________ _. 04.no Warrants liatlHil ... 7.2BBalance run North 10ft f t. W..t SIlO f Mt* tiuuthfeot.
h ---- -- -- I .
than to do something for these little in from the school children'spennies the Loren ___ __. __ --- --- los Kant 6HO fret to btwlnnlnir.Do .
comes (gees are filling Greek cities and HftBqn! do -- *- R4.00 ,I Nov. 1, 11122 _____h_________ B.OB
who have so little they can be tho contribution of islands. I Lottie inlney do .______n_._.____ 4.1111(l Hand No. I be appvar. to the cud. bill of eomplalnt on
ones, to largest These consists largely of |I A. O. Jcnklnn do _________-__00____ BO.OO j'I Balance Ort I. 1IIU2 _____ ._..______ 1.83 or( /.. for the th* hflnn flrat day rul of. day January of thIs A. D.
grateful for. Over 1200 of them have 1000. mothers with children, who with old M. L. Paul do .,._________________ 4n.OI, Kecolpta during. month ___h__.__.... or ald bill cain will b taken a .. onfmud aualnit court
) JoMtphlnB Elloraon do 87.noJmpphlnv 'Wnrranta.. "Iwupd _________-.___....... *
been cared for already this year, over If there is any one special reason people are sole remnants of once'' ) Ellvraon do ___-_nnn-- -----_-_- 2.50 I Balance N.... I. 1ttl)2! _________.._____ T.63 you Bradford and that County tIde Tolwraph.order be publlHhml a weekly In new.-the I

0,000 since our work begun. Be sure for the success of the Children's flourishing populations driven into the Ida Chandler do ___ ... -______ ___ 4000( I. latereat *. Sinking Ne.llalanra > :'cHar of iirnnral circuiisdon., publmhvd.: In
I Oct. I. 111122 ._..________ .8164( 6 .
I ilxdyii Avant do _.__. ___ __ __ 41.BO Clark ItnKlford eounl,. KlorUU.
to get your turkey box off to us in Home ''Society of Florida and its great sea by the Turks. These miserable Ola.ly Avank do _- _____.-_ __ _____ 2.no Kicvlpta during month ___00_____.___ W1TNES8. Th. Ilonorabl A. V. Lori*.
Better start it H. li. WlitKlni. __ __ __ I I Warrant hMUed. ___.._____________... judir. of the Hld Clreult Court, and alao th
plenty of time. now state-wide undenominational work, it cold milnry .up> t oo 1DO.OO *
women -
____ _
hungry despairing I Balance Nov. I. WJUt( __ ___...
.8154.70( uiriolal ,alunatur L<
H. II. WiVKlru Inoiil ..____________- 0.17 'I' : : : I of the clrk. aa well an theulIlcial
while you're.In the notion. is the unquestioned and devoted ser- shelterless, walk the streets with babies I U W. Kleklltor board wrvlc. _._ ,__ 4.20I I II 1 llMlunfl OnC1.Interval. 1IIUU* Sinking__ _N. II TlKecvlpta uval! of .IftOQ'J.I.
..., _
Years of .. J. -Wynn do ___ ______._______. -- u -----w"- -.t- <-k'-'.n.----.. n.A 1\-. -" '
Completes First :Twenty vice that its every worker in the office clinging to their skirts. In I h B.40 during; month; ::: ::::::.... U.: W. ALDERMAN. F
many A. A. Haxn do ._______._ __. __._ _
n H.OK Warrants IKiuol| _._. ________________
ServiceOn in the field and in the homes refugee centers women who lost sons I Mra. J. T. Moor ",...bin... ___un_ B4.00 Balance Nov. I, 1922! ____________-_8408.78 A. S. CREWS. ClerIc Bradford Circuit ounty.Court.51a.MnlrHopfor 41

November. 2, 1922 the Chil have constantly given to the little and husbands from leaden Pearl Canon transportation ____,___ 48.00 !November! 1, 122. | Complainant. (S.ullI : I
gaze eyes, Eva p..w..11.I'aobln.( .. ..__'_____n___ I.00 IIRAOFORU' COUNTY -IIl-U-9..
dren's Home Society of Florida, gen- children that have come under its life over. Their. little children are R.': M. John. Ipwal. aervlea _______.__ ff.2lf STATE OK FLORIDA. C
"Florida's Great- Bradford' Co. Bank Int 2nn.77 I hereby sanity that tl,. foregoing. ulale. COMMIBSIONKRH' BALK .
erally considered as The Home has carried ------ ----
care., Society only hostages for the future of that I O. W. WainwrlKht lumber. _______ BO.OO monO of th. receipt and dliburaementa of Ifan'by. notice la given that under. and hy
est Charity" completed its first twen- out for twenty years its aim to pro- element of Greek people who first.es Drew' Co.. Ineld .RR the achool fun.). of Bradford Count*. for thamonth virtue of that ...I.ln dear,. of partition maiU
of service to the orphan white child I J. 1.. aimraona ;o k.-=:-::-::::-::: 18.80: of October 1U22! .I.. true and correct. and entomrt In the Circuit Court of Bradford
ty years vide for the need of every tablished themselves in Asia Minor B. C. Rll.y Institute) ?___ ____...._. ao.OO to the .beat of my knowledge and beliefH. County Florida. In chancery' altting on the 4
homeless, abandoned afflicted, crippled -, in the state, regardless of the need three thousand H. K. Kollejr teaching ..._____.__n_ ((1000 B. WIOO1N3.. 17th day of October. A. D.: 11123 ,In; favor of
years ago. C. E. Kollrr do __..../n___ .. 40.00 County Superintendent. H. K. tlndurhlll. Ruby Underbill and Bell
abused, diseased deserted, delinquent -i and regardless of the creed, as far as "In many barracks children and old F.. C. Willlamion- 20.20 Uml...rhlll. enmt'lalnanta. anil, aualnet c. M.

