Bradford County telegraph
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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 26, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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!i!ii", IV. S. Forester Will Try New Method ANTI-RELIGIOUS FANATICS Of Harding Looks With Disfavor Upon INVESTORS: LOST: FORTY MILLION Automobile Recovered and Police Ilelifvo EXPRESS; ::I KATKSI'o
'\ of Turpentining in Starke RUSSIA ]HOLD MAD ORGY 1 Selling Surplus Rifles One or ;More PerlshedJacksonville
I (Klnridu :Shippers; \ :
Americans. Many :Meat for "Shruy"
:Moscow Communist Students Dance!
'}Ir. and Mr!!. L. Wyman, of Washington President larding has set up the Stock Promoters .Ian. :-I.--All hCluh Thi- interstate commerce commission ,
i : D. C., have located In Sttirke. While "AlmiRhty: Cod" in Burned principle thut this government must Thomas Creek, 120( miles north. of hove has \entered upon a general roves.ligation .

[Mr. Wyman is u member of the nilti discourage the sale of firearms to foreign I "Amcni'un squandered $10,000,000in was dynamited four times today following ( into the interstate rate and

] i.mal forestry service, and des chosen Antl-relltriouH demonstrations of / governments.!) It was said at the fake stocks: lust ycari! Americans tho finding of an automobile charges of express carriers) for tLipurpoxe

this section for experimenting with the most blasphemous, kind, tho details :. White House that ho had given orders i I with u little money laid by are till .submerged in tho water ut the end of of determining whether such
,a new method of extracting gum from of \\Jiich are just coming; to light/ I to the branches of the government I II I biggest .suckers, in tho world. They H blind road without any bodies being: rules mid( charges, or any of them,
were perpetrated by tho students of j concerned that surplus rifles which revealed) county tilllcevH! tonight<< were lire unreasonable
tile pine trees, whereby, if tho theory I get slinl1l'I--thel, they holler and I
proves true in practice, the trees will the SverdlotT communist university in ,.I could bo dispose of without dctriJ I I when it?.', too lute they !listen to ad- of the opinion that several persons I The AIIWI'lCIIIHail WilY Expresst'unnprny '

([tint be exhausted in a few years, but Moscow, RusKin, during the recent'J merit to our interests, should not be vive." ', perished when the car catapulted into hoe also) filed application. lee

Ibo, yield of resin will bo perpetual holiday season, a season which( In''I sold to foreign governments or indiv- I' That is! the estimate of Charles M.\ the stream Thuradiiy! ni x ht Tho creek { with the interstate cominurcu! commission -

rurpuntino manufacture on this prin.itiple Russia, extends to the middle of Jan-- I I i idunls) alien or American. \ I IV'mton, the "shepherd of Wall street" will ln dynamited! further down the to increase its rates, and Lurk
uary.. Although the church buildings :j I The has concluded that' stream! tomorrow., I application has been ,
{ has long been practiced in some president Ho Is the brad of the Mlnton[ lJrol'rK11111'11 : consolidate!
were left alone, every mockery of religion for the United States to sell arms to Tho automobile, which was! with thu general
I. the countries of southern Europe 1 investigating <1 of New York removj j i express invollt.ilfaion 1
Eat it will] require Home time to ascer- possible was indulged in. I" any foreign nation is to encouragewar. I City, and his job Is to keep tab on ed from the water today, bore u ; for the purpose of hearing ,

ttn if our trees bear up kindly\ unglee The Greek catholic ritual was gone His announcement came aftera crooked Stock salesmen and brokersfor Greensboro, N. C., city license No. .I This camshaft I been l listed! under I.

the practice. through in the public square with I. European government made Inquiries the !Jig exchanges./ Stock swindles :307/) and a North Carolina state licotiso I C. <\ Docket No. KW.'JO. und tho mutter -

t ; Mr. Wyman's ,work will be with, Marxian epigrams and street slung, in the United States, indicatingthat a.) berg I operated In every bin city 407.1: There was: a Shrlnor's emblem :, hue been Set down for hearing before

lands j jM i the crowds crossing themselves mock it wished to place qrders for munitions on tho front of the car. Examiners Barclay and Mullea,
..tracts of trees on the Smith on and In Homo smaller ones, he Hays.: lie 'I I
ingly a bewhiskered Hebrew rabbi A short distance from where
; with American'firms and that the of the interstate
,t north side of Sampson lake. Ifs declares he cart name at least 150; commerce commls-
"' experiments prove successful, it jestingly sang prayers; an orietal labeled it might be willing to buy 500,000 sur I "shady" houses in New York City automobile was submerged, were din i I II' '|: shun and Examiner Harriman, of the

,ill mean much for Florida. "Mohammed" turned somersaults plus rifles from the war department. alone. I covered a baby's tin horn, a pair of' California railroad commission. sit-

.? and a score dressed like catholic When this information was com "Men are bigger suckers than women women's stockings, a handkerchief i!I Unit as the representative of still""

').ON"l' l10NIEYVITII THE LAND ptWsts drank liquor while pray municated to President Harding haj ," said Minton. "More of them full,I' some oranges and crackers. Thesu i commiKHioiiH. Henring will bo held!

vetoed the entire According articles had lodged In sumo vogctu- I at thu United Slates
LINES ing.The proposition. ',, I mean. \VomNl are more conservative : court rooms, Al-
demonstration reached the climax to an official, "the president -but when they full, they full tion growing near the bunk. ; Innln, Ga., beginning at. 10 o'clock a.
! w. when a figure called "AlmightyGod" thought so little of it that he declined'' 'I A farmer, hearing the autoniobilui I II m., on Feb. lit, 11>23.
,, ... Old property lines in Sturko had i|: harder. I know one woman who recently !-
while {
was burned in a bonfire, to to the | i going down the "blind" road Thurt- j This, commission
suggest war department : Hint
better be let alone. ,Simply because I lost $80,000( in u fake stock : requested! o.e 1
*|' ''a hundreds sang and danced Russian I tltnt it should l go over its! stocks to ascertain deal. day night, went to investigate the i "f the hearing in this case l be held

,,,given line in is a over deed or, is under no reason the measure why it folk were dances.anti-semetic Effigies, as well and as placard anti- how many rifles it could conveniently "Oil Htockx used to bu the favorite I II In following(the stream day: and found the miichinu i' 01.I Jacksonville. so that Florida shippers u

sell'In !! ,, medium for 'gyp artists' Next como I II could present' their testimony at
should be shortened or lengthened. I
Greek and anticatholic.A unofficial circles it learned A Ponnncola pennant was stretched minimum of but the I.
was mining stocks. These are pretty wellplayed I In expense, i -
stakes the /
The original corner ;;or pld numbering, 5,000, I I I
the of the
procession across rear ill-fated
that the foreign government concern oar. i terstato commission huiiiK
New 'schemes. rommercu *-
|fame lines, are the real1 boundaries, mostly boys and girla and young men 'ed I out now. are I ___ ____ _. __ .___
Jugo-Slavia. Officials in Washington j
was set down hearings nt ten different
being hatched all the time Radio i is
ad< must be accepted as such unless carried about effigies I i
from universities,
deny the negotiations of Jugo- '!' points in tho United Status found
now being used to trap suckers. Many ,
[ Some
glaring errors are apparent.
world's relic-
Measurements, by land owners who of leaders of Slavin with private arms manufac- ,, of the artists have lung sucker lists CONDITION IN that only ono hearing could bo hel. }
[ ions-Jcnurt, Moses, Buddha, Confucius turers but it has no authority to discourage land' boast that they trap one out of'' In the Southeast, and ,heM, that Atlantu .
two-foot rules
said lots made by
Osiris Gabriel, St. n
Mohammed, such sales ot arm every five they scheme to get. I !| was most. centrally located will
|.*er by pacing and sometimes eim- George, Abraham, and the Virgin. i persona RUHR BRIGHTER
reference to that +
Americans! are becoming more flu1ible'I p
ply by guessing. Often the starting Mary. They the effigies throughthe I
points given are so indefinite .that main streets to the "red" squareoutsido I IN COUNTY I every day." I This hearing In Atlanta will be the
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FOR THE FRENCH only opportunity olIYrecl to Florid
they, cannot be used, and sometimes the Kremlin, where they were I
changes were agreed on between sel- burned. I I BROTHERHOOD) ENTERTAINS I shippers. to present! their testimony toI
COURT I the interstate commerce commlsiftna, ,
()ers and buyers after the deeds were ROYALLYThe
Conditions In the Ruhr are improving mid shippers. who are of tho opinion
out. In many cases a certain BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN -
\:: for tin occupying forces. The that present express rates. are t..
of land bought and thu
1'1IIade was Two Juried Failed to Agree in Bootlegging Protvdtant Brotherhood royally
mines are in operation to 80 per centof high should avail themselves of It. J
P f; let the buyer fix the boundaries Dr. Bullen, who has been spendinga Case entertained the members of the organization -
their tho
capacity, railroad nervlus Thu American ]Railway Express
1,> suit .himself. few days in the southern part pf I their wives or sweethearts
are reported to bo well up to tho is to mind convinceho
Company going try
Better not create dissension by in the Baptist and invited at the Club houseTuemiay
'' Florida, preaching The following cases have been disposed )I guests, standard, ahd In general there Is less ( Interstate commerce commission
'tanging boundaries that have been church in Plant City on Sunday last. eVt'tlnlwith\ ft musical program -
of in the county judge's court tension evident in thu industrial
Mint the rates O.
I( present express arc'low
recognized such for many years. will be in his pulpit on Sunday next. f and snappy live minute talks
during! .the past few days: I I towns. .
and that they should be Increased.
If you gain a few feet, you are not The Bible school will meet at 0:4ia : ,State George Brown chargedwith by a number of citizens. I
vs ,, Tim trial at Muyenne. of a number :
certain that you, after all, are entitled m. Divine worship at 11:00: when carrying concealed weapons; ''i II, II. Young', president of the Brotherhood Industrial leaders Fritz

to it; the only thing you can bee I I the pastor will present the second ser plead guilty and was fined $::150 and presjdetl over the program! ,t lot:)j ThysHen, has ended with, including dramatic In- I II ,. It in important that express dhlp- ;
... -of in that neighbor, who I II throughout lie Southeast. und
+ your mon In the series on "A Great Wom all costs or six months In the county which was opened by an invocation cld'nt. The Hermans condemned pert
''yt Lees the land; will not bless you. for an." The Old Testament incidentis I Rev L. W. Klcklitor.\ I were )particularly In Florida should not IOM
jail. )Iby
to small fine
i it.; Let well enough'alone. full of interest, and the public is Mr. .Young\ explained the objective pay a comparatively this opportunity to present their
State vs O. R. Prevatt, charged l for disobcdiencp of orders. Dr. SchlVi-
invited to share in the study oC.lt. of the Brotherhood and outlined name ,' views.
with having a still and making! shine; ;' tiui, of the state finance department, ,'
B. Y. P. U. nt 6:30.: Evening wore of tho work they are planning to .do Counsel for the Ifloridii Railroad
plead guilty and was sentenced to a I and Dr. Von RaifTclHt-n, president of
STRAWBERRIESSTILLJWOVING ship at 7:30.: At this service Dr. Bul- concerning boys and the pool room, Commission will be present in Atlanta
Tine of $25 and all costs or sixty days the state mines administration, werecondemned
len will present the subject which has school and curfew laws, and enforcing on Feb 19th for the purpose .f

been announced from the pulpit for I in jail. laws so as to keep the cattle off to a year's! imprisonmentunder nsifiMlinK (o'iorldlilhippe1'8 in the pr.-

4, the past few weeks, namely, "Evolu ; State vs Henry Cooner, Brooks the IItrl"etll.Ir: Young stated that suspended Sentence. |! dentation of their testimony,

tion." It may be that there will be I Starling, Lonzy Starling, Will Lee, laws are all right but the citizens: France Is preparing/ to take over | Florida Railroad Commission, Y

;c' other sermons upon this topic, inas Ernest Mays, Jeff Griffls, Gus Load- must create public sentiment that will I control of the railroads and for emergency R. HUDSON BURR,
tfcintson Beauties Sent From Starke Is mobilizing her
holtz and each charged purposes own
Percy Starling, -
much as it may be impossible to cover stand behind the officers In enforcingthe Chairmui. i
Every Day It is with making hootch. State asked railroad workers, who will be put Into ,
the subject in one sermon. it laws.
service In the Ruhr, I case the Germans
that the be nolle pressed, as
matter of interest to us all whetherwe case The Brotherhood Glee Club sang POPE STARTS MURDER
.Strawberry shipments from this other form there was Insufficient evidence to con ; Did lie Do?" go on u strike. :
( have come from some { with fine effect, "What SI NT"NCf1' KAIFOU
f tint are now made daily, instead of of life, lower than men i In his, present vict. Case dismissed. and those singing in this chorus were Premier Poincurc, at Paris, In conference
n with the heads of his technical -
.sly twice a week, as has been the state, or from the hands of God as State vs Giff Norman and Jordan Mvsnrs. S. E. Rich, Paul Knight, J. departments, is!preparing to send Jacksonville, Jan. 19! ,-Wilh. a maa. e

i :rule heretofore. The Missionary ber.nel the first chapters of Genesis IndicatesThe Williams, each charged with making W. Morgan, T. N. Kendrick, E. M. reinforcements to the occupied territory dolin tucked under his right arm, a

instead of falling offfi\ yield, young people of the communityare booze and having it In their posses Davis, J. M. Mitchell, R. A. Green J. prisoner his suit
currying can
and at the same time the French negro
f rat'6 doing better than before. A few urged to be present, sion. Each plead guilty. Normanwas Andreu with Mm.
: especially Daugherty, A. 0. authorities have in the mind the cutting and an armful of law books, John ..
: [ Xlondykea are also coming into.mar since this is a matter that is occupying sentenced to pay 'a fine of $10 R. Fernandez, pianiiit. Pope, sentenced to life Imprisonment,
off of the Ruhr region from all
,'if, I :let These heavy shipments have the attention of educators throughout and costs '
>compelled the express company to the land.MAKING. days. Williams' find was $50 and costs Presbyterian church, gave a sweet- "

I leave a car here for loading, so as and a jail sentence of one day. talk the of "Char of Germany.
spirited on eject
sot delay the trains. The berries bring ROOM: FOR ROAD State vs John Wesley, toting a pis ity," which was followed by tho Glee There are rUmor that Gen. Wey- MR. and MRS. FU1CII GIVE FIVE ,.
gand, Marshal Foch'a chief of .staff, HUNDRED: PARTYMr.
bushel 300
Jrom $6.50 to $7.50 per ; r tol. He pleaded guilty and wan sen- Club singing, "The Church In the .
will be conimi iHoner
appointed high
1' bushels were shipped Tuesday.It County Judge/ R. A.1 Green is. haying tenced to the county jail for a term Wildwood." -

must be remembered that the the residence building on his new of four months. j I "Our Affectionate 'Domestic Anl for the Ruhr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch entor-

I rowers had only 25 to 50'per cent of purchase, corner Jackson and Sander- State vs Henry Cooner, pistol tot mal, the Cow," was discussed In a humorous j I' The French president, M. Millernnd/ tamed 11 few friends Monday eveningat

i tfeejr strawberry land set to the Missionary son streets, moved some distance east ing. Pleading guilty and was fined manner by Rev. W. E. Dough- 'j In an address to representatives of their attractive home on East Call'

I and some doubting Thomasesdid of its old location. This is in orderto $2;) and costs, or county jail for three erty, of the Christian church. Mr., I the league of patriots, announced that street, by giving a five hundred par

not plant any at all of that kind. enable him to move the fence In montrm. Dauirherty made some fine points in Franco was determined to compel respect ty. The hosttmn nerved cake, fruit

Therefore the shipments aro much along Sanderson street, to give proper State vs Henry Graham, petty larceny favor of doing away with the cattleon for treaties.MR. punch and home made candy und the

i smaller than if the entire strawberry' width to that street, which will Prosecuting witness asked that the streets, after which the Glee guests. spent a delightful! evening.ThoMo .
I lands were picked over. soon be paved and become n portionof the case be nolle pressed and the request Club sang "Carry Me Back to Old present wer Mr. and Mrs..

,Besides strawberries, large quanti- the hard surfaced road to traversethe was granted. Virginia." All of the sweet old melodies I TAIN G. M. Inman, Mr. and Mrs. F. V

r fews of cabbage and beets are also be- county, north and south. Now ''comes John Grlffia, charged/ sung during the evening! were Stump, Mr and Mrs. A. S. Crews! ,

,, ilag sent from here. 'The fence'on, property of Dock Alvarez with bootlegging. He plead not guil much appreciated by the audience. Mr. arid Mrs Frank Hoover entertained Mr. and Mrs.. W. K. Davis, Mr. "and

on the 'same street will be mov ty. A jury was then sworn in, com Rev. L. li. Simpson, pastor of the a few friends Friday eveningby Mm.. Frank Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Jo. '

TO INCOME TAXPAYERS ed back to conform to the balance of posed of J. G. Boyd, J. C. McRae, T. Methodist church: made a talk on giving a BOO party Those enjoying Hoover( Mr. and !\In. G. M. Sistrunk.
the evening Mr. and Mrs.
the street line. When this is done, B. Trieiit, W. L. Silcox, J. S. Normanand "Birds and Squirrels," and his remarks
G. M. Inman Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
Collector D. T: Cerow sends us the the street will be fall width throughout S. E. Triest. To be, or not to be, fairly radiated with humor and ELOISE: RITCII'M BIRTHDAY I'At
Stump, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis.
'following notice: j : Its length. an "utterer" of chine-that 'Was the good will( towards every living crea TY
Mrs. Hoover served! her guests with
Below is a list of dates upon which question, and the /good men and true ture. -
delicious hot chocolate sandwichesand
a Deputy collector of internal revenue MISSES ,BRINSON GIVE PARTY could not agree. They were then or The Glee Club sang, "Massa'a In I Little Miss Mary Eloise Ritch ceUlirated -
home made candy
will, \ visit your tpwns for the purpose dered back by the court to try to do'' the Cold, Cold Ground," and C. F. the ninth anniversary of her

.( Assisting taxpayers 'in filing their Misses Josephine, Hulda and Thel- better, but had no better luck than''1 Hoover read a paper written by Rev ter "Paul Knight delighted the audi birthday' by giving! a party to a number

,come returns for tax for the year ma Brinson entertained Informally on before. They agreed to disagree, and A. E. Dunham, of the Episcopal ence with an exceedingly amusing I of her young friend, last Thursday yr

lt22. which are to be filed on or 'be- Friday evening at the home of their so informed the judge for a second church, entitled "Them Things That pianologuc, which closed! the evening's : afternoon, at the home of hr

Jor!,March 15, 1923.I parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brinson, time. The judge couldn't understandthe Ain't," which proved to be highly entertaining program I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch.

!Would ask that you please give on N. Walnut street. "how come" about it, and a hew and amusing. Brick ice cream and fancy cakes' The fair' young hostess received I

tklajas' much publicity as possible, asi The guests Included Misses Madge jury was sworn In, consisting of E.,I "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean"was were served as refreshments, the many pretty gift from her friends

will be of great benefit to a number Middleton, Margaret/ Long Abdrey J. King, E. M. Coleman, F. F. Stump, sung by the trice singers, and was young men or the Brotherhood actingas who came to make merry with her oe

.f taxpayers in your city and vicin- :, Johns, Ethel Griffin, Mrs. Vlvirette J. M. Mitchell, A. O. Strickland and followed by a splendid address by C.ol. waiters V thin occasion. Games were enjoyed

ity.'I.' Lewis; Messrs. J. E. Corpenlng, W. C. C.: John. These gentlemen .went D. E. Knight, his subject being "What There ale eighty-one members of anti refreshment of ice cream and '

suggest that taxpayers Inquirethe A. Bessent, Jr., Levy Canova, Charlie Into the jury room with the determination ., Are We Living For?" Mr. W. l!;. the Protestant Brotherhood organization cake were served. The favors we.

postmaster where the deputyn Johns and D. P. Carpenter.At to do or die, but after due deliberation ,,'Davis then talked on the charitable and they give promise of doing lollypops and sticks of candy dressedto !

be found at the different towns.- the close of the merry eveningthe they cant out and told the'i work of the Brotherhood, telling of valuable work in the community, having look like dolls, with cunning little

L Hampton, February Oth. hostesses served sandwiches and judge that! unity of conviction would j(several case where they bad given already made an excellent: beginning faces, which were without doubt ve.y r

\ Lake Butler February 21, 23rd. chocolate. not come to them and that the jury I| timely aid to those in distress. Masi The officers are:' "sweit" favors. t I

I { Lawtey, February 6th. is a -body could not make up Its mind |I I President, II. II. Young The little guests spent such a happy n

I, (Melrose, February 10th to 12th in- J. B.' Cheek, salesman for the Buick whether John Griffin. had cold boozeor told you so." Secretary, N. B. Hull afternoon,that when they departed

isfve.Sterk. Motor Co., of Lake City, Is spending not. The first set of jurymen then I I I A new trial of this ease will take 'Treasurer, J. M. Mitchell. they wished EIoUo's birthday cant

*, February 7th and 8th. i the week in the city. had the' pleasure of telling them, "I]place the 27th inst I Chaplain, Rev. T. J. Hedfet. quarterly Instead of yearly.! ,

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NEGRO HANGED FOR CATTLE New York City, which showed that Springs this week. Duke were visitors to Lake Butler on

_1 1I I. : OCCUPATIONOF I STEALING IN .\LACnVA where tests had been made on pneu- The :farmers of our section are busy Monday.

; TAKEN FROM JAIL monia patients ten per cent more died shipping strawberries and getting Mrs. N. II. Stokes and, grandsons,

RUHR IS I where whiskey was given than whereit ready to plant. y Winifred and Cyril, of Miller\ were .

Was $in New berry Jail Waitingto was not given. The same was true Geiger Barry was a business culler guests of Mrs Lillian Dekla last Sun r l y 1

be Taken to Gaincstille; where tests hud been made in English to Hampton Wednesday. .

