Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I BRADFORD COUNTY COMING ] Magnus JDrcssedkip and in Senate Office ] FARMERS OPPORTUNITY; BIG- --- \'ff, ; ,


3| ncwlelfcted M n K H u s Johnson Farmcr-, I PRODUCTION

ROAD SYSTEM: BEING I : Labor Senator from .
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,1 MMDLY( PUSHED TO COMPI.E-: HALLOWE'EN:: ;: i-Aim A I.REXT ; to Minnesota vi'lt Washington came Edit, TEl (ilUI'II'S HONOR ROLL( < MAU'KKI<;; III.Il'HOUl''EH) : t J

I ioN. SUCCESS ,R call <>n the Prc iitcnt. I IN IIlUIJIo'OIW (COUNTY(
-- I $ and leak over his newt :Name' of Those., \\ ho Paid SlIh"uil'-

., heels. of progress\ lire tUrn The Hallowe'en party at tho Wom I d -| riper< ot deli.. 11 at the tioii During October The dairy; null cow Ins to -1': '
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d'i ll.v und almost lit lure wethi $ an's Club house was a great success, j 1 jomi glut- ilaallaei4t be one of the biggest. of income pro- oJ
Bradford County connect- an it afforded barrels of fun and a'' N. N. 'fh"I11I1"'u nol"'I''n, C.M. diieem for many sections, of tho coun- -

v in' the lug Jacksonville- /goodly number of dollars. i' : Phillips.. H. Eastman! W. F. try. The milk cow has literally put .
i Highway will ba completed. The elaborate decorations, under Godwin, Ed J. Lewis, J. :S.\ lirillls, J. Wisconsin! nnd New York state on the ,

t tion, of the grade between the direction of Mrs. K. H.,1': ,t HI- I Frank Thonmn, S. 1.. I'acsrmtl' l.nronzo I mop, fI'n' speak Tludairy industry '.
""I| Lawtey will be completed traded a great deal of attention. The Green l'. 1Pace, 1hI". I. !I has. been :"rending southward for .

k. All of the bridges ore in entire auditorium and / '' i vK. .r Turner, :Mrs. Geo." C. White, W. t.. home time. Sections of the state of ,r''j'

miid, grade is up.I The heavyier rooms were decorated IIdj'lInill/oC'1! .,i Wall, A. L. Sullivan' :MrA.. !M. Petit jk'orgla t ; have become dairy sections ?

this grade, which has und black crepe paper, ,.. I Mrs. J. O.) Luke, ,h Q. Flitch, R.I ''almost oxrlusively.I'hy, ? Tho one 'J;.

ing place with only one short pumpkins, etc. On the stage were I A j< M r) I ). Wells, J. 11. Brown, Edward hums, main reason is that I there is money : 1'.

''.,ir, umo time, can now( enter dressed up pumpkins, ouch wearing a I _: S. J. Cults, L. L. Leach, A'mI. )Darby in milk for tho farmer. Recently several ,

,,r. M on the completed, grade cunning rap i iMri __ __ I\I, I 1)) C. Jones, Dr. A..1. \hams, T. S. creameries have been opened in :
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,nip has already !been moved >. I'aul E. Canova WIIinchnrge: "I Williams, S. R. Johns, :Miss\ Kmma'= I' lns state and, about the nearest otto ,

if Lawtey and the clearing of the ice crvum and 1 cake booth and HEALTH AMI TEMPERANCE: :' I,1.M'ARKK: MERCHANT: EXPAND-:- I'( Johnson, Susie Dell, JV. Padgett, to i Uradford I county i lit the om> or "

i ihbing of the right-of-way is, was liberally 1'lItrnni&cd.unclwi'h: :: PAY OltSERVKIt HY B. II. S. INC; Mrs Catherine 'I""lIn', 1m W. /Pin- ized l in Gainesville. Tho farmers an'J

orward i at a rapid pace. us, coffee und tea were presided over holster, Jr., Miss Kato Livingston' L. this county are .going (In have an opportunity ./.
Softy men and seventeen telll11'1vorking by Mrs Edward Burns, and the! Cain- In compliance with the law that Mr. F. Iv! Stump, one of the live (i. Cooper! Ernest Thornqiiest, J. T. to get into the dairy l Inmi- ..e

in this gang and willri dy booth was in charge of Mrs. 1". C. the public schools should observe a i viilcnwake merchants of our city I llow/e! Frank Stokes, J. II. Andrews, floss" which olTcrs possibilities of -,' ,

grading! north of Ltiwtey next Hoover and Miss Aileen Alvarez: I health nail<1 temperance day on the will open another dry goods\ .store at .J r., W. E. Junes, R. \Wurdell, K.: ,1.Lewis greater prolH.s and a more! steady Income .

The fences have been, set back Madame! Zuru, the fortune teller, last Friday in October, the pupils of. Kustis: on November 4th Mr. :Stump\ \ C. Niles, Mrs. G!. 11. Colson, than from any other source on

.'1))tire length of the rood to the was impersonated by Mrs.\ 1'01l0rdI' the Ii. H. S. gave a splendid program I i is at present operating u chain of !Miss( Klma: (Robinette, M. Z. Sullivan, the, farm. +

i as line at Highland. who told of the present, past and future Friday afternoon. three stores, the new store when J. \H. Howe, J. L. Simmons, 10.: C.Williams \\'" mulct/ 'sin ''Ihnt (the Gaines-

'ii I, ''he section of the road 1 extend- in a mind convincing{ manner j The auditorium was decorated with 'opened will make the fourth. The J. I':. Gri/lls/ Get Cone, \illu creamery: will soon bu In shape/

uth from Starke to Hampton The fish pond, presided over by flags and ferns, and many of the other stores of the chain are located Mts. Annie l>. \Hanks, Oenln Lima so that I they can bundle shipments of
mi I to the county line where con- Mrs. E.1JohnH an,1liss! Hilda !; children appeared in bright hued 1 cos- ''lit New :Smyrna\ Lccsburg and Rock ('0., Miko Marucn, L. I\\. Futeh, ereani from this county. The creumeiy '

t ii,. n ,is made with the hard-surfac- Struth, was the center of nttrnction, tumes. A large crowd of patrons and Starko. 1. L. Stnrling, Oscar Vandevlgvere, has been built with tho hlof/

> id north of Gainesville, the dirt being charmingly decorated with palmetto visitors enjoyed this unusually goodprogram. Cyrus Sistrunk will be in charge of S. M. Johnson. H. J. Starling, J.I C. .',( rving not only their" own county hut l

fl\ ,MIS. Contractor Johns is right leaves! Spanish moss and golden the Rustis: store. A great share of Keene, N. C. Wainwright, Dr.) E. '1". also, the surrounding' / territory.., It. D. (

th. job every minute and the whole rod, nnd above the !booth wits the I Song, Flag of the Free-School. the time of Mr. Stump it. spent in Campbell, R. L. Iliitten, W. II. Smith, Dower and F. J. Puttee, representatives \,

,-i l 'h will lie completed l not later sign! "I5enn's Pool." The children, the managing! of the different stores, Dr. T. D. Gunter, .I"'. T. Norman, 11. nf the! local f.nmers association ''t

i, March 1st, possibly before. ApMmately fished. to their heart's content, always 1 Heading, The Temperance Lnw- going from one to the other, seeing il. WiuKins, ::111'''. I.. J. Pier, Paul I Engel wero sent to Gainesville-, < look into

ISo: men and 40 teams, making u catch of some toy or mm nus-I: :Miss Isabel Fernandez. '( that his. customers are receiving the Mrs. T. F. Mansell, J. J. liigdon, the situation und lvlsabilit}' of the L

iled into two gangs are pushing ing small article, and the !grown pi'o-j Scripture reading-E. ThornqticBt. very best service in every respect. I'M; Iturnsed, A. S. Strickland, Perry farmers in this section taking udvun-, ;

"work additional men are being pie also joined in the fun. Recitation, The Hoy and the Cig The citizens of Starko are wishing NewsomV.'; J. Lmdsey, I II. (;S. Kelly, 'iiiue of the opportunity. They were tI ;

I i .nil nothing is being left unto Prizes: for the best masked personswere ul'ette-Ed :NTeir, Jr. him every success., Operating a number \\". N. La Due, James Reynolds, II. 1 L.llrownlee I in i inference(. wilh Prof. Willoughby, 1 t l

rush the completion of the as follows: I Song, Work for Enforcement where '' of stores as he is. gives him the Hernias LeClair, C. :Sulli-\ of Ihe I state' experiment' station, and

lIul,'. The bridge and concrete eulrl Joe Sistrunk, representing u sheik Are You-Second Grade. I opportunity to buy in larger quantities vnn, Mrs. T. I' Wall, P. A. Crosby, nlso with Mr. Thomas, president of ,t

I i construction work will begin of the desert, received the men's prize Songs, We Drink Milk, :Scrub; the and to /get advantages which he I). 1'. Duncan, 1I1I1'ly'iI1illmM.[ Mrs.' llii' creamery company. They wen t"I ,

< week. A great portion of the .-a pair of silk socks. I Tl'l'lh-Thir 1 grade pupils. : can pass on to his cuhtomers. These \1) I. Rigby, C. L. Gillyard.CRAND \orv rordially, received, and, assured

r' o i,11I1 ill already on the ground Miss Ruby GaineR, drr-icd ii": a Reception of tho Colors-Sixth advantages are milking the] ( :Stump\ luil l the university and creamery officiiils -

I the balance is on the rond here. Puritan, was presented with the la-I grade.: I! stores popular everywhere! they lire ; AND PETI: JURORS would, leiiil( every, iinsistnneo, in r

'. have been set back the entire dies' prize-a box of stationery. I Reading! That Queer Little House located.ARKESTEII. FALL 'IER.M CIRCUIT: l'Ilhlts'The helping) to get the dairy Industry enUMiHhoil i"

Fernandez. __ __ __ __ .
n and right-of way gangs are Marjorie Stump, representing al I Alice in 'Ibis vicinity. ) '
in advan- Mack kitten, was given: the ,children's) Dialogue, The Trial of Tobacco and, : following have been
c 'i-uring' and grubbing AND IN: .1 MI men< called Plans are now in the making for u {
prize, box of candy. Lois Adkins, his ally, King Alcohol-Ten pupils of
i the grading gangs. a to serve as grand rill petit jurors' big meeting of the iiliyon-i' of the