and needy children of the entire its funds would permit. lie Sob Dlatriet onrn------;; FINANCIAL BTATKMENY: : or COUNTY Underbill. Clara Cone a minor and, John C.
people day and night flies eatingat Cone. aa defendanta. the undiiralirned. eommliwlonera -
1. f*. Slnynona repaint. 3 ___._.______ I2I.A6 FUNDS an
state of Florida. Work is Known Throughout. Nation sores on their bodies and faces II:. Thorndunt meld I __-.-_____.__ 1.80 Monthly 6nanelal' atatement. nfCounty n..drord coolS) dmir will of the offer enurthoUHe an.l nell In In 8tark front .of Florida the

Exactly 9445 children have received The work of the society is favor- their future black. Emma' Andrewa teachlnir, 8 ___-___.__ 1400 for the month' of 'I.... 1122.General during the Ivgnl' houm of mle, on Monday ,
Myrtle Avant do _....____ __ tmrnt }
B 00 .
.w nh tha 4lh iliiy of Decumlwr.) A. D. 1911$.
the aid, care and attention of the ably known throughout the whole,*na- "King George thanks the 'American J. W. White A Son (nail X _h_______ a.1* Balanre OeU I 111211 .._____ .- ,ri>H7.H to the hlghmt and brat lilililer, fur each Inhand .
City Lluht Plant ______ ___ Itocelpta during month _._ _. H.26! ,, .
home this light 3 2.70 thn "' $ .. alttiateil .
during twenty -
society year tion. Scores of other children's 00 property(
agencies Red Cross for its help and extends D. C. Jonea Ineld 8 -..__0000.____._ 8.flB Warrants "laaueil .....?_.___ ______ ._IAB2.DU : and l lying In wo.i;:: county, Florida,
period of service. Of this number have sent their representativesto the appreciation of his nation to the D. C. Jnnea do 5 ..____.--____.__--_ 1.67 Balance N.... 1. I9i'i ----_..._____...4.142.64: towltl8nuthaat) S
hundreds have been placed out in selected Florida to its home study its .J. W. Morgan. do II ___-n____ __.__ 4.00 ( Pine and Forfeiture Fan Quarter of Norlhwn.it Quarter '
see American people. .J. W. Balance Oct. I. 1UU2 1-------------- SUM 66Iterelpta coil Nnrlhwmt Quarter of North..uat Quarter .
Morgan d. IS ___.._.___ 198 : :
h :: ::::: :
::: ::
homes in all of J. durlrg montn 421.03Warrants of Southwest Quarter and NorlhwvetQuarter
family parts W. _
The Morgan ._ ____
methods etc. present Superin- do 6 2.00) .
"Smallpox is spreading from [one t. W. un la.uril ......_n..-__ _..n__ HIM.110 of thiuthweat" Quarter ant North Half
the state for permanent care and legal tendent Marcus C. known everywhere Morgan do IS -n_ 8117 Blilnnce Nov. 1. IH22 _____. _________ 7ID.4II) ,
Fagg T. P. ( of Houlhwmt Qllartor of Houthweat Quarter, a
concentration Wall _
camp to another. Meanwhile do 8 ___ __ ____ _______ 2.BO Hood Fane ,
adoption, hundreds of others have in Florida as "Daddy" Fagir Greece is awaiting new floods of J.Lydla) Rroover teaching) 9 _-____ ____ 20.00 Balance Oct. I. 1K22 ____.____-______ "041Ki 21 nil! .In'"HI.Krctliin containing II. Tnwnnhlp 170 .......,6 more Mouth or lean Kantie.
been dental W. Morgan bald' 14 -- ___OMOn (.0(1 % given hospital care care has
elected twice the presidentof
been i refugees. The race is .on between the J. W. Morgan do 111 ____ ._____._ __ inn \**.rI.n1 iMUefl .__. _oo. ..... ... B. I. BICiflH.
special operations medical care. Crip- the National Children's Home and American Red Cross .J. W. Morgan do It ___ __ BO Balance Nov. I. 1U22 ____________._.. 102.06 C. A.. KNIGHT.
supplies and the 0111. Hugua teaching (10 _____ &.1111 Building Fund Comminalonuni. .
pled children have had limbs arms, Welfare Association, with headquarters fresh shiploads of people. TheGreek Dorla Henlt do 10 __ .._ _-_ __ __ in.no Balance Oct. I, 11122 ______.________. 2H7.HII K. M. JOHNS.
eyes and ears restored to normal use. in Chicago vice president of the A. D. Croaby do 7 _- q_ .__ _--_ ._ 1000 Ki...Hpla during month ______..___.__ I Molli-llur for Complalnanta. 11-3-51-131
: government has telegraphed its rep. I I Ruby Oainea do 8 ____________00__ __ 10.00 Warranta leaned -------_.._...__ ,
Scores of older boys and girls havo National Conference of Social Work resentatives in all countries 'U. I. Ogrtrn. do 13 _...___.- .___--___ 80.0l' ', Balance Nov. I. 1022 ____._________ 2H7.HU
been sent to special training schools, with Cincinnati and asking P. L. t.iutlngrr do I* _____00_____ _. H.00 l UI.., ". fund MASTKK'K: HALE f
headquarters at the utmost help from every nation H. J. Thom.. do 18 n_?__ -.! &.011 Balance Oct. I.UZ*! __.___-_______J. 878.8,1 Nolle |IH lomb. alvin that umlWr nn.1 l Itvvictim ,
business colleges etc., where they a member of the executive committeeof Alva Thomas do 18 ___nhu.-__-__-_-__ &.110 I I B*..eipta during month .__...____.._ I hut certain final 1
immediately. Z.-T. Ciiioilman do 18 Warranta lamed ............??. eliMiir and ren.hrreih
have been given special education the Child Welfare League of Amei. i Deli) L.* du IS -_.._ ..-- --::::::::=: IB g.oo::DO: I i I Balance Nov. 1. 1022 ___n________.__ 876.1.1: I A. 1. ((:! .. hy (ircmumhl A. :7tor 9