EXTENDEDGARRISONS hospitals. The best authority on Charley :McKinney of Long Branch, I day.J. D. and Wilbur Rimes, of Miller,
Gainesville :Jun. 17.-Abu I Wilson, diabetes in the United States
disap- spent the week-end with his parents, were hero on business one day of lust
negro, about ;IO years of age, who proves of the use of alcohol in that Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney.Miss .
\ t ,. the Gainesville-New-
j. owns a farm on disease. Mae McKinney, one of the pri-
t INHABITANTS Mrs. Joe Edcniield spent Saturdayhere VIRGINIA
road and who arrested last .
berry was mary teachers, spent the week-end at BURLEY
) P. P. Dekle.
Sunday afternoon on a charge of cat- Lake Butler with relatives.
AGAINST TROOPS. Il\IPEUTINENT-UUT .PERTI. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
tle stealing, was taken from the jail Irving Dyal spent Saturday over at 1
NENT claimed by death Sat-
W. was
{ at Newberry between 10 and 11 Hampton on business.Mr. .
*" Berlin, Jan 13.-At Steele, two o'clock last night and hanged in the und Mrs Miles Warren, of De- urday morning. Mrs. Gainey and

!f mites outside of Essen, the French I famous Lynch Hammock. The body Any fool can ask questions but Funiak Springs,, were visitors at the children were called here by the ill-

'! flag, hoisted byoccupying; troops, was swung there until 3 o'clock this after- it generally requires"wisdom. to home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd.A ness and death of her father, B. J.

1 ', ,. torn down mid destroyed, says a dispatch noon when it was cut down and a cor- answer them. crowd of young folks motored to Thomas, several days ago. Mr. Gain- ,,9'

r + to yonvaerts today. oner's jury, which had) been empan- For instance- I the State Farm Saturday night. ey arrived Sunday and will accom- t.

+ p4..' t" The burgomaster had to apologize nelled to view the body, rendered a Why do we find fault with the Remember the Bible school at three pany his wife home to Oakland as ,;I
to the French commander and publish verdict to the effect that the negro town without advancing a rem o'clock, Sunday. Come. soon as other members of the familyare she

', IS; an appeal warning the public against came to hm death as the result of edy for the condition of whichwe sufficiently recovered to make the AMERICAN TOBACCO en

'' excesses : hanging at the hands of persons un- complain? FIVE MILE\ journey. We tender our sympathiesto .\

known to the jurors. Why do we look upon others the bereaved parents.

Essen, Jan. 13.-At the morning For years it has been impossiblefor as grasping when we are doingall Five Mile, Jan 26Mrs.. Lacey Misses Minnie, Susie and Agnes How It Works "

conference between the French commission a white man to raiae cattle in that we can to grab everything Williams\ of Florence, S. C., is visiting Murphy were hero on business Mon- The \\lwrlmnRlnpa, hhn..tr, lad' t

yS' o 1 and Hub-committee of the section on account of thieves. It will possible for ourselves ? her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. day.Mr. penslble U of course, the out who

E'' coal syndicate, the Germans agreed to bo remembered that it was in this section Why do we feel resentment to- Duke. and Mrs. Steve Brannen, of Imagines his loss would be Irrt-

'l -I resume delivery of coal if tile French where some hogs were stolen I ward more favored people whilewe Mr. and Mrs. Woodville Williams, Lake Butler, were guests of her I parable and ho usually turns cut strong

1 55 would pay for the coal in lieu of the some seven years ago, which resultedin perhaps feel ourselves just a of Jacksonville, and sister, Miss Angelica mother, Mrs. B. Dukes, Sunday. In nothing but Imagination.-BulYala

9 g' German government which has declined the death of Deputy Sheriff Wynn I' little superior to those who are Faircloth, of Lake Butler, were 'rlmAS.

*. to finance further deliveries in the land the lynching of some six or seven less fortunately situated than : guests of Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle .-' .....

g 1 face of the French occupation of the negroes and the legal hanging of an j II ourselves? Monday Dally Thought. Who( Career ,

.fi .' ( Ruhr valley. The French accepted the other. Why do we kick the dog out of James Stokes visited friends and A single grateful thought turned Queen Elizabeth. It Is said, possessed

t. proposal in principle, but the time of Wilson Mat tried yesterday before ',. our way and then expect it to relatives here ]last week. heavenward la the most perfect prayer. DS many as 3,001)) gowns at one time.

payment and the amounts of delivery Justice Crocker und found guilty. lIeI']; refrain from biting us when we Mesdames R. E. Parrish, D. I. Blume Leasing.! All were made of the richest stuffs,

1., t are still without the lines of agree was fined $300 or six months on the get in its way? B. L. Duke and Lacy Williams, Misses trimmed with lace, embroidery and finxJoweU. 1

"r ,t ) ment. The coal l operators say they chain gang. He was taken back to Why do reputed broadminded Ids, Josephine and Winnie Blume, .

I are ready to resume operations as the jail and locked up with the intention men and women pour out Gladys Duke, Gertrude and Estelle

t' coon as the agreement is reached of bringing him to Gainesville their vials of wrath upon others Parrish attended a cane grinding at, Too dose a shave?'* No Worms In a wealthy Child j

aht'S I i The meeting was attended by some to start his time with the gang on the because they take a different the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle All. chlld.e.! ... which troubled Indicates with Worms t poor blood have eel nn uohealthycokir. .o (\

t "! I '+ 20 producers, who were threatenedwith roads. view of the things of life? Monday. MENTHOLATUM f rule, there ,is moro or I eta stomach diBturbautvGROVE

: arrest and confiscation ifthey Why do we hold up to view Willie Kelly and Willard Parker, of for!:'S two TASTELESS or three weeks CHILL wll TONIC enrli given the Mn I rclarly ,.

S ;. >h'f, failed to attend the conference. W .C. T. U. COLUMN the sinfulness of men engagedin New River, were visitors here Mon- comforts and hcala. /Improve thedl ..Iuo.aod( actas general Stwm .

J .,' The magnates were invited to attend other professions and ignore mind( Tnnlcto the whnle>y oteni. Nerurewi'IU. fi,
day.Mrs. throw orr..rdllllf1 the wormo,Bod theCtilldw
_ a similar meeting yesterday, but the shortcomings of men in Lacy Williams and Miss Mae I In nerfaet, health. Pleaiant.r..ke.*90c per tt><." '
r,t h; they did not appear. our own? ;i 1
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(hr; 1' ;y The invitation was lI'nto about a Why do we stretch the truthin -- --: ,,
There is a demand for living -
score of the most prominent operators every putting over our own view, I I
k in United States to
in the occupied areas. The control being the respect and then roar with offended vir-
and l abide the laws of the .
committee has been divided into about by republic.Let I, tue when some other fellow tries Alachua Foremost Center- !
men who are rending the moral County's Shopping ==
three sections which will deaf, respectively the same scheme,?
k fiber of the republic through
I with the coal situation, the easy con- Why do we spread the faultsof
1 "I miners' protest and the producers' as- tempt for" the prohibition law, because others while using !
they think it restricts 'their personal every en- Shop Through Our Mail Order Department. ,
I; sociation. deavor to cover up our own ?
liberty, remember that they set the -
Inhabitants Warned Why do we consider other I
and breed for law
The first order of General do Gou- example contempt pie's children "fresh" while the I
S .
which would ultimately destroy the
av' ,, ette appeared on the street this morn- same faults in our owti are gen-
ing. It gave notice that pressure republic.The day. Is unlikely to come when erally looked upon as an early Quo'fty'i>} I rJnp hnltU I
would l be if in
e applied operations were ) indication of a high order of in- J1i '
e the eighteenth amendment will be re SerVice
any way interfered with, if experts telligence ? ,

rc were angered their work and warned pealed. If the statutory provisionsfor Why do we double up with t
1 its enforcement are contrary to
the Inhabitants against untoward mirth at the discomfiture of
If 1' deliberate which I do i
public opinion,
',i resistance. .
J deeds or passive others and then become peeved
ti, i dI The proclamation expressed the not believe, rigorous and literal enforcement when the joke is on us?
Stock of
will concentrate public at- Largest Goods and
r- hope that the relations between the tention modification. Why do we reserve the rightto ,
Belgian and Frenchofficials and then on any requisite freely criticise those who do
Such a course conforms with the law, Notions in Central Florida.COMMERCIAL
i population would bejequally' as good not agree with us and then resent .
the humiliation of
as in the occupied territory- the saves our people their criticisms of us?
.+.t before the world, and challenges the
\ left bank of the Rhine.
Why are we always right and
destructive forces engaged in wide-
;i r P' General de Gouette pointed out that the other fellow wrong?

the occupation was not military and spread violation, official corruptionand Why do we take upon our-
had no political character, being for selves the moral regulation of
G. of the Unit-
( the purpose of supporting and, pro president others when they are equally

'. ; 1 tecting members of the experts com- ed States. competent to judge for them- JOB

mission lie to the
appealed people 'USE selves ? *
i. I for their co-operation, BEVERAGES QK Why are we perfectly satisfied '

r Urge Miners to be Calm with the majority rule un- PRINTING.

The four main bodies of mine work til we find ourselves on the side 1
"Three difficulties in the
i' era have Issued an appeal to their great way of the minority? "
of enforcement ,
"l members to refrain from violence and I are avarice Of to'these "'
t' an answer .
appetite and the claims that alcoholic ,
I. continue at work. Thesignatoriesare questions would reflect upon the \
aid in
liquors are a
the association of German mineworkers necessary other fellow-we could hardly : / '
'treatment > .
of disease, said Mrs. !
the Christian mine workers i
expect it to be' otherwisebutWilY ,
'' Martha M. Allen in hcr address before .
r Polish trade union and the miners'association ? .
the World's Convention. i rr
'n the miners section of thes' ..
Hirsch "Newspapers report that a consid- ;.,)
Dunker trade union. ,

i4' ,'. The manifesto strongly protests erable part of the liquor seized by HAMPTON ... ., r
prohibition enforcement officials is
the occupation, but advises the work- sent to hospitals. An inquiry has Hampton, Jan. 20.-Mrs. F. A. Scottof a S CARDS ..
} ers not to give to excessive .
way patriotism
been sent out by this department tosuperintendents Starke, was the guest of friends \ ,!
d or intentional agitation, as and relatives here last ,
of hospitals Tuesday. POSTERS .. .1
a many .
forcible '. ,
opposition would only mean asking! about how much whis- Mr. and Mrs.\ V. Freeman, of Max- fl. ':,. ""

:f further the promise hardships.by the It commandant'calls attentionto of key, brandy and wine has been used in ville, spent a few days in town this :' ENVELOPES :, : :, = .
week. Mr. Freeman takes *much interest ,
their institutions during the two I .
past '
the occupational forces that the German ".:: .
in Sunday school work _
of Mini and did BILL HEADS
S Forty-four hospitals
,t 4, ;; social laws, including the'eight- years. "
\ ,' : t hour law, would continue effective and nesota report using no liquor, also some work for the Baptist school ,:: I

'I' :':'' I \( that the normal life of the inhabitants the )city hospitals of. Cincinnati St. I' while here. NOTE HEADS J'1 ,' :

: -woulc, ) not be disturbed. Louis, St. I'uuf, Minneapolis and In- Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Waldo, was : :

), r ., Formal protests against the occupation dianapolis. Very little is used in the the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs\ WINDOW CARDS .<, V -
largo of New York City P. B. Hunt, Sunday.
"f.. "., authorities are being at all made places by where the German coops and Philadelphia also in Columbus, The W. M. U. of the Baptist church SHIPPING TAGS S ; :";::. .

tk fah '( 1 Ohio, and in Virginia. Cook County met at the home of Mrs.V. B. Alex- '
which the author-!
S appear, to military j HEADS't
of that has used alCoholic ander Tuesday.Rev. :
t' .. j hospital : city no .
S lies reply that they are virtually unable j .. "
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liquor since the advent of national Jones, of Lake City, preachedat .
: to deal with the protests and can ,rj
I" prohibition. 1-117 of: the r t '
cases church
'' pneumonia Baptist Sunday. S !
merely note them.Conversations : ,
t'3 t .. With, miners and in- 'I have been treated during this Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler have ,> : :, -

... \time ant no complaint came from any recently been visitors to Starke. I >#
dustralists alike indicate there is atM' k kt
r : S'
feeling' of opposition under the lur.i i attending physician because whiskey I Frank Wilson and wife, of Georgia, ,, ''': .
was not furnished for these patients. are the guests of his uncle, W. B. ,>"'<;", r I
face but that the workers feel that
ast' : I .
I t
"There are twenty-two states in the Alexander. 4. ;'
a ...
; long as they can.live as usual, draw 1 ,. 0,;.
\ I United States that do not permit the J. II. Saxon and Prof. W. 'O. Duval f) J :
I '
i '. their there Wages will and be maintain no serious their outward positions sale of alcoholic liquors even for rm>cT- I have recently been visitors to Starke. < "Our Work is the Best" 't : : ;

k !: 'resistance. I icine and no word has ever come from +I Mrs. W B. Roper, of Jacksonville, is S <.

,"' health officials of those states that I the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elsie -' '. K
There has been virtually resistance ;i.
2'1\ no I any injury has resulted to the sick.! I Sparkman, this week.L. s,; 'io

'''';,.'', or active opposition, except as Our aim U to get similar laws for all i A. Wynn and family, of Starke, .' \..... .. ,

I t I the states." were guest of his brother L. J. Wynn 1 .

} !It y: WHAT FUN IT IS At a conference: later' Mn. Allen Sunday. x.URAHAM ,,' ;'", r -

went into the report on nonusoof .
{ alcohol in hospitals more fully. She .
; '
", Vnid that hospitals reporting the use t

r: 5, s cant be well und hearty un whiskey declared it was prescribed .Graham, Jan. :20.-:Messrs." E. J. \
+ S YOU you are properly nourished- for pneumonia. She gave the )
I' mostly ,Murrhee and L. G. Barry were business
ar' can't be strong unless your Bellevue .5. BRADFO.RD ar .
from Hvspital,
death rates \
appetite is guod. I visitors to the county seat Mon -
I, For a keen appetite good digestion, ;
.rich red blood, and the "punch" and such minor incidents as the tearing j day.Mrs.. Jake Roberts and little son,
h A "pep" that goes with perfect health. down of the military proclamation .
''; 'iou need Glide's, Hugh: Drinson, returned to their home COUNTYI
s I'cpto-Manran. .
,,, :posted in the streets '
s, .r' Take Gude's for a short tune and fit Tallahassee Wednesday.
d? ', note the big difference in the way you I Mrs. D. J. Byrd ,has been visitingher .. ,
School Buildings Requisitioned
S. look eat and fuel.
brother, Bruce Warren, of Little
Your druggist has it-liquid or tab- DuUburg, Germany, Jen. 13.-Tho '

5 I' lets, as you prefer. French have requisitioned twenty-two TELEGRAPH t (
public school buildings as barracks

a Gude's fo the troops of occupation, and the ,666 '.. 1 \

'' J f pepto-Mang'an city.has been forced to discontinue all\ STARKE (FLORIDA ::.

classes as other quarters are not now Is a Prescription for Colds Fever and r ,I.I.r

i'' t' .. Tonic and Blood Enricher available. The French are occupying : LaGrippe. It's the most speedy remedy -

"*;. J all public halls. we know, preventing! Pneumonia.

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mnmmIl.IIDmmlummmmmmmmmmmmdmmmnftllllfftlllal t1k ISait' tho Daytona Beach auditorium when I all physicians here hear tho morning I SAMPSON CITY a

i the directors of the auditorium declined I discourse and, later point out the errors tl

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs : .50 I to allow the meeting! following, I' I Sampson: Clt-:Jan.;; 20.-Mr. and q

a request by the mayor, who stated Larrttmore Khoden visited friendsin Mrs. W. H. Smith and little daughter 3
that he feared trouble would .
ensue. Sanderson Sunday
I Dorie, W. S Nabb and son Dogan,
O----- I Notices hint been posted on the-tloors Warren Perkins, of Starke, visited I motored to Starko Sunday.T. ,
GOOD warning women and children not to
friends in Lnwtcy Sunday.The I V. Williams and Ray Goodge returned
attend the klan meeting, and it was
latest real estate transfer wan I to Palatka Thursday, after a
reported that anU-klunsmcn were organizing -
Told by Our Exchanges. CIGARETTES prevent the rally. that of Monday when R. M. Tracy visit here with relatives

_. ....._ .. ..............._.__ __.__.._......___. .ft A purchased the Brookin place near the W. M Roburson, of Nahuntu, Ga., e"
_m..u..W<' .L : Methodist parsonage from Mr. and wan called here Monday to the bad-
W. Burns, employed at fireman ata
Edward' F. Carswell, age 50,, for Mrs.\ T. S. Stark. side of his father, who has been seriously .
I The Marion county grand Jury, in 10 saw mill east of Wimauma in IHlls-
the past thirty years mail clerk on the | ill with pneumonia.
special session returned indictments borough blown to
today county was literally
Coast Line train between Lakeland
is charging murder in the first atoms and the sawmill was completely im.vnroiti) Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was in
And Waycross Ga. died his train
Kathleen degree against Henry Gordon, chiefof GENUINE I wrecked early Wednesday morning! : town Saturday.

p near Friday police, M. P. Bronson and C. P. when a steam boiler\ carrying eighty! Bradford, Jan. 20-Mr. and Mrs. S. Mi" and Airs. Carl Wynn are the

t< Howell, policemen; and O. E, Wiggins fit "BULL" pound pressure exploded. Durns C Andreu were visitors to Worthington -'I proud parents of a son, born the eleventh. .
W. L. Evans, who lives six; miles deputy sheriff. They are alleged to DURHAM body was blown a distance of one hundred Saturday .

northeast of Eustis, brought to town j I have taken part in the shooting of \" feet or more by the explosion, C. M. Andreu was in Staiko Sat 'I'. V Williams, Kay Gooilgc! Mrs.
v r and placed In cold storage the largest j! Grady Reynolds on the night of December TOBACCO ;-I leaving only a mass of mangled flesh, urday. W. J. Koherson I and Misses Mamie

hog seen for several years. The porker
was a Poland-China, 3 years old, |I two days later. torn from the body. The bond wa Stnike Sunday e
of the material. .
and weighed dressed 605 pound cargo I split in two by the force of the impact. sonville.Mr. I Juke John, of Starke, was here on
I and Mrs. W. II. Harrell and
John II. Worth, of Frostproof, was One of the shoes worn by the Sunday,
A corporation has purchased 10- I "LadY' Grace," the beautiful two families and Mrs. Ruby Guinea attended -
killed train j dead man was found at the place Mrs. W. H. Smith and .
by Friday littlo
a daughter
000 acres of fine citrus land located )i passenger million dollar yacht owned by G. E. I tho funeral of Mrs. Alice :
night while on his way' home. He had where he was standing when the explosion \ ))01'1., spent a few days last week
about Lake Louise south of Clermont. j| Fish, brother-in-law of the Studeba- Quick" at Santa Fe Sunday.
occurred and thu other shoo
ridden to the packing house with his at llrookrr visiting her sister, Mrs.
kern, arrived at Clearwater Friday Miss Lucille llnrrell returned homo
[The is known the American
company as j"son and then started down the track. v: is found two hundred feet away The 'Lonnie Morgan.Mrs. .
Riveriera Fruit isi end is at the city pier. The Lady fronva visit with friends and relativesat
[, Corporation i boiler itself\ was hurled 1\ considerable

he the track
Evidently misjudged on U M. Cason and
Grace was a visitor hero last winter Santa Fe. I daughter
at and >
[capitalized $3,000,000 -
proposes distance, while a huge rock which
I which the train approaching for '
to start development at once.' was and admired by many hundreds, of had been nt'ar'tho Mr.\ and Mrs Leonard Cook are receiving !Mollie Lou, aro visiting/ 'relatives at
boiler found
the engineer states that ho stepped people. The yacht is one of the hundred congratulations over the birth Chalker, Ga., this week. >
""' directly in front of the train which with wireless about one hundred yards away. I I.ynk Williams and Kirby Smith, of
I: foot class, is equipped of a son, born tho 18th inst. I
The second car of canned grapefruit had begun slow down for I
to the de
and Loi-hlooHa, were visitors hero Wednes t
i apparatus of the latest type\ Malcolm Harrell and ulster, MUm
and valued at 7.1 LAPTEVLawtey
comprising 00,000
I pot. The body was badly mangled'by has Diesel oil burning engine, besides Geneva, who have been attending tho day
00<\ has been shipped by the St. Lucie j j the
I Istrrage wheels. being fitted up with every comfort Jan. school at LaCrosse, spent the weekend I W. I. and Fred I.. Denver and Mrs.
[Packing; Company, operating the cold 26.-Mrs W. I, Powell -
would find on liner. with homcfolka. W. J. Roberson motored Starko
one an ocean to one
[ and packing plant on the joined her husband here last weekand
St.I I Carl Driggers, of Arcadia, was Her numbers six and she last
crew Mr. Matthews, of Plant/ City day week
[Lucia river at the south county they are located I in the Methodist pass
just across from Stuart. ]I up before County Judge Trahue on has accommodations for thirty f eo- parsonage. Mrs. Powell has yeen ed, through our burg last week. Mrs. Jim Thomas, of New River, is

Monday, charged with a statutory'offence pie. spending several months with her Mrs. W. II. Harrell was in Worthington visiting, her sistor.in-, aw, Mrs. Carl
against unmarried female '
an -
Announcement that line of : daughter in Orlando. Friday. Wynn.
its a pas- ,
enger steamships soon will operate under eighteen years old<1, the victim I "Mamma spilled Ko'-n\e coffee on papa I, Miss Eiuu: Illanchurd l, of lUooksj Cephus Harrell was in llrooker'on Dr. Middlcton, of Starke, made several
being his The warrant
/ [between Baltimore and Miami, Fla., ; he got mad, and he hit him over!' j ville, is spending a few ,days hero at Saturday.Mrs. calls here last week.
for his
arrest out the 1
[with.a stop at Charleston, S. C., was ]I[ girl, in the case was and sworn nine witnesses by I the head with a stick and then cut his"j, tho home of* her parents, Mr. and W. M. 1I1&JTelllnd Mrs. tully The many friends of Wiley Rober-
a [made yesterday by the president of summoned. heldin throat with a big butcher knife. He's i Mrs A. M. Blanchard. Gaines were In Brooker Saturday. : lion will bo pleased to know that he is
(tho Baltimore and Carolina were bond of Driggers was asleep now, under the grtiss." This I Jack Howe was transuding buM- Charlie Cone und Ray Andreu, wero improving after a two weeks illness
$1,000 to wait action of
h ship Company. A freight steam-I, the grand jury. Failing to give bond tale told to un official of the Jackson- ness in Starke Wednesday. in our community last week. with pneumonia. cr
1 ready is in operation between these : ville Salvation Army home by a !four Mrs L. II. Hill was a visitor, to Mrs. Ruby Gaines was the guest of
he was committed to jail in Arcadia
/ porls.I I'for safe r year boy in his baby lisp is responsible Starke Wednesday Mrs. O. W. flurry Sunday night -

E. I I keeping. for Edna Mills, the mother, 47, I Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jacksonville :Miss Uranus Shaw and, Mr. F.zrl Diplomacy in tn. Hem ,

The comptroller's office has handled I being docketed by the police and held spent Sunday here with her. parents, James! were quietly married nt the Every now and then wife urges
110,377, more applications for motorvehicle ,I Mrs Chauncey E. Peck, 70, winter for investigation. Her son, 18, who, t I Rev and l Mrs. E. D. Itoyer.A. home of tho bride's parents, Mr. and inBliaud to buy some new clothes for

registration through January !' visitor from \Valbraham, Mass., who according to the police, says his father O. Armstrong of Kottton, Mass., !hire C. N. Shaw: last wc k. himself but If ho i Is a pretty good
Fifth this year than through the same ] was run down by a street cur in St. is alive In Texas, also is held. Mrs. I was the guest last week of Mr. and C. M. Andreu attended, services at talker ho can got out oi. It without

[date last year. At the close of business !I I Petersburg, died at a local hospital. ,, Mills maintains that her husband died |, Mrs. A. A. Smith. Mr. Armstrong Is Miller Sunday night. making her mini.- I'ttrt Worth I tar
had been Ilifl,385 I; Mr [ January 15, 1922, there year ago the successor toV. Gleirson & Mrs. John spending a
( applications received and handled i, of Barked automobiles directly in the flu, or "something that takes you commission! merchant' of Boston while with relative mid friends at I

t and this year the number has ;, front of the street car. The motorman) I quickly.( H. G. Ostccn, of Muxvillo, wan a Rniford.

f reached 68,762. applied the ememgency brake but thewoman's visitor! to Law ley Sunday. P. M. Barefoot passed through our I Hands chapped? ''j

I i body was dragged thirty The Florida East Coa' railroad obtained Mrs. Fortune Moulin returned to community Sunday enroute to Miller.

