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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 12, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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t I milt Y\J.lr\:\ MADE INSTRUMENT OF j

I SERVE PATRONS HONESTLY TO MOVE
" TORTURESAID
t W8s11Iu.rK3.: O.-With.- AROUND STARKE TO BE USED

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11 tilt' ilkilit' nrder<.!d I to.hI .. : Farmer. and :Shippers One Hundred and On. Bushel. Shipped :Seeking/ Slayers <>i' Mer! ItituKf Mn. VNNOI' :MKJIKNT: : PARTY

Prst! It l ding; lii)1IT" I The city council met in regular, ..*s- TuedtTuesday's >' Open Hearing .it IliixiroiiUastrop 1

',ng t i the de.nwiit 1 Iepresentati\c! II. K.-nnerly, of MUD January 2, with the :following :"U's. 'II, I I.. llcasley entertained
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Til hitB, whose election in November members present: T. J. Grlflin. chair-' Ijt., .11 0. it. A hiuiKiii'in'-. ihiirntiiiKl! ) ''l'uosila' afternoon from .
of
01 .t, shipment xtraibomeiis
i thai the 1 I returns him to the next )legislature man: :). A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin, J. C. >'. the heaviest of the noose dangled before the eyes of the fhrec to i sriitt: her "hom'e on Eight
t ;j.h'lIl t> It: 81.tlme l'X-..from Putnam l Robinson. season, St) far. Louisiana "hooded .mob" murderer street.
has
county, finished his t i It consisted! of 33: refrigerator bOJo..a.e.'I'h
I ''II I .t : e of the "or- I rouijh draft of a bill which he. plans Minutes of last meeting were rend holding two bushel, and! 35 tonight as state and federal fimva Th. guests who canto at :.1 o'clock

; 'III\\) ,.t ("iii. ;' to introduce in the house, which will and approved. critcs. Tho )lr arst portion was open Cent slowly tightened the net bringing played bridge until four-thirty when

, "till 113(1'( I'' utI n(1 t metd moan much to the fanners, and fruit Upon motion toe purchase of health \\i'i J. !M. Truby, Jennings & Turner, them to justice for the slaying ofWatt tho tea guests arrived! Four table*
Daniel
i growers! of the entire state. The head- guards for outside toilets was deferred 1'. S. Williams and Thoinofl F. Richards were laid for bridge and tho game resulted -
j I Iw I lo) It iide: l..n"W l ins: of the proposed measure is e1 \- for future reference. i I Flume anti D. G., J.Cox.I" Kjckliter, Fred of Mer llouge. in Mrs. Florence' Powell making
, tI'/I/ol St The frightful rtl\'(-1.1 tiIns of torture hiitheHt ...
the Millie1 1 nlnnatory: > A committee was present from the score and! receiving u

:. '\1 1 k LWl' \ r"'todat" or "An act providing for the licensing, Protestant! Brotherhood asking the So far.the berries have been almostentir..y..o inflicted upon Daniels and Kirharda dainty glass denser bowl us u prize.
: ,... and) 1 revoking of licenses of commls- council to consider the passage of n ( the Missionary variety, before they died, us rnado in tod.iy'ii :\lr.l .. A. Z. Adkin.4. niiulo !second bent
: ')rl'IJW t -r one tIlL'
; (, and their time will soon be over. Then open hearing, has started: to win iicore ami received handnomo
; i"1 i merchants; providing for the col- curfew law. The matter was deferred : :r it 1 boxof
,,1') t hl' Iii J'ces.few lection and disposition of the funds to the next regular meeting and the Klondjkes will come in. The berry sentiment in the community againstthe stationery; and to l\rll.\ F. I.. 'Fur.nor .

i I) (!IPta'I I', will bI left deiivvd from the license tax; requiring the clerk was instructed to write some plantations look !better tlian! ever perpetrators. I was given n Maderiu! embroiders) ..

'. L ,IJotrt t t' 'off ou; linnlt commission merchants to make of the cities of Florida having such n before, partly on ncc'unt of the timely The prwntntion or human IIOIK-H t.i- "i.'hent. towel), on account ot making
law rains, partly because of the extra ken from the bodies of the 'Ithu t lowest.. score. The hostess also
t emt'nt \ I il the with lioml; certiorari review; outliningthe about the hours, etc., of enforce-' attention : victims,
powers of the commisisoner ment. the plants received when had a profound elfoct on the hill folk. ;i'presented Miss N'elle TiolipftB.lho honor
of
III :S; L1ghe3
t / nt heir
igrirulture' to investigate provisions The tax collector was instructed to were worst. Tho They saw with their own t-yi-H, jl\Jl'1 guest, with a d.iinty pieca of crep
01'1'I !Ilded th ('e&c at he requiring commission: merchants; .to allow :Mrs. J. H. Moore credit for per prices have been satisfactory so far god) enda of bones where tho f.*ms of d,' rhirt lingerie.

l ce IlOU"t,, ;)rcedd! th,' it-port sales; declaring certain acts to sonal property assessed for 1922. and everything points to a propitious the victims had l been crushed ,;nI tor- :! The lower floor of Mrs. lioiisk-y.

" .un' II' trQQps were in. oflVnses, and fixing penalty there. Upon motion it was entered that ccnson. turc rack. The exhibit wa the sttttVs home/ wa.s thrown en suite and deeo'lated '

t! wlth ,a lca'lr' att '1 ,,,r," the scavenger service be extended to On account of these early shipment surprine,lilow to gain public support ;{I with ferns, vines and pink rod
I The hill the Thomasville sub division and the *, the St.irke ice factory has had here. I Indications tonight ""'er.' that I I I.,... The hostess; wore a becoming' dress
I requires commission
I every salary of J. A. Morgan be raised to increased' business, furnishing Ice for it wa.i successful.! of brown canton crepe ombroidi>red in S
'limit
men doing businca
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t Numb Il1l1ul O o I IIe i" give bond with! reliable Florida $100 per month. I he refrigerators. The state's case thus far has not I Mne>, and t tho honor guest, P.1 las Robert -

' -' Ames I ,,rct relllain-, ,''fompany in an amount of not surety less The marshal wos directed to have' yet involved the Ku Klux ),Iall. Testimony t was beautiful t j I in a draped I model

about alley from Can to Jefferson .given late this afternoon of hroun :tuitl tun canton crepe, with
in that -i IIllm er ban $0,000 and Jl.'lves the commissioner streets, ENGAGEMENT: : :' ANNOUNCE: :' ;
at of Miner's W. C. Andrews, a- third victim of t luoirc hat to match.
:r) men, t. I was indicated I of agriculture the power to revoke rear store, etc., cleared hY'I
of fences and other obstructions. mob, who was badly beaten, and! J. The hostess, a.misteel by Mrs. Rifle
7 the wiUjllal 01 ar w'ou1d or refuse to issue a license to a The reports of the bond trustees, Mr. Enoch Jefferson Roberts announces Slorsworthy, connected tho "hooded j i Miner, Misses Ethel: Trillin, Andre

;, 'arried "' ::10 n 8i the i e ommission of dishonest merchant who has been treasurer and tax: collector for the the engagement and approaching mob" with the kidnapping or Daniels Johns nuil, Inex Moitt m'rvud an elaborate .

,1 'rican .ritnde :Major in guilty dealings or who month of "December were ordered fil- : marriage: of his youngest anti Richards. lust August 21. Neither -" salad course of cream chicken ,

tral 'A11 ,i.Iki,,) mako the any way fails to comply with the ed.,I ,,t I daughter, Nellie Roberts, to Joseph Daniels nor ItichariN was ever seen in timhcls, froirn fruit salad, hot
: provisions of the bill. At the
same I Council adjourned to next: regular William Andrews, Jr., the wedding to alive afterwards and their bodies were i roll, stuffed olives, roMYe and whipped ,
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1. a11gemefl ,for the time the shipper can recover his loss '
ssary t take;
meeting. ] place February 7, 1923, at Law- found two weeks ugo in Lake IJi- cream.
ling up .th' uftalt8 of'the I out of the bond.Representative. C. A. FUTCH, |It':ey, Fla. Fourche.It The real object of the party and, the

1Iy .of occi'ion-' -jp$ Kennerly has a hobby t-'t.u i ; was' while pathologist were on sensation of hot afternoon, was. *middle
agriculture and he believes 'n.
4. resolut; avorin) such afhdrawal ; ; that I PKKSUYTEKIAy., CHURCH 1 the witness stand that tho bones tn- when little I.oln. Adkins, wearing; M
this bill will be most valuable to I
adopted Satur- every 1 CEMETERY: WORKING : ken from the victims bodies were produced. dainty Ink organdy, came in carrying
I D ; tiller of the soil. The needs of such I i ---- "Sunday !school at 10 II. m. ,. A hushed silence fell on the a basket of gilded\ Knurlish: \ walnuts ;
f r by the si'f' but it-was/, not I a protective measure for the farmer I All interested in the keeping up I II I ing service at 11 a. m. Preach.'I''I courtroom. and) pnsHi'd (hem tn till guests. When

arent tot'1W' fV.'it. had and trucker and the producer of the and beautifying of the Lawtey cemo- i on Temperance meeting at he Baptist I "These are 24 long bones taken the nut shell was opened it was foundto ,

itributed the pesk1ent's i things from the ground, which are of tery? are requested to be there on t: church. from the two bodies," Dr. Duval testified. contain the following announce

,ision, or II mr tiW f admin- such demand of that the there must be commercializing January 19th, provided with suitable .Special invitation to attend the Bible I "Kach e>ne of them was frne- "mcnt: "Nelle Roberts! and J. W. Andrews .

influenced product, will, Mr. implements. 1 class at 10 a. m. jlatcd iI j tured by the orturo they underwent I Jr., Feb. 7, 1 il2:1.! :> "
ition had-HI! by Kennerly declares, make every consigner -
1/ i I|I )before death All these: bores were I'laying bridge were the honor
situatk >r>ught bout by of products of any sort feel I: filled with clotted blood l which 11 showedlOticluMvely gmmt, MIHM Nfllo Kohurts, Misses El-:

French ,i-ment into theIr secure in his transactions.The 1 that he :fractiir oi-cut- ma Kobinc'tte nnd Mabel, Weller, Menda -

valley. draft of the Kennerly bill has JOHN H. POPE LOSES i red .lifc, for .doath and !pry" lo'y by men K.: 1,. Itiggs, F. L. Turner, A.

he date Inl' act lal with- I l been examined by L. M. Rhodes and I I la low torture inflicted on them while Z. Adkins, W. C. Powell J. M. Mitchell .
J. L. Sheppard, commisisoner and director alive." A. XV. Anderson, Edward Burns,

val of fr- will e left to respectively, of the Florida ; FIGHT FOR REOPENING I I Duval explained in technical I term N. Sternberg. I':. K. NelT. K. M. Johns

war deptnont. eRefusepbfla j jlicials Marketing Bureau, as well as by Representative { of the medical profession that each T. C. Morris and !Mrs. J. W. Killian,

: ion Henry McKenzie, of Putnam long hone wan broken in three ,placesas of lilmk Mountain, N. C.
county, all of Whom have endorsed Coming in for tea were Mrs. L. A.
of 'tatements I war do- though:, crushed between two heavy
rcfflatlYI< make any it; and its validity as a legal proposition OF HIS CASE moving objects. Thin method of torture -I Davis, Mrs. Ceo.; C. White, Miss

ination of' docisio| to recallor has been confirmed by J. V. j I he said, probably came from a I Amelia Kay, Mrs. J. C. Robinson,

General'1! and'(his forces, Walton and J. J. Cannon, attorneys i,I "torture rack." Both hands and feet Miss Florence Matthews, and tho following .
Copies are to be forwarded to all publications linlies, from Lawtey: MosI '
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:'IT thai to tat tht> it was con- I were severed by the mob during the I
red expedn< complete at this in the state with request the.: COUNCIL FOR POPE HAS NOT IN- from the bench on the subject process of torturing them. j I I dames. Kllle Miner, J. T. Moore, W. E.: 4I ATorode

Americanthdrawal from Eu- same be given prominence, and that IJICATEI ANY FUTURE MOVE I Mr. Waybright: did not indicate ony The pathologists also revealed that K.: II. Wells and !t. It. Thedw.'

4 all farmers and growers and truckers RETURNS TO PRISON 1 future move he might make in his I:a barbaric operation had been per !I _________________
obtain from their several representatives I fight' for Pope's release. CAKNELL-SCOTT
was called to thee formed on Daniels before he died.! Ills I
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cretary House Iy today and those who will be in the next legislature Tallahassee, Jan. 9.-The door was j Affidavits IntroducedThe description of how the torture wa

of thtovernrhent to with- promises of support for the bill' apparently closed today to the free. affidavits were purported to applied confirmed previous revel 11- i i A wedding or lustoful simplicity

; the troojMia disclosed before once It is introduced. dom of John H. Pope, former' Jack ,have been made by State Comptroller tlons. took place Wednesday afternoon at 4

turn to t war department. It Representative Kennerly, who is sonville attorney, and now under sentence Ernest Amos and J. E. Blitch, superintendent "The heads (If both men were"p rob- o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. >

learned formal\ orders had author of "Facts and Figures, or the of life imprisonment for participating of the state prison farm at Ably beaten to jelly," Duval added. .'. \, Scott, when their only daughter .

in yet bcernt to General Allen I 1 A. B. C. of Florida Trucking," fcel-t in the murder of George H. Raiford. Several weeks ago, Attor- "This was probably done with heavy Doris Louisa, was given in marriage

gin the hi ward movement, aljh 'confident that once his' measure shall Hickman, Jacksonville theater man- ney Waybright made public affidavits club or iron instruments." to Stanley C. t'arnell, of Orlan

he has 'wledg* of the plan become a law the entire state will bea ager, September 4, 1921, the supreme | alleged' to have been signed by Raw- I "What do you think killed I Dan do.I

, ")" prepared beneficiary, as it will do away,with court refusing to entertain the mo- ', linn, in which the actual slayer of iels" was asked him. I Uev. L. W. Kickhter, a life-long
arly eVRC" '
love on h
which, in the past, has robbed reopening of the case.Prompt with the killing, which occur upon him," Duval replied.! "1 Impressive ceremony in the presenceof

le transpof | iil return the producers of vast Bums. Decision J| red in Jacksonville September 4, 1021. think ho was tortured first and then only'the immediate family, and the

|'Ie United'Rie' "aM i Neither will touchat from The court handed down its decision' Attorney Wqybright\ / made the declaration I j killed by the operation or he may I young coupleleft Immediately for mm

verp or- recall of the American troops from within a few hours after bearing oral the basis for invoking an old have bled to death after the automobile trip in south Florida an4

tSavan rvi Gaijvwhere the the Rhine was received with satisfaction argument on a procedure produced : common law writ.-corum nobiu-for j' The head was crushed ...olerntlon/! also on the Kant Const.

quarters '' lcompaniesone in- in congress. The neiministration, by Mr. Wayrlght, counsel for Pope, I a reopening of the case.Today's Dr. Lanfqrd confirmed bin / Thu bride was attired in a nary ,

: batta th1'It'ighth will was applauded, for its promptness in from the anciunt common law-a writ : affidavits produced by the in his statements. The Mm- oat suit of imported poret twill, \ .
y, with r .pertjpnnel, withdrawal of remaining contingents of coram nobis. Mr Waybright went attorney general quoted Rawlins to i also made public their report to state i with which she wore a blouse of bobolink % ,
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nded.. before they had become involved in. into the antiquated legal shelves for the effect that his previous declarations authorities on the inquest held ovt.r'' brown canton crepe, gloves,

second 1 J qtrcps) will i I any way in the consequent French ad the writ several weeks ago, when he were' false. He had seen no reason I the two bodies. The report declared shoes and a close fitting turban, 'o{

. Charlesto wete.' one bat- vance. became in possession of an affidavit at the time at making them, he I both bodied were "subjected to some the sumo new shade of brown, and

., togethe1: t 1batthliorfons "Fine," said Senator Hiram John by Frank Rawlins, actual slayer of ; said, why both he and I'ope should I J specially constructed device, designed never looked lovelier than on her wedding -

ofantes' heatter id service son, of California. "That was a very Hickman, and on whose testimony i serve life sentences. He had changed ) for inflicting punishment." day.

wllJ.mhar wise move." Pope was largely convicted, to the ef.1 j his mind, however, and reverted to the The parlor where the interesting
,>m Charle. 'he Sr ihiel willed "I am glad to hear it," said Senator feet that he had falsified his testimony story told at Pope's original trial, In P.OYH: HAD) TKOUISI.ES OK TIIHIlt: ceremony was performed was mad

. to Ne rk. *--, e all yen liorah, "we are out now and we will at Pope's trial and that the attorney which the attorney was convicted of OWN more attractive by vases of pink IU- v

I : troopsramissjoi! and war- be a long, long time going back." 'I was not Implicated in the theatre bring "constructively" present at the Arthur and. Lacy Rigdon have returned diance and Killarney roses and bowls

I officers:of neral 'M in'a com- Senator Lodge, chairman of the foreign robbery which led (o the managers killing of Hickman. home after a journey to the of white narcissus. Mrs. Scott, moth

}, will bo I Ill\ |4)) : relations committee, received the death. Rawlins' alleged varied statements west coast, which was pleasant except er of the bride, wore a handsome
hse detach load) i at Sajih with evident satisfaction., "It for one little accident When I black satin dress Ani hi>il with spat.
news however had little P'- > ---
The state was represented at today's bearing on the I
will be Fotfj Screvcn, between Auburndalo and Groveland
he said. i; lace.
of expected,
was, course casa in today's hearing
hearing by State Attorney F. attorneyssaid
I djsvrkPd f Chari!', their fire the ,
those the car caught from ex- i The bride is a graduate of the Bradford
Wideman,. of Jacksonville and Attor- arguments revolving around
} IU be- atiFQ VIoul- haust. The firo spread without their School and has .
stas"" \ High successfully
Welcomed By BritishLondon General Buford. It was contended the status of the ancient writ. Attorney -
while ordi11' b-ifpr* f.-ed ney knowledge, as they were looking taught school for the past two
Jan. 10.-Word of withdrawal that the writ had no place In the : General Buford held that It had
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'1/1 M at New ahe'ad and not behind and
station to < they were years.! She has many friends here
of American troops from the Florida court. In addition, the state no place in Florida present day: juris 1
not aware of their fix until stranger
prudence. it who wish for her all the Joys of married I
affidavits from State
received enthusiastically produced Comp
Rhino was overtook them and cried "Fire"'
life in her home. Mr. Cornell
new
Exciteme'tZ' The mandate of the
-T troller Ernest Amos and J. E. Blitch, supreme court
[lenz Jan.JFhOrdera for here.The and of state affirming the' judgment of conviction The boy then stopped and fought the I r is a prominent young businessman
move is regarded as trong superintendent the prison
flames heroically, yet the body of the
of Ormond and to
awal of tAme rica. troops of the British atti farm to the effect that Rawlins had in the case has been mailed to the belongs one ..
welcome support
car burned up before they were extinguished. of the oldest families. of that |>IA e. ..
Rhine, thAWS of"' 'ich be- tude. recently told them that his exoneration clerk of the circuit court of Jackson -
lie iii owner of an establishment: for.
from ville. All result will doubtlesH
|known thro a diiptch of Pope was not true. a Pope
The stranger Kav. them lift to ,'4
1m..!tst Paris, the centered shortly be returned to the state prison a plumbing, gas fitting and electric ap I
|aociated *I Rome, Jan. 10.-Italy will send her Much of argument on Groveland, and there a garage man pliances.
I a* It spread of the status of the from the Duval county jail where he
much exc ent into Ruhr with the the questfon case
engineers to tow
mining was engaged In the derelict
Mr. and Mrs. Carnell will be at S
\ the American army control their shareof should the writ be granted. It was has been Incarcerated pending his
men e' French troops to and fix It up. The car seemed none home In Ormond after the 20th Inst. ,: .
31.4: reparations of.coal allotted to this developed that the case would be remanded appeal. tho worse' for the accident and tho '. "!

