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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 19, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME.. .FORTY-FOUR.. STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 192.1.! : :::' .
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FRANCE TO CONFISCATE 16 YEAR OLD BOY SHOT AND RUSSIA TO MOBILIZE


: }KILLED ON A HUNTING TRIP

GERMAN COAL MINES I .--- : AGAINST FRANCE
; ; : INSPECTION:'\

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FRENCH AUTHORITIES TO, a discussion but to transmit to I| period of tint I
Guard, as required y, FRENCH DECIDE TO SK1/K: ; SCIIOOI HOARD MEETINGKtwrd
BEGIN OPERATION OF you the orders of our govern- I,
( regulation, will ALL COAL NOW ON RHINE -
,* ALL'MINES, REQUISITION, ment, If you do not see fit to 18th, when Lieut. i I !AND I1ERNE CANAL. lJIt (- met In regular session Ja.11st ..

'ING (GEU.MAN LABOR IF obey them you will be prosecuted A. Kimbrough/ arrives [ 'liSTS : with all members present, via:
ON THE RHINE ORDERED '
;NECESSAU"r. 1 before a court martial, con- !i to inspect the' office- 'I.. W. Kieklitcr, I.. J. Wynn and A.
rH' i 1 General and state TO HE CUTH A A. linzen.Minutes' .
demned and ,
imprisoned.
ANNOUNCEMENT | I I i PENALTY FOR GERMA: '
FOLLOWS The industrial leaders filed of last meeting read and
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GERMAN DEFIANCE OF ; / Colonol Kim- NY'S TIMBER: DEFAULT. I' I1pproH' from the room without word, i
<:\ ]': tho organizations. i There being further
/ > ULTIMATUM I no business tin-
fi.' : but once outside of the conference the Kant Coast ,and in I
: board
1 SPLIT BETWEEN POIN- adjourned to Jan. 2nd.
Industrial hall they made no secret of \; completing his tour
Leaders Failed to Ap- ('AImNU FOCII OCCURS; I

>,ie Before Control Com mis.i rather their determination than submit. to go to jail three January inspectors 20th. will T,I Messrs. U W. Kickliter, I.. J Wynn

..i)Ikioa As Ordered; Obey Orders j qualifications of the Foch Ut'mandt4lore! Troops in mill A. A. Hiizen met and presented
Thirty-two labor leaders '
rep- their commissions as members of the
\. Berlin Government. : Col. James A. Klm-
Unexpected Resistance Industrial
ill! resenting all the districts and the East Coast und i] by board of public Instruction of Bradford
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HEsaen, Jan. 17.-The French a'.l l the trades in the Ruhr, including of state; Capt. Waldo il Magnates-French county same having been duly
Seize Coal anil Coke German; elected! on NVV. 7, 192L'!)
the mines organizations in
occupational authorities announced : syndicate of I
'i Had Loaded I A. A. Hazen -moved that Mr. Kick-
I and the West Coast on Cars-France
road and steel and iron ;
this afternoon that men
I liter I>o made chairman seconded by
" P. Morrow, look- Has 100,000 Troops in Ruhr
they will' begin operating the workers, were introduced by Dr. engineer company nt Valley. Mr. Wynn. Upon roll call the vote -

I mines,'of the Kunr district tomorrow Groetzner, Prussian governorof i, I I was ununimout.!

' requisitioning German Dusseldorf province, acting Inf., Starke, will bo. ,, Col.'E.: M. Johns presented his application -
I' I London, Jan. 17.-The Riga! to the board for their attor
labor if, necessary. as their spokesman. Ard, on February i

t Thti\, Ruhr coal and industrial I Says Germany Responsible j I, correspondent he learns from of reliable the Times says I ney.There lie being was elected.no further butanes! the>
Mourn'sthat
,magnates who retused to co-op- General Simon told the labor leaders ; hoard adjourned to( meet the first
%\ :,'erat |with the French will be France was the friend of the I ANNOUNCEMENT: the Russian soviet govern- Monday In February. ,
working man. The German govern- ment has decided: l to mobilize the I
.prosecuted: before a courtmar- '
I iiipnt, he declared, was responsiblei family have received five years conscripts with a view flounced nt the French headquarters'

'Bar i the recent events and was willing announcement of assisting Germany should today.
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i : I to sacrifice the working men to its Frederick Adelbert The French t troops in the Ruhr now
Ifilitary Germany deride to resist 1 French
II )' Operations Complete | imperialistic policy. It had permitted the marriage of their number nearly 100,000 and the mill-
action.
ifU88eldorf, Jan. 17.-It was- the food stocks to become depleted Loiiisn, to Mr. Stan- tnry iiutlioritlca, are prepared\ to take
"" I officially announced by Gen. de and pared little whether or not its on Wednesday, the charge of every mine pit head in the
: own nationals starved or: not. nineteen hundred To Make Big Coal :Seizures valley tomorrow MS n protection for
this
Goutte alternoon that the
i Dr. Groetsner, laboring under great Stuike, Florida. At London, Jan. 17.-Late, today the ,Kronch economic mission/ which
,military operations of the Ruhr emotion, rose and said: : twentieth of January, Tae linn undertaken to operate the mines
occupation now are completely I I"I cannot listen, to such lies; to i I I French announced their: decision with German labor. '

I finished. I such an unjust arraignment of my to seize all cargoes of coal I TIm French economic mission has

, The French will take possession government; I withdraw." now on the Rhine and the llcrno decided, to content itself for the time

of the mines throughout I lIe then left the conference. Gen. canal destined for unoccupied) lieing with the requisitioning of coalnlromly
I i Simon asked the laboringmen mined and brought to the
continuing Germany to
d says a despatch the
; the district tomorrow morning
,
surface, diverting to France the
to get in touch with their com- Times from Essen. earn
c 1 placing, military guards at the rades in the Dusseldorf and Duisburg nlreiiily loaded anti destined for the

*,head of every pit. The Ruhr zones which ,had been1.underFr interior of Germany, and postponingfor
i rI .jriagnates were notified late this occupation for two years and learn Three Governments Order The" the present tho Idea of requisitioning \ lI l-

'afternoon that their how well the working men had been Working of Stale Forests the mines themselves.
property I
treated. The leaders agreed to con Paris, Jan. 17.-The French, Tliii realization that the French
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will be confiscated and will be
technical services In the Ruhr
were
tinue work so long as there was work Belgian and Italian q
worked under French management governments tntiilly inadequate to direct a task of
i for them to do but expressed the opinion -
,\ for the benelit of the reparation I that circumstances might/ cause I today gave the order immediate- such magnitude also was responsible

, : account. the industries to shut down. For the to commence working.the for in a measure for Iteration of tW l'

present they would go on as usual. I of the state on the left bank French. plyis.

,n [Operators Receive Ultimatum Determined on Reprisals I IJY the thine as a penalty for That the French policy in In Ruhr

J}Dusseldorf, Jan. 17.-Ruhr The French are resolved to carry default in the deliv- Is veering toward milder melhixl! U
1 lout' aim/ shown by tho announcement by
their threats of reprisals and Im-
: valley coal had before of timber established
operators as by French 1
prisonment, it would appear, and the"Germans general headquarters; at midnight -
I. them today the French ultimatum are determined to resist tho reparations commission on that "the defaulting magnates/

that if deliveries were not developments likely to occur before I Dec. 26th. would not bu arrested but would be

resumed this morning the mili- 5 o'clock this afternoon, if tho magnates i simply summoned and triiid before

.'taiy authorities would take such : do not recede from their pres.duringGIARD I Poincare IInili.h DisagreeBerlin court murtials. leaving these court" y yIt
ent stand. to dual with them as they MHO fit.
,.Measures as were deemed neces- Jan. 17.It l is asserted here
developed during the evening
Experts at work for plan of '
are a
I that tho difficulties the i
( French
, are encountering
airy. The attitude of the Ger- operating the mines with German labor in the Ruhr has led to differences that friction existed! between the economic l
I
", :man magnates, however, seem- and French engineers. Additional between Premier I'olncare civilian mission and the occupy

\ ;l s4to be epitomized in a remark I engineers have been Instructed to and Marshal Foch, the marshal having ing military authorities, which was

\\"r.'made by Herr Thomis, -repreWntative come from France immediately and demanded more troops owing to responsible for orders and counter orders -
, the vacillating policy, involvingflrHt
to arrive
by tonight.
. I are expected .
,' of the Stinnes intertelfs the unexpected resistance by the Industrial
They number 200 men-less than one tho stern and then conciliatory
and that If FochIs
magnates,
at Gelsenkirchen. lie said: for every pit heat in the Ruhr. successful in his demand the French measures, obtaining in tho past few ,
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;'We: are perfectly willing to go I advance will be one of military con .days.The
to;'jail, but under no conditions German Coal Mine Operators May be quest. entire SUITORS of the French
grill\ we'resume deliveries." Arrested' or Fined plans, of operutiun of the mines d.- {( ]
: Essen, Jan. 17.-Directors of Ger- of Starve I panda( on the attitude of the German
t: Not a Chunk Sent man coal mines, having reiteratedthat Big Lot of Coal I Taken mine engineers and pit foremen. The t

I flo far as is known not a chunk they would abide by the order of Paris, Jun. 17.-The I.'renchov/ French are under no illusion regarding .

.f reparations coal or coke was (;j: the federal coal commissar to deliver ernment ban b"Kunts\ policy of requisitioning tile collapse of the entire scheme )
;
, '' \ () KN'lEKTAINtt:" in the Ruhr
It German
no more fuel on the reparations account was an- should tho ( personnel default.
'being sent to France or Belgium
! i I I were apparently waiting early i nounced this evening. Five thousandeight They admit that there arenot sufficient
,pb ,\ any of the Ruhr mines. It i iI. i i today to see what the extent of the delightfully hundred tons of coke and six technical men on the ground to

\i" .itras reported that in some in- i,: threatened French penalties wouldbe. of the younger hundred tons nf coal, which the Germans like charge and direct the workers,

I. 1, itances supplies intended for,',, night at her home on I had loaded in curs were taken although. the labor leader have assured -

$ 'at4uth Germany were being di"rertcd ]I It was suggested at French head- ,' Dancing was enjoyed, and re-routed for distribution among the economic mission that the
; ': quarters that the mine owners or their when refreshment the allies. affiliated members of their unions
If I westward, by the occupa- I,'representatives might either be arrested 'I hostess, consisting',. Plans. Completely Carried! Out have brim doing the actual work and

jtjon authorities. It was said that ; or submitted to. heavy fines. IheR: pickles and hot DuHMeldurf! Jan. 17.-Tho plan of tho technical engineers received the

i slaveries} to Italy were continuj j i Other penalties said to be in prospect II military operation for the occupation credit, and that they are able to work F
', g. i were the occupation of further the evening of the Kuhr Valley, ui preparedby the mines without the university men.

: : 4 1 At' the conference here '' territory and possibly the confiscation'' j Johns, Ethel ,, Marshal Foch and executed by -
' j yes- of mine properties and seizure of theI Long, Madge !I\JI\ <1-,\ General Dcgoutte, has been complota-- A carload of Samson trucks WM
, 1L''J 'day between the French au- records. i'' Charlie Johns, Powell )I j ly carried out, it was officially an- received by J. T. Quigley Monday. I

g fworities and the operators, Gen. The suggestion was made hero today Drjnson, Harold Wall -

; ,' Simon said to the operators "We that the coal commissar's order ; .

" iltse, not summoned you here for (Contfnued on Page 4) 1 ; !*! THE TIP TOP CAPTAIN OF ATLANTIC LINER-

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ft'0AYTONA CITIZEN SHOT AFTER I Itfa I ; local FarmAgency representative,_has REPORTS NEW SEA MONSTER ,

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DISROBING MEMBERS OF KLAN : stands second among ,Describe Seeing Animal Never lie- I (leer Sales also. saw the monster and
' in the Southern fore Reported by Seamen are going to write the American Mo-
' "''1'i''' -- of sales during leum of Natural History a letter describing
1" Pent. Former Policeman Wag witnesses, drove up to two klansmen He is led only by the it In detail. They searched,
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i '.\ By in Arm by Police Chief at the end of the parade on Daytona'a DeLand, Fla. New York, Jan. ifl.-Captain John countless volumes of deep-sea lore

I business street, which was lined with I speaks well for Mr. I, Roberts brought the liner Baltic Into without finding anything that resembled -

: Daytona, Jan. 16.-Charles Pent, a about 2000 spectators, jumped out of .realtor and port today with the story of a new it. Attaches of the natural museum -
r former policeman here, was shot thru an Automobile and tore the robes ana !' for Bradford county deep sea animal whose like no mariner confessed themselves at a loss

, 'idle: arm by Police Chief Jqseph Os- masks.,froM the two klansmen, who I,, salesman must have I has ever reported before. to catalog the queer seafarer. Captain -
1'-borne when Pent and a companion escaped In the crowd. ;, merit before he can The beast Captain Roberts averred Roberts explained his Inabilityto

*IV: C. Perry, a contractor, resisted Osborne attempted to arrest Pent, '' had ears and nose like a pig; and ful- ; provide a more accurate description -
I ( arrest after disrobing two members who resisted Osborne then drew his ly nine feet In girth at the thickest was due to the fact that the monster

"et the Ku Klux Klan immediately af- revolver and shot him through the I!I, in the loss of our discernible section and was about on sighting the Baltic, displayedevery a
'tt* a parade of klansmen tonight. Os- I mother And for twelve feet above the water line- evidence of fear and rushed jl
In the
arm. a moment, entire street
borne was badly beaten up by friends flowers that cover with an unknown, number of feet sub way, swimming alternately on the
;edI;Pent. was in an uproar threats against the she sleeps. merged. Chief Officer Williams, Second surface and below it. Black and a .

spent and Perry according eye klan being openly hooted. ] : Officer Greendrod, and Fourth(!>f.II dun brown were its colors, he said.I .
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11 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1923.

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r"Ri1, HUNGER.l\I"n WOLVES MAY INVADE 1 past justifies the belief that every I veterans of any war so long 03 the I
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++ ONLY SCRATCHED THE SURFACE THIS COUNTRY portion and every interest of the state /government is financially unable tofinance

', i I would receive just recognition in the I a bonus for veterans of the ) : \

DEEDS Northern sections of the United exercise and discharge of the dutiesof World War.-Ex. I II !
IN PROBE HOODED RAND I \1 .) k \ "
States are threatened with invasion a chief executive.My __ \ ,
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of wolves lIE COULD AFFORD \ 1 : 1
by packs hunger-mad from ALL
in all matters
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MARTYIITO SCIENCE:< Canada, and untold damage is likely I ( I
4 ATTORNEYS HUt' S'I'ATE1: ,\ Y A I i I pertaining to the educational welfare U

T1IKY: HAVE EXAMINED 201'KU I[ as a result of attacks on sheep and of the state, and my uncompromising He was a local ,salesman) for a New r IiTURKISH

I Loses Doth Arm in cattle. Director W. T. Hornaday, of woolen The depression
1 CENT OF I TOTAL Nl'MltER: OK l I! French Surgeon insistence upon law enforcement.: are, York concern. + r

ti, WITNESSES: ; : MOOREHOl'SE\ Order to Muster Cancer f the Bronx Zoo said that an intensive I believe, fully understood find recog- in business being serious, lv was willing 5t : VIRGINIA

q" I'ARISH MURDERS---EXI'ECT: I study of the alarming increase of nized.I I : to /go out of the way for an or- y BURLEY -

THE MIR TO FLY THIS WEEK. Living in a little room in the Lari- grey timber wolves within tho last feel it to be entirely too soon to der. One day, in spirit that reflected

f I IBastrop bolsiuro Hospital in Paris, France, few years. I presume upon the patience of the poopi recklessness as well as hope" he invited -

surrounded his former assistantsand 1 I Scores of packs now are wreaking I but at a prospective buyer out to dine. r
"' -_ IM.' Jan. IB-By the As- by Lby beginning a campaign,
Charles Vaillant, martyrto havoc among farm animals and are I the The guest picked! up the menu,
naciatcd Press)-Developments in the nurses, I the proper time my position on : tNm

open hearing i investigations! Into hood- science and progress, is giving his wiping out furred.to'me/ in Ontario, I issues before the people will be fully studied it, end ordered from soup to

i *' ed l band atrocities in Mooruhousc parish I life by inches in order that humanitys I while recently two Ontario mail carriers I and freely stated. I nuts. The waiter turned to the host.

are expected to fly taut this week. suffering may be minimized and the were attacked and killed nunr FRANK E. JENNINGS.HANDING'S "Wl.at wi'l'! you have, t'.rl"; ;

__ A. V. Coco, attorney genera], and | world may be made healthier andhappier. Lake Nipisslng. The remains of a I Tho host despairingly replied. ''

__ hilt staff spent the week-end In checking i I trapper and two Indians also were* "Gimme tea and tOil st."
l PENSION VETO ,,,
t found a few clays by hunters. "
h ago I From the table crone the
up the testimony adduced from Already armless, having submittedto across AMERICAN TOBACCO CO

y i moro than forty witnesses during the 1M:1 operations in what seems a vainattempt The rapid increase in the number of I mildly surprised query of his friend:
or timber wolves, is due to the President handing is the only] exec- -
t .J their of radio grey I "What's tho matter, Cohen? On a
weak just closed and laying plun !! to arrest the ravages/ bill.
who vetoed i'
utive has AND THERE IF
present low raw fur prices. Two a pension 1- ENDED
for procedure for this week. rllrhie cancer, developed 19! years diet?
I' wolf skins brought from This distinction, if it be one, was evi- ,
They expressed themselves as being M. Vaillant knows thnt the net: ; years ago "No. On commission.
ago/\
well satisfied with the progress few months may bring either new $20 to $60 in New York, while today dently not sought, rather was com _____________ The stingy farmer was: storing the
In his veto messngPresi- I
pelled.
from to !)
prices $5 $10.
t made so far and added that the real amputations and suffering or even range THE CLO'ES OF THE RACE hired man for carrying a lighted I lua
dent Harding said that the expenditure -
have
fur checked
"Cuts in
' na'1 story may bo told by witnesses they death, but he refuses to be downcast. : prices for I I i tern to call on his best girl.