What is believed to have been the feet along the rails. Both her arms from the Interstate Commerce her home in Jacksonville the first of Mrs. Foxworth and Juther, Mr, Hub- i MENTHOLATUM *

I largest capture of aliens ever made.on I I and l right leg were broken. Action of Commission permission to proceed the week artl'r'spending a few days bard, were !guests of !Mrs. C. M. An- i heals quickly and 4
|the Florida coast was effected at Sar- the automatic guard beneath the car with construction of 133 miles of rail- { here with her parents Mr. and Mrs dreu Thurnduy. I
prevented the wheels passing over road in that state to cost $4,839,000 eltty.
Sheriff and M.
|asota by Hodges deputies. the i I Padgett. I I I
,:Forty-five:J Italians and Cubans were body. and to extend from Okeechobee to Alex Howe, of Gainesville, and !Mrs Be Wls'e-Adverttle- ...A
//I grounded up between here and Venice. Lemon City, a suburb in Miami, witha I John Howe, of Kingsluy were guests

5 I' [ Three more of the party, making a Initial steps have been taken and branch eleven miles in length run !''of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith Sunday, ..
< total of forty-eight, were captured at I. plans are maturing for an Atlantic, ning from a point near Iliuleth to u I I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. lilnni-hnrd, ----- q -

j Bradentown, about fifteen miles from South Coast highway along the Atlantic connection with the present main line of Fort Pierce, are spending a few t

f here. I I I j coast from Wilmington, N. C., of the system. In giving the commis- ,I{ clays here with relatives.

:[ to Jacksonville, via Charleston, Savannah sion facts to show the investment was I Miss Ida lilac, of Jacksonville, was I

The Hastings Potato Growers As- and Brunswick, according to a public necessity, the railroad estimated !-;guest of friends in Lawtey Sunday [

f, sociation, the leading factor in the i]I a statement by Fred G. Warde, chairman that it would procure $1,9.!) ,- { last. :

production and marketing of the crop I I I I of the attendance committee of 000 annually in new revenues from | Mrs. Lint Wilson and son, of,'Jack-

/ ",'of: the famous Hastings potato belt the association. A meeting of the additional facilities and that this I''sonville, spent several days here last

cf has affiliated with the Florida Citrus i I South Atlantic Coastal Highway as-I amount would probably Increase! each week with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mnrr 1

1'11 y Exchange, which will open offices at sociation which is sponsoring year. I Mrs. Carrie Starling, of Highland, SEDAN I
; Hastings for the handling of this bus. j I project, will be held at Charleston, S. visited relatives here Tuesday IY

.', Incas i through its extensive sales organization C., March 15 and 16. Death as the result of a nervous] Mr. Bishop! of Starke, was in town

\," with offices at strategic! :I shock because of a slight automobile I last week looking after telephone bus New Price
; [points throughout the United States :, Grace Howell, four times tried for accident overtook Mrs. Bates, of Dade mess

,[ami Canada. t murder on a charge of killing her hus- City, Sunday afternoon while driving Miss Myrtle Loudholtx, of Sander-
r ti I I band at Miami in 1918, returned to with her husband and two friends on I son, is spending a few days here this ,

,4;'' Buried alive in a well which he 'was' West Palm Beach alone from Chat. the highway/ a short distance northof week with relatives.J. I

.J}!1 digging Saturday at Ankona, John tahoochee asylum and went to the office I the Hillsborough/ river bridge Mrs. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, spent i
t Mackey, colored, suffocated before he of a local newspaper. The newspaper Bates saw that the car was about to Sunday here with friends.

could be rescued. :Mackey is said to I office turned her over to the run into the embankment and reached, Henry Bennett of Jacksonville, was 4'

a have reached a depth of about sixteen Salvation army, which in turn notifiedthe over the front seat and attempted to ''In town last) week on business,

feet and was in the act of climbingout sheriff. On an order of Judge help Mr. Bates control it, and when I John Dubose of Starke, was a visitor -

for dinner when the caving of the Davis of the circuit court, the woman 'to car came to violent stop she fell here Tuesday 1

; sand burled him. Immediate efforts was taken to Fort Lauderdale to be backin what her companions thoughtwas Mrs. L. A, Marr and children and

were begun td resuce him but continued confined in the Broward' county jail a faint. A passing car containeda Miss Hazel Futcl1 motored to Sander i I

'i5'j''! caving of the sand delayed rescue until the completion of the Palm Tampa physician, who stopped and son' Sunday. ,

J.f for several hours.A Beach county jail. turned his attention to Mrs. Bates, Miss Louise Blanchard, of Macclen- ,.
'rt and upon'examination! found that she ny, spent the week-end here with her
son of William Parsons discovered Scores of workmen are having their had already expired. parents\ Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanrh- F. O. B. Detroit'Equipped ,'

I the skeleton identified as that of a recluse eyes treated in Pensacola for not observing '
'\ ; ,' who had gone under the single rules laid down in working onboard Police Sunday prevented a Ku Klux ard.Mrs.. T. J. Terry was a visitor to with electric start "

(I?"f a I name' of Kilgore in a cabin set far the British steamship Baron Klan rally in the Daytona baseball Starke Wcdnexdax. ing and lighting stem, de-

? .back in the thick growth on the other I Lovat, which is 'loading a cargo of park by posting notices at the entrance W. A, Blanchard, of Barnotable, mountable rims extra rim and
.i Me of. Lake Hicpochee Sunday. Word crude pitch, or briquettes for Mar- of the park, forbidding the I Mass, is spending this week with his! ,
t was sent to the sheriff's office at 1 i seilles. Gases for the cargo seriously meeting and posting officers there to brothers A. M. and 15. I* Hlanchard. non-skid tires all around-the

Moore\ Haven. Kilgore had been living affect the eyes and goggles have to prevent the gathering. Dr. Caleb A. I This Is his second visit to Florida, the, Ford Sedan, at tho, new low

at the place for about four years be worn, the face and head of workmen Ridley, pastor of the Central Baptist I first visit being 33 years ago. of $595 F.O.B. Detroit
,but was known to few people.. Ills t being enshrouded in a mask. Men .church at Atlanta, wan scheduled to Dorse Higginbotham- Maxville, price
jl 4 cabin was almost inaccessible and he- who did not keep on this head gear speak at the rally on UnAmericanIsm. -I was a visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. is the greatest motor car value

l, was seldom seen. | are the sufferers. The ship will clearI.I I Last Wednesday night Dr. Rid Everett Bennett, of Highland, ever produced -an enclosedcar
ley was prevented from speaking at visited relatives hero lust week.
of comfort convenienceand
Graham Boyd of Starke, wan A business -

A TWICE-TOLD' TALE visitor here Tuesday. beauty. Buy now. Terms.
SICK BILIOUS! !\II'. and Mrs.,Don Frigo are havinga

j six room bungalow erected on their t

farm two miles north of town.
Good news bear repeating, and
I Truby Willis was trammeling business
,, :. .t,hLL4a when it is confirmed after 1100C Completely
'1 .r'I:Y'.,''r., STARTYOUR LIVER lapse of time, even If we hesitated to in Starko Tuesday.A. Equipped
Smith had the misfortune of
7 feel secure -
> + believe it at first bearing wo
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f ) In accepting 1U truth now. The losing a fine cow last week.. She was
: $. following experience of a Starke manU found dead in her stall in the morn

tf ,'4S 1n'as coaflrtntd' after many years ing when he went to milk.
Betterand Hansford Austin, farmer pave the !Mrs. T, J. Terry spent a few days '
Acts '
; liver Ton'
ni Calomel! "Godson's :!
rr w ,Take< following statement April> 12, 1014: : with relatives near. Lake 'City last .

.n .t'pesn't' Gripe, Salivafe or MaRe You Sick-Don't Doan's"It has Kidney been some Pills time, bat since this remedy I! used week.There were preaching services in

helped me when I was having trou 1
s the three churches here last -Sunday. E" i
':; : ''t", Lose a Day's Work- Read Guarantee of ble the with complaint.my back.Others Doan's of cured the family me Miss Solan, of the state mission

'tel't board of Jacksonville, was here last
have also used them with good re
it ,Calomel mokes you utek. It'l or stomach lour Just.. 'try a spoonful. .." Thursday and Friday. Thursday eve _.- .
? $.I Take a done of the danger, of harmless' Dodson'n. Liver Taste to On March 21,1922, Mr.! Austin said: ning she spoke to the Baptist W. M. :
1G and tomorrow
tonight you
8f t, \a day's work. llcre'b my guarantee-Oo to any "I repeat all I ever said praising U., Friday afternoon to the Sunbeam
\il I. mereury or quicksilver drug store and get: a bottle of Dodson' Doant Kidney Pill. They cured me and Friday evening to the B. Y. P. U.
as .w necrosis of the bonen.rliea Liver Tone for a few cents: Take of lameback and kidney disorder She left for Orange Heights Satur J. W. ANDREWS JK-, DEALER
( H. it come Into contact a spoonful and, If it doesn't straighten and I''always have a good word for FORD, LINCOLN, FORDSO.V f t
14 J bile era bni Into it. break- you right ,up and make you feelfine them." day.Dr. STARKE. FLORIDA
\ 14 i: Tbi i I. when you feel. that and vigorous 1 want you to go back Price 60cr at all dealers Don't Powell's subjects for next Sun
sea and crumping. If to the attire and get your nuraoy.UoJuon'n dayat Grace church will be "Haw to
lOll t
, 1d the Imply ask for a kidney remedy! -c
11 and "all knocked out, Liver Tone III\ destroying and ,
Live 100 Years in morning,
Doon'i Kidney Pills-the same that
rlas and bowels eon.80141 of calomel because it I I. real liver
6t III torpid have headache, dit/i-] medicine entirely vegetable therefore Mr Austin bad. Fo.t.r-Mdburn Co.. in the evening "The Man of the NewEr ,
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J I my Aunt Amelia-, who plies; ;powder gate lie then cut notches in the log ,greater: than all our differences of all the rest. This encourages wide I serve the highest family interests,

Bradford County Telegraph puff; and there' my Aunt Cordelia il where he wanted cuts made, then puta party creed traditions education and thinking. It discourages the one where there are vigorous America

,P --- .. -.. who takes cheap grades of snuff; crosscut saw in the first notch. Ho '1 I geography. It is the reason for the sided "CRt -NK." bodies and mi dll. Wo want comm.
--- andentered there is my Aunt Susanna who is exceeding I placed an ax against the log and left : federation's existence.The Our club came jnto being becausewe nice ,that are :extensions of the horn

Published weekly asseconlJ fat; and eke my old Aunt to let things take care of themselves. I federation has the machinery got something out of a group thatno whore we shall be friends with each

l; class matter at the post Hannah who brought,: her Maltese Along came a kid. He looked at i| for doing these things. Won't you one can /get ulono-Bonn-thing that other we people of all races and all
t office at Starke Florida. eat." the saw, then ran down the street. I i| help to keep the machinery going? we all crave-companionship, friendship | creeds where good schools!!!, high utua

0::::::==--' -:- ___ .,0__.. "Oh, cease, your idle chatter" tho Pretty soon he returned with a comrade I j i I There are seven active departments the wisdom that comes from \ darda of public health/ recreative,,

r u ]L S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner sad-eyed peeler! cried; "what do such and the two begun to wield theBOW. I of work, each with its trained leader many minds the inspiration that I beauty, shall tempt the finest type .r

trifle matter, where full grown !grief Other kids came along and who is more than anxious to help you springs from contact of mind with I people to come and live with us u*.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY abide V Had I no greater\ trouble than spelled, the first two when they !became in the joint activities-American citizenship mind the efficiency that results from | bring up their children.

f SUBSCRIPTION RATE aunts In every chair my harmless tired arid hot. Such!:; boys as applied education public combined effort. I We cannot get these things unl.i

11 fn Year ___________,___1: _._ ___$2.pO mirth would bubble from lips devoid could not find room at the saw, wielded welfare fine arts publicity international Tho federation Is a long stop forward we all work together. We must p.i
of care. I pinched a pluto for speeding thu uxe in splitting up the blocks.. relations and legislation. Each I in the' same direction, club l thorn Into daily intercourse and ink
-the work for which I'm hiredIand i The owner of the log generously allows !. )f these has its subdivisions also under -i stretching out its hand to sister club I politics. There is no community >.

Wonder if France through her inVasion now that plute is pleading to have j the boys to cut it up and he even >' I tho guidance, of an expert who with wider companionship lidded I i'I i small that it cannot realize these a.

y&& : of Germany will smother to me promptly fired. His pull In vastly lets them carry the split wood into gives! her service freely to any club friends, greater wisdom nobler bition, And when you have got thM

iy:4: .death the Germnn republic with which greater than any pull I know; he'll I (tho woodshed. He says he never that asks. ration a hundred times IlSPI.j I in your town and home you havb helpod .

w 'abe could have lived in peace and resurrect ;et me sooner or later, and hence I'm wants to interfere with children I But just as, in r umun makeup no ficiency. to make your nation hundred percent
Prussian militarism ? In that filled with woe For" I've a second plt'uauros., faculty or aspiration stands alone but tasks before American.
I There are big lying .1
case she will commit an unpardonable cousin a grandma nearly dead and' all are intertwined to make a fully women tasks that need such wisdom The federation stands and work*

r'i'4\' '.crime against the world and she may .I uncles by the dozen. who look to me PRISONERS/ REVOLT IN MARYLAND rounded man, no the federation recognizes I as we get from combined study tasks for these. It urges you to study asS

nay. goodby to peace forever. I. for bread I view my future sadly HOUSE! OF CORRECTION that it is by harmonious Interac- : that need the altruism we get from'I to work. The two should go hand N
t disaster: in it lurk; if things continue tion, of all these movements that we hand. is
working together tasks that need the I, "Nothing more dungero*
r What constitutes booze selling appears badly I'll be obliged] to work. And I 100 Hundred Inmates; Protest Again get progress. You may emphasize: energy we get from combinations! tfort. | than ignorance at work."

t : not to be susceptible of Inter- when my life is darkest when comfort Food; Fourteen.Are Shot in Fight your own particular subject but realize ('/ We want homes where the big I Do not be isolated. Join the otW
pretation according to the common gallivants when I've the care constantly how it relates itself to'PERMAREMi I
who in the midst thin ..
things are made big and the little ) women are of *
,r r rules of trade. It appears to be a met. that cnrkeHt you tell mo of your aunts Baltimore Jan. 23. Dissutisfic I, You .
things are made unimportant where You will get help. gk*
,- aphyslcal (question as hard to decider Your life is hunkydory ought to
you with food served them at the break- PROSPERITY children can be well-born and joyous I strength.Mrs. .
r what constitutes baptism is among dunce and grin; if you resume your fast table today fourteen prisoners and grow up to noble citizenship Thomas G. Winter President,
t" religious bodies. Itis -often beyondthe story I'll have to run ou in. of the Maryland house of correctionat '
where the family income is made to G. F. W. C.
average juryman/g\ capacity. And Each day my woe increases each Jcssup were wounded by birdsho FOR SOUMRN f FARMERS[

after all tho pros and cons have been day I'm more distressed for I have and four guards were injured by fur- -r- "

f .; presented before a court it is doubt aunts und! nieces until I cannot rest. niture hurled at them by tho inmates idea to -
be food
ful if the'accused himself knows if he Men ,see the teardrops glisten upon during an ensuing riot. All of- the "Why wouldn't It a
start right establishing permanent
4f I is guilty or not. The following anecdote my features pule] but not a man will injuries are slight. More than 100 farm prosperity now on every Southern GENERAL INSURANCE'INMAN

fj 1'a e'. aptly illustrates the latter case. listen when I would tell my tale. prisoners took part in the riot. farm, to take the place of the regular & RITCHFIRE.

} o A Georgia bootlegger had engaged n Warden William E.: Lankford said seesaw into debt and out of debt that

"smart" lawyer to defend him.before IOWA !MAN IS HIS OWN GRANDFATHER the men, after denouncing the food. nan been going on tor fifty year or LIFE, BONDS, AU.TOMOBILE;
the .court. Tho jury pronounced him AT THE AGE OF 22 more) said H. G. Haatlnga of Atlanta
left the table and refused to to
"Y wt not guilty anil ho was discharged.! work. go prominent agricultural loader recently. Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14
lIe urged the men( to returnto
t Later tho lawyer asked him whether "Etiougui. monoy has come Into tbs Hours Every Day.
Fertile Iu., Jan. 24.-The birth their cells and submit their grievances I
,; -r he had really sold booze or not. The son this week to Peter Linsky and i South during too loot twenty-five years '
'"" in an orderly manner. This! foe cotton) to have made this the weal- 'STARKE FLORIDA.
I sho"thougbt ;
Answer was: "Well kennel
wife gains for a local man the distinction
they refused to do and guards were thiest agricultural section Iqatead of the
I had; but since you proved I his
of being own grandfather called. poorest. Where has all these billions
,' t hadn't an' tho jury said so, too, Idon't
{ at the of twenty-two.
age Guns loaded with blank cartridges upon billions of dollars gone?
f#% see how in thunder I could n About eighteen'months ago Linsky were tired on the mob but upon find "These cotton dollars have largely mmm/lf/ m tmmDm''t''''' (III' ,
done hit-do you? married n widow who has u cone to the North and West for bread I
o(V f I young ing the cartridges; were blanks, they "
His and! meat, 'gone never t t. return. Our FOR SALE
grown-up stepdaughter. father surged forward uring furniture and I ,
i& RETAILING GRIEF I IRk who at that time was a widower afterwards fixtures A 'I foolishness, our luvlshnes to the one
room as
married his son's wife stepdaughter crop system is the reason. Our foollnhneaa : SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED
stream' of water from a fire hose were II
My life Is hut! to pieces, my weird and thus the younger Lfnsky's ef- has put our farm land values on
then turned the without
on men, '
$10.00 to $50.00 basin and
a per acre Sosnowski wilt-resistant variety. Prolific yielding 3.25 to
ia hard to (circa for all my aunts and wife became the mother-in-law ,
1 pieces have come to visit me. They're of her father-in-law which somewhat feet.As largely helped to put Illinois and Iowa one. Boll-weevil.free. Price $2.50 per bushel f. o. b,
]last resort Warden Lankford lands
to acre
a on a $300.00 $400.00 per
swarming in the cottage they OCt.upy' complicated the family' tree by making produced an automatic shotgun and basis Hawthorne Florida. Cash with order. Address,

r tho chairs they cat the priceless pottage the younger, Linsky's stepdaughter fired three volleys of birduhot into the "It Is world wide experience with
t. I they're camping' the stairs. his stepmother and his father his mob. Only After the third'volley did no exception that there can be no regular A. P. BRANTLY COMPANY

a I'd tell my tale of sorrow to neigh- stepson. the prisoners scatter, he said, and permanent prosperity to the reg.ularfood BLACKSHEAR, GA.9 I
hors hero and there some sympathy Then a few months! ago the younger were then locked up in their eel In. buying grain buying cropperor I wGnDlI1tm"mmmmuunwmm' n '
b I'd borrow to case my load of care. Linsky's stepmother that is thestepdaughter ,$?even of tho prisoners were placed food farmer. Every dollar's worth of WJmWUWJ I
and grain produced on home acre
t I To Abner Johnson's dwelling I hen- of his wife presentedher in solitary confinement.
They were
l a dollar saved. It means that much
ws ) vy hearted ro; to him I would be tel husband, young Linsky's father accused!! of being ringleaders in tho freedom from debt high Interest and
1 ling my dark blue talo of woe. I say with a son. This boy of course was trouble. A majority of the inmates: dealers' profits.

