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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FORTY-FOUR.-- STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY! FKHUUAKY 2. li :23. NUMBER: TIIIUTY-TWO.



( AN OF MYSTERY HIDING 1 FRENCH SEIZE THE ENTIRE- I-SIX MAY BE SENT- TO DEATH



I.I IN SWAMP, NEAR MAYPORT CUSTOMS OF RUHR VALLEY'! IN STATE- OF LOUSIANA "I


t \uthorm-::: I l.ImNlIow.n: :; : FOR MISS: NI LI.B I \f,iLANTES; BULK TOWN
COAST MTUDKItl
GUARDS
t jr Find Palmetto JOIN WAR'ON The French-Belgian grip on Ruhr WILL PROSECUTE IN :

14 Hut in Heart of Jungle RUM SMUGGLERS; ON COASTS is tightIERTS I AND KIDNAPPIM: CASE: : i ,
Marshal and Deputies (Juite After a
have seized the entire customs i
e Idents of Mayport lastweek, be"fed Government Orders Atlantic Stations of the Ruhr valley and havo hut !Miss Hilda Struth gave a linen' District Attorney DiHctiNHex Plan Reign of Terror by Railroaders k

( they saW' Hyatt A. Grissom to Go Against Rum Armadas off all shipments of coal from the shower Thursday afternoon from fourto For Action Against 1 DefendantsNew .
six in honor of Miss Nolle Roberts :
whose Armed vigilantes! who seizutl con-
Greensboro N. C., druggist, Ruhr to unoccupied Germany. | ,
.' mobile was found' in Thomas!!! All coast guard stations have received A serious situation has arisen at a charming brido-elect the delightful trol) of tho government of Harrison

y'' : : near Callahan nearly two weeks orders from Washington that the mines.! Only about half the normal iifl'air being at the home of Orleans Jan. :!$.--Six murder Ark., after a week of outbreaks, including
ta Dr. Mrs. ))0;. L. North indictments will bo asked, l h". I the
Itiggs
find on and the
gb. They were baffled. as representatives of the treasury output is being: brought to the flogging lynching of
r, A'Anew' mystery is now stirring the partment they were to assist in de-\\ surface and the supply of cars for the I Walnut street. state of Louisiana the as a result! of uvidciice i- E.; C. Ure :or, a railroad striker, assert I

\!Kale town following! an investigation/ prevention of smuggling. This is transportation of coat Is fast iliminishing. [ Vases of )pink Paul Neyron': roses given at U"llroorell) hearing (bust they may continue their rule

'$)..eterday by Sheriff Merritt and sevI'r first general order issued by the fed Though the output is small and exquisite brides roses, added to against the alleged "black masks'ofiMorehouse of until thu county grand jury adjourns }

.:l deputies. eral government since the rum fleet coal is accumulating at the pit heads : the beauty of the rooms, where were I parish whoso Ye'gn in July. The alleged sabotage acts

q ;+" unidentified white man is hiding appeared off the Jersy coast several and the French admit that this may | gathered a crowd of pretty maiden I terror culminated in the crucifixionof of idle workmen Against the Missouriand !

swamp near ,Mayport. This theieers weeks ago. cause a suspension of operations in ;i I and matrons who camto honor the Watt Daniel and Tom Hichal'\'i.\ It North Arkansas railroad caused

know. They also know thatktweman The new order will add approxi- few days. popular bride-to-be whose! inurriagn was learned officially tonight.ItequrxtsYfor the vigilantes to take complete con- l|

; plays a role in the mystery mately 3,000 men to the prohibition The German railroad men who wenton to Mr. J. W. Andrews Jr., will be sol the six murder indictments trol of the town. '

'iII'1be mysterious man has been in the enforcement ranks in addition to a strike are displaying a determined emnised: on the seventh of February.The with a score of others on The railroad after its bridges had,

'(irmmp for nearly a week sleeping in number of craft adapted for pursuitof front; they refuse!!! to work and traffic honor guest, Miss Roberts was lesser chances will 00 laid before the been' burned suspended' operation of
!Morchoust 'jury when
W(|p almetto hut and cooking his meals rum runners. The order it is said is tied up. beautiful in a dress of pearl gray satin grand it meets its trains. The vigilantes thereuponset [
the first week of March. Two of theother
ar1lalf:! mile away. applies to all stations on the Atlantic Essen ban been shut off by reason back crepe, with hut and dainty up their own government, with

Penetrated Swamp sea-board'he Gulf Const and the of the severing of telegraph and telephone I slippers 1 of the same soft gray shade. indictments if returned, would the avowed purpose of ridding that

,'1Tbe swamp the officers penetrated Uicot Lakoj. communication and the scarcity The hostess Miss Struth wore a becoming carry thu death sentence upon' convic \part of the ntuto of idle railroad men

.yesterday, is veiled by dense foliage. The order was made public just as of food throughout the Ruhr regions gown of black lace combined tion. and others The town marshal and

It lies behind a big sand dune on the the steamshipScythia arrived in portat is becoming more acute. with canton crepe and !Mrs. Biggswas The oigth men .whom tho stale will his deputies resigned and all visitors

beach between Burnside and Mayp ort.Jt.in New York with the report that it Herr iStinnes has discontinued Ger- lovely in a dress of embroideredblack compel) to fight for their lives, according tb the town were closely questioned.

t ; bordered by the beach road on had encountered a veritable armadaoff man deliveries for the devastated area ': canton crepe. to the official reports are: Maser Clutcs, of Harrison requested -

,the south and a short road leading shore. Fifteen suspected rumrunners of France. Gold marks to the amount I I Several of Starkes giftud musiciansgave Captain J, K. ,Skipwith )Exalted Governor; McRao to send, troops to

,/from Mayport to the ocean on the were sighted from Highlands of 500,000,000 due on the reparation ,, the following musical program: Cyclops of the Morehuusu Ku Klux thu town, but the "committee of 12," j

"north' and the Mayport road on the N. J. account have not been paid by Ger- i Voice (a) Love Sends a Little Gift Klan said to be the ruling body of the vigilantes ( I

,', west. Scarcely had the order for the many. Therefore, unless Germany of Roses (b) By the Waters of Min- Oliver Skipwith son of the Cyclops. notified tho governor that the jjj

-gWls Grover Cleveland Bergdoll, the coast guards to wage war on rum- makes a satisfactory response to the netonku-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Dr. Bunne M. McKoin former khan troops were not needed and they were

notorious, Philadelphia slacker for runners been received before the latest notification of France and Belgium I Instrumental Prelude DrumutlqueMisB capl.ain in !Mer Rouge. not sent. Harrison has! quieted down

":/::wli.m department of justice agents coastguard cutter Manhattan was! these powers have decided to Ethel Griffin. W. P. Kirkpatrick intimate friendof now and no disorder. has been report

:.r:'::114.ve searched every ship coming from reported by marine observers! to be take still more rigorous measures Voice (a) Love Like the Dawn Came !McKoin.T. ed. .

:J Gennany during the past two months passing Sandy Hook with a bootlegger than have yet been put into effect. I Stealing! (b) Howes-Miss Florence Jeff lluriett former deputy The circuit court grand jury has '
1y sheriff of Morehousu been excused by Judge Shinn until I |
."*dinR' there? in, tow. The const guard by Matthews. parish
Instrumental 'Souvl'nir-l'lIl1l' Ernest 10.; Newt Gray church: deacon and Jan. :2'!>, when further investigations'
the of the little sea toad ,
I') h principal the new order, is directly in '\ Situation Grows Worse I
town's new mystery an escaped con- of indirectly on the trail of Smug Duscsoldorf Jan. 31.-Seizure of I Knight wealthy parish farmer. of sabotage attempts will Lt> conduct

t'frl'l,; glers. the Ruhr customs by the French; the The shower of linen was presentedto Smith Stevenson alleged driver of t"The\ grand jury returned ten indictment -
I the bride Master Leslie the murder truck.Blacksmith against former railroad
:ysjjTneso, were two of the principal low level of coal production reached; by Biggs,
Questions in Sheriff Merritt's sumptuary of who came into the room guiding; a diminutive Smith known to state employes on evidence gathered by thodti1.NIK'
I THE STRAWBERRY MOVEMENTKirit : the practical disappearance!!! empty
of the affair. I coal cars from the region threatening I, Ford car loaded with dainty authorities by another name. court of thu vigilantes in

't j; jBe knows the man isn't the missingiGreensboro a complete, stoppage of work at the packages, and the front of the car Of thin number McKoin and Kirk secret session. Two uf thusn Indicted { .
Refrigerator Car of Season Was patrick will face charge currying pleas of guilty of burning
druggist so do other offi-( mines within few days; the cuttingof i bore the sign "Andrews & Roberts. It\'n. on
:,,eet"!. Shipped Tuesday the Cologne-Berlin trunk telegraph I i|, When the ear stopped. front of Miss capital punishment If convicted, us a bridges were sentenced to from severe

t ,' ,Two Bergdoll suspects were arrested --r- and telephone lines at several places I| Roberts!, the following speech of presentation result of testimony involving them in to ten years! In thu pentitvntiary. .

J,'flare several weeks ago by departTWnt Little by little the strawberry ship around Essen completely isolating was made. by the young driver the alleged kidnapping ",if Miss Addie.

\.q:' of justice agents. They have merits from here,increase. The Klon- the city from the outside world anda I|,' : "I represent the new flrnvof Andrews May Hamilton 1 10 years of age, filer 1,1ST OF MEMBERS OF THE:

.;'apace been released. No desperate dyke berries are now beginning to more acute scarcity of food-these i; & Roberts and in this Ford carI Rouge girl. Miss /Hamilton testified I PROTESTANT ItltOTIIERIIOOD! (

9\'f41\" convict from a Florida prison come in, and if no backset,from cold I were the developments of the twen- I' bring to the bride samples of love !McKoin unit. Kirkpatrick were members -
I I of the black mask mob which Kev. W. 10:. ) Rev A. E.:
Duugherty,
pia,| at large and anyway none are be- weather takes place the shipments' ty-first day of the Franco-Belgian occupution. and good-will from her friendx. MisH
l'Is, Ifttp' trailed so closely that ho should will soon reach huge proportions. The I I Amelia Ray untied the packages? and smashed its way into her homo, cur Dunham Rev. '1'. .i. !Hedges' novo L.

;: Meek refuge in such an isolated spot, shipments now average about 150 I road thu cards. and verses accompanying rying guns and drove her out of Men II. kSimpson, Kev. I. W. Kickliter, C.: \

the sheriff stated. bushels a day by express but move- On the other hand calm has been the gifts. With Mrs Louis II. I Rougv.Under" L. Peek: Julian Peek, S. L. Peek, J. l{

Located Hut ment by refrigerator cars has also apparently restored so far as outward Hill's linen gift wat the followinglove Louisiana laws conviction) of M. Truby, N. H. !Hull J. M. Mitchell t

Now when the deputies forced their started, the first car, containing' 105: demonstrations; are concerned; the' infantry I story shortly told: entering" a home at night by force L. H. Partridge" J. W. White, II. M. 4

.Pay into the swamp through a heavy bushels being loaded and sent off on bicycle and cavalry patrols, while carrying firearms. In punishablewith Snyder W. E.: Davis, S. 1JUl'h: E. ",
"This little story I must tell
idergrowth' of tropical foliage swat- Tuesday by Truby & Thomas. The which have been keeping order in the the death penalty. The girl It. Neir, E.': S. Matthews! J, H. Hitch, .
About girl named Nell
N!: insects right and left and keepan price of berries have been around $'J streets since the outbursts of last a ; I specifically identified, McKoin and H. C. Uitch N. 1'. Ritch, J. .1. Johns, I'i

eye peeled for snakes they per bushel for the past few'days. Thursday have arrested only two men ,, Now she was wondrous wine, Kirkpatrick as having carried' fire- W W. Bulsden L. A. )Davis) ,V. J. .. II. ']
And fond of home ties,
at Essen and one at Duesseldorf in very and she further testified Mc- person (; C. While G. A. Collins
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and a hut made of palmetto palms The biggest I shippers are, Truhy & arms eo. ,
So when Joe came along one day
the past twenty-four hours and these Koin had twice fired1 hill in I D. I I'. L. I D. Green; Thomas
lit big enough for a person to en- Thomas J. M. Truby F. I,. Turner gun an Carpenter/ ,
: lie found Nell had such a winningway
and T. S. Williams were for minor offenses. effort to intimidate her parents as Williams, J. R. Davis C. I.. Hodgus,
The taking over of the custom by she being kidnapped. John Uglow J6hn H. Powell Paul E.
was "
The hut occupied Saturday' Florida II
,; was That strawberry growing In The old, old question was asked in the
the French is the'most severe economic
the officers believe, for fresh is The five alleged members of the Knight C. A. Knight Gvo. W. Me.
'I trtit. has reached huge proportions old, old ,
from the blow attempted since they have en- way mob who were identified by witnessesat Arthur J. E. )Duugherty, Edward:
,;,; eks were found \Reading! seen by the following news item of tered the-Ruhr. M. Filippi, the French But, with all the new variations.And .
thu heading will also face Burns J. C. Hoover F. C. Hoover J.
half of mile open I
to place a a
a
1 entrance the current number of the Plant City
as Nell tired of all flirtationsShe
: :'farther' into the swamp where thestrange chief of the Ruhr customs avers that was death penalties if aonvicted, accord- E.: Corponing K. B. Alvarez J. M.

: cooked his meals. Courier: the defections of the personnel of the answered with a smile, ing to assistant District Attorney Alvarez, J. L. 'Simmons! F. C. Ifollingawortb .
a
man Solid trains are now being .
express That she might consider himafterawhile.
German functionaries amount to only
f ,i-:On a limb of a bamboo tree the run from Plant City by both railroadsto I j, Guion. He declared the state would Morris Leviton Floyd
of silk socks. A about 40 per cent; these were ImmedIately -( ask the extreme punishment for Green J. C. Robinson G. K. Lewis
found pair The
I p1, cers a move the strawberry crop. and work proceeded The days passed but Joe's ardor never
replaced convicted of R. F. Demorest E. K. J.
; of lard was found lodged in the sends every man participatingin ferryman
'Pail Atlantic Coast Line an engine I waned
hough of a tree a few feet from where and crew here from Lakeland at noon. normally. .The Germans declare that I I And by faithful his any part of the fatal kidnapping. \v. Andrews, Sr., J, W. Andrews Jr., f
more than 70 per cent of their customs perseverance which culminatedIn : D. .E; F.
the Lose were found. A water glass The switches the Atlantic of last August\ 24, E. W. Huy.-s, Knight A.
engine his point he gained.So .
J ,ulnd'a shaving brush were found ten Coast Line here in the after staff walked out and Insist that I the brutal murder of Daniel and Scott (Ben Holtzendorf .E. M. Davis, ,,
yards
now from Lawtey's garden of roses -
the French will not be able to handle
Richards. William Stern, D. J. Cox, R. A.I
The where
further place
['jht away. noon and makes up a "berry special"which he brings to
collections.Mrs. I you
fires also dis- Captain Skipwith tho kLan ruler Green, N. I D. Wainwright W. T.
\ ;}ttw man built his was leaves Plant City about six A lovely bride who for a happy life i
identified A. Z. .F. 1"'. -
fifovered. Lake although but us n nv-nihet Weeks Adkins Stump -
\ o'clock and makes connection in has our wishes true.
But the officers did not find the M. J. Burnsed and son Ed Mr' of the mob will also face a rmirdar Alvin Buck, O. L. Beusley H. H. j
nl land with an express and time freight Baisden.I I Love her cherish her as we have done
and Mrs. Paul Geo. .
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cooking utensils. Neither did they there for Jacksonville Baisden j I trial according to Guion. ThiP state Young, G. M. Innmn J. Colley T. fN.
( 1nTri groceries besides the lard. train made up Mrs. Geneva McCabe and Miss Irma For a rarer, sweeter flower your" will attempt to link the klan chieftain : Kendrick J. F. Kickliter, W. E.
; any and known as No. 210. town could! never have won.
: found a track leading from that Air Line Stilley of Jacksonville are here on I to the crime by a chain of circumstantial Middleton, S. A. Bryan C. A. "Futch '
j" /They The Seaboard runs a spe- account of the serious illpess of Mrs. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Biggs
the evidence Attorney- G. M. Sistrurik Silas Kite Silus R.
through
: iJpot to a creek winding cial berry train on the heaviest ship 1 ..
!' swamp where the man apparently so4zrrsl ping days from this city to Jacksonville Ina Jones. and Miss Iris Epperson, served anelt'gant General A. V. Coco already/ ban announced Johns' D. C. Jones.
ice course, the favor on each
his Intention of
water. This path I aaUinjr a
I his drinking all connections made.
\ where are '
W Asses the creek and disappears ovI The A. C. L. train gets tho berries to BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN plate being a boutonniere of sweet murder l indictment Against the cy- KK( :( KNT: LAND/ :SALES
YEOMEN ORGANIZED IN STARKK and fern.
peas clops...
!er ridge. 'Lakeland hours earlier than -
1\ a : six they included Mesdames W.
The
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guests
Woman (in the Case train No. (i. M. Inman him lately sold to1..
:.. arrive on regular passenger y
The Brotherhood of American Yoo- E. Torode, Elfie Miner Will Edward; ,
I ; Now here is where the woman ap. 82. This enables them to make con- JOHN JUIFFIS CONVICTED (ti' Knox the former Schwab place just
men organized in Starke last Thurs- Louis H. (Hill, C. Y. Mayo Ernest;
in the case. Over the ridge nection with 210. Before the express HOOTI.K:(;(;iNi( ON: SAll'HIlAYIhi'rtl ; west of the Hornnby place on till ,
ittl day evening with a membership off Wells. Geo. A. Anderson and J. T.
: hj officers picked up the same tracks trains were put on, the berry cars thirty-two new members. I !Moore of Lawtey; Mesdumes A, W. I Kingtdey) lake road. This is an excellent J

followed them down into a clearing were handled on the regular passen- State Manager A. M. Rcamus and Anderson O. I. Hi-Haley A. Z. Adkin.-i Trial I Resulted In Tine of $250:; I pluco for trucking or /general
::,{nrhre they suddenly! came to the trains. farming but Mr. Knox I hi a careful -
ger and Cost Sin Month very ,
District Manager E. L. Reamcs were E.: M. Johns, Edward Burns J. M. or
1',-W man's shoe tracks. The woman evitbwtly buyer and did not del'Ida on it before .
food present and the meeting was a great'success. i Mitchell, F. L. Turner E. K. Perry-
with
> comes to that spot he hud examined what the Eutt\:
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out. BIG LAND DEAL man, L. A. Davis Geo. C. White C. The case, state VH John Griffin, .
'm the man, the officers doped Coast! and South Florida) hud to offer.
\ The officers elected Florence Powell D. E. liquor
following were K. Hoover charged with selling intoxicating -
(,filler tracks end there. She returns Mr. and Mrs. Knox are well
the same way and disappears in the Robert F. Demorest has bought of and installed: ] Knight J. C. Hoover J. C. Robinson, was tried for the third. time in pleased with their purchase and have

leading; into Mayport from the Godwin & Harrell Lawtey naval S. E. Rich, Honorable Foeman. :, Vlviretto Lewis T. J. Griffin N. T. the court of County Judge R. A. Ureen moved there.L. .

Byroad''_n. The mans track follow the stores operators 4,400 acres of land I G. II. Bennett Master of Ceremon- Ritch J. H. Bitch N. Sternberg F'. Saturday. The jury was this time F. Smith has bought the former
in between Lawtey and Kingsley F' Stump Nellu Hughes L. G. PowellW. composed of the following I gentlemen:
,ridge again and leads to the hut lying leaE. R. R. I'revatt place on the Thvrensa
.laich he spends the nights. 1 lake, mostly in Clay county. Mr. ', W. Hayes, Correspondent. I E. Middleton J. O. Ilaynen A. H. L. Brow'nlec J. C. Robinson, Ellis road a short distance from Starka. t

Two fishermen Jiving" at Mayport Demorest is going to have the land Barney McRae Master of Accounts. Price Misses Amelia Ray Florence Wilson C. C. Starling, A. Sullivan
Mr. Smith and wife are' living in town
.'fjiappened onto the hut the other day fenced although it will require many F. L. Turner Chaplain. I Matthews, Annie Darby, Mabel WeI- and G. M. Inman. After deliberationthey temporarily while the residence on
R. A. Newsom Overseer. I ler Kate Struth Olive Ray Eva Pow returned verdict of Defendant
3 ',rbile hunting. They reported their miles of wire to do so. j a guilty their new purchase can be enlarged
'find to Justice Gavagan. Then a ne- This land besides being well tim- :Mrs, E. W. Hayes Lady Rowena. : ell, Cassie White Ail en Alvarez, wan sentenced to pay a fine and repaired. Mr. Smith was for-

9 fro railroad\ track laborer hurried in- bered and being an excellent turpentine Mil Ray Newsom, Lady Rebecca. Clara; Mae Shepard Iris Epperson of $250 and costs or in default to a merly the southern of the

t*"' Mayport Saturday with this yarn: proposition also possesses good I' G. Hemingway Watchman.I' Audrey Johns, Ethel Griffin Margaret term In the county jail for,six month E. A Strout Farm Agency manager and should

\MT saw' a white man hiding behind soil of several kinds, from the deep J (;. Boyd Sentinel.F. i Long Madg Middleton, Josephine Griffis through his attorney moved for know H desirable location when he 'r"
F. Stump Guard. and Hulda Brinson Elma Robinette trial, but it was denied by the
l the highest pointy alluvial suitable for cane, corn and a new
::1 palmetto tree on sees it. The Cad that he bought here
, otthe, sand dune evidently watching strawberries to elevated ridges ideal The Brotherhood of American Yeomen Mrs. J. R. Garcia of Philadelphia court. lIe will appeal the case in cir- Is a good advertisement for this sec \}
is a fraternal life insurance as- Mrs. J. L. Briggt of Jacksonville. cuit court.
The .
pp.hle walking on the beach. for peach trees and early vegetables.The tion and another feather in Mr. In- ,
...Mgro walked towards him and he ran tract is watered by spring sociation issuing legal reserve insurance -' The case of Solomon and Rosle I>ct- man's e...

vlTfc* negro climbed to the top of the branches and would prove unsurpassed to men and women on equal bas CARD THANKS Sue, charged with having a still and cup. I

i sand dune only to see the man hiding fol'a stock farm. is. This is the third Homestead organized '' We thank mir many friend for their liquor in their possession was nolle

bdhiad a stump.c In Florida and it is expected kind services rendered us during our pressed on motion by the state and Dock Harvey, popular and well I'

t l'\ n. man, when seeing the negro, swamp. The became to be one of the leading fraternal or- recent bereavement of a daughter and the accused were thus saved from known comedian, is again home and :" ,

._sled on his hands and feet for ten ed at the mans peculiar actions and ders of the city. J i i sister. scraping'pine' trees to the tune of shaking hands with his many friends: .5 I
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I PACE TWO' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1923

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COMMUNICATION FROM MAYOR' 'Iin reach of sewer mains. ; f! served to draw all German parties j'|pearance of the walk] should. abolish ![''desired, and at as favorable pn,

+ PEEK I I It is equally important, inorder, to more closely together and has result- 1 i the cow. quality considered, as the north.

have a clean town and preserve the 1 ed in a unification, it is said, which j i L. II. Partridge I firms. Patronize home industry u' ,

I think it right to call attention of |tt! health of our citizens, that all other could have heed!< gained in no other help .to develop your community .

t th. citizens of Starke to our town's I I privies within the town and suburbs 1TSIi way. Chancellor Cuno >s determined[ FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT BOARD suite.

present health condition |,I not sanitary should be made sanitaryIf 1 in his stand that Germany shall pay -

I When the Hon. Ceo. W. Simon, another ordinance is necessary to BO further reparations to France as a I The adjourned meeting of the Florida The public is requested by the 0-

( I t, i i Jr., chief sanitary engineer of the enforce this it should be passed (t 1 result of the unwarranted invasion. j' Development Board writ be held] at ida development board to withh

I : I! Ute board of health, .inspected this is a conceded fact that unsanitary toil l TURKISH I The French report they have received 1405 I j>I ;) Consolidated Building Jacksonjville patronage from all itinerant pi

city in March 192., he reported In closets entail more disease than .. information that than 20- :j unless
any w VIRGINIA i more Florida, on February 6, at ten Kraphen, they can *b'>"s>

:,I' / part a* follows: ''| other one cause. BURLEY 000 employee of the Stinnes Gelsen- ''I: a. m., as per adjournment taken at i I ifriKP to operate in Florida. Re;'

\ "The sewerage system of Starke,I Disease is transmitted direct from t-irchen work have been organized', the annual meeting held on December are being received that a numb r

,:," 1, installed during the latter part of I I' such closets by flies, mosquitoes and along linea similar to the Italian fas-I,. 5th. I photographers from northern '

J 1915 serves the town area ai a whole other insects, and by the wind, into cisti, with commandoes and legions j i I are tiavphng through; the state .i,
| The services offered the Florida
by !
a but unfortunately many properties our homes. The air we breathe ,', ready to oppose the occupational au- '' in*( r.tf.itives of persona and .

+ra accessible to it have never seen fit tor' I;J I poisoned by invisible disease!! Iorerm"I thorities with force if so ordered. The De'-c. pment Board tp ohambe c /f I II logs wit t the promise that the p'
1 in effect !
commerce helping to -
connect. Judging from indication i!,I originating in such cloaet It is economy 1i. feport that the German government !I organization will be mailed] to parties ]later (I'
r the town officials have never cared to or strengthen present organizations -]I
to sickness and disease
prevent contemplating the reintroduction ,
,,' was |I ida has a number of very pron'
in counties and communities
fully realize the benefits of their investment I
j -much cheaper to prevent than to of compulsory military service which view and portrait photographer! w
has been a\aied! of the businessmen '
y? 61q ; consequently, have never suffer all the cost and evil effect ;I is forbidden in the treaty of Versail-!! '| by pay taxes: and patronize home m
+ enforced property owners to make the in> Madison county. R. J. Blank ]
JI Sanitary fly proof privies endorsedby lei has been
officially denied by the
chants and should be .
r they given
connection A.I'RCAH'! TOIACCO toi I secretary of the Lake City and Co-I
I necessary sewerage the state board of health are man Tuno cabinet. |: business.refttrras .
At a result of this negligence there ufactured and can be bought and installed 'lnmbia County chamber of commerce I
--- --- '
.. are at least fifty properties in Starker cheaply. t) El'IWI'E TOTTERS I 'represented the board in effecting or- ,

'' (actual county 1923 make it 101)) adjacent Yours for cleanliness and good I j i THE STREET COW"To (lga/izitio> of the Madison county ur-- ''Iste.-4 c tn7 .ea

;+ af+, .to the sewer system that are health. All Nations Face thao alii Result I the Editor: I chamber of commerce at Madison on i iI I vitality wh.otrsr br artrytn* ana

not connected herewlth." e 1 January 1Kb, with officers elected to rich Ing, tb. blood. You:c. noa fo.I A'Stru ",
C. L. PEEK of French Move ; I I
'I i{ In newly settled communities stock "...,.. ivUanttaa\ ClWtPrice: ate
I
4 I He then sets forth the wording of serve until early in April when permanent -
'Mayor. ,
| is always permitted to graze at large. -
an ordinance requiring sewer connec- | organization will be complet-
The economic warfare now raging .This requires everyoneio fence their No Worms In a neaithy Child
'. tlons in the city of e'-:ke.I I HICOOKEKUrooker I ed. The outlying communities were i
in the Ruhr district of Germany between (crops to protect them from damage. A children troubled with Worm have ear ,
lIe proceeds, "There Is no logical I | well represented at the meeting and
I indicate blood. ,
tleothrcoior.whkh
the French and Belgians on | As population increases laws or or- poor an
reason why every property accessible I (rthe organization starts with hearty I rule, there" u more ..I I e.. tomacb dlrtur
Feb. 2Dr. King of Lake one side and the G ermans on the other -I dinances require stock owners to con- I GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC !liv,,,
to a newer line is not connected. Such i! support of the people in the county. I
j
''
/ I j Butler was here Friday. threatens to plunge Europe into fine their stock. lolly for twoor three weeks wU eDITh tk,'
$' r'' a lack of community interest does not j' A few other organization have requested improve the dlitoetlon. j R. A. Weeks spent the first part of chaos, according to British observers, The question for to decide is .
r speak well for the future sanitation J us service and dates are now be Toole to the whole ""'01. Nature wl
; the wtek in Jacksonville. I II l wbo are following the French attemptto I whether Starke has advanced far throw ofTrr/ dbor"h.W'Of'm..andl>"Cblldw! ,
v
e. of the city The council should take j; flrg arranged for their meetings. tatrrfxhealth.. Pteawnt ___e.-eec p-rh
Mr. and Airs. W. Crews the force the collection of reparations
the initiative in this health protection ;,I are enough to pass from the first to the I -

i proud parents of a daughter, born from Germany with the greatest in- second condition. Of course :
p measure at once. j I everyone A dealer in Christmas cards has rei -

V Speaking of unsanitary closets hei; Saturday, Jan. 27th. terest. lis| entitled to their own opinion but i i ported to the Florida development cracked
j Mrs. It. A. Weeks and children Lips
( says: "There are in Starke inside asj I were British officials assert that every it seems to me that this time arrived i board that during the third week In
I
visitors to Worthington Sunday af- and ?
j j card the French and Belgians have sore
well as outside the sewerage district, peo-ple j January an average of three salesmen -

v.t' about 150 to 200 open unsanitary i| ternoon. played has been a losing one, pointing than cows in our city and great- i per day from northern printing MENTHOLATUM
Ij | Mr. and MM. M. P. (
Matheny
1. privies, exposed to flies, insects, animals spent out that the results thus far est good of the greatest number demand i i firms called to solicit orders for delivery ,

and thickens, a filthy condition i business.Dr.Friday .afternoon in Gainesville on have been purely negative the only it. The roaming cow and a of printed matter next winter. A L quickly healsthem.

>. which must be improved. The council I benefit being to Great Britian in increased cement sidewalk never seemed to me : number of Florida printing firms can .
Bishop, of Alachua, made A call
should take immediate_steps to elimi- I here !last coal orders from Germany. to belong on the same sAeet. The ap- turn out most any kind of printing
one day week.
I
I II
nate every unsanitary privy in Starke Intimations by Italy that England
'
Mrs. (,. B. 1
Colson has been ill
.
p r and replace it with either sewerage I very should act as mediator in the repara- - -- --- -- ----: -- -
::
for the I .
few with
pant days attack
an -
.S j jiti L; connection or a sanitary privy." i of influenza. tions dispute have met with little

} In 1915 the legislature of Florida favor in Great Britain.

{ saw the wisdom of having all, privies .Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Wednesday France is seizing state mines coke, Alachua
j and Thursday in Alachua. County's Foremost Center-
sanitary and they passed the following ovens, forests, and banks arresting Shopping = =
Little Juanita Barefoot has
been ill
state privy law. This means clear- I German officials, collecting customs,

ly that there of law fur the past few days. and increasing. her area of occupied
6'7 ; are a great many I Our
Mrs. L. K. fiainey Shop Through Mail\ Order
spent Tuesday Department.
)i ; violators in Starke. i territory. The Germany! are following ,
with
relatives at LaCrosse.
An act amending sections of chapter out a program of noncooperation I
J. S. Howard and I
daughter Annie
l 6805! laws of Florida, act of 1915 and passive resistance which is I
of Dukes, attended service here
; *5 iS e entitled, vAn act making. it a misdemeanor on greatly hampering the French Strikesare r

; ', to keep or maintain surface Sunday. increasing in seriousness, and the fQu''j I I
J. S, Fornyth, was a visitor to LaCrosse ,
closets or privies used for the deposit Monday afternoon. rail situation is critical. I 11iv. -

of humanxcreta\'; within the incorporated l The financial situation in the 'Ruhr SerVice
R. K. Foxworth spent several days
t'' town, which are not fly proof of is causing great 'apprehension and
last
week
I visiting relatives in Jack- GAINESVILLE-.rrLORIDA
in construction and are not in conformity the possibility that France may issue

1 y' with plans recommended antI ap- sonville. a standard currency to replace the
The friends here of B. F. Ita-
!
proved by the State board of health, many I mark is causing considerable! un-
zen who wa injured in an automobile Largest Stock of Ladies'
_R and prescribing a penalty for the vio- accident at 1'alatka easiness to Berlin, for it is realized Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and

t tion/ of the provisions of this act," Tuesday, are gladto |I that, should such a thing; happen Ger- -

Ly! Be it enacted by the legislature of and learn that he his is condition improving.Is not Mr.serious Hazen many never could pass the mark as Notions in Central Florida.COMMERCIAL.

the state of Florida_ the official form of currency in that ,
is employed in Starke by the S. .A. L.
See 1. That section 1 of chapter district: The French have 'obtained
railway and it is thought he will
..689, laws of Florida, acts of 1915, be soon nearly 100,000,000 marks by their
be able to his duties I
rat 4 resume there as
amended as follows: seizures of the Mayence, Duesseldorf
.
operator.II.
k Sec. 1. That any person, firm or Bingen, and Dortmund branches of
R. Brown spent Monday at the
,j' corporation keeping or maintaining the rcichsbank.
county seat.
surface closets and privies used for The refusal of German workers to JOB
L % Mr. and Mrs. Claude Butler and
the deposit of human excreta within aid in the mining/ of coal and the moving -
children, of Dukes attended .
services
;,v incorporated limits, unincorporated here of trains is not only serious for

4 towns, fiuburbs and thickly settled Sunday I' the French, but affects the workers
Mrs. D. W. Hazen and
daughter
PRINTINGCARDS
i communities which are not fly proof themselves as well, as they have thus
Eunice spent Monday at Starke
with
t'
in construction and are not in conr thrown themselves out of work at a
her lion, B. F. Hazen.
d formity with plans recommended or Mrs time when prices are steadily mounting
W. E. Pinholster of
Jacksonville
approved tTy the state board of health I as a result of the occupation.
r spent last week here with her ,
hall be guilty of a misdemeanor and Strikes were called in virtually all of .

L ,u upon conviction thereof shall be punished mother Mrs. Mrs. Emily Abbott. I. the principal-owned mines!< as soon as ,"

rt'r by a fine not exceeding ten dollars. Luther Gillyard ii very ill this their officials! refusing to cooperateby I
> week with an attack of bronchitis.T. .
i orders Berlin, were arrested
j C. Hazen from
r See 2. All laws or parts of laws spent Monday after- by the French.It ,
in Starke. .
noon
t in conflict with the provisions of this ... -
G. W. Andrews"ofNew is reported that only about ten ,
y River
was '
I act are hereby repealed. per cent of the trains are running and /
a viator to our town Sunday.Col. ,
1'N '
Sec. 3, This act shall -take effect these are manned by French crews. v t
and -D. I
Mrs. E, ;
Knight, of
2'
upon its passage and approval by the Engineers and firemen are being! '
POSTERS
Starke, were visitors to. oar town last \ -
governor, or upon its becoming a law ( rushed to the Ruhr from France to .
Thursday afternoon.
w without such approval. avoid if I >, ,
possible, a complete tie-up ENVELOPES
9 Remember B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening ; .
Approved May 5, 1915.
of the trans-portatlon system. The '
7:30.: Program will be carried '
ConclusionsPublic Berlin has forbidden the '"
f out by government BILL HEADS
: group one. : .
health is the community'sgreatest t
canal employes in the occupied territory .
ij{ J'eddislAndreu\, of New River, wan '
+ I
la filth
asxet.
Typhoid a
C here Saturday.Messrs. to tow any'coal barge s seized NOTE HEADS :
Jt might not have ,
ease dl.-I by the French or to sluices for
S. V open S
Andreu, N. E. Baxter r
< : community fur years and
and J. I.,,Shriver; were visitors to La- their passage. WINDOW CARDS
S appear. It is a preventable infection
Crease Should the stoppage of railroad service -

.. easily prevented by making sanitary Mrs.aJno.Hriday Shriver morning. continue, with the tying up of the SHIPPING TAGS ,
v I and son, Lewis,
all unsanitary privies, these potential
martial law will be declared
i j waterways, '
were visitors to Lake
fuel of infection Mr. Simons afternoon Butler Wednesday by the inter-allied Rhineland ':. LETTER HEADS "

v$, closes: by urging the town council to .
S.
S U.Y.. commission, it was said at Coblenz. .
Surrency, of Graham was
'conduct a .plrltlld| | campaign for better -
here Sunda Such a step is considered imminent.A .
s : yenroute to LaCrosse. ,
community health/and observance Inman 1Iarrlllon I suggestion for an American pro- s .
,
Worthington,
( y'y' of the state law on sanitary privies. and J.I' W. I'inhoUter, of LaCrosse, tectorate over the Ruhr is meeting ,

The city council recently took steps with favoe-in Berlin official ,
c were visitors: to our town Monday afternoon. although no e ,

to enforce the ordinance governing I step has been taken- such 'a )lr -

.' q sewer connections of all privies with- direction. -" N'"" M

by in reach of sewer mains and I am Telegraph and postal rates have 'il' a.
LOVELL IS SUCCEEDED IN OFFICE ..
j. i loW that notices have been served on BY FOSTER been trebled and the railway fares ., "Our Work is the Best" ','.; (

,'* \ j alt privy owners on Call street not doubled. It now costs 1,550 marks a ( ;;

yetconnected with sewerage. With word' to telegraph from Dues eldorf "
Will Fill Vacancy Caused by Deulh 'L."v
? in a reasonable! time notice will be to London and 900 to Paris while the ." : 'i" '
State Adjutant General; 4 .
served on all others in the town with- postal rates on a letter from Duessel- 1 .' ';:, :

marks.: Hotel ,
dorf to Paris Is 150 "
Tallahassee, Jan., :!Governor
and restaurant rates In the occupied .
OLD FOLKS NEED Hardee today appointed J. Clifford: have virtually doubled. .