Lateral Roads dressed l as a bird, also, received n burl I I the fifth grade. the Several weeks alto Mr. T. J. Griffin fur tho fall term of circuit court, to county on, November :USIh at he courthouse f' .ti
of for Dairy Boy's Song-Boys of
candy prize.
!-.ending: west of Starke for a dts1 a fourth Seaboard Air Line agent} here, hud eonveno In Starke Monday< the fith in Starke. i.. M. Rhodes! marketing yh. .
number of realistic grade.Vegetable
1. of 10.1 miles what Is known Among costumes 1 taken from his car a splendid, 1 revolver tiny of November, A. D. 1'.1:3.1! :!:!, 10 a.in. commissioner of the state, out aw !.
10 c on were Mrs.' J. W. Morgan, ] Game-Girls of the
:-tarke.l.uke; Butler road the ; and l up to the present time had .: I Inf the best informed men in the whole 4 '
ti.i- pumpkin blossom J.V.. Morgan fourth grade.Temperance.
; | been unable to get any trace of it.'W. J. L. Harrcll Steve T. Starling, 1 R. South on the subjects relating to the
fences are all set and the grading King Tut !Miss Margaret Long little Quiz-Seventh grn<1o. i
; Waimvnght also had. u gun II. Flitch, W. D. IIYIII, H. J. Alderman! farmer and I his markets, O. A. Thomufl -
IPu; "cully, done. A smull gang is school girl Billy Graham and'Ben Pros and Cons of Prohibition-8th
; "V. 1.:. Norman F. i' Flume Jam
taken n f.'w week later without any AIlornsby president of I thu Gainesville
.it work and
v dressing! up patch- Sternberg, little girls In evening! grade. ;I trace being found of the perpetrator Wm. It. llalslop, / I"". C. HolImgHworth creamery, and, other speakers! will boon '
I the grade. About two more dress Mrs. N. Sternberg ballet dancer Song, America, the Beautiful
; of the t. Chief Kite hns been Geo. E.: Andreu, Enoch hand, to talk ,'
lI<: running plllinln,1 answerquestions
v "-i-l.-t of this work will be required, ; D.P. Carpenter, Pierro. :School.; Jrillls, A. I'. II ill, J. I. Ogden. Reuben as
the matter down with the result : on t the subject.The ..
/b" f .,in, the work will be completed. Under, the direction of Mrs. Nellc' Pageant The Spirit of Frances
that he found where had been L. Morgan, T. J. Terry II. (:i.
a gun: of the should
Hii- road is a wonderful improve- the short Willnrd High school pupils, under subject dairy cow
following -
Hughes, thoughdelightful disposed, of, and after further investigation Alderman, .!. W. Dval, Elisba W. ROMHT I .
'i' in ,over the former and a direction of ]Mrs. Geo. C. White. interest' every' man who Is on the ;
opens up was given:
program arrested Curtis Allmnn. It is (I. W. HiiiHon, L. F. Osteen, I E: .!.M.Hazeii .
1 ,action of the county giving east Classical dance-Fenella Snyder, Closing Song, America-School, I fiirm to make a profit llrailford is ,
G. Harold
understood that Altman has confessed Peorce, Shulton II.
especially well located for big tl ii- s
i .11'cess to market for the farmers. Mabel Net and Lois Adkins. n |.
I to taking the guns ami was placed Thompson, MathV'aadin, P. A. Crou- |try, center. Not only d I.> wo have the h
"11 the Ilcilbornn Springs! road, Rending, My Pa Said SoGeorgeInman. CARD OF THANKS f| in the county jail. At the last. term I 1)y, J. P. KoliiiiHon, Fred I E. Chase, II. ,i fertile soil that is practically unsiirI ....

i utlcully all of the clearing and '|'flf court he was charged with breaking '' .1. Sapp, Charles! M. Phillips, George I I I passed l when it conies to the raisingof
i .mobbing! of the right-of-way has Chorus, Anybody Here Seen Jack ? I ComJ., 1:. Norman I D. W. Johnson ""
This is, to express our heartfelt und entering, but wan relented' by the feeds but wo Iliivii tin soil that
'bean completed. Fences hove been Little Girls.Little Annie thanks to the many friends who the judge, sentence not being pronounced J. J. Crosby, Truman Thomas, '1'. A. will raise them with the least. cost.In \. "" red
1 hack for the of the Rending, Orphan
entire lenght Andrews.
came with offers of aid and sympathy in order to give him achunc practically! I I all of the largu cities

mud, and a gang of about 25 men are Lois Adkins. $1)5( ; realized, I) during our recent sad bereuvmcnt. ; ,'. I of the country milk is shipped. from III '
ditches Something over was
now busily engaged in cutting
God bless them for their II hundreds, of md. We have at )
and lateral drains. The engineers from the eToning's\ amusement. May | I II CIRCUIT COURT: :\ml 'I'S1011: : II s right
kindness.J. II I DAY our door ono of the most rapidly,
report that about 35 cent of the As the clock neared the hour of I INMAN: RETURNS: rr
per S. Andrews and family growing: cities in the. South, Jacksonville r
commenced and lasted I
!grade on this road has already been twelve, dancing -
completed.On until the wee, small hours of the ;1 Mr. 0. M. Inman, of Starke who' Next Monday, Cth iiist., the fall I and wo have on the other side ei
morning NOTICEThe has been few term of the circuit court for Urudfurd the big creamery at Gainesville whichis
the Starlte-L'rooker road the | spending a days In Dade
I will As preparing to offer us market for
fences have all been set buck and l the City, Plant City and other points. county convene. no casns
IN: TilE SEED TRADE of u serious, nature urn on thu docket the cream produced., Wo understand! lrtt
HUMOR: for
Hearing and grubbing gang have tax books are now open further South in the State returned
tho is to' bo short.A 'that at present milk it shipped, Into
term expected' (
nhout completed their work of gett the collection of taxes for the yearA. Wednesday morning. Mr. Inman reports -: '",
the of Jacksonville from '
inthe! right-of-way ready for the Ths seed business is not without D. 1923. a high spirit of optimism and l I lint of those summoned. for jury city -

grading. The pila-driving' and humor, as may be judged from a let- You get a discount of 2 per cent If progress prevailing. The farmers I duty appears elsewhere in thin issue I many from them.times the Why,, distance can't the that farmersof we are

bridge received member ofa November. A discount of the hard, work of the Telegraph. .f
gangs have practically finished ter recently by a you pay in through country are at I Hrudford county take advantage
the driving of the necessary pilingfor seed firm in Boston. The letter 1 per cent if you pay in December, making their farms work for them _
of the opportunities right at our
the bridges, the additionl workof read as follows: Very Respectfully, and the spirit of progress! prevails Okaloosa--Our truckers are har- very t v
j doors! ? We can. Them Is. a big market ,
the bridge !gang is being held upa "Having a quarter-acre of groundnot E. W. HAYES I everywhere. Optimism creates won- vesting and shipping snap beans, cucumbers waiting for the milk that we can f

little awaiting a supply of bridge good for anything else, I wish to Tax Collector. ders. squashes and peppers. produce.. Naturally I the row that producoa .
lumber. The big 3000 yard fill at the make an attractive and profitable .
_u __ one or two quarts of milk per 'L
Santa Fe River has just been com- garden. Please send me one dozen ----- -
day will not bring the big returns,
pleted. This Is the largest fill on the strawberry seeds, one bee with hive .
entire stretch and a shovel and wheeler complete, one dozen plum seeds, ten I 'COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADO\VS--" I gallons'It the ]per cow,1"I that. I is will the one product that will

of about 30 yards of grass, one concrete
gang\ men are engagedin square make the. big milk check Thcso arethe
dressing it up. A number of other patch, winding, six wall flowers with .. ''''- -- kind of farmers want
cows our
smaller fills are rapidly approaching six pieces of wall, one safety lawn r: '. /",:" / _
and combined. Send also : 7.t" ':':;:', ''' ::4 and those are tho kind we can have.
completion. This work will be shortly 1, mower plow ; ;;:; Remember the date! and watch for
followed by a truck gang which enough baskets to hold 1 the straw- .p-...,. .' .. ,Jt oI/i'-; //-/J; % ..' ; "' ...ri further announcements.UNION .
will and plum and side and< J'.K.' "
proceed with the work of top berry crops i,. .
dressing the soft with back combs for the honey. Tho eras Ju6'r t4ArtCINGt
sandy ,
spots I ;!'. ;.. ., fro : !-lImn.'r: :METHODIST
''ay' A one foot top dressing of gravel should be green-not the withered / .. ., ? rp' Tts WOOL7t4 CHURCH 'b
is now being placed on the big filllit kind I see in many gardens-and the :l-I';,, "" OUT Ta: PAIIf;

the river. Approximately per I j seeds a flavor unpopular with chick- ,;: ;-..;... ..q-.i' Iii ., 6E'.T1.... QeADYR
o. I'
:< by
1 As n-xt Sunday
-ent of the grading on this road has enR.-Iortieulture. t \"qf .c.l '.rt 5'e ', '
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co I. D I
II World's Tem
been<< -- ..., a tho W. C. T. U. us the
On completed.the lateral road running directly j i i FINE: COWS I., "! _'"L .\ 'G\ .......wEaTNEC_ !/ fl, ,I II p..rllnSlIr"II'y there will bo a splendid 01
.W \ "' I the
; union service at 7:30: p. rn at
west of Lawtey. the fences have -- (jl\\ I
ill been set back the required distan- '' Mr. F. J. Pattee, Secretary of the :! ..( -- .Id[ (' 1'''' -, Methodist. hurch. The various Sunday -
( !
,. ) \ : schools have n part on tho program -
The clearing and grubbing \ Growers Association, and 'll-- =.. t .I
gangs Starke .
"-'iT (i ) flflrr I : ,
: which is
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\l'l' speedily clearing the right-of-way one of the live wide awake farmers \ 11 "- "" 1'1r.' I ffi-r.r-, I'fg liS .
p.--"r Hymn/ by congregation. {
while the bridge at work has just returned froma I [ sung
gangs! are of this county "
Driving the piling and getting the trip to the Griflis Stock Farm, located i. :..,. .,; { .. I n"k I\I I .'.I 1 :: 'f' a Ii Ii.I Scripture readingMrs.. J. W.White. .

bridge, where he !:,', ..... I .e"I 4 ) I' I .
work well in hand. j near Lnmont, Fla., ... : \\,11', 4j" > .
r Wood.
Mm. Arthur
Tho work has just recently been purchased twelve bond! of fine Jer- .\',//." {, I xl'; Iit'I' I \ '' 7h WJ..I'I -; / I "", fI ff/ :.I." 1 I Short Prayer talk- I by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, a
Carted on the Starke-Itaiford road. milk cows. I ..- .
sey ... ,,3 (- ,. who will preside over the meeting\ v
fence gangs are now on this section There Is probably no section of the >, .;.1 '' \ ,...t :; :
.t. : Chrin-
., Exercises: children of Out ,
/4 Ia 11""t by
moving fences back to the edgeof state that can excel this county whenit I ;' : ) 4tuld -", \ p j .11 ; j
W Lion school.
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the right-of-way while the clearing comes to producing milk econom- : ./, ., J- \ I JH'--.i., \ .1 f I tf-: ;; //Y. )Recitation. The Hoy ant tho Ciga
and grubbing gangs are removing ically. Even from the stock that 14 I "' 't 7. t"\\ 'II r. ''i
ga M y retteE l Neir Jr.
trees, stumps and such obstacles permitted l to run the range: and pick l.v/ < w ,
Before I f 1! I' lb-flj Msle| quert.'tfe. ,
woods { ;
long the grading gangs will its own living from the many i :: Reading, The Cause of IjiwlussnenitMrs. yM f'
get started on the road also, no definite fairly good milkers are produced.< & : a+
date having been set for start- There is no question but what good ;;.f' L ; 1.Jt'i: E. M. Jolmn. ?
: \ : '
.; : children of the Hap- -
J'J : Exercises: by
tag .
f grading. stock that will be taken care of can ',171/' \\I J' fJ.. :!- smaller yv y' 7
rt"7 va "- list school end by
> Sunday
With several gangs working on''' be made to produce as big profits for ....., ;" ', ..4. g I' !' / -. -) :)'Ill
the main lateral road field =: ...:: ; UItot.! ,JI' children.Song<
highway: one the farmer as as any crop. \.. ""II/ : .. --ZlA.u. children,', of the Presbyter-
practically completed, and work go- Mr. Pattee is striking the right -' vC 1 \: I v.s/ 'I..lJ J Ii Yh ) y"" __,..... 4.t: by .
.o''' school. .
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ian Sunday
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*fag t rapidly forward four others, for milk production.. .. ;, ; r,8; #
on note In starting / ,". \ ;/ "," ,, ReadingLueili; Mitt'hell. .
making about 75 miles of good road In another article In this issue we ;" r; / -1t.. ...; j--/ r ', I Orchestra. number Offertory. I
under construction and with the surveying have mentioned the matter of possible /, ':: ....- :
/.o ", /" <>> : 7:1Y 4 r -C.4: :11'11" / i Mixed quartette, lAW enforcement.Alphabet ( tc
work, arranging of rlght-of milk markets. /...../ / ,. ;! ;.t.W-W ''';'''' of significant facts concerning ,,f
Way going forward on approximately :, ... .... ;" /; / / .' .1/.7 ;"v,' ;... -'J,;: prohibition-Young people of