l have summoned to appear during/\ the Dr. Vuillant who is just past 50 the activity of trappers and Indian" .. of on other $108,000,000 pen the | Jlck-You should have seen Helen I "The idea," he exclaimed, "when I
sions would seriously complicate
e'2 hunters in wiping out the packs, he
next few days. years old, hopes that with an artificial run the quarter-mile. I was courtin' I never carried no Ian
of the
"No bounties offered in Can financial problems government.
f? Inclement, weather caused a lull In'' arm he may be able to at least said. are : i Delbert-What did she run it in ? tern. I went in the dark."
a a for wolf Undoubtedly this is true, as the last I
4 official activities today. Citizens of I direct tho work of assistants and perhaps ,, ada, to my knowledge, scalps deficitof I Jack-I'll be darned if I know what "Yes," said the hired man sadly,
and as it has not been profitable to' treasury statement indicates a
Nly this place and Mar Rouge/ spent the ) even discover some method of I half billion dol you call 'em. "and ,look what you got." ,
approximately
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hunt them for their pelts alone, their
day discussing the case. Captain J. K. averting for others the danger of radiographic -
: increase has been large. lars. But financial considerationswere I
i i Skipwith, whose/ name has been mentioned / cancer, which has already I If you love him-dont lend him. A clear conscience is a perpetualjoy
not the
only reasons.
"In the United States it is different.
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'k ,repeatedly by witnesses an claimed many victims in France, England -I Practically state has a bounty Further along in his veto message ; a guilty conscience is a ceaseless
1 the exalted Cyclops of the Morehouse! ; Germany and the United States. every I torment.No I
President Harding points out that the
pn wolf scalps, ranging from $5; to
Klan and as a prominent figuruin the I Duck in 189"( :;, when but 23 years old \
while in the West cattle and proposed increase in the pensions of
hooded band activities, was said to lOr. Vaillant was atfuchcd.l to tho Lar- :, $15, i ( Worms In a neaillny: ColA ..u
associations offer additional veterans and their dependents of forcer Too dose shave? .
have spent today in Monroe with re iboisicre laboratory. Radiographywas sheep a c Idrva trnut Iitl, with Wormi \lmvin.liy ,.
I wards. This has been an incentive re-I wars, would be all out of propor- .. ; (olnr.. which Imllcutus poor bluu<), -uuli I r
latives. in its infancy and he entered Into I ., _, ,
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the tion to the compensation paid to the tiiiTG is more orle stomach di t.-> 'i..ROVESTASa'I.LESSC1iiLL'rUNIC i.
\ wiping out, to a great regree, MENTHOLATUM .
During the last week there was onethrill the research work with great en- ijiv I. rIm
wolves in western United States." widows of World War veterans. He ty fur two or three weds! will enrich tl.miprovothortii4Pstlunamlacta L '
after another in the progress thusiasm. After eight years of active -: I comforts and "hcals- .
II ,, ,
'I Game animals are being exterminated might have gone further in this direction I '"a"n",1( -
r of the open hearing. work, he realized that he had become II nlriK Tnnlc ro th..wholu ystrm. Niter ..
the wolves his showed. and pointed out; the inconsistency I ,
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former It llir w (.IT cr dls",1 the wormeandtheCr'l': l i-
from in and the ,
Evidence produced infected
was some t
way
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I I of increasing pensions to the w.'r..the.ltb. Huotumt ke dar: "
members of the Morehouso Klan, first amputation of a finger was the i

that the "black hood" similar to thoso result of the radiograph burns he had J
DUVAL COUNTY LEGISLATORIN
used by members of tho band which l received.
RACE FOR GOVERNORSHIP
kidnapped Watt Daniel and T. F Ric- Even when it become necessary to

bard was part of the regalia of tho amputate finger from his other
Frank Jennings Announces Ills Candidacy Alachua Foremost Center-
County's Shopping ==
.. organization. hand, his-cnergy was not: abated, and for Governor;

Daniel and Richard disappeared fitI successive operations, numbering, a
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_' ter they had been seized along with total of 13, have failed to quench his)
,." I lion. Frank Jennings, speaker of Our Mail Order
; Shop Through Department.
W. (. Andrews, "Tot" Davenport and desire to master the disease.
the house of representatives in the
J. .I,. Daniel on August 21, last, on !! Never paid more than $800 a year,
Florida legislature, has issued state
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the Hastrop-Mer Rouge highway by he has virtually given his life to the I
+ mcnt that he will positively! be
can
a black-hooded bund. The kidnapping[; ': cause of science, but the honors heaped a
didate for of :Florida in the
', was wit esed by scores of people. Andrews : upon him by leading official: of governor TQ !
next election.
and, J. L. Daniel father of Watt his own and other countries, together I rJnrhrTfl.
The statement is merely a confirmation I jyTr11ir/
were flogged and released. The last with the result ho has accomplished, er '; I!'
of rumors that he would make
they saw of Watt and Daniel) was have more than repaid him, he says. 'I
the and clears doubts.
race up any GAINESVILLEFLORIDA
when they were being/ huul.lllway inn
"At the time I will make a
truck. Their mutilated bodies were of the total number of witnesses to proper
formal announcement, and conduct a
J found last month floating lake I.n be called..l

Fourcho after I II vigorouscampaign.! he says. Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Dry Goods and
., being mysteriously dynamited I Some of the witnesses testified, that I Mr. Jennings a prominent member ,I
from the bottom of the lake. the of {
consensus opinion prevailing
of the local bar. He now holds
.r1 The state produced lu witness who bier Rouge is that no attempt had his first public office, having/\ been Notions in Central Florida.COMMERCIAL.

4 testified that near the midnight hour been made to assassinate Dr. U. M'I
.. I the
elected to legislature as representative -
of August Zho\ saw an empty auto- McKoin, former of Mer Rouge
mayor
from
Duval county in 1)20!) and
mobile truck being driven by a masked who is now at liberty on bond of $5- chosen
being as leader of the lower
man and followed by an automobile held of murder
000, being on a charge
His term
body. expires this
rj? loaded with masked, men coming from i, in connection with the alleged' killing Text of Statement year.

the direction of Luke La Fourche. of Daniel and Richard. The alleged I
His is
statement as follows:
Another witness testified that Cap- shooting at Dr. McKoin i is! believed to To the voters of Florida JOB

tain Skipwith in his explanation for have 1 been responsible<<; for the kidnapping It has been with my knowledge: and

the disappearance of Daniel and Ric- and slaying of the two
full approval that has from
hard said that "they talked too much "black hooded" bund.! my name '
I time to time during the last
year,
for their Other witnessestestified PRINTINGCARDS
good.
own A. L. Smith, reputed to be one of been mentioned throughout the statein

T 1-. that Captain Skipwith was tho most prominent citizens in the : with ,
connection the next
the ruler of the parish, that his word gubernatorial
state, president of a school board.l, and
To
the end that be
race. none
was final and that the advent of the According to his own words, "a klansman -
in doubt to and
as my purpose my
r Klan brought about chaotic condi- and of it testified that
proud ,
plans, I wish to state that &t the .
tions throughout this section. They I divided in the
opinion was parish as f
time I will make formal
proper a announcement .
further testified that the "invisible to whether members of the Ku Klux
empire of the Ku Klux Klan' had and conduct a vigorous
superseded ''Klan murdered Richard or friends of .

<< the constituted authorities of Dr. McKoin.Mr. campaign.That ,
I entertain keen ambitionto
the parish, that courts were not functioning Smith in detail recited the various a .
occupy that exalted position, I admit
; properly and that tho sheriff, conferences held by citizens of I
freely. Aside from the
district attorney, court clerk and other -' Rastrop, Mar Rouge and Monroe and personal 1
I standpoint, I shall be actuated only by
officials members of the klan.
'
were officials of the Morehouse klan in an "
a desire to render greater service to POSTERS '
Another witness testified that Sheriff :
effort to restore to prevent
peace I
this great state. It has been my op
... Carpenter wag standing one himi threatening revenge on prominent
to have served state in
portunity my / ENVELOPESBILL
<. feet away on the afternoon of citizen of Met Rouge because he had
a few capacities. My friends are kind
August 17, when Thomas F. Richard been accused of being the "brains of '
enough to feel that the way I havedischarged HEADS .
was kidnapped the list time from a I' the anti-Ku Klux Klan movement in -
official duties in the
Iln strop garage and taken to the forest t the punish," nnd to prevent martial I my .
"1 and lectured, while still another NOTE HEADS \
law being declared by Governor Par-
'. | the lock on my door ,and entered my
; witness said that Captain Skipworth I j""
S ker. home heavily armed,'.' he testified. .
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WINDOW CARDS
a ,. told him to keep quiet and he would I "These conferences" said Mr. Smith I "They told me to come along withthem ,
M "l\x\ it with Judge Odom," presiding l- .
up "led to nowhere. Klan officials, he
: because I had been
?1 "." jurist in this district, after a band paid, were invited to take part in the I whiskey." making SHIPPING TAGS ,

r& of awn had raided his home and accused <<: conferences because the people '
The witness said he was certain LETTER HEADS
't him of making whiskey.
thrfy represented the other believ.1
cy they armed with
for
were no warrant -' ,
?$$; The same witnesses later testified I ,
Mr. Smith caused spectators his arrest and as the result of the raid

+ i that when he personally called on I I court room to applaud when he de-I i he is anxious to leave this commun- ,

v Judge F. L. Odom regarding the | dared that "I am klansman and am ity for the safety and protection of "\a

charge he found that "Captain Skip- proud of it." lie backed up the state'scontentions I his family. I

'1 y, worth had failed to fix) it as he had that the klan organization It has been pointed out that break. .,

promised and that the court inform was clannish by saying thaf'once I
t 4 ing into and entering a house is a -. -,
ed him that if he wished to plead guilty a klansman", always a klansman, anda capital offense in Louisiana. I

he. Weld have to take the conse- should aid another whether
klansman :
,j There are seventy more witnessesyet "Our Work is the Best" 'Y
t//tuences. ril5ht'or wrong. A be examined, according to a .

Dehpitd! all the testimony produced The witness later testified\ that tho statement by George Seth Guion, assistant ,

tales attorneys say they have mere' he did not know whether he would i attorney general, and it is

ly scratched the surface and that they shield another klan member in crime, 't probable that the hearing will be con-

have only examined twenty per cent he Was willing\ to render any assistance cluded within the next two weeks, he

to the state in its investigation.! 'I said.!

HELP YOURSELF Through witnesses the state has I It was also intimated that a lapseof .

been able to obtain the names of more ten days or two weeks may arise

.
than a score of men said to be members after the hearing i is concluded before'the

GET WELL FASTIF of the Morehouse( klan, and fromJ. investigation is placed before the -

T. Norsworthy, who claimed he was Morehouse parish grand jury. This, .
have been ill, find it """ins .
I you would a former captain' in 'thfe organization however, is a matter for the courts to
as if you never get your BRADFORDCOUNTY
;a "l' + I strength back you need;' t'e::. wonderful and some <
"4 strengthening arul flmildir.3 was the fiVvt witness to testify 'that i Hugh Davenport and Jap Jones are

"mry i l qualities of GutJf' feptoManpm.It ; : "black marks were worn by the klanon to head the list of prospective;, wit k

has helped tIWi! tail l 1i} of invalids: raiding parties and that the white nesses who have been summoned to
and convalescents tb.e, *-t back:! tt'ir!
t Strength: put on firm flesh, fit well masks and gown were used only for appear tomorrow. Davenport, a bier

bleep well, feel wrK'anct! ill: well" ledge room functions and psrades"Tie : Rouge citizen, was accused of having

Your drugprlst has: Cucle'e f'cptn-: identified 'black mask producedby been the brains of the anti-Ku Klux

1\.fang'.ln-Jiquid\ or tablets! as YOUl're- the attorney general as part of the Klan movement in the parish and special TELEGRAPH

regalia. I permission had to be obtained by ,

fee.Gudc' | Alonzo Brnddock, state witness, a friends for him to remain In Men

j I farmer, testified that an 'unmasked Rouge, according to evidence produced. STARKE. FLORIDA I

Ms- jiarty led by Captain Skipworth had .

peptolaj1gan staged a raid on his home. I Jones will have something interesting
I
.. Tonic and Blood'Enrlcher "They came whooping and hollering to say on the stand, was the

s ....._ _...""'" .....S::.tczwss .at 1:30:: o'clock :'in the morning broker Intimation given out tonight.



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I IllNY ((7 IIIIIlUiClJlmCIID=__G1tfnDtI'Jillm_ ,!m(YtnlBlitt1111aI1tJ241i4SItlII9A1Q16ffitI1Nt6lJI[ > !r.I days at lla lIng's. It is reported thai:: '

I several acres are up and looking: vi-ll

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I in the Federal Point section, but the '

majority have just finished! planting.
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L n r.--------1: It is. said that farmers' are planting 'Big Removal
1 Sale
considerable earlier this year than

J. usual, however, a large number prefer -

'"l..MMNW.YlYYM11W WLYYUNY-NMNMYNWM4MYYRIYIWIIIL to bo conservative and are waiting

to the usual time before
Told by Our Exchanges. I, planting
putting the seeds in tho ground. 1

C.mw.mCltbmrnf'tImmrmmffitIiImDmmmmmmwW!( I

According to reports just made pub-: passenger. The body of Harry K. Fairbanks!,
6.r who had been since he Announcing Important Event
he by Collector Uhrbach of Key West missing an

there was a total of .IO,306,67: cigars John II. Boseley, town clerk of went fishing alone on tho bay near

Manufactured in Key West in 1922. Lake Worth, J. W. Means, president I Sarasota last Tuesday was found ear- ,
Bank of that ,! ly today floating in tho water within
of the First National On
February 15th will
H short distance of where the skill") he we move to our New Store
Twenty-four thousand cons of Florida city, and A. D. Clark cashier of the "

) grapefruit have been ordered bya bank, are out on $1,000 bond! each in went by out a in fisherman hud been named found!Yeomuns.Wednesday across the street. Before that date we intend sellingall

San Francisco wholesale company connection with an alleged misappropriation Ii

from a Krailetitown packing company.A of $2000 in town funds.: Lose down The ,skiff and, this when ia found taken, as was evidence upside i I of our entire stock of high grade Dry[ Goods
,
embezzlement of
similar order has been placed by aSnattle ley I i.s charged with

firm.Crover the funds and! the others with aiding that the boat unset during a squall Ciothing Shoes Hats also fixtures. in
and concealing the embezzlement. I Tuesday and Mr. Fairbanks was accidentally Nothing re-

Daniels, 19, of Atlanta, was been unable drowned.to swim.He is said to have serve. Stock will be Slaughtered. \'''e are" deter- I

killed at Palm Beach when an elevator Edgar/ C. Frady, of Chicago, released -

crushed his head. He looked into on $50,000::; bail last fall from tin I More than 120,000 hogs were lost mined to close out the stock regardless of cost. ,

the elevator shaft to see if the eleva- Dado county jail, where he was held;
tor was moving upward. Instead it on the charge of mimk-Hng his wife, by disease in Florida during the year I I I
I ending!; April 30, 1921: while the number I
was coming down and he was killed died Wednesday afternoon in the Kiverview -
instantly. hospital, where ho his beer was reduced to 3C.OOO) during the I Sale opens Friday

i since hill arrival from Chicago several I year ending April 30, 1022, according I

Tomato growing will be one of the weeks ago. The body will bo shipped ,, to government reports just announcled. JANUARYI9THAnd
It Is estimated that !110) per cent
important industries, of St. Lucid to Ch.jngo.: .
of the losses is clue to cholera, which
.county the coming spring, the indi- i -
t I would' mean that 111,300 lions were
I cations being that around 1,500 acres I It Is understood tnat the Uecutui continues untilFEBRUARY15TH
I lost from April 30, lUL'O! : to Aril 30,
will, to tomatoes in different
be planted Lumber Company is vemcving its
1922! : which tit an average value of
parts of the county. This is plant from Bainbridge, Ga., to Tallahassee -
!f8nO; ) per head would mean that hogs
practically double the usual acreage. and that the company will em-
valued nt $1,201,0JO were lost from
ploy probably several hundred men.
cholera in two .
yearn.During
The Tampa Tribune having made A force of men Is engaged in clearing "" OBmBji ( fl, -

considerable ado about beans that the site building grades for the buildings -
the past week a deal has No such opportunity has ever been offered beforeor
f were, picked and marketed forty days and laying spur tracks. Build-
,
been consummated that will be of real

San after declares the planting that mention, tho Clearwater should>emade premises.ing Is already under way upon the 'I I benefit to the Itroolisville section. J. may ever again. DON'T MISS IT !'

J. Bell has leased) the large rock qUIIII -
of radishes on the market in
I
to thu Florida Road Material Supply -
ry
Clearwater ten days after the seed Records in the office of State Treasurer I
Company and developments'
were sown. I I Luning, ex-oflicio insurance com- now under way. It is .blateil that the One large lot of Ladies Shoes and 1"1110'oul Serge, nil Colors, Men's Fine Dress Shoos coil Oxfords

,! missioner of Florida, show that thirty very latest machinery will be installed Oxford, Sold up to $.-.00. Hold up to lO.t.l'l1ir.()! Sale
John Schumni, 20, lineman, an em insurance companies entered the xtatv Pall'd
and! that thu plant will be in shape I'l,'ireOuting
ploye of the Peninsular Telephone Co. :, in 1922, and that. three companies 50c .
to turn out orders in large quufttilittusoon. pr. .
at Bartow, was electrocuted when a ceased business
withdrew writing
r or !; $2.98
I It i.s also said that the new Three hundred. pairs Ladles Shoes up
wire he was repairing came in contact I in Floridaduring the same period; Flannel, good grade forand
company has already booked practically L... Pumps! and Oxford, sold
with a live electric light wire. I also that the insurance taxes collected qu.jlte dresses Sale 1'rico up Aleii'8 and Indies' Ham Coats and
the entire output of the plant .o $10.()0 pair.I Wo must get rid i I
Physicians! we're immediately sum- by the state treasurer exceeded one Slickers
for many months and that orders are of these Come quick before they
noned, but all efforts to resuscitatehim half million dollars during the year I 7 1-2 yd.
were without avail. I being placed daily for more road ma- are sold. $4.94 up
terial.
;
West Florida hag.taken a new name Fine Dress Ginghams, regular,! 20
---- i 98c Men's Clothing 1 at I loss than i
Forty years ago Cedar Key did a -that of Satsuinaland. This on account cent Value I prDon't "os.
At largely attended mass meeting -
a / I
shipping business of no mean Im- of revival in the planting of
a held at Cedar Key in the theatre lug line of ('hIJ.l1. (" "'. Shoo Hal.
12c d
portance, and Plant wanted to run his i I' Satsumn trees, 'I Tuesday night, C. H. Tedder, of Live Price
railroad there, but was unable to buy I family. Tho Satsuma tree will
the i I Oak, president, and 1C. C. Miller, sec Fine Silk Dresses as low as forget the
4ft' lease docking privileges .from bear as early as two years of age, but 9ac'
River ]Improvement
retary of the Suwannee -
. ompany that controlled the water(I II commercially at about six, and suc-
Association organized
I front. Plant then went to Tampa and cess depends upon the proper care. ai $7.50 Date 1\lIlI $1\J1t1'
local unit and every one at the meet-
with magic ward built a great city. There Satsuma trees in Japan Beautiful
are new Htylo skirts in all of
ing signified their interest in the project I' Fine Wool I Dresses sold up to $35
known to be over 300 years old. by joining. Cedar Key has given -I less than half price. Don't pass the new materials, at greatly reduced -