... Foster to succeed the late General territory .
With more than 20 of her leading \' 4
FEEBLEIF Charles P. Lovell as adjutant general .::..
NOT BE of Florida. industrial kings of the Ruhr regionin

t Jail Mayence! the'Germans are I
Mr\ Foster held the offige for several
you ore "getting along in years" realizing that the French are in earnest '

need Bit the i days when years prior .to 1917. In 1916, in their seizure of the Ruhr, but
comer BRADFORD
and dreamto of he was re-elected to the plate, hut :
you were full of life and vItality Governor Cults refused to appoint there Is no sign of any retraction by
the Germans from the stand of passive -
Keep your blood rich and pure and him. The office Is an appointive
built with Gude's resistance they have taken. The
system up
x w your it is for the .
and will feel one, although customary
Pepto-Mangan. you prisoners and are being shown every COUNTY
stronger, younger and livelier than you candidate to enter the primary. Governor -
a s and bing shown every
5"t ; have for years. Get it today and Catts appointed General 3. B. prisoners are -
) r watch the result. ''Chrl aln. consideration by the French.
e l *
has Gude's-liquid or The invasion of the Ruhr region has
< ? r i Your Druggist
Since Mr. Foster retired from the
( tablets,as you prefix.y TELEGRAPH
office he has been connected: with

3ude'speptoangan both state and national activities. .

lie is a resident of, and was reared 666
STARKE. FLORIDA
'S at St. Augustine although at present ,

he in located in New York. I* a Prescription for Colds, Fever and

4 Tonic and Blood Enricher LaGrippe. It'* the most speedy remedy .. .

-I Be Wise-Advertise we know preventing Pneumonia.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA i
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mlWllWlll1lllDlDmtDlnmmmlJm.mammfl'l"'lHlmmmmIDlDIIIHIiQ.l Uf HIRER BOYS KILLED UY I about with contagious disease and endanger a right to commit suicide in that r

: News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ij ijr | [ I, KWI.OS10N: :;___:__OF DYNAMITE: / other people.- And adults] run if they choose to do no. That right way )it
and
50 should ln dealt with for failing can not he taken tram them.
.. tint, ,..e.n,,. .. !1011t. Kuof. (Purty of Ilo.v Scoutt-Pired; sway
or refusing to afford medical
attention The trouble is that there is already

I Live State r ews.r..rq I i Into :Sack; ---of--Djnumito- I I to children. But that i is ko.l I too union taking away the right of the
far as the State cnn or should!
individual-too ]laws and too
Wo many
-I.J::: GOOD Palm Beach, Jan. 28.=Three
4 H i'hoya; wi-ii> killed and five others were Adults have a right to accept or rl'-I much govornment. St. Petersburg ;

1 Told by Our Exchanges injured early yesterday morning, seven ject the advice of doctors; they \ I Independent.H. .
CIGARETTES '
I 8 I miles from this when
., .L'"""""" ."."""' ''''''''''''_,..................... ..., ........ _____ city, one of
"': W.'U..WWIAUW. "'UlU"IAUwtllUW\llWlllllllWl the youths fired into sticks of dynamite

,r i Reclaiming; one hundred; acres :; underclothes. : I placed for safekeeping in a HAROLD HUME Wm:P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRISON, h. 4,
t arch land hear the city which willte I(II 10 | knapsack hanging from a palmetto I II Proldnnl VlcrPr-iidunt Sea, & T r....

platted at addition is the tree. The boys were on a hiking trip.
> a new 1 It was reported on good authority I Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry
,1 st program at Eustis. that the Glen St. Mary nurseries has | The dead are:
I 1 Jjiwrence Haworth, ago 19, son of Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices
c--- from GENUINE: 'I
acquired the Dekle Land Co. CGO '
'A total of six torpedo and bombing John I In worth.Roliert Prompt Shipment
acres of land about two miles south BULL" -t
,'. lanes have arrived in Key West as a 1 1of: Chipley on which they will operatea fit Lincoln, Jr., age II, son of I' I Ask neighbor--lle know.
'
Robert Lincoln your
of the squadron which will begin Sr.
(tlpart general nursery. They have already DURHAM I, Get New Fall price list Before Buying;
.'training and drills here within, a few started clearing the land and it is \ TOBACCOof Martin! Feuss, age 11, eon of Mrs.

n ,41s. their intention to at once start the I Pearl Bosch. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer.Co, Jacksonville, Ft*,

planting of citrus trifoliata, pear, pecan the tug in question the origin of Injured
i i Seven million pounds of fish wereshipped plum, persimmon and other fruit the duck can be ascertained from the Hall Nichols, age 21. i

from Punta Gorda during 'for nursery purposes. government Orson Morgan, age/ 15, son of Mrs,I
[1052\ this amount being more than J, E. Fleming. Don't Be Fooled
'. [was shipped from any other point instate I Governor Hanlee has 'announced ''I The "S. R. 0." sign is out at 'the Thomas Mathewson, ago 17, son of II I
the according to State Shell | that the; lynching! occurring n few Hillsborough county jail! and the bqs- I Mrs. Henry C. Muthewson.
I
IJf'i'h'! Commission Hodges i days ago at, Newberry, also the race tile jr*crowded to the limit of its ca- I Lewis Hall, age 16, son of Mr. and Low Price and High Quality 4 4Don't

:lln ; ; I riot resulting in the death of several pacity. Prisoners are forced( to ,sleep Mrs. Jako Hall. | Go Together Stick toCALUMET
f Fernnndina the big ships come people at Rosewood Levy county, in corridors, in the jail chapel 1 anti! even Lawrence Clinging, ago 12, son of I I ,
.. 'A for phosphate and coal and go outoaded would be carefully investigated and in the old jail which is never used Mrs. 13. Dennett I I
i quickly and! well at the fine I probed. In a communication from except in the greatest emergency. Of All of the dead! and injured are residents I

i terminals there. A few days ago the |I Judge A. V. Long, judge of the circuit the total of 197 prisoners now in the of Palm Bench county. A

.." f. Japanese steamer Pacific Maru loaded I court in which the counties of Alach- jail, seventy-one are regular federal, The eight boys comprising the hik-
"".i\cargo j\ of 3300 tons of phosphate In ua and Levy are located, informationwas state and county prisoners. The' oth- ing party were the nucleus of n scout

aa6tk; and a half hours. The ship sailed given that the grand jury wouldbe er 126, with a single exception, are troop which they expected to organ-

t jjVifew: hours later for Copenhagen. convened for this purpose. aliens, captured at various points on ize in their neighborhood. Tho Economy BAKING POWDER '
the West Coast in the last sixty days According(! t<> the story of 12-yellr-1+
t, This week Jas. Vreeland caught the Chairman Hamilton of the board of while attempting to gain entrance Illegally old Lawrence Clinging, the only one I
"'\ largest Jewfish ever landed at Ft. I Glades county commissioners received into the United! States. of those injured able to talk tonight, Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it

\ Lauderdale. It measured seven feet ,state warrant for $25,000 Thursdayas I II the boys found the dynamite under an 'I will only mean disappointments and failures '

.t[long and in girth nearly six feet. Its u further settlement of the claim Miss Maude Brickell, reputed to be*I old house where they pitched! camp bake-day which expensive. '
'.J',: weight was 650 ounds. The fish was (j against the Royal Indemnity Company Miami's richest woman, found guilty I, last night They took out several of I on are

landed with a hand line, regular 30-36 I' ,insurers of the county deposits in the Dade county criminal.court of I the sticks with the intention of tak- j Calumet is Grade
High Baking
tet. Two hours were required' to in the First Bank of Moore Haven. record Tuesday on a charge of usury! ing them home to use in blasting out i a

land'. him. I j $10,000 had been received at an earlier was denied a new trial Wednesday stumps on their farms, hanging the I Powder, Moderate in Price _
\ date and the comptroller advises I and. was given the maximum fine of balance in the palmetto tree.
Several residents of North Gaines- that $15,000, covering the balance of $100. Motion for appeal to the circuit I Early this morning, young Cling- j r
'vi1le were surprised by seeing a fine I the policy will be forwarded in a few court was granted. Miss Brickellwas ing said, as the boys were sitting When you use it

.. ipocimon 1 of a deer grazing beneatha days. charged with receiving a bonus of I around a camp fire, Haworth fired his ;, you never spoil any
'
.. tree a short distance from tha main $1,200 on a $5,000 loan made to the 'pistol, apparently" Clinging thought, our nnur .rarn
d.,,road to High Springs. The animal William T. Roller died in about an operator of the Pershing hoted in ,Miami [ into the air."Everything. i, C0LUMM of the expensive ingredients .

; appeared quite tame/but when a dog hour after receiving internal injuries besides charging eight per cent happened so quickly ,i used ,
;\ :rent near it, the former hastily departed when caught between two automobiles interest and accepting bills of sale on that I could not tell when the nhot t '
such flour
o for parts unknown) while walking on the Tampa valuable jewelry deposited as collat- went. All I knew If I saw' red." ,, as sugar,

'.I 'I road at' Plant City Wednuud.iy morning eral for the note, also with taking a Some time ]later Hall Nichols\. although eggs and milk.
Jeff ,Sharum, a promoter, and Geo'l I / It is said that he had started to chattel mortgage on an automobile.A ( desperately' injured, made his.
;VT. Neville, cashier of the climb upon the rear of a truck loaded l way three miles. down a sandy rond to pf fl The sale of Cafumetis
",' Uunnellon were placed on trial in fed- with oranges when a Hudson comingon I masked band forced two young a Hettli'liH-nt and notified the boys'familicn. ;> g111NGPD 2H times much
I us
:
f
.ral court on an indictment charging behind the orange truck skidded men, accompanied by two high schoolgirls Doctors and ambulances. '"
ahem with operating through the'wails into the truck.and jammed him in between to return to their homes, when were Immediately rushed to the scene :I MIn r -: as that of any other

'': a scheme to defraud Herman I the two cars. I they'parked in aft automobile along. Today all of the boys with tha ex- brand.

JMendelbnum, 73, of New York City, side a highway leading into Pensaco- ceptlon of Thomas Mathewxon, are BEST BY TEST

''ff 25000. The supreme court has affirmed the la Sunday night, according to reports resting easily. Mathewson, accord.(I I ..
_, judgment/ of the circuit court for Vo- About a dozen hooded men surprised ing to tho hospital physicians, is. serioutdy THE WORLD'S: GREATEST BAKING POWDER
Albert Williams, negro, 40, was lusia county, the..plaintiff in error being the couples by appearing sudenly hurt. The other boys' injuries :,
{burned to death at West Farm, a tur- convicted of murder of Alberta
from behind some bushes near the au- are no thought to be serious.' i 4

|j cntlne place six miles east of.Madi. ,Augusta, and sentenced to.be hanged.An tomobile and ordering the driver to -. I .. --.-.-.._- --- ..- ..- .-. .. --- ----- .- .. .
He subject to epilepsy and i feature of the that '" --- -- --- -
|eon. was unusual case is take the girls home. The driver 1'e. Invisible Asset. I
.. tin thought that he was seized with I the plaintiff?, in error was also convicted sented at first, it was said, but was Shi-"So you are vngagod to Miss!
.all attack and fell into the fire in they of the murder of another woman told that if he did not drive the\cirls Bagga, Tut sure 1 cuu't see anything I ,
; fire phtce. He lived alone in the little I I and was sentenced to be hanged for I II home members of the masked band attractive about that i vonmn." He- rt.I
house in the quarters. The house I that,offense also. The latter case is II would. Ho complied with the re : "Neither can I seu it; but It's In the ...
.\\i was not burned other than tho floor. I now pending in the supreme court on quest. bank, nil, rip'1*."ItoMtou. TruryicrlvU I

writ of error. I 'I
a THE DOCTOR'S AUTHORITY I
,U According to word reaching TamI -- t I JURIED PAINED MAN \
i ffipa from Tallahassee, the state road W. It. Pickles, 74, was shot and kill- I II I
'*'department, has net aside $250,000 for ed Monday afternoon near Madisonby Patient Complained of Suffering Until Would! St. Petersburg. doctors agree I

;. Hillaborough county to aid this count S. Linsley] a middle-aged white Arm Dug up Straightened:; that it is desirable to have a law requiring TRUCK CHASSIS
( ( in constructing paved highways. man, who moved to this county a few an adult to strictly follow the
;lr\ [The action followed a visit to the cap. years ago from Georgia/ and bought Yielding to persistent pleading of advice of his physician ? It is not at j+ 4*

'S;, I ital, made by the local board! of 'coun- some land from Mr. Pickles and set- Lloyd Latham, u''patient in a hospital all likely that nny' one of the local !
commissioners. tled there. The two had had trouble physicians woufil:! advocate the passage I
ty men at Fredericksburg, Va., who com-
.' of such an act by the legislature | New Price
over the land, land lines and timber plained that his amputated arm pain-
,Subsisting on beer alone for 11 days rights for some time and only ed1' him, the authorities exhumed and of Florida or the city commission of I ,
three picked by the liner last Linsley endeavored to St. Petersburg. .Yet-such a suggca-1
-i men were up Saturday reburied Lathams arm, which ,had
El Occident 225 miles off the coast of have.Pickles placed under, peace bond i been severed close to the shoulder bya tion has been made by one of those 1 I I
North Carolina. The Florida for of Dec. 26 persons who think that anything can
men, an alleged occurrence I saw at a mill in Culpepper coun-
fishermen, said they were taking liquor but the peace bond was not requiredby ty. a be accomplished by merely passing al|

from the Bahamas to Cuba when the court. Latham had been rushed to the hospital law.A.
Philadelphia Jut-tor/ asserts that
their gasoline gave out. They were after first-aid treatment. ImMediately -
friends the Florida marked duck is during a recent epidemic of measles"a 380.
turned over to Qn Killing a an exper- after regaining consciousness -
ct>ast and the liquor thrown over ience which, fell to Lewis Allen recently he began to complain of pain number of adults afflicted with th I
board. the Ocklocknee river. Afterhe disease practically commlttted suicide"by \1
on similar to what he would have felt if
downed his fowl Mr. Allen discovered retuning! to obey the directions of 4
had his arm,was still a part of his body,
Some fishermen found the body of that it bore on a metallic tag but cramped or bent in an unnatural their physicians, and he seems to
an unknown stranger in Lake Eustl around one of !its legs the number position. think that the State should do some-
thing to require adults to do what j
Saturday afternoon. It vise a :white 207788. This was accompanied by a Efforts were made to relieve his
man and apparently nearly 60 years request to notify the biological survey 'mind, but he pleaded so hard and the doctor( tells them. F. O. B.
of age and from the condition of the at Washington. It appears that complained so copstantly of steadily Few physicians' anywhere will subscribe DETROIT .
body had been in the water for a wild ducks are caught and numberedin increasing pain that it was decidedto to this. Of course, the StateIs r

.week or more. He was.dressed in a this way in order to enable the gov- dig up the severed arm. The phy- justified in }jmposing penaltiesand -
dark blue suit and the only means of ernment to 'obtain their habitat and! sicians found it in exactly the position rigid, ones-upon adults who go

identification was some initials on his the limits of,_their flight. By means Latham had described. The arm SEA OAliD TRAIN SCHEDULE

was straightened and reburied. Since I I
then Latham has made ,
complaintof
no

IF BILIOUS SICK pain., (In effect SouthboundNo. Jan 1 IT"I 1- It 5.

BRADFORD 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. 0 H ss i ;
t No. 3/10:59 a. m. > a

Bradford, Feb. 2.-.J. S. Howard No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m. I r

: and daughter, of Dukes. passed thru No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m. The Ford One-Ton Truck Chassis

TAKE NO CALOMEL our community-* Sunday enroute to NorthboundNo.
has its to reduce
ability
: Brooker 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m. proved

, Leroy and Avery Dennison, of Mid. No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. transportation costs in practically

way, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m. every line of business where thereis
No. 16, Limited, 5:55 m.
C. Andreu. p.
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Straightens You Up Better Than Mrs. W. II. IJarrell ,and' daughterwere Wannee BranchNo. a hauling problem. It is economical I

in Worthington 101 leave Stark 7:45 a. ra. efficient dependable. At
Saturday.Mrs. ,
and Doesn't
Salivating, Dangerous Calomel Upset K. Ef| Baxter returned from a No. 104 arrive Starke 8:15 p. m. the new low price will
you agreeit
Limited train No. 9 due at Starke
visit with relatives at Gainesville and
You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guarantee Kendrick. 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe- represents a value that has

. tersburg. s never before been offered in the
You're bilious! Your liver-l I.. .lu rehl You fed lazy, dizzy. snd'a11knocked a few emu under l my ppftional' How It Works. 5:45: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson commercial car field. Place your
l out. Your head In dull, your ninncy-liack guarant that each spoonful Th who order for
man Imagine* himself Indlepenslble now reasonably prompt
i liver better
U coated breath bad stomaehsour will clean jour sluggish ville.These
league ; Is, of course, the onwho ( two trains do not stop at
and bowel constipated. But don't than a lone of nasty calomel and thatIt delivery. Terms if desired.
Imagine his Ion would be Irr. Ocala and Plant City are the
like salivating calomel. It makes ;you won't make you sick Starke.
lickyoll may lore a day'. work. Doel on', Liver Tone U real liver jarnble !and he usually turn out strong only stop they make between Jack- .\
Calomel I is mercury or miickailver medicine. You'll know it next morn- lu nothing but Imagination. Buffalo sonville and Tampa., ,
necrosis i of tlie borw Ing because you will wake up feeling Zfnuu.
which I .
causes
CaJomrl; crashes into sour bile, like fine your liver will be working, your Trains No*. 7 and 8 operated from J. W. ANDREWS JK., DEALER )
dynamite, breaking It up. Tbaf when headache and di/.zine gone, your stomach --- Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 LINCOLN FORD fOKOSON_ !
you feel that awful nausea and. will lie sweet and your briweUregular. ) |leaving Hampton 11:50 p. m. and No. STARKE, FLORIDAw ,.
like Something to Wonder About.
feel
You..iII working! These .I
8:10
cramping. 8 arriving Hampton a. m.
If | the nic..t.J'IItl..t you'll be cjieerful; full of vigor and It was I'bvUia' first visit to the
want to enoy
you are through trains, St. Petersburg: to I.1
I
DirMtion.DmUon's county"What
liver and bowel cleansing! youtever are you thinking
experienced juat take a Bpooofiilnarmltia Liter Tone it entirely about?" asked her grandma TM Cincinnati, Ohio. f..
8' Ihxhon'* Liver Tone to- vegetable: therefore harmless sail can wondering," answered Phyllis "whor T. J. GRIFFIN. ,,
might.' Your druggist or dealer sell /not/ lalivAter Giv it to your children tit* cow keeps all the bottle" Agent.
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: evidently were surprised in the net drink's or light wine's relation to the I the shortliund l and type\Vrltfng[ section, BAITIST CHUKCII BULLETINThe made in the image and likeness or

r Bradford County Telegraph I I I (If dragging, down tho road the dead social evil. They have a greatly simplified from which so many rimes blossomed ape, by means of an .unbroken

__ _:-- .. -:. : .-0.- I j body of an old woman. problem with the drink factor periodically Into the ,stern, nipping aIr regular services of the church tinuity of changes iuipercepi,'
tp 't 'I\ I: "Harmon Frazier, the man, an-1 the eliminated. Whereas in the past hun- of business life. will be held on Sunday, the pastor, J. small Last Sunday night we show '
'.r44 I. Published weekly and entered as woman, who was living with him two dreds came to the refuge of our home It was o'l the second Thursday morning J. Bullen, occupying/ the pulpit morn- the* mass of contradh Lions that ea -

v /p' second class matter, at the post | miles. north of Elliott's old mill, whichi 1 us victims of the wine room or the saloon after Professor Atkinson had taken ,' ing and eveningBible school at Oi-iS: note from scientists upon the subj

: tl'e at Starke Florida. i some! seven miles northwest olI parlor seductions, today drink over Howells'She job stood that for bliss five Gumming full minutes a. ni. The airship contest is still the Next Sunday we shall consider w\
appeared.
j I Bonifav, tell conflicting stories of the cases are rarely found, and from the listening to the profcHHor's exposition center of interest in the school be- science culls the "Missing\ Link
3i S. !MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner different caliber of comic the bones from which an attempt'
r..llowinj..I'unprol/ purport: cases g un- while Professor Atkinson crew cause of the closeness of the two leadIng -
f "These two with a three-year-olj i t cler our care it would seem that the redder and redder, and stammered ships. Aviator Brownlee keeps made to build up a creature that

bw ''; PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I imbecile child of the woman were liv- I' baser forms of the monster's subtle more and more. an eye on the contestants, and insuresa nccts man with the monkey, or 1 gla. .

SUBSCRIPTION RATEd I ling' together with the mother of Frti- designs cannot be sustained without "Thill won't do, Professor l"! Miss flight void of accidents. Como and Reference will be made alII"

+' Per Year _____________________$2.00Iff' ) I zier, u decrepit old woman who could.1 '!'I the stimulus of intoxicating drink Cummings "spoke with her usual sharp see the positions of the ships on Sunday the supposed five-toed horse, wh+
not walk. They said threats to 'shoot j I "Les, something has happened, for ness. "Tills pupil made a wrong gram' morning Be out on time. which we are assured 'our pre.. i

up the house' had been made and that the whole) force of our Industrial muloguo on the liluckboard" and you I I Divine worship at 11:00: when the horse is descended. In the local pit! '

,* IXIN'T KNOCK YOUR TOWN shot! had been fired around the premises. Homo managers/ bear witness that allowed''It's-It's It -to" pats.began, the professor."It's I I I pastor will give t the third sermon in there appeared last week an art*

They became frightened and |i the old type of needy man Is no more. not according to Pitman" returned the scries on "A Great Woman." The copied from some other paper, wh .
y 1. i Jion't knock your town. If you do, decided to leave! the house, taking the There is need but need, begotten thru Miss Cummings sharply I I questions asked at the close of each was entitled "Easy to Trace Ev,

y M ,you will only wield] a boomerang that t old lady !in a box used by turpentinemen drink is practically wiped out, whereas "It's my way to allow the pupils to sermon is an indication of the way in tion,!' and which Went on to show" ,

will fly back against yourself. Your to collect 'scrape, they draggedher I formerly it was one of the most make their grams utlogues; :Miss Cum- which the congregation listens to the the horse evolved from a small n",

will he regarded an one who has been out into the woods and left her prolific causes of poverty. Our relief wings," said Professor Atkinson i discourses, and the interest taken. in toed animal about the size of a""
't ,, I soured on the world through incapacity thinly, clad and without covering. The department and labor bureau contribute "In future, professor, you will kindly them. Hear them all!
with the statement of Pr
r concluding
or AH one afflicted with chronic man says he went away to find a I' the same evidence and each phaseof follow :Mr. Pitman, retorted Miss
A splendid audience was present Barrel!, of Yale, that "man diver.<
i dimming!
ill-temper, who would find fault even place to move and to get a team and Salvation Army activity unites In "
"The test Is whether they can read last Sunday evening for the first sermon from the parent ape-stock. Dr f .1>
with JW vt.'n-if| such persons ever get when ha came' back in the morning! Extolling the prohibition low as be- i
them! I" mild the professor on the subject of "Evolution." len will show how these statetntu''
there. If you don't like your town go found her deod. neficient in its results
whose locks were
:SIN Cummings The Bible words: "Let us make man are made without an iota of
up "
f ; somewhere else, and then your steps "The old lady, whose name is Laura "Since prohibition many of the inmates auburn, was u little hasty. I "
in after likeness dence to support them and how 81'
our image, our reveal i f.
TM will, for the firnt time, perhaps, bo Frazier, was a widow of a veteranof of our industrial homes have "I have given you my Instructions," .
a truth of fundamental importance flats of the first calibre place the g ,,,t
i" t followed with blessings the Civil War, and received a pen- banking accounts. Here are just a silo said finally "If you are not satis-
4 against this truth of ;. Prof in a "Barrell" of his .>w?,
M, I, No town is perfect, but the newspapers sion which had been collected and used few figures which are representativeof !tied! Professor Atkinson, nobod.ls detaining yet Scrip- yale
ture evolution raises the The school boys and girl
monstrousand making.
' b may bo relied on to point out the I by the son, according to his statement the many which the actual facts you against your will. j
;f defcds. Yet they are careful to tell The three-yeor-oilll'hild of the would supply. In eleven out of our The class tittered at Miss Cummings impious fiction that man was are especially invited to the servo'. .

only the truth. To accuse a town of woman, unable to walk from lack of 88 institutions, 166 men have saved went out but the professor sut like a

yA :k j evils that exist only in a distorted( .I development, showed many bruises $0,880, an average of over $41 for pitted broken the man class until room the rece In desperation H. Then he, I -

: imagination( is as wrong ai to'slan- and stripes when examined and it Is each man. Not a very large nest egg He reviewed Ms position lie was ,

der an individuate "He that filches alleged that there was much discordin to be sure, but nothing* short of phe fifty, he would have difficulty In se- i GENERAL INSURANCE I

from me my good name, robs me of the group, nomenal when it is remembered that suing! another position, and he had no :
that which not enriches him, but I "Following" the gruesome discovery before prohibition these men were in uupltat" with which to open a school INMAN & RITCH I

' 4 1,. +M' i makes me poor indeed The town the matter was reported to Sheriff a state of perpetpnl destitution and of his own. I
k; iK i made up of in ivlduals. The waya Johnson and in company with Court. yt that they could not under any emergency On the other hand, his authority over FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

town enriches' itself Is by adding to Judge Bvlser proceeded to the scene keep twenty-five cents in their I Ills )pupils was gone. It was. Impossible bin I Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14
,
and
retain both file self-respect
its population. Every town worth living of the crime. A coroner's jury was pockets to Hours Every Day.

1 in wishes to get ahead, and it empanelled, which after some investigation "There are those that pronounce posit IcJII. that he I
I Worst of all lie knew now
should not be crippled in its efforts by I and evidence submitted by themselves in favor of light wine and .lutd I always cherished avery warm I STARKE, FLORIDA I

I1 I slander. Careful home-seekers elsewhere i several witnesses, returned a verdict beer. They are the 'happp medium' feeling for Miss dimming. That was! -

A may have their eyes on u certain I charging that the old lady came to folk. To them the prohibiton amendment the crowning blow-the way "she bad
town with the intention of moving of but its enforcement is lilin. lie Rut down and
+ her death through the negligence Is good turned against : (nmmlDUmmJlnl; lf. !:fr.'IlUi1Hrn'UIUI1UUlm. ism)
t '"i 4 there; but lying statements as to her" son, Harmon Frazier" lie was bat! Their cry is 'modify.' We have Indited her a note' '

its citizenship or other conditions, and I immediately placed under arrest und( nothing to fear at the hands of the FOR SALE N::

ill-natured aspersions, may cause the brought to Borrffay and lodged in thecounty out-and-out wets. They constitute a The KITCAENCopyrlklit

i intending settler to chose another locality jail. [ dismal und discrcdited' minority. The SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED |

lwt AO where such supposed evils do.. "An examination of the body of thu compromisers\ the bane that now I1'\E1\ ;

{t t I not exist. old woman failed to show any signsof threaten the nation's prohibition pol Soanowski wilt-resistant variety. Prolific, yielding 3.25 tolone. H

{ t There is probably no town anywhere foul play, and 'the supposition j' Copyrlklit mut, We.lern N.wnmiior Doloo. Boll-weevil free. Price $2.50 per bushel f. o. b;, f if!

where living conditions are that being thinly clad and weak from icy."A very large number repudiate the I fhlnk If thou touldat see Hawthorne, Florida. Cash with order. Address 3

more agreeable than in Starke. Our illness und the infirmities of old age, saloon and if it were a choice betweenthe With thy dim mortal sight

citizenship is far above the average being'more than 70 years old, she died return of the saloon and prohibl .How Are meaning shadows, dark hiding to Hunt Wee,. \ A. P.. BRANTLY COMPANY jj

.;4i of most other towns that we know of, from.exposure." lion, tfcey say they would choose pro- Truth's effort crossed and vexed BLACKSHEAR
,I l1 us certain conditions peculiar to hibition. But the menace of their po Life's purpose all perplexed; _|
a If thou couldnt .see them right p 1fiWWDWtDIDllminIllUllHllllmUIUIJIJUl1WtIl! mmlnIrn'Jltrm) CDUlrntll= ..... ,aw=
s' Starke tend to keep away all but respectable Just'received tine ladies silk drensCM. Btiion lies in the thought that light I think that they would seem all = w.

i i people. Here are no poli- Hodges. wines and beer are effectively divorced clear and wine and bright

; tics and grafts, therefore the tuxes from (the saloon and that the one -Adelaide Proctor.

4 7 are so low till it is a wonder that so COMMANDER) EVANGELINE can exist without the other. They SUITABLE DISHESA

much maintenance work can be kept BOOTH TESTIKIEI 'No Saloon-it is forever-
any, gone We will cashand
t nice sandwich usilch} the children
.
such small taxation. We have
uron but give us light wines and beers.: pay
will like and( which U easily mule Is:
clean town. We hay .
an unusually one "With whatever false reasoning] "These 'modifiers' for the most part Sand
Grape
y d<, precther fog; every 146 persons We some may delude themselves, our ex hate drunkenness. Nobody defends wiches. Butter

hi\e many institutions that tenl to periencu" with all classes of society drunkenness as a habit. The poor 12 slices of bread

make o'd! and young better but no proves thnt With the ousting of the drunkard excites universal pity and a and spread with market for

4. y, 1r fifcirblii.fr. : places or other vice reverts. saloon, nine-tenths of the drunken almost universal contempt. \yhat an grape ma rum- I prices

and we have vigilant officers who hte ness of the country disappeared" is infinite shame it Is that reasonable lade, chopped

that i.olfcintf' that can hurt the inor- the statement of Evangelmu Booth, men can be found to defend and plead '' nuts and chopped fat hogs for butchering

t ala game a foothold here. Starke is commander of the Salvation Army for the stuff that makes drunkards. ..: apples, using fourtablespoonfuls

en Ulcul place for a home for mnkmiriin "Of all welfare workers none were in But these modifiers say that three percent of
s delivered
of
tablespoonful
grape preserve one at plant
: honest living and for rearing! >'hillri"i. !- closer touch with those who were afflicted is safe. "deny it! I challengeit nuts, and two tablespoonfuls of our
a
< < \Vn. need more people and Mary with this burning thirst than Solve subjects will become noticeably chopped apples,

', could be made happy by co'un.o/ neri my faithful officers and people, and intoxicated on drink of low Pineapple Cake.-Cream one-half cup- during the next 30

', + f Therefore, if: is a double wrong to their uniform' and irrefutable testimony alcoholic content. Some can take a ful of flutter, add one-half cupful of

dw knock the town.Fortunately shows that the chief source ot: drink of much stronger proportion''! augur, one cupful milk two and one- e
1 knockers have former debaucheries is observer half cupfuls of flour, one teaspoonful of
fj what we gone. and reveal to the casual ro
,.{+ may be counted on the fingers of one "One of my principal officers, an bad effects. But,what are the farts? baking powder, one-fourth of a tea-
t c? I spoonful of salt, the whites of foureggs. days.J.
hand. Starke citizens love their town unimpeachable witness, said to me only "Science tells us that alcohol is a .
T Mix and bake !In a loaf or In two
-they have taken! much pains and a few days ago: 'In former days 1 I narcotic, habit-forming drug, the first layers, using vanilla for flavoring. S. Blitch

have gone deep into their pockets to usually hail eight or teh drunken men effect of which is to paralyze the Cover the top and sides of the cake

c make it what it is. Therefore. those in Try meetings Since prohibition 1 I i higher centers of the brain. It may with the following: Soak one-half

+ who sneer at and ridicule the town have only seen two men so conditioned -: be quite unobserved by the man him- box of gelatin, two egg whites, one- Supt. Florida State Farm, RAIFORD, FLA

will not add to their popularity. To in all my meetings throughout the. self and the surrounding\ company, half cupful of sugar, two cupfuls of .

try to correct defects is praiseworthy, country. Commander, something has but even as the microscope will dis- pineapple. If bilked In two layers

i7. ', and if the suggestions alo presented happened.' Yes, something has hap cover the bacteria that threatens the use filling whipped cream and pineapple for .

X, I in a dignified manner, they will .bo pened. The drink-sodden wretch, who health so science with its delicate and Prune Mine Pie.-Take one-half

listened to. formerly was the despair of law and acucrate instruments startlingly,; chow cupful of cooked beef one-half cupful

a; almost the despair of the Gospel, is that no person can take into his sys,. of orange Juice, one tablespoonful of Who Is Depositing

Just received a full and complete found on only rare- instances. Those Urn the small quantjty of alcohol con orange rind, four tablespoonfuls of

; ; line of ladies, misses and children's who are working for the repeal or the tained in a glass of light wine or beer sugar, one-half teaspoonful of clnna- A

7w p ti new Spring: Hats. C. L. !Hodges.UAKItAIOUH nullification of the prohibition amendment without the sign of incipient physical mon, nutmeg and cloves, a little salt. -
ask themselves Put the prunes and meat through a
should< solemnly degeneration.
1 t meat chopper. Lemon juice and rind Your-Money ?
CRIME IN HOLMES whether they are prepared again to _
are liked by some better than the orange -
their' fellowmen to this terri-
r i < COUNTYThe expose
;, : juice In this combination, and
ble temptation and peril. the prunes need n bit of acid to give! rAre
According to
'!Holmes County Advertiser, "One of my officers in Kentuckytells them flavor. ,

''t c published.; at Blountstown, in the far- of an old mountaineer who said Pittman Almond Cookies.-Take one-half

; western part of the state, printed the to him: 'Captain, six years ago\ 1 cupful of butter, cream It, add one

"k ;+:r t following in its issue of January the had no home, no possession at all. By "AMES FAGAN cupful of sugar to which onefourthof you spending all of your money ? If you
'. a cupful of almond paste has been "
1 ; ; t 18th: For years I hud been a drunkard. My rubbed' until smooth; add one-bait are the other fellow is depositing it.
l' morninjone of the most wife and children: lived in poverty. CapyrKht. usa W..l.rn Uilos.Professor' .
"Thursday N..p..p.r
cupful of milk, three cupfuls of flour, Statistics show by actual observation that six
Now I have built and paid for
o ; ; gruesome acts of crime or iml-ectllty my Atkinson of the Cummings three teaspoonfuls of baking powder,
s I ever committed in Holmes county''was home. I live in the hot summer on Business college was Ofty. and, as be one teaspoonful of salt and a few drops out of every seven persons in the United Statesare

4WD i unearthed -when a band of ....elroelll'ame my loty the river.' While this con- had always been a bachelor, the probabilities at almond extract Mix and roll out dependent on relative or charity for
y upon a man and woman, who versation was going: o'n the childrenin ( were that he always wouldbe one-halt Inch thick and cut with a \ support
yew' r neat bathing suits were taking a one. He was tall, lean earnest, doughnut cutter. Decorate wftli halves at the age of sixty-five. Will,you be one of

: Hastings! Seeds dip in the river. The mother was sitting and a crarkerjack on bookkeeping. if almonds ; sprinkle with sugar and the six dependent ones, or will you be the seventh -
+ \ in the rocking chair A first class 1I0wev,l. he was also strong on bake.
I Date De..ert.-Stuff dates with a who is independent and comfortable old
e for which Mlsg Cummings in
E 1923 Free record was playing 'Nearer, My God, shorthand reason -
Catalog and
of nuts cheese
mixture chopped ;
had asked him to take Howells'place
old said 'I ?
to Tlu'e.: The man owe
age
four
roll In and serve to> all
] "' 'I sugar
a i Write today for Hastings' new 1921 while tbat professor wan on his
it all to God and the men and wom-
+ en of God who put down the
? N It gives almost dally-th. most valuable energetic, and reported to be engaged in this great land of opportunity; one who
drink. any
r ; and useful seed book ever publish to Miss 'Cummings.Elizabeth .
ed. It contain. 100 pages, picturing "The superintendent of our slum Cummings was forty. Why has any degree of thrift and industry can live
t, and correctly describing the best and settlement work tells that
me applications she had never married was a constant I
f most: popular vegetables, flowers and comfortable and still have something .left to lay
for relief are reduced fifty per theme o>C speculation among her pupil
4 farm crops for the South.: rent. She says the majority we now -tb* feminine section ; tot Miss\ Cummings up for old age and a rainy day.
How and what to plant In your yard
and field for relieve are widows.( The families in was decidedly peacbUh. It was .a- THEM' The best is aside .
$ garden every purpose. generally agreed, however, that she way to lay something regularly i
the districts visit better fed
to- k How to beat the boll .weevil, bean we are ,
natural bad met her fate la ll w Ils. whom and systematically by depositing it in a" I
w't m f beatl and other pent Full better clothed, and better housed. An.

t' : color pictures the beet Roses, O lad-S other significant feature is the de- they! Professor all detested.Atkinson was'called "an opyrlnht., 1B>3. W..t.rn N.w.pap.r Union. good safe sound bank,,like ours, where it will
i loll and other flower How to get
chil- I
t r+ packets. of seed of beautiful flowers lease in deaths among 'young old dear," which summed him up very 'Tl. not what man do... which alt* accumulate Let us help you.
v Ai 1 free. How much send Is "required" dren. It used to. be a common thing nicely. No one.know how romantic a him, but what man would do..wnlntr. .-
n'' .plants row or acre when and how to for reports to reach us of 1>r.bieshat heart beat under his old-fashioned -.. .
: N ; ; 1 plant and ,cultivate *Wby It pays to mil fallen from lire escapes and infants waistcoat.The < .

,l i i plant good seeds and bow to get them that were smothered on account professor had been six monthsat I !
I Be Shunned.It .
) + I .. cheap or cheaper than common or such the college, and he was dreadfully Some Thing to
but not
of drunken
one
l parents,
.
Is better to be cold than -dead.
.eed..
y ordinary afraid of :Miss Cummlngs. COUNTY'BANK
reached tho last BRADFORD
d A Just write fir. this hand.om. new report has ua during The Avenue school was only one of I Sever run an automobile engine long
{ 1023 Seed Book It's a beautiful books year. three which Miss Cummings superintended I ehlncl- cl"scd door! Never use a gas
to have It "Our women's olticurs bear cater that U not fitted with an ade- '
be mighty dad rescue
,i- and you'll I :
In the town. Every Mondayand N T. RITCH. W. T. WEEKS J. II. BITCH
In your home. It Is absolutely fr... testimony to the effects of prohibition q uate vent Into on open flue. Nevero j
every Thursday morning she appeared President.. Vice President. Cashier.
''f '(Write for It today. upon the broken hearts of our city and went through the building to sleep In a room. leaving a gas
-. HASTINGS CO eater Always leave a window -
H. > streets. These experienced workers Inspecting the bookkeeping the French, burning.

yI I. Atlanta, Ca. cannot be deceived regarding strong aPatils'.h.a.l.Oprmn! !! !! .!d.!.! !!]rJmentfjjjjr: 11 open In every room occupied by !.
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VOLUME FORTY-FOUR. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1923. NUMBER TWO. r

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Mitchell's Drug Store I J. W. White & Son I DeWitt C. Jones

Starke and 4
At Starke Welcome All Their Old .aeaxa I
WITH STORE AT STARKE HAS A LARGE PATRONAGE FROM THE
Customers A* Well A. The Public With Store At Star!.. Carrie A ,
ADJOINING TERRITORY, FEATURING A FULL LINE OF HARD.
ID General-j-Betler Prepared Compl.t. Line Of Groceries, No-
Than Ever Before To Take. Care lions Kitchen Furnishings, Garden WARE. STOVES. PAINTS, HARNESS, INTERNATIONAL HAR
Of The Public-If You Happen To and Farm Seed, Absolutely Fresh! Vicinity VESTER IMPLEMENTS AND FARM SUPPLIES-MR. JONES IS AN
ABLE FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND OFFERS THE PEOPLE AUTO
Want Anything In The Drug Or Stock From The But Houie In
Sundry Line And Don't Happen To The Country, Poultry Remedies, HEARSE AND MODERN EQUIPMENT.It .