yy "My Aunts Matilda Jemima Dorcas. the younger Linsky's brother because involved/ are negroes. .' "Food, grain and forage productionon We will cashand
Jane Rebecca Rose and Hilda came he was the elder Linsky's son; but he fTHE home acres sufficient for the family pay
+ L7- \ on last evening's train; and there are was also tho son of the younger Lin- MINISTER AND>> THE THREE the working live stock the cows and I

; fourteen nieces, a giddy, vamping\ fiky's wife's, stepdaughter{ and there DUDES meat. anlmula, poultry etc., Is the first I
', 'crew; with trunks and largo: valises. fore grundiion, thus making the step toward permanent farm prosperityand

r1f; (t they'll stay a year or two. Oh, Ab younger Linsky the grandfather of Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota there can be no permanent tarn I market prices for '
ncr, life is dreary my skies are dark his own stepson. three prosperity on'anybody's farm until these I
says young du..dps. were parading neoossary sufficient for
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r and hand out real And he has of his .ttems. fully
so something
gray now a sun own, the streets : ,
one Sunday morning home
are produced on nome fat for
cheery to drive the gloom awayl" a lusty'ten-pound' boy according to when met old hogs butchering
they a very preacher ores, not only In 1923 but every year.
And Abner cries "Od onions! Talk thu attending physician. I with (lowing white beard and apparently "It's a good time now to start the
+ ; not to mo of woe; for I have many The happy event however unfor- In moderate circumstances.With prosperity program off right/ The first I delivered at our plant

bunions, and corns on every toe. I've tunately makes of the Linsky family n. desire to poke fun at the old thing: In line I la a real home garden,
t, tried all kinds of lotions I've tried all tree a veritable jungle since the gentleman\ the first freshie said: properly prepared planted and kept replanted -
t? 'f + kinds of salves; J've rubbed Doc Kil- child's father's mother-in-law the "Hello there Father Abraham.. / ] through the year. Lots of farm during the next 30

dnro's lotions all up and :down my step ulster of his son, is now thu Tho second said: "Good morning folks tell us that one-third to one-balf
"'c calves; I've aonkf, my blooming ane child's grandmother because: he is her Father Isaac." their )living comes out of their garden. '

t kles In dope that burned, the hide, and stepson's son, while the senior Linsky The third sang out, "I greet thee take Corn care and other of the grain live stock.and forage Hogs crop and days. :
A till the anguish rankles the pains becomes the brother-in-law of his own I Father Jacob."
poultry cannot fatten or produce eggs
with me abide. Tho ache, which nev son, who is also: a child of the younger I' In gentle tones the aged servant oa air and water. So It Is all along the

er ceases, grows worse when you arrive Linsky's btep-jrrandmother. This! of God replied: "I am neither Abraham line. Make food Instead of buy food J. S.tlitck
to talk about your nieces and make! Peter Linsky, the child's father nor Isaac, nr Jacob but Saul for home use. It beats 'get rich QUick' ,

aunts, in blocks of five.. Be grateful his mother's brother-in-law while the son of KIsh who went forth to, schemes and steadily followed Insures ./
oh, be grateful, for blessings! youen- I his wife the mother of the child is hunt his father's asses; nnd behold I I Permanent form prosperity." Supt. Florida State Farm, RAIFORD, FLA

joy; with idle tales! it's, hateful your her own chiU'n! aunt And the elder have found them .
y neighbors. to annoy." Linsky father of Peter E., Is his .... -- ---
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It copper pen's is his LAWTEY. ._ . .
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t ,pacing to and, fro; to him. 1t will bo Krnndfather's nephew which makes f300.'W'

proper to tell my tale of woe. I.IIY, Peter 10.: Linsky-there is no Retting Miss Grnce Phillips of Jackson

to him "0 peeler, pray harken to my around the fact-hia own grandfather ville and Misses Adonnn and Nettie .
yarn; it is a blood rongcaler! ; my life's j at f.hn age of tweity-twij. Ivilen, of JSuatis, spent Sunday herewith What Shall The

hot worth a darn. Once I was gay and \ Rov. and Mrs. E. D, Boyer. Brunswickand II. .

its happy, I gamboled: on the lea, each ( CHEAP KUKL The B. Y. P. U and the Juniors I II

I; ,k, hour wan bright and snappy, as festive I will be entertained at the home of Rev Harvest Be ? ,
} ( as could be. In oil these wl"t'l, A Sturke man, who decided to pet and Mrs E. It. Boyer Feb.3rd.' ColumbiaRecords I .

I! wept tuitions no sadder wight ,}his winter fuel as ('hcul; Y as possible Miss Eliza Blanchard and W. A. CI r1

v W dwells; my aunts in serried legions, r j luid a big log of seasoned wood hauled and U. E. Blanchard were victors. to
r have entered wll1'lnjbllls.. Thcjj1 i k I home and deposited outside of hist1L Macclenny Monday.Kdwurd \ I i I

: and Joseph Marr visited
= c- ': relatives at Highland Sunday. 25 cents each j II
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The J l More Metamorphosis. Sale Closes Jan. =31; j This is an unchanging law. just as unchangingas

? I Man usoiJ to trove a hobby. Now U '
the law of
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be tins hobby) It U u buff. Consumers Lumber c gravity.,, .

? I J II! If we sow wheat we reap wheat, if we sow of

A handful of wheat i
plant '
corn we corn.
FKOM reap
I' Drugs \ MRS. T. O. WINJERJ:

.or i.f" w I I Free Flower Seeds II would nor feed 9 family but. if sown: and fertilized -
| j National Lcadrr Writes. of A .
\ \' auld yield a sufficient i amount to' feed a \
purl menu of Work i
t : I as tiveI'I! YOH win be !glad to know that .
) j I\' .. DEPENDS UPON/ .THE KNOWLE&XJE ii tl. ,>f Strength tings'. "Tlio Bout'a) Seedsman naill-I'I I large family several& days. .
glya aWRY about .::,OOOO( ( pac
,t I ; WITH ,WHtCH THEY AREPRESCRIBED s.od of the Houih'a moat popular flowers The above is as wilh
just true
My declub women:- I money as anything 0
Iq; Ti" AND THE ACCURACY rr il'. this spring. I ,
May I say a wont to about the '
you :
There to iiolbins In the home Unit elec.Ve all want to accumulate
E WITH WHICH THEY ARE ''I Cejfcrtiiion! to which tyou belong? I cnn compare with rich colored flower ,.1 money

q :, ,: I ,, L 'r. COMPOUNDED.: K The tiunrtcr cwnturjr/ thirrajf,which They briehtuo us nil up HBrtimake. any I I and the best way to doit, is to plant it by depositing
: the house attractive You uun'C plant too
if crab
movement btu bent' gamjntr'
z i I c When a prescription.is brought to us *( Headway now looks us though It had/ ; many flowers and this,' opportunity. 'to f! I it in good safe, strong bank! like ours, ,
get : PoJ>tJtos; 2vrlii ilng Flow
Shiver I
f, 'lED<<1" '. I morel 1.thw? of where it will accumulate and '
",: /.: '\' : it .<"s prepared with the greatest degree i j'Nwi, for a sirvko! to our cnnntxoY'preparationi ,: bused onP Jag ers Bush?Zinnias abanlu,!<'a!
:4Nt ;1''}{oi" ":""'" of f accuracy possible to the I most eeI I r Nlhe! study of her human: n..d iyi.1\, be welcomed by ail renders' of this, I I Let us help you with your money crop.
f ,i ::1.; { !jpf I \\i:; now enrohttlwith the power 'i>t eitiz paper. t
f I 1'J licaHy! terl! scales.
iJ. : aJju 1 f ;,/;{ :.! ,,' :>nship-if we h.we\ the vision tot You can get tli'tnl! Just write to I I

id, a I ." ,' II\ mS'; .'.";:> LJo'Lrti' ,t?'" .I.,,:;,l'h. : proportion* preacriberl l'by theM I attind 'togeth r-r (tion wide -wIt' !" a tells I1l\ttlnfi1'S'\ you how for tho to get n
i ,, ( ,. ;'t:; ':, :.j'phyvi;' 1i1are exnc-t in every case. '; :: clear umierstnndlnt' of what are the It ban too pagan of dutiful .photo I
:i.. I' j things of major importance and .n graphic picture and correct de crl> I ,
I L.. y...t', !JffJThw.u{ .. : n sa f. -,:e t to( bring )'o\.lr\ I II equally clear determination to. make' tlons of garden flower and 'field seeds !
,, ri I I of ourselves! bulbs and plums: and dUo: la full of
I :,'PW<; ,11n' a compact body of Amer- II
,+ 1 ,r., nti 'I' I i lean womanhood, whose helpful Information that. Is needed I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK .
\ ; : : purpose 4a almost dally\ In every Southern borne. t
It. ,
\ ..., 0I nothing lees than th* putting of true It's the moat valuable seed book ever "
:; Tum r ,s /? : More j Amerlcunism into our social and in- '' published and you whl .the m1c Myxlad I I N. T. IUTCII. "W. T. WEEKS. J. II.: R1TCII :
,,Dr4 jl dustrlal and you've It. Just write and aak for I
[ political lift, and the: cot President. Vice ..
.... I I ; 1'resident. C .lu er. '
% I, j. E. : (. ,[ stabilizing of our country us she tat! the new Catalog. i i i .'.
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Misa Hilda Struth a linen {
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shower dial invitation to come and enjoy it 1 the sea, and! while the modern hog has ments. So here wo go '
yesterday afternoon in honor
,I of Miss Nolle Roberts whose mar- with us. Prof. Thormjuest! teacher.A somewhat recovered himself ho still 1st. So many poor children woul
I him fitness'for off starve without the cow about i
things. ,
a carrying OM
riaKa! to J.Y.. Andrews Jr., will bean *
@ Bits of LocalInformation @ I event of February 7th. PLEA FOKIIIE S.VCKKH COW: That is one reason we pen him up poor fart:ly out of ten haa a cow i

I I In, our towti.Ve now compel him to I I Note how starved lean and pale;; air'

I following Is the submtunce of a ton make his ooze and roll in it, or near I I the children of tho cowless! families
: Dr. J. J. Bullen went to Plant City minutes speech delivered by" E.'''our backyards, and within smelling ', Why, you can tell the milk fed chill !,

Saturday and Sunday preached at the auiherty at tho musical entertainment i distance of our dining rooms. Tha on the streets nr at Sunday schrni' ,

Concerning Our People, Business and I I First! Baptist; church. Before returning given by the Protestant Brotherhood i:I odor id great. Sometimes it scents to by iU looks, of course.
6' 't he visited other South Florida ,
_" Progress. in the County and Town. towns.) at tho Woman'. Club on Jan.2.3rd rival the polo cat. (Continued on Page 8)

I' ,. It deals with n question vitalto But our sacred cows, we do not needto

our progress. I restrict We allow them to disport
Mrs. L. II. :Partridge returned :
themselves in the
I ,, city promenade our
Under conditions of
.. Jim Godwin spent Sunday in Law. Jacksonville! !spent the wei'k-eiiJ/ here Tuesday to her home in Lake City after such phenomenal is I I streets and monopolize our siilewnlksand After Every Meal&
prosperity ns our city now enjoying
with bin family. spending several' days with her that too, with an much dignity ...----- "= -- ---
\ there Is no end of\the causesto I =
tey.Ruv. husband I.. H. Partridge managerof as an alderman, commissioner. or even -

A. E. Dunham 1 ia on the East t Miss Blanche McNeil, of Mapclen- the Consumers Lumber Co. tributed which such presumably prosperity dependent may bo at on !,1 I his majesty, the mayor. \'R GlEYS

Coast enjoying a short vacation ny, spent the week-end in Starke vis- the different view points taken. I!'II Why shouldn't wo? There is
Join the Woman's Exchange at tho ing small about our sacred
icing relatives. Homo attribute our prosperity to' UOWH. noth.\\ 11'" "' .. 4 __ .:.......___
; Elite. will sell all -
Harold C. Wall spent Sunday i in Shoppe We your live olT of the fat of our city.
Jacksonville with friends. 1/1 fancy work. We have more orders ,I num-ber '! lire fond of samples! If any ono qnesI Top off each meal
= /vis-itor titan we can supply. Membership" fee I turns this statement I would ask that
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with bit
: t- to a few expert gamblers We have. n 01
Mr. und Mrs: E.-M: ; -spent t; 'Monday. $1. Join now. I Ami still others to various other causes. ho interview our grocery mCI'.hanh.t'OWI sv.'ccl fin kite form

Sunday in Jacksonville. ,.. 'I cows have n() equal. They are 14 a1'LV UGLEY'N.rit .
: The Shoppe Elite opened Saturday unique Nono like them. They lire
Rev. F. B. Johns has had his Now this is free
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ucasley spent residence morning and many ladies went to inspect I as a country everyone unsurpassed us milk producers, of satisfies tic
Saturday in on South Walnut street rosliin- the has a right to his own opinion. Their is ,dauntless I
: Jacksonville. imported and pattern hats course. courage sivccl tooth noel
gled. Therefore I ask to ventilate ''
on display. Everything in the shopis I my opinions i Autos trucks, tractors and tanks! aids digestion.

h G. :M. Inman made a business trip attractive and of high class a little. I must take tha! side track when our I
!,, t. Jacksonville last Friday.Col. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkina and children ial and workmanship. Starke mater-j( The only criticisms. I need! fear is sacred courageous con form a ro- 17 Pleasure anti

of Gainesville spent Sunday the tunate to have a new firm from strangers who come here from cession on the main line. 11 bciiclll coaabined.ti.r. .

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motoredt. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. this style of goods. towns and cities where they put on ; They aie no respecters of persons

Gainesville Thursday afternoon.Mr. city airs and try to mnku it appear places or things. The gardens, (lower Wnp. lie rr +,

Miss Irma Stilley, of Jacksonville, Friends of the contracting parties that they do not live in country towns **, trees shrubs of the lofty and the

and Mrs G. M. Sistrunk motored ,, IH spending the week in Starke and have received invitations to the marriage where such blessing as we have do low; t the rich and the poor; tho noble

to Jacksonville Thursday. I while here is, guest of relatives.The ; of Miss Nello Roberts to Mr. not abound. and the Ignoble are all alike to our

J.V.. Andrews, Jr., the wedding to No doubt you, my fellow citizens sacred Impartial cows. They deal P7 t
Kirk Lewis and Harold C. Wall canning factory building has. take place on Wednesday afternoon have seen aforesaid .strangers turn up out even treatment to nil, so far as l i h

were visitors in Lake City last week. been lepnircd, supplied with a new tho seventh of February, three o'clockat his nose at the sweet odor from our open /gates and ,decaying fences will
roof and painted. holy ( ?) hog Dud stables and ,
the home of her father Mr. inch pens permit. j

)lira. G. C. White spent Saturday Jefferson Roberts in Lawtey. I auk about' our sacred cow. We must I, While they oho\ I not exercisetho right [ -- ---- -- ..- ----- ---
in Jacksonville with friends.W. Mrs. Mufeeie Johns will leave Sun treat all such people<) with patience | of suffrage; they ore very democratic I I .r

day for Tampa where she will spend People owning pecan orchards in and due (consideration us it is altogether in their admini trut!! n policies. Their ,

L. Johns, of Lawtey, had buuino several weeks with her son, Walter Starke should look their trees over : due to their ignorance of the motto Is: 1'111111: l treatirent! of all find Business Cords

s in Starke Tuesday. Edwards.Mr. and remove any Spanish moss that I real cause of our prosperity.; Wu special favors to none." I'

has found lodgment on them. Tho should! strive to make it very plain to Ladies and gentlemen( while there

Have you seen the new Spring and Mrs J. L. Briggs and son, shade trees along the streets are becoming such out-of-dute folks. that our hog I Is a tinge of Irony in what I am snyinir ''

r Dresses at Sternber '1'11 I Johnnie were guests Wednesday and badly infested with moss and pens sad sacred cows are not to bospumed. I assure you thin is no sentimental I 1886 t
Thursday of Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. this will spread to other treiw if due ""sh. I can further assure you 'i

J. T. Quigley received a carload of earn is not exercised. Without hog pens many of our citizens that the cow like all the great( ones I,

Samson trucks last week I could. not raise their own meat of earth never falls, to leave her mark |I DAVISINSURANCE

The handsome residence of J. W. Miss Elizabeth Brownlce who is a in the city. Amt the source from behind her. ;i

It. A. Oberst, of Tampa, spoht Sunday Andrews, Jr., on West Madison street senior in the DeLand high school returned which we get our odors and flies Now what? Simply and seriously \it

with his wife{'ere. has been put in good repair, including home Tuesday evening for H would bo perceptibly diminished. t Ibis: The question( iisnlgned mo is a

roshinffling. week's visit with her parents Mr. and One upon a time, we admit bad I live one-Tho Cow Question It U u V.

W. A. Bcssent Jr., and 11. C. Wall Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. On account of company got in with tho hog. The question, thnt 1ms been hotly debated,
spent Sunday in Macelenny. Mrs. C. S. McCornnck and son, El- the high grades in her school work, Master assigned a herd of 5,000 the In every city which has grown tired STARKE

more, of St. Charles, III., are expect. Miss\ llrownlee was 'eXf.'l11pt from examinations tusk of carrying off It legion of demons .of being reckoned "out of date, antiquated -

W. A. Bcsiient Jr., made a business rd to arrive tomorrow for a few and has a holiday for the (devils) and dumping them into. country town. nwarpwtTtretutntnmWmnAnaitnCRnrr: -) -o)= r
weeks friends.
visit with
trip to Baker county Tuesday.Mrs. I week. !Many a candidate for ofllro bus gone :
dawn, in defeat because he has declared 1

L. A. Reynolds spent Monday The residence on Cherry street just The Bradford High ,School now has I % ( himself in favor of each cow owner a Full Line ofUnderrak.r.

in Jacksonville with friends.F. north of J. O. Turner's, lately purchased enrolled[ three hundred and sixtyrsix rENT-A-WORDi: i keeping his own cow, and!, not allowing .' Supptiet
by Mrs. Mary N. Brndshaw, i 4
pupils, and each week there are new her to rim at largo, and rul,11I f,
1 B. Johns returned Monday froma has been thoroughly repaired and is pupils enrolled. The school is in a half dozen gardens, in ono day or ono AUTOMOIIILE HEARSE

trip to Petersburg Va. receiving a new coat of pitint. flourishing condition and Prof. Dowl- I night, us therase may >>o. ,! Always on hnnri. The brut ..r- i

ing end his assistant teachers arc, doing In conclusion, permit me, ladles IInll1r'nUt'lIwn. ttr. .! the lowest priced. Sp.- I'i
Errol Alvarez whu has been ill For strawberry rates und see '. to'
cups dal H ntlon telegraph or
Mrs. S. L. Hamrick spent Monday excellent work in the different de I ti" present Homo Rrj'Uon1l.'ntR
in with influenza for some time is now T. L. Wainwright IAwtey. Can sell .... Krglnt red Embalmer.
Jacksonville partments. ( I in favor of the row's roaming ,
able to be around. His who at l fib cents each cash
family, present supply I :
(I ',It largo In our city limits, and monopolizing -
are Buffering from the !same malady t-ll-2t II DeWITF CTJONESSTARKE.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones spent Probably the finest vegetable garden our streets and sidewalk!

