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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:f i REQUESTS FOR CHANGES IN J-IAMPTON IE. M. JOHNS ELECTED COUNTY PETITION TO



, 1 BROOKER ROAD REFUSED> i MAN DROWNS I I ATTORNEY BY COMMISSIONERS GOVERNORFOR
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TttSTEKS DECIDE THAT LINE S'I'AUhBIAYWF.: : IN ST. JOHNS I -

ail ALL STAND I AS LOCATED I CURFEW OUDIN\NTK. I The board of county C0l11ltl.1l8iont.'rs I NEW DEAR'S 1'\ln\' REMOVALi

BY COUNTY ENGINEER of Bradford county, Florida, met in
Th. Prot'",,tunt' Brotherhood l of r r// Body of C. J. Bensley:: Found Floating I regular/ session Monday, Jan. 1, with ,Sunday evening Mrs. Ii.! A. Collins I i _

The Board of Bond Truhtees for Stark, .represented! by Rev. Daugher- in St. John River nil members present, as follows: J. and Miss Elma Robinctto entertained it itn'rs Allege Miwonduct in Office

Bradford county were in session on ty, requested tho city council at their Jl. Brownlee: chnirpian, J. \tV. Andrews by giving, a. delightful watch night I ( nnd Ask> Governor lo Act

Tuesday.! Not much business!' outside / ri-Vular: meeting Tuesday night to''I Last Friday afternoon, while the Jr., Louis II. Hill, James Reynolds party at the home of Ilk anti MI'".

of the monthly routine wan transact! place n curfew ordinance in effect ferry between Jacksonville and South I and II. 1'. Gulne)'. Collins on Wnlnut at reet. I Something of a (flurry in local political -
ed The proposed ordinance will\ compel i Jacksonville wna heading for the former Minutes! of last meeting a 1111! one The rooms of I the lower floor open- circles' has been created this

( ounty Engineer; Neff reported thath boys and<1 girl of sixteen and under I point, the body of a man was I called meeting read I and! approved. oil I en suite antI were dororntod! with I| week by tho circulation of u petition ,

had: the plans and specifications to he off the streets, unless! on business I f.'UJIIIlouting/ in the St. Johns river. Petition received from citizens of graceful growing plants. nnd cut flowpro. 1 risking the governor to remove County -

for improvements of several Intern! bv nine o'clock lit night.! U was raised from tho water amid I Lnwtey district asking t.hlltlrs.. Ruth I Games were played nnd a musical I Judge R. A. Green from ofuc*'.

ro$ds reudy and that bids for. the MenihcM of the council thought brought to land. Undertaker Marcus Ilrosky ho placed upon the pauper roll program'enjoypd<1, after which (the !1 ('ountempt'tlticmns have also been cir-

work were being advertised for/ The very well of the suggestion!' and instructed Conant was notified and the body ta- After consideration same was !:rant.1 accomplished hostess served (punch, I j rotated by friends of Judge Grown,
bid arc to be received by the board the lerk to write different |, ken to his estnblishmwrtr The body cil, and the name of Mrs. Ruth Hrosky cue, fruit and candies. I In nccord.intfc1 and it. is not known nt this time which

on Tuesday, January :'JUIh.K. cities whore the curfew ordinance U had been in the water for several \t as placed upon pauper roll with an with the t tmiilu'iu'ied' custom, time side to the controversy has the larger

L. Crosby, of Brooke, appeared in effect asking for copies of the ordinance. days. isllownnce}] of $ ) per month beginning nieiry party watched 1)22!) merge/\ Into I number of nigners. ,

.'fore the board to protest against i VVhdt the ordinnnccs are received -I Searching for means of identification I December 1, 1)22.!) 10215: and ns the t bells proclaimed, t tho I The petition. asking the governorto
several receipts and u K. of P. Petition received,! from new year they exchanged
the location of the Sturko-Bi-onker( the council! will ngnin take up citizens of (greetings take action rendS follows: ;
I the matter and card! were found, all bearing the J i'rooker and vicinity asking, that Al] and good wishes. .
road across his lunds. After a full probably place one in Starke )Flu, 1>,.1'. 28, 1S)32.
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tiAcussion of the subject the hoard I I effect. S name.of C. J. Beasley. A watch, some fed Tyler and Annie Tyler bo placed Among the guests were Mr.' tint! I I Hon. Cai-y A. Hardcv

'lr.!liried to make any change) in the I '\JUrkc'; '", curfew, it was suggested!' i money and a check book on the Waldo "!Ion the pauper roll and after consideration Mrs., J. L. Peek, Mr. anti Mrs.' C. A. Governor! of thu ''Stateof Florida,
could bank were also found. The authorities the ubovo named Fi.tch, !Misses!: Elma: RobiJwth'Iadl.'l1\ Tallahassee
""ne and the matter was amicably! seti.ifed lie sounded,,( by a blast of the persons Fla.We .
: by Mr. Crosby agreeing to deed- whistle at (th,. municipal plant. I I !' then wired the bank mentionedfor I were ordered! placed upon mid pauper Middleton, Itlnnchc Allbrighf, of !I the undersigned' citizens "t

,i right of way across the lands information about the dead man's !roll and be paid $2.50 each: per Gainesville! Thelmn Ilrinson! )l''i t 1\'n..1\ Bradford! county, Florida, respectfully!
in relatives, anti the reply came that month. Matthews, Ruth (Otwell, ..f l.( iiMliiest thnt honor
IIAKOLD your from
tljrnHt ion.nesiey. C. WALL SELLS I'SIIUI'Jl'j remove
1... .. INSl'RANCE:' : : ; BUSINESSOne I Mr. Bensley's home had bl't.nVald Repot I of inspector: of marks and Munrnret Long, Audrey Johns. oltlco the I Iron[ : I R. A. Green, county
; rogg, or u run am, UPI''ur'u I and that ho hud two sisters! living brands received from" T. N. Kendrickand Griffin, Blanche! McNeilViiijimrtl Judge of I lirndford
county, Florida.
to protest against!' a change in tholinfO I there. They were communicated with I same ordered filed. Bishop! of i l.nkchind] \, of the Sturke.Br of tin business deals' I dissatisfaction
ok'r road h.erctoforc made to
<> mill in turn notified other relatives. Notary public- bond of OS. C. Whito Johns. Carl. Johns W. M. Wninwrlght among the citizenship of said
the
N1'f'lIr county
asked for Thos. Wnsden open was completed(
by on
: It was decided to have the remain I presented I and approved. R. Brinson, Jim Kjc'kliter T. Randall, as to the In
manner which the'said
Jle stated that Saturday last( when Harold] C. ""
to make the
change 1111./I
interred in the family burial lot at The board 1 pursuant to notice offered I Hollis Knight; (Jus r'.emley: Joe. Honorablu R. A. Green has conducted'
local
fromtdlllien's would il1 UrlllH e agent, disposed! of his
property simply Hampton, and they wcr; forwarded the county convict lease antI T. J. Wciinwrght, Harold]<1 Wnll I und Mr.Beery the affairs of tho office, arid
,, we charge
moan a larger donation of land by business to (r. 1U.! Itimnn and J. H.Iliteh. :
to 1 that place Saturday, when Knnlib Wilt considi-iud!' the highest and of Ocaln. I hat he is fen influenced
fur
him tbat'suchurtion The will do business gain i i.
and that he did not feel new owners
Director 1) C. Jones took best bidder" for
FunerUI/ same ns follows: All -- his ofTi.-ial acts.
was just to him. This rmitteih under (the name of Ininan & /
Charles Jackson Beasley able bodied( colored male PROPERTY CHANGES
: prisoners The
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petition, it will bo eI... .
been uniRr! advisement; by 'the Ritch, and W'll have their offices in seen,
near Hampton 50( years ago. lie was ( per month who lire sentenced for not. ninko
t specific charges. of mise.mJudge .
the old Bradford Bank build! I -
bnard for some time, and. the discussion County u single man. and for some years had three months or more, and nil other Two HHOH| nf Wnlnlil.' tttrnnt- : nrnn-'" ".1.....#''

1 Tuesday resulted' in n vote to ing. lived at Waldo. The probable date of i i able bodied colored piisonors nt $12: I city wero made during this week.: K.:: : Green, when asked about the
Mr. Innum will have active
>et the line stand as located: by the Ii'rm. : management his denth wns December 26th, and Yin per month. All white prisoners!' $1(1( R. Poppell sold\ his cottntre I to Prof. matter, Kald! that Im did not fear th.
of t the new ( Jlr. Hitch
"njPineer. hnd, liIelylone/ to Jacksonville to j per month. S. S. I Dowling) j principal(/, ,I of I Bradford fullest investigation of all lila official
The board, adjourned to meet next will serve m a silent( partner and his spend his holiday vacation. He had I |Ii There being no further business the High I I School!, and, the Bank of Sin rkt!? U'tll. and (hat on learning of the circulation : \
interest in the insurance business wil
Tuesday, when bids, on lumber and yrobably fallen into the deep water I i board! adjourned sine die. I IC sold the residence' lot situated, betweenthe of the petition asking Im
not conflict with his duties cashier removnl -
he. as I
machinery will received and con4klered. I from a dock, and being unable to | :. W. ALDERMAN I | home of J. M. Al]varm'z rind tho he hud written the '
governor
of the Bradford County Bank. Tho
i ,'swim had drowned. The fact that I Clerk und Auditor. W. G. (Powell residence lo W. M.Wainwriglvt asking, thut he Bend Someone hero .U
,. .. ifflft* nf the new firm will be onen at t{
------- -- there were no murks of violence on stale bank examiner., make a thorough investigation. .
all times; and according to Mr.\ Inman 'I;
PROTESTANT BROTHERHOOD! ) IS the body and the valuables had not Tuesday, January 2, 1U2I1) : the board! Moth of these pUI''hlll"' are pleasIng -
WWE.A WAKE if you can't see him during the day, been removed, makes! this supposition! elect, to-wit: .1. M. Brownlee, Louts to Stnrke people. In the cast ol .
him at night for lip is II. A. BISHOP:
why !see a PURCHASES I
I plausible.The H. Hill!, James! Reynolds, H. P. Gainoy Mr. Dowling bvcautio it gives hope
J. M. Mitchell, treasurer of the very light sleeper. I deceased was a very popular and S. J. Prescott, for the ensuingtwo thut we may consider< him na permanently LAWTEY TELEPHONE. : : Kt.
his
Nr.'all has not made known
Protestant JRrotherhood, learned that man and had many friends, who join years met at the courthouse at ] associated with the school. system -

1 there were'two young chaps around intentions for the future. the bereaved relatives in flouting his I 10 o'clock a. m., und organized) as aboard of the county, nnd in the enio of I II. A. Bishop; prr>prietor of the .

the depot on Tuesday night that the :MISSIONARY-! -- -SOCIETY-MEETING-- ; untimely departure. Of near relatives I of county commissioners by Mr.! Wainwright because' it shows thnt Starke Telephone Co., has purchased .

police were liable: to pick up. lie :MONDAY: he leaves three brothers, O. \LBensley electing J. M. Brownlee chairman of ho still retains his interest in Starkc, List Ijiwtey Telephone exchange and

fonnd them and ascertained they I of Stnrke. D. B. Beasley, of said board for the term of two years. I I even though his duties take him elsewhere ] hat! reopened; tho place for bUHi''''HS.
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were from Naugatuck, Conn., tryingto The busini.s' meeting of the Methodist Gainesville and J. M. Beasley, of The chairman then announced that I for the greater part of tim The deal whereby Mr. Bishop became

get to New Orler.ns. They had no Missionary; Society was held on I Hawthorne; and five sisters, Mesdames -I the board was ready to proceed with i time.Mr.' owner of the Luwtey l Exchange wall

money and had nothing/ to eat for 2.1 Monday afternoon at the church, Mrs. F. F. Geiger and J. F. DeSha, the business properly presented.,) I Poppoll's plan for the future consummated( un 'Saturday, when W.'

hours. They were in Mr. Truby's L. A. Davis presiding. of Waldo, M. Geiger, of Bowling I Application of K.: M. Johns. for appointment are not known, but It is hoped that C. Wooten, former owner, nrid Mrt

warehouse huddled up in a corner Arrangements were made to give a Green, S. L. Kramer of Tampa, and j I of county attorney received' he will continue his residence here. Bishop reached an u I'.m'nt. .

when found. They were brought to the reception at the parsonage in honorof Ella Thomas, of Reddick. nnd was unanimously elected to nerve Several weeks ago the Lawtey tel 1.

restaurant by Mr. Mitchell]( and after Rev. and, Mrs Simpson, and this A great concourse of relatives and for the term of tO years. The board BAPTIST ('ii LIlICli BIT ILE'I'IN: ophonit company! Hiispi>nded service im

II square meal! were taken to Hotel pleasant affair took place last evening friehd of the deceased were present I paying for one-half time and the account of lack of patronage, it In.
Marion and !lodged; for the night. On at the interment to pay their respectsto board of public instruction paying for Visitor* "id new scholars were in said. By the acqifmition Mr. Bishopwill

f 1 Wednesday they were given a day'sw The officer-- of this organization for the nwmory of the departed one. one-half time at a !salary of $75 per evidence last Sunday in the Bible benefit the residents of Iawteranil

Hull also 192S: are : I STARKE'S BONDS MAY on an exciting character now, since class, uninterrupted service. In addition
Mr.
secretary of the order. President, Mrs. L. A. Davis. I Dr. K I,. Higgs:; and Dr. W. K. Mid-
gave them dinner, supper and lodging First Vice President, Mrs. O. L. HAVE TO FK RESOLD dleton each submitted applications for the Francis Clark ship has passed the Mr. Bishop will build a new

i and sent they on their way Thursdaynotning Hnynes. the appointment of county physician. David Livingstone, which has led in telephone line between T/uwtey and

Second V'i.e President, Mrs. E. K Sale of the $3t>,(UK() bond Usue for Ballots were prepared and cast, and the race over half the way over the Starke, thus eliminating the troubles.

I, Two clean, young fellows]( saved enlarging< and enairing the municipal Dr. E. Lk Biggs was duly elected as World course. To add! to tho interest, encountered in the past. 4

from the road gang. Better join the Perryman.Recording Secretary, Mrs.!!! J. W. electric lant may be null and county physician for the term of two one of .thee classes] In made l up of The Lnwtcy l Exchange was reopened

Brotherhood and help make men in- White. void. At least the Caldwell Co., pur- years at a salary of $50 per year. girls and the oth;r of hoys. The qU'Htlon for business! on Monday morning.

st..ad of criminals.! Secretary, Mrs. C. chasers of the bonds, state the sale of Application received from J. B. now Is, who is to get the prize, Culls to any part of the United State
Corresponding the bonds was not advertised long Cowart for janitor for courthouse and the girls or boys ? Come and add .
: i't'ek.Treasurer.
/ L enough Their bond, attorney claims, jail, stating that he would do the workat the splendid spirit of the .school, and Bishop will spare no expense in giving
/1 1OUNG ELOPED Mrs. J. II. Ritch.
COUPLE ( ) :SATURDAY have share in the outcome, of theraef' to the people of 24-
Chairman Social Service Committee the advertisement should have appeared a salary of $10 per month. Appli- a Luwtey good

Mrs.!' %V. Middleton.; for 60 days, while it appeare.11only cation received from John Muck for i The school( meets at !>::45 H. m. hour telephone-service.
30 As this is. technicality Divine worship at 11:00: with a sermon
! of Supplies, Miss Olive Ray. days. a mere janitor for courthouse and jail at t')5:
Miss Eula Lee Holtzendorf, daughter Supt.Leader of Rending Circle, Miss it Is hoped that a resale will per month for three months and $25: by the pastor on "How High Do MIIS. NKFF GIVES! DANCING:

of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Holtzen not be necessary.In per month for nino months. Board You Think ?" 'fhe ordinances of baptism I'AItTY .

dod, and Floyd Green, local attorney, Amelia Ray.Chairman Parsonage Committee, the event no adjustment can be I agreed to accept John Mack as janitor and the Lord's Supper will be
eloped Saturday last, hastened to made, the bonds will have to be read- at $30 per month for three months observed during the service. This being Mrs. 1' rI. R. NVfT entertained delightfully -

I Lake Butler and were married thereby Mrs. Emily Philips. I vertised and then resold. and $25 per month for nine month the service of the year, nil members at a dancing, party ..Satur _

Judge A. C. Strickland. News- of DANCE The board proceeded to select 300 are asked to bn present, with day evening at her home on N. Walnut -
r the young couple's marriage came asa NEW; YEARS CARD OF THANKS names from the registration books their familiesr utrei't, complimentary to her sister

I surprise to their many friends and! i Edward for jury box for the year 1023. B. Y. P. U. meets at (6:30.: This is I Miss Williard Bishop, a student

relatives. I Mr. and, Mrs. New Burns Y'ar'lIdance were We desire to express through this Upon motion the board agreed to one of the best services of the day. A of Southern College, and Miss Lola

Following their marriage; at Lake host and ho-tess! at club the house Tues- paper, our heartfelt thanks to our have all regular meetings on the first large number of the young folk are I Allbright, of Gainesville.

Butler, which was witnessed! by Mrs.A. given at the friends for their kind sympathy and Monday In each month unless otherwise always In attf'ndHnrei; and the mannerIn Gay profusion of poinsettius, holly

C. Strickland and Mr. IL A. HarP day evening of floral offerings, and to the Baptist designated by l law. which they conduct the partS'" of and Christmas bells, effectively CAr- \ .

r, Mr. and Mrs. Green left for Lake The recen ng line was Burns composed N. D. church and choir, who were so kind I Ito There being no further business! ,. their program indicates the progress! rying/ out thu Yuletidiv Idea of red! and b .

City on their honeymoon. They returned Mesdames Hdward J., M. Alvarez : us during the funeral service of board adjourned to meet on the first I I they are making In art of conducting/ green, entwined the stairway uiul

to Starke on Tuesday, coming Wainwright F. L. Turner G. M., Inman P. our dear sister, Mrs. Agnes B. Gore. Monday in Fe bruary, 1923. ,r. religious meeting. It in simply mantels. Three rooms of the lower
..*. Jacksonville. For the present W. E. Davis, R. S. Humphrey and Family. G. W. ALDERMAN. splendid I IDivine floor were ripened en suite and cleared -
and E. Ca-
E. Canovn, E. L. Biggs/ E. at 7:3'' The 1 for Just before
'II r. and Mrs. Green will, reside with Clerk and Auditor. worship : pastor dancing. midnight
Mr. Green's nova. Receding at the door were Mr announced last Sunday evening that the hostess, assisted by Mrs. G. A.
' parents. NEW YEAR'S DINNER
\ Both bride and groom and very well Burns and C. A. Knight. BIRTHDAY PARTY h. would' respond to the request! that Collins, served brick ice cream and

l"' own In Starke and Bradford count The favorwere cunning little he present the subject of Evolution to hot chocolate with red and green loud
Mr. {the wooden hornt. Bobby Swanson's orhestra Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek entertaineda the pupils of th t high school, and that cakes..
Green in
Is engaged/ prac- of Gainesville: provided the family dinner party on New Year's Mr. and Mrs. Claude Underhill
tw! of Jaw here World War vet.to"'lJ next Sunday evening this would be The /guests Invited to this affair,
and is a fraternal music for the evening.A day, at their home on West Madison gave their children, Marie anti 'Soio- the topic of his sermon. But becauseof which proved most enjoyable, were
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a member of several of the number of out-of-town guests street. The guests/ Included Mr. and mon, a birthday party Tuesday after some of the young people being Misses. Ethel Griffin, Florence Mat.thews .

orders. The many friends wed- enjoyed the dance with the Starke Mrs. C. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. noon, at their home on North Cherry away at hat time, the Herman will be Blanche McNeil, Sudlo: Lee

.young."-I life.couple wish them a happy people. Perryman, and son, Mr*. C. F. Sayles, .street. Solomon bad reached his postponed for a week: or two. Announcement I uoison; Margaret. Long, Ilulda and

of Miami; Carlyle Peek of Chicago! eighth anniversary on New Year's will be given when the Thelma Brinson, Elma Robinette, Audrey .
theusual
. Upon their return to Starke bestowed, o) UEST.SF..SMr. : ]Miss! May Peek, -jf Jacks snv.llc, Mr. I day and Marie was six on the second subject will be discussed, so that no Johns, Mrs. G. A. Collins, MM-

parental blessing was and Mrs. S. L. Peek and children, Mr. day of the year. .... qne will be disappointed by not knowIng srs.'' Ras Brinson. Gus Beasley, T.
lon the
newly weds. H. A. Obrest and Mrs. Mabel and Mrs. F. IL Long and children, The children played (game in. the l of It. Randall, Carl Johns, Jim Kicklitcr,

Reddish Seals were married Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children yard and had a merry time hunting On Sunday evening Dr. BuIIen will Jim Godwin, Harold Wall, Hernias

BIG hOGS Dec. 26th, at the home of Mrs. C. C. Miss Ruth Otwell, of West. Palm peanuts Elizabeth Williams receivingthe speak to the young; people of the POll ton, Joe Wainwright, Charier .

