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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 9, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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lOCAL BUSINESS MEN ENTERTAINED I'I MEDIATION FAILS;; ISMET

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;I! BY ..WOMAN'S CLUB Andrews-Roberts WeddingA I REFUSES TO SIGN TREATY

Brilliant Social Event '
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'r.; PAY DEATH MUS. \\IIIIE
PENALTY REVOLTING
t FOR 1--- GAEMISS HIIIH\lm FOKCompleting
:f -r. has been the plan of club women I I'I ( NJ.; S TO RESUME :-

Starke since the club building was .,MURDERS .\ : NEGOTIATIONS; : ROBERTS

"t d to show to the men their ap.i1 of unusual social Interest fined tb her hair with bandeau AT ANY 'l'lMl'Lausanne ; -- j 5
event
An a pearl a series of pre-nuptlal
:iation and gratitude for the man- .Little Rock, Feb 2.-Four men con- 'I
took place Wednesday afternoon at carrying a shower" bouquet' of bride's festivities complimentary to !MinsNvllu ,
victed of murder were electrocuted at
which have toward
in they helped
..i1; erection and furnishing of the the Arkansas penitentiary early to-. three o'clock, when Miss Nellie Rob- roses and valley lilies. She enteredon Feb. 7. --All mediationhas Roberts, whose mnrriniA- Mr.

club house. day. All faced death calmly. The I crls became the bride of Joseph WilI the arm of her brother, Mr. Zack !! definitely failed; Turkey!. will not J. W. Andrews, Jr., took place Wednesday -
I itiful I Ham Andrews, Jr., the wedding taking Roberta, of Hustings. sign the allied treaty at the present afternoon, Mrs. George C.
went to the electric chair in the
men
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bruary 1st, from 7 to 8, a dinner
i : with"the latest concessions
place in Lawtey at the home of time, won White gave a miscellaneous shower
following order Duncan Richardson '
1. given for the honorary members, : j
Hen" : the bride's father, Mr. Enoch JotTcr- en-tered, : proposed I /and within a few hours Is- Saturday afternoon, from 3:30: to
Richardson E. G. Bullen, all
convicted
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t lands of club members, and to all
J e who had helped in any way The of the murder of Ira Culp, far son Roberts. M. Wainwright, of Starke, and Rev. I met J Pasha will leave for Angora to [5:30):: at her homo on West Call street.!

"it ing was beautiful with its deco- mer, near Wilmot, Ark., and Will De- Rev. Henry Ezellc, of Bryceville, Henry Kiclle impressively performed I consult with his govepnment. Receiving with tho hostess was bur
I wit tho marriage So far as its object was to conclude mother, Mrs. Georll'oV.. AldermaA.
the ,
;or ms and appointments, tables be. board, convicted of the murder of Mr. performed nuptial ceremony ceremony. ,
and friends of the a speedy peace, the Near East: conference Mrs. J. W. White Mrs. E. L.
relatives '
:i placed in the spacious auditorium and Mrs. William Silsfy, in Stone nessed by The bride is tho youngest daughter BigK
nun failed. Count Mussolini
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:. served by charming young wait' county, Arkansas. popular young couple. of Mr.( Enoch l Jefferson" Roberts of and Mrs. Kfllo: Miner.
I socrctury-Keneriil, in behalf of tho
s. Revolting Crimes The rooms of the spacious Roberts Luwtey, and is a young woman of The honor guest, Miss Roberts,

'y'ti f Jbe guests were greeted at the door Both of the murders" for which i I home were opened en suite, and the l't.uut.v1IId. / culture, who numbers her and powers continue, urged the Iimot negotiations.Pashn to remain At thesame worn a becoming one piece gown of
: olive canton combined! with
I hall and dining room beautifully decJ friends by th< score. Mr. Andrews is green
JbyA,members of the building commit- the men paid the death penalty were
time, hu asked for clear statement
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paisley mid the hostess Mrs.
.t 'Mesdames N. It. Wainwright, J. revolting. Mr.'and Mrs. Silsby were J orated witfi yellow roses, while the ono of the (loading ouniness nun of of the Turkey' insisted crepe; ,
: parts upon While, was lovely in a dress of whihldUlrllltuKo
.H,*.Ritch. E. E. Canova, acid A. Z. Ad- killed with a hatchet or an axe, while i reception room was a bower of beauty S'lurko!. is u member\ of the city council in the treaty.

,.kta; When the guests were assembJeH l <'ulp was killed and his body afterwards I with the decorations of ferns, vines and his many friends are congratulating dimmed with pearl nuMlnlllonu -
Ismvt replied, that the next move and hand embroidery.Minxes .
'"; 'tfmd Heated at the! tables, Rev. L. mutilated and partly burned. i and pink Killarney roses. Pink lighted him on winning so fair: it
;,;V!'"Kickliter offered thanks, followed The execution of the four men was ', topers added to the effectiveness bride. was up to the allies, for Turkey stood J rill Epperson: anti Ethelit'ill'm
of the 8cen". The stairway was v by her note of February I, namely, (n rendered ut piano duet, Znmpn t
lovely -
, 'j by tl delicious supper, the menu being the largest loll exacted by justice on In tho gift room the wedding presents -
1 that she would sign now about 8(0)
with Southern bamboo and percent Overuturo, by Herold, which
entwined 1 was
'a.. single in the of Arkan-
follows: a day history
;, were on display and coml>rlse,1hnhclsome I
of the clauses of the treaty, but
I other followed' by Miss Iris Epperson I'I00Ylng' -
Fried Chicken sas. scenery. '
silver, cut glass, china and I desired that the( others, including the
i I Love's Pleadings. by Kinkel and
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Rice Gravy Duncan Richardson stopped into the i Tho wedding guests grouped in the miHl'elll1lll'ousII'ticles, attesting In
financial mid economic clauses should
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M Hot Biscuits chair at 7 o'clock. Debord was executed pucious drawing room for the nuptial part to the popularity of, the young I Miss Hilda Struth completed tills
be for later negotiations.
postponed
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Shrimp and Potato Salad at 8:02.: Duncan Richardson service, the bride and groom couple. ilinrming l program by'two lovelfMiieo.
I IstiK't added that ho needed to con
Pickles aged 20, was brought into the death" standing under an arch of dainty fi f t ti TIle color motif of yellow and white suit with his own government, but Sanderson numbers, Because namely: Until, by
and I Love
Strawberry Shortcake chamber several minutes before the i i vines and flowers, from which was / bfIiavis.
was carried out in thj- dainty ice the
to negotiationswhen
was ready resume .
)J?$$hipped CrellnHot CoffeeV0TKose apparatus was ready. ,| suspended u white wedding bell with
course served' by Mrs. Efllo Miner, the allies suggested. As till'confe'm.t' Advice the brldo
?: :. assisting in serving were No Nervousness I{ a golden clapper. The wedding music Earl Roberts Struth to was written by a
Misses Hilda has not officially broken
gdumea Florence Powell, Markloy "Good morning hosmiled rendered by Mrs. Nelson ouch guest in n small book tied with
was
gentlemen, Cuthj j Williams woulif
Mary and Nellie St arns. down the continue,
nrmlstlfo
white ribbon and 1 after the music Lhinndvicu
,Jens' Vivirette Lewis, D. E. Knight, to the witnesses and atten! cart, of Jacksonville, and just before I !
The huge cake surmountedby .
, wedding and. he promised do everything humanly road much tho
Moses Mabel Weller Inez Moitt Cla- the entrance of the bridal Mr.I was to amusement
dants. He displayed no nervousness party II | bride und
n tiny standing possible to outbreak
groom prevent nn
Ta*)fae .Shepard, Kate Struth, Audrey and walked to the' chair, looked at It I Lyman P. Pryor of Jacksonville, sung under arch of flowers cut first II of the company.
'' an was of hostilities! Tho
shower of
1 1 Brinson and MarI O Promise Me and Mrs. Lawrence' gifts were presentedby
'Jrylitne, Josephine and started toward the switchboard ,
the bride followed .
by by the) guests. little Vera Claire Robinson who
I fmfet where the executioner was at work. Adams, of Jacksonville, a cousin of ,
t. Long.the course of the dinner, a The executioner moved quickly away."Don't I the groom, sang At Dawning. Punch was served by Miss Hilda I Isim't Makes Statement' made an adorable Cupid, being dressed *
c Struth and :Miss I El.a Blanchard,
I Lausanne Feb. 7.---Mmct Pasha issued in short frock of soft and ffl
beautiful musical program was rendered be afraid of me," said Rich As the strains of the wedding march I u yellow
i',\ Mr. and Mrs. Andrews left in their the following statement at 1:30 1 :: lavender.. Cupid handed the briile-to- }
as follows: ardson, who was not handcuffed, "I were skillfully played the bridal I.ar-I I '
ear immediately after the reception this morning: bo a heart shaped message, and then i
,/Orchpstra selection-S. E. Ritch, would as soon have you do it as any- ty entered the drawing room; first I i
I' the for a wedding tour in South Florida "\VI! clime to Lausanne November led 1 her into the dining room, where
Ethel and Owen Griffin. one. came the minister followed by
and the East Coast, after which they 13 to make peace with the world. We on the table was placed l the shower
'y'jjipianologue) -Paul Ernest Knight. When the apparatus was ready he maid of honor, Miss Oneida McWhite,
will be flt home to their friends in made maximum sacrifice ,during the of beautiful gifts. t
oral) selection-Miss Florence Mat- entered the chair voluntarily. He was! of Moultrie, Ga., wearing white canjton
aM iStarke, on West Madison street The entire conference, and the world's Bowls of yellow nasturtiums adorn.
thews. pronounced dead in three minutes. crepe combined with yellow and
: Next r bride was 'attired in a three piece suit public opinion will recognize: this. Re- I eii. the reception room, and, n color t
;jvl'ttlackface' act-Ruth. Sternberg and Ben Richardson was pale but calm. trimmed with lace. came the
"BHzabeth' Andrews. He said nothing. matron of honor.Mrs. E. L. Biggs, I of sand colored poiret twill with accessories cently we made our propositions in motif of yellow and lavender wan car.

'\ :At the close of the meal cigars and Bullen, after being in the chair five sister of the brit I.1. dressed in light I ( to match, and there was just response to allied proposals, anti we rled out' in the dainty salad course,

,Cigarettes were passed among the minutes was removed and placed in 'a blue moon-glow satin, trimmed with a touch of blue" on her chic, rlose-fll have not received any reply in writing which wits served by Iho hostess, as-

, 'evests. Many interesting talks were casket. The undertaker noticed ho gold lace, and currying an arm bouquet -' ling turban. slated by Mrs Olin W. Whit and
observe that all the other delegates Illunehfl Alderman. Diminutive
"I Miss
'tgiven! by the men, each speaker chos- appeared to be breathing slightly and of pink carnations./ Little !Mary Among the out of town guests were '
have 1 for their capitals.I lavender ornamented with
,,'tne his own subject, but each and ev- refused to take the body. The body Lucile Torodo made an adorable flow-I :Mrs. William Powell, Mr. and Mrs. departed purusols,
was removed, replaced in the chair er girl, dressed in a dainty frock of Lawrence Adams, Mrs. Nelson Cuth- have received no communication tipplu( blossoms, were given ai favors. "
the conference nan been rupturedon
-' and the current reapplied. I yellow satin trimmed with ruffles, und cart, Lyman P. Pryor, of JacksonvilleMr. that

'tithe untiring club women/ of Starke. As Debord was strapped into the carrying a basket of rose leaves to ,, and Mrs. J. M. lirownlt-e, !Mrs. the contrary tho secretarygeneral LOCAL' EXXPKICMIKNT: : STATION +

r- Mayor C. L. Peek made a splendid chair he shouted angrily to an' attendant -I scatter in the bride's pathway. H. I. Brownlee, Mrs. O. L. Bouitlcy, says it hue only suspended, and,

ilress to the gathering, telling of : "Look out there, fellow, you're I Master Leslie Biggs was ring bearer Mrs. A. Price, Abu Hessent, Col. und therefore, I do not deem that the! conference "Floriilu, will have need for all the

efforts made by the women for the mashing my hand." and was a handsomu small attendant Airs. A. S. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. -L. (E. has broken down timber she can product on such of her

8t few years to give Starke a None of the men showed much emotion dressed in a suit of black pan Minjjr, Miss Nellie Stearns, D. P. "Like the other delegates and otter landrf us are not needed or suited. to

ilding worthy of its name; a build. and, all were able to walk unassisted : velvet and white crepe de chine blouse Carpenter Miss Hilda Struth, Mr. the other delegates, I will louvo farming and 1 fruit growing, ," said Mr.

not alone for the use of the club to the chair. .... The bride was exquisitely lovely in and Mrs. Geo. C. White, Miss Amelia this morning to consult" with my government Wyman tit.flit( Telegraph reporter.

mbers but truly a gathering placer her wedding gown of white satin-bark Ray, Mrs J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. J. O. at Angora. "I'rivato timber/ growers and, turpentine (t

both old and young of our town. G. H.: Bennett went last/ week to canton crepe, trimmed with white Hayncs, !Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, J. W. Andrews In reply to a question Inmot told operators roali/n that much couldbe

. \. ,b the close of his speech Mayor Peek Hawkinsville, Ga., to'see his brother Russian pan lace, with tulle vail and Sr., Misses Florence, Elizabeth the Associated, Press that he was / dams in the way of Improved methods .

ented the following resolution who is seriously ill. orange blossoms, the veil being con and Leila Deu Andrews, of Starke. ready to return to Lausanne, or go of operating but they have neither
. elsewhere, perhaps In three weeks, if .
;'L.raid hearty applause: tho time nor the money to slJen.luatl'Mting
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jf!f4:So it resolved by all parties pres
4Nje e: That we appreciate our ntertYinment tions. I IUNI..AWJ.'UI. new ones. Thin work Is fundamentally
here this evening 'in this The First Baptist Church of Starke \ u function, of the state or Federal

'beautiful building, and thank the WIIILIJNTOXICA'nm'' government which has experiment

I/Woman's Club of ..Starke, our fair stations for the .study of agriculture t

;lutatess. That we fully and heartily : and, fruit growing in many places In
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said club and pledge to it Council fusses Ordinance Reituliiling' lorldu.."
'J't::endorse ,
' 'and Driving of Automobile !Mr. Wyman, who ban already started t
encouragement.
: oar support
in charge of thening's work on the Smith timber at
f i|[ The committee .
, entertainment was compos- The city council\ mot in regular session Sampson lake, says that this In the

.feel;, of Mesdames.. L. Beasley, chair1an PT' Tuesday, I Feb. 0, at the! city first utid only experiment, station i in It

J. L. Peek, Frank Hoover, G. M. hall with the following members t the country where naval stores Investigations .

l sawn,- J. H. Ritch, A. Z. Adkins W. present: T. J. Grimn, chairman, S. are being undertaken. The
K. Middleton and N. D. Wainwright. A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin, J. C. Robin office nt iSlarku In a branch of the

J __ PT'D son. Southern forest Experiment: Stationof

BOOSTERS CLUB OF HAMPTON Minutes read 1 and approved.A the United. States Forest Service

M THANK W. C. T. U. committee of colored citizens was and while turpentining studies will

, present with petition requesting water he tho main lino of research undertaken .

J J! 6n Invitation of the Hampton Boos- main lo Thomusvilln\ subdivision. other timber studios will be! taken ..

, er- Club the W. C. T. U. of Stark* : The matter wan re/errod l to Mr. up ut u later date.

kndered a very Interesting and edu- I Bryan and Mr. Robinson!' for investigation "" Although this: station Is the onlyone

Kitionnl program at the town hall on and report. of ifs kind l, yet many valuable results -

Friday evening. Fine singing by theIboir | Tho mayor was present with 'a. I have already been secured by

.interesting and Instructive I''! number of recommendations for the ] !Mr. Austin Cary of the forest service

Simpson Installation sanitary toilets. I'etlitions'werbaccepted I who" has accom'jlislH'd/ much with the
talks by Revs. Daugherty,
Kid Bullen were greatly enjoyed byKAt I I and ordered 110'1.! hearty co-operation of naval stores
'rtho\ matter was deferred for consultation men In Florida and l Georgia. It was

the regular meeting of the Boon.fir with the state health engineer.A ; partly duo to Mr. Gary's suggestion

: Club held Monday evening the folKrwing motion was carried to buy adding that the government haw started all

, resolution was passed: ( machine for the clerk's office. office here.

Q' tj Whereas, we realize that the \V. C. The council panned an ordinance "Our effort are to be centered o>

f. U. has been of great service to ourlonntry REV. ] J. BULLEN. PASTORThis prohibiting intoxicated persons from preserving the timber of the future

a driving automobiles In the town >t through conservative turpentining
Inrm and by is agitating still rendering temperance valuable re- Church, organized in 1877, has always been noted for its able preachers and Starke. me.th.oiH. We must keep the saw.

iervice to( our government by asslstLg a earnest and harmonious membership. Col. D. E. Knight presented a bill mills of the south in operation and
a
i i" the enforcement of the Eighteenth for Sam Rosenberg against the town not trail In the footsteps, of Mlchlga

Amendment we feel that we -. ---. ---.--,. -a ., -- of'Starke for attorney fee and damage where devastation has been followed I
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of
xrald place our stamp of approvalthe -- I' : for 500.00, In tho case by .
the organization and its works. 500 PARTY GIVEN BY MR. ANn J. L. Peek, Mr.and Mrs. II. H. Young, !. age. Town of Starke vs Sam Rosenberg. The citrus and truck growers of Florida

I Therefore.-be It resolved. That we, MRS. BURNS Miss Mabel Weller, Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. Guy Wilkinson and Arlington The same was referred to !Mr. Robinson must have cheap crate material.

r M members of the Hampton BoosterNob C:. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Yarns, each 15 years of age were for Investigation. Our office Intends to study how beat

Join In voicing our appreciationthis Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Burns gave Mr. and"Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and charged with petty larceny. Each to keep up an adequate supply," said

this organization and the spl n- a .500 party Friday evening at their Mrs. C. M. Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. J. plead guilty and were given a lectureby SCOUT BANQUETThe Mr. Wyman In conclusion.Mr. .

Ifd we were privileged to attractive home on West Madison. M. Mitchell the court and each fined 92% ando.ts' Lanquet to the Boy Scouts of Hogan Smith, of Sampson City, .

Itjoy program, and pledge our aid in further- ,street. '' or In default, to be committedto Starke will be given In Turner's Cafeon Is operating the timber at Sampao

liff the principles and ideals that this There were four tables of players, IN COUNTY,JUDGE'S COURT the reform school until 21 years of Friday evening at 8:30. The men lake and was In.town last Saturday \

Irfranization stands for. 'and the highest score was made by J. -, %'. age. of the Baptist church are the hosts, I conferring with Mr. Wyman about the .

I w, o. Duvall V. B. Wheeler Pub- :L. Peek and Mrs. II. H. Young while Nesby Jackson, charged with assault and along with the boys of the troop test area.

Icity,Committee. :Miss Mabel Weller made low. At the and battery plead guilty and W. J. Epperson, Jr., who Is em- will be their fathers. Mayor Peek !t..1

I'close of the game the hostess serveda was sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and ployed by the S. A. L., has been at will represent the community while Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mr. and I -.

I F. L. Turner made a business trjpiesterday I delicious salad course. all costs, or to be committed to the home for a few days with his parents, Capt. J. L. Peek will be present as a Mrs. J. H. Ritch were visitors over to

to Jacksonville. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. reform school for boys until 21 years Mr, and ,Mrs. W; J. Epperson. representative of the Soldier Boys. Gainesville first of the week. t 1

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I ;'; W .C. T. U. COLUMN[ livlnl('. In any country whenever the dreds cama to the refuge of our home this sub stuff outside of"She brain of of the editorial department. The A. V. Varnes, O. J. Phillips, M- ,.

| larger part of the wealth Is in the as victims of the wine room or the saloon a fe"w hard-boiled editors, it Is at the stockholders would throw up their san Willie, Newton Strickland/, \'

I I hands of the few, we may expect in- parlor seductions, today drink jails, for after conviction when the hands in holy horror and justly so. Wm. C. Kammerer, Mrs. A. Steim ,

; THE .MEANING CHRISTIAN i I dustrial I unrest and labor trouble. cases are rarely found, and from the pI isoner hits the trail for the prison Yet did you ever hear of any officials er, C. B. Hayes, D W Moore, ,t.i t.
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a' I CITIZENSHIP: / Prof. Newell !L. Sims, in his Ultimate different caliber of cases coming under under the universal/ system prevailing looking around for a trained man to i Soule, Roy Uohl'rtll1188: Eim' ,

r ci4' i Democracy," is authority for the our care it would seem that tho throughout the country today, that handle prll'loners--human beings :I I Hicks, B. S, Edwards, J/ M. Mint

1. lx mj.hns|\ the writer pondered overt statement that one hundred and baser forma of the monster's subtle phrase used by judges! when sentencing And does that department of your I I! A. B. Surrency, \\. II. bavids.a>

the combination of the two words, eighty; men possess one-quarter of Designs cannot be sustained withoutthe to death, "And may God have splendid paper mean more to the human I M. Edwards, II. S. Roebuck, I I
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I I "Christian Citizenship;" end wondered the wealth of America. Compare this stimulus of intoxicating drink mercy on your soul," could well follow family than would trained, ed- ,I den, O. T. Nelson, Miss Louuy

f what it really means! to the individual with the fact that we have a population "Les, something has happened, for the prisoner. ucated, God-fearing man mean to humanity der, Mrs. W. E. Yarborough, I .

\ member of the Womnn'H Chris- of nearly one hundred and ten tho whole force of our Industrial The marked increase in crime for for handling of human! beings Davis{ Jr., Cecil Bennett, N (r. w ,

(" Lion Temperance Union. A carefulsurvey millions of pe('vle. In the final report Home managers bear witness that the years 15)20\) and 1921 as shown by I ? ,+i wright/ Mrs R. F. .Jones, C, Li[ ,

\ of the department work of our of the commisisoner of industrial the old type of needy man in. no more. the census reports does not apply to The problem of the cause of crime< J. T. Blackburn, Rev. T. J. lie. .