Be Going To Town Call Them Or Featuring Pratt' Baby Chick Feed,
Drop Them A Card And It Will B. A Buttermilk Feed, Cam.ron Cord is without doubt necessary! : thai have provided the very latest inven 4

Sent You By Parcel Pott-Soda Tire And Many Other Line*-A COMPILATION MADE REVEALS ENTERPRISE OF BUSINESS !MEN, an immense stock of goods be carriedby lions of the day ones that have been
Grill Very Popular. Store With A Large Patronage the hardware dealer who wishesto tried out by farmers of known reputation -
From Over The County. WHO MADE THIS ONE OF THE MOST PROGRESSIVE be successful and keep pace with and they are willing to place

This institution Is one that it SUB-DIVISIONS OF THE GREATEST STATEIN the demands, of hid customers. In ttm this line in competition with any
known far and wide not only al the THE UNION TODAY. present day of hurry, and rush the thing that in made. "

pharmacy where all pure drugs and A shopping tour of the community patron demands that his call for a The undertaking establishment i*.

chemicals are kept and gives the best would not be complete without doing! nail or a screw be given the same one of which that city and citizens 44
of service and has attained a wide business here. This is one of careful attention as though he may well be proud and reflect credit
reputation among the physicians for the leading stores of this section were buying a bill of hardware. upon the community in which it !Ie
the efficiency and care exercised in wholesale firmsas At this popular establishment located.
and is considered by I particular
the compounding of prescriptions.No one of the largest buyers in this PUBLIC' SPIRIT MARCHING TO VICTORYTHIS attention is given this fea During the course of biB business

4 matter what medicine you may part of the state and consequentlyh ture. They wiu be pleased to welcome and professional career h* has conducted {

,i \ read about in any paper, under any given the unusual advantages of. all patrons. As the store hasa many funerals in this l

name, you can get it her for they fered to merchants of this class. stock that comprises thousands of community and his services

conduct a complete department' In :Their stock is purchased in large lots SECTION IS MOST GENEROUSLY ENDOWED LIVE BUSINESS very necessary articles, it can readily have always been in great demand.

proprietary) medicines, carrying and as a result they are able to give MEN BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND FINANCIAL RESOURCES. be seen that hundreds of people are By professional work of the highest -
every description are also a featureof the public an extraordinary service in continually visiting thin store. order he has gained a name
this service. I I thigh class goods at very reasonable The stove department is one *f of leading and reliable funeral..

In professional world of this prices. the features of the store where ector wliicb.la i not confined to the

section of the state there I Ia no one .At this very modern store is carried they have a full line of stoves of city', but extend throughout the

I that stands higher than the proprietor I '.n excellent line of high grade In Accord With The Spirit Of The Times all models. These stoves have en surrounding territory. We wish U-

.. of this store. Able, careful and groceries, seeds> feeds and many them the latest fuel and labor saving compliment him.

.' accurate prescriptions are filled to I specialties and at a price that will devices and In these days ef till Superior to the vast majority of

. the letter. suit you. This establishment is one -0 high prices of fuel It behoove plumbing and! heating establishments,

Cigars, candies and stationery as lof the Urgent Blocked stores in the MOST everyone to be very careful of the surpassed by none either in general
BUSINESS INTERESTS ARE FOUND ON THE EVE OF THE
well as the long line of druggist's I community and draws trade not only kind of a stove that they buy. This excellence of work or superiority of
sundries are her. furnished the pub from the city, but from the countryfor EXTENSIVE TRADE IN THEIR CAREER. line will pay for Itself in a short materials used, this well known firm

lic with the most accommodating ser many miles around.In time In the saving In fuel. has continued Its successful career

.. vice. The proprietor is one of those I the way -of seeds the manage- In the way of paints, varnishes, because the management and assistants .

genial and whole souled personalities ment has made an exhaustive and (Copyright, 1922, by F. G. Houaeworth) and painters' supplies the stock is are among the most efficient
' who dispense good cheer on all' scientific study of modern growingand large and most complete. No matter sanitary engineers of thin part of the

occasions. all seeds are purchased with what you may desire In the way Htate. y

: The soda grill is a very popular, reference to their prolific value. of paints, you will find a most complete We are pleased to compliment the
. Rich in soil topography well watered, with transportation -
feature of the store where the purest No matter 'what problem you may picturesque stock at this store.In management and refer this establishment
facilities town and vicinity can lay claim to
unsurpassed our
: of flavors and the best of ice cream have in plant development you the way' of implements they to our reader
ia served. Other beverages of the will find the management can solve the title, "The Garden Spot of the Nation." It lies in one of the greatest

day furnished the patrons. i iI if for you. They are courteous and states in the Union, In aa fertile section. as ia out of doors anywhere on r .- t

la accord with the advances of the willing to give you all informationboth earth, and Its people are prosperous, happy and contented. The experiencesof
I times they will send you anything: on local and foreign Reed. of the pioneers who lighted civilisation's first fires in this land and who j E. L. Eaton :

I .,. desire by parcel of dollaror which they carry a complete line. hewed their) home from the primeval forests that covered the country,
post a
you The men in charge are of the have) been the subjects of continued interest to all students of American
:\ more if you call them over the I WITH OFFICES AT 205 W. MAIN ST., GAINESVILLE FEATURES
; progressive business men of the community history, through the many years that have elapsed since the landing of A
phone or write in. This store is MOST COMPLETE AND COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE IN REAL ESTATE
our forefathers.With
always willing to put their
right here at home and you can depend I I INCLUDING HOMES, FARMS, COUNTRY ESTATES
AND
"shoulder to the wheel" when the Interests the enthusiastic aid and co-operation of our citizens, industriesand
on their service. The rural HAS A LARGE LIST FROM WHICH TO MAKE
of the city and county are at business houses of this section we are sending a message of pluck, SELECTIONS-MR.
route mail and telephone and this stake. They are of the class of business enterprise and achievement. It ia our answer to the universal inquiry, I EASTON HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN THE UPBUILIDMG OF i
store form a circle that gives you men who make up the commer the persistent question that ia asked: "How is our town and vicinity I THIS SECTION OF THE STATE.
complete drug store service even to I
cial organization of every. live and doing!" ,(
the bedside. progressive American community.It Our motto is "Full Steam Ahead" and back of this motto which is I Experience and reU.bllltare- two it is worth it will pay. you to consult 5
During the course of his career In practical effect, is the solid foundation of with safety and that when It
is a pleasure for us to direct progress things count most him. Or if you have some money 1:1:
he has witnessed marvelous' advance your attention to this atore as conservation. Our county has great enthusiasm and great vision, but I.. comes to dealing in real estate; experience which :you, wish to Invest safely you ,
in science and being, keen student the important features of the COUllty' It has never in its splendid record of achievements deceived itself. To- ; In local conditions as to actual will find that he has some properties ;,
of the times, is thoroly familiar commercial etflcienev. day it faces the future not by standing still but by the inspiring spectacle value and reliability of a that are very attractive buy it

with every development. Ha of looking up and marching on, confident of power and strength of known quantity. Onwt-rs in this vicinity who If
was in the business when a druggisthad the ship of prosperity. An advancing refuses to retreat. .
great
army Without these conditions both the have not already listed will Jo well
to compound all medicines and This lection neither needs or wants trenches but a broad plain beyond /
any .
buyer and! seller are at the mercy of to list property with him a* he ]
has a wide and practical lrowlgtP.! which is the great dawn of the rising nun of prosperity, progress and I
Nick Damato the man who stands between. It has'! a number of buyers with cash ,
We desire to compliment him upon happiness. We are not alone seeking commercial success material
I I..* therefore well to consider such wanting to purchase immediately.
his eminently successful career in progress and financial solidity but a great deal more. We seek civic
'mutters carefully before entering into He Is among the prominentof
the business and professional world i beauty, safety and the bet fields for the joy of living the inspiration of
transactions the community and ban always
---- _-- With Tailoring Establishment At 141 helpfulness, the enthusiasm of an unselfish public service, and an unbounded any or agreements.In
this stand taken an active interest in the development
E. Union St., Gainesville, Ie I AidingIn and ever-increasing devotion to the public welfare. respect no man higherIn
The Standard Fertilizer Keeping Th. People Of The Again, every department of civic and social lif. bat kept step in the the estimation of the public or and progress of the commune I
is of ity. II has been liberal
Community Well Dr.ss.d a* H. ha march of confidence and progress. The homes of the county are more possessed a riper experiencethan con I
this well known tributor to the of
dealer. this
CompanyWith prosperity
A Large Patronage And F.atur.sTh. beautiful than ever; the civic helpfulness ana public spirit which have
lie devote his attention both section and haG merited this enviable -
Highest! Class of Domestic And made the county famous are more active and better organised and more to
Main St. farm and city properties and his op. position he now holds in the
Office At 123 E. Imported Woolen, Tailored To productive and more helpful than eves before.
North In Gainesville, 1* One Of Measure In The Latest Style At We have everything that other progressive American communitieshave erations are by no mean confinedto business life of this part of the

The Most Advantageous Industrie. Price That Ar. Very Reasonable and more. It has a heart; a great pulsating organism, always keep.fag town for ho his buyer from all state. People generally hove com to
Of The Community, Offering Th. -All Clothing Cut And Made In step in fact a little In advance of the sordid material march to bigger parts of the country who are lookingfor turn naturally to him in matters
Public Fertilizer At Most Reasonable .Gaineville-He Also Feature thing It Is the heart of ambition and enthusiasm that like stirring music, real estate In this communityand pertaining to real estate and wa wish

Price And Converting Much Cleaning And Pressing.The inspires and quickens the step of the rank and file. This i- one of the be has on his list some very to compliment him upon his commendable .
Wast Material into Valuabl. Pro big reasons why she today neither Boastful nor assuming false modesty fine properties in thin and other method and the success t

ducts. proclaims her achievements, bur powerful position, her respectful It.tea. If you are contemplating sellIng that he has achieved by reason

successful person, both in social elf-confidence, her pride in the structure that she has created In "The your place and wish to get what thereof.

It ia especially fitting and properin and business life ia one that gives Garden Spot of the Nation" armed. as she haa been with a great faith t

these day when the government is more than casual attention to personal I., e strong arm and a vision both clear and true. ,

i urging conservation of our resources, appearance, Thla I.i th. day And this is not an idle question. Today it stands on the solid rock

especially .those formerly considered and age of tailored clothes and UM of conservative progress perhaps stronger than any other community in Otto F. StockWITH
waste material, that we direct your person who wishes to amount to anything '- this section of the United States. Our financial institutions! have been .
.. attention to a concern that is devoted in the world must be well dre.ed. .- pillar of strength and confidence with a clean record from top to bottom

entirely to this important work. Hence in this vicinity the well through the smashing blows of financial depression and war. Can any WITH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT AT 104 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.,
Among the successful industries of dressed person i Ia one who watches the 'section in the United States surpass our record GAINESVILLE FEATURES A MOST COMPLETE SERVICE IN
this section of the state which hold stock of this popular tailor and has In reviewing the business firms in this edition we desire to Impress TAILORING. PRESSING AND DRY CLEANING AND HAS A
prominent attention in the business clothing tailored to the Individual upon the public that they are s'rlctly in accord with the times and are LARGE PATRONAGE OVER THE SURROUNDING TERRITORYA -

world is .this well known local con. measure. What difference there (j getting back to normalcy. Business men are down to the rock bottom in CALL AT THIS PLACE WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT. HE
eern. between having a suit mad from a prices and thus are rendering the public the most efficient service.. The TURNS OUT THE VERY BEST WORK.
business men of this community have been energetic in their efforts to
The projector of this enterprise, sock pattern and one made to your
.. ., who i* well and favorably known in individual, measure and to fit your give the public the benefit of low price and did not wait for the price to I. When a tailor' (Is' able to satisfy of'men for whom they do this class

.'A.I' .. this section, believe that this section own figure. reach the bottom but have anticipated conditions and placed their stocksat the most exacting demand of all of work that Include almost everyman t
"\4;'. offered an ideal place for the location Then again this man know how to the disposal of the people at remarkable redaction. I classes of people, then It most be In town who carea anything at

.. ." of such an industry and that their measure you and how to make your In reading the "Normalcy Edition" we wish to direct your specialattention acknowledged that h* baa reached an all about his personal appearance.
'if" vindicated i i. evidenced to the news article concerning the various business, professional enviable in his trade. Suchis
; judgment has been clothes after he ha taken yon mea position Their pressing of garments
'. by the well merited success sure. It i Ia one thing to go to a tailor and manufacturing conce.rs.e. These have been written by competent the case with thin shop, operatedby Is always correctly done and prompt.
; that ha* crowned their well directed who know his business. and quite another newspaper men who have endeavored In preparing the articles to I one of the prominent. tailors ly called for and delivered.The .
efforts. The locations so near us of, thing to go to one that turj. Impress upon the minds of the readers the value of the service and goods of this section of the state. People of dry cleaning system used not

this industry haa been of considerable' out work no better If not worse, offered in the county. No man has written an article about himself or every claim have found that clothe only clean your clothes, but thor-
wish(
f benefit to the tillers of the soil in this' than the ready-made. Ho ha a reputation Ills business, and we to urge that you read these carefully. from this store are satisfactory. In oughly renovates them in the most li
vicinity for they have found that thiscompany of being one of the best While the publisher is of a rather philanthropic nature, the expenseof every particular, and mad -of tb. sanitary manner It also turns thorn
this edition has f-n the business
mostly paid by and firms whose
assisted in the increase of merchant tailor in this section of the men host of materials. The most exclusive out in the most approved' styles without I
: names a* Ink and all material used in the production of the
food production by furnishing the state and when you order from him appear paper I patterns and mixture can be the disagreeable odor that accompanies
edition the to adopt rather
I)... people with an excellent line of commercial you can do so with the confidence t'on..se compel sane publisher a semiphilanthropfeNAME found In their complete lines, and If the work of so many cleanIng -

: .' ...' fertilizers a fact which en that your suit or overcoat will fit you I you prefer the most moderate priced establishments. The latest cleanIng -
titled this concern to the well merited as it should: and that the workman oJ the tasteful and approved design and renovating machinery in their
",:.' support and patronage of all in ship and material will be of the highest of the season, they can be had at very plan make it possible for them to
YOUR PLACE;; -THE CUSTOM have a name and the owner will find
this section. lality and well worth th* pricethat reasonable pricess.Thru handle the most delicate fabrics and t
': This plant Is one of the most. modern he charges you for K. Th OF NAMING ESTATES,, it quite convenient to have stationery the very commendable methods turn them out so that they look like t
;./ in the. southern states. It is'' clothe made here have an individuality FARMS AND COUNTRY PLACES [I carton and tags with the name that have marked their business new. J!

I I regularly inspected by the official of and nifty appearance about IS QUITE THE VOGUE TODAY.i I of the farm printed on them. It career and the excellent: :quality ol The management and the employees '
not found on makes the place an Institution that their; materials and workmanship people who know the
the state department from whom the them that are any expert are ;"j
jai company has often received well other garment mad in this section, The naming of the estate, farm orl I will live on for yean and gives it a i they have built up a reputation business from A to Z and when they ,....
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o"r, merited praise. and give) th* wearer an appearanceof country place has become quite popu- glamour of history: that brings better that" extend turnout this section, advise you about anything In this line '
-:' ;.. I Th* management I* most progriv ***- thrift and prosperity. ar. It gives a beautiful estate cast prices for the product, the owner amore i tad which add to the volume of their you can depend upon what they say. ti:

c' and prominent in the business We wish to compliment him upon to; give it an individual name that prominent position In society business each season.A They are prominent business people ; ..'
world of the community and w* wishto the excellent servic and ever growing bespeaks its environment The farm, II and other advantages that can only I .specialty- mad of cleaning and among our most valued citisena
compliment them. patronage. country place and ranch should all be learned by trying It. :tadi*' garment and they have a list '"

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORDIA. __ __ __. 4

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--- -- -- Marinello Beauty
CAVE::: TIGER WORTH HUNTING Davis Insurance

Gainesville Auto Supply Co. --

Ip I Sport Ham Clement of Neal' Danger With Offices At St rk. Conducts On. 113 E. Main St., North, Features A Complete Beauty Culture Service,

r Sine the Gunner Has Little Of The Leading Insurance Office Including Facial And Scalp Massage, Manicure Hair Dressing Hair

I t" ? WITH STORE AT 236 E. MAIN ST., SOUTH IN GAINESVILLE IS Chance to Retreat In Th. Community, Rendering A Work, Full Line Of Toilet Preparations And Acc..ori.a-An Institu
ACCESSORIES
{ THE HOME OP GOODRICH TIRES A FULL LINE OF Moil Comprehensive Service And lion That Is Keeping' Many Ladies Of The Surrounding Territory Good
SAT- and the
"SERVICE THAT rtie best caves for hunting
MOTTO ISt .
Francis Waugh An Able Student
VULCANIZING-THEIR Miss
s Of
w AND Clientele Froi The Direction
PLACE THE NEXT TIME inly ones the marl like to explorn have Enjoying A Large Looking-Under
UP TO THEIR
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ISFIES"-JUST MOTOR out one opening the same for entrance All Surrounding CountryTheInsure Of The Marinello M.thod.-PhoD. 269.

IN GAINESVILLE. and, exit. These opening lead Everything Under The Sun

through bottle-necked burrows to the From Your Life To Your Auto In j This modern hair pressing parlor is lor Is spreading far and wide over

v Thi'a ut this section of the .tut* and they are assisting the motorist I raves below. To hunt the cave tiger Million Dollar Companies-Und. one of the institutions that is bringing this section of the state. She is an

"i this ]"'nee is known as one establishment in the conservation of rubber and you must rrawl In tunnels oa all fours with through rifle In The Direction Of J. R. Davis, Or. happiness to many of the ladies excellent judge of the types of women

t where high-grade tires, tires by affording them opportunityfor I band these winding nod guided; lthe flush of Of The Most Efficient UDd.rwrUereID of this section of the state and has and can tell yo'I how your hair

accessories and supplies are sold securing many miles from tires torched earned by the hunters, one of Florida -Has Been In Businei been most successful. should be dressed to make you most

f .t exceedingly low prices, and hund- which would otherwise be discarded whom ,goes ahead. You may worm Since 18S6.Representing. This lady operates an establishment tractive.
reds of motorists have marvelled at In keeping with their progressive yourself along through: the tunnel In that renders a most complete In the line of toilet preparationsand
the wonderful and efficient service policy you will find this rnnnner ten twenty, even fifty as it does some of the culture featuring accessories she carries the famous -
service il'beauty
offered. that this firm handles only such vardInto. the hillside, your path so largest, strongest and most popular \ manicuring, Marinello lines and enjoys
facial and scalp massage,
,, l r 1 Let it be said right hero that when brands as have proven to be the best narrow at times thnt you between are compelled the companies in the country, it is nC't hair dressing in all the latest a large patronage in this department.

it cornea to auto accessories and supplies on the market at the price and back rocks. to At squeeze length yourself you Hen a black surprising: that this well known Insurance styles and according to the most These are sold to customers at prices

"they have it." They have not of each tire is a guarantee. They .speck abendWhen this Is lit uP. office is operated by ir r.pproved methods. She has madean that are most reasonable.In .

ty only met till demands but they have carry in stock tires for any make or by the torches a cave open Into view, surance experts, and enjoys a larg extensive study of the work from making this review of the soc

anticipated! the needs of thu future model of automobile. I and- then If luky you will !nee! a tiger patronage in the insurance business a scientific standpoint and keeps ial and business life of this part of

and whatever the motorist find he The manager known. thin business crouched( ( agilnst: the opposite roes ui the community, But the unuuutu ': thoroughly up-to-the-minute in meth- the country we are glad to compli-!
must secure In from the ground up and through his 1 nail within ten or fifteen feet his vces that this inm-runco! office ha
hove or the latest establishment its
r4 would like to ods of operation as well as r.ient this upon
and efficient activity him I white whiskers hrldlMiivt In n snarl 01
orojfri'ssivo to
\ ,athieMid H due in a large measure
and supplies
the way of accessories torches styles of the period. A most completely odorn methods, extensive patronage
j triage friends. as well ttt> many : -ujje ns he blinks at the bright the rely
r,, you can rest assured he will find it many 1 It the' tiger the fact that it appreciates appointed establishment lends and reasonable prices and to refer it
through narrower yps.
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this establishment
for l
here. Standard lines they carry patrons I Is at home your work Is simple and and necessity of real, magnanimou comfort to the patrons while they are to ail\ of our readers when in need of
which the man of experience: In mot- In making this review we ores glad you are not bothered by choice of actlon. 'TVILO
ordom demands.The to compliment them upon the position Retreat Is 1 Impossible 1 and yon began operations iu the county it b.u possible. As u consequence the and allied lines.
1 tire repair and vulcanizing their enterprise occupies in the in, have but one thing on hand : to kill been at the aervico' of its patrons at reputation of thU hair dressing. par-

+' department has long been headnuar duitrlal world of this section of the the tiger.A ai times, willing! and a/ixioua to gin
tore for motorists of this section country and to assure the public' thai religious festival was ahsnrblng'all 'ai," information desired and asaurin
the Interests of Ken-al on my ar -----
as here they will always get courteous all that no obligation was incurred -
and scientific equipment persons
Proper rival and the little temple of the village ''
well os expert tire men and vulcan- treatment and high grade goods. where /guests usually put up was merely by the asking of quettions. BANK OF STARKE
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v'' Izers has been responsible! for tbj: being used for Joss pidgin, so I was Courtesy and accommodatioihave
quartered In an ordinary house, writes been the bywords of its pro-

-- William Lord !Smith!\ In Scrlbner's. Tal- tress: and he hundreds of clients wh IS KNOWN AS "THE BANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE" AND OFFERS
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-- -- -- koff promptly engaged: seven hunters have consulted and pu-eliaaeJ) insuiarce THE PEOPLE A MOST COMPREHENSIVE BANKING SERVICE

t and though at first sight they appeared at !this cIBce are-entbuslaatlc,for FEATURING GENERAL BANKING AND EVERY ACCOMMODATIONFOR

Seminole Seed Company ?e be only good-natnred and I this commendable policy which has THE PUBLIC, INCLUDING A CHRISTMAS CLUB-UNDER
anenthuftlafltlc! they were better conditioned
than ,their comrades and the aver been increasing the patronag: DIRECTION OF E. S. MATTHEWS, PRESIDENT, AND GEO. C.
r)1
_ 1 establishment. CASHIER ABLE BANKERS WHO HAVE AIDED IN THE
skill i if this WHITE
CA1NES- for
EXTENSIVE WAREHOUSES AT 300 E. UNION ST., older ones bore a reputation
WITH RETAIL SEED AND FEED and bravery. There can be no question but tha UPBUILDING OF BRADFORD COUNTY.
THE LEADING
L't ;;, VILLE IS ONE OF with apear Is the and vhc-i insui
SECTION SHIPPING TO ALL PARTS OF THE IDoch man was equipped this day age
OF THIS
FIRMS PRODUCTS ARE VERY POPULAR HERE AT and torch. The spear Is armed arce is one of a essential necessities I It may truly be said mac a review is not what makes it such a reliable
ifs COUNTRY-THEIR with three Iron the ..
strong prongs mJividual. Thi
HAVE BROUGHT ABOUT A GREAT INCREASE IN of every of the county would not be complote institution, but rather the fact that
AND Inches
HOME IS apartThis
outer points being I'
PRODUCTION ON ACCOUNT OF THE PURITY OF THE PRODUCTS trident Is fitted firmly on the end office offers its patrons the acme without extended re'erence to an in- its affairs are In the hands of able

CATALOGUE WILL BE MAILED TO ANYONE ADDRESSING A of a stout pole three feet long. The not only of insurance experts, but of stiution which has been a potent financiers who have always adheredto

CARD TO THEM-FEEDS FOR LIVE STOCK HORSES AND POUL- torch which Is even a greater protection companies that enjoy enviable repn factor in the financial, agricultural the great cardinal laws governing -
TRY. than the spear Is made from a tatlons throughout the country. Any and industrial development of the banking and finance.

slender piece of bamboo longer than one who does not at present have life county for years. It was a legitimate Every item of business Is given the ''Ii

the spear, so that the lighted end insurance will do well to consult will outgrowth of the needs of the most careful attention and the dealings '

This is the day and age when it is scientific production of seeds that project. well beyond" the trident when thorn and learn the advantages am people for adequate banking facilities. of the' smallest patron receive
duty of man to are pure, tested and reliable. the torch and spear are held together the extremely low rates. its the careful considerationas
of
1' the patriotic every In the Lands of a hunter. The smaller From the day opening up same
see that he rpts a maximum, rutut : They carry a complete line of high end of the bamboo shoot la gashed I They sell fire, accident, compensation to tho present time it has been noted the business of the wealthiest citizen '

from every acre of hill land, and inv grade! feeds. This includes not only with a knife and old rags, woven In explosion, plate glass, storm' for its sound and conservative management :; or the largest corporation. It

l. cIder to do .ii:* it is necessary that the local feeds but the imported feeds arid out among the splinters. When.1. liability, steam boiler and all othe I commanding at all times is one of those institutions that lend

J he use: modern and scientific methods.. which have been tested and found this wad Is soaked with linseed oil It forms of insurance that pertains to I the confidence of capitalists, businessmen commercial and financial prestige te

; This firm has provided a line of the superior from a scientific standpoint. Is ready for the match. Five of these the conduct of an up-to-date agency and people generally, holding a the community, 'which is fortunatein

: latest and most scientific seeds and This well known firm has a reputation torches. light up a cave sufficiently In charge is one of the prominen high rank in the banking circles of having this well known institution

bulbs fur the people of the country along this line that extends make well for a formidable shooting, and barrier with In spear the residents of the county who alway the state; the example in manage- in its midst and we wish to compliment -

and these are offered at throughout the entire communityand hands of determined men which tbe has at heart the best interest of his ment set by the older bankers has the management on their success

prices so reasonable as to increase the people from every point tiger will seldom charge unless home community.. He has become< been maintained! through tho flow of in giving us a financial ins ita-

food reduction in this part of tbs of the compass depend upon the advice wounded. well known for fair and straightforward passing years. tion of Its character.We .

country. information and counsel of the -- 'L methods of doing busioes One of the special features is the : are pleased to compliment this

With the advances of the times proprietors of this place and have Their Cholc and has added greatly to the growth! interest department where they paya institution upon its extensive resources

greater precaution Is taken with found that srecU bought at this place The children were going to hare a ij\d\ prosperity of the community by; liberal interest on accounts.' This the personell of its officers

'c y s every branch of life. The man&fac- have resulted in a Treat increase in stepfather announcement Mother and hud wax Just waIting made the to increasing the commercial and pro bank has left nothing undone in Its the personal l service rendered, its

turer farmer doctor, the scientist production as well as a marked im- hear their opinions of her choice. Nine fesaional. efficiency of the county. effort to encourage thrift and make standing in the financial circles of

ie and in fact in every field of research provement in quality in the field yenr-old Ruth's came/ Brut "But, banking easy for its patrons. the nation and that it renders one of

the latest of scientific method are of all kinds of seeds. As a mother, he humi't any haIr" she protWHttHl. It is organized; under the laws of the most comprehensive: banking services .

.. brought) into play to make for efficiency consequence their reputation as ex- 1.1I10lhpr. Hlsiui Dobo. the gtate: of Florida and under in the country.
''I and advancement, Thin Is perts in this line bas spread far and xmlled. She had 'een afraid WAS dead as the! iloilu.. Is u ..nuiiiorL'XpnxHlou ) the supervision of the state, but this s

j ," equally true of the seed business und wide over this part of the state and they might offer worse one than thin but few know whut manner 1 .
of bird the dodo Will orvli &i
"But own didn't have !
your datyly
4 the modern firm in this line must bone people RO to this place for many miler much," she mulled. drove It from the face of the. t-urUi. '

of advanced ideas regarding to do their trading. For a minute Ruth was silenced, The dodo wan a large bird with s

but she was thinking. "I know, mother huge beulc' and useless little wings. GEORGE M. INMAN
she "but Portuguese! and Dutch sailors! found Uan
'"" '--- ---- --- -- admitted you were /
young when you chose htm. Now yon the l Island of Mauritius In the Indian _
SM* BBBaBaSB*>SBB*B B>BBmaB BBB>BB>

: The Thomas Undertaking Co. ought know: more to be and a better It.does chooser.seem like" yon tury. ocean It was during so stupid the Sixteenth that the Portuguese ces WITH OFFICES AT STARKE IS ONE OF THE ABLEST REAL ES-

;i; named It "doudo," slmpll.'toLPip STATE MEN IN FLORIDA. OFFERING A MOST COMPREHENSIVE

Find Indian Bones In ....'on.. Introduced Into tbe Island by the SERVICE, BEING AN ATTORNEY AND AUCTIONEER-HE REP-

k'fr., WITH UNDERTAKING AND MONUMENT ESTABLISHMENT AT Worker on tbe tennis court 3f Mai Europeans: destroyed Us eggs and RESENTS THE STROUT FARM AGENCY AND TOOK FIRST HONORS '

GAINESVILLE OFFERS THE PUBLIC THE MOST COMPLETE SER. Kopp, a corset manufacturer, at Two young and It became extinct In the FOR THE MOST SALES LAST YEAR-HANDLES EXCEL !{I

t M VICE-IN THE UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT HE HAS A MOST Hundred and Fifty-sixth street and Seventeenth century. LENT LINE OF INSURANCE. e'

Yl COMPLETE AND MODERN EQUIPMENT AND IS RECOGNIZED ASA Palisade avenue, the Bronx found two
skulls and some additional bone recently Llen'a Immense Strength. i '
g ,(i PROFESSIONAL MAN OF UNQUESTIONED ABILITY-HAS A which were declared by Robert There la a record wblch soys that a That there is no one In this section ness in which he is engaged. ;
LINE OF MEMORIALS AND IS ABLE TO OFFER THE I that is better versed He has .
COMPLETE Stepler of the Bronx morgue t. be lion hue dragged au African buffalo of the country always evidenced a true interest
\ PEOPLE ANYTHING IN MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS probably the bone of Indians. 50 :yard A buffalo weighs at least ; in local real estate than the manager in the progress and prosperity

OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY-MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS GIV. Two skeletons were found In the three time as much as a lion. I have i of this well known office is evidenced of this part of the state and have at !

EN PROMPT ATTENTION. same locality October 29, and It Is said never had evidence of this much "pull. 1 by their great success and the volume all times given aid to every pro-

1 4 ,k ',.\ _ that the aborigines had a fishing colony tag power," but I have known of many 1 of business transacted. position that promised the bettermentof
Individual ideas. Their there and probably a burial Instances of lions dragging ebras that This office has valuable connectionsIn the borne
In all l the professions there are prices are very I community.
t ground. The bones were found I* tar and the zebras weigh nearly twice
; men who stand preeminently at the reasonable on this class of work and sandy aril-New York World. as much aa the lions ,I". Another test many parts of the country and are When this office writes a policy for
1 front because of their inherent natural nc matter whether it is a headstone of a lion's strength la his ability to in touch with people who are seeking you their service does not and there.

ability combined with a thorough that you desire or a monument of Peer Shilno.l I stand punishment I have seen a lion homes in this section and is able to They keep a record of the.policy and

+ knowledge of the profesoion in imposing size you will find their service This story of a dear old lady who which charged with seven lead bullets offer the people clients who have the notify you of any: change In tile tav.auranca 1

which they are engaged and their entirely satisfactory. was watching a match at Wimbledon from nn old rifle through; his .shoulder money and want to buy-people who laws or any other matter ,
; study each individual attainment The plant is equipped in the most la from Mrs. Lambet Chambers book and only Dually succumbed to the are seeking homes-not houses. J
to that
ability I K.Akelay would be of vital interest te>
J-Carl
bulletIn his bea
modern with complete on tennis: eighth < volume of business gives
and give it a touch that is style pneumatic The large
had boo IK .Warld'e Work.Wh.re you and your property. They: wffl not
t On player showing remarkably
and of
Such Is the position apparatus and all carving him experience and knowledge
not "Just ordinary. fln* form. Be had ".".. allow your insurance to laps without -
of these well known funeral directors tracing is thus accomplished with the values that can be secured in no
> over" all his first swrlcea for lIe"eiIIlpm notifying in time t
First Nw Yorker Lived.Aldrlcb you ample *)
and in most attiatlc channel. If thinking ofselling
in the professional world oft utmost accuracy a other you are I
_
I
when His
: -bang judgmenterred
Court, one of the lower reinsure and will keep you informedon \
this part of the nation. manner. As new improvement and the ball landed In the net'Rberei" office building of the older you should list up with him. an
+""J+' i Mr. Thomas has provided the most come out and are approved by the said the old lady "That'sthe type Broadway; coven the site of the first structure Mr.'Inman ,has some of the most matters pertaining to ;your policy -
immediately adopted first time that has felt in Florida to and it is this kind of service that
modern equipment in the undertak- trade they are very man ; erected by a white man on Manluttao attractive properties
M- ira department; is thoroughly: here and thus the work Is kept thoro- the net with the ball, and he boa had Island. A tablet to this effect offer customers including strawberry has won for the office the confidenceof

:-1.--- abreast of the time in the latest ly up-to-date. hundreds of trlesl"Reason .. la on the present building. At No. 11 ranches, pecan groves, cattle anVJ the public and has bean responsible

,q ; \ f.; ..' scientific ideas on embalming. His We wish In attempting to set forth Broadway, ,Capt. Adraln Block built stock farms and in farm lands that for their increasing number .fclients.

p 4 conduct of funerals has been the most; pertinent feature of our on- Little Edna f.r Gratitude. tour huts. This settlement preceded will raise more than one crop a year Always progressive sod
the
,F' comment of people for many miles., ward progress, to give. prominent with her aunt.was In visiting the Egyptian museum resin the Dutch colonists who In came the to new establish in one of the most fertile and fastest looking to the best interest of thai

They carry on hand at all times a mention to the modern equipment the child saw the desiccated remain a Th_ trading post building la the -growing sections of the country. community at all times this office has
world. present:
r most complete stock of the most enduring and admirable* work which has won of an ancient queen and asked what home of the United States shipping The fact that Starke will soon be become!!} one of the leading office. of
marbles and granites. Also for these well known and time tried It'was.'That 'Mard. connected with Jacksonville with a the community and a big asset to the

1.. a fine line of the finished products funeral directors the prominent position Is someone's mommy dear," first class hard road will make prop- industrial and home life of this section .

yt are kept in stock for the inspection which they have merited and replied onntle."GoodnelO..I". Cambrlo for a King. erty in this section jump in value. of the state.It .

of the public. Thus they render a to compliment them as professionaland doesn't said. took Edna like, Tea that.glad"- In 1930 a purse of gold was offered He is one of the substantial is with a feeling of pride that

l- complete service as they\ are artlets business men who are thoroly my't.n mummy Transcript in behalf of Uenry VIII of England to! and well known business men we point to this reliable progressive t

of unusual ability and can design abreast of the times. the workmen who would produce lbs of the county and is thoroughly con- man as among our prominent cit

"r i anything for you according to your king's shirts. The prtso was won by versant with every detail of the busi izens. '
the weavers of Cambral and the material
Powerful Lighthouse Beacen. was called cambric. In honor ol

The LAngarra lighthouse has one of the town In which It was made. So Haggling Habit Copper Welds Iron. '
the Pacific
the most powerful beacons on 120r *
one was the linen that there were TuU story U told of a tl:;htuad who It lice been recently discovered that
Illumination
.
__ ocean. So bright In the Straight
Unusu.it. Jury System. threads. to tbe Inch.
> more .ron be
Sunday mornIng convenl-
one and
was pre"alIed1pon may very)! firmly
only two pounds They the jury system II the wst from the lighthouse that the halibut fashion for all fine
A say the
baby' weighing; distant way It became by bis wife to:1./ '. to church. Not ntly welded by making use of copper.
and burn In a New.York word In Justice, but what chance fishermen twenty-live tulles cuffs, handkerchiefs
one ounce was underwear, co ars be busily reading: the If a piece of Iron
dllO- only was very copper on an platebe
small- would fellow have wlttt a jury like can operat la the night without be made
mho
hospital. It Is described: us a and .baby dresses to tbe collection heated '
service when In
of the an "tmoll'hel'e, of hydrogen
No. I His tenant. No. 2-His culty. A stranger: entering the lens program
this
at perfectly formed normal! baby onto : at: catiitrlc.Smeller.
when the
basket was pajaed. but copper will opreuit over the
ablaze
record. This baby's diminutive aIM landlord. No. 8-Ills Iceman. No. 4- room would soon find himself
minister announced that the congregation Iron In a thin niiu. Thus
the penetrating
No. 5-Ills cool dealer. unleus made aware of his dunxer. Sogreat
of Its pituitary HIs plumber.
U due to some peculiarity
would all\ Join In singing If the copper be melted between two
of sus'srays far a Parfume Factory
bank la the concentration
i.f tiasu No. -Ills borrowee. No. 7-His
glnml, a pe..sised lump Ills mother-in-law. a9Hls through the huge reflectors that The scant smeller la as essential I* three stanzas of Old Hundred the man pieces tif: Iron, It welds. them together
8
at the base of tl.e brain. That IsItnowl..dlte casliler. No. -
wife. time person's perfume manufacturers as the tea arose from his seat and from force of the copper Him actually working Itself
that hn* been dlmered dentist. No. 10-Ills first I In less than a minute t
w1 second wife. No. 12-Uls 'dothea become Ignited. Heavy blinds taster la to the tea merchant. The gift habit asked the minister If he wouldn'tmake In between the crystals of the Iron.
wlthlu the last few yean. (!ni' dually Jfa. 11-HIS
about that present wife's former huabsnd.-Ul'nrT have t. b e kept down during the da) >it scent" smelting Is a thousand times It the Ninety and Nine. Ills wife Blades for steam turbines are among
learning
we are than the of win hasn't urged him to go to church with the article which have been fabricated
of all machine, the hubod E. Warner Ia Richmond Tlmee-Dl te> prevent fir*,-Vancouver (B. CJ more rare gift
taaa lost Intricate/. ..&cia. Tribune lampHng. her slue.*.CoJuinbua Dispatch. j by: this, ample and novel mean.. ;I



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH_ STARKE FLORDIA. 6

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Gainesville Electric Supply Co.WITH Batey-Fleming, Co. John F. Seagle Furniture

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MODERN ELECTRICAL ESTABLISHMENT AT 227 E. MAIN WHOSE HEADQUARTERS ARE AT GAINESVILLE AND JACKSON. ,

ST., GAINESVILLE ARE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS WHO ILLE IS ONE OF THE LEADING WHOLESALE GROCERY CON. WITH STORE AT 123 W. UNION ST. AND DISPLAY ROOMS ON UNIVERSITY
HAVE AIDED IN THE MODERNIZATION OF THIS PART OF THE CERNS OF FLORIDA RENDERING A VALUED AND INDISPEN- AVE., GAINESVILLE. FEATURES A COMPLETE LINE
STATE-COMPLETE LINE OF FIXTURES. SUPPLIES AND APPLI. SIBLE SERVICE: TO THE COMMUNITY-UNDER THE DIRECTIONOF OF FURNITURE BEDDING RUGS AND LINOLEUMS AND DELIVERS f
ANCES. MEN OF WIDE EXPERIENCE IN THIS FIELD-LADIES OF THE I GOODS IN ANY PART OF THIS SECTION-ESTIMATES ON

COUNTY HAVE LEARNED TO ASK FOR THEIR BRAND OF I ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY-

This is the day of electricity. The wiring and it is well ..oriu jour, while GOODS. CONFIDENTAIL CREDIT IS A FEATURE OF THIS STORE AS

age of the coal oil lamp, the taUow t. make sure of :en..ta: ..... very best I WELL AS FREE TRUCK DELIVERY SERVICE.On .
candle and all'other terms of light by employing them.It Because of the !great volume of that success could be obtained bJ
have given place to the electricalway. has kept pace with the advance I business transacted through their furnishing goods; of quality upon a I 6

The advances made in thii made in various stylus ofllghtina extensive wholesale establishment, reasonable margin of profit. Wit (. of the important feature of This well known institution is
brunch of science have been: ao mark. fixtures of the period. It is prepared -'becausp of the up-to-date business this method in mind I It the business life of any communityis known many miles from its home

ed and have followed each other 10 to give you either the bright .or: methods of the firm and the high proceeded upon its career the outfitting of the home. In this city. It Is the rendezvous for those
swiftly that it takes much study and diffused effect. It keeps a full line quality of the products which it bandIes upon the solid foundation of respect let us direct your attention to who seek the ultimato in the harmony
research to keep up with the latest of supplies on hand at all times and this well-known concern has good values and reasonable prices.Aa this v ell known storo. and! exclusive vogue of their interior
phases of the electrical business. has at attractive commercial their trade increase( 1 and the
present some very gained for this section a When they tint started in business furnishings. And at the same time it
This well known company and the styles in direct and indirect fixtures.It prestige a- an excellent market for business flourished, ihuy expanded! they decided that the beat would be Is the "popular shopping place" for
men who direct its affairs have made is also prepared for urgent repair retailers that could be gained in no>> until now it is one of the leading none too good for their! customers those who wish to purchase substantial
quite a study of all of the problems cork, which they execute promptly ] other manner. wholesale establishments of the state and they have conducted their large quality in high grade furniture
connected with tho wiring of houses .nd satisfactorily. '! Thousand of dollars are Drought S,) evtonsive und established++ ha establishment! on this policy: ever at most attractive prices. It is al.

and general electrical business. They They operate a very complete electrical !! into this section each yenr through become their trade, tli.it! their brandof since. They are prepared to furnish ways dependable, comprehensive and
are practical men in this line, having store and hive the latest inventions the trade channels presided over by goods is known everywhere. From your lininu complete, and their stock magnanimous in its service and merits
learned the business from actual \ : in modern electrical appliances ;, this well known house and a number its urge: offices and v ircrooma mer- Inclu lei the moderate or the more enviable position in the business

work and experience. They're conversant of every description. It will I lof people aro also given employment fhu IB in this section receive; then expei.aivo designs, whichever you de- world.
with the laws of the state and pay you to look their store over the !i by this-concern. The fact that their 'I1\pola 104.Kncli sire. They can furnish Abu" a suiting Their credit terms are most liberal .
city government relative to electrical next time in town anyway as it is a trade extends over nil adjoining! department of this well! of any period and their ability to fit and you are invited to take advantage -
wiring and when the work Is completed liberal education.The 1! territory, which Is their especial field, known concern is in charge of a man you in the furniture line is only lim- of this feature of their service.

it will not only: be found perfectly management Is in the hands i things: new faces, new business and thoroughly conversant with the ited l It\ the various styles turned! out The management I II both progressive
satisfactory, but will conform to the of prominent citizens who are thoroly I added prosperity! to the city in which! xvholenaU' business conditions of the by the! American manufacturer to and efficient and among the
rules of the underwriters and will be conversant with the business and have I they are located. country>> while the management is in day. If you are contemplating the prominent business men of the community a

perfectly safe. Too much care cannot always been a booster for all things Their products will be found in the charge: of a man of wide experience furnishing of a room complete or If having been ever ready to f
f be taken with affairs of this kind, that promise public improvement. leading ktores and shops: everywhere. in (the buying world, familiar with retail It Is only one or two pieces that: you lend impetus to all movements for
as fires often result from: imperfect The story of the tucceaa of the flr.i trade conditions and this firm has want you will be able to find the public improvement.they .
is one that many tu.-iinoss men \voulj become one of the moat valued! ot right thing here.

find profitable reading.( This! firm began our commercial assets.LYRIC .