I.one TlmtJini .d country in Its announcement this af for rehearing on Ita merits The attorney-general states that. he boy. returned home last Friday eve Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent.Saturday '

'ngton, JaO-I .1'.1.8 of the ternoon. Attorneys were frequently tnterpel-! (Continued on Page Four) ning. a .' in Jacksonville.

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tit HENRY M, ANDREWS black rioters had been dispersed and Canova, Miss Sfarie Ward of Douglass -1] philosophical pursuits because his(II hers before they allow the children to i

had fled to the hammocks and swampsfor Ga., Miss Margaret Mozo, :Miss I knowledge is not that deaired by those stop. Then if the children are mostly -

safety. The Starke party joined Margaret: Godwin Miss Derneris I i who would employ bookkeeper and to blame which i Is generally tlv
The remains of Henry M. Andrew* the P088e'8 and kept up tho search all Ramsey Messrs. Charles Cialflrg, stenographers" case, the parent can more intelligently -

arrived In -Starku on the Cedar Key day and night, then returned t'. this Harr>' Canova Haynes. Grant Edward The fault, contend the educators, lain work with the teu< her to OM--I ,,

train Saturday morning and were ta-. city: to attend the funeral of their Ech ,t' 1 ken in charge by Funeral Director D. kinsman .Times-Union, Monday. college to study abstract subjects I if the teacher is largely to 1 bUme, .h i

C. Jones. The funeral service were j when in the future they will have to { sometimes happens he can he mud.,
y held in the Baptist church in the afternoon
TRl'E ACCOUNT OF TUB DEATHOF AIMS COLLEGE DEGREES earn their living by practical effort; j i to acknowledge his wrong against tin KI
and Interment took place at .
;} MRS. GORE' ASSETS! OR LIABILITIES and not the college: which does but children, thus removing th, diflkul-!
? Crosby cemetery.; The pallbearers give, to its customers the goods they ties in the way of the children.I I ; : M 61UMLY i idrt
aP .1 were, Messrs. F. F. Stump, J. L. Peek, ,
Is true demand. There plenty of institutions Including
'. J. W. Andrews Jr? C. C. Starlim.. The following story of the The director of the District of Columbia are know of many patrons_ i
: teaching the art of making a have :lit
the trustees sometimes, who
Cyrus Sistrunk Robert Demorest. death of Mrs Agnes B. Gore, who iI
),1 public employment department : living, It is pointed out, for those who their children; drop out because the' I
The deceased was born just went of waj brutally murdered Dec. 25, 1922 has statistics I
published showing; wish to their college into
4Yi Starke -14 years and 6 months aero hit I by her 'son-in-law, 'Gibson, at her that comparatively few college fnen' put yearn children thought the teacher partial
father being! the late John Andrews home, 224 Florida avenue, Jackson t who ly for position are capable of preparation for money making. and incompetent. Don't do it, good II
I ap folks. Your children need to set al!! I
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I A well known farmer. While a lad ville.It. earning more than ten or twelve dol-
lit left his home to make u career for has been published that Gibson lars a week and that employers prefer TO PARENTSThe the good they possibly can from the

w$ iUmxelf. At his death he was superintendent was shooting his wife. This i is a non-degree men for clerical work. -'--- school. The school Is yours and you ,j I
of the Cummer Lumber Co. mistake He had shot the head are entitled to all the good it can bestow
f over "It is almost impossible to place a biggest reason why some chil- "" I,
% at Otter Crock, levy county. He of hin wife twice, then Mr Gore college ,graduate in a position owingto dren get so little real good from the If you are unfortunate enou''h! "MtRICAN TOBACCO(Q pv0

i leaves a widow and four children, one went to him putting one of her hand the K ..k of qualifications needed In public school is because the parents to get what you thing an inferior -

brother, Ernie Andrews, and one sister on each of his shoulders standing in the business and industrial world today of those children do not work whole teacher, put yourself out u little in "' )1/11 in -1--R --
; {' I Mrs. Jennie Johnson, of Lulu, be- front of him, supposedly'talking to with the teachers. order to make him as helpful us pos \ ru C'.lIdAll
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+ t side a host of other relatives and him. Then he put tjie srun to her ne'k'and want executive positions for The parents are too ready to decide : sible to your children. If ju> let IUNr. ." .Ul. 11! '11' I'' n.Aloud hove aM ueealtl"
,x friend to mourn his departure. I fired, she fulling in front of him. which I that the teachers ate largely to blame I your children drop out you lose your rule. tl 're it in"' tir nor fa dint'l \ b.
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His sudden and death i Then he shot twice more in the ruom! money, and your children lose pre- 0111.1. 1 IIC aivm. rl
I A' u.b \ untimely occurred lire very few. because their children are not doing Istlrflrt.urthretw' wiPimproveth "Iela the II"..,
late Thursday night, January r emptying the gun and ran to the door "On the other hand, the employers well or do not enjoy school, and let I'I cious time, besides getting the impression 'dlpesd"Duullu't' 08" /
when he struck A. David who that when things are not exactly pnlim liml to the whole'\ 'cm.! stare will tht ,
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fl 4th at Rosewood, whence he had gone don't want college graduates. They the children stay out for some days ,throw"andisnelthewnnnaal. .:. heChlldwllild .
with many others to join thoae who I took the gun( from him and held him male that employee of this kind arc or quit school altogether to their liking they need not! In ixirfpct tmlib. Pleauiitv_ .6Uc"'" 11
y4 went to capture a number of obntrcperous until the arrival of an officer. unfitted for the work and are always In permitting their children to act put up with it.TO -- -- --

negroes who were hiding and There were only nine people in the expecting increases which they are I thus the parents are influenced almost correctly! wil ImtiKc her J years .J.

protecting a criminal of their own room. Gibson had been dancing with not deserving. They are very unsatisfactory wholly by what heir children tell them TUB PUBLIC this coning! Man): 28: 13.
race. The negroes, about 25; in number his wife just before he left her. about do II B. !McG DER i
l and it is a rarity that they They not give the teacher an opportunity it
f 5 had barricaded themselves in a 'three minutes before he commenced last any length of time." to show up the other side For the benefit of those in Bradford

', house of a story and a half. As Mr. shooting. Mrs. Gibson was: dancing '' Records of a week show that more of the thing.If I county who have been misinformedand

Andrews and. some other' white men I with her sister! Mrs. David. Gibson'' than 100 per sons the department was the parents would stop to think mislead in regard to the age of Reducing the Hoe iJ>old i i

\ Ascended the steps of the house, j was drinking, but not drunk, as published unable to place had received degrees seriously at all over the matter before Mrs. Charlie Dignan Mnnire. It has Some little folks! w ? playing

inandim that the criminal they de'l| in the papers. It was simplya from some of the most prominent colleges they act, they would soon realize been circulated that she was only 17 "kceplni! house." J'.ilior; win papa I

i6itjM1tt hunting be given, up to them, fire was i brutal murd..i.R. in the country. The few whom that the only worthy t.Ung! for themto years of age, but instead she was 1H Jane i.in i.ma.fi ,me, llfflculty!
y opened from within and l Mr. Andrews j S. HUMPHREY.: I oinn i ic;!I''? no I 1\1. iro i'npu Hot
do when their children
the department accommodated accepted \ complain to years marriageable! age. Her ,' ,
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and C. T. Wilkison, a. merchant of 'I I positions of a clerical nature at them against the teachers, i It to talk birth certificate givee i her birth date iMI ,uv ..! i (, familyme -

ry Sumner were shot dial and several'! COMl'LIMENTlNQ'MISS C.VNOVA salaries beginning at $5 a week. Applicants j the matter over fully with the teac- :March 28 1U01: which if subtracted .>i i J'< i,. MmnoMlStrcnut dug, a'
1,1, were wound !Mr. Andrews was hit I
with a business of technical j I
by a load of buckshot In the chest /) Complimenting, : Anna Canova, training, and those willing to accept .

the, throat ant, under lip. The ehotlp who will leave today for Cincinnati, laboring or domestic positions were i j
came! from the upper story, 01 couM I
0., wber .Bha will enter the Cincin- quickly placed. <
be judged by the way the balls rang nati Conservatory of Music, Dr. and Educators who discusr tie report ,: Alachua Foremost
ed. He had County's Shopping Cente
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Freeman entertained say that the fault is not with the colleges j .
bands, the magazine of which
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informally Saturday evening ifi- their or the degrees hut the man. I
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torn to pieces by the ndseilea.p home In Riverside.The They contend that a college degree Is
i Shop Through Our Mail\ Order
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rooms of the residence were an indication of its possessor having i i
: sanguinary that has ever taken place opened en suite, and decorated with i spent a certain amount of time, and i
In Florida, is recorded elsewhere Intoday's
palms ferns and cut flowers, a red' obtained a certain number of scholastic '! ..
"r Telegraph.! I and green color motif being effectively credits by acquiring a certain i I ... .... !
Joined the Posses' '< carried out. amount of knowledge but not "" r I
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,i '._ I of their kinmnan, Henry Andrews atI I music enjoyed, after which hot houses employing clerks. It was suggested -! j I SerVice. fl C::;>?.

,Sy Rosewood, Thursday night, Ju H-e R. I; chocolate, Christmas cakes and homemade by one authority that the most l '

A. Green Col. Floyd Green, of Starke'!' candy were served. expert bookkeeper, typist and stenographer -. GAINESVILLEFLORIDA
G. W. Andrews of New River and S. The affair .
was deligthfully informal in the world would not be
t V. Andrews, of Brooker, left by auto I Ir and enjoying the hospitality of worth five dollars a week as a lawyer :,
Stock
Largest of Ladies'
i It ;e fur the scene of disturbance. Goin' Mr and Mrs. Freeman were the guestof as a doctor, a chemist, or an engineer."Why i Ready-to-wear, Dry Goodf nd

through. Gainesville they were joined honor and a number of her most then," he continued, "blame'
F i by Cleo Kite. intimate friends. the colleges which prepare a man, at I Notions in Central Florida.

On arrival at Rosewood! Friday the Among tho guests were Miss Anna his own request* for academic and ,

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pulp mills and everything is now Tanning smooth. lIe realized his error within a few I c
,'.,' garments, entered his automobile and t GENUINE: INTERESTING FACTS

t !:. From Plant City comes the information calmly drove to a physician's office. BULL
that the strawberry shipments He alighted from the car, called a
I?//lIi1 are far ahead of last Benson and the stranger on the sidewalk to him told DURHAM I
'? prospects are fine for a good crop nt him that he had taken poison, askedto TOBACCOCity

fair prices. The movement of berries be taken to the physician's office( -----
iI Jar this season up to the day before where he collapsed lie never legnin- road. lIe was in the net of clipping -
::1 Christmas amounted to 70,000 <]quarts ed consciousness. up on three wild turkeys hi-. had

R'1y':''1 ,, the grower receiving: about $."0,000' sighted, with hiinm, ready for ilion \<'- 105,799 Ford Cars and
+;:.f for them. Julius n. Dodd, a mechanic! em- and ryes set on (he wild birds
."I ployed nt the Florida] East Coast Hearing; an unusual nojie! almost I
'}i.r;, A hcai s<> leading a funeral procos-- shops at St. Augustine was suffocated iWtly under bin f.t. he looked] down 1
;1, non wa, all\ but completely wrecked by smoke! from a burning mattress to 91'eI huge rattler rapidly going Into I Ii Trucks Retailed'inI
',: Fop II couple] of days ago on the riled enst on which he slept at the La Panad i coil.] Stepping! bu1I/ few feet he
t'.J; of Milton, a mar driven by Joseph hotel. The exact cause of the fire vomltirnr took the rattler's head! off with a full
!,t r Payne hitting the funeral wat (lI1. The in his death will probXbly never load of shot. lie left the snake whereit
I '':'/,.' highway ia paved at a point where the be known. Mr. Dodd, was sleeping+ was killed but brought in Its twen December
,collision occurred und 1 it was stated alone in the hotel room and, smoke issuing ty-two rattles 11 in I button. He estimated I \ -
that misjudgment on the part of both from the cracks of the door wm the \length of the rattler nt

J drivers was responsible for the trouble. noticed 'by the proprietor. The dour seven feet.f'orrest I t
was locked but entrance was effected _
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through a window. Nicholson, If.! son of the I

t( ii".. Judge R.o'. Taylor] former associate superintendent) of the municipal electric Approximately the number
''' 1 H. T. Poj-song 47, of Zephyrhills! same '
't,. justice and for thirty-two years light plant at High Springs, was
member of the Florida supreme confined in Dr. Miller's nnnitntium 1111 in a critical condition Friday, from the
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court bpcnmo chief justice of that Jacksonville, attired in a bath robe,I effects of an electric shock late 1>'1'1- scheduled for delivery' this monthWhat
when for- Heaped from his nurse and attemptedto .
"' .body for the fourth time, day which physicians declared caused -
tune favored hint in the traditional jump into the cold waters of the St' an Injury of an unusual character.
lottery held in accordance with the Johns river. The plunge into the water Young Nicholson went to the plant nt

state constitution.( The constitution was frustrated by two men, unknown dusk to throW a switch and 1 light the ,
: provides that the chief justice be to the police who hearing the street lights In some manner ho received ,

chosen by lot but the exact method 1 Is screams of Parsons' nurse' and two a current of 2300: volts which v .....,.._ _
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left to the justices involved.The stunned him It was not bolieved hr
street, overpowered I'arHiwis, and I
was seriously injured for he recovered r
German steamship Jupiter on held him until hospital attaches arlived. sulHciently\ to walk. tt.In uiitomo-

: which was reported Grover. Ueritdull, bile to be taken homo. There physicians -
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' war dodger arrived in port at PcnSArpIa discovered the current had made.
and search bysoldiers, nu"al Purchase of }GROOOlCI'I'H of timber a hole the size of a silver dollar in hit:
sailors and department of justice rum land in Calhoun county by the Parker abdomen and had destroyed twelve I Does This Mean ?

I failed l to reveal the presence of llerg- Young Company of Boston for a 'consideration inches of his Intestines lie also received -
I doll. The cuptain said hi wad urpriscd of $1,000,000, was announced burns on the hand, arm and.
I by officials of the Parkwood Lumber '
l that any such report could body. ] \ s'
have originated as he wan at Cur ill IT Company operating branch of the _' i I

i i when chartered! for Tcnsaeola loading. Parker Young Company The land The year 11'23!> will be an epochalone :
t 1. comprises 260 sections and constitutes for the city of Jacksonville. It : This volume of deliveries to actual owners is entirely ynprecrdented
fourth of the of Calhouncounty
a area will witness the carrying out of more I
for this time of the
of I With the closing of the deal I yearIt -
I Duplication of the process manufacture municipal improvements than in anyone
of sti'l rails tied in the St. preparations are being made to put year in the city's history. City .

Joseph & lola railroad 85 years ago into operation! the sawmill formerly officials declare that the construction I has taxed the manufacturing ability of the Ford plants workingat
Is the object of tests being ma b ly 1 owned by the Calhoun Lumber Company progrflm is unprecedented both in variety
a nationally known steel products of Port St. Joe, which was included and extent. That naturally 1 at full capacityIt -

concern. Frt'lmC'nts' of iron and of in the transaction means that more money is to be paid

steel rails found in the ruins of the out than ever before in one year. One
indicates of the
volume business
during
rapidly approanchingmonths
John W. Martin in signed a
the Mayor
old city of St. Joseph and along million- dollars is to bo expended} in I
right of way of the St. Joseph & loU statement addressed to the people bf street paving sewerage and extensionof i of "heavy demand"which will be far beyond the maximum
from St. Joseph's Bay to the Dead Jacksonvil j, formally! announced that water main Another million will
Lakes have been taken to Philadelphia he will retire from local politics next go into enlarging the municipal docks production schedule which the Ford Motor Company has sot-

where tests to ascertain the process June after three consecutive terms. as and terminals. which many regard as
I the chief executive of that city, an I
p are under way. accorded of.his the city's biggest;: asset "<>r growth. And that means a Ford Shortage even more acute than the one
honor never any pre-
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million
Over three-quarters of a e
I J. C. Platt the new sheriff of Okec- I dl' essorK. The statement, modest and lars is to go into the dol-I which existed last spring and summer.

chobeen county is proving his ability unassuming deals with the past and the city electric! light and power
detective and shows that he is makes no reference to the mayor'sfuture of I
.1111 a which is the city's biggest source
Dealers'stocks all the low-there
although it is considered over country are are no reservesto
plans
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right: on the job in that revenue'and is known throughout the \
Nixon a state prisoner who escaped -I'I certain that he will make the race United States. draw upon to meet the demands for delivery-
of Florida, but that ho
from the state road camp near I for governor
This sent will reserve his formal announcementuntil
in October. man was
1 Jasper up from Liberty county following his after the expiration of his pred'ent The Difference.' There is no wdy in which dealer reserves can be built up, as deliveries -

.J conviction for assault to commit mur term of office. A genius CUD no more help being have been made to customers"as fast as Cars could be manu
der. lIe was sentenced to five years beIng .
genius thUD a crazy man can help -
imprisonment October 9, 1922. The The body of W. E. Atkinson, of crazy. It Just happens that when! factured since last April.
reward of $100 will be paid by the Clermont was taken from Lake Min- the genius does \l hilt he considers. A ,
state road department.John neola Monday where he ended his mart thing. It Is smart; but viben the
life last Thursday evening. Constant poor crazy Minn does Ma best. It turns. :The only way you can protect your desire to obtain prompt delivery

search by dragging dynamiting and one to |I... tnnilleh.I I llowe'n Monthllc of Ford this time order
Gafford 47, partly paralyzed a even at is to place your immediately.
walked 110 miles to Jacksonville to' diving failed to disclose the certainty
federal district court that Mr. Atkinson had drowned, himself ".
plead guilty jn I ,
he He was last seen by his slaughter -
of moonshining ,
there on a charge
told court attaches. Facing a jail | Thursday evening as he left their I 300 1 This emphasizes rnffte.: strongly than any-
with I winter residence with the statement
sentence and without money
which to pay a fine Gafford refusedto : that he was going for the mail. lie i' I thing we could possibly say the necessity of
larked, the door at the rear of
sell even a hog from his scantily garage Brunswickand
supplied farm to pay railroad fare so I the lot, calmly went to the lake where your making prompt arrangements with a
small childrenmight ho drank the contents of a bottle of: t
that his wife and four
be provided for. Ho was arrested I' iodine, hung his cap on a nail and Ford Dealer for the listing of your order,
into the cold water. ColumbiaRecords .
plunged
by revenue agents operating a ,
still near the Madison county seat in ---- I I II particularly if you are contemplating the
November. L. D. Smith, of Tampa had quite ; I
I{ an exciting experience Monday afternoon purchase of a Ford Car or Truck for use

John Adams CJanahl 47, of Jacksonville \ while out wild turkey huntingin
I prominent broker and head Week's hammock, off the old Dade 25 cents eachSale this Spring or Summer.