An outstanding feature in the cit- land for dockage purposes and will these up.Ladies' Five thousand l yards of Knru edge I I prices.MKN'H.

rus review just made public by the A white dove, one of the most uni- build public dock, if the government i and insertion, sold up to 76c yard.
Is Indicated sights to be seen, according to old Fine Coats all materials SIIOIC3
Florida Citrus Exchange, an que makes the Suwannee river navigable. Sala Price ti
carload movement of 11,500,000 hunters here, was captured alive by This. will the new styles, sold up to $15.00. Sale' Work Shoes 1.1.1: p
improvement open up .
boxes, of which sale of about 38 percent a party of Gainesville men early Sat- Mobile and New Orleans markets, Price 2c d lr"'Hs Shoes 1;!/)8

or 5,400,000 boxes, has netted urday morning, several miles from which have hitherto been closed on account Y Solid Leather Shoes 2.-l':

Florida growers $13,500,000 f. o. b.packinJC the city. The dove wall kept on display of prohibitive freight rates. $5.98 up Beautiful line of Crepes and Ore- Ladies Silk Waists, mild up to $0,

the house, during the first during Saturday. The.bird was I We are sacrificing. our entire line ton, 35c value Sale Trice, $2./S!/
I
three months of the shipping season. shot while flying in a covey of ordi- Sheriff's deputies investigating tho ''I of Ladies' Heady to Wear. I lot $8.00 Silk Waists )
Several shot entered one
I nary quail. murder of Brown Tinby, aged negro, Ladies' Suits, sold up to $22.00, 19Cyd
by the and the bird was captured whenit $4.49
Plans have been completed wing found
at his home near Fairbanks, as long as they last
,; chief engineer of the Florida East fell to the ground. that his iron safe had been broken Dress and Apron homespun
Coast railway, for a modern, double 98 Our entire line of Indies', Siip-on
and discovered other evidence $5
J tracked railroad trestle which the Sixtyyfive thousand pounds of fish, open I' 1 lOCyd Sweaters at las sthun cost. Wo Y
believe he had been
to
that led them
The skirt is worth tho of suit
4 contemplates constructingacross said to be the largest haul ever madeat price must get rid of three at some price
company killed and then robbed. His body was! ,
the St. Johns river here to re Palm Beach, were caught by local found at daybreak about fifty yard. 1
: mile south of Gua Baths.!
approximate fisherme/i a from his house with his throat cut.
cost Five nets from three local fish companies Officers estimated that between $1,- II DRESS GOODS; I NOTIONS
.I were used throughout the day
ud $2,000,000.
1 500 and $2,000 had' been stolen from

I in bringing the catches in to shore. the safe as the negro was believed to Percales, yard _________1__u_. .08 Men's Work Shirts.' _______... .73 I

During; the last three months of The greater part of the catch consisted have kept a large amount of money i in I Dress Ginghams ____nuu_. .10 Black Sateen Shirt ------------p 8 I t t.
1922>> there were '34 car loads of hogs: of mackerel caught with drag boxes containing
the house. Several .._._..
Chambray .10 Overalls _
Union' ---------- .OH
beef cattle shipped from neta. ------------------ ,
ana and silver were not molested. I
county which shows that there is a currency. Apron Ginghams! ......__... .10 Khaki Work Shirts _h______ .08)

large income from Its stock, beside I A final canvass of the damage caus- Table Damask __u_......... .49 Men's Pants .________uu. ,08 I

raising all home supply of meats. ,, ed by the recent flood in the Everglades Hosea Williams, 4X, was lost In the Outing Flannel ____uuu_. .7V4 Carluirt Overalls ____nuuu l.fi'j: \.
little meat of kind shows that the fall vegetablecrop
but
There is from any other reduced to a small percentage bay at Pensacola, tailing from a motorboat Curtain Scrim _._____,_._... .10 Jumpers ____________.___.__ lOS i :,
brought in this county was and
small
arkets. of the normal plantings, consid- in which his son Check Homespun _..-....:., .10 Men's Undershirt ._....._.__ .flu:
himself were the only passengers.
erable areas of fruit trees, especially The boat waif moving along< at a good Cambric _____________._._.. .10 Union Suits _______________, l..J:>
Line
Seaboard Air northbound pas avocadoes, were destroyed or badly speed and before it could be brought | Klmonas! sale price .......$5.04; ) up Sweater __________u____ O8c up
No. 4 due {in.Plant Cityat damaged, and matured sugar cane at
train ,
senger for the mill suffered about Williams had disappeared he- j I NOTIONS Men's Hats ____.n__..... .1)8 upMen's
that time ready ,
struck and instantly
10:40 a. m., His
killed Daniel J. Strange} well known losses from 10 to 40 per cent, according I death neath the was surface caused of by the drowning water. fur ...:...- Linen Collars __uu__ ,15

resident of Knights, at the Knights to the locality, said a statement ho could not swim. It was asserted Dress' pins! ......_._..__..? .01 I Soft Collars __--*___uu__ .20

station crossing Saturday morning. | Issued by the board of commissioners that Williams and his little son were Safety Pins ..____........... .01 I Men's $1.00 Ties! hU_____ .03

.Mr. Strange, whose hearing and eyesight j of the Everglades! drainage district. out fishing and had, started back home Needles ____.___.......... .10 Men's 7.r c Ties _____________ .:35

elve the were approach both impaired of the, train did not, which per- ;j Hundreds: of acres-have been planted when tho accident boat happened.around, The in time boy I Coats Cotton Thread*. ........ ,0& Menu JIoso Supporters' nu. ,25 '
tried bringthe.
I topped at Knights to discharge a to potatoes during the past few to save to his father, but failed. I Dress Clasps .'...__...._.__. .03 Indies' Hose -__ ___________. .25 'f,

Hook and Eyes ____n___.'..__ .03 l.adil.Jj.ilk, ; Hose ______u____ ..II

Despondent over financial losses in Combs ----*-----.---........ .0:; Wool (Hose -..-------------- .98 '

had oil stocks and depressed because Pearl Buttons! do:*. ________._ .05 Corsets .............. ,08 up
: IF SICK TODAY Filipino I
the
of a misunderstanding' with i, Dress Hutton _. -.--.._.__.. .05 LadieUnion Suit __._...___ 1.08
Midgets whom he has shown ov- ..
er the entire country, G.V.. Farley, Hair Pins, box _uu_.__.. .01 Ladies' Waist ___.___.______ .49

47, showman, committed suicide by Men's rose., piiir _.__...___.. .10 Brassieres ...._..._...?.? .09

jumping from tho steamer Tarpon Children's (Hose, pair ..__.... ,.08Indies' Indies'' Long Silk Gloves .... ..49Middy !
TAKE NO CALOMEL
between Mobile and I'ensacola, according I i hose, pair. ..--...... .10 houses---------------- ,..II 9
found in his state
to letters I I Handkerchiefs( ......_____. .01 Silk Teddies ------- ..------ 2.19!
room when the Tarpon Arrived at I '
Pensacola. Tho letters were evidently !I Suspender --.-.-.__._._. .23 Silk Petticoat\ __.._:________ 8.41)!

r "Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than written before he boarded the steamer Ladies Under Vest ____nU .15 $3.00 Ladies' Hats ________00__ 2.93

r at Mobile early Monday night The i -

Salivating, Dangerous Calomel and Doesn't Upset supposition is that he jumped into the f

gulf. Over $0,000, deposited in a Mo-

You-Don't Lose a Day'sWork-Read Guarantee bile bank, Farley in said to have left Owing to the short time we are unable to advertise many values throughout -

i to the Midgets, who are wintering the store. Short lots remnants, odds and ends, etc., will sacrifice. Don't

1 diicovereil a vegetable compound tongue, ague' malaria, soar stomachor Mobile. forget the date of sale, Friday, January 19, and continuing to February 15th.

that does the work: of dangerous, any other diHtre. caused,| by a BIRDS! OF* A FEATHER We must vacate by that time. Look for Big Red Sign. Griffin& Johns old
sickening calomel and I want torpid liver as quickly n" a dais of I
I TvaiU-r of this purer to buy a both vile, nauseating calomel, beside. it will
for a few cents and if it doenn't not make you sick or ."p! you\ froma They are telling this one on a cou-

straighten you up better and quicker. Jay's work. ple of would-be burglars who hit this
.
backto Calomel Is poiaonr it mercury-it
calomel just
go
I than the salivating toro and: get your money back. attacks the bono often causing rh umatiani. I I city not long ago. Said one to the stand.F.

I guarantee that one spoonful offtxlKoti' Calomel U tlanperouH. It I other, as he came from the open window -
Liver Tone will cut. your "ickfln_while my Itoilnon'. Liver Torte at midnight! "Did you get any. A. CROWDERST
slu:blab liver to work and c your U safe. lcasant. and. ttarmlemi.. Eat I.thing p'"Naw I II .
fed of bowels of the sour bibs anything afterward, b".a\l.., it cannot
eel thirty constipation poiton which in Ralivat! Hire it to the children I ," his pard growled, "thU U a

Clogging your. system and making you I because" it dorn't upset the stomach lawyer's house." ARKE FLORIDAf r;
feel miserable or shock the liver. Take a upoonfultonight i "That's tough," the first burglar ,
I guarantee that one*poo IuV-of this 1 and wake up. feeling fine aDdr.Jy sympathized. "Di4 you ,lose anything
tarmle liquid liver medicine will for a full day work. .-
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'' c UNION: : SERVICE AT -THE BAPTIST plants in prime condition. Lacy
Bradford County Ti'legrapli' (If, STRIKER IS HANGED BY.i CHURCH Look for the Best. Simmons, Starve. it'
Yon will (find\ it less easy to uproot ,
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faults to < FOR SALE-Porto Rico
yam seed
and i VIGILANTES AT LITTLE ROCK I Last Sunday "' .'WUlI{ mere was a virtues l>o uot think of your
Published weekly entered as!1 : tog potatoes, $1 per bushel.' H. L Stevenson .
.splendid; union service at the Baptist others faults la
I faults; still less!! of :
\ second class m.itter: at the postoffice :Starke.:; I-12-3i:
church, under the auspices of the lo- every jiersou', who tomes. near you .
at Starke Florida:? I TRANCE '
: I C'iti/i'MH Tako Law in Own Hands and I ;: CONFISCATESGERMAN 'c41 W. C. T. U., the occasion being a look for what I li good (and< stroii' ,: WANT TO LET-17 acres!': good farmland ;

4' 'E. I String up Striking Railroader i COAL :MINES: celebration of the third anniversary honor tlmt ; njoli-f) In It ; nod your one mile west ?" f Starke. Af/.
i S. MATTHEWS Editor: and Owner faults >. Ill drop all like ,il L I> nl>'! !lenves, I
uf national constitution
prohibition. ply A, M. Andreu. it*
Ark. .fun. Ifi. The (Continued From Page 1)) I when their llrao t-oini' Rukln I
I Little Rock, I The program was in charge of Miss! '
FRIDAY
PUBLISHED EVERY
body of E. C. Greer! a Missouri and ,, Carrie Uglow, chairman of Red Letter --- FOR" RENT-A six room house and
SUBSCRIPTION: RATE :niid Northern Arkansas striker, was might be followed by instructions Days. How Spain Got Name. H lots on Cherry street. Owner haslet

J r I PeT Year _____________________$2.00 found hanging from a bridge near the I j from Berlin forbidding the railway Dr. J. J. Bullen\ KevrT. J. Hedges[ Spain, ptymnloirlr.illy.! means Rabbit -I contract to have house painted
; I officials to load or transport reparations Ppnlnsuln. TIP! -vord IR, according -
I railroad yards today at Harrison, Arkansas I and Rev. L. B. Simpson each gave Inspiring and is making pther improvementApply
coal. to Rood n'lthnrlty, derived from
according to the newspaper i to Mrs. 1Ilary, N. Braduhuw .
I addresses, and the singing by
i the Punic Sl>iifun rnhhlt. This anl-
While most papers charge for cards correspondent of the Arkansas Democrat I residence of W. E.
e I the choir, the children and Mr.\ King'ssolo / mill hug been very numerous In the at Daughertylt'HATCHINGWe
of thanks and resolutions of respect, i the man who opened fire on />fll- Clashes in Dortmund ,
r I were much appreciated by the au- country, often! Oi mroylni whole :
a( 1 and we believe we should, we have cers and citizens who searched his Dortmund, Jan. 17.-Demonstrations dionce. Below is the program in full: crops.! African f, ..-ts were kept to I are now ready vo

? not the heart to do no, but wa do draw home yesterday afternoon, the correspondent -, by nationalists in the streets of Song, Sound the Jubilee-Choir. .drive 'tiii?, Miilnn ,' "it of their holes. i hatch your eggs. Book your reservations

at the line on obituary poetry. We are says. I j Dortmund lust evening resulted in Miss Iris Epperson, pianist, Mrs. A. \Ve find. the rnhl>ii often. represented at once and avoid ilfoap
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N 'willing to fro A long ways towards doinpr I It is said here that he was called I clashes With Communistic labor ele- :M.: Darby, organist on ">',! 41.'I| l'O'I' i I pontment, later. Can take 100 V

y, our bit to lighten the sorrows of before the vigilant committee last '! meats, but intervention by French The Triumph Song-Choir. 800 per'batch. Our prices are re*

ot: t our friends, but cannot go quite far i night and that he defied them, avowing forces was not necessitated. | Scripture reading and prayer sonable. Call on UI!. Arthur Wood

j enough to get our own consent to publish that "a day of reckoning" would The French have reinforced the occupational j j :Song; Loyal Temperance Soldiers!' .- Starke It'

] obituary poctry.-\Vauchulr. Ad- come. troops here, as further Children. rENTAWORD'JLJCOLUMN -' .
a v'rate. trouble Is expected this The : WANTED-Man with small family
;h hf A coroner's jury is being impanelled j evening. Address, How can the home best
to investigate the killing. I" nationalists intend to hold l a street co-opcrute in the enforcement of the I! who knows how to farm and grow

The action by the United States I I Several hundred armed citizeps, parade which General Hampton, the ,, 18th amendment?-Rev. T. J. Hedges. strawberries can move on my place

> Jl government in calling home our sol who began "house cleaning" yester :I French commander, has torbidden'l! Quartette-Keep on with the Fight FOR SALE-Ford truck. Bargain. j I: one mire west of Lawtey on half

Ii4 diers from Germany as soon as tho day, still were walking the streets I i announcing he would suppress! -J. I,'. Kickliter, John Powell, S. E. Boree's Garage. It. I crop. No moonshiner need apply

a s French invaded that country, was this morning searching for strikers were attempted. I Hitch, J. Duugherty. Mrs R. S. Fernandez I I T. L. Wainwright, Lawtey, Fla.

y e quite proper. By this procedure not whom they were "grilling"1 before a I pianist. FOR SALE-Big Boston Lettuce l-19-2t.

only wero we saved from a lot of entanglements committee, it fi said, in order to find TALKED TO LONDON: ) : FROM I Address, How can the voter and the

,. : which both the French clues us to who was responsible for NEW YORK ON TELEPHONE: ; : public official best co-operate in the

and the Germans would bu sure to the destruction of railroad property. ; enforcement of the 18th amendment? -

have us emeshed in, but we also expressed I GENERAL INSURANCE
Capitalist Whipped Rev. L. B.
I New York, Jan 11.-II. B. Thayer, Simpson.
in a manner that could not be j A well known and hotel
4r ti 1 I I I capitalist ;; president of the American Telephoneand Song-Work for Enforcement
considered offensive, but which was owner at Harrison, the correspondent Telegraph Company tonight picked Choir. INMAN_ & RITCH

l t nevertheless effective, our disapproval states, was publicly whipped on the I up the telephone on his desk in Address-How can the church best
a
\ of France's relentless greed in exacting street this morning and then taken co-operate in the enforcement of the i FIRE LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
Broadway skyscraper and talked to aI I II
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that pound of flesh from Ger- before the citizens committee. He Is I(I I group of scientists in New Southgate I 18th amendment?-Dr. J. J. Bullen. I I Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14
1 many. While we havo not forgotten said to have signed the bond of A. P. London. Eleven minutes later mes Ii IiI Solo-It is Here to Stay-L. L. Hours Every Day.

tho crimes of tho latter country, yet Stephens, accused of bridge/ burning.The ,(I '! King. .

y,, we are too good sportsmen to deny a circuit court adjourned today until Thay-er'I : j King's l ISong'fhl CommandByChoir. STARKE, .FLORIDA

,, fallen enemy a chance to get on his I Jan. 29.Gocrnor). I .

I feet again. McRae has' received Talk, Underwriting the 1923 Legislative
are-I I been working for several weeks on
I quest for aid from Harrison ,, the experiment! notably John J. Car- Program, or why the offering = lmmmI.Cmmlt.1QtK: wmllllm'Jtnt"u"ItI"" I '"
and Col II. L. McAllister, the adjutant -I' ? Dr. Bullen. ..
Well, they have struck oil again at ty, in charge of development and research I
Oldsmar. Thi.time they struck 32, general's staff' Arkansas National I hailed the feat as 'epoch mak- Offertory, Instrumental selection, I FOR SALE U'
barrels and the "expert" guard, will leave here today for organ and piano. I I <*
thereon I ing" in view of the clearness, with I u '<
J announced that he a Harrison to investigate. Troops will which the trnnsAtlantic'meSlll1lles I Quartette, As Goes America, So 'I SEA INLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED

thousand barrels a day would be the be called out If Colonel ;McAllister were received. Congratulations were : Goes the World-Male Quartette.

flow by pump, judging from the Beep- demi it necessary, it was said at the I' received by cabin from other, scientists America sung by the audience. Sosnowski wilt-resistant variety. Prolific, yielding 3.25 to

-# ago which he wasn't sure came from state house. in Europe soon after Mr. Thayer ) Benediction. one. Boll-weevil free. Price $2.50 per bushel f. o. b,

_ I )' one cracked rasing or two. Guards Colonel McAllister is expected to j I talked, among them Gugliclmo I I II Hawthorne, Florida. Cash with order. Address,

', are said to be posted around the well arrive in Harrison tonight. Marconi, the wireless wizard. I Enraged with his wife, Bartow Lew- I

''r I tv but as the oil level sc-eins to remain Business Suspended" j I I Incidentally, one of the cable messages lit, a farmer living on the Cedar ', A. P. BRANTLY COMPANY\ I

\ i just about the 3,200 foot mark, which A telegram received at Little Rock :I returned from England said: I Springs road, was frustrated Duval BLACKSHEAR GA.