Starling. Floyd Green performed the Beach. prize for finding: the most nuts. church and the community, the subject Johns. Eugene Corpening, Clark Berry -

Rev. F." B. Johns, of Starke, who ceremony in the presence of a few Mrs. Williams served the children being, "The Strength of Youth." of Ocalu.

owns. a fine farm on New River, has friends: Roy Edwards has procured, thru: with cake, lemonade and candy just Seats will be reserved for the young ,

large herd of hogs, all of improved Mrs. Seals is well known here and J. W. Andrews, Jr., a new portable before their good-by were said. folk, and we look for a large turn out Dr. and Mrs.. Nelson Dunn wb* :

breeds. Lately he sold to Brady has numbers of friends who wish heron sawmill. Mr. Edwards has erected of the 'youth. have been the guests of Col. and Mr /

Brown,' f Dukes, two sows, the live > voyage on the matrimonial sea. the mill on his property just. north of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and little D. E. Knight, left ,Wednesday for Ft.

weights of which were respectively, Mr. Obrest Is an employe of the S. A. the corporation line, west of the San son, James Everett. arrived Saturday Mrs Oscar Alvarez: and son, J. G., Worth, Texas. They are enjoying as

)20 and 440 pounds. No attempt had I.. railway, and formerly lived in derson road, and will saw the timber II from Baltimore, Md., to visit hUr'lar- who have been visiting her mother, extensive automobile tour, having

been made to fatten these animals ex Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Obrest will needed In improvement of th.. proper- j ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jon s anj Mrs. Lalla Chuce, returned to Jack motored from New York City to vinit\ .

certto_ put them In a peanut pasture.. make their home In Starke. ty from his own trees. others. sonville Monday. : relative In this and other states. ,

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I",; FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY, 1922.
1.1', BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAMI. STAUKE.

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-;: ENORMOUS SALE OF FORD CARS ; SKNATOIt FLETCHER'S AMENDMENTS as may be prescribed by the Secre- had been laying outside the three-to I men Piers also in vigilant the North and East river-
," CRNSUfc: UUlU'AU11,[- !STARTKST1MATK tary of the Interior." mile limit, awaiting opportunity
I 1 ] ; ADOPTED I1Y ( ,
";; : : OP WEALTH IN I'.S.: i 'O'iGUES81 The bills originally/ reported to the run tho gauntlet into the city. and along tho Brooklyn and State.

I You, no doubt have noticed recent i Will (tiring Increase: in Indian Ward i Senate and the House provided that Federal Prohibition Zone Chief Island water fronts were under
When' Federal about the wonderful salos amazed when he learn. sharp watch of customs men; lip
'. New Issues Coming news items I Pensions (<> Floridians I the increase should not become effective Appleby was .
Ford Motor Company has II of his said and while- the smugglers in
; Debt Increases, HoimtM Rule record the unless and until claim was filed ed that the hansen, flagship
yt and the record 1 the outer bay, they would be ableto
made this year, especially The senate and the house have finally for same with thu Commissionerof I "dry fleet, was tied up at her pier.
of the eight months. the give a lively chase in the harbor
past "I she patrolling
thought was
amendments would have
agreed to adopt the two Pensions. That com-
thu
The decennial determination by said he did not believe
wealth of the I Beginning with April first mora proposed by enator Duncan U. pelled pensioners to lose considerabletime Narrows," ho explained. Applcby
census bureau of thu there trim two orthree
I were! now more
retailed '
Pye people of the United States-what i than 100,000 cars have been Fletcher of Florida to the general incur additional expense and result Appleby immediately got in touch vessels off the.
? j large liquor
eight -
'; taxes they and the amount of the each month during the past J pension bill. in annoyance by professional pension with Captain John II. Dysart, commander within dill-
pay three-mile limit striking
"" public debts, stale, county and, city, months. While it is not unsual for i The first amendment provides: attorneys and events/ and this I of the Hunuen. It ,developed There had been ten or fifteen
tance.
retail
and other sub-divisions permitted to I the ,Ford Motor Company to I "That from and after the passage Senator Fletcher desired to obviate I that a mysterious order had been received -
between Cape May,
the reported
+ ,' issue securities--will be started Jan. spring loo.dOO and curs early in u summer month during months, it |lof this act the rate of pensions to the I and finally overcame by showing how on the Hansen to have her N. J., and Boston before the storm,

n lat. Officials iiiid their plans were I is most remarkable that this record, soldiers of the various Indian wars unjust and unfair such a provisionwas. engines repaired, but the authorityfor but he was satisfied he said, that

: virtually' complete for the work, and : and campaigns who are now on the the order could'not be learned. the
had to
crafts
has been maintained, through Nov- I some of these tone
t : it is expected to he completed in about ember, and more, than likely throujl'hIhc'mher. pension roll, or who may hereafter be 1 1I The pension or increase of pension The rum chaser then went to her bottom of the sea
six mont} placed thereon under the Acts of July : effective :' her engines taken
bl. +s. Just think for the first i provided in the bill will become dock and were

Much interest attaches to the census eleven months 1,200,000, Ford earn I 127, 1802) June 27, 1902:!, May\ :SO, 1908, on the fourth day of tho down

I i, of the public debts, becnuso of the have been retailed. |for, under the Act of March 4, WIT, month following the aproval of he All this followed discovery! in the Be Wise-Advertise _
I Ii I :;
h' shall be $::10 month, and that the I
move for a constitutional amendmentprohibiting per measure! by the President, and it is crew's on the Hansen todayof
Now, there( is bound to be some of the widows of solHorn quarters Worm In a neallhy Child
rate pension to No
the further issue of tux i believed" that it will be approved by
twenty t of liquor< alleged to
cast
+..u exemption bonds, and because it is mighty god reasons for the remark- ( of the various Indian wars and him before January 1st. I All children troubled with Worms have en unheulthy ,
1 able sales of the Ford car this year. have been part of ft cargo of seventy color: which indicates poor blinKl sad ass
not known the lertgth to which campaigns who are now on the pension I Btuiuufh, ctblurbaw
now t
4 seized on the schooner Linnio rule there IS more nr ass
wY'rtm: the sale of tux exempt securities What aro they? First, many improvements i roll or who may hereafter be cases (.lOVES J;; TASTELESS CHILL TONIC (liven, reeve'
.; which have lately been made placed thereon under said Acts shall $7,000,000 WORTH OF LIQUOR: Bell several days ago. )larly for two or threo weeks wIP enrich the bliw
oflkials havesnlil
have Itofl.Trelllury/ SLIP INTO NEW YORK CITY the dl ftotlon.and art an a scnrrolytrrnpnrnliiiJ 1 "
on'ord the low level When told Captain Dysart improve
1i4., repeatedly, that the continued issue cars; second I be $20( per month' Appleby Tnnlc to the wholo"y tcm.. Nat urn will II\.>.
of offering to the public the that since the Hansen had docked ,. Ih"ChllIwll./!
-
+I' prices, These pensioners now receive, ender throw oWn diesel trioworma >
y of tux exempt securities bus forced I .
r; ; lowest ever offered on any New York, Dec. 30.-With the under her she should In mrteethedtb, Pluunt_...h-6Oc.r. fault
r a much higher federal tax rate because prices the $general law only $20 and $12 own power

.. !:i of thu tendency of largo tux automobile.We I!| per month, respectively, and the in-I,''of tub-chaser Hensen, federal dry navy put to sea at once. to watch the liquor ++t'+++i++f+++++++H'++++++
; at
the the port of New York, tied up
informed
are now being suplicd by smuggling craft, he was -
I crease obtained only through
payers to invest in that form of so- wits / l
tei Ford Motor Company with almost as : the Eatery with engines disabled, the Besides
dismantled.
>+ i'urities.KfforU! I most perserving efforts of Senator the engine was Ii
; a' many curs as we need, duo to the fact I Fletcher, for neither bill as originally I Narrows was left unguarded/ tonight said Captain Uy-urt, the removal -i; i Have Your Car Equipped \ \
will bo made the
t once !Hum long enough for fifteen rum runners I With
I '
that our friends in the North cannot a
kl; e of tho tux exempt securities is ofli- i reported to the Senate or the : of members of his crew in
to slip into port with nearly
use! them twelve months in tho year
VAPORIZER"Saves
to establish the cost House provided for an increase. connection with the twenty cases "CYCLONE
dally computed
i4Of; with the comfort vie enjoy In the seven million dollars' worth of liquorfor I ,
w It in said that there are about n shcrthanded to I' I
of''
to the American people as u whole "Sunny South." With the winter I New Year's, the police department had left him too i gaiotincftves
n 1 the continued issue of tax free bonds. ,. thousand Indian War veterans and' advised start on patrol. (' more power
t' season over, then tomes the bigspring was Makes starting
i widows residing the State of Flor1 taay
v The census of ten years ago (fives no demand for Fords ull over the / in I The fifteen little vessels are be- With the Hanson ou1 of the way ,

,-$, criterion for estimating tho present country. Working twenty-four hours i 1 Ida alone, and that a majority of lieved by prohibition officials to A PP lob 3'. endeavored to press i Price $4.50 Installed at +
.., those veterans saw service during the
outstanding amount of such bonils, it available small Lout into ser
{ have aboard at least 00,000 cases of every
ouch day the company cannot supply
;: j is said by illicials, who ,pointed out the demand.It Seminole Indian Wars i liquor.< They represent only a part vice to head off the blockade, runners. i % BOREE'S GARAGE i
tylt that the wartime and pout-war issues. Tho second amendment provides: I Ii : I
He said the Narrows/ were guardedly
has always been our aim to satIsfy of the fleet of rum laden craft which ::

of securities of political sub-division customers. It will always be i "That the pension or increase ofpension since.a few days before Christmas I, police' pal-o's and the matt gUll r.l t rn++ I I-+++++++t t++++++++'tI
had tremendously increased the total. '" herein provided for, us to
: our aim to please them and nut disappoint -
+ :..1,1 The new issues, at was asserted, all personsihone names are now on I
thl'mVe disappointed
; : { many
tho roll who in
pension or are now receipt -
p' hud come lit u time when the ft.dl'mlovornll1..nt last spring because of the big demand I
of n pension undro existing law, i
,; was incl'eusinJ! its own all the
could
l and we not get near cars
shall at the rates herein
: debt and taxes at a rate unequalled business commence Foremost Center
i tho nation's history. Tho foderal government ivcded. With tho splendid I provided on the fourth day of the Alachua County's Shopping = = =
condition; we are now enjoying, we of
next month after the approval

IBH hud been forced consequently to pay,higher it was interest said lire rush looking we have for ever tho hadund greatest there spring are this Act; and not as to periling, the whose Shop Through Our Mail Order Department.

mimes are now on pension
rates and raise its taxes to unprecedented I to be dianppointc'd because -
going: many
roll, or who are not now in receiptof I
ai' : figures because of the /How can't the demand.Many .
we suply
: a pension under existing law, but
of tho into the bonds which
money their Ford cars
:
are buying .
i r paid/ tuxes either on principal or in who may be entitled to a pension under -
now to avoid being disappointed( : in the provisions of this Act, such : : J. .
terest. I JIQ.r ..
the spring. I
I pensions shall commence from the --
Collection of the data by the cony don't and 11iI. l I'
.. Why you buy yours now date tif filing application therefor in l
y, HUll bureau Is regarded. by its officials not take any chances We. urge you the Bureau of Pensions in such forming I lService

k i 118 one of hits 1 hardest tasks, second to buy now while wo inn supply you : = "AIN.VILLE.FLORIDAI

74t ; only to the census of the population.( : with what we want. We don't want the coming year, we lire, I I

.; The bureau's representative!) must go you to he disappointed.' I Man your Yours truly,

." 1 : into every county in the union, and in order now and, we will get you tho J, W ANDREWS, Jr. Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and

;'. some instances will have to search i type you want as soon as posible.AxMiring Dealer, Ford-Fordson-Lmeoln ,

tie records of schools and road districts I you of our constant aim 1'. S. Have you noticed what' an Notions in Central Florida.

.I,i I to serve you well, and wishing you especially wonderful value is offered

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I ...-..... ,a.Itr.er. .. ,. .. n' '*.. A VIGOROUS BODY I

A ""....Ion nmody for lck ho d.eh.
Live Stat Nevs con.tjp Uon, i Nearly Half A Million of Resources

Tuffs Pills
urvaaka.ewa.wa.vwwawn..r.ur..rn..u,-.IV ...'"....aknn.ja n Ii ft

Told by Our E nges.: go beneath, their housiwas, the, oxperletiee I ,

i of three n,' r"1in a frame
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i JT*n\f\t1\\fto rfi rYii1 i irtlWM El nif ti!HH flilTlfTHH?!i.rTliyir,, l ''>'!\ I
;fI'1'I\lIW.--------- -' '''WWWUlliIlalKIIlIlllllllWIJIWWU'' shant-v near the county hospital at I

.JBIIU- Page colored was ,hot anilillrd ) ii B hy the ?raijury! against IJradentown: early Sunday morning. I I The Bank of Starke takes in the
Monday; at noon by JtlS" 1'er- j nd,! Aliingn, rV'imii, broth 'The house was wrecked but the thr'eI pride submitting to

tans, ,mother negro at a smll negro III !Hum riurnettcrhc men rs'l neiirooH escaped injury, despite the 1 pubic the following statement its condition the
showing
'II.'nwnt near Sanderson. Ii, January 8 circuit court. !, fact that he blast ripped out the flooring I at

U( 'Inn .\. Speni' federal In-' beneath n bed occupied by two of I clos a of business o.i: Saturday December 30th 1922 "
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rue office of the comptro'er' M n .1 'nt' I i., here assist in the them tons tho wrecked t from under ,

ii-.s\;r place in Tallahassee jst now I ion. I I the house und an iron box

': the thousands of lieensetai': : foii 'stove. I ResourcesLo

,imobiles are being mnile out. m"IIIll's-; thiefiullud Liabilities
,i'i<< a and
and Discounts
the largest
luw-'I' Four prisoners unit s $119,823.81
rI uni 1 I.
at t. Ice the '
most complete still ever captured ;'i 0, i drafts 314.36
n ''leu III'I' d and Capital Stock 15000.00 '
> harks' K. Bronson: of ItU formerly n this state were tho results of a ru.d: House
II >r l>u\, the i stand and BaLing Furniture
of East Fort Myers.wat- we the Surplus and Undivided
oven miles from Dado City nvnarrested i
.t+ ..ntlr killed when a tnu-lr '.'.Inch II violet'' box of, Anastasia's being J. '1'. Gooselin, A. ..1.Howman i nd Fixtures 9,187.69 Profits 6,033.68

II. was: driving on his Tin! :, 111'1't ;.1] ( ,rhiinh' Thjh the exact Will Charber and L. T. i I CI ns and other resources 230.84 '

+' .,rtle. J$ I of lII..n".1 stolla not known, I II 1'enrcoall. Prohihition agents say U !. and Municipal Bonds 35.500.00Deposits )1383589.24

V ,I ii'M'l' h.\ the oroh author-! !' that GooBclm is now under bond uf : C I Items 139.04 Certified Checks 124.90

(:ieurgv\ Brown of Bru\v.ei, mil : hue Linn' a aJ-BiKcd, sum, $,000 on another moonshine charge. I Chon l Hand and Deposited Cashiers Checks
1// Ii tIn box ,ad not been 1.136.17n
math Sunday nUht about U i>Mmk as The ntill (captured which was found I[

a the phosphate mine jut ; Hiuur e for &onie tin)>I I in 1den lie swamp near Goosehn's i i other Banks 2tl.03S.25 .. .

when he in some ninnnccnme i in homo, was a huge copper ulTair i of Tola! Total $406,233.99This
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rwitml with a live 1.lpctritIr llif I' :--auiiiltis, red, is dead, 200! gallons capacity, with a four coil $4C6,233.S9! .

wire striking him at the km \on) one 1 to have IvenVictim of worm. Forty-live barrels of stash

'C and on the ankle at the tier In, 'i ist t mas. shine Friday POi-I' and thirty'live gallons of new run I !

'! 4th was instantaneous I hough, Ins: (i.itma|: toddy inoiinahine! whiskey were! captured at ,

irli' lie! :took irink.. Within I the time and were destroyed.Ten II

Don Miley, Hillsborouuh;; counu,' I 'is he was id, the direct ,

,''y, who won the bo.\s' mm ib i ont I' hit death l llfj 1 acute indi- I negro prisoners!!! .. confined in the :

j Crowing contest in U2U 1 !> by pdiiun' vlmh the -ending phy"i- St. Johns county stockade near the statement shows us to be a big, strong bank, amply

more corn to the ne+',. than a' uth"I'" i l'\ ,,1t"/ IKtil caul t of drink- \ jail made their escape some tim
ale to take of the needs of those who favor
I
: care banking
>ub member in Fl'irid.i'. n,i,v.ilu'< i d| 1 'whisk1'y during Christmas night and are enjoying us

with the hom. again 19 {eat =_ 1 temporary freedom. The jail)
WilY vih their
and the of this
with a record l of KM I bulcK\ (lei.ibli, rv. iti nt was caus- delivery was discovered this mornim; : patronage on 'strength showing wes

<" niliiucl. wcltof Dade City 'I'II when the men reported for breakfast kit the
L of those who
After n long illiu">s with icer n'' I ucuvrr5tpesdny j after- and the list was ten short on roll 1'1111.I I patronage are seeking a strong, pro-

the throat, George !Miller soin-III\\ llu dead boiot Geo. John- [t was discovered. that the prisoners i ssive banking connection.

"if John Dismukes, a bunktof S' ,. ore"I, in an ol well in that hnd broken through the wooden partition .

Augustine, took hn: life, a wa- of the i.it.hen. found the of the stockade, separating

found in his bedroom after a volvei' 1 .i" ('!'Hating inn feet of \Vat t them from the garage. The men s

stint; had attracted the hous>>lcl. Hi. 1 lns, aims fid fate Hiib.11 changed their stripes far khaki and

died/ 1 u few minutes later. I il l the bacl houlders and made their getaway. > :> :Vice its establishment in 1906 the Bank Star '
I In, head ab| wat r. The '

The Cherokee hotel in Tuhassm" is airbed w\ wood which I A fishing party of Ft. I.miderdali1, j s paid its stockholders 128 per cent: in dividends.Bank .

will soon he compb'telI.! Anienin tty ,sell rotteind there weref I while out fishing for grouper! and

date. is looked for very sounid, the on it tn shi:where he had! snapper caught the largest turtle

.manaRcrs! have ordered tin1l'i>\ ay '11'UJrI.d fing in. I ever seen along! the const. TliL- turtle -

TB the new hotel every ,cu'roomwill \ was a loggerhead deep spa turtle, I .

have a private bath and ilihotel 1 n :M.mle;, a (river for the weighing! over 700 pound, and measured I .

will be modernly lilted in a: el nil,. I I'liinnu Compy, Tampa, by 7 feet across from tip to tip unit

.:..-.- 1Uontverde I <"III".f' mind few days ago 6 1-2 feet! from nose to tail. It tookfight : of StarkeThe }

school, Flonda'iiiquc what might\ !lie been a seri- :|, a lusting over one hour and a ;

and! famous educationil fn i ;utfuu, plosionVhilhis, truck was half before the party could l get till'I I

has received another genes' gift I oil to .in undrouiid tank at I I, huge turtle close enough to !shoot : Hank. of Helpful Service .
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tais week when Dr. W. A. Itcnzie: g station twcvrcmhes, came :i and after nine shots he finally gave

mayor of Leesburg and Doter '>f | net in su<'h a \y as to cause I in. The monster is n specimen seldom i S. Matthews, Pre George C. White, Cashier

the Florida legislature annocd he k whiclIlnil.. some of the found in the Mediterranean sea and

was sending .r>00 splendid oral trees +e. Ho was: fcessful in re- is tho first ever caught in this part.r.itnoKEit .
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in to prevent -
to he added to the grovefe! that the spout me -=---

,sehouL ilosion of the ucrground tank .. -.-.-
r the air, all ugh sulfL'I'ingo -
ounce I Drunker Jan. !i.-Mr. arid Mrs. J. U. 1'. 'n. I
comptroller Ii
The state
that the total collection for)}year I-:. Wilson, of Gainesville spent last Quithe +< rrowd l from here altcmliilneetmi i

the one cent a i In tax city council ol3onifayVed- week hero at the home of R. A. Weeks! ui ; nt Dedun Sunday I '="
I 122 from -
con- Barefoot and daughter bolster und Curl and 1 Clydi', I :::- -
amounts to $09,41\ v tentatively tepted a Mrs. P. M) GujWard :: =
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e gasoline additional, amount $17.:10: I [with tho Ilousto 'owl'r Co., of Inez and Mrs. U. T. Osteen spent Jacksonville were hoidIoguest :: I =-:= -==
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with for penalties an assessed find Ice ted. i: n.I Ala., for elerp current fort last week visiting relatives at Plant Mr. and Mrs. I. \V. I'mhol-. I =.;
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yielded for Ia4. >',,$288,- i t and power who is to be fur- City. ster.
The tax
5.41 but was only in !lopcwn: oftr I the city from tl plant of the K. A. 'V'eks.who has been suffering Mr Mrs.[ : '1'. B. Sherluy, of Miami I
<
> with iritis II
July 1st of that yea ". .ny located on tlj Little Choc- for the past two weeks: a few days here lust: week

I ,iteheo river neaiNewton, Ala. spent last week in Jacksonville visit1!l latives. I