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IF BILIOUS SICK! We believe you are entitled to know the.jp facts as they actually


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"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than OU 'never heard: a d'K.ror say
"He is all rundown, but hi.; bloodis
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Calomel! and Doesn't Upset pure and rich." Detroit, Michigan
Salivating Dangerous
The best thing-the hig; eat thing-

You Don'tiose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee thlt.purify ands' enrich I'epto-Mangiin your blooxl does Then ,
those : run down dragged; out
wetrr'disappear and the rrfdtime -
"Vnu'ra bilious! Your liver l I. aluiraiftV coy a bottlo of Dod on' Liver Tons vim and "pep" come back again Get
: You feel l lazy, dizry and all fur 11 few ei-nta under my piTHonalmunvyliHck Ciude's I'epto-Mangan today.
knocked out. Your head is dull, your gunrant that racn spoonful At your druggist*-liquid or tablet. .
tongue it coatwl.) breath bad: utonnuOiMt will clean your KIIJjII'I.hlv..r calomel/ and better that as you prefer. a.Dude's .. j. W. ANDREWS JR. DEALER
Hut don't than a dose of nasty ,
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take Militating elllulIIl work. you' '' Liver Tone U real livernntlicine. Ford Lincoln Fordson
m car, jolt may Uw. a day's You'll know it next morning
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Calomel hi I m miry or geieksllver|
....f the Ijoni'n.Cnl.nnel bvraiiHa you will\ wake up feeling/
necrosis
which ci''r* pepto-Mangan I
ettmticn, Into lour bile liUo, Tina, your liver will b.. working, your
liKtdac1.e and diuinrexgone, your stomaach
dynamite feel, breaking that awful it up. naum-a Tliat'a when and will lie sweet and your linwcUregul.ir. Tonic and Blood Enrichcr A SMALL. DEPOSIT AND EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED
you You will feel like working L- -U
cramping.If \ be cheerful| full of vigor and .
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want to &alpy( the oiumt.gwitf you'll.
.you.tliver anij bowal cleansing you .OJf liition. To Cure a Cold III One Ituyk
take a spoonful Dwlonn'a) Liver\ Ton U enturlyvegetable LAXATIVE BROMO QUlKlNE!: t
.rr experienced juat and ,. worn off theSe.
hannlrw
therefore cannot toti aU (oaah and HndailM and --
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demand other forms
winter months, are HO much in :
Bradford County Telegraph I in the colder parts of our cojjn- | It is said m as If they were of re '?

.--. :::. ---.- try The black diamond of which I man to head 1 KITCHEN Tho service on tho second Sunday themselves they have uuou. .u, (,?
1 t have written may be very small in., ter, and tttlCABINETPJ'rl.ht & after the Epiphany will be at 7:30: p. value. Their value depends upou the
weekly and entered as! I of the
Published honesty men who draw
size, yet be worth more thnn hun- trust has / i m, up t.-
.second class matter, at the post 1IH3, Womoin K.w'n.p.r auraL of documents and record them
!; dreds! of tons of the other sort of home towns Roger W. Babson is the name u on th-

'# office at Starke, Florida. black diumondi-conl.! |I the man who need: no introduction to a courage of the court which must u..:

== _.0- Yellow stones are known as "by- ,I I the names f.rden wotl I. a lovesume thing God business man He is director of tho force their claim and finally on tl,.

r.. S. MA1 ln ws. Editor and Owner water and, are of much lens value ', business I ROM plot, Babson's Statistical Organization. His righteousness of the commum, i

than the white and are also very I''' clsu Fernetl fringed grot.pool, word carries considerable weight in which is the basis of all. The chun

v'' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY much more common. opt'rate in The virlMt Kihool of peuce. and :yet the business world. The following es are to civilization what a comps

er SUBSCRIPTION RATE Such is! the history of the diamond, I I clever not the tool. contend that clod .Is is what ho. has to say on the need of !Is to a ship or a steering wheel- to fill

Per Year _____n__ _n__.._ ___$2.00 this stone around Which so much interest i i hats it is Mo God In gardens! When the eve Is the hour: "The security of everybody automobile."
who coot Nay, but I have a sign: worth while whethera
centers. The method of treating I I men I and everything
TU pry eura clod wfcUm In mine.
the diamond from the time it Is I I house or a bank book, whether a GOVERNMENT; VEGETABLE AMI

1 ri STARKR, FLORIDA found until It appears' us an articleof :MANY ,' j MAPLE NUT MOLD pig or a kit of tools, depends upon FLOWER SEED AVAILABI.n

jh Id the county neat of Bradford conn- adornment is tho same process of i I -- the churches. The security of your

(s j ty, a town of IfiOO population; located treatment to which all other stones Some "){t'put \ Add'oneiaf) cupful of brown sugar family depends on the priests rather

i 1 q I In tho bent agriculture section of re submitted. They differ only us ; with( a tsblespoonful of cornstarch than on the policeman, and the security Senator Duncan U. Fletcher hns _J.

frW the State. to tho place in which they have their to one andy of your property depends on the vised the editor of the Telegraph tkm
erne-half cupfulsof
i'' Starke Is beautifully located; hat origin. Income boilingater.. preachers rather than on the bankers. he anticipates this will lie the U i t

wiJe paved streets lined with trees; I I paths of Stir and cook until -- year that the government will providu

excellent light, water and. sewerage Dr. R. A. Reed, of Tampa, was the ,i vine deputy the cornstnrch small packages of vegetable and p

h'' systems, well constructed building; guest: of Or. W. II Parks I last weekend I of New / IS well cooked. QQla 1,1 '!.Jory. flower seed for ,free distribution, and ,
I every tho Put Into a double I Gold< una lu+.lssu, J num the mrl'wrts'orlc that ho will be glad to have the de- .,
C grade and high school second to none; i
broom natlonnl- ___" I like : boiler add one \: Mmes, it l'l I Is uu-ntl'iueil( In till partment of agriculture forward MY "
w 1 five churches factory I VlovtnlM nf the second, huptei
POPE: LOSES F1CHT: FOR tor, the egg white and tre sa era! packages of assorted seed frets
and the best
mineral
Iy known spring 1rt UeneftK, At first, It was chiefly used\
6 REOPENING OF HIS: CASE I -hulf teaspoonful of vanilla and. a his quota so long as then,
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;, .f' I stores !In the country. Two railroad of salt. Stir In tine-fourth. of a for ornaments. The trade of the goldsmith
{ supply excellent transportiftlon facil that stage ,.walnut meats and put away la mentioned In the fourth'el'lIf I available, to any person wh< may oe ,,

r ities. It
raising: sections in tho South. would suffer Stuffed Onions.-Cook three pounds in countctlou'i: I in overliDluj; cJAuto I Requests should Ira addressed ,.
by ; ;
filed, the affidavits! for the information I taxicab, silver skluued onions In boiling wIth gold le.l':i II I Senator Fletcher at Washington

of the court as well as the public in tomobiles as water until tender. Cut out the I
The Starke youngsters are the bust --- --
Y behaved children found anywhere, order to allay any suspicion that an I One of the ,* and fill with one-half cupful .
injustice may have been done Pope Res for chopped --walnut, onehnlf cupful of -
which means that their parents rear ing to Mr. crumbs, the yolk of an egg, salt

v' L them'to follow the strait and narrow I BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe I to be the I and celery sail to tnste. Mix GENERAL INSURANCE
path. Any restrictive measure against
and fill the onions nuke one-
a the movements of the children would I tho taxpayer hour. Serve on u platter with INMAN & RITCH .
a be entirely urmulled fur, but miRhtrast regular services of the church he ia not i III''f.Braised .
i I
will be held on Sunday. Bible school his tax of $ FiRE LIFE BONDS .AUTOMOBILE
s 'h'am suspicion on tho town. It is of C.bbage.-Silre one small ,
at 9:1.5: 5a. m. Last Sunday was I have five :
Iw
or
no use to make ourselves out as worse : nud brown In one tablespoon I Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office 14 '
ideal for a large attendance, and we open
caught
are bacon fat stir In one tablespoonful
than I
really
wo lire. I
Hours
were not disappointed. Tho spirit is the head Hour and add one-half cupful of I Every Day.

i that old and young sho,v in the work I refuse to ; Add to one small cabbage, STARKE FLORIDA
uu s r Thirty to fifty years from no\ the tf. the school is.! the thiivr that wins. selves and and cook nntll the cabbage Is I
i;1 : railroad will be a thing of the past if I ', Sensinn to taste
,\'cd yet there is 1'0011to I' impro\e-I Letters! of
not all signs are mlHlomlinjr."Improved /! ment. Everyone to the standard on'' from Ham and Tomato Toast.-Cook one '

1, roads everywhere, und the multiplying Sunday! i I Some each of chopped on- I 1II'lWQ.1IWII'IIIWIIP.RmI.: : : I1.lIl"! f.mrnfII.RXf': : t9Lll TiJt" IU"'IlI''I'lIllWWIUII; :!JIDr, ,-
1r of centers of production making I m\I" and green popper lu two table- .
\ Divine worship lit 11:00, when theepastor threaten to l
shorter hauls, will transfer the of butter; when soft add t FOR SALE' H
,
sermons!
will begin a series of have tho and one-half cupfuls of stewed .
freight carrying to auto vhiclvn, on ,'A Great Woman." This an Old 1 personnel ( : and one-half ciuful of ground I
while will be transported SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED
passengers Testament Incident freighted with interesting I had to pay with one beaten egg. Cook until
by automobiles and air planes and air lessons for every age, especially ; ed unjust. egg Is cooked and pour over slices t !

.. Khipa. Then. wo will look' back with we think for our day and [ common, hilt buttered toast Sosnowski wilt-resistant variety. Prolific, yielding 3.25 to
't amused wonder to the brunilorinir. I I' one. Boll-weevil free. Price $2.50 bushel f. b
generafion. The entire series will bo I IPiolitable a shirt- Ice Cream Torte.-Mnke a white per o. ,
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'+ wasteful and uncertain railway transportation try and arrange affairs so I a man who bake In n sheet and when cool Hawthorne Florida. Cash with order. Address, '
nf tin present time. I In squares and put together with '
us to be'uble to' hear them all. had
every (' of brick Ice Cover with A.
orenm. P. BRANTLY COMPANY
S f The B. Y. r. U conducts its -service might ns
.
'. and decorate with bits
." "Remains of a child buried at Picnic cream
from ((5:30: to 7:30: and all young people A boot : ,"j. BLACKSHEAR GA.
candled fruit.
headline in tho Plant City
courier., says What a nwfully frivolous people are invited to a place in the*service / $239,000: { Fruit Cocktall.-'fake one-half cup. j<,'_; """"' '' '''''''''''. mI =
iness and of grapefruit Juice add one-fourth I
,,, dti they( must have down there! But !
l Evening service at 7:30:: when a | $239,000 for a cupful of lemon and one pint
t "r' 141 reading further, we gather that Picnic program\ in connection with the anniversary -:| bition grope juice-that from the Qtawbii
1'' s in tho name of a place in Hills- of the Eighteenth Amendment I tax preferred. Chill and combine

borough courtly That county is remarkable will be ren l'red. any juices! and Just before serving add, I We will cash '

1,. I for.striking names. Besides I I BABY : I quart of ginger ale. Serve at once pay !

rl Picnic there are Welcome, Fox, Balm Iced glasses .
A WAR MEMORY CONE; ,
and likewiseVlmlluma.. I
,
j I "Mammu is ,.

,' -Some half-baked professor eta certain yard The which(lag/! polo was erected in the in court 1917 house, has! I Girl; I j i and market prices for

big| college In the north issued I I'
lb been cut down. It bore proudly the "Mamma
a book the other day on "Why I was
Stars and Stripes for few days then five b KIITCII1EN I
a
dismissed from the faculty of tho college ) fat hogs for butchering
one morning the flag could not be :| policeman ,
and this was not bud enough
hoisted, because the pulley wouldn't store in San IV"r!
,
but he had to send it to us' to rend. CAUN[ ) -
I As if we cared three hurrahs if he work. The pole was 60 feet high and I the little girl delivered at our plant
so slender till no patriot would risk her father J
was dismissed from sixty colleges orS J I rtai, western Nw>pipi>r Union. "tt

oared if he were dead or if ho lived his life oing up to clear the pulley. I I father, by the
else about Sinco then it has been in a state of ed for Batter It Is that great souls should during next 30
in Georgia or anything
w lIve In small habitation than that
9s
"innoccous
> desuetide" until decay set I; Interested
w him. We sometimes wonder what slaves should burrow In a great
in and it threatened to fall down on officer boole-Eplctelo..
days
the fools think about a newspaper, :
some of the bunches of court witnesses investigated.
5 rc'i I anyway. They persist in loading up- EVERYDAY GOOD THINGS
,
.S our wastebasket with all sorts of that frequently congregate in Mrs.! Bannon -

t trash every day and tho trouble 'is its! neighborhood. I by a Those who like codfish never tire

they get worse instead of better.-. I I In *a big It served In a white sauce or In abutter J. S. Blitch

Sanford Herald. lt'ICK WORK husband sauce with baked

f _____ I charge him potatoes. Sank the flat, I .
V drain and pick !It Into Supt. Florida State Farm
RAIFORD FLA
; ;1S TALKS!" ON JEWELS/' Tuesday afternoon 33 refrigerator'''! Bannon ,
had ii /Hakes, then add to a
VIII boxes filled with strawberries and 35: body '
t j J1; = white sauce made by ns

The,process of cutting the diamond open crates, besides other express i, not remember 1 I Ing two tnblespoonfuls -- -- -..
said he 1 ---------
Is purely a mechanical one. The stonesare mutter were stacked upon the pl.it- { :'' of hot melted butter I I

first cleaved, that la, trimmed, form to be loaded! on the northbound', morning to stirred thick and cooked

before' being introduced to tho polishing express. The train 'was half an hour "] It was /! lu two tablespoonfuls of

,'r -- wheel. This ia simply a wheel of late already< und as it can;:! 'to a :slop, Bannon was flour; when smooth and Our Little Fairy
to shoot his add one cupful of rich milk. Ci ok
about 18 or 20 inches in diameter, the engineer heavedjsy.sigh of despair I on probation smooth ; serve with baked pota-'
BB'escaping
which resolves! with a flat surface uppormo'st that was audible steam. Instructed l to A most delicious white sauce
n The heart of tn"e'jH ctor fell ho
the diamond being fastenedin as be made using sour cream. The
'
husband
a steel arm and made to lest upon viewed the amou Pof express milt- I Da".non la especially good with this sauce.

it. Diamond dust mixed with oil 1 U> terit would delay his train another :Mrs. Smoked Marring With Creamed
55 S I mother of .. C'ook six until liard .In the
eggs!
placed upon this wheel? and as it revolves /- hour.Mr. i We want to tell all the
at a hitch rate, facet after Hoirman,. the local express an (' Make a sauce of two tablespoon- I children between the ages
M very each of flour and butter, one-half I fo six and ninety-six about the little
"s facet is thus cut. These facets are agent, ia noted for quick loading, but fairy we have in
he found that he contents of the of suit and two cupfuls our bank.
mathematical car
but
chance on
;. "\ .- not cut by Red milk ; season with pepper and salt
cal lines just holding' a mirror at i had been arranged in such manner
; cooking the hatter and flour und Her "
r that only one refrigerator box could name is "Interest, and every time put
a certain angle reflects the sun, so the First the milk. Choj the egg whites you
facuts reflect and refract the! rays of be stowed at a time. and the! next and add to the sauce; pour a dollar in our bank on savings account or on time

'light. There are 68 such facets on could not enter before the truck on I buttered toast. Rice the egg: certificate she waives her magic wand and--cents
which the preceding one had been conveyed over this, and finish each slice I
full cut brilliant diamond jumps right
'w every regular up by the side of it, then you have a dollar
What I have already referred had left the car. But Mr. Hoffman toast with a strip of herring which
that gathered together five trucks, More than / been heated and dotted with bits l and-cents where you only had a dollar before..;
'4" :4J to as "rose cut" simply means
: and he and his hustling assistant N. life siivlng butter.
'"
sufficiently deep to
not
t ; the stone is N. quickly got each truck with the ,' Codfish Chowder. -Take one pound If you keep on adding to your account, she keepson
and rather Thoyiaa
admit ,of regular cutting Cross Life t salt codfish one nnd one-half cup
iJ manned and a number of besides rolling nickels up to your dollars, and before
than sacrifice .too much instead of negroes high; murk' of sliced potatoes, one teaspoon- you
'tlJ t being cut to a point underneath the I to lift thch eavy boxes onto th< number -of of powdered thyme, a dash of pep hardly realize it you have a snug bank account.

"er' y stone, it, is flat, with facets on thc trucks. By preventing entanglementsand > veloptMl. two cupfuls of tomato juice, two !
: \ top. This of course renders the stone delay, the loading was completed swim week" of milk, two and one-half cup. In later years she guards your welfare and keeps
in exactly 15 1-2 minutes, which duclnic tha of water a stalk of celery diced. poverty and
of much less value than a brilliant suructlon and of a cupful of onion diced. want from attacking you, makes you enjoy I
\ about one-quarter of the was record time. life in
possibly : of "" the fish and cut In small pleasure and comfort where otherwise you

's value of a brilliant of similar size and "('o N" IE=BACK AT MIAMI by cellent the work Ked .' Cook the vegetables, Reasoning might have led a life of drudgery, misery and want, in
I' welirht. water, add the (Uh and n)ilk previ old besides
1 your age, being dependent relatives ,
There is an impression In some u largo purt heated and serve with crisped on or

minds that diamond Is a diamond." Gang That Fleeced Visitors Out of i tlon how to charity.

?, \\ Jt remember once seeing horse of $3I.-,0)0() Last Year. Back \gain- i| water.Red Cross I Codfish Souffle.-One cupful of

about 16 hands high, for which $57- shown ht .. codfish two tablespoonfuls Deposit your dollars in our bank where our little-

{, ,r 000 had been paid and yet we have "Wire tappers" und confidence men adopted In flour two tablespoonfuls of butter, fairy "Interest" will add to them rfegularly and make
which who week last flo. few dashes of pepper, three eggs
in
'h 5 all seen them quite as large, one February th. police teaspoonful of minced parsley, two you independent. N
would be dear at $57. So with a diamond cd visitors to !Miami out (-1. :tU: :>>,Ot1fJ, prune (' of milk, one cupful of soft I

.. Color, freedom from flaws. hive had their advance agents, in Miami Clan crumb and a teaspoonful of I

}, \and cutting are all determining factors for the last week or two complet Juice. Make a wblte sauce as -

t In the value of a stone. It I I.* Imf plans for what Is to be the bi;?' Help )ove, freshen the codfish by soaking, I

pposed by many that white is the ge: ..t haul,over made there, it Is said. You rnn't.\" : rinse well and !Hake; add to the ,
giving un
t le color known to 'diamonds but It la understood two men, nationally AmerUMn suuce. Separate the yolks and

y is,, not he case, although it Is known in the confidence !game, already others who of the eggs and beat each light BRADFORD
\ COUNTY
BANK
In the yolk., add seasonings then
Vevailing one. There is an arls- have arrived In Miami and have lust
.
!
the whites Pour Into bnt-
In a -
in everything obtained a site for one of their "biir
diamonds as l Djy' -
jr.ln .
cllsh and cook
baking thirty
and Is the where N. T. RITCH, W. T. WEEKS.
stores"-that
(Jne diamond may be black place they ",. Surround the dish with hol J. ti. RrrCD.I .
(of a coffe color. The blackbe take (he moijey'from\ fou' I,1t enoughto (ion and and serve from the soaflDe I i President. Vice Tresident. ,Cashier

confounded with they try to win fabulous sum> on "in- fruition and I "

nda which during the 'side tips" about fake horse races and ,craitful( hey., }Utxolt T} ; I 10;:



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"FRIDAY JANUARY 12. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA \ PAGE FIN
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r, son ville, underwent an operation tor ning at the parsonage. i| cpption room.