1 1 1r Treat organization shown thut the relations there arc many startling There is need but need begotten thru Florida. The fact is that the high- I and its prevention is world wide and J. S. Bitch, T. B. Browning MiW. ,

4 prefix Christian it riot used 1 with the facts concerning tho present industrial drink is practically wiped out, whereas water mark for convictions and sentences age/ old, and a proper solution will Griffin, I.'. M. Norman, J. M
name of any other deportment.' Therefore situutions. I enumerate a formerly it was one of the most to state prison was reachellln' never be reached until there is a decided B G. Motl, II. 'S. Norman \

'" w it .must have Homo special xitfZaTicance few of them: There are about two prolific causes of poverty. Our relief 1916, when with a population of ap i awakening of the populace, and Roberts, S. B. Fraser, W n. Ha I.I i I.
This dues not mean that million unemployed from four to six and labor bureau contribute
} department proximately seven hundred thousandwe if this means sentimental sob stuff, ,. E. Roberts
I other I
the departments d<> not work months of each one-third of the
year; the same evidence and each phase of it.
received 659! prisoners. The give us more
f basis year
;.4r I from the Christian
for they do. mothers, of labor are forced to helpin of Salvation Army activity ,unites in ]'J20 follows next high, with a popu- I J. S. BLITCII,

,I All are departments of a (treat Christian the support of the family; It is estimated extolling the prohibition law as be- lation of approximately nine hundred'i Kaiford, Fla.
i WnBoys Leave the Farm
a i' organization whose ultimate pur- that there are 1,750,000 children neficient in its results -
':: pose la the establishment of the Kingdom employed who of school the'inmates thousand, we received 508 prisoners, :|i The St. Louis (HoIJl..Demol'ruf: t.U
are "Since of
v of God upoif the earth. It is age. prohibition many and last year with nearly a .million : TELEGRAPH'S; HONOR ROLL a whole lot In a few lines when u

4 'I Ii pertinent, therefore, that he question of our industrial homes have population we received 491.!) I I II I says: "ISk-st rl'USODVe have henrtl l yet

J I (I "Why Christian Citizenship' should COMMANDER EVANGEUNEBOOTH banking accounts. Here are just u We have had crimes and criminals. Names of Those Who Paid Subscription why boys leave the farm Is becana
rh TESTIFIED; few figures which are representative I During JanuaryJ. ofUU.8 emIt crows to b. pa' cow"
,, tie asked and, in some degree, at of the many which the actual facts since the beginning of time, and to I
]least answered. We presuppose that this present good hour prisoners hhve
""t' : ; j I anything bearing the name Christian "With whatever false reasoningsome would supply. In eleven out of our been handled inhumanely, and 'as so I C. Poppell, C. A. Boyd, N. G. No Worms In a Healthy Child
88 institutions 166 have saved
men
t I must or ought to have the principles may deludu themselves, our experience much chattels, with the result that Hayes, B. C. Scarborough, W. R. All children troubled with Worms have anealthyc"br.which
I with all classes of $6,880, an average of over $41 for Indicates poor blood and. ,
? I v of Christ embedded therein, or should society we are not making any headway with Whitehead, J. B. Prevatt, S. J. I'res- rule there Ia more or leas stomach disturb;.
each Not large nest
attempt to reveal thu ethics of the proves that with the ousting of the man. a very egg the problem, and according to your cott, J. M. Norman, W. W. Baisden, GROVE TASTELESS CHILL TONIC lllvrt,,, .
saloon, nine-tenths of the drunkenness to be sure, but nothing short of phenomenal 'lardy for two or three. weeka. wll enrich tlwimpravnth8dliteitlon.anitactasail
: '
}7 v 1 teachings of Christ. The kind of citizenship own statement we are drifting back- J. M. Mitchell, W. M. Bryan, J. R. >nrratStrirnlnil
when it is remembered that <
e ., accordingly, in which we at of the country disappeared, is ward. While I am sure you will not/ Davis, E. Crosby, J.: D. Starmell, B. Tonic( to the whole system Nature WI!I t.
before these in
f an organization arc interested, is a the statement of Evangeline Booth, prohibition men were admit it, the fact remains that our B. Hopson, Alec Riley, P. B. Hunt, J. throw offer dispel the _...,. ehet'lil, : !I v''
4 a state of perpetual destitution and Ineerfethealth.! Pleasant e.60o verb
I of Salvation
I. citizenship; which seeks to realize in commander the Army. prisons and jails today are' the cess W. White, E. B. Bielling, G. W. Roberts -
j they could not under emergency -
f the affairs of /government the ethics "Of all welfare workers none were in I that any pools of crime. In some of our Northern E. L. Crews, J. H. Hitch, Dr. E.

and principles of Christ. In other closer touch with those who were afflicted -, keep twenty-five cents in their states where prisoners are lock- L. DiA'A'; Mrs. S. J. Kelly, A. If.

j I words, wo attempt to measure by the i .. with this burning thirst than pockets."There those that ed in dark, unsanitary c\Jls almost Johns, C. A. Futch, H. O. Brown, D. Lips cracked

Golden Rule of Christ till legislation my faithful officers and people, and are pronounce the entire period of their sentence, G. Kelly, Mrs Ada, Sauers, M. S.
irrefutable themselves in favor of light wino and! and 'sore?
'' I ll' that deals with the welfare of the their uniform and testi- their prison population runs as high Hayes, F. A. Andrews, L. II. Eastman
beer. the medium'folk.
1. They are 'happp
rat'l, and the institutions which the mony shows that the chief source of as 50 per cent repeaters, while in J. C. Hunt, N. N. Thomas, Mrs. MENTHOLATUM
To them the prohihiton amend-
"I. government has created for the soI former debaucheries Is gone. Florida it is ]less than 2 per cent. Jennie L. Hull, J. Frank Thoman, D.
ment is good but its enforcement is
I vial betterment of mankind. "Ono of my principal officers, an Lumber Co. Win. quickly heals
Boree, Consumers ,
{ !Mr. Editor, suppose the manage-
bud. Their is 'modify. AVe have
\ In thin generation the world in asking unimpeachable witness, said to me on- cry J. Thomas F. F. Mrs B. Me-' them.
I ment of should hire a layman Stump,
the your paper
nothing to fear at the hands of
'" t \ from the followers of the Christ ly u few days ago: 'In former days I out-and-out wets. They constitute, a without training to take charge ; Cruder, August Stern, A. F. Peterson .
something more than the statement usually hud eight or ten drunken men
I ." dismal and discredited minority. The _.
in meetings. Since prohibition I
my -
r .1 of a creed or the formulae of doc
.
((1 trines. It demandi. u standard of liv- have only seen two men so conditioned compromisers are the bane that now
threaten the nation's prohibition pol-
ing consistent with the teachings of in all my meetings throughout the

,w Christianity. It is asking! for country. Commander, something has icy."A i
a practical Alachua Foremost
i application of those teaching happened.' ,Yes, something has hap very large number repudiate the County's Shopping Center = = :
saloon and if it choice between
were a
pened. The drink-sodden wretch who
federal courts. Our lies I
I concern primarily -
I with the violation of the 18th formerly was the'despair) of law and 1 the return of the saloon and prohibition -

I 1 Amendment tind.. the provisions of the almost the despair of the Gospel, is I they say they would choose pro- Shop Through Our Mail Order Department. :
\ I hibition. But the of their
found oily instances. Those menace po- ,
Volstead act. The violation of the on rare
i 'i prohibitory Inws Is not confined to the I who am working for' the repeal or the 1 stilon lies in the thought that light i I l

; poor, ignorant alien, but 'is nullification of the prohibition amendment wines f nd beer are effectively
\ practicedas i
should solemnly ask themselves \from\ the saloon and that divore-I '
well by the educated, nativehornt I ) 'ity I i
'can exist without the other. QU ,
t'.' / American. If this law is allowed toi I j whether they are .prepared again toexpuse I 11iV. f
I say I 'No Saloon-it is gone forever j '
j j lie violated with impunity all law suf1 their, fellowmen to this tenlI Ser ic J
but give us light wines and beers'"These
> fern ble temptation and) peril. i
'1 I accordingly If the beneficent I
I results of prohibition are to be realized I "One of my officers in Kentuckytells I 'modifiers' for the most part 'NO.V'LLEFLOR'DA' I
of old mountaineer who said hate drunkenness. Nobody defends. 1
I
if ti there must bo upon the part of an I
,\ : the citizens a to him: 'Captain, six years ago I drunkenness as a habit. The poor

i its observance very and genuine enforcement demandfor hud no home, no possessions at all. drunkard excites universal pity and Largest Stock of Ladies' Ready-to-wear, Dry Goods and

and. that demand, must come not from For years I had been a drunkard. My\ almost universal contempt. What an
t
f \ small or Isolated groups, but from wife and Children lived. in poverty. infinite shame it is that reasonable Notions in Central Florida.COMMERCIAL. ,l I;
be found to defend and plead
men can
Now I have built and for
: "" I ,i men and women of every walk in life.I' paid my I
s i \\hnt Should be the Attitude of the home. I live in the hot summer on for the stuff that makes drunkards ,

I'I'i True American my lot by the river.' While this conversation But these modifiers say that three per i
I" cent is safe. I deny it! I challengeit
(I the childrenin
going
: One of the grave difficulties faced was on 1
$- I in securing the adequate enforcement neat bathing suits were taking a Some subjects will become noticeably

j ,1 i dip in the river. The mother sit- intoxicated on drink of low
of was
'I any law is the selfishness of the
' Ii{ ''f' human heart, the desire of most persons ting in the rocking chair. A first class alcoholic content. Some can take a JOB

4 to observe and obey such laws m record was playing 'Nearer, My God, drink of much stronger proportionsand

t j I please them. "The liberty of the sub- to Thee.. The old man said, 'I owe reveal to the casual observer ro
I \ it all to God and the and bud effects. But what are the facts'
s I ject, "tho rights of individuals"! become men wom-
? ,I' at once very important matters en of God who put down the accursed "Science tells us that alcqhol Is a PRINTINGCARDS
1 narcotic, habit-forming drug, the first
'1 drink.
1 but we must hold that the liberty of
"Jr effect of which is to paralyze' the
'I
the "The superintendent of slum
subject, or tho right of the individual our
highar-centers of the brain. It "
I is only safeguarded when settlement work tells me that applications maybe

'::' ,I that "liberty" or "right" does. not interfere for relief are reduced fifty per] quite unobserved by the man hijjj- ..

::1))' with the liberty or rights of cent. She says the majority we now :' self and the surrounding company, .
but even as the microscope will discover -
\ relieve widows. The families in
a \ ; others. Our problem'is" to make the are
1 a the bacteria that threatens the
I I average citizen realize that the ,good; the districts we visit are better fed, \
I of the whole is 'worth {inllnitely more better Clothed, and better! housed. An health, BO science with its delicate and

I I V than the pleasure of the few Some other significant,; feature is the decrease acucrate instruments startlingly show I
; k, : in deaths chil- that no person can take into his system !
months ago, when traveling upon one among! young '
E j>. it our trnn.t-Atlantic liners, a gentleman dren. It used to be u common thing the small quantity of alcohol contained

s .1 ) with whom I had been conversing for reports to reach us of babies that in a glass/ of light wine or beer

I \ on the matter of prohibition said, "I had fallen from fire escapes and infants without the sign of Incipient physi POSTERS. :
',
1 cal degeneration. I
was not a total abstainer before the that were smothered on account I

1 passage' of the Eighteenth amendment of drunken parents, but not one such ENVELOPES -, : .
QUESTION OF CODDLING: CRIMINALS : I
w I but when Uncle Sum went dry report has reached us during the last
DISCUSSED UY HUTCH BILL HEADS
t I I went dry with him." So spoke the I year, .

i I true phase' of lifu it is an appalling "Our women's rescue officers bear t,
I NOTE
L Editor Florida TimclI-Union-WiII HEADS
!\ fact for the average citizen to con. testimony to the effects\ of prohibitionupon
I template. the broken hearts of our city you again permit me to take issue j
4 with some of the Ideas you advancein WINDOW CARDS
These workers
streets.
In the Anal report of the commission experienced ,
k on industrial relations the cannot be deceived regarding strong your editorial in Sunday's paper '
_ causes captioned "Coddling Criminals." You SHIPPING TAGS
,I"", for industrial unrest are given drink's or light wine's relation to the
lay the blame of crime largely to misapplied -
social have
evil. simplified
d thus: They a greatly
philanthropy, and that sen- LETTER HEADS
"Unjust distribution of wealth and ) problem with the drink factor -
as -
timental and the sob stuff as worked "
eliminated. Whereas in the past hun-
income unemployment and denial of
; offers a reward for crime. I have ,/ Y
rx'' an opportunity to earn a living,; ; denial I
) been indirectly or directly connectedwith i
of justice in the creation, adjudication ASPIRINSay 'J
tf ''t, Florida prison system for a num- I ')
and in the administration of
ber of years.' I have seen the prisoners .
; in the phosphate mines, turpen S k v "

opportunity "Bayer" and Insist! tine woods, sawmill camps, on the ,
It is well for us Christian citizensto .
and at the state
r, public highways here!
+ pause and study these sources of farm. I have also visited some of the "Our Work is the Best" ., '

1 F the unrest In the World of industry. '" so-culled model penitentiaries of the t

No duty is mon imperative upon any North, ,Stillwater, Minn., Joilette Ill., ,

ja a government' than to make it possible Columbus, O., Jackson :Mich., and{ others "

for, e"l'rynan and woman to earn a and have never yet seen' hny of

this coddling of criminals. On the

GET RID OF THAT other hand, I have seen men being .,

4 made maniacs, degenerates, dangerous ,

and worthless, who had they been
"TIRED FEELING"DO properly handled would 'In all prob-

ability been remade or real men madeof
feel down and hallI' '
you run "
them.
silk all the Lame? Are you thin, ,
4i 1' pale!, easily tired-no energy, IKJ Have you ever visited your own BRADFORDCOUNTY p

ambition, no"pep'Y t'nU-an you nee the name "Bayer" onmickngu splendid "Blue Jay" or year model .' ,

f Now is i the time ti> take: Gudc'a or oil tnbli-ta, you are not (get': county farm If so, I will make the
Pepto-Manipm. I It will brace you up, ting the genuine Hnyer product pro- assertion that never saw affy coddling
give you n delightful feeling of vigor arilMHl by physician over twenty-two you
and ambition. cniRh your blood. build yours nml proved safe by millions. for of prisoners, but had you look-

p firm solid flesh, and bring the healthy Colds. Tleadach ed close enough you might have seen
y color back to your' skin.! Toothache Lumbago the reverse.

Your druggist has Guile's-Liquid Earache Rheumatism The fact is that if there is any of I
ti or solid,us you prcler, :Neuralgia Pain, Pain TELEGRAPH

..Aem'rtr.ar..r Tablets of Aspirin"
I .. Gude only. Knoll unbroken package contain.
.), I, proper direction. Il.tnJy lioxe of 6'66r.
'FLORIDA
3 twelve tablets cost few cent. PrutfgUU SfARKE
: pepto..Mangan ,olio sell l...ttt,-. of 21 and HM1.
Aepirin is the trade murk/ of BuyerMnmifnrtiiro a Prescription for Cold, Fever and

: 'nicand Blood Enricher of aL'e'ti"aei..ter. ofnlleyllcaeioL LaGrippe. It's the most speedy remedy -

$ we know, preventing Pneumonia.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA t nIIIImU1ll
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t :OI OJt1uC1IIf0ID i ammmmcn: l.mamnJIDmmmCUIlUllllIl11llIlII<
, r After Every Meal tu'lulu of the company/ have immmneI the school.
NewsoF Florida in Short Paragraphs g gI J Jr I r III Jacksonville for several days returned
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... ......... ,,......, .,...,, ,..,.... I i __ I 1",1 that construction work has been I Mrs Mary Pimatt, is the (;.test of to her home hurl I.
t ra l. < nnH "? ? ,.."..,..,,. >.,,,-.,.,..?..L ,. j ji I -- --- __. I pDgrvMsinic' far in excess of expectutimw | her" son, II. J. Pifvutt, of Stiirki- ;Miss Clerics Uowling, !of Saturday Luke Butler ,

-.1 and\ that it will be but ft short Miss. Kmma Johnson let Mondayfor ,
Live was n vistior hero Monday after
r i t. State NewsY | WR 6lEVS I tune until the whit sand bats of theouuHewujs Lnwtuy where- she has accepted u noon.

........(Wa iW____.._.... J I ', bring tilled In on both position in the dry goods!! store of U.I i.F. i. Mrs Vesta Brown
W YYY Tb Wl W/M.vYirpW AYYM.rt --- .. ---- sides of the buy will be completedi I Young and 1 little daughter \ -

Told: by Our Exchanges.A i i and the work of building them up Frank Abernathy, of Graham, was Marjorio Louise, of Jacksonville j'
Chew food are visiting/ her parents, MiTniid: Mrs.
your
..a.DlllliGfO{ rt .....Q0I1"."'.....'.''''' "_ .__..__._ ______ j |'stul't'd.| for the most:\ difficult part of u biminesH visitor !here I Saturday.W. : Louis
"""' .WIWIlWll.lWllo) : well then i Reynolds, this week.
owmmmmrurnmmmamumnmmmlnTlllmlmmlmmllij I useWRIGLEY'S | the causfwiiy construction work is ov- I.. HulcheiiHonvh< has been

panther hunt was recently staged ken in three places and the right; arm to et' ... ,.- visiting his daughter, Mrs, EugeneScully ,, Mrs. Warren Cason, who has been :
In the Big Cypress swamp near !severed a few inches above the el- aid digestion. of Inglis, returned to his home visiting\ relatives' in Lakeland for the t'

Fort Myers which resulted in the bow. here Suturdny.MiaN I past suvewl days returned. to her
bringing home of a fine specimen of It also keepsthe followed! homo here Saturday.
I l Eloise Owsley, uf ThtToasa,
panther, measuring eight feet from teeth clean MoNHi'N. Hurley Moore and Carlos
English peas are now being sent to private detectives investigating the was a visitor hero Saturday.
nose to tip of tail. t- I i( Northern markets by the carload breath sweet I' disappearance of $260,000 worth of W. 1'. llirt and son, Marvin, of Louise Johns. were visitors to I Raleigh, lastWeek.

from Long Dr nch. Evidently this appetite keen. Jewelry belonging! to Mrs. David G. were transacting business here

M. B. Hutton general manager/ of will continue during the fouler weath- The Croat American (i Joyce, wife of the Millionaire Chiea- Saturday.A. I J. C JOMC.H was a visitor to Starke

the Hutton Engineering: and Contracting ]I: er, as new fields are being planted by I '.Sweetmeat lumber! man which she reported' A. Durden was n business. visitorto Sunday.
t Company of Savannah, Ga., the side of those being harvested. The Iit'o been stolen from their winter Starke Tuesday Hurney Cone, of fake Butler, was:

r has arrived to begin work on Gaines- I planting of pecan trees is going; on I' home in 1\1 iHl1\i. Frankly ndnnttirg I Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Waldo, 1st u visitor here Sunday.