A fatal shouting utirn)' ot"ed on "ithe provisions jtho I contract for treatment. I Mi: +'ttie Gainey, who has bocn
is to be fu tiled electric' Messrs. A. A. Hazen, It. P. Gainey
Friday afternoon in the noiti: part ity teach I chool at Lawtcy, has: closed
et Holmes county when W. [Lewis, continuously foil hours the J. E. demons: and Ella Mao Hu/.on th m hero and Is now at thohome
I three uise alternat- visitors to Starke Monday. II. HAROLD IIUMF. Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON
nlawLeaver be
killed his > :nt to a were her parents Mr. and Mrs.
40, shot and (, 2200 volts, P. M. Barefoot spent Friday" with Pruidonl Vlc.Pr...d.nl 5... & T.....
Fritchctt, 23. The kg was urrent sixty cYc I II. P. icy.
quarrel bean the red at the city's jdtchboard at elatives in Plant City. I Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry ,
of of
tie result a were visitors : K. Currency, Graham wasvisit no
month for unum Eunice Hazen
tile. between rice of $100 pe Lucian and
account of some Supplies Honest Goods Fair t
Men on of 10,000 kwf at the homo of Mrs. A. E. Mc- Monday Prices
Pritchett and his wif. i Monday afternoon. Mi C. Hazen is teaching a privute -
of Louise Prompt Shipment
Kinney
tLucie II
|ii 1 here and halt thirty pupils
with- Weeks of Santa Fe
forces
Hattie ,
ro( Miss
One Christmas liquor fat, was I county be- tho guest of cnrlll 'here were only four months Ask your neilll.bor.II. know.
will
chalked up against Miami n the I 9 next week or ty days for their :, spent tho holidays here free 11.Ii Get New Fall price list Before Buying

l of James R. Fee, restate i rather unusuafcusk Mrs. G. B. Colson. J Hazen, of High Springs
body
week-end
nearly the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co
froircayneflay. of work-that oliioving Royce Gainey spent Jacksonville, !{.,
dragged week vii
for the
hat (here put -
was
salesman Plant :
of
celebrated I houses off the )ixie Righway with his!' uncle E. S. Gainey i
Fee according to po i stint parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. NIfaz. .
Vero und Wiasso, a stretch City. I. --
drinki'reely.About pen J
friends
with It is I ite-federal aid r.d for tho con- Kldon: Ilaxtcr of Smyrna Ga., wait | land children attended the convention. I.OIUM Causu drip' uu ho disappeu : of Winter Haven,
K IVndrews
midnight thi'ihore tlon of which crtraet was re- the guest of his parents, Mr. and 'hero Saturday arid Sunday. LAXATIVE f.ROMO; QUININE TihlcU' rornov.tli.oauna. .
believed he starred to hills I hero 011 II few days' vil\it Thorn "". .."
road de last week. The convention of j yly uuu T"Qululc
tt state D. Baxter, the Christian
awarded by Mrs. J.
fell in and was unable to pimieirut. y will,jives.M I. K W.CTOVC3l I.n.'"", ,"1 hi.&. :71..
Paving I. W. Pinholster were' churches of well
vent to the E. IjMaule; Mr. and Mrs. .Bradford county was:
buildings is Starke Saturday after 1\1. demons and children, of attended hero ,
The moving of 10 visitors to I Saturday and Sun lay Cures Malaria! Chilly,
widening of 'lent the holiday hero with and most all the churches .
by e noon. were represented
an necessary
Indictments in connectioth Selo In- eight of 'way fro thirty to sixty O. B. Itazen, of Atlanta Ga., spent her ts, Mr. und Mrs. .T. J. Mor I by delegates. There wen 666 .nd Fever Dengue or
two
alleged!; attack upon Lauder ""eet and by a fe' slight changes the holidays hero with his parents ganF J food speaking by Revs Crews, Thorn Itiliout, Fever.

*an girls near Ft. jwere ie routing of thihighwoy. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hazen. .:'ro.sby, of Jacksonville, was quvnt, Mr. and I Mrs. U. U. Xt.oll. The I 1 __ LI

i Misses'" Rosa and Vera Surrency, of tra'' +1/1/: business here Monday next convention will (lit' held ut Grit I II Iham. I .
Cold !'n One :, n. 1)elnhi.' r r IN.I a enI" l/lftfi.1 I'I It." ,
To Cure a ... theineds by a blast spent the holidays herewith J river and daughter, Marguerite > III... ..
/ own out of Cedar Key, I II nlw .f Ita Ie I' and b. :- o I', r. 1.\.
end
"' eodifrStMhr. .Ir Tuesday afternoon fur South I HV r'llM. .
to thexuuah discreant letDon't relatives.C. : I; < CJIJIHI'> 'a' inn I f" "n \V
t
a. which srle< I Tho misses Mildred! und Mar I'" .
rnumite ( ,
y
n tIl. !: w. t.ROVE'r: rnnature un 'f l:. Crosby of Kenansvillp, has II.tivi.. where they; will visit rein I soy, Annie Laurie and Klizabeth: I fa- I I In OY",J"M ,if".it 6.WCRII.t: i i. u.?,. 'I'...11' ," :'//11I.,. .. ;

been here for the past week visiting I I Karl returned Saturday, to their homesIn
1 I.lldon, of Starke, mad u: ,
OUSI relatives.A. who has been teaching cull' ono day of last week.Rudolph Valdosta, after spending a few JOHN WHITE COLOUISVILLK ;.. ..
Crosby,
SICIjl[ D. ilays with relatives here. .
IF i i'i school at Brooklyn has returned 1 AncTrewa Is muctlm KV {.)y .
C...A. YoungMood was! a visitor to ,1 .
I' here and is visiting at the home of: at this writing. Hampton Monday. ..tabhh4 10 1337 11')Jfi.J; ,-

) and Mrs. P. A. Cros I Hazen, of Luwley spent : ,h..I..rt".t .5vp" 'f .1', .,_ "
his! parent.Ir. Judge! K. A. Green of Starke visited .
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here at the homo of her
tat ;
.UR I LIVER by.Mrs.. C. J. Crews who was brought I'a' :Mr. and Mrs E. M. Hazen. [,, Sunday Mr.evening.and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood haw Furs i W : ""
STANj
1' weeks ago from ;'rosby was among those at- I
two
home about
Mr. /.Inllfrll.) K.: S. Sibley visitedrelatives /
t Starke where she underwent an ope Mon- at Putnam Hull the past Saturday and Sunday.
t_____ .- ration for appendicitis', is much im I
wt-fk. Kebii Brown was a guest of Mrs.
Hayes of Starke, was a vl<>-
t proved at this writing. I Turner of Clayno afternoo.
Friday .
r Take CalomelDoesn't bdsc iver Tone" Act etterand Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of it. Tuesday I
of last week Markey of Tine Hill was at- WATER MILL
spent part
Plant City,
CAN YOU HKAT IT7I
Gripe S rite cWor lake You Sicl'Don'tRead here at the home of the former's parents te o business here Monday.
J. Sowell. Watermill, Jan. 5.-Mrs. Bertha
A.
Mr. and Mrs.
Guararee Shriver spent Sunday with TIIEKESSAia !:! Hosier of Lowtey Is here on a visit I I I Arriving home at threo o'clock M
DJ Lewis
Lose a with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. I I the morning, ho wandered Into tb!
friends in Starke.P. .
Inez Jan. C.-Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas. | living room.
,, try a "poonrll1hlLIIII. M. Barefoot and daughter
yo'' If. stomach "Ir. |ill|; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and His wife to the head of the
1:1(1I I ralomi'I tnakoskornblit ....* !Uoilnon Liver 1':18 to- and Clara Cone were visitors to the G mson returned to their home came
Take ft dose of .hUSlpre's seat Sunday afternoon. a after spending Christmas Laughter Marguerite of Starke, spent |I stairs.

.IK drug tonight work.amimiy tot nn 1(1111'1'1.-00 of to Iiif-any .county Several enjoyed the social at the w parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Saturday night hers with his sister "What are you doing up at this iy .
Iowa a. iluj's Iger. store and ;:4. bottlo Mrs. Viola Thomas. hour" she demander)
or \>It 1 X Take Monday eve Hi
Colson I
cent B.
Calomel Is mercury '('one for few home of G. I
|. e Liver for Raiford And Amos Brannen, of "Just considering having the hoiy \
which! causes jeer "i.loni <> and if it nesn't tnUghten .uby Gaincw left Friday .... I
v <>. .J. when it"omf" spoonful unit mke yam (.wt| linn ning. visitor to Worthington i She is teaching school at Lake Butler, and Leroy Wasdin of j wired for wireless," was the hnj I
right up
i Russ was a
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: with lIol;r bile crash.w" .athot::! 'I'L vi;:orniM I "ant you to go I. r Graham, were visitors here Sunday thought. 4'k. .
in when money.Hlnon'n Monday. H
'. it u" This the .i4>ri., and :ft your of City afternoon. |
awful niiiiscii and erampfIvonarw Tone a destroying the Mrs. J. W. Surrency and children, E. Jones Sampson
sluggish and "1111 know If Ie ol calomel r.ivi-r ,hf"aii) it U real liver of Graham spent New Years day at a the convention here Sunday A goodly number of our people attended i, Intelligence [la displayed /op ;

liver. ii torpid vietaLle, t.hl'relorecall ,. d Mrs. Autumn Youngblood the union meeting at Dedan whole universe. .
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- are hutisficd: now that Bradford county -,i said, moreover, that practically every TALKS ON JEWELSVII syndicate: tI flied pri0' carat as.! many as 15,000 people have buetu.
County Telegraph Is tho right place to grow early! i, young man on the campus in a member and for a II time, t 'ldicate engaged' in the cutting industry

'j't --- :- :.--.---:::=. strawberries and vegetables i of tho club and has pledged him- controls] the I'ket price ut dia- J There f is no special reason why thi .
self to aid prohibition officers throughout In one of my previous "Talks," i it monde are r t too high! next I should Published weekly and entered as TELKfiUAlMI'S HONOR! ROLL I the state, that nil auxiliary society was slated that India has been the only sale they ptbl, mar,)urger tro an more than any other spot

,, second clasH matter, at the post i I is being formed J among/ the coeds source of supply of diamonds un- quantity of Ih: If 'tor, they I beyondand that possibly it started then

office at Starke, Florida. Names of 1'lnme Who Paid SuuHcrtp-; and that the mo\< nent bids> fair j tit their discovery In Brazil' in the reduce the ,tity, ant"; raise ha kept on increasing just
lion, During !December I to spread to other etl l national insti- year 1728. The first stone found in the: ca' with tobacco aa .
the price. I o case of ecessl- ,| for which is
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e MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner I tutions. that country brought liberty to the ties at life contbinahrtre of-I| also 01 of the principal emporium
r T. L. W/lowrljht.1 finder, who was a slave; and front of the
:'s Henry[ C. Crown, ( ten a curse, when it 6 to the orld.
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1 PUBUSIlEn EVERY FRIDAY O. Jones Miss Mary Gaskins, J. S. I PROHIBITION UPLI1 \S THE FAIR this is may be inferred that the finding luxuries it I, luostlon ituuticil I In 01 'Talk' next week
0 .1 of such stones was by no means wo shaithe
Co. A. W.
RATE
SUBSCRIPTION Norman, Fairbanks-Morse I concerned a ,1'' 4 Per Year _________ .___________$2.00 Wordvll F.. r:. Williams, Paul Engel "Woman political 'i y' leaders in too common an event. Of the stones served 1\10 the rou81110nda I afamilia hing of interest to those nt
R Y. Saxon J. P. T'ceplcH!, F. M. "found many, however, are of no use rut
I both parties, have fou' I a new urgu-\ find their WI I o Amst'fWhlra with the industry.
t Johnson, T. S., Stark, Wiley ttober- ment for prohibition the Trenton for cutting, ns they are badly flawed,
) I FLORIDAIs A. S. L. V. Stalling, M. or so poor of color, or of such irregular -
STARK! lion, Terry i fair, New Jersey s: s an eastern
the county seat of Bradford county 1>. Curler, B. M. Dowling, T. A. An-I paper. "Ten years u I, the women shape that they cannot be used

1 a town of 1500 population; locates Brews J'l. A. Tillis, Mrs. H. E. recall, the rialto, in f nt of the big for purposes of personal adornment. : READYTO
( in tho best agricultural section of Mrs. A. :M. TeUit N. E. Baxter, w.1 grand stand, swarmed ith men In all' These are called by tho 'trade "Bort," .

; tk the State. I' P. Byrd, McDonald & Bunjmun Mrs. I stages; of intoxication, inking a general und are simply pounded' in a mortar
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p Starke is beautifully located; has W. I). Forsyth, Miss Gladys William nuisance of then' Ives and frequently the dust being used for tho cuttingof

I wile paved streets lined with trees; L. E. !Moseley\ R. B. Sullivan,' Built-\ I annoying 01" rly visitors. better stones. It is not known by I

excellent light, water and sewerage Dell, :S:I. A. Bryan, C. Sullivan, S. D.I I The women compare : !HO conditions many that the diamond, being the

t" systems, well constructed building; Woodurd, C. Niles, James Hornsby with those found this /ear, even'on :. hardest known substance, can be cut
r rat \ grade, and high school second to none: H. S. Humphrey, A. C. Alvarez, Mrs 1 1I ,Big Thursday, when ey say there with nothing/ but tho dust of diamonds WEARAPPAREL
broom nationally Belle Weest, W. H. Struth W. T. II I hence tho expression which
five churches, ) factory, was not a drunk in slg and the best
;c, y known mineral spring and tho best I Hfiltzcndorf, II. L. Stevenson, J. M, of order prevailed in 19 of the big-; ,I my readers may have heard, "Dia-
..2 stores in the country. Two railrqndi Norman, Chns. T. Burch, J. E. Cone, !Rest crowds that ev visited the mond cut Diamond." {
) L supply excellent transportation facil I G. II. Bennett, A. J. Griffl, K, J. Ward fair" I Other such stones are what are called !- I

ities. It is one of the largest Btraw- W. T. Weeks E. D. Curd, II. G. Ma- "Splinters," and are used for the X
berry raising sections in the South. son, (i. A. Collins, S. M. Drig ers, S. I )pointing/ of drills for manufacturing
r 1"'. Morgan, Mrs. Wm Johnston, Max Trat'na' { Organ M lidnlsm. and other purposes. Then there arc

It will soon bo three years since Klostormnn, E.': L. Prescott! W. A. When pneimuiUc \poztrucilmi \ fll the con'UU I the very small pieces used by glaziersfor i CLOSING
of the to take cutting class which
tl Fowler. organ ( although:
yfti was
John prematurely reported -, I
Ilarlcycorn the of the] .la ,
place h'drull uncertain | they cut but 1-200 part of an inch
v 1 (lend.Kd !. IWrC.TJ.IIImEIt. :JUKE although tho Invention lliu bellows I deep, still dictate with unerring pre- -Ef-r OUT
-- nuH-huul: dales fromof time' of one J Jra I
F TUB :MOST MONEY I cision the lines upon which tho break
{ Anderson. formerly with the the Inter Human empJulian. : -probablj> must run.There .
if
Hilt It wii on In the tenth
Telegraph, is now the managing! editor -
of' is nothing in,the condition of
}' of the DaytonAIornin.t!\ / Journal. The New York State College: century, when OrumnyI'lnce / nl taken the i Ladies' ress'uits Cjats Men's
life
The owners of this excellent and Agriculture\ recently\ made a study i if ('<9itKlmulii"i>l 3 the center. concerning the diamond when it Suits
of farm management on 48"proper- of orKiiil: bulliJIni. thaechnclsm the Ix-liow\ is introduced to the light of day that 1
growing daily made a wise choice in ties and of its conclusions was <':-ii "i I' I"S: 1.1110.'fox: I II ia prophetic of the future that awn 4i Dvercoaticial
one
A k engaging/ Mr. Anderson for that responsible ; it No fdr.. ..' h .. .... i f .... tl
,, better man that education in agricultural met- I D", o wtvet a n o to C
1 position hods. handsomely. i part it iso play as a seal of plighted -
: pays
could not be found.
: The Author's et.
f | love. There is no poetry about
III It was found that the :farmers: who
-' --' 1'Ulllp'IJotwoeii('urUas 11111111' r the novel, I
4 4 !" An individual named Hill Jones was hud no mudo education in vocational income agriculture of- .1.\....*. "'01'1' rt'iimrkedritei" is diamond done by mining.convict*Much, African of the convicts Iibur' factions \ Close OutAT
an average Hint though' he. Ilko nl >. nt-c;"'3kliuls.
arrested in Tallahassee in the belief!
at that perhaps tho lowe&t form 'f
$1,100 annually. Those who had attended contact with iiuopln of then : ('
that he was the notorious draft dodger -
: the short courses of the State IN just ono class to i'" 'P which, bol civilization Such laborers as Ire employed ,
Hcrgdoll. But he was reluctantly College of Agriculture earned an income 'I would run u mile.h'J.I rt'"tc"t pestMr. i i \ are "ngaged for 11 term of sK
/set flee since it was learned thut the\ '' of $2,200 for the period studied ) m a writer's life." HU, ; Purtlss or twelve months, Burin?; which time C. J HODGES

j ship on which Ucrgdoll was supposedto 'I' and those who were graduates of the "Is tho man who !ih\..; 'ays 1, 'ii you i they are allowed no dirtiet, communication -
have sailed, in from Europe, had College made annual incomes of I could only write tip a fig" iliai t once j with tho outside worM l, thus! lie Cash Stc
not yet reached this country. The .1,800. mppi'tivd' .! to my \It"-!,!. \voulij mult* j i reducing ull/nducemcnU. to steal. At

( Tallahassee police are not so smart These figures are sufficient argument I. 'ho crciilcKt story you Ir r"'t" I Inns| time it was found that laborers<

a why many more Florida farni-I i often swallowed stones, but of late
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Many local merchants are busily: eve should. take advantage of some I 1 years they are closely confined for

dlir engaged taking inventory of their, I of the free short courses offered by ENT-A-lORO one week before the expiration of j TetlPJl cash
jam" .htocKs in order that they may determine their own College of Agriculture, O R : their term of service.< Their clothes )
the volume of / loss during
N profit or : University Florida, Gainesvile are entirely changed and a most rigid:
tho punt: year. Merchants of some of tho many lectures given by / examination made of their persons, r
1. Starke have dune their best for the its specialists) thoughout the state", COLU/IN/ thus removing all danger of theft. In \

purchasing public, so it now behooves on various' agricultural\ ,subjects I I the early days illicit dealers, called aid mket p ces for
',k ,t .. I us to hope that they will com out on I I. D.'s, caused great deal I of .trouble,

the Hunt side' of tho ledger, HANK UOKHEKS: MOLD UP I "FORVSALE-Georglt4lnner seed athey were a "fence" for the purchase vf t hour bi chering

LADY AND GET i 001' peanuts, ut six cell per pound, of these stones from the natives '
r Miami real estate men, after !gct-: cash. F. M.\ White &t, Lake Park j I and the most rigid penalties,
a "' ting rich selling land in the Everglades Bank of Trilby, in 1'jscu County way Ga. J 12-22-lt I I have, therefore, been enacted, few I liver! at tjir plant
now find fault with the name Scene of Crime. crimes being looked upon so pravI'IY'j)]
a1. I I of that region If it had another mime FOR RENT-.Jo'urnlsb4* housekeeping The mines in South Africa number

perhaps it would'" not give such an Dado City, Dec. 28.-The State rooms, front PI f. three con. seven or el;?ht. That known as Kim- ring the ext 30

qai \ impression of dampness and more Bank of Trilby, seven miles north of necting rooms within, N. Walnut burley, one of the most important,
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land could be sold. and u few dollars here, was held up and robbed by two street near Jutn. Phone i covers about twenty acres. 4
ys.
"jG more per acre demanded. ThereforiS men, one of them masked, between 145. a i.tf As already explained, the stones I
they want the nivma changed.!: The 10:30: and 10:,15 o'clock this monring. are found in a sort of blue clay, whichis I
: name Everglades was given the territory The robbers entered during the FOR SALE-SO ncron, 40 acres ;) spread upon depositing floors several .
because it was suitable. Convert absence of Cashier L. D. Crum, who under fence, 25; ced, 1 1-1 miles in extent for "weathering" J. ; BichS

t; it into arable land through drainage had gone to the postoffice and while miles from RaifordAl 1 residence I in the sun and rain. After being( separates .
;.1 I \ dot it with farms and villages his wife who is assistant cashier barnsk smokehoustc. Pecan, the stones are washed and
*.r' and gridiron\ it with roads, and then was alone. peach, young oran trees and I passed through several sortings until t. Florida Farm, IFORD, FLA

,,w the present name will be discarded. The unmasked. man attacked !Mrs. grape vines. GoodI' for truck they lire ready for market. This -
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+ C'rum's attention by asking her to or orchard. Will talood car 'as I market is not Africa, but London. Aa .
y Now that the holiday season is atIIn change a five dollar bill, while the first or part of firs yment; one the entire output Is always sold to a D oa:

1.J, end, it is time to get down to tfe other run around the counter, pullingon third down; balance suit you I, .
business of making the New Year u mask as he came, and, ordered Price $1500. Apply S. J. Don. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days G. M NMAN J. H. RITCH q

v,1 4 f' prosperous. This cannot be accomplished Mrs. Cram to hobup her hands.: mark, Mulberry, Fla 5 P, S. Denmark lhu9Arsrrfudmooty.ctnr'udm'.ean! 't Olccdlniiorl'mOarftitle If. PAZO.. ,. OINTMENT' t'lice fill! I
y.oF \ by individuals alone or by Mrs. Crum mnde a dash for the Raiford, Flay ii 12-22-3t'1' n r""PV", r"w a..., ', tlPd' .you COli'''euI I .
t merchants alone. The spirit of cooperation drawer where a revolver was kept, I INIVN&IFCH

must be formulated by all I but the robber beat her to it. I ( --- -------- --- /"
parties concerned. Lay aside the old. The thieves took a little over $800 ---- r.' ,
policy of "robbing Peter to pay I'uul"I I that was' in the cash drawer and G nerd Ir
prance
and for the year 1923, "Do unto others about $200 that was lying loose. in _
as you would have them do unto the vault. FairyWe
you." The robbers tried to force 'Mrs.! I i-j

Crum to open the safe in the vault, FIE
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; Hampton citizens are certainly but sho refused and. several thotus- I -,

showing! the right kind of spirit by and dollars that was in there was

organizing\ a Donate Club. It takesa not taken. i LI3ILlt andAITOMBILE

lot of work more \pluck and a load The thieves forced Mrs. Crum into I I wantjjjll all the children between the ages

i of push to put any community in the vault and locked her in. She I fo six and ninsix about the little fairy we have in )
tti prominence. United we stand, divided managed to open the door from the our bank. *'

ty", < we fall" Is especially true, concerning inside after about fifteen minutes
Yt, a small town. It takes cooperation work and'gave the alarm.) Her namer'Intereat I I '
and time
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every put
IedY' to boost a town, co-opera- Several parties immediately started you Reli Co flies
: a dollar in.ounk on savings account ijble > Prjrt Payment of
+-- ", tion against the usual chronic knockers out after the robbers, who are believed or on time ,
who believe in forever laying low. to have made their get awayin certificate shoves her magic wand and-cents Losses

It is pleasing to note that a majority a closed Ford car. Such a car was jumps right u the side of it, then you have a dollar :.