: appendicitis last Saturday. Friends Rev. Simpson is ij} transfer to Florida i The ml'l'tlul't11" presided over by After EveryClaevv M.cal'iV7
will be glad to know she is doing nice- from the Kentucky conference,j I (lie president, Miss Amelia-Kay, and!
@ Bits of LocalIuJLor @ ly. having been in the state about a year Mrs. W. J. Epperson discharged the
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| u_,_ and is a minister of ability. StarkoIs duties of secretary. Reports from \' .t ri: i!
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iiiatioii 1 F. A. Crowder has been keeping to ho congratulated\ upon having! !. the various officers and committee
carpenters and painters busy on his him in charge of tho :Methodist[ church I' wore heard anti some business", planj "m\"t\1\ \ t; if'

new purchase, the former Futch brick On this happy oioa.sion the parson- j II ned for the coming )" '11 r. I --- -- _
(6' Concerning Our People, Business and block. The well fittl'llult and well situated 'laKe was Tilled to overflowing with I Tho hostess, assisted by Martha I :

F ) Progress in the County and Town. l ) store on the ground floor! will, church members and a few friends, Brownlee: Sara Hope and Georgia j .year food

.. no doubt, soon have tenant.. and the evening passed quickly away. Haynes Wins Kay and Mrs O. IHajnea /. well, U ic u \vise! '
Col. C. L. Pock, Rev A. I:. Punham served a bountiful salad IVRIGLEYTSaid":. ht
'J I and l Ki-v. W. E. Pauuherty with .
highly hot chocolate
\Mrs. J. W. Killian, who has been en- course mind l whipped eMfjcsltoii.
Florida peanut seed at Kickliters. I and stumped.Mrs spending several weeks with her father terlulnod their audience with amusing l cream.The .
I J. M. Truby, Wednesday morn- stories and recitations, nnd were Children of the Conf'rIH'y.1 II also peeps
Miss Etta Tison spent Friday in \ > E. Chancey and Nolan Chan- ing for her homoSn Black !Mountain' voted by all capital entertainers. : which is a branch of the mother chapter the tee:!. cScaia,

Jacksonville. j cey, of Lake City, were guests last IN. C. Mrs. Killian was accompanied Mrs. L. A. Pavis, president of the is doing excellent work and there breafli sweet,
week of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Simmons. : as far as Jacksonville by her father, missionary society, sand MUH."" O. L. is much enthusiasm, among the young: appetite !iCCIJ.
Charlie Johns spent last week jn Mr. Truby. Ifnvnes, vice president, assisted by a poop In who form this organization.
Ala<-huu visiting relatives.L. I I Misses Jesse Thomas, Ethel Griffin score of workers served l delicious hothocoliite Mrs. J. M. Alvarez is director of the I The Cr and Owen Griffin returned home I (' and sandwiches.ROMAN'S C. of C. and l Mrs O. L. HayncM ill assistant '! I Sweetmeat
I Formal announcement of the I
A. Brown, of Brooker, was a business Friday from a visit in Jacksonvillewith open director. I I
"' ing of the "Shoppo Elite," an excl'i- ...;. ;.
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visitor here Monday. I relatives : cum :MEETINGThe -- I ',
Rive hat and 1 gift shop, will\ be madeIn ..'
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\V. C. T. IT. VEILING I : ; -1.\;
next week's issue of the i i ,
Telegraph.This .
'y cI R. L. Lewis spent last week-end in I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings returned Woman's Club met Wednesdayj ,. .a"I-i\
Starke on business. to Jacksonville Monday after a : shop will bo located in the building I I j afternoon at he club housu and held' Tuesday! afternoon at the MelhotiietI I S...t.D : .l

i Jy f short visit with her parents, Mr. and formerly occupied by Harold Wall their regular monthly business meeting church the localV.. C. T. IT. held an lYr.ppu.W' t I

Mrs. W. S. Neisler, of Jacksonville, Mrs. II. E. Lagergren. and Floyd Green. Mrs. N. i P. Wainwright occupying interesting meeting, with Mrs. J. W. A Aa
: is visiting Mrs. A. P. Hoffman. the choir.Among White as Il'IL I Clifford Blitch and Tom Limbaugh \Miss Nelle Roberts of Lawtey was tho business. receiving attention This was Union Signal Day and, the

Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. are at home again after spending the a spend-the-day guest of Mrs Gco. was a vote of thanks to Mayor talks and readings referred particularly I
1 Kk'klitcr.: 1.12-2t holidays with relative" and l friend in C. White last Friday. In the evening C. I. Peek for a ban.Nome donation to this fine paper, which Is the TIMING; )RAILROAD MAN t
Tallahassee.Mr. !Messrs. G. C. White nnd J. W. Andrews to the club house fund. Sixteen new official organ of tho national '\'. C. T. -

G. M. Bennett of Theresaa was a Jr., joined the ladies, and they 'I members were added to the dub membership U. Tho slate banner was displayed "Augh-waugh-g-r-r!"

, visitor to Starke Wednesday. ali \ and Mrs. Roy Turner and little enjoyed a delicious supper served by1 at this meeting. The club and the announcement made! that j -it wax the bahy, and h., had nude
daughter Loiselle were here Sat the hostess. I' plans in the near future to give a supper Starke had won this banner on account similar remarks steadily for the last!
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li E. M. Johns made a business triy to urday to attend the funeral of Henry and smoker to the club husbandsand of their good! work tho past hour Mr. Appul's hair.-what wa I
I Jacksonville Monday. Andrews. Tho W. C. T. U. will have un interesting the honorary club members. year j i 1 left of it-stood on end ,I

meeting next Sunday evening, Tho tri-county federation of the :Mrs.[ I n. E. Knight ren.lu 1"11en. I "Gnow ahwb wombdg'oner,:' N)-
.... L. Turner went to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and little j I the 14th inst., at the Baptist church. Fifth Section will meet iiT Stnrko on titled I, "Is. It Worth lthilol" Mrs. W. ] gour-r-r-rl" remarked tho baby lust.

yesterday on a business trip.. daughter returned Sunday from a vis This is in celebration of the third anniversary Feb. 28th.\ Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Mrs. J. Epperson read, "The Union Signal ily while thu puopld living across the

it in Arcadia and other places' in of national prohibition. J. T. Moore, Miss Elizabeth Skinner, Tells" and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh also way rose from their beds and closed:
1" SIr and Mrs. O. L. Bcasley will south Florida.Prof. Thl're'will be good music and addres- Mrs Galloway and other prominent gave u reading entitled\ "Tho Signal tho windows( ostentatiously.Mr. .
upend the week-end in Fernan |
I t I I ApiH-1 ground! hill teeth. "To
i4 t E. R. Poppell spent the holidays tend. and speak on this occasion..
. l Miss Addle Baisden and Mrs. Ben with his family and! Sunday afternoon I: Visitors present at the meeting/ on I ('Ol'n'' HOUSE:; : I'l HitisiiKD III' i iI i'I''think," ho murmured wearily! "thatI
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should have lived hecomo
Stillpy were week-end visitors to went to Melrose to open the Mrs. Mary N. Bradnhaw arrivedfrom I this day were !Mrs J. T. Moore, Mrs ---- I II to the
,,' Jacksonville school at that place* St. Louis, Mo., Monday after W. I"". Godwin, of Lawtey, and Mr!<. I Painters )leave/ for some time (been father of a train amolU\'rl"-Ar.( !
noon. She comes to-viait Elder W. E. W. J. Chandler! of New York. I at work on the different otlicen contained kansas Utility News
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" ',:'., Col. A. Z. Adkins and daughter, Mrs. C. W. Liddon came Thursday Daugherty and wife Mrs Brndshaw 4- BMH l>I B M WMMm M H in tho omirlhoiiHc, and 1 have not | -
l t Hazel, spent Wednesday in Jackson. from Jacksonville! to spend several is the mother-in-law of' A. Paul LAW !Ill!lULl-: CLASS MEETING: { /finished yet Where they are through J I I /ate Commonest O".lIlt
I,, .' ville. weeks and is a guest of Misses! Olive Paugherty! who is the pastor of the |IIho wood work has" been nicely repainted I j Some 'men are nut only eager ti, gay* .
\ I . and! Amelia Ray. Tuxedo Boulevard Christina church, Tho monthly business meeting of and varnished I. and what rub- :, the d, ail his due, hill they Insist. on 1.
-- the Law Bible Class held in the '' adilliiK! 11 fat lituuiH li I.I, ilie T.dwho
was
nirumulnted in
'hlsh have
f Mrs J. M. Mitchell and Miss Hild.i Webster Grove, St. Louis Mo. A. Paul there may .
lauds collections
d. horn in and Itaruon. room of the Baptist church, Ibo several nlliceH, was gotten rid of usually poor.--.
Struth went to Jacksonville Thursday Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, Billy, Dnughcrty was Hampton Holm.toll I'OMt.Business.
,': to visit Mrs. Jack Briggs. are spending several weeks at the is the oldest son of Rev. and Mrs. W. I Saturday afternoon! at 3:30.: There when the painters' came. .. .
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hoi*.; of her parents, Pr. and Mrs. J. E. Paugberty. was a Rood attendance and much interest The largest olHce, tho clerk's, shows
}' __ I ummfesUvi in tho new work the work of the
: Rev. L. B. Simpson is in Jackson- : C. Wills. especially the beatifying'
y'villa attending the conference on'' A number of Stflrke people motored I class has taken up for the year, tlmt painters. But Clfrk Alderman and

f.t':\}, evangelism. O. J. Phillips, who IsI member of to Gainesville !Sunday=! and enjoyed js, the homo deportment and cradle; Deputy Clerk Knight worn not satisfied Cords : ;
the Miami fire department, was renewing the irrtprovehient in the roads. roll work. with having only the walls and

.J I ,:, L. L. King of New Orleans, came acquaintances in Starke Sat Among the number were Mr. and MrsC. After the usual business now com- ceilings repainted, 110 they went to ,

'i: Wednesday and is a guest of Mr. and urday. A. Futch \Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sis- mittees were appointed un follows for work and varnished and furbished up .--. --- --
:. Mrs. J. T. Quigley., trunk Merrill Futch Mr. and Mrs. the next three months tho desks, tables and cabinets. With Lumber! h
... ; Rev and Mrs. L. B. ,Simpson and U. D. Bowers and children, Mr. and Attendance: Mrs. L. H. I Eastman, I them) improvements and all papers | .

(; i' H. M. Tallmadge, until lately with children returned Thursday from a Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. Edward I Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Mrs.. W. O. Sil- '' and books in order, tho office! looks MS | Lumber!

the Telegraph, has secured a position short visit -with relatives in White Burns Mrs. Shaffer, Luoile Mitchell, cox.Sick neat as a new pin.
:' with the Daily News, Gainesville.Mrs. I, Springs. W. W. Colson, Sudie Lee Mildred and I.'lowerIrs.: \ L. A. Wynn i. With very few exceptions, Bradford': Lumber!
,', and Howard Colnon, Hazel Middleton, I Mrs. U. C. Cone, Miss Beulah Ed- county's official have always I been> of

Ellen Poston of Posture S. C.,1 Mrs Sarah L. Hamrick and Mrs. \Mrs Florence Powell, Paul E. Ca- wardx. probity, capable and orderly. Thin I BoreeV Lumber Yard, Starke _
spent the past week with Mrs. T. A. Nelle Hughes have returned from a nova, Jr., Ras Brinson. Social: Mrs. C. L. Hodges Mrs. J. state examiners find their accounts .
Brinson. holiday visit with relatives in Savannah -I W. Edwards. well kept, and praise from them is not I 1886 1 .
Atlanta and Sylvania, Ga. ALVAREXGAINEYMr. I Mrs C. L. Hodges was elected assistant withheld. Such officers deserve pleasant i
secretary of the clpsn, nlsoI'crt.tary
Miss Thelma'Chanc'ey. quarters. 'I
of.Lak City
spent the week-end with her sister Miss Nelle Roberts Mrs. E. L. A. I. Alvarez and Mrs. Annie of the home department.On II DAVISINSURANCE
i Mrs. J. L. Simmons. Biggs and J. W. AndrewsJr., motored Gainey both of Starke were quietly I| behalf of tho class, Mrs. E. i). I
to Jacksonville yesterday and married Saturday evening by County Card presented the class teacher, Mrs 'raSoRUCOLUMN 4,

Strawberry crates and cups at J. F. spent the day. Judge R. A. Green, in hit. office at the I Geo.Christian's C. White Secret, with of a book, Life"The" \ :
Kickliter's. courthouse, in the presence of a few a Happy '
Edward Burns has gone to Pallas, witnesses. The Telegraph! joins the : as a small token of' appreciation! of STARKE

Miss Josephine Brinson spent Sat Texas, on a business triy and while many friends of this popular couple the splendid help she is rendering us '
urday and Sunday in Jacksonville on away Mrs. Burns is the guest of Mrs. in wishing them all happiness I' teacher and'of the esteem In which
rhu Is. held by the members. V
J. M. Mitchell. '"ttl7rJtWDtutDI01DmlIlCltDtt1D1e1Clt'RStOtOOQ'' ( \
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1\1 US. BROWN FOR SALE Porto Rico yam Heed COFFINS & CASKETS
I LEE ENTERTAINS I
O. D. Croft and! family, of Braden- CLASS
Brown returned Saturday from potatoes $I ,bushel. II. L. Stevenson -
of Starke visitors U. I). C. per And a Full line of
Lake City where she spent the holi- town, formerly were Starke. M2-2t '
days ,with relatives. at he home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Miss Isabel Bullen entertained her I ..- UnJ.r'"'ur Sappliet .
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee hostess ,
I M. Sistrunk last week. Sunday school class and several of was FOR SALE-Georgia Runner seed --
I Saturday afternoon to the" W. T. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Adkins'spent their friends Thursday by giving a j peanuts, at six cents per pound,
Mrs. A. Z.
Saturday I .
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I Wcek!<.Chllpter, U. P. C. The delightful Always on hand. The bent *cr .
Mrs L. A. Reynolds, of Raleigh, N.
in Lawtey and was a guest of her picnic dinner at Kingsley lake. cash. F. M. Whitu & Son Lulu Purk .
country home of the Brown- eke at the lowest price Spa.et.l
C. is in Starke visiting her mother,
The party to Peek's landing Ga. 12.2'2tit'FOR .
Mrs. M. E. Edwards. went
mother
iitfutloa to telegraph ortt
I lee family has recently been remodeled l.
Mrs. E. F. Johns. She. will be her : ---
and enjoyed marshmallow .
boating .. Emb lm .
Krglnt red r.DeWITT
and redecorated, and with nil the KENT -Furnished\ housekeeping -
for few weeks.
a roast and had a picture taken of the yl
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Mrs. H. Tomlinson of Lake Butler -
I modern conveniences I Is! now both elegant rooms, front porch, three connecting i
is spending the week with" her daughter group. C. JONES
V, 'colt capo Tl1ea! from and comfortable In every jmrtio i rooms with bath, N. Walnut t
Those the I
enjoying picnic were
Mrs. El: R. : I
Poppell.
ular. Vases of pink Radiance Jackson. Phone FLA
Poland to attend tini,'nrrM::< of Frank Carpenter Fannie Darby, At- roses i street, near STARKE
his sister Miss Poris to S. C. Car- added tt the charm of the large re- I I 145. 1-B-tf
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\\ A L'esK-'nt!; Jr., Jim K'cUJ'ter' :' vin Beck u____Blanche_ Alderman, Comer. ,: fig/: /tnQNtkDNtJDitIItIDD/i1tDDim019iCtl1t .
nell, of Ormond. Long, Willie Agin Eunice; : r
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and Harold Wall spent Sunday in l'erkln'4'I" ---- ------- - ---- -
Jacksonville.Mrs. Charles Darby John Powell, Tim '_. ..,, .... -.--._ __ ft. _____..._ _
Mr. and Mrs. 1;'. L. Turner spent Limbaugh, Hugh Brownlee, James

.. T. J. Griffin in Sunday in Jacksonville making the William Brownlee Orb Wiggins, Mil-
spent Monday I
Jacksonville: with her brother, Mr.'. trip t by auto. They were accompanied dred Gill, Gladys Williams, Hamilton Bank With Us Young Man! .
Darby, who is quite ill I l-omi- by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .) nfinjm. hitch, Thelmn Snellgrove, Isabel Fernandez -

Eleanor Hedges. ,
PrOto and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and '
Dr. N. D. Brinson, of Baldwin, was Young Woman! "
little daughter returned Thursday afternoon LUCILE JOHNSJAUTY
the guest of his brother, T. 'A. Brin- and
from Tallahassee where they ,
Monday.Mrs. .
aon,
spent the holidays with Mrs. Powl- Little Miss Lucile Johns gave a

J. W. Killian went to Gainesville ing's parents. merry party to a number of her lit. Your life is before you. I

last week to visit Mrs. S. T. tie friends. Friday afternoon at the
Dell. Prof. and Mrs. II. C. Willoughby, home of her parents .Mr. and Mrs. (Grow With Us Success or failure will de-

of Gainesville were guests yesterdayof S. R. Johns.

Mrs.,G. M. Innian left Monday fora Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White. Prof. The guests played games and had pend upon. your own efforts. ...
two weeks visit in Norfolk, Peters Willoughby occupies the .chair of agriculture two amusing contest after which refreshments #

burg and Waverly, Va, in the University of Florida. of sandwiches, salad and
'ff and will be and end
hot chocolate were served. you start right go right you right right.

Mrs. J. W. Nichols, of Palatka, is Hollis Knight spent last week-end The guests at this'merry party were
visiting .her. sister, Mrs. J. L. Simmons with friends In' Gainesville going Inez Hedges, Mildred Colson Elise
from there to Atlanta Ga., Sunday Jones Gussie Mae Bennett, \Mary Ca- As a beginning, start a savings account in this bank and accumu- t

night where he will\ resume his studies nova, Ruth Sternberg, Lucile Mitchell
Lucile Johns spent several days of at Emory University.J. Florence.and Elizabeth Andrews late money instead of frittering it away. Then when the great

last week in Hampton visiting relatives I Harriet RitTch, Hazel Middleton and
W. Andrews Jr., motored to I Vfadge Middleton Comer Long, Sammy opportunity comes---as it will---you will be ready for it and success .

Kowell Prevail a well known straw Jacksonville, Elizabeth Friday Florence and his and daughters Leila- Icy Bryan Sternberg Don, Joseph Hoover, Thomas, Wes- will be assured. Many others have begun at the bottom and

berry grower of the Lawtey section, Dea, returned home with him, after
had business in Starke Saturday. spending the holidays with their RECEPTION FOR REV AND MRS. reached the top. Why not you?

grandmother, Mrs. Emma Alvarez. SIMPSONIn I .