Friday in Jacksonville. :! are improving. in Starke is that of Dr. J. J. Uul- FOR RENT-Fifteen acres. of excellent I shall employ the ironical! form of FLA ff 4IIIfJCJmlllCOOlC

len, where all kinds of vegetables demanded ipeedi in presenting said "urtru- mJwwmIMlMm1DIIIMICD( + Roy Edwards spent tho week-end E. W. Hayes has lately erected new land. Suitable for truck or general
his in .
by family profusion -
fences on his premises corner Madison grow forming just west of corporation ;>
in Jacksonville business
on a trip. and Bay streets. He has also set He has, besides, a patch of the line. Mrs!, JL A. Bulsdcn, : / lJtDmlllllllJlJmmwmammmmmnumCUll! llCDmmlt

4 C. L. Hodges spent Sunday in Mac- out a number of orange' and other most. Dr.luscious Bullen strawberries Is a botanist imaginable and/ studies Starke. l-20-2t Ii t

,, Benny with friends. I Iw fruit trees. the, requirements of each different REAL. STATE-Fllrll1" wanted. li I Good Meals Mean P I

plant But little fertilizer is used -
w Mrs M. L. Kulfigh, of Green Cove Mr.( and Mrs. W. J. Grant, of Jack- wish to co-operato. with u real estate ;i #.
but growth is stimulated by proper -
dealer in selling farms and
sonville, came Saturday to visit at I '
spent Monday with Mrs. W. E. !\Iii! cultivation. I .
dleton. the home of Dr. und Mrs. O. L. farm lands in Bradford county. : '
; Haynes. Give particulars and reference : : Happy Homes t
I Motoring) / to Gainesville Sunday afternoons ChilI Peterson 3.'J;)! (! Milwaukee! / .
Mr, and !Mrs. N. Sternberi .motofed. :
has become favorite '
r last I Mr. and Mrs. L. F. of Savannah a pastime !- Avenue, Chicago, III. t2G4t'LOSTOn : ;
to Jacksonville and spent the day Smith with numbers of Starke people. -- a 1
is Sunday. Ga., have purchased property Monday Jnn. 15th bu-I ,.
Lust Sunday afternoon the following | meal be prepared from inferior 1
I hero froth G. M. Inman agent for K. Rood
parties made the trip: Mrs. W. E.Mlddleton twec-n Starku and, Middlcburff, Knl- BUT foodstuff Every wife knows that. M
J. W. Andrews. Jr., spent Saturday A. Strout. ./
I Gerald, Mudge and Hazel ly tire on Uuick rim. Findar plensoj I
in Jacksonville looking after busi .. This tore specializes!' in two things-two I Ivery
own..r.f.] 11. :
Middldtoir Ailecii Alvarez, Ethel notify AlcJrkh1,1'1 FOODSTUFFS j 4
S yb ness I Mir\ andIrs.. George Nubb! of Grirtin Mrs. W. W. Colson Sudie Le rose Flit '' Reward.! important thingsUALlTY -
-- j South Carolina, spent Hcveral days and Howard <:Colson Merrill McMillan
WANTED Man with to sell a. the things that appeal most to the ,
Matthews tha week- car
Eugene spent i I recently with! his sister, L. Jim Klckhtcr, Orville Oriffis, G. t,. 1 11 I'
h ehIn, Jacksonville with his:, aunt Mrs L Hodges. r Sapp Mr. and Mrs. G. C. White, :Mr. I Complete line low I priced/ tires and : -1 buyer.Everything .
Annie Richard- > 'I tube $100 per week' and expen- Try buying your groceries and other food-
and !Mrs O. W. White.
dy, 1 K"". !Sterlinifworth Tire Co., Starling 'I stuffs from us for a while and THESE n
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and Mrs. J. D. Hritt |
') Postmaster N., U. Hull spent Mon Mr. returned ,.E. Liverpool Ohio. U* I ijjjWANTE1J to Eat that FACTS WILL SINK IN. .:
1o their home in Jacksonville Friday, NOTICE TO w. o. 'i Good to
day in Jacksonville where ho attended i ij A satisfied! customer is n mighty Rood Ad
after spending! a few clays with Mrs. -Mnn with small family I Eat. n
the postal convention. I I Britt's brother, F. L. Turner. The local camp, Woodmen' of the i who known how to fat."m and grew j j for us. Ask any of them.BENNETT

-- World, will enjoy its uuual annual strawberries" run move on my plsee :, mst :
Mrs. L. A. Wilson and little son, of :
Jacksonville spent lust week'with Mrs, O. J. Griffin returned Thursday I oyster supper at the cafe on the night boo mile west of Lawley on half GROCERY CO.
1 of February'2nd. AU sovereigns are No moonshiner need apply. ,''
Ga. where she crop.
fromVaycro. ,
Capt. and Mrs S. A. Bryan: : U UCJM
'went to attend the funeral of her I\ls I; ur ed to attend the session of the T. L. Wainwright Lawtoy, l la.J .- SLarlte TELEPHONE 32 FJa.l''H'"wlf ) .

t W. J.r' Wainwright spent the week ter-in-lttw, !Mr:;. Watson. I tamp Friday night, the 26th (nut. Important J-t9-2t. m t'Jft -tl

end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. __ I business. .. .._-- ._ --..
''d N. D. W i'nwrmht. Mrs. LaMira Graham bun returnedto : \\ -- J. W. MORGAN -' -"

Jacksonvillw after snepdmf ton t-fi !
1 Mr ant.! 111"14." 'W. 15. Hull Rev. t.i J. days with her parent, Mr. and Mrs.J. I I.

rt HertfT,. and l J, T. Quigley motored to M. Alvarez. PLANT CITY SHIPMHNTS\ Speaking'to.yo

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Jacl. 'silk Monday. -
The Plant City Courier at TUesdAy '
Mm Emma Richard returned Saturday .
Mi 'od Mrs. Raiford Johns and after vtiltlng her wan,' I{. '0. ha.dl! the following; .

""D. U.(; .rn'c of Lake Butler spent! BWmrd l. in Platit, ,and stir. J. N.J"ne. trawberry shipments>> yesterday-Vex r
nut/: '. I I.un' with rcltivi .v of,YuterIacll n. Ceptted-by ovrr lO.OOtf- quart those ofany _.....0.- .' __ ,
other day since the beginning oft \

:Ilk and l\b\ .. J.' W. !Kdwnrda!: and iavtrt Cotter: who 4, hiU 1'8c' <4fttly l rs.arne4'fozi )e induAtry: in Plant City. A total Have You Too Are You Short

children moored to G.Jr. ..vil! {'Un- .: : the grail Zone where howo {[! of 71,200 quart 'J/pnt' fofewand. >f.ix ? On '
t lattHd shipments were loaded. A y. Money Money
car .
d.; tt bait relativeSt : in !the; gavrtc* ,1-the United'States'lla i ,
laraya. price lye the day, 'JflVi coijts.i ) "
visttinff bt..nteJa l :. _... R.
K. O. Daniel. pf JMkaouvUlB, spent B. Fnrrstt. i Price: received J'!iday and Satr.rJavaveraged Of Connie not: You want more \ Corn: to this bank and get more.
Friday find Saturday Jir U the fauna I &V and ::21,!4, r""p <-ti n:!v.Jiuico I' .,. .', .

of) M.'. oral Mrs. J. W. BJwIUd, Yellow-;catininsa; are bl 'Jln Jt(.! i .tha crop came la Nf>'JII\Lr) Put: your sikrpltm in ihte" bank We make loan for1 many pur- e i

.---- 'h1 farmers are bedding, tip Uitd and (69,3t)6quarts J lava boon soil on 0>'c anoV-it wit] earn 9J'e. ; "p08a upon approved security. ,
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..1nC von seen tltp new, Sfnjng. the epos hnt left I town for the bedding express apprxnrinwU platform, ,'-brfnirlng 5218,73aJe.PRp.SnY the. farm.an Then in the decline of Life you Much of the prospirlty1 qt'thiHI
Drclfselll at 'e. .
StrnUTp brier buffos Jtf the<< sWamps.Loyke in
_. : ', win reap the rewards of early community founded) upon
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; !'ku aprilii' ERLioNSundpf I I thrift. Come; ) In today. )leafS> mad by this bank.
Mr. und Mr -
were giwcta Sunday\ of n."ulf: I pattern; and ietdy to wear I r I 1J -
1 'tria sinter, Mr,*. E. R. TiopfpelJ.C. | hats arriving eli h''')''IVeek at th* Shoppe school-at jO* a. m. r '

I Elite. tny) the latest styles, pri are.aol'1ale. Preaching! at It a. rm and 7:30: p. THAT RELIEVES IN THE PEOPLE I IT DOES BUSINESS WITH
R. :S :, -t,. *h'> is moloyed in Attractive liiw of liter m. I THIS IS A BANK ]
Subject "SMps Tbae Are i'assing.! ARE YOU ONE OF THEM
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. ADVICE TO THE AGED I -- Our Bible class {its proving both inrWltin" T\ r t

I A.. bring Innrmll,,..... ...IUfl. .... Ib The missionary society of the Methodist ", and pronwbla, and incren- : 1
1 .wol>, w..fc lu My* torpid 11v.v.a'nti's | .
ing in ebCcadanctr It xttnd a cor-
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church have out {Invit-itiom E.S.MATTHfW! Bank of Starke aEo..c.Ca.bisr .'
PiUs toa musical tea at tb4 home of Cot '
'l and Mr D. E. Knight next Tuesday Piles Cored Jit 6 to 14 Dry. j j'rr
OI-atll_,".noo(tnniw*ItPG, Or'f'rMt' 14nunnt.r 1 .. THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE ,
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,. rr FOR FLORIDA FOUNDOld be permanent route, not to be changed B. Y. P. U. for next Sunday evening

.....-.............-...--........... .....--......-..--..-"" ......,:.. Right/ of Way Stumped Between Sax- by anybody's whims. For that rea- will be carried out by group two. All

<\, r Livestock ton and Starke. son the engineer stakes out his routes members are tirged to be present and
Bradford Idea Business I over the best lend for the purpose. the public has a cordial invitatiuir to

With The Cannot Succeed Here For Lack of Camp No. 12, Florida road depart- This is a difficult task as he must find attend.
Winter Pasturage is Exploded ment, has done much work since it dry location, straight routes, good Mrs. W.' H. Smith and daughter,

Farmers I was moved here a short time ago. crossings of streams or low places! Doshiu, of Sampson were visitors in

(''I I 1', '. 'V. County How often has it not been said by The trees have been felled and the and at the sam time with the least (j town Thursday.

.J! men who ought, to have known'or'be- stumps taken out on the right/ of way injury to property owners lie must Mr. and Mrs.\ I. W. Pinholster spent

i .. ****..'.................-.........-.-.............-..........._.... ... lievod otherwise "Florida can novel for the new hard surfaced road, all sometimes cross fields and sustain arguments Sunday in Alachua.

1 ) be a great livestock state because she the way from Starke to beyond Sax- with aggrieved land owners. Mrs. Ruby Gaines, of Bradford, was
_. ... But the bond trustees are backing himor in town Saturday.
cannot grow all the year pasture ton. : '
AND THE Held. This fungi produces large dead I else his task would be .
f IMI'ROPKU HANDLING crops I Going north from Starke, the road hopeless.The The many friends of little Rudolph
x KM MANURES: spots on the leaves which on the I cherished strip. of sandy field Andrews to learn
CARE Of' FA Many hale agreed with this as will leave Call street at the courthouse a are glad he is improving -
lower side show a characteristic! farmer lose is not to be weighed his
from recent illness.
But have had faithin then the schoolhouse and
sumption. some go by
i ( )Manure Should be Stored in Clone I I downy growth' It load aloe to stem Florida'and what it can do in the follow Temple avenue to beyond the against the advantages! of having a Pearl Green, of Pine Hill, was hero

4 ''I' t Bin or Mixed With Preservative and tuber decay. Once started, if and the way of growing pasture crops that Morgan place, where it makes a turnto good: ), permanent road near by. Progress the first of the week visiting her sister
weather is continuously damp '
will provide continuous the left. It will cross the Water- means a little sacrifice, but more Mrs. E. J. Lewis.
'j: green grazingfor
of In the fields
Forty per cent of the value of farm cool, large areas plants farm animals. i oak at the bridge now extant by the profits. Mr. and Mrs. J. ,S. Forsyth and eon t
will be killed in few days.
manure may be lost, unless it is properly a Now, at last, the "can't" theory isbeing corner of sections 0, 10, 15 and 16. Willie and Leroy were vistlors to y ,
handled and cared for accord Bordeaux mixture, of 4-1-CO. or 5- exploded. It is being done at Then it will run to the east of north, HIGHLAND Starke Saturday: t
And 15-50) formula, is the spraying mate J. W. L. Pinholster and Mrs. R. J.
scientific experimentation.
ing to the University of Florida experiment cross! C. A. Marks' pecan orchard.
this loss Is largely that of ammonia, rial recommended for controlling the station. then across Double Run, then in a Highland, Jan. 2 .-Mrs. Fred Dees Olliver, of Pine Hill, were here Fri

J"M the dearest and most valuable' plant- disease. It should be applied first Heavy frosts have wiped the greenness more northerly direction west of the returned to her. home in Gainesville day. *

: '( food substance. about the time the plants are six in- from the hills and the valleys of Garden City tract and across O. T. Thursday_after a visit here with rela- J.,E. Clemens, was in ?' nursduy. -

: "Without} proper handling, and care, rhea high and be repeated every ten North and West Florida, and, therefore Nelson's land. This is as far as the .

M'7t, ( the loss will amount to from 2.> to 40 I days! or two weeks. The !grower should the best; grazing for sheep cattle ; Telegraph reporter has followed the tives.Mrs.. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth- O. W. Thomas is very ill at this

!' per cent of the manure's value; and get his sprayer and spraying material 'horses and hogs. However on route. The camp is situated on the el Ricks were visitors to Jacksonville Writing. _

with the proper care, this loss can be 'I' ready for use immediately after the certain experimental plots at the road, a little north of Double Run. Thursday. Rev. Parker, of Georgia, will fill his

1 r' A cut down to a negligible figure," dos planting has been finished. afore-mentioned experiment station Until lately 50 hands have been at Mrs. Hood, of Jacksonville, returned appointment here next Saturday and

,s I Glares R. W. Ruprecht, chemist or fertilizer Dr. Weber says that so little exper may be seen growing, green and lux- work, but the force ta now only one- to her home Thursday, after.a vis- Sunday at the Free Will Baptist

:! specialist of the Florida experiment imentation has been dono on Irish potato uriant, unaffected by cold or frosts, half of that number. The pans is it here with her son, Joe Hood. church.

station. diseases in Florida that it is hardto a number of pasture grasses, : The cleared to a width of 60 feet for light C. M. Click, of Jacksonville! was

I There arc two chief methods by ,, /give the grower detailed instruc; soil upon which they are growing is of way and the stumps and logs are transacting business! here Friday. SEABOARD, TRAIN SCHEDULE

r which farm manures! can be preserved tions. This is true for the further representative of most of the land of piled just outside to be burned when II. I). Bennett, of Jacksonville, and -
according to Dr. Ruprecht. The reason that conditions of soil and 'climate Mrs. Hiram Bennett of vis-
the state dry enough./ Where a field is to be I Lawtey, (In effect Jan.: 1 1>
'I first method consists of packing down are so varying in the state. W. E. Stokes, grass and forage crop crossed, a pile of good new fence ited relatives here several days last SouthboundNo.

the manure, both solid and liquid, into However,.the experiences of many of investigator recently took a reporterto posts is always seen. These are frr week. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10
I : a. m.
form of bin, preferably one of our practical growers and the resultsof G. W. Parker business visitor -
J' Homo those grass plots and pointed out a line of fence on each side i of the was a No. 3, 10:59 a. m.
'i concrete. the limited experiments conductedin what the average Floridian has long road. In some places the fences have to the metropolis Wednesday.
the first method is ,impractical the state make it possible! for the was No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m.
wanted to see. The grasses were already been constructed. J. W. Byrd, of Lawtey greet-
!( '-ixx the use of apreservative is sugested. general recommendation given above. there, growing as corn grows in June, This! road is intended for permanence ing friends here Saturday.G. No. 15, Limited Northbound, 1:18: p. m.S

l Gypsum or superphosphate and all around could be seen Bermuda and besides the items of being II. Barker and II. C. Wimberly,
No. 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m.
r is recommended for this purpose beg' COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS and carpet grasses dead from winter conveniently located and as straight Jr., were visitors to Starke Satur-
No. 4 at 4:06
: m.
cause! of their effectiveness as preservatives weather. as practicable, the finding: of stable day.
No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m.
and their chenpneso.'A St. Johns-County commissioners "These prasses-Vasey and Dallis and reasonably dry ground, insuringa It. W. Vaughn, of Lawtey, spent .
.. 'k : Gypsum should be used at the rat'I pleased with the work outlined for -were planted here in the ,spring of good foundation for the pavement, Sunday here with friends.! No. 16. Limited Wannee, 5:55 Branch p. m.

,I ., of from 100 to 150 pounds! to each ton 1023. Many leading citizens are en- 1022," Prof Stokes explained. "They \vah necessary. For this! reason the J. J. Smith, of Ocala, was a visitor
: e i of manure, while from,, 200 to 250 thusiastic regarding our/plan for first consideration here No:101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. .
or- have not; had time to get well established was to put the roadon unday.J. /
In pound of superphosphate would he I ganizing a Jersey calf 1/ ub. but you can see that being onf f the west side of the Seaboard track F. Grim! of Macclenny spent No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
Limited train No. 9 due at Starke
"fj necessary to effectively preserve the ly partly established they are more All water courses that the road cross the week-end here with his! parents, I
t :;: plant food; constituents of the manure \'olusla-llad 46 personal consulta- than holding their own. They are es run from east to west. North of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grims. 11:22 p. m., Jacksonville to St. Petersburg" -

m tions with the farmers during this furnishing grazing that cannot be Starke there is only one opening for Mrs. II"C. Wimberly, Misses Beth .
e." ) ( ': Dr. Uuprecht says that: whenever week. beat at this time of the year. Dallis the water in the railroad) track to the and Winifred Wimberly, Ethel Ricks Limited train No. 10 8'ja, at Starke

". I: :if' either of these substances. is used. the is probably the best all around grass mile, on the average, which causes and G. II. Barker motored to Marietta 5:45 a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson

,,' 4; \ manure must be kept moist and compact Polk-Final' arrangements! are being of the' two." long stretches of land on the eastside Sunday. ville. _

:, 'ry? '1{ or loss! will occur despite the made for the fair in Tampa. As- These grasses were growing in very to be inundated after heavy rains Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang and son (These two trains do not stop at

",' ;': preservative. Gypsum, he says, has signment of days has been made to low soil. In fact, water:, had been so that no stable road could be built were' visitors to the State Farm Sat Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the

,I t;. the advantage over other preservatives each community having an active standing on the land for several there. On the west side to the contrary urday. only stops they make between Jack-

,?;: \ in that it can be safely used installs hoe rd of trade.Madisonhave. months. This, therefore, shows that ,I there is no dyke to pound up < sonville and Tampa.,
f s without danger of injury to the much of the low lands of the state I I the water, no that the drainage can BROOKER Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from

feet of the livestock. Superphos- induced many farmers I I can be used for raising livestock and Ibe made perfect by cleaning ouLthe Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7

I, I'y phate is advantageous! in that It adds< to use a mixed fertilizer insteadof used! profitably. These grasses were watercourses' for some distance west Brooker, Jan. E8.-M. P. Matheny leaving Hampton 11:50: p. m. and No.

, y; / phosphoric acid-an important ferti- kainit alone, especially 'for cot: !growing on light upland soil also, and of' the road. The land being rather was among those on the sick list last 8 arriving Hampton 5:10 a. m. Theseare

lizing substance-to the manure, besides ton. .At least 100 per cent more mixed doing as well as on the botton land, fiat, the route was laid on the highest week.R. through trains, St. Petersburg to

4' preserving the plant food already goods wilt be ordered this year. L proving the assumption that they are portions, even though it had to A. Weeks spent the latter part of Cincinnati, Ohio. .

t. :t present in the manure. have planned a series of fertilizer well suited to much of Florida's soils. cross some improvements. Where the last week attending. to business affairs T. J. GRIFFIN ,

1.,r> meetings for next week.JeffersonDiscussed Prof. Stokes says that with its new road has to follow the old road, in Starke. Agent
'- s .SPRAYING IRISH POTATOES is waste lands properly seeded with the it is staked out so that its center will L. A. and II. R. Brown were visitorsto

r LIKE INSURING ONE'S LIFE;* farm programfor I new grasses and with others which not lie in the center of the old road tho county seat Friday afternoon.Mrs. l

., coming year with three meetings grow in summer, Florida livestock but in one of the side ditches These< I. W. Pinholster spent Friday ,
."Spraying Irish potatoes for the ot farmers this week. Farmers are raisers hav'e' nothing to fear from a I filled up with compacted dirt will and Saturday at Alachua with her rA snuffy cold?

I control of late blight is like carrying much interested in the improved /green pasture standpoint. _Of course, make a solid foundation. Otherwisethe brother, T. L. Godwin, who is seriously -
( life insurance," is the way G. F. Weber method of controlling the boll weevil. he says, it will require time and effort fill must have been for the shoul- ill at this writing. MENTHOLATUM

A' assistant plant pathologist of the The cotton acreage here will probablybe to establish such pastures, but it ders, and these having nothing to retain Casey Atkinsyn and Wilson Russ clears the

Florda(! experiment station sums up : greatly increased. can be done. ,Seed of Dallis grass can the dirt, it would soon settle and were visitors to Starke Friday.N. ,nosepassages.

the advice that has been given on this I be obtained of merchants now, and cave into the ditches. The stump E. Baxter, of Smyrna Ga., is .,.