Alachua RestaurantAt its career with the firm belief .


122 W. Main; St., North, Gainesville; \ I* Headquarter For People From I THE THE Just Right Filling StationAT
The When In Gaineiville; I
Surrounding Territory -They Offer The -B..l I r
Of Food., Well Cooked And Finest Service At ''Price.. Thai Are VeryReasonable. i
124 E. MASONIC ST., GAINESVILLE, IS HEADQUARTERS FOR
:I AT 324 E. MAIN ST., SOUTH GAINESVILLE IS OF PLEASING AND GAS OIL, ACCESSORIES VULCANIZING AND BATTERY SER.
i ROMANTIC APPEARANCE WHERE THE HIGHEST CLASS OF FEATURE VICE, FEATURING THE U. S. TIRES AND EXIDE BATTERY
The social and business life of principle was well founded is proven MOST RENOWNED
I PHOTOPLAYS IS ENACTED BY THE
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. E. A. TAYLOR, WHO IS AN
this section of the state would not by the success attained. Here
ACTORS OF THE SHADOW STAGE-POPULAR PLACE FOR PEO. AUTHORITY ON THESE LINES.
be complete without this famous you will find everything pure and I PLE FROM OVER THIS SECTION OF THE STATE WHEN IN GAIN.
restaurant which is a center for partIes wholesome and deliclonsly appetizing: ESVILLE-UNDER THE DIRECTION OF S. L. CARTER.
and a meeting place of autoists The service is equally satisfactory The fact thut this service had pro have built up the business to its

because of the excellent accommodations whether your order be large or small, vided for the public, and render a present high standard. The stab
f the rare quality of the food and you will be made to feel that From the time that this pretty standard of the productions being offered complete service, makes their place lishment is equipped with all the latest -
theatre was first conducted by the at this theatre. "Tho Dome of Good Service" in
and the most excellent service. your trade is desired and appreciatedby machinery and tho fact that all
The proprietor and manager is the management. There is not a present management it has been a The theatre is attractively famIshed this section of the atata.Fuel of his helpers are vulcanizors of ability l
one who dispenses the most prodi- more attractively furnished cafe in prime favorite with tlft' people, principally tastefully decorated and oil and supplies for the auto- makes it a safe ;lace to take tire

gal hospitality and there ia nothingleft / this part of the state than this one because its pictures are high comfortable in every way being Ist are features of their very magnanimous repair work. They Rt>n tell yon hi
undone to make you feel at home and there ia no one that has attained class and the theatre is perfectly pleasing to the eye, restful to the service and are old as an instant what Is wrong, how longit

and that your presence is desired. a greater measure of popularity appointed and presents a pleasing tired nerves and Jaded panics and reasonably as any. place in this section will take to fix it, and what the
and comfortable appearance. No here amid attractive surroundingsyou of the country. probable cost will be. If It will
In traveling over the COUn- There is none in which the servlct par
better shows could possibly be given: are entranced by the excellentand
try you will find nothing in greater and cuisine are more pleasantly satis- The well-known Exlde company. you better to get a new tire they will
for the and consequently it dreamy music while the world'.
money has
profusion than restaurants. Isfactory. recognized their ability; by malting promptly tell you so.
poor enjoys the patronage of the best greatest actors of shadow stag this popular concert, their representative As regards auto accessories and
This is why it la indeed refreshing We are pleased In this review to
people of the community. All films are play the productions of the most renowned
in this territory. Theyare supplies you'will find that their service
such the the
to to an up-to-date compliment proprietor
go upon .
clean and the kind that and of contin
amuse playwrights the
the foremost is most pleasing and that they
'probably storage
establishment as this one. It is unsurpassed high character of the establishment
elevate. Add to this the fact that entn. Romance, fiction, burlesque, batteries of the and to meet de
tither In quality of food, which in rendering a much needed age are designed ale prepared your every
attractiveness of surroundings or accommodatldn and highly appreciated service to the the best of order invariably prevails travel, war drama and all Jjie, var for every purpose. especially for mand. This place is one of the institutions 1 ,,
and the causo for so many women icus phases of human life are hero
thAt makes its home
automobiles they being prepared to city a
of service. When the public, and to say that the people ,
and children attending Is easily accounted depicted not only far the entertainment
proprietor went into business, it was will always find there the delicacies equip any make or size of car. If desirable place in which to transact
I fof. They know that they of tho public, but as wcl' for business and .
need! of batteryor the fact that both visitors
in storage
with the idea that a modern restau- of the season and a pleasant host We you are a
will not be subjected to the least annoyance the education and Intellectual upli'lof
rant would be appreciated by the commend this place to all our read if you have. one Just make this eetablishment and local motorists can get the
at this theatre. Upon this the race. best of service here adds to the
local' and traveling public. That this ers. your headquarters for commercial ,
feature we wish to compliment them. In making this review of the onward this Is the official service station. : efficiency of the city.
This is a time when the operation of the county we are ;
progress The vulcanizing: department Is one We wish to compliment him upon
I Motor of a theatre, whether devoted to glad to compliment the managementupon of the most modern In this part of tl.. the metropolitan establishment the it
Ogletree Company photo-plays road productions or the good that In accruing to the
state. It is presided over most ably expertness of the work turned out and
vaudeville ia most difficult task.
a community through the progressive and has a reputation for turning out the service rendered, upon the wisdom .
rout despite heavy war taxes and the
efforts in furnishing the people wltb
AT GAINESVILLE, FLA., ARE THE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE work of class, for the reasonablenessof displayed in choosing these lines
unsettled condition of the
proJac
OVERLAND AND THE WILLYS-KNIGHT AUTOS AND HAVE ALL all that is new in the whole rang of its charges, and for getting it done and upon the lending position he

MODELS AT NORMAL PRICES-IF YOU WANT A CAR YOU houSe tion market has refused, the manager to, lower of this the human endeavor and life. when promised. Upon these lines holds in the business/ world.

SHOULD LOOK OVER THEIR LINE BEFORE MAKING A PUR-
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CHASE-THEY WILL GLADLY DEMONSTRATE ESTABLISH- .l
MENT UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. OCL$TREE. WHO IS RE.
COGNIZED AS AN ABLE AUTOMOBILE MAN. The Star Fruit and Produce Co. The Florida Bank & Trust Co. I''

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u This is one of the strictly metropolitan amazingly free from care and cost. WITH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HOUSE AT 118 W. UNIVERSITY
.institution. of the country and The gasoline mileage averages above AVE.,'GAINESVILLE. TRANSACT AN EXTENSIVE BUSINESS IN GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, IS ONE OF THE PILLARS OF '
is operated with a view to the maintenance 20 miles per gallon. Its smooth performance OVER THIS TERRITORY, AND WILL HAVE A CAR LOAD OF STRENGTH IN THE FINANCIAL CIRCLES OF THIS PART OF THE
of an establishment is a source of lasting satis FRESH FRUIT THROUGH THE TERRITORY EVERY TWO WEEKS STATE-UNDER THE DIRECTION OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS .

the equal of any in the larger cities.It faction.No -LOOK FOR THE CAR-THEY OFFER THE PUBLIC THE FIN. WHO ARE ABLE FINANCIERS AND WHO HAVE CONDUCT.
is commodiously and conveniently automobile firm in the country EST FRUITS AND PRODUCE AT MOST REASONABLE ED THE AFFAIRS OF THE INSTITUTION ACCORDING TO THE

arranged and from a scientific: stand offers its patrons a more comprehensive UNDER THE ABLE DIRECTION OF SAM KART- FIGURES-j GREAT CARDINAL LAWS GOVERNING FINANCE-SPECIAL IN-
service better than TEREST DEPARTMENT..-PAYS FOUR PERCENT ON SAVING AC. t
point 1 is designed for )he greatest nor a product VILLE PHONE 19. ,
efficiency and for satisfactory and this firm. COUNTS-TRUST DEPARTMENT MOST EFFICIENT.
The of this place insists
prompt service.' manager A business review of too county linen should have a market that Is up '
There U no more popular business that the very best attention lie givento would not be complete without mention to the standard and we are fortunatein Among the financial Institutions of good rate of interest will be paid on
house in this section than this well every patron and aa a consequence and meritorious of having such extensive dealers. this part of the state there are Indeed all deposits in the savings department
known auto establishment Thoroly people from every point of the compass prominent There small dealers but it few which can show more sub .
this firm and their extensive are many
conversant with every featnr of the 'are praising the excellent popular In the of conducting takes men who handle a large volumeof atantlal progress than this well The trust department la prepared
business In which they are engaged tt service at this popular estab operations wholesale and'way retail house business to be able to secure known local Institution. From the to execute the numerous duties of a

follows that they would enjoy a large lishment. In making thla review of I for the distribution a of fruits and pro- the best. These facts attract tradeto elate of their organization up to the modern trust company and has bees
patronage and that their establishment the onward progresa wo are pleasedto duce. the community: and make It a present time the'y have been noted very successful In the managementof

would be the renders as for an compliment this modem automobile Commendable publicity and valuable better place In which to live and transact for their sound, energetic and conservative' affairs in this department as It ..

persons interested in remand' true institution upon the very satla- advertising la given our community business. If we did not have an business, commanding in a presided over by men of ability and J
automobile values. factory service: they are giving to the this firm far and establishment of this kind much of marked degree the confidence of their standing.The .
by progressive ,
Quality counts in the automobile people and the wide popularity the wide. Their operations are of a the goods would have to be shipped depositors and the publie at large, a Individual cannot render the
business as it does in every other line. establishment has attained in the most extensive nature and add to the from other cities.In condition that Is the aim of any executive same safe and satisfactory service of
motor circles of this section of the whore keen business board.A this character the Trust Com-
The new series of Overland ia ragged commercial efficiency and attvective- charge Is a.rnan aa can
as ever economical. ever comfortable state. ness of the community as a market Judgment and wise foresight general banking business II pany organised and equipped for
as ever electric started electric In making/ this review of our progress for' fruit and produce. has been responsible for the growth transacted and money la loaned at the purpose because in each work it t'

lights demountable rims, three we are glad to refer this Aria Through the years they have been of the large business and have Increased reasonable rate on the proper col- 1 Ia responsible, expert tireless and
speed transmission all steel body and and their excellent lino of car* to the doing! business they have always been in no small measure the progress lateraL All classes of aceounta are 'deathless. It Is never tick incapacitated

baked enamel finish. 'The Overland people of this part of the state and most fair and honest In their negotiations and prosperity of this section solicited and proper treatment I* or away, it ia always impartial
Four last year assumed a position of would suggest that U would be weD and have afforded the public and wrf predict in this review that assured all, rich and poor alike. and unprejudiced.The .

leadership in advanced automobile to look them over before making with a valuable market for the products the future will see even greater They occupy most commodious direction of this valued Institution -
building and with the new Improvements final selection and pick out a they handle. It Is very important strides in the progress of the business. quarters where every modern facility Li in the hands of prominentand
this year retains its place In good one. We desire. to compM- that the producers In the various bay been provided for the expeditious well known business and financial -
the van of progress. pliment thia firm upon their activities transaction of the business of men, whose admirable and successful 4
J The WIlly -Knight sleeve-valve in the automobile world. lie people as well as accommodationof record In the conduct of 1U '"
motor improves with use. It is the officers and assistants. affairs assures a continued progress t

Byron's Curt Paper Chimney Swift and Their Glue. SAVE MONEY-we suggest that and expansion not only of the institution a
The curls which Byron, accorifntr( to I I The bird l railed, the chimney swift, tIS a means of helping to make your they head, but as well of
FREE AUTO RIDES BLAMED FOR County Juvenile authorities thru- conf(" -lon. In his newly published leitrrn. without stopping In Its flight., umiim saving efforts! successful yon choose the territory it serves.
CRIMES. out the southern and central sections was accu lome MANY YOUTHFUL of the state have prepared figures to hU numerous loves acre, not IIfttur,&-. the end of dead brunettes' and tIe e It
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show that 90 percent of all runaways as he wished! to hnv. them believed. carrloi', one by one, Into a chimney, ,
I are caused by free auto rides given Scrupe Duvles'burst luto the poet's l-lnelng them nyfilnnt the *,!lil>' until It
Don't help boy. and girls run to boys and girls by motorists. bedroom at Oxford 9m morning, and ban finished no nlrno tint, liolfllhe ---note the columns of any I
them free surprised biro with his hair. In curl I lattice crndle. Only flaring the noting b
from home by.giving It is also pointed out that motorists -
away papers. "Why." said 8rnipv "I thought spawn do certain glands. In Ite
auto rides, reads a warning posted who pick up strangers in their your hair curled| naturtillyr "Con. mouth secrete a brownish! fluid that newspaper. Are the advertising \
in California. cars are liable for heavy damages if found yon I" growler! the poet "110 It qalrkly gums and bnrdens when exposed -
Sorrow I is caused in hundreds of the stranger U injured, due to the does. I take can of Ltl..&. But that's to the air. When the basket baa firms not the leading firmsin
homes by thoughtless motorists who carelessness of the driver-and an between ourselves, mind! be added been stuck against n rhlrnney-nl'le It I
give children "lifts" along the roads accident may happen .at any time. anxiously. "Of course," said Hcrupe; looks as If It were covered with a thin .
and streets, according to Automobile sad went CIa to. tell everybody be7ulew. feat of Isinglass.. On this lattice boos their respective lines?

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t l l'' Bradford County Bank EXCELLENT INC CONSTRUCTED HIGHWAYS ALL ARE OVER BE- I The Henry Wolf Music Store

THIS PART OF THE STATE AND

_ I ", I Il THE MILEAGE IS INCREASING
Fr WITH BANKING HOUSE AT STARKE HAVE BEEN. IMPORTANT WITH THE MULTIPLICITY OF I
I" FACTOR IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY. OR. AUTOS AND TRUCKSLOCALTRANSPORTATION AT 237 E. MAIN ST., SOUTH, IS MUSICAL INSTRUMENT HEADQUARTERS FOR THE MATHUSEKAND

,'" j GANIZED BY' THE CITIZENS AND OPERATED UNDER THE AND THE BALDWIN PIANOS BRUNSWICK. PATHE AND ACTUALLE: PHONOGRAPHS AND HAVE ALL

k LAWS OF THE STATE BY ABLE FINANCIERS IT OFFERS THE SHORT HAUL IS BEING SOLVED MODELS OF THESE SUPERIOR INSTRUMENTS-THEY HAVE THE MOST COMPLETELY EQUIP.

I 'r. j PEOPLE COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE-HAVE RESOURCESOF BY THE AUTOMOTIVE IN-- PED REPAIR FACTORY SOUTH OF BALTIMORE AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE COMPLETE RE.
$695,428.I6-THEIR MOTTO ISi "WHEN YOU HAVE MONEY BUILDING OF PIANOS TAKING CARE OF MOST OF THE PIPE ORGANS IN THE STATE AND TUN.
HI."t DUSTRY.
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There is an old adage that run
Y accommodating 1
: Organized 1 by the citizens of officials are always something like this: "Necessity is the
of the wide of full value for ders the .
By reason range yon your money. people.
of ready to give information. Knowingfull "
+ community for the promotion mother of invention and this
may
quality and price it is difficult The and his associate The repair department is
very manager one of
I farming and other business interests will that thli bank is a cor- well be applied to roads and road !
which the for the uninitiated these day to select are very courteous and will be pleased the most complete in the country be-
V of this community The Bradford poration enjoys greatest improvements. It wan necessity that
I musical instrument and full to show whether desire to ing equipped practically like
a get you you a piano
confidence of the
County Bank has fulfilled the expectations community, no one caused the Romans to build a paved<
4 of its organizers by giving need hesitate in approaching this road known as the "Appian Way, value unless they are dealing purchase just\ at this time or not. factory and under the direction of
well known in business with someone in whom they have con They are thoroughly conversant with men who not only understand all the
the public a financial institution of concern a leading from the City of Rome out
r Its officers and directors have fidence. For this reason there i* a all features of the business over mechanical working of musical instruments
r the highest character. way. into the surrounding country, so the
This popular bank occupied excel won for it an enviable record for .arm products and necessities of life general satisfaction in doing busi- which" they have direction and will but who also have an ear'

lent quarter and Is prepared to square dealing and honest method could be better procured by the inhabitants ness with this admirable and efficient be pleased to take up the matter with for harmony. They are known all
house. During the time that it has They operate an institution over the south in this line and give
+ render the public complete banking and the progress that it baa made of that great city, and this you. -
been in business it has merited a that add much to the efficiencyof the best of service.
service. It Is organized under the here is testimony of their good judg. road was so well built of stone and
reputation for fair dealing. The the community trading center This store and its able .
laws of the state and is conducted by ment. cement that it is still in common use a* a management
'a : men of broad vision. They feature The interest department is one of to this day. Ever since that time management and associates know and in this edition we are pleased to and assistant represent the

M, general banking, checking and sav- the very attractive features as they the establishment, construction, improvement .' : instrument values and customers! point with pride to the great success very highest type of professional people
know when they make a price it de- I: is making in Its chosen being efficient in
ings accounts and have a Christmas pay a liberal percent encourage and maintenance of roads profession very !
I club which is very popular, especially thrift and endeavor to make saving .I in all countries have followed closelythe : notes real and true worth. Their line and assure our reader that at this lines. Service on all musical Instruments

; at thin time of year. and banking easy. increase in population and the of musical instruments has been endorsed establishment they always will receive Is an important element to be-

q Service is the aim of the officersof At the head of the Bradford County necessities of the people.In by the leaders of the world of a square deal. They>> are to considered in the purchase of aa Instrument

this bank at all times and no matter Bank are: N. T. RiUh: president; the early settlement of our music. This insure the customer of be highly complimented upon the weD and they are right her to-

what the people desire in banking W. T. Weeks, vice president; J. 11. county the roads were mere bridle getting instruments worth while merited success of the establishmentand give the very best.

accommodations it can be secured Ritch cashier. paths and the population was so and their policy of one price insures upon the valued service it ren

here if consistent with the rules of We are pleased to compliment sparse that all the necessities of the

correct banking.It them and direct our reader atton people could be transported on horse

is indeed a pleasure to transact tlon to this bank as one of the fea back. As the population increased it

'i business with such men and with inch turea of the community' finansia) next became necessary to chop out Burnett THE ClothierWITH

an Institution. The efficient and efficiency. the timber and lay out roads that

could be used by ox-teams. These

were not necessarily laid in very EXCELLENT STORE AT 118 E. UNIVERSITY AVE.. GAINESVILLE FEATURE STANDARD

J. W. ANDREWS JR. straight lines and often it was the LINES OF CLOTHING AND HAVE A LARGE TRADE FROM OVER THE ADJOINING TERRITORY-

custom to drive around a tree or PEOPLE HAVE FOUND THAT CLOTHING FROM THESE STORES IS MADE OF THE BEST OF MATERIALS .

4A stump rather than to dig it out. Later IN THE VERY LATEST OF STYLES' AND WILL CONFORM TO THE INDIVIDUAL RE-. j

as the: population still increased the QUIREMENTS-EXPERT FITTING OF ALL 'GARMENTS-HOME OF KIRSCHBAUM CLOTHES AND

1 t ox-team became too slow a methodof SNAPPY FURNISHINGS.In .
Lincoln '' -Ford. forefathers
transportation and our I
started a system of better roads to making this review we wish to of standard garments and other himself even if he wanted to, because i

t, be traveled by horse teams and at a direct your special attention to this standard goods of which the names if he did his business would l
t son faster pace. well known firm which has taken eut are household words throughout the recede as well. I

.4 I \i These dirt and gravel roads were insurance against the possibility of country. Every patron of this store This store sell standard "adver

t THE UNIVERSAL CARk destined to take care of the travel Furnishing any of Its patron. with if assured of standard quality, exclusive tised" good of known quality. And, r
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and necessities of the population of other than the very best grade of style and a price consisted therefore it i* not surprising that thi*.

_ Cars-Trucks-Tractors the; county for nearly three-quarters (roods on the market today. The public with the conditions o' the market and large establishment i i. one of the features

c _ of a century. Then in the latter part I has' come (o understand that at standard whether you buy in this of the commercial efficiency of
;t of the nineteenth century a'few years' this elltab1lshment they can not only store or in the foremost establishment this section of the country. The

I: et\ AT STARKE, FLA., IS THE AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE before 1900; the automobile made 'I secure the latest in style, but the of the world's greatest metro- management is of the progressive

\" FOR THE FORD THE FORDSON TRACTOR FORD COMMERCIAL Its appearance. At first it was used highest in quality for it handles rep- polis.The business men and among the prominent -

CAR AND LINCOLN AUTOMOBILE AND HAVE ALL MODELS AT by the wealthier class, purely as a resentative stock goods of national maker of aJvertised. trade- citizens of the county. In this '

i l' PRICES THAT DEFY ALL COMPETITION-MR. ,J. W. ANDREWS pleasure car. The automobile soon reputation and therefore their patrons marked goods must toe the quality: normalcy edition we are pleased to

{ +\ MAINTAINS A FULL LINE OF GENUINE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES passed its experimental stage and known that they can get the line. He alone Is responsible for the compliment them and to suggest to-

I" AND HAS ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE SERVICE STAT- became a means of transportation, lame quality right here that could be fit and wear of his product. He our readers that this establishment

IONS IN THIS PART. OF THE STATE. not only for pleasure but for busin secured anywhere and at the same knows it, and he knows that every- is a most dseirable panacea for the

I ... ess. During this same period the price. body else knows. He could not recede merchandising ills of the day.

; I I Demonstrated leadership not only is le to render complete service population of the United States, especially Here you will find the famous lines from the standard he has set .
the eastern section increased tr I
on the highways but in the business These are genuine Ford parts :from -

:.1. 11'11'I and automobile world was proven the manufacturer and not the cheap to such an extent that the necessary f
business could be
when this company and its sales and worthless kind that cause trouble not carried on

'. i agents throughout the country reduced by not being accurate.In without a more rapid means of trans- Weaver's Steam LaundryAT

prices. Then there came the Lincoln we see the life work portatlon than the horse vehicle. I
other reductions and with the and This established the automobile a* a
1 now culminating genius or in fact the
7 I final price making they set'' a spirit of Leland himself. necessity and also made it necessaryto
\ pace It is the
W. UNIVERSITY IS ONE OF THE LEADING
I' construct of road with 702 AVE.. GAINESVILLE LAUNDRIES IN THIS PART
for other auto companies to follow. embodiment of all that is a type a
I good and OF THE STATE AND HAS A LARGE BUSINESS IN ALL THE ADJOINING TOWNS-THEY TURN
hard for the benefit
t i: w ,The Ford products including theM classy in automotive building: Designed surface not only
\1 of the automobile but also for the OUT THE VERY BEST CLASS OF WORK AND GIVE THE MOST COURTEOUS SERVICE-MR. J. F.
"\' touring car, the closed car! the roadster and! built at a period( of auto of ,farm to KICKLITER IS THE AGENT FOR THE WEAVER STEAM LAUNDRY IN STARKE AND GIVES THE
;.l' the commercial and the famous Industry when much of the experimenting transportation produce BEST 'SERVICE.
the cities and town.. 1 I
Fordcon! tractor have proven their Is over it has none of the

t, worth by ,years of continuous use. deficiencies of the infant age of the With the rapid motorization of of, Cleaning clothe id not only tak- free from-all- germ and dirt. satisfactorily by the up-to-date laun-

I The public does not continue to purchase auto, but all its good qualities.In this part of the state many types I ing out the dirt but also consists, of This laundry I II equipped with the dry which is now turning the molt:
roads have been built including cement
Ii year after year products that making this review of the on- turning out a clean smooth garment, latest modern machinery installedin excellent,work at the most reason
macadam
tarvia crushed stone
i are not value received. These pro ward progress of the county we wishto which one would be proud to wear an up-to-date and well-lighted fan able prices.If .
asphalt, etc. We are not championing -
,' ducts have answered the test of time compliment him upon the efficiencyof the of I New machinery and sanitary methods tory. It makes a specialty of family you have never sent,. our fam-
and their popularity has placed his! service the straightforward. cause any particular I are necessary to 'wash comfort into washings and many housewives are ily washings to this laundry, Just
road but are proud of the fact that
; I them far in the van of progress.'j' ness' of his dealings and the wonderful clothes' and this laundry surpassesall now marveling at their wonderful call them up over the phone and the
hardsurfaced roads are fast taking
In the way of parts you will find value of the products he chose others. While the old fashioned results. One of the rules of the auto delivery wagon will come and
the of the roads of the olden
that he has every part for all the to offer the public of this section of place method of dumping a bunch of laundry is to make satisfactory any- get your laundry and deliver it en

:.1 card, trucks and tractors and thus the county. days. % I laundry into a tub and swishing it thing that does not please and this time.
Good roads for the
;I are necessary around a few times in a few gallon arrangement is a most satisfactory In this review, embracing a* It does
solving of the fast growing transportation -
I I ef'water doped up with some wash- one in this day of rush and hurry. the most salient feature of our onward

Comer L. problems'of the day. The ing powder may suit some of the less The worry and dread of wash-day: progress, we wish to compliment
Peek &, Son
IJ short haul must be made by motor
t. 'I particular'''patronll. this' popular Institution U not necessary to those who have them upon the very valuable
both for and the
**r ,* "**"* speed economy
thoroughly cleanses your tried their method. Many have service they are rendering tile local
roads must be in fine condition for
linen by the latest sanitary method found that their family washing people. ,
t: WITH OFFICES IN STARKE HAVE GREATLY AIDED IN THE SET- the social and business life of the
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and returns them to you fresh and can be done cheaper and much more
:\ TLEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PART OF FLORIDA people> and we are proud to say that

HAVING BEEN IN THE REAL ESTATE BUSINESS HERE SINCE the people of this section are enthusiastic -

t 1884-THEY TRANSACT A GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESSTHE in the development, of good ..
N FIRM CONSISTS OF CAPTAIN JULIAN L. PEEK OF CO. roads and wide hl hwaYI. works well. The engine should run

C. 1S4 INFANTRY. AND COMER L. PEEK ONE OF THE PION- at a temperature around 170-180 Consumers Lumber Co. }
e EERS OF THE STATE. I degrees Fahr. By,the above means
X: I is reached and
this temperature soon -
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i do not. have to keep the choke
j There is no one office that baal of large tracts of lands in counties of THE WINTRY DAYS AND you

I aided more in the development of Bradford, Baker, Clay Union and YOU WILL GET THE BEST OF out engine waste by taking gasoline the oil and from injure aroundthe the WITH YARDS AT STARKE CONDUCT A VERY EXTENSIVE BUSI- s,

1'k 1 land in this part of the state than this Alachua, they are in position sup- NESS AND HAVE AIDED IN THE UPBUILDING THE COMMUN-
SERVICE FROM YOUR AUTO- pistons. There is no longer need \
;,, one. It is important to'the onward ,ply almost any class of Florida soil. ITY-FURNISHING THE PEOPLE WITH A SERVICE IN SHER-
for the I of pasteboard on the I
.' progress of the community that we By their extensive correspondence MANY WAYS OF PROCEDURENEW piece WIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL THATIS t'l

..A 1' have men who take the initiative inlaying and publicity they are daily advertising DEVICES ARE AIDINGIN lower part of the radiator as you can UNSURPASSED-CARRYING ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS /

-y r out of subdivisions and the the name and fame of the city THE KEEPING OF TRANSPORTATION get very reasonably a permanent con- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION TO BE FOUND IN THIS PART OF

1 building of towns. Pioneers in this and county'all over the country alone ON THE MOVE. trol. FLORIDA-THEY WILL BE CLAD TO ASSIST. YOU .IN MAKING UP

rep- $lf'i''r' work blaze the way for prosperous of the best residential. sections of YOUR LUMBER BILLS. 4 4r

life 1 + I: ,II and wide awake towns. In fact they the state. 'Much Harm Done DY Smoke '

.' ,. I.' are virtually the founders of many Mr. Comer L. Peek and Son are It way sound an extreme statement I Ir
but there Is reason to think that asmokeless
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? 1 communities. most progressive business men who The problem of keeping the auto atmosphere' would do more With a vision of a greater city and will be of the. highest grade consistent

'? f. This firm sells unimproved( farm always take an 'active Interest In good running order during the to rid us of our diseases than soy other community always in mind this with the price.

lands and stock ranches, turpentine In the progress and development of winter months has been the problemthat conceivable means of prevention.We popular firm which operates one of Lumber, lath shingles '.
; and timber leases residence lots in the home community, being ready motorist of the day has should In summer have a dally the largest lumber establishments in doors windows and all other :,
Starke (owning considerable prop- and willing at all times to lend personal every Hushing of our streets and house with this section of the state has become demands
,:, tad to meet. With the Increasing the great antiseptic and even In winter \ of the builder are furnished
,.", In Addition and reek assistance to all propositions important factor in the development ,
erty Temple demands of travel and transportation the unfiltered rays would "keep *n by this progresaiv.1rr. By purchasing )
Addition: ) and water-front lots on that promise public Improvement.In and the building of roads that are down the ...ermlo"blch threaten us. of this county. While it has to advantage when the market ia

shore of Kingsley: Lake (Peek Sub- making this review of the onward passable all the year round it is necessary We cannot make our winters warmer ever been their object to obtain a fair right and employing only tile most "'

division on West Side and Peek &: progress of the community we are to use the car all year. .Each than they are but we can moat emphatically and honest profit from their extensive experienced help they are able to offer

Ynrbrouirh Subdivision on North Side pleased to compliment them and to season the number of people that put secure the services of "na dealings In lumber and building this high grade of goods'at prices l\

1- tip wilch will be put on the market dur refer this establishment to all of our their'cars in for winter is decreasing. ture e gamekeeper"of to bacterial prevent the annual materials the' guiding influence of so reasonable as to'encourage the

ing this year.) Representing owners readers. Some of the late cars are equippedwith overgrowth pests. this company has always been the determination beautiflcatlon and extension of home '1

d _. ___-- .- -, --. water thermostats that automatically to furnish the highest and enterprises.
f'k ? shut off the water when Early Impre..lone.ne grade of goods at prices so reasonable There are no more public spirited I
Classy DreiMre m 1778. Sulphur Peculiarity. little, or almost Insensible Impression that the extension and fceantiflcatlon
'l citizens in the
f the down. community than the
The following was the uniform lorI Yellow sulphur melt on heating. but temperature goes This on our tender Infancies bar of the city and county could I'
I the officers/ of the.corps, by order of U the heating Is couUnueJ and the opens and starts the circulation very Important and lusting consequence Management of this weD known establishment
t' the "Murlne Oon.m'tvee.! dated September temperature Increased the molteu mast again. This may be so adjusted! with *; and there It Is a* In the fountains progress rapidly and .In .great leaps and In making this review

fl, 1770- "A green: coat faced hardens and becomes sollj, melts; shutters on a car so that it works in of some rivers, where a gentle and bounds. of the onward progress of this
with white round cuff, slashed sleeve again and Is Dually converted Into al conjunction with them. Some of the application of the blind turns the flexible There is no establishment in the section of the state we wish to compliment .1

and pocket, with button round the gas. This peculiar behavior of sulphur can of the day'' are equipped with water Into channels that make county that has a greater toluene them 'and to direct: your attention
cuff, skirt turned back, buttons to Is of the greatest significance from as)I shutters that are controlled from the them take quite contrary course; and for the better upon the building in to this establishment aa one
suit the faplnr*; white walstoont and Industrial and technical standpoint by tale. little direction, given' them *tOrst dustry. Contractors have com to of the reliable business institutions
breeches edged with gretu. black It has made It possible to mine It under In the source they: receive different know whatever
that they desire' in
gaiter and garters." The order also the most uonnual circumstances a 1 radiator, tendencies, au-T arrive at last at of the community which ha added to
their business can be secured from
stated that green shirts were ordered feat which would under other conditions very remote and distant pleces.Locke. .- the development and progress. of this
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-. years.A Hope Ilayncs was the Dinner of tho | Club of Starke, husbands of the club ,

prize, \\huh was a dainty valentine. i I' members nnd; men who h\ve helped I
number of Starke people motored "hildren's record.* wero played on 'townrd.4 the club in nny manner, are
@ Bi ts 0 [ I.etl \Q) over to Gainesville Friday night and tlu victrolji: by the young host's mother : invited) to a dinner and smoker to ho

attended Coburns Minstrels. Among Mrs. NVir, and after games in the 'K \'l'n Thursday evening, Feb h.t. I
I I those going: were: Miss Blanche Mc .Mini the children were invited into from 7 to 8 o'clock, by tli<- Woman'-'
11. () rlll ati)11 Neil, Miss Aileen Alvarez, Mrs. Florence tho dining! room whore n wonderful Club ut the club huu!'".

Powell, Me tt'lfs.' Levy Canova, birthday cnkc centered tho table that II I I
Concerning Our Peoi/e. Busineu and Herbert Uitch, OacaY Andreu, Carl was covered with a lace iloth and orim "Mt'l.E FOOT" IIBIUn-
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{);.<' Progreu in the Coantyand Town. I Knight, Jim Kk-kliter, Kirk Lewis men toil with vases of red roaes.
and W. A. Besscnt, Jr.KalpK The cake was covered with pink icing 1 M. J. Green, trucker, brought/ to

nnd rested on it silver bordered mir I the Ilrmlfiml County Hank last week
Bowers' has nt"his home on rorvith docorntiona of red rose buds the prine berry of tho season), at least

J. M. Conner, of Rniford, paid our I L S. Hutto and family, of Coleman the Kingsley lake road, a radio station j and red cupids; while arched over the all far as oddity goes. It was shaped

office a pleasant'Visit Saturday.Mrs. have moved to Starke and nre occupying that is giving! excellent service. | cake was a half circle of hearts on like .n huof nnd WHM fully thee inches
| n cottage in the northern part oltown. Mr. and 1\1 rs. J. '1'. Quigley'and Mr. red ribbons, with a big red bow at tho across, ttatteneil. on the bottom and

Max Klusterman spent Wednesday ; and Mrs. }o'. A. Scott "listened in" on top. On the cake burned live Rmnll rounding ncroHB the tOI). Appan-ntl\ .
in Alachua. -* I Friday evening and distinctly heard nil 1 t pers. Strawberry brick ice It was ut one time three \berries which! and give your

I The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian lectures, singing and instrumental cream arid cake were served to the as they grew, merged Into unu nnothor stomach a lilt.
Carl Knight and Herbert RiU-h motored1 church will meet Monday munic from St. Louis, New York, Atlanta little guests. until vNlu-u fully ripe\ it \vis nu- I

to Gainesville Sunday. i evening, 8 o'clock, at the home of MraT. Detroit and Ft. Worth Texas. I. The rooms of the lower tloor> were solid berry, with nnly faint niiirkmi-s : Provides "the bit o*
J. Hedges. From St. Louis! they heard a man talk thrown ensuito and decorated with to show that they were nt "HH turn- .weeI" In ktntfieialform.
I who said he had the grippe and they vases and bowls of !It'd roses and separate bernvB. i iI I .
J. W. Andrews, Jr., was a visitor
:Mr. and Mrs. Dick Maaon and daughter plainly heard him sneczti HI reamers of red paper ornamented I
to Jacksonville Saturday. < > to cleanse
Helpn
of Louisville, Ky., ore upending with hearts. I I 110\' SCOUTS* I\MUKI'! ; "
several weeks in the cityvisiting rel The U. D. C. will meet next rues- Those present were Palsy Brinson, I I --- the teeth and keep
business J. A. J. McKinney, of Sampson, had atives. day: afternoon at four o'clock, with S. R. Johns, Jr., Lois and Hazel Ad- !|I On Feb. 'Sth occurs the thirtivnthnnnivernary I them healthy.
In Starke Tuesday.A .
h'\es Olive and Amelia Ray.N. kins, Vera Claire Robinson, Frances of the Hoy Scouts of :

Miss Mabel Wilbur, of Lake Wales, Lee Peek, Sinclair Peek, Jr., .Fenella America, and in honor of tho event'
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jennings, ofj left for Jacksonville Monttuy, after A. Perryman, of Atlanta,
Jacksonville, spent the week-end with spending several days in ,Starke the with his sister, Mrs. L. A. Georgia Haynes, Eunice Canova, Lillian planned to gl\o the Sturko troop) nbanquet. forty yours, beloved! by all, ever reiuly
*relatives.Mr. guest of Misa Sudie Lee Colson. L'avis and brother, E. K. Perry 1'111 n. Sternberg, Marjorie and Lillian This will bo given on Friday to help in any good work.