,. representation of citizens have already seen, driving at an unusually rapid and-cents.;je you only had a dollar before. ,'q
joined the club. pace, on the road running towards> "
rl 0f'qt
Starke needs a Booster Club the Ocala by two partita.: One a residentof If you kefl adding to your account, she keeps Let he CooanLJPay

( ; worse way and a start should soon be Trilby, saw it pass his place and on rolling nicfco to your dollars, and before you

made or our neighbor Hampton may the other, was a man who passed it hardly realize !iu have a snug bank account.I' Lo
surpass' us.BRADFORD. on the Sumter county hard road. ', '.
; t Cashier Crum'was reported to bo '
In later .
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ytihe guards welfare
COUNTY FARMERS your and keeps ... 1
close behind the robbers and Sheriff Insurancelie
u It is
only r. the wise
poverty and Wrotn
I MAKING THE MONEY turke! with a posse, is also on the attacking you, makes you enjoy thing and. safe thii
t life in plea Ii-
.: and comfort, where otherwise you I

1 t Hurrah for the farmers! Bradford I trail.Mrs.. Crum was able to give a fair might have l lecfe of drudgery, misery and want in If you had fire y re fortunate and
-'" county soil is tho earliest and the description of the unmasked robber, old agetfles the ,
t your being dependent on relatives or small'punt of t )remium is worth
J', best. It can't be beat. We are in a ,
I who was a short, heavy-set man, charity. fi >- I II '
,_ "the race to make early crops and conjequently smooth shaven, wearing alight colored the price -curity y el and the peace J

; %p. J "' !good money for them. Tht cap, grey suit and amber colored I of mind ynjoy. ,
,< .' Deposit ytollars in our bank where little
1"J'' strawberries now being marketed is goggles. our
t e -, ample proof of this assertion. An The masked man was tall and slender I I fairy. "Intereafl}l add to them rfegularly and make If you dare a fire ompany: pays the i|

G, r early .crop will bring in the money and appeared to have very dark I you independei loss and thioney gi ou a fresh start in'

s and Bradford county farmers are now brown or black eyes. He was dressedin I t life. i a

; realizing more than ever before. a navy blue suit. I :I. all" =
I Insurance!
bushels of safety
Monday, forty-eight The alarm was telephoned in all ,

strawberries 'were shipped. These directions, but the wires had been Mere
( were sent in twenty-four refrigerator cut beyond Webster.A I \; Fo meta
boxes by the local shippers J. M. Tru- I
y << by and/ T. S. Williams. The market STUDENTS "BONK DRY" CLUB BRADRD COUNTY BANK Our fifths old ord County Bank

h price paid here for berries was, 25 and -7' Building (Ie officcitrout Agency) 'its

't., A+ 30 cents a quart. Farmers are very According to the press, atudl'ntsof, N. T. RITCII. open hours day and 'aftereerSphPgUhtWjndUSat'e
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; HITCH.
much with the prices recoiv- the of South Dakota office!}
1 pleased University have President.'' Vice President. Cashier. If later than
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:*ed and are anxiously awaiting' the organized a "Bone Dry" Club, having this we II; .
coming' of another year so that they for its. objective promltion of the enforcement f '. j

4 can plant the ,largest crop ever. All of the Volstead Uw It I.10' I.I U. WI!-..... "'

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thi Brxtker. section, was; In.StarkeM ,' were riding" was struck by the fire I that of manifestation.--(' I l ;

rBI : <.nda> on business before the boards chiefs car when he. was. hurrying to commemorated the \\ 1

ofecal ( 1 and, to vi'it relatives. a fire. Christ in the flesh and what I !

iInformon the Epiphany, III* :

AJ: Herbert Hodges, who has been vis- If you have War Savings Stamps star to the Gentiles. Wo I

ir t itmir his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. that matured on January let, 1923' the story of the Wise :Nun and '!

ItuilireK! has returned to Hampton bring> them to the Bank of Starke and various was in which Ills

T l Roads, Va.Misses get the mon'y for them or better manifested.TO.
r..._ .. I still I
._ 1' open a savings account. to :
Mona. Aldermon and Louise MY CUSTOM Ims I

.. .. ,!:!!4 __1 !Fernandez left Wednesday foe Tallahassee I [
The W. of the
'--' -.-.... and S. Baptist church
;;: J' where will their From Feb. 1st: next, I will i
they
i.V. Aldnrmuiik resume will have a week of prayer beginning (
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J inn vi lie. d. .; '1 t. r.n .,, ; n\-t.; ., studies at the Woman's College. ij j i January 7th Special meeting will cash payments for sewing and i
iast. work with which I :
.. be held Monday and Thursday after- am
--- ---- Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and children Thanking for past 'i !
I you
P. E. ---- I nouns, at 3 o'clock, and Wednesday :
Mrs Cunova ,
si I"'nl \tlJacksonville. '.dll" 'a Freak J.I! who have been visiting her parents Mrs. EVERETT 1 I
", : Carpenter, evening at 7:30.: All members of the I t
\\1. yare pending! the week Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, have church and friend invited.

h M'vits Ling at Kingsley lake. returned to their home in Crestvdew.lMr. I I IN HONOR; OF MISS
P .\. Crosby, Brooker .
I
i ere h i int; .: I
town The W. C. T. U. will meet next
w I' m Monday.
and Mrs S. A. Bryan, Miss Thursday
evening!, at her
if are being sold this week Tuesday afternoon 3:00 o'clock at the
Myrtle Faddish Miss Ollie Mare anII home North
lug Walnut
Mr. and :Mrs.V.. J. tl ;each, :JO pound size, at'' Methodist church. This organisation!..I on
Epp" ,:'eat 4Hardware Mrs. D. L. F.igby and children spent I t Mrs. Edward R. Net
.Vulneiday in Lake Stote. It will observe the third'annivereary of
Butler. {
Sunday in Lawtey. formally in honor of her
l- I national prohibition by holding a suit-

(E.; L. Prescott of feinders, of Jacksonville] ,'I i1 able service at the Baptist! church on I 1 WUIiard Bishop, who was a .; se
Hamp-on: hail, w.* Mrs. W. L. Wall is spending a fe'vdays truest at be home of Mr. ,
ftar'ueat, of the MUsJaJ Sunday evening January 14th. I
'iHiiess" in Stnrke Saturday i-s i at Brooter, where she is: a guestat I ;.tr. i

------------------- the home of her brother, R. A.I The rooms of the lower i
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek entertained ;
<>si.tr Andreu wa>, ? bus,i ,ess via Mrs. Paul Baisden of'' Weeks. I decorated with quantities of I
at family dinner Tuesdayof
a party
:tor to Jacksonville[ Friday. I ,,1 ran Beauty rose, holly and
New Year's i
pent
withj I last week at their home on West
Miss Florence and Master Eurp ne bells.. .
I Following a pleasant
.firs. M(
W. A. Bessent, Jr., \\1111I busin A. Baiaden.esi I Ir'er t Matthews are spending a few day in I.Madison street. The guests includedMr. I| of game and marshmallow
( and Mr*. K. K. Perryman, Mr.
viMtor,, in Jacksonville of their aunt, 'a
aturdaj S Jacksonville guests f delightful of
: of St. George, Ga., | and Mra. J. L. Peek, Mr. and MM. J. | program
Mrs. Annie M. Richard. I enjoyed. Tempting !
115 'j- lion Mating friends and I H. Bitch, :Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Long,
for
Shoes
the'h<'ll.- fami':', 98c to reid f hot chocolate, cakes and
S 9!18 pair in this the Mr, and Mr' *. S. Lv Peek, Misa May
per mule at Stum p'a. __ Mrs. C. T. Sayles, who spent served by the hooa tells.
Mrs. C. F. snd
Peek Saytes Carlyle
lVa' holidays with her parent, Mr. and The ]
]Z 1 will !leave tomorPeter Peek. > guest were members ;
(Orville Griffis was ;.1 bu ir'j: :o. ""''' f Mrs C. L. Peek, returned Monday to younger set.
: 'ur-( after spend- .
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;or to Jacksonville
Monday her home in Miami
1' '; :Lay"- %*ah relatives here. ,' Last Sunday MK: Trttby. the sup- : ::: I
: CO M PL1MEXTAUY( TO
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Powell j E. Futch Mine Elisabeth! perintendent, asLed; the pupils at the
Carpenter motored, f Mrs. J. i IUMIOC AND .
over Mkra.
to
t.ame ._ -- h. I here spending :Monday\ evening in
Mrs Emma Halting hurl is 1.1Rujmond Palat:\,i rntnday afternoon. i iM relatives, motored back to DeLamt i of the congregation? Let us try two charming visitor! Mi i[ : : :

\ her sun, I. ,', Ricb'lrd. r--- Monday. : it, right now, as we begin the New nard Bishop and Lola .\ ,
itldie May and Jessie Belie I Year next Sunday. We will be glad i !
party of :young people !' t
Brown, ,,t Ga:nesvil,k' Raulof Lake Cutler, are )[n. O. L. Beasley returned Saturday to lie yon all every time. Invite your | Kiagsley lake to enjoy the

pent, Sunday hcrlwth, fnindi. in'-\' trot, Mr". G. C. vialt-I from Tampa, where she spent. friends to coma with you. Assure ,, on the water. :' :
Mr.[ these they will be welcome. Aerie'U
----- the holidays with hr. parents }[- Sternbent and }i I : :

Mrs. C. L. Hodf's send children: m'' Caen of the University of1 I' and Mrs B. C. Durden.! I tertained with fancy dance and !
toad to Florisat the holidays with his R. A. Koon, who had the miafor- f ,
Jliiccleniii the we t [ song, which were applauded :
tirvt-d rarer,and Mrs. S. R. Joh .. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mr. and tan to dislocate his right shoulder!
I i echo by their audience. A "
Edward Burns }( and Mrs limo and who on that nc-
Get 25c Putins Mrs. r. some ago\ I I
your and mghn"' fire was boitt and the merry !
i fur lOc a yard of| Stump's Snturda T' Mr Mrs. Fred Sapp have re- Oscar Alvarez and son, J. G.. spent !: count will not be able' to work at his,! grouped around the finsang

ttn'Der\1 l Letshurg, where they Thursday at Kinsley take and enjoy- !trade, carpentering\ again, has secttr-t melodies, after which i

Miss Eva Wifiams, of Hampto n, spcatolida( with her parents.!ed a picnic dinner. I I.ed.1 position with the F. E. C. railway\ i were roasted.i 1
a I i company that' he can 511 even if partly I
was H visitor hero SatunloCol. '. i The chaperon were Mr.
> Jai:sale of white good at I| I[. B. Wiggins W. A. Scott and disabled and has moved to 'Ft.I .I
i N. Sterabetg and Mr. and 3ot
and Mrsthave :-tnn.iddy, Sntvnby and Mon- 'Miss Doris Scott returned Saturday I Pierce with his family. R. Ned.
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:urned from a vhit with relatives i, ray .evening from St. Petersburgwhere. t
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Madison they aU n.Hd the state teacher association. Mrt. J. L. Peek true a bridge party -
W.\Rft.\STS IIA\E SOT
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Ab }, of the University of 1 during ,th- holidays and had ai t j BEEN WITH

G. ;'loriu !here last week visiting their guests Miss Ruth Otwell. of
C. Livingston
of Tll1Ipa, r -
It
'! [ sper aia m ''Mrs. Lama Johns.Mls.y Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and little West Palm Beach, Mr and Mrs. G. A. I
Wednesday with his sisU'r, Miss Kal: I II The warrants sworn out by
e iii son I and Mrs. Vivirette Lewis return Collins )Ir. and Mrs. J. U.[ Mitchell',,
Livingston. Andrea against the local
I ), Otwetl, who bas ban ed Wednesday from Valdosta, Ga.,!Mrs. r. P. Sayles, ..\liaml..Dd: 'Car.r t f earn have not, as yet, been

,isftir-.tHster. Mn. J. L. Peek, : where, they: were guests of Mr., and Lyle[ Peek of Chicago. Mrs Coffins : '
lanimry sale ,of whh' goods uSaturdru ,t r i Each of the! officers are stilt
'A ill tomorrow I for Leeahorg.Mr \ ;Mrs.> : John E itch- f marie high !score and Mr. Mitchell 'low ;
Stump's Friday" .,ind Monday 1- I < ;liMW bond, although rjmor 'j+
The 'hoates sserve-i: a mtaj coarse at
that the ease wil be dropped.
I ;
1111. 1111.T In. C. A. Futch entertain Rev. and Mrs. :M. L. Smith an-1 lit- > the eta** of the *v nin a'. I
Andrea plead guilty to :
ed! inflly Thsrsday evening at : tie daughter :Mary! Elizabeth, left \
M Wilhams.has l made against him by the fees!
purchased a i flew' their h>n East Call street Monday for A act: Ha, where )(ro. I The-Phnlathea class cf the Baptist! t
Gray touring cat from. T>. Borce, th e, I' aDd this in itself Injure hi. [ I.
k cf the :Meth!
------ Smith will have charge t Sunday School of which Mr*. J. J. r
local distributor.' I | h* had one) against the officer!/ !
Lewo.tlman, of Jacksonville,, diet cirareh for the coming year. Bulla is the teacher, heM Its regnlat i law. :

Mrs. Edward:: who hart visiting his :aunt, :Mrv., monthly meeting at the parsonage <>!n '
Neal returned huini!1 J. E I returned home Saturday. ', Herman Poston left Monday by motor Tuesday afternoon. The member n(f'I'
Tuesday lifter amending 1feW HOLTZEMKHtF nl1-: [ : .
day:I II for Miami where he has accepted the class: enjoyed a social boor, delicious '
with relatives Jacksonville' -
)" G. C f: left Monday night! to got I a position. Mr. Poaton has been vis refreshments being served< b,
I C. S. HoM>*ndorf, manager:
; -- I <> Atl.ito! be exai&neil for eye 1'living at he home of Mr. and Mr*. T. the social committee and the tt.t_
Rev. B. C. I iSeark PooStry Farm has
.f Jacksonville
Scarborough, BnnsonVor three month t
trouble specialist there. 1'-\. the put The members of the s ttal t'O..mittlOtw.r. kJ.
spent Heverul dais! here dur I Iris Eppenon and Eunice Per W. Andrews Sr., his holding
ing the Madison and W..tm
holiday; eason.I I Buy tyrup can at D-Witt C. J. E. :Maine! Jr., who u a medi s>t kins.: J'tn.g on '
This land lies
i streets. just
I Jones large Store. No. 10 cant student! at Tulan University New
The Woman's I f poultry farm ia very good
Club will meet) Wednesday are beinced out at fli per 104 tt 0.1.41111'. :&$ the guest of Hollta: MM :lines Bailey: of Rock Hit[
Jan. 10th, at three ..'<-lock, in t number of young pecan :
Saturday. and MHHA
Knight College, South Carolina I t
the club house. Hettiendorf will make
Mr. anc: J. C. Manning: motoirN la Register, of Lake Butler, paid a' i
there and build '
-- t --- -- I to the i Farm Sunday and witnessed I Rev. and Mn. J. L. Simpson and sh...rt vrtit to their aunt )1 n. L. II. prmvemenU *

Mrs. J. E. Mines, of Lake Butler, baseball game between f L children came Friday and. are eorn- Eastman: last Thursday afternoon,, A-nee.!

was' the guest if Mrs. D. E. Kmpht I convict 1 I I fortably located at the 3ofeth list parsonajre. white reroute to') St. Augustine: a w!I f .
Ht-TV cocas.1N
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Saturday ) I
I Mr. Simpson preached two other FI nda points c( interest. Mimi( : j F.:
--- -- I MUs a RubinetM baa returned: i fin* sermon Son
The Bank of Starke will rt-diem""} from Pev'where she spent the holidays retaking: fri<
your 1923 Saving Stamps} at/ ,.,'h: "r mother Mrs. Robt-t charmcti with the l!'I trnMtakabl* terms by Captain l lr I

full fact val war I U II nctte. .'. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. has reorn- and Flowers and hope tlOo return. so IIIW!, Drenjian, veteran 10 a nand M

--.____I ___ -- ed to to* U. cf F.. and W. M. Wainwright ;tim ui the near fnture. I PaeirV- Mail tram.thip -P ; 4

Mrs. W. K. Wilder, of Triode, hm'I Mrs T. Dell and children* of ha returned hi duties aj Uneotn. in a Sea Frsvscn' '

been visiting her parents Mi. and i I) fiume v3 as a New Teat's guest bonk examiner, after sp n
'rH. S. J. Pre cott. at the b;"of her sister, Mr*. t. >L holidays with their parents Mr and and charged! with carrying a ,, -

I Brownie k :Mrs. X. D. Wainwright I pistol! and restating arrest. Mr An I
Ford Prescott, of Gainesville, WII' -''tJanua both .char
dress pleaded guilty to eithe

week-end (guest of his parents, Mr sat. of white! goods: at Mrs. S. A. Bryan a>rul sister: Mr*. l.- mayor IB person 9a)mg !toe regretted DON'T HAVE THE SAME OLD

and Mrs. L. C. Pres<'ott. Stump's tiay. Saturday and Moo- R. D. Lee and children a ompni all that had happened a n.:

--- day. << bJ: Duboe, spent thAt week in. that h* was arranging; to mmve from CHRISTMAS
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Mrs. Emily: Philips i Is in Mulha'ry 'Titusvill, making tb* trip by: antix the,connty: : as soon a.. pra
visiting her sop, w H. I'hilips. send, Mr[ a i Sirs.! J. C. Robinson: and They returned Friday, accompaawd mayor impoited a comparatively 'Thet

family Children tot. New Tear's day in by )1 n. D. L. Rlgby>> and d 1dn.. fine on each cft.arreanA: told: Mr An

Ja.ksnn.Itb: Mr. aad Mr*. J. C. deco that in cue h* moved, as h gi

,Special for idles Satunlaj:; afti,'r- [t.binsonl MUM Olive Ray ha: returned horn said h* had planned, within Burt

noon-Any of 'Jr' $3.00 to $7.;,11) hot from Danctiui. where eke visited her days said fine w() at 11.98. Stun ,'8. I I"t. l+ McDowell and ch3dra. brother L C. Ray and family.: White If you are anything like mot everyone else you .

1 of Jailufir, came Thonday to is South., FUxnda Miaa Ray also at- Were yoa.a little bit paiiled aboumoney t had more or less worry about Christmas spending

Mrs. E. J. UainwrlKlH. "f "."""! visit her fotJ' )Cr. and Mrs.U.flow John tende this! scat Uthr' association for your Christmas P".at..1. eliminate this
There is to
Heights, spent Saturday and. I Sunday/ at St. Ftttrtborg. :Moet! everyone w..v Th way to tote e money. a way worry.

here with relatives und friend, I the profclwm f>r next, Christmas u Ujoeit u The Bank of Starke has added a Christmas Saving

--- }[r. an r1l. M. U Johns have bad Mix WilKaH Bishop, wh. >> baa beta the Christmas Savings Club alth t Department to its banking facilities. All you

Miss Vesta 'Turner, "f f Mi"llplyispent | ,, an recent u, Mr. and )h.. Jam** visiting her sister, Mrs. E. R. :Ned,,. Bank of Starke.: By savutgLit[i w ,

several flays last i e.e lk ( lln I Warren a .>it. McBride: of Jaekionr : 'has nC1Imotot: W Soothers Co Var e.,. tl* each week, you will 6* p"t9arttd i I have to do is join the Christmas Saving Club and

r Mrs. ,F. L. Turner. ville. where she is att iifinf aehvnl II r*.. when Christmas comes airau>. Ita 1 deposit a small sum each week. This will solve the '

a ---.- Net aUo had as a guest kr emnux, not 7d too late tu lots II i

J.V, White went to Jmki.im/ .. .'! James : rater. of New V tk. Mhom Met, Lota AiibTtgltt.: of C-unomtto- worrysome problem.