80 miles of other roads Bradford i $5.00 REWARDFor ili!: .r. to.-K.' X 2;;' ; ..". n the Methodist Sunday school.
Bounty i I. being surpassed by very1 I of -, "I. ... ..... 'I .
arrest and conviction person .. A j1 d'Iit'LlI Chorus, Duty's Call-High school L t. dpupC.
TOW (if any other counties of th.. state \;' ... ,
.- who have hPP'm, i*""*" -f '" .
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road) "'y tem.development r defacing the Woman' Club building.) I ? "" \ 'l \ ; .g # .., '' Benediction-R T. A. E. Dunh.ira.iirabfnrb .. M

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i 1 IM -- .n ''II... IttID( "Hiti s lt.reu ilk' O to 1 I' luyuruiMI ) >. I RED( CROSS WORK I ;
,'* I. *,0 i'i 1 money If PAZO OINT.'U! I f.in,..
4 ., Over 35,000 cx-servico men and
10 cutr.I.I .Rana: 31et'dmgurPndruhuin < i i I
+' LM I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs .", it'itvt' itchltiit' I'lloa. and yuu t.e, ., their families have received assit-
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ll V aunM *..">.wu>..>.**t>,"...aMn v unni<.i'M*>...umMBtrJMfc.*v.'>.H'iMMW '? *- fcurf niajjj I ance from the American Red Cross in Economy BAKIKO POiVOf
I The Itoll Weevil Problem eight Southern States during tho 1
Live State News Declaring that tho boll wuevil last year it was announced today. Is truly the

t ----.j threaten, the supremacy of America' They are divided as follows: North world's great

L.,.....Miun.tJ.it*.M KMtMunMAvanrtuw, .....<<.. < in the cotton production of the world, Ca1' linnI! ,(j52: South Carolina, 7-
1 t II Edward E. Bartlet, Jr., president of 3r>2; Tennessee, 2.9.12; Georgia 6,813 c est baking
Told by Our Exchanges. tho New York Cotton Exchange, said I Alabama, 14,761 t; Florida, 4,209! ; 0r powdcir.
Louisiana U,4C2; and Mississippi
in statement issued Thur day I
II!! !8aTO!!! !IDC'SIDIDtIDDID1QC1l) I i iLuBclle a
>'t,.......3aQ t 1-1ry17Qf ------ night: i 7J3. t tCr

which i is the county sent An: audience< that tilled the First I I "Tho extermination of the boll I Help given consisted chiefly! of

i of the newly formed. Hcndry[ county, :Methodist church at Hastings, to overflowing weevil' in my opinion, is one of tho for disabled soldiers. adjunting disputed -

already ban it !spacious courthouse, ( Sunday night, witnessed a greatest( problems that America has I claims, caring! for dependents!

and tho regular sessions" were held scene that probably none present had to solve. I believe that with mi appropriation : while claims were' being adjusted, as It has

1 therein recently. The building is a ever before or may never see again. of a few million doll ira well as numerous other services. ,Y f

pnrt) of a big business. blocH which Five white robed Ku Klux Klansmen the I !government might organize, a I I The fifth anniversary of the armistice producedPure

Was under construction when tho marched silently down the aisle, as fight upon the weevil which in two or ,' November 11, which marks the

I county r.'ut was .determined. Tho the evening offering( was being! taken three ,tars: would.l exterminate the ,, of the Annual lied Cross

( } ; } plans were altered so that the part and placed a plain white envelopenear pest. Compared with the entails, tho opening Roll Call, will see practically the num Foods- (!;:!f';:;:- 1

u i, ( of the block to bn used! by the county the preacher's Bible, then turned money which the government has appropriated i I ericul strength of an army division
officials in const nictcd for the use! intended around marched out of the church so far to fight it is infinit- soldiers still in Better
and there is no inconvenience. and! disappeared into the darkness t'Htitnal.. i of disabled government i
I officials
J hospitals, government '
from whence they came. When the While the natural independence! of Ballings !

) envelope was opened. it wan found to the Southron farmer might make him state. .
it: 'f, By actual count the officials of tho contain nine $10 bills, with the following object to the national government' interfering Brigadier General Frank T. limos, + S'flcsfor over r

I white Springs chamber of commerce infcrription written with a in this fight the boll in commenting on the serious problem times
{ checked oft' a list of 500) ) tourists! uuI typewriter and attached to the money weevil it is an undeniable upon fact that if presented" by this army of dis- one third : ; '
I wilts passing over tho Suwnnnce -"To help bear the of the abled men saidVe<1 are still in the oE ,
f expense a human army were to invade< this i si1: a century
R; i River bridge via Lake City for the union revival. From Andrew Jackson ocuntry with the potentiality of inflicting I duration of war as regards this pro Ift7 a t BPO11
,; East Const and Went Const. A record I hlem. We ore particularly interested -
Klan No. RC, Realm of Florida, its economic prosperity ofany ,
i. ti A. A. A. members! showed. upon in the work dealing with these ., &s l
I. ,:,: I, kept by Knights of the Ku Klux Klan a mere modicum of the Liniirc: this BEST BT TEST
2,000 tourists uu- who in hospitals and assisting '-
that approximately : men arc our!
insect. enemy has done in the years I ,3CU J i riJnd'
tog passed through lake City for various the men who have claims that
since it invaded the United States
ri points south. Thursday afternoon Conductor Oscar are difficult! to establish. We need -
across the Mexican border, congress rM
Roberts of the Apnlnchicolu Northern
the Hod, Cross cooperation and assistance -
railroad. shot and. fatally InJured would because it is capable of goinga
d '. ''I A mnn'g body, bnclly decomposed! Sum Jackson, a colored. brake- : war and appropriated millions. of beyond, what the law author
and with a bullet hole through: the man on his train. The shooting occurred dollars< to exterminate or drive out, stop what law Nov. 2.-P. M.:\ Geiger Suffer ;
I matter we are operating
bead. find u wound in the right Hide' !, ut Telogia/ when the brakeman : this human enemy. I II izes m under was a visitor to Waldo< Tuesday fromsunburn* 'v ;'

: u 1 was found! Sunday nfternoon in wa- advanced on the conductor in n I I Mr. Bartlett quotes Lord Derby'sstatement \) P.. C. Ilciberger, of Brooklyn, returned -.
I k in shallow thut "in time Grout Britain : "This work of training men and
ter about two feet deep a threatening manner with a heavy to his home Wednesday, nftei MENTHOLATUM
}i' gravel pit south of Ybor City, whore piece of iron in hut hand. When ordered I I would no longer depend! upon tho endeavoring to bring them hack so spending the past ten diy in Miami. :

r it apparently hud lain for a week or I to stop ho continued to advance 'I United States, for its cotton hut would that they may stand on their own :Mr.\ Heiberficr was a delegate to the I cools and heals

j N more. Both suicide und. murder theories' and, the conductor drew his !gun and get all its supply, from within the feet i IR IIw -ln pirillll, and. in it the state convention of Christian churches. -

+ I were advanced by police. Tho fired., The negro was rushed to Hos- empire" That assertion\ was!! lirst i Ked Cross spirit is inspiring all to .
such condition. that I identification < made in the (JO's of the last century i do their best.! From my observationin
; body was in ford for medical( attention but died on has been C. A. Youngblood: and II. R.: Moorer\ I
Cross i
the work tho Red
will be difficult. when Britain spinners were nearly
tl the way. were transacting business in StarkeSaturday.
,. II ruined by the dearth of American most helpful and valuable, not onlyto visited relatives here a f ,
the federal blockadeof I the disabled men, but to the Vet-
cotton through past week.
1 L Machinery for the new paper making Movement of !grapefruit out of Southern ports It has been levived I erans' I
I ( plant on the southside of the Manatee county to the markets of the from time to time, but attempts in'' measures of relief where needed,and his daughter, Mrs. H. IJ.to!\ )', here visitor to Hampton, vi,

i Ienhurg Fiber Pulp and Taper Co., country continues: in largo quantities that direction have produced no. serious where the veteran is justly entitledto I Thursday.Mrs. Etiirene Grime visited relatives grandparents, Mr.\ an.11. :\
f was being stored in a temporary ware I for this! early season. For the weekending results.. India and Egypt re'' relief.' Hagan.Mrs. .

( homo constructed on the river Merrill-front!' :Saturday:; the carload movement the must important countries from I In addition to the work among veterans Mrs.here M. :Sunday.:Hall; < and Mrs.\ W. T. Wallace C. L. Gilynrd was sf i
d site of the company near the was!' approximately one hundred which Great Britain might: draw an of the war, the organizationhas in Saturday Hampton Thursday..
Steven IIhip 'ur.l. The machinery N and fifty cars, bringing, the total for almost Bulliclcnt supply of cotton; also given ussitance to over la:i- were. Hampton Miss Daisy Moore of Law'ited

r II I!1 valued nt $100,01)0) and officials! of the the reason up to about six hundred. but both arc afflicted with cotton 000 soldiers. of the regular army sick Arthur Moorer\ her parents here WedniMrs. ,'.
returned to his
v 1t 'I company, are here to inspect I the placing i,i cars pest even' more serious> and more to'' in government hospital' home here Tuesday after spendingseveral :M.' Hall was shoppnir'

;, of the machinery. I be dreaded! than the boll weevil; thispest Through this work, thousands of weeks in Jacksonville. ; Hampton Saturday.Mr. .

i An instance of co-operation was is a pink boll worm. ex-service men who have left the ser- J. H. Allen was transacting business l. :\ and :Mrs. Cyril Mot F

I t llr. Edward A. Carthell who encnprd seen recently at Sarasota when a Th farm and Live Stock Record. vice of their country with serious in Starke Saturday. Hampton, are spending a u-h'

from the state! farm ut Itaiford thousand, or more men, women and for October tells. of an Alabama farmer i mental and physical handicaps have Miss Gertie Swinde.1 I, Rosa and. :Mrs.\ Fred Cloversettle.