Stump, N. T. Uitch, Jr., Alioe Fernandez evening, Feb.lUth, when the boys| She was ono of two living members
and Mrs. Elmer Lazone have Mr. und Mrs. E. K. Poppvll and NOTICE TO W. O. W. Frank, John, George nnd Vonda will be freil from studies. The flllh"rll I of tho Village Improvement Society

(returned 'from a six weeks' trip thru children upcnt Saturday in Lake Butler Inninn, Clara Louisu iVok, Merrill of the boys are to bo guests with I which Is now known nt tho Lawtey

(the southern part of the state. with Mrs. Toppell's parents, Mr. The local camp, Woodmen of the Futch. \! their sons, and under tho direction of 'Woman Club. Tho Club has lout a

und Mrs. II. Tomlin.son. World, will enjoy its usual annual I Mr. Hugh lirownlec, Scout Muster, a faithful member and worker, and nlxo
I,Mrs. Cora ,Sanders of Jacksonville, oyster supper at the cafe on the night .MUSICAL TEA I fine t time Is expected.TICKS by her death Grace Methodi.st church

t spent the week-end with her friends, Miss Evelyn Colson and Miss Richards of February 2nd. All sovereigns arc --. and the Ladies Aid Society hitve/ suffered

[the Misses Buisden.K of Jacksonville, spent Sunday urged to attend the session of the The Missionary Society of the :: ItYTKItlANKev. : n great IOSH, nut aggressive/ but

here, with :Mr. and' Mrs. W. W. Col- camp Friday night, the 20th inst. Important Methodist church gave musical ten always dependable1.< It is a blcmtinfr
|Miss Sara Sweat, of Wakulla, Is son. business. Tuesday evening nt he beautiful home 1 T. J. \Hedges, who hiii spent to have known her.

revisiting at the home of her brother, J. W. MORGAN, of Col. and Mrs. 1) E.': Knight, on N. this week in Jacksonville iiltonding A life rlpo with years of loving wioriftce -

"G. C. Sweat.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.\ Dick Mason and children l-26-2t Clerk. Walnut street. I II tho Ilible Con l'rcl1cwill npi>ak at God: has called homo. Sho knew!

will leave thia week for Clermont I The hostess, Mrs. Knight, waa as- the TrcHbyterlun' hurch Sunday morn Christ nnd has/ not gono to a Ktrnngo
> F. A. Scott spent tho first of'the ftfotod' ihg on "Mine: ,!Ships That are Pass
where Mabel Mason will !go into a ANDREWS-ROBERTS WEDDING: in receiving by Mrs.\ L. A. Dnviti home, but to tho homo prepared for
week in Jacksonville visiting Mrs moving Icture producing company. PLANS roHldent of tho missionary society.VUHCB ing",: I all Christians.lie. .
E. N. Alexander. iin I it therefore roHolved thin
by
Walter Colson, of Miami has been An interesting event of tho afternoon roses and gorgeous nasturtiums of St. LOUJH, Mo., representing\
Carl Alderman, of Stanford, spent visiting/ Mr. and Mrs. W. W Colaon, of Wednesday, Feb. 7th, will be ndorned the rooms of the lower floor the Homo Mission Hoard, will nddrcHn I committee, that a copy of thin memorial
ho sent to her Imnwlilto't'ln.
Sunday with his parents, Mr, und Mrs of this pretty home. A silver of tho congregation.Evoryoni ;
and returned to his home Monday accompanied the mirriago! of Miss Nullo Roberta! ,erIn tives the TimcM-Union Bradford
G. W. Alderman. by Howard/ Colson. youngest! daughter of Mr. Enoch Jef- /( wilM mado by tho iruests, and the I ; lit cordially. invited to lit-I ,
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und that l.o
County Telegraph
I u copy
forson Roberts, to Mr. Joseph William amount Riven will be used to puy fur tend both tlu>m> ncrvici's and nlxo tho I
Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Citra, was a Miss Elizabeth Vrownlee, who has Andrews, Jr., of Starke, which will I some new furnishings\ for the parsonuge. Suhhnth Hchool which mecta nt 10) u.TUODUCK RW"IIIIlPUII, tho minutes of our record 1
I I IIIP book of the Lawtey Woman's Club.
of and Mrs. F. A.
Kuest Saturday Mr. been spending several days with, her be solemnized at three o'clock at the I II
Mrs. A. A Smith, Chairman; Mrs.
Scott. parents, Mr. und Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, home of the bride in Lawtey. I The audienvu greatly enjoyed three 'III '
::;; UNTK- I fnlhcrino Tenre, Mrs. G. "0. Brown,
re-turned Monday to DcLand where Rev. Henry Ezelle, of Brycevillc, beautiful choruses, The Morn, White : ; :
II !Mrs. !M. E. Edwnrdx, Com mitt,'" .
C. R. Ensey, of Jacksonville, was she is in school. will perform the nuptial ceremony, Hutterfly and Summer Breezem Tim |
a guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. T. which will be witneswcd by relatives selections were from the "Garden of A good den! of produce of various '

N. Limbo ugh. Emmett Kelly, who has been visiting and friends of the popular young couple. Flowers," cantata for women's voires ,'kinds, .IK sent 11'011Stnrke dally besideti I --"---- ---

his sister, Mrs. James McBride, by )Uenza, nnd were beautifully BtrnwberricN. Sugar cane, syrup .
.
1 Influence Charllot. .
Ernest Lee, of Melrose, was a week Warren, of Jacksonville, returned to The bride will bo given in marriage rendered by Memlamea E. K. I'erry- sweet potatoes, cabbage/ beets, In tho molding on of elmnieter notbiuiitnntter

end guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. ,It. PoppclL' Starke, Saturday. by her father, and will be attended by mnn, F. II. )Long,: A. Z. Adkins, (1. ('. carrots, benides the 'ind-vitablu! two I no' inueli im Inllufiice. It Intho

.,her Bister, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of Starke White, E.': L. Biggs'', 1>. E.': Knight, E.M. boxes of hides! and u crate of chickens heart of nil etlueatlon, the Inner
O. J. Griffin has returned 'from Kg matron of honor, and Misa Oneida Johns, Misses Hilda Struth, Florence from Krookcr.. The Starke Poultry siK'ret of IHIIIIU ifixt tit school. Mora
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofioway and Jacksonville where he spent several McWhite, of Moultrio, Ga., UK maid Matthews, Isabel Button nnd Iris Fnftn Bcndx ut least a dozen crates of than liny wit or Keiiinx IK the vulnn
children -pleasantly located hero | days with his brother, W. J. Griffin of honor. Little Mary Lucilo Torode, Epperson, with Mrs. HeWitt C. Jones eggs every week and J. 1>'. Kickliter I there of nlnie| | HoodneMH "moral

for a few month I and his brother-in-law, Levl 1>yal. a niece of the bride will be flower girl, as piano accompanist. and tho Bennett Grocery Co. also thoiiRhlfiilnuHH." Sui'foiinil u life wtltl
I'aul Ernest Knight much Bond many eggs. The Quigley Broom ltd niyt 11 ixl. dormnnt uooiluvsa will Dot
and Master Earle Leslie'Biggs will I Rave a :
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Futch, of Wal Mrs. J. W. Griffla and daughter, act as ring bearer.Mr. .- appreciated pianologue,: entitled Katydid Co. Bend off brooms by nearly every I full to count to l/lrili. .

do, motored here Sunday and visited Miss Virgie Gnms, of Highland, were Andrews will haveaa his best which was followed by Miss Lu- train.

friends. shopping,: and visiting friends in. man, Mr. William M.' Wuinwright! of cile Mitchell charmingly reciting So Don't Wake 'Em.
Sturke .Saturday. Starke. |I Was I, and Tho Freckled Face Girl TELKGKAl'H NOT DARWINIST Honn- men !net Immense mount ofintltifiirtlon
Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Miss --- out of Ihi'lr ronvletloit that
The wedding music will be rendered! us an encore. The chorus then RanII'Indian
Leila Sapp and Will Agin motored to Dr. A. E. Dunham( rector of St. by Mrs. Nelson Cathcart, of Jacksonville Crudle Song by Matthews, and An article heuilod, "Easy to Trace Jll who illxaxree wltli thum ure In the
Gainesville Sunday af ernoon. *4< Maik'a Episcopal church, returned and just before the entrance of I Mrs. Nelle Hughes cloned the Inter- Evolution: ," found its way into the wronit..-Albiiny .Journal.

home Sunday from a trip in South the bridal party Mrs. Lawrence opting progrlln1' with u reading Papn'Little Telegraph of last.week. It deals with flI
Miss Sophie Reinochl, of Jackson Florida and on the East Coa t. I llve-toi-il horseH and trlPII to
that brought understanding prove
Adams, of Jacksonville, a cousin of Boy, many 1886
ville, spent the first of the week with the: groom, will sing "At Dawning," I smiles and nods from the that man di'Hcendi'd from (Cho mon
..friends in Starke.J. R. M. Dixon of Florence S. C.,
I Dr. followed by Mr. Lyman P. Pryor, of parents who liMtencd.Sandwiches key. The ui'ticle was not copied by
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Jacksonville, rendering "0 Promise ami hot chocolate were UK, If nt was n pifco of plutu matter, DAVISINSURANCE
S. Gnner, a prominent citizen of Brinson last Friday and Saturday. Ur Me." Nerved by Mesdurnes J. II. Rite! O L.irtynoH Homi'timcH culled "boiler plate," purchased

the Melrose section, was n visitor to Dixon went from here to Miami. v Immediately following the ceremony W. E.;; Middleton, Mindet Ii.bel *- by the pound' and imed. only

Sta rile Tuesday. there will be .an informal reception. Itullen, Blanche Aldernmu rnd when tho .Inut forms nre being made
f The Protestant Brotherhofid has ac- Florence Matthews. up and there in no tune to net moru '
and Carl Johns, of the invitation from Rev. L. B.Sumption .
Gus Beasley typted an type No ono has time to HCO what the

University of Florida, spent Sunday I > to meet ut the Methodist KD: NEFF, JR., CELEBRATES: HIS AT"B\II'TEIJIIiJ-U-I: ) Hiibjcct of the "plate" ISj; nil the )printer STARKE .
In Starke. 'ihurch next Monday evening at tight FIFTH BIRTHDAY ciin-H for In that it fUla u certain

o'clock. Sunday night while riding,: on thnoutskirts void in tin form \ I ''ICII1 IIIID.lDaIiIDmCcmrcmnltlmDII) : -
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and chillren'and a of the Mrs. M. Leviton We ui" sorry that this
Master Ed Jeff, Jr., celebrated hia city, 11I1I'/I'n6l1'1
Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Weller, of Emlentoii COFFINS & CASKETS
fifth birthday anniversary lust Friday Miss ICona Ijjviton and Mrs. Levitons IIM we arc emphatically agaiimt the
Brooker, were in town Monday Pa., are expected to reach hero theory of ,'voluU,,". We have
... January 26th, by giving a lovely nephew! wore startled by n command l'Xlrl'IIIIt',1 And a Full Line of
Monday to visit their daughter, Miss party at the home of his parents, Mr to halt. A white ninn, apparently/ In / ourHc'lves against it editorially I UnJ.rl /'mwm' Supptitm
James Warren, of Jacksonville, motored Mabel Weller, and also J. M. Truby.: and Mrs. Ed R. Neff, on North Walnut a drunken condition, pulled a revolver on several; occasions and will take -,. -
here Monday and was the guest street. nnd ordered them to stop, but the the lirHt opportunity to do no again. AUTOMOBILE D.EAR3EAlwaj
of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns. Mrs. J. C. Hoover Mr. and ,
Mr. and hand. Th belt .
When the guests arrived they were driver had the presence of mind to on *r- .
I Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr! and Mrs. told ttjat by following,: a string they speed up the car and make their jrct-' IN M KM: OKI AM: I Yke at thm lowrct price. Bpe-
A son was born on the Hth inst. to .G.; M. Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. etaj ttenUon to telegraph or.n. .
would find what the Sugar Plum Tree awny.WOMAN'S
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hemingway, at Futch motored to Glen St. Marys on .. After an (llnuxx, of Hcverul monthi I Kcglntrred, Emb lmcr.DeWlft .
I' had on its limbs for them. The sugar --- --
their home, on West- Call street. Tuesday. plums proved to be crepe paper bags CLt'HTO filVE: DINNERFOR Mrs. Emily 1). Suylen )patiHed quietly

of pink home made candy. The prize :MEN into the !great beyond November 2-'l: I Itihu C. JONES
Mrs. A. Z.. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beas Mrs. W. G.Powell and daughter, package was found on' the tree by 1\122.\ I STARKE, FLA ;;
ley and M ra. E. L. Biggs spent .Tuesday Miss Annie, Mrs. Merrill Powell and
.Prank Inman, and when opened was Honorary members of the Woman's hud lived in t.awtey for nearly :lIDClQ1mtJ)
in Lawtey. Mrs. Cawrence: Adams, of Jackson
valentine.
found to be a
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the home -
I ville, are visiting at --- --
The children were next given redlenrtn -
Mrs. Max Klosterman, Gerald, 'W. Andrews, Sr.
to which could while
see one ,
Madge and Hazel Middleton motored
ilindfoldvd their heart nearest :
pin
to Gainesville Saturday morning. C. White will give a
Mrs. George
the center of a huge red heart. Sara I
-- miscellaneous shower tomorrow, afternoon
Edward Burns returned home last in honor of Miss Nello Roberts Speaking to You

Thursday evening from a business' 'who will become the bride *>f PENTAMIlUCOLUMNlJ

trip to Dallas, Texas. 3. W. Andrews, Jr., on tue 7th Inst.

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Tate Powell, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. Albert W. Anderson was called -

the week-end with his mother, Mrs. ; to her formwr home in Swarth- Have You Too Are You Short \

Lucy Powell.' more, Pa., last Sunday on account of
the sudden death of her father, Mr. Much Money? On Money?
Mr .and Mrs. L. Wyman, of Washington
Howard Sheljdrake. WANTED-Man with car to sell com-
D. C., have moved Into the Iplete line Ipw priced tires and tubes
: Edwards bungalow on .West Call 1 Mrs. M. L. Johns returned home on '$100 per wrfck and expenses. Ster- Of course! not. You want more. Come to this bank and get more.

street. after a motor trip to Jacksonville lingworth Tire Co. 472 Sterling. E.
Saturday Put your surplus in this bank We make loan.s for many pur-
) and Arcadia. :Mrs.: Johns was Liverpool, Ohio. It* \ )
. and it will earn more. 'poRe"upon", approved security.
Mrs. W. W. Colson, Miss Suda Lee I accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs.

Coluon, Miss Wilbur and Mrs.Vivirette Clyde Alvarez and children who spent FOR RENT-Fifteen acres of excel Then in the decline of Life you :Much of the pronperity of thisLWill

Lewis motored to Gainea-! Sunday here. lent land. Suitable for truck or general reap the rewards:, of early community la founded upon
1 villa Sunday., farming, ju.t west of corporation Come in today. loan.s made by this bunk.

I 'John Baixden, of Paris Island, S. C., line. Mrs. M. A. I II
.. Paul E. Canova, Sr., and son, Paul,' Is home for a ten days leave of absence Starke.' 4 Balllden"1 -

returned Sunday from a business trip J with his parents, Mr. and Hri.

through South Georgia and West W. Wi: Bafsden. He has been In the KEAL ...ESTATE-Farms wanted. I THIS IS A BANK THAT BELIEVES IN THE' PEOPLE IT DOES BUSINESS WITH. I

Florida.i navy for four yearsand likes It 10 winn'to co-operate with a real estate I ARE YOU ONE OF THEM? .
well that he has reenlisted for fouqTh dealer In selling farms and
farm lands In Bradford county.
i !pREvEN7i: i1rriI Give and referenced.Chan. .
"'- Common**. G n.ro.it> particulars
I -.ar..Coaly.remeo\y SICK HEADACHE f< Innlsc OB Avenue, Chicago, III. l-28-4t
d"vll bis due, but they .
JiTiutJiMii.e utip &oi .. ddlni a" fat bouo* It Is tb, Lord THE DANK OF HELPFUL SERVICE
t's Pills who unuollj Cod 'collocTIaiMBouiton poor_ Piles Cured la A to I* Da"s '
Tu Po.U Dro rUfftrnrt money* If PAZO OIVTUKNfMCUM I
lithliu.ti'sl ifHr Pro nKltt! Van .
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BRADFORD: COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA' FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1923.

Pula. six ,

I tertlons of the country. the speakers for the occasion. here Monday. bara Dukes.
Rev. Powell's subjects for next Sun- Rev. R. E. Burke will preach at the Dana Duke spent the week-end in

\" --.........-.................-....--.............................. *...* Palm Beach-Held an importantand day at Grace church will be 'Eternal Methodist culmh next Sunduy. Luke Butler guest of his cousin
,C well attended citrus field meeting Life" in the morning and "l inging' !Mrs. J. W. Ilagan and Mr. and Mrs. Claude DowlinlC.I .

I t The Bradford, ftt Palm City Monday. the Joy Bells" in the evening. : Evans were visitors at the State Tuck Andrews left Eaturday for
I The Epworth League, which will Farm Sunday I Jacksonville to be at the bedside of
the evening services will be Mrs. D. W. :Moore and children were
\"akulla-Ai'.1 kept' busy Inoculating precede his brother, R. J. Andrews, who is in
led Louis Black the subject being guests of her Mr. and Mrs.
i flocks. by parents St. Vincents hospital.
and
Farmers
hogs culling poultry
*1J County i "Faith." David Jones, Sunday.
D. I. Blumo is able to be out again
J.J.JI 1 The first refrigerator car of etraw- The Boosters Club held their regu-
d If'' L LM...........*..**.......i.......*.*...*..**......**. ....."........_...... fertilizers('oiumbla-Orderl.'d! for farmers two and carloads: attended( of berries was loaded here Monday with lar meeting at the city hull last Monday after Leon his Shaw recent, of illness.Union City was a

I local the prospect of loading several cars evening.. Much interest and en- visitor here Sunday.
the organization of three councils .
", by the end of the week. thusiasm was manifest. A committee ;,
of the farm bureau.
l I the cleaning up and burning that can The Ladies Aid Society of Grace was appointed to arrange for the -, I,....
/ be done will not perceptibly decrease church met at the home of Mrs. Cath- installation of a canning factory here
.1'1 the number of weevils living through Bnj-One farm woman reports a I rtlally Informed.
Those
erine Teare Thursday evening. that nothing be wasted. Thin will bea front
t net return of $230.50 from a flock of "It la history that we moM
Die winter. t
Mesdames J. H. Moore, for town it will
pn present were ,great/ thing : our as "
learn to Judge the future. remarkedthe
50 hens The flock culled ,
in
+ ;'By using the 'Florida method' of 1922. was G. W. Brown, J. II. Carrodine, W. II. furnish employment for the inhabi- serious citizen. "Yes" replied the
tik k, weevil control which was worked out and instructions given for its management Edwards, R. R. Thede A. A. Smith tants. Its railroad facilities and fer- observer; "but every day's news reminds
\ I I by the state plant board of Florida by the county agent. M. E. Edwards, J. T. Moore, C. Y. tile soil is obliged to make It a suc'Vess. us that history Is not :yet conv 4
during 1022! and applying it properly, Mayor, W. I. Powell and W. J.'Black The club appointed a second g"'te."
I the Florida !grower of upland cotton Okaloosa-In co-operation with the Refreshments were served. committee to arrange for a
can successfully beat the boll weevil, county agent's efforts, 248 farmers, The ladies of the Baptist W. M. U. ter supper at. the hall next Monday Colds; Cause urip and Influenza
,. I no matter how many of them may lawyers, physicians and business men will serve oysters Friday afternoon night LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE/ Tiblrts''l'em8volho
,.i survive the winter," Dr. Newell add- bought 1500 Chinese sand pear trees beginning at I 5 o'clock at the store of II. II. Hall was transacting business i- CIL'HO. Tbtii.; la only one ":!->n" Qulalre.;' .. A
; this week. K.l G OVE'S ei"ft-tnr* on beg SUM
j ; ed. Mrs. M. E. Edwards in Starke Tuesday.J. .
k : Full particulars concerning _this I' F. II. Long, of Starke, was transacting R Hodges has been a recent visitor Cures Chill.
Malaria.
'f t: Putnam-Potato planting is near-
; method may be had free of charge by business in Lawtey Friday. to the,ounty seat.
ing completion. Citrus packing houses and Fever, Dengue or
of Lake Okeechobee 666
addressing the state plant board ifthe Julius Eunice ,
!J} Gainjs- arc running at full capacity. here. Bilious Fever.
experiment station, both spent Sunday with hie family FIVE MILE
j ; villa and asking for the bulletin that -
( ; Duvul-Established a 20-acre cot- r
r has been prepared on thii subject. HAMPTON:
Yfh', I ton demonstration at Baldwin by Five !Mile, Feb. 2.-T. D. Proctor JOHN WHITE&CO. ... ... .. : ';
\ 'jr agreeing to personally supervise all and ; Miss weekend j. .
daughter, Ruby, were,
I \ 1.1' : HOW ONE ,,...AUl\1 ER PREVENTS details in the application of the Flor- Hampton, Feb. 2.-The strawberry guests of his sister Mrs. P. P. LOUISVILLE KY. i
WATERMELON DISEASES growers and truck :farmers are very Iitabllilud I f..r.-M- )
r i; itla method of cvontrolling the boll 'I Dekle. 1(37tvv'
much with their Every !
pleased crops. Llb..I..orlm."t ''
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weevil. Mrs. Lacy Williams and sister Miss v.m. id tar yhaw "
eau
"I am preparing to'plant 50 acres day large shipments are being. "
; !Mae Duke visited relatives and r
of watermelons this spring, and 1 I made. Furs '
Suwannoe-The county farm bureau friends in Lake Butler Friday and / y
want to know how I may treat the !Mrs. O. Haynes plucked a ripe, rosy I 7i
t i
I' has secured a paid secretary to Saturday.Mrs. --
?J'' seed before planting so as to avoid cheeked peach from her tree Monday '
assist tile agent and to look
county
'i, having diseased) fruit," an Alachua aqd\ reports that the tree has a nice I' James Williams and children A TONIC
after farm bureau business.
.; county farmer asked of ,an official of' i crop of full grown peaches.. of Jacksonville arc visiting Mr. and_ I Qrove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores
the Floridu experiment station re- i W. B. of Jacksonville Mrs. John Williams. i and Purifying and
} It, Clay-We have a vegetable truck : Mrs. Roper, Energy Vitality by
1 cently. started running 'from Green Cove to is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elsie !Mrs. D. I. Blume and Miss Josephine Enriching the Blood. When you feel:! its

The Information was given him and Jacksonville, carrying vegetables and Sparkman ,thls week. Blume were\ guests of Mrs. D.I strengthening invigorating effect,see howIt
for the.benefit of the many other wa- eggs chickens and all kinds of pro bits. W. B. Roper, of Louise was the I. Duke and Mrs. Lacy Williams Sun- brings color to the cheeks and how .
j termelon growers of Florida the in- duce for the small farmer. guest of relatives and friends here day.Oren it improves the ap a tlte. you vill then
anil Kirk Dekle spent Sunday appreciate its true tonic value.,
t I fprmation is given below it .being this week. )
I. that recommended by Drs. O. F. Burger LAWTEY Mr. and Mrs. Evans and children with Zell and Van Dukes. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonio is simply
: and G. F. Weber, plant pathologists N of South Carolina are guests of Mrs.D. Elder\| R. Dukes and Mr. Signer Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So '"
pleasant even children like it. The blood
f of the experiment station and' Lawtey Feb. 2.-Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Swindcl. of Gainesville, were here on business '
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
t I given in their own words: J. Chandler, who have been spending The program rendered at a union last week. Enrich it.* Destroys Malarial! germ'" arid
:t I "Disinfect your seed before planting several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. service in Starke '''Sunday, Jan. 14th Mr. and 'Mrs. Shepard Dukes, spent Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invlg-jr.
b,. ,I'' and avoid those several diseases W. F. Godwin left last week for a I consisting of short talks solos quar Sunday with his mother Mrs Bar mind Err..c'oM/ :
t' carried on the seed. The spores from trip down the state before returningto tettes and chorus by children will be ,
I f one diseased crop stick to the outer their home in South Orange, N. J. I given at the city hall tonight at 8
i.. levering. of the seed. When these 11. L. Brownlee of Starke, was attending o'clock. This entertainment will be
,I seed are planted the disease is also to business in town on Thurs !given under the auspices of the Boos-
planted and, will give trouble later ter club of Hampton. It is free and -

when: the plants come up. Anthracnose day.Mrs.! Damon Watcroak, visited everybody cordially invited to] attend.F. -
one of the most troublesome her sinter !Mrs. Jesse Reddish this E. Henry and son, Eugene were -- ,
iri'I discuses'of the watermelon, Is often week. visitors to Jacksonville this week. .
spread in this way. Rev and Mrs. Ralph E. Blanchard Mrs. M. \Vuttcrson was shoppingin ,

"Take the amount of seed! you hale oft Monday for their home in Fort Starke Tuesday.Mr. .
and put them in a solution of corro- Pierce, after spending a week herewith and Mrs. W. E. Baker and Miss
r sive sublimate (bichloride of mer- relatives. Rev. Blanchard sup- Geneva Baker were business visitors
u cury) for not more than ten minutes. >lied the pulpit at the Baptist church -- -- .
R, : Remove the seed from the solution Sunday; morning and evening for the ,

w and wash thoroughly in two or three pastor, Rev. Boyer.
: Miss Vcrli.lLSaP1 of Ptf'r1"' ... --
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chant< ol' clean .fresh water tore p"ntI --- -
j,;: move the pnison. The seed are now the I week-end here with friends.
,4 ; I ready to plant and should be planted The W. M. U. of the Baptist church
I ; : within a few hours or the same day. met lust Wednesday at the home of
1" i \ "T,he corrosive sublimate' solution Mrs. V. R. Reddish. There was quite Fprdson
r, t ((1 to lioC:( ) Is prepared by dissolvingono a large attendance and considerable .
; till let (which may be purchased business was transacted, after whlcbrefreshments
If from your* local druggist) in 1 pint of were served. ,

il 1 u: water, This amount is sufficient fora Edward Edwards: of Waldo spent You Will Want Your "
quarter of a pound of seed. the week-end here with his mother,
"Do not forget that this substance Mrs. M. E. Edwards.Mrs. Fordsori
Tractor t \
I I is a deadly poison and should be kept A. C. Talley returned here last Early
out of reach of all nnimals or chitI week from Miami where she spent .

I, I ;' I dren." several She is weeks the guest with relatives.of her daughter, Everything points to the greatest'shortage of Ford products this; year, that has

EXTRACTS FROM: ( REPORTS OF Mrs. W. F. Godwin. ever existed. Never before has the demand been so great. ,
COUNTYmNTS Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke, spent '
Saturday here with,her mother, Mrs. You will want a Fordson Tractor early-here, is one product you cannot wait

a : Madison-Most 'of the week was M. Edwards. for-when''the weather opens up you will need it. '-o t" ,

spent at farmers' meetings relativeto Miss Della Blanchard! is spending You will it for and all work.
purchasing fertilizers co-operative- this week with relatives in Melrose: want plowing seeding cultivating- your Already

ly., In one community 125 farmers Herman Thede and daughter, Fran- it has proved the greatest help to profitable J farming that has'ever been offered

?, t were present and 91 placed orders. cia, of Jacksonville were the guests to you. And at $395 f. o., b. Detroit the price is low, that you lose money
of Mr. and, Mrs. R. R. Thede Sun )
Will order 200 tons through our farm ,
bureau this weds.WaltonDelivered. day. t everyday_you are without,a Fordson.. To get delivery you must order '

Louis Marr visited relatives in early:
h ')' approximately Highland Sunday. /:
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I There are no reserve stocks our dealers-=.our production capacity
t :i eighteen thousand fruit trees ordered Arthur Wilkerson of Maxville, wasa among great

I co-operatively, to farmers during the visitor to Lawtey Saturday. as it is, will not enable us to build up a reserve. r '

week. from!Mrs.Jacksonville Frances Wiggins last week was on called account It must be a case of "first come, first servwJV and the only way in which you

Ij Taylor-More permanent pastures of the illness of her mother, can protect yourself is to list your order with a Ford,! Deafer immediately.

i I are being established here than ever !Mrs. Louise Lowery.A. .

i t-efore. Considerable acreage ,is T being M. Blanchard visited relatives in By taking advantage, of our dealer's first opportunity to make a delivery

:: sot to Napier, grass. Jacksonville Sunday. will be assured of having Fordson when need it.
Rev. Louis Donnerly, of S"tarke filled you e your you j s
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; St. Johns-We had a small a rieul.ural his appointment at Evergreen Baptist -
exhibit at the meeting of the church Sunday. Ford Motor Company, Detroit Mich.
National Realtors Association held In Max Wimberly of Highland was a i
#'$;t : : Jacksonville recently. It attracted visitor here Sunday .

much attention by visitors from all Will SUIlings of Wateroak was
U transacting business In town Satur j
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day.Mrs.. E L. Biggji: and 'son Leslie .. :
spent .Saturday heer with relatives. I
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B. Kelly spent Sunday with relatives ;

L : MOTHER! MOVE r In Glen St. Mary.
,(, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Alvarez and i re Nlr I 1" a
children of Vanderbilt visited relatives S p4

here Saturday and Sunday.'
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?I CHILD'S BOWELS A. A. Crews of Highland was in
F' w : town on business'Saturday."v-

Mr and Mrs.. A. M. Blanchard Mr. 4 0
and !Mrs. Ralph E. Blanchard, W. A.
Blanchard, Robert Blanchard J. Misses e

"California Fig Syrup" is'' Arthurine and Della Blanchard !Mr.
and Mrs. B. L. Blanchard were visitors ,,

r Child's Best Laxative \j 7 7p Thursday.to Kingsley lake .and Starke on \,

Friday will be observed here by the

p i Even if cross, feverish bilious conMillions of mothers keep "California Vomun's Club as Flower Day. There 0
4) stipated or full of cold, children love Fig Syrup" handy. They know a ten- will be f.ealcinQ'; at the Club house be. 7'
the "fruity" taU of "California FigHyrup. spoonful to.lay eaves a nek child to t-mning'at 3:I o'clock. Rev. Cramer, : ,
c ." A teaspoonful never fail. to morrow. Auk your druggist tor genuine
Rev. Powell and Rev. will be
Boyer
clean.the liver and, bowels. la a. few "California Fig Syrup" winch, h-,. iiirntions -- DR'EWS DEALER
hours you can see for yourself how for babies, and children ol 1 all aj-eu J. W. AN [ J R.
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thoroughly it works all the souring printed. on bottle) Mother! Von must Ibo Quinine:sat Dot hot Affect '!>f lleed
food and nasty bile out of the stomach nay "California" or you may get an """ 'n'.r Its tonic end taxarlv effect.' 1AXA-- LINCOLN FORD FORDSON
and bowel, and you have. well, playful imitation fig syrup.' .... by IV anyone R; KROMO without QUININE caueloq n..btOCa ncrvouracM) eBQ or be rin taken. tng tt -
child l agaill.f Inthnhead. EW.GNUVtSslaatureiulru.. Jo'Je _

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1U2.1.: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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KU KLUX CHIEF AT FORT MYERS i newspapers. He said that 'nobody A A Durdt-n exoitniic 'IW mi-ctlnir DnWIlt C JimiM _____ _... I2.4K I 1J W Andrawa, Jr, t.iI.JtsurIng t
S'I.I.
sconES PKESSiuoUd I knows who we aro or what we are.' ASPIRINSay .1 8il,(' J2 Cune. exiwniio. ____..trujiU__ _..moetlnir. __,_ 8.00 M Coimumera J AlvareH Lbr 1.I) k lima briilmui eta .on.... 7.00 1..I.h. on w.vrrnmrnlallliS, arB.... 74,00 2. >2

lie said they were not intjerefer'lngwith H'l' 22 ___.______..__u_.__ 8.00 Stark and R.lr..d. .ul.ln.r.,1 1 .__.. .____ 8.00 Amu.i oil I ij' im____ __ ..
Iurwu .
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W K T.> J S ___.____ ..
fl. expense triutoo mi'otlnij Min.p work .__. 0
( an Saying That "Newspapers I anybody's religion/ and yet he $1 1 .'2 _._._.__u_____.____- 8.00 Jw Gi-lirl .1.11"0. and road work--(iretnCove S.OI J-I IIRlk of Stark..* Jr.hey KIM mil and. oil .--..... 720 ,I

Were Lying Sheets and NewspaperMen launched a tirade against the Cath- "Bayer" and Insist! C. July A .Kutch. aalary_ nnd___Inell'nl.ror. .__ _\_._._ 81.78 road _.__.__. .__...______... U.71. .I.hn C 1'hoh.on "Plniim "I on y bond.n... ) 4.11.) \
Low Down J P H nh u J I. $itilniuna I'h'u) ....... J It N.-" aalary n day July) ._ _. J81,71): "
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Scoundrels andMars" olics and the Jews; said they were tl; (1'IJ pln.,.on lumlH-r Smila.F.._.river..__ 37 62.01)J .80R ) ti \ W""nw.lh. Son brliliia lunibur 1.71 1 A roiin. ."IAr Xli dny, July _____. HH.70 ,
-Col. Wifliain_ J. Simmon the best friends II 'ThoniH road __.____ 0. I on road and bririuu : ehR.. on lnt ret GU,, .
), negro yet chargedthe work _-__.... 104.68 4,1.60Uttw : Suirke .nl l.awl.'y.____ _._--._ 12.00 I Hanover ,,) Hank --__ ."..'_ 4 <.at I
b "Emperor and Rev. C.: A. Ridley, l1l'grolIoldie1'S with being pikersin ConMimi'rs e. enirr Uuinhur ailppllve Co. lumber and-- '\ LI J'cKI..y labor' on Wat.akb.ll 'I $. '. .. 8, '1922

.___._ _. o ____ .. __ ._..__._.___ I| Urniirord County Hank pay Slate
"Supreme Lecturer, I'linredd.. the war said that klansman nnilH ._ ___----_____. I.no) U. 4 Sit Aid Kiind 103 _________. rl_
; every (' ) ;ireen n ._____ tc'00
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Stt-rn llro lumU-r __._____._____u_ 8il.UO 1.II.r on 1.1 anil) hrlilire 7.80 llnnk of Stark "
dresses. took an oath over the Bible and swore (; W Andrewa, lumbi-r and labor ..__ 8.1)8 I II. A Mortmn W Draw.labor on mail, and brlilue__. 18.00 ''I!i lilt' -_pay.._-roll_.I..Slate._.. :Aid- ._.rond.. > 0.71
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W WhtUft) Son ( 1.50 supplIes2,01) -
cmur I
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allegiance to thexflag, and that he S' L 1..1 I.bor on road. .1._____. 8.28 Mom 1..k,- I.bur on ro.,' and b.II.. I I 1 102 Sam. an,1 .\ mImic ai,1) road
11 on road ..___ ___ 7.60 $ ) liiv.U-y mu.)I- ----
Fort Myers Jan. was a better citizen than other I.w",1 I.bor u --- Aiuli'niiin liiiraiio HiuTamf o'lfVlVle'aM I.H
'M.-1-ort any
Myers llninkt-r
(" Th.m", labor on ""d. ._..__ SiB Hilw ail Kllrnlturo Co .lir10 ) I Oil' ___.__.
Is in the midst qf a visit or a visitation stun' in Fort :Myers; that they attended It.b, I.owb. labor on road u_...____ 1.80) for Hi-ooknr t.hln' ... .__ .-. J ...0 Kloklltcr- __-..........,. 2.4|
I Jamii. ... labor on road ___h___ 8.78 Wei-k-ltltcb ." 1. llniokiir, and) road) inj .1"1_ UII'n'J'' ofl. .
as some express it, from the supreme to their own' business and saw C S Kelly. Inbor on mail __ -_u_.___ 7.MI Worthlniiton roml ___ ._____.___.. n.flo A Collln .- 43.08
to it that others attended to theirs J.. rontytlt. labor on road ._____ 2.21 Jen. Nullivim labor plllnii Wan) hrliliro LOU (road tIll) "Inl.__.aaauilant..___. enulnefr.
organizer of the Ku Klux ; K (Vane brIdge lumber ...___ _._. I II $i'il' Labor Stark and llrookerroad : ., .__.__. 126.110)
Klan. Following hard upon the arrival that to become a klansman one mustbe A A Durdrn nailft _.._.____-__- .__ 1.74 -.----_- --_'_'_' ...___ _... 1.80 I K I Ni'tr" salHry Orloher enulni-4-r) n..r) lu: __.. 8lil7il
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.1 t1 .... M D l.pynn labor llrooker .
Cone roail and brldno Inspection and) Duke I 122
of the Emperor of the Invisible white, a Gentile, an American A .I.. _u___.._ _____ 8.00 rVrry road --_ ---- .- .- --- 460'I A llnnk A Dunli'n nf, llmiim-tfon' N. 1 .... 4.00

Empire, Col.\ William J. Simmons an-1 Protestant and a gentleman." 9G9'I Toun A A Dtinli-n of llamplon pay roll pro road rata work road__and___ O .Ol (C' J J Shaw l..w. Inlior Inbor Itrookor lruk..,brlIo------I".,.lui _.n_._ .8.78.U I No. I -Sla'k., .. pay_.. _"_ .1 -eiirvoy--_._...road?. 77.QO

_.__ _..__. eN Shaw labor 11",1 County Hank pay .urvey
brldintax brllu--------
his wife, who came ostensibly to rest Town of La" u-y.luil pro rata u road and 172.82 J II llaxti-r Inlxir n".k.and ninle, lot &.87 I ". I _n_ __. rl_......_ 6478

and recuperate in the balmy air of THE STATE UNIVERSITY: I bridge --.._ _. _.__..1..h._ 14.78 .1 Wn"'w.. Jr. gsa .n.) oil mad No
hrhlin. tax 1021 .__________ J A Conli-y labor ) -- I .__. 214.76
Fort Myers and to visit the C. W. I nlt.s you IMO' Um name "Bayer" on H C Wall Insurance on For
Bartlesons \Jniv piukHT. or on, tablets t you are not g,'t- S n HiiUlianl,, <'o envr' .illilillea, ...____ 10.80 1.,1 __._ 'n ._. __ ._.. 0.oil$ I. I ti A iillin* anlnry ..'. enttiiu-or 78.RO
who are relatives is Rev. The State ?r8ityhas been lik- the Atliintic & Con. drawlnicloolii W II I'.d; It Ni-ir.anlary, nnd Inoldintalii -

ting genuine Bayer )product pronnrilxxl .n".______h___C.__._________ 7.80 C'rois U..I) labor_____Hlarko' _end_..l.u. I .norl.o.__ __ __ 201.53!
C. A. Ridley of Atlanta. who is the ene d to a house consisting of bedroom l hv pliyalt'itum, over twraity-twn l> f Jiini-K vnirr ."iI4'i __._u __ IllS) II .labor U.OO) Nevember .f'hh.