..) subject by specialists! and practical Brevard-Growers are pruning and within "a few months or years, at holes will be filled up and the right of home on a visit with his! parents. He

6', growers. cleaning up'their groves. most, Vasey grass seed may be easily way plowed with a tractor drawn 'has a fractured arm which he hurton
; "You may'never spray and' never obtained. plow, which will pull out the roots a. steam shovel and will remain at foJ>
' : lose a crop, it is true, but the chances St. Lucie-All citrus packing houses left in the ground. Then the grading: home until it is healed. lAXATIVE EROMO QUININSTiMetJ ircmovalbacauie.

t", a : are that you will lose. On the other I are running full time. Tomato I PLANT A TRAP CROP AND GET and ditching will follow. The "sattdsoaky" Mr, and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Tilt; la only. one "3-tpx> Qulnlna.
, !. Old" "'''' bo 3Uu
hand -if the chances are I! W GROVE'S TO *
J t you spray,
V< S growers are busy planting; we. expect MORE TOMATOES land that the road traverses Mr and Mrs. R. T. Osteen spent Sun-
; that you will not suffer losses from to have close to a thousand acres will be well drained by ditches that' day afternoon at LaCrosse.M. Cures Malaria Chills,
thIs' disease of the ,
I : ? -.. commonest potato of tomatoes this year. Beans are will really carry away the water and I F. Hazen, of Winter Park, spent '
field," Dr. Weber'goes on to say. "Sweet corn attracts the worm 666 .nd Fever, Dengue .r I
still going forward by the carload. not simply lead it to the nearest pondas Sunday here with homefulks.
It is considered necessary to spray fro mthe tomatoes and that idea suggests Bilious Fever.
has hitherto been
1' for late blight whether or not the disease Taylor-Fertilizer contracts for all an important way to. protect a The road will be1:mostly straight for a few days visit with his parents,
j has made its in the crop of tomatoes from the *'
appearance co-operative orders for the'year were worms, reaches or tangents. The courves! Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen.A. '

1. made this week. writes J. R. Watson, entomologist' of will be so flat that opposing travelerswill E. McKinney of Louise, was a JOHN WBITE&CO, 'iLOUISViLLE :_-. x
fba QuinIne Tul: Dot Not Affect l t- Pact the Florida" Experiment Station, in ? l
1 see each other long distances. here kv.
T visito Sunday. ,
( 1))_ '." of I Its tnnf and t laxative abet L...XAT1VK answering inquiries of tomato growers ? 3r1f44hatktd :. .
.t UROMO QUININE (CUIueu can i> takun I'utnam-A county'poultry association Those going south will see the towerof Vascoe Hazen made a trip to Hampton to 1837 "ii ; -

t : In by the anyone limit.without.W.GKOVC3.blnutiUttOub rnunna! ncrvnunnenn at<>muilna x. ;Jl I >" was organized here Saturday. ,the courthouse two miles before Saturday afternoon.I. Llb.r.la..aetmentandtuU f.1f i
, By means of what Prof. Watson they reach town. The grades will be W. Pinholster / "
, was a visitor to
la Ah----- "--- -- Flakier Members of our potato calls a trap crop-a crop grown because very gentle-only enough to afford"summits" Starke last Friday afternoon. Raw FursA r i
,, a ."- it is more attractive to insect
::c'J: -'Ii;'=: ; for drainage. The state
; growers association are delightedwith I* A. Brown'apent the first of the
: their selected seed, which were pests than the crop the grower wishes road department has an enviable rep- week in Jacksonville. -- ---- ----

... Severe purchased co-operatively. They claim to protect-the gardened or truckercan utation for doing good work, and as II. R. Brown was a visitor over to TONIC

the seed to be the best they have ever produce more marketable toma- the soil between Stark and Highland Worthington Sunday;; Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic reatwes

had. toes. Therefore, this practice is recommended is of an adhesive and binding: nature, N. T. Ritch, of 'Starke, was a visitor I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
______ | as supplementary to dusting the roadbed to be
Indigestion"I promises nrm. If here Friday. Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
l; I Marion-Some watermelons are beIng or spraying. the shoulders are made broad and Mrs.! D. W. Kelley and daughter, of strengthening Invigorating effect,sue hew

, f planted. Much interest is mani- Recently trucker of Citrus county well compacted to stand the thrust of New River, were visitors here Satur- it brings color to the cheeks and how
'. had very severe attack of fested in treating seed,to prevent dis wrote to Prof. Watson and asked for the pavement, and the curbing: deep day. it improves the appetite, v/Ulthen
Indigestion, writes Mr. M. H. I suggestions on how' to protect his tomato
Wade, a farmer, of R. P. D. Ia I It ease. from the tomato fruit' and heavy, we will have a road that I D. W. Hazen hat! been on the sick ,:': appreciate Its true tonic value.
{ Weir, Miss. "I would auffe I I crop will stand heavy trucks and fast traveling lilt several days but at this writings Grcvo's Tasteless chill Tonlo ,is simply
for month at a time. AliI I dared Oknloosu-The farmers of Baker worm. The following quotation from ; automobiles. But we can safely some better. II 'Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So
Y, eat was a little bread and have truck I his answer is interesting information trust Mr. Ed. R. NefF the pleasant blood
organized children like The
L' butter. consequently I suffer a growers association engineer, W._ Crews and E. T. Stewart! worn even It.
; ed from weakness. I would try and have bought their seed ''I'' for' the grower of tomatoes: to see to that.. He has proved that vistiors! to Alachua Monday afternoon needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
t' '
"I should suggest that you plant) I Enrich it.4 Malarial and
y, to eat then the terrible suffering co-operatively. he understands: his business and is Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler, Destroys germs
in my stomach I I took across the field double rows! of sweet anxious to do the best :work possible. Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating
filled his appointment here last Sun-
medicines The, but did not get any Eiicnmbia-Our poultry association corn, from 50 to 100 feet apart, with ; The Improved Roads Effect.! jla)
better. druggist recom-
i y reorganized Monday and elected officers cowpeas between the rows. Plant the' When the county was beginning to -
for the hold corn at such a time that it will be settle the
year. They plan to up, public roads! were over
S mendedThedford's' next year the greatest poultry ahoy just coming into silk when the first fhe test routes. Ay settlement ad- e

ever held in this part of. the state.a fruit is forming on the tomatoes. vanced, the roads were often changedso -

.,. "The moths prefer the corn to tomatoes as to run along sides of properties

BLACI-D{ AUGHT Don't Wake 'Em. and will lay most of their instead of across them. Later, some -

} Some! men get an Immense amount of eggs on the corn.The cowpeas supply I farmers wanted the roads to run in- jWHei

Ii'i satisfaction! out of their conviction that shade for the moths. You should, front of their residences, others to _
I and decided to try It, for, a* I .111 who disagree with them are In the or, course, gather the seed corn very move them into low places to make
'i+i I had tried others for two
lay \\-rona.-Albnoy Journal. thoroughly and destroy the worms!,
i or more years without any Improvement room for more clearings on the higher ,
S t. in my health. I soon To otherwise the trap crop will be worse lands. Others, again, to avoid dis- .
tl.i. fount the Black-Draught was Stop a Cough Quick than useless. You will want to treat putes with their neighbors about
a acting: on my liver lUll easing take HAYES HEALING HONEYS a the worm when it works as a budworm boundaries
the terrible pain. cough medicine which stops the cough by to turn portionsof
in the For this
k "In two or three weeks, I healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues. : corn. purpose roads to run along sectibn and forty ,
,;n : e found I could go back to eating. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE dust lead arsenate into the buds of lines. All they had to do was to : H. HAROLD HUME Wm/P. SIMMONS D. A.MORRISONJr. ll
I only weighed 123. Now I SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and the corn plants. This worm is described present petitions to the ever obliging Praaidant VlcaPr-aidant S... Traaa.Best .
t- weigh 147-eat anything: I want Croup is enclosed with every bottle of in Bulletin 151 of this sta-
"*, I to.and by taking -Draught4o HA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve county commissioners who granted I Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
tion. If have
write to
you a
I not suffer. them condition
should be rubbed on the chest and throat on that "petitionersput
Have you tried Thedford's of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. the Experiment Station. Gainesville, said road in good traveling condition Supplies Honest Goods '* Fair Prices
Black-Draught? If not. do so The"h IM affect of : Healing Honey'lo- and ask for it"Optlmlatfe without to the Prompt Shipment
today. ills the throat mmMiMtd :=lha heeling effort o( expense
Over 8 million package sold, (._'a O-Pan-TraM Salva through ii,. pare of The result was crooked roads, often
tha akin aooo atop._ Ask your neighbor -Ha know
a year. At dealers't over boggy land and deep sand but
Botb.-no.Bra parkad. In DIM oartoo and tha ,< Get New Fan list Before
coat of lb.combined tiaatmaal U teat.Ju.t Thought.It the commissioners lost. no sleep on the price BuyingE.
ask your druggist for HAYES' costs more to revenge Itgas/ea
HEALING HONEY. Chan tt docs to bear them. score. 0. Painter Fertilizer:Co, JackM-mOe, FU,
The several roada now being im-

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ON THE BRINK OF TilE .... ----. --- -- .- -
VOLCANO Osteen.: industries, xperts declare there will Ithniln rtiinnett _________...??,.... 60.00 Ky amt piillixiM .--_-___.._w r" iounty
Messrs. Roy and Bryant Reddish I be a shortage of laborers equaled on- Mr. 0 I. Morgan do ----________.' .. 45,00 \1299.11 ..1".* Fo..ldn. ealol I !oortlflcate No. aa
A n I ci-cH-by do I Jan. 1, to bnl .. belnS 1915 idol
duo datA ..
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There never was a time when there and House GrlfHs, of Lawtey, were ly by the lack of employment several lyilltt Ci-novor. do-. -.- M.(10 (' --------.191\4,1 I IIIUnu-(( an ATO. ,;,. 3it.0.11.' ..,.

visitors here Iwrl.) ,i>eo. 1. to bal duo .. P.I..... .....__ 2112 lln n"mh..1.. 10:1.: inia"1 1417.> 2ml' "n"
was more uncertainty than exists : Sunday. Throughout the ;: -- -- A. l
n as to what a day may bring forth. It' Mr. and !Mrs. J. M. and J. S. Norman they say, skilled and common labor 11"'." Moor* da .._...-.?._.?__ 74 gn B.il I application" for ta"did orri0.10 I.1 ,'h"'. tn"
Is impossible to get a line tomor- were businesavisitors to Starke alike will be in demand and ]\\f... Mokinnpy do .. ......._......__" ft5/ .00 'Jan. I. to bal line. ___J __.-.._______. 887.00I moo with law. rh. Mid' JliJ? ) "'o'd.
on J T Kurnra do -:-._ ?,.noT Total Hub School lively embrace the '. ( land-1.1"1"
row. The skies may clear] : or the Saturday. wage increases will be given to obtain J I O"h'n d.' M/ .Ol) I n.... 1. to bnl duo. -__.____ _______.8002.81 lb fn.d, ( ao"nl. .Hwll. .II..wlno. nl th. I.d( _
Wm J. of Starke n, 'Plnh..I..r' do ------___- flU.OO<> I By amt .rolli-eled( --- ---,-----'----___ nl auoh '.,LI..I.' dn& o?
storm break. ; Andrew and workers. Al win ,. 424.21, Uveiy-
may 1 signs point that Oliver( do .___._.._. Juan ... h..ln.rw, arfo .
The< hatred between France and !Miss Nellie Roberts, of Lawtey, were 1023 will be the workingman's year, 11 J Tlmimu' .- gooo Jan. 1, lo bal duo ---------________ B78.53 I I.wll : .

Germany is at a whiter heat than it visitors here Sunday afternoon.Mr. manufacturers agree. r Aim L tiiinin.r Ihimiim, do do.-.---?.-_.-.__
Wm ('mlii( d" ._... By nm( collected l .._.... .__ ___ I. : E.. wIsoand Mrs. R.
ever was before and Germany while and Mrs. T. C. William attended 111\11 _?__ 1011.00 I ..... ifHI''U! a "'nren. Slary' A-
'I' C H.....n do ,_ IIS.00
comparatively disarmed, hut more church at Union Sunday. AGED NEGRO "CON UK" DOCTOR SnIe-' MS1'I' --.--.- B800 ,Jan I I. to bal dun -.- -------.-. -....4017.16 ,,I II C..UO..t."we. nl No.NW 1135 embn... .h"t( 4 A lb
liHnm I 'l'homu do .?_____ ____ M.no Koad llond Ta. ralli, Quarter of RW quarter
trained soldiers than any otht'r'na- :Misses Inez and :Marguerite Cur- HAl) UNUSUAL CONTROLTwo 1'llo-.l (:nti..i; do ____.,_____.?_..___ 4K.oo H. 1. to 1
I tion with the possible exception of michael, of near the State Farm "spent' x Emnus I Roadman'*n.m.w.' ,1'0 ____u___._. d l* -_-_ (ui oo I "5 now,,. E. aasrme4
Russia. She has only a skeleton of a Sunday here the guests of Misses Held aw. Associate* Freed in Robbery 1' IVIlo I:or dr> -____-___.??..-_..?_ Ill.no 1. to bnl dun M' ...".....------811900) ".11.1. No clnbrace.
and !Murder Case ft'11'' I.'0 ,*i __ 8000 O. W ALDERMAN. : NW .8f SF QI.I.r
standing army but she has millions of Lons and Gladys Norman. u rvrklni, do--__.___ /no.00 Clerk rlrault Court. I 11rpm t"I"r."1 "Unln"wD.. Tp. 7. 10 E. &

men ready trained in war as well as Messrs. R. B. and R. 1\\[. Osteen, N Tlmi., mini.>t do -_______?_?_. inn.oo (S""I* By C. A. T. Certt0pt. No 1118 )
1..1., *"?.. ''lu ----------.___._ ._ M.OO rieptily CI.'k. of 81 Qu..r. See. .mb..o.. N Quaro.p
by the preparations! that were made were business visitors to Starke last Two negroes held in jail hero since -.IIi.. UnliuV .In Hn.ofl I 40) .. Rsaempj Samuel T. Drown.f. ao II.

in time of peace. The soldiers of the Monday the robbery and subsequent murder Ixwrn lln.n do (in.oo FINANCIAL STArKMhNY o? COUNTY, Quarlor Cpo't.Iiri,1. No,. H8 .mh... "r "
1\1.. .1 i See. 1 J.I'
? .J Mnaf *l FUNDS I Tp. 1'
MOIl( I.
two nations are not far apart and in D. ;B. Browning and grandson, Stafford Saturday of Brown Tisby, aged/ negro HiIllVot!) da. _- --___...______ /ni 00 Monthly( flnnnplal utatompnt of 1.lro.11' morn(\ .. ,' A. H. h.n.'III..nl. .I., R I.. "0"
Myill. Avnnt do _._____ county) for Iii" month) or l'cnflOopI', ) (
South is 47.110/ I "f arteS-Sii:1"- Nit'
Germany an unauthorized at his !homo Fairbanks $ ? : .
Valencia, spent the week-end In near were S K b''y! do!I .- BnoO Ie.nl Fund ', 7. S. tt QilT

olganization that is capable of being Jacksonville. ordered released by members of the 1' I.: K.'II.y do _...._?___? 40.00 ttnlanca IPO I. 11IJ2 -- .. --4tll20| V'JTit'nknown'( !
Mn 1-hnndlrr tlo. ....__.. _. Kwwlpta dunn month :: :_. 71227 !i "" .No.. 291) omlorarea .
turned 4000 -- ; ., IW
? .f Q""ro.
at once into an army.It Miss Mozelle Drowning spent last coroner's jury Investigating the case J. I pli'raim do -?? 4000 Warrnnta Imued. _. ___ __ __ Indus S, : l<'2J" "Lot.$ 1 au. ) 1..

looks as if France will make mar- Sunday at Lawtey, the guest of Misses at the second !hearing held in the office A i .;I..nkInis do .- 60.ooM I'i llnlnnro. Jna 1. ILl:I ----------------85(49,51) i III f". (It. E. 281 ace,'. aen.a.rmh lSlue..e(
14 ( ___ Fin.
V >kl.J-0 ______ __.___ 40.00 and Fnrfpltur Fund ('erli'nl.(
tyrs of certain men. One martyr} will Claudia and'Joyce Terry.KAIFORD of Jilstlco of the Peace George m I. '*" do I ...________.._____ 40.011 I Overdraft Dee. 1, 1922 _______-___.__ 10409 I ..t.1Ic t3art., .N.,. 212 i'flhric..a NW Q"..
.10.1. 1\.11.... tin __._ Ib-cflpta durlnir) ___._____ ._ 411( S" 28. Tv. 8. S R. 2 .
inflame the Mason Thursday. / No further testimony ______.________ 40.00 month 4ttff( .:-IH' lrren. ......, Unknown. < I.
passions of the 'people 011k. ) ____ ,
J"KUO' lll> 07.011 \'ht. IHHIIIM 1 __.___..____ l'nl .. salol. ,
more than a million men killed on or evidence of any kind was introduced H II W1ln.' .Hll"-y shut -.-------. 1BOOO O..dR Jan. 1. 1021 -----------__ 2.I.J, nrc.s'olIp ,a I.w...11..1.. shall will 1"0"0 b. ...
!II II WluKlni( Inrld ____... ___ 2200 I I Ki>. Fund : (h0 (logo 121h .lny "I th.,..
: the field of battle. Germany driven I at the hearing. The jury reported ll II Wlniilna inotd ____.__.?___-____ 6.55: I I' I"I.n" Pro. 1, mill.____......... Ito ni Wllno.a,. my nlTIcoluI I"rbrtiary sgnulr.( A.. aol n. 1923.,

to desperation would an ugly Raiford Jan. 20. Mrs. Dora that "Brown" Tisby came to J L Simmon do ---.--.--.--.----- 10.10 tlewlpla) dui'lnor month .-----.____. .tillIlnlanc the 9110( liiy 0' January A. 1). aaI the
prove Tyson K: M Johna li-val ervlco/ _. ..._ _.__ 0.211( '-.nl.) I..".", ____ (1.: v. :(
customer even if unassisted. was visiting: relatives in Lake his death at the hands of an unknown 1),-..... ('0.. inrid _____________?..___ man I Jan. 1, H M __III___l"_"__ll ill.(in .1.""( Clerk ('(, iM"N.

I. W Kicklitvr board .aprvlp, .____ BnllnlnaFond Bradford
I 8 d
4 The Near East situation seems to Butler two days of last week. party or parties. I. .1 Wynn do ______________._"______ to 840.80 Ilnlanc' P..... 1. iv'i _______________ C87 HI)) \1' 0 A. KN11j'r.County. Fa) ,
The murder of the aged "conjur" A A llnaen 4.. Rceelpl durlnir month -._____..... I-U.P ,.
be Roberts Lake
of IfI.OO Clerk
Miss Mildred Butler ---- (
towards --
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progressing : a peaceful. so --- -------- 1)'p"l
I Warranta laaupd __________.... .
Hraiiroril Co Manic (lull-rent ..__. ___ g5i(>.77 i .. .._ .
lution but if it were complicated with spent last week-end here visiting (doctor last week brought to light almost lirndlord To IVIi-irrnnh Printline .__. V.04 I, Balance Jan I. 1(123( _____._____. 287.HB NOTICE Of FINAL DSIUIGI

the situation alonlithe\ Rhine it might I at the home of Mr. .-and Mrs. F. W. unbelievable evidences of negro II MpRne. teai-lilnic Hub( ,lll.ltlct.. "Funil(. 4H/ .0(1 I Bnlnnp Pee. 1.Outalaadlnc 102U! ___._Fund__--.__. l 5417,50) cenerro.N01h.. 1h.L I. hereby on I.) given bob d.y I" 111?whom lCebrar it,.
t flare into war. The two causes of irritation Andrews. superstition. Tisby was known among I I H MrIl.io Initld, ____ -_-__--__-_--_-__-__-_--.-__- 112(1'f ( Iti-evluta durlnamonth __________ .?. null( .84 (I). bItt j.ulgo:, shall .' Ic lbs Ilunrabo) IS.. ....
other and some white people Unity Avunt ....,chinle .. ifl.go Warranta leaned .__________.._______ reen. a? .al) court. .JoIg.: of pruhen.
ft might produce a war almost Messrs. Merritt and Drake, of Long) negroes (Clnilv, Avnnt iln. _____-...-_-_-_-?--_-_--_- 16.SO I Ualnnco Jan. 1. 1021 ___.....___ 877.73 for"'my. of n"hl .. ., ( ) 0'

, asgreat_ as the one that ended four Bridge, were in town Friday after it is said, as n "conjur" doctor with C llydnrn, junltor ..............__ Hi,no Dralnae. Fund P5fl, 1). ,Hubris WIll I 'ln."I.I''o; g that.
Chief these .J I O'n I..hlnle _______. LOG Ilulnnco Pee. 1. IOJJ ........___..... l.no rj ). Si, I my a.-
years ago.Occupying. noon. peculiar powers. among II J Thomaa do _____".........IIIIIII 5.oo ci-hila' ( durlnir month _______.__.... nook 'or Ma their.hllnl.I'nl" 0' antI. ..I'. _
Herbert Hitch of Starke in ''It. is claime& was the belief that he A"'" 'Ihomna do _.___________.____ 6.00 Warrant ,ftiaund ...__...W..W ._.,.. approval.
a position to the east: of 'i was could ward off the work of the devil :7. 'r Goodman ".. ___.__.__,......?"__. -n.00 llnlanro Jnn I. 1021: _______________. 1.80 12-R.fll.25)0l( JONATHAN *'. TWI1S.