Yille's $125,000 street paving prog- j with a rush.Wednesday. that the circumstances surroundingthe t hti guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs,

ram. Actual construction is expected r j t.D9 'I care are the mont baffling with I J. Allen. }o'IVI11ILI: -: 1

to begin Monday. was the banner strawberry I San the which they had conic in contact In I

I day for shipping for Wauchula Wrapper. yeurfc the police turned their search KAIFOltD Five ;Jlile, Feb !O.--Mesdamex' II. L. '
I
The record price for property in growers nearly twelve thousand I I toward apprahcnduitf u )J..ddh'r'rt'- Duke and I Lucy Williams were guestsof I
Lake county this season was estab- put, 'tf section -
Mrs
I D. I. Illume
of berries .
i quarts being brought in on Raiford, Feb. i).-Milieus Drown, of Wednesdny.Mr.
lished yesterday when John Arborio,1 that day. One hundred and forty refrigerators of the Joyce estate making uhuUMc Starko was business visitor hero on I and, Mrs lirudy McLeod, of

ft, Connecticut paid $30,000 for his were filled that day and beasts Recently a bear was reportedon to house canvass during thelust Tuesday I Miller, were, guests Wednesday of Air.sind .

fifteen acre orange grove. The grove unfortunatMy berries took drop Atlantic boulevard, and now comes three clays. Mm. 1'. 1'. Dekle. .
a on \ Mr. Hire, of lienrsonville( N. ( ., I
.
has ,OOO boxes of choice; fruit on it the same day falling from around 20 proof positive that members of 'the I I' is visiting his i'Kt.'r. Mrs. WV.. Mr. und Mrs. J. Woodvillu Williumi

at present I II I lents. to the grower to 15 cents. American eagle family are living near Mrs. Frank Preston, wife of the l'un-I Hire. of Jacksonville, passed through here I t

i I I I the city. TVo infant eagles were exhibited voted slayer of Frank' Costive, died A. II. Andrews spent Sunday' in Fridny cutout to Miller to visit her ''
.
successful gator hunt was engugtd.in i'|'| Following an order from the court I that were killed when the tree a'! her father's home in Fort MoudoIjriday Jacksonville with his brother, R. J. uncle, 1'. II. Hinies.

by some visitors and residents' Sheriff Ramsey proceeded to Newberry ia which their nest was built, was ( and in order that the husband Andrews, who is seriously\ \ ut the !ill is! I'. 1'. 1I"ldo,1 sons, Kirk and

I of Fort Myeri which resulted in theY Tuesday and exhumed the body of felled by local hunters.C. alight Lie with her at the end, ShorilTlobHunroVk hospital then Julian, were visitors to Luke, UuLterFrUluy.
capture: and dispatch of a gator that him .
Abu Wilson, the colored nun recently sent to Fort Mi-iulo f/.l..! D. 1 I'::. Knight of Stuike.: wall
.!;' measured twelve feet, ten inches in killed in that section. A medical R, Waller, while working for in charge* of u d'pulVhen the wire in town Monday on business. I I Mrs. Lacy Williams and Miss Mao

",length. The prize will handsomely commission went out for the purposeof Stone & Webster on the installation runic that I there was no hope the .sheriff Mrs. J. C. Jones and little son, Hilly !- II' ice were guests of :Mrs. Oscar

mounted. mating an autopsy to determineif of a switchboard at the l Plant City told P Pr. .'tort \vlio li uuuitinu; mi left Sunday for Tampii where I K.ini'H Tburstlay. t

,.. possible the exact manner of his Public Service Company Saturday appeal> to thc supreme\ court to get they will spend, several d.iyn visiting ] II. 1.. Duke nrid daughter, Mrs: Ln.v ti
; Two people both colored kill- I .
ready
,
.,' 't"cd were death whether it was by.shooting, or was stricken with paralysis on one I Thi-rc are no county fund. for .Mr. and !Mrs. Alphonxo Jones.Mrs. I < \\\iMi-inis' worc shopp'riic' in LnkttCutler \
and live others all colled
were hanging. side- of hr- body and, flJto\ the floor. hir-ed / linger" 1 left Friday afternoon Saturday.
Ltnore or less seriously injured north
;?, lof' He hud never suffered from any such ] ) for Jacksonville. where slut will join I.. G i. Johnson, J. Williamn i>nd )
: Madison
when u Buick six automobile nfohctl the
I Lacoochee continues to trouble before but said that he was I transportation in order\ her luiKband who hits hoer in West M. I' Deklt were attending to liusi I.1
'i grow rap
in which at'
they that
[ were riding the .
lust minutes of the wife'slife
kicked in the face by mule while Palm Beach for several ''
idly. Nearly train brings in n days.: Th..ywill \"e"K.in Lako Hullor Saturday.
[high speed ran into an oak tree on every | might bo
brightened by the .
serving with the expeditionary forcesin presi'ncu spend a few days in Jacksonvillebefore ,
new people to work the building
ithe on '
of the
side road. The whole back ( of her husband. Costint1 --- 1'1U.
waskilled
of the mill town and the Franco and attributes his present gluing on to Atlanta where theywill .,
new ..
Lot the cur was torn to piece accom- in un altercation 'near Avon -"" I.ytt1 uw I reanirnenwesvttelhyma
condition to that make their home,
I modations of the town overtaxed
e.' are Pail:, i .. Iu/r.rbyyIrlrytoeeuJrv'
'
t .* R. V. Ralph who took his life by badly It is so difficult to find a placeto W. 11. Andrews spent Monday in ,11011101, the bimst inn '(11) rem r...! 4- 5tmHKivliiurailuil 1

i I ft shooting, himself last Tuesday night stay that the overflow has extended Rov. W. n. Ruis, the linker county 1I/ '' ) Luke lUitlor., ..... I tllim. I'rle. eMH. 1.M'I.

"fwhile on the ,Seaboard train platform to Trilby and as far as Hade City. 'I preacher and planter brought to the S. I I
II: is estimated thnt average of Duval county (all' Friday night for
the was
just as train pulling into the tan
Hampton, Feb. U.-W. I K. Daugher-
iff.station at Laky City later was''Ii 1 "ifty new people am coming in each safekeeping following the killing of HAROLDIIUMF.Pmlclont Wm.'P. SIMMONS D. A. MORRIS&N. Jr.
.I cek. I his wife early Friday, which he said ty will preach ut the Christian church Vic..Pr..ll lint( S... A.!>.... I
!
identified by a citizen hero as R. V. next Sunday and
morning evening.
was accidental is now being held '
.,I.'! Ralph who once lived in Ocala and II. I charge of murder. A coroner's jury on a The ladies of the Christian ehuA'hwill Beat Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

I who was an umbrella mender. I Despite the tact that Columbia 'I. visited the ftuls plantation, the scene give a supper ut the city hull on Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices ".
county is experiencing its first at- t.
4 Feb ICth, the proceeds to be used for
of the homicide, twenty miles south.
More than 700,000 pounds of fish tempt in growing strawberries on a the church. I Prompt Shipment }
west of Macclenny, and, returned
I a
?: wero shipped from Fort Pierce dur- '1 commercial scale growers have been verdict that the preacher-planter beheld Mrs M. L Kawley, of Green Covo Ask your neighbor.,II. know liq

ing the months of December and January making daily shipments of the finest i for the death 'of his wife who Springs, who bus been the guest ofi i Gel New Fall price lilt Before BuyingE. ;
I' Most of these wee fine Span- of Klondyke and Missionary berries her '
wad parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, Allen
instantly killed by the fired
ish and King mackerel, caught by to the northern markets since December from shot charge for several weeks, returned to her O. Painter FertilizerlCo Jacksonville, Pla,
handjwith squid and line from a few 20. In addition to the shipmentsto a gun. home Friday i i ;

'I' miles to fifteen or twenty miles offshore the northern markets, the local Mrs. J. S. Uuse, who visited her 11

.; in tho ocean. market is consuming from 450 to COO In advertisements published by two daughter Mrs F. K. Henry, who in in j

...LThe quarts a week the United,States veterans I !Miami real estate firms! which are St. .Luke's hospital Jacksonville lust
Seaboard Air Line Railway will hospital being the largest sin- among the largest in the state, offered -
: Sunday returned to her home here.
1 illation a development agent at Plant gle purchaser. to purchasers of lots prior to January Dr. liiggH, of Slurke was a professional '| .

City recognizing the importance of I 1921, profits varying from 1 CO visitor here Tuesday .; !f :

that place in another direction. This Fifty men and women for three to 133 per cent. One firm which has Rev Burke, pastor of the Methodist -

feature of the railroad's work has for hours battled a fire Which swept about sold extentive subdivision on Miami church, filled bin. appointments

its purpose encouragement to develop 300 acres of hay and sugar cane land Beach, offered to buy buck any pieceof here Sunday. .

industries at all sections along the near Lemon! City. Banned by a light I ocean front property at CO per cent The Hampton truck growers .shipped -

., line. breeze and leaping from 40 to 50 feet profit. Anothe" company offered to 181 crates of strawberries Mon-' COUPE

in the air, the flames for a. timethreatened i iI | buy back lots in the subdivisions: in day. !

11 in neat in to reach tie large dairies tne Everglades at a price Of ii.J; percent *
it-ting occupying a I I The Ladies Aid society of the Hup- '
a street cur alongside a white man where hundreds of thousands of dollars more than the purchase price JH list church met at the homo of !Mrs.J. .

ami "cussing" the man out when he i of tine cattle and $.>0,000 worth' months ago.Several W. Hudenbauirh! Tuesday. New Price

protested, drew a fine of $2;) for Rosa of cut hay were in its patch. Thu i Proto II, II. Wiggins and& suits, of

Lee White, negro woman, of Tampa only explanation of the origin of the I physicians in St. Petersburg Starke attended, the oyster supper (

when she y/aa arraigned before Judge fire is that a cigarette was dropped : have joined together in, the (purchase given here by the Rooster! club Mon ,

Worth in municipal court Saturday in the dry grass.Development! of $1,000 worth of radium that day evening 'i "
will be used by them in the treatmentof ,
morning. Mrs. Cochran and son, Hilly, of Macon "
cancer and other diseases that are
of hundreds of acres (;a., are guests of his sister, Mrs.J. rs
i D. J. Lee, of Eustis, wounded and of the 92,000 acres of land in Washington said to yield to radium. The costly II. Pollard, this week. ,

\ captured a large American angle near and other counties: has been stuff is to be kept in a lend CHne. Iho The oyster Jlul'perlIven/ by the 530'F. ,

town Thursday. lie shot at the bird, decided upon by the Sale-Davis Company amount purchased, in spite of its cost Booster club Monday evening/ wan u
la 8() smnll that it in contained in I
of Atlanta according to Wade a I
the of of its
breaking tip one wingsso success and greatly enjoyed by all.
I I
1
vial only little bit larger than the
that it would not fly and it was Davis, an official of the company own- a Out of town guests were J. T. Quigley -
brought into town alive. It is one of ing that immense acreage la this sec I point of -lead pencil. The agent who Prof. If. It. Wiggins/ and norm, '

the largest specimens ever seen here, tion. Of course: the Satsuma will be I made the sale here said that it wouldbe Orrio and Lo. Some Interesting and I

measuring seven feet from tip to tip the principal I fruit exploited at the almost impossible to lose even that helpful remarks were In&do by J. Allen '' ,
start, but other fruits will be planted small amount of radium, nt it is' so '
of its wings. Prof. Duval and Prof. Wiggins/ ,
and this new use for tho cut-over powerfully active that it would he of Kturke. n&

Rufus Bell, 13, of Jacksonville was lands is expected to work wonders in easily. located if misplaced. V. B. Wheeler und family were vistors ,' DetroitCompletely

mangled to death in a revolving debris this section of the state. to Sturke Sunday. I, I
Thq grand, jury for the fall term
chain at the Putnam Lumber Co. S. It. Swimlel of Thercssa Waif n''
of circuit for Alachua Equipped It
court
mill in Milldale. The boy was dead Jacksonville has teased to be a county business visitor here Monday. '

when the huge chain was stopped. Tho small town, still, less than ten miles which reconvened by special order of Miss Henry, of Waldo is teaching u '
from heart be found I the court to investigate tho lynchingof ...
body was then extricated and employes its very arc to
" found that both legs; had been bro- some of the wildest of bifid and Abe Wilson negro, who was killed', SKA ROARI* TRAIN 4SCnEIULK
!
Iby hanging for cattle stealing reached i
I. ,
I \ a decision thin morninir. The jur.lo'l

Il l I was warrant unable the to find return sufficient of any evidenceto indict I (In effect Southbound Jim t lo-vn, | i

iF SICK TODAY!
ments. Considerable attention halt No.1 reaches 10C9. Starke at'12:10: a. m.
No. 3, : a. m.
been this it
given case, as was n* a
4 result of a petition from Newberry No. 21, Cedar Key Train 4:58: p. m.

( t residents which incited the court' to No. 15, Limited t:18: p. m.

call the grand jury to investigate the NorthboundNo.
TAKE NO CALOMEL
case 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m.

r No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. ,

Willis. :Fleming negro' of Hauling, No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47: a. m. (: The world has never knownan

attempted suicide Saturday afternoon No. 10, Limited, 5:55:! p. m. I
enclosed car of this
when he slashed his throat almost entirely Wan nee Branch typeat
"Dodson's Liver-Tone" Straightens You Up Better ThaI:! '
across with an'old rusty pocket N. 101 leaves Shirk 7:4.1 a. m a lower price. No car at

Salivating Dangerous Cal mel and Doesn't Upset knife. lie was rushed to physicians No. 104 arrive Starke 3:15 p. m. I
price has ever offered
7 for treatment and it is said he may Limited train No. !9 due at Starke any a

You-Don't Lose a Day's Work-Read Guaranteetongue recover from the wound. lie is-i said 11:22: p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe greater value.

to have been In bad health and way tersburg. |
living. in a small shack alone at the Limited train No. 10 core at Starke
i discovered, a vegetable!" compoundthat ague malaria sour stomach/ time. It in said that because relatives 5:45 a. m., St. Petersburg. to Jackson I' Place your order now to insure '
lore the work of dangerous or any other distress rained' by a I
nrkening calomel and I want every torpid liver a* quickly *A .u. clone of showed no Interest tn him he ville. early delivery. Termsif
j' r\adcr of this paper to buy a bottle tile, nauseating, calomel, Ixoidiit" will grew despondent. Relatives would not (These two trains do not stop at ;
for' a fw cent and if it doesn't not mole you wick or wp you from even aid him in getting proper medi- Starke. Ocala and,Plant City are the j desired.

straighten thaa salivating you up calomel better jiwt and go quicker back a duy'i work.Calomel I In. pyilloD--it'. mfrcuryife cal attention for a chronic ailment only stops they make between Jacksonville ,

t. tbe tore and jot( your money hack.I attacl rf the hon ,iWt<.>n causing rhetinmtmm. from which he suffered. and Tampa., I
guarantee tliiit one spoonful oftKIlIOn'a CalreiMc-l Bi ditng<*r nii. It Trains Nog. 7 and 8 operated from J. W. ANDREWS JU., DE.tl.lt .

Liver Tone will put your .I.ken..while niT.D'"''""''" Mver. Tone Rapid progress i la being made to- Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7 I LINCOLN FORD FOKUSONSTAKKE
and clean U Safe, pleasant| and li rmj..... Eat
luraUh liver to Work your w.rd the completion of the Candy. leaving Hampton 11 :50 p. nit and No. FLORIDA
feet of bowel of the Hour bUtt anything/ afterwards. because it ran I ,
tfcirty bridge Old Tampa bay which 8 arriving Hampton 5:10 a. m. .These r
ant constipation poison which la not salivate. Give it to the children avross ,
edging your ay.t<>.pj and making you !because it durxn't upset the' stomach I when completed January 1, 1924&, will are through trains, St. Petersburg to
feel! OIi""r.ble. or shock the liver. Take a spoonful make the distance between St. Peterberg *- Cincinnati, Ohio. t 1
,, that'one spoonful of this tonight:; and feeling One and GRIFFIN .
guarantee T. J. 111
( day. I And Tampa but 18 miles as com-
for full work.
medicine will ready a
harmless liquid liver ) -- -- -- ..
retievc.khe headache, biliomne. coated pared with 57 miles by automobile Agent.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 19W.It : .

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i I Bradford Ccunty_ TelegraphPublished I CITIZENS BANK RAIFORD GOES 1 I ikil CROSS PUTS TIU.COUNTFEDERATION 1'I.OIUD.TO MEET IN STAUKE OF I I I THE STRAWBERRY .IOVE IH.'oJl'(


Strawberries continue to leave ,
hi
M>
INTO VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION; The Woman's Club of Starke Is daily in ever .increncinif
weekly and entered as quantities,
UP S9J39.872 forward with much interestto
looking During tha last few days two
I second class matter, at the post I I / retnir-
the meeting of tho Trl-County Federation erator cars have been cent off!
office at Starke, Florida. I true and potent today ut it ever was loauY 1
'.- I I It STATE: BANKING:'; DEPARTMENT I which those will find out sooner of which Mrs. Godwin, of with berries, and at this writing ,n_

B: Editor and Owner I DESIGNATES:: THE HANK OKSTARKE I later, who do not now recognize it. Year's Budget Stresses Relief' Lawtey, is president, the regular I other la under loading The ,pric- ,

TO TAKE OVER DE- I ___ __ and Services at Home meeting of section five, composed of 1 which have been from $6 to $7 p<.i

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1 I POSIT ACCOUNTs-"flt.\NSAC- the club women of six counties, of bushel, dropped<< to $5 Wednesday, "i,
TION HANDLED) WITHOUT ANY and Overseas. which Mrs. Louie Belle Crown Moore account of the berries being waUrv,

SUBSCRIPTION;! RATE I| INCONVENIENCE' TO IIEPOSI-. is vice-president. caused by the rain of the two preo.Mi.,

Per Year"-!______-____________$2.00 'I TORS.
1 W, I __ MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID The joint meeting is to Le held in ing days.

Stnrke on the 28th of this month. On : Every> day an express car, loaded \t",

I One of the small production' The Citizens! Bank of Haiford has Cr this occasion there will be on the program capacity, la being shipped) from .her..

,1 of goods cause in Germany is thift so much gone into voluntary liquidation,. and Over S3.000.000 Allotted to the and guests of the Starke Club I II The space occupied by berries is

i timo is consumed counting marks. A the Bank of Sturku has taken over its Disabled-Foreign Work such prominent women as Miss Skin. filled with beets, great quantities
y ., cobbler may do a pjece of work in I affairs. For some time the bank had MAIZY GRAHAM B NER Lessens. I npr, president of Florida Federation,' which are grown by E, M. ThoMx,

ry" five minutes, but it will take him fifteen not been a paying investment to the Mrs Galloway, vice president, Mrs. I D. G. Cox and F. F. Flume. 1Vednei.day .

minutes to count his pay. stockholders, and, they. recently decided -I II W. S. Jennings, vice president of general Mr. Flume .showed his capacity

to discontinue the business. The I THE CIRCUS RHINOCEROS"I Washington.-Expenditures!: totaling federation, Mrs. McCollum and for work, having; pulled.., sorted, crated .

In the current number of the Mac- resignation of Cashier G. W. Jacobsto I the Rhinoceros In $:}'J,7aO,872 for Carrying through Hi others, also representatives from each hauled to the depot and addressed"
take effect last Saturday, at which am case of services and relief during 25: crates of beets. A beet crate
: clenny Standard the editor describes one should ask, and In case no program club in every county, comprisifl|fBec- ;is:
a sanguinary fight between two negroes time he expected to leave to accept a does ask I will tell them uuyway. the fiscal year In life. United States tion five. This will be an all day meeting of about twice the capacity of a berry

I in which Please Bacon was similar position elsewhere, brought won't be badly treated. I have a and overseas are authorized In the I and the Starke club will take crate

t. sliced up with a long knife in the : the stockholders face to face with the of spunk that way. I like to be petted. budget of the American Red Cross effective great pleasure in being hostesses on

hands of Taylor, and nary a pun on I I'i proposition o ,.making immediate arrangements July 1, 11KB.: This total Is $2,. this occasion. FOR EXCHANGE-Improved Lawtey -

the names was made. You should not I for closing; up the bank's "Indeed I love to be petted. 735,075 lees than the expenditures for I property to exchange for farm

,! be BO wasteful of raw material, Av- : affairs. By an agreement/ betweenthe I there are many people who don't the last fiscal year, when disburse of same value. J. M. McCulley,

ery. stockholders and the state comp- a rhinoceros hns any Hffectlon inents reached $12,473,8-7.GI! It Is an Had any scrub bull or boar funer 1917& Spearing St., Jacksonville,

t" I troller, it was decided to entrust the they don't know me. I love flounced at National'> Headquarters IDa ala in your community lately? ,I Fla. it*

liquidation to the Bank of Starke. and anyono can do anything; with statement emphasizing the necessity
The other day a St. Petersburg aviator I
It kind '
they're to me. of continued support of the organize
That the handling of the matterwas
invited William Jcnningp) Bryanto "I won't stand bad treatment as
1 lion by enrollment during the annual
given into capable hands is shown -
to\e with him In his
a ride aero aid before. And my keeper says b
felt Call, November November 30
plane. But this offer was declined by the speedy manner in which the admires me. He admires a GENERAL INSURANCE
inclusive. Thin.. total for the budget
with thanks. Seems that one whoI' transaction was handled.I Saturdayat who won't be treated badly but '
is ekc'l.isive: of the large tlnunclal op. .
ban been "up in the air" and who owes noon W. Wainwright, state will do things If treated well. INMAN & RITCH
:
eratlonx of the S.IWO active lied Cross
much of his to "wind bank examiner, received telegraphic says that ought to how people .
so notoriety ;
It is pHtlnlutcd, ( will
instructions from the comptroller to kindness la the greatest thing In Chapters, which FiRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE'Located
I' should feel like he were in his proper more that double I lie totul. ,

; element when saijing in an aeroplane. i: the have Citizens the Bank Dank of Starke By Monday take over the world."Of course I am ugly. I""am not I War Veteran. Have First Call in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14

,'>> transfer had been completed and the thing of beauty, but, after all, First. cull on Ud Cross funds Is for Hoar Every Day:
A of Northern
wealthy woman u can't all be objects of beauty. the disabled ox-Her\Ice men, of whom
j has been twice widow. The I I Bank of Starke was ready to cash STARKE FLORIDA
city a remains
f I have something to be very 27,187 were receiving treatment from .
checks of having in
accounts
of spouse No. 1 were put into persons of Indeed." -
I' of-very proud the Government on June 1 last. This
a vault, pending the demise of spouse 'the Raiford bank. There was absolutely "Do tell us what that Is," said work for veterans and their fanilllea
No 2. When the latter had shuffled I no inconvenience to the depositors from Africa who
Spotted
Hyena, in a wide variety of servlce\th the I IIIDtrnDm611""IIJr.RR'IIUII1I
in the bank. Their checks fIl1iIm< [ : : : [ {!jIDm u.ii'iii'famc! (ixmDUaim<''nuiit.: :iiii'a.'fiii: ',
off this mortal coil, under the fostering I i were looking rather aniiined because of Government Is not authorized to remder
care of his better half, the latter paid just us if nothing had happened.The : talk the Rhinoceros bud been giving."Do I. z se
I and for which It has neither FOR SALE
deposit accounts of the Citizens tell us," said decided to have both bodies" cremated -
funds nor facilities has the call on
Bank have been taken on the lat nearby, chewing nnd moving
as the charges for quantity pro. : up 1 ja.O.'W.WKMlO! : during the current ;year,, SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTING SEED
mouths from Bide to side.
books of the Bank of Starke and
( a
duction lower than for single .
are cas or about $3 6.000 more than was expended
,
I "Do tell us, mild the Indian Tigress
has been mailed to
es. The cremation company agreedto deposit receipt lust for soldier service i Sosnowski
who year wilt-resistant variety. Prolific
n beautiful) creature wa.in yielding 3.25 to
each The differenceto
keep the ashi'S of the respective depositor. only the next Adding. the funds disbursed in this one. Boll-weevil free. Price
cage $2.50 per bushel f. o. b
; ,.. b bodies separate, but tho widow found the depositors is that they.nowhave i The 1101111'Wpl''_Dsleep, their I humanitarian work of physical recou- Hawthorne, Florida. Cash with order: Address, ,
out that open vessels had' been used, accounts in the Bank of Starke I placed over each other and they litutlon following the World War bj

c and that the wind, hud caused the relics instead of in the Citizens Bank of ery gentle as they slept. They 'I' the Chapters throughout the country A. P. BRANTLY COMPANY

to become mixed, wherefore the Raiford., dreaming sweet lions' dreams of \ will approximate total for the current

disconaol.fle' relict is now suing the I'I'r The officers of the Bunk of Starke meat and were not paying any attention year approaching $10,000,000. BLACKSHEAR, GA.