Monday afternoon to I". Jill'"'' 'in visiting ae: .f his: raociwT-in- MR. DRY.\? REIIRY3 Several weeks before next Christmas checks will

United States court. law Mr beeea Alvarez and other J. M. Baker, of JacksoaviQ, spent -
be mailed to all members of the Club for the full
tAIr. t---- relativest Monday and Tbewlajr on a hunting W. K. Bryan ha* refund from the

and Mrs N Stern',,'".'K "ni"f'"'"timf amount they have deposited and the usual! worry

to Jacksonville Sund/i.$, turning to Mr. aad !*. D. T. Clark have re- of Ja.ILMA..i11e" was also OMf th* his *? a rytir+pi ereiMtt. Mr will be turned into gladness.

Starke Monday I turned :.t> 'Uotllnn.ater a hnfcdajMr th* hunting parry aid while in Bryan and family win mule !hr oata -

.s 'h r parents. Mr and Mn.' tewa was guest .' P. E- 'aIO.a. the em! of the school year aimhAt Join now and make the next one a sure enough

L. C. Powell warn unm.I.. ; toiirymtin I N' D 'Va.1fttL ,.which( : will remove to Lawtey beater "Merry Christmas."

Jacksonville a. a U. S ', and I Mrs. J. R. Darts and a nuaaimr oicoaatamty [ the awrcanttl and Iirpeetib.siaees. >>
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went up Tuesday 11I.rrih:: The 'mf as .l the Slump Department kitchen woken will pat. .

.j .- | tor -.a'. been busy for &/ cp orange preserves next week at the --
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Mrs. G. C. Unvlngiitir' .nd< \lrB.: C. [past .,t d l t.Lkinrc: the aJlDaaI lEt-!inmnanity kitehea ia th* high! school II I ST. )IRK' CHl'RCH

A. Marks, of Tampa, .t,""' Tuesday [ventr- buiMmy. Aay.o* who wfcth** tit Join

with Miss Kate Livingston I this preserving party ca.ll"p' fc n* Mn. Saturday i* the Feast .if the Epi'pA.. Bank of Starke

.I Tel.oltoa, 30Hua0C1"t GrrrerT Store Da.ti. any- .

Joe Wainwright tiff Wednesday for quality PJlfUttK at rersoaatik On Soaday the srio wUI h* atl
.; for Tampa where h. will he employed prices. !*. Witi.nal obr.- isw Picas the GajAesnC* Sews w* lanes I .. as. nits T.Jt> 9 n.Th 7 kB onk 0/lelp/ul S eke (

in the Bank of Commerce.Dan for de nr It that Mr. ai Met r* s. 101dlb.n.; word EfiipaAay wa tmr aat1L, r
L 50 M.atli+s p,.. C.'G: W his. c...... ,
foroerlr .f Stark, luckily escapvjwhna I apttlioed t. Cinntma day. Th.f bee ,

.' Boree, 1Ij'Al lito, dealer wsst. S. G. Hal4a pwncav.t cim- gait1r7: their car, ia which u.. retmoss to both there sasoait> wa.,! d / \t tA tI


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.. .. ----- ASPIRINSay DEATH) (OF C. U.. :[tCr.F.'NY gustine Sunday. CroHse Sunday, night.. roHd' ) or f 7 7.60 for. the comclolt.. .
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I IZ Dominique Frlgo was transacting Judge and, Mrs.. A.. C. Slrkklahd, C.. A.. FUTC1I.' !!. E. 8. MATTHKWS.' .
ItKI'AlK\ AND I'AINT FARM)[ J1ACIII.VEKY I It ""kektOfl Discovered" in I tly I Choursm.f
r Ih.H 1". (;iaincsvile., Dec., Z 29..-The sad business in Jacksonville' Monday.. Mr. and, Mrs. Rlherd, of Lake Butler: ___!tl,.rol<. lS-55-llt..i4. .

.......................................:.......................... ( IN 8.A(1[ ( SEASO\ ()?:I II 1 Still Believed( Officer' u inn .oil, \\M.I,I '. news has reached' Gainesville of the C. U. Gore spent several days' last attended the union mooting at Bradford NoTICE iry.OF' STfirKIIOLDEftH, MEBTIN0' .

r- .1 I Rough'chapped Can Army ( "Bayer" and Insist N"lot Ii la, lwntiy.' irlvvn that 'tha reirulni' ...
or $ (death of C. B. McClenny,' at his wi-flr. visiting relatives' and friends in Sunday. ,
Capt.
I (rounds i 'id Un. of' the ., ,
Winter I hands ? tor. "l'i f I ,, UK>kh l Bkalc
Bradford I should not be an idle timt ... home* at Cndilnc, Alnu"hul county. Alachua, Levy and Marion counties.' Mr. and Mrs. Harrell ,spent of, Slarka will bit h'n' .lu) Iwnklnv. moms

With/ The I Ion any farm.. Among/ the many>' : MENTHOLATUM StrenKthei' His,'; many friends,! all over Alnohuni Miss Ole Marr, of Stnrke, visited the' holidays) lozet1 relatives at Rnl--"I In 1II2R) Slarke, ut 7 71,10,., .Klorldii|,i. m....," on'to .1'I.d.y....,t .Imanl, ,..Inniiarr' .of dlKK M.*..

things to "be 1 done' is the overhauling,, I i ounty. will be l pained> and shocked to relatives Lnwtey Monday.' ford.. {' ton* fur thu,. ,vnauinu. year I soul,. ti" tranatirl.
I S repairing' and painting of i makes them smooth Raw Powder i rlamlo) l DI">t "e., :an- n I I such other. bl.I".. a muT, comt.' Wforo' thi,..
Farmers machinery I o learn': of his demise.' Just two years(' Mrs P.. L.. !Pinkins and children, of IL C. Andreu was In Worthington (ll lEO (I. HIIITB, .
County / accuniulnteil. I i .
used! on the furl. The present and comfy. i.im,, ), .'ft'fif' | it-2t.I.I2 Cnnhlo.NOTICE .
pricu ago>, at tho holiday time, ho Vns Jacksonville., spent a few days) herewith Saturday.Miss ) .
j of farming tools emphasizes the. as to the i idem(' .ity\ "''J I thrown. heavily fl'01 a road cart and" relatives last \week. i hattie Weeks, of Santa Fe, ( OP ------

l (L....... .. ...........I. j necessity<(! (of giving them the best I Arc Not Wo e Price oS One \\I! officer *, hose!(' I li liHi ", ""i, r f1.,. I severely\',' injured' in fact,.so badly Mr. and lrR.*. 'Walter Valencia, of \hl has been' spending a few weeks I Nollno ,la h hereby.' itlvrn FINAL: to DISCIIUICB)all wlioni\ It

111'1(' T possible( experts values assigned( correct his the woods near" 'I I roncorn. that on thtt 6th ilny of ...
I say. I inventory injured that for a long time his life Jlck"onvill. were guests Sunday of with relatives and friends' of Bradford 1 I''. I shah ..1 Fvitrtiar-* \
apply' ,
to flip
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j i Look your Impll'mcnt over and I will be of little value.. If they anf"big can andcheap" koino ten(' days auo.been I,., I 'was dispaired" of, but his fine physique and 1rK.. D.. B.. Crowning.. ,!, have returned, home.:. (ft.1128.* ,Joule,,,1, ,of f nid>., court, HN llonnmlilr Judur of l pr>r I'>lm.to A..

STAKKK'S\ \ .:' 1'01'1.11iii' ) 'I SINKSSThoxc ': he work? Although he .I make the (' repairs.' Then "In the first place," Dr. Turling- ,( revealed! cithers "t I I and robust constitution .> my, Html (IfuclinrKo an hiln.'niNtnitor, .' ,nf f u thA
deliberately. I necessary I ( pulled M.. L. Loadholti was ; .Uto of (H.. I n.). Jail. ,.'! di'Fvnai'd,' .. '. :. neil. t'ml:' al'

has an incubator, he ,does not intend I when( the rush of work begins in I ton said in speaking further on this ki ecause they ; believed, fUI'nisll. P" I I I him through. although there was never business in .Jacksonville t.I'IJlactnl frlt SEABOARD\ \ ) 'TKA1N, SCHEDULE! ctiunui limo sCullS',.,. tin MitinlnlHlrnlor,," I ,.1. (ttrpwnt of mId. my, (Inn,,,! A.

() ( who, have? tried. "poultry farm" -to raise his own stuck k at first, but I spring, all machinery< will be In rc'fldiness (' subject, "the farmer should secure '.'nd, to unravel, the, l'13.' (' I full recovery' from the effects of the week.,' auk for. (their appmnl.JDNAI'IIAN" \ aiiuilii. nil

; u IIIK n H H "huHini'si, in ..Starke.. have me L I will in the spring buy young fowls I| and 11 in better condition. u small permanent notebook and rule may meal ring failures. This morninr., l j.Flo i ii,, ."I.'. !1ohniIT > i it I the accident.. I Isuo' that he would Mrs. D.. L, Rigby of Titusville I l--S-flt-i-liMl' $ ) ,\ M. OTKF, .,!. ,", .

with ;1"'P" ('(' An\. thfy,')' nre all en.. from pedigreed' stock' .so that he canI If no implement shed available it so) that he will! be able to> write exhil iteil t.i.- )1.. ..1 i I ,,, rally from time t to le., anti, occasionally the ) of her brother, \alI (In etFi-rt' .Inn, I nw' '''>\ _iIitiIi)5.flftflr5lu) ) ,- % ( A P 11122.) .
flli's ( Moonday
i guest
,' but ut the' mime time. coo I have hens that will from ( I for the in the individual articles have been un-,-" .aj t., h h.J,1 h., ,3011> 500 thin i amc "Buyer" on SouthboundNo. VOTICK Of ;,:
thUHiuHtit i ( lay 120 O) to proper hou.sing of the farm and their .lll.h i 11 ( have strength enough to come MTOCktioI.juERrtsft-cTp.i.-
> : I nukajn', <>r on tablets> \<"iii are nut. gctunf I 1., Marr. ,. ,, ,.. ,. .
'p headed( men(' who uivliTHUncI. thc .. :MIO eggs in I year. Such. hens (coati I implements, the thorough' j j'of values' for the first and last of the MET i, been filed, '.hn..,eoint <\ wh"" g h, 'MIilf ,, I ; tin--"I"gt.uiu". ate l'.u\i'r'. \ product,. |pvc.erulieil > into Gainesville on business.. I A.Mr. 1 reaches Stui'ki' at I 12 2: 1 in( n.. m.. mini Nollci ttiiMtinit. IN,"IIIMI"r paintinU1 I.
c: IniHinoMH! thoroughly, they intend t ti(i no more to feed. than less prolifV. ': f it is recommended< ( by i iI iII year.t r.. the way to.. ",,.1 110 I I, .; hy physicians( )' n\vr\',. twenty-two.. About five \weeks' ago ho went and,,1 Mrs. Charles Strickland<, of No.3.3, 10:69: a.. m. I I try,')) f'"I.Alk' .. \, ,. ,mil, ,ll hi.. hell. In. I.lia. luinklai* .

I .' (.ep ,everlastingly' at it," increasing;. .'i ones.. When he thus gets a tfooij.I j Scott of the Florida< Kxpcrimcn 1[t I "He thoulet first list his farm and CAl ler was received( 1 h\>\ :\.n.,. \oars iiml proved. sat. ,. hy uiillioiiH for. down again, and wns nl'vel able to Rtarke, \spent) Sunday nt tho homo of No. 21, Cedar! Key Train, -1:58: p. ra. I I I t P.room.''11UI' tit.I 1..1...L'' .l 00. >."p.Klondn.m....,. t, J,,0''

I heir' hnldiiiKH, yelr after( year(' stock> '" established, he will uuo; tho' increase / Station. I'dw.lln( ( estate), then all livestock I I front George \W. I 1 i, leI"I I II I. Cells'' .,! I"IcatlaclioTiK.thachu "' recover from the attack.. Gradually he Mr.J.. and R. Swartz:Mrs.. Rowull Prevail.visitor' to. Jacksonville No. 15, Limited, 1 1:18: p.. m. dlrKtiM stun ,* .nilii'i'>I,.'rr,',>r I IntHinraa I.,,1.,,. (,..nnuinu, I>trar Ail" ,IrMtmMrt' ,., ,
AH
was a mar coma tN>fni<
The St.irkc. Poultry Farm. | from his own flocks.. Air. ("us.. "Paint," Professor Scott says/) 1, / dctclnininR the value of each h; L POWDER ( ..illector, of Montuctjting ". AI.. ind ('nrndie Lumbago weakened and it was evident.. to all and Sunday. Northbound! I them,' a

The Slarke Poultry' "Fitrni (bl'IIU halt pointed out that ninny peoplewho I I"wi preserve(' the wood and p prevent next, I Hit (of all machinery, taking anotber lead Noumlgi.v' (' .\ RhlumltM", .Jhono near to him> that the end was Graham Saturday Boyd, of Starko', wns attending No.2 2 arrive(') Stnrko' ..1:35: n. in, I IJ-J! ll-'ll-l-.:' i .? ..1. W.. FMCIIKK.' (rnnllli-r., -

about four yertr njto with I 100 O() laying procure, biddies of pedipiwl' I ,! metal parts from rusting.. TwuI ,'iinto| consideration the and 'I The telegrams,'" (e' I 1> approaching. 'The end came p"o( ace- -
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: ,, DoiBIGCANorfr I A rrpt "Haycr Anpirin"ml to business in Fri. No.4 4 at 4:06: p. m. NOTICK) OK rKnOI.DIR-l, !
A.cs,1o owDrH Tnhl.t. Lnwtey MKFTIVH:
fr hen' of tho white leghorn(' variety.. stocks()(' have no success with them be- I I kinds. of paint; ; will be needed, : ono i { her( (of )years that each h machine< will ,ndictaed that thre, ae,' I ''e .\' l'En':nrh, ,< package' "- contiiimiri'i" fully, at 5 o'clock' Friday morning, day No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m Notitri,. ,. In htrt.* ,
C. S. lloltaendorf, un experienced 1 (cause' the treat(! these nristocritie'* | for the metal parts and the other for. j be of service. This necessitate' =;; low price airplane wan seen i img .'u ,d I-cen14, .' ''','!' ''lirrctionn,' llniuly. I>O\OH. of surrounded by his family all of ,ford,, d mrcllnif'. of, the atookholdptA' ) of I Ilii.. llrnd.
| l"birds> like those of the the wooden wi OT ,, L .. t t'lilit, < .t flit- c-i'iit-"' OriinMHU ) Mr. and Mrs. J J.. "V. Barber, and No. 16, Limited, 5:55: p. m. ,. County. llnnk wilt Im hold. in IN 'lot,kin"
This The Me wcho" q i .
poultry rnnn, wan in charge. dunghi kind, parts. cost of the i I gelling once(' j aya mi OUt in west Orange(' Altlt\iur\ >11 i ii \ whom were' present except' one roomN In Slitvko.' Morldn., on Tuiiniliiy., ,d Jan.
bUHiticHH ( from (Ihe(' ht.L '- wh"r"lf much h en re used in I[ point will be returned in the or at everylhlA: I )year 1, ; j Invent. ,il..i'.,' Hl-ll, but'I li.ti. Of 24- Illld, 11"). daughter. children spent New Year's' (day with Wannee' Brunch( p n.. liili.1.: 3. nt I 7'.sn:. i p.>! m..,: to phd li, ) ( %vuN u KU'IKI I increased I knowing where it I obviously an I.imaile ,. of .dlrrolon, 'for .,. .. ,
.I I may 'ALUM11 VHpirin, 's 4 the t truilo' merIt BuyerTati'ifti't .* tim rnnutiir! yeah" .nml' trHoifuk., ,, ,
ln fling.. Through (careful' inanutrc- fi.M.'dinand' ;; housing them. I life of tho machinery.." I be found..! U j EXI 1ting with lan liy the aviation ..1, 1"t '" '.' ,,', 't'i in.* of :tIt",uetlrnc'iilosi>: ,"' 1 (er.)1 of '\ Carr Bowers McClenny was born at relatives in Macclenny.. I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m ouch .othir.. buiifniiHil,, an mny rnin, ,, bpfura"

, ...,nt. of the fowls very' tow were lost, '',I "Does, (egg farming pay ? Mr.. 'I'AS-:' sliiitt "In determining the r valuation & urui brand is ex-- (ermine who was i i pl"11." a'' ,I i'l.'') .' .iL Lit t!. Norfolk, Va.., April 9 O., 1839.. When the Miss Louise Blanchard, of Mncclen-. No. ]104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. ra. '' llitttn.' .J.. It. niTPII.

)."11 'Ihe h flocks< Inoroawod wonderfully.Now I was asked. He keeps strict tub 'I TO() CONTROL() SCAB\ O.V for livestock- k the proper younger animals ,&if ( because it where. it fell, the ", .f I.. ,Il.,i" war between tho states lame on he ny, and. Miss \Wilmu Blaiiehard, ofJacksonville I I I Limited train No.. 0 .duo at Stnrko I If-JK-'lt-l. .. .-.. Cuua.hki.MSTKlI'S .

there are from. 1800 to 2000 lay- |I on Income and !expenditure arnl:, 'showed FIlE IRISH POTATO' \ () will be increasing< in perf- tery was never br.trntion to(I II ,' '. wonu 1, TollahiiHaeo.. These agents (entered. the( Army of Virginia, and \spent' Sunday and Monday I 11 I ::22 p. m.., Jacksonville to St. Pe'

i' ht'iiK., They' are uljjr gooib. layer' '. ;< ,' the writer some convincing fijrures. while( the older ones will be -decreasing. value., WI time andmo of the' Or.. .IlI" t 'U institutions' are n1lntllnet for was with it till he was captured. He here with their pll'elt.) Mr and tersburg. Nntlr,. i in. hint'. <(,. itlvpn sAlt,Hint. ,, :unitir, 'nnd by

rt'ford" IH on each onu''" When' h hi-,- boni'lit.,' Help Mr[ A. M. lllanchurd. ,Mrtili-' of 'Ihiit rvrlnln' fuel .depiwo. of fur,id ..
kept
I" a I gels eight (dozen( eggs S Scab is I serious enemy( of the Machinery valuations aro determined { fn'inls.( Iq. [ thlm 10 help spent) his days at Fort Delaware., 11. I Limited train No.. 10 nr.io. at Starke "., mnd, t I.lv> I Ihn. jiiiluo, of (lllo Klphtlt: Judiflnl., <

yield, and thoHc(' who fall h below(' (, .n I a day from his ISO() hens, and !p peiti-< i Ktandard, are weeded, 'out. Be-1. only !*p30 less month it Thsp I of Calumet / at Grace Methodist" church' court( for, nrndford,, roitnly.,, Klnrulit. <>
or for II.
reltil a f fcd<-, <, alone reduces! the yield, of potatoes' machine will be of service' allowing f l I>,i-romlii- ,.r A. n lias, In (favor .
the,' Pitlt kept) (for hatching) of course' must ) by. thousands I wo'' ar i pay, even though' h (If bushels. 'It t may a sufficient amount each for' Held, Arcadia, I'V' "a"". : I ? ImIOnS to Florida, locating in Baker county ( (These two trains tb do not stop utStarkc. Rtnnltv, f.umbnr ((.npnny. ,n, macira.liin.

: .' Inrifi' quantities. are shipped to h.tol.- .I Hume other items must bu' chart" /!iv.| to bo preventedby' ,. b a very '..simple rem wear-and-teur or depreciation.year\ thti of any other July 1.i.. 1 1911.!>1!', b hy> t ( ''I""I't" ? r lit I plate< then called Darby)/ but the evening lecture his subject. will Ocala, and Plant City are tho (I"'K-r.. n..1 Jr.. ..comnliilnnnl iiml. Mra, fI..1 and. mrnlnnt'ltiwli.l, ,. <.S., .1 Jr.J 1.. .R.h Mg..