,. klans supreme lecturer. Dr. Ridley anej a dining room, but without a livIng years and! I'ro'l'ol9af\ ., by millions for Hank or Clarke auimllui. _fit_ ot( '._0.-_ 88 111IT *% \( 11".1) ._. ._ n_____.. .and. ...I.u- 18 60 I 1 '/ A "."'"* nalary analalant 7. 1122 onitlniier. lit.Ill
I> Mln.r letter flln .___________ 1 K Ni-tr,
lost little time In getting his views room, according to n statement Col'ti' lloailuclioTnofliaelio K.I I I N..f lncl.li-ntoli. fur July ___. 1.2. : I road Thumaa nuu labor_ _..1".k"r__. __ __nnd_.__\.hl._____ .OO'' .1 !' KlrkhUir$ iialary Jr nalary enirinet-r. and) Ineldi-nlala___h.__ 8llii.no 80) 40ol"'cl..I.
il. LumbagoHarnclio tp..mb. 8. l.]2 Kliry) Thoinna labor Hrokur Itiailrord, Cimnly: ( IVWrni.h,: i
before the public Speaking from.the just issued by Dr. James Farr, of A A moetlnir, and Uo.. ; printing
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steps of the court house Tuesday the University of Florida: \ Tain liliiiinmtmmXenrHljiin Pain J. ) ("' "un"1. __._u..___._.__..-_________ ".00 Wentley brlilure i illlyanl rum,) ----Inhor--, --J---.k,-r-R.,1 800 I .. In,1) adveittatnic for. blibijtniik itS.OS
Cone. trwtae
: cxuen meetlnir. nr'sUrke'Vay
rnrfVurVvV
night to a" fair size audience, who "Any survey of the physcial equip- Tablet of DIR22' .._________._ ____. &.00 L, Dtiki-a M WaUra Furry labor nuil.------------------ikr"i) Dukea 225 :llrndror.: County hank pay: nil 11111;;.. 81 Inioo: :00

'1 gathered to hear him admittedly ment of the University of Florida" Accept "Ilnyer Aspirin" W K; \\'on'd. ex..n.. t.I.. m.>etlnK. I" nmd __._.._____.___ __.. 8.00 A n.h..n. Caraue unn nil and 10.84
some _. e.r
only. Kitcli: unbroken package contains U 5:22 u ... _._._______ 8.00 3 I) Inbor Uruokvr and Diikn W I b.dwaril; nun ..p.I'. 'J71

' : r from sympathy with the cause he says Dr. Farr, "would reveal the fact \ProI.er' ilirertlons.! Handy boxes of J J J K Silrnx Colli-y labor n-alrinir on Peek i-nitlnuer mad tool_.. ___._ 2.00 1.nil'' Kerry road ... .___. __--_ --. 8.00 J Amlrewa Jr. ".01 .t --n-pnln------._- 4,1.OJ: I
\ --- Onrar Derrmher
Water
; represents and some who with equal that, for all phases of campus life Except twelve tablets cost few cents.( UrtiR- K II Iliuhr Inlior on M hll'hu., road __ 1.80Sum road _Inbor_____Uruokor_ ....._and.' DukeaKerry _._ 2.26 I A Colllnn a..l,I 113 126.00
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gmtis also sell\ Ixiftlcrt of 21 laid 10IK Ihi-nt do ... 480 K 1-owlii) Inlior Hrokur and Uouna F """liter rnnlni-er. .
crindor admitted thu t they merely one, somewhat adequate pro- I Anpirin i in the trade iniitk of Uiiyt'rMniiiifititiirii % J. W. Wlk..h. do __..0'__._'_ Ill I I nind ._.__. ______.__ __ 3.00 I I': V.K Ni-ir salary emiliievr and Incldf-n-olfira dO.Ot
c, wanted to hear how he would atempt vision has been, or soon will be made. of Monoacetioitciilwter of W C u. ___._-.__u___. H.7S I I I b.II", .I..wl. lubnr Ilrok.-- anil Dunn-n IsIs!' ..________._h ..__._-_'300.87
;. Wi Keen do __.__hn__.__.__. fl.4tl I i bridite road .___u__.._._ __.______ 8.00 Andi-monii titirniro: aa* ,_._ .____. HI
to defend the movement. He is a That one lacking phase is, however, I I Snlicylicooid.; 'I'liomna; do ---------------.. 18W".k i Kiwew-ll) want 1 labor) Hrokur brlilue__ J W Andrew ua. oil etc .... __._ 840
of vital W II MuNimuy contract l brldiio and nil .I, W White and Hon ) ,,. 1.1 Iro..1 ( llnnk pay ___ ,_ lil.im
I l forceful seaker anj explain ed the importance to the development ._ ___ .. flfl. | | -- 4.0 1'3 ..1 -
-nnnn.n- --------- 0 I M I, J'"II.hu. lumlM-r for "".k.r brldun l.nk 81nkl PI" mil ._'_n ____.. 9&.U'
five requirements for membership in of the student. While there is tant matter to you is the future welfare Pirn .:I"on.I.b..r. on Midilli-burv, road 480( I W 1} '0.,10 sop Joint) m"etlnic of DuvalClay 11".n. .. of Ktnrko' ouiinnni due Jon 1.
;rr;[ I'I W (! % A brlduo 81)44Irvw ."o ...__...___.._
; the K. K. K., in such a way that hisI provision for the 'Work of the institu- of your children, your own flesh Co warrant ton- .--.__1.00._.____ 20.05'J and Ilraclfonl oo-_ _._ __._. 4 o( Hniik;of- Htnrk ooniHinn dim Jon n.8GO.09 1.

| sympathizers were wholly pleased ,nd tion in classrooms, libraries, labora- and blood. 'Jow Is the time to help Drew W Alderman Co pour .eli-rta tiplit-a .vln..I.. _____.___u_____u_ I 1.&) I' Troy W E lli.mu.lt 1'0".ln naIl-------------------Inbor I.awtoy mil, Illuh- S I IH2J lliilibnrd. ..>_frar.-_?_ ._?._H28i Oil

I _.. .... .. I l. wi. toola eta )
land road) .
them. 1..10 .ureinftim on bond of 13 ---- -- .78 :70.t
If
il; those who went out of th.r..curlosity. tories and shops; while there are you neglect doing so, you "l \ 1".n.hr
________u_ __.__ 45.05El I N Crawford' lubur Blurko and San'vtpnion K: Ni'ir 2.,,12 ,
I 4were strongly disgusted that the gymnasiums and athletic fields, thereis will some day have great sorrow. ),, ('u"Konke.. blue ."In" ______ 1.18 nMid _.'n_. _____ ____. 1.8) I,iinilii, ..nl"1. "n"IO'. .. ._. .Ih._of 800.Hi .
.1. (I Civvvii .. litmlior __ .________ 7.80() VMM l.i'o labor Lawlvy and Hitflaiul tl! A "
f'' i principles of what they call a dangerous absolutely no place on the campus 3. :OccasIonally inquire of the teacher Town of .1.0. ono-bnlf rcpalrlnir nmd roml, .- .._.__1 _____....__ -_-- .76 for CollliK inonlh salary of Di>c aMlmunt,>mli< ._vnalmwi_._
I '... __..... ___. ... r.t tianiM labor .. ... 7.67 K
be where students their to how children m".bi" 3 Jr anlnry' for
could as
1 organization placed may spend mom your are doingin K rond and) kiridKti work -_ AU.|>0 _0__ .___..._. .-.___ _n___ .75 "Ih'klt, .. ._.month......_of
[before the in such ents of relaxation for school. This will give the teachera Conmitnitra Lumtx-r )" cindtraThiroiwa IOU'ry (,irovm Inbor oil I..w nnd High Jimif ". 73.00
plausible or congregate ,
people a
rood C_ ,__.uln.____._.______ BOOn bind) ruin) __ ____ .__).: .______.. 5iS! l l'ecenil't': ,Codwln::: .nlary. fop month...) .of
1 [ and pleasing. fashion. social, extra-curriculum or religious] good opportunity to tell you things c Jonea mipi,>lli. _...__ ______ 4.0J Hun 'l.i wln labor) on Lawlty. mid,) Itlirh-) -- .. 10.01 1

activities." I II about children that A C Itoland lumber nnd I labor on brldir- Ion.) road ._.___.___ ..__..__..__. 8.1)1)lti'Inril Total _. : ,
fin its report the meeting the Fort your you ought toby ,-. -__ _____.__ _______ _. 431)) ",'nn..|" labor on Lawtvy nndHUirkt. ) -- .- -.3.71.8

k t lyers Press of Wednesday, published "You would bicierly condemn the I I i all 'means know. Ilrailford) County Ti-k-irrapri pub i nil"I) n__--?__.__ ___ 78 Tnlnl nvidpla .Ir.PI.lu..I.n.___
Nirk kiiliron) ,. and on014.711.27 \
for nnd di-t-d blaiida __ _.._ *) on 1..3 Tfiljil '
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,the following: I judgment of a parent who built a i i iI .!. See that your children do the Cl... 1.\.1.hl cabinet for vnirr olTiio __ Ol.o. ( HI'k. mud) ___n .____.____ ._._ 1.50 Amt I.o'.bl"'nl.1,1"0" __ 644.ill.1.148111.1fl1l.47 97.175.115

"The "Imperial Wizard," Col. Sim- j I homo in which to reur'-a large family I I I home study required by the teacher. J. I A .Dili-dim Co nnd'..mllm U KlUih on honda. __...of. 0000 I I III John H''k., liullard road I .I"bo___ _on___.Lawtoy. _____.and__ ..6 --. &, -

R Wall bond of K 8 Matthpwi Wiley (irovmi Inbor on I.awttty anilIllxlilanil Jo, ._. ._._ '14.761.1)
on
C. Hurt- of children if he bedroom Else the teacher often has much "Iur ) t IDU'I
introduced W.
by provided .
h10 s, was a so ) --... _.____ ______ 10.10 ( road ._u__.______. 4.2r to unit, on hand nU8.OIM.74
leson of the Fort Myers Wholesale and dining room, but omitted in the i I I to look after that your children do Ti C Kutrn lnlHir on roml 1 and brldwia8.UO, Mili I Into, labor -l.nwlcy and) Sltlrku' 'Intermit and-Kinking FundNow.
1 C ,l I'uti-h and liicldiinlalH) 10.Au"1 "Ad. __,_ ... __ .._ ._.__. 4.80
I Grocery Company, and president of house any place where the family not get held to it. So their work is _,1,1_ ..__ _._u. _.__.__ 81.20 (7... Clarke 1,1., .. .. I.uwt... nod lliuli- 14, 1922 moi.lwiMl Itprmi'l.) from K. W.
.. J C (Cone lnnpi>ctlnn and \ ,_______. _______.__ 4.50) .. .. ..
the county school board, who said could congregate. If the children grew slighted, and their mind is weal encd. expenno pay IV 11",1. .. '. -. ._ 6n3.91)
lie Itrown
.1 _-_ -__.__--_--.._ ____ 18.80 I.hu.nn I.uwt4y*" and Knifiml N.v. UJ: IIIJD' nvi'lviKl from K:. W.
4 that Mr. Simmons was a.relative of up spending their time of leisure on''! 5. Don't blame the teacher for keeping I 0 1'n-HC-ntf Inlmr onco.I llroolu-r-Wnldo ( road) - ------- l.nlI ) I Ihiym, l'luw ?. .. 728.i

his by marriage and therefore he I the street co ers and in poolrooms or your children after school or for. I( I .wIrI- InlMir, --on-11 :. -; ;;; 800.;|j jrond I'I,Illublnml W) Itrown 'h';1 lni'I Lawtt'y n__' ._and_ 20.00HiMy (HuyiM. 4,, taxm 1024 .1."lvo,1. -from .P. _W..22:1081Total : ) .

took In him. would l feel that the punishing children. The teacher ) -- 800 i Hrown Inbor( on towl..y( und IlliihInnd _..
pleasure Introducing worse places you your ..
C S Killi'ynmt\ \ ; on ;; I I mud I. ----. -.- 'Uh. -9.01) n ridtta| . .
.
Mr. Simmons said the Ku Klux Klan father was to blame. An almost analogous does both of those things to help your roail, ____._----rl-iwi.i_ sob I I J I. 1".1, hnullntf on Lnwlpy and") H HI III2J ami on hand) afllOll'j) $? .8,610.02KC.
I J S l'"y'ho..r' \ on Hi-ooki-r-Waldu' I I I ," ,il .__._______.______ h
was duly organized and; incorporated condition prevails at the Uni. children, not because she has a "spite" road% 8.00) Jon Moody labor fllnrko unit l.nko 81.01 C. K. I. \'I'I W!
h
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I I I I '. . A.1'1. Ch.I..n.
iIrr-;; riiilli-r road 450 I
l.ny I'ri-vutt
on Itrookor-Waldo" --- -- -
under the laws of the state and against them.. In of difficulty _
versity. case any rond 8.20Hrpiemnrr M II Mooilv Inbor) on Hlnrka. nild I I I ---- ---------- -----
: therefore must be a lawful body, but Dr. Farr believes that a building devoted always hear the teacher's side before 8. 102:1LIvlnwHbin : I rind -. --- .- 6.00)) NoTICE OJA"I"'fATION' FOR TAX 8RU
I I lJmml.1 nnd) ,
I that the klan was generally misun to these needs would be an investment i I paging Judgment. I have ha.d, RIIHII labor_ oit_ llrookerWaldoroml __ 2.20 I llntlor A.lk., lubor t'k.. .-.I.Ikofr 1.7ft I II i 1.1. Ht''fON' .. 'fllK
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l.derstood. and grossly misrepresented on the part of the good puo- I parents accuse me of having a spite OivIl I.. Ward, labor_ on IlrookerWnldomini __ BOO Jan Thoa. Mill uiu. truck Tor McKlnnny. ... 2.III ir.-n.by notice U given tliut,''1'. !. Aldarmiin..' ,

by the newspapers-05 pM-cent! of pie of the state that would repay them { against their children depending W K: McKvar I.b. on brlilui-a .h'_ 2.00 I I I 'I.yn"hl.. ...__.._11.________.. 10,111) tnirahaHcr' of 1211 tax 1 nl., I 80.) n.rin.rali'Ii( ) | niiinlH, >iilH riHl 1,1,
\I.. C Hmlth illrt McKIn1 1'71tol.u:
I II KS bHiillnv fur ?11.:7
which were irresponsible and untruthful a thousand folcj as he says ;. "There wholly on the story told by their W.I'n M fy.I.bn.1'.,.,on brlilui brtiliri-M, and roo. 41 tt.na 1.00 tCtflemnn .-.. bi'ldui. .___11 11.1111( ami Nn,) 115: hidnir l ,' ilntml by tint Allitimt tea ,5. : flral.I .
I n W. Hrown I:: : Ub'nL, : I I W I. Thlitinill Inlior on (Ill! 1018, and e.. t ,.
huijll lit clmli-ra$ I II I "0 MoKII""yI Illlrntva
and of 1252 and in the children not having nillnlmnwl 80, 10.1:
entirely students given 157
unworthy are now me 1
I I any opportunity (5 W Hrown roml work __.___ 8.00 I I I hrlduo. -__ ___. .. ._ .. 225 KlU) h.ll") ilutod s, 14., aid| (,KiO. cad
belief. That the Ku Klux Klan was course of a few years there will be to tell my side. M K Norman labor nnd, baullntf on I N Wynn Inbr) till) MoKlnm-y-" brliluo I.al) mild ci-rtllliial.'. Au. mo ? II. tY
I road __._. .____..._ ._..__ 10.28 ,,: A A Ju..I'n hail, IIlu via .._ -111 nppllcntlon I for tat "di-od', )" to .Inline and,, In IIIM .
possessed of the highest ideals and over :2000 of the ablest. young men of Good folks these suggestions are J H ): lalior on .- 2 Oil) K K ) 11mb"I fur )blldui'il., I ). : with I I Inw Th) ,, null) oartltlrnlm):: norontanco .. -
I actuated the noblest impulses and Florida the will be self-evident ,1 K jii.I: lulHir, on .II.Ir .. 2.00: I!i.1 I dnHlon hilior on nil,,1) ..- .. h 1811 I ) I llvi-ly tli. ( ) mn *>
by ;I on campus. They so that it'would! seem unnecessary .1 :, Inbor on I : 7.00) <,, % Mu."I'" 1.1.,. on rond 4.10IJ ford)county'nh..nl', followlnic aannUod ll"d. .In llni.l- t

b newspapers were lying Sheets and the leaders in every line of activity in to make them.But sad W sE/Tot-ode nnila .- -----_------. -- 1.28: i I I I .. Inbor on rnnd 0 __ I I ho lanuano of 1"ln.ld.much cvrllllcatra In the data of 9
I, A ______. .__ .
Hen Lewla lulmr on mail .... WI".I" InlHir on 8 iln1C ."m. .
newspaper men low down scoundrels I the state, their views and their Ideals experience proves the need 'of Bug I) H rhllllpn labor on lirldve I ----.-..--:-.- Ug) I 1 Von 01..1.. h.nl.or r"al rond, ___.. 40.011 ".,.1..1..1) lii-rvliiufU'r partlunlarly art forth '

i and liars It evident that the will be the moulding force that will determine ; A M Hlant-lthril' lumber nnd hauling -- 6.00 Karl: Von Ol.t.ln I.bo. on row) -.._. I2.0't (wl'I) !I
| was I gesting them. Please ponder them T J Moore labor on road __n__.._. 1.80 Mack Johnnon I.hu. on nmd *..__ I 12.00))) Milt .tIO' No 10 ... ita 2 8 4 "

gentleman and his klan had fared the conduct'of thu!; coming and act accordingly. Slats l-'arm lumber Allliiator brliluo -- IK.44 I Alhi-rt hock labor on road. .... 10).((10 'll,>. ((. S..It..22.B.A.hUI.n, .d 0 Mr.BI..k.. Mary R...:. M-. i
C A Prinule lumbar ?_____ _._._ 41.40)) Cyril) MiiNalr, labor, ) on rond,) __ 1080Cecil $ vantM.Corlino.l. ,
very badly at the hands of the newspapers generation. For their sake and for the TEACHER. Morgan otrico .u"I.I.| | -. ____. __ 1.48 I Mnnafni labor un .".1.) 12.110Chfu. ) No. 188 embraces about '
.._. 4 A
_
HiKk labor road )
owlmir on IJ.IXI
r labor Lonur
and he was attempting to pre- sake of society, these young men ,_ brIdge .luml.__. .___u .__.._______ 87.28 l"vI Hwlndi'l lalior on mad, .. .7ft) |In K: of WW railway Cor of A NW W I II UunrUr A of HW 'nuarl-r
I of N
judice his hearers against them-pro- should get the best in social and spirl- (} W Aldi-rmun .I..nln. 880. coupon l n.n Itorro KIW for truck .- ____ 1.7H of 8W Quarter Half'. ofHW
county h.nd. _,-_.__.........._ 28.00A W I. JohnH Inbor, on Connnr brldifA U.75 H 11".r, 811.) Tp. 8. 8. 22$ sa 1 A for rhurtk..
bably to offset in a measure the bad I I tual training along with their mental The Dlffereno' A Diirdon ,Icy ..1 HiimpUinThenMyiaroad Hank of Htarko pay. nil) for road) m Unknown.CVrtlllcnl. It (, 10 aorM, .. I

effects the incriminating! revelations j J! and bodily development. This can not A genius CUD no more help bring a Bradford- County. -----li--frclKlit--------.-.ahovelB ---- 18B.02 j 11Ilt.1!: C'olinly; 'Hank. --cay;) mil-l- -for- -road-, -1 271) '. Nn. 88 cmhrncn BK Uuartrr fi ..
on NW
of the klan's doings at Mer Rouge, be done unless a suitable place is provided '' genius than a crllz.JUall .can help being __- -'--.-., ------- 88.28 I i-fiuum', '__ ._- _... ___. 8280 unrt'N quarter.......1 S.C.Unknown.12. Tp. 7. 8. H. lIP R. 4.
I Hank of drayaifo, Mhovela and I tJ W A nI. Jr. liaa oil ) ...uok"I".h. ., V
on .,.
La., is having on the public mind just on the campus. The need is crazy. It just happens Mint when Ilml.r-I'-rh.. (I C Hweat -. _._._._ Hill. ).HI 1 ._u _-.no.. ._. 1.0 of(HW. tMnrtvr.No. Si 101 IB mhrncm'P. It. NK Oiiariiv

now. extreme and all right-thinking and for the genius .Iot', what he roiiMlili-m' a W I U Fowler work on road. _.-_._.__ H Ill D.r.mhrr &. 1112 40 ...., ami.*,) Hnmili'l. 'W. Hrown.H. R. 20 II ,
I) K Hodirc-n work on ._... 8.0U)) A A i Miunnn| triwlvo' muvtlnir.)
1".I.n
smart Ililint. It Is wmnrt ; but11..n. the r.d .., _,_ ,.__ __, ._ Cortltlcalo' No. 148 rmlirarra H of 8W
"Col. Simmons introduced Dr. Rid- ward-looking citizens of the state will 1) W Crfilnon work on .HI ._ 7.80Ittddick )) )1IIIe) | |161| .00W tlu.rt.T. tt.c. II, Tp. 8, O. I,1.
poor crii,,1'1 nmii, ,|<,.... hl, IH-MI /a turns Thum. work on road ..____n S.OO) K '"",, KHiifinia ,.u.le mnotlnu, anMi.ni> ) A. II. A Iv..... It 21 ) .0"
; ley the "Supreme Lecturer, who support a movement 1 coking to the .Ilia. 1II14IJJ.' 121512 ___ _. ) .
; nit 'o 'In. (.....111.1Jlmn"' '. Mixuhl! work on rnnd u 4.AO)) .n .-- 4.01 ( .. No. 187 vmhrarpa Quarterof
denouncing erection of this building for which the : J I 1'arriah work on road _. .__, ._ J. C' I'on* .xiMiiHit trual4H nuwtlnif .! gn.rt.r. A.... 17. ,.. NJ
,j made a most impassioned speech ( Ortiincr a. 1921 IK.II IIII4I2A'' I2I5I22 '_ '_ .-____._ $10.00 40)) aerm- a.n It possible more vehemently Faculty and Students of the University A J labor on Stark A Sander- N Wynn. labor on nil at MoKlnnuy '.
( rllllr.l.) No. ,
{uw.r. ___ hrldif _ __.__ ___.__ 228.Inn ami .mh... SW Quarter
son .___._._____ 8.00 h nf
;r.. than his superior has done the are praying." To Sto *a Cough Quick A A )nl'n. .' expt-nne. -- truntee mec-tlnif, .1. Kiui haullnu', ) Inml.. ._.__.... 1 oo' N. NF It.tluarUr 22 K.,* 2511&lula l. 1834 SPC. Hi. T..

?( II I Ise take. HAYES' HEALING HONEY* BI8I22. 111111(22) ( ._______________._ 8.00 Junk Wynn. ,lattor on HnmiHion, City mad 8./1)) Mfg. C,,. '0. a.s.opiJ M.r.
,
a W K: TorodiexpenMv truatire meetlnir. i I Wadu) W..o. lubor on CIty
; TO PARENTSThe cough medicine which stops the cough! by | 11)111124| | )) ",.,.1' ._- --, bY""n. .1.111)I l l of Ci-rtlllrata) Nn 21)2 mihraera NW Q".I.
----- UK quarter. 26.
I healing the Inflamed and Irritated J. expi-nH : 4.01. T McRvitr haulirnr linnlifr and rw- f.. Tp. 8. 1. I. U M.
tissues. .I'f1.22c \ 40 nuivn. *...,
.r.i;; aM Unknown.
\'f brlduoii _. ._.. __ H.00
| ) 91| Ill '811.))) polln. .
'. need of A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE A Ounli-n: :1. -:_.:::::::::::-- 4.111: I| l.i,., ( : adv. for llnhiui .14,.e..llon. ahall) I IK n>d,.. .4anciirillnic >
greatest today our public SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and Andn-w ) labor LnwUiy and I )bilk ).I.If'nrn"T, : 'O.nce. | M <).10( ) In. .d) will Uml tharw.

stopped up? schools is a worthy co-operation Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of Hal'ord 'rl".. ...._____ .___.__ 1.80. j I U C; A A ."', ,. N..v.nh.. .. .. nol, ) ) on Wltn'h.,JIb i. t.ilny. itlTlcliil nf rt-bruary..I..n.".A. I.,)1021.sad tlva I

with the teachers on the part of the HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve'should Bill) Th..nln. -."h.... _r"1_ __!*.. .n.lu.1_.u_ 3.78 'I Iliilf Jk" .Muir M ror.' Co.: fur lpl.lciIia Nov.'nl. for ia.20: 'In. 11th day o( January.< A. I)..ID! n.J. ). .,

MENTHOLATUM be rubbed on the chest and throat Ury KvddUh labor l.awti-y A ReltorIroe. I IEllory rnirr olfico __, .. 212J ) W. ALIJ :(MAN.
parent. __.. .__ "'.1 Cli-rk (.I."lt C.t.
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup ) -- 8.00 II Crew. brl.lu lumlwr 2H 42 ,., .
laliiir .;; I M AlvarffV' cuntrnot rttpntrfnic) bridge, ( .n'y. Fta.
Good folks who send childrento )
it. I
k1uickly clears you The hnallnit .If"""" of Hares' Healing Money In- HIthI' .______;jT 1.00 I and fl! W..k ...._uu__ 80.00) Ily c. A. KNII'r.
schoo, please consider 'carefully old. Ilia tbroat combined with) the Denims effect! of 1.1 ) ) labor I.awU-y and Ital-) | I I II .., lund labor on MIHdli'liiirv !1-U.f.l-a.l. : ) __ f''p.l. :I.*.
urovn% a O-Pca-Trata Salve through tbo 01 H..I.11... .,. .__. __ -
.
what follows. in [wrcft .! .._..--__...._... 2.80 I IIlrndford rond h .h 228 NOTICE: ,
My one purpose the akin Bonn atopc a couith. County Teleirrah bill hi-adfl, I' O.er Inbor on Mlildli'buric / FINAL DI.SCIIAKCK

writing it Is to help you understand Both ...medl". ire packed la one carton and the blip hcaila and dooil. blanka u_____ 88.00 roml) 1..lokl.no ._____ .___...- 128'Harry Notice) I. him 0lvn to all whom It n..
cost of lha combined treatment to lISc. I. tHe situation clearly. The, state hires Just ask druggist for HAYES' .fami-il l wta labor on road) _-----..-- .- 12.78 I I A Hnnii, labor on Long llrliluv and) ll IU2II. I .h.1 apply. the llonorahl R. A. J
a your .
I tog $1 labor on ___ ____ 1.28 New Klvor n.Bd) ___ .... .- 18.00 (Inutn, j.,. .aid court a. Jinln. of prolu. I f
naWeak teachers to help you the great workof HEALING HONEY.)!; J l"w.n on..0 __u__ H.28Kwldick ) I J C: .<;, road! Hnl) bridge' $In..I.n.h for my flnnl r illnclinrK0, an mln.IfilMlraUir::: of MM.l.l
tr 1.1..1 .0 .. .. _____ _____._. -. of a ). ,
< I luk
'
fitting your children for the most ) '!" I .on -______ 780*) I II C I.. u .m ilwaaiirdl and that at
_. _. .I I
tint 1
-.11 I Willie) Hrown 'labor on Illuhlnnd mail 1.76Kdily lamn tlm I will pn.aent my Snalllflla **
useful citizenship. Receive them into REPORT;; or OF nitADPOKIt THE ROAKU OK HOND THII8TfKH If K .Mii' labor) ;;; mail: =_::::::-?-- 8:78Kllery ) : 1".n 101.. on Ih"hl."o rond 8.78 an ailmlnl.trHlnr' of aald ratat. .
COUNTY. FLA. on mad _. ___ 228J ) ll ( labor on 'Kal- auk for their ..p.ov.l.JONA'fN. .
hearts FOR 'I'hom. / .t.n Lw"
your as helper ; and never per SIX: MONTHS'" ENDING .
H I.'r on I ---l___ 8.110) twirl ) ? M. PUKES.) ,
1., 10
Jb mit yourselves to work against themin DECEMBER 81. ill. .1 ft .In I.,,on mail*) .______u_. 7.RO A H Ifarley 'h, ,lo. rrpair"bi.rk.; and) I IJ8.0t.1d Almlnl.trat.r. '
Joe PnrrlHh lnlM.r ..n mail ..._____. 4.00 Lawley roail _u___ __ .__ $1.71 Ilatad) Drcrmbcr 8th A. D. 11122.MASTKR'H .
Back ii..MrI. the least. Every "knock" you give General' Hoed Fund W / 1..1 labor on mad __ __ 8.no 1 J O Orm-n lubor, hnullnu nnlla and -- -

the teacher hurts Keeelpta' ( I C..lon nalla .--._.__ ______ 1.V8 briilite ..,..I.ln" ..- .. __ 1342 BAtH
your own children July 8. received from -Ernent Am,... nalary. and laclilentala,' for I'orter Hni.. New Itlver bridue lumber .
worse than it does the teacher. The auto tax ?-_________.h_______ 219.84 Hnptember .. 81.80) _-.______-- ..- -_ 'U.<') Nolle. l I. liarvliy. e'v.n that un,'"-. and W
Mildred Pipkin, of July. 8. received from \&., W. n....... J A Miirvan ---Cove---lloail- -) 12:Kit:: M I" Itrown -,-. ... lumlier ._...___ -118.00 vlrtun of that ..r.ln final ilcrrr* of fon-ckv
II degree of help 'that the teacher can road tax .__.___...___._____ 9HH.6H J H A".n dl''ij .) labor repairing fl 'Ihomaa b.d... repair on Sampson' u.. mash by th, iu.hir. of the Eighth JurilcM
ii R. F. D. 8, Columbia, Tenn., Au.. 10. received from E. ..... ___ I __ __. Clrnnit' of
W. n. briiluea ______..:_....... 4.80"li ) City road u -- 160Anthony Florida. In chancery ilttlnir. In OM
U : "My experience with give you depends almost altogether on I taxea. .-,_.---__-,_.._.____.. 818.60 ,. lloaler) lalior Allluator' farlilue ___ 2.0(1() lloyd. brldicv repair on Hamp- .I.ul court for Hradfonl county _
aye how act towards her; Let call Au.. 17. received. from E. W. H.,.... KdiU': )Hrown A Klnunley win City: road .-.--.,.-_____._ ISO .t day of December. A. D. /o.lda.
q .. Cardul has covered a number of you me t.... ...___...__.__.__.__.... 2.80 labor 1'1_ _....-______..ro.t 2.28 fluy Wllkernon labor )Harapaon City road) mop of Empire Lumber Company, to*
to your earnest attention some of the Oct. 6. received from E. W. Hayea. WIll). Drown Lawtey )Klninley roallabor anil, Miilmee. ...____._.____u < 81 tlon. .. and a.. cnrpne
yean. Nineteen years ago lane .-_,____.......?..._. 1.70 __.__..__h_______ Dan JenklM 'labar M lrn.> road ___ *.28K later Jr...m.r..n.nt.and S. J.against $ J. Jtejr.
I got down with weak back. I things you need to do if you want Oct. 14. received from Atlantitf Envlneerlnic flan Lewla) Lawtvy road 2.2 : A SmIth labor on M-ln_ road) I 1.6") wlfo. aa defcndanta.' Mr. Kedater Jr. lea

.1 children to the Construction Co., refund Inhor _____.__..Iln.h.1_ .. _... 8.00' K M I ... and repair roail-- 8.41)1(
get largest Ihe
good .
1 I wu run-down and so.weak and your on auniiliee. _____..._._._.__.__ 7.50 Drew Co office .___ _?__. 18.88 ltI.U' Hank lumlier (i HMweat / un.I.n.. ae .. m.... _
.u"pll. n oiler for
I bad to stay In bed.I I from the teacher and the school, Nov. 14. received from K. W. Ha1l_. J H Itltch Duvaleminty _.__.?_ _... .._._ 47.94 Hlarke front of th conrthouie, .
trvous taxea .__.__.__.-.... ._.____.. 145.82: meetinir* ._ ., __ __. ._ __ 8.00* R H 'fh.m.. 'labor and) hauling M.I. durlnir the. bl h.u.. of Hale m
I read of 1. Send your children livery day Nov. 33. received. from B. W. Hayeweneral J If Mc
possible. Practically each day 1.... :; ___.-.-._-_._____ 181.17 mad .,.?. .__.._.__. .__._. 16.00 Iu. the hliihrat and be.t bidder or caah, MM
.some 0.'.. 4. received. from E. W. Hayea.eneral A A Durden pay roll Hampton A The- Total) di.bur. m.nl. .,..J)221.2 followlna dvecrlhed real _'.1.. .Ituatod >
new light It thrown on difficulties in uxea _...____ ._____498.74 Is... road d._.___ _____ I. H.1 KM-apltulaUon belnif In Hradforil C4iunty Florida., to-witf .4
W Harrell lumber New Hope brldica .lun 80) IU22 to ami on hand 51)1l.O14 l ) Northeait ({uarter of Sou thru t Quartw.if .
FI some of the lessons. If your childrenare Total reecipta -------.-. ..__.___2609.78 1 Malphur labor on llrooaer brlilKa) a.2 Ikie. 51. II K. t roeiflpU2 cARDUIian absent, their work for the next day IMebureementa ::Unvllle labor on New Hop bridge:: 18.18 1 UI.hu.m.n" .._ 82242 log 40 ... more or 1_. I
July. 8. m> November 7. III .. bal 407K.87 A. Z. ADKINq.
will be more difficult, ariU the experience A A Durilen .......... .ru.t.. meetlnv. Ou.l.n expenae true!** meetlna. I t t _. K. M JOHNS. 8.ec.l, | _.
41| ,_,78| -- --------... ____..__ too 1117122' 8.00 11. ) Solicitor for lStIK M.
9101.S3 U02.8
II is repeated several times J C C..n.. ......... t........ mln. W K T .rode)- .npi *: Am.I.ln.nt
*'18. 78| .. __...__. ; ;;; hand .
your children are in real danger of .J. 10.00 1117)22) 8.00 Jan. I I. 112. t amt on 4'178.& MAATER'ft HAI.B
Woman's W. E. Toroileexpma. t....... meetinin J. '*:'. Cone. -. HONK FUND Notice .
hi-reby
The eiv
Tonic becoming discouraged. 1'18.'I SiB .- ..-....._.__._...... 880 11'7l22' ) .j'i.; LOS I.lp" virtue of. certain n Anal that un..r and .
J H Rltah sap Wanl lettina- ._. 8.10 M K Hrown premium bond of J C Jun. 27. 1U22 aalo of d. of ro
II and sent for it. I took only one eg 2. Ask your children quite often as i K II Thomu brid. and r.p Con------------on 46.00 l bonds ...''0.000.01.. ..84 I.S4l4l.OIi o""u. made and entered on -eember A*
D.J brid.,... ____ ; ; Io'.O'I: alxivi ; :: : 1H32. he rtnnnrable A. V. Lonv. .ludice of ,k.
at that time and It helped to their difficulties etc. 21.50 C A Futch) ) and Incidental for on -- IH.I.IH.31
l bottle progress, A A IMnleVi'pay roll TDereniV'roiidrr October r_h___.__ i __.__ 8200O : A..aat I. 'U2 Circuit r..ur In anil for ".Mon Iln'..
--
I]II me; seemed to strengthen and putting yourselves thus into their .Iaa. JyooJ' mad work ______._ fH. A Collinji salary brt"lK. repair. __ 81.72 R..I..d$ (rm L.tl fltat (lankIntervat J'lolr.., certain ... wh..ln Jokej.
M deliveringTrailer Rd R *. Tallahamee ____ l .._; DUO la and' Adolph flivw.ner.
I S"t.nl / from Net expense to ) 22.M8 on em..ln.nt
Fl'I" build me right: up. So that Is schools lives will work wonders in ,. ..__ .___.,. 10.no J H Hitch .. joint) m.Un") of. .UpUnilxr t. 1(21 anil hi. .. Iu.hn" a. .fc*
how I first knew of Cardul. spurring them on to worthy achieve 8 J Prmentt rep bridvea __ ._u.__ 8,m) uval. Clay and Bradford) eountien at MWIvwl from lh. Hank ofBtarka fendanle. the undi-raliineil
ml Dfjll Stern Hroe. b.ld. lumber ..___... 8 111 Jacksonville .________.-___._. &..20E parryIng ohancMi rfturnail by thHanov nfl,) will. acli for canh to the hlKhrat :1:
= After that when I bean: to ment. Don't plead that you haven't C A Futch ..1.1 June anil Inclden"rexirnrd H Matthewa ,ap.n.. Joint meetlnir of .r National Bank _____ 42.07 lildder. In front of the courthouse .
and 'no account' I UDil3 t.al. _________________ Uuval.) Clay and urrorl countlea at H.pt..t.r I*. Itl2birorwt Htarke, Bradfonl. .n', ... Florida, on M.n.I.
get weak a time. You find time for the thlnglldt'em'ed atari,. T.Isphon. to.. phna 1.7 Jaakxmvllle _____.____n_._n_ Lao on .._. L.w"1 Htal. the 8th of ..b..r.) A. D. 1194::1.:) durlnit t.
sent n"M for Cardui, and It important enough 'to demand County '. notice o? J H Kitch expenae Stale Farm roadnnetlnir Hank .. ._._. -JInunmt n. 24.8 legal' hnur .. for tfie "u,,_. of ,.. *
brtilw l.tUn. ._.________ 8.'_ ) ..___.___........ ._ a.1) on dcpoalt I. .. 'BUU tying. pall final decree, the following, real !ci.
never failed to help me. In your time, and deep down in your J C Green braise lumber, nel and 1 labor 'I rI E M Cpleman I.b. StMrke Kiniraley Bank _. .-. 88.84 tate Bradford ", Florida towlttBifflnninv
'f weak and suffering I \ -.-___?. "-.?. Lake and made __.__.__ 9.00 |nt.r,.t on nVpoalt Jlampton 8talHank at the e"Routheaet comer of North-
you are heart you know that the niost impor- DeWItt C Jonea nalla u_ ... ._'- 814'1 I C B 1.r.kl.n"Mll.U.hu., h .., .. Klnoeleylake ____________ ._..__ __ 102.50Int.r.at cant quarter of Reetlon and ran Wwc
from womanly ailment Cardu O S Kelly .0.1 1._.__ !_ '!_. 1".O' tl'.II.bu.or, mail ........ 21.00 on dopoelt) Hank .f Hlarke 1110.1 1118 feet thi-nce North N thence r...
W O G. lumber __ 1 Thomaa lumi.., and 'ntereet depoeit flrailford County tt
need. tlabltual conitrpatfon cured -- I./ R H repal- on 1198 feet them South 1839 .
what h.uln.
be Just you Lewis' *. .__ .___._ ._ t a polvt
gg may In 14 r. .0.1 u.u.- Cardul. It has helped IiI to 31 Days hi: ire Tllden "d __. _.._ [ M It 'Newman Sling aw .__ .____ ) T.w..hlp (
u. Take -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a 8p eciaapreparedSyrupTonicLnxa.Lvs ,- Wil Iff road work ............._____ 4.60'i' Onear on Total _____..___.___.._ !&* 1.lh. Ranir. 22 Kaat contalnlntf 40 acre*
thousand, and ought to help Adklna labor and n.11 repalrin road SI.lekl.ne. ___u__..___ ____MI..I.bu"_._.__.__ Ol.ha.n' 4.789.2 m"r or ..
for Ua 6.8 .
bitaa'Constipation. brldifee -....-. __________ I Ralford Strickland lalior, on June 17. 1921 The nbnve dMCrlbed lanila) to b old M-
IIlIa It relieves promptly "but W E Torodo nalU ..?._____.__. 1.0.. road Mlldl.bu"____ 10.0 ItcwI.t.ring and Inaurinic bon I you.At all druggUts' and dealers** should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dnyi _'W.ln.r.ht Bon brd. lumber J H Wll1am'iaboTViiark"'and"La wwy l 15(10. Ohio .......,.?.. 4.47 Land Hank. of Columbia. S. ., for MM '
to induce regular action. It Stimulate*and rvlTW.IUrfu1/1'* ',on brd. road ......-._.._._.__-__.*__ LOS July 8. 0922 aunt of IHOO.UO. and dated Jun I!. 1AIH.I .
e Co.. .. >. B. KNIIillT.Special .
if" __ Raiford, Strickland labor on Bank of interval July
t8imm g:,,: .:; R wal". Very Pleasant toTaki>> 60t Town of .. >ro rate ?road and ,1"1 .__...__.______Mltdl.bu"____..- 1.10 1. 1911 St.k.. .______.__._-..82SO.OH Slam).. In Ch.n... .
:r J I per bottle. bridge tax __.________.?_, .. .,. .labor tool* chimney brae* Bank of 8t rk.. InUnat coupoM July K. K. PERRITMAN.