.' J company for $10,000 damages. Mlstrlal ,' feel highly complimented at having to the Ithlnocprns. This work In the opinion of the Surgeon dui

; I of the case Is foregone con. been designated by the state, banking "''''ell." said \ ) I II tofy that they have used my its peak before 1020.: I
cluslon. If Solomon should have been department to do this service, and I
'f'' I the judge in a similar case, he would they have certainly handled the business I en the posters they have around town.Of I Through Its Chapters> the American

have cut the Gordian knot by commanding \ in u way to (deserve commendation. -: I Iced, Cross If equipped to find the Individual i '

tho woman to use the ashes Another man who is beinghighly I Px's'( r\'ke) man help him in We will cash

as fertilizer for her brides'rose bush- commended in connection with life. problems and difficulties, provide pay

II LA' r \ I'll. the matter Is Mr. T. B. Handjey, president I immediately for I ills neees"ltlesLnd
) the open the way for him to the Government -
and principal stockholder in (I
and aid which
,: THE HONEST MAN'H BURDEN i Haiford ban!!:. When it had been decided 1 coiupenHatlon to
l lie. entitled The extension of this
is and
i to liquidate the bank he arranged market prices for
work to the families, uf such men
e'. The honest man has to pay for the to place with the Bank of Star eI ,
I to them that the Ked Crass
I ;7\ shortcoming of d..btlhirkerll, poor every dollar of the deposits so there } proves fat for
has Its hogs
I I lost none of sympathy nor will butchering
I i business managers/ careless clerks would be no delay about depositors
to service manlfcMtcd In wartime. :Slni.llurly -
I and factory hand, strikes and thieves having their money available for use 1"I .
.) the service !goes out to tire men
I The merchant reimburses himself forV need it. delivered
I as they Ktlll In tile Army and, Nniy, 11,087 of at our plant
\ t losses on bad debts! by charging more I II The Bank of Sturke enjoys an en- whom were under, treatment In Government

I for his wares; the factory owners '' viable reputation for its courteous and hospitals on June 1, 19-" during the

\ i \ nigh when they see their workmen I prompt service and there is no doubt Greater Domestic Program next 30

loafing" on their jobs, but corsolu tkemEi that the depositors. who have been
\ I This) 3't'ar--after five years of eonftructlve -
; selves by charging tho lu') ic moro transferred to it from the Raiford ,
effort during the war and
.' for their productions; when a strike bank will be so well satisfied with the "A Great Attraction'
nCter the armistice
f -brings with it a
the Ions from receive that will be
diminished service
I goes on production they they course they have pictures of many greater responsibility for domestic days.J.

1 \ and from destruction of property I customers of the bank for many yearsto of us, but there are always a good ervloe to the American Red Cross.

I l I immediately causes a raise in come. In this way the officers hopeto many In the picture. The budget for foreign operations, S. BlitchSupt.

/ prU-cs of the commodities made scarce be repaid for the great service they "Now, I have hail my picture malleall however, totals $3,404,0(10, but of this

I The stealage from railways and ship I are performing of the citizens of by myself I don't menn that mount $1,334,000 Is for medical relief -

l limes\ amounting to over half a billion the Haiford section and the state liave made my own picture all by my and hospital/> supplies for Russia, Florida State Farm, RAIFORD, FLA

of dollars every year, is no loss bunking department.INMAN self. But I IIIIMIII that the picture which Is a part of the gift made by
t t'J to the and) carriers for I In the of me alone. No '
owners they y posteryly the American lied Cross In 1021: to _.

kjiow how to manipulate matters so & HITCH BUY M. I"'. other animal Is with me. the Russian famine relief work, of the ---

.: that the ultimate consumer must pay BROWN! INSURANCE AGENCY; "I'm alone In my noble glory. .....m.rlcltlHollef Administration> pro-
the loss in the end. 'I,, "That Huundt flue,!' nld one of the &1 a rn. 'I"be child health service In Europe Are Yon for
r bears, "but It doesn't mean much""It Ready OpportunityWhen
The high cost of living is still com continues, moreover and $tt54t:
In mini & Ritch, who recently boughtthe meiins a I lot< ," said< the Rhinoceros"for
plained of, and the public 1 is disap OOO) Is appropriated for this work undertaken
Harold Wall insurance agency, It means that they think I'm
pointed because prices do not down In 1020.: Other Items In the He
go Knocks
have added another line of accountsto enough Importance to have a poster ?
: i to that level they should have reached given up entirely to me. Only mi stringently diminished foreign; program
4 their business by buying the
t Include $OOIIOO! ) to support the "s.Every.
at thiil time. But there oodreasons Is
are some ( picture on theMe posters-one picture
agency of M. F. Brown. Mr. Brown League of Red Crosi Societies, $22
: costs high and of me' on poster
why
are each
? stilj! had the agency for a number of good 1HX) ) for nurses' training schools! Instl"tuted
will remain so. One is the great ost; ''TIIe>re are other posters with Iou i
tk strong companies, and the absorptionof by the Red Cross abroad, and person who has any ambition is interested
1; of production, as the skilled workman his line adds strength to the In- of you animals on them. but( there It CtMX,000 fur liquidation! of the general
I in
s 4 of former days, who worked industriously only one poster of the Rhinoceroswith ICed Cross foreign! relief program. money making money.
nrim & Ritch *
agency s his picture alone on the poster"I
for moderate pay, hits inmost am something that attracts peopli Prepared for Emergencies!!: To take advantage of opportunities that often
cases been succeeded by unskilled : For disaster relief the Red Ci'e.ebaa
In other words I I
to the circus. am themselves
HEADY FOR OCCUPANCYThe present must either
,'t men, who cannot be kept under I great attraction all by myself. And yet aside $750,000:\ and for' emergencies you have moneyor

w control, but yet demand high wages, they speak of me as the only rhinoceros In Chapter work $300OOG) ()' credit. You can have both of these requisites
t :' and l careless and inefficient managers two-story residence building Included to be available for domestic, Insular
of my kind In any circus. The through a bank account with this
and demands. This institution for
foreign In
and employers, who have, apparently in the holdings of the Consumers speak of my fine horns and they know mars

', ceased to take any interest in their Lumber Co., on Madison street, that Just showing the picture of rat than ditures.$305,000 For above service lust and year's assistanceto expen we extend to every depositor accommodations

business. Then there is HI ever increasing after a thorough overhauling, is now will bring people to the circus. UM 3,300 Chapters and their limited only by restrictions of careful and safe

horde of middlemen, who I ready for occupancy. It consists of "It Is a great honor. A very great I branches $1,203,000 Is provided by the business

eight rooms, which have been put in honor Hut I deserve It. Rational organization. procedure. ,

fine order and remodeled with an object "Now, the performing eea-lions an Other budget Items of Importance There never was a truer saying than "it takes
I Free Flower Seeds of convenience and comfort. The very.satart, the way they walk on then in the domestic program Include $200,
and balance balls and money to make money" and there
hind flappers 000 for assistance to other organizations has been a
building has been and water .
t will, be to know that Has painted ,
You glad
i play Instruments which make music
and education Institutions for time
in
tings', "The South' Seedsman will sewerage and electric lighting install. They can climb ladders and balance training Ked Cross nurses and worker your life--and there will be again.when';

o j" \(( give away about 3,000,000 packets of-ed. poles on their noses That Is, eact *; $111\\>.000 for Roll Calf! assistance if you had a few dollars with which to take ad-

\' ..' seed of the Sputa's most popular flow | Mr anti Mrs. L. II. Partridge and one can balance a pole on his nose furnished to Chapters; $100.000 fop
b I of
., r srs this spring. Mrs. F.verman, mother of Mrs. Partridge I don't mean that any of them bun unforeseen contingencies vantage a good opportunity to make a profit-
There ta' nothing In the home that
..d ; can compare wltb- tch colored flowers. will probably move into this more than one nose Of the total budget less than $500, able investment you could have made some

4 : They brighten us all up and. make any cozy residence next; week. "Their keeper and master Is kind 000 la allotted for management In the
': house attractive. Youcan't plant too'I Iy to them and rewards them wit National organization. No cash estl. money.

y ; ., many flower and this opportunity to take their toll while commodities are goodies to eat after they have. don mate, of''course. I Is possible weigh We cannot urge too strongly the
importance
get Shirley Poppies, KvcrluatlnK Flowers their trick, tbe value of the service by volunteers, '
I passing from the producer to the -
k .'.; Zinnias Cosmos and Mexican BurnIng consumer. ,The last reason is, that so "The bears can ,walk on stilts and in the Chapter! of opening an account with our bank and there-

I' flush absolutely free, la certainly to ride bicycles and skate on roller skptei by establishing connection
be welcomed by all readers of this many, while in the war was going on do different tricks thou 1I a that will be valuableto
and flush time ruled adopted a styleof and many ....
paper. you.
I don't believe they like to do all those THE RED CROSS
You them! Just write to living that their
can get present earnings t
tricks and I don't blame them. I wish SUPPLEMENTS.GOVERNMENT: Every and
courtesy attention
"t Hustings' for the new 1923 Catalog. II cannot support. But they will not accommodate they wouldn't make the bears ride SERVICEBY will be shown you
I tells how to got( flower seeds tree
you whether
);:i. FnN It baa 100 pages of beautiful photographic themselves ,to business reverses those great high bicycles. It Is toe MEETING THE your account be large or small.

:g: pictures and correct descriptions but try to keep up appearance dangerous and bears were never meantto PARTICULAR NEEDSOF I

Ii of garden Tower and field seeds; by "letting the other fellow walk" do such thln .. THE INDIVIDUAL II .

iJ bulba and plants, and also Is full of -that is, the honest man, who pay his "The sea-lions ('nJo'what they have EX-SERVICE MAN.

J helpful !Information that Is needed debts. ;... to do nnd It Isn't hard for them to do THIS WORK CANNOT ::1 BRADFRD.1) COUNTY 'BANK !

almost dally In every Southern horn. ( Seeing how the "four /fluahers" succeeded their tricks but I don't like all those ON UNLESS YOU '{!
C GO
It's the most valuable seed, books l ever difficult tricks the bears have to do I '
1.1, no doubt many n man, who SUPPORT IT WITH i N. T. RITcn eW. '
published and will be mfghtr Iad7Ou'.e 1 WEEKS
r you "Ifuf. oh 4the great JOT Is to be a ; J. H. RrrClf.
4' got It. Just write and ask for formerly believed that honesty war YOUR MEMBERSHIP ""'....L" /" Vice President.
rhinoceros, 1\011 to have a nice keeper : Cashier" .
.
the new Catalog. the best policy has caught the infection DOLLAR 'ill
have 'one's
and to picture on a poster
H. O. HASTINGS CO.. and become a debt dodger. 'However with not another picture of any other PAY, UP. TODAY

r Atlanta, Qa. the saying quoted ..above? ,Is aa creature on the poster!" r -
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r. to. 4 3-4 pounds: each, have already an appropriation. of $1)5,000:) has been I Lent will be at 730; p. m. and this basket was presented to the

Inid 601 eggs, Jool will tell." set aside for loans to members of the I I I Service on, Ash-Weijncsday at 7:30 honor guest, Miss Roberts, by littlo

7 Luwtoy National Farm Loan Associa p. ju. Also on Friday evenings dur- Misses Doris Tracy and Beatrice Miner >'

Bits of LocalLillorniation Q) The W. C. T. U. will meet next lion. This money is now available. t ing Lent at tho sumo time. : .. I 1

Tuesday afternoon at :3:30: at tho JEFF II. DOWLING Lenten utTering boxes will be given The hostess, assisted l by her mother

Methodist church. There will also boa It Secretary. out next Sunday. The children's Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Doris Tray

Francis Willard commemorative number of the Spirit of Missions ,is. and Beatrice! Miner served an lea: I

.. service on Friday evening, tho 16th MOORE-IHLL composed of picture's of child life in course of red and white brick ire

Concerning Our People, Business and ( inst. various countries. cream and home made cake.

; ; Progress in.the County and Town. 0 of New- W. 11. Moore, of Columbus, Ohio, Lent has been observed. by tho historic Fifty guests attended this pretty
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Finley,
and Mrs. Marion Dill, of Gainesville, church since apostolic times. The pro-nuptial: affair, those from Stark
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-- berry. announce the birth Fin of a l daughter L were united in marriage by Judge j, early Christians first observed forty being IIrs.O L. Biggs, Mrs. O. L. '
eta. AIr.
February ey is u Green'at i ; his office Wednesday. at five hours, instead of forty days to commemorate Measley, Miss Hilda Struth, Mrs. 10.;
DeWitt C. Jones. spent Saturday in I sales people will show you goods. It Sturke boy, well remembered here by 1 clock I I our Lord's temptations, C. White. "'
Jacksonville. "i martyr lIe went into the truck maintenance ,p. m.
buttering and death. We have
1 trade!
Mr.1 Moore M: a contractor by follow-j
't :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of business and is now with the and has excelled in the buniiUM world 1.,1 our Lord in the joys of C'hrlsrmtrc
Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Saturday in' A. C. L. railway in that capacity.Mrs. / IIAPTIST CHL'RCH BULLETIN
nnd His manifestations
1 Gainesville, spent the week-end at the | and is a courteous gentleman His now let us I II
Jacksonville. !I IMitis II U I omo of her father, Col. W. T. Weeks. bride is of a prominent family follow Him as "thu mui"of sorrow." i
very
I I I Angie Sternburg, Mr. and MrsR. of Gainesville attractive and Let us follow all the parts of ourLord's "Tho essential idea of the church,"
uccomplished. -
Elmn Robinette A. Barbour and little daughter, I said Wendell Phillips, "is the stated
Spent Friday life and His teachings in
L. L. Jacksonville proper -
King went to on After a short trip by motor
I ia Jacksonville. -' Loraine, motored hero from Jackson- 'I expression of devotional feeling." Do-
,.. I Saturday! to join Rev. A. C. Shuler, they will be at homo to theft friends proportion.U. .
ville Saturday afternoon and were the notion seeks expression, ami thapraise
and they will go to Pablo Bench and in Gainesville.
J. L. Frazee in guestsof Miss Kate Livingston. The and prayer and preaching that
spent Thursday ,
hold revival services. I U. C. MEETING:
Jacksonville with friends. j party returned to their home in Jacksonville public worship offers contribute towards

Tuesday rAorning.' A PUZZLING PICTURE the acceptable expression .,f
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., HIM
Mrs. O. L. I holy fewUnif. Hence David's well !
is in
attending
the big Beasley fair. Tampa W. Harris Saturday morning, at the Dr. A. J. Montgomery, of St. Louis Among the many beautiful and in- met Tuesday afternoon with Misses known words: "I was glad when the? ,

home of Mrs. Harris parents Dr. and Mo., gave a most instructive and en- t'restinpictures/ in Hoover Bros. art .Olive and Amelia Ray, at their homu said unto me, Let us go into the house ;.

Let Wood hatch your eggs. It* Mrs. J. C. Wills. '. I II joyable address at the Presbyterianchurch gallery, is one that is not likely to bo on North Walnut street. I of the Lord."

I last Sunday morning' bringing recognized! without explanation. The :, During the business session' it was On next Lord's day, tho church offers
Mrs. Emma Alvarez, of Jackson sketches from various where taken from I II 'announced' that Horace S. Wilson of 4
-J. W. Morgan has been to Tampa places picture, a large one, was to all who desire an outlet for (
this week to enjoy the fair. I ville, returned home Monday after a the home mission work of the churchIs I the interior of tin Woman's Club I Starke, had l been appointed battalion devotional feeling the morning andwvning

visit of several days at-the home of being carried on. It was listenedto building', the camera being directed major of the University U. O. T. C., services. At 11 a. m. the pastor -

I J. W. Andrews, Jr. with interest by tho entire congregation toward Walnut street in such a way I which is the highest honor that the will deliver the fourth
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. sermon
Mrs. A. S. Crews went to Jackson- I
and was an inspiration to go that it shows the arches! and pillarH military department of the University the series on "A (trout Woman." This

vile Sunday afternoon to visit friends Mrs. Alma McMillan, of Jacksonville ,- forward in the work.Starke's of portico. Tho picture is thought to I of Florida has to offer. As. Major will conclude tho series, which he

spent the week-end with her be, by the uninformed, a representation Wilson is a U. D. C. scholarship student been a source of enlightenment and

Ml'II.ot;. R. Netf entertained a few parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lager- millinery "Shoppe Elite"quite of u portion of an old world ca this information was received inspiration to the many good people l

friends informally Saturday evening.Col. gren. Is an addition to Starke. Although thedral. with much pleasure by the chapter. who have made up the congregation ,.

: less than three weeks old 1 they Refreshments of brick ice cream The service which is
evening
evangelistic -
A. Z. Adkins made a business Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motoredto have Bold a number of beautiful hats CKOWDKIC IN NEW, QU.\KTK15S and cake were served by tho hostesses /; will begin at 7:30.: The sermon -

trip Wednesday to Palatka.F. Gainesville Friday afternoon and to: the ladies of Starke and adjoining I assisted by Mrs. J. W. White, !\IrK.C. topic will bo "An Immortal Invi

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ad- towns, which proves that an exclusive I''. A. Crowder and his efficient sales W. Liddon and Mrs. Goo. C. White. tation." At this service Dr. liullea .

A. Crowder returned Tuesday kins. hat shop is greatly appreciated and force luivo been busy this week moving Yellow jessamine and roses were used will announce a very Interesting series .P,
from a trip .to Lake City. needed, and that tho public is patronizing as attractive decorations. Huskies
thu stock to the former Futch of sermons for the next four\! or +
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Weller, of Em- it in such a way to mnku.it a brick blockMr.! Crowdur'B new purchase the chapter members present, the I live Sunday evenings. We are l>lea.- \
The removal sale is still going on lenton Pa. arrived here Tuesday and reul success. guests! included Mrs. Ixjuta T. Jar-
just across Call street from his eil. to welcome, so many visitor at
at Crowder's new store. are guests at the home of J. M. Tru- former location. Though tho stock I mon, of l'alatkllIi'll.! J. W. While, these hours of worship, anti<1 would j

.. by on Cherry street. ADDITIONS TO MKMltEKSIIIP: ()Io' was greatly depleted after the removal I Mrs' I'. W. Liddon\ und !Mrs. F. II. urge upon the members of the congregation ,e '

E. S. Matthews spent Monday and PROTESTANT! : liROTIIRKHOU suit, it required three days to move Long. ; ,: to bring their friends. with.
Tuesday in Raiford -business.. Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon, of Palatka, -
it. Mr. Cruwder hus ordered n largo them rather than remain nt home.
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. J: M. Urownlee, G. w. Alderman, I WILSON! IS ANNOUNCED: HATTA-
stock of I spring goods of nil kinds, The Bible school meets at )!>:-15 *.
David Moore, of Jacksonville, spent E. Brownlee, and her aunt, Mrs. J. M. E. L. BiggsrPuul 10. Cunova, Paul E.Cnnova which will soon arrive. Ho( will be LION :MAJORTo m., IIn'III. Y. P. U. at 0:30.:

Friday here with relatives. Brownlee.J. Jr., II. A. Bishop, W. It.
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I glad to see you at his new quarters.ti'rAiti J JU
I'arkC[ S. S. Dowling. C. Uruntley, I llortico Wilson, member of the ,

B. F. Renfroe, of New River, had L. Frazee, who has been here for J. C. Brantley. s E W. C. T. U. GOES S TOHAMPTON Senior Class and tho College of Agriculture .

business in Starke Monday. the past six weeks visiting relatives, goes the, highest honor which I
I "Young mnn UII-M IH n-tlitnif worn
I left Tuesday for his home in New I'KOTKSTANT UUOTIIEKIIOOD the stair of thV military departmentof than high Ufo on a low siilnr.v: ," miltl 1
Mrs. G. C. Sweat left Friday for I tho University has to otter. Wilson -
York City. I.ust Friday evening,: about fifty of the wi|sip> man who In nhvic; ir.vl'irf ml- i
St. Petersburg and Sarasota to visit I II While) it is becoming generally our Starke people motored to Hampton I commonly known as "('up," has vice.. "n Hi, I lIlII,', know." "repltnl the I

relatives and friends. I Miss Margaret Long spent Satur- known that we aid those who want to attend the W. C. T. U. entertainment been named us major of this University yoiinit .mini who, know thluir or two ,-

day in Lawtey with Miss Margaret( work to. get it, we are equally inter- given in the city hall, under'the R. O. T. C. battalion Ha was himself "It's no worse, than lute lire

Mrs. T. W. Oliver, of Sylvania, Ga., Godwin, and Miss Godwin returned ested in furnishing help rr those who auspices of the Boosters Club. appointed captain and acting,: execu- I on a &mlllry-Flu'hJa: I'liuus-' {,,

will comb next week to visit her_ mother with Miss Long and spent Sunday in want work done-the two naturally Twenty-five of Hampton's bright tive olllcer at the opl'ninof/ the Melon. j