one of these: trouble centers and to the town Sunday afternoon. iviin ho. do ______________..__._._. /non Wlilow. Pen.lon Fund 11..1. 1."nb.r 8th A. P. A.lmlnl.I.I.
I and Kate protect human life from injury and I.yilin( (iroover do ..___.............. lo.oo llulanco pie I. 1032 _--.__--_ -_ 530 4.1 19M2.
north of the other is Russia with the Misses Bessie Kennedy Ruby Culnea; do .- __________._______ 10.110( fl.'et5nta durlnir month ____.__...... NoTICE TO CONTRACTORS
largest in If j Epperson spent last week-end at their drive away evil spirits. Both whites .' L l,iiHtimcpr df _____._-...___....__ IB.00 Warrant* iMiied ___.....___________ 84 OD Si-aled, hlda h* received) by )
organized army uropc. I and blacks] are said to have made reg I..n 'I(homna. do -......._..._._.... 20.00 llnliinca Jnn I. 1081 ____________ 202 : nUnnd .JM'.,.I. of Bradfonl' th. 0.
Russia could break into Germany in i I home in Lake Butler. Dorl Reott do ____....._-_.....______ 1H.OO Acrictiltural) ) Fund 54 t"' "' he of th" Ssce.ry County of IwarT
of ,' J. Hampton Jones, of Jacksonville, ufar pilgrimages to the old farmhouse olllii Tlnirua do. ..........______....__ A.on llnlanco P.. 1, 11ISJ __... .___. .71 Htnrko, "I 1-lorldn: until a ih. mi
case a war between that nation 1 .1 W Whit'.* & Son Incld. .___________ Ki-cplpl durlnir month ___ -.. .. off January DO. ni21.) to"tlmJ?' .
(8.8.1 and
where for "consideration" ( at .
several in town last week. a W, rranta Inaued. __________....__.__ M1 ,
and France the Latins of Europe spent days .J T Ilntnoa ilo _.________.___,.. lot ;)"wntol. '") inatnietlnir rm JLfart'.S'n
-- nc
Messrs. W. II. Andrews and J. II. they! would ba told whether they were ;\ I) rronliy teiiohlnif _______?-._-__. 10( .IK() llnlnnro( Jnn 1 I. \\Vi3 ____ .-__ ._-... .78Janunry ""* """""" "' "..*.IthS
would find themselves facing an overwhelming I In of trouble either mental 'I' II rinholHter, do __________________ 1RIIO ( I. lu 3.uraiirord (" ( -
combination. Russia: the Jones were business visitors to Lake danger Willlu Dllvpr ili> .______-...______... jo.00 County. ltod. No. p. Lawtoy to the .. floeS..
physical or otherwise. T II I'lnluilnter, Inold .. _-__________.. ..(fl State or Finn .... AoIrt.dn.iO, length 4.8 (lilIes. C.
ostracised, cannot lose caste among Butler Monday. A A Dunli-n' ,10, .__..__._.-.........._ 1.Al( I hereby certify that tha 10..01"" atati-mnnl Iload. No. (1). l.awtey to the Clay
the family of nations for she has nona 'Messrs. Carlos Johns and Harley White farmers living in the vicinity I* K t'roe-by do I _--_ n_____.___..___ 2.00 f ,the ri-eehila and. .hohu.o..n" of the Appm.lmat. lemtlh.. Iff mile*. S
the Anthony Monra Jnnitor __ fund of 1.dru,1 ( f.. ,, ) of RumS 8, Si&rke' .
declare that the old man has been ----------j 10 (III') .n N. 5 .h. RosIe.
to lose. Movements in that country Moore were visitors to Jacksonville lirailiord, ('..unly Tp|..Krnph printlno800 DiMji-nilier ( .. ami correct to the VrOlI1se( 1'n"lh. '.11 mIles. A
., mark of unscrupulous "customers" at Hrndforil County Tplmraph, prlntlnip) __ (H.Oil brat of my knowledvn and belle I0nl. N.. 4. 8k., 10 New RIver.
have been reported thab indicate its Monday. times, as he was unable'to rend or Bradford. ('.,unl y -li-iiraph. prlnllna1 __ A.Ol<) (SBA I. U. W. AUDKRM\N. I Im",. 'ienlh1 9.4 mIle. App.
; readiness to go to the aid of either Miss Heyen Ctirlyn, of Jacksonville llnulroril" County. TcK-iiranh" rlntluic __ 3.0) ) Clerk Circuit Court. I Hoad No. Ii. Stark to New ftlver.op.-
write and cottld not distinguish between llrailToid. ( ....nl" leliitrnph. prtntlntf" _. 8.00( ln.lr"I (( prnxlmatn nnth. 101 mllea,
of the two countries that threaten the was a visitor hero Sunday. Hrnilford n" C. Itoad No.
certain denominations of rminty( Toliimiph rInl Ito. .- 80(1( n.n.1 1.1. Stnrke to the Clay -county' I lla.
western Europe. We do not believe I j j I. Rev. Crews, of Jacksonville, filled cur- HrI ro'om County( Tulmruph printIng .. 8UO "I, Approxlmnto" ( pmrth.- R.1 mil.-.. .
I rency. Negroes, however, rarely ever 1I."dt",1 (:"uly( Tollnrrapli. lirlntinir __ n.0(1a Koail No. il. lload No.; II: to the CUa-
that either of them wants Russia's his regular appointment here Sundayat Hrnilfonl (', f STATK\:SNI lIne
.unty 'Ii-lpwraph i ntinirntitiK .oo 'INANIo. t-WUNTT 8(101)I county: Appraxlmala) ) luinrlh. 2.1 mil..
I cheated him in for services
payment llrailford County Ti-li-Krnph UKrailford 800 50)41)5 rlui total of the Items
church. whlaai
assistance but do believe cither the Methodist "ulnIU. on
we( that they say as ho was believed to control County Ti-lpuraph, prBradford .. a.oo Courity( aupprlntenilonfa nr.atiiini. Htatomcntnf propnanla .r d..I.) ant approxlmnlaly' '0.,
of them driven to the wall would :! !Mrs. Mahood spent last week-end County Tolmrauh. ) |.,Inllnic .. 300 county ai-hool ftmda, for the month of lollow .
their destinies in his own hands Hrnilfnrd County, 'ti'leirrnph |irMrailforil .. SOD I IVci-mbvr 1022.( < li-ai-lna and ruhblnv, tM.S acrra.
accept it gladly. No people on earth at her home near Macclenny. "Doctorin his profession County 'IVIruraph printIng __ 8.Oi" (...n..1 School Fend Kirnvatlnn: U .818 cu. yU.
are further than the Germans from I Miss Anna Mae Anderson, who is as llrailforit. County Trliurnph "irlirnilford _. a.(iiiA nnlnnco Doe. I. 1022 -IOII32H( Iload m.rhln. wradlnic, 2.0J alallnnii
called, evidently proved profitable County Tili-wraph |irItrailford intlnif .- .00 Hi-crlpla' durlnir month -_.BI2H.21 21 Im-h plpa. 1700 (lln. ft 4
Bolshevism and the Turks, who are teaching in the Johnstown school, was County 'loliHrap'i. |,ir Intlnir __ 8.00a Warrant. hwund _-. -. -... _7IBBHHBiilunco / Hlructurra. 100. III ft bui.nl
farmers and herdsmen are no more I the week-end guest of her parents from the amount of money found after Hradronl, Counly 'Iftlmraph, prlntlnir -.. .on( Jan. I. 1021( ...-... .. 872.A,11.r.t ( <'(lay 'irfaolnv mf.lal. 4'1.310"(m..u". ,,,1..
; his death. Besides an iron safe, 11 I W Ilinimn( Incld( __________.,._. 4 no) ) Na 1 MlKlnit an.) "" .aand-elny aurfan..
inclined than the farmers of the Unit here. .r W Morunn do __________________ 2.1111 Bulnnp ""-0. _...-......_ 811 313.0904)) .". uJ..
which had been broken into and rob- J. W. Moruan d.. ____oo___________- 1.110 Ki-cilpta duh,.. month ....___. 85.15Wu'rantms I Kaon mail or arctlon of nail will ha .
ed States to accept the,fantastic ideas bed four iron boxes were left behind J. W. Monrnn do, ______-_.___....___ 1.27 tanupil ___ .- .....- 72.OBIlnlnnco ( (.hl.o n unit and tho dutormlnallon. of ._
1 of Moscow. But either would grasp LABOR FAMINE ON WAY J. W. Mnriian do ________-______.____ 1.00 Jnn. 1. 11121( _.. 21.4H ,- ...1 b madu on this hnnla.
; 'containng! over $5,000 in currency. J. W. Moninn do _oo________________ .711 lll.lrtrt) No. aBalanco All work In accordance with thaplana
Russian assistance as: a drowning DEMAND EXCEEDS /SUI'l'LY Relatives all sections of the J Will".".," d.. ______-_____.______ 105 Pee. 1. lt)22 ...._......_ 2601 anil, Inatmotlona. n man at a straw. And the worst from J W Moritun do l ________.....-.-....__ .78 ltpci-til durlnw month _._... 14.07 apofllnl ,,n..lnn.. .''.In.U.n.. and p..I.lo.prollotaj'
P grasps country and even from such distant Myrtlco Avanl timehlnir __ -.___..... //1.110 Warrant) bailed _.__ 11.11( and) ...I'.t Bradford$ rounty.
part of it is: that if either of them, Million Worker Needed ; Barely Two };n.ma Anclrewn do ...____........... IVIO 1..I.n") Jan. I. 11)21) .......- at!.11m.lrtrt I .. hid. meet he .acoompnnU-d( by cutta1.flud .
points as Miami have flocked to the I
No. II check ,
tin a bank In "
with Russia's assistance; conducted Hundred Thousand Available city since the murder all claiming a ((clone. pn 1. IDea!! ____._.______. 884 mndo payahla to B. H. Bradford. ., ehalrmaa countr' .
a successful war the one so winning HII.1,8 PAIII BY CITY COUNCII. KpcpJpui' ( du'no' month __ _._______ 112.nil 1 Hoard of Bund Trunto-a. for Hv. per e.(1t
,- portion of the jnoney. If guilty parties T .1 .rlirin mitmlHir councIl _________- 4.00 Warranta (..". .__ '___.n_ .___ HB.19 tha amount bid. aa avidcnca of iiood faith e
4c' would probably find itself at the end American industries lack about believed to have absconded .wlth J W Andrew J" do ____ ___.______. I.OU llulnnca Jan. I.. HU'I ._"___.. . 72.DB a* u ,,"..,nnl.. that 5 If awnnliul, the oontra
8 A ) ,, _.._.___ ___.... ._ .
of the struggle dominated by the RusSian of million laborers U." do ._ 4.00( Illntrlrl No. IIlnlnnoo tlm blddiir will axiHiiit tha contract and. viva
&t 'three-quarters a the money from the safe are captured J C 1 '<"hi noon do __. ._____.___-.____ VIO) I-a. 1, 11122) n____________ 44.HAItpcrlpt honil aa rvqulrad.
; political system. necessary to nation-wide plans that O J firlirin. do h .-________________ 4.110) ., durlnir. month _._____._____ ft 70 .. rraarvad reject any or .
and the money'returned, it is believed C J L Iik maynra ,..,. _____..._____.. 6.00Slliw ") Warrant) InallHil. ___.______._._____._ 4000llnliince ) ( I r,1 t .
We see the danger but do not see have been made to increase: production by officers here that between Kite aalary lint! f... ________ 108110) Jan. 1. 1II-2S .. __-.___- -. 10.110) ) lildwPinna and aprplllcatlona may ba ..pn at thaofTioa
/ the during 1023. Government observers A li Alvarei do ____________....___. 76.00( Dl.trlct No. I of tha I county and eoplpa W
remedy. It is probable that Francd $10,000 and $15,000 will be opportion. C A Flitch olprk I..-... tax aollwtor 80.00R Balance) Dec. I. 1022) _________.______ 1B1.SIIticilpla tha aiH-cincntlona may.n'n.ba obtalnml' from taarcrotary
honestly thinks that.Germany is not with statistics to prove their ed direct heirs of the old man. A Fetch Inildi-ntal. __ _______..... 8.20rlayinn ( unrloir month KH.HO of th. hoard at (2.BO) per copy.
declare that million ad- among ( Johna apuelal police ____.___. A.On') Warranta luaui-d 1 ___._.-_:::::::::.:::: 1700Uulanm : ( ('."h. of lha plana 'ma" ba ohtalnml' rrowi
trying to pay and the logic of such a statements, a Two negroes have been appointed W J Epptfraon rpp. n......' (leo Andntu. 11.00 Jan. I. 1D2II) ..____________-_ 828.II the acoivtary of th. board 1 at 12.80 for caua
conclusion is to make her It is ditional skilled workers will be need (> W Alderman. coilS H Hummlx-ric. emu 11..'15 District N.. S road, or I7.AO for the eompMa Mt.B. .
B. D. Hiers
pay.' by County Judge to act [>rw Co mnyor'N ".ak..t .________..... 87.70K Ralnnee( Pi-o. I. 1 (22 ___..._ ._____- 87.71H MATlllBWS.
t probable that Germany finds it im ed this yearJ that only about 200- as administrators of the estate.- M Johna retnlnpr f... to Jft(). 1 ally( 32.50Tote <>celpla. ( durlnir month _.______ __ 41.IH C A. FIITCII. t ChalrmaaiHiHirvtary. .

make the and 000 unemployed men are available. W..n. Iwtuixl ._._____ _____ ____ 'in.BO) ., 1229tll.154MASTERS
possible to payments Gainesville Sun. _____________________.... 3118.SB .. .. J.n. I. III2I) : ___....____..... ( I
will feel that the punishment inflicted The shortage; is already being felt, Komi, and Brldil fund Itlmrlrl I'... T 73.4

but it will be some time before it will o A Colllna taklntf aewvr Uvula ____ il.50 Balance l lOt!. I. 1022 __n____________ 114.MH 8AI.F.Nolle
for resistance cannot be worse than RUSSIAN HANGMAN HANGS OWN: Hunk of, Mti.rk. pay n>ll> Din _______. ill.01: .Lpta diirinomonth __.__...__.__ (ail I. h.re), given that umlur W
that which is being Inflicted now.. All curtail work, it Is beljeved. SELF J A Morgan sAlary Men __________. ._ VO.OO( ; Warrant hutui,d ._________._________ 1000( virtue of that certain lineS ((li-riwo of 'ant.,.-*>
rail- '-1 Balance Jan. 1. lo'2'l/ ______A... 10H( ,00 or. mndn by the Judua of th. Kluhth Judlatol
that we can say is that, in both these The automobile industries, Total *_ ____________-_____.___ 121.81Wat OlsOfet No. t rJ..I of n.hl". In chancery alttlna1.( In tW
each nation should to roads, building trades, and farmers .rworka Fnml llnlnnre Dec. I. IU22 __.____...-__ 71.OH .I.ult( conrt for Bradford' countr. Florida.tba ) >.
disputes try
London, Jan. 18.-A telegram received C A Pulch clerk bund tru. .Ut>> .---_ 25.00 Hticelpla) durlnir month ....________ A.(MlWarranta glat ilny nf DMambvr. A. t). 11122.( Jn favor
, see the other's viewpoint and act withas all expect this tear to be a record. here from Moscow states that liuiuf-d ___._ .___.._____- 2000Bnlnnc nf Mmplr Lumbnf a corpora*
breaker, The increasing ciemand, for Jan. I. 1W21 _____._______... 879-1 thin aa .0m.lnln.nt, (atralmit 8. J. .
great moderation as possible, real the hangman loukoff who has beenin CI.KKK'B HBPORTHtark. .nt R
Dl.lrirl N.. I Intpr J,.. M. KmiUiUr, J..
izing 'the fact that it is incurring a motor vehicles indicates that there the service of the political secret tin.. January 1. 1023. Balanc fl,... 1. 1022 ________________ D0.4 wlfn, Aa ,dtfifnilnnta.'I .
He-pert of
the Clerk of th. Mniuit Court
KncnlptM durlnir month ._.......... .
, great danger by going to extremes. will be work for a quarter of a million police for the last two years and is In and for Bradford! County. Florida. on. ae.eount W".n. 1.,0 -__-._____.._____ 2000 unI..IIn.d.. .,, ....aa' nf iipcM-lnl the al".lho"maiitar,..wMoffnr

in that alone of tnturannaecl for the year 1U22 1U29 _____._________. .
But Americans with scarcely a'' more men industry said to have hanged 2,000 B. W. IflVFH.Tax/ : "lln. \ ) 70 44 Ik. dorlna-" the liwal hoC of aal. sc
.,., .
) ,
No 10Balance the Bth dny of February A. .
I dissenting voice, rejoice that during the year. The building tradesare has committed suicide by hanging CollectorTo Pi-a. 1.12a, _______._______ 71 ll O) In the hluheat and II blddnr or a.h.I.2.
of it expjcriencin an unprecedented Bradford Countr Itecelpt. durlnir month ._ _..___...._. 41.21 'nllo"ln. di>aprlb' *,l .Ia'". altilntail .4 t
er happens we are out whatev-I himself] in his room at Moscow. County Propar .
II.e. 1, bal _._____________ __ W..nl.) )leailfd ------------- ---- 8A 0Bnlnnco Bradford "'lhty. Florldn towittNorthlant )
to due _
Farmers especially in tho 1001704 "
._____ _
of __
it at least in the sense By amt cold-clod .. ______.. .. S10.87 Jan I. 1923 15.35IhlMrlrI I (Junrtrr Southoaat (Juarbarof .
------- .
belt will plant larger No. II Hue. 31. '1'. A Routh. Rnnuo R. eontala.Inic
compelled to have our cotton a acre- FROM A SCHOOL GIRL'S NOTEHOOF 1"I..no. lire I. 11122( __. ._ ._.____ 114 >4 40 acrM. mor or Irma. 2
an. 1. to 1ml dun _._______ I
before to the -- --- 11007.37
according .
I .
; slaughtered in the quarrels of other agethan_ ever \: durlnu' month ---- ---- --- 2 UKWarrnnta A. Z. APKINS.
f Flna and Forfaltura 1
I _____ __ .
__ '
luaufd' IAOOBiilumii ) K M. JOHNH. SpecIal MiuUr
: nations. We are not entirely out of it present indications. lIve. 1. to bal) dim' ---..-- .- 1081.ADBy ._____. _____. I '
. I 9 amt culleotild/) : :( : :-:_-.- -..:::-.::::: HI U7 Jan. I. 1II2II) 4ll.7il Hollnltor( Mr Comllnlnoht lBotXlMASTER'S

and cannot be. We would sustain a Everything Quiet Now Latin is rough, Latin I is tough Illntrirl No. 11Bnlamo _____
______ _
Di-e III2U 240.39Ib'cel.tl
:, At the present time the labor situation Jan. 1, to kal din> ....._-__......... 1)011.72\ _.. SALEMotive
of .__.__ ....
degree injury froma cataclysm And of Latin Pvc had enough; County tend and durlnir month .1 la hi'tvhy Klvon that umlur rvlrtun
is one of almost unpqualed quiet. V.. dun ________ _.__ ___ Warrant. Ineoud h.__ ____.__ __ 2/ ) nf that certain (flnal .f.ni _
that involved the wol"1d.-Times.Un.I All are dead who ever spoke it 1. to Iml) _.. .810103 __ ." .
___ .
ly amt millvetwl ______________..____ 41IB.74/ Uulnni-B Jan. I. 11121( 2I8.UI floMtim mndft an l .n.rod on I''n.h. (HC
big strikes in the United
" ion., :: There are no All are dead who ever wrote it, Dlntrlrt No. MBnlanno 1<>J2, by l"n.nhl. fn. ludva of the

States, and government labor experts fever Jan 1, to but dun -_______.________-_7007.80- 1..1. 1 ,22 -._ ....._ .. .. 14123Kicilpt ('lr,1 1,,, and for fml,1 county,
All will die who learn it, durlnir month .. __.....__. 1A.HOWarrant ) that certain Ca,, Joha
WOODLAWN I estimate that UJe number of nufitandmgIndrblcdnau Fund |l.u.i.l( | __. .________..._ ._ 81.71VBalance I.. (jrfn la ant Adolph, Iloie4.flee
t Blessed death, I'm sure they earn itl! DPO. 1. to bal dim __ ____..________II3U8.03 ____ ._ ._ .um"I".11
Jan. I. 1021 ("l43.l'tJhstrlet and' hi. .. .
men on strike is not worth. mention II" clot .1100140.1 ___ .__-____ _______ 8fI".H ffu *hner. are 4.fonolanla
I -r-- ,, / -Exchange.How Na IIBalance the .n".I.n..1 will once for pile

Woadlawn, Jan. 2(5.( -!Messrs. J.. S. i, ing. Jan 1, to bal due .-____ ______.__..4I1U S R.-c.tip1jl Pi-c durlnir I. month 11122 ___..__.__-n__.__.-_-...-. (IHDI a.Wurant. .54 and hh..I".) wil. In ach fmnt.. e.h of the to the a.uurlhoue.> hluhmit and door bent raHtard

and Will Norman and R. B. Osteen But with spring and an accompany County_.__ S.h..1r".a. baund ---- ----.------.---.- an,'oilBnhinuu *. tlrnilforil county, Florldn.. ) I. to bal due ._ ._ .___......21211407 .
I ._ .
business visitors to Macclenny ing increase in business for the large/ lIn..I.28( 116 21 I I 5th of Fnhruary A. ,I>. 19.M. ilurlnir the
were Could Her VI.r" N.. ln.llnnre 5 1.h""r\ of .aaln. for tna punHMa of aatinfylnif ( -
Thursday. 'A physician freedom frou Doc. 1. Ilaa) ________. .".__ 55,46 aald final ,deerae th. ntalUti ..
I (),_. I ....cel..r.. ut U.w says ASPIRIN Itveelpi durlnir month ----------..-- 22.H4Warrant In rtrn.lforil county, folln.ln.,
I I -
Mr. and Mrs. R. 1O teen, of Jacksonville worry. Is essential to the treatment 01 IHBUIII __._..__ .______ .0.0" visiting here'at the home w..v* >.C,&iltr ani ',,ergy by *.jrUytaa1 and r' :locomotoi ataila. Tut) a man who Balance J.". 1. 11121: .________ ._._ 81.1 boll Quarter) of Hratlon H4 and run Went
rk-lilnj' blood. YUII "..n *oua fe'... II"D": "* m.ln. No. la : I Unit frvt. Ihenc North 1(111( thrnc Fast
of their Mr. an "Mrs. R. B. ,, could keep free) from worry with Raison* Die. 1, l')22 4H. 7Ibwnlpt / ret .
parents, -.j.l.,.. ivlitoratina c"* ( PTIWMOTHER -------- .I UB feet thenc South 1H1H to point
motor &'jJ. could recover from a. Say "Bayer" and Insist CurIo month .._____. 2.8 I .f hi-ilnnln all In Mectlon( ". Townahlp I I,

amputate neal without tniatraeati Warranta l .--.----.----------- South Ran. M Raat, conLsdolnit 40) ,
", Dulanee. Jim, .. III2H ___._._ ._______ 8401) I mor or 1 la.Th acr*>
C.: : S..oulsvlite! Cm'jrler.lournmdOem IMntrlrt, No. IfHnlnnc abov itmcrlhed landil lo b* .1.1 no.1.
4 DIM. 1. 1022( -.-_.- 1141 Sect to a certain mortmain .ten tn thif "Fi ed-
_- ) durlnir month .............. 1.20 eroS land Hank." of fl. C. for the
t S < .i Thought.A. / 1".lp. )tMuml .....-....... .... um uf $6110,0and ColaS Cth.mhl.,lure 12. IOIHn .( .
single/ gru.ti.-rul timnght; turiMMbeaYPtuvarJ Halanc .20,). I. 1112 -.-- 14.04'lll.lrlil ,' K. KNICIIT.( .
N. Itftalnnr
Special Master In Chancery.
in the most I'ortwt prayer. r.-e. 1. Iv22 11.A P.. K. PKURYMAN.Bollcltor .
: -Le slau. 1 K uili.u durlnit month -.____.___- for Complainant. 1-5-BI-J-2
') 9 Warrant (luiued ....- 44 M -
: -- ,. .... Jan. 1, JOn .- 8.66 (3)1925 roil HLICATION:
BILLS PAID BY SChoOL BOARD llnnil Na. tBalalM In Circuit Court. Suite of rlorlila, EluhaaJo
Cieneral Kami ( )... 1. 11)22 _____- 7,'3 r.rrl. Green teaehinar ___-_-_-.___- 18.21/! Kueelpta durlnir) month _..___ CI"tlt
CHILD'SBOWELSIP T J. Grilfln frelKRt. ____-_______-____ 2.IS ', ,.",. INe0b'l .____________... '1'. J. Oay.
I M C Wlmbfrly rf" ._____-_ ._._______- ft.8H Balanc Jan. 1. 1923 -_ ..- 7.0 I Complainant. I
H MeKa, h&ehlna- -.___.__________ ___ (Wot" InUrot 2k SinMnc No. 1Balanc v.
Glailya AVIIOC d.!. __-_._______-____ 4500 ) I'. 1. 1'JJJ ...... ...1104.42 Jeul I.e. Gay I 4.
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HurlY Mother! teaspoonful of right/ out of the stomach and) bowel tlabltuai Cormipatton Cured Neuralgia Pain Pain th month. lahool of Il.m.r.fund of lalot tru County and for screenS the tal It*..I.a* further aunfovMeii ordered by aald ..I.nl.nl, W