taught trades, have becom teachers, tea, with headquarters in* New York J. W. Morgan )Ineld IK ___n._________ 2.871 I I' I>reinace Fane) .r th0 ( ."" C'ourt for .. -$ County '
MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD J. W. Morgan do I __ __ .,.__.___. Italanre Oct. 1. 1U22 -*-.____.__._ __. 150 ('lurlila.' In that c..aln caime whtmln thllrmtrnrtl .
stenographers, bookkeepers, printers, City. Last year Mr. Fagg was elect II. Plgfiml do S ..,? ._____?__._______ ..08 i tti'eelpla during monthW.rrantu unn__...... Conntjr Iliink, a "".. ..... Im eomplainnnt. -
-- 3D 01) __ .
.. W. W. .
I btaued ... ... )I. defenIni.IS
telegraphers etc. Hundreds of oth- ed Illinois p A. M. Dorby do II ____ ____._______ 1.48 I l.wn.
state superintendent of the .J.. M. 00 Balance Nov. I. 11122 ____..__.-_ ... l.BO und.n" will .. .. mil.. and drll 4
Mitchell do _._____ __
S ____
Board h 4.40 Wi ... for ) brut hltMi-r,
l. In
ers have been kept with or for wid- Home & Aid at Chicago met in regular session Nov. Bradfor i < Fenalon Fend hl"b. .n.
Society County Telegraph do 8 _.__ 20 oil I| Balance Oat. I. IW22! ._ _. ______ I. front of the ponrthnuii |. In Itni'lnf ,
JIll 4:1:
owed mothers, and fathers who were but declined the offer. 1th, with allmembers present, viz:: H. Brown do 19 _.________--_.._--___. 18.00( I i liecelpta during month .___.?u....__ e..n'", Florid.o .Kooda,11..k.. 4th day
L. N. B. Hull do 3 .________., __.____00__ 10.00 Warranta Imued ____. ._____ ..____. 17.00 nf rVeombvr l'Jli4. ihirintr( the t toad .
widowers that homes and W. Kickliter A. 1.
families A. -
Much of the success of the Chil Hazen and L. C. K Cmnby Uachlnir 12 ___.,____? 8000 Blilanev Nov. I. 1022! ____ ___........ 274. (:4 hfitim of ...1., for purpose of ...t.rvln.
could be kept intact and not destroyed dren's Home Society of Florida is due J. .Wvnn. O. W. Walnwrlght( (oakS 18 ____..___ 11.11II1 I Agricultural) ) -Fund / HMiil fInal ifp..r*.. the fnllnwlnir. il*_. .l no -
I.i.on Thomaa teaching 4 _?-------J:: IK' oil" Balance. Out I. 1022 __ __._______ .18 onal' property, in Bradford County. Florida,
and scattered. In every case the to the fine group of men and women Minutes of last meeting read and Wild Oliver do 14" _________.._ ___ (1000 Iteceipta, durIng month u__.__.__..... J4 lo-wit
society has endeavored to render just, approved. T. B. Plnholater do (14 .____.____.._, 1800 Warranta laauwd .. Kiuhleen ((18) heaj of .tl cattle, anark.ed I
!i [ who compose its board of directorsand VVIIIIn Oliver do (14 n.n_____.. (10.00( Hula: ,,.. Nov. I, iij22--:::::=-_-:__--: ..$$0 Hrnnnth erop unilerhlt ..r. awallow
:\ the particular aid that each child Application for widow's fork In the other ".'. brandml' with the I let
Ladies November ( .
Auxiliary. These men and pension by We wish to thank the teaeheri for I I. 1WJ.Bradford 'fern, K. F.. together with their tncreana alnreAilgiMt