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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA' FKIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1923.
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I country. the speakers for the occasion here Monday. Dana
Rev. Powell's subjects for next Sun- Rev. R. E. Burke will preach at the

................ Grace be 'Eternal'
: Held an important day at church will Methodist cuhrch next Sunday. Lake Butler guest of his cousin,
s citrus field meet- Life" in the morning, and "Ringingthe Mrs J. W. Hagan and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dowling.

Monday. Joy Bells" in the evening. Evans were visitors at the SCutu Tuck Andrews left
Eaturday for
It The Epworth League, which will Farm Sunday) I Jacksonville to be at the bedside of
precede the evening services, will be Mrs.\ D. W. Moore and children were
kept busy, inoculat his brother, R. J. Andrews, who in In
/ poultry /flocks. led by Louis Black, the subject being guests of her parents Mr. and !Mrs. St. Vincents hospital
I "Faith." David Jones, Sunday.
\, D. I. Blumo 1 is able to be out again
1 The first refrigerator car of atruw- The Boosters Club held their
regu-
L................... (' two carloads of after his recent illness.
;_ farmers and attended berries was loaded here Monday, with lar meeting at the city hull last Monday \ Leon Shaw, of Union City, was a
4 the prospect of loading several cars evening. Much interest and enthusiasm -
three local
of eoun- visitor here Sunday.
,i, ,..1 bureau. by the end of the week. was manifest. A committee ..
'i PLANT HOARD ( :/ I The Ladies Aid Society of Grace was appointed to arrange for 'the \, .
P I.f GROWERS OF church met at the home of Mrs. Cath- installation of a canning factory here : -
( SWEET woman reports a erine Teare Thursday evening. Those that nothing be wasted. This will bea Only Partially 'Informed."It .
: .& from a flock of Is fronf history that we must
present were Mesdames J. II. Moore thing for our town as it will
great!
+ ;:;: The flock was culled learn to Judge the future" remarkM
Arc you going G. W. Brown, J. II. Carrodine, W. II. furnish employment for the inhabi "
given for its man- the serious citizen. "Yea, replied the
plants Into the states county agent. Edwards! R. R. Thede, A. A. Smith tants. Its railroad facilities and fertile observer: "but every day's news r*> I,,
4'' I. f I and South Carolina I M.\ E. ] Edwards J. T. Moore, C. Y. soil is obliged to make it a sue minds us that history Is not yet con* ipiste. r
I r you want them to Mayor, W. I. Powell and W. J.:Black t-ens. The club appointed a second I ."
I co-operation: with tho
tion promptly, you Refreshments were served. committee to arrange for a bi ; oyster I.
} efforts, 218 farmers,
the regulations of and business men The ladies of the Baptist W. M. U. supper at. the hall next Monday .Colds; Cause unp! ana influenza
In order to do thiH I sand trees will serve oysters Friday afternoon night.H. LAXATIVE! !!:BROMO QUININE TiblM3 TemSve the
y I"i, nary to have: pear beginning at 5 o'clock at the store of H. Hall was transacting business cai! o. There la only ono "?:->r"Qutalr*.'' .
Mrs M. E. Edwards. in Starke t. W G OVE'S Blo"""'-nO bet Sm."
.< 1. The field Tuesday.
;t I t(; wing for indications F. II. Long'of Starke, was transacting J. R. Hodges has been a recent visItor -
planting is near- Cures Malaria, Chills,
'If! disease.i I business in Lawtey Friday. to the seat.
.county
!i I i'. \t 2. ,The banks I! at Citrus full capacity.packing hous- Julius Eunice, of Lake Okeechobee, 666 md Fever, Dengue or

a -t tions of black rot of 1 spent Sunday with hie family here. FIVE MILK Bilious Fever.

4 j!, r a 3. The beds l a 20-acre cot-
t i'
)) I plants have sprouted. at Baldwin IIAMPTON
If no disease! is supervise all by L. I Five Mile, Feb. 2.-T. D. Proctor I JOHN WHITE& .

V '.-/ .I ing requirements : :/ : :/ : of the Flor- Hampton, Feb. 2.-The strawberry and daughter, Miss Ruby wens weekend LOUISVILLE, KY. tt :i.j uIablhbtinlet N

3 ;J The need bedded must cvontrolling the boll growers and truck farmers are very I guests of his sister, Mrs. P. P. ? was inspected, in the much pleased with their crops. Every Dekle. Llb.nol..ortm.nt (.r:,, .. .
"C// by the inspectors of day large shipments are being. Mrs. Lucy Williams and sister, Miss Full Y.lu yaldor .nd"iJt .. ,.'
:,e ,. / beard.i .. made. Mae Duke, visited relatives and iJt
county farm bu friends in Lake Butler and Raw
Friday
i, 1. Cull out all Mrs. O. llaynes plucked a ripe, rosy
a paid secretary to FursA
y Jij', 'I',y' ed tubers before agent and to look cheeked peach front her tree Monday Saturday. ,--
I. 3 2. Disinfect all Mrs James Williams and children
; business. and reports that the tree.has a nice I TONIC
of bichloride of i crop of full grown peaches.Mrs. of Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and ,
Grove's Tasteless" chill Tunic restores
,' k{it 1 utes. Use 1 ounce of ;;-a-vegetable truck I W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville,I!I Mrs. John Williams. Energy and Vitality by Purifying nn.1

(A gallons of water. from Green Cove to is the guest of her ''mother, Mrs. Elsie I Mrs. D. I. Blume and Miss Jose- Enriching the Blood. When you feel its

'1: I 3. If old frames vegetables, anti Sparkman ,this week. ,I'hine' Blume were\ guests of Mrs. B. strengthening,invigorating effect see howIt
( must be disinfected all kinds of pro- IVim. W. B. Roper, of Louise, was the 1. Duke and Mrs. Lacy Williams Sunday brings color to the cheeks and howit
r a strength of 1 pint' farmer. guest of relatives and friends here improves the appetite, you will then
a water. : this week. Oren and Kirk Dekle spent Sunday appreciate its true tonic value..
i. I") 4. Seed to be W'fEY Mr. and Mrs. Evans and children, with Zell and Van Dukes. 1 Grovo's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply

J which no sweet : of South Carolina, are guests of Mrs.D. Elder |J. R. Dukes and Mr. Signor, Iron :an* Quinine suspended In syrup. So ,
I grown or bedded. (: 2.-Dr. and \Mrs. W. W. Swindel. of Gainesville, were here on business pleasant even children like it. The blood
I I 5. In the case of I : have been spending The program rendered at a union last week. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
'. I Enrich It* Destroys Malaral! and
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r manure from at/ck'tha with Mr. end Mrs. service in Starke Sunday, Jan. 14th, Mr. and 'Mrs. Shepard Dukes spent I germs
Grip germs by Is: Strengthening Invll r.
on sweet potato tubers left last week for a consisting of short talks solos, quar- Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bar- : Mind Effect :,0-1.
K5' t i [1/ not be UMcd. In any / before returning tettes and chorus by children will be

'f nure must not be South Orange, N. J. given at the city hall tonight at 8 -
;: used for covering the of Starke was at o'clock. This entertainment will be
:? It must be I in town on Thurs- given under the auspices of the Boos- /

:- t quarantine against ter club of Hampton. It is free and
l, .; sweet potato plants \ of Watcrouk, visited everybody cordially invited to attend.F. .

.. areas infested, with the Jesse Reddish, this E. Henry and son, Eugene were '
weevil Is still in force. visitors to Jacksonville this week.

I If the above Ralph E. Blanchard Mrs. M. L. Watterson was shopping) -- .
i! '\. complied with, i.b their home in Fort in Starke Tuesday. = -
b r sued by the state plant a week here Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker and Miss
I' ', \:; ida. If It Is desired to ( Rev Blanchard sup Geneva Baker, were business visitors
: : 1 to Mississippi appli ) the Baptist church .--
must be made to the
[ and for the -
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4; I.. of Mississippi\ I

it j"' Mississippi permits t f'P' of Starke, spent
f, 1 ments into South with friends.

;, ". u Y secured from the the Baptist church
f ; Commission, Clemnon at the home of
'j"Ij 1 I The state plant There was quite FprdsonYou
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I will place its ( : : and considerable .
c: I v a posal. of plant growers, ( after which
:) inspections may be ) ;; served.

t, ". furnish, further : of Waldo, spent .
;? quest. Requests for with his mother, Will Want Your. '
r .,' bo made in ample time .

\, arrangements may be I returned here last Fordsori Tractor Early_

.d W. hn inspector for the where she spent
,d tato plant growers are relatives.

( themselves of the of her. daughter, Everything points to the greatest"shortage of Ford products this; year' that has

v' I pdthe Plants"Florida must plant be good : ever existed. Never before has the demand been so great. .
\Y. ; of Starke, spent
,her mother Mrs. You will want a Fordson Tractor early-here is one product you cannot wait
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f. BURNING THE for when1 the weather
HARM THAN :/ opens up you will need it.'t :

TROLLING:/ ; BOLL ) in is :Melrose.spending You will want it for plowing. seeding, cultivating all your workAlready .

"Burning over the daughter Fran- it has proved the greatest help to profitable farming that has'ever been offered

'4 advantage whatever In R., were R. Thede the ,guests Sun to you. And at $395 f f. o., b. Detroit the price is low.that you lose money 1
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t. mon the boll Newell weevil! of the," says # everyday you are withouta Fprdson. To get delivery you must order

,!. experiment, station. relatives in early:

t, ably destroys an many of Maxville was There are no reserve stocks among our deaers-! <: >ur production capacity, greatas
er's friends as it does of
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S he continues. "Insects Saturday. it is, will not enable us to build up a reserve. ,
was called I
,$! parasites of the boll last week on ac It must be a case of "first come, first served"! and the only way in which you
the fire and
stroyed by
t + offsets the few boll of her mother, can protect yourself is ,to list your order with a Ford Dealer immediately.By i
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L j In Florida it is said visited. relatives in taking advantage of 'our dealer's first opportunity to make a delivery t

r the majority'of winter are weevils those" that of Starke fill you will be assured of having your Fordson when you need it. '

at Evergreen Bap .
in Spanish moss on '
up trash and rubbish In of Highland, was a Ford Motor Company, Detroit, Mich. i
perhaps a good measure .
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\ + oral .agricultural of Wateroak, was 4 4i 1;

in town Satur- t

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and 'son, Leslie,, t
with relatives.
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MOTHER! \

Alvarez and I r rJNw 1
visited rela: + e
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Sunday.
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CHILD'S Highland was in I
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M. Blanchard Mr.
Blanchard W. A. 'f"l''
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Blanchard Misses ,l''J

iIIEI "California Fig Blanchard, Mr. e uul'

., were visi- I.

; .',,,- Child's Best | sand Starke on *

here by the
1 P Even if cross, feverish, Day. There {
':i,. 4, tipated or full of cold, the Club house be- I
the "fruity" taste of .
A s I, Hy rup." A teaspoonful| Rev. Cramer, 0 : A
clean the liver and bowel Boyer will be {
,,t, hour you can ico for J. ANDREWS R.
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thoroughly it works all I ) No' Affect .l>.. Heed:: DEALER 't
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d food and I nasty bile out of .
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and bowel, and you have I Tab.M.' ee>ct....i taken FORD FORDSON t,

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KLUX CHIEF AT l'OJn'IYEIlS: newspapers. Ho SAid that 'nobody A A Harden vxpvniia niortlnK. DoWllt O Jonon ____ .
tU"O W Andrew
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111,1. For
MI, 22 SCORES ASPIRIN 8.00 ronmimpra aI
I'KESS Lbr lima .
j knows who we ore or what we are. .1 I C Cono axpimiio truatva mootlnif, M J Alvniw ( 6 hrlilKa ato ,I I ..I..hl on Kovernmenilfeupiiliii, -__. 74.00
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He said they were not interefcringf H'l' 23 d.OO Ktarka and R.lr..1. m..t ___...... KurrowH and oil UU.. .
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W K Taroilv expi-nnu triulvti miHitlnir, i 8 SHIM', mud work ___.____ I. W naa --- .-. ;2.14 I'C
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Quoted an Saying That "New Jr
paperJ! with anybody's religion, and yet he H'l.'Z 8.00 Jim (irliTIi brldiiii ami ruad work And.w. irua "nd.1 __ T.20

Were Lying Sheet and NewspaperMen I launched a tirade against the Catholics Say "Bayer" and Insist! C. July A' Kutch.HnlHry nntt. i ';II .i, i-T ("ov. mad ____.___..______._ ... 1..1. C" ThompHon Htarka, pay ol>"lnUin. aurvey on bonda__.__. 500.00".00 ")

81.75 J .. Simmon _______._________ : Neir, _
Low Down :Scoundrels; andUltra" and tho Jews said they were J II Ki-lly rlllnif oil Santa Fa river .. 62.011: O W plpn I I Collinii aulary 27 ilnyn July ___.. .._ l'fll.l'l: .
; .1 XVainwrlitbt A Son brldiie 112 dnya July ._..
C Civwa briilun lumlu-r ...... .1"1 u. 8N.7Q
-Col. Willinm.. J. SIninionij' the negro best friends, yet charged K H Thoman rond work ....._-_ 87.S1; ><> 0. U Monrnn Inlmr on road and :ol.ll.n. .1. .. on Into.t coilMin| > I
Slurkc .
I''w pnirr 104.AS and LawU-y_? _____ I JlIV. N"t.n.1 -__. .... 4J 07
"Emperor, and Rev. C. A. the e. .IVI.I.. -- W I (
Ridley negro soldiers with being pikersin ConNiimnni lumber and It MoKinnvy 1.1.1 on "" Heplemher I. 1HJ2

"Supreme Lecturer,' Delivered Ad- the war snid, that klarmmnn ui.il. I.umb.. ____,-. 1.HO brlditn ._ __.. .____ .__.-____ !I I .Aid." (:bounty Hank |iay .1 8lat
; every ttoud ____ __.
Su-rn Itron lumlwr _. an.iiil" Carl (Jrinm 'liibnr on mud und brldtro, i 102 h ..___ 60.00
tlrcs8t'li. touk an oath over the Bible and swore t W Anilrewa hllh.>r and 1.11..-- 8.U5 K Morunn lubin* un mnd nnd brliluo i I 1112 I of. Starke. _! n roll dlalii Aid roud >
WVhll A S.n oniir II A W Drew Co offlrc mi|>|> : .. 0,71
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allegiance to thexflug, and that he .11'1'1 1.11 MUMO l.. 1..w. gn> .. itato aid road
iHlwr on _____._ Inbnr on mid I .i
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rowd liiwtoy '
Fort was better citizen than, other I 1..0 1.11 r on 7.60
Myers Jan. a -
:.w.-l"ort !Myers any "". Inlwr on road .._. A.7A llronker; lldw nftd \I-o-; : ; ; tinrngo Bull and oil aUte aid

is in the midst qf a visit or a visitation Hnm in Fort Myers; that they attended Itiili l.fMvli. labor on rond ......- 1.51 for Hmokvr brlduv- ... ... ._____ mnd K Klckllter ll>2 -' .. .. I

as some express it, from the supreme to their owrf business and saw C Junurnilffttt 8 Krlly Inlior liibnr on rond on mud__ --. 1.S1 8.71 W..k.-IUeh WOhln."n co n.>.I.'iuiha. _J.kr1______ ._ I mud 102 ... aulnry-____..__ .in.J' .ofTic.._*. 42.6S

organizer of the Ku Klux to it that others attended to theirs; I J JriH F(Pornylli'rant* .Ilbu.. h"nbp.on rond--..._-___ 1 .1.I! .H Suiip L.IH.Inbor, "ln.and Want '.." I 10.1 A Collina.ina ...1"-_.___aa.iel.Ant_. _'_....-engineer-.__.. 128 00 .,:

Klan. Following hard upon the arrival that to become a klansmun one must A Diuilon nnila --_.---.-.--.... IUI road --.- .-___ .. _. ... ..___ ._ .. I I ." ..h.1 engineer roiid, lOil ___. 101.71
I .1 (' Cono road and brliluo InHIH M I U Lpynn lubor Umokur and O.t.b.. 8. IK21
of the Emperor of the Invisible be white u Gentile an American, A I A A ... rond ..... .1 Knmkcr _..__n_ of tftnrke puy .. aurvey road
Empire, Col. William J. Simmons and Protestant anil a gentleman. "I 11.1'1 pay, .1 ratn work rond and QU.OI ( J S"u"Crowa I."c.InUir Hiitoktr brluVn brnlut I .No, 1 .. ... __.I... .......... 77,00
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his )'wife, who came ostensibly to- rest IT.brl.h" tax II ll!I .n- 172.88 C N Hhnw ,Inhiir llrohi-r hrldui --.. u- i County Hunk liny ..1 .u.uJ
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of .". pro rnt" road and J 1> Itaxtrr lulHir nnd nmtt'ilal lli<, II nmd Nn. I _u__ -____.__ 64.75
and recuperate in the balmy air of THE ST.\TE.U I\'EnSITY tax .1021 brldu. -.. ._____. ._'_________.._ I,Andrew. Jr., ga. and oil nmd NoI
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Fort Myers, and to visit the C. W. 1 nlt'sa! yon BOO UIA namo "Baym" onrnukafro He".1 Innurnnea on Konl ear ..._ 11.20 C A.1 Conlry Crown: Inbor lulior on llriaoki'r mnd -and I I' F KJclilller'jr' ."Iu. engineer office U.7,

; or nn taMi-t.s yon nru not got- ,, C onirr ....... 10.HO I'Vrry mnd _. _. ..__. 1"I I A Ciillfn. .tiint englniMir 76.50
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Burtlesons who are relatives, is Rev.C. The State University..has been likene. ting tlio gi'tiiiino llityer produrt. proMiriliiil Atlnniif .II'II' drnwlnir W II 11 r 11 Hlarka" ;.I It Neif aalury engineer nnd Inoldi'nluU -

A. Kidley of Atlanta who is the (1 to a house consisting of bedroom ( 1 l h v ,iiliyaioinim'over t.wmityl.wnyiutra I) ''e.l.( Jitnca_ .vnirr-.uplimi 7.RO 1.SA Cmann .".'R"u h.I" and j I ,__.._.__ __.. .__._____ 301 .1}

klans supreme lecturer. Dr. Ridley anaS dining roam, but without a living and iirovivl Isafo by inillioim for U Hunk l> .r SI.rk.. auiipllm.fllo tri-ctix-._. 6.1.9H l.SIt W Cro.H0 II llam-ll rond --Inbnr..-_Hllrko_.____ .-nnd.. ___I. 'I A (lolllnn KHlury November mwlnUnt 7, 1122 eniilniier. ilH.lll

lost little time in getting his views room according to u. statement Coliln HcailuclioTiiiitlmt'lio Kl I N1 In.ld.nl.l.1..1.. for-July .- 'JU.OJ I mad H Thomn.- ... ___lubor____"n.llnwkor_ .-- and K I Klckliter Nrlf, Mnlnry Jr .nliiry enginwr and .n____ ._ (I.UU ,
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before the public. Speaking; from,the just issued by Dr. James H. FArr, of LtiinbitgoICarnrho A A Punfan Saptrmbrr. B. 1922 mooting. Klery Thomn. Inlwr I llntkcr-and -I- County; .Telegraph printingiliiHltlrutliin. 81.4

KliiMinintmmXtniraljtiiv .0.onl____.__ _tr.le___.. bridira mud __ and udvertialng for bliU
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steps of the court house Tuesday the University of Florida: 1'nin TainAccept .1 <'. ronu. axiionia trnntpa mnotlnir, ".00 Wmtliiy (illlynnl Inbor IttviikiT .w _.__ .__ .''___ _. _.___u IIU.XC
night to it fair size audience who "Any survey of the physcial equipment PIB22 B.OO Pukoa Kerry mnd; -- .uk of Kla'k. pny roll aurvey _____ lrt.00'
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Tablet* of Aaplrtn"only. WI' Wulvra Broker ". County Bunk .pny nil Nilrvey._
"Itnyor : Torodi
gathered to hear him, some admitted of the University of Florida", Knoll: tinl>roKrn luickn< n cotilainauropor "'8122 -. -|" ..triuton m.tII.. 8.00 Kurry mud .___________.____'u_.__ ", ..."'. tiitrag* gn. oil and rvpuira 8.00 1.1.1/
J <> Walera lulmr II t Kil
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ly, from sympathy with the cause hem. says Dr. Farr. "would reveal the fact II I i ir'rUun Haiuly lioxea of .1 J J K Silenx Collry lubor rrnlrlnic on rniilnw-r mad'.01...._- l.llil\ Kerry mnd ._ _U..oko._____.___and___."."k... W Andrew.;: Jr KIM nun'IO" nnd rnpnlr..= 43.1HI. I

I represents and who with, that for all phases of life Except ttt't'lvo tabled* cont few ccnt Drill It InlHir 1'tvk Mldillvblim niad .. 1.0\. O>rur W"lp. lulwr llruokur and erember. I 1(34
some equal campus I li.b. on
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,nlso wll IxiftloH{ of 21 anti Km.Aupirin do Kerry rviad ... ..___ .. .ulnrv '." engln.>er 126.00
cdmlor admitted tha t they merely one, somewhat adequate provision I jrUt 1.11 Un __ __._ 4.B\ J Y.l.ewla lubor Itrokvr anil F Klaklh.. Jr .nl,1 .n.ln... olfico '
In 4.1m tnulo murk of HiiyorM Wlk..nn. 1.51 brltlue' road __ ________ ____.. 81.01
W C __ _______ j I aulury, Inclden*.
wanted to hear has will be made. .1. n ..
how he wouhl been ox soon .uu I .
ntemptto n nu f net tiro ofj; MmioacetloiiciJe lor ofalicylicwid. Will do ___ I'urvlN I.ewla lulmr Drokar und - ----._ .______ ,
K."n ._ 8.41 I brldito mad ________.__________ ..___ '... tiuriiKU; -. u"v. ,
1 to defend tho movement. He is That one lacking phase is however I Thi>mnn .HI
a ,
\ ; B5 i 1 wanl Itibor llrokvr __. oil .
I Mi-Klnney l ; Ih.pw..1 brldiw \ A'"I..I "f. eto .. 0.40'
I forceful seeker and explain ed the of vital importance to the development W ___ r iriid1li; 80.00 |. : and Hun i ..0.. Cmiiily, llnnk p"l mil SO." 00 1

five requirements for membership in of the student. While there ia j tant matter to you is the future wel- nlnI".n Wllnwrl"hl: Inbor&on Mhll..hllr. rond. 4.B\ i I I Il M W 1:" 0.1 lumlHr joint for I..j of" .', ; .,ok of It"rk.KI.rko. puy coupona roll _duo Jnn_1., 8ft.38 ,

""I I.It ; ,,the K. K. K. in such a way that his provision for the "work of the institution I fare of your children, your own flesh >rew Co wurrunt honk. __u__h.ml.____ 9i.4M. Clay nnd Ilradforil co___n__.'_ ... mW of.-.-8250.0*
I) W Alilrrmnn certlllcut* ____ 1 50 I W K Torodi.' nulls__._._________ _._ HtHrk oouiiona duo Jan 1.
.lympathizers were wholly pleased and in classrooms, libraries, laboratories and blood. (low la the time to help I>rew Co enirr .ch.r.. .___Un .___ l.UO Troy llfiinett Inbor Luwtoy and lliuhlund lima ..._..._ 25ii.o')
who and while there I them. If neglect l.ouli. Hill 11. bond of W E rood .--..----. ......--- I Ilulilmrd Co fenco wlrn tmiln eld' :7\.6
\ j.those: went out of this curiosity shops; are you doing so, you .I".m"n.. ; le..h.. 1122
To.I" __ .._ ___..___. ___ 4 I Crawford lubor Hturka and : R Nrlf, 2
[Were strongly disgusted that the gymnasiums and athletic fields there will some day hitve great sorrow. Fii. 1'urtin Kookrr bin* p.lnI _n___ ..0 lemon mnd\ IiiTinilvr.1.. ,. 'n.1". ..>.. < .miinlh of ,'
Crew* brl.lue lumber ________..._ 7.50 Will I.im InlMir Luwti-y; and.J l 1100.00
J principles of what they call a danI'B'erous Is absolutely no place on the campus 3. .Occasionally inquire of the teach Town of Htark.onu.linlf repnlrlnit mad, rond _____.__. ..____ __...___.li A t'olllnii, anlnrv un.l>tuiit eniiluoitr
where students their er as to how children _.__._____...____ 7.87 Lv Mnma I.b.im y.Lawley and ( lu month of 1'111'p 18.01
organization could be placed may spend mom your are doing It II Thomna nmd RII bridge work AU.tfO rnndu _- ... __..__n_ ...___.._ ._ Klrklltur Jr for month of
[before the people in such a plausible' ents of relaxation or congregate for in school. This will give tho teacher Conmimem Lumlicr' Co hnullim oindera Hli'ry iiiwea; lalmr on Lnwtey nnd, 1'.olIH'r 75.00
Themuut Innd nmd .._. _' .___l.h ".. tindwln .ulary fur ninnlh ofer
6.00 .
1".1 -- n ,
Jand pleasing taRhion.In social, extra-curriculum, or religious a good opportunity to tell you things I ) C Jnne. nuppllca __,n"Uhh___ __ ___ 4.02 Utn Lewla 'lubor on l.uwley nnd HiithInnd 1.,1 _. .__.... 80.00 .
activities." ob'out; children that C Kolnnd lumber and, labor on brldir* mud -__________ __.____ ,
Its the the to Tolul
report meeting Fort your you ought ca _._._______ __-_____ ____ 4.31 ,I Hifllmrd 1"\wl 'InlHtr' on I.awtiy ._.-..87.775.8t "
''Myers Press of Wednesday published "You would bitterly condemn the ]I jby ;all'means know. llrudfnril County Telegraph pub adv. I .suu-ki- ..1 ._.. _._________..____ ," .K.rapltulallon
for I.I.I nnd diwd hlanka _______ 60.00 Nlrk ItiilKon ,Inltor oti Lawtey '" "'h.I r.u.7fP.1 \
[the following: judgment of a patent: who built a |j I 4. See that your children do the ChiiH I'.wel cllbln.. for olltrr olrleo 10.iO 1 Ulurke mud ___. _h___.. ,,_.. .1.11..1..1" ,,.. ._. 1,175,3)

"The "Imperial Wizard," Col. Simmol1S home in which to rear n large family I j' home study required by the teacher. J. I A Durden Co und premium J II Kitcb nn bonda. __.of_ 00.00 I I John Hlarke.' liiillnrd mnd .lubi_.__.._on u__Lnwtvy____...__.",", I lRI" 5 I.Ola.1 f

of children if he !, Else the teacher often has I C Wall ri'tnlum on bund nf K 8 Mat Wiley CrnveH Inbor on I.awtey 5D4.7BO.t7 OA4.7flO.27
introduced C. bedroom much
i, was by W. Bartleson provided a so th." ____ ____ ___ _.___ 10.10 lllublnnd road .. _.___ u_____ I. ltlil.H: -
of the Fort Myers Wholesale and dining room, but omitted in the I I to look after that your children do Fj C Futrli Inlior on nmd' nnd 0.bridge... 8.00 Mllea I.eu lubor -Lawtey and Blnrkuroad unit Inlere.t on h.n.1 _828.118.7
C A rulch milary and Incidental, for .__ _..___ ______ and ,
Grocery Company and president ofJhe house any place where the family not get held to it. So their work is AuiriiHt .H__.____ ._________ 61.20 Gi.> Clurko Inlior on I.nwtuy n and n, ."' .
J C t'one Innd' mud- _. ____ .____.___l.h.____ II, 11)22, received from K. W.
school board who said could If the children slighted and their mind is weakened. Infection xpenn* el.1 pnyroll ... .
county congregate. grew ___ ___..____ _.____ 15.50 Willlo Brown lubor on l.nwtey and H.. ,. !I" ..... dBO 0
that Mr. Simmons was relative of up upending their time of leisure on !| 5. Don't blame the teacher for keep n I.. Preneolf InlNir on lirookerWnldurond ford rond. ._. _,_.._u __ ._._1.1-_u ,211:I. 11122, .."elv. from K, W.
_________._n_______._ 8.00 R W Itrown haulimc on l.uwli, ...d 11. lillna .. 725.24
his by marriage ,and therefore hetook the street coners and in poolrooms or ing your children after school or foe I l"nwerd lulMir on llrookor-Waldo I lllulilund roiid-...--_ ____ _,.. .__. 4. 11122. received fmm B. W. I' '

pleasure in introducing him. worse places would feel that the punishing your children. The teacher roiid -- f.OO I I'Milv Hrown liibor on Luwl.'y. nnd Hlnh 11'. lax. .-.22HO.SI., fIi'f\..
you C S Kollry Inbof; on BnwkerWulduruud In.,1 rond .. .. ... -
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.Mr. Simmons said the Ku Klux Klan father was to blame. An almost analogous does both of those things to help your __.____..___._ ___.- fl.OO.I J It llnrrell' hl"ln.- on I..wl.- and-- .'I | 11122 riwi.lpta I ii : 8,010.02
u hand
> ami on 8. |i.02K. ) ,r
J Kornyth lubor mnd ____ .._ .__ _.__
''was duly organized and incorporated condition prevails. at the University children, not because she has a "spite" "1'n,1 .. _..____.._ Jrke.W."I...nu ____ 8.00 I HI.rk..Momly. Inbor- --- Sliirko ADd l.nko A. Klirril a. MM'IIIIOW3.
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I J..I ,
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under the laws of the state and ," against them.. In case of any di1'1'lculty ] 1''VII. _lubor_____on____J"H.kur.W."I"IR" _______._ 6.85 !I J"r.MiMidv; ..lulK.r on--Nliii-ko'and Lnka; Keeretary, j ___ 'h.I..D.

therefore must be a lawful body, but Dr. Farr believes that a buHding devoted always hear the teacher's side! bcI Henlemher 8. lull lluller rond -- -- --- .-' -- (' OF"APPLICATION -

that the klan was generally misunderstood to these needs would be, an In- I| fore pasing judgment. I have halj UvtiiKMton RUHB lubor..____-on._ Urouk_ u-rWuMorond ____._ .2fl Oi.Ituller nnld Arki.o.. lubor .Hlurke_ ..and__ _l.ako I UMIICH' HUniON: 17ft FOH I'TAX THK I'KR

and grostUy misrepresented vestment on the part of the good parents accuse we of having a spite Orvllle Ward lulior on BrookerWuldorond J: Mill, gna for -- .. ;KNKKAI. HT"T1T.i:
peo- j .. 8.00 Keynolda log. for nknl! McKinney I II notice la lilven AI.rnni _
by the newspapers-05 percent of pic of the state that would repay them | against their children depen'dingwholly W K MrEver Inbor on brlduea -- 2.00 ]I I l.rldge ._.___ ____.__.___ ,, ... of tl ..r. eertiftiiatra '
I It A WuHilin 'Inbnr L C Hmllh bnullnudirt for 'I .: | 80, I OH. Hit, Sl> ,
brlilKe. :
which were irresponsible and untruthful a thousand fol(|, as he says;. "There [ on the story told by their ('" ,"" Mfir. e...on brlh.ml..\ and. roadM,___ 41.00 U.6U" |;I ney :brldgo! \ 11 JI.Kln.- 2112 1:10: belnir l .ued by the lax aoliivlor tc\r:: I- ;

and of 1252 students and in the children not having G W Itrown hnulinir clllo.nn rond I I W I. Thlgpen:; 1.iH nil McKinney : .. dated AiiHimt 8. HUM, and \
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entirely unworthy are now given me any op 11.10 numbereeil 811, : 148 157, 2HO nn4
(n W Itrown rond _____ __ 0.00 i, brldgo -___ .. .._ 111
belief. That the Ku Klux Klan was course of a few years there will be portunity' to tell my side. M F Norman labor and hnullnii on I IN Wynn Inhr fill MoKlnltey brliluil .- I : 1 belnir ecrtlflcnu:: :1I I In Au*. 11120. and.Ih haa Ilr4 I /

road .--------. -__ ______ i I A A Durilen naiui, IIIn vie ..__.___ : t1 ... my orTIca and mana
possessed of the highest ideals and over 2000 of the ablest young men of Good folks, these fluggeations are J I Sunn" Inhor nn A 1"lo hrldKc 10.21.' K F Alr.w. lun.r for bridge. : with"" for tax died tn bt.ua In aepwrd- I,
J Koeler Inhor on lirldua .. 2.00 I'{IJ .. on rond __ luw. The .nld eurll..I. reNpea.,
Actuated by the noblest Impulses and Florida: on the They will be self-evident I lo.l..n 1,1. ,
: tba
campus. that It'would
so ., 'nlonll
seem unnecessary .1 8 Itneler: lubor AllluuUir I brldita 7.01) | ." ..1.. .. rond __ __ lolowl. IMd. Ir".I.
''; {newspapers were lying Sheets ,.and'Ii.k. the leaders in every line of activity in to make them.But Bad W K Torodit In_ __ 1.211: i I I J LWIIIIutnii h.b.. on mnd 1 _____ ,_ Uauanoo e""oIO. 'I"rlll..neb certitlralea. .I at tha .
Hen l.ewln lulior road I. A Wheeler I Inhor rond In tha nameai'
\: I'jiewspaper men low down scoundrels the' state, their views and their ideals experience proves the need 'of sug; I) H Phillip. Inbor on bridira-: -=: : 1.00 1.50 I U I ; Von Olnteln; huullng on on road :::::: : i iI |..Uv.lJ hereinafter particularly net forttt, '

and It evident that the will be the force that will de A M Hlundhanl lumber and hnullnu .. 5.00 Knrl Von Olmeln labor on rond 250.00'J
| liars| was moulding gesting them. Please them I -r'-- No, 120 embrace, 2 8 tt ,
ponder C'r"f.nl. 4
/ J MiHir* lalMir .. roud ______..____ 1.50 Muck Jnhoo." 'Inbnr' on "HI _. T.I.
gentleman and his klan had fared termine the ..collduct'of tha! coming and act accordingly. HtuU Farm lumlier Alllitntor brldu1S.4I Albert Meek Inbnr on "" ", ____ .- 8, a. .Addition la !""rk. 8ec. 9K. ,,'
O A I'rinilln lumlier __u__.._______ 41.40 Cyril M"N.I. lubor nn rond _.__ ... .. Jt K B.. aueainl. M. Mary J. A''I. "
,1 I very badly at the hands of the newspapers generation. For their sake and for the TEACHER. .W Mortran office' ____.__u_ 1.48 Cecil Mun.l. Inbor >m rond -. ..
: and he to sake of these J I* Ilwll.. I.ml.0"1'1.1. latior ( (.h. IhH'k lubor on mud .. :...__.___ C.rtf..t. No. 185 .b.n.. ubnut 4 A
| was attempting prejudice society, young men b.I. .__.__.___._________.01___ Pave HwlnI.1, lnlHir' on mud .. 1W of NW Quarter of SW ql.rl.
I his hearers against them-probably should get the best in social and spiriI (1 AMermun alunlntr. 660. coupon 11.2 I'nn ... for truck .. ..__... : .r .rallwnv I W II A ef N Half nt HW
county liondi _. _____.__.._. W L J.hno lubor on Conner bridge ., of 8W Ounrter ex 1 A for. eh"N'
to offset in a measure\ the bad i iI I tunl training along with their,mental: The niff r no*. A A Durden pny roll 21.f Hunk of Htark pay for riiud r* 811, T. S. a. It 22 K., 10 aore., ...

I roud ________Jll..Th._.__________.____ 1 pulm "I .. .
effects the incriminating! revelations j I and bodily development. This can not A genius CMO no more help b"lac B.do.1- County- Itunk frwlicht on ahov. 8.01 liruilford County i Hunk- pay roll for \ I .rlle.'. No. 88 embmi'ea SF Quarter .

lot the klan's doings at Mer Rouge, be done unless a suitable place is provided genius than a era/)' Ulan ran help being _,_._u _'_ '00 _.___ 89.25 .n .. .... .... .. amitiiiiied.. Hr.. 12. Tp 7, 1U K.. e
Unknown.
|La., Is having on the public mind just I on the campus. The need Is crazy. It junt happens tlmt when Bunk lumber of Sturke from (1 drayaire C Hweat on nhoval.____n_and__. 1AII J W,. ".. J.1_ ;ii truokrepulra _, ( .. ... Nu. 108 embracea NK Quar'ev ,>

low.. extreme and all right-thinking and for the KonhM ilnen what l I.u runxlilem a W It .Fowler. work on road _____u____ .A .mh.6. 1(21 IWu"rl., ,. See. 18. 'I'll. H, H. R. 2tt .
K FlodKra work rond __ A A ,1 Hamuel' W. llrown.
on truutea
'"Col. Simmons introduced Dr. Rid- ward-looking citizens of the state will smart thing. It I..* nmiirt ; but \\ 1".0 the I W Ikilmm work on rond __ ._ 5.00 7.80 III.I, .rd'n. 'I26aa| o.n.| .. ..__ u__.n".ln._ ..____ <.lcal'. No. 140 embrneei I Half of '
poor crnfv nmn tl"<>* 111* licst it turn Iteddlck Thomua work on road ________ S.llll W T."I. extien.e truate* meeting, ..(O" Hec. II, Tp. t. B. f R: HO .. .
ley the "Supreme Lecturer, who support a movement looking to the ., I'ndifett __ '._ __ A. I. Alvarea.
..-.. >o lie fiiullsh./ lv> H.nii-'H Mnarhly. work on ..0 Un.. 4.60 IIUI'22. 1216122 j-.. .. ... N.,.
J K I'arrUh work on _.._.__ ._. J. C. (', '" I 157 embrace. NF Quarbv
made most denouncing erection of this building for which the 12.00 b ,. "|" .0 tr. meeting
a impassioned speech .0 ..
(Irioher 'IIII4I22, I2I622| . .. 0 ____. Quarter 17. Ti.| 7, HI U.,
If possible, more vehemently Faculty and Students of the University -- A J Cowurt lubor on J2 N Wynn I.bo. on till at MoKlnney .. aawiwiied Unknown.
To on mail __.___uu. __.._l1no.r.___ 8.00 bridge ..________uu I Ural* No. 2// embrarea HW Qimn_
than his superior has done the are praying. Stopa Cough Quick A A Tlurden expenflc tnwte* I .In.. Kilo-, b"lnl lumlier' ____.___.. NK Uuartar A .1..1" 1 1 a 4 8_. 22, T..
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\ I take. HAYES' HEALING HONEY. PI5I1I2.' DI1KI22 _____._______m..Uo._______ 8.01 .luck' 1.1..r on HnmpHon City mnd I H.. O It. 22 K,, 1111 ., aaieued Melraac It
a
W K Torode exnenn* truate. ,I Wndn Wynn lubor' on HiunpMm City 1 f I
TO PAKgNTS cough medicine which stops the cough by DI 15122. lll| |2 -m.lo. fl.OO 1 rond' __ .rtl.I. No. 202 emhraoea NW Quartxr ( t
healing the inflamed and Irritated tissues. J. C. Cono.: exiH'n._ ; mevtlnic.9I8I22. W T McKver: linullnir ind repairing \lor.r. Hee. 28, Tp. 8, H, B. 22 B.