"California fig, Syrup" now will tlmroughly -. withmit griping' or upsetting the (11111<1. In 14 toll: Day AcC'Ppt 11111"r Tablets of Anplrln' to the beat my knowldna and belief puhllahed one a week for four "Jr, .*
clean time little bowels ami 'In II H. WlOrtJ.Co..I. week in the Bradford. County Telea-raph anewnpaveir
a your druggist/ you want only the "LAX-FOS contain*.
WITH PEPSJN": I Each unbroken puckaJe
a l cliu.y .
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Su.rnl.nd.nt publUheil In *al "
have well child
few hour playful 'California
you genuine! lAg; Syrup" which pyeperedSyyupTonjc-Laas.ive for!ilutilninConstipation. dirf>('bion.. Ifamly boi.a oftWl'lv. Mate.
again. Even if cross, fevrruh, bilious, lia. direction for bahiv and children It relieves promptly U pr"l"'r. tahlfta rout few Benin. Drug- NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Thin December 211. '192J.

oonatipatvil or. full of cold, children. of all axes printed on hottl. Mother, should be taken regularly! for 14 lo 21 day glaSs\ also wll bottles of 24 ami, 100.( ) UNUFK MPr noN tit t.CNKMAL. arATUTICa /teal .
lore ita "fruity" toU, and mother can you intuit Jay "California. Kefuwt any to induce) regular action. It i thntriula snack of B ) CI.,1 ,
*ru Aspirin il .yJ Hereby notlc I I. ibm that T J. Alderman By KNIGHT.
reat ...y because It never fail. to work 114.1 ta!.ion.! JlomofwrticaeMiwfer 6f of tax isle .aartllteat) C
Regulate< *. Very Pleasant to T :ki' 80( 1falfa"tl1 of porahoaer Diunberedrmpectlvely Deputy (). .
I" all the souring food anuV nasty bile per bottle. SallllicallId. $ 12B. 11. Ofl. OH.( 14$. IS?. KM A. Z. ADKIN9.
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'> l i Is Evidence tulles the Quest Sir Ernest Shackle-1 '1I..It.' "Best rcnson we hare board yet

; L County News Items l'JI -By CLARA DELAF1ELDCoprtvht J I rl'd;; ton' adventure ship will be able to I, why boys leave the farm Is 'beeauat
: I -. Thorn! Is on no more perfect keep In touch with this country everyday "I 'Will",'" calf grow to be v.'. 00....*

!!: t 121. Wcatftro N.w.p.p.r Union I example: of evolution than the hOrse. j.1 fo; the flasher she Is to the Pole I
; I Under the able direction of Prof. | tbe more effective will become the
j a', Interestingfacts Gathered During the *:. bj' Our Higgins bad hud a sort or cold Henry _Fairfield Olc : blooded liking for Aunt Myrtle, bul guished president of the fake LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE' (Tahleta>
Regular Correspondent sages. .the('+Lph and, Headaulta and work alt ,'
he .lo "
; could
J Y h never Stand the atlUllllvb..r.of Museum of Natural History!! the greatest I Hid( the ploneurs of Arctic exploration Cold. E.W. (..ROV!::;" Blituaturooi. ) aura bus :Set
} her apartment, with Its Victorian collection of fossil horses In the the miracle

'fr. t, \ -- Dt=;... _""._...... _..1I horsehair Its stuffiness, nnd the parrot world has been brought/: together In ;j of wireless been able communication, to utilize: the'< tragic ,

A PLEA FOR TilE SACKED COW I t like to make It soft and squashy: that shrieked' Invective at, himwhenever the museum. We have so detailed a stories- the lust century would probably ,
he .
too. I hove been brought up by my I nppfurcd.Tot record that the complete evolution of never been written. Franklin
-- : the heir to Aunt Myr .
: as only
,I mother to do this.! ; :! would In that event have Seen ableto
(Continued from Page 5)) I tIe's fortune, ingoing had tolerated eebllting. '
,, .Timt on I have been," said communicate his helpless conditionand
Itnlph. '
,/ 2nd. Without the sacred: E'ow. the '" these things fie had! fed! the parrot o' War, the most perfect living horse,
.I'o'rc sail l location to those who
to Mf exact
118'ery Intelligent;
of citizens and propertyif I sugar, and had mnllccl! when It Dipped la there for all writes Itoy
uijurity our I to. trace, i
utl>] Ilobhie. u nd] I do l nellvv we'rebrl for 'o long vainly' braved the terrors
the bliss and I him In return, as the beast had n hubll Andrews In Asia Magazine j
I' .f.; .wners would not enjoy JIIt., t of Chapman of the Arctic In search of his lost

; p" joy that comes from the labor and, ex- "I think !It Is Keimlble// of us to com' Aunt doing.Myrtle Their died lint and was was mutual.burled The horse, we know, originated In expedition, the fate of which was only
L I '" ". ., of building and keeping up buck to the hollow Wyoming and adjacent parts of the rTe
\ rrne sumis trees where niffftlus sat In the drawing room with discovered after ten years
West. At first he
was a shy, retiring
j rrJ ostly :wire and plank fences. we make our duns nnd to do thin until the old housekeeper, wiiltlntc for the
) creature, no larger than a terrier, with
;wit rd. Without? tho cow property we'rv grownup gentleman und lady
'I $ lawyer to appear with ,the will. Dig five toes on feet adapted to the soft, Goat Mothers Puppies
i'';';' wners could l tear down the many old re"root'V m*. gins' nerves were terinu. I springy ground of I the forests. As the An Interesting fnct was learned at

,? and unsightly> fences which now make (' wait until we're renlly grown. There' cnme the expected ring at the wooded area began to decrease In extent -I Tulsa, Oltla., when-n mother goat on .

.. 'i. tfutrko look like an antiquated country up, too. We Uon't consider weregrown : door, and old Kirs. Field went to admit the horse perforce chunged his the ranch of a millionaire oil man was
: town. nil when we're only a few i IIr, PrentlsR. At the same roc habits, becoming more and more a discovered with eleven registered Airedale % Cdrind Our Own Lenses
I months old. We have to be n few ment clime a shriek from the parrot. puppies' she had adopted., The
4lh. Furthermore without the cow' plains-living animal dependent upon
& : jeurs old to consider ourselves grown "Silly fool I Silly fool Arthur big speed to protect him from enemies. mother of the pups became suddenly NODELAYgainesdillc
life Starke would
.j how monotonous in
up. UBS { .i. W. Y"u, life would become dull, but "Our dear old womiin's don't were the Florida.
mother any they like to money, you' ed for swift running on hard ground, time u mother goat lost Its kid so
; for the Hurt of chatting: the agile bring up about four or His little roc With sudden iDHilne fury Hlpgtni the middle too gradually! developed the rancher pln) < ed the pups with the
il formx of our neighbors cows out of coons' u yeiir. They soy they cnn d() rushed Into Aunt Myrtle's bedroom hoof, nnd the side; digits disappeared goat. At first the goat rebelled hut I '1Wm: lIutDIDtI'
yards: and gurdena.I' this mid train them.. well" where the green and gray devil I I I except for the so-called "splint-bones" finally allowed the pups to nurse .

Ir, II 5th. Without the flush, free range' "I suppose every one knows what we watched\ Mm from Its perch, one eye !In horses as we know them today. The standing up. However, after a week I i I

i c ,' : City cow our out of town dairyman look, like." said Ralph "with our strut, Its head on one sltlo judging causes that forced the evolution of the elapsed. the. foster mother l lay down a--- ,
/1\ 1 tails and hind, feet which condemning him allowed her to enjoy
: ; / would grow rich on hid milk miles. bushy> our horse are In certain respects similar and puppy\ family I
There is some talk of, urging our ore Hut on the ground like a bear's. "Silly fool!I" It shrieked. to those that we see effective In human their nieiils nt all hours In a natural
. ,' Of course they' aren't flat on till Hliculns seized It from the perch' evolution. position. h j
city fathers to puss an ordinance to ground tiulcsn we are ",walking on the wrung its neck snapped the chain thai I Many theories concerning the evolution -, I

restrict the' liberties of our mitred ground. Thut Is understood, ocourse. held It, and tossed It Into a (,o'l1crr of man have been advanced by Coffin of Stalagmite. 25
'p cows. To talk of' such an ordinance I ." the room. 1, eminent scientists. That proposed by Doctor Hrdllckn of the National cent

1 nd is to cast a reflection on our honor. "Of course" Maul HobMe. lie returned, just In time for Mrs. tbe late Prof. Joseph Barrell of Yale ,,\ museum was culled to the Luray caverns I'

4 ( ,. ,able mayor and city council. Such a "And I Kiippone, everyone knows Field and the lawyer. I I university baa much to give It support. :> to Investigate some bones that

t, .b'' law would give the new comer, tour- Mint our trucks look very much( like The will was! read. Mrs. Field got Professor Barrell believed that, as < had been discovered embedded In a .ti\.

. ja int.and! respective citizen the impression the tracks of a small cUJd I suppose a thousand dollars. Arthur Higgins! tbe forests decreased and the anthropoid ; stalagmite. With some difficulty the Want. Adwill

;'ti t" that Starke is not nn antiquated they know !that too." \ got. apes could no longer retread' whole deposit containing the bones was
''lv "I dolt Imagine (Ihey do," said Hobble -. "To my nephew, Arthur Hlggtns, Inconsideration southward because of the great barrier i removed In pieces und the bones were
3 country "us I've heard of people who huv of his attention. to his of the Himalaya mountains, they were found to be parts of a human skeleton
Such a law would deprive our city said : old aunt during a lifetime, my house' forced to adapt themselves to a life ; but the only trace of the skull I 1

S kI. .f the perpetual "honk! honk'I" of the 'Some chlU has been walking on I'nrlc street and a capital sum of upon the ground.. Whether or not they | was a portion of the lower Jaw The sell a" '

!stranger who comes into our city over along here,' and they have pointed to forty thousand dollars, to be InvestedIn did this from necessity or choice, It'' museum Is studying, the specimens. I' ,.

L .ur new hard road when finished. the tracks; of one of our faintly." government' bonds, the Interest seems almost sure Hint the progenitor !I ScientificAmerjcn.n.!!.' .

:: 1 I would remind the honorable council "Well nld Ralph "It may have thereof to be paid. to him so long- ns of man was a "ground- ape". -a creature I

(', t t: that some of'our citizens who own barn a child but a raccoon child and my darling FI ou-tlnumy parrot remains' living on nuts und roots and, I CIJAKIHAN'8 NOTICE TO SELL HEAL ESTATE '
M alive and well. Upon the death when In danger, running to the trees Ii Horse
cows and who keep hogs In our city not a little boy or u little girl lint $$200
,. ; what guy you to another meal now' of the said Flou-flou, the said capital for safety. As he gradually lost the Notice I in .hm-fby given to all whom it may
contend that'they are good things to ,
r sum to be divided between the llonu shelter of the forest, he had to acquire concern that thirty days after date hereof J. fp
,, have. If so, the more the better. I've got my spring appetite. I I Carrie Hick, aa guardian of O. W. Hloka.J ,
, "So ba\e I," agreed Robbie. for Feathered orphans and the parochial the means of protecting himself r.. Clanmeo Hirka, Willie Fay llioki. Woodrow -
Therefore, why not a law making it 1 schools. and of combating the enemies of the hats and Olin Hick, minor, will apply ,
y.. l obligatory on every citizen-every Even as be listened to the ghastly ground. This led to a communal life, to the Honorable it. A. linen, county judge 1 or a
, Funny Way to Spell. in und for Bradford county. Florida! at hm t
v family at .least, to own at least one James went to a movie theater wltt Jest Illgglns felt sure his aunt had bands with an opposed thumb with 1 office fa Starke, in said ::' 'iht 10 o'clock I I
had tc which sticks and be a. m.. cr an noon then-after aa master can I
,r cow and keep at least two hogs in his Aunt Florence.He Imagined parochial something to grip : stones to lie heard for authority to nail at public or I
' h s 4 : the family pen and rigidly enforce hud been III school but a shor do with parrots. used In defense, an erect posture anda private ..)e. a one-twelfth undtvtdc-d interestin >
a t And Flou-flou lay dead In Auotdyr. foot adapted to swift and sustained the rollowinit itaMribed. real estate, In acid ] $$1000 .
G such law for the public good. If it time and was learning to npell. lit tle's bedroom I running These bodily changes, which county, to-wit. | I Gor. t.
t', would be wrong for all to have a cow knuw only about a dozen words, bui I I A one-twetrth undivided Intureat, In the Woat I t.a
1 bouse la mine asked were of profound Importance, must
"Then this ?
< i
} t'r' and keep hogs is it right for theSQNNERL be knew those well. There was a title Half of th* SouthMut Quarter ant the Kant
i Biggins. have taken place very slowly-In hundreds Half oC the Southwest Quarter of auction thir- .
shown the that contained
d' I -r..w upon "screen "It Is, Mr. Higgins, and I of thoutiunda of years. The I tr-onp, townahln Mven, South, range twenty-
the word "worce. I two Eaat t except a amp of land on the north '
James said, "Oh, say Aunt Floe! "How soon can I take possession of physical adaptations "carried with llile of tho Northwest Quarter of the South- or a
It? ; them a mental development correspondingly eaat Quarter and on the Northeaitt Quarter
canes Isn't that a funny way to ape\!' of the Itouthwunt QuarU-a of about th... acres
"Immedl teIY." replied Mr. Prentlm. remarkable. Thus It was, :
'borso, with a w? Also one hnJt aero in the Northwest cornerof
"The house Is yours" I says Professor isarrell, that man diverged the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest '\\i

.. Rmle'ffiii1.I; -J4r.t; WSfft to"know "Then," said Illgglns desperately from the parent apestock.Age en.Quarter South In, Range'_Lion twenty-two Thirty-one east. township containing"ev

what It Is."Especially. "I want to be left quite alone for the one hundred Ottfttt and one half acts, more $$10,000
} I like to know about rest of the day, In order to fnmlllarlzj of Discretion. or 1_.. 1. II.It.W.U

things which shine brightly. Some of myself with It. Mrs. Field: you can People of mature years, not old

my family have been caught that way, take a clay's holiday." people1, understand but simply; peopleout
L But I am very careful. He soothed the mystified and a little of the first hush of foolish youth, PURE MEADE

MARY GRAHAM "How I do enjoy eating! Indignant< housekeeper, who Cl , CF* OMf *WUTMUi NIWAM*UNIOM i "So do I." nnld Knlph. "Let's talk length put on her hat and departedfor be sure they soniolluiea read In the COTTON SEEDPure Farm

c7Y, bout food for a hit." her married sister's leaving nig- public prints about "an old lady of

i ROBBIE'RACCOON "All right," Maid Hobble. "I couldn't gins Instructions, to be sure and not fifty-live," which, though admittedly
tat about It so cheerfully were It not forget to put out some sunflower seed evidently absurd -nevertheless disturbing Meade upland Ionic'staple
"I have been spending the winter for Flou-flou. to the morals. And once in awhile I cotton seed grown from field selected -
for the fact that I have Just euten well i
t;.. keeping and resting," .8I1ld Hobble and so am not hungry."I As coon as the house was empty there Is a manifestly erroneous seed. I grow no other variety 1.,1
'. r Jteccoon nod lituJpli Raccoon said : bead line about the death of old
l5" Jlke anything to eat. I enjoy Illgglns rushed downtown to an ant of cotton. Price $2.00 per,
"So havti I. mal denier' shop he knew There man who turns out to be a person ,
A' fresh-water clnmx.\ Frogs and turtles : bushel of 30 pounds at shipping
"You ste,'* said 'Hobble "when we In his sixty-two
Just prime; say.
other feathered denizens, was
and eggs, I like. Nuts and fruit among point. Meade cotton will'make
live North and winters are cold It But, as we started to observesthe What
op an almost exact replica of the devilwhich say is
and vegetables! I cnn also eat."Green more econ-.
ta too much for UK'to, be out all tbe he had killed lie knew Flooflou I Kansas City Star, there is balm more than either Sea Island or
y ..corn, I especially like. I
-time. Down In more southern climates by sight and this one was featherfor ; In Ollead. Pictures of A. J. Balfour, short staple cotton; the lengthof omical
. i' will even venture neur farmhouses so and profitable -
1t1) the raccoons never bother to sleep andgreet as to get the corn that la growing feather the same bird. no Sir: Arthur, no Kurt Balfour, are the Meade staple is equal to

but keep busy oil winter long nearby."I The only drawback was that It appeared now hi circulation, showing him In an that of Sea Island and sells for than

1 t !I i ashing here and there and every run great risks for green corn." to be of a singularly gentle dis active game of tennis at Cannes. Tennis the same price. Has large boll, a want
..o'N' ldlr where.' 1 1 as one knows, Is a game for
"So do I," said Ralph. position. However, there was no help every is early maturing, and wilt re- ad in this ?
It "How I do love to be about though, "I do most! of my marketing at (for It. 'Hlggtns completed the purchase youngsters. No elderly person can sistant. paper
now that It la getting a bit warmer. night," said Hobble. and., taking his acquisition In a cover a court. This gay ;young dog,
,, I have been' having a nice walk ,'* mall, wooden' cage he hurried horn shown chasing a bull with a racket Is What have you
"Yes I like the night time best".aid
tbe brooks and with It.Rushing. aeventy-four. G.i V. Cunningham
long rivers nearby.I :
Ralph. "In fact I like the nighttime ,
found some goodies Inside shells, Into Aunt Myrtle's bedroom "Tbe days of our age are threescore to sell?
f, Mil I had a regular/ feast and so dida' better I then the daytime anyway, he had soon affixed the new Flou- oll ;years and ten ." Hush 1 That AGRICULTUKA LCOLLEGE i r4
though am not wholly a night creators -
of relatives" to his He about was long ago. We are doing much
!some my perch was to look
"Good.," said Ralph Raccoon..* "I as the owl Is. for the dead bird when there came a better than they did In the time of ATHENS, GA. I!IIIWWW" OD' .....ftnUn.. """'JWI. .........r ',

I' have been feasting a bit, too. this "The same 'la true of me, said Rob tapping! at the door of the living room. Moses. When we A'ellch seventy we ._ 1
year." bie. Harrying; out with muttered objurga are only at years of discretion. Ask
"Well, to continue my talk on food" Earl Balfour '
tone, Higgins saw Mrs. Fields
v !' Ft "They nay that we're'very curious
; and Inquisitive, and I believe It Is he ,old, "I always like to wash my The good woman was breathless "1 1

"i true. I never age! pn !lhing." continued! fond and have It nice and clean. And just hurried back to say Mr. Higgins! Physical Chemistry Make
n t that Flon-flou! has'to have her rest Lectures given recently at various Spring .J

., -' ;; every afternoon 'she said. "Th American centers of learning by Dr f
,, shades have to be drawn< ; and when F, W. Aston of Cambridge made a I

she wakes up she'll want a little water notable contribution to the general ,
knowledge of the remarkable advance
nd- Work Easier

"Bz-t-at-7.il", from Aunt Myrtle's bedroom of- the moment In physical chemistry. t
I! ; nnd then a sound ns If all th. More\ and more It Is coming to betaken

Farmers Attention feathered devils In bell had gone on for granted that the chemical 't1\ .
the rampnge elements are mnde up of Identically We
: "It's Flou-flou! A cat's got !In I" ,the same stuff and that they differ are offering the following farm implements 4

creamed Mrs Field and, despite III*.. ,only In their structural mrangeraenta
t gins efforts to hold her she darted More and more the passage irora one and machinery to the farmers of

past him and was In Aunt Myrtle's element to another, which so dumb If'Wf
bedroom In a Hash. founded science, when It was first ob- this community at the lowest purchasable VKi

Carload Acid Phosphate and "Itz-.-zz I Ee-tie-ee t Yow-ow-ow- served taking place spontaneously, U
coming to be a matter of course and
b owl" came frotnlhe, room, and, mingled prices.
Kainit on Track. Special with the sound. of screeching and something which we may ultimately
the whir of flying feathers and the hope to control.-Scientific\ American

prices Friday and Saturday. rattling of the chain, came Mrs. Field's

piercing shrieks. More Work for Windmills.The Tractors
16 per cent Acid Phosphate Like a man who goes to meet his old farm windmill will be given and Tractor Plows

fate. Higgins walked Into the room. a new Job If the engineering experiments

and 12 per cent, Kanit $15.55 The uproar suddenly ceased, and the that are now being made at the Disc Harrows
only sounds now beard were the convulsive Iowa station prove to be successful.
Rt per ton 17 per cent Acid I sobs of tbe housekeeper.Upon Turning a dynamo to produce electric '
inn : the perch, the chain above Its lights on the farm Is the Idea being One and Two Horse Plows
Phosphate $16.05 per ton delivered leg sat the new parrot that Hlgglns tested by 11"_ C. Fenton. agriculturalengineer

had bought preening the bald places and E.. G. Kurtz electrical I
l ; out of car. Terms cash I where feathers had once been. The engineer, at the Iowa State college Riding Cultivators

carpet was strewn with debris of the The test .hi being made with an ordinary -
x' l only. Single sack $1.75. I tight. windmill which turns a generator

And underneath, killed for the seeI and the electricity !Is stored In batteries '>
4i ;,'! I end time, lay Flou-flou. until used. If It to b.
one glazing proves There is be
nothing to gained by slaving'along in
? of Strawberry Crates and
Plenty Cups
1 eye still cocked on Higgins In a contemptuous practical engineers see the posslbtU-

and Ironical wink. ties of making cheap lights available the old way when new inventions make farm work
on the farm
F -
Hotel l Faellltws. easier and more profitable.

litt "My friend," said the professional No Other Lights Needed. ,eft :.
moralizer to the Inebriated citizen "It .' t
The beautiful motorist stopped bj
{ N.B.HULLt you don't mend your ways some nightyou'll the traffic cop on account of headlight DE WITT= JONES .

# sleep In the gutter" trouble, turned her gaze fun upon hIm..1 ,
t f ;1 rtF "Governor. rye already don that "Your 'lamps' are all right" said the I STARKE Hardware FLORIDA :

; I had electric lights, running water sal susceptible young officer. "Drive ouraoetoa f
l a coo to call me In the moml*** Transcrtot. I "
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