> in JacksoMvillf' and Miami, regular' the. ( expense' &account.' As the' (c'n'jrs' edy.. "At the end. of 12 months it will BEST BY TEST ba ow er. this county. It i i "I.. i J"" sihtia. -A farmers'r conference! which is now known as Macclenny) be, "!CulnCK&& or Greenness, \Which, ?1" I only stops they make between! Jacksonville wife t..., nr .ilnrKmlnntii...,.., .
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eustotner who url wlltj to payuht! / :from (his farm are infertile. they G. F. be \" at Gainesville on the 10th. buing named'. for him. In 187-1 he was Morning services at 11 ; evening at !' ,.. The,. imili'mlKni'.l.' na mwclnl mnxtxr. will
' WI'er.' truck k pathologist of necessary to go over and make that an airship in 1.1'," 1\1 ( ) ) am] Tampa.., ilTiT for ante, 'In front of, (tho, rnurthniia, ,. ,' al,

r hlfhont( ,price. ( <' fur and, well- j | (W//) well, and Mr. Cashatt %wails till the ,"' Experiment(! Station, says the valuations of the material ami, to THE WORLDS' ITEST BAKING( POWDERRU Oakland, coulti \ .I I I lilt were outlined and committees united in marriage nt Starke with 7:30.: Everybody) invited I 11'uins Nos. 7 antI, 8 operated, from Slnrl, i. ,dinlnir tho, Ih.I",. /,,' ..., boura., of. >pal. -aMoiulny.
nih Ii .
j dnv "f f l-Vlirimry.- A. l n> l ID'5 1.ti i.ii 1.
flavored' egga' IA |le can ship several cases at one time that t this! disease' (or its spores) is add( new buildings or livestock(' or the point where,.... I l'icer t .d',' fro different, ,' communities named" to Miss Ada: Darby) daughter of JohnDaiby. Mrs. .J. T. Moore began I private i Hampton. to St. teterlblrNo.. 7 ( > (lit,.. lil""hml nil..1 Kiwi, lil.lilcr.I,. nr rnnh. 'tint,
four layinir hoiiHOH( t..0. a good, market.. Fresh' carried. machinery tci't gcther. January 6 to out iwhool,' at the school house Monday / followlnir.,) ,ilrMcrllu-,1. ,' rrnl 1 ,uiI,''RiO. illiuileil, and
( on
the '' ,
A On place are eggs lire alvuys :, on or near' the surface of the bought or built in the mean was found.. l' O.. I map To his union, which( was most leaving Hampton I I :.>0 p. m. No.. )bnlnir In, Mmiirnrd; .I'nunlv', )Klortila.'' lo.witt.u

hlstructuri1( ,'!"!, where*'t, the hens(' have '\ for sale at this place.. potato nnd( that when once! Introduced I time.. The inventory at the end.) of ---L : -_ olor in lent t.1 I I .. ..t i nty program of farm work. The happy' a number of children were with nn (enrollment of 22. Severn! 8 arriving Hampton !i:10: n.. m.. These Nnrlhrnat (gunrler. of Jonlhnnj't,. '. (Qunrtorof ) .

boxes for nuHtn and plenty of food ./ '-- TIlOIMIll\\ I'nllllrv' ).'nr., ,, 'i..il into_ the soil it may remain active j 1 1I the year( wi 'iservo as th. fii-of. ;.inventory i I r = : : -- =-- -. :a.: -" _\ nay bo) I nc/lut./ i II I, I i i mj'veil, bell weevil control method" born, and the follwilA arc still liv more are expected. to enroll (during are through ruins( St. Petersburg' to Inn Sen 4fl ni'reH...11,...TII. ,..moro n .S..uih..or. /Iran'Rnniio,. 21 K. onnlaln-;

"i,1 and water.' The water is from nr I Arthur\ Wood (urns' I from'; ;Nebraska I I more, for years.. the succeeding year.' ;; ./ ,''I r-- :, -: ---. .i I.. I Ith '..nncidintf, with t th h I I .1 I \was' (plained) to t the farmers. ing: L. C. McClenny) Los Angeles, the week.. Cincinnati, Ohio.,) K... M .m(}FINS' A.. /SiHTlnl AMCIM1 MnalnrS .

artesian well, and it is led to every' to Sturke foi his health" about seven I 1 It is said that potatoes.. may' (carry "In addition to tho inventory il will 'I I I'I' by Sheriff K.uelwa I' "I ,'. Cal.; Arthur B. and. Carr) D., Jr., Robert Blanchnrd visited friends in T.. .j. GRIFFIN, <.iH,lliir romnlnlnntil, ( ,. "_I l.B-Rt- .*

f structure. Then there"' aro uevural j months the scab spores ( the seed-like bodies he to take in the Strawberries' In,1, truck' are Cndiluc; Mrs. B. I D.) fliers, Gainesville Sanderson Sunday. .
WI I ago. ..U.inIIn ,chick-' ', ) necessary the (cash' ) on hand ? l\iali\ If I :: "II'' I Agent. \M STFK'H' SAlK I.
brooding IIOUHOS and yard( for tho fancier, he started(' a expert |: while no evidence( of f the disease is along with nil acounts,, that are due.. 'I' ;is said, the bow' .,l I"", line.errk-s'. selling from' C5 cents a' '; Mrs. O. B.. I Powell, Jacksonville; Judge' I K.. A.. (been, of Starke, visited ----- N''">ICI( ,. l I.I... liori'liy' ,' iflvon I lull' under, suet. h Ityliliie ,

i:< hiiMlo) ,All\ the yards are, deeply> //I.n t I piece" of land, just poultry(east' of farm A1- ) visible on its skin.. "If scab-infested) This, together' with tho increase in .Pirated he may'ii h. ."f,,, I 1 I" I i I qua i up. IJeekcopers" of the county Mrs. Hamilton Dubbins, Jacksonville.; friends' in Lnwtey Sunday.. "I'ln.tMti\I'',.,'''. of nindfl r hint, ,, nnd reHnin,,' rnlerc'd,' Hunt' on.lorivn*llec'.<* ..mli of.''r for*,O.Iv 0.*.

41 plowed( nt intervals(', and they are' thus potatoes' are "planted, the inventory, will the ., 1, will hilut' at tho South Klor-.' Mrs. K. Butler, Arcadia; Mrs.' Garage Open <" ". Iliuiiirnlilp,, ,, A. V 1..,",.. .lttd"e. of.? t thoI'lmill .
give three honey <
Ho farm F.
crop *; .iir
Illltor canll. now his 75 laying you income '; years I. (' r..urt., ,, ,In null for,. Hilt..KW.I,, mimic.
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kept clean ami, free from decayitij while' leghorn,) hens of the best( strain dig will be scabby and, unsaleable.,. after the ( : expenses. for,' i II 1 ) Itat,1, ,4 :1"1''t I 1 h "t I| ida ..11 through their association. Elsie Heirs, Alnlhua., and Miss Josie liE% : :MILK r,,".*.iIiu., I In I Ihnl (rinnln, sail... U'hiimlit'" .Tolia
matter., Luscious, pluts of turnips ) outbtllllnl 1lputl1 f I Utirii I, ,IH. ,, .lnlnnnl. pull I Adolith, ,. IIuo,.)
Weber He the I Plan'fol' this fair are well under McClenny, (Tudilac.. rfmi> >>
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4 *and a couple, of hundred, II' IIY8. continues year ) ." I e i ',,0 i < .
young fowls. : hlve pnid. / )just 18 "oon) IfS i ,11 11. I I MIT. nnd..1 'I'm' wife.., N.'ltlu.' ll'lrlm.'f.' .. AM .Inr !
cabbage' ( lettuce, ', oats etc.., fur- t "[)ilinf(. the seed.' '. Capt. MoClenny' was a member of Mile(', Jan. r,.-Mr. and Mrs. 1''. j I ,., .. ,. .. .
< ril' and intends t to,. add to his < ( The cost isuuill ; that search 1""'' II' t t"" "i I I WI) Fie r Ti' i iii>(lniil I> i lltt I > tinilerNlttnetl will olTnr for anl
nih the flocks. green- feed.,!. Dry stock IIr4dluly. | s ; and tho 'I I the state senate during his residencein P. ) had as Wednesday' of 1 hue: ) ; ; e nnd,.., .lll ell.. rr,, mail, .to, tW, hlvhmt and, beat
& He has' a Schwaljre-Smilh i iI treatment will insure WOOD LAWN\ they are '0011, lOlnl 1\1'"tl\ I reopened I Jar ant ttl.lil,,. ,., In "frfml, of 'the ,'rourthouai,, ,minor I, !I.
: feed' is Kround' ( up and. compounded' i incubator, built in sections and i ii a (clean' crop as' 'fnr ns scab Is con-1 :I'1 ABOUT the woods.JOI neal. t '"l < ,It.". I Maun-A number of cattle .dying Baker' ,
from bran, I will | \ \ I ll I>.,. ;ilh,I, "f f I lrlii-iiiin,, A.. l n> I I"'lit.:I.' d'trlnir', Pht..1 ..
CIrn, Mr. and Mrs.
''t i on the. place. c > Whl'lt. soon (charge it with <> I He is ulso' rlrnl'') To do this, soak the pota-1 Jan. 5.-Mr. and Mrs. found, In the,' h',. at t th...: wi.. has" srted many farmers to seeking. line, in Alachuaco \uftty" ) abaut n L11(1./ ( 1'1 'Walnut and South streets and( Ift'iil, ImiirM,' ,..tf Kiite',,?... t'l'.r'<. the,. .puriHiaii, of aiitiN.fvlnir ..
I alfalfameat,- ( scraps' ) and( is verynutKtloiiH 1 1'1'1. tOI'(, two hou in Wollawn. I'/1 ,. twenty-two yaers ago. G. Johnson and' lrK.. onld.. Cool ..I.ileeret.' 'the.. foltowlnir,, ,, mimi! a-
willing to incubate for at'a I I formalin solution ..1. Norman I'I'/ find the ', tim"I : 'lit' asaisiice in testing> and instruction Bume. and .
4t eggs others | returned home to ,, ,. '
and stimulates egg laying. Sunday I'' rem111' ,,1/11'/ 1 Bill Blumo of Palatka' and now prepared) ) handle any I In llrntlfitrd I rountv. }Flnrliln to.wU* l lIlirlnntnv
( before / 1// The deceased' brother-in-law rt 1,1. .
I reasonable(' !(, ") charge. He pllltini. Pr'pnr(' ( this from Plant' City where -ar away. for ringing dipping vata. t was a AI. I nt, .the goulltpaat, ,rornor, nf N., h.
A. little.. irauolitiu) engine furiiisboH" the wil't<\:- by adding t they spent( the I'I Nv Price of Mr. A. M. Darby) of Starke. and \Williams, of Trilby, visited. relatives all kinds of automobile and tractor ..nat 'IJunrter. ," of RiTllon, 14 and, inn, Woat
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',. I $pniim(> fowls for 1> -layin/ Ind other' r i per cent formaldehyde holidays. with relatives. I !Mr.11 Haies "Iil 1 I (nplal in I linn I feel..,., I Iliptirp. ,. North,, III'IH' feet... Ihi'tiro.' Knat'" ,
r power, i (capacities' nnd. if 1 you wish/ tostart .i' ( (' ) ( to thirty gallons of water.. Mr. nail Mrs.V.' L.. Valencia' he urmy, ,., l l 1'n1":,v' "I.. I hit. I \\Vnon-\\Vo shipped 41GO blueberry ,' Mrs.. H. C.. I Uiihard, of Palatka, here durnI the holidays.) repairing.. First! class worlt. I linn. fi r.o.1..<<'<. Ihi'iire,', ,. Houlh,, Irt'lH:' ( fool. ..t l III II ,nolntf ,
1 The inrulmtorn; hitherto used, on Place' ('(' the of I of Starke. Many friends \W. Dowlimr) of Lake Butler, ,"r,f IwKlnnintr,.' ,' nit II In Hecllon, IIi.. 'Townnhip,, ,. .C..
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in poultry raising successfully, if potatoes in a gunny sack the place have( ln'i-n' discarded a> too I I IMmnll. ,nnd' submerge in Sunday here join the bereaved'relatives' in spent several days last week with his ,, I l.sa.Ii ,. .
if barrel I more" or
i I A you engage him, 'he! mI! piri,< out. I of the solutlon. | their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. D.) B. ''olunbus, Ga.. I I'' ( nj'. ,an,1, plantif' lalUll oranjl't' June blue- daughter, Mrs. B..:L. Duke.. Let (ill tank. ''( ,",. niton. ,ilnnarllied,,, ,, 111"I.'\ Ui. lio, .culil' aub.lect .
fuur-Iwclol Ikhwllkeump. the right fowls for. vim, After being submerged, for I Brownimr.Lyman.. the United Stat, I'l1llnt noIhoritica berrie, (Chinese and line their 80)OW.) me your gas lo, n I'ertnln',' ,ntorlunwi,,, .. wlvott' (to I hue "''I'.'.1.
&milh; incubator, has lately been', in. v"- Inld pears Mrs. Duken) several' .." ., ,, '
tl
two hours, spread( the Darb'I.1 spent oral I"nnd' llniili. of (Coliiinlilll H (f. fr t >amm
Mtallcd( with h a capacity( of 2,000, 1'IS.i '/ ...: Mr. Wood's' place is (ideal for poul' .- ;. to dry.. Then cut and potatoes' (ut' Davis of Dallas, Texas, was i : hat,u i n.. ,.I" uhl to) grrapet LAWTEY\ days last wiek In Lake Butler, the ,of. 10011 mi. nnd, ilntiMl, J..Inn..! I I1 KNIIUIT.RtHclnl !?. I'll' *5.I 5.'.

. i Kach': (. cert(. ion can he used, separately' ) {\ ,,' try raising, and as his health ha1'3 plant. I the guest of his sister, Mrs. N. I D), ascertain what I "f him. lie guest of her daughter, Mrs. Steve Mnntrr l> ,ji K; In ChiittoerT.K ) .

: if required("( ,'( for 500() eggs ni. leas.. The'j 1; improved. ,' since(' rumlnl here, he I If s I; bo"Forty-percent obtained. from" formaldehyde druggist. The can I, Davis Miss, Sunday. ''I also() stated of the Je he 'news. ,..uiiIoselffiter "f the Pail ]ltoieh-haily( ) increase in the 'Lnwtey, Jan. 5.-Mr.. and Mrs. S. Brannrn. She was accompanied)) home Stern's' GarageTo : K Sfillcllor..I' ..I tVr for..7''nll.I"lnnnl..;,' l-H-BI-3-f.

I : hi'iit"': and" humidity can be! regulated, 'w.1( satisfied.' Mrs.. Cashatti t diluted solution any Loreno Carter, pf Plant City, 'Inding 'h.. ) ( plnnlir] in the Everglades" area indicates :A. Bryan, of Starke, visited, relatives/ Sunday by Mr. mid Mrs. Brannen. .---
: / I und can be used' several is the I Iw{ the "'iltiit( ) ( ""I'nJ' (\TIfI'II-
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Mrs. Wood. guest of relatives near ag. I
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I to.1. nicety, anti, the trayx on which'' ('/earnestly assist their r i times. here_. this large spring crop' of vegeta here Sunday. Mrs. D. I. flume! left Thursday for ,In rirfuti ,Iuulrt. Hint' '*" "nf.' HuH.lir.' ,, :. Fltchlahtd.oiil : '-.
husbands in t their business (( II Associated i'ri..t' ",-. anl, VIIR.truck bles.. :itock. and, budwood being .1 (C'frciilt.' until.ruirul. (Comity., In Clmnnrv -
constructed are
how
the eggs lire placed, are BO I' so) t "When' the week.Mr. I ( ( Miss Dorothy Edwards, of Jacksonville Vero', hlvlnJ been' (called' to the bed-) ( Stop a Cough Quick ,
I ,. cuttinA tubers for nnd, Mrs. by the ( a lutit- *
(' that all the eggs' can be turned" in can' they help being 8UccesRful 1 planting that O. VJ. Phillips, of Miami I Ia l"III" \ ,secure, from the Plant' Introduction spent a few days here tHc week, aide nf hI brother. H. B. Page' whois take'HAYES'' HEALING 'MONEY. r: .r 1 inv; I

)moment) instead., ( of ono at I tune, The poultryjjien)(' nl'ltonl'd', make(J |' brown or blackish any show I spent" the holidays' hero with his ''on hearing th,' i ii, : \.11 f"ulc', ,, (;iunler. at Miami for propogating with her grandmother, Mrs.' M. I H. 1 critically ill. cough medicine which stops the cough by a ('''\, .. I I1,1"1.1. I
1 discoloration d
ns is iiccexmiry,' by the old hand* all welcomed, (' ,.( who wish to look overtheir 'I' in. These contain ( with- (parents, Mr. and Mrs.. I D.) L. Phillips. I ''Ieur the body, I H Ityiner he'aid stunilal varieties of f avocados in the wards. Mr. and Mrs. P. 1''. Deklo) had, as heuluift the inUaiaod. and irritated tissues." Jiaaie'... .. l.et...> I finy.llefetldnnt I I

J method., In a short time the entire, hohtljngs, and cheerfully give' i unaffected' ( by surface diseases diKinfe which arc Mrs.. N. D. Davis) ( and (daughter, I F. O. B. DETROIT was cal.,,1 h his \,f fe, 1'Mvergl.les.Vaki' Rev.. and Mrs* E. Kelly, of 3))len :t guests Thursday, Mr. md, Mrs. H. L. I' A box ,of GROVE'S ()VPEN-TRATE I II I ':nppenilitir,:.; ,:.:, 'I r Itv nfTlditvll.,. nprM'litlfil' ... to tnolilll

I Incubator will b bt, (fhartred, and by any information asked', for.. "Late ( .liiti'd', riiumf. (Unit J Jeusle
I blight, wilt and several bacterial '. have the iribid' ,rn a Marys alt Croup Is enclosed with every Nitllo of I l.e., (liny I Ihe' defenilnnt, ,' I therein.. named I. A
t. II the, end, of .January the farm will diseases(' are Saturday.) With/ One. i.ltial "\ la-Have treated 3.Wl 1 hogs home of Mr. and Mrs. Penny Dink- Dennis) ,Argo\ and Minn. JO"lphint HA HEALING HONEY.. Time salvo ,iitalilent. ,' 'of Uie,.. Chum. I,., c.f., Klorldn.,,. and,' con.
h.vI', 1X00) biddies, some to keep' and 'interior of carried within tho I Stafford Valencia, of Jacksonville, I ,\Top and Slanting WintihleU/ ( 1 ,gift from bel. I nwainsth: the Irish potato I tie ., ,Herved... ,.,. tier. mid, ,. la over' thi* am
tuber. .1 br
ia ins.J.
not iiiioit
Homo to sell.. I. I Hero' in I chance'( t to;,) let. j Something to Wonder Never plant spending the week hell -with.n.. .hi.* .. Mrs. Hymel'. t tl r I tateii' i" 1'iipy' tacing cotton,. planting and sat- \W.\ Andrews' Jr., of Starke.., -wasi J.. M.. Roberts has returned fromMacclenny children suffering Cold! or Croup* of? I lwi.>...,.,,.< venra,,, : It la. llmr, .fiir,, ,onlimlHint ,- .
.. .1) farm. It was lust' About I potato that shows any grandparents' Mr. and, Mrs.. D. :., c ""oW employed 1, ,ry m Sea II Tho, hnallnH, rlTnrt of Hay,'.' Ilimllnit,, )Mimry, Intflii I I mid niili'lialdent,,, '... ,. ilefendnnt. .., ,' \I.." nnd' ,' biherehy
: k 0. where h been :
stock ;
material to a poultry to the of friends. employed : .
the growing. guest Sunday : ..i
1'I.vlls' "IIh i-unia' oinge his of
a.. < interior) (discoloration! ) when( ) the. threat 1 cnmhlnml I with (bit h..Iitigell.et I f fliovi ',, ,reiiulri-d, -. tn. npix-nr" to I tli ho bill romnlnlnl
I A genii. ,deal of manure,' of the cOlnt!) '\''hut u'lt you thinking Cut.." freshly Ilrowning. 1 urk city. Mrs. M. Toild, returned to her(. several weeks." ,' Mr. Roberts ,.. .> a (OFTrta' Sal,. (breath h .the purrs olUM ,.,, filed, ,In anld. cause" on nr liefira.. .. Mon.duy. ,,,.
about E tikla .atsucuth.Oath ,. 1)). M2I.olherwlae .(.
A.
? asljpil' II "rmn tnp Iho nih thuS of Kelirunry.'
richest kind accumulated, ant( is used" ln-r smndmii. "I'st' ,I (r.iluniia. -We now have .an, ex- home in F rt Myers SaturllY., after .. is making, preparations, for a ara parkMl. to one cmrtm, soul tim. .' : .. .the,,. ,nlleuntlona, of anld,, hill will 1.I I.l>.
I for fertilizer.Caring \OU.h'I'II//. mi ,MI. : I"hII'' ) ', "uher. FARMER Daily I I I BRIEF (en IO'() TS I (harine h ourd in the ollloe where the! spending. week h here friends.. .:.bumper. /, crop' this omt, ( of'(Ila."I. uaaimaat. U.&&, I tiideti..,. IIH, irntifiiaaed,,, ..' I Itv, .anlil., .dofeliilnnt,. ,
I' te cow 1,1',, 'il1' .'" SHOULD() ) CHECK L'P' All the Thought I I )11. nV your druggist for I HAYES' I It t la further. ,,' ,.,.r'I'rwl' ,. d thnt. t thla, nrdvrt, \.
't. greatest In I lint anything as wnnteil Mr. and Mrs. I L., Duke) had -"t. ,. .
for the TowN. and place re- ON" IIIS PROPERTY' : their -; ; :..lwrslay Ker. W. I.. Powell spent ,Ktverul as ( HONbY.1t imlilUliiil., ", onoe A w.k,, fur (four "o..lv.
W. purpose nnd effort mor than It U; There roe po hen ,inbreeds. ..I! i Also have racks fur Orlando .' "P. Dekle IIr. and 'W.1Jt week In 'its llrailforil,, ('",1, 'Tili,. ''raih.neuaimper |. N
lulrls. tho time of two men, and \ alb for thew to live pos '- fur' "le.. we days in with relatives last gucHta Friday I .. pulilliilii'd, .' In .inld, .coun'y, and.
WHAT
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In '
:: : T.. Holtzendorf. ( the, mm of the mnnfltfcr IT MEANS "The kb.'c!' reality.-Ru, (' ihr diMplY of bulletins for 'the con- week. Mm. Hhett. Drawdy and Marcus Do'kle. ,.
inventory is the I
most important The buy .n i ,yina h'n.,' HlllteTllla 1 [liHunlirr' "H ul, l 11122.<>
I u""ist.. his father.. When the record' to be ; \,"',lieiice 'f those IntereKt/, ./ S. L. Bruce, of Jacksonville, vas a '. I I Ii.) W. AI.IK.aM\N. ) % \: ,

.:,; ;? ,incubators' Ire running and the brooders TO BE "RUN DOWN" i farm and every farmer kept should on any ZIFF _- : ; A good J.. '(er'1 large', "1"1"I"i I \ guest last week of Mr. "and Mri. T. Math Duke.s) ana Tom llcn.lrrrk'. 666 I Mu,,1,1, ,I <(r lurk. A. Ci KNIIiMT.multi f'nurt.'.