A box of 101|22 _;___ __ 1000', bridge. 1"01.1. .__ .._ ,. __ ... ..d Unknown.
The GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE A A Dur.lrn null. ______ ___ 2.1)1) llriulford tjounty Telugrnph adv. \ol.. laid ...UnIRI. ahull ha rd.eia 4
need! of -- u i ,
greatest today
"N our public SALVE for Chest Head I : : .. I" tatf deed thireaa
Colda Cold and Andrew Ilutehln.on lalmr blibi brlduea lumber and fonca .. .II I..u.
Nose stopped up? schools is a worthy co-operation Croup Is enclosed with every bottlo of Kalfnrd l.awtJ- ..00... C. A Finch Knlary for Nuveniber .u. : the Utll day February 1>. 102:1.:
BUI Thornton.II"i.. .; A Kaifordroad 1'I < A fur Wlo. niy offlidnl .I.n.tu. and aeal thea
with the teachers! on the part of the HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY. The salve .-. -L .. .. .. 8.75 Huff I"u.h A Ine..nt"l.. Incldenlnln Nuv.n.h., for 1th of January, :l. .
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MENTHOLATUM should be rubbed on the chest and throat Ury Keddlith lulior Lawfy & Kulford engr ., ,, _.. __. ._. W. ALDKRMAN.:
parent i of children aufferlng from a Cold or Croup.Th nm.l __ __ 8.00 I ., fJ Crew, .brldg* lumlwr _.. _.._ ,") Clerk Circuit Court, .
Good folks, who send children Ellery. Ilulchlnium. l.nwler and M Alvare. contract repnlrlug bridge, Bradford ('..uo.". fTa. .
clears iWeak you I.b. I_ .
Quickly hrallna effnrt of Have* fuinllnit' Honity loMa Ifnirord- rouil .._.n.__....__. 1.00 nu nu wMiero.u ....----uu_ By C A. KNKiHT. .
to schoo please consider "carefully lha Ihtcombln..., with the effect oltravo'a [ (-I..D
healing Hurrl. 111"ro lubor LawU-y and Halford I. I I) Hlrlcklund I luln.r n 'Mlddleburgrond Peputy Clera.. !
what follows. in ( O-Peo-Tnl* Solve throutfh tbd poret ol _____.__.._____. 1.50 I j :- :
My tbo
one purpose nil la MOO atop .oourih. nradfbrd County Teleurah head., O... Srl.kl.o" lubor" on Mlildleburg, NOTIce OH FINAL HIHCIIARCB r

writing it is to help you understand Both ...madl.> ira pacJuxl In one carton end the letter heaila and, deed hi_____ 88.00 (I .'n.t ___ .___n_ ___.___ Ix hcn-by riven to all whom It ra_
CMt of Ibtt corablDifd UMUiieot la USc.Just /. I, U Wynn culling 22 liioa from road .. 8.611 Harry fltorn lumber .' .. -- .. that *nn the 5th dy of February, A.
Ute situation clearly. The; state hires ask your druggist for llA YES' .'"m. I.wll lutior on mad ____u__ 12.78 'I IK A Hmip lulwir: on Lonir llrlilg, and 19 8. I apply" to the Honorable R. ,1,1'It'
-' teachers to help fn the great work HEALING HONEY.!; II Howard 'labor. on road ___._. ____ 8.26 Net. Itlver roud .... ..... .. ; Jn .h.1.aid court, an jinlira of A ,
you I leon. T>wla labor on road ...__u.. tt.25 j J C Con* r..1 nnd brldg* In.poctlon A my : dlMcbarKa l aa Mdn.Inl.trauir: of"
: of fitting your children for the most Keddlrk Th.mM lalmr' on rond ______ 7.50 ".Uln. di.d. ...._._..._.__ of S. 1>. Pukea deciuned t and
: REPORT OP THE BOA HI) OF IIOND TKUSTJJEH C.: H Kelly lulmr on road _........ 1.6. U.wn ,lubor on II..hl"n.1 mud : aama tlma I will 1 present my final r'a*
useful citizenship. Receive them into !: OP KAI .'<"KI> fOlfNTV. KLA. -. If K Mill, labor on road ___ .....?-_ 8.75 F.ddy; ,' Itrown IR..on mnd.. .. dmlnl.lr.r.r of .aid eatata .
hearts helpers*and POR HIS MONTHS Kllery Thomuu Inbor on roud __._u___ t 25 I II (Mteen on Lawtey and HuU, for their approval.JONATHAN. .
your as never per KNI1INC .1 8 1're.cott lubor on rood 1 ... ._... S."" fnrd mnd M. ,:
mit yourselves to work against them DECEMBER II. 1921. .1 H Fowyth liibnr on mad ___.hh_ 7.60 A II Hurley bid". ;i"i.r.i '- d fJKF! ,
: .l,. 1'urrlnh lulior on road ...hn_ 4.00 I..WI." _'_ ... .. 8th. A. D. A'lnl.lr..I.. .
.. '.omb.
Back ii in the least. Every "knock" you give ( n ral. Road Fond W H H..I lubor on road -_ ._._. O.ml D J *> Oreen 1.11.., hauling, and ,- 1

the teacher hurts children Kmlpln <) l. nalla .....______..... 1.08 brldg* repairing __.___,_n.l._____.. .
your own July ff. rc lv*
worse than it does the teach )r. The auto tax _____U.._"" _-.______ 219.84 Heptember .1.1?- 61.60 .I.. ... .____________'_____ I. hereby riven that under anil W
Mr*. Mildred Pipkin of July 8. rmtvad. from JS., W. IlajrM, J A Morgan ; 12.HO M F lumber ..._____ of that aertaln final .
II degree of help 'that the teacher can road ta. ___.________________ DH8.8H J H Aimt.n dl.jj. rr. ; If 'Imwn.b.ld. repair on by tha Ju.lxe nf tha fteerea of t. .
R. F. D. 8, Columbia Tenn., give almost AUK. 10 rcroivid. from E. W. inr.*. Inir bridge* ._ ........u_.... 4.60 I City! mud ..._.._ _____S.ml''o..____ m.I.of Florida. In chancery FI..hth .Judleaal In
you depends altogether on taxn ..... _.. .___________ .IUn. tfce
I : "My experience) with -- -- 8H.50 '.belly r uyt 1.d _
how act towards her; Let me call Auic. IT, re.l..il from E. W. Hajrn, Kdd"; llrown Lawtey Hinmley road a.lo win ( __. ..,, _....... 2l.t "'un ,1 .
you u..1 -
Ctrdui has covered a number ol 8.. .a -?.--.-..-------_--.__. ..SO lubor ____....____.____.._._ 2.25 (iuy Wllkanum labor Hampaon- n City ruad of Kmplra day of December. A. 11122. In **-
to your earnest attention some of the Oct. 8. rMclvcd. from E. W. Hayaa, Wlllla Brown Lawtoy A K1ng.ley road and Melma, _______.... Lumber Company, a corpora,
years. Nineteen years ago. taxM .__?-.--.....________. J.70 lulior' ___,.. .. Pan J.nklna labor Melma* road ____--.. aa ..m"I.lo"nt and .Inot S. J. _
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need
weak back. I things you to do If you want Oct. 14. rmivxl Iron Atlantic 1.2 Jr., M. 8. J. Kerlutar, Jr.,
1 got down with Eniclnflwrtna : Tien J.wbi. Lawtey" A Klngnley road K: A Hmltb labor' on Mulroa' mad ..
I and.1 your children to get the largest good ConMtructlon C>., refund labor ______...______..._. 11.00 E M Ilaaen haullag and ... .d.t.n".n"
was run-down and so.weak un nuppIlM ....*.-...-._.--..-.. 7.80 Drew Co offlca .uppllea __. Bradford County Bank IH'XIMwrat und.rl.n..l. apeclal, mauler, _
.rvous I had to stay In bed. I from the teacher and the school, Nov. 14, noulveil from E. W. Hay..l, J H Kiuh a>pen.a Muxvlll* .o A Duvalcounty 1.8 .h__._.._.::..- ... ..,* In front of th. flourthniu* .
II la>_ ..__._____ __.. .
n .. ____.. H5. 2 meeting ____.-hn_ 6.00 R 11 Thnmua lubor anil, baullnir Metro.* durlnir th* li'iral, hour, of .ala eai
I read of 1. Send your children very day Nov. 29. ncelvad. from K. W. Itayoi, 1 It McUruder labor S..k. A H.mpton roud .. ..'__h__. '__ _n_.__.. _... "., lha 5th day of t'elirnarr, A. 1>. 19..
possible. Practically each day .some K.ncral U>.. __.___. _________ 191.17 road ___ .____ .._________ 15.00 th* hlrheat and bent bidder or caiih. U>a
J>*.e. 4. r*..*iv.d. from E. W. n.'.... A A Durden pay Hampton A Thre.ua Total di.hurementa .. _. dencriheil real ealate, lltuated aad
new light H thrown on difficulties in .nvral taxaa .....u.._.._..___- 405.HTol.1 mad "I__._.____.__.-__._ 11H.76 Recapitulation ,n. In Bradford county, Florida' to-wltt

CARDUIII some of the lessons. If your children rM.Ip.. __________ ---...__.ZSOiUU W H Malphun Harrell lumbar labor nn New Hmo.r flop. bridge brl.liHII.IK 66.211 .fun Dee. 81"",. 11(22.1V22 to to amt recelptaDlMbunMrmenui on hand-??1818.1S 8014.0" ......"81...'"lluarter. 5 Mouth of Ranica Houtbeuet K. conta Quartw.**'

I are absent, their work for the next day lllaburaMH'ntaJaly. :l Hevlll* labor on New Hope brldg:: 1H.1H: I .... .__.. 40 ... or UM. I
1. 1111 N..m" T. UU I e*. 81 amt to bal _____.._ .
A. Z. APKINS.
will be difficult aii"J A A Duntrn .. .... t
more the experience xp naa ruata* .Un... Dilnlen. *ltpn.* truatemeetlnff, -.- M.
JOHN*. _
/111....715 .. ____ _.__ Slieclal' M_ .
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u 8.00 1117122 __._ ______.__ a.OO > VaO .83 ) Hollcllor
II IIII is repeated several l times, J C Con. ..peiu.. tru..t.. "'_tin", W K T..od. CNpena* truat oh** mevtlnic for CA.m"I.ln.nt I.O-"tW

your children are in real danger of 8'M'K. 75| .. ..---_.._______.? 10.00 1I'72' | 9.00 Jan. I, 1"1. to amt on hand 4078.57Kecelpta MAnTKR'A SAI.B
W Torvla
The Woman's Tonic axiwrM* iruata meatlnajl J. 'C. Con*, vxpcm', meeting: aUN" FUN"
.. becoming discouraged. ". 8'16.' 71* ... __._.___._____ 800 1I'7I2I' ___ ; _,_._.__ 8.00 I hereby riven that under and er
took eoa J H Kltah asp Ward hHd. Irttlna --- M F Brown on bond of J C Jan* 27, lal, of of *. of that, certain final deere* of fnve-
and sent for It. I only one 2. Ask your children quite often as R H Thomaa haullna lumbar anil' r p 1'1 pr.mlu' 45.00 Iln.bonda. _UIO.OOO.OO_ .. mad and entered on tkvemher 39

.:J bottle at that time,and It helped II" to their progress, difficulties etc. A brMtrra A urdi-n.. .-....-______. __ : C Coh .alary -and Incldentala; ; Aru'l: on. ahov* :.54:: : 1 1A..o \ by II.o.r.hl. A. V. tonic. Jud a of t>a
pay roll Tharaeaa ."..1._ 8 H U: October ... 82.00 I, 19It Court In and for llradfurd eounl
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me; seemed to strengthen and putting yourselves thus into their .... Krynolda mad work _---.-__. 18.00 n A Colllna I l -I.--.bri- repair : .. 87.72: Remlved. from Slat* Hank ., In that certain ce. wherein -,
1 build So that U ,school lives will work wonders in 0 M S..t..1. 0.ll*".rin. irrl.. from FJH K N.". ...... 22.H Internt. on flepo.lt, "". .._____ .. Green la eomnlafnant, and Ailolph fliie, *.
f merlgbt up. H i __.._ _..__ I'UI J 11 Hitch *icpenM. joint meeting ol 8.pt.mk
how I fust knew of Cardui. spurring them on to worthy achieve Frmantt r rd--: '. Duval. Clay and Bradford at from the Bank of -tllarkaeurrylnv underalrneil will offer f'u*
Htarn Urn*, :::::::: .r'; J.k.'n"ll. ....____8Uo._____... charge* returned by th* I" *t.t ca.h to the hlwhe.t, an = After that, when 1 began! to all ment. Don't plead that you haven't C A Futah. lalarr.. for Jnna. inolclMitala .E M.Uh. .* joint meeting of 1.21 Hanover National Hank _____ "., In front of th* eoiirthoua* door=

BII weak and '00 account', 1 U time. You find time for the 87U Iiuval.. Clay Jra.Hurt aountlea at I*. IfllIfltereafc .. Ilrudford county, on M.nI. r
thing"deem' fltark ; I."t..Io. FI..ln.
get Talfrphona c.- :: : __ _
aarvica Jak"nvU" ___ _._____ 5.20 on K\a". 5th of A. durln*
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sent n ht for Cardui and It (>d important enough 'to demand I.dr.rd' CntJ T.I..ph, nle. of J H Kluh *xpena* State Farm road I Rank ,1"5.. _._,L._._.____\ h..u".t.br.r."r. for vh* p.r'...* of ..'w..
e .. .ln. ..................___. '.50 Interent on depoelt Lawtey .* .aid final decree, the following real >
failed to help me. and down in 1 C tinn ; lumbir. lt. e -
time deep nalla .
never ta your your : and I' labor Sbirke King.leyI Uank .
; In .
'I CI.m.n Bradford Florid.'
I bnr county to-wlti
weak and suffering ---.-.-- _. I Lake mada ______.. Int.nt.t ; *
most I on depo.lt Hampton
Jf you are heart you know that the ImporjHabitual DrWItt C nalla ___ MI"I.bu" 1.10 ti ..Inol". at th* Houtbeaat of Nur.-
O ___.. I.1W I I C H : : *. Klnir ly Hank ....h_______ ___ or Section HI .or.and _
womanly ailments, Cardut Kully .. 41" run
from : 0 "o,1 ---. M.OO" Ink and Mlddlehuric XMula ? -- 21.00 Intereat on depo.lt Hank of Stark
W n Urav. 'lumber ___ 2.8U j I R H Thomaa t., thenc* North 15.1H feet, thence V-
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cured lumbvr repal-.1.I 'Internet Bradford
comtlpatvon depoeit
g: may be Just What you need.IIUZ In 14 to 21 l.wla' Oarwr; 0 work _________-- t.nn I I I rln bridge* b.uloo__ __..____u_.ne._______ 8.2/T _on_ .____.__,/. _County._ .__ I.t thenc Mouth 15:1: feet to a pola*
Days .. .
Tlldan __ .___. II"nl all In 84. Townahip .
U'8 Take Cardui. It has PI. "d work \ .. ._ a.n I M H Newmana Kllnx law ..h__.___ ,40I ..Innln. tl.n
D "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a I;>p.cla":1-: Wil L road work ----_..________ 4.80 I Onear Strickland Labor on Mld.l.bu" Total' _____hu______ .. ". 2 Kaat contalnlnic 40 aere>.
thousands, and ought to help prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Ha bitna' Adklni labor and naila rapalrln j I road .. ._______ ._. ____.__ 5.63 l> .".. nla or leaa.
bHdtriW T_ .JtT_, ,,_ ll.OOt* Rclford Strickland labor on MlildlebunrI Jn 17,.112Jteftbttorinir above dnacrlbed tund. to be old .
you. II Constipation. 1C relieve promptly bin W P Tornda naila .._____-.____... I 2* I .____..-.._-..., __..______ 10.80 and Inaurinic bond., Toledo a certain' mortvaff* wlven to the ....;
At all druggist and dealers', should be taken regnlailr! for 14 in 21 dnyilo O-'W.ln.raht, Boa bHdica lumb.r l.l* J 0 WUllm labor Stark* and Lawley Ohio ___." -_.______ .and B.nk." of Columbia. 8. C., to. a*
etr induce regular action. It Stimulate*and ",.. I.br an road and bld. fl.'H __ _____,J.JJ. ,L_.._...?? 8.00Raiford Jaly 5. 131 of IKOO.OII. and ..t June U. 191
rAI..n : lumbr _.._... I.SI Strickland labor MlddUbunr Bank of Stark, Inwreat July H. R. KNIC.HT.Special .
B m !:r. 111-:1 Regulates. Very Pleaaanc u> Taki60c: To.n of 8tark rla road aqd < I ___o_..___.__._ '.10 1, 19 22 ______.upn_ __ Maater In Chancery.
bridira tax __.. ___
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I per .bottle. ??. 8".1 J Colly"aboron tola .nln Bank nf Mark, Inter*.* July PKHR4YMAN.
Aaaaat 1 t.tM '_ _..______._.._._.. .1.80 1. 122 ..___?... p..._.8 Solicitor for ;pl.ln.nt 1-5-81-2-I \.



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I II BRADFORD, COUNTY TELECKAPU. STARKE. FLOIUDA FRIDAY JANUARY 12, 1923.SKI .

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la 1\i\ Int r *tln, facts Gathered During the WaIL bj Our iIr i N MADE TO i iMEAlURE
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''t :,I I .. I ': the t Arrival I and ... I

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ft RIVER ion lounty, Wiley and Malvin Bran.

non of Lake Butler. I ;

Last Friday night under the au pii '
theAIIWool.Line
., ; Now Kiver, I-VI. 2. MeKMr8. Ar- Display of
'" i ffh of the Woodmen Circle an oyster I i .
thur and l Lucy Rift'Jon/ of Ilpilhronn( ,
supper was given at the club room,
asp were vision here Saturday and Sun-
n. the proceeds of which went to pay fora

i day musical instructor for the blln Mrs. II. O. Rivers und children, of v
A Quito a number attended and a neat
Starke visited friend here Saturday.
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The of the band -
realized. boys
sum
,11 11 N Roy McKinney, of Long Branch, }
under the leadership of J. W. Priester
S nttendcd tho purty at R. J. Turner'sSaturday
'1 are doing very nicely and we hope in


F a attended Thursday MeRKrR.the night night Donald dance and at Grufton Heilhronn Adkins last .date a short band.while we will have un up-to- ,. i : "_- of made-to-measure Tailoring It F



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TALKS ON JEWELS
i ( Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews were visitors -

+:I ,,t ,1';: 'in \ \ to Starke Tuesday. X O Clothes Buyers of this town there could; be no greater news than that contained in the

y t; Mallory Thomas, of Stnrke, motored -
1 .1 here Wednesday afternoon The system of pearl fishing now T J above announcement. The All-Wool line of the INTERNATIONAL has the greatest }

;t4 r w It! J. Thomas motored to Long found near Ceylon, as I have said, Is ,
reputation in America and we're proud of the opportunity to lay it before'our townsmen.
R It I' Branch Thursday and spent several tho method) of pearl fishing among

the natives in all countries. It is It is herein describe the
days now on display awaiting your inspection. impossible exquisite ;
le fi J. J. Thomas of Green Cove made There is an island some ten or _____ N
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a business trip here last week. twelve miles from Ceylon which hasa beauty of the new All-Wool fabrics, or give you an adequate idea of the magnificient values '

Mrs. Ben Kerce of Union City is frontage .of about twenty miles,

I f visiting friends here, this week. from which pearls have been regularly ..;.:: ::::;.. io These mustlbe\ seen for yourself. I' 1


Howard Thomas, of Lake Butler, doubt taken know for, they 2,000 are years found As in you shells no, We challenge anyone, however, to buy a finer quality of custom-made clothes at the prices 1 we quote, and t l

f wall Donald here and Monday.Grafton Adkins attended but you must not confuse them with on the basis of this challenge we ask you to call with confidence and honor us with yours' patronage. Drop F'N'""P

t the party at Mrs. F. Col son's Friday our dainty "blue points" as they are in and look things over at least. A visit is only a visit and obligates you in no way to do business with us. ,

evening. too ,coarse and rank for eating, and We simply want you to SEli.

Wiley Kelly had the misfortune of average in size about \0) inches, some

i toning a house by (fire last week. of them running as much as one foot

1 \y M. Hodges( spent (Sunday in Lake in length. The season for pearl fishing Starke NAT STERNBERG Florida I

w t Butler guest of friends lasts!! for three months, beginning

Mr. and Mrs R. J. Turner movedto F'eb. 1st. The boats are ten to fifteen

k Long Branch Tuesday where they tons and carry a crew of about thirteen -

have employment. with ten divers, five of whom 1'<"

i an up whilst tho other five are down "Ias sof wine by that fascinating! has a home in or near Starke, should it tin Town of Stark, Florida. two East i except m atrlp of land on the north :

ItArFOKI) at the bottom of the sea. Their visit Egyptian; Cleopatra, was worth, it is ut the outset attend the church, become Chnirmnil "I the ]Hcmrd. of J. T.Bond QUIGLEY'rrWl...... east aide of Quarter the Northwest and on the Quarter Northeast of the Q".rter'I South'

t fl, i to Davy Jones' locker must! not be said, over $100,000.(> A similar extravagance acquainted with the members Attint: Town of Starke. Hoililn., of the Southwest Quarter of about three. acre. .'

\k confused with the average afternooncall was perpetrated in lal..rdays hnd immediately put in his or her C. A. rUTCir. Also thc one-half Northeast acre Quarter In the of Northwest the Southwest corner :'.J I Iof
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I. Raiford, Feb 2.-Earl Whitten, of as it floes not allow of much by Sir Thomas Gresham in the membership, and take up In detail Icrk Town of: the of Board btarko.ORI of. Bond 2.2-pt-6 Trustees.' vd Quarter In Section Thirty-one. township seven "t"..

.. t. ;' St Augustine, spent several days visiting chance of gossip, as un expert diver days of Queen Elizabeth, who, at a with, the preacher all considerations ">E>< FOR South hundred Range Hfty-clx twenty-two and one half east,acres containing, moraor t}J Jel.
Prill.ICATION .
i his parents heru last week. can remain in only about 80 seconds, banquet, given to the Spanish ambassador tind plans necessary to the buildingup In Circuit Court Htutv of Florida Eighth baa. l-26-Gt-ii-.a : 1
Mrs. W. I. Roberta und little son, Judicial Ciicuit. Bradford County, in chim t I't ,.,.
the majority not exceeding GO. When with a view of impressing him I of a strong church modeled after cory I

t Bob, left Monday for Jacksonville, you deduct from this the time going with England (greatness; deliberately I Ihe t New Testament pattern. A church Bunk of Clarke, u Corporation. I j jI'

V', I where she will spend several days. und coming it does not leave much powdered and dissolved in a glass of : that will carefully plan a program of I .. Complainant, I I ., '''

Mrs. Epperson, of Starke, was a time for actual work. wine a pearl worth $75,000, and rising((]I continuous growth projecting into the ,I l.inn and A. McLlunir Lolila I onliy, O A. McClunic'I, I II j ''j I II
\iritor here .
Wednesday.Mr. Each diver is supplied with a rope in his seat gallantly quaffed it to the 111 coming years. A program that will Peftindanut. I
Drownli-e I It iippriulnu by almlnvlt appendud:: : ; to the.
of Starke bus-
was a iufllciently long to reach the bottom, health of the good Queen Bess. | make it keep open doors twelvemonths i, hill, Ii 1..1 I In tho above-cured cause Hint I.CTMI
; inens visitor here during the week. i A Met'lunu anil I C A. McClung two of
the
at the end of which a large stone, In concluding these "Talks on Jew- in the year. A program that dffondnnta tlivivln
named are nnnttwldentsof
Kev. J. T. Barnes filled his appointment writhing about 30 pounds Is attached, els," permit me to say that while the will compel the membership' to stand I : the. state of rlnrldu.. .and 1 believed to be eachrwhlrnta i
here of Month pond In the .tat ot In-
f ,;: Saturday and Sunday at and al-'o a net work basket in which writing has entailed some decree of unitedly with each other, and with illniiH, and are over the age of twenty-one

: the Baptist church. to bring up the shells. lIe simply labor, I have enjoyed myself, the review the minister. ,Such program will Mi'ui resident. H it defendants is therefore ordered and are that hereby said requlr nnn-

I ... j W. II. Andrews was a business visitor puts, his foot in a noose and drops overboard of the subject, and have been rewarded give the church power t<, sail forwardon 'od, to appear to the bill 1 of complaint filed" In
t to Jacksonville Wednesday. MII Id Cause on or bfforo Monday, the 6th day I
: bin drop to the bottom being for the labor by the kindly a tickle sea and become a great nf March A, [I. 1IUI>> :', otherwise the alienations
Miss Lora Anderson, of Lake But- of aid bill will bo taken as confoiwud
hastened hy the ntone. Upon giving have in this
words of appreciation that come power city. tiy HHld' dHfonflltnta.,
', ler, spent last week-end at her home the signal he is immediately drawnup I i to me, not only from readers in Preaching next Sunday at 11 a. m. It" is furthwr: ordered that this order bo We grind Our Own Lenses f
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here published one a week for four con ocutve!
JI with his treasure. As soon as a Starke but from beyond our city a11', und 7:30: p. m. Come.W. weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph a
j\ Miss Bessie Kennedy spent last load newnpapur' publlBhed in Mild county and .!.al... NODELAYQainesVillc. t
.of from 20 to 30 thousand shellsIs of
well. I trust that the narrating R. DAUGIIERTY, I 'Ibm' January 81. 1112!).
week at her home in Lake Butler. j
I secured the boats return home and U W. ALDERMAN
these simple facts concerning jewels I
Mrs. W. C. Cason and two childrenare I Seal i Clerk Circuit Court Florida.
1 the Knells are simply piled in heaps will lead to a higher and more intelligent surpIY\\ By C. A. KNIGHT 4R1
h vUit.ni relatives in Lakeland this.
I /- around a sort of vat and allowed to / appreciation of their beauty and I NOTICE; TO ItlDDERSSfiiled !I', K. INIGU'r.lIolh'I"'r Deputy Clerk. llIDIDommm'DtUtuu"Dt"'JUw-"m

week. decompose, when, of course, the shells worth, and bring to the memory of MriH will be received by the board. '! for Complainant 2-2-51-3-2 ,.
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F : e 111'Varren' Johns was a visitor of bond triiMtor. of Bradford county .'IIorl upon, and the pearls are washed out the reader those wonderful words of l
+ at thu office! of the socwtni'y of the board atStark. I t
t ,,i I to Jacksonville recently. mil gathered, the shells. being gone Malachi: "And they shall be mine, ., Fiends, until 10 o'clock .a. m. of I.
March fl,
J. 11. Jones 1U..3. for
returned to his home in
over afterwards\ to find any that maybe saith! the Lord of Hosts> in that day { One H-font blndo. grader. with R horse hitch.Itidtliira a---
,/y Jacksonville last Wednesday, after to them to furniBh complete description of \ 1
r ... several adhering when I make up my Jewels. machines and bid' to bu for machine* dulivcrwl -
spending, days here.
II at Stark*. rloridn. '
; Mr. and, Mrs. R. B. Roberts, of At one time it was supposed that The board reapnes' the right to reject any 300\
the pearl was a disease of tho oyster, 'PROTESTANT BIO TIIKUHOOI and all bld .
I Worthington, were In town one day E. S."MATTHEWS, I
this week. 1 I'ut it Is now acknowledged that it C. A. FIJTCH. Chairman Brunswickand 25 cent
has its start from little Secretary. 2-2-6t-l-3!
a speck
Barnard Andrews, who is employed some The regular meeting, Monday eve- |
pay an abortive egg which is not discharged NOTIC OF AI'I'I.IATION FOR TAX DEED
) in Jacksonville spent several days at ning Feb. 5th, will be held in the UNDER SECTION 575 OF THE
from the shell, but which, re- Methodist church at 8 Every'men1ber. GENERAL STATUTES ell
his home here. p. m.
4 I( Hereby notice la given that Hoover II"... ColumbiaRecords J
1 I Dr. Handley, of Tyler, was in town maining there, irritates the oyster toa should) be present; important purchasers of tax sale certificate numberedmineetlvely I Want Ad
certain extent. This irritation leadsIt Club'' 226. 22H and 241. imuod by the
matters will be
discussed. Give
several days last week. Tax Collector of Bradford county Florida '
to deposit a sort of mucus aroundit will have some good music for theevening's I aid certificate. being dated AUK 2. 1920 have
I tiled\ said certificate In my otTire and hey.made p I (
which keeps on increasing and consequently Remember .
LAKE entertainment. application for tax deed to Issue In .. i
r BUTLER fjri;
with law.
enlarging. Just as in life the date and place. Bring a friend. j eorflancM hlidc.riiti.ftL...* rmpeotlvely embrace the 25 eachSale will sell
I one sometimes finds a truly noble and The Protestant Brotherhood stands I following lamia In Bradford county Florid,. cents a ) ;
Lake Butler! Feb. 2.-Last Wednesday assessed. at the data of the lHauanc of such
beautiful character evolved from for that is for best I
I Lon everything the Interest certificate! In the namea respectively herein-
morning Brannen met with a some secret sorrow"borne in patience, i after particularly art forth to-wlt
\ serious accident from 'which he died of Starke, and challenges ev I Certlllcal No. 226 embrace South Half or Closes Jan. 31
so in the depth of the ocean this seeming ery' red-blooded citizen of our ,, nik 41 In I.. T. A Coa Sub Dlv.. Sec. 28, Tp. 6
\ the following day. The accident happened com- 1)iN.> R. 22 Eat M eMe {tl evil Is gradually transformed Into to become member $$200 Horse
r "Ico munity a and take Certificate( No. 22H embrace Went Half of
at the and cold storage a priceless gem. Bib 4.1: In L. T. A Coa Sub IJtv., Sea. 28, Tp. Consumers Lumber Co.
plant. lie had( gone to the plant to part in the work to make our towncJl' ,6 S., R. 22 B. ajnuwaed June Johnson (colt I .
i The of the Japanese is not n, morally and 4 Ortlflcut No. 241 embrace Lot 1 of Blk 1
cunning mentally physically
haul away some meat and while waiting I In Lincoln Citqr. ..........d Mary Joiner.
1; ;, for the one in charge to check it limited to political matters, for by introducing to have every boy and girl of Unen) .aid. certificate deed shall be redeemedareordmir '
law will
I to tax umue thereonon
p out, he walked in the engine room. In a small shot into the shell school age in school, that they may the 6th day of March A. D. 1923. I or a ;
of a moluuk, or oyster, it is gradual receive the training necessary to'I Yi ItntNi. my otricial alienator and peal th...
some manner his clothing was. caught the iloth day of January. A. D. ItliU PURE MEADE
ly covered with this mucus and in the equip them for life's battle, where G. W. ALDERMAN j
on a shaft and he was thrown to the ..'
Clerk Circuit ('our. Bradford County Fl.
end is transformed into a pearl. Further success never conies to- the ignorant.If By C. A. KNIOHT.
floor his
clothing being stripped from COTTON
him. He was given medical attention than this, they have injected you see things in the'plans of the 2-2-6t-3-2(Seal) Deputy Clerk. SEEDPure $$1000 Car

j j but without avail, dying We.lneslayI I their religion into their work, for by organization that do not meet withy IMI

.* making very small metal images of ur approval, become a member and NOTICE OF SALE OF ..nno.oa SIX PERCENT Meade upland long staple
TOWN OF 8TAKKE HONDfl I 'Af
I noon.Mr.. Brnnnvn was highly though of Buddha they are able to insert them have the plans changed!; don't standoff l Hereby notice la given that the board of cotton seed, grown from field .selected -
.bond truateea of the Town of Stark rlorlda. e
into the shell In the same and and criticise, but become a booster .. seed. I other
Y' and his death was a shock to the entire way will receive .I.d blda for the purchaa. of grow no Variety or a ,
1'' these in turn become pearls in the and help make it what you think, *:I*.OlIU.nil of Water and Unlit Plant bond. of cotton. Price $2.00 per e ;' '
community. Thu body was laid of the Town of Ktarke. rlorlda. up to cad
\ form of their god. This is a unique it should be. including the 4th day of April. A, D. 1DJI.Said I bushel of :30 pounds at shipping ,
to rest in Swift Creek He .
4 cemetery. bond are to be dated. the Ant day of
,? had been an employe of the dty' for I way uf combining religion with com111' The Protestant Brotherhood is un July. A. I'. l2.! and are. 10 be In the denomination point. Meade cotton will make
('('. Of course the object is to organization made up of men from of $1.00000 eatih. and to bear interestat more than either Sea Island
or
the last five years, In charge of the the rate of 6 per rent per annum payableHemi'annuatly.
J f play upon the Ignorance of the peo- every church in the city and l they desire I on the Unit day of January short staple cotton ; the length $$10,000 .
sanitary department always faithful
,., 4 ti> his work and giving, full Satisfac ple by presenting'these images as a to hold their regular meetings in and. July. of Tb.each principal year with and Interest interact soupnacattached. of .ajdhumla of the :Meade staple is equal to ,

striking proof of the truth of the religion every church if the church officials I ar* payable at the Hanover National that of Sea Island) and sells for
tion. Rank In the city .nd late of New York.
n of Buddha. will open their doors to, them. Some Tho amount of bond, offered for .*!" t I. the same price. Has large boll
c ''k The pallbearers were Mayor R. E.' ., :
of Id
I:tA IMIO <'I0 and the principal bond
'' t Dell, Councilmen J. E. Malnes, Wm. Pearls are of many colors, the of the churches have already signified hull be due and payable l..Ooo.ou the ant Is early maturing, and wilt re- t
white or slightly cream white, of a (denire", to hold union services in the day of July each year hmrinnintr with 1025, sistant. I Farm
4 I Johnson, N, E, Roberts! J, I. I> course, being the most acceptable. But evening, the Brotherhood to attend ina '00' to two clock p. m., on April 4th. 1V2H.Ml >> '
e lass, and J. W. Jones. hidurr are required to <........It with C. A.Fute' 1 .
I. whatever the color it must have body, the music to be furnished by G.
i Mr. Brannen was highly thought of a '". cleric of the' board of bond truatee ofthe V. Cunningham
the town of Starke. Florida. a certified check.
smooth
y bright skin, without which it Brotherhood Glee Club.
;, I county and was 48& years of age. Besides for 1.000,00.. sell check. to be mad payable
ri Is devoid of lustre. Although found 10> <*,eo. O. White. treasurer, of the board of AGHICULTUKA
.?q his devoted wife he leaves four bond truatee* of the town of Stark.. Flor LCOLLEGE r---+---may
in all manner' of shapes, the perfect
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES ida.
children Mrs. Warren Addison of ATHENS
T sphere is tho most valuable, the All bidder. .hall apecify the tin' within GA.
i il Jacksonville, Mrs. Bert Shaw, of UnTo pear which the bidden will' 'lty) the term
shape, however, for certain purposes Several new faces greeted the thereof after notice la given the acid clerkof
I f pas- the board of bond truateea that delivery CUARDIAN-8, NOTICB TO SELL REAL
1 Cure a Cold In One Day being considered equally desirable. tor last Sunday. Some new citizens 91 the UId"b' can bo made. TATE What is more econ-
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referred to above I to be S.I
6. ..,. Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet*,) The question of size affects the valuein whose membership is elsewhere were deposited a* a guaranteeof full compliancewith concern. -I.I hereby given to all whom It .... '
h... j stop. th*Couilh: anilUanaIureunearhta. pearls more than in any other pre. In attendance for the first time. We thy bid aubmltted.. and In the event of that thirty' : dan mlrr. *.<. hereof. omical and profitable ,
I Carrie Hick -
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< id. : W. GKOVE:; : acceptance of aueh bid and th. failure oa the u cnardlan/of O. W. Hick.
clous atone. A single grain pearl, trust others will follow their exam part of the bidder to comply with the term J Jr.. Clarence Rick. Will!. Pay Hick. Woodrow -
thereof. acme hall b* considered aa liquidateddamage Hick. and Olin Hick" minors, will
will Is worth about apply
we assume $3.00 than
Habitual ConntlpatTon cured ple and be present next Lords day. and b* retained by the board of bond to the Honorable R. A. tirean. county Judge. a want
\ and another weighing: about 15 grains Every member of the Church of 1......_ In and for Bradford county, 110...... at hi.
'In 14 toll:
Day 8ald town of Stark bond. are to b* .Issued office In Starke. In said county, at 10 o'clock.
.. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"!: Is a specially Instead of being worth $45, as 014 Christ or Christian church (I use the for the purpose( reconstructing. and *nlaruInic a. m., or as soon thereafter a* the matter can ad in this paper?'
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i t. prepared Syrup Tonic-La: a Jve for Ha bltua.: might suppose, is worth about $45 per phrases III being literally and Bibli- the the Town waterworks of Stark.and. Florida.electric' !light Said bonds plantof private be heard sale for, a authority one-twelfth to sell at public or

\ Constipation. It relieves promptly>> but grain, or in the neighborhood of $600. cally synonymous. At least, no more ar to b* mold for not lc.. than par. In the following described real undivided_tate. Interest In said What have
sold with the approving you
ihould be taken regularly for M to 21 days Said bond are to be "county ..wIIA
Some valuable have
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very pearls difference between them Meisr Thorndik _PalmerA
than between opinion of Storey
to Induce regular/ action. It Stimulates and been Ood...'bond attorneys of _ton. .... I one-twelfth undivided. 1 Interest IB the. West sell
discovered. One ?
',. tl lulatM.! Very Pleasant to Taks 60c as history tells "the American Constitution," and Th. said board of bond _taro) reserve i Half of the Southeast Quarter and the' East to
.Y per bottle. UII! was that dissolved! and taken in a "The Constitution of America") who the right to reject any and all bid. Half of th. Southwest Quarter at Section tWr." Q
L) i Bv order of thc said 'board of bond trustee ty-one. township even 8*.. rang* twenty.
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