last May made his way to New York boys gave: one day of service which who by way of observation and been helped back on a selfsupportingbasis Mary Boss, and :<'frs.V.. M.\[ Brown Miss Noalie Youngblod and < '

forged: chuck, and U I eastern state under the name and the erection of a groupof of his cotton. crop this year and madea I a fresh start in life. Sunday evening. I ces in Hampton Sunday CM'HMrs. 1

i of Dr. James W. Bradley, of New exhibit buildings, one of them 40 double profit therefrom. In a four- Mr and Mrs. Ambrose Jones of J. E. Owsley Blanton, '

i York, has again escaped from the au 'by 100 feet and by night it was painted teen-acre field of cotton this farmer i Anniston, Ala., were visiting his I and Charley Owsley and. Ti1'' i Ie !
: received Mon housed 31)0 chickens on eleven acres SIGNS YOU CAJ BELIEVE INIf : Humphrey attended preaching + rvices +
thorities. A telegram and electrically wired and lighted.A brother W. A. Jones, Tuecdoy.! .
1+ a day from the state prison. office told. barbecue dinner was served. leaving three acres for check. The i :your:\ brcnth Ii bad! and) you h.kvo Mrs Lumbaker, of Charleston, S. in Hampton Thursday c ? I
i : with three eleven acres!' produced nearly a bale to spells of swimming in tho head, poorappetite
C. visited her
a t Carthell'a escape i and, general brother C. M\ Hum
i : other prisoners lute Sunday, from the of Jacksonville the acre, the other three produ..dsomewhut constipation n. : no- phrey first of the week.
Corrine Griffin negress of bale account feeling it is a sign your liver is Avoid fie Relieve r
less than a
} ; state road camp No. 22 at Coltondalc wall seriously shot by a stray a torpid. Tho ono really iloncmUblo remedy Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, of Hampton,
Tho escape followed the rental by bullet during a pistol battle between each, and, hardly a bald will be pick- for all disorders in tho liver, stomach visited )Mr.\ and Mrs. D. A. Jones, on '
i one of the prisoners of an automoI Detective Brunnon and an unknown ed from nn eight-acre field on whichno and bowels i is ] !lerbme. I t nets powerfullyon Tuesday.Mr. COLDS r'
of the men were trus chickens ranged. More than a tho liver, CI strengthen digestion! purifies : .
y : bile. All four negro on West Forsyth street.! The and :Mrs. L. Drawdy, of LaCrosse -
I hale to the gathered from bowels ami! restores fine feelingof )
j ties. negro escaped after both ha and the acre was the a I visited! Mr. and Mrs. II. D. BNFLVENZ&SSALARiA .
farmhouse vim and cheerfulnebs.
a five acre tract /ldjoininthe\ May\ first of the week
ollirer hud each fired four shots I encrlt"J' i
fertilized and by
which was heavy : Messrs.[ E.; S. Sibley and B. C. Ows-
took from 10 o'clock in the morning I' which number of chickens I
It on a large
; .I1 Stores rev motored to Starke : '
I All Drug over Monday
and Peter
John Beadnell
; until 8 in the evening Saturday, I I were put. And this in spite of a season afternoon
4 t to try tho case of !Sheriff Wingate, Parker of the schooner Shamrock, the most unfavorable possible for I ViR-I BY TAKING
Mr. l
:I ( ? accused. May were I

ly in Palmetto City court The result with 25,000) pounds of mullet which i I This farmer recommends!' fifty itors to Hampton Thursday.. : NYIRSM i
( I P. M. and J. i {
Geiger P.
was u fine\ of $15 and\( costs. assessed they sold to the Rico Bros. Packing chickens to the acre. While the re- EtiQetti1'J.f I' \\10

1, by the mayor who derided. the sheriff Company They caught 50,000 pounds ,, medy seems' to have proved its worth Friday.transacting business in Starko I Z1 I!:: TONI

was guilty n* charged., of fish but owing to the size of the in his. case it can hardly be recommended I
i bout were utiublo to bring all of themto ( 'I for general adoption. Tho ?enli] I Mrs/ L. G. Sibley of Putnam Hall, I It a Ktliaolt a. ., -I /ntilgora !

t Raymond Lee, 2S, n farmer of the town. I i it. United States Department) of Agri t3 do toV4
Okeechobee section was shot to death culture's Yearbook! for l'2J!' estimates
in a road house seven miles! north of A. :Morris\ chairman of the program tho total acreage in cotton for that Y Q.-
r Miami fallowing! an argument which and publication committee for year nt 33712000. I"ifty fowls to Any que,""' ,.. on etiquette
until the fire and. police field day, of Jack- tem be gladly answered inIMt
i began at n slot machine Up a the acre would call\ for 1,687,100,000
late hour police officers had
locate the Mayer, who Is believed to of the year book. The volume could hardly be hatched out by all\ .
be headed north in a touring cur with will contain a history of both the the incubators and hems in the country -I S.'

and a woman. fire and police deportments from the in But it's worth ,
q !another man many years I Before me I bare a letter from
day Jacksonville received a charter in limited by those who
trying a way a render and though my render's urKUiueut -
n. P. Squire, 70 year. of age/ a as u city.A have the chickens and the cotton la. very pluusiblo\ it I luow-
South Carolina, has appeared both.-Times Union.i.o1a..ay 4>t
native of
a Tho letter reads .
ever, Incorrect. a
at the !state prison farm at Uul- Miami+ 1 dispatch tells of a judgein I

ford and been readmitted to complete Dude county ordering a "drunk" ;; crt, auOAXAfHrPKrt Lttluenxa:; follows :

serving a five year sentence imposed confined in jail, his clothing saturated ,' on'VCniibieuremove( : d.j.rh ]>KAK A. IoWA : Will you kindly nd-

c: 1 on him on Muy 2(5( 1000! for I with liquor and his food steepedin .< i, .is .!."> Qui'lrrII I else through this. paper the corrert, 11

I burglary Squire was committed to booze until cured. \ G"'W/P" > > nn"u*. aui.I position of u gentleman walking '! .

Iv ) jail on the same day he was sentenced with a lady ns regards being between Ii Jf
and served about half of hid term The first carload! of sutsunius to be her and tho curb und bar, i

..; escaping! Nov. 3, 1HIKI: and had remained shipped! out of the state was loaded fiS/Eiidli/ tueru her and others walking on I ':\;
at large since that date Ho nt Cottage Hill a few days ago, the
j I tile \\ulk. I contend the man shouldbe ;"
was 47 years old ou the woman's. left thus keep'nj)
'wntcnce. i of development that has> ever A
+ started in west Florida himself between her aud the nasaer- 11

f' 1 Preliminary plans for a two million by. .'
1 h dollar hotel to be erected at Cocoanut I i Habitual ConntlpatYon Cured I Yours very truly, yr
t I Grove have been prepared. Tho I I in. .14 to 31 Uays Wish A HKAIIH.B, !

hotel will be known us the Seuview I I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a aperiali/; i
the site of'', prepared. :SyrupTonlc-Laxanive: for jbitim': Though It al/6mll. thin assumption
and will he constructed on I Const\ipation. It relieves promptly but tanr* taken Cartful for fIIa- might bo correct It Is not A man
the once famous Peacock Inn at 21 daysto coA4lt1ea. should always walk on the side l nearest *
II should bo taken regularly fur }14 to dowa worn-out 1
south end! of the Buy Shore road.' I Induce. regular/ action. It Stimulates and Mrvoufl M and IIHpleeanese, to the curb whether! ho la with
0 Pleasant toTakj. Glkper one, two or three persons, this rule SPECIAL4The
I I RoiuUtes. Very "
I and 1 WM weak, too, uy1Jw.lap
The lease of the San Juan hotel and battle baa no exception. The orUln of this
its holding! to I. N. Barman and S. Y. I Mrs. Silvie Est.., .! ] rule on >Etiquette, like many others
I both Orlando business! men was I Okla. "Cardul did me ]Just t lota we do not know, !but probably It wee
i Way, .. much that I 1111'v .Uto the possibility of a horses pose or
announced Monday.: The consideration of t9od I
TOOI GREAT those nearest
automobile bumping
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involved" in the ninety-nine year : STRAIN my daughter. Sb o..- the curb that ruled. that man theprotector :

lease was approximately:' $00,000.! ,Ialaed ol a soreness> IB htr aldM 88 well a* provider Telegraph
Hundreds c>f Starke Readers Final and back. SIIe...k HUM should take that pine

At midnight about eighty automobiles 1 Daily Toil, a Burden. i&IeI .. .

estimated to contain 300 men The Isis le uuj vtu.ry if buatn& nEAIi A. LID : If a woman meet a Three Months

drove slowly around' the county jail man at a tea or dunce, may she In- i:

'1 II at PeLnnd, where Charles Joe and I men.The bnrdurk und stooping! of rite him to call at her horn or i

Clara Brown are confined charged workmen, ihould; she wait for him to suarjOTtU
with the murder of Howard Usher, I i Tks woman's, lu-itsehold OInl'l's. ? Whoso place U t It to speak
here Sunday night. None of the cars '. Often wi'uKen the kidney! flrst? FREEWith

stopped. It is reported that Sheriff ( It.ickachtt: headache! iltizlntss. Thank you,
Morris and the DeLund police sent Kidney' trouble. ur.nuiN tro,ibleafrecijrnt -
I :MARTOI D. Pctif. !
a y word to the crowd as it assembled! :y tol.ow. OIfa'S Tnfc ,
.V!' that effort to c-ili/.en.. te I U whit to
outside the city any A St..K.i': yuu
This Is a very technical point
j Every YearlySubscription
c take the prisoners! would be resisted do. 1 and his ooodiitaa was muck Marlon and varies In different part

? to the umost and urged the leaders Ask your neighbor! better. of the I'ultml States. In cwrrnlnlections

1 to quietly disperse. I Mrs. M. Leviton I'heiry S:: Hays- "We have llv4 tMt, near a woman takes to herself. ,
I "I lint! tin attack of lame back: that the rltcbt: to invite gentlemen to call
for :36! and BOW
t Jennings::; year, .
her, while lu other locnlitttn It1s
counties 1 attempted' to upon
32 roast \01"n
1 Florida has sea was l'nll'Jli: .
home in tow*
we have our awn : for the man to ask .
the ciiHtoui i
side and 22 on the west I.ft. 1 1 (nt tiled and l Inn-
the east or(
10 stoop\ I
4 on I I have had to>> work pretty kiM permission.. .nud, the woman to grant
I coast The salt water fishing Industry j (tild. A bin of Donn's Kluii.'y PIUs There 1 la, however, unwritten
it. an
I wun't butt up, >
include scale fish, oysters, clams, rid me of tilt' ailment. I feel Justified at this country
f and it made it hard lit us. law la the code< against a )'ounJlally Get in on This Offer
shrimp, crabs, crawfish or Florida In recommending!: such 'worth> remedy asking a a man to call on the first \
I *>, ,.A lobsters and sponges.! Including! the to others; .' .1 "I. WISH I wiM tell wok meeting. Far better to wait till a

bays and tide rivers we have about Price 6"o.' ut all dRers.In't! women ol Cardui-the medicine 81'<'0nd. or even third meetln and Before it Closes
3,000 miles of shore line. Fishing Is simply ask for a kidney I'onc.lyIl't, that helped give me the stioncth .1 "I should t>" very glad to see )'ou.Ir. .
attractions for tourists l'III"-the thatMrs. anti do w.rle
'one of the great Doha's: Ktduev mmi: to go on my at home
) Drown we are usually
i and this ia afforded by the sea I.ett n bad Fn"u,'.M.lburn a. "
in the IITenllll.
+ cus and thousands of fresh water lakes Co.. trn. ill"fd' >. N Y .... -

t' over the state.

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NOVEMBER! 2, 1921.:

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YOUR BLOOD NEEDS I When Zev Started ii 'lie) 'I'liie; lie's ciiiivalcscing now." -
'Going "
j jt I \\\11. slid the dni'Uey "I'll jest "

t <1 clow,i nit" wait till he's thnni.Vh."