would, need. No child could possiblybe women have not only given their time Mrs.E. D. Smith refused. showing their interest In school work 8..,,, County.of Florida. 2. A. D. 1020.

cared for by the society, even children and energy( and thoughtful personal T. T. Bryant was appointed trusteeof by joining the Fl orida Educational I hereby. certify that the. foregoing, atatemenlof SpecIal O Mauler P';. KNir.HT.In Chancery. -

who were ,terribly crippled and direction to' the work, but have given Brooklyn school to fill the unex- Asnociation. undo th.of rvneiiita Biadford and Conner dmbuneinenta for tha month of the ofOctober. A. H. f(KKW3.flollcltor .for Tomplalnant.oiinpu I II.

afflicted, have ever been refused.Hun- thousands of dollars in sum- pjred term of Fred Clove nettle de IMJ, I. true and correct to the -&tU-
money, There
being no further business the 1 bent of. my knowledge and belief.
dreds are now grown to useful man- dent for many years to cover all 'of ceased.O. board adjourned to meet the first 0. W. ALDERMAN. FOR PtfltI.ICATI0N

hood and womanhood and many are fice and overhead expenses, so that \V. Barry was appointed trusteeof Monday in Ye'ember.,4. SEAL) Clerk Circuit Brailford Court County. In Circuit.. Court. Hint. ii f "I.rh''., EighthJu.ticiul .
holding positions of honor, and have every dollar of the public's money Bradford school to fiii! the unexpir- By C. A. KNIflHr.iJeouty/ (1..11 Ir..I..l County Chancery. 1'

homes and children of their ed --- .------- -. Clerk. John f*. ((r.l.n.Comt.iainsnt.. I
own. could term of T. B. : -
go directly and entirely into the Edwards who has [I
Great Economy to Entire State work for the orphan and homeless moved from the county TAW PA TRIBUNE POI'ULAIt NOTICB TO DKIITOn.l AND CNKDITORH va I 4'
All peranna lnd While it has cost considerable mon- children. Supt. Wiggins was ordered to see Mavwell. 'lata of Bradford. comity.. Florida. hla wife.tMtfcndunta. I
ey each year to care for these childrenand Funds Needed an architect pvcry month shows an increase In d,"' .....". ant ri......,..d to. pay the f gall .1$,.. ... f
are Right Now concerning
the sagging .
I ( ?forejiwlth .nd.1I penona having elalmaagalnat It appearing by affidavit, appended to the
to nave them from poverty, disease While the society has been greatly beams over the auditorium of the the number of Florld.i peoplij) who arc ( sail' .fate. ahall', ftle, the aame dulyauthenlKated. I hill filed In the .......1 caiue that AilnlnhIliictmer

vice, crime, honielessness, d.!. blessed all these years, with a won- Starke school.Application. I becoming readers of the Tampa Morning iMtratnr within. with ona the year unftorelgnwd from( dat hereof.ar admin' I defendant. *and theivln Nettie .'.....n., .hi.nonraidenfaof wife, (II'

sertlon and worthlessness The Home Tribune. Heople whir have beenI they will be forever barred.Thla the Stale of tlorldH. and they .. rent
derful and increasing\ support the : of Maggie Browning 27th day of OOto,... .. A. n. (1123. ,I.n. of the ."iy of 11'".," Slate of Mlchi-
Society undoubtedly has saved countless past i two months have shown a deficitof I for widow's pension allowed and was I reading the (Tribune for tho past 2.1I I.I w. n MAXwtr.u and are over *. ate of twentyoneyeara f
in ordered thnt aalil
thousands of dollars to the state over $3,000. More funds must be I II granted $ j per month. I years say tint there is something Adminhitrator...'.,... Eelata 10-87-lIt.13.23 J. M. Malwell.$ d. mlilnnt I."r.n.l.ol Ih.u.. ant are hereby non.refulred .
counties about it that "takes" and "holdi" (, I. the bill, nf eomplalnt flle'l
of Florida cities and and
secured at once if the great work is Thefollowing bills were audited viliil eaiue on or "or Monday thn 4th