G. M. Inman, the successful real
estate man of the Strout Farm Agency : The reading circle of the :Methodist honor of the newly appointed

spent Saturday. in Jacksonville. missionary society will meet Monday minister o* the Methodist churrh> Rev BANK OF STARKE l 1
t'' afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the residence L. B. Simpson and his wife, the ladies

Tomny Randall left last week for o(Mrs. J. W. White. All mem- of>the' Missionary Society' gavean

Athens iCa., after spending the ,holidays bers of the society or of the churchare informal' reception Thursday eve- .. The {fan of Helpful Service .
in 'TStarke with friends. cordially invited.
Files Cared lu 6 to I' Uvrrflinf :

Charles Powell Is having his lots in Miss Irma Stilley who Is a student wow Drn4A4ts,Icchlnf.U'leirt man Ttrvflnqorl'r'jtr If PAZO. OtVTHCir '. E. S. Matthew. Pr... G.o. C. Whit Cashier :

the southern portion of Starke cleared nurse in St. Luke' hospital,, JacJr ImHamly rMMwc Icrblnit Film ana ym r*" \ I ir
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, S'rARKE, FLORIDA
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ing and am expecting more
'r tial improvements along substan-I i tJ21! while both demand and savings! district are meeting their financial
of I sl7flLAIKalnbwnaa1OH1N3w i deposits continue to show increases obligations* pointing out that in all
.. than any other phase agriculturein i
r the county. I I iAor" figures for thu eorr'spondiugperiod states comprising the sixth district
I i of 1921.Continued farmers have increased appreciablytheir

: With The Bradford \lachoa-Vlslted-several leaders in I increased output has savings: accounts. '

the county during the week and discussed La.Ios pup marked manufacturing in the districtthe I Conditions in the fruitknaval stores

with them the farm needs in pa>13rJJ SdI1 summary asserts, with consumption and lumber indnstri.>H are viewed upi -

1 County Farmers their communities, ,Jotting their of cotton increasing in the 'cot-i I timisticully in the juniinary+ which

j .1 views! of what should. compose a coun- ton growing states on the level with I j notes firmer prices tjrevxlling; for cot-

t 1 i I \j.....................................................-................................ ty program of agricultural work for ('on. Ga., Monday: lifter pending the consumption over the United! Statesas j ton, improved employment conditions
p r I the year,. holidays with her mother !Mrs. M. E. a whole. Reports from mills manufacturing and continued building activity in ci-
v ticK of the district.
cotton cloth, yarn, hosieryand
S .' Edward:
for the they feed only at overalls show that tho output in The transportation situation, nllho
KILL CORNNKKVILS; I worms; SAMPSON CITY Jesse Crawford, of Midway, was n
I night.: Make fresh bait every day along visitor here Sunday.J. November was ]larger than in Octo- "considerably Improved during thi- I

rear Stock" Cannot-Get lo'u1l"lIh I as m>edud. S. Norman returned Sunday after ber and 1 substantially greater\ than last few ,weeks" the summary say<
I From Uug-iydden/ Corn If this bait is )properly sown, it will' Sampson City, Jan 12.-Ed Swear- spending several days in different in the same month of last year. "has not been fully rectified," whole. ,I
ingcn, of Gainesville, was a visitor at
i I fall in such small Makes that fowls or sections of south Florida Wholesale trade in the district during Kale firms reporting they still are experiencing i
{ ,' the home of Mrs. Josie Hall atur-
lvI Aro weevils eating )your corn, Mr. other birds will not pick it up.) day. Lonnie Prescott, of Highland, was November as reflected in reports some difficulty and/dl'laJ .
I In a cabbage Held. better prote.tlonwill business visitor here Friday. from more than lOll representativefirms I in receiving consignments.
I Farmer? Do you expect your present JIrs.\ W. II. Smith and daughter, a
of to stock be given to the plants lit a smalIcr Mrs. Truby Willis and !Mrs. Eli; in various lines of trade.: is reported -
supply> corn carry your Doric, and Mrs. W. J. Roberson! motored -
r expenditure for material if instead Starke Thursday not to the volume of I
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through: the winter and next summer to Brooker Thursday and were Mott were shopping as up
do and If the weevils of being sown broadcast the bait i III business in October. Seasonal factors Optimistic Thought.
? If you I guests of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. ,
1v? $ are eating the corn, gut busy and top placed in small piles about the stalksof Lonnie Morgan. L. A. and Edward Marr were visitors arc held 1 responsible for declines I It conta f more to revenge Injuries
this waste. the cabbage1. For other crops I It to Sanderson Sunday. in the aggregate volume of sales reported than it .1'>1'11 to bear theiu.
Mrs.\ T. C. Thomas and daughters,
q Specialist of the Agricultural Experiment ,rollhe, scattered along the rows. Mr.\ and Mrs. W. E. Torodu and in seven lines ranging from -
!Mabel, Dnris and Ovidu, left Thursday
F ), Division, University of Flor; "In n small garden or in a field where for their home in Paintka, aftera children spent Sunday with relativesin 0.4 per cent in groceries to 21.3 percent A.drove's TO VIC
a thor are but few cutworms, the Busiest shoes. A falling off of 1\1.11\
+ w s Via, Are warning formers against tho two weeks visit with her mother, Windsor. in Tasteless diuj Tonic n" .n, ,
criBs quickest i and I'hcape-tl I method The for next Sunday's services cent throughout the district wan and .
M e I{ storing of corn in pen as they Mrs\ Josio Ilall topics per Energy Vitality by Purifying.'
( ; nay it will be eaten up by weevils, if I! (II' flouting with them is to walk thru Uncle Wiley Roberson is confinedto by Rev W. I. Powell, are "Ideal recorded in the dry goods trade, on 1 Enri'\ hiug the Blood. When you l J. o I i

;, ./ + left there long enough. The v ''ue of I the patch in the early! morning and his bed with sickness American homes," morning; and in the basis of twenty-five reports. witha IItrl'ngth'nlnlllnvIIIJrutlllg! effect H'',,, ln.v.lt ...
I Much corn is often lowered 40 percent I: 'look for plants'rut off during the Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and (he evening "I.ird.:! of a Feather." I decline or 6\$ per cent in hardware'j',> Uiiigs color to tho cheeks and,] In.. ,

1w by February: night. By s<'ratching the earth away daughter motored to Hawthorne Fri The topic for the Epworth; League 'and 1.4 per cent in furniture. It Improves' the niipetitd. y,,, > :i.1 1 tlM'u

I If you have an airtight crib or from thc base of the plant the worm' day end were guests of his parents, service which will precede the eve- The tenor of reports, however, the appreciate its true tonic voles
room, put the corn In it und'! apply usually will be found at a depth of Mr and Mrs. R. II. Smith.T. ning service will be "The Good Amer summary imint's out, is "distinctly ,Hire*'c':, TiifteluHS chill Tonic is simply"
hD have airtight not more than nn inch. Collect( and kiln" optimistic' and the reports carry "t-\ Ire.-. and Quini..c utio| if
carbon bisulphide you no V. Williams I is visiting his sister -
food to the chickens At regular meeting of Lawtey idenccs of a bright outlook for the pleasant even children like it. The >Ie.,1 I ,<1
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,room, use bandstand' boxes. It Mrs. T. C. Thomas, of Palatkn,
I No 181) K. & A. M., the following ." needs QUININE; to Purify it and IRON to
is ossonlial that the crib or barrel bean Lodge coming )'ellr
this week.
Fiirirh: il Malarial! I
Destroys I
I KAULY: VEGKI'AIJl.K.S: ::; PI.OU-" officers were installc4-for the In from eonv-imndi-nt Harm and
;! reports
cx1Y near air-light us posviblu.it R. Lee ibson; of Gainesville, motored l <;,'111 l germs hy Its Strengthening !algid .
the is IDA ensuing year: banks the Reserve Bank! findI.tsi- \
\ Two pounds of poison enough; here Sunday and was a guest ank': peer ,.I-"
for every I Oil cubic feet of crib space I of Mrs. Josie Hall. E. B. Wells, W. M.

: If you have to use barrels, a larger No vegetables are n't: good as those ;Mrs. Hostile McCruder and son, !Mo- J. W. Harbor, S. W.

I amount than this should be used be- grown in one's own garden, nnd there zelle, und! Cyril Manire, of Starke, W. I K. Torode, J. W.W. .

e i cause there will be greater waste. are good reasons why fresh vegetables : were business visitors here Thursday !'. Godwin, Treas.R. I

{ This) poison' can be secured: at any should form a part of the daily! M. Tracy, Secretary.A. .

I drug store. Make two upplicatlllls'li diet of every family At the beginning ;Mrs ,V. J. Uoberson and DoganXalib A. Harley, S. S. I
i the second about' 'three or four weeks of the new year attention should motored to the county seat on J. I.. HiirreU, J. S.

after the first. This i.s necessary he- be devoted to the horn garden, advises Saturday. L. A, Marr, S. P. '

cause of the hatching of eggs which W. L. Floyd|, professor of horticulture W. S. Nabb was a business visitor T. T. UltukburVi, J. D. I

I were uninjured. by the first application. I of the Florida College! of Ag to Georgia; one day last!: week. E. !)...Boyer, Chaplain. I

It is host to shuck the corn. riculture. Lynk Williams and Kirby Smith, II. C. Padgett, Tyler
The farmer who expects the bust January and February is the timeto of Lochloosa, spent the week-end herewith Strawberries are' still leaving Law
work of his farm animals and at the prepare seedbeds and the soil for relatives. tey daily, J. II. Moore and sons picking -

same tinge feeds, them weevil-infested the garden.. Frosts in Florida are Ray Gooilge has accepted employment eleven crates last week, and several .
corn, Is making a pour calculation, usually light enouuh not to kill mOnt others! picked a crate or two ev-
: at Palatka. HAROLD HUME Wm.'P. SIMMONS D. A. tt ORR490N. jr. .
f An engine will not turn as many young plants, specially if given the R. Lee Gibson of Gainesville, and ery other day. The frost of last week President VicePreiiJont S... &" Tra>. I.
wheels on 4tt pounds of steam us it protection of a cold frame. This fact Miss Mamie Hall motored to Long! did 1 not seem to set them back. Returns -
will 011 I 1110( pounds: nor will u horse. makes it possible for Florida peopleto Bridge Sunday.Dr. : from the shipments so far have Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

,- MI produce early vegetables. W. Middlcton; made several been very satisfactory. Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
J KILLING CUTWORMS; It is a good idea to test seed for culls here last week. Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, Prompt Shipment

'its f... germination before planting, in orderto Mrs. Thomas, of New River, is visIting was transacting business here Mon-

+! '.. Muny truckers and gardeners art' insure a good stand. Small seed her daughter, Mrs.! Carl Wynn. day. Ask your neighbor---He know
; r. ,, writing to the Florida Experiment like cabbage and turnip, can be tested --- Get New Fall price list Before BuyingE.

Ii < Station and asking how to avoid or Ion a hot stove. Those that pop LAWTEY BUSINESS CONDITIONS
0. Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville FU
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kill the cutworm which they describe have vitality; the dead ones burn. GREATLY; IMPROVED!

," as "cutting the stems of the young Large seed like beets, carrots and Lawtey, Jan. 12.-Mr. and Mrs.,

J J'. plants completely off or so near thai sugar corn, can be tested by means Floyd Ball, of Grand Rapids, Mich.,, Continued! improvement in funda-
r., they full or break olf." of the rag doll tester. This consists are guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Arthur mental business conditions "in the

I Such inquiries are turned over to in rolling the seed in a wet cloth and Swartz. face of some obstacles" was noted by
Prof. .1. R. Watson, entomologist, who placing the roll in a warm location. Mrs. Ury Gunter and little daughter the Atlanta Federal Reserve Dank in

fy repliesabout as follows: In about ten days open it and calculate Dorothy, returned to their homein a review made public Monday of conditions
'1 i I To control the cutworm the Kansas the percentage of sprouted seed. Wauchula Sunday, after spendinga in the sixth Federal Reserve

M1 t; bait is recommended. Scatter it on Another point to;l consider is that of few weeks at the home of Mr. and District for the last several weeks. .

i the field or garden: after sunset for having a fertile soil. Stable manure !Mrs G. L. Futch. The district includes the states of

I I the hungry worms to feed upon lurk I is one of the best fertilizers known, !Mrs. W. E< Torodu was u. visitor to Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana

f'' ing the night. To prepare this I butt,, It should be well rotted and should Jacksonville Wednesday. Mississippi! and Tennessee, district is
secure the following: have a small per centage of straw to Mrs. F. II. Simmons, o' Tampa, is recorded as showing substantial improvement -
A. Bran, 25 pounds. Paris green manure. This should be applied broadcast spending a few days here with her "over conditions existinga

1 pound.B. at the rate Of ten tons to the acr'8IInd mother. year ago," with other lines reporting TOURING CAR
Water, 2 1-2 gallons. Molus- bo thoroughly mixed into the soil Rev. W. I. Powell was a visitor to progress.

lies or syrup, 2 quarts.! Lemons, 2 or Stable manure raises the temperatureof Starke Thursday. The summary sues! further signs of
3. the soil and thus hastens the plant Charlie Wilkerson of Maxville, was improvement in the decline by more
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Grille or grind the lemons fine.\ Mix growth. Commercial fertilizers must In town on business Friday. than forty per cent in number and New Price

the bran and paris green thoroughlywhile be used at intervals during the growing Miss Rebecca Whitehead and niece, forty-eight per cent in liabilitea in
g still dry. Then wet "A" with period as a top dresser to stimulate Miss Eunice Whitehead, spent tho commercial failures during November -

r d ?4.4 "B" until decidedly damp, hut not rapid growth. week-end with relatives in Starke. of, last year as compared with

; sloppy, and is of such consistency thatit Cabbage, cauliflower, collard, egg- Mrs. Pearl Jones returned to her failures for the same month of last
will fall In 'tine /Hakes when sown plant, lettuce, pepper, tomato and onion duties as teacher in Fort Myers the year. Volume of debits to individual

broadcast. Put it out after sunset seed can be sown in the seedbedin first> of the week, after spending the accounts for the second week of De-
I ". so that it will be fresh and attractive January. Do not cover more than olidnys here. I cember of last year Is recorded as

three-quarters of an Inl'h'deep. Turnips Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, showing an increase.of almost seven- 298
he Quinine Teat Doc hoi Allect tit; HeelTWmtMi b"etslnd carrots should be was a business visitor to Lawtey on
of Ira tonic and la..tie rfliK.. LAXATIVE : planted in the field as early as possible Monday. Cctd.i PnUllcnzft ,
I : UROMO QUININE: (T.t>' -l') cnn lx inkin : Case: Ship apt
by anyone without raiiHlnil. nfirvf>umi....or rinxlniluichahoad. I if not already planted. Brussel 1\1I\ Wilma Blanchard] returned to rjVXATIVE::rnOPtO QJBt1 I .
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E.W.CROVBJ.hiusmr.uuboa.: ;/ :It -
sprout plants should be set also in her work in Jacksonville Monday after "surf. Thero In only one '"'T'Oulolro..' I
( January. spending a week here with her K. M CKOVE;: .i ".ii r" im ""So 3CH. II

J1iJ11Dlls..lllJtalaif" parents) Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- i I
Cures Malaria, Chills,
COUNTY AGENTS': REPORTS hard.E. I

f" ;, M.\ Futch and Robert Blanchard I 666 end Fever, Dengue or [\ F. O. B.

J e!; Inactive it l>udo-On December 30() we formally visited friends in Woodlawn Sunday. Bilious Fever. II i' + r DETROIT

opened a $30,000 farmers market W. M. Bryan, of Starke, was a visitor -
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in Miami. here Sunday.Mr. .
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d :. 1 Liver and Mrs. Lonnie Futch returned JOflNWIilTE&CO.yCJLOU1SVtL : I +tAv ? f .it2yal,ems
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r I 4 KCl I.t'vy-Two carloads of oranges to their school at Midway[ the first KY.3&&rc&M\
were shipped from Montbrook' last of the week after the holidays -
had trouble with spending buuuinduim Fi5>
"t 1 have i I / -yy -rjK'i!
a Mrs.a : week, the first in several years. Mast at their home here. I
an Inactive liver wrote liberal...ortmenlandjY.-; :
farmers are breaking their land, getting Mss: Nelle Roberts was a visitor Full Velue -
3 G2.... St.S. ,Nichols Houston,of Texas 4412 Spencer"When .. / ready for early planting. to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. Raw Furs t & i vb et I I

+1 'g a I would gut constipate, I would M Rosa L. Hannan of Jacksonville -
f ya 't 03 (feel a light, dizzy feeling In my Hamilton-Two carloads of hogs spent Sunday and Monday In -- I!
pia w head. To (getup in the morning .rtr' I wore shipped out of our county this Cast Lnwtcy. A WOJtJAn'S BACK

) -I k C1: with a lightness in the head and l'A week and one utxrlohd of peanut seed There was preaching services at the 11
a trembly feeling!: Is often a sign shipped in, all cooperatively.St. three Lawtey churches Sunday. It -- 11I i I

; QiJ that the stomach is out of order. was a fine day and all were well at The Advice cf: Th s Starke Woman I

Q .For this I took Tltedford's a Luciu-Unusually large numberof tended. )I. of Great Vrlue. 1 This is the lowest
.. Black-Draught and without a .. settles are coming to our county Mr. and! Mrs C. A. Boyd, of Lake price at
__ t doubt can say I have never every day. They naturally call upon Butler, visited relatives here Satur- Many a writ ia ,i puck hall many I which the Ford Touring
a. found its! equal in any liver r the county agent for advice and guidance aches and psins.Ofttlmes I -

I ., medicine. It not only cleans; p) ,_ and many are helped to avoid day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. n. Dye and. son, of 'tin the kidneys' fault.That's Car has ever sold, and with?
; .1. the liver, but leaves you In such 04w mistakes.Polk Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with why Uoau's' Kidney Pills I
44 a good condition. I have used r relatives.Rev Are so effective the many new improve-
sl it a long lime, when food does lit -Progress is being made In E. D. Many Starke women know this.
Boyer, was a visitor to Read what has to about it
a fv, one say
not seem to set well, or the tho arrangements for the fair in Tam Jacksonville Monday.W. ments, including the one t
Mrs. Sl.ua: K.te Cherry St., says
t: stomach is a little sour." pa. About oler( cent of the citrus E. Torode is in Jacksonville on "I was all run down and suffered! man top, it is a bigger value I
4 crop is harvested. the jury in United States court. from kidney dl nrder. t couldn't get
1 !tit isn'tr Dt Mrs. Eli Mott, of Lake Butler, Is up or down without help because: of than even\ before.
t Pasco--Cucumber growers have\ already upending a few days here the guest [the misery through the small of nI)
hLe. coa ti's U' planted their seed and are be- if Mr. and Mrs. Truby Willis. back. certainly was in a bad con- Buy now. Terms if desired
l + JI ginning their spring crops.Fla4lerThe Miss Mabel Edwards returned to dition. My kidneys acted too freely
(g I* and I suffered from terrible pains In
ItIant lit her. studies at Wesleyan college, MaTutt's .
bead. I heard about
local chamber of the back of my
f9I' Dona's Kidney Pills and three boxes, J. W. Andrews, Dealer
been
has
commerce completely reor
Pills which I at Mitchell's Drug
BLACK-DRAUGHT ganised. One of the most bought
; important Store; cave ma wonderful relief." Frdson Trar tors, Ford and
of this chamber will be
departments alive
..I Liver Medicine.w agricultural! committee. Th.fin d.... .oolob.. lh. in.al>J.l Price 60c, at all dea'ers Don't Lincoln Cars
ask tor kidney remedy-get
simply
l ln, Immediate nli.f. .....I.tID.
., ,. bow.b and dlc.Mio ortaiQOOO ..Ind.c tie Doan's Kidney Pilt -the same that
Pilot R.rrra Duval-Am celling many inquiries Mrs. Kite had. Foster Mllburn Co.,
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t our town Saturday. Sunday. i Florid, at (ho ,I""a of biulnM. poermbar.; 1*. '

t ''i, ) ROSEWOOD SCENE OF RACE RIOT Airs. Bessie MuGruder. of Stniko, Mlsne Rosa and Vera Surroncy IUB8. flew,.,,..

was attending to business affairs in passed through our community/ Lona. on foul mint _,-____..-...- Kf.'ltt'' : _
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I town WVdnesday.Mr. urday enroute WorthinKton.. .limn.111. An rcul 0..110.1 entitle __awmritjr_?..?-.othur?_. 6.7IIS.i) : and Mrs. M. P. Malheny spent All othur kmiu nod iluioount d?.? 12.800.M) "I 4
EIGHT DEATHS RESULT OF CLASH Cli %' mlrnfli< ._ ? 15
: ? ?
: i Monday in Gainesville. United Stains, bond ._?___.? _. T.N'IO(>:
K. A. Weeks of Jacksonville i I niinUnv! houa.,. furniture, 0xtun.. .. J.lfl.l.'t
spent
OIlier mill .
Som Thing to Ou Shunned.!. mint .- 44>t
_. . Sunday! here with hill children who Dun from I InnorunraUhl bnnka T.1AS.U
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It Is 'better to ho cold than dcnd c aan on bund. _, _,. 3, : $ HORI'IILBSS NEGRO CAUSE; OF IHT, and 1 Henry Andrews, : :-tuperint lEFENIING:: ) : STILL CU'SEIUKATH > mare sulTeriiiK/ fiom an attack of Inllucnxa. Never rim nn ntitomi I >l>lli I > piiKlnn long ,| ? *

TIUHLE.-FoIMEI: STARKE' dent I of the Cummer" Lumber Company OF LKVY: l'AIWTJllm They wore carried to Gainesville behind < "I'll( iloori. Nrvor uo, .> a gas i .f..... _' .-Mubllitlra..I.? ..?. .... 88oU.S'(

!MAN INSTANTLY KILLED) tli t Otter Crock, were killed when Sunday where they wcrcp laced 1 heater Unit Is not lilted with nti adequate lanital" stork naltl' In -._..-.. 15.00U.' (
lI"r!>h.. futnl __ _. l.ooo.oo I
' i they advanced on a negro house last I'olk County DepulieH Were Fired On in a liovpital. They! were nccompnnicd -|i vont into un import flue. Never I'nrtlvliloU' prujlm (I Inns .xp,,"'a'j .