THIS IRON TONIC Away"I Plentj tlf Pep jJ Rub It InFreely .

i I E'S Fopto-Mnngnn: provides! ,
Little .
J'orm I girl ( to In .o nt wedding reooption'ou -
r in just me most ,
Jf ,il-) as. : imilaU'd a form xkv ) don't look nearly go !
\.lu, 'nut irritate, the vt'a1.shutr ; ;, tired as I should have thought. r

i injure the teeth hut = k t .) j jVOC.CTR I Urido--Don't. 1 1. i"\ 'ivoly enriches the bloodnuiati's did you think 1 should look tired ?
tho body. At your Little Girl Well, I heard mother
t l'" hi liiitlid und I tablet] form. I say" you'd been running: after !Mr. PROMPT RELIEF
Tn e.r' (Ir V.,111' rule' Smith for
months r.nd months.
Trial Tablets h, dh, :L, : :, :
th" LuldnaI'pin ,
MimtnniC Liniment I .1.I Lanisheas.
I / I.-.f '
:, ', STlfp'lil, vcu' bhvI -
I I' nl I I',.. I 6.ilr, nr'1u61.. 'i" $, Std. I. < Turning 'l'abln ( ore nuitit.il ". strum-, I l"ir...'M.' with a b
,. t "hm.' Stud I ".1.1"! to 'l ,
\ tow tll'J1lll'ut' iunN. Miibtar.K )leun't, burn +-
,,i..nh. Co.. ((13 warren SI.. .-.. Y. A \ f:: / '
I negro went Ashing lie hookeda .) 7 SIlIlI.tit is rmtile c>f Nuullmut, hml-/ ''

Gude'9sr'pto"'lAa11.gan II I board.big catfish As he which crawled pulled back him Into over the ../P,; hag) oils that |>rnr>trate tho I'. -It\ I i..> the t

bnno! Fur. 71 Must.mi r.iniinrnt
very .viuirw : -
boat he
said '
: "What 6 .. .
I wanna know is din: I. dis.. nilC\uh .- h., 1 K'eii tin "frii'ndin\ ill nt'i'.s.a

I .tishin' or i I" tide (halt niggerin'7" \ -. tall.I.111.; .:>- \. mill rouiruv.V 1
andlleodEnricher : ) < "'.,. it foe 'M:
'. < livrly "
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-I Ciantrononiic; GeographyAre .
'1 P khlum, ,, h' I', .. Ilnnrvewrra.
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Den Russia to the and I'll eGo I"" I'. ." ,,, ,, ..1'' I. '.R,.,
table ,. .
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'Over:" Nov. 2.-Mrs. S. J. | Figi. Ilew.hnlJ ''II __ l"' ,. :,, 1 .,,,.. ,.t

f Clarke, is visiting her son, .--- =:.lIt All right! Sweden my coffee and < BOc .'''.;., <:';" ti"'It I t':,':.'tiu11:,; ..,. .i\ 1 1 1,, ;liq: :n,,. ..
..1'! this week. I 11"1' d J nl: InL4Ig) ihi- I.IM t I Denmark my bill. | Cent.ln.ttlnp: :>- t I 1..11'. 1.." ; I' b '.
Ily and
1.1 I If mm" Btralchlfii .
; 1 .i'' I I. oJ ., Uivnuich"' P'L'C.' ti.'.. '- ,'tu, ,, 1.1.. '' v p, '.'
U /.et tin- ,
.1n 25c USJ.OO
"'tIran" home let out u .
f hose who attended the box .
'' 't I .d' lo"ll t\, ale I.MI. ,::tilM, |ut( the|| \\il-0. ShiilTlu On Uld Tiling ,,; .
it Lontf Bridge( Friday eveMessrs. 1" IVnI'ra's
I L \I '
The I Nr,E ,
Ford taxi .. .
I suddenly to Coatln.Shn
Xoriiinn came u '
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Floyd i 'oO'
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'' bolt in the middle of the um..h. ... "
( i C. Porter Archie Hrown! street. | 115c site ;,. .... '":', ,.. .
. "i. /Ih-yjint Chester Andrews, i, HOW WATER IS PUMPEDIN "What 1 is the mutter?" called the -- r I '-'--- \ ,t,
from the I
Mann und Irma Andrews, A-! i man back seat.
i and :Minnie I J1od es. j "I thought (he young Indy said m n
stop," all-\\'l'r'd the chauffeur.Vcll ;
1 Id'iifroe and family attended .
.Ii:i of Mrs. John Andrews at : RAILROAD STOCK "\ she wasn't speaking to you I iWfj 11. t

,r .tier. I thus she (_ I"1., .., .\.1.\.1, .'. l'..
George Rivers and RayI 7"R
I :' .wn, of Starke. motored here I ( \Vritten for the Tolojrniph by ;:: (lend ul1 it- roinmon stock und none 101)1 little | Lr1Eri1TSOLD [

evening. B. Shearer) since 1H07 on its preferred stock is- Voodoo, )Dot tor-Do you ever hear 4
"; Kelly was u visitor to Lake sues. strange voices and l you can't tell from
Thursday.. The trouble with the railroads with where they come ? i BY DRUG AND! C.F.NFRAI.: STOR'i *
The New ,
the exception of such cites an the lIt.t'nIelhod ;
i I'. Carrol and Casey Atkinson ]Black l'lt.ient-I slit does doctuh.
1-tT, were visiting: friends in Delaware Luckawanna & Western The value of the New Haven railroad I[ slio does.Voodoo \) \ N.-A
,, non Sunday. capitalized at-cost by the late :Samuel : and! equipment ((1I1I!) ( ) was fixed! Doctor-Ah-h-nnd when] j a:_ ttrLSZ istopped.

"Porter motored to Lako But- I Sloan is that their credit has been b > the company at $11)9,3(38,1)!) : ( This do you hear these--er-r-voices?

." ''irday.md I exhausted by excessive issues of liabilities was done by deducting its assets other lilack l'/ltlent-Whl'n 1V a talkln] .show you around ?" ,

,, Mrs. G. \V. Andrews 1119- I the proceeds from which have than the item of road and equipment over the !telephone, doc.Wt'llThllt's T 1 Sliun' : tr---Oh, debt trouble. I

i Uaifurd l Saturday. been misappropriated or diverted to amounting $202,811,51)1! ) from Soft I Pcdiiling Daddy used" ( tn lie Knit" here imco."-Tim t

,1 d Mra. Drew Reddish and the continuation of unwarranted: dividends its total liabilities, listed at par, Fare Betty, what have been dmiin I't ling: :Show\ ( London).
and arc but I little reflected, if amounting to $ t02.2 3,0:17.): you
nf llcilbronn motored here ,
I "
)'es, said the In this ink ? asked mother. --
sirree, Int.utnyer
all in The
additions betterments
at and value of the New Haven railroad !-
to his pawning/ sweetheart "if I had ooh nothing, Mont;" replied. ouri Doing Her lent.I .
improvements I\) fixed
equipment ((11)21)) was
Ray Andrews Livingston money, I'd 1 travel" ,i Betty. "I only put u little witter in it: "Mary, were you entertaining a
,1\ ,on Russ attended II. y, P. U. I Samuel Sloan( of the Delaware by the company at $278.151U: : >6. This. Impulsively slip slipped) her hand to make it weak as I was i-ittng to man in thu kitchen last night?"

,unlay, evening. Lncknwanna mid Western, was one was. done by deducting its assets olh- into his, (hen rising swiftly, she sped) Daddy and there was something 1I I "That's for him to Hay, mum I I
Adkins I i is l improving at this of the honest sturdy pioneers who than tho item of road and equipment into thu house.Aghast wanted to whisper to him." was doing my !bent with the material I II '
I to t this He amounting $2'.HH"vil: \ ( ): ". '
I helped create country. was
he looked, at his hand. In I I could linil. -Liverpool Murcury.Itvul \ y
\. Thomas!' of Crocker passed !born in 1817 and died in 11107) at the from its total liabilities, listed at par his ',
I palm lay a nickel Drawing) doom Tnk!
here Sunday.fichigan age of 00. urinfr,: his;: tenure of office amounting\ to $:>69,9 1O.7M7. I Dentist (proudly Mh"winlwork: )- : (Consideration' l
as president of the Delaware, By t.hilI1elhod, and ill'lltIrlllj.the I
Not. On Hid Line The teeth in this case lire, all from "y uIIKuh. mah Sambo am a perfect l
Lackawanna and Western he market of its liabilities tho
i permitted l price Friendly 01,1, Lady--I want n ticket !I the mouths of fuinou.i literary men. gemmuui, even if w<- all do wit Into a ':
the of vulue of road und v
operation no Sunday Haiti equipment wasmarked
for Floreneo.New || Fair Visitor-Oh, extracts from fA- Vussuh hu
spot now an agin. never ; r
I That road! was. created by him for the up from $1I111a08.0I!>!> | ) in 1010
Auent--Where In till dickensis mous! authors, so to speak hits, where it show"
Miss Wins um of $12,277,000 for which was isued to $:in8r!' !) >5,0 in 1U21, un increase Florence I me ?

1 > the capital stock of thp same of u mere matter of $70,587,010.
-- F. O. L.-Sitting over thr're in the An Easy (
.moss Horrors of t DiHiirinumeiit,
amount fully paid. Its funded debt
The increase in funded debt was corner. I Gunk-Do know why who refused I'irllt..11"1'\. for '
you : (searching/ vainly )e
its I i! only $320,000. $12,277,000 cost.Iinelud'd from $214,32KR83) : : to $301,128,303
to marry you ? his abut l lifter u few hours' leave)-
the purchase and developi
$KtHn,480, [ !) although: there was u decrease Motor broke I Sunk-Why, no -I 1 can't think. "!Jut Kite was 'ci'iwlien, we went (
i ntent of anthracite coal lands in the
i I II in miles of road, and
I.nckawanna and Lucerne counties, : operated' Up-stnge\ Prof-Who were tho three Bunk-That's it. ashore, wasn't she ?"
I only n small increase in equipment.The wine ?
men Second HIIII.II'--"It.11, ,them blokes
i Pennsylvania, estimated in H/O!/ I to
1 actual market price of the Stu.I..mt-Htop. Look and Listen. Advance .. es
lontain I 400,000,000 tons of unmined funded debt issues and the floating Paying nt; WushlngUin. They'vestarted
anthracite coal.] A certain magistrate: had made u Hi'rapping' t tin; Fleet, and begun on i +
I The company, beginning InfIr; I. debt,, deducted from the amount of Dumb Dan AiiinGuldo | ruling s, unfair that. three young im."-!Punch (Londun.) .1lircaiiilfiil t 1i
listed lit would show
"Burnt par' ,
-On. this floor wu have our lawyers entered an immediate iincl
up to date has paid dividends! on its additional millions in t
.f !I I'aewl capital rtnck of from 3 to 20 percent I the many value claimed for road and placed. company restaurant whore all nt our vigorous 'protest. The magistrate i llabil. j 1. 1.1I 41. '
equipment -
per annum beside extra divi-)I by the specious method, of the phone operators) eat. fined. each one! of (hem, $5 for contempt I From New York Sun : f'

dends of from 10 to 7"per) cent, and!1a railroads. in fixing the value of the Dun (hilll--'elf) -Yes, now whereiloi'H of court. I 1'luh--I"K yimr wife play cards 'I

dividend, August,: 20, 1021: of 100 -attic/ \ and Increasing it from time to < the switchboard? I Hardly hud the this been done when for IIIUII'y'r '
older walked, In t Die clrhand .
an lawyer
doubling the up Dub.s! ,
in its stock
)per cent ; .'l!I.' to correspond with pyramidingsecurities my money. .
-- Informal' llureiiu handed tho clerk $10. lit then
same by authority of the present interstate
reflected ]
by physical
Colnmercc Commission.The increases in road and equipment. Agricultural 'hl'r-HulI1 ,"Junes said. "Your honor I wish lo' state Tilt! I'l.OIUDA SANII'AltlUMFlorida 1 w4
company has never had to issue I what dn you know about nitrates ? that I have twice IIH much contempt
These of the millions the v.
are some .
securities( to obtain capital because Sum Jones> -Why, they! ore !t-II for this court an any ,other 1 mini/ in the .
railroads are asking (he public at '
of its reasonable capitalization. largo (09.3( per cent of our population than day rotl.'lif you're (hil.JI. I'g' of ,room" Sanitarium and 1 llosnital l I '" 'I