Mrs. S. L. Hamrick. Starke.Dr. go together. There is no this service. See J. M. Mitchell or N. through all competition which has /
fine given by tho W. C. T. U. of Absent One.
Mrs. A. E. Wall, of St. Petersburg, Montgomery, of New York Cit) B. Hull who have this department in program been offered.' Under Captain Van Dreaming an ,
at the Baptist church on the eveningof To dream of trle\liiB over' the II hcnco -
is spending a few weeks here with gave a very interesting and instruc- charge and will be glad to assist you. January 14th was repeated to u Fleet's late general order he was appointed. of anyone H mild. to Im n Hum I

relatives. tive. address on home missions at the !Major Wilson's appointment .
will
large audience. Rev. L. B. Simpson, sign Unit thu person you dream I o ,...
Presbyterian church Sunday morn- NEW SHOP FOR SIMMONS is a popular one, for ho hus shown a noon return' at n.l\ with frlcnilllnoKx. or '!
of the Methodist church, Rov. W. F.Daugherty .
II. F. Redding, a well known strawberry -I(I ing. of the Christian church | judgment; and military bearing' which love grown nil I the slroiwr climuullalmenre. R;

grower of !,wtey, was a visitorto J. L. Simmons! the plumber, is Baptist make him worthy of his honors. Hut to dream: of re.t' \' lclnK ataoyono's
and Dr. J. J. Sullen, of tho
Starke Saturday.Let Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, who has been erecting a shop, adjoining Frank Hol- !Maj. Wilson is tho son of !Mr. and l absence means that you win
visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth lingsworth's shoe shop on tho south. church, each gave splendid addresses Mrs. E.: L. Wilson and was born and l shortly receive IH-VVH yen would rathi'fwlihoni. ,
that highly appreciated by the >
Wood hatch your eggs. It* Johns, left last week for a trip to The building will be of brick and of were raised in Starko. Ills numerous <>"
Boosters Club and tho people of
Lakeland! before returning to her similar construction as the shoe shop. friends here are delighted to hear of ,
I Ilumptvn.SERVICES.
Banker N. T. Ritch has had his fine home in Raleigh, N. C. Mr. Simmons is u skilled plumber, this honor being conferred upon him. 1886 ,

villa on North Walnut street reshin- very reasonable in his charges, and
: AT THE JmTIIOIIISTCIIUHCn )
gled. Crowder has moved his store to tho his many friends congratulate him on MUS. ANDERSON ENTERTAINED

two-sbn-y brick building across the his increased business, which makes FOR MISS KOIiERTSMrs. '

W. J. Griffin and Walter Bryson, of street Trom his former location. Ev- the new building a necessity. -- DAVIS.INSURANCE I
Next Sunday Rev. L. B. Simpson
Jacksonville, spent Thursday as thee ery day is bargain day there. Give George A. Anderson entertained -
will preach morning and cveninjlit
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. the new store a call. It LAND LOANS NOW AVAILABLE delightfully for Miss Nelle '
the Methodist church, and l besides the \
hymns there will be special music. by Roberts by giving miscellaneous .
Mrs. J. II. Ritch and Mrs. E. K. Among the Starke people who mo- This wjll notify interested, persons shower at her homo in Ijiwtey, last
the choir. For the morning service
Perryman were luncheon guests of tored to Gainesville Sunday were Col.! that I have received notice from the Thursday.The STARKE (i
there will lie an anthem, .Tuttt for ,
Mrs. L. II. Hill at Lnwtey Friday. and Mrs D. E. Knight, Prof. and Mrs.S. Federal Lund Bank of Columbia, that valentine colors of red and .
Today, and ohm n solo, "Open tho
S. Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. I -- white were curried l out In this pretty 'j
Gates nt tho by Mrs. A. Z.dldns. .
Temple, "tIiIltUUltJIIIWIII'JlI1c1OCDClWIDt:1C1:11m11w(1)QQ1C) : :
Mrs. W. E. Torodo and Miss Nelle Ritch and children, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. entertainment, red and white roses r

Roberts, of Lawtey, spent Friday here Griffin. .\ The anthem. for the evening service anti ferns being used for decorations COFFINS & CASKETSAnd J

with their sister, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. r.ENT-A-WORD will be "Tarry With Me, 0 My Sav anti l dainty valentines were given ns a Full I.Ine ofUnd'a"
John Baisdcn returned Tuesday to '
favors to the
lour? und Mrs. E.' M. Johns will lIng guests. .,*' Supplies
See Crowder at his new location Paris Island, S. C., to resume'his du- Mrs. J. 'I' Moore rend I uilvicir to the
Mrs.A. f
as n solo, "O Lord, Most Holy. -
across; the street. Big stocks to select ties with the U. S. navy, after having Z. Adkins is choir leader and Mrs.F. bride, which had been written by each, AUTOMOBILE HEARSE;;

from, all at bargain prices. It spent a short vacation with his parents ) II.1( Long pianist.All guest, and little Miss. Beatrice !Miner Always| tin hand. The brut Mr..te. .

Mr. and Mrs. W.- W. Baisden. FOR SALEThe Carmen adapted members urged to be present. recited The Wedding Cake/ much to .! the low'Mt prfc.... Special \
and E. M. Davis i the of the Choice attention to telegraph or-
p D. P. Carpenter pleasure company. 1
I and the in general cordially In-
motored to Gainesville Sunday afternoon Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and grape 40 cents each. Order at once public victrola records also added, to the enjoyment s. Registered Embtlmcr.DeWircjONES .
L. F. of Address Box ClL"or Phone 110. It* I vited.
to see friends. (Children and Mrs. Meyers, of the afternoon. I
I Jacksonville, motored here Saturdayand -
The miscellaneous shower of gifts
ST.IlUi'S: CHI'KCII' '
FOR RENT-Fifteen acres of excel ,!
Mrs. C. P. Tyson, of Jacksonville, returned home Sunday. Whilein Q were placed in a large basket deco STARKE, FLA 'i
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lent land. Suitable for tru'k' or general j 4
last week of her sister, townthey were the guests of Mr. rated with red and white ,
was a guest Johns. farming, just west of corpora- The service for the Sunday before |II crepe paper rmmmromaommmtommmtllmafmirlmromar maxzf
Mrs. P. E. Johns. and l :Mrs. M. L.
tion line. Mrs. M. A. Buisden, -------
/ Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, :Mrs. W. E. Middleton and children, Sturke. 1-28-21- .
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald l, Misses Madge and Hazel, motored -' -
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is visiting parents, LOS>"'"Ono large, white and liver
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N. D. Wainwright.Let to St. Augustine Friday, returning -
colored male pointer one ear -
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home Sunday. While in the An-
!- slightly. Large dog, named You
It* cient 'City they were guests of_ Mr. Speaking to
Wood hatch your eggs. and Mrs. J. O. Traxler. "Mack." Notify P. E. Johns and -.

receive reward. It
Miss Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville

V spent the week-end with her parents, The members of the Presbyterian REAL ESTATE-Farms. wanted. I

Mr. and. Mrs. L. V. Moore.Starke's church and congregation are invitedto wlwhvto co-operate with a real estate -

the manse on Friday evening, Feb. dealer in selling farms and Have You Too Are You Short A

Shoppe Elite offers, 9th, where they will be entertainedby farm lands. in Bradford county. ,

>: you the most attractive styles in the February committee of the Give particulars and references. Much Money? On Money? I

5 Millinery 'it reasonable prices. Ladies' Auxiliary. Chan. Peterson .1301 Milwaukee
?! "An exclusive shop for exclusive / 1
Avenue lit. 1-26-41
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wortien." The 'Vomdn's Society of the Presbyterian Of course not. You want more. Come to this bank and get more.
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f church spent a profitabletime FOR SALE-Best sheeted Meade Put your surplus in .this bank We make loans for many purposes f
.; O. L. Haynesvhad as at the manse on Monday eve-
Dr. and Mrs.1 cotton seed $2.75 busfM from field
and it will earn more. upon approved security.
)' a visitor last Sunday, their cousin, ning. After transaction of business! produced bale to acre, sold same '}

;1 Jlr.. Howell, of Atlanta. the Bible Study conducted by Mrs. price beat Sea Island. :Makes more Then in t4$e decline of Life you .fuch/of the prosperity of thin p

II. II. Young and Missionary Topic by money any
if A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. (Hedges were enjoyed.The ritory. Early and wilt resistant. J. LWill Come in today.: loans made. by this bank. f

;' Robert Tanner on Monday, the 5th E. Futch, Gainesville, }'I... It* a ,'
inst. Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres- *
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byterian church will give n social for When ordering your Missionary and I

,I F. ,A. Crowder has changed location the church: members and a few friends Klondyke strawberry plants for THIS IS A BANK THAT BELIEVES IN THE PEOPLE IT DOES BUSINESS WITH.

but not hU' prices. They are as this. evening, eight o'clock, at the growing runners specify Allen's ARE' YOU ONE OF THEM? I

low as ever and the same attentive manse. There will be a musical program and get the best that can he grown

i1 and pleasant. evening social!- pureand unmixed. -Accept no sub

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t1' wet wtuu.rtis W..seas MM-the S..._...._... ....t.It. UH in Starke' and will forward your E. S.President MATTHEWS Bank of Starke CEO.Cashier C. WHITE ..

vrw.ehx Among other poultry Arthur Wood order. 2-D-4

has his farm Just east of Starke, HELPFUL
on
THE BANK OF SERVICE
Tuft's Pills 70 pullets of the White Leghornsin- Pile Cored In 6 to> -14 Diys :
Drut date rrfbnil imnfey If PZO: 0lN! rt'Lti f tat
t"-... wna .... gle comb variety. These pullets only roav.lu'aiasai.d' : Iredln4aePirtulu4' I .
_twat ...... &IMiw CSSu. old and weighing; 3 1-2 i lavnnff v i r..a arhini P."" n14 see I
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r- Beatrice Howe visited rela- The latest! real estate deal was that I I Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Koon and little

W4'................................................................................... Ono farm woman was heard to eity tives in Starke Sunday.T. of J. L. Harrell to Georgo R. Young daughter, Dorothy, of Waldo, visited
S 1. .1 oni'e: "Men love to wink j in the garden '1'. Blackburn, of Baker county, of what Is known as the Jennings I'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pad-

The Bradford in the spring:, but an summer was transacting business in Lawtey farm about one mile south of town, Bett, Sunday.
I With conies on and the weed grow, they Saturday. and Mrs. Melvin to George Young of I Mr. and Mrs.\ E. S. Sibley and Miss t

h somehow lose their love for that special II. U. Carter; of New York, was n the Davis farm :2..I l-'t: miles west of Neulie Youngblood motored over to !\

Farmers work." business visitor here Wednesday. here. I :Starke:; Saturdtl}'. ,
1z County .
Mrs W. A. ColleY' and daughter, Int and Jack Wilkerson, of Max- V 1
( .1 A West Virginia; farm boy estimated I Miss Lois of Starke Sunday ville, were visitors here Monday.The ,
t........................................................................................ that if all the trips his mother here with ,Miss Rebecca, spent Whitehead. strawberry season is on in full I Without) .Jjii-or, ; dungST cannot bsurmounted.

w a walked during her life carrying water Mrs Dominique Frigo spent the force. Four refrigerator car loads I
Q. from the well were put together, she I week-end with relatives and friendsin ]besides a good ninny crates'' by refrigerators ''
COM' KOI. (ONION) Til KIPS: KY KXTK\CTS FROM. : REPORTS OP wbuld have walked the distance from Jacksonville and open express were I Habitual Constipation Cured a
in 14 to 21 Days
SF :SrK\MNJ( WIIII NICOIINE I COUNTY AGENTS the Atlantic to the Pacific. Mrs. W. J. Epperson of Starke, was shipped, lust week. Monday the largest "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN is a speciauY- 1\f\

the guest Thursday of her daughter, shipment known here at this date I preparedSyrupTonicLaxa'JveforHabitua'Constipation. : f
,,. The onion thrip, n minute brown insect Eeminole-*I'ho Sanford section has Lewis Hall, of Palm :leach: county, Mrs George Anderson.Mr. was made..Four full cars of 173 crates It relieves promptly but I
Vrtl PPrr closely related] to the orange- shipped, more celery to date than any seems! to be an egg champion. For and, Mrs. John McCormick, of each and 100 crates in a fifth cur besides I' should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I I
It Stimu'ates! and
action.
yellow thriiis) found in roses and on I previous year. two consecutive months he has! led Manning, visited relatives here Sun several crates by open express. Induce Rf! 'llntes.regular? Very Pleasant to Taki a BOc
citrus blossoms, may be controlled by about seVenty' other poultry raisers day. The first car which was consigned to Bur bottle. (
:i spraying with tobacco extracts, according -I l.evy-l'reKlmt prospects indicate in a state-wide egg-laying contest: under Rev E. D. :Boyer returned home on New Yoik was sold ,Saturday at 40 i j 1
to J. It. Watson, entomologist 100 per cent' increase in this year'sacreage the direction of Miss Minnie E. Thursday from Inglis where he spent to 50 cents quart They were bringing Colds Cause Orip ana Influenza ,I
nf the Florida Experiment: Station. I of cucumbers, while there also Floyd, extension poultry specialist.It several days. $8 on the platform here Monday. I LAXATIVE L'RQVOQtl1NINETsbletaeemoverhe" i
: will be increases in the watermelon -
,In !response to a recent request for I Miss Ethel Drawdy, of Macclenny, The sad news reached here Sunday cads Thor Is only or.o "'>->r>- Oulnire.' ,
,::1d' information on this insect enemy. : and cotton acreages. ain't the guns nor armament, was visiting relatives here the first' that little Velma, 6-y ar-old daughter I': W GROVE' ,rvmnpnr.. :Sin. i,

lE Prof. Watson issued the following Nor the funds that we can pay, of the week. of Mr. and Mrs.'Colon Miller, had died! I
Volusia-Several hundred acres of But it's clone cooperationThat Cures Malaria, Chills,
.statement'\ : : Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor to in the Tampa hospital Sunday morning ;(
i'', "The tips of onion leaves when the land is being prepared and set to cit makes us win the 'day.It Starke Friday.V. The little girl was a granddaughter 666 sod Fever, Dengue or

,oJ plants, are ultiuked I by onion thrips, rus. There will be an Increased tomato ain't the individual R. Reddish and J. B. Howe were of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish.I. I j Bilious Fever.
are conspicuously] whitened. Leaves acreage here this year; se"d- Nor the members us n whole, visitors to Starke Sunday. The bereaved family have the sympathy !

';' which have been attacked by onion beds are being planted this week. But the everlasting/ team work David Durban, Jr., spent the weekend of the entire community. ,

thrips. are found ,dry with white sunken I Of every blooming soul. with relatives in Green Cove. ______ I|I JOHN WHITE&CO.dLOUISVILLE

g ] spots and present a rasped apt I'ns'o--Twelve communities, etch -Selected. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of 'IIIKIcKSSA j jTheressa I KY. ffi'Ilabh.had
occupying 15 feet made splendid :: :
t pimtnmt: The plus] fails to make space Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at .
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+ proper growth and may die. exhibits ut our county fair which HKADFOKD the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- Feb. !).-Mrs. E.: Y. Chester \ti;
"The control measure! is to has just closed u Hucccssful ,run of in New York J"Q. "
proper chard. I returned to her home t.1be..lenortiJt.'
; with tobacco in some form. four' days. There were over sixty entries Bradford, Feb. !I.-1\Iills Lucille several it L'
) spray Ed Clark, of Wateroak, spent last city last week after spending .
There are several tobacco extracts on of poultry.St. llurrell-was in Brooker Saturday. week hero with his sister, Mrs. Jesse : Weeks with her sister, Mrs R. :M. haw Furs
the market, the strongest being a 10- Malcolm Harrell\ was in LaCrosse ]Reddish.I King.
)per cent, solution of nicotine sulphate 1.1I'ie-Our county fair held. lit Saturday. Harold]' and, Buford Higginbothum, I Mrs. M. Hall and children, Clyde -'---- ---

Dilute one-half pint of it in iiI) gallons Vero has just closed. .,It was a ur- Mrs. Ruby Gaines and Miss Geneva, of Max\ilh\ were visitors to Lawtey and Ovieda, visited, relatives at Ear-. A TONIC
of water. Other tobacco extracts, cess in every way. llarrell and brother, :Malcolm, attended Sunday. I' leton beach Saturday and Sunday. Orovo's Tasteless chili Tonic restores

: are used in the proportion of about 1 I the exhibition at t'inc Hill on Mrs.! W. II. Miner[ und Miss Nellie :l Messrs. P. M. Geiger anti,) J. II. Allen Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
|part ft lOll parts of water. In all Taylor-.iAH sweet potatoes are being Friday night. Roberts were visitors to Starke Sat i were transacting business in the Enriching the Blood. When you feet its
C i cases' follow the directions printed ) treated against disease before Rev. E. II.! Joyner passed throughour urday.Vergic. I I II county seat Monday.Mr. str.ngI"nlnl.lnvlgorlltiug. :! IlTlCt.llee hour

1 .on the package label.! 1.ldin'Vlnter. / cover crops fire in community ,Saturday enroute to 'I and George; Richardson, of I and,) Mrs. It. I K. llooreryrnd,) lit- it brings i'i>lor to the cheeks\ and how

't. "In using any of these solutions it fine condition. I'I'Starke. Sanderson, were visitors here Sunday tle daughter, Lynell, were visitors to" it improves the appetite you vim then _' ","
is essential to put in something to The exhibition at Bradford was carried Hampton Saturday appreciate its true tonic value.
JelFerson( four carloads of: out nicely. It was a success: and I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is
act as a spreader, otherwise the liquid -Ordered Mrs. V. R )Reddish and Mrs R. M. :Mrs. Sam Swindel,) is visiting her simply "
will not run down intu..the vases' fertilizers, being purchased cooperatively was largely attended. I Tracy were visitors to Jacksonville onTuesday. sister in Starke, Mrs. Joe Johns. !roe !and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
I of the leavei where tha thrips are. by IlIrmen.Am'hulISeveral. Ilarley Andreu was in Brooker on and Miss Stella:; pleasant: even children like it. The blood
Mrs. R. 1lIerMI'Y :
needs : it and IRON
Slit\.rdIlY. QUININE to Purify to j
Snap j is a good spree.ler. Lime-sul W. K. Torode busi- i in Hampton
i was transacting Cloversettle were shopping Enrich it.*Destroys Malarial germs and .
phur is another 1.1 I ,oil'stance to add, Andrew Dekle was in our community -
] meetings of farmers sin Jacksonville ,
neB Wednesday. Saturday) GAP germs by its Strengthening Invtgcr
Cody and st-use the solution: to spread were attended this week, at Sitnday. J. W. Andrews and son, of Starke, H. E. Moorer was visitor to Val- ntirrf Effect. Or.) .P
p One gallon of fh" (.IIII"'I'fal lime-1, which u program of work was! considered C. M. and S. C.' Andreu were visi- were business visitors! to Lawtey on '1-:'
sulphur to 60 gallons of the spray is and discussed. Several communities tors to LaCrosse, Sunday night. Tijesday.> '\,

J \ sufficient. In spraying strong pres- have fallen in line for cooperative Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lang and chil-I \ !
sure is essential! |I buying and home mixing/; of WATERMILL dren, who have been at Wauchula for]I PHONE 120

"To control this insect completely'' fertilizers. My office was packed Saturday the: past five or six years, moved back '=" I
it is necessary to spray twice. The'' with farmers seeking assistance Watermill, Feb. 9.-Messrs. Rubyo here last week and will engage in! == "

eggs are laid in the tissue of the on- !; in working out suitable formu Crosby and Wiley Edmondson and truck farming on his mother's farm fi '
ion just beneath the skin of the leaf. las. Miss Gladys Oliver, of Starke, were near here.

They> ore, th'rei'nrellife from any ,I' visitors here Saturday. Will Bray'of Bunnell, was a visitor
spray.' In three of four days all of I'' Madison-Farmers lire grouping A large crowd of people attendingthe to Lawtey Sunday. NEAPS.A.L.
these will have hatched The' wood sawing at D. J. O. Green I ,
,1i eggs! themselves without influence of the Mrs. Clara Cathcart, of Jacksonville -
e should l then be again' Saturday night. DEPOT ,
plants << sprayed several this week
at
county agent to buy fertilizers. Was I spent days : "
to kill the young thrips. Let not less'' invited, by two community councils'to''' Miss Rhoda Thomus spent the weekend L
than four nor more than ten days! here guest of Miss Pearl Green.
discuss buying fertilizer cooerntivaly. -
elapse between sprayings." Mr .and Mrs.\ J. F. Turner, of Clay- x}
rio, and children attended the school .
nilLIHCEN IN SCIIOUlsJi'i.; .I' j J exhibition at Pine Hill Friday eve- I
Buy-Held a meeting of citrus t
Ml'CII BY 11IJ.li1'IPAIW'Il' ping< ,
sb growers this week at which pertinent
Miss Lorene Hazen has accepted a
? I citrus problems were ..linc'JtUwdDISntoStr'whE'1'I"
Many school children throughout' position at Clayno teaching school. Fordson

+ .t the state are in )belter health and arei: "' growers are We are glad to report that O. W. --
Thomas is much improved after his
doing better work than they did a few shipping from five to ten freeze'ndaily
years ago, before the nutrition work I and are increasing their ship recent illness. I
Mrs. Rachel Prevatt and son, Bill, '.
of the home demonstration workersof
ments all the time. The growers association You Will Want YourS
spent the week-end here with her I
thc state. was begun, nucnrdlii.r to do the shipping. They have "

c reports! reaching the htlul'lu.ll'ten| <>t U special' label, "The Arcadia Berry," daughter, IVJrs. Thomas. I t' '
e the Agricultural Extension Division, I which makes a fine showing./ Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter, Fordson Tractor Early
University of Florida.! i Alva, attended the reunion at A. L. I .

started Threw in years the public ago this schools work, of Kis-was :' farmers Santa Rosa one day--Attended to discuss n meeting an.l ;help of jreen's Mr. and Sunday.Mrs. Truman Thomas and I I Everything points to the greatest shortage of Ford products this year that has \ii

ftimmoc. I Ever since! the work has them buy fertilizers' and! gave! them children, of Graham, Mr. and Mra. ever existed. Never before has the demand been so great. i
,\. II. Warren were visiting relatives
been kept up. Recently the county I r instructions in the Florida method of
superintendent) of schools statPJ'The boll weevil control. here Sunday. You will want a Fordson Tractor early-here is one'product you cannot wait I

work of the students, Indivi lually and I I Messrs. Duffy Abernathy, Dewey for-\ihen the weather opens up you will need it.
Murrhee, and Leeroy Wasdin, of Graham -
collectively, has improved very nuch. Forget about iron in medi-
And the same is true of depot.tment. cinl'HIn.1 eat plenty of patent vegetables were guests; of friends here Sunday You will want it for plowing seeding\ cultivating-and all your work. Already

;l The improvement is so strikirj; thatno and fruits which contain it. afternoon. it has proved the greatest help to profitable farming that has ever been offered
Mrs. Bertie Rosier returned to her
ono could help noticing it." to And at $395 f. o. b. Detroit the price is low that lose
t ,In her annual I report to Miss! Sarah CHIPS home at Woodlawn Wednesday after you. you mon

{ :, "'. Partridge, state home demonstration spending a while here at the bedside ey every day you are without a Fordson. To get delivery you must order .

i" agent, the county home demonstration As goes the rural home, so goes! of her father, who has been very ill. early.