: to I their Mra. J. E. Wilson 'go to sleep III a room leaving n gnu | I...... pin.II -_-... 4fS.tl'
. The race riot at Rosewood a station night coo Sylvester Carrier nelt'l'n. When Sourrhmif for :MiinerKaitow : ) by aunts ,Indltidufll,! 1 deuniilta mibjupt! tu oh.-clc. eR.llifl.2f. ..
. on this Seaboard railway not far who was believed to know the where-I and Mrs.. C. M. Chnncey both of 'heater hurllln!!. AiuiyH: lt>u\o utln. i''Tlnlo eortinntlM. of lU-iHwIt Its.14fc28 .If1'
ilow (11)1111 e'ry ronui O"CUIII.\. \ Ciuihliv'a rluvkt outatmulintt" IUJ.ilTotal
) -- -
from Cedar Key was the scene, last abouls of Hunter. Their companions Jan. 6.-Levy Curruthers Gainesville.\ el"'lllnlf

c Friday and Saturday, of a sanguinary* then ruined bullets on the house the 40-voa killed and Ilollii Sinimonc, a The many friends of Mrs. R. A. pem-somma. I ITo SluU. .,f Fluilrfn., / -Cnutyef1rsltruh.?_._j "S.01II.M eo. r

I race riot, the worst that has ever taken I! negroes returning their fire. The ;boarder at he Currulhen home was reeks are worry to learn she is suffering Stop A tough Quick i| wl I.Imtik JFlitch., ill* Holpinnly, runhfur aw<*ar of lit thai.. ..I..v.th. .abnvautnU'miMif ".....-

place in Florida. It was. instigated number of negroes in the house was wounded( a fight with Ooputy Sheriffs from an attack of Influenza iik HAYES' hEALING HONEY." l III. trim to tlm lut of my know!
itlue ,
I : a nod lu lief. '
: on account of a criminal! assault estimated at 25. \ Simmons and Hatcher in defenseof and pneumonia.! Mrs. ('ells wan in ,muiugh: miHlirino which stops flue cough by/ A. A. Kirrrw. I

; upon u white woman by Jesse Hun-I I Before dawn the white men's ammunition what is reported to be n moonshine' Jacksom with her husband, II. \. j I 1 1Weeks hculinrf tho inllnmeil and irritated tiasuns. li.invl "html A. A. fll.'t1I'lNA. (.aMI h_

t..r. an escaped negro convict. A negro became exhausted: and the still and n small quantity of liquor\ ( who is suffering from iritis I j A box" of (;ROV1 'S O-1T.N-TRATF: A. MollON I.1) .

who had helpud him in his es- negroes escaped before the supply and l two or threo barrels. of mash, at'' and who was there for treatment and 11 j i ;SALVK.:Is for enclosed Chest ( lIhl"with. Ilend Colds unit\ MILS. ,1'UriIC. MclHlNAt.U.Ulrrabim
Croup bottle ofIIA
ape was the first victim. The negroes could be replenished. A search of the Nichols, about fifteen miles west of during her stay there was taken ill. I ] > HKALI.NG: : HONEY.tvtry Thu s.ilvc. I ilnor Huh cilliiil January.unil 191l.nwiii-n! 'la tit-fur* ma thin HMi .

at Rosewood defied the authorities house revealed that Sylvester Carrier Durtow. I News received, Monday from Jack- ,.hUIII.II.o rubbed 1 on the chest and tlm.'it
? and barricaded themselves, ext and hjs mother Sarah Carrier, had The deputies had warrants authorizing \ ; : BonvillinUited Mrs.Veuks'' condition II i uf children diifTcrinii! from a Cold o Jr' Cruu \ 'I _. ._-_ ---- _Notary'- t'ubluiNllTICK -

t'hangintlhots with the large posse liwn' "shot, to death Lexey Gordon., tho searching of the home of wan Improving and ia thought she | Thiihi-nllnilrlTi--t of Iliivrn' llrnllnil llnnrv III Mf STOChHOl.uFIIS MERTIN
,
i I (Ulp the lliriMit) ,,,mhln..I..h. thu lienlln| flfliH of Nu"... III hen,,, itlvi.n Ihnl llm rririllir
\ of white men who had gathered and negro woman, was shot to death as Carruthers for some clothing said to ; will be able to come home last of this I.",n" t> I'no-1 ram Salve Ilirullllll the pure ul' i nut Unit ..r th,! alucMiiililnra' of tho Ha manual .k
t due nkla w.,n mop a "''''lth. I 1 or Slarliii will (Ion Imlil. In *'
in this melee two white and four black she was leaving her burning dwelling week. lie Lankinir rnoau
have been stolen at Mulberry. The llmh I
; nmfillin art pn kid In on* carton and the I In Ml ii i lii'. riurlilii on Tumla' Jnnunry .
men were killed and many wounded. it was reported. This afternoon the clothing was found and a "search, for Lucian llazcn, who spent the holi- COM or llm ""o'hln.II.'out la "'.... t I I 1(12.1.( : nl 7 :R''.' |'. ",.. u> ol.-ct a board or Ulroolorn II- '

,, Of the latter died body of Mingo Williams was dayn here returned to High Springs \, Just ask your ilruriiiist!! for HAYES fur Hi,, I'nmmm, year nn.l to tranaartm'h
making
one later negro, .
the man via instituted.' Corrulhers UJoAUNO: 110m.. ni,her |,IU.!II..MI u inns non,. hcfiiro the. ..
L' eight victims of the riot. One uf the"\ 'found on a road avout twenty miles and Hollis Simmons wore discovered Monday to resume his: duties ns school I lBatIU I.;HO: C. wmtir .

.l white killed Andrews from Rosewood. He had been shot l teachor. _CaatuW. .
men was Henry handling Some sacks of bottles! in a' SEAItOAIlD TRAIN SCTI3DULHIn ;

it former Starke man, superintendent through the jaw. I nearby swamp and they were orderedto A. II. Shaw, of Gainesville>! In. 1..11..0 NOTICE III brnby OF 1'1\:A I. DIWHAKCK:
Kl\nn In all whom It
for the Cummer Lumbers Co., at Ot- !j The white men wounded were : Cecil consider themselves under arrest. town :Monday. ( lint nil HIP (Mil iliy of '.bnlll'" .maaiilicrrn *

ter Creek. The events as recordedLr : Studstill of Sumner Bryan Kirkland ;> Carruthers replied with n volley of Mrs. Jim. Shrivt-r in upending: thin ( ('IT....1. Jan I I'! >.>\ (I mru.'n.'. I iusI:I ludiro, I 1 ahull of nald"".,.1.'.1I1I.t I.. ,Ihr an Itonornhla jinltfa of prnhna K. A.*:

:' dispatches are chronicled below: |i of Sumner Mannie Hudson of rifle and revolver shots which missed week in Jacksonville at t the beiNido. of Southbound fnr. my Him. I illnrmnip. n. Hiln.lnmtrntor of twiilnlo

Sumner and Henry Odom of Otter their mark and then the battle was her daughter, MargucriU1, who i is suffering No. 1 reaches Starke nl 12:10: a. in. (h.. piiniit nf S limn. II 1I111..t "JIIVIM craurd.nl .my and final that_a*

Gainesville Jan. 4.Three white 1 Creek. Several negroes also are believed on. Tho deputies took cover and l>ccan from an attack of influenza No.3. 10:59: a. m. pnuniH fur HI tlmlr" nilinlniHlrnliir, am.rnvnl uf Hiilil ..."tala i wlttHk

men and three negroes are dead and to have been shot. j emptying their shotguns at the ami pneumonia.! Her condition In No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:59: p. in JONA''II! \N M. nilKKfl.
12-H.lt.l.1iil| !
a number of whit and blacks are in- I| 'rhe community has been aroused clump of palmetto from which the said to be somewhat improved and No. 15, Limited!, 1:18: )p. m. llnti"! Tl.'nrntharfltlu.Ap.| IOUB.A.lmlnl.tr.Wr! ..

jured as u result of an outbreak at since the attack on the young white shots were fired, at them seemed to !she: will 1)0 able to come homo KOOII. NorthboundNo. NOTiCE Tn C'DNTIIArTOMH-'- -

HOI come. a '
.. .. .
llmiil 1' .-.. tif .
Hrnilforil : .
'I 4 Levy late and tonight | who escaped from a road gang in this Sunday afternoon.J. No. 4 at 4:0(5: ( p. m. C'ilinty HopMil.
count today early and the deputies cautioiwly advanced nl the. iilDcp .t ti,. Hporitdry of the lioaHAt
,k according to reports received county, was accused in connectionwith the position/ which their V. Ruse! made a business trip to No. 20. Cedar Key Train 8:47 a. m Rlo.,.. rlnHilit.. until 2 anionIc |>. m.. raInnunry /
upon :
III. .
IDJi.: anti I nt lint tlnm puhllcl
here late! tonight by telephone from this (crime which was said 1 to assailants! had occupied. Statkc Frid.iy. No. 1C, Limited!, 5:55: p. m.Wannro "ixmil.. for uiiiiHtructlnic or Imiimvlnif tu**

Cedar Key. i,. have resulted in Carrier saying his ,fact Cnrruthers was found dead and It'' .K. JII1'o'n and. daitjihtcr, Iris and Hrnnrh I folliiwlntf. aoiinly.,nmilii: IIr m-ctlonii of mmU lu IlrtMlfonl -

First word of the trouble came from was an example of what the negroes was seen Simmons was. seriously II. K.: Thomas were visitors to the No. 101 leaves Stark 7:4: a. m. Komi Nn n,. T.nwlcy ,I., llm Cnwa IV>al.

Cedar about 10 miles from Rosewood could do without interference.' Beat Monday afternoon. No. 104 arrives Stacks 3:15: p. m. Apprfixlnmlp li nulh 4 H mutt
Key wounded. Aid was telephoned fur to cuuiity Itanil N... I 0, ""w'." 'to llm Cloy county lln...
shortly after midnight. Reports The white men went to Carrier's tho sheriff's office at Barlow and other Little Iris Itrown U suffering from I Limited train No. !9 duo at Starko Apnpoxliiullv, "'''..t Ih, I I.B nill.>l..
Komi' No. H, Clank ho .
tn Cross: Kiiailn. A.
of the clash received there it house last night to see if Hunter was deputies and a doctor were hurriedto an itltnck of uppcndicllis.V'aHcoe \ 11:22: p. m., .Jacksonville to St. PC- pniMlnmti. i..n.rth 70 ...11....

was stated had resulted in arousin-r''I there, and to warn Carrier against the scene. The wounded man was Har.en wan tt visitor to the termburg.LIrnted( .It"",,lohiilh Nil. I. 1 n.4 Hlurlio nnli, >to.. Now ttlvpr. Apprat.linnitf .

t that city and it was declared that'further talk of that kind.! Hunter' given attention and a coroner's Jury county scat Wednesday train No. 10 ma' it Starke 1 Knnil, N... :3. SliirNa Itt N<
many armed. citizens were preparing I was Hervtilg a prison term for carrying empanelled. The verdict of the latter ,i S. V. Andreu spent the latter part 5:15: a. m., St. PeternburK to Jackson Ilrn Itnuil,,,,,"'No.. U>la ilRth Klnrko. inn 'In mIl thii.. CI.., county lln..

to go to Rosewood. The GainesvilleSun concealed weapons. It was believed that Carruthers had been of last week at Sumner Levy 'county. ville. Anpif" ,,,,,(" lunitOi, III milpH.Hun. .

i was requested to ask Sheriff he was in the house at the time killed was by the deputies while in tha There will bo a special I H. Y. P. U. (These two trains do, not stop at oniinlv" .I 11 No.,,". ID.AiipniffininNt: lloil.l' Nn.Ipnirlh IS to 8 itt,,*t.,nut( i.I.<.,. ---% ....


I Ramsey to start for Rosewood immediately ''of the clash. .' discharge of their duties and they program next' :Sunday'; evening car- Starke. Ocala and Pl.itit City are tho Tlm lolnl. niinnl Itlm of the lt.mn nn whtohliropnunlH

I ; : with as many men as he i' wore exonerated. Tho wounded nan lied out. by (group\ two and everybody only stops they make belween Jacksonville I trlmlnir are ilralroil are amtproxiiately, MIfollows
_
; possibly could get to ether.Alachu'i .1 Six persons two of whom were was brought to Bartow and placed in la cordially invitid to attend., 7 ::30 and( Tampa., anti. UIBIA HniliMnir ou,. 2H1 yil: :...II acrva.KvrnuulliMl. .

prominent citizens of Levy county jail where he is being treated for his p. Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated front I .tOted muphtno vrnilinir. U,0lft BlMlUmil.

: Sheriff Ready | were dead last night an entire negro wounds. m.Mrs.. W. L. Wall of Slnrke, spent Hampton to St. IV'terHburfj. No. 7 :lit tllr".I"nah..,nlpo... 100. HUD).not) lln.ft tnmnl ft., mpiwura.

Gainesville Jun. C.-Sheriff Ramsey settlement was smouldering in ashes i several days of last week here at the leaving Hampton 11:50: ( p. m. and No. (Iny nurfiKilnw mnti-rlnl. 4 .iI"a( cu. yilHMixlnr .

'\ of this county. Chief Deputy and racial feeling was still running I, imOOKKK home of her brother, K. A. Weeks. 8 arriving I Hampton /5:10: I a. m. These \ 27).''IOW mi.and..1". .,tni'lng, minil-olny, .....r......

p Dunning and several automobile loads I strong as the result of a clash late \V. Crews win trammeling business are t through trains, St. Petersburj" to ".;",'h "'0,1 nr motion nf mint, will lie coa-
lili'riMl. a unit and tho lvrininnllon nf the
of citizens and deputies were prepare Thursday night between whites and Urookcr, Jan. 12.-P. J. Boyd, of in Gainesville Monday.J. Cincinnati Ohio. low lilililt will I ho maile. nn ILls liaHla.
blacks at Rosewood small mill- '1' J. } I All work Ui Im dune In iiPcunlnnQO' with the
ing at 1 o'clock this morning to leave I a Graham visitor to our town H. Kddins of Gainesville, win nltendinK GUIKKIN
was a lilanM atl l lnnlrtiotloin irmipral provlHlomi
immediately for Rosewood forty town 48 miles southwest of Gaines; one last week. to business here one day of Kent. HP:>plul I provlHliiriM; I mipoljiputlonit.: ;:: : and vronowajanil

miles southwest of here in Levy : ville. last week. . contract. nf llrnilfnnl, I'nnnly.
Miss Daisy Moore of Graham, was ----------- -- pitch hfil numt I Im, ,inipiinptl| by a errO.fltI .
county where a clash between the races Sylvester Carrier negro, who was a visitor here last Friday afternoon. I Iva Colson, of Pine Hill was a visitor elttck on a Imnk In llrndfuril county.ininlit \,.
killed Thursday is brother of tin paynlilp to 1':. H. Mnttlmwn. phitirmna.
early last night: is report to n C. F.. Crosby who spent the holidays here Thursday afternoon. ",,".,1 of llnnil Trunli'ni. for It,. pi-r Bent of
: have resulted in the deaths of three man now being held in jail for complicity -- 666 (It.. iimiiiiiil lilil. an pvlili-neo. .. of annil butt anilan
here returned to
with .
relatives n icimranl that If AW..... .. the contraillh
t white men, three negroes and the injury in the assault upon a young,: Kenansville Saturday where he is em- lilCADFOUII .. lilililrr. will pitiiciite, the contract anti civ' *
of whites and blacks. white woman at Sumner several days Is a 1'rrnrription fur Colds l'Y\rr antI honil ail rmiulreil.I .
numerous ployed. He was accompanied by hili' Lafirlppc. II'H the immt i I night ,In rp....v... U> rrjiirt any or aM
\, The trouble is behaved to have resulted ago. Six men made up the posse brother A. D. Crosby. Bradford Jan 12.-Mr. and Mrs. speedy remI' l.lll-'
which I rely we know preventing l'nt umonia. I .1'liinn. anti. ani'rlnrHllnnii. Im at tlmI
attempted to place him under of Jacksonville | may snout
from the criminal issault of a C. H. Ncwsome spent II
,
I'rof. E.V.. Carter of .
It'ddil'k'i -I I nirtpe I of the county rnitinper, anti' eoplna 14tlm
young white woman at Sumner early arrest at'the negro home. When Wil- spent the week-end here with frl<'nd" n few days with tho hitter's parents NOTUK!: Of 41'.14'fIU'II KU TAX Dt.KIIUNDKIi : Hpiwtncnlliinn may .Im ntitalnpil from Lb..oerohary .