I It IH the short line from New York ) to guarantee a 0 per cent interest sending! it telegram. Orlando, Fla. Medical surgical: mi- \.. r
(City to Buffalo, und probably the best Knew I IIi. Way
annually through federal] logi
'' Stranger (nt Continental palace' ternity capacity' 100 pa illIls. I F.quipnient : -
built and equipped railroad in tho'i: Islatinn by continuance of the Esch- Wntrh Out far'1'Iti.1)ne) +
world. It emphasizes the fact by its :i|. Cummins act Do you" favor it? i"Si What time is It, Kb I ? gal.es)-"This is'i,,it ttrll', day, is it modern! rent, diet, physiologicaltherapeutics.
ve3'V history that railroads in the United )Mlinrr: -Tucidiiy, Si.tli" nut ?!" Unexcelled" In the! louthj -

States when reasonably and honestly'capitalized I 'i gixh My 'vii'' It cm-l' Iri', Attendant"Yc.t, .- ,ir. Mmll, I 1 j rust 525tf. r

ufOCACTIi F have no credit diflicultion, _
A TO'NIGOroic's --- to,
= and do not lark funds at or all
There In Making- lligtiwayd times to make betterments and, improvements ,( Astclc j tliii< Tonic K>.",",'" I *( McrrKo;via;nnaBiea: ..;..; +w. ualtalhutw" ay rr .

vas the essay which won first and! do not require a Ewrity; and Vitality by Purifying .u. :
f"r, Theodora Poole 13. of Lnn- grossly excessive rates at the expense Enricliinii: the DliHid. When youlci.n THE '

Urea- t. Mich.compete 400,1X10 She) U.receives S. school a cult-gold of the public at largeThe I utri'iiiitlic-nlng.iiivltioratiiiii:, effect see b"xit "' FLORIDA STATE FAIRe :
boiled! railroad exploi-
hardest briiiKs color to the chocks and li
watch and trip to Washington. .w r

teer or to official claim would that not tho have Erie the or thai temerity I j I it improves lilt appetite, you v/ilj theniqiprucinto 524'JACKSONVILLE eV I'moTi 1'-:
New \.ork. New Haven and Hartford Gri''e's. TiiHtelesn its true chill tonic value.Tonic Is olinply I I ,
railroad was the equal of the Lacka-I
To Stop a Cough Quick wanna from any point of view. The |I pleasant trot,! and, Quinir.e children, Mispcndcd In syrup. Si, The : of tho Yearl C "
akeW HAYES' HEALING HONEY a Delaware Lackawannn & 'Western even like it. The MI i Biggest Educational and Entertainment Spectacle

."'"1111 medicine which stops the cough by Is. a monument to Samuel Sloan and'', needi QUININE to Purify It und IRON t tr.nrich t- I
heating the InUumed and irritated tissues. it. I IVstrov M.ilurlul germs n" '
honesty. I An amusement / b olut unr|. Th. are.tecrt RAllln, Program In the Iq
Gulp "fern( by its program 'ly
A Strengthening Invfgo*
box \ !
of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE The Erie: railroad like the oston'Iain v.lledL tree ntlro the ......rv. greatest and tory of ttia. r.I.-rtl\ohIiflto; \ Six day* ofIrltllant hktli
-A.I.VE. for Chest Colds. Head Colds and & !\ (', the New York New )Haven[ aotilt,! ElTenr: most .xolu.'v.) f.atll..... la i h ernia .." .lIte and two thrilling t&50-
'-ri'iip' Is enclosed with every bottle of & Hartford, and the majority of our -.r- I "KI.t.w."" C'I'Y.r' f.mou. faabllo centaato.
J 11 \YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve to und hi. drhia, rider the 4airi II'VI"ll.on.I Three nlanti' .f ....lttrY. Nov.
i.ulii he rubbed on the chest and throat other railroads, is a monument : Roy Bmlth'a Royal' 8o.*oh Hlphland.n'' 10.16.17.indand .
,r children suffering from a Cold, or Croup.I greed and unscrupulousness. in complete tl I'falEY J I Nig M''''' Program .f QORQBOU P1Rtt-.
.. of the public at large, : t
,I hrntinil rffwt of H"ye Heeling llonry in disregard; / Ten other big Valld."II'' and Circus Acta. WOF (
throat cornhlnoii with the heelingetanttt f !1'1.3! )per cent of our population the I
U-1'en. -Trete Salve tbe (
through pure o. and e'i JUCfft'ilcvcLe COMe
n ''i, i emmlir*are. packed In one carton and the How (the Erie Works 1 i"j'M" ; %--.ep. BIJ"MOCT4'TR"Y $22,600 I N AWARDS Writ for Premium List !
'hit .
combined 1 treatment la 3Sr. m The Eric rnilrond aHo owns nnd operates : !
.I"' t ask CYCLES
your druggist for HAYES''H.A.LL.C. railroad from New York '
;U IIONEY.N'ilfirS. City to a Buffalo. It alto ...perale.,11'. The Biggest Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibit ever cen In

!rious rnilrondi to Chicairo and other, Florida, coupled with the great pure-bred livestock show, will enable

I'' points Four hundred, with a and total three of of)1007;this( miles.total l I t I I II the merit of the educational program of th., Fair to reach a heretofore r

I are operated 1 through the. iiwner-h'i' unattained height. ,4
of the capital !stock only of theotn I I

party owning the same. The rest is. Miimmnth Poultry Kxhlblt .t.a.d linear lna.'lrlnq.' ochlblt' of 11011''"' and (11..,.' a w4
operated; through leus('.. Each of tineuropium's the.action. of The Jacksonville' Pauitrv I Club WorN with ovary elub ,In tha out ?
Take it home to linn separate' R
1 s(> operated At jolatlon. repreaented.
; ; the kids. issues of capital stock and bonds outstundinir rz4D -

.t'f'J'- : ; nut included in the Eric's: REDUCED ADMISSIQN PRICES THIS YEARI! 1

1 Have a packet in capitalization) j

... ycur pocket for an The Dec.Erie's 31, capital 1021: was stock$176r9801nt I outstanding : ) -. \ In accordance with the policy c f the new management of the State

ever-rcady: treat.: and its funded debt $222,2111,020.!! ) The Fair Association popular admution will be charged at the main gata w 4''

total of both was therefore WH,077-:I ,-
A delicious confection :
-' and grandstand. '
320, wherea the total of the Delaware
t '' and an aid to Lackavviinnn & Western of the e

"tthe teeth appetite' lame, date was $* .541,700$ or $311- Over Admission To Grounds Admission To Grandstand t a ors

dietllon"t" 135,020 1:\ less than that of the Erie. .e
earnings of the Erie for We may Adults one. Chlldran fu.td.r It)... "'e Main, Seats fAftarnoon. )__........_.._Iia
The gro'S : Look it over (Bonarn' Adml.ey.e aftor 8:00: .P. M. -- : a laaaharo (Aft.rnoonArandatand )-..- ...... -...-. ?9.
the year ending; Dec. 31, 1921 were Think it over, Children/ '. Oa/: -Children .. .._ ',..__'' c ( '). ..... ... o !
$102I8i.Vi07: whereas those of the Head it over, Corn Club Mambora on Corn Club Day. .... ate I..h.r. (Night)_.._... _...,,1 o I

Delaware, Lackawnnna & Western Talk it over, |I 4

were $85,977,515!) : or $I63'>7./ '->2 ies. But we shall] be judged! entirely by REDUCED RATES ON ALL LINES OF TRAVEL! .,
Seated in its tho
less earning capacity
Despite a (our ability to 'II'ut r
Purity Package "' Lackawannu & Westernhas e
s it over. | 1
1 N paid the enormous annual dividends '' FLORIDA STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION
enumerated above because of a 1J

Its honest capitalization, whereas the t Waiting PatientlyA
Erie, due to overcapitalization is continually negro called at the hospital] and P. O. a.. eea JAOKBONVILLI.I PLA. ?

; rtruggling to pay interest on ,said. "I called to see how mah fren' '

I liu' out.,..--'' bonded Indebted _riwn walt ettin' along." A. P. ANTHONY, President. R. M. STRIPLIN, Secre'nrt.. V 4. '
""" --- The company has never paid a divi- ( The nurse Mid "Why, he' getting I *
.-- j at'

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we will always have air, water, LAKE BUTLER

; tally Tecyrav\\! \ | (ire.and, suit, and out of these elo- I I

I .. I i ments the chemists will make food, II II I Hrn. Lake Butler, Nov. 2.Many: of the
-_ _-_- T7
+ : clothing/ shelter and whatever else I I residents of our town attended tho
"I Published weekly and entered as j I I we need. I 1 1I 1I eel association of Free Will Baptists at
4 To chemistry may be called 1I I :Miller Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
second class matter, at the pont : treasure hunting. If the chemist I t li I Jesse Johnson Sr., and Henry 4

h office at Starke, Florida. does not find the treasure he seanhusnr I j I Varnes, two veterans who have been :L

,-=:::-. "' ) he is sure to discover others, I I on the sick list for some time, are I _

.t (; K. a. MATTHEWS, Editor' nnj Owner which may be better yet. His woik,, .' reported to be improving i f eL _

like trigonometry, is fascinating,. I : for the results appear magical. Did interest now centers in tho electionof i
L PUBLISHED EVEKY I.'ruu.\ you know that the body of the tooth. I ", bond trustees' the election to beheld i i
; \ chewing in made from I Nov. 20th. It is rumorwd that I II
M>mc gum I
.. _. I
--- --- --
: j \ stinking petroleum? that some of the I K ffrrc a'rreseI I Ilniford will have two candidates
t. INSCRIPTION RATEr dyes( that make delicate female garments r 1 1'I' Worthington and Providence two

c Year .. .. .. .. .$2.00 so lovely; come from nasty 'I'I' WOIA1Ii1l: =/ A WATER each and possibly three. Lake
the is added DROP. ler announced and
coal tur? or that fragrance I' has only one ,
to the choicest perfumes by a lit COUNTING) : FORD CHICKENS.CHILDREN.' =/ estine none so fur. But-//

tle essence of polecat? Nitric and !'S'l'\I\'IXC' : I Attorney Broome of a
.ulphuric acid] mixed is as non-fx- THE SHAH! KIDNT; CARE. I
I was in the city one day lat week. He :,
plonivo us water but a chemist discovered I
1----1: is investigating the legality of the i
that if you add a little harmless proceedings leading up to the voting I I There Iq n tragedy In the word. A tragedy that a
glycerine to the mixture, it will issues with each marriage license of the bnd'I'ith( a view of annuling | SAVINGS ACCOUNT would have avert I'd.
: w 'r 'become nitroglycerine) the base of "Ten I Rules to Insure Happy Married ,I the election. | Unwise or adventurous speculation or extravagance are
that violent, explosive, dynamite- Life." Here is a sample: |I Cane grinding has commenced and, never a part of the make up of the man who AVES.
The fate of the future of mankind "Keep up the courtship period. Go I Inolit new syrup can now oe bought from I lie has no knowledge nor fear of the word "BROKE"
it in the hands of the chemist. Therecan / ) on the money and 50-;0 on the I our stores. He shuns the pitfalls of speculation. He avoids the