to the taxpayers of Florida, for if tho I to go on. They will be welcomed by and ordered paid: j and that it soon becomes just as essential PITet. Cured In A to I* U:1'V"' "0. of IMwrnber.* of 'nal'l ,bill\. will. ..'he.!. taken otherwla theallegation -

children had not been rescued and given the treasurer, R. V. Covln ton 428 O.n.rml rand as their meal, that they can _. iMl: .*l refund monev I If IMZO OINTMKNT; fmLluiutl.nli r.wed by ill,l ilefendantaIt ..
<< 1. L. Simmon ......... $ .U. II nil 1retlin! $ ror Protniilliiil I'". t..aittftiCiV h ordered that 45$. order beliuliliahed
.1 _
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a fair chance in life hundreds of St. James 55,05 j always depend on every scrap news "),',, .. .rh.
Bldg., Jacksonville, or by J. L. Bimmona do ____._......__......__ S4.lIa ( :I.II'i'pl. : I ."; .1 lli'a ami$ yuj'uuu. t" once a week for four .o..n"U.t
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.tu .IJlPWlU.(
them would have grown up in Ignorance D. B. M MiIlan, treasurer.! West Flor- Rsrn..y M.Ktw. t.aehlng -_______ 611.011 i of any Interest anywhere to how up ( wrekN in the Itr.oor,1 County .
vice tin crime and disease an.Iwould W. O. Du al do .____________ 1111.00 I first In the Tribune. Our 180 Florida TELEPHONE neWNpaper" pu"llh.1. IIIJ2.laid "un., and .."
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14.00 ALOPR."N.a..11 .
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have filled our jails, prison i, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee spent J. ) _______ .. ".w |j correspondents and the full night and ) ( Clark c..o. l.oUr' t.
T barn
[ do ____.*_.. '99.AO day service of the Associated: Press We move anything. Just call 61) B, C. A. ; '.
insane hospitals and become a 'cherge I Thursday in Jacksonville. a.j g tJowU.. do _---.___.__.,.. 11I11.00 E. K. FERRYMAN. Deputy Clerk.Hulletlor .
Ina Whl. do -----.- ---..- ".110 I take's care of that. The :Tribune Is by and we do the rest. Boree's Garage. for ''m* 1.1..nl. llJ8tUl1



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!. f \ I\ ,rs -- "" .to ,,.-'-. _". Marvin Ogden, of Graham, was a |i RAIFORD .... Messrs. Earl Whitten, W. II. An- f MARKET[ NOTICE-- --.
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visitor here Monday. drews visitors to Lake Butler /
It' ::: were r
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F i ,.. r. -- .,; \ Blanche and Oveida Cannerly, ofl I I Raiford, :Nov.' 21.' -Johnnie Greene Monday. I" .w. The approach of cool weather makes

\ Cooter Pondr-were visitura here Sun- ; of Baker county, was visiting his Messrd. Clarence Ritch, Earl Whit- it no longer necessary to keep
;! I County News Items 11 day. I mother, Mrs. A. D. Andrews' here re- I ten and Emory Cribbs.%were visitors on ice. In view,of this, we, the un-
Service will be held Sunday at the I' cen tly. dersiened markets of Starke will
f ,1 ,; -=-c==._" Free Will Baptist church. Everybody Miss Helen Corlyn, of Jacksonville, to Starke last week.and Loreriu Johnson longer be open on Sundays. This no-
\,' 'I .. invited to attend. v I walt in town Sunday afternoon. Misses Susie lice to be effective after Nov. :2t:
', '" ..&1 Interesting Facts Gathered' During the Week br OurRegular Mr. and :Mrs.V.. II. Smith and ', Col. Farris, of Jacksonville, was a spent several days last week with rel- F. G. Hemingway, C. O. Crosby,t.j.

'. Correspondents. Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, were in' visitor here Sunday. atives in Luke Butler.A. J. Crosby.
,_ _,4'A I r'i r town Thursday enroute to Gainesville I D. Andrews was a visitor to
.. .. Miss Helen Nauright was a visitorto I -
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R. A. Weeks is this week j Worthington recently.Mrs. .
: spending ;
.m aI -- --- I Lake Butler during the week. Plant City has sold strawberriescw
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I 'T LAWTEY I 11 I !lows: : in Jacksonville attending to business !i Mr. and Mrs. Whitten and daughter Warren Whitten and childrenwere > York at fancy prices. The season -