_ agent of Okaloosa county, the nation.
Miss Bertha Henry, !states! that the 1.\W'l'''' Y I There are no reserve stocks among our dealers-our production capacity, greatas

,, 170 students of the Crestview schools Had any scrub bull or bour 'funer. it is, will not enable us to build up a reserve. .
I.nwtey, 1 F H 9. P. G. Haigler and
< -
inking milk and the als
are following in community lately?
your
i advice of the nutrition specialist in Clyde Shcarhouse, of Hawthorn, were It must be a case of "first come, first served"and the only way in which you

, a"f, r that section I, A Polk county farmer finds that the visitors. to Lawtey Wednesday.C. can protect yourself is to list your order with a Ford Dealer immediately.
F. Barber, of Macclenny, spenta
,, "As a result of this, Miss Henry 'chi.f trouble with a cheap hired man.
ik 3 nays, "all but seven! of the student! is that he is expensive.. few days this week at the home of of dealer's
By taking advantage first make de.
are making! substantial gains.. This! his son, J. W. Barber. I our opportunity to a

'4: ls' wonderful piece of work ns put on Folks with commodities to sell must Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and livery, you will be assured of having your Fordson when you need it.
here is due to the co-operation of the y use their newspapers to inform the daughter, Doris, visited relatives in '! .

l\ homo demonstration and state hoard folks who want to buy. Jacksonville last week. I''' Ford Motor Company Detroit Mich.
of health workers Its importance to I Enoch Griffls was n business visitor ,

? ; this community is beyond t'stimatt"1 The old Romans knew a thing or to Startle Wednesday.R. 0I
If. Smith, of Jacksonville is attending
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two about agriculture \ .r example,
"'"1 Be Wise-Advertise .they knew that legumes are great to business in town duringthis : .
week.Mrs. .

Nancy Britt, of Macclenny, )Is
e spending a few days here with her

daughter; Mrs. Truby Walnwright.
"J :Misses Wilma Blanchard of Jack- I (
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rya = ,o,, .
sonville, and Louise Blanchard, of f r edow .
MOTHER! MOVE Macclenny, were guests Sunday at the \
:
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. / ; : I
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A. M. Blanchnrd.

Miss \ Godwin of Jacksonville
; Marguerite -
k CHILD'S spent Saturday and Sunday
BOWELSl( with her parents, Mr. and 1Ir8.v.. 10'. _
11
Godwin.Mr.. o c.

\ and Mrs. S. A. Bryan and Misses 0
Ollie Marr and Myrtle Reddish, of
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"California Fig Syrup" is Starke, were visitors Sunday at the 0
G 4 ,, home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr. .

a Child's Best Laxative Ixmnie and Llge; Prescott, of Highland .

were here Friday on business.E. o -
? M- II. Collier, of Palatka, and Miss o "

?711r'b Hurry mother! Even a croon, sick bad l. remember a a good cleansing of tho Emma Johnson, of Hampton, have accepted 0 0
I T' oli i 1.1 Wee' tho "fniity" taste of little bowel Is often all that Is tuiee..iiary.Auk positions as clerks in GeorgeF.
_ e ( "California Fig Syrup" and it lifter your drKii.t for genuine "Cali F. Young's! store.
''I fails to open the bowels A tCaspoonful" fornia Fig Svrup" which hm directionsfor Miss Mattie Harley, of Jacksonville J. W.ANDREWS, JR. DEALER
0 today may prevent' a sick child to l liable, and l chiMretj of all ag. ,
dI morrow If constipated, bilious, {('ver. printed. on hottlo, Moth"r I You mast spent Sunday here with her parents, LINCOLN FORD FORDSON
Ish, fretful, ban. coM. colic, or if nay 4 'aliforni ." or you may gut an Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Harley.J. .
f stomach 11 Hour, tongue coated, breath imitation fig syrup. :' II. Moore was transacting burin!

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INCOME TAX FACTS. No. 1 gle. whose gross income for the year may grant upon application beforo cells with chckii/ judges and Investigators Worthington Sunday 'dopwiled| ', .s. ffilaranl of full ru", lIan'. '1,

..W, INS: was $5,000 or more. Broadly the return is due, March 15, an extension caught in "double-crossing! ; liev. G.; II. Joyner, of Dukes, was ncci'iitnnnn with: lhi bid of aurh aiihmi'U'd l: bid' :I .and and the'lit failure the uvcnt on th,of* #

Jh Revenue officers are visiting every BlviiUing gross income includes all of not to exceed 30 days. If an their associates. in town Saturday while enrouto to part'lluin-iif.of Clime the. blddor Hhnll Iw to ...n.ld,1. .Aa tho liiiifilatiluiiiaui'K | terma<.. } ik}

Bounty in the United States to /aid the income received by the tax payer during accurate return cannot be made within N.. Trials I held Starke. trimtrua.,: and oo rtitninod by the tioaril of bond 'N11t: \
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ffuxpayers in the preparation of their the year from salary or wages or I I the 30 days extension period, n request Although the death penalty was ostensibly R. A. Weeks spent Saturday transacting Said' ti>wn of Slnrkn bond, aro" to .be mend (01,'

income true returns for the year 11)22.\) from "business trade, profession or : for a further extension must abolished: I early In 1)20"! the ; business at the county sent. for. thu the INIrptwe WHlvrworka of reeonatrtictfnK find Hwtrlc, and Ilirht unlaruiiiu ,iilnnt- J .
nformation concerning/ the date ofheir v< v. Ion," dealing. in property: or the bt made to the commissioner/ of internal ,executions".(' curried on almost every There will bo services Sunday at arc of the to ho Tuwn sold ct for Starke. Floridu.. "Said bun... !

: arrival and the location of their tri7if: action of any business curried! revenue, Washington\ I). C Collectors night. in the grow-some cellars of tho Free Will Baptist church, morning Sun) :tiondH: are to nr.id t :: than with she par.. approving, f

bfficea may be obtained by writing the on .,.r" profit. Net income, upon which have no authority to grant an the Bol.Hliuia Lubianku. The accusedare and evening by Rev. C. S. McClcllan. opinion& ::: of. Lund Mmmni.: altornpjra Storvy,of Tlujmillki ItonUin.;: ::: Mana.I'atnlloilur. *.-

collector of internal revenue for the the! H" is assessed, Is gross income extension exceeding :'M days .seized!: by cheka agents after tho Everybody invited to attend. Tin said 'heard) of bond triiHtcc-a hoer,i. I
the
right *
to n.J.t any and nil blots \ j
)District in which the taxpayer lives less certain specified deductions for r'ailuu to make a return on time I soviet spies! have secured real or alleged Leroy Forsyth spent Sunday! with lly nidi-r of lit Bald, Imnrd of bond trust.** .k

eF I Forms for filing returns of individ- business expenses, losses bud debts subjects the delinquent toI penaltyof / 1 evidence of crimes against; the relatives lit liradford.' i.r thi 'l\iwn uf tllarkr, Klorldn.J. : \ ,

;h 'I. iliil net income for the year 11)22) areing tote) contribution; etc. $1,000 and an additional penalty of''I BOX ,-iiiineiit. The prisoners are hurried Quite a crowd from hero attended Chnirinaii of tho Hmird' of O.md. 'rrm.bvw.. ,

sent to taxpayers who filed re- Ahiong! the mot important items :In 25: per cent of the amount of tax dun. to the cheka prison, whore they tho closing/: exercises of tho Bradford AtUt: Town o( Htarke. Klnrni t

urns for the year 1921.! Failure to re- the returns of many taxpayers are If the failure is wilful, however, oran ari< placed i in dark damp cells far un- school Saturday night. ('. A.Clerk KUTCir.of thn Board of llond Trtlnt4. ,, .

eive a form however!! docs not reeve the deductions for business expenses. attempt is made to evade thq tax d'I'v> round and deprived of the opportunity J. D. Baxter spent the week-end at Town of Hlarke. SI-8'Vt-a-4. t

'i: ( the taxpayer of his obligations Ti: the case of a storekeeper, they include by filing a false return, the offender of even notifying/ their relatives IjiCrosse.; OHM Kit loll IM'IIUCATIUN ,

file a return and pay the tax on a reasonable allowance for sal- is liable to imprisonment and to a fine l of their whcrcabnutv. J. W. Pinholsler: oi LaCrosse, was In Circuit O.url., Stn' (<* of l'l..rhla. Faso ,'

l. ..iSme, on or before March 15, 1023. ants paid employes amounts spent of not more than $10,000 and coats The cheka commissioners pass on transacting/ business here Friday. I Jitiltchtl. Circuit UrH.Uor"l <''uiitjr, In oluMct'ry. .

:v.l j I 'I" ) The\ forms 10-10A for filing returns for advertising premiums for insurance in addition to a penalty of 50 per cent II their! ClIl'es. denying! them) the rightof Everybody; invited to bo present Hunk of Stark, ( ; I"I:!

,iI' :of net Incomes of $5,000: and, leas and against fire or other business of tux evaded a trial, although the prisoners are next Sunday morning al 10 o'clock u.t > I I I.'nn \ MtM'Uuiir vm C.c"m"h.I..llt.// '

M, |';J1040 for filing returns of net income losses, the cost of water, light: heat usually questioned at length, this reorganize a Sunday school al the HM.I.. I.ithm, lunh' ,

t'll, w +'.. excess of $5,000 may be obtained and fuel used in his place of businessand RUSSIAN CIIEKA SIGNS: DHATII questioning assuming a third degree Free, Will Ituptist! church. Old as well (Il ni">1",11' bv Hlfiilnvit .I''nd..d l (In I..

[III''" ..'' ': \om collectors of internal revenue drayage\ and freight bills. WARRANTS FOR THOUSANDS process closely resembling the famous as thu young folks are urged to be I 1.1. 110..1 and. uhi('..vp-Blnt4Ml A. cutwr, tint !I.*'..
two of
M.lln" N tti-
.' : lKi i nd deputy collectors. A professional man, doctor or lawyer :Spanish:; inquisition method: They present. .1.r"8"1. 1 ttu'ifin n""/'Clon.. n..n..hl....

1 pftpKeturns} are required of sin- may claim as deductions the cost Soviet Figures Show l,7h'n,118 Have S. V. Andl'IV1II1.lIt/ Monday in .r I ..of II I or id u, anti M-l.'vr.l' l tu hi alas' .
choke
} :.{, II 1 every arc browbeaten by investigators : n.lttftitM ii f South Ift.I.,I in the aisle' of h.

I, 'r', gle person, whose net income for 1922I' of supplies used in the practice of his> Bern Killed Since 1917!) often subjected to physical tor- Gainesville.l yi:,>::, i'tt l nn therefore rilin'd*. nirn that nf twenty-nut-Miiiil, .' J

t'iri'Yas' $1,000 or more or whose gross profession expenses paid in the ope- tore and indignities and l then turned !Messrs. J. W. L. Pinholster and T. ,... ,- "" ... bv find' arc hrivhy rctjuiril nim-, ,

.'I'!i1.I ,Income, was $5,000 or more and of ration and repair of an automobile During the bolshevist reign of ter- over to. the waiting executioner. W. Markey of Pint Hill, attended thuMasonic ".,hi t
,I. m'ibery; married person whose net inVcome used in making/ professional calls, ror, carried on openly and without Stool Pigeons Escape meeting here Saturday/ after- ur. Mui-rli.i.f, enid A. bill l>. will ItiUil,b...oth-vrwlHv.I.k, .n.the cnnfiwi nllottnIfiim -

: was $2,000 or more or whose duet to professional societies subscriptions abatement in Russia from 1917 until Some prisoners accept l the offer' noon. 1,,It.add in drfnul11nte furl her onltT. thttt, t

') v J, (gross income was $3,000: or more. to professional! journals, of- 1921! :! and! still going on under cover, made them by the cheka to become Among/ those attending to hood! nesto Im ihltrthtMl ,,nra wwlt for' four thin eons onlpr nC1/11\v*>*>>

of the fice rent and the cost of fuel light in from hero A. tt-kM in tin* Hrailftirtl tkuinty I t.
'Careful study instructions on Starke Monday were 'lYU'tfniph. I
hundreds
of thousands of ) .
stool and their .
.
persons I pigeons betray com n" Himpi-r ptihliHlii'il In .hl! | county, and titui.
: f f.the, forms will\ greatly aid in making heat and water used in his office, and I were executed as counter-revolution rlld,,". These stool pigeons/ > thus escape A. Hazen P. A. Crosby, II, P. Guiney Thw Jai.unry. HI. H'Ui.<'i.: W. ALnRKMXN,

l 1, jl f '('torrect' return. the hire of assistants.The ists. One statement of the exact', I the death'penalty and ultimately I and C. J. Shiiw. t rnh Clark tirxiii't: TmiH 7

> farmer may deduct all amounts number of ,deaths coming from Riga become chcka agents themselves. In L., A. and II. !t. j )'own spent Sunday Uy C. A. iVputy hNH.lir.ClrrL 999It. '999///

,': {1' INCOME: TAX FACTS. No.2i'l. paid in the production harvesting/ and ar official soviet figures places the raiv instances there have been those afternoon at LuCrosse. I). K. KNtl.IIT.for Cumt'Iuinant. .

--. marketing\ of crops, including labor, death list at 1,700,118. The famous who escaped the death penalty, the K! L. Crosby of Jacksonville, was -H.lh'l..r- 2.2 nt 'I.t t

.., 1 In the making of his license tax re- cost of seed and fertilizer purchased, Russian! (cheka the all-powerful secret sentence of banishment or lifo Imprisonment In town (lint of the week transacting. MrAKI'.AN'S NOTK'K TO MU.'. IIKAL Ie.

(turn for tie year 1033 a taxpayer, if cost of minor repairs to farm buildings body which rules Russia, orders I being/ inflicted instead of the bllHililtSIl. TATS 1+

I single is allowed of other than the dwelling whichis Notlco (I. hiM-i'hy trlvr-n to whom I It nuvpitncrrn. t d
an exemption' ( all errests and executions. !tiring squad. .1. C. (foiii and W. Crows were visitors I (hut thirty ilnyn .(".I ditto h..r. I.

1000. A married person, or head of a personal expense) and cost of the Moscow\ the present seat of government The !Moscow cheka'n! most famou"executioner to SUrku Tuesday. i'nrri.t tfUfkn. .. lun.dh'' of u. W. Mirk.
Jr. rinivniMi 11 Irk ,. .
'afamih' whose net income 'for the tools used in theeourso of \I'ny 1.1 w.*
; small. up of the bolshevist HiortH e
rule Is thecenter was Panknitov, a formu."red" row find Oliu Hirlm, ', will ii.vply
year< .1022 was $5,000 or leas Is allowcd' a year or two. Rent paid for a farm of of HIGHLAND to tho lliinornhln! H. A. (tifttii, county jn.lu
activities :
the cheka ::
the army soldier who because of in und I fur Hnidfoitl 1 nnnnly.I Florldti:: nt IMCotfirt .r
fen exemption of $2,500. The ext also is un allowable deduction.\ I members of which are unknown to the his Known ferocity and lust soon became In Stitrko, In ..1,1 county, nt 10 o'e...

;'" f emption allowed a married person or Deduction of personal or living ox-I'' majority of their victims. The streetof I chief executioner. Thousandsof .:' <1 1o'.h.\ .n.--MIs"'s) 1':11111til'11 : n..m.hniird.. or\ nn for noon Col thorouftor horny ti> .null I thu nt public ctmIn ornriw.tu

; 'head of a family whose net income penses such as rent paid 1 for a liolshnia Lubiunltn midVinifred unitn unit-twelfth undivided. lnttm 'i
in Moscow has prisoners were pcrai'>nnlly killed I by Wimlievly werevisitors
.1'1. in of $5,000: is 2000. A ling hire of domestic servants education In thu rolowlll diHerll>ill real' was excess ,
been turned into tn Jacksonville .
one continuous prison i -I Pankratov but finally the slayer became Tucmluy.J. county ''owl. .

head of a family is a person who ac- of children etc., is expressly and here the government prisoners nauseated by his hftrrihlo deed L. Johnson and J. K.; Bennett A oni-twrlfih' mtdivldtMl! Intvrmt' In IhnVi-*
tually Hupports one or more persons disallowed by thl' 'rl' 'nul' tut.INCOME I I 111 of thu Hoiithfiuit Quurler and Ito I0iv;
I are confined anti executed, usually and resigned/ I to become the O'Iul'el'in1'nd"111 were unincHa I visitors. to the m"lropI of th* HiMilhwiwt Quart, u( 5,0 but thir

living in his or her household who are with out a trial arid without an opportunity ) of. a Hoviet. prison fit in. olia Tuesday.II. I lynne, tuwnnhlt nnv in Mouth range twenty 't'
closely related to him or her by blood!, two Kimt: ; evapt n strip nf IHIII! on Uiu nortt
: TAX FACTS No. I to answer the accusations: that Cruel to I the V.\ireine; I h Bennett spent the week-end.I.lll of the Northwtmt, U\inrt> of the Houtn-
i marriage or adoption.An I I jinirtur \ llm North,want iiuurt
rof
with Chuttalioncht'e. .1'nn
made relatives
arc against llicyii.Underground ) 11 Ilk rll tuv established! a reputationfor \ nt ,
l he "".IIIw..l Ouurtr of about there erne
additional credit of $100 is allowed In making out his income tax Executions cruelly exceeded. by none. Ho I (1. II. Barker, bars II. C. Wimberly Also nnihnlf nnrn In thu NntthwrHt corner .!
for each (other than re-I "r tinNorthvnut Qua rlvr of tht Southwivi,
person liolshain Lubiunka is a street hated would bent and bin prisono'rs aa and l :51isaVdniFred' Wimburly motoredto .
turn for the year 1922! the curse I (jnni'trr" (it KiKttion .hlrl".on. ti.wnHhir,
husband or wife) dependent upon thetaxpayer is required to include all items! of his* not only in Moscow, but throughout he personally led them to I tho execution Jacksonville WcdncHilay.' Mouth, Rung twnnty-lwo ennt,, oonllnln. '
if such urnhundt'fil ix and ono hat nrro. mON
l ; for chief support, gross income. In the case of a storekeeper Russia for there is little hope for chain her. \He made, the execution Mrs.' L. Lt. Ward and 1 liltlo, son. Itolibie i nr .1w M lirtyix NJti-5)! ..2.1,1No'I'11 ,
is under 18 of or I -- ---- -- .
a t person of self years because age the gross income n \ consists usually I any one who is ever taken there. The !pay him in more ways; than one, urnved, Sunday to j join. l l Mr., Word I N: OK APIMJOATION I'OHTAX DRIB ''I