Is the bottom of the well, it if* hardly shortly after noon today stated that' "Listeners having little trouble except county officers said, in an attempt to i i .
] probable the guards are there for all business in Harrison was suspend-j j' with the American language." cut o Ifthe head of his wife with an 'I JQ'lI.ilWIiWl/WWWIDf f :'DI"" ""<"<:JI''ItIl"I'I' :>uJilljCI"Jf\lImI1lllJCtL-"mm! .: : .: SEffiBOCi*

tbo purpose of thwarting t ievel'' who ed and that the crowds on I The instrument used by Mr. Thayerwas r; axe. He had dragged her fifty feet r

: want a little bottle as a souvenir. Its showed no signs of breaking up. Geo. connected directly with radio from her bedroom to a woodpile when "

would be one of the most pleasing O'Neal, the capitalist on Stephens'bond equipment at Rocky Point, Long Island I stopped. Lewis' case of alleged violation '

''" I' things we can imagine for a real oil was' said to have given up the about 70 miles from New York of the national prohibition laws We

I. well to be brought in somewhere in striker Stephens, who is in hiding. City, from which the message was was nolle prossed Tuesday in the Federal willpaycashand '

',, the central ur western portion of peninsular Citizens report that the burning of transmitted without relay to England..MISSIONARY : I courts on the plea made by the

a a Florida: but there are several fixtures i rti the labor temple last night I arresting officers who were sympathetic -"
} little' matters about tho present resulted In the seizure of considera :, with the woman's condition.
HOLDS OUT I
able railway brotherhood correspondence. I She had testified in the
y field that need! further elucidation before l 1 previously market prices for
; \ a rush for the Oldsmar oil field Hundred and 'I criminal court on a similar count
Ninety Bushels ShippedOut
( will be started.\ -Lcesburg Commer- No further bloodshed was expected I' against her husband. When Lewis
", rial. it was reported, ns the citizens' Tuesday (I returned to his home, he Is said to fat hogs for butchering

k committee was said to be In charge oi expressed I I quarreled with his wife and her
Some time ago thJ! fear was! 1 I
cool headed men. mother, threatening to kill both of
', Some attention to psychology is be- At Searcy, Ark. the Arkansas judges that he strawberries of the thorn. delivered at our plant
Emile Coue Missionary variety would not holdout I
Ing given just now. an report that three strikers were indicted -
"
aged French savant, who has studied much longer on account of begin- '
t i.-, for arson in connection with the 30
during next
l this "science" since the memory of the burning of Missouri & North Arkansas ning to ripen so early in the season. Some to B. Shunned. ''f,)
Things ,
>I the has This fear not well founded !j
man runneth not to contrary, was as so
railroad bridges In that seclion. It Is better to bu cold than dead. '
had his labors brought to blooming at i far the plants have increased their days.
.
Never run nn automobile engine long
last by coming to a Mnost startling So Troops Available yield all the time instead of decreasing behind closed doors Never use a gal
,I conclusion. This conclusion is that I Tuesday, Jan. 9th, 101 bushels
Mayor J. L. Clute, of Harrison, reported henter that Is not fitted with an adequate -
if you every day repeat twenty times [ this afternoon he had asked] were sent frcfln here, which was con- vent Into nn open flue. Nevergo

r t the phrase, "Every day, in every way, Governor McRae for troops and hadcccived sidered an extraordinery large ship to sleep In a room leaving a ga J. S. Blitch
I am getting better and better," improvemunt ment for the time of year. But it heater burning. Always leave a window -
that not
? a reply troops were
,r,, V will surely come. That he ivailable. was eclipsed Tuesday of this week, open In every room occupied by

is right, is proved by his own case, Reports received. here were that when 190 bushels were shipped.The .eepln! > person Supt. Florida State Farm, RAIFORD, FLA

for after faithfully having himself the: citizens committee would leave prices paid Tuesday was from -

d taken the medicine ho prescribed for Harrison[ tonight, 24 to 27 cents a quart, averaging $8 ..- ,

others, his brain became so clear and The committee?* hsfc .:'dot requestedthe per bushel. Thus the Missionary ber- 1I I -

I { active that he evolved the plan to go resignation of Mayor\ Clute nor ry, through its earliness, has createdan 300

to that promised land of all fad pro- of any members of the'* city council, income for the growers that they

t moters, America. Here ho will beam t t wa sannounced. A police officer has did not' enjoy before. The hitherto Are You True To '

benignantly on audiences who, though been ordered, it was! reported, to leave mild season and timely rains have, of Brunswickand '
they d I... not understand a word of course, had much to do with this early 4
town nightfall.
; by
what he says (which Is all the better shipment of berries. '

a for him, perhaps); still are willing to Citizens Threaten Armed .\ctlOIUn- Wednesday morning a warning arrived ColumbiaRecords I Yourself ?
fay well to nee tne wonderful man from the weather department,
( Ju.'s.s Depredations Cease
w 41 who has invented\: l such a simple and Harrison, Ark., Jan. 1C.-A citizens saying that front over Northern Flor- J I II i ii
t,< s marvelous way oJ self improvement. ida was to be expected the following: .
committee today was questioning 23 i
They will go hone and repeat tho night. This caused the growers to I
A Urged strikers on tha Missouri> &
portentious words. ten times, then fall Noorth pick over their planting again, to .
Arkansas! railroad, roundedup 25 cents eachSale
asleep. The scoffers, to the contrary: I yesterday from points along the save their ripe berries from injury

} will find this new outbreak of silli- road by several hundred men who and although; Wednesday' is not a ber- "This above all: To thine own self be true,

3 nosH a proof that a "science" that came here after announcing they ry fhipping day, about 20 bushel: Closes Jan. 31 And It must follow, as the night the day,

t dots! not deal! with concrete matter would resort to "armr-d action' unless were sent away. > Thou canst' not then be false to any man."
1 com only bc a failure. Almost every grower has!! had cut .
Shakespeare. !
icpmlutions along that line coasted
: Lumber
yn Consumers Co.Hastings'
; -. Axumber uf alleged strikers wirejtrass hauled up for mujchinsr) I I
were
ij 1101'SE IIUKNEO: Lichen from town while others, hearIng and this important work is next in TO BE TRUE TO YOURSELF you must make the !
order. most of your opportunities. This is the greatest nation ;
c'1" that the citizens were coming, -
/ i in the known world. The United States is known I
colored suburb
"Reno, Starke's lied.I
PAY YOUR AUTO LICENSEThe : the world over as the land of opportunities. Are you i
$ had its first fire early Monday morning Service Tied UpPeriodically Seeds
taking advantage of the that to
"' fires not there opportunities come j
\ Why ore frequent bridges on the rond
l 'where so little precaution is taken toy have been burned and service' com- time for paying automobile 1923 Catalog Free you? '

prevent them, can only be explained pletely tied. up between some points.It and auto truck license Is past due, butI Write today for Hastings' new 1923 I Ieatal "As a man thtyketh, so is he." After all, we get,,

at P an the colored man's proverbial luck. is estimated that 800 citizens!, will extend the time for getting 1923 go You will need the information pretty much what we pro after in this world and most

The building burned had been erected some from points as far as 150 miles tags: until February 1st, next. Thou It gives almost dally-the most valuable I assuredly so i if we gO after it hard enough.

,_ t byMlob Gllcrson many years ago away, came here today to round up who have not complied with the law and useful seed book ever publish-! Love begets love, kindness begets kindness, industry
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by that time will This ed. It contains 100 pages, picturing
prosecuted.
a..r and was used as a cold drink stand at the: strikers.A thrift and economy beget success.
and correctly describing the beat andmost I .
Includes who
those haul for hire
they
first then it abandoned. It was brakeman! ;
was named Ford was hit popular vegetables, flowers and "
must obtain "for hire" license.W. To take advantage of opportunity to make ,
later bought Rlchio} Jenkins colored when. I an mon
; by struck by a shot fired from the farm crops for the South.
4 !, and tin occupied the rear portion home of a main said to be a striker J. EPPERSON, How aud what to plant in your yard ey, you must; necessarily be ready whe nthe opportunity -

-living all alone. How tho fire started The[ occupant was held for action by Sheriff, Bradford Co.alonA' garden and field for every purpose. I presents itself, and to do this often requires some
How to bat the boll weevil bean capital. Let us help to accumulate this capital by taking -
but when it discovered ,
known
la trot was! the citizens' committee,
the lire are now being guarded, baetlt and other pests. Full natural 1 care of your money. Deposit it with us where it
it was too far advanced to be The crowd was orderly) and although 1
he said. The citizens have organized."Wo \ color pictures of the best Roses. Gladioli will be as safe as Government bonds.
extinguished with the scanty water nnny of them carried weapons there no sooner would get one of and other flowers. How to get 5

r supply available. The occupant did l were no reports of any shots being the burned bridges repaired or rebuilt packets' of seed of beautiful flowers I
/ not have time to save any of his be Ired by citizens. until another would be destroyed tree. How much seed Is required to -
1 plant a row or aero when apd, how to
longings. The labor hall was raided and its "
Mr. Murray added. The road dis- plant and cultivate. Why It pays to :
urniture and fixtures burned In n continued operations some time agoAnd plant good seeds and how to get them :
BAKED ALASKA huge bonfire on the public square. : the government made it n loan of as cheap or cheaper than common or

Several of the men reported a store $$$3,000,000 to resume operations. ordinary seeds. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

Lady, to guide in Yellowstone Park of, ammunition and guns was foundn Word is awaited as to the result of Just write for this handsome new .
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it -Do these hot springs ever freeze i ir acne of the home they entered. 1923 Sead Book. It's a beautiful book I
the strikers. It Is
questioning rumor-
'J and you'll be mighty glad to have It N. T. RITCH. W. T. WEEKS J. H. HITCH.President. .
;+ f I .. ,:; over? According to J., O. Murray, vice ed the; mayor, the city marshal and In your home. It Is absolutely free. Vice President Cashier.r .
Guide-Oh, yes! Once last winter president, and general manager of the two aldermen here would be requested l Write for it today I !'!

a lady stepped through the ice hero rand oad, the recent: bridge fires were of to: resign .!because of union sympahies. -, H. O. HASTINGS CO.. I
burned her foot. i iS ncendiary origin. All the bridges Atlanta, Ga.. l .

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IT Ervena Reynolds, of Raleigh, N. C., zation, their wives or sweethearts and Miss Mildred Crosby, teacher

spent Thursday visiting in Jacksonville I Invited guests with n musical program | Eighth: grade-Gussio Mao Hi-mir j

'.'" !. I Instrumental an,1In cnl, next Ethel Moore, Frank Pntteo, Fmlen.'.
@ Bits of Local"Information (Q> I Tuesday, starting at 8 o'clock.: I I Struth, Edna:, Manning, Crnrc Wood
H. E. McLarln who has been visiting
There will bo some snappy live- I !Harriet I hitch, Klisn: Jones. Mrs. Bra
) Dr. and Sirs. O. L. +tI I'
Ilnynus returned -
>minute tolUs by sonic of our citizens. ale McGrudor tentner.

to hill home in Atlanta Tues- Refreshment will be served. Each; I I Ninth grade*--Thelm.i Snctlgrovo

day. i member of tho Brotherhood may bring I I Tenth grade-Beatrice Mullen, Ton
Concerning People, Business and ''tI ono invited guest. It i is. nil free. !Morris
1&1 I .".,. ,I Ii I Hugh Brownleo. Miss Florence -
Q.: Progress in the County and Town. Read Crowder's great rembval sale ( i Matthews, teacher.
ndv three of this issue.
on lyige i I I
I i I D. J. McLeod Florida-Georgia; rcpresenlative Eleventh grado-Blanche Alderman.
I : of the Central Shoe Com- Claudia .
.' Terry Isabel Fernnndoz Eunice
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-'I Miss Ethel Raulerson, who has been I'
I I puny, of St. Louis !Mo., was a visitor ,
Miss Cussie White spent Thursday;' Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W.A. visiting her aunt, Mrs. G. C. Sweat, rf to turke Thursd.iy. Mr. l\I..oo.lliv-. PerkiiiH. Comer Long, Iris Epperson. -
Mrs. G. C.
'V'S. While
4 in Jacksonville left Monday for her home in Lake WD L teacher.
I Colley. f BI ler. ; t.C. i I ed In Starka for a number of years Twelfth A'rlitlo-\tIlI! Middle too,

!1 and will bo remenibercd by many of Joyce Terry S.= S. howling:, prlno
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Ras Brinson mado a business trip' Mrs.! T. J. Griffin and little nephew, I r\\I'\\" '. our citizens us a salesman in the pal.
'I Mrs. B. F. of Rock Hill S. I
to Fiftono Saturday. N. T. Hitch, Jr., spent Friday in Jack- Bailey ( ; '" and give your : store of J. M. Alvarez lie has lived) I
returned home Sunday, after a vis .:./! I
sonville. ; stomach a 1111.'rovt.lca Ijn Springfield, :Mo., for some yearspnst .
with her sifter Mrs. L. II. EAst- \\KLM.IGUTKPUr:
Get your oleomargarine at J. C. I but has recently been
Manning, 35e a pound.Don't : I Strawberry crates ond cups at J. F.'C. 1 "the bit ofsweet" red l by his 111'11to the 1 :,trnllster-I "-*"""

____ Kicklitcr'a. ,{ In b nticialforai. I I territory. Ho may decide t.. make I II Mrs lloylu-Do you have all the
Miss Julia Register who has been .
light that need
I you
his home
in Starke and travel out
fail to attend Cruwder's:
great
her aunt Mrs. L. It. Eastman I'
removal sale, starting Jan. 19th. j John Dudson, of Norfolk, Va., gen- returned to her home in Lake Butler \t) Ucljn to cleanse from here. I Mrs. Doyle-I should wiy we do. I
eral-chairman of O. R. C., was a guest v &e: tectU and keep I hrlnng to sunshine society and my I

W. E. Yarborough left; last Tuesdayfor Tuesday of O. L. Beasley. Monday.Mr. 03 -fJ\ them heallby. | HONOR:' I ROLL .FOR It. II. S. I....m liuxhfiiid t>< moonshine. clubs..
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a trip to Illinois.
and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and
Mrs.[ J. R. Garris, of Philadelphia, Mrs. G. M. Sistrut.k Mr. and Mrs. .; : :':' 7 L I

Mr. and Mrs E. M. Johns spent j arrived Saturday and is visiting" her Frank Hoover motored to Gainesvilleand First (t'rnd.-nu, Sihilke, Dorothy

Sunday in Jacksonville.A sister Mrs. F. L. Turner. High Springs Sunday.Mrs. Florence Powell and children Mrs. Turner, Hugh. Addison, Florence Hassctt Business Cards
P. E. Canovit and daughter, Eunice; Peek,1Jr.
I VernaVngner, Sinclair
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. N. D. Wainwright: spent Sunday atOranl'e D. E. Knight spent several Mr. and, Mrs. N. Sternberg and children j I

Uoree on the 9th inst. Heights with his mother, MrsE. days in Jacksonville last week attending Mrs. James L. Fruzec. : Second j>rm la B.-Willie May Brown -- --

J. Wainwright. the Methodist State Mission meet Arthur Darby Jones, Mabel! Margaret \ Lumber! ,

Florida peanut seed at Kickliters. ing. I For strawberry crates and, cups sea Neir, Julia Tison, Marguerite\ Pre Lumber!
W. M Wainwright spent the week T. L. Wainwright, Ijiwtey. Cun sell vatt, Freeman Wilson., Miss Olive 1

Mrs. C. Morrow, of Tampa, spent end with his parents Mr. and Mrs N. Mrs. J. C. Stribling, who was tho present supply at 55 cents each, cash. Ray, teacher Lumber!

the week-end with Mrs. F. A. Scott.U. I)1. WainwrightProf. guest: of Mrs. 1). E. Knight: returnedto 1-1I1-2t Secon,1lralo, / A-Mario Brown, Joe

her home in Jacksonville Monday Wiggins, Thomas Cuson, William Tl- Borers Lumber Yard, Starke
of Jacksonville
D. Miner spent Tuesday in Jacksonville L. P. Pryor lessonsto evening v Numbers of friends here of Mrs.\[ min, Mury[ Brownlee, Grattun Cooper: ti
here to
attending to business. was Wednesday give Stanley C. Carnal), of Ormond, formerly Mary Brown.

t his music! class. Mrs. J. F. Colley returned Monday Miss Doris Scott, (gave, her a Third gnule U-Minnie \ Starling, 1886 ,

See the Gray Car at Boree's Garage: from Bronson where she had been to surprise miscellaneous shower yesterday James 1'oppull, PalmerVilhaniH, Victor -
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Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Bishop have asa visit her father J. E. Robinson who the packages(, being sent I Itf Thomas. Miss. Jessie Thomas,
DAVISINSURANCE
Mrs. W. W. Colson returned from guest her father, Mr. Prevatt, of hns been quite ill. mail!, to Ormond. This .harming miula teacher.

m visit to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. Green Cove Springs ncr of surprising tho bride gave, her 1 Third grade A-Grace Alvarez, Evelyn -
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternburg, and
imuh pleasure\ and was sincerely appreciated. Stump Maurice Morgan, flea
Mrs E. I.. Biggs spent several days family, of Starke, spent Sunday in
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and Mrs L. H. Hill, of Lawtey, I Fhvard, Ethulin White, Jeannette Underhill -
last week in Lawtey at the homo of this iity with his sister, Mrs. B. Fein- aMiss
in town Merrill Williamx Howard!
Wednesday. ,
were her father, E. J. Roberts. berg-Gainesvillo News. STARKE
: Mabel Welter entertained tho llydorn, Ben Sternberg.\
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Some new Sprinir Frocks just 'I have some punts and overall nt David and Walter Moo of Jacksonville Merry Workers Monday evening al I Fourth grade B-Hazel Adkins --------. -

arrived at Sternberg's. n good price J. C. Manning.\[ returned homo Sunday after- her homo on Cherry street. The Beverly Only: Alice Fernandez, Avn .lII/1)11/ItYf1)IJIQIUIIOO'L1QI! +t+rfrawlt'a:t j
tess served n delicious salad hlls'l Lou Poppc.ll!!, Rachel! Silcox, Muriel
after visit with their grandmother COFFINS & CASKETS
If it's quality it's lit Bennett Grocery Closing out all Winter Hats noon Mrs.a C. W. Liddon. to her (guests, who were Miss Silco, St. Elmo Sleuth, James Richard Ii a. f

Co. Suits and Coats at' Sternberg's. I Uglow Mrs.[ S. I. Peek, Mrs. J. L. j I Wainwright, Richard, Long. Miss And a Full Line of j

Peek, Mrs L. A. Reynolds, of Raleigh: I Eva: Powell teacher UnJrlalirt' SapplittAUTOMOBILE
I Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jackson- j I1.q
' Mrs. Efliu Miner of Lawloy is! visiting I N. C., Mrs.[ H. M. Snyder, Mrs Sarah I Fouith\ grade\ A-..Elton:[ Cone, !Merrill -
\ Double mesh hair nets, only ville, is spending awhile at the home
her sister, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. J I.,. Hamrkk Mrs. J. \. Mitchell and i iMrs. Kulrh Thomas:' Wilson, Howard I HEARSE
, 10 cents at Sternberg's.W. of her parents, lIl"un,1 Mrs. J. M.\
.. J. C. Robinson. Col: son. ,Alw r. on hanrf. TMe best Hr- i
x Cgil. D. E. Knight spent the first of J.-Griffin-- of Jacksonville-- wasa Alvarez. -- Fifth A'rule.-I..illl Dea Andrews, ..r. .! the lowest prices.. Special '. g

" the week in Ocala attending court. guest of.his brother, O. J. Griffin, There-will- be no service at St. The finest cluster of oranges wrenin Thulifm Andreu, Iris Brown June attention Krgli trrd to telegraph.:mbelmer.i or.. _
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the first\ of the week. Mark's church next Sunday as the Stnrke this season came from the! Bullen, Louino Hayes, Clara Louise[ I 7
Miss Clara Mae Shepard spent last Klngsley lake farm of A. S. Peek, Merrill\ McMillan, Theodore i -
Dunham U taking trip on
Uev. Dr. o Stril'k-I :
week-end visiting in Jacksonville.. Mrs. O. J. Griffin went to Waycross, the East Coast. land anti is on exhibition at the Young Miss Isabel Bullen, teacher. i DeWITT C. JONES

\' Ga.,,Tuesday to attend the funeral of of Starke. The cluster contains eight I Ii Sixth' graduIIollis Bowers, Ruth STARKE, FLA !