.. Monday night when ho'admitte-I to n ., kison and Andrews stepped upon the Lucile Harrell of Bradford spent I Mr. un4 !Mrs. C. M. Andreu. They !: : HK: TION IV71 OK TIlE!: .('....h.* of of the the plnnM tmari tony! at b*IJ.5II olitalniHl PIT copy.from
.tNUIAI. HTAIIITKHllitroliy :
mob that he had transported in a wagon Icri mail ".fin fur the eomplpt' .,'.t.St .
suspect-1 I shot and killed by negroes who had litirchniii'r' or ta* sal,. evrtlllviitea$ niimhrriMl nr
for several miles a Mrs. NeWHome's .sister !Mrs. O. C. .
negro .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col.son. 8. MATTHKW8.C
I ISIt, nn. 111'$. 110. 17, Slut
i barricaded themselves in an attempt antI IHt..I.I..I,: :;. : ...: A. KlITCII. ChalrmaaSpcrnlary. .
cd of the crime. Two negro suspects i Reddish Scarborough.Mrs. thr I usa unlli lup fur Ilrail- ..
to Carrier. Studstill! )Mrs. G. W. Androu and son, trI ."....... l>'l"rnln.. milil ci'rtlllrnls Ni. I UllbMlnir l2-Z -RtltMAHTFK'B ....
are in jail at Branson the count/ seat protect Hudson of New River were visitors to N. G. Hayes was the guest of tlntMl Auir. 4. IIH'I.: anti still' eirllflcau -- -. ---

\: of Levy county while posses are still and Odom were wounded the same Mrs. C. M. Andreu Wednesday after No. lift tonne' ilut4Ml :.i.tIn.j lull uai. and ei I ttth'tmnunb.'r..i l IIH Ullll" anillint
time. She hid beneath of the houses > In hemliv ,vlvi-n that ..n..... and 1eirta ..
continuing their search for two others one Iwlnir ilnloil AUK ii. 111211. anti haa ffl,4Stahl .
...... nf thnt eerlnln final itperee nf fnrerlianre -
noon.Mr. DiTtlfloiitua III
t\1\ one of whom an" escaped convict | Scores of heavily armed citizens and when the flames were applied ran and Mrs. B. Surrency were in >i>llcallrin fur ,tat my iliil olTlcv 141 Imiiiff anti In atiiiri ma'lflai ..1.| m...'" liv thi Juiliin' of the Rlvhlh JiiilleMrireult "

h is believed by Sheriff Walker to have poured into Suinner\ a larger mill-! to a thicket in the rear. She was our community Friday. MIICII with 'law i'h. .. ...1.. r.rtillnal....i rvaiiMtlvi nf Pliirlilii.. In chnneery' alttlnir, In tae
t( >ly Miihrai. thi* fnllowtnir mantis In llrailfitnl '- circuit. iinrt. for llrn'lf"r I been.the actual assailant. town, three miles away with the com shot down and killed. Mr. and Mrs. Brinkley Hayes of """nlv. Klorlilii. mwrKHwl at thi dll''. nftbu thi. 81.1 ilnv of IVrimihcr. A, I). 1113! In ta
ing of dawn. When the wentto tHaiianeo of aurh errtlllfatmi( In the immt1. vnr of Kraiplr l.uinlipr Company. a 0onM>......
posse Mingo Williams aged I turpentine Macon, wero visiting the formers parents ".."i..tlvvly hir..lnaruir particularly set forth .'fun an eomnlnlnnnl. nnd ""111 not R. 3. HOT
Rosewood Jan. 5.-Armed posses the scene of the shooting four worker was found shot through the Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hayes. ln-wlt : 1 lit..,. J,.,, ...,1 III...... H J. Ilittlitter. Jr. nwlfp .>
'DrliflViito' Ni. 1211 rmliracaa "..... t 8 4 .., ( an flffentlHittaTh / .
of white men numbering between 200 gruesome corpses bore silent witnessto bead I shortly after noon on the main Mrs. Ruby Gaines iirnl Miss Geneva Illk C In .Jonas Aililllloil. I... A.k. Hi.... ?". ,. noI..I..n."I.. M .......r,1 m.......'. wlHolTor

and 300 tonight were scouring,: the the encounter. Ather negroes believed highway about one milo front IIron- Harrell were in Brooker Friday af .1......-. .8.$ M.: U. lit K.: aiwmiii.il III", Mary K.: Al- for milt, In front of III. einirthoniM, aRtarlte. <
iliirlnir tlm .Iniral hori nf aaln tm
countryside for Jesse Hunter escaped to have been in the house at son. ternoon.A C4'rtlfleat No. illS aniliracna nlioiit 4 1 .AIn Mi.n.lnr thi< nth ilnv, nf I'YI.rniiry, A. t>. lIPS
the time had flcd during the early HW IVir nf NW OunrliT of HW ,."..rI. r t" .Iho lilirhput and. I...., hliMer nr renh, thffolli
negro convict, search for whom lastnight Approximately 800 negroes employed social was given at the home of i K of Pl.llv> n. A W U A of N llnlf rt 14WOuarliT Aituittwl, .
hours of the morning. Several of ..r HW q"..... .*. I A'... rhurchM wimr drillrtlif'l ri Hl pntntA' nn4liiliiir ..
the Cummer Company .
in connection with an attack on by Cypress Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu Wednesday ,... a I In llrMclforil eoiinlv. Klnrlila. towltlNorlhenMt
I ;ll. Tp S.It. VI K to '''''''''. aiucmwl
them are thought to have been their work usual Thurs, Unknown. ()hnrtnr of Rnitthrniit' QuarW.of .
went to
as IIttend-
number
white resulted in the killing night and large
I "
a woman : )( a R III Tp il Hnulh( lUnux 21 1':. contala-' '
wounded. 'I ( ,.e uupcia No :IS i>ml>.... ... HP: (1""" ,,, .., of two white men and four negroes day. Several who attempted flight, NW (jIlA. r, Kin 13 Tp 7. H. II. III 10. 40 lOt to nirm., mnfe or I......
ed.N. ..... .,....... A. / ADKtNS.R .
The bodies of the two white / n ) Unknown.rcrtlllrnlw I
four menwere turned back Sheriff Walker.
and the wounding of other white were by G. Hayes Sr., has returned from No. 101" i-mliraoni' NK (|unrl"H : M .irillMR) Sperlal M/ui.....
men. removed to their homes. Infuriated Guards were stationed about the townto a visit.. with relatives in South Carolina ..f HW .
citizens' then ....*... .............1 l Hnmili'l' W. Itrown
Additional ammunition has been tore down pictures keep "wopdu" negroes from arid Marco. ,
/ ordered Cort HrnUi N. I III fnilirapna S Half of HW M5TrtN SAlE

L from Gainesville and Sheriff smashed furniture and completely Iny. entl"r'l lira. K.: 1C.: Baxter left Saturday fora Qu.Hii.,...'l.. A.flue II I II AlvarffK.. ,Tn. S. H. K XI N.. HII unrni.anNf .. virtue Not Inn nf III that hentiv certain given final that ilerro nnnVr* of anil fore.>.

Walker tyld the Associated Press tonight ransacked the negro dwelling. Flames Sheriff Kainsey and Deputy visit with her granddaughter at ('...*...".8t. No Ift7 nmhraara NR Qimrtfi HF' ,.urp watt' } antI entered on Ih'tfpmhpr RtI0i
a, UK: '1Ullrf.... Sr 17. 1 7. M K. 'UK. .. ,
were applied and in a short while li. > h KiiniiraMv A. V t.rtt .. Jmlw of the
of who ''
further trouble immi ning AIBchucounty., were' Gainesville.J. .
.
appeared 40 arm anawiw! trrtknnwn.tSiRu.mtt '"',..,,1' rout In ami. for ''t"Y., ,-
nent. Relatives of the slain negroes nothing but ashes were left to tell summoned to Sumner early Thursday} I I Harrcll was in the Uaiford nee- ("'.- ,, No. 9no qmbrwn n\v Uunricr. Floi. ..Idn, ,In that certain ..,...* wherein loSe
of NR (manner A Ala I I 2 :.1 1 4 lIra if. TlH. .
are believed to be armed and are ex-: the tale of the deadly fight. morning returned to Gainesville! late 1( tion last week. ft.. 'R '.'2 1i1.. J'lH ..d''-.-.. iu. .i>aii...1 l M.lmtMtMfir. r Oar and, ,, In H"N cnmiilMlnnnt wife. N,
pecti'd to cause trouble if overtakenby Members! of the mob then turnedto in the afternoon when it was thought:: I Harley Andreu nay Andreu and I I C'rtirtratH ro. No. -2"2 ..nI......... NW QiMrlor'nf lhi unilffFilvnp'l willl olfvr" fur nalunit ..
the negro settlement in the mill that local authorities had the situa-' 8K Qtuuarnr. ....... 2$. Tn H. H. R. 22 F... will Hell for rwth I., the hl..h..t and mat
the whites. Roswell Ward were in Worlhlngtou"ASPIRIN i 4ft n"nm w>n. ....1 ITnhniiwn.ITnlMii ItMilor' In front nf the .poirtiiiinn| door ta
following the clash, between the village. A church lodge building and tion under fairly good control. | .. ---" I inirl rtll1fat0a.. halt h.. .....1..11..| ".ni'Vi. Rrad'oril .".,nl". F'lorl'li on Monday
.... Ih.. 'lh rf hnmry, A. n. IT1" durlnn the
eeorOlfiir to law. tax oWd will Iminif i ian
six residences fire. Ilutone
races, the negro section was fired and were set on I th.i;; 18th day of brimry, : A. D ( 2tf..ro. | 'IIHTII) lirxini' of vale' fit* tho iMirpo of .at'.
six houses and I resident of the section Lazy CSor Sumner, Jan. 0.-- Handed over to it'' Wiinfim my i (Tlc'nl' Hlirnalurn anil Muni 'title fvln'r iinld final il..e-r.... the. fnlluwlnir r.>al eeInl" ..
virtually destroyed, a the uth iljiy of January. A. P. lltltft. In 7i.'tulfur.l l county, flor'ila. towlt i
negru i hurch being burned. All negroes I don, a npfcrpss, was found by the mob mob when it appeared a fresh racial (I. W. AI.DBBMAN. !IulnnSu.! | nt the Roiltncaat rorner of N..rtti,
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1/tr..I. Cli-rk 'Irault Ciiiirt, 0...1 ')......... nt Replloit, 14 and ....II W...,
have fled Rosewood and are believed clash was imminent an unidentifiednegro \ Rrndfrir! O'ltinty Kin. I Itly IKf.rt.. I ihrnnn North I HUH fuel thi/nco eUI
to be hiding in the woods for I 0.*"..- I iteW4a clllU Ta.IMrestoreS apparently GO years of age( Say "Baycr"and Insist! ('. A. KNUUir, I IlU.8t2.fl lini fent 11v.".. louih 18111 feat 1ft. mint
Deputy (; .,k.
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of Itetrfftnlnir alt In ffeetlnn ((14. Townahlp' ,
protection vitality Soc JeerS by irtirUytn and *' was shot to death at Hosuwood this! --- Month -nanvo 21 Rmt, oonlnlnlnir I 40 ser.:, I
rlrbloil the blood. You fn.....2cnogti .
-an noon .
made' RANK HTATEMBVT more nr IM.The .
C, T. Wilkison a merchant of Sum. i' ......1&. avlooraiion Kff-cl-: Price Ma morning, over three newly R<.port ot the nanillHnn uf the Hank of ahove .li-".rlhwl ,lea."* t>> .... M>ld, .ul>.
,.. ,' \ 1 I graves containing the bodies of three mark, at tsrk.. In abs: Hlata of Florida at. f Is-nI to a certain mortiraira irl"' ,'n to */lt<* "PWI.oral .
killed in battle at Rosewood th. alow of "buatnr DMrmlwr II'). 1022. .l.atvf. ""..k." nf Columbia, R ('.. fur the
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negroes
a ltMfiurr.. mm of fnOOOft. and dnloil Tune 1>. I OIK)
Thursday night. All 'loan and dliMuranta. ------.llft.$5N I III to.1l1.!. KNIOIir:
I, 0...-....,.,.. .. _____ ._ '_. .. 14tJnli as Rnwlal )ftwt 'n tThnneryvPt. _
Tho negro was taken to the /scene ,
of the first outbreak: Thursday night Rank'nv,*.. county hi.,mufilalpal furnltiira Iwn.lit flutuna_ .,. t4.miO.no 8,117.89a '' : lolMlor. for I'omplalnant! I ..11.9(42pj .

awl there, over the graves of three .... from liMorfioraWil banka' 251,771107rialm -o ;:;i:,i"ji >"I- piTBi.irTION -
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soul other raHinnM VM.K4Cm :
MOTHER!, MOVE negroes who were killed when n moS I >h items __ _. -. -_ ..__ 110.01 An ClKlilt Court. H'.te ,,t' M.inln. FlohoaTuriV'al
Cain on h"nd. ._._- _. .___. ._ t.lfH.lH Clra..". Dradfiifl< ( ..tnt'iv ,"i ('has'cry. c
attacked a house in which a score or .
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I ScCHILD'S more of blacks had barricaded them- Total .. .- ___. ___ .__.__. 4D .a'lll.8U: '1'. 1 rtny.Complainant.. I
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sclves, th" negro was questi'ined by 9r zT./ (" "nit.' stork p.l.l In _u_-___. .__ IK.flnO.nn a. '
Burnlua' funil 8.0"".Oil J. >l. I.... (IsV.flefontiant. '
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BOWELS c- his cup torn. lIe admitted it wart Undivided, profiia tree a.np;';;"a anti I
j that he had been In the barricaded Taos iiaidl _-------- -. I.IMIII 1Individual It nrmmrlnr fiv aTlilavW. apl, ,.,"',.4. to tl>.
I I : ilrpoalla j aubjrct to hi-ck.821.79n hill Sled. In the nH.v-) .'lat.dnun... that .f.....-
1 .9 house and had taken refuge in a nearby SilvfnKN ditnnfttta 67,125.20 nanwd.. la
----- r..m flay. .5. diif. ndant Ihrfln a
( I i. 'B inu .we the nam "nay..r" ('1'1 'l'l,,,.. : of <.;'i'i;;; lt .: itICS 5' .h..nt. lh. :Stubf' Florida' '' anti eonrral .
I swamp when the negroes escaped. p... l ,:... if. on tablet you arc; not K1tmu '! I Ortlflnl. ch"";ka ____._ n_ .. ____ 154 "0 "i h..r..of..lf. "o thai l.mr... "..I ,.uhinone ,"n.n',1 -
The negro/ refused to divulge the 'I I j" gcnium' I 1'ayi'r proluct pir-j j I Caxhlur'a ehMha ouUlandliitf .. I. .I' 17 not b. ... unon "h r anti t I" nvor the are
II in the ....11..1 l.v phyitlrlii.ii over I I Ifau.it __ -- of twpflty.4tfla v..ar. It la It,...for. onlimdI
"California Fig Syrup" isChild's names of other negro/ party. tw..nty-tw"1| Total .-----_ -- -_404.1113.80 I that cold nn.rcu' d,,nt ..r'n.lnnt. ba an.l tar
I > mud r>rov"' l iitfn' by I Stata nf fli.r'fla.' County of Hra.Uord as.I. t .
Hill captors riddled the negro with h ,hy ....n..1 l rul. to upfx-ar It, tha bill of ""-
.1. (;.... C. Whltfi CiMhUr. of the ... ....m.m. >- < .
bullets leaving the body stretched: ( ''o.l) H'IIIIS1ehe *d, bank ila Milt'mnly swear that the anova plaint flbd. In ,aU.. ,ann.. on or .. (0. Mnnibir -
I I. Best LaxativeHurry I utatimicnt .I.. trim tft tlm Inat of my knowl- the nth tIny.. uf fVLmary. 1D.. Ml.!
i S across the "ravel.Habltua' Toot" liiu lin l.uRlball" dtta and !>ell.'. ".h......... lh. .ll....atlon. of onhl hill will boo
if I' ur.i lie I'lii'iiinutmm, (al). C. WHITB.Cormii alirn'an cnn'nwd b, ald oVfanilant, ,
f 'i-iiaVin: !I'aln Pain; I --AtUal Cuablap.K. It i. fiirtht-r nrdorwl. 1 that thin .....1.! bpuhll .
constipation Curea:: H. M \TTHEW8.A. .biil. .._!Ie for four oonwoullr.wr (!
"iiw C
I ) mother! Even a crona, tick bitil, rfiniTntK'r a good. cleansing! ( of the ln14tu31tay4LAX.FCS Accept: "llL., ...' Tah''..... of "'. M. ARHY. .U In the Oradford ('mint, TcUwraph' a
ehilit. love. the fruity" tat of little bowvU I II often all that I it n............,. 1 I ) WITH PEPS!. Is a swpceparedSyruplonioLazatlve any only. F:*i'i initirokcn. jiorkaiin .Plrln"// J. W. ANDKKWH.: tllr""AU>... wnnuiMT pobllnhud 'Callforni Fig Syrup" and it never Auk your ilruugrUt: for ji'ntiine( "Cali for Item hue direction! : llftmly ". Hu..d. an.l sworn to .before mn this. 3rddiiy .'talq. '
I ) fail to the b wpl.. A of January I0U3.Sml 'rhla Dvcvmbur ?8. ItfJJ.:
fornia which
open teaspoonful Fig Synip" hall direction tHlJf.r .
cost 'few Lrn.. Dm-
Constipation. It relieves :-'Jrnlofly IM.- Ubli-la$ ( ) D. E. KNIOIIT. (1. W. ALI11r.aN.
t. today may prevent a sick child. to for lniMn and children of all afro"* should be taken regularly/ for h 11 to 21 uthys giHU also ...11 Uittb'* of 24 and 1 Kill.( t Notary Public.. <8'." neal! 1':1."lt: ('0..'".
morrow. If eonatipatej, biliotu, f< veri printed on bottlfl. ltotb.r You must (O Induce regular action. It SU/ni.lnit' .- .n'iFKulate Aspirin I. the trail murk of ItujrerMjinufiicturit ? | | I II fly C. 1K NI i llh fretful. has cold colic, or if ay "('.lIlorni..." or you may get an *. Very Fleiuanl. to Taj mama ul MuiicaxeticauidMtf-r of I ISoWe BANK VTATKMP.NT 'IRoo Deputy Ciesh.h
atomlch U our, tongue coated,. braath imitation fig lyrup. b ttUe. lioaold. -rt of tn*. aomlltlon., of the HumpUm 1. APKINS.iMoliCitor t2.294t.t44e.
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w ,. ) BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKER FLORIDA .. FRIDAY JANUARY 12, 1923. ,
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ii Mrs Enrnie: Campbell of Colum- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I:. B.Bielliiiff. 'I''1..1'". I To Cure a Cold in One Day

: \\l bus, Ohio was visiting! relatives here I I The school has accomplished: a !good I Coke LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet') .