incapable support A of the gross profits on sales, together rambling buildings, oncu used us insurance for although he wu paid 1 a liberal\ l I here They are located I with :\IrK. (O.! UMiKH.: HKrTION: HfArUTEH&1OK THKJfcrchy ,
mentally physically defective.
or ollices become particularly ) salary finhis bloody work he Insisted W Parker. EN"IAL
with income from other ,
whose net income for 1922 sources notice in irivvn tlm T. J. AMrrnm' "
single man The returns must show the JI"'SO'l" | loathsome at night, when the bloody l that the lion's! share! of I the pris II. limberly, J I'., spent the week pnn and who in his 1UU. IIIA. in! 1UH, *H<,I. U7,
was $2,000 supports pales, purchases, and cost of goods | executioners carry on their deadly oners' spoils be turned, over to him 1. fiend! / here with II, C. Wimberly and, Uii'l.): tHBi ifil hy the (Icy colU-ctor: for: Itr-iUHixl N
home an aged mother would have nota.c No. l.'tn: dated. At|"tit n, HUM and, en.GIIrn1e .* .
work in the cellars far underground. and he built a bix trade in the sale family.Mr. b.ln" .
but wtmld nevertheless be sold. To reflect net income correctlyand up ; I II.h..1| s5. 1'11. 11(1 1A7. 2iM' !
to pay, to ascertain gros nincome Inven- Executions are virtually always l>y of the. personal effects' anti clothing/ of I and, Mrs. D. 10. \Hell spent Friday ..Mr'J In-ill. .1",1| ." (I'.IUO. and hoc ni.
The fact In
offirw (
and linn
required to file u return. .1,1 miMfa
tories are ordinarily required as of shooting although one or two olllcial\ his victims. transacting business in Jackson) ,.." c..Ut.. for ,Inv h'ril\ to IHKUU In uaror t- i
that a person's income may be nontaxable executioners have been known to bolshevism Is without ,,,nu with law. Thw add ...11... ripr* -
The oC
of tho exemptions tho beginning and end of each ta'labeyeur. : : terror ville.Mrs. I II lvi'I"( fiiihniun lh.. following \\u.I. '" Hn.-.V-
by reason The professional man (doctor strangle their victims to death while mercy. It knows no pity, neither for W. G. Crews and 1 W. I L. Crews ford county. Kloridn. nuntil 1 tit the date. e
does not nullify the requirement to Ihn I iKMUiitirw of pooh rttfM'nlcn/ In tho ni.i. *
I IJ lawyer dentist must include all 'cef I in a few instanceslthe( official killers its foes nor for children crying for returned Friday from II visit with rllIltiV1I l- rcHiHTtlvttty, har'el.after. rtlrulnrly vrt fort*..
if his income within
flip return was>
a crazed by their bloody work have us- lost fathers. Although the death at Koysville. tii-wit
if sin- and! other compensation for penalty t'erllmant. No. 120\ **tn brace* I..< 2 B 4
the prescribed figures-$1,000 BioMil! services. tJroteS-1| edr knives and axes to dispatch their has> apparently bean abolished Sir and, Mra. J. I... Strickland; announce fllk (I In .,.".. AiJilitiiin, to Slurko. Si-. e.
g'u' and $2,000 if married.) 'I'i.. s. H. K. W E., -uinemod Mr. Mary K Al-" i
ro t Tiio farmer is required to report .is vi tims. .Dora Evlinsky, a 17-, ear old and the powers of the cheka limited the birth of a daughter Friday VII I't'K.Ccrtlflunto.
The normal tax is 4 cent the I II.
per on No. 1 3d vmbrnci-n shout 4 AIn
bolshevist! girl executioner is said to the torture chamber in the IJolshai.'tLubianka Feb. 2nd.Bryant<1.
i income all derive fr .m .
profits
,toss
of income in "'bf HW for of NW ijunrtitr nf HW iiiurtt
first $1,000 net excess the Niile exchange of farm rod- have killed 400 officers with her own its walls riddled with bullets Reddish. of Lawtey viHit'dfri..n K: of rntlwny'1 A W It A of N 1.1 of HWCjuMrtcr i
the exemptions and 8 per cent on the I or T of HW Q".rt.. ey 1 A churrh. "
income. The tax ucta, int'utling\ crops and live I'to'k. hari s. and a sickening odor of coagulated remaining net may Bodies Spirited. Away blood niche still ,V. M. Wimberly Will a visitor toLawtey .
the farm permeating every ,
wh 'h taised
be in full at the time of filing the ( paid and resold. A farmer who What becomes of the bodies of the receives its regular quota of victim Sunday" l..rr. Mrs 12 '". 7, R. H. 1U K.. 44nati'M.
return in four installments due on t or
rents! his farm on the crop sharing j hundreds of thousands of victims of for the /great juggernaut\ of bolshevism No. KM rmhrBCP. Nf QunrWrcif
or before March 15, June 15, September the choke is known only to this body ..- -- HW gunrtcr. Sri. IS. Tn. a. K. 4U M. e ,
basis must such income for
report '
December 15. 4<" urnna.wand Hnmurl W. llrown.VrtHlcnlw t
and
15, the in which the are sold. itself. When. relatives or friends of Only' Partially, Informed. ( Nt. HJ I'mhrnnw H Ihilf uf RW
years crops Qnnrler, are II. T|>. 0. B. K. K.: HO MOM.
Profit obtained from the sale or rental persons arrested by the bolshc-vists IIUOOKKKHrooker : ""It's' from history that we mud h...'...,. A. II. AlVMr-' .. 2 ,
k INCOME: TAX FACTS Xo. 3 seek to find them a stone wall is: en learn to judge the future," remarked I'rrllflruta Nu. I fi7 ."..... N K gimrwof
of farm lands also must be reported.In .
: HK (j.Rrl. Hin. 17. Tp. 7, B. 21 a ,
order that they obtain full countered. They are sent from one Feb. 9.-Chenley Fogg of the serious. citizen.: "YfJ, replied the 4'l' ."... ......1) Unknown.Vrilllrnt. I.
The revenue act of 1921 provides may observer; "but every day's news re- ( .. No. i 21)00!< rmbrnr AW Quanta M
advantaga! ; of the deductions< from prison to another, and from one officer iraham: was in our town. one day of of N'K: Uiinrtt Jthof 1 11 4 HHI. 22. Tw.N. .
income tax return shall be mInd us that history U not yet 'DIDo .. : .. d
.1 than an to with the H. K. K UfG nartM, M.-lr_
another always saute/ answer last week : .
.0
married sin- gross income to which they are entitled I'ele" M j 1r. CO.Ortitlrnta: I
". filed, by every person, or advised by collectors I -the person sought hits/ been C. A. Marks of Tampa, spent, several .. i\ No. 2U.1 _m....'. NW (j".."* l
taxpayers are
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t nf 1HK 1 2fl. ". H. U a ,
I transferred to this or that prison or here last week at the homeof ll..I'r. .I. i. I. I
of internal revenue to study the lays NDTICK TO IIIIIDKKHt'Hlffl : : 40' Unknown.Unlfwi : .

instructions on: the forms for making has "gone to the city." It. A. ..Weeks.Virginia I .liiilu will tin .n'l'olvvd liy the Ixmrflof : until t*. Inw.,rllrtnnli lea' ilmnl Hhnll will I.bv.".r.t Sometimes if the become land| lriiHl.>. of Ifrudfortl. cnijnly. Kltirhlii.ill the 12th tiny of f-'nhruiiry., A. I l')2i.Wttni'H :) : .
questioners Weeks, who is attending on I
under the head "income from / I.
returns the olficft f thf Hir >lHrr of tliu 'bun rd lit uncial nitcnnture ., \ 0
my 'nI.0 tnu '
y Nose ? business or profession." too insistent they are told that school in Gainesville, spent' tho weekend Hlarko. ('liirlilu. until HI o'clock ... a,.. ofMjinli lire tith .dny of Jununry. A. I.l itllil. .
stopped up A. I 1112.1. for
the loved one who is sought died of here with her parents, Mr. and Oar H'Ciiiit. I.hid.i. tinnier with It horn Mich.HIiMiTK ( ) (1.Clark W. Clrruil AI.DKItMAN. '?,
) ... l, fiiriinh[ cotitiili't iliMnri. |>t'im' uf Ifa\ C..t.
"spotted typhus on the to Kekaterinburg. R. A. Weeks Brmlford Countv. ,
MENTHOLATUM INCOME; : : TAX FACTS; N>. :r way Mrs. "" ,,'hl".a, and Mil In III fur rnncliiltm lliillver.'l Ky C. A. KNKilir. "I
." This stock phrase him I A. II. Shaw of Gainesville, was attending ul Klnrkn. Klurliln.Tliv \l-U-flt-2-ti !>fiit ( __.
lionnt rrMurvro the rlilot'to. ritjrrt any :
quickly clears it. become a by-word in Moscow and is to business here Saturday. Hint all lilih. \
Liability to file an income tax return ;NOTrCK.
10. S MATTIIKWH.C. or rftNALNntirc nlR'RARClt
I now accepted as a statement that an- I Dr. J. M. Mann of Lake Butler
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for the ;year 1922:! is determinedby A. I'MITC II. l'bnlnncn.Hrcretnry In hereby ilvi-n' nil whom It M yenntwrn
'. \ execution has been added! to made a call hero Thursday afternoonlast. ._ _._ 2-2-IJIXI-2; __ lint on th. 6th tiny of Ft-hrimr. A, ,

---- of the a person's taxable status December on the last 31 day, if I the long roll. Seldom if ever are the NO.IKK OK.- AIM'l.irvllON FOR.,. TAX' DKKHUMlKIC :' (If....-1U2.1., Jjiltf I nhnll of nuitl/.1 court. tlm* nil U.innrnbU J"./". iif prubfMf R. A.* l
year, I HK: TION 17.1 OP I UK':
calendar I relatives given the victim's body for Mr. arid Mrs. A. A. Huzen were visitors fur my flnnl illHrlmrirff MM ..I..lnl.l..lo of *.
is made the .KNKICAf. HTATIITF.5hereby : nlnta of H. I) Huhm. .
the return on | hot
'jm, Kto I burial or even told in what cemetery; ; to Gainesville Xntimlay. They: notice l I. ulvrn that Hoover. II...... the nnnin time I will, 1 prfittnt II.|my Wool IM AC
basis, as most are If on that I..h..r".r. *n* iult ccrltllentnii. n".h.,1r''I..I" ,!
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year | nrt ndmlnlfltrnior ot until ,
tntt
the body hall been buried. I were accompanied, home by their | Si'je. 22H itm) 1241 IIMNIM! .hy I hoIMY ..."lt. their nrovel.JONA'IIIAN!. r > .
date he was single he must file a return I "'..JI.t.., cot lived ford. flounty, "Klurlilii.. ru a7 j M.
been ill PIJKE3.
Queer if his net income for 1922 was I Robbed Before Death daughter/ Ella Mae, who has ...enrllllraU tn, liflnv, timed """. 2.1211.'( have 12.1.lt.2."""l A.hnmi.trut.r, .
Prisoners facing the death chamberwere I for the past few days. Her condition, Oil",, unlit cfrlitlcutvfl In rny oirire end hnvmudit .. f..1 i-crmber. 0th. A. P. 10V2.MASTKR'ft n
e "+ $1,000 or more, and he is allowed an npiillciitlon for tnic dcril to IMHIIU In HO.curiliinri
dl' I usually robbed of all their clothing I has improved and it Is thought she ,. with Invf.Hniil ----- '
1f. exemption of $1,000. If he was married oitrlilti'iiti'H nwtwtlvply vmliriiccM ,Sloerulluwtns .. ALB
Feelings and valuables before her studies
they were will be able to resume -
soon
,p on Deceirther 31 he is granted the I bade In Ifrndforil county. Kliirldn.UNmnHiHl Nntlre In tierfhy vlvpn that unilir' und W
I shot down by the firing squad. The in the Gaineavillo high school. lit thou ilnt of the .nMnmncv nf MucheiTtillcutm vlrttio of thnt airtnln final ,ilerrr of forvrUif'nra
exemption allowed a married person In tin nnniHii. rfnttfottvfly hi'reinHftHr .
2' rt "Some time ago, I was very / I I prisoners would be called out, one by Dr. R. K. Watts of Jacksonville, imrliffulitrly* eat forth t/i-wlt: C'lroult mn l of by Flnrldn.th. Jude In' nf the .lhhlh JiKiLoM .r
for the full $2,500 if his net income ehnnery .., In *Wcircuit
year No. ItUH nmhrurra Mouth Idilf of .lll" *
I'rtillcatw .
Irregular, writes Mrs. Cora one, stripped of all their clothes, and was a visitor hero Thursday.Mr. ffourt for 1..M..*! county, Florbln. .,.
look 41 In I.. 'r. A. Co Huh Illv.. Han UK, Tp. tH.
of Pikeville- Ky. 1 was $5,000 or leas, and $2,000 the -tint tiny of .. ...
t Robie then killed. The clothes later wouldbe \ and Mra. E. J. Lewis have moved .. It. 22! Kumt.: UKriUiMl J. J. Anionn.furtlllcnl. A. D. 11I22 In .
#. kth i suffered a great deal and knew if his net income exceeded 5000. The .. Mo.' 2iH! vmlirnri. W"''t Hnlf of .u of :.pl. umhrr "fomi> ,.. n .n..n_
I.must do something for this either Bold or used by the guards, to the E. L Crosby cottage. took 4.1 In ".. 'r. A Cm Hub Mlv.. See. UH. 'Tp.If turn .. Complainant .".| nirnlniit S. n.
bride's income, however must be considered : JonnNon fool;1 1 Ir>t0r. J. nml S. J. Rpitlnter, Jr.,
H., It. 22 R: BHMMNV<| JeciMt M" a.
condition. I suffered mostly and it was no uncommon sight to see It A. Weeks visitor over toMWLIMBACK If .
3 / with that of her husband the was a Ortlllfiitv No. it'll i-mhri. l + with my back and a weakness in a bolshevist executioneer or guard In Lincoln City; luiiUfBMnd Mary. Joinur.lnlHM und..llln.d. .. nnmilnl mni tr, wM
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my limbs. I would bavedread4fu / larger exemptions being allowed mar I said rvrtillcauii utmll IM, r"*ln*>'n0ilHfcrtrdinir offer for mil In front of the eotirthousu
headaches. I had hot flashes ; I wearing clothes worn but a few hours \ti I...... tic dyed will |I..... tlwreon Mt.rAe, ilurinir lb., /,Irv.f h un.. nf .ale _.
v ried couplet" living", together. A wJ.Jw on the nth tiny nf March A. U. I'Jt'l.:! Momhiy. the Ath do nt '.h..RI'Y. A. t>. IBM
and very queer feelings, and oh, widower whose died before before by some prisoner. T E ? WI(L owe my oirlrlnl .I"n.lu.l >nd I .nal l thin to tin hlvh wt and",lost, bl Mr or _
bow my head hurt I 1 read of / of 1 spouse The inmates of the nll-Rusalp c che the 'HOth day of J........". A. no.tl. lll'J'l. follftwlntf. (IfNrribtxl l mil ..1., nttnnti.h.*.i .
.v, tl.o end of the year Is classed ns a w. AI." :llMAN. being, In I..lorl .enmity, Mortdn, to-wit : .e
ka prison represent a motley varietyof -- fli' rh Circuit Court. llr.,irr.| i'ountr. Flu.Hy of uthonftt .
N..th.AL quarter gunrkir.nf
ninirlo person. Divorcees and persons elements. There are socialist rev- C. A. KNUJIir. ... 81. Tp. 6 South Runir 21! K, contM.
81| rated by mutual consent also are That mornliiK; hu II.'II ell" tho lie olutionists and bandits. Titled illus- 2,26..32JIoIITU'P
classed when benttirg" or !lifting A. APKIN3. I
CARDDI as single sharp pales 1
persona. : M
Similar conditions exist with respect trious nobility rubs elbows with ordi- make work a burden and. rill! Snipes : OP HAI K OP "..000.". MIX' PKIiI F N.naln.JOINS. Comptnlnnnt.MAHTRR'H .1".1.1 1..lt.M.54. ,j

nary workingmen arrested as strik- b, tiiiinlicaiie, by u KNT TOWN OK HTAHKK IIONItrfIfwri'hy 1
lion' (
albie!
r to the head of a family. If, notlm. In iciven that thw bo.r Former leading capitalists of kidneys von of the Town uf Hl.rk... H.irlclu. IAI.'
ers. bad back l t'< )k ii" year IK.IK! tru Ul' Notie I. Driven, .
of relatives hint-by and' bvvirtu
: his
itur'ng the support y'
/ The Woman's Tonic. year. Moscow sleep aide by side with hum- will make n. ml-la, lie by following Id.IKKI.Ml will ri the
ceased h>> Is entitled only t<> .Iu. l r and rh'cpmhpr j
"Rd. .nl..d oti
ble peasants, and lawyers with n talent > this Slnrke''exdIlt'i' example.Mrs of thn Town nHterk Morldn. ill to end !
A who of A. II. IU'J.1. 'IInnn..I.* A. V LOPK Judiri "f tkr
!) rxri-if.tion. man "is t Inolu.l'OK the 4th ilay April
$1CO
and of others who seemed to / for "promotions and combinationll" L 10 iTiin'ilOUhth: rit., says: Xalil l I.iiut* lire IIH, ilnUd! the Aral day "f "I.lt ( cool for ItrndT'ir't fnnittr
have the same troubles I had dependent child not mentally or physically their "I am glad of the oiiioriually' to lecoinrntiiul July, A. l>. IHJ2 und urn to tm In the iliiioinlnation Vlorldti. In thnt ". ,.In armor wlt'-rvln' ,.>.h.'I 0'I
share
of dubious scheme 1 .
of ",,,,,n no tech and' u> War lnlrrr 'I. Urrcn' iit oornnlnlnnnt. and Adolph' HM
I to / defective that attains the ,
benefited I
/ being so began age honn'rt 'Klin| \ fills!! win nor and hit wlf. Nifttt
iiHyahltft'mtMnnimlly. furbnr
of tt > iinfiuni. nrw 4pj
lit tau rate [M r pet|
) 7 61 use it. found it most bene- / of 18 years just before the close of complaining of tacluirliH uiul 1 them : ,, f>n the enl ...:, dry l of ..fanunry.iii : j' tVniluntii, the undt-rnltrn.irJ will oiTor fop .oJ'
r / ficial. I took several bottles To diijl'' the slush , Stop Quick iiilu tai
a Cough >
and was made so much / the taxable year, cannot claim the was a H"V re. ; The principal end internal if tahllionfdt I In front of the vnurihou Ian .
better 1 didn't have more credit for a dependent. taker HAYES' HEALING/ HONEY* a of my back. If I ttuoped I could am payahle* at thy )Hanov National 1 Ht.rb., firndford. county Florida' nn MondAv'thu
any $100
/ Hunk/ In taw oily and elate of New' York. Ath nf Fchrunry. A. D durlnv ,
F.d trouble cf this kind. It regulated cough medicine which tops the cough by scarcely! Mlralfthtrn: ax'tla.; I oftenKiit Th. amount of bonda otfnr..ler anl. la f Ii'trnl hour nf cal*, to the 192 of .. .-
the inflamed and irritated tuulUPS. tired than bw end tho principal. of mild bonds .. .
i me. r beading UI'[ i.'h''K loon <'I6.lllin.au i Vying nnld Soul d...*. the followlnir real .
FACTS; No. 6
I INCOME TAX A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE !b' 1 wti lannnliland 1 hall h.. due. Mid payahl, IJ.Onil.OU. the float t I.t. In enunty. Ftorldn o-wit:
Cardui has been found very fore I writ t I" 'J J ..t".1
/ day of July cash y ar, tM-ulnnliiir with 1D2B. I R.( Houthrnut rurnt-r of Norr **.
/ helpful in tiie correction of many SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and at tunm my Higlil! l,:u.i-cd. i and nillnu with I'm. Illda will IH, aowptml *rant .<]unrt.r of S.etion 44 end, run Watt
female disorders / To avoid penalty Income tax returns Croup Is endowed with boltlo ofIIAYES' to two o'clock p. m.. on April 4th luuri.:! I .
/ cases of painful every road about Uouu' I.llney' l'.Is! aunt< up .11M l r.* then* North tsit:' fret thence Riwr
ill nqulml to dopoait with C. A.PuUih.
such as Mrs. Robie he filed with the collectorof HEALING HONEY. The salve blfldvra aHr fret, Ihln.* South I M.tA r. ta pd.t
must .
/, bought a Lox ui Tumui'n IHuJItore. elwrk ofh.. h.>ard of bond truata of .
/ If suffer should be rubbed on the chest and throatof of l I".nnln. nil In fli-ction 34. Township I.
mentions above. you the town of !ka.ka. Kliirula, a orrtinnl chiirkfur
internal 'revenue for the district in the attack and Ifrit ,
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she did 'ake Cardui- a children suffering from a Cold or Croup. They cured me of II.000.(10.' aald chMk. u, bv madw p..bleIe ftu.h. n.n... Z Feat .un.lnln" 40 arwnuIre
as which the lives has principal dLfi'erHOt! wouiun." (;..... C. Whit,, nf the board l of or I**
purely vegetable, medicinal / taxpayer or The "h..lln4efrt: of Hat..' faallnrt Hrmerlakletlethm.t.xnbined like a bond> IruiitiHra of the trvaaprvr town of Stark "'10, '\\10. above d'...,'.. '.n.t to b* .... _
tonic in use for more than 40 Wyears. > place of business On' or before with theheclfoaeCnetofurn {Pile* bUt i ui ui d-ile. a I Hou't ida. jict to a efrtnin. .. .n tu lh. _
IZ ,* a -PT.... Salve Uirouilb lb. pared 111 vral I-nn.l Rank" of CtdumbU. C.. for _
It should help yew %: ti, kllney\ read.gelDoan' ..All bldd.r. chill aprclfr the time within I
midnight of March 15, 1923. the boa Mop a cou4b. Imply a I r a : which th. biddirra will comfily with the I lrmthvreof sum of IflQO.UO. and, outwit Jun. ll lt.P. .
Sold Everywhere. & Where additional time is required Both refluxHM parted In OM carton and the 's Klrr.ev ri.ii: .-lhr HHHIP teat after nutie la given, by the old. Clerk K. KNIGHT.8p ,.
1UG sat of ihf cooiMDMi UMUMnc U Me. Mr Miner :'.nl '"..ter..'.lIo"l'n Co.. ut the hoard. of bond truaUva that dvllvary inl MAM tor in Chnn.vv.rv.E. .
because! of illness or absence of the _Just ask your druggist for HAYES j of the honda ran b* mad*. K. VRRRYHN..Hollcttor .
'taxpayer from home, the collector HEALING HONEY. :Mfr C.. V. Curtllltil cheek. referred to above. la. to be for Cvmplninnnt. I-a-6H-J



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA

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!AGE RlGDt'

-- _.___u gallons of water.
-- 3. If old frames are used, they

4, I l' must be disinfected with formalin at '
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a strength of 1 pint to 30 gallons of ;

u water. .

i News Itemsbittrctlnf I 4. Seed to be bedded In a site 01 f ]
County t
\ which no sweet potatoes have bee

; e ,t grown or bedded. 'eV i

: red During doe :Yeas ;br Our TURKISH /6.) In the case of South Carolina, ....ti hq t V ,

I ;'' Pasts Cath Correspondent VIRGINIA manure'from stock that has been fed 'i47', '

Regular BURLEY Ion sweet potato tubers or vines must

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,: ? not, be> used. In any event, the ra -

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( .sjr.n. .011It ia iia a wathi Ruhr will be 1 ttnxt inure must not be mixed with the soil
opinion that the I
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,* t 'TIIKKAflENEDWITH : battlefield but he warr used for covering the seed.
mmIANNOW.: went
I be remembered that the
It must
Geimany |
CIVILWABPAKI that, in going down to defeat -
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Ii: -. would drag France along to f ft- quarantine[ against shipments of the

'I' : "o"htv'"m.' Famlnelanc'Strlkn No't ngncial and social ruin. \ aAMRIANTOIAYota sweet potato plants and tubers from
r infested with the sweet potato
''a" Nation areas
"' IIarrase'haee powerful' --
.,, weevil is still in force.If .
r THE OU-r\\SIIIONKI;/ : I HJJCTOH
',;n: p :1oo-- the above conditions have bee
\ $ C'opipletAc'eonnftse' : with civil war '" ,
> : ""- complied with, certificates will be I issued -
t" Ah board of Flor tt
; the state plant
by
orwV: proud and powerful German t-m- And Syrup of Squill
If it is desired to ship plants into -
now of turpentineAnd Ida. r
conditionx Ten
(, ae'a result of tho djops t
pill the board of public in-
$10,000, giving for permit
application .
] Mississippi, l
black pill,
the country, a big
." prevailing"throughout
structlon of said Bradford county authority I boar S
and] old fashioned doctor must be made to the state plant v
The German people are In despair The
+ : to issue and sell negottabl Agricultural College
,
,' attitude of :'mplj Use to cure your ill. of Mississippi,
have adopted an in tho
bonds of said Bradford county Permits to make ship
i I(, waiting for the end since the French nut never again aggregate sum of said indebtedness Mississippi. South Carolina must 1 be
Kments into
"f have taken over the country's coalfields Down the winding lane which bonds shall bear not more than
i from the State Crop Pes
secured
t' I
industrial region of.the Will he iflap old Bess
and'the
six cent interest per annum, pay C. '
I per Commission, Clemson College, S. .
With the bridle rein.
It t Ruhr. nble'flemi-annually, and to be issue* Florid
of
board
active in the !Rhineland And the old saddle bag I The state plant > .
SecetMionixtH are
k, 3 fuBclht! arc That he used to drug in series of not more than three thou- will place its inspectors at the disposal -
The Aa
and Havana.! series of !
!,r .i back stand dollars each, the first of plant growers, in order that Strawberry Growers Attention
tosave
the front in an effort From they humped up
to
pushing said bonds to be made due and payable I be made, and will ,
I Ih il inspections may
the nation, while bolshevism Of the faithful nag
on the first day of August A. C. information
further re-
4 \ h I gradually seeping throughout virtually the entire I is merely u memory) \ 102-1, and one series of said bonds t. I quest.furnish Requests for inspections upon must You will soon be wanting your stock plants. You will wanjtrae r
Is Of forgotten day
a I
I. land.} German money be clue and payable on the first day; time in order that and sub. i
worthless. The country in tied! up byI' When the old fashioned Doc be made in ample MISSIONARY and KLONDYKE--no mixture no iititution.