Get Ballard's Flour, self-rising, her sister-in-law, Mrs. Watson. Ballard & Ballard's Self Rising beautiful oranges.Mr. Sternberg, Itcusiu Pearl Tompklim. unlnmmt uulgunanlulnnuaaanmmml'ttntDesntn;
and Obelisk, plain, at,-J. C. Manning.Mrs. I i I ---
Flour the best on the market Bennett
Mrs. C. L. Moitt, of Jacksonville I and Mrs. William Baker of i. J
Grocery Co. IJDlIJmCmClllor.lInDmtJtDmrommmmmmIDIIIImuDmmIlIllHlUllll1( > : mmmIDl9 9
G. M. Inman returned Mon- is visiting her parents, Mr. and 1\Irs.1 Ontario, Canada, are visiting at the mtEmmmmNUNOt i

day from a trip to Petersburg, Va. A. M.' Andreu, and Mrs. F. B. Johns. I Dexter Kelly motored here Sunday home of Jno. Uglow and wife. Mr. Men Women
Baker id one of tho large farmers of I fr
from Arcadia to see his mother Mrs. r
Mr. and Mrs. '''S. R. Johns have returned Col. A. S. Crews returned Wednesday M. L. Johns, and Monday Mrs. Johns Ontario.R. t
from a short visit in Atlanta. from Gainesville where he had
and Mr. Kelly motored to Jacksonville Join the Brotherhood' of American
been in attendance at circuit court. A. Weeks was in town the first t
S. II. Hutchinson, of Jacksonville of the week. Ho had just been discharged Yeomen 1

spent several days recently with E. Mrs. O. i.. Beasley went to Tampa Have your net suit made t'<> from a hospital in Jacksonville -
f R. Neff. Mr. and his friends are glud
'" Saturday to visit her parents a fine (selection of wool many '*
; and Mrs. A. C. Durdcn. fabrics measure at Sternberg's. over his recovery. A Fraternal Society, lssueingt.egal Reserve Certificate
Messrs. Herbert Ritch and Carl -

Knight motored to St. Augustine last Mrs. M. V. Andreu returned to her Mrs. A. Price, of Kingston, PH., Attention Honor Roll 1'upiln .,

Sunday. home in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon came Friday to spend the remainderof I Twenty Year Pay Protection t
I after a visit here with relatives. 1 The honor roll for the month of
the winter here. Mrs. I'rice'a'friends Whole Life Death !
Chickens and eggs wanted J. F. December has now been furnished to o
"J are very glad to have her buck At Cost
Kickliter. 11221Miss Georgia Runner seed peanuts at in Florida. UK and we are ready to award a and Old Age

I Bennett Grocery Co. Christmas Savings pass book to eu, eh t

Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey, Is bars Roy Turner and, little daughter of the honor roll pupils. You will ( : \
the guest of her sister Mrs. E. I.. Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and LoiseUe, who have been visiting please call and let us know what club This i i. the largest Fraternal Society admitting men and :

Biggs. children spent the week-end with Col Mrs Turners parents Mr. and Mrs.F. you wish to join and your book will I women on equal basis. Homestead now being organized yin '

and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville.Mr. B., Johns, returned to Sumner last be issued to you with a credit of $1. Starke, Fla. Get in touch with the District or Local '1 ,

W. P. Knight, of Madison, spent Thursday.J. It. BANK OF STARKK.SOCTAL :. Deputies and join on the open charter.
and Mrs. J. L Frazee went to .
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. J. I

Kpperson.IHtf Jacksonville Wednesday and spent ,..... Andrews, Jr., local Ford dealer AFFAIR AT TilE CLUBHOUSE J K. L. ItKA.MKS: : District' lIt.&nIlIPr.. ; : \I"v
several days with friends and relatives. Jacksonville It. S. IIU.MI'IIKKV.: : Assistant '
in
spent Wednesday
line of Laces at 5c a yardat attending the, Ford dealers,.conven WILLIK M. Afil.V; :' Deputy.
Sternberg's. his The Protestant Brotherhood will 1
tion. He was accompanied by
I Substantial reductions on all entertain tho members of tho organi i
father, J. W. Andrews, Sr. (;llXImtlf.1mt:1111C1TDmmm arDraDc: iDtnanontniJK! :tJlClJWtllmallfDmtllmmwlt4: !

I). P. Carpenter has been confinedto 1922! loyal Society I'ucfcuges.; ;>.tHternberg's. ______ _-+- -w ---- L- __ __

his room for the past few days witha 1 Mrs. O. L. Haynes has aK guests ; ...... .....
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slight attack of the flu. this week her mother, Mrs. R. P. Mc-
Miss Aileen Alvarez returned I last ;

See the Gray Car at Boree's GarageDr. Thursday, Mm. Ralph front a Rhodes visit with of Tallahassee. her sister -- Larin W. E., McLarin of\ Fairburn., of,Atlanta Ga., and, and brothers Frank, Bank With Us Young Man!

McLarin, of Fairburn.
Herman Harris of Jacksonvillewas -- I -
the guest of E. S. Matthews last I I j The Protestant Brotherhood will Woman,!
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin of Law- -. Young
the
Sunday.;' entertain next Tuesday evening in
ley and their guest, Mrs! J. C. Chan- of and '
Woman's Club building< !, in honor
0. L. Bcaslcy spent Saturday In dler, of New York, were In Starke on the Ladies Auxiliary of the Presby

Jacksonville looking after business Wedn duy. terian church and a few invited! Your life is before you. ("

mtltters.i Mrs. Sarah L. Ilamrick and Mrs. guests. I I Grow With Us Success or failure will de,

,
i'" Eugene Bennett, of Hawklnsvllle, Rev; J, C. Diggs, who at one time t.

': Ga., is visiting his brother, G. M. Uen-! "SHOPPE ELITE" was pastor of the Methodist church pend upon your own efforts.

: nett. here, hall been sent by the bishop to

I'. ,, Red Bliss Seed.. Irish Potatoes. at I Spartanburg address, U S. C.13.:, and Howard his parsonage street.- If you start right and gal right you will be right and end right.

f' Bennett Grocery Co. You are cordially invited to.attend the Friends here are glad to know that .

Mrs. J. C. Hoover and :Mrs. Edward Spring Openingof the"Shoppe change.Mr. Diggs_ hall such a desirable As a beginning, start a savings account in this bank and accumu- '1


to Burns see went the play to ,Jacksonville"Lightning.) "Saturday, Elite" Mrs Mary N. Brail:thaw, of St. late money instead of t frittering it away. Then when the great

pn exclusive Hat and Gift: Shop Louis Mo., who i 111 visiting Mr. and i.

.' Price slaughtered, at Crowder's re-I January TwentiethNln"t..en Mrs. W. E. Dougherty, ha* purchasedthe opportunity comes---as it will---you will be ready for it and suc-

moval sale.r Hundred and Twenty-three property where Chief Kite for- will be assured. others have the bottom and
st.1 merly lived from the Bradford Coun- cess Many begun at

Mr. and Mrs.[ William Baker of Thin shop will make a specialty of ty Bank. Mrs. Bradshnw will Improvethe

:' i, Imported and Pattern Hat, Hand property and rent same for the I I reached the top. Why not you?

I cousin time being, but later expects to make !
Painted and other gifts suited to all
Stark her future home. She is well
I t of Jacksonville, spent oceanionn. Only the moat exclunir
Carr Colley, pleased with...this section.
and advanced styles millinary. ) will
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"' IF YOU ,HAVESourSii he'shown"SHOPPE Sunday the following party motor f

f' .,PU..SIc"H.. ".. 1 ed to Gainesville: Mr. and Mr. Ed R.
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t ....i.ilaa.. JM .... *.p tiM.vJTutt's The :BanI( ojNelp/ul Service

'1 i ELITE"Mr. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDm0bf iE.

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;f" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. SfAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 19, 1923.
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j ,'\' -- UBl'TEK JURIES NEEDED spent Sunday with relatives at New pretty good conundrum and decidedto :
is \yl'," '" I River.J. try it on his wife.

,. '{ :_...................................--...-............. I As there Is more lawlessness in this D. Baxter spent the' latter part "Do you know why T am lika a
\f 50 ( country now than ever before thereis of the week at LaCrosse with his mule?" he asked her when ho went

',. more need now than ever before for nephew, T.'B.' Pinholster. home.
,'s+ With The I good juries. It matters not how upright Emrn Mutheny is on the sick list "No" she replied promptly. "I

I c GOOD j and capable our judges may bo this week know you are, but I don't know why
1.. they cannot enforce justice if the ju- Jno. Shriver and daughter, Marguerite you are"
County 1 Ties are bad l. for the juries must decide who have been in Jacksonville _
CIGARETTES them' for the two week! ,. cane
the facts and in deciding past

I i*.............................,...........................--.. I I they may even ignore the law the home Friday. QUARTERLY: DIVIDEND
J : judge gave them in the charge. In :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen were visitors -

'trk I' 10 J civil cases the judge may grant a to Gainesville Sunday. Old 1..I'tly..Son. can you direct me

FLORIDA (iI : I I above 300 I new trial and he may grant: one. in p. M. Barefoot was on the sick list to the I'coplc's Bank
VANCING:/ : which were l (i criminal cases where the defendant last weekend.Dr. Boy-Yassum, for quarter..
I; dozen acreages! e IlK convicted, but a criminal who Is King, of Lake Butler, made a Old I.ally-Isn't that mighty high
GENUINE
better this y found by a jury not guilty is beytnd call) hero Friday afternoon. pay my boy? t
An authority I age may bo BULL" the reach of the law. Leroy! Forsyth was a visitor to Boy-No, ma'am; not for a Bank !J;
the state says that :: \
I There will bo The legislature will meet in three Sampson Friday. director.
f
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grapes !; ages planted ; DURHAM months and( it should make change I R. A. Weeks, who has been in Jack- .
?'. approach the I:i I this season TOBACCO in the jury system that will tend to sonville the past throe weeks for A fool may meet with good fortune *
biggest Benson's ) *
plantings in -- --- -- Improvement. It should HO legislatethat treatment camea home last Friday.Mr. but the wise only profits by it. :.
l A decade/ ago, 'also. This means that the fertilizer : no man who is wanted for jury and Mrs J. W. Surrency and lA

y introduction of ::i The become incorporated into the soil service can avoid it and no man whois children,] of LaCrosse were visitors Discontents arise from our desires I.I
'I Y1 grapes was begun I ( that there will be less danger of i
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hunch grapes not wanted can get on the jury. hero Sunday afternoon.P. oftener than from our wants.
j common plantings: i will be limited to the seed from the caustic\ ac And when we speak of the desirability" M.\ Barefoot !.tIle nt' first of this .
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t dozen vines, /! I of the fertilizer I"
t r suitable of a juror we refer' to his' desirabilityfrom week in Jacksonville: attending Ma-
k l' There!! were a few to reliable It is a good) idea to follow\ the first tho .standpoint\ of the lawabiding sonic Grand Lodge. A TOJMIOdrove's

v 'f, \ ings, from one to '' petus is being with one or two others about public-not his desirability by a S. A. Bryan of Starko, \' ..s n visitor Tasteless chliJ; Tonic lepjnrr
.S i years later who ment of week intervening between the two litigant or a defendant who wishes" to to our town one day of last week. Energy and Vitality by Purifying amt
; : troduced. varieties) ) i year than Tim is advised because defeat justice.No Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were vis--I i Kuril-hint!) the Blood. When you fed Its .1 p'|
,11': nized: the I more and I is liable to kill the first plant I itors to 1IICa'ollseIond: :&)' afternoon. i str..IIlthenlnll.lnvlglJrntlng effect. Bee how ,|
increased and) I A second third citizen shouM be permitted to It brings color to the cheeks and hour
industry is unexpectedly. or Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler
qt rat-: ',acreages put in, / & )Livestock might; escape the frost and escape jury duty by failing to register will fill his apointment here Sunday it improves the appetite you \ii;l (be*
?, p4, I nn acre or two. to and pay his poll tax, in fact, no appreciate its true tonic value.
produce practically :
up a crop it the Baptist church. Everybody invited (
T s'un The results from early as the first planting would man should bo permitted to evade his Greco's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply .
n'' t. ages were HO PACKING; :-. (: :/ :/ i poll tax. It should) be assessed against {ro.. :and Quinine suspended in syrup. Sopleasant '
him and! collected through tho sale of even hildren like it. Tho blood
yt 'tr llit .ruble impetus Melon planters should consult their HE OUGHT' TO KNOW:/ BETTERThere I
growing Bigger The Armour his property if he does not pay. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
t plant at I agents so that control mean '' The state of Florida' : is in the altitude Enrich it Destroys Malarial! germs ant
interested and for.diseases and Inserts may bed I and at is no usw -rying to joke] with Grip germs: by Its Strengthening Invlger-
ed for of hiring men not to vote
,;, II: years common later and larger there ment that it : !' at the proper time, and that the same time the people of the state a woman. The other day Jones heard I aunt, HiTi-ct. ,.1"' *

j ously which : may combine to buy sup- lire Complaining of them for not vot- 1'
still bigger and sell produce. co-operatively.!
j -' Within the past stockman of ing. It is not merely true that a man l lFiiiic
be saved this '
'4 terest in Now if the can in way. cannot vote who has not paid his poll
_ \, grape ( i
r ,yfi has devi loped ida legislature, ; tax but as it works it Is true also thatif I
hibiting stock 'OUNTY AGENTS':/ REPORTS' he does not vote he need not pay
ftntuii, was given
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+'( formation of the supplemented I' his: poll tll"(. The state of Florida!
?I ers Association tho interest I Iscambil&-Last: season some of our pays any of) its citizens who acceptthe ..

the 100( mark in > live stock were persuaded\, co-operate 'proposition two dollars to stay
e f. held'" u half I dozen take on a new ordering a carload of certified seed away from the /hells It also, ""('
Ily! t lions.( ters. now ) Results were such that the them from jury service and this exemption I I
.
Salinfadory rating in will have no other kind of is prized very highly by a "
The interest in the state ] I ,, now and all brokers and whole I'' .lass of men who, would make intelligent -

Florida hue ple at large. ... are handling nothing elso. voters! and intelligent jurors.
suit of the ( the kind of \ I Legislation should he enacted by .
the plantings of houses and Flakier-Farmers are busy plant- i which it would be made] impossible HAROLD HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON Jr. "
tics of /grapes, stock tho the early Irish potato crop. Con for the sheriff to pick up jurors from President VlcoPr..id S... & Tru.

troduclion was ,,/. chase supplies are ideal and several thousand i: the men who hang around the couri Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry '
r ago. It has been no reason why will be planted. I house in tho hope of being summoned 1
strntcd that .' of the leading for such service. When a panel of Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices

:at /grow a number of South and it Wakulla-Am >till kept busy treat ;i jurors is exhausted another should be Prompt Shipment .
that have range is cholera. Interest is I drawn from the box-not summoned
i grapes ( hogs against A.k neighbor...He know.
r cated. Eustis' I from the crowd present or from the your
this state and it in cotton culture and live-
I ( Get New Fall li. Before
price t Buying
should
streets. And the judges keep
r Yen that a number raising ,
in. aro of sufficient ; I an eye on the jurors and when it i Is E. '0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Fla.

,, ,f qualities, which {' Duvnl-The superintendent of the found) that a jury has made a finding
Harmony is 4'I] unquestionably at variance with the
at, disease readily. prison farm is making a de I
varieties. in those homes fight against San Jose scale law and the evidence the names of ,
With the dishy : the men making such a finding should -
Permanent (
a demonstration peach orchard by -- ---- -- -- -- --- - --
P' ., 1 proven a practical with lime sulphur ((1 to 7)) be taken from the jury box. The law I
Florida. Ten Let us never my suggestion. The regular spray should make some kind of provision
w e healthy growth of vation of the for other diseases and In- by which a man having! proved. his unfitness -
rlotloa adapted portant labor will be carried out according to I for jury service would be ex,:.
sipated the fear i ster. I I eluded from such service.-Tlmes-

', might not be long Union. .

,1 t'" .' have gone through To keep) ink Bay-Culled a flock of poultry of I
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state continue to marking birds. Many people] arc selecting BROOK ER rr.
i* ful qualities that \ heavy pencil sites placing orders for next j
'. ', year planted. That pencil) with the delivery of young trees. They Brooker Jan. 19.-Mr. and Mrs. CHASSIS
( be expected of /. 'f"I grow cover crops this year to Joe Roof of Live Oak were here on
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a vineyard In the Hearer of their: land in good shapo for the Thursday greeting friends.
ed for several years Ignorance and of trees next winter. Prof. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville,
i l is just as true in l ng into all ; was a visitor here last W dnesday.Mrs. New Price '
where. But grapes) community Taylor-Co-operntivo fertilizer or D. J. Byrd and daughter, Ethel ,

: treatment in Florida are coming in with a rush as of Graham were vistors to our '
;. 'a, other climate. Florida pays as orders for cotton seed. I' town Wednesday.Miss .
j : oughly ... for the Marteil Harrell of LaCrosse

', 300 Acres in (; That -Packing houses are resum- was visiting friends here Thursday t
r' I p One county In the long time, but operations after the holiday sea afternoon.N. .'

it is said will have T.% Ritch of Stance, was transacting .
business here last Wednesday
I be QulobM l .:.at Dot "Farmers -Definite plans have been Mr. Matthews, of Lake City was a :.

TIVK....n": .IIROMO.. of Its QUININE tome and: ( or their ship ; for our county agricultural exhib- prominent visitor to our town Thurs-
by anyone witnnut rmminil to meet it, to be _held _in_ Kissimmee January
a, Hi tlm bo..... & : > day.Lois
than <] Growers and business men of and Toledo Gainey were
\ it. in the county are taking much among house on the sick list last weekF.