,: I are full of biddies. night work is one each< make t vnt i I'' d I ,,1.lonwn. l '''i I>uvalProspective farmers from J.. Terry. are (on. the lick lint this wefrk Iii Deputy. (im'rk.A .

: ?, necessary. A""RUN DWN"l'lng( is a danI I of year, preferably. at tho season Zitf Jan.. ,tied,' el with use pll '.. I ,II thi h,,. bare' been frequent' callers Lonnie Hurley, of "wan T. IL Rimes, (of,f .ier., spent Sot /. a Prescription' (fu, Cold, Fr>er and /Z.. AliKINS., /
ger signal neglect it I' slackest work, and on the 5.-The union meeting A hen witl m ,ik k :ar.J, ,halk; I Iat NorI week seeking Jack.onvie. LnGripp It's' the most Hollcitor, for Ciiinplnlniint.,, I l8>anBMgNOTIfK s
the P.. rc-ni-
: The farm has proven a success and, you the same date each which was held at Dedan ) at my nile( during ( ,, the Sunday guest (of. }>arentc, Me. urday: evenilJ wiih l 11. and )' 11 speedy
duI wide, year, said J. E.. Tur church Fri t time I 10 I) ,"!I I\'II'r' Ij14 I- I Ii. information concerning P. MC know, Pneumonia., llinnFllflRinlnd
constantly be enlarged.( open to dangerous chse.isos. i lington day, Saturday and Iny 1'11 : \ ."II I kinds, of and( Mrs.. A tl. 'Hurley. Hlkl tty prl\.nlnl. ; ( TO) ,
,
wi professor of farm Sunday tho Iiani( |
I ,, Kielvd by
was well lilib will ba r '
"Farm build yourself to health manage *t a ']or la r.A r. rUIn ad its farming pos ibilitiea.llamiltui U Bes.ie of 'T. J. Duke guest* l lut t .week .
The ;
up I
L. Cn"hat Poultry and i ment of the Florida attended.Mr. i <" 1iaa McCormick, G.ine. hat"II 'N4VTM, ( (OF "'RBOI.DKHH()(' ( : MEKTIN,nd, TriMtrra,' of llrndford, County, Klifr-
y'', L. C. Cnahatt came to Starke six strength with -Gudos IVpto-Mantan.'. { I College of Ag. sick h flU, failid. 111.'h tigmci : yule, -was i If>f e. ami. Mrs.. She-pird Dukes) }Mr.. rind. ?Nolr.* hi.>ri'bv' trivvn IliaC \\\vr\., ,ntvulnr,. nn- I.his. nt thn., iilTIwi,, nf, thr Si'rretnrir' of thMiinrd .
It will punfy( and enrich your blood I riculture when asked what he thoughtof and Mrs. Frank Reynolds and .h., th \ 'I I kinds. 'J viaior 11 111' > c of tttv, iiukluuii.r., ,, ,",. nt the ,, nl Stark. Klnrldn." unlil 2 ,i'ciiOk' k I'.
layer t 1I11' of all "u.1
months ago| bought the Rhoden tone! up) your nervous system, and the farm little son, Tommy of The Ford Ilk ", -Luver crops) and )Jrl. A. A. Smith. Mrs. Math Dukes) and Mrs. H. Dukes. O..lt.. t. Ilmk. will I...., )hi'lil' ,. I,, lu. ,lmp. M Jnnunry U, (I'JII.' : nnd. At (html limn ptlMluly
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inventory. Graham this : h.nklol
inabout low .
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help) spent at new priceis .hcwn by oil nicely, furnishing excel- E. Edwards and children : S. S.. of Lake ii, ., Klnndii. ., .itn. opened, forAmi.rnxlmni'IY .,
Plnco on 'West% Madison Street and. )you cat well. bleep/ '' ) well and feel last week-end I an, ,I. growl ( Mrx. M. 1r.an.11rs. Proctr. ..m. J..pl.n. 'm.I",, to be delivered ..
with (
"Indeed the latter's I Ia I ll3.) T l 'la nfliv \ 40110( fcnra poat
it is good p. m vlivt' a | |
started' poultry farm without moro j I (Glide's; la a timc-tI very Importnt.," he Mr.. and parents the mo economical means of transportation A la 1 d It-,' i I'' ,1 ::' I \int. jrUinl. spent' Sunday with relatives ever InGai"e.vil Duller, and !Mrs. T. A.. Pinkvton, (of. I., ..! ,"for., 7010* rtuuiuK, yvar <.1 l t..1,tl5nNutauCh ,' ,, ,iftonw,, the rosily aa follow,, :
I tonic, by I sni..,. "Every Mrs. J.. B. Thomas. .. ,._ ,. .. ., ,
"I.. remmcndl'( (( (or man, if hen hay n s h 1'.1',' I .''ll, ( Dukes(' were of Mr. and Mrs i C.I.. buMlri .rmny, cmtte iH'ffiri* ll.im. rltiirkc-Hnnileriion road. 1,1100, pout
ado. The lao extends south to guests
|> over ) years. At .. good this I Messrs. Delatha Starling esmen can employ, With t' A. A. t MUCH.Caiihiiir' l.awtey-rroaa( Itoiul., ftOO poat..
I your druggist one, does and it cannot and Hill and in ,Ii I h."d... / I of good ,quality) Mr. and P. P.' Uekle \ .. .
: Second. Street and. First" Street runs 'liquid or tablets, as Hines of watle nunol.), ( -Ct-l'ry( Mrs. Doyle Doper, Sutunlay. '.IV.2.1.$ Hlarkv-Knlford mad, 1.100 poat.
: }you prefer.Gude's I be denied that farming is Copter Pond, Misses Avy the new c c man and slanting wind : lands, (tnrkr-l., Han.., Mutter. road.. MOO poat.
I through it. There is one layIng' i iness. a real bus Starling and Alva Thomas top callacity. pletr (I ,1.. 11':) I I Pj I .- ,In'ing,' sIpped (from the mu k Mrs.. (drover; Hlghsmith returned to John William and Marcus Drklw ( K Trh' > (-'ONTIIIICTiRd----) -- Siuurku.MIiIll.'huirul, .' and Slark. I'ank roA-ki- ,
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p houso for the >0) white leghorn hens' day spent Sun shield, it i more wonderful value than smll Imo\ntf\ ) "iift, tiumIIi'.' ,,!' I") ei.lo.. This" crop' wi be follow- their I r borne 2J J Jacksonville Monday, were in Lake fuller on business I'Vi-' '.tlcil,.., N'r will wei'lvvil,' ,. hy. the Ilimnl. 8110, pint.I'oMt. .
1(0( I Before afternoon at Brooker, guests of i d) or miikiri. Komi, lriml4H 1 llntiiroril,' County. 1 t flurI.U. '. to, lie sit felt., IonS and not Ivan thaaalx
wen ,. -
I. several a farmer attempts to .kin Ind I'' anotler ,crop' ) in spring after spending Christmas week with day afternoon.Claude of .r ,.
now luylnl, and other structures put Miss Blanche Crews. ever befor Time-saving absolutely dependable .1 I l.y at (th. >( of the Hmrrlary, nf tim Ixmrilt liiehea In diameter ut the top and to balunrt
L" I Pcptoanan nto practise this suggestion, he Cull your fiks ) I ""l''C ,II .. two crps on the same land durir l: and Mr. E. D. Boyer. Kenfroe visited, h his )brother, ( t. ..ll..', 2 neliwk, ,. p. rn. ,of; pine,. nr eyprmM.
pens.( : We I : < J"v. t..k. ". unU ,
lnt ihould are sorry to report the serious .'. M.% ;. hat time, pullicIynIo..l. The Ifonrd reaervva the riirht I ti> rJct J<< aaror
have some knowledge of nsportation, at the minimum I Possible> durinh the' C. (Cone, Of. Brooker, a business 1'uulnfroe' Sunday. "I".y ,
Mr.[ Cashatt intends to go into'tho I the I Illness of Mrs. John W. 1 ( dcnon. |. .|. r for cunntmetinK ur improvintf,' (th.. All hIm
J Tonic; and Blood Enricher) *nethods or principles )nvolved. Lewis.. She I cost. Ask\ your hie, un'' ,j.. m-," I visitor here last week Many of our farmers are putting In r < ur _tl., of ntailM. In .lirliilI K. H. M \TTirF.W8.C .
poultry business' on a large) scale, b but d i I Un1 1 was taken to Starke I now Terms if desired. -- I f.I.ln., ro ('. A. Hd'rrll.' ('halrmitn.Heeretnrv .
: .y cue his lists are complete and the (operation) ) Her Sunday for an .traton agento eu. I \' I ''H'' i ur .iiairtxtm. c"f'' '. Mr!. Isom Reddish, of Plant City, 1 crop of Irish, potatoes" this week. i Kil> il No.9.: Lavtoy t Ia (lh. Cn_ Ituaih.AppruHlmnw &., .. ,, U-D-tt-l-a

J many frieifds wh.h;. for informatloto "Ih, !.' .,1f f agriculture jimuiy tv ( and V.. is a few days with relatives Oren Jekle) spent, SundaV' 'in bike IfilKlH. 4 4.8 8 nUlxa.Ititml '
I *<3 NOTKK TO
---. ,' 'ret vlulli 1"r \\pendinl in",. to> tan. Clay county llIDlEfli4)
-- --- -- -- - J. t. Andrews DealeronTradorFordand Gdirl t.., ''' !omeDlmonstraton ,.'..Hi. the bl.o.' You .o.or.I.Stenl.,, Butler with relatives.Mrs. .. Aptiruximato,. .I.n'h.l.awlP' i I.a B ,. In. Healed, hOle will IM.> runIvsi
4'' '- ) 1a'.'. .,',...II I ''I.., I ''i. /hvl/ulDi tlTi-'t'', PrlcnMOTHfTOVE I.. hn.I. Mlrr and son, Lorenzo, visited .Eva; l Renfrou and. childrenwere |. .. .,ItuMl. 'N.,...a. Shirt, 7.0,. to. (tha.. Croai Tdiaila.., ArIr.ualnwt. ,' .Ilond,ml, tnr Triwtwii. ,nfflro of,of Bradford the, Avcrrtary(County' ,of Floililii. t tim.

r F| relatives in Sanderson Sunday. guests of her parents, Mr. and Itoiul .No.I."th.4 4. "Htarfca. f mi.> It.... Appron.hnota Hoard, 51 t Hlnrkn.,, Florida, until 2 clock f.

0 \ :1 > 1/ Lincoln;i Cars: Mrs. E. J. TValnwriRht, of Rtarke, Mrs. R. Ii K.: Parrjsh' Sunday.O. Knail... I,n.Lh. S.0.4. MUirk.mil.. to Nmv River. A M*.* JnnuNry.dfur U. mil, and at tJ.at, t time publlelrnpn

spent a few days here last wefk'at P. Dekle was looking after tiarineBH .'... ...'.IpnMVh.. 106 mi.' p (On* t t.n to, twenty horn pews hailer and
/ "J Wonil. 11. ., due lino.Ar hnintlnic. tnutina for mounting on |pill>(l* drlwr. u
th. .
the.! hom<; of Mr. and Mrv TrubyWainwnght. in Lake Butler Monday. '.proMlr to. J""lh.,'S..k., .3.t 1 ,milvi.koad .nlt or> on. to twenty hora* power gasoline hoist.**
I ) .. 12.. 'llmtil'1 No. 13 the Clay bit niflnf> for th, nm purp4M, ,* llliln. ,, wiflIN
-' u.. : .. "'' I.. A..lm.,, 1 2 2.3 3 .. mcflved in both new soul| Mnndhnii4iufpm *, ),, ,
] Truby Willis "ue* transacting bu W BKADFOItll,\ ) ) .I"'t totol aiMmltlui. of tim.I.n.th.. nn mi.. < .nt. Hldilor., will b be rwqtilrvd to fnr

; ness" in Lake But' r Monday.Mrs. -- follnwa pmma..is. > t tCUttirlnir.. oiaflntil' ar. ."h...10.1' m fiSh.mt iH'ctH0 00| whlrh ti nM h he and tubmtt eomplttt Itldfl. *. l list und* t. ot to pupils.nurmitw -

her a t Teare delightfully Bradford, Jan. 5-Mrs. Ruby Rains nd frralininir.., II arrvfl.F.OBvalina. the nAtf,rucfriry, op n. tlon of th,. same.f.1'nymint
speedy recovers.Meesrs. A ToNIC .. 27:5: will not. tMi mnil until sites e.lulp-(
entertained her Sunday school clusi spent the holdaYI with friends and 124,515 1* u., I".. mtnt* hiut hiHfn rnc>lv d and trl.,d out t by| lhUimrd .-
Riley and &. Ri don, of V/mt/' nuirklno irriillnu (( itatlona. >
;, i drove's Tasteless. chill Tonic ,remnrea ) 2.08// ,, of Hond, 'Trut. of !fr dforti .
Cuunty.or
ThereHsa. 24 lach RltMi. 11U4" lln.
afternoon her home. Those at
,. 'I I Le"burg" were the ui, ts of J. D. Energy and Vitality Purifying enrf CHILD 9WELS) { Friday at r.\tv"\' fltrunlur, lOO.OflO. t." mvaaur. Its HtnrM ,uthvrwlMi di'Utrrtin', ( to th. sat.!.*
ft %! Thomas last Tuesday. by present were Mi nc. Beatrice and The Central Union Association met tf'lay ft* U."41,2111, .0. Ii. iHfnntUm, of th. Hoard. .

'' H.H.I I Miss Nishle Lou of Midway Enriching the Blood. When you feel (tstttrengtbenl L Elizabeth Howe, Mildred and Laura at Bradford Baptist (church Friday, .. .Iu.r.lnl. .h.tnl 1..I.r| aanU..lay aurfaiM. *. ,or Ti nil>. bid H.mrtl*. reiMirv. ..| the rtiiht to r.Juct,> asr

i'.J. I D r ,ion, ''I Invigorating efet.aee'b''' \ Durban, Arthurine Catherine and Saturday. and !Sunday.. It was one of 21.01 vi.eaad'.d a<.' tloit.,. f or>f rr til will Via aon- K. 8, MATTHKW3.
\spent last wee 'ro guest of It brings to the cheeks and kow Helen Blunt-hard. A pleasant two the best meetings of the union. alitarvd., a unit and the .oVtvrinlnatlnn, of the c. j A.* HTCH; Clisirutas.
'f C c r*
her d J. W. it then 1 low bld.k.r ha man> nn this baola.. fury 14.S.St-l.o
improves the : wi
f grandparent Mr. appetite, you vi ,. is is.axative hours were spent in gaines 1 and. social C. M. and, S. C. Andreu were! business All ...rk (., b dona In nconrtlAnea'. with (thaplana
Lwis. I appreciate its true tonic valurf.Grove's "CaliforiFJ, Syrup" Cake and visitors to Brooker Saturday.Mrs. .nt Int."lun.. Kntnil** I..fon., NOTKK( TO HIII) FH3
served .
talk. cocoa by .
': \ Mr. and Mrs. The L? teach, MIsSes Tasteless chill Tonlo i is uhaply were ..1.1 ,. .. "".. "... and 1"-1 B*>*lirfl blflu,, will b Ii. rMf-lvml by the f linasi l
Grace Child'ls\ the hostess, assisted by Mrs* A. A.. Bill. Syrrency, Miss. Lubedia, ,...t of 8rfo.d roust'". of ftoml. Trut.i-.. of.. Brad ford County, fUxr-
and Lubedia I Iett, were vis- Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. S S8 _. of lACrosSe and Miss Hagar .lOaah blt must wuiompanliid, br a ..- Ida, at t the ,oirie, of the Mvrrvturv of u isW
Smith and' Miss B ssie MeCormick. i'inholster .
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In
ItoEs to Waldo Sun 1. pleasant evin( children like The blood : .. Ami on bank ISnulfortl Soonty.mcli Hyurd at 8Urk*. rlnrldti... until 2 o'aloek' 1'.
& y needs It f. .__ Silas Futvh' was a visitor to St. Au. Baxter, of Tampa, were visitors pmyabla., to 10. ti. Matthawa. ..h..n.1..t ,. M.., January It V. lim, and at( that Um put rtctrop'n
and IRON 10 .
QUININE it .
Mr. and Mrs. to Purify -- of Unnd" TruHUf*. for nv per Mml of *' *.l.. forAppruximiitcly
B. r Dowllng, Mr. J ?' lull, again. in our community Saturday. bid." avIuVnev', .. .. of' iroml faith, and.
Enrich amiG.ip ,
and Mrs. Mallory it. [Itestroys Malarial germs ): a sick Ii loi "II ,,,ni v" .1. .IIf'} keep' "eaifornia, Habitual Constipation, Curwlto te ,, .that If. awarded 'tha eontriut forty thowioml feet tnmr4m
)mas and Clay. Eve r I,' ill I ,011.1. Mrs.. R. .J. Andrews was in our community a tftiaritntea ur of Creosoted plna luratM, and rm f
( ; The Woman's ton Johns of germs by Its Strengthening, InvtAnr-' tate of ""CalifoJ I'' t11'' ." ." l ,und., They know.. t t4iI- .14. to 31 Days the biddrr"", will axaut.. (the Contract' and a-iva- hundred and, KHt-wn. twvnty-foot.. erniwofvdl pi.* 1'1'S
: Stark were caned t.I tithe Effect. ril It..1r ... Iz: lUi', *k 11M, Friday' visiting her mother, bond riulrad.. .
Tonic Bung ((&:. ittle stomach iMtlr tue"I I'I. I .aY"" a "" < | t. '-LAX-FOS WITH PEPS1NT U ec1ariy. plk's.'r Bid to b rirolved d K O H tftmtn
I E En bedsIde of their Mrs.. '' I t"' 0 a ? The rlvht la rraarvad\ rajact any or all All |umbr, find .
I ''tter, J. W. -- >r if I r"" full -P"' ,our ,JniM( !.t 'fur Ipnuin" Mrs.. Murrhce.Mrs. \ plies and nuuterlsie unit omaha
your ,\ .' prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxatjve ...
.. bl.l ode of
.hluJ lorr'1' fo tabt& atmrnt to ton form to Ilrsuifpe4
Lewis, Sunday.Dr. ned in Starke at the courthouse !Saturday f el.., or fu. < t i wil "' I Srup. Wiph|, )..' ,. Constipation. It relieves E. C. Baxter I U spending a few Plaint and, aprclflcallonii, may ba Iran at, thaofftca County pv llle ,tioaB. g
Biggs of I <- fail to I p. I a1 "b.' ..:; an,1. chiM-en,$' of all age. bo taken ; 21 2uy of (tha county. aniclnacr, and coplva of Thi' HnarU,, nMrvM the rIght to rvJtrWtmfor '
Sttke made a pro afternoon. Miss Padgett bat* 'I \er opujk. thor I tuMiH,' .r r la' ,. Motl.r,I... You ,mUHt .should regularly fo.t < '< days with her daughter, Mr. C. M. tim apwilnoatlona" may l b obtained' from' thaarciwury all r bida. I ,
L L hours' elf > t 'tti' action. It .
fesslona) call in this you can s'r I / induce! regular of the board at, IJ.5'B')
2 Sun.day. Stmtatelanl par .
copy.
community t an K. S. MTTHKW
1 I many friends here who wish the neIjrweds UURhly It Wort? t 1/0"/ "" ,ationV14 frint. f//"f.-. ,.,' or )Jti t I :n.y! / get R. .ulate Very' Pleasant !'O Andreu. opka* of the plans may ba 'obtained from. C. A. BUTCH. CrBveratary. .
% success. Mr. and Mrs. Roach' t"nd.r.. little b..! you> a <.1iatati.a. Ua JfuP'' ber, I bottle. }Mrs W.. M.[. Hurrvll was in Lu- lit ha aMrotary of f th. board at, 12.00 for each 5.1-4 v.

>> % Thomas Roach of Plant CIty, ar I returned t Plant City Tuesday aDo< POion> > aul bi'J!' 4W {roW tlic' < uIl u ,

MIss Ole Padget, were quietly mal-: I l will\ make their future home the. .


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IADFORD --- -, and peolle; I went In-I ge''h' tho attending P 7t1citl
yount(
I.. .'GB tIGlrf: -. ..-' 0" -- .-- -- -- SEW IU\'Elt mentB ar(' heinie made by Its perpetrator. women to old lIaloon8, 80me strul1'ltlin to I .eho'\\k be the resul t of drift I!