.fI, never be too many of that pro- love. Don't live with relatives. ori i Union county high/ football eleven path of reckless extravagance.We .
fo'sion, for the more numerous th'yare keep boarders Don't be a tinhtwud." will take on the Columbia high sue- use this suggestion! to make nn appeal to yon to save
I t a portion of your nyn'nK'' :>. To a SAVINGS
1. No. 4)5t!) the more discoveries there will -0-- I ond on the local ground '\'ednl'sdIYI ACCOUNT: at this flank, where vour money becomes
r (Membership in National Highway I IJ I bo made, and these will pave the roadto Such rules mean little. Every man afternoon I fin immediate and snhatnntinl 'EAKNIVfJ. POWERS:
/ Association) more inventions in every field of knows that one drop of salt water, 1 Supt.-- Mizelle IH busy arranging to"" I Your i account; is cordially invited.: Make your'i initial
4 : I endeavor.Ve cannot all be prof.sHionlll patiently studied wil! tell you all Education: week. Local speakers will deposit today

I 'I.. J'\ chemists, of course but all I about the Pacific ocean, which is i simply | address the citizens of each community -':
; I,I: IKKASUHE HUNTING I Iit should know the underlying principles a collection of so many drops. I I. and it is hoped that a greater interest [:
of the science. Knowing this, Marriages would last longer if men in public education will result II i
how wo would l discover what we do notSuspect realized that each woman is to all | Mrs. Elizabeth Groover and daughI I '
; c )I Last week's Telegraph told I THE HANK=/ OF) STARK
f'f' I \' tho Brotherhood society, of thin. city now, that each one of us practices women what a drop of salt water is tors, of Jacksonville and Avery Pow- ''
4w hud promised to help the students of chemistry daily from the housewife to the ocean' Study, analyze interest I I I and family, of Macclenny, motored,' I lit- Hunk: of Helpful ServuSl'AKKE. ',

S ) .4 the High School by raising meansfor I when she* mixes her dough to yourself in the woman that the Lord over Sunday to visit J. G. Johnson, FLA.
the farmer when he fertilizes his bus to One is enough I Sr. ;
assigned ,
h procuring some necessary apparatus you. : ,
At for the conducting of physical' and ,) plants, and we would l take more in- 'and, has within her if you will look I I :Mr. and, Mrs Nathan V'arnea are -

t6 ; k '.1 chemical experiments so ai to I teret-t in knowing more about it. It for it, everything that you would find receiving congratulations over the 111'-//
enable students to enter higher insti would throw more intelligence into in to nthousand. rival l of a son.
1 the work of every man and woman. Aunt Maria DeSuc 1)6) ,
tutions of learning. Some probably age years I
h t sneered when reading thin, considering I On the strenght of what we have Democrats counting chickens even eased away Saturday. Oct. 27th. and -
it a useless frill. Hut we consider Mud l of chemistry will be encouraged eggs are laid say I baby a doctor's care. dreu left Friday for Miller.
2 it a step in the right direction, for will in Lake Butler cemetery n
i in our high school, und heartly Ford, running independently M. P. Matheny spent Friday in Ala- Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart i 01.
i \ 4 oven if u young person does! not intend mentioned for take so many farmers from the Re- large number of white citizens, as chua. Paul passed through here .
commend the sociey friends I ; cur. 1 "
colored relatives and
; Jfj to enter a college or university its endeavors and hope it will meet publican party ai to make Democratic well as J. It. Richard It. P. Gainey spent the week-end in Worthington: Friday afternoon
he or she should have Home victory certain. attending. Judge I I Plant City visiting his brother K.: S.
knowll'd'i Miss
A : of physics and chemistry.As with the approval and aid it deser brought Aunt Maria and family from' Geneva Harrell, who h
ge '
Gainey und attending the Mt. Enon
y The needed is also necessary attending school nt LaCro-
I air pervades everything oni! ves. apparatus Brunswick Ga., to Florida when the
in Democrats that Ford's chief association.Mr. the week-end with her
for conducting experiments parent Mr
industrial '1 state was only a territory, they
earth chemistry pervades -
no und Mrs L. A. Brown children I
physics, but we cannot get n good plank wil tell of the wonderful thingsto slaves his when and end Mrs. W. M. Harrell.
life. Without the help of the were on plantation
chemist the physicist would have often foundation in chemistry unless we be done for the South at Muscle I IShollis. the Civil war closed in 18G5.! She hudeight spent Saturday afternoon in the Ellis Clemons and fumil! ,It,
know something about 'physil'lI. for children 38 grandchildren und county seat. Worthington, passed through: h n '.
1 rr worked in vain, us he needed the the two sciences depend upon each Ford would draw farmers from the 41 and five great G. A. Pinholster, of Jacksonville, Saturday enroute to Pine Hill t *.
great grandchildren
former to supply parts that were other in almost every InHtllnce.I'HESUYTERIAN Republican party but he might also Aunt Maria spent Sunday here with relatives. it his father J. E. demons.Mr .
lucking in his useful inventions. In great grandchildren. I L. R. Gainey and M. P.
break up the solid both white I Matheny : R. A. Weeks and little ilnuKh
the ,gasoline engine ,for instance, I tho I Helf and leave Messrs.tCoolidgetonal and wai colored highly people thought/ always by receivingthe spent Wednesday in Gainesville. ter, Murla of Brooker passed thru
physicist would have had no incitement G. B. Matt Shaw
Ir McAdoo wondering what happened. Colson and wife here enroute to Worthington Saturday -
best her declining -
of attention during
f for invention, had the chemint spent Tuesday in Gainesville. .
q' not already<] produced, the explosive "There comes a time in the future years Alvin Clemons went to Jacksonville
1) N.
) Cotton strong. October Mrs A. II. Crews widow of the G. Hayes was a visitor over( to
.f gasoline and the electric spark' to near, prices are Saturday.
i tl' tart the explosion with. When this life has passed away, cotton passed 30 on Wednesday, December late A. H. Crews died at the home of Worthington/ Saturday.
The chemist deals in innumerable When these needy ones will stand went above 29! yesterday. The her nephew, John B. Crews Oct. 24., Mrs. W. M. Harrell and niece, !.11'u

Kubntuncus. For each substance he with me manufacturers would do well to buy and was buried at Elzys Chapel cemetery BRADFORD Marie Raborn were shopping over n

has u symbol instead of a name. In the light of the Judgment Day. their raw supplies now. Cotton will by the side of her husband. A Worthington Springs Tuesdaj.
water ho calls "H2O" meaing two When the angel reads from the bookof be higher-a good thing for the large number of relatives and friends Bradford, Nov. 2.-C. M. Andreu W. H. Harrell was a visitor in this
i life South and the North, as well. attended the funeral. and wife attended services at Harmony I section Monday afternoon.
atoms of hydrogen to one of oxygen;
iron ho culls "Fe," suit "Nad" and My deeds for that great review, -0Investigation Mr. and Mrs. Crews lived for many Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter und, -ton ".
t Lord should speak' and accuseme at Worthington and then moved Livingston Russ Ray Andreu R.
4'o' The symbol for the chemist If our in New York shows I years Grady passed through our burg -n-
on. there to Raiford. After the death other T. Osteen, Mr. Atkinson and W. W. I
Il# himself should\ be "?" for he is ever children underfed undersized. Their route to Oak Grove church Thursday
I wonder what I should do?" need to high ren husband she made her! home with Russ passed through here enroute to morning.
k parents
for knowledge ever' money pay 'I
,i I I inquiring more secrets He Sunday school at 10 a. m. her son, Arthur. She had reached the Harmony Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Blunton, ,nf

prying-into that nature's is, find out what a suhI analyzes Preaching and communion serviceat tals.Landlord's say quite truly "It isn't age of 61 years and was noted for I. Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter, I Surrency, Ga., were guests of Mr. o

i stance is composed of. und he synthvizes 11 o'clock. our business. We are taxed; wages i-r Christian character. Lucile, were shopping in Worthinpr- and Mrs. C. M. Andreu Sunday afternoon ;,
J service of all the of friends and ton .
I Evening union and materials up. She leaves a host I Saturday.S. .
which that he makes a
? i 7s means various others. churches at the Methodist church. many relatives to mourn her death, C. Andreu was in Brooker Saturday Mr.\ and Mrs. S. C. Andreu, motho
y q TW substance from Cordial invitation to the public.T. besides two children Arthur and I attending to business.C. und father attended services at Alt'ler '
t The chemist helps us all; he discovers lint! it ought to be the city's business
J. HEDGES[ Eustis both residing near Raiford; M. Andreu was in Brooker Saturday Sunday.
j \ medicines for the physician decides Minister and it ought to be the businessof two sisters at New River Mrs S. C. afternoon.Mrs. I Carroll Atkinson J. B. and WiKi-t, !
;.' law suits, assists existing trades and the entire white race, to see thatyoung
I. Crews and Mrs. Belle Johns; one E. E. Baxter who has been visiting Russ passed through here enrout!' t
makes bnl'R possibo. The many children fed und have a
9 'L new MOTHERS are brother Ruiford Johns of Luke Butler her dauA'hter.Irs.! C. M. An Miller Sunday.
.S'I had
bright:( chemists that Germany: chance
enabled hl'r. more than anything else, Watch' for symptoms of worms in your The undernourished children of Eu- .
children. These urn the great DeVane-Kaulerson
to rise to might and to onube her to paraxitcH today mean Asiatics rulingin I
destroyers! of child life. If you have rope may Miss Jessie Belle Raulerson the
t I hold out so long in the World War.It reason to think your child has worms act Europe fifty years hence. accomplished daughter ofIr.: and
lit true that the chemists also ref quickly. Give the littlo ono a dose or -
Mrs.: J. C. Raulerson and Mr.' Albert L
f F volutionised win'fart1, which was bad twc White's('ream'rmlru o. Worms The English interfered with child DeVane were united in marriage on $50 PER WEEK
cannot exist where this tune-tried and
M hut they may redeem themselves that by successful remedy is used. It drives out labor and child stunting forbade the Tuesday afternoon at the Christian
inventing such terrible weapons of chidren that they might o'clock. A few friends
and the him of starving church at three
the restores
? worms rosy
r i no nation will dare to go side to war.of We the health to baby cheeks Price 35c. Sold by be small enough for chimney clean and the family witnessed the ceremony -I How Much Would YOU GET?
hear complaint on every .
All Drug Stores ing when they found that they grew performed by Rev. W. T. McGuire
4 exhaustion of natural resources; up too small for the army. pastor of the church.

_nIn -- The happy couple will visit several
the of loaf of I in South Florida and will go "
Germany price a points For a very! small sum we can protect you against hundreds! of accidents.
bread four hundred and forty Lakeland to make their future
I :=-C:_.... jumps to
million marks in a day. That numberof home. Their many friends here and 21 persons are accidently injured! every! minute.!

marks would have been one hundred elsewhere wish them all happiness
We have the fit
just policy to you and protect! you and your family
and ten million dollars before through life.

r the war. No telling what will happen
to when their as COWS AND CENSUSA :
men money !goes
i S Truck Ch.wigeJ70 iS ; crazy as that. J. R. Davis & CompanyESTABLISHED

-0- committee of citizens is busy
! .... Even Nature seems to be fighting circulating a petition for the coun 1886
h 1 1 Ilur' ti against miserable men. In South Africa cil's consideration, to get the cows
,i I li 1111111 .n, 1 a deadly drought and scorching out of town. In conjunction therewith STARKE,- FLORIDA.Announcement.