P. Lyman of Alachua, was attending
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(: ():'/ to busines shere last Thurs- ,

ON -.Spent most of tho week day.Mrs. )\ F. o. a r I
A farmers relative to fertiliz Jno. Shriver had a severe at- DETROITThink
Watermelon Ordered 500 fruit trees most of tack of acute indigestion Wednesday _
lla should I were! pecans. Also placed an night. Her condition is somewhat Im- .j j

v ;! by for 2000 satsuma roved at this writing.
or North I
,I The many friends of T. B. Pinhol- !
a I "I have taken few days ,' -W have organized a nuts ster regret to learn of his serious ill
down New land is at DeFuniak "Springs and soon ness at LaCrosse where he Is visit- .
s I I nervousness and '! you cannot section can get what it wants in ing his mother. !Mr. Pinholster contracted -
7 I and I was where trees. i typhoid l fever and at this writing -
v x j 'Mrs. Silvie fur five is very ill. t,4.
/xt li Ii: Okla. "Cardul the risk of Rosa-Have taken orders for Ella !Mao Hazen left Sunday for j("
t'q. of good-so much of numbers ,of pecan trees for far Gainesville, where she will attend
t I'
Ii, to my daughter. University this week. school. of it! For only $235
I plained of a Watermelon Messrs. Roy Reddish and F. GriffU -
can now buy this efficient
and back. and to Gainesville for medical of Lawtey were visitors here Sun you ,
4 bottles of before /\ after being run over by a day afternoon.L. economical and reliable Ford .
a seedbed .! car which was being switched on A. Brown and J. L. Shriver were
: plant food in Waldo early Saturday 'visitors to Starke 'Sunday. Chassis.
of a good a section foreman of the S. Chester Andreu of Eustis was vis.
HlT1 About ten railway, who gave his name as iting relatives here Friday. With a body to suit your

; '600 off the of died'at the hospital Sunday Mana Leila Mae:!\ and Troy Andreu needs, it enables you to imme- ,
pounds His right leg was cut com- .
work it into oft about his hip and his left 'Cold:' Cause urip an<1 Influenza diately increase your trade

s .::1 The where 1 and foot were badly crushed when LAXATIVE BROMO Ot1NINETiblen/ ...m..lht
front wheels of the bar passed can.... There 'It only ODe "J-v QulnlM.' zone, satisfy more customers, It ,j'
''i and her To Stop a his body. lIe lived for about two K.W GKOVE'S!: .)''"....".oo bo*.' 31*. reduce your delivery costs f "

i better. llA YES' after the accident occurred. Mr. w
i Cures Malaria Chills,
and make
medicine more money. ,
.g'b a "We have is said to have been walking
Jennings for 26 the across the tracks in the 666 and Fever Dengue or
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A box of
: Terms if desired.J.
Now.
I'' we have our own : VE for Chest at Waldo when a freight car Bilious Fever. Buy .
> I': I have had to U enclosed. "kicked" into a sidetrack. He
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''I I as this country II III H E .. to have noticed the passage
I and it made it children
t I, "I WISH I The hrallnil een.t \ track and apparently did not LOUISVILLCKr.Lt.ba.br4 'f:' FORD, LINCOLN. FORDSON
women olCardui of the freight ... STARKE. FLORIDA.I
"the Ihrrait c< of the possibility 1831 : tiC C
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that helped give kln nun stops being shunted to the track over ..... tm."' asdti ,.;.ft t'' ) I \.
to go on and do Both rwmmfleft are he was walking. .' Mbor' i : I'I
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ing its regular daily trip to lIavu I i U. S. KEEPS OUTEUROPEAN I with her father E. J. Roberta. j i[, to-wll : I,

Which Is Lal-ger Four hundred pounds of mall were J. W. Andrew. Jr. of Starke wasa f'la111! ? Nombi ..a. tola. 234 t-I t,
Blk i C In Jonoa Ad.lltlon to Stark' .. II..... 2_.
lost with itAccording I MESSMA visitor to Lawtey Thursday; I Ii 1 Tp.NIr'a., 0. fl. R. 23 B.. umnilvd.Mn. Mary K A'' 1

to on account of tho accident i Mrs. I.. J\. Marr and children and Cortlflralo No. 18S ntlirac ii shout 4 A

the Sui'i or a CentThe given by Pilot Miller, ho notic- I, i !Miss delta Blunt-hard wore shopping K In!: "f HW railway Cor nf A NW W n Qnnrlt-r> A ..f N of Itnlf SW Quarter of RW '1*,

ed that the engine was missing and \' IK RAWN' INTO 11' LATER in :Stavlui' Friday. Quaver of SW Quarter ox 1 A tar rhurcli.
am. 3D Ti'. 8. S. H. 28 B., 10 .
inn awnMi-4
made landing, the plane fulling- on ON: AGAINST WII.I. SCCKB-: Mrs Fortune Moulin, of Jacksonville ,Unknown.CVrllflpnt. r

is the but hold top of a wave and being/, catapulted TAKV IIL'KIIES IS PKEPAUiNC is spending a few days hero with NW Qu......*..Nn..B.....9t(12.inhrm To. '1*.* S KK. B.Quarter Ill, K.. of(0 .'
sun largest you can into the middle of the' next one The FUR EJIEKGKNCIES. her parents. err.p n.i>r>....l Unknown. f

the cent so close to your eye that you'll two children were killed by the impact Mrs II. Wimborly and daughtore : of Crllfleato SW .Quart.No..,. 8w.108 18..mh......_. B.., 8.NR K.Qunrl.-r M K.. 1
I 4U "or* wMraiJ Samuel. W. Drown.
lose with a wave while they were The gentle arts of Misses Winifred find Doth, of ('.-,1 Iratr No. HO ,',"bra"... S Half. of flvr
diplomacy huvliifj
sight of the sun. Don't let a cheap asleep in the cabin Mr. Atkins and I Highland, were visiting friends hero Quarter, 8... 11. T|>. e. S. It. 81 K.. 80 a......
failed utterly to dissuade franco nKwil A. II. Alvnrok. \
price or a big can baking powder make Miss McDonald were swept (?(T th) i iwreckage from her Saturday. Gn/firnte/ No.81 embrace* NK Qunrtrr
"great adventure" into the '
of MR: Qiwrlrr. Arm 17 Ti. 7, 8. R. gi U.
I Mrs W. H. Miner
by a wave. and Miss Nolle
heart of industrial ',I.' lit Hero. niuoi'-it Unknown
Frail-
you lose sight of quality.CALlJWlET. The survivors were rescued by the Germany, Roberts were shopping in Jackaon-I ('.,tltI.sl" No. 2UH embrace., *\V Quar1i. r
dent ]larding!: and,) his Advisors 'linvofull.v of NK: Ounrtfir A "latm 1284 .... it. T..,.
ferryboat Henry M. Flakier] which' .' launched the American \ illo Thursday j M|. .1. R. 22 K. 2'1& un*. HMHHUwii IHvlruM
governmoat MfK Co.CiMtUttnt
was three-quarters of a mile away at Hubert Ulaiichurd) was a visitor to ; ;
.
Ni
upon n policy' of \vatihfu: >waiting" 2U2 rmhraern NW Q""...r
I the time of the accident and saw the Lake Butler! Sunday of Slt ijunrlvr; Bee'n.I( :. s. tl. R. 2. 1 K: .
toward events abroad.France' Hi norm. AMITWM; ; : *
lp plane fall. Several attempts to reach j Mr*. James Rafusc. and children, of11''airbnnhs I'nLrx, aiil c.rtlflcntca nhnll IM* mlifm.ilnceorithiir ,
,I consolidation of her position tn h.... Inv Brad will $IHHUO throe.
the wreckage had to be made beforeit | ] are spending Cow '
11.1)
u s en i Ihr I''tit ilny of '
in half a dozen Ruhr cities clo- Fnni-uarv. A. U. 1'>2.'I.: .
was accomplished, because of the horn with relatives. \VitniHn mv olflrlnl Hlirnaliiro anil went 'ih.. M
simile the ominoiiB rumble from Berlin ,Intill' day of January, A. P. mesa
\
The high seas and the lifeboat hud a terrific Lester Olsen, Waycross, Gu.,.visl (r W. Al.lnOltMAN.\
E o o BnH1Mt: Fl WBiJEF1 brought no comment/ from udniinis-
y I iHcull Clerk Circuit court,
battle with tho waves before it I i l itcd his parents hero ::;ulldll)'. i i I Urftiltard
Nation officials County. Kla.
other than reitera- j
reached the Flagler. a i I:. U. Wells is in Jacksonville attending 'I B> C. A. KNIRUT.:

rear-.::;w -...,rc. tion of statement that fur the time be. 'J the Masonic grand lodge.Arthur IItit2II, .. .__. __ .. _. r..PIlI1Clr'. .
i Is the quality I cav- ',;;....... ''NQ.. ..Owcf...) ingat least, all effort at .\merlcan1IIl'IIilltion | ; NOTICK OF NTOCKIIntPERS :
MKKriNO
......... :L.\ '" and Charlie Wllkerson of
..=-:: | Nollcu I U .
enerforrealecono -- WI TOO, WERE CAUGHT Iwvc been abandoned. i iPispito h..b anon that the raffular. AM-
Maxville) were in town Tuesday. i iniftl mcrtinv' of Ou .rliltotilvr. of tho Dank
in the kitchen 'r'wlu ornrNUr the thoroughgoing| manner j I of fttnrliv will I",, held In It* tirinklnpr rounM ,
r omy Tho Enterprise received an order in which Franco has !gone about the G.V.. Moscley\ Sr., and son wero l j In Htnrlt 1 Klnrldn, tin Tuitadny; Janunry1 lk,
141.
LIJMIR ill 7:11) p. m. to flitl n Inert. of diner I
iz, ahvaysuseCalumet, for on advertisement from tho Parker business of "taklnsr over" in the Ruhr transacting business In Starko Sat- i lont fur the nnuInK year ami In trunriaotothrr

on,. trial will convince leNr[NT11My Farms of Atlanta Gu., n firm who II, the opinion is well nigh uminimotu urd.iy. I IMr. .), unnlnuM n* mnv CKO.: tame C li Will>f..r
C" claim to sell plants. They enclosed a among the highest ctlU-ials of this and Mrs. Newsoin, of Starku' --l-l-12-! C'anhfcwHti : .

you. ;; 'a check for $1.00 on tho Atlanta National | government that Franco has "bitton were. guests Sunday of 111 r. and Mrs.J. I NOTICE: OP FINAL DISCIItRG11-----

The 1 )hank. We deposited this check'j I oil more than she can chew," AS one i A. Howe. Nollo I f. hcnby irl\i-n lo all whom It 4
sale of Calumet nur
to our account and after several days oflk-ial expressed it, find that this will I Frank Green, of Waldo spent Sunday .I li"....rn.. thut nn the filh Any of hVhrunrv. a. j
HI J.I: I hull randy .
lo the
llonornbl
is over 150% q1 n '1pE it was returned marked "No Account II' bo demonstrated within sixty d.iys. I i hero with Mr. and Mrs. Charles lim-n.' l.nhfit of .,,101 court an JUI'. ,"'. of irtiliM It., A. IX\t I
fir
Parker Farms." tny llnit dlnrhnruo nn Mitu., nlntratrtr nf th'
greater than that of I as Until this fact hAil been brought Uinkins.Foitune. 1 1 *>tli of 8 l>. i'u:07i' : ili' >ai.ril ; end, tlmt ak
ll :
'"'n awe.nwovJ Such business as this keeps a fellow's home to Paris, however, it would. be ) Moulin, of Jacksonville I .Iii. p.. ,,... tint tm-flpiit; my Onmla '. '
.lIn''
other a nilntlnlHtriilor{ of mild, ...title
any baking book and bank account in n con- useless for the United States or any spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 111'1 ark fin their ..ppnHalJON an4 .,

powder. DE3T BTf TZET tinual I11'SS.0" have instructed) the other /government to propose remedial 1 Padgett.I I m2.s.M."-snd! .\rllAN M. A.lntinlatraW BORES

sheriff of Fulton county to find these measures, according to the opinion It.ildwin Marr und Brownie Bennett 1 hntril, PlrPrmhi'r Pill, A H. IIU2__ i I

"' .. __......:J parties and enforce the bail check law, I voiced I nt the Whit1IolI!!(, and at iof J lliu.hlai.d, spent Sunday hero. I NOTICE' TO rONTIMCTOIIS' I .
71111 1VDR.LD'::; GTE, ; ( pui's! ; :...oT PG 'J'R: I fViili'tl Ilila' will l hn ncplvifl
IS/
intend to follow in all the ItnantI
.. ,...... a procedure we the State De artm nt.
of Jacksonville
A. U. Uowilen ,,
--- ---- -- ---- was linn' TriiHticii of Itratlriirtl Otuntr 'I.....
such future cases, regardless of wh, That dovolopnu'nts'abroad 1 demand I the Wc.l1dfuest' of relatives here. I ... lit the olTici, of Iii, Sncntary nf the*boanlnt Lf'Lf'nf. .
I may '
issues the check. Slni-kt Florida, anal J .. ...."k m.l ",., nf
the attention of Secretary of James itoilwin was a visitor to tho January SO. 10:!''I. and nt lint tlmo nnbllrlr I .
TilE POSITION OF FRANCE; the devastated) region the French A'ov-I We trust our exchanges will keep n I ( on,'nnl. for "uunHlruiM' >c ur Imiirovlnir Ito' ',
Slate 11 lies )
the sent Sunday.
in future county
UK near was fijllawlnv rnnilH or ...'i..no or
ernment has paid at the present rate lookout for thin firm and get a P. 0.1| indicated today by Jlr Iluglies'"con- I Arthur Swart-/ was transacting bus- j|i, fnril manly, : romla In lra '.

The efforts of France to of exchange: ( $1,000,000,000 as rt'pllrll-I I money order. If their plants are asl, Itoml No. 0. T.nwtry tn tho C...... Honda. 1
make |
Germany : ditional" ncccpliincu of an invitation\ 111<''''' in Jacksonville Friday. | Al.primltnaK' tinirth 19 "II'H. u
pay up her war indemnities tions! for damaged property, $2,!">00-1 l good as their ch'cks-g'oud. nijjht. ]! to. attend) tho Piin-Ainerican confcrcnco I Mrs. George) Anderson, and Miss 1 Itonil, No. ml. Ijiwlpy in Ito Clny count !II.! ... ,.
I Aimniilmnli l""'tKth, ,.
III mill
together with Germanys reluctance I i I 000,000.- for damages to persons! and00,000,000 Arcadia Enterprise. at Santiago/: seven weeks hence.Previously Kva: Redding spent the weekend with lti>. to meet her $ | as interest on the -- ) length 7.0 mil*.*. I
agreed, payments have money and friend in Orlanl) ".
: It had been" understoodthat I relatives! Nn. .
'
Rngd 4. Mtnrkn tnNew .
i
resulted in the reparations muddle, < I I it borrowed to make the first two VAIUA': ] IOS OK n.omn.is Secretary ]11)UK'IK'S would ita i which bids fair damage payments. And it will cost MORE THAN $121,100.000 I H.'il.l! No.3. Bnirko In New River. A-
to split wide apart
Chili
I !i and preside at the suasions of ford 'rhureday.1Ve )j nntxlninto, Ivnirih 10.A mitr. ,
the former allies of tho World War approximately $;,000,000,000 more to 1 the conference and )probably) visit n I are picking strawberries right/ t Ii>nil No. Kl: HlarK' to tlm Clny tfourity line.,
complete the work. I Decrease from Last Year's : j I Aiiii'ii\liiiHt' Irnitlh' Ii.I in.It*. I .
and to Slight j I 't"
entangle all Europe in its number of South American capitals: on. While every grower is picking a I.. Ilimil N... 13. Komi' No. 14: lo the ('I,..
snarl.] From France is facing Assessment-Some Counties Show I Inky II..... Atiirnnlninl' limulh. !2.A mil....
England, from Italy, a desperate situa- I bi'fure'returninjr to the United Statoi.The1 few, J. II. !Moore and calms nrc still In I J
Thi tolal)
qilnritilli-ii of till* hum
tin whlrh
from Belgium, even from the United tion, a situation as desperate economically A Considerable] Increase state department has announced) the lead with 25 crntei and 20() quarts| 1 pnnnniulii. NI-O lialnid are. apiiroxltnnUily' ..

States have tome suggestions for as was that of a military nature I I thut Mr. Muichcs' acceptance. of time i for, last week with the outlook for III i fltllllWH; 1rUniinir and urntililmr. S-11.5 mere. I

settlement of the tangle, but to all during the first few weeks of the war. According to figures tabulated In''! Chilean invitation was only conditlon-I larger picking for this week. ,1. Kxi'inullnn. l.'l.flin O.I. yitH.

France has turned a deaf car. France And these few figures may shed some the state comptroller's office, the to- I ul, and that, in any event, lie probably i !Moore picked a quart the first\ of T'I ll Kimil! ,iicli.innrlilna|ln., 1701)urmlintf tin, ft.tf.0.15 alatlona. ,

evidently wants what is due her by light on the firm stand of the French till valuation of tho state of Florida l I would not spend morn than a week In i I],, week and sent it to Judge! Call of I RlriiPturvn.' ion..100 ft board ..,.*.u..... I.
I I'I..y mirfni-lnir nrnturtel02tt0: t
the terms of the Versailles peace regarding the question of German roc 1022\ is $121,118,511. This makes South America. II. S. 1'0111'1 I, hv his father, J. II. MO..l'I'j I Mivlniinil Hhaitlnir, anml'day' eti .yih",t***, .

treaty and the Paris government is reparations. a total decrease in value as compared i iI i i No reason was assigned for thisIapparent I Thin <'fn/irt contained twenty-six lnrries. I,I 271 Kurh 1 till u"mail yila<.ir. mx-llon of nin.l. will .b'

going to collect even if it ostracizes .- -1 with 1921 of $, (GJjI.!)( !) Tho total change of program, but it i Tho Missionary variety so far x 11+..41',1 w u.un"... nm 1 to n I.. l arm I nllan of eon'i lie ,:

itself from every one of its former. I SEAPLANE WRECK SUKVIYOKK I valuation of 11)21) was: $121,01)5iS3.:) I Is understood. tho European situation this Benson have been extra: fine., They litw biddiT 1 will to IIH 1 In*01.mmlii.". Irl.nn..thin."...h..biuilH.Alfworli ..... .with (topliinn J

allies and must make a display of ARE NOW OUT OF DANGER Most of this decrease is in personal and the probabilities or American intervention I' were selling for $8 per crate at tho and In.l.u.tI"o.l ,iriimrnl provlnlonii.appHiil S',I
I Irovhlunx| .i>t>elllrntlnnrj, ami |>r<>piiMlanil !
force to collect from Berlin. property as 41 of tho 61 counties in I abroad before summer, depot MandmiyVhllu the Missionary eunlrnrt nf llradford rounly.Kiich .