1. Mayor, R. R. Thede, 74. affairs. Miss Perla, were visiting relatives visiting relatives in Luke But- !' for berries la beginning early.
:: Marshal E. E. Burney, !9 V. R. Lubedia Pinholster, of LaCrosse,i ler last week. ,
Lawtey, Nov. 21.-Sheriff and Mrs. ; ( in Maxville Sunday.
r I W. J. Epperson, of Starke, were the I I Reddish, 48.Aldermen. spent .Sunday here with friends. I| Miss Loca Anderson spent last weekend Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was a visitor The' Clyde Line has Inaugurate. .11
T. B. 'Pinbol ter visitor to I
i guests" Wednesday) of their daughter j three to .elect, AM.. was a with her parents here. here Sunday afternoon. Jacksonville to Miami service.
LaCrosse Saturday afternoon. I ,
I I''' Mrs.. George Anderson / I j I ]Blanchard, 43; George F. Young, 51; ---.-- ,
Mr. Foxworth, of Jacksonville, is -- -
Mr. and Mrs. John McCormick, of 'G.( W. Brown, 49; A. II. Harley, 33; ij _. .. ...
here for a few days visit. ... ,. : :- : '": ..
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.. Blanchard ." "( c--- '- _
i .!}fanninr-, spent Saturday at tho home J. B. Rowe, 28; B. I. : --"r-. .::' -. : _. .-
Clerk treasurer, aaseaaor and registration ? "' .rj gjry ''-
i -of Mr. and Mrs. Jessa Reddish., 1 I;
,' officer, Louis H. Hill, 60. HAMPTONHampton
Mrs. E.
Mrs. L. H. Hill, p. Boyer 'f
c. mind Miss Della Blanchard were vtui'Stor Rev. Powell, of Kinscy, Ala., has
A' r been appointed as pastof'of Grace 11.I I Nov. 24-Mrs. J. I,. Scot-
: to Starke Saturday.
t E. church and is expected to fill his ten and son, Ruwley, of Gainesville,
David Reddish, of Oconee, Ga., was first appointment the first Sunday in were visitors here Sunday. 1
f called here last week on account of j I
I| December. Mrs. W. P. Birt and children, Master
+ the illncsi of his father, Jesse Red- Marvin -and Miss Florrie Belle,
+ Ed Clark, of Wateroak, was a visitor i
dlBQ. hero Monday. were the guests of Mrs. Birt's sisters, :
i >* I I Adam Andrews was a business visitor Mary and Ada Nimmo, this week.

1 to Starke Saturday. BKOOKER Rev. Jones, of Lake City, preached
Elder H. 'V. Skipper, of Jacksonville at the Baptist church Sunday morning -

t filled his regular appointment at Brooker, Nov. 24Dr. W. E,. Mid- and evening. .. .
ti' a i the Second' Advent church Thursday dleton, of Starke, made a call here Mrs. Josephine Sullivan and ;Jts.

( and Friday evenings. Thursday afternoon.J. I. J. Priest were shopping Jngftarkethis

c g'' Mrs Hattie Black, of Wateroak, E. demon spent a few days of week. r ",*"'

visited relatives here Thursday. last week at Gainesville visiting hilt S. B. ,Price, p "'lluntington, is a

Ad/M. Blanchard and daughters visiteil -, daughter, Mrs. A. O. Kinsey. \ business visj lrtr here this week. He

relatives in Jacksonville first of G. B. Colson made a business trip will mQvtehis :family here soon. ,

S the week. to Starke Friday. .Awn Johnson and family, of Starke l
1, v" t' Mrs. David Durban and children attended I Marguerite Shriver spent the weekend have moved here and are located in LINCOLN

f tho fair in Gainesville laat here at the bedside of her lather, I the parsonage near the Christian ,

fr. i week. / Jno. Shriver, who has! been seriously I, church.
,y ;.t Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. ill. ,. ,' Rev. N. T. and B. J. King have Get Behind the Wheel

f: Levy Starling: last wellk.I Among; those) attending the Alachuacounty'fair been transacting business at the coun- .

I, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes, of Thai- ; at Gainesville last week, ty seat. ,

j; man, Ga.'spent Thursday at the home y'Rrre Mr. and Mrs. R. A. We'eks and J. J. Brannen and family attendedthe ,' .r '
f., of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes, the oc-J,'children, J.. V. RUas' and family, Mr. State Fair In Jacksonville Tuesday The ease of mind and sense of security in

1, > i' I caslon being ,Mr. Stokes' 82nd ,fthI and Mrs. L. A. Brown-and children, i,,' The driving a Lincoln endures from the minute
1." day./ I/: W. Pinholster, Mr, and Mrs. G. B. ,J. L. Scotten, of Gainesville, 'Was SevenPassengerSedan the throttle until are back
( a "' I Clifton Brown of looking after business. interests here you open
Gainesville!! spent Colson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and] !
I n, Sunday with his parenJMf children, A. A. Hazen and family, 1CK. this week. s / from the trip.