In the hop of b(>er anti wim" Inl ey.III .
: I Stella I wl h to say to the citizens of the hold on but ditl not n __,
.Jan. 5.-Mllls bll'k no one

:: ['arkcr New vl..lted mver, frle",11I In Gainl'svil1euntIIlY. county and that cOTl8cientioullly I have f..arle9sly tlillchurl/ed, honestlY' : my- II IIclut coming th'y werc slltisf; ed the old wanted 8tyle beer saloon -
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fi ;: ; Tlot mllny
: .. li jud\e, IInd have nofl'l was gone;
m : 'Jim Adkins aud son, lJonald, molrld ) of as counly hont'flt! Invellt l.tatlon; I and wine. I laid my hel1ll on my pil- .tab!

ount ( to Lake Butler Saturduy. r. any invitin I'''low, feeling that the men and women
written the lCovernor. fur
have
i busine8s trip 'I who fillhting
1', S. Crews made a of my country were
officltla
1 : C.- ;;;.; ;;.. W.... .,. :JM t 1.0 Luke Butler Thursduy. him to of mint'rl/oCitlly. Invellthclltl' all .''prohibition really tlid not know tho LU
while
;;'..r .dn' ,,, W. M. Hodges aTld daughter, AIphi. <'ls to senton"c ..itlzcn 1/:0011: they w'e trying to do,
\ Reular Corrupondel'1U. ... were shopping In Starke FrltJuy. It hi no pl'a"url. those who wantl'd the bill' to rl'mainreuHy
f to the jail, but myIIIII..mn
I' >l of our county did not know the hllTm th..ywere
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... to' do 110.
\, 10_ __ .. :JI if.--- --- I !\\IllIlIell Thelma l'al'kel' and Marie oa th ( 01np"ls mo doing to the nation." I II
............. .4I week.Mrll. Butler Mr. and probably have b..en spvcr. on prohibItion -
this "f Lake ,
I.. G. .Johnll. Chlllltain, i
:\11'8. knew I was I II
I I.A IU J1VTI.Y.I{ is villitinj.( relative Grdton violator!!, but )'ou I d"lId,1 iI
11. Jo'. Ch"III'r :\Irs. P. S. Crew8, IIIessr" elt'ct",1 me b)' your Lha1'l1l SIundl.'rs, eolol'l'd, Is I
>HY before you
I IInd friendll in Ju'kllonville.11' and Clarence Adkin8, Ple lCer John. have been victim otlol-
Il Ilievetl to
I still um
& I.uk!! Butler. Jan. -I' O. StewIIrt :\ aOlI 1011'11. J. II. McGruder werobUMinells Dewey Dukes, Tommy Chancey, of'Midway overwhelmln" IJI"Jorlty. > Christmas IIhine. Friday afternoon \
\ -
remllin. app"'iate son
left 1'UCIIJay fur Newbnry, where villi till'S to l r/lham this week Frank Harrell, of Pine Hill, ])HY uml dry I shllll the and he bought his Christm s todtly.Ahout .
In pust
hall III'c"It"11, n IIfIKition In a ga. of Atlunt". I.viflit. of Mist.s Alphie I ndlna your favors
he 1. tI J1'tmJnd.! were tho guests of all who niRht he took a drink. 'Vithin \
tlw humc of C. F.. IIl1rp'r thid I1od/l8 SUllday afternoon.Purvli ('urn'Mtly lIk the .upport the direct
rage.I
lit / dead,
in/! hours h. was
two
1Il1I ItO."l'Ilhcl.It, """ ,,( :\11'. sister "nd ,, lire Cor law ('nforcement.Sincereb' I
f !>tlllltcr we'k.Mi:4S. : Lowlll LInd Opal of his death beiTlg' acute Indi-
caulle
I I' 1I'ory IOIl'flherl!, r..turned Sunday Dllisy Moore, of Thereltlla, WUIIII otherll, of Ziff, attended the dance yours
he had been Adv. It. A. GREE I --.-,
where Paid _. -
from JUl'ksonvillo "Isitor h.re undIlY.lisll h..".. TUI'"av eveninir. : .---- -- >
wmmmmmam.mmmmaJFireproof
In niver/ljdt! hnKritol. Ab/lut 1\ week :\ Cllthprine Wccst, the nine- lr-\V-l\I.Hodgs\ : \ III visiting hel""ister .- !OO nmm

'. j alo! whilu handling a f.run. it wall a- you I' "ltI dl1Ul'hter of MI'. IInd l\In. H.B. Mrs. J. W. Lewis, In Starke, TIIIWU: ANOTlIEH'S B'S I"A '
( dilll'ha r ed, II II/Ht/ of the fine piano for It I
('leI'utally Weest. reeeived a who hus been ill.
i j lotHI ent'rlll" hi foot. It Willi toundt Christ mUll rr"H'nt. The Jelft WIIS byt.er Among th08e attending church at.I corrl'l'pOndl'nt in Grit (Au:4trlllia : / age

\ I I J'co! Sl1ry to amputate onll of hili to"11 grandmolherIrs.: ..W\ilillm\ Weest.IIf >cclan SaturdllY night were Misses ), W. D. B. Creagh, tdlll of I/o recent I ,

t : an.I. he III doin nicely now.I l'hlladeJI'hlll. :\linnie and Rosa I1odgell Mes rtl. ; trip to Americn, where for twelve :'

I: A tll.rry Chrl/ltmLlII Willi IIpent b)' ev.ryone 1111'>1. L. G. .Johns and childr..n huvobl.en Grafton IInd Cillrence Adkins, HOllu I IJohns. weeks he travele Crom place to place Freeman R ster p.Automobil .

.. In I"ke Butler. Not II thinhal'lPl'lled !\' the 1II1'IItli fir I'elutiv's In Hawthorn. i sc.king the facts about prohibition. ,

to mLlr thc pie,,"IIrl' of u I ... Rosa Jo'ns left Thursday for I Iampsonwhel'e The fact that he bad peen In America Re tng I'

lIin.B1e one.tl Mrs. Seckinver; anti dau/'hter!: Josi,', she will be the guest before lrohibition, when he himsclf 'I' ,

( -kev. .J. JJ. Major. pUlltnr "r the ure jul'lIlII of MI"' Slckin! er's sister, I Illr pf her 'illter, Mrs. C. Brown. was a heavy drinker, gave him knowledge -

tl I "lc.thoJist church, len lallt Suturd.1)' .1. :\I. l\faxwcll; this week.Thl' Misses) Alphie IInd Ina IIodgoel5 visited ; of where tu looI( IITld how tolIve/ Th days of ex pen c auto Ie repairing
I.akl'lllnd wh'r.. h(' un,1 fllmily or met in ne found that The I' of tOl 111 hav his
for Humpton
dthans friends in Zitf SundllY. I ('orrect Judgment. I I"lIbolutel are'over. car 0\"
will muke th.ir hOI1I1'. HI'v. ltlljorha:4 the the city hllll Mond..y niJ.rht IInd orunizcd :\UIIS Alice Pipl'r ot Luke BuUer attendcd )' the closinlC of the saloo.,;, repairs made reasonat and eff Iy if he caters -

; : b'cn pftlltor of lhis ('hurch ror !/:, Boollter Club for the I.ur- t.he dan'e here Saturday eve- the outlawinjt of thl.! liquor trutlic, th mechaci VIIO I IVS 1I0\V. "

i IURt three y""I'!!, and h'18' J1\1\de a hogtof of upbuil inll this sectiun or th"1'lIunt I hilsvol'keel the j.C1'eu\'lIt\ and most to understands
.. rl'ltrct to lose thlll I'll- I (1olle ning.G. of the Take car to a a rl;! man
I frlendll who ,} and town. The fullowinA' \V. Andrews motorell to Starke wonderul benefits to that part your
1'1 1'1'1' hall he.'l1 IwuuI om-I troubles. e wilt s l )ur problem
I timble fllmlly. > l'I'I'd were electl.d: Wednesday night. ', human rnce that find themselves on'thill autoll1obit
I i I Utul Iillle brkk ,'hurch built on Main President, Jo'. I,;. I1I'OI'Y. Mrs. C. A. .JobM retumed home :' great continent in the yellr of,1t'1'lIce. in half th time. Dc ot pay workman'sinexperience.

..tl.t'.t, n.v. lIIajor Ilolnlt' m".t of thl'I Vice I'rellident, L. J. Wynn.SecTl'tury frllm Starke ThursJ..y. aCter IIIJendinJtthe 1\122.\ At th parape; ; yc 'p iring will f ,

I ....,".k himllelf.fi8S J. 1". Houller.A holidays there. 1\11'. Crcul/h: telill ut length .of hi"l atten n as our II mcs are ex-

I Alncll Duiley. of Ito'k II ill.S. .. slstllnt Sl.'cretary, A. A. lJurden.TIIIy Geneva ,sIlPP and mother, ot Van.h'rbilt. I, visit to the Bowery, where be told recclve prompt I ,

C., ill thu"! t of her 1111'..''. Chas.I djourn'd to I1wet Frlduy, visited friend" here Sunday.H. i rolicl'man he wanted to lice the dive!!. pert.KelleySpringfield. ''J '
ACnt'1II
I H. Itegiliter un.1 fumily.fi.; Jlln. 12th. A. Andrews, of Winter Haven, the aloons nnd the sights, IlTId wnsI Tires for

I... a IItu.lomt of ,the WlnlF1rnll Cnl1l.ge I .:\1 rlt. Mllxwell'haUS her ItUI' f this motored hel'e Friday. informed, "Tliere's nothinto! see They giv 'ou lastin ce and do
I Mnd is fllr onI ,'"clltion.I Fox of Guyton, I fronted your .lf.
weel, hcr lIist..rIrs.; thc"re now. He ,li. find new .Hle of tire.I .
I the cheal
{ Hev. ami !II 1'''. I W.rllnwr, 01 buildings. thoulh I' not cost lI1YIIore\ tl 1 1('
lu.: '1'111crnzl;ss OF lIJUlWOIWCOUNT. I Khoptl. even new
I IIndIIn' TO :
'fhurllduy
Jllck onvill,', IIrrlv..d old sllioon.i few
.. here and there was an Second Hand Au mObileS--lan" :l
lhe McthOtlillt 1'1'
TlOW oc'ul'yln!! ", sPIrt drinks wert! soldlI I
where
IlImUNHJu i front, for sa I here is one
I Crlut1er ha. Iw'n aprolnte of second hand Ford aI's
ev.
bottle
I
::4onall' oecaslonal
I the work lit this 1II'e) allli There ure now beinlt' circulated Inlur IInd perhllps an I Ibootlt.g Fo left for $5 ':':ome. buy
< to Wilkinson were smooth running
\lisll ROllie but otherwl e things
b Mr Bessi. ,
ill "t'nd< ,,1 to our ( county petitions ) I in aI's.I .
w..lculllt'
a henrty J. V. SlIvujte, J. n. SIIVlIge, [cGrudl.'r, n kinjC the I/overnor: lormy ', 1111 trunsforme.1 they were hardly recognizllble. it and drive it away argains
.
new cithw" .:. returlwd tll their I
Is thltlIt ., IInd Curl Savage removal from office. No charges .
01 Slul'kl'
Mrs. n. C. Rwcul. \ hom" in Stunrt Thursday, after II vis- The IIto of the day concludes I II
otfl'! un" 114.... .J. (:. Iuuler. are "I'ecified' as there are none toI'pe'ily :
\ with reluUves. word : "That dllY was one
hero catspuw with th'so
the Instlgoator of this -
11011 t hill wl..k. Purvis a,1; Oscar l'ur. or 1 saw thousands of I I
1\IIss Lucy I of wonderment:
01 JIlCkllUnville, Bcheme would surely have enum'rllted :
J
MislI 1'v.lyn: Piper viII Il'lt Saturday for I"eysville, tel'minllling children bare feet; I poke to m..n
: misleading tnte- no
.... ..I..ili.... h.r mothl'r.und Iumily.r I and MrllV. ( them.Iany ,
: i :'l F. 1I"i1.. of prlnlt'.hllc, It visit with l\Ir. __ 0 __ -- -- .
\ n. ("fl'WS. Little W. L. Crews accompunicd -
r H. C., III t he uellt of hcr sl"t'r, M rR. them for a "hort visit.llrs. .

ChilI<. 11. ltclt'lI'Iwr' "n,1, family.lIow".1 J. A. Stllrling und son, C. B.Jlcnnett .
Mann, thl' IIvl' year 0"1 lIOn I Ial'Ih

I of JIll'. IInd MrR. J. M. Mftnn> .Ii.d un were bllMintss visitors toI to' New York Official Econ y Tes (

"Iooluluy, cau.1. from un Injury he Sturke Friday. San Francisco ,
I 11. II. Ricks Icft SuturdllY for West
.
fI'I''ivl..1 in hiM hellll IlOme timo the Swift ajto.1'h. Palm l.8ch, after slJtnlin/C ChristI Sanction American Automobile Association [
.. lui.1 to rCKt In
hlltly Wit"
I antI
mall here with II. C. Wimberly trlisi
,metl'r 1'u"sI1I1Y. The many .
Cr..k c< ) accompanied
Wimberly
bmily. Mrs.
ext'ml th..rrh"lIrtt.lt
of tho> family
frien.JI<
ber"uv.1oneil. : him 88 for as Jacksonville.I .
to the
sYl\Il'/lthy 1\1 rs. Dees, of Gainesvilll. is spendiTlIt I \tis'

I a few days hl.'re the guellt of her '
II. f.'. l'ri'lIter I..turned hOlue unflny 1\Irs. Haymond Bell und s'J
.Iaughters,
Wilmin ton, N. C., wh..rohe Makes
frum
11\1 rs. 1>. Eo nell. .. Gray
hat! b..n on buslneslt. II. C. Wimberly, Jr., ind W. M.I If
TllmI'U I
Milill l\1nurin Jewl'll. of l'ort h..
Wlmb.ly Il'ft Sunday for !\\Iadison to
'\ Is vl itinlC fri,11I here. .. ...
: visit relatives for a lew day. 1. "
.. of 011-
Mrll. A. U. nnvi. I
\ Mr. IInd J.C. J. J. Smith, of Ocala, wus a visitor \\ ,
of thl.lr Mlln
the ICUt'l\t8
0111, ure .
!
h'I'1. Monday.II'
I IInd fumity.i Record
nnulerlton Club I !\ nnd Mrs. R. D. I'rescott have
of the Womnn'lt
i I At u meetinlC 1111 hOIiIl" guellts for a short time Mrs.I .
follo in\l 1111I1'.rlt wert!
MondllY till' I Frank Lastinger, Mrs. Ed Kinlr, R\t'h-\ I

. ..I"(' ed: IIrd fnjCjsh: ) and Charles Lllstlnlt'er,
PreRiI'nt, Mrll. 1'. 1\1. l'lIdltett.1st : i .

, VPrt'II tlent, l\lrH. (1. H. Rt'Kilt- I of Da .tona.I businesll vlsllor ecord 33 Miles I \ t
J. L. Johnson WBI a .. Official World's Economy
ler. I to Jacksonville Suturday.I edA

I ,. 3rd 2nd V-President V-l'rellid'nt,, Mrs.Mrs.J.J.Jo M.. Maines.r Mann.I .. !\ 'I'll. H. C. Wimberly, Misses Etht.1 Per Gallon From San Francisco New [

Hicks, neth Wlmbtrly and Wlnitn'.1 -

I ,/ r,. Secretary, Mrs.Mrs. Arthur Wm. Johnllton.Dekle. Wimberly, J. F. Grl11l9 anti R.'V. York. Made By Stock Gray Tour g Car ,! ,
Treullurer,
Starke Sunday.
VaujChn motoed to -
<, Silall 1>. John an old resid.nt ofthill 'j< :..

county, deplu'ted thill life Decent- tJret'

I I ber 31st, nt his home about three miles 142,55 gallons of gasoline in 17 'days.r nni g 'time, 10 '
miles frllm Lake Butler. Mr. Johns I SAl\I (IT\ 4,819 on .11.'.
I native of Florida und an old under sancti9n and accompanied by an officia\serv\ r
wall a five
equal to
r"l\p 'wII larmer. III' hnd been u suffe'fC I Sal11lSun City, Jan. 5.-Mrs. S. E.I passengers, I Iof 116lCi

.I (' with asthml\ and lately hall n Jones and son, H. E., attended the the American Automobile Association, lCih

very Bevere uttack of denlCue fever.I I convention at Therellsa Saturday and 'arov

He woultl hllve Boon' reache.1 hili 74th Sunday.I This this the greatest achievement fe economy a l nsvation

,_ I mile pOKt. Bellille hili devoted wife he I 1\1'1'. un.1 Mrl5. T. C. Thomas and performance stamps e'I'

\ : leaves four sonl and tlree dau"ht..rs I children, Mabel, Doris and Ouida, ofI of the nation.s supply of gasolme ever recorded. 1. ,
,
'
tn mourn the lOllI, 'V. J. A. Johns, S. I Palatka, speTlt the hoje..ys) here with I 'e''

.\<,', fl. Johns, Jr., S. Johns, l.ou1s JQhns, ; hl'r mother, Mrs. Josle llall.I IIqt

of Lake Butler, Mr Lucretia SUj'gs, I MesMr9. T. V. Williams and Ray ,' General Specifications ,
I ;:;" of Lake Outler, Mn. Rosa Thomus, i Goodge anll Mrs. T. d. Thomas, ot''Pllllltku

.,. '. of Glen Rt. Mnry, and Mrll. Leah SlIrpof Mrs. 'V. J. Roberson and IGNITION-Distributor storage bat- F AME-Pressed lteel, .'11. del') 01y

., Sapp.Interml'nt. I Misses Mamie nail and EffieEdmond. MOTOn-Four cylinder, L.head, 3 -2 1.8' in. flange, withr tubu yn,

W8\ mad!! at wift Crel'k Slllnltl.'ndell the show at Starke Saturday 5-8 in. bore, 4 In. stroke, Develops tery. lar cross- ember i11l muiCRA

His host of lrleTldll extend nilCht. 20-25 II. P. STARTING AND LIGIITING-\ves-
('emetery. mum rigidIty. I
\ I
their de'pl.'lIt ..ympathY to ttl.e IJerellve.1 I l.ynk Williams Itll" go no to Lock- KSIlAFT-lleat-treated high tin"house lltarter und ge'nerator- I'I

lamil). I IOP1l0 where he hus uc'erted employml.'nt carbon steel, 1 1-2 In. diameter-3 2 unit, 6 volt. Drum hallli ht8 PRNGS-Special alloyel. Sinlarl'e
The conv"/lt\on\ ot the Chrilltllnchurl'h with A. K. Smith.'I bearings. with dimmers-non-glaring lenses. gle Bemi-cantllever In .1, doubt 'Ia

h..I,1 at There89a nec. 30-31 ,' :\rs. Ll'na nnssett and cbildren, ofi STEER'NG GEAR-Worm and gear, in rear. I ,

was well "ttended. Lake Butler bad i Starke, motored hero. Sunday and COOLING-Thermo-siphon wi b ex. adjustable.tra TIRES-30x3 1-2, nckldd.In "

four delej'ates, each one being as ijtn- were "ues s of Mra. 'V. .J. Roberson.Mrs. ,large ,water head: Radlator- f'RONT A LE-Timken. I-beam lecmountable rims. 'I er

ed a place on the program. John W. S. Nabb rt.turne.1 to Jack- type. forging. Tlmken ;, ,
0 tlon, one- pie e
,/ Crews and W. H. Osborne had the de.votlonal 'I sonvllleIonday!\ where she Is tnklng EQUIPMENT-Electric Ju full 11nlng

hour, C. F. Rivers and E. W., medical treatment, after spending the CLUTCn-l0 in. In di.meter-run., bearings. of tools with jackPI rim I. .

)tiller on the "Bible School a Dies.ing .: holiduys here with her son-In-law and In oil. Clutch, pedal adjustable. RE'An AXLE-TI men, semloa t.IIIg rear. ,
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to tho Church." The sermon ofRev. daughter. Mr. an.1 Mrs. W. II. Smith.f TRANSMISSION-Sliding ear Pressed steel housing with removthreEl MODELS-Touring, Rolter. Foverse. I

Thornque..t. on tho uses of tobacco I D. Jones was a visitor to lIaD\p." speeds forward. pne Ipeed re- able cover. },}rive pinion integral Door Sedan, Coach. tPe aheattnated.

was ot great good to all who heard I ton Sunday. Forged nickel-steel gears. with Ihaft. Spiral gears-adjust- Chusls. ,
It. Th Ipedal music byIr.!\ and !\\lrs MesKr\o\ Ray Goodge and TV. Williams Tlmken bearings. able 1'lmken bearings. .Drlve IIhafla

R. 0. Stull wal very Impressive, al: and Mrs. T. C. Thomas, of Pa.latka Center control. Stralghtline drive. nickel steel. WEIGIIT-U80

was allo the lermon by Mrs. Stull on Mrs. W. J. Roberson Dlotoretlto ,

"nands Fun of }loney." T e whole Starke Thursday.E. -

; ', .' program wal a rare t.rl'lIt to aU who D. Jones was a Visitor to Lake ,

attended. Butler Thursday.Ir. .
!\ and Mrs. W. n. Smith and lit.tle $490

AIUPTOS, daughter, Docie and W. S. Nabb Touring Roadst r .
'
.. "<11" ft motored to Starke Monday afternoon.Mrs. .

Uampton, Jan. 15Rev.. Burke,. of Mary Goodge IIpent the holidays f. O. B. DETROIT
., at he Methodist at Lake City. the guest of her
r .w\1l\ preach '... ,
311Jcl next Sunday, morning and dauschter, Mn. E. L. IJarper.Mr .

Invited to be preslent. I and' Mrs. Arthur BrowQ and
Ev ryone
'
.. .' I .. children, of Graham, spent Sunday D. BOREE Distributor STARKE FLA.

Mra. L. A,, Shearhoule, ot lIaw'h' here guests of Mr. and Mn. Claud.. ,
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'' ,h. .....' of, .. '"'' i I Brown. .


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