There has been a disposition to crit I Key West, Jan. 14.-With the exception I the state show a decrease in the assessments j I had ml'It) necessary to lellvo a loop is considered: earlier than the Klondike find': rhiTk bid nn muiit it bo bank accompanied In Hradfuril' by .*rounly.rniiflt iH>rtl..

icise the French government for its of Mrs. Edwin F. Atkins} the of personal property while I hole through which Mr. Hughes[ could I llio Klondyko plants are close ,lifiyHhl In K H. Mnttlu'WH. eta rmnnllouril ,

unyielding stand in the matter of ;i condition of the five survivors of the only 20 counties shows nn increase. cancel his South American invitation un tho heels of I mho Missionary and, I the, amount nf IImil Mil. Trutn AH nvldi'lico. for of llv ici'ml. i....fulfil rent nmlmi of i Ii{t

reparations. It has even been said j| seaplane Columbus which wrecked Heal estate assessments show nn Increase if necessary. will bu( only two or I three weeks be a iriinrnnlfii tlmt If nwnnloil' the rontrnotthn i I
was l.l.l.li-r will t* iut. th. anal MOrl and ft" 'g
that France not only is preventing and sank in in 33 and a dccrrasq in 28 hind. "
,I the ocean twentyonemiles Irond a reuutred.
the economy rehabilitation of Europe northwest of Havana yesterday counties. Assessments of railroads, LAWTKY: 1,1.1.Tlm.'.' rlulit l* ", ,'rv..1 tn n-Jwt any or all t-tJ

but is threatening the continent with afternoon with the ]loss of four lives telegraph. and l Pullman companiesshow SYMPATIIKTIC:' : I'Is.nd pH1rnllonB filly It* tern at th*

another war. These things muy or was reported as not serious toni'ht.Mrs. an increase in every county except Lawtey Jan. I!).-Mrs. W. E. To- olTirv if the enmity rnulnw. end coiilr' .nfI
/: I hw HI..II1.HII"n.| may b. .bl..lnw" from 11w j
may not-be so, but there are certain Atkins, whose husband, a New 7, while D4 counties show an increase ''rode was a visitor to Starke Friday. 1'rllmp-Clln't you help| a poor fel- :; irrlary of Ihn board.I'\"U,HO pry copy t
fact which are worth knowing before in this assessment. I ("pl.| of th* plan nMnlnpil tramIhn .
York capitalist, and their two chil- Mrs. Fryer, of Gainesville Is visiting low u little ? I have lost my leg ptrnmry of the hoard. at $2.90 forI.I eeea '1\\

final judgment is taken on the Euro- dren, Edward F. Ill, five years old, The real estate assessment the past her daughter, Mrs. J. L. and- .... nr 7.DO for the IC.eompl.te N. 'tt"r.Wll. 4

pean republic.Ten and David three, perished in the year is $28HO 10,607 or approximately 10.: J. Roberts was a visitor HurrclI'j Business Man-You have lost your C. A. FUTCII. Ch.I"" ". I
years ago an American dollar wreck is 08 per cent of the total assessments. win \\'e"nesdIlY.Mrs. Hi..r.*(.... 1'4g5..1.1MISTKIt'S -.
suffering from I'm
I exposure log say ? I cant help you. .
you ---- --
-- -
would buy five French francs Today I and fears were expressed lest pneu- The year before real estate was assessed R. R. Thisdo, and Mrs t.:. K. but 1 have seen nothing of it.: $11.5Nancy

er that same dollar will buy 13 of those monia might develop. However it at $27C,27a,0!' or approximately Bur ('y were shopping in Jacksonville sorry, advertise for ItChiIto I I. herrl.y nlvi-n that unikr. and hv
Y
dun't .
Why you virtue of that ei-rlnln flnnl ilvrrp .f fnNrioii.ur.
same francs. The difference in valueof G3: per cent of the totul aHS'SSments. -
I was stated there was no immediate Wednesday. Liar. ; mH''<* by the Judge of the Eiirlith JuillouelClrrnlt ,' ,
the franc of ten years ago and the danger. She is staying at the home Personal property for the* S. A. Bryan, of Starke, was a visItor of liirldn.. In henry ultllnu. In tarlreult a
,..
franc of today is nothing more or ]less of a friend hero and apparently has year 1922 is assessed at $7! ,r.r 71,120, here Friday. SEABOARD TRAIN[ SCII3DULK: the. tint court dny of for 1>MruiKonl....",,,.,. county A. I>.,llllii.Florlila.In favor i

tliur the financial cost of the World not yet realized the full extent of the or about 19 per cent of the assess | Mr. and l Mrs. K.: 11. Wells motored of Empire:enniplnlnant.l.umlMir and t'ompniiy.an-aln H.a *J.onor n-..

Wa to France. The result is that tragedy it was said. Miss Grace Mc- ments while in 1921 the personal assessments I to Lake Butler Sunday, l I,on.l.-r. an Jr.. and Mr. 8 J. l>Hl..t.... Jr.. hat. ,

France is on the verge of bankruptcy Donald, of New York was the other amounted to $!J6, 27,186, or I Ray Vaughn was n visitor to highland (In effort Jan t '">00> wlfi'I, hi, n*uttdi'mlKn doft-mlnnla/, aa ntH-rlnl tnaiitr.. wieoffrr

in fact will be bankrupt unless the victim of the accident. approximately 2.'J: per cent of tho total ,i Thursday. SouthboundNo. 1 for .i.1.1 In front nf the eniir1hoti. .* '.1 I

French government can collect from Otto Abraham of New York !Miss ) assessments. Railroads, telegraph I I Mrs. J. I':. Brown of Waycross, Ga., 1 reaches Sturko nt 12:10: n. m. fli.i"muy.>kff. ilurlnir th., filh) the day lt fit>trnt Fohrnnry,hour.; of A. *I..1.!10B.!nvM. ,iiI

Germany the major portion of the Julia Haverty of New York, W. E. and Pullman lines this year are assessed | spent the weekend hero with relatives. No. 3, 10:03:! : a. m. to the hlithrtt rlri'' beet bidder; or. each. thr.ll.wln > l
mini eltunt.lIlnC l *
war indemnity awarded it under the Miller pilot, and Harold l Thompson at $5J,8tC,881: : or approximately No. 21 Cec'ar' Key Train, 4:5B: p. m ', In llraiironl dru'- ruunly.reel. Horldil.* lo-wltl an 'I l

Versailles treaty. France is staggering .. mechanician of the I 13 per cent of tho total assessmentsThe Marcus Brown, of Slurke, spent No. 1C, Limited, 1 :11'1' p. m. Nnlh..1 seaplane were I..f .Pre. SI. Tp" 1 South. Hume 21 K:. .0..1.1.
under a tremendous interest sum all out of the hospital today. 1J21! assessments for these prop- Sunday here with his parents, 1 Dr.' and NorthboundNo. ,I..? 4
im her interior war ]loans, a pension A search lasting the entire day was erties totalled, il,228'J09: I or approximately i Mrs. :. M. JOHNS.! A. r/.fipwlal ADKN| "Mal.,. .

payment of $117,000,000 a year and made for the wreckage of the sea- 12 per cent of tho total Lonnie and LI7.
the interest charges on her war debt plane and the bodies of the victims, sessments.Aluchun. as-// were business visitors here Sat No. 20, Cedar Key Train 8:47 a. m MAHTKK'fl SALE!:

to Great Britain and the United !Jut without avail. Darkness Bay, Calhoun, urday. No. 16, Limited 5:55): p. m.Wannre N.itlrw I I. b"rrhy given that undo and Wylrtoo ..I
tonight of that, e rtaln final il.by.. ... of f<._ ,
States are mounting at the rate of caused a suspension of tho search, Dixie Escambiu, Franklin, Gudsden, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLuod aro Branch .....".... mmlii and entrn.l l on Drdml.r ft.

$300,000,000 a year. which will be continued, although the Hamilton Hernando Holmes, Jack- spending this week with relatives In No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: : .. m. rlreultourt\1"22. I." """0.101.In .and A. V.for Ian llnwlforil. Judy. .county.Plorldn of th..

France spent $12,000,000; to defend sea at the place where the wreck occurred eon, Lafayette Lake Manatee, Monroe Mel rose. No 101 arrives Starke 3:15: p. IlL In that ..".In .au.. wh.n-ln .,.. .

herself Nassau Okaloosa Okcechobec J. II. Mooro l is In Jacksonville. this Limited train No. 0 duo at Starke I. ()liwn la comulnlnant. .nl, Adolph, llurfcn -
against Germany and on top is infested with sharks, and "r and MM wlfv, N..,... IfiiHbniir. ar* d.
of this suffered property damage of little hope of recovering tho bodies is Pasco Polk, Santa Ilosu, Sarasota, week. on the U. S. petit jury. 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. 1'0- r.n<'lnnt*. the undrrtgnd. will olT r for aal.
I for reels to the hlichwt' and
h $7,000,000,000 as the result of the held out. Suwannce Taylor, Wakulla Walton Mrs.\ E. L. Biggs and son, I Leslie rt'rsburg. i.r.j.IIII'I: !front of the ourthou don:r.:

German invasion.! France raised. 20 The Columbus, which left Key Westat and Washington counties are among of Starke, spent the week-end here Limited train No. 10 fl-je at Starke NlarkD. Itradford. ..."nl.. Florldn, on MunI.,.
filh l of F.bniary. A. n. 1IIJ1. during theI
per cent of the war loan from taxa- 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and the 28 counties showing a decrease in 5:45: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson- I hour of ..!.. for the porn..... of patis- .
the assessment of real estate. .." laid foal tion and other Internal revenues 65 was wrecked an hour later was mak- ASPIRINSay ville. I.h... In llradfonl. ..>unty, Florida, lo-wlji
" per cent by borrowing from its own Baker Bradford, Brevurd, Broward (These two trains do I not stop at .." .. .." ..t thn Southuant cornnr of ". ?

t citizens and 15 percent by borrowing tfr*>* -* ...te.... evil 7WIIkI Charlotte Citrus Clay Dude DeSoto Starke. Ocala and Plant City aro the' 11(1(1( t( rr.t Quartnr thunr of. North S..tlon W1S M feel and. thmr run. W.wt fleet ,

l from the United States and Great I mure vlulhy and energy by twrtrybt Ud sky" Duval Flagler Glades, Hardee only stops) they make between Jacksonville < \\M\ lift. lh..ne. Mouth InK frt In a poiet<
t rfcblndtb blood. YOII'O.: ... r-.uaa-* Highlands Hillsborough Jefferson "Bayer" and Insist! nt Klnnlnir.. all In action 114. Townahlp S.
Britain. For rehabilitation work in wla*. lavlaor.tlodcwt. Price and TampA., Mouth Ra.... M F-:..t, onlalnln 4"1. / ,
"
Lee, Leon Levy, Liberty, Madison, Trains No,. 7 and 8 operated from man or In.' ,
Th. alMiv il.....rlbo Marion Orange Osceola Palm Beach uiJ Hampton to St. Petersburg./ No. 7 J...-t tn a ......In mortiiaa. given U. th. ""Pd.1 -

Pinellas Putnam St. Johns St. Lu- leaving Hampton 11 :!>0 p. m. and No. .r.1) i.mmltank." of Columbia. S. C., for. ta* t I.
pan of 101)00, and dated Jun. 12 l UI.l lII
cie, Seminole Sumter Union and Vo- 8' arriving Hampton /5:10 a. m. Theseare K. R W I"'II'Iflprelal .
lusia counties show increase in the MaUr. In Chancery;
$ an through trains St. Petersburg to

MOTHER! MOVECHILD'S f % assessments on real estate. Cincinnati, Ohio. E. K.Hollitltor PBIIRVMAN.for Compl.I..nt..I"-. .

.
-
s-
T. J. GRIFFIN oai r.R FOR PUBI.irTflON"
LIMIT OF ENDURANCE: Agent. In Circuit (-',urt. Slat of Horlila.. 10:1..10.:
J..dl.I.1I..ult., nradfonl County In Chew-
.S
.
---- eery.
New York Policeman-why did you T. J. Oay.Comvlalnant.. l
BOWELS .
3 knock that man down and then jumpon ye I

him? 666 J.** I... (**y.ItlTpl .
',, '
Janitor (brownstone flat palace) Bri" by fTl.lavIt apprmlrd tJ"1, 1

i t a I Just as he Inquired the price of flats J... a Prescription for Colds, Fever and hlln J... (i.y"th."Vfi.ndant;J"I'"I' : the ahovMtatrd, thrr.ln emcee. nam.d.that I. a .

I caught sight of a baby's rattle sticking Unless you gee tin name "Bayer" on LaGrlppe. It'. the most upeetly remedy rMlilxnt ef the Slat "f Florida and .oa-
"California Fig Syrup"Child's is ... hi-rwlf of .ulilH .n. cannot
tal lct >
pmkatfior
out of his pocket that's why. Jan tintf thv genuine on > Mayor you product are not get' we know, preventing I'nellmonla.NTIE .. dale b. ncrvwl HO upon that. her pmrwi end ,la over the *...
prewrilx" I
itors can't stand everythlnll.Philadelphla I of twenty-one rearm ; 'is 1I'.f" "''''ndthat
by phyalolaiu over twimty-turn
Best Laxative OP APPLICATION rOil TAX DEED nun..d.nt defendant h. end b
Record. year. Riiil |ruv," safe by million forbids UNIJKR HKITION 571 OP THIS!: I n -/"wn..lindpaidrpaueey to the bill' of comt.lnt :
I.KNr.RAf.: 5TATUTBSN.nby / I ftl.tI on 0' before Mc
< H"a/lach. nolle i. jlv.n that T. J. AM.rman. i p day. thm 8.h day of February. A. I I'. 1921.
Advertise in the) Telegraph. TiiothavheKttr Lambagnl pu..h.. ... of "..In..I... num.1 otherwise the alieictiona "f .Ie' hill/ will. k.
: Even a sick ehilj love the "fruit" writ, playful child'" again. l: rli'''' KhfiimatUmS'euritlgis r..y.etlv.ly l2oVlS6.a I rl4 l. 157. 200' taken o eonldecd. by old A'tendnnt.It .
t I haste of "California Fig Syrup." Million. of mother .keep "California, Habitual Pain, Pain anil 292. iMuml hy th. tat golliHTtor for Brailrorrf ,- I. further 0"1.,01 that. Ihl. 0,01. .1wpuhtiphed .
Constipation cured .. rtor da, ..101 ..,"III..I. No 120 four ennpeentlr.we.k .
little stomach U upset, tongue anted I, Fig handy. know m.un. "n' a wk fr
Syrup" They a t.a- In 14 toll Day brlnic it.l.il ALV. 4. I'M.1, and all ...tlll..... County T.lw..ph. en.w.petwr
A of n..oIt.'d
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or child'" I.I ero* feverish full poonful today irk child, ""( pt "nay..r Aspirin"only In
j aavp a too ..
No. 1S5 bvlnir 1 tlatwl AuixMt I. IVIS, ami rtlfloatM In .101 county art
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[ ( sold, or has colic, a teaipoonful will morrow. Ask your dru ui.t\ for genuine LAX-FOS WITH PEPS!. !I. a.-"ahuua'eciaby- Kncli:. unbroken. : ;# contain. nnml.rr.il x.. 104. III". 117, 200 and\ publl.h
1 ...er fail to open the bowel In a few "I'alifornia Fig Syrup" which him dirw- prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa'jve for proper\ I'lnftionn.. dandy I I"",XIM of 102 b.ln" dated Aair. 2. 1040 and h.. !lIP>!! tat.This t>i....m..... :2.. ''f)' :l.O. )
, '; hour yon can pro for yourself how thor hens for bahit- and children of all Constipation. It relieve promptly bar twelve tablet. east few cent: Drnfgi ( I aid .rtln.at,* In my offlc and,. ,ha mart. I|I II W. LDPtMN.: .
ages for deed to Imu In Mwril-
application tee
, i.. cnifrhry ft work all the constipation printed on bttttle. Mother You mut >should> be taken regularly fur 14 to :21 day. >. ...ln> .sell 'lMittl of 21 and! 1110. 1 *n<. with law. The. paid rrtlA.. .. r..i_ (ISral Clerk A. CI..t 'Court.ity "
I I tender, }little bowel and gives you a pay "California or get an 10 induce regular act tun. It Stimulate .r.d Anplrin I I. the trod, murk of Bayer tlvrl/ .mh.... the follow na lamb In Hrail- C. Deputy CI.... '
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R Florlil. aMnuwl 1 ., the dat of
bile and from the II'lIltes. Very Plaasanl to T ki IIIK Manufacture uf JlfmoacctlcaclJ 01SlIn..1 ford ounlv.
i pollen, sour waste imitation fig syrup. bottM. the "Uauane of .u.h e.raaaat.. In the namMnap 'A. :Z. ADKINS. 12.211.1t-1.
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FRIDAY JANUARY 12, 1923.RAIFORP .
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH SfAKKE. FLORIDA

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ACE EIGHT .. --- --- --- -- and is few weeksin
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; Orleans spending a
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Phillips and Mrs. Jennie Cox, ,
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-'-' of1 e town before entering upon evangelistic
A .-- A I If. Miami; five brothers and two Messrs. W. H work with Mr. Schuler. The
Jan. 19.- !
the Raiford
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:: The Permanent Committee on
J' : :: _---- T. M., Jeff, Sherman, P. M., and Andrews and Clurcnco Hitch .I pastor is pleased to announce that Mr
and Family! ReligionThe
t" : Hugan, Miss Ida lIagan and Mrs 'J. Sabhuth businesH visitors to Starke King will speak and sing on'Sunday
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f E. Owsle-y. next. This will be good
evening news
i w News items* The bereaved family have the sym- general assembly: requests thaton afternoon.Mr. Mr. King's numerous friends in.
County in to
of Starke was
) Sunday of January or Knight
loss. the third
In their :'
pathy of the community will be with this
I Starke who pleased
ri .. _., :===-=-- some other convenient day some Thursday afternoon.Mr. ,
f -- and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of < opportunity to share in a service fJl
t,, by Our TALKS ON JEWELSIX : phase of Family Religion be presented *
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the that he shall lead.
During afternoon.J. worship Brine '
';\;:. InUrcstlnf Fact Gathered to our congregations. This is to were visitors here Sunday
:: Regular Corrcvpondcnta. thrH C. Jones was a vistior to your friends with you. -
fit n.li that so fur n<< it is possible:
; particular day be so used.: Friday afternoon.Mr. r
: /r ri I have felt that before bringing to It hardly to remind and Mrs. Ernest Wells
-- -- I is necessary
"'- .,,-"-, --.r Belle of Louise are the guests of a close these "Talks," it might be of you that the prevailing! conditions, : baby, of Lawtey, were visitors
i u LAKK: ItUTLRIf: rio interest to some readers if I should
week.I I but throughout Sunday afternoon.
friends and relatives here .this not only in our own land
Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Waldo, waR 'say: something about what are known the whole world compose a challenge Albert Ml/elle of Lake Butler