: Bun Clark, of' Columbia county, .: Brown, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Mrs.I H. B. Geiger, of Bowling
p ;: d t.\i\ V.\y. fpent Sunday with: hla sister, Mrs. Mr. .and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Inez Green-is'' visiting :friends and relatives'here j : :$4900F. The {cylinder motor-cylinder blocks set at

; 6' Y .. .. .. Jesse Jteldis Willie Mae Oliver Thel- ', this week. .Mrs. Geiger .
.... & an included angle of 60, the refinements of
Miss M tjT was, once a resident of lIampton..andIs O. Detroit
: Williams, of Macclenny,, ma Thomas and Iva Colson.
;' ,". spent Ahe* week-end with 'her sister, 1 M. P. Matheny spent Wednesday in well known in Bradford county.A. J' 1 Ten, :ixt Types which show the greatest engineering skill in ,

,ti AlrR.! I M. Tracy. Alachua'] M."Williams was a business visitor '- \ y the motor car industry gives to the Lincoln

Drew> Reddish, of Wateroak, visit- Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of Starke, to Starke Saturday. without qualification the finest automobile
ed relatives here Thursday.( gent Tuesday here with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Perry and children, Hazel -
s', Edward Marr, of Maxville, was the Mrs.. S. J. Kelly. and Grady, visited Mrs. PefVy's power plant ever developed.

i. ,. guest of relatives here Monday. Those spending the week-end..in. sister, at New River, this week..
:gn;j Mrs. C. R. Sapp of Starke': visited! Jacksonville were, Mr. and Mrs. T. C Dr. Parks, of Starke, was a professional : .

I 1 / friends here Monday. I Hazen and children, Eunice Hazen, visitor here this week. ( J. W.. ANDREWS JR.

't :". Drew-Alvarez!; of Star e, was transactln Mrs. I. W. Pinholster and Mrs. I. L. Mrs. J. T. Quigley, of Starke, has '
'I r business in town Thursday* I Pinholster. been the guest of her brother, L. J. /! FORD, FORDSON & LINCOLN DEALERSOIJD
i' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wynn. '
Burney and children S. V. Andreu and family attended I
motored to (Starke Thursday. eve the Union ,county fair at Lake Butler J+Ir.'and Mrs. J.- V. Jones 'were visiting I I II II

y ..,: '. ning. Thursday afternoon. at Lake Geneva Sunday evening. i I I
: .
'T ", '. Mrs. David Durban and children -RolI'oe Chesser spent the weekendat i W. R. Treadway, of Griffin, Ga., .. .. -.- "::'- .... ... -
motored t&; Jacksonville and Green LaCrosse with, relatives. < > who has located on the Thomas farm -

Cove Springs Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Martha\ Parrish, of DUKe,: south of Hampton, has purchased! a
ti; ( ', n. 'L. Brownlce, of Sturko, was 'n'' spent n few days hero visiting refs marsh pony to. use on the farm -- ---- -

i a/ business visitor to Lawtey. Wednesday j ,rives .

: i Mrs. E. J. ,Ward left Friday for HIGHLAND !'1i
..Rt 51. Tracy was a visitor to Manning i Jacksonville where she will visit relatives .

t : Saturday. I for a few days. Highland, 'Noy. 2J. L. Brlprgs,
4 ,
J, B. Rows! went to Plant** City on ::1 I.Y."Pinholster spent Friday afternoon of Jacksonville was a business visitor CARLOAD O'f
business 'Monday. in'Starke.' here Wednesda'y..

,# Mrs. Truby Willis and children 1 41re. F. A. Andreu aift grandda' .h- Ivan Padgett, Jacksonville, wasa f

11 'spent several days with relatives 1 in I ter, Leila Mae Andreu, of New !fiver,, business visitor here Friday.
Lake Butler. spent Sunday here at the home of S. A. A.. Crews was a visitor to Law-
I 'Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Reddish and : V. Andreu. tey Thursday. ;

i Children spent Saturday anil Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. W. dolson and I G. !I. Barker of Jacksonville arrived HORSES & MULES'C

*q 'with relatives in Lawtey. .i daughter, of Starke, were' visitors to Thursday for a visit with his
/ Rev. K.;: D. Boyer filled his appointment our town Saturday. r' "'*"' friends.' .
1a -\
at the Baptist church Sunday. P. S. Colson, of El Paso, Texas,'is Mrs. 'J. A. ,Starling and Mrs. Ev .

jnorning and evening. here on ,a visit with ;relatives. "Mr. erett Bennett were visitors to La}vtcy
i, i V. R. Reddish was transacting business Colson once resided here and has Thursday. '

.( + in Plant City last week.' many ,friends and relatives. who are Rev. James A. Conway, of Green

r ,. Ray Vaughn, of Highland, was i iq in glad to welcome his visit. Cove Springs, held regular services at