I strikes, and tho French troops are inciKisintr In his old fashioned way, of thereafter August: until of each all said and indebtednei every y\ar\ :! I arrangements may be made to detail fJI 3 Take no chances order from ALIJEN, either director

their occupied territory, and With hid bad tasting drugs has been fully paid and satisfied, I..n inspector for the work.urged Sweet to avail poI from your local dealer, but tell them you want ALLEN'S plants
tato are
1 ( threatening moro drastic military re- Drove our ills away. which bonds are to be a !lien on all I plant growers of the facilities offered by And accepfno substitutes. $3.75 per 1,000, or 5,000 or over
i I' 6 i of Grass 1'oet in MacclenlStandard. / themselves ,
bpirlt Wire
It pri<: non-DCO-ojicra-
1 passive resistance county, Florida, and to be paid out of: i Plants" must be good plants. ,.

tion i IB. broken. the "general school funds of said Bradford '
I I '
\ Fear Monarchist Uprising: the 1'KEMiVrEJtlAN;/ county to be raised by taxatineach I I STAR CAR '.\GE CY IN;/ ST. ItKE THE W. F. ALLEN CO. Salisbury, Md.
narainst republic ----
1 A monarchist plot : year by assessing all toxabproperty
Munich, according A Sunday without any Inspiration .
in brewing iij thereof and requiring the< '-
: :E.: II./ Smith of the Smith Garage.
,
to unofficial reports. A virtual from God's Word \\A a Sunday poorly; wild board: of 'public instruction' of CerUnVnte No. 1411) embrace Southrant cWr.Ur I
I I near the depot, has secured the agency of Nnrlhwewt ijunrtttr botithvuHt CJuar.UT. ..
has been Thousands of youth have reo : I
tiJ i Btnte of martial law proclaimed spent. acid Bradford county, to set aside II Those contemplating tkx'. 6, T p. 7 S.. K. 21 E.. 10 norm.. AowtHl >: a
I I throughout Bavaria and, the (:.rived permanent inspiration and life of said school fund! for the Star car. M. D. Harrle.Certillcnte .
sufficient portion buying automobiles should No. !*> umbracda NorthmHlQuarter '
t troops are massed at Munich to meet blessings from the suggestions i iO(1'M of thereof each year to pay said interest of Northwest Qunrtwr of SouthiaHlQuarter I
and /give Mr. Smith nn opportunity tc & ttouthwviit CJuart. of NorthwttnlCjunrter
an uprising. Lack of food, fuel ; house on Sunday. and principal each year as the of HouifNnMt" Quarter. g..... 6. 1'.,. ta. I
I clothing. is adding to the general misfry. Of course, it means effort-the overcoming same become due and payable.E. show them the performance and good ? K 21 E.. Jil ..0..... Aa ee.od Mrs Mar> '
C. Thomas
of this celebrated
car.
points
l of laziness, perhaps the ,S. MATTHEWS, Certillcnte No. 183 embraces North Halt olHmithcant I
l but the ei. junrter. uf Nnrtht'iutt QuurUT. Si....
Although there ia a deep undercur breaking of lazy habits'- D. E. KNIGHT. SCHOOL ItOAItl 1IlU'rESBoard ;/ 18-Tp. 7 &., K. 21 E.. liO ....... AaeaieiKl W ,
rent of hatred against the French, fort' brings its reward. C. 'iHVlor.CvrtiMcato. '
No, 15lf embrace Sfiutheait
'the people are helpless, as they are The old couplet which comes down Quarter of Northwest Quarter of North..,. ,
( without arms. The workers can goon from Puritan tradition is worth repealing HOW ONE FARMER 1'KEVENTSWATERMELON : met in regular session Fel6th Quarter. SeC 18. 'fP.-7 S. It 21 E.. 10 acre.
: : DISEASES with all members present, viz: AaHejWMl Unknown. ,
strike and have, in many parts of : CertlHcntn No. Itifl embraces South Half olSouthwenC
., L. W. Kickliter, L. J. Wynn and A Quarter. of Southwest Quarter Sri ,
.. the country, but they need the mon "A Sabbath well spent 17. Tp/TS. R. 21 E., 20 acre. .. AanesiedUnknown.
{ food for their week of content, "1 am preparing to plant 5< acres I A. Hazcn. .
i' they earn to buy Brings: a We Our Own Lenses
ey of watermelons this spring, and 1 I Minutes of last meeting read a 1111 Certlllcate No. 163 embrace. Went Half ol ,, grind
families. German observers look for And strength: for the joy of tomorrow West Half of Bouthweal Quarter Sec 6. Tp I II"

1 \ two decisive development before the But a Sabbath profaned, want to know how I may treat the approved. > ,S.. R. 22 E.. 40<> acrve. AMeiHwl, I J. M. Re: NODELAYQ'a.incsVille '

{ I summer-total l III&ral1I11It.; buslnesn Whatsoever be gained seed before planting so as to avoid Petition from Lawtey signed by A Certlllcute. No. 181 "rob...... North Half c ol I '
.f having diseased fruit," an Alachiu II. Harley, et al., asking for an election Nurthennt Quarter of Southeast Quarter andKwt Florida.
of
bolshevism forerunner sorrow. .
and a red wave of Is u certain threi-MimrUr. of South Half of Northeiu.1Quarter
I I..J Seized Sabbath. Do county farmer asked of an official of to see whether or not they should of Southeast Quarter. S.... 21. TpS ,
s Industrial Lenders Young man, use your ..
H. R. Ja E.. 28 iorr Aupmed C. 11. Sanp.Certificate "
''I The French occupational authori not let your Sabbath misuse you. the Florida experiment station re- I' add sections 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 No. 188 embrace Southwe.1CJunner ", ,,,,,,,,,, : j cently. 27, 28, 2P! and all of Section 19 eas of Southwest Quarter and South Hall -
.
ties are conducting a series of wholesale i-John Timothy Ston< of Northweat Quarter of Southweat Quartet. a
and in the district Dr. Stone is acknowledged the The information was J'iven'him anJ of New River, all in township 4 S., A Northwest Quarter or Northwest Quartetof
II arrests
expulsions .. .
1S. RVJ
South went Quarter heo 22. Tp.
"' e. of the Ruhr of the highest German greatest loader among men in Amei for the benelit of the many other wa Range 22 E., to their present sifb.. The t;.. 70 a....... A...... PCertiHcate .
No. rmbracea East Half .I -
election was granted. Hoi c a
chiefs' of bureaus termelon of Florida, the information .
; state officials, ica today. growers Northwest Quurter of Southemt Quarter Sec
t c and municipal heads of services for Sunday school at 10 a. m.Prellchingltt is given below, it beinf Petition of Alice Rogers for widow II) .T.Minnie,. 8 U.,V.R.Hundley.22 E.. 20 .._. AaaeuetiMm.

1 refusal to obey "French orders. These 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m, that recommended by Drs. O. F. Burger pension granted and she was allowed Certificate No 224 embracoa.. loU 8 and 7., 1
in L. T, & Co. add Starke. Sen
month. Hlk 27 to
"" cincials all had been instructed by; The Glorious Gospel. Cordial inv and G. F. Weber, plant pathologists I $2.00 per 28. Tp. 8 S.. R. 22 E. Aa....ied P. M. RiiimCertificate .

Berlin to refusal to obey French orders ration to the public to attend all our of the experiment station and I The trustees of Starke and hemp No. 2Jt emb.... ... Blk 88 in L. 25 centWant
ta borrow T. & Col .ub iliv See. 28. Tp. 8 S. R. 2:4: E
ry7 T; and their arrests, courtmartial services. given in their own words: ton were permitted mono,; Ameiuiod R. M. Elleraon.Cvrtiflcate .
I on their sub to extend thep resen No 280 embraces South...
J. HEDGES seed before plantIng -
T. "Disinfect
and! expulsion followed. your ,.
Quarter of Northwest Quarter &>c. 10, 1'. 'i 1
'Iho strike of the German railroad Minister, and avoid those several diseases term, same to be paid buck out of S., K. 22 E.. 40 .......... AM..ed A. J. Crlffia(
t. I Certificate No 2ti3 embrncea Southwei
r workers throughout the Ruhr is complete carried on the seed. The spores from I current taxes. ')uiii-tur of Northweat Quarter. S..... 11, Tp. 1 1S. 1

and has even spread to other CIIKISI'IAN;/ \!Hell NOTES I..ne diseased crop stick to the outer Petition from toning district received bath.. K.C.2t Urilfia.E. 40 acne Amoieil Mrs. 1:11.-: Ad

1t 'I' of Germany, Including Coblotu: ,, covering of the seed. When these asking that sections 21, 22: 23, UnU...a anal certiAcaUi shall be reiloeme< 8
parts Half of 6 according to law, tat deed will iwiuo thereof
West 19
21 and Township ,
the Americana good day at the Chrla Heed planted the disease is also .
Tot entl'V vacated by Sunday was a are on the Uth dar of March A. D. 1U23.Witneei

aid now held by,the Ilrench. All telegraph inn church. Fairly good audience''I planted and will give trouble later Range 21, be dropped from Rising 7thi\ ,.., yof my 1-ebruary official)A.alunature D. U23. and ...1 thi' I will sell a''
r -
sub No. 10.Sections
'u employee /we on strike, and and a deepening interest in the work when the plants come up. Anthrac- ti. W. ALDERMAN
25: 20, 27, 28, Township (Seal) Clerk Cireuit Court,
inki'H are also common among telephone and worship "of our Lord. Ole con I nose, one of the most troublesome 2-D-6t-8.U llradfurd County Ha.
mornin'go ,\ the watermelon is often 6 I, Range 21, were dropped from 13.
of
and postal employe'*. Tension ut the worship. diseases -- -1 -

i1". Holding (tail Equipment woman of good influence, whose baptism I spread in thin way. Application of Faye Gill grantee

: German officials have been instructed will be announced later. Three "Take the amount of seed yoa have and allowed $S.UO per month. Public SalesWe $$200 Horse
a 4z I There being no further business the \
!
the l their intention
to procure as much of raQ others have expressed rind put tht11in a solution of. corrosive
board to meet the first)
adjourned
t- Ys i p equipment in the Ruhr as possible: to take upon themselves the yoke as: sublimate (bichloride of mercury

and send it to unoccupied Germany disciples of Christ only fend learn of ) for not more than ten minutes. Monday, in March, 1023. have purchased 122,000 pair t'',. '

j before the rail system is entirely none but Jesus. l' move the seed from the solution L. W. KICK LITER, S. Army Munnon |last ahu !itlsizea 5'/j''; or a

wrecked. All locomotives and carl The minister will be in Hampton i and wash thoroughly in two or three II. B. WIGGINS, Chairman to 12 which wait the entire wirpltifAtiKk .

coming out of the Ruhr have been next Sunday, but the church will. I dinners of clean, fresh .water to remove Secretary. of one of the largest U. S. government .

I1'' 1' seized and held/ by the Germans. The gather to worship and "break bread.' the l.oiaon. The seed are now shoe contractors.!
NOTICETo
r Ruhr i Acts 20:7.: Every: member should bi ready to plant and should be planted the Honorable Board Public Instruction, This Hfcne is guaranteed one hundred $ 'Car

!teed, so fur s''Berlin ia concerned. present, and every member who has! within' a few hours or the same day. lirnilfonl W. the County unclvralKnvd Florida taxpnyaw: of Lawtey per' cent solid leather, color dark $1000 /

Much sabotage is reported, and in tho New Testament idea of wuprshirus :. "The'corrosive sublimate solution ub-MihiMil itlHtrtct pvlitmn your honorable tan, bellows tongue, dirt and 'waterproof .
I .rant to grant u> an election to onliirico out
Iw ninny cases it Is necessary for French set forth in New Testament Chriltiamty ((1( to )11.00);\ Is prepared by dissolving strict by extending, our bouml.iritw U. take The actual value of this shoe ail
to that and recorded in the New Testament In Swthitw 20. il. 42, JJ. 24, J6. m, J7, 2S.iu this tremendous
train see ia $6.00. Owing to
aoldierc\ to precede one toilet (which may be purchased and : Iliectlon 18 Eiut of New River, allIn + or a.

h rr.ijs. are not torn up or switches will be present to commune, from your local druggist) in 1 pint of I Township 4 South Uante 22 ijut.Sinned buy we can offer same to the' publicat

3.. t tuwpered with. Four thousand raileXI"'t'ts contribute and pray. The Church of water This amount is sufficient fort I : A. H. HARLEY $2.93.: .

V from France have been sent Christ which fails to meet in the quarter ofvu pound of seed. W.tt.J: >o h.;Ell TOKOUEO. I' U. ILLS: Send correct NicePay postmanon

1' x f Into to occupied territory, but this Lord's house on the Lord's day, t< "Do not forget that this substance. K._ E.W. BUK.NCY GREEN!; : delivery or send money order. KHlioot .

luii.bec Is pitifully few compared to gather around the Lord's table, and: is a deadly poison and should be kept W. M. II(l1S. are not HS represented! we will $$10,000'

r h the 0,000 needed to maintain one of ,' contribute to the support of the Lord't I out of reach of All animals or childrenI. It V. R.It. REDDISII 11IPDK: cheerfully refund your money ,

pi th i most intricate rail systems In the work belittles the profession it makes, J. W. nutHKrt promptly. .
I Ir J. J. MCL.KOD:
4i l i world.y legrudos the gospel it preaches, and I I E. GR1HISJ

) ( Premier P(>incarp, of France ..denies III I disloyal to the Head of the church PLANT HOARD REGVNATIONS.TO;/ I C. .DLNKIN4. f. MOORE
!
i ,; that ...France Is sec-king/ to acquire and imperils its testimony as a representative GROWERS -OK CERTIFIED T.: J. TbRRY I farm
r e. hiVKCR National
A. ; State Shoe Co
Bay
.v .q
as New Testament
that
""' t the Ruhr, and asserts all soon of pure SWEET POTATO PLANTSAre G. H. PEARCE .

t L\l i'' t the reparations payments are made Christianity.; To meet only when the T.B. I.PADOETT. WMNWRIUHf: 296 BROADWAY j. -

the French troops will be withdrawn. ireachor is present to preach ts aloor t GEO YOUNG NEW YORK N. V. -
to sweet I
'you !going ship potato R. M. TRACY -
r the time he threatens exhibition of loyalty to Jesus '
rc Hut at sumo plants into the states of Mississippi A. M. ULANCHAIID -ti-4t, r .
that the French will 'occupy German Christ and His church. Therefore, asa J. U \KKELL
and South Carolina this season ? If I.OUI3 H. II ILL \
territory until the payments are inado faithful minister of Christ, I urge S. J. FLITCH "'-
want them to arrive at destination
t 1 German newspapers in the occupied; ill to attend the Lord's house next you I-! PURE MEADE
promptly must comply with --
you
y, ( area have been suspended by the onEs day at 11 a. m. the regulations of those states.In A Polk county farmer finds that the What is more economical -
who asserted prejudicial articles W. E. DAUGHERTY, COTTON SEED .
t French, chief trouble with a cheap hired man
+ order to do this it will be necessary ,
( were being published. Preacher. to have:' Is that he is too expensive. and profit-

Hemonstratlons of various kinds are v 1., 'The field inspected prior to digging ('ure( Mende upland long staple '
SOTUK Itf APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDUNDER 'I
being: held throughout Germany dai-, NOTICE TO CITIZENS for indications of the stem wilt HUTION ITS OP TUB ; otton seed grown from field seeded able than a 'want

t ly. Some, are against the Cuno government disease Hereby notice GENERAL ta given STATUTES that A. Z. Adklna.lureluuer seed. 1 grow no other variety ,
and others are against then Notice Is hereby given to the cltl.zens of tan aala eertiltcatr numbe..d of cotton. Price $2.00 ad in this ?
,c ''L All gatherings by of Bradford" county, Fla., that wethe 2. The banks Inspected for indications ........U..ly 102. 101)) 127. 147. 14U, HO. 1M. per paper
't French occupation. ; of M. 15*. 183. 351. 1H1. 202. 224. 228. 200. 2113'leoueoJ lushel of 30 pounds:, at shipping *
of black rot sweet
Germans in the occupied territory undersigned will introduce a bill potatoes. by the tax'eolpetor| for Bradford eoan.y. point. Meade cotton win make What have
? Horldn. Mid certificate being dated you
after the Auunt
3. The beds inspected -
forbidden, but they are being 111 the 1923: session of tho legislature !, .
tt- ; have been 2. 1920. ha* tiled laid nrtlneatn In mr! more than either Sea Island or
M1 held nevertheless, although dispersed of the state of Florida providing fore plants have sprouted. I oIl',ire and haa made application for' tax deed to sell?
to taaue In eeonlane.. with law. The saidertineatea short staple cotton; the length I f4
quickly by French troops. refunding of' all outstanding If no disease is fobnd, the tonow- .. reaneetlvely em b rue. the follow. of the Meade Is \
; staple equal to
4 Inll land In Bradford County. Florida, a.
; Threaten* Downfall of Franc! cWool indebtedness of said county Ing requirements must be fulfilled: Bed at the date of the "1U.n.. of ...h ...- hat of Sea Island and sells for

Hh/o Stinnes, the greatest Industrial presented! by outstanding notes andme.warrant The seed bedded mqst be the same as r rata particularly In tn* let name ....to-wltt.....tI..ly. berelnafr the same price. Has large boll, f

t leader of Germany, believes do- of the board of public was inspected in Lhe'fieldl: and banks Certificate No. forth: tsars alt Nonll..., is
..... early maturing and wilt reistant. *
.
luartar of Iouc.tI. Wee of M Habitual Cormtlpamon cured
point ao a RussoGermany instruction of Bradford county, Fla., by the inspectors of the state plant I '
S.
; velopments rifle, branch Hec. 12. Tp. 6 H. 80 E. \ In 14 to ;21 -
.. AtMeavd C. C. John. DaysFos
if the French continue after the pro-rata portion of Union board. crre.
alliance Certificate No. 108 embrace! South Half of i WITH PEPSIN- Ida lpedaDr-
their present tactics. Stinnes Is of county, Fla., of said Indebtedness is 1. Cull out all bruised and disease ot 4, '":.. 7, Tt>. 7 8.. R. 20 Eaat 40 MM.Mued G. V. Cunningham'AtiRiCULTUIIA prepared Syrup Tonlo-Laxative for Habitua.

i deducted therefrom, and which in- ed I tubers before bedding. "Certificate: L. T.No.Shaw.117 embraced lota 4 and /. Liicsllpalion. It relieves promptly but

To Cure a Cold In One Day ebtednesa of Bradford county, after 2. Disinfect all seed In a solution :re.! !". Tot 7 8.. R SO E.. 120 ac.... AaeeH.i should be taken retfululy for U to 21 dan
LCOLLEGE
.
C. N. Shaw.Certflleate
BROMO QUININE (T..blet.) of for ... (I induce regular action. It Stimulates and
rH LAXATIVE orr ducting Union county' portion of r bichloride mercury ten min.utes. No. 147 .mb. NorthweatuarUr
iiji the(ouuh ami Head* he and wv3u ord* of Southweat Quarter See. II Tp. I. ATHENS GA. '.{emulates. a Very Pleasant to Tall* 0o
r dawtarouaeecnlwa. 2GtI : approximates the sum of Use 1 ounce of bichloride to 8 ; -
i 1rr 3 1".W. C.ROVE" herefrom 8., R. 21 E., 40 eo.... AoeaMd a D. Kelly. I its bottle.
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