_ last week.. Mrs. N. II. Stokes was a visitor. to work during the past year and a good ,imp' the 1;' W Cough(;ROVE nnd:"Hi-adm luature|| 'be and OU each work.box.off MeWe <>lvnld
A. I). Andrews was a business visitor Dukes Saturday. work is now under headway for 1923.
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to Jacksonville last Wednesday. Otto Wettstcin of the Florida Telephone
Items* Misses I'earlu and Carrie Hello I" -'
County News Jack Nauright: WitS visiting rela- Drown motored to Lake Butler Thurs- Corporation, has. bought the

; ties in' Jacksonville several gays, last day, Lnk< Butler Telephone system. This I @

-w: week Blanche Hobel.t01 Lako Butler makes the twenty-second system that II I n
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I Ilnter..t1nl Pasta C-t DtirIutI'a : bjOur] Mrs. Dorothy Schelly, of Jacksonville spent Friday with Carrie Hello Brown Mr. Wettwtein owns and operates.CHRISTIAN If

F R, Regular .Correapon w.rvaw... It. Nauiight one day last week a visitor here Saturday : CHURCH OPENS: I

1 .. -._ -_.- .......- Mrs. Drown left last Friday for ,
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Virginia Miller had misfortune
-. statey New York whore she will be gone for The Christian church
rye which
has
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H situated on the crossing of !
NKW: RIVEIt i 1M getting/ part of one of her fingers
,t of the Georgia Southern and S. A. L. 8i'\ernl week. crushed off in losing a door at the been closed for several months was '

)1 railroads, which' give wonderful advantages Mini Ioca "Anderson returned to sc'hoi house one day last week. She opened last Su&lay for worship. i I.
New Rive', .fan. 12.-Ruaselt Reddish I fur hotiU1)ortM) and ex- Lllke' Butler Sunday afternoon, afterupending was carried to Lake Butler for treat Rev. Daufxhu/ty, upon the expressed f I.f :

w' of Hcilhronn Springs, was here '|Iports. We have! 08 good soil as there the holidays here with herpnrI'JltI ment. .. desire of several of the members ,
Sunday. < Mr. and Mrs. (L ,V. Anderson. agreed to the house and .
i IH in the stale, and, a variety to which ,. open conductthe
l Rimes of Starke, was vis- i| Carl Drown was a visitor to LakeButler
George many kinds of vegetables are adapted worship. More than a score of i grind Our Own Lenses ,
Saturday
k i King here last Thursday I|1'Hampton has a fine location for an Miss Ruth Roberts of Worthington, persons greeted the minister at the ,,
Johnnie Ward, of Providence, was NODELAYQainesdille
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s P: V 4. Crews win a visitor. td. Lake ice plant canning factory and oil' distributing Springs wa visiting relatives here in this. community one day recently. morning worship, and nearly half a |
Butler' Sunday. -" station during Christmas hundred at the evening worship. G. < ; Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews, Mr. and It has many pretty shade trees n Dr. and Mrs. Brown and W. II. Andrews A. Gardiner will conduct the communion !
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)Mrs. R. J. Turner motored to Sturke !rood school three Lurches, union depot were visitors to the nurseries LAKE ItUTLER service next Sunday at 10 11.I' -

I Tuesday night : good hotel accommodations and at Glen St. Marys Thursday.. IlL, and Rev. Daugherty will preach ;, I 1mlID1. IIJQIJ I

\ 'a.. ITr. and Mrs Lent Thomas and a booster cluli. I For a hustling! wide- Sidney Futch, of Lnwtey, was a Luke Butler, Jan. 12.Thursday1II111'ning' the third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30: .. e r
i .. children visited Mr. and Mrs. II. B. ';' awake town Hampton! is second to visitor here recently. Mr. J. A. Ostecn of Jacksonville ) p. in. All members ore urged to at : 0 1.,,1
+ \ Kerce of Luke butler, Saturday and I and Miss Fannie Shaw, of tend. '
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l'' Sunday j' none.D. \V. Moore, one of Theressa's. HIGHLAND) Clio! Ala, were married at the residence 9

I Mra Mary Thomas' and son. lloward successful farmers, was transacting: -- ... of the bride's. parents, Mr. and Season for Rejoiclna.RlgliteoiisucsM 'Ji)
4_ 'f- E moved, to Luke Butler last week. business here Monday. Highland, -.7an. 12.-Miss Beth Mrs 1'. B. Shaw, in Clio, Rev R. M. tried! ,by adversity" has :

a t o J. ,1. Thomeof',. Tampa, was looking L. J. Wynn, M.\ L. Wntteruon and Wnnberly and Miss Ethel Hicks were !Mann, pastor of (be Fir.st Presbyterian good ground' for glorying/ In Its. sorrow

141 ,' after buninesK here last Xveek. .''J. F. Johnson. have returned from a shopping( in Jacksonville Thursday., ,I church of that city, oiliciatinff. OvM.. i 25 cent

a ,ry''' ,. Mr. and Mrs Smith Johns and baby business trip in South Georgia. Miss. Gladys George, of Starhe visited Mr. Ostoeifis principal of the Lake -- -(-LANK i

a t visited i the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Seally is the guest of l her aunt, Mrs. J. A. Starling, Ifutler High School, and Miss Shaw n -port of the comlittnn STATEMENT..f: tho Rrmlfrm! I
Hrs Brannpn, .at Guilford Saturday" her father, W. E. Ilutchenson this several days this week. is teacher of English in the same County (hulk jit feturke, in thu htulo of ;,1
,. Florida ut lira slow! of bunincM Ducvmlivr :0.
an I Sunda! I II IMM week. Mrs J. A. Starling and son, C. IJ. school. They are highly esteemed! 11122.( t .
I Thornui, ;;:; ; i i- ill ut thin writing;. Bennett:., were business_ visitors to here, and, their many friends wish I Kvftoure* vent Ad
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/ ------ 411 Innnii and illscuuntji ___________ .46OvfrillHfta
4 k Maud'. CrIWHVII" here Sunday af- Starke Monday. them much happiness and! prosperity | ..__________ __ SB7.73
1 riVEJMILKj Unit cd Still., wndu ._ ._ ___ _____ 59,400,00
P2: 1I'rnooll.IJr. Mrs D. L. Rigby and children of I I through lift1. I State, county iiiitl municipal bond}*. 81.726.70 ht
i : King) of Ljikw Bullur, was a Titusville arrived Monday for a visit Last Monday there was quite a Vvar HSvlniiH utiwniw, ._._________.__ Ititl.UO
kt professional caller 'hero) last week. j Five Mile, Jan. 12.-Mrs. LinnieFarrish with her father J. T. Marr.H. I happy) gathering at he home of Rev. liiilbronn."" "rill....Mtmrul. ':eta __Water__nn Co. stuck____ 600.011 :3 i will sell a

Mrs. W. M. IfotljruH/ returned home unit Mrs. N. II. Stokes were C. Wimberly, Jr., of Inland j I and Mrs. S. S. Proctor on Dekle street Other!Ranking rent house rotate furniture. ______,.._fixturelO.ltotl________ 8.70U.SII,uo
after spending' several visitors hero Saturday. I' 'Hue from JncorporHloil. Imiiki ______l4tl.tM.KO
last Thursday ( here with the occasion the of
Grove the week-end being anniversary
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I spent ('nub lame _____._ ___ _______.. S110J
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,''vll Y'r' days In SUirkc.Mallory I Mrs. S. S. Proctor and, Misses Ruby relatives. the birthday of our highly respected Clmh on hued ____n. ___ _______ 11.711'1.60') t

+ ,: Thomrm/ of Stnrke, was Proctor and Norma Dekle, of Lake Friends of Mrs. Raymond l Loll will.j' citizen, Rev. doctor, he having I j Total _.----_________________005,42*.18 $$200 Horse
4 here lust week Cutler, motored to Five Mile Saturday I LiabilitiesCnpitiil .
I regret to learn that she continues ill reached the 7ith( mile post. A great I tuck |paid! 'in _____ __ 40,090.00Surplus
Y 's V Olnn llazcn, of Atlanta, Gil., was to visit Mrs. Lillian Dekle. at her home here. many of these years have been spentin funil n.oo_-.__ _on_ _?____ 13.500.tlu ,. i
visiting here last week. I j Mr. and Mfi.: Jesse Dowling spent Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson moved f Lake Butler, as pastor of the Baptist Untltvltlvd taro. .I'1'rollui. (losit expenses anil 1.U81.8J \

r II. O. Uivors, of Stnrke, was here Sunday here with his sister Mrs. R.I here from Moninc Gn., Friday and church. A large number of relatives Dividends Individual unpaid depnslte l -_sul'Jiet_to___chcck-4JJ.UiJ.U4 4,01)11.110 or a

on business Monday. I I.. Puke. will be located here permanently.Mrs. and friends attended and a brivintrs: di'pomUt -_-__ -?-_______U11.U1M.GI s
C'slued( rheckH _______ __. ___
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns visited 61.80 t
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Miss Mae Duke hud as guests Sun- Mary Dees of Gainesville, Is sumptuous I'epastVa" spread before C'HHhlprs check outstanding. -------2.4L5.05

L Mr. and Mrs. t'. It. Brown, of Snnip- day :Misses Norma Dekle, Pearl and { here visiting her daughters, Mrs. P. them., I Total' __u__._________ .__. __S1I5.42H.16' j 1 J
e1', I Ruby Huberts, Nina and Agnes Dowl K. Bell and Mrs Raymond Cell. Ode C. Coleman Shot Stut of Florida. Couity of Bradford. M.: Car : i
1. J. II. tt.tch Cashier. $$1000 i r
of thu tlliuvo-nmn-
Allen osier hit 1 e
: aueepted( I n position ing. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Miss Wini Last Sunday,evening just after dark Pel l bunk, do solemnly Hweur that the alioveBtHUmrnt 11 i
at postmaster at New River. I Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll spent) fred Wimberly and J. L. Johnson were Ozie C. Coleman was shot by Andrew I fdxo and belief.la true to the bent of my know)

Dan Porter of Palatka was visit- i Sunday with her brother, Tom Hen:- vlstiors to Jacksonville Monday.D. Coleman, the ball entering one of the Correct. J. II. RITCH. g
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.I : Cashier.
Bricks E. Houaer of Gainesville, was lungs. They are both residents of N. T. Kirrn. r
--I]\ ) I ; II. Mrs. Lena Drawdy and Mrs Alma transacting business here Tuesday. Baker county but the shooting took I G. M. 1NMAN

... .... .. ... ... I Urawdy arc confined! to their bedsi Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey was a I II nlace in the western part of Union Subscribed and W. aurora 1. WEEKS.to before Directors.ina this 10th
'i i ,1.; A. /1) Conner and children returned i i with pneumonia professional viitlor here Monday. county I near the Douglass cemetery. tiny I lkoon: of I January 1923. D. E. KNIGHT

home Sunday; after spending I Mr. and Mrs. John Williams were I I Dr. E. I*. Biggs, of 'Starke and Dr.J. .I Sheriff W. S. Brannen, Jr., was notified Notary Public. siiiiioo.f:
several days here by the bedside of 'guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. II. Carrodine-of Lawtey were bus and at once left for the scene, ar- BANK STATEMENT $
a her parents Mr. and, Mrs. B. J. Sapp. 1 Dekle. rested Andrew Coleman and placed Report of the condition of the Lawtey State
Hank
", iness visitors here Tuesday. ut Lawtey. in the State of Florida at ,
', r Mr. and Mrs. H.} W. Andrea attended I B. L. Duke and son, Dewey, spent :Misses' Beth and Winifred Wimberly him in jail to await the outcome of the clone of business Resources December 80. 1922. ,

: ... the funeral of Henry Andrews ont homefolks. and II. C. Wimberly were visitorsto I the affair Ixmn on real estate. ______..00___ 14682.74
; Loan nn collateral security utherthan
: t I( Saturday.; 1 'Lawtey Tuesday. j Turpentine Still of J. S Howard Destroyed real estate .______ S.7S8.79
Mr. and Mrs Joe Howling and All other lonne and discount. ..____ Farm
Marcus Dekle visited. friends in Messrs. J. M. Thompson D. E. BellKenneth by Fire Friday Ovenlrafta. ____ __ 17.78\.114 121.60Uniud
/ daughter, Jessie. have moved to their j' Miller Sunday. Thompson R. Bell and Frank I Last Friday evening the turpentinestill I h llnnk'-n State.hiiuiie. .furni----------___ 10.620.81

place in Lake Butler.B. Claude Dowling and Oren Dekle Bell motored to Lawtey Saturday. of J., S.. Howard was destroyed Other real estate ___________-___ 8.216.H9 V.UII1.R7 i
F. Henfroo to business Due from incorporated banks __ 11.217.16t
was attending were guests of Dana Duke I n
Sunday.
Miss Rhoda Bennett* of Theressa, I iby fire at Dukes. The embers from .Kh lu>.... 1HH.40
in Starke Saturday afternoon. I j, M. P. Dekle was transacting business arrived Saturday and opened a two I the furnace were not hauled away faraway Cash. on hand .n-------- __ __n___. u_____ 1.0ld.Gl ,
A larjre crowd attended the farmers in Lake Butler ________ ___ -
Saturday. months school with an attendance of ,i and the still caught fire. TheI Total nn__ __ ,987.60
1 meeting here 'last Thursday afternoon I|I Mr. and MM. Louis Williams were eighteen pupils. I adjacent buildings, turpentine rosin Capital stock paid Liabilities In __._________ 115.000.00
Judge Green, of Starke, was heresE I I.I week-end guests of his parents, Mr. and a car load of rosin that was load- Surplus. fund ______...._.-_.._. 169.65
? one day of last week. i iIIAMITON land Mrs. J. Williams. Undivided profits, ". _(less_expenses: __and -
MILLER I ed on the siding for shipment was taxes paid) -- -- ? 692.CH What is ,more economical :
+ I S Mrs. G.V.. Johnson was the guest .i totally destroyed. The loss was $1,000 Havinvs Individual deiKMits deposits subject to check 2D.1H6 ll.78H.4i.112
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'" .... ., I lof Mrs. Mamie Williams Friday Miller, Jan. 12.-O. S. Thomas vfsiced I I with no insurance. I lime Caahler eertlllcne checks of outstanding deposit ___..________ 15,878.88 427.07 and profit-
I Miss Mae Duke spent Saturday in relatives at Mon !, Bible School Elects Officers
Hampton, Jan. 12.: -Rev. Burke Lake Butler the Long Bridge Total __.._______.__________ 72.987.10
I guest of friends. l The annual election of officers of Suite of Florida. County; of Bradford ...i I able than a want
preached at the Methodist chureh on Misses' Ruby Proctor and Norma day.Mr.. Brown of Macdenny was In the Disciples of Christ Bible schoolwas 1. J. W. Barber cashier of the above-nam-1 I

Sunday morning and evening i Dekle have returned from a vacation this community last week selling pecan -I held last Sunday and resulted as ed statement bank do la true solemnly to the swear best that of my the know above Ied. ad in this ? '
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A. A. McDonald of south Florida, trip to Folkston, Ga. trees. I follows: .,. and belief. J, V. BARBER

is this visiting week.Kmanuel. relatives and friends. here I Mrs. P. P. Dekle and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish of I Superintendent Charles F. Pivers. Correct A ttelt K. R. TltEDE, Cashier. What have you

by Miss \Mae Duke, attend Dukes,.spent Sunday with Mr. and Assistant E. W. Miller. L.. II. HILL..
) Uartlin, of Jacksonville, ed the birthday celebration of Rev. S. Mrs. T. II. Waters. Organist, Miss Ruth Richard. Subscribed and A. sworn A. SMITH to before Directors.me this 6th 1: to sell? 1
formerly of Hampton was interred at S. Proctor Monday. Rev. Proctor MissAlva Pinkston of Worthing-I I Secretary Clyde Crews. day of January, 1UJ3. I
Santa I-'o cemetery lust Tuesday. He passed his 76th< milestone and tho ton Springs, spent last Librarian and usher Charles Riv- JAS. T.Notary MOORE.Public I ,
f had }MJSBS on'=DnD""" "' mJaJmtlJl'lJWm_
many friends here who extend guests wished him many happy re \
their sympathy to the bereaved family turns. The welcome address by Judge I

... A. C. Strickland was well worth
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1 e Rev. Daugherty of Starke will but space forbids! The toasts. 1 1Men's 1
I preach at the Christian church next were numerous and excellent. The

1 Sunday morning and evening. good cheer and merriment reached its I Extraordinary SPECIALS for January :

0 F. A. Scott and daughter Doris height in cutting for the lucky piece
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quiffley, of Starke I in the huge birthday cake Mrs. J. II.
were recent visitors here. 'Scarborough being the winner.
a S. R. Swindel l. of Theressa, was "
/ a Refreshments consisted of ambrosia
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'' business visitor here this week. cake nuts etc., with fruit punch: I am making special reductions on the following items to ,

tw t''i{ Dr. BifiTirs of Starke, was a professional The punch bowls were presided over reduce my stock before the arrival of my Spring Goods. a ,
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y A' visitor here this week. by Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby I
'" r' ... Mr. Trlest of WaMo, was here on Proctor granddaughter: : of Rev. I

business 'Monday. Proctor assisted by Misses Mae Duke
'tf W. R. Thrasher, pf Starke has pur. and Mary Brown. The tokens of esteem .
1 chased the Swlmlol farm east of our oo"$1.8.00Suits Ladies $22.50 Coats
\; were many some coming froma $13 50
altT town.The Christian distance. At a late hour the guests e Special price '' Special price $15.00
Sunday school held
reluctantly departed voting Mrs.
: \ their annual election, of officers last Proctor the hostess
excellent.
)par Men's all-wool Blue
; I Sunday, resulting as follows: Altogether this was one of the most $22.50 $17.50 Good Cotton Blankets $2.00 value
$150
l t Superintendent, J. Allen. pleasant happenings in Lake Butler Serge Suits nowMen's

i l Bible class teacher, A. A. Futth. and will be long remembered by those .
Junior Mrs J. Allen. all-wool $30.00 Good Cotton Blankets
>!I. boys, present. $22.50 $3.75 value
+.. tVI Junior girls, Mrs A. A. Futrh. .. SuitsLadies now $2.75 a

,rrA Primary Mrs. M. E. Manaire. K UFOIU .
r l Assistant Mrs. J. II. Saxon. $10.00..Coata Good large size Napping

,, 4 E. V, Priest, of Green Cove Spring Raiford, Jan. 12Mrs. S. T. Dowl- Specialprice $6.00 Blankets $7.00 value, now $5.00 I
war transacting business here this ing and daughters. Misses Clarice and
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L a week., Dolly, of Lake Butler were In town
Ladies $12.50 Coats Nice all-wool Blankets
; Dr. Middleton of Starke, was a professional Monday afternoon.W. : $7 50 $10.00 7.75
I visitor here this week. C. Whitten was visiting rela Special price r value, now :

Mrs. Perman Roberts and son, Rob tives in St. Augustine recently.
ert Brinson, of Graham were guests Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and little Ladies $15.00 Coats Very best Outing! Flannels 20c grade -.

of S.'ff. Price last week. son. Billy were visiting relatives 'In Special price $ 10.00 Special price, ydGood 15 C

:A' Nathan Hall was a business visitor Jacksonville during the holidays.

; to Gainesville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Graham of Dress Ginghams, special price lOc yd. Good heavy weight Canton Flannel 15c yd.
I C. B. Robert, of Graham, was attending South Jacksonville were visiting here .

,w to business here Tuesday.' several days during the holidays.Dr. -:--:- f
4 The boosters club met at the city and Mrs. W. W. FarneJI and

hall Monday evening. Thursday, Jan. little son, Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrnawere '
18th was act aside for the purpose guests at the home of Mr. and J Special Reduction on all Coat Suits "

of cleaning: up and beautifying the Mrs. J. C. Jones recently.Mrs. .
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(town. Every resident Is requested to W. II. Andrews returned to
clean his premises and pile the rubbish her home here Wednesday afternoon, ...

4i' in barrels and boxes to be hauled after several days. visit with her parents -

away with wagons. The school will at Bunnell. STARKE C. L. HODGES
/ assist in the work on that day. Miss Pauline Jones of Glen :St.:; FLORIDA

The club boosts Hampton as the Marys wa.'visiting her aunt Mrs. A. .

best located town in this part of the j D. Andrews last week. *




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