'' town' Sunday. Lacy Doke anil Dewey Bethea, of the Baptist church Saturday and Sun
t ,. "... Claude and Vernon Rowe are spending !- Santa Fe, 'were visitors here Sunday day. '
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a few days with relatives afternoon.
in Jacksonville.
r G. W. Parker and Roy Lord, of
I ;. Mr and Mrs. Lacy Dubose ch'lI.
and Jacksonville, motored out and spent
b .. Miss Louise Blanchard, of Macclen"ny dren, of Worthington, spent Sunday Sunday here with II. C. Wimberly and
spent Sunday,here with her parents here at the home of the letter's mother family. ..
d Y4 : !Mr. and Mrs. A. 111., Blanchar, Mrs. J. B. Shaw. Misses Ethel- Ricks, Winifred Vim -

!Mrs. Colon Miller and children, o-j Mr.....and Jklrs.\ P. M. Barefoot an( berly and Gilbert Parker were visitors -
." Zolfo( were called here last week on little daughter; Juanfta, and Mrs. G. to Jacksonville Sunday.J. .

account of the illness of her father, B. ColHon attended church at Miller J. Smith, of Ocala, visited rela-

Jesse n..ddi8h.1U88 Sunday. .tives here :Monday. / ak'.N h5

i4'' I \ Irene Wilkerson, of Clay.Hill 1; Ii. P. Gainey spent a few days of Bryant Reddish, Laurie Edwards y' T .CY r + .. 4w r:
visited> friends hero )last i J r- *"<
T week ..
y attending to business i in and R. W Vaughn, of. Lnwtey, were
A t Lemar Black, of( Jacksonville visited Jacksonville. visitors here Sunday.; I ; :
fay hia parents here first of the week. !Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Godwin and chit Mr.; and Mrs. W. G..Crews and little
+ Mr. and Mrs\ Curl Wooten, Mis! i' dren, of Alachua Y& /(
a were visitors here W.
son, L.
9 Eva Reddish I were visitors to the ... ,, '+Ia Vf 1 *
and James Godwin motored Sunday afternoon -I State Fair Saturday. y } ( irn 9 w*' n
to Starko Thursday evening& and Jno, Shriver, who has been gerjous- Miss Maggie Crews spent several

attended the show;' I ly !ill fur the past few days, was taken days with$ relatives in Jacksonville,

.r >}ire. ,L. K. Fulton, of Jacksonville, to Jnrt.._r'>nvilo.. ..!.- .!Vfn.._.... I......... .*.v...- __ and attending the fair
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ic-durou ac the auditorium went. He u
Sunday was accompanied byVhis
1 .ll1rs. u. u. wimberly and ZliaaYm-
;" ternoon in the interest of the W. C. T. wife and daughter:, ifred Wimberly visited friends i in

U. In the evening he preached at D.' W. Pinholster, of St. Peters, Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.
Grace church.
S burg, was a visitor to our town Mon James Godwin, of Maxville .
was It
i' Rev. C. J.
-. Uammitt, pastor of Grace days. visitor here Sunday. '

,. farewell Methodist church, will preach his Math Sapp, ,of New River, was In S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a visItor -
sermons-' Sunday having been town Monday
J I here Friday.
1 : 'I transferred to the Alabama conference G. B. Colson was a visitor over to H. C. '\imberly, Jr., of Island Grove ,
appointed pastor of his Worthington j
homo Sunday.: I
> spent the week-end' here with rela- j \ I
:, town, Kfnsey, Ala., the pastoral Lydia Groover Y
of Pine
l: ,.:, year Hill, was a tives. ,
to'begin December 1st. Ills friends visitor here I
Friday lternoon.J. .- Mrs. 'R. M. Osteen of Jacksonville,
"> regret to have him go. E. demons is spending part of returned to her home,
Tuesday aftera
tI y i ,. Y'" A large number of members and this week Jacksonville attending pleasant visit ..with relatives. We will unload of well broken stock
friends of the Starke B. Y. P. U. were the fair. "* R. W. Vaughn and Laurie Edwardsof a car

I"'}"" I program here The Friday at the evening Baptist and church.rendered'I a visitors Mr. and to Gainesville Mrs. E. M.Monday Hazen after-were day.Lawtay", were visitor* here Tues animals ,Saturday. If in need of good stock,

election -of city officers noon.
e r ': ,,.:,1\\ 1 t was. held Monday, and resulted as foi "Mr., Matthews, of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Chas. George of Law- call at sales stable take
t ;" ,1 ))1 City, was tey, were visitors here Tuesday.Dr. our and your pick.
transacting business here Saturday G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, "was a
: !r. : : ::::'i afternoon.. business visitor here Monday.

; .J, 666: I N. E. Baxter, "who has been here Miss 'Winifred Wimberly, 'Mrs. J. BOWLING & JOHNS STARKE.
:"" for the past few days visiting his pa J. Smith and W. M. Wlmberli motor.
r+ M1 : Js a Prescription! for Fever rents, Mr. and ,
1+ Colds and Mrs J. D. Baxter, re ed to Starke Tuesday afternoon.
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; speedy remedy turned to Wingate, N. C., Sunday,
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