Luke Butler, Jan. I!).-Uev. W. T. of her parents, Mr. and an colored stones. to the church which she must in town Saturday.Dr. .
ik r UoGuirc, of Kay City, Ga., arrivI.I'' tho guest P. B. Hunt. The emerald is found in a sort of not refuse to hear. This has been a D. W. Hanilley of Tyler
Mrs.
in Lake Butler to fill his 'appointm'nt I I !Mrt. Eugene: Seally, who has been slate Saturn in South America Ural year of crime sickening and distress- visiting here during last week.
.H preached two ermonK Mountains and Egypt. It is never cut Ollie Handle and children ,',
Sunday. I the guest of relatives here, returnedto ing to contemplate. There is no peaceor Mrs.
$+ I ". In. Lake Butler and one at Lon" her home at Inghs Tuesday.! She round but always square or oblong safety anywhere. Laws are bro- T. B., Martha and Louise of e .

q t -I, Bridge/ at 3:30 p. m. Tho Christian accompanied by her father, W. with the corners removed. One pe- k"n by men of all ranks with delib Butler, were visiting/ relatives '
the was of this atone is that it Is almost .
church has started out fine underleadership K. IluUhinson. culiarity crate and set purpose. The orderly Sunday. .

of Rev. MtGuirc, who iff Miss Francis Waters, of Jacksonville an absolute impossibility to find movements of life have been impeded John Dekle, of Lake Duller, wall II

w'dtt,. '. not only highly esteemed by mem- was the guest of friend! here one free from flaws, so that the same l Ly industrial disturbance which town Sunday afternoon.
1' bars of the church but by everyone !Mondny. standard of perfection called for in have been felt the whole country over. Misses: Bessie Kennedy and We Grind Our Own Lenses

,. .( I" knowing him. Ho is an earnest worker Rev Jones, of Lake City, will fill the diamond does not apply to the I. Suspicion, jealously hatred, murder Epperson spent last week! end at NODELAYQainesdillc

I and strives to do all in his power his regular appointment at the Baptist emerald. It has been always a stone i i have raged In a perfect pandemonium home in Lake Butler.J. .

to advance the work of the Must church next Sunday. The subject much admired. Nero it Is said wore I No nation upon earth has been ex- O. Jacobs was a business Florida.

mls ''I' Rev II. Blake, of Jacksonville, ar- for the morning service is "Heav an eyeglass of a concaved emerald, I I empt. And in addition to these Inter- to Jacksonville recently.

rived Sunday to attend the Rl'rvlcR The subject for the evening is through which he glanced at the gladItorial i nal national disorders the nations of Col. and Mrs.' A. Z. Adkins, I IlIIn"'ntn"'I1' <.rr

I, ,'" at the Christian church, of which he "Jlell.en. games. in the Coliseum at Rome the world are all but at war with each) Starke, were visitors here Monday I 0y to .
Rev. Blake II.f It is said also that when Lucu'.lu! ;; .
r was one-time pastor. Rev. N. T. King left last Tuesda;, other. ternoon.ClIHISTI.'IJ. j
Y t !" ; an old citizen of this place but ret for Tampa where he will be the guest landed in Egypt and was met by An: There must be some cure for so aw i y a--- '

:t'-.'" Gently he and family moved to Jack- of his daughters, Mrs. Swilley ancl thony he was presented with an emer ful a malady. If there is and anybody :' CHURCH NOTES \

r.J 1 t "o':_'" xonvillu. Ill is now pastor of 1 the Mrs Kirkland. aid upon which his portrait was en knows what It is let it be made *

i,, Christian church ut St. Nicholas, nlur /graved. who at such time would "The Things Worth While, or
ifr IJ"}"' IX W. Moore, of Theressa was % :' ,i 0 Jacksonville. business visitor here! Saturday. The ruby has. its home in India, the< keep silent is not worthy of the time Call of Profit, will be the theme i

J' i .. Cecil U. Townsend and Mist Inn G. I Mrs. J. II. Pollard has returned to< Iturmah pigeon blood being considered No doubt many things enter in to the sermon next Sunday at 11 a. i 25 cent

1.r 1 Cone, both of Lake Duller, were join. her home after a visit with her mother the most valuable. Then the Sian create these disorders; but if.we could at the Christian church.
: : last 'Sunday Jan. 11Judge I ranks second. In large stones the< of this I
ed in marriage discussion
r I .i Mrs. Young, of Macon, Ga. arouse our own land to the just claims The t
O'f A. C. Strickland offlclating.T ruby is the most expensive of all the if the Sabbath should be helpful to alf who are
'r The strawberry crop is a of the Lord's Day;
.: ''. wedding. took place at Judge Sta'lckf' I from 75 to 100 crates havin success.i gems. Of this I have already hersomething were honored as it should be; and i if: terested in the worth while things I Want Adwill
,'. They have a I host to say. The sapphire Is
i y lands' residence. Harvested here this week.! i religion could be brought back to our
\' of friends who wish them many hap)> also found in India and differs little could bi life."The Negative and Positive in
'J : things
+;+ Mrs. L. M. Andreu and children, o homes; if these two I
I years of married Iifo.It. : Leexburg, have returned home afte from the ruby other than in color. brought,about in one day that woulc' Christian Life, or Some '

f'(, M. Markey and family have mov- u visit with her parents Mr. and Opals and turquois, however arc not be a day of rest such as has never for 1023," will be the subject of So"I sell a

I ed to the K:<\ Knight place in the WC'Rt Mrs. T.-M.[ Hagan. found in crystals: : but are really cut I been known since God first reste! sermon at 7:30: p. m. I
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end of l Epperson street.G. M. L. Wasdin of Graham was i a from quartz. The old superstition from the six days' work. The church house was opened
has opened a gt". i regarding the opal being unfortunate\( I such time after much earnest '
V. Phillip up luminous visitor here this week The miiustiy must at a worship
t4 \h'' eery IniHincH sin West Main street" I J. W. Nimmo of Clearwater win has long since been exploded,coveter and I It speak with both prophetic fire and that God would lend us aright. : Horse

Il "a Kev. O. A. Smith of Norton, va"j has been the guest of relatives and now finds Although a place found among in the Mexico, i it prophetic authority. It is a day for: the encouragement and assurance : $$200

preached at the Christian church friends here for several days, returned gems. strong men who have strong convic co-operation and support given ,
i Monday night.' Rev. Smith was for- houfr Wednesday.! is not found at its best there, those tions of right who have a message certain brethren gives us heart to I

'. 1' mealy corresponding secretary of the I, A. A. Burden was a business visitoto from Australia being much more furnishes ful and are not afraid!! to deliver it. It Is forward in our efforts to rally I

", Christian churches of Florida, and at :. the county' sent this week. of life and fire. Hungary also *- such a time as Clod uses to draw met membership around the Cross. or a

&')! one time made his home hero, whl're I I Mrs. Mae lirannen of Jacksonville, a limited number. out. You have a divine message; you For the time Icing the !

:;: he and family made many friends. i1* the guest of her mother Mrs. M The turquoU! is found! in Persia, have a world's need; you have divine side of the work will be the -

s'' .;, Judge: A. C. Strickland spent a few E. MhnuUc, this week! Egypt and also certain parts of the authority; you have the ear of a great offering system. Therefore, we

I:. days tbis week In Jacksonville on bus- I Miss Lucile Johns, of Sturke, wiii United States. It has of however color the host many of whom will be in complete everybody to feel free to come $$1000 Car r ;
changing
i incas.i I II n visitor here last week. unfortunate faculty sympathy with you; all of whom "fieely give," or not give at all. I'

I f I i Mrs. Anna Padgett has purrhasi' .... Mrs. M. L. Rawley, of Green! Cove tit times. One may have matched a ring with and: will need what you have to say. Let I W. E. DAUGHERTY. I

i+ b r the home and farm of J. W. V.nin/t. Springs, is the guest of her parentsMr. five stones perfectly these ut earnestly pray that God may enable !

This was formerly owned by G. W. \ and Mrs. J. Allen. without any apparent cause I us to use the appointed day in BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN
k '?' Alderman, now of Stnrke. might change into as many different I
manner.
I an awakening
,;:!{; Lake Duller is certainly turn\1IC\{ TIIEUESSATheressii shades. This, however being/ one of Your'tar a Great Day of Victors It begins to look as if the girls l
c., nl strawberries uml I t ,the characteristics of the stones" i Is the in the air ship !
P' out'Homo beautiful for God and Ills Day.4ItOBERT to beat boys sitiiioon;
r. quite a number of them. The growt'rM I Jan. 1U.-G. M. Bonnet not looked upon with as much Certain disfavor '> HILL D. D., test in the Bible school. Miss I I'Vilson's I

It I have been highly cI\mplimente"\ 1r 1 hy I left Monday for Gainesville where he I as might be supposed.States furnish ;", Chairman class got the wind lust $

visitors here on the line quality
M' !' the berries. I Mrs. It. M. King and children, Otis I stones that retain their color. 'verysunday. boys' class by a good margin;
that finds almost universal "
i James and Robert, arrived here Mon- The stone Sunday school at 10 a. m. there is no telling what those '

,,', "IIIGIII.ANI> I lay, from Rockdule, where they huvt I acceptance Is ,the pearl. It is found Preaching/ services at 11\ m. and boys will 1o' yet. The attendance
'fit Iin Ceylon, India, Persia, South Amer best : arcs
-- : spent several weeks. Mrs. King/ was in the evening at 7:30.INSUFFICIENT: the school session is the I
f highland Jan. 19.-G. II. Burke 'accompanied! by her sister, of Now J Ica,.Fiji. Islands and West Indies. It Classes are full and everybody is

., (.. : of JackHonvllo, arrived! Thursday for York is also found in fresh water. In the CREDIT: py. Don't be a stranger to some .,

w y vtW I n visit with II. C. Wimberly! and far I Mr. anti,) Mrs. M. L. Andreu, of St. Lawrence river quite a few specimens Teacher-Johnny, if you had three school; we would like to'have'you' t ,
I found but these fresh water \
c t I "y. Leesburg, attended the funeral of: are lacking, in lustre and I tattles of pop and a man came along a member, but go somewhere old =- -. --:.3

.. The first crate of strawberries I tl) 1\1\ ra. Phillips Monday. stones are the Oriental In val md gave you three more, how many young./ Our school meets at 9:15: a'i

If' be shipped from here this season wi+ Sidney Baker of Lake Geneva, wasi do not approach of the diving would you have? m.
lqc ue.! Since: the invention bottles of at 11.:00: to
shipped by open express Friday to a I business visitor hero Monday[ Johnny-Six pop. Divine worship
., nearby market G. S. Sibley and Arthur Moorer bell, in certain directions changes Teacher-Pretty good, Johnny. the public is welcome. B. Y. P. U. :' What is more economical -

Mrs. Mamie Davis, of JacknonviJI, were visitors to Hampton Saturday. have taken place in the mode of found pearl Johnny'-Pretty good? That's per- 6:30. This is a gathering/ for :
a but the system now
f t.'i" spent the. weekend here with r'I:1' Rev. Crews of New River filled his fishing holds true of all pearl rct! young people of Starke. .e and profit-
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egular appointment at the Christian near Ceylon worship at 7:30. Those who
Lt ; ti Vl'K.Mrs. : church Sunday.Mr. fishing among the Datives in all coun last Sunday evening were able than a want .
present
; i' Itattie Hell, wife of Ruymon HAVE A ,.
i Hell. passed away early Tuesday af- and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and tries.Next OUR FARMERS doubt delighted with the very
week shall give a description ?
v ter an illness of several weeks. Ir little son, W. M.[ Jr., and Claire Philips we of which it singing/ by our Lloyd King. ad in this paper
left Wednesday for Miami. of these fisheries CHANCE brother has been a student at
torment took place Wednesday mornIng MONEY (MAKING
all to know some
for
would be well us school at What have
at the Bell cemetery near Yellow Mrs. Kate McGee and Mrs. Chas. great' Bible training you

Water. Rev J. P. Johnson of Jacksonville Cox left Wednesday for their, homesn .hing. -
1923 presents a wonderful I Cold in One hay to sell?
conducted the services. I\Irs. Palm Beach and Miami. "The year To Cure a I
WOODLAWN to level head- QUININE(Tablet
moneymaking BROMO
chance for LAXATIVE
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger have fake I I1mft
Bell leaves I to mourn her loss besid farmers all over the I ,tope the tough" nn.H<-aJtu lin mid win-In of .
sense .
ed common
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husband her mother Mrs. FrcDeos moved back to Theressa. We welcome prominentagrtculturel r s, her Woodlawn Jan. 19.-Messrs. J. S. South" said H. O. Hastings, .. ; "
t of Gainesville; her father J. A. hem in our midst. Mormon and R. B. Osteen were business leader- recently.

Thompson, of Maxville, two slater;: Those attending the funeral hereMonday visitors to' Green Cove Springs "By this we do not mean an expanded I!

1 Mrs Mamie Davis of Jacksonville, [ of Mrs. Phillips from other I cotton acreage over that of 1923 but

Mrs. D. E. Bell Highland and two plnces were Mr and Mrs. Bert Hagan Monday business visitor Just the contrary. There were erough
brothers J. M. and Joe Thompson of of Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs.[ P. M. Ila- D. B. Browning! was Friday.a acres planted in cotton last year to The INTERNATIONAL 8-16 '
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to normal season of growth,
Highland. /gan and Sherman Hagan of Palatka, furnish, under
k Rev. L. A. Donncrly of SUrke,. the world
cotton that
Jacksonville; Mr all the American
Jeff Hagan of South
Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey was :a to TRACTORIn
here Sunday for that will
filled his appointment can afford to pay a price
and Mrs. T. M.[ Hagan of Hampton
' business visitor here Monday. '
.Messrs. Fred Moore and Ray; I Mr. and Mrs.!\ M. 1.. Andreu, of LeesburA' a large congregation.Mr. reward the cotton grower adequatelyfor I' I I
jai Godwin and family of Lawtey his work.
Mr.[ anl1\rs.[ II. D. May of Cyril Class by Itself
,t. Vaughn, of Lawtey were' visiting .were visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mr. "Every effort will\ be made by cotton a
friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Norman, of I cotton
and the European
I Bishop of Starke, was here on speculator
W. M. Wimberly returned l rilay;; Jacksonville Mrs. Carrie Norman after the telephone! I mills to encourage larger acreage. The
looking
m from a three weeks' visit with rein and Miss Debbie Phillips, of Lawtey.Our Monday purchased the present price of cotton distinctly en ,
Mr. Bishop ,
business. I
community was greatly saddened folks to go 'cotton crazy'agaIn
our
tlves at Madison. courage
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and is putting it in
r bI- Mrs. J. A. Starling/ Mr. and Mrs Friday, January C, when news system at Lawtey I just as they always have in high
w Elizabeth first class condition. In past years. Every ft
Kverett Dennett and Dewey Bonnet reached here that Mrs. price periods
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dubs and party Increased cotton t
transacting: business' in liwtcj Phillips had passed to the great be- I time there baa been
were baa
of Jacksonville passed periods there
ond. She had gone to :Miami to of friends, acreage In high price
? t Tuesday. through here Sunday, having spent followed a mountain of debt and farmer1
Wilkinson was a visitor over to ; end the winter with her chuldren fall and win
sat at the Stttte Farm bankruptcies the following
the day I
Starke Tuesday. and was with her son, W. M. Phillips I
Robert Blanchard, of Lawtey, was ter.
J. L. Johnson spent Monday in Jacksonville when the end came. She lived "Increased acreage In cotton In 1923
here Sunday.
c f only) short time after a stroke of a visitor fire. Stick to
with relatives and friends. n should be fought like l
returned to her IN
G. II. Barker and W. M. Wimberlj paralysis.In Miss Lorene Carter that acreage which has been found sate ItftRNlOlOlM aril iii1e ,
after visIting -
visitors to Jacksonville Sundry! early life she married Mr.[ John home at Plant City Friday I under weevil conditions. Cultivate and 016KCftOSCNE nEROStwE
were weeks _
a for the two
relatives past acre I. Ta CTO
and Monday. Phillips, who died several years ago. fertilise to Increase yield per TRACTOR

i Mr and Mr.s.: J. A. Thompson and Three children were born to the un- much as you please, but don't increase Y u ut
KB WAS
\ faithful WHERE acreage. If you do you simply play
was a '
children, of Maxville have spent the ion. Mrs. Phillips
A i + member of the Baptist church and The minister met Tom, the village .Into the hands of the speculators again.
with relatives.
week here
1 past "Plant available acre outilde
of Cash Point was greatly loved by all who knew ic'cr-do-well and much to the iatter'ssurprise I every
Miss Maggie Sellers the the limited cotton acreage In food, grain
l returned to her home Tuesday after her. Her cheerful disposition made I shook him heartily by : and forage crops. No farmer can afford I

,' a few days' visit here with friends. friends for her wherever she went. hand "I'm.o glad you've turned over I to buy food and grain from merchants o .

a ; C. B. Bennett has accepted a position She was not only a friend but a I n new leaf Thomas," sold the good when that food and grain can be 0

{, s >, at Lawtey and will be located! mother to all around her h me. She nan. produced on home acres at certainly ,
$ the time of "Me?" returned Tom, looking at than bait the store price.
there for several months. was 63 years of age at I not more : :
II. B. Bennett, of Jacksonville visIted tier death. him dubiously. "Further, every dollar's worth produced -i-i
her. "Yes. I pleased to see on home acres In the way of
r<; relatives here Monday and Tues- Herbody, was accompanied by was so you I ,. .. :
children and arrived in Theressa Jan. at the prayer meeting last nlght."Ohl' : ." needed food and grain for home consumption S 4=: -;:; .5 I
day. means a dollar less spent ot
7th and was laid to rest by the side said Tom light breaking in
Into debt for. It we all 'lived at
./ HAMPTONHampton of her husband Monday. Funeral services m him. "So that's where I was, Is gone borne and boarded at the same place" We are always glad to demonstrate this Tractor, \

were conducted! by Dr. J. J. Bull It?" most of our cotton money would click ,

': ,' Jan. 10.-J. 1* Nlmmo l ten, of Starke and singing by. Mr. '\ In our pocket or to our account In the DE WITT JONES
Mrs. R. O. Stull and Rev. Min- Pumpkin pie now gets whippedream debts.
of San Diego, Cal., Is the guest of and bark Instead of all going to pay
his aunts, Misses Mary and Ada Nlm her, of Melrose. : on it. It's enough to make nldfashioned I The money that sticks, U the money STARKE DEALER FLORIDAi1 -

this week. Mrs. Phillips leaves to mourn her > pumpkin'pie blush.-St that
mo,
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