." ill wind storms have dried up the water they are taking n census' of the pop-

It. supply while locusts in swarms are ulation of Starke. If it be found to ,

\ destroying green plants. It Is feared reach the 1200 mark an ordinance,

that all cattle will die. can be- passed prohibiting) owners
I : -- from letting their cattle have the .

I War disease earthquakes money freedom of the town. The outcomeof

II I I panics' droughts' tidal waves, and the movement will be interesting.At .

worst of all, human beings and nations present cattle are required by
4. :, intent only on robbing and killing ordinance to be kept off the streets !

each other. from sunset to sunrise. The attitude

I Certain philosophers have thought: taken by many of the cattle owners

1 I ll that among planets there might be In violating this ordinance by turning
I 'I i Ild li lll j11111, some very sick, as there are sick individuals their cattle on the streets' at night or

I I among human beings.: This making no effort to pen them as required
must be one of the sickest planets. has brought about an almost
run 6044 bode tvpc. td<*l fwr ptcfcri.plumber.nd of her*taudltng heaiy m -
1 j. Body."....,.IIMel rutty"fMulltiM Tftjuirotwttt c.q b*'''rphJ.I universal demand by citizens to prohibit Beginning November t 1st, Gasoline and ,
cattle from the streets at all
and the Turks have signed
The Poles
t A dividend-payinp bunoai autoIt cut... iw load day IB ud day our
fide ||M Ford On.*Too Truck.tat withaminimuraoiaiMntioa.& Iaesa.k I a treaty of "perpetual peace" and times. Oil will be sold by us at the following ,t

\ e and_ 'foe icxli through ,....ol noi handling atiapia. it lot .... in Ih.t the document was probably signed on
k I liable ..", ic. in dwtmficd line luniMdaraMaboutloadmdixki.wai, both aides without a smile. I DROOKER Prices:
t boas and coimruuion locution, j It's a good treaty for the present' ek'
,f. Powmd by t UM famous Ford Mod 1 l lT however, for with Russia getting to Brooker, Nov. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. H.
t engine through ilia Ford planetary Giving, rapid,citpenJ..hI.l hauling ....- ,
be stronger and wanting Poland on E. Thomas were visitors to on Gas 20c gallon
mnamiatum and special; Ford worm vie* at !low initial coot and at the one side, the Dardanelles and the door Tuesday. per

h d I 1 Ear, it bring to the buiincaa nun far lowest pouibl espenae {lot oprranonhi into the Mediterranean on another, Royce Gainey spent' Tuesday in Oil 20c ')
I delivery ..."ice the abundant and upkeep,I it paye the hiiocM" divid-, Poles and Turks will hang together Gainesville.T. per quart
;: power, rehab! operation, and real I coda on the invemmenl ol any .
.I in'' or take their chances separately.The J. Dukes of Five Mile, spent

.t y Ih economy. Ford lot product which ie ::-,:::tv..ar-,., :=.:'row': motor t trdnaporutionequipment available Shah of-0--Persia, invited to attend matters.Thursday here attending to business We wish also to announce that our Garage

Sa :t I j doable everywhere. to the buimeH world. the Derby said "No I know one Mr. and Mrs. ]H. S. Hazen spent will be open to serve you on Sundayas

; ANDREWS WAINWR1GHT horse can run faster than another andI last week here with relatives while
1 don't care which it is." en route to Madison their home.I. well as each week day.Fireproof .
Authorized Dealer A hundred thousand who feel differently W. Pinholster was seriously injured -
attended the race between an Tuesday when a limb struck hit

American horse and the British Derby eye glasses, breaking them and cut-
-1 -- winner last week. Many very likely ting one of his eyeballs open.

laid their first bet on a horse race \\'. M. Moody, of LaCrosse, spent
i because of excellent advertising the Tuesday here attending to business.
I international contest had. Miss Ruby Mae Poppell spent Wednesday GarageSTARKE

It If you failed to nee the race comfort at Starke.
yourself with this thought: An Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cook spent last .;
automobile can be bought for less Thursday in Starke attending to bus FLA.

CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS than $500 that could run both those iness.
horses and half dozen others to Mrs. S. M. Mott went to Hague
:I a .
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= Miss Ethel Griffin left Wednesday 1 HALLOWE'EN: PRANKS GUAHAM! (Friday afternoon.Mfsdamei ..1
afternoon r
for Jacksonville! where : Lando Maines, Will Birt

she was bridesmaid in tho GrilTln- Thursday morning when our citi- Graham Nov. 2.-,!Messrs. I. L. anti I Andrew Sparks and balsa Marcia f i iI

I Bits of Local ( Alexander wedding, which was /Inl''ent zens went out to take stock of the I Marvin Ogden and Grandma, Saxon Turner of Mounteoeha attended the

of yesterday. results of the pranks of Hallowe'en ,I.were visitors to Waldo Monday.L. I I Woodmen Circle hero Friday.Irvin .

Information celebrants the night.before, they dis-I G. Harry was attending to business Dyal spent Saturday In Wat.l .
:Mr. and :Mrs. W. K. Wilder of Lake covered plenty of evidence of indus in Starke :Monday. I do on business.

I Wales announce the birth of a son on try worthy of u better cause. Cherry J. Cail is seriously ill at this writ Sheriff Kpperson: and Deputy ItiilaI -

Concerning Our People Business the 24th of October. Before her marriage Walnut and Ninth streets were ing. His many friends wish him u I I den of Starke, were visitors here onI
i'U' ana ( :Mm. Wilder was :Miss Gladys barricaded in many places. Sonic' speedy recovery. I Wednesday.I .
I Progress in the County and Town. 01lrs. Prescott i signs hud been carried and sundry I| I I
iI I iI away 1 Truman Dyal, of 7\ff\ was a visitor L. G. Barry und Uuwey Murrhcui \!
1 J .!! I I II I I other tricks played. Among the here Wednesday.", i motored to Il.imptnn Saturday.

:Irs[ I. J. Phillips designer and'! latter was'" that of some unsolicited ,, :Mrs. I D. J. Byrd is home after several There will be a Hallowe'en party
___ ___ _
m I I fancy dress maker, will alter and remodel attention to every Ford, car found weeks stay with relatives at hero Saturday night, Nov. :3. Admission '

S. A. Bryan spent Tuesday in Seed rye at Kickliter's. old 1 hats and dresses. Locatedin 8t.nn.lingliong the streets. The Tampa and Plant City. 10 tents. There will be a pro- '

,ovine shopping. i !lulls Store. 10-20-tt "choko wire" was pulled out aa far :Miss Lois. :Moody of Starke, is visiting tram and plenty of refreshments. $

Mrs. T. J. I us it would come, then bent down to friends here thin week. i L G.; Hurry and prances !Murrhce

Before buying Tires see Smithfor 'I Jacksonville.: Griffin spent Tuesday in Tho Law Bible class of tho Baptist<' hold it in position. Thoso who had I Dr. Parkx, of Starke, was n busi- were! visitors to Waldo! Saturday af- t
self' starters wondered what in tarna
IWS.'i..ltor here Thursday. tornoon
prices. church will hold its regular business '
and social afternoon tion was tho matter, until, by trying I Jesse Ogden and siMcr !Mattie, :Mrs C. L. liilynrd. was: shopping In I "1: '
Oscar meeting Tuusdny :
P :SI. Barefoot spent' Snturday in lUinesvillu Andreu spent :Monday[ in 3:30: Nov. Cth. Place! of meeti cranking they found! out. I were visitor to the County seat on Hampton Thursday.f .:'11
attending to business. have'
i ity transacting business. I As usual two gangs seemed to
it :
i r ing will be announced "
.- --- .I been at work. Tho pranks mentioned j -

Mi E. L. Biggs spent Saturday Tolfnir Long leaves today for Chi- were evidently played by young-i ..1itf -
Mr. and :Mrs. Wilson of
cngo. Norman wished to do no harm only
liu-ksonville." Tampa spent a few days the past to have some fun, as well as the sport (,, B'1 roofing
week with Chief' Kite and family. :Mr.
..f harassing tho night police. The
', : and Mrs. D. E. Knight motor- James Shepard, of Ocala, spent
and !Mrs. Norman returned to Tampa boys had! n sense of humor which was I .
Sunday here with
io Gainesville Sunday and spent fan\. ly. ,.
Thursday morning. of
evidenced! by the incongruous way wiselu'c
I placing the signs they removed. But I
and chickens wanted at Kick- Mr. Christy of the U. of F., Gainesville -
?* Intcrlneh.n,1 there another that aimedat v
here :Mrs. J. :M. Jones, of was gnn.T: .
spent Sunday with friends.
who had been visiting Mrs Emma HI- expense and even injury to their

chard, returned to her home Thurs victims. Among their known. perpe \
1rW., Middleton: Thurs- :III''. and Mrs. E. R. NVIT and children '
i spent day. Mrs. Jones lived in Stnrke 171 trations was that of strewing half apound
in Jacksonville with relatives. spent Saturday in Jacksonville. years ago and, the love for her fur-1. I or big tacks across Call street 11

mer home is still fresh.W. I near the (courthouse with the evident ,
(, C. White state bank exnmin- J. :M. Mitchell was a visitor to intention of ruining! automobile tires .

jioiit Sunday here with his wife. Lake City last Monday. I I On Fronttieel, a ITCMS, tie, with .qA I46tili 'J
A. Stern moved! his family andhousehold I F I
sharp corners had been placed atrosathe
1 to the house owned ..
Mr and Mrs O. L. Beasley spent Before buying Tires! see Smith goods street, !Being of the same color
by :Mrs. Lizzie Johns located! South
.1 i ,day in Waldo with relatives. for prices. at as the Hiiiul, and the street being unlighted I E.arcs i ..
and! Walnut streets, on November 1st. < *
the obstruction could not bu (O
J'efore: buying Tires see Smit Judge R. A. Green spent :Monday This will be a great convenience for : Sl'on.l1I.i it endangered life and lunlm MOIING '
:Mr. Stern the in .
as i\hich
property I -
for prices. in Lake Butler with relatives.J. as well n*! cars. rI'
I he has moved is just across! the streetfrom r:
-- I Ilie Such instances are so infrequenthere a large temporary structure
I II his garage and, tilling station. __
i J. C. Adkins of Gainesville' M. Alvarez will give you a pair till they" cause all the more reirgretM. FOR
it Sunday with Col. A. Z. Adkins of Indies' shoes Saturday.J. will now be ublo to give even bl'tI I The perpetrators! last alluded five or ten-year roofing. ,
ter service to his patrons than -
., d family. to are probably tho sumo as those
S. Griner, of Melrose was in !) I II who deface public buildings and, write For n large permanent building- :.

\Miss Kate Struth went to Plant town !Monday. 'I obscene words, on the nidewuks used eras
: the heaviest roofing .
Mr. S. E. I Rich, who during the the school children. But will
by they t
Saturday to visit her sister, Sirs. acUf LNGr
summer months has been one of the
"'d Johnston. Wanted all varieties at J. he found l out sooner or later and will
pecans ,
orchestra of the Demorest'
members small building .
Jo', Kickliter's. regret/ their actions after being! placed For a temporary
Stock Company, and Mr. Demorest
the reform school
Mr. N. D. Wainwright spent Fri- have returned to Starke to spend the in or pentitoii- inexpensive light roofing.

i.;<\ in Jacksonville with her daugh- Louis II. Hill, of Lawtey, had business winter. The route of the company tiary.

'-r.. Mrs. D. T. Clark. in Starke Tuesday. carried them through North Carolina For small permanent buildingthe -
TENNKSSIK; ;.; ;:;:; : :.MANIWIKS: ; n
Virginia, Maryland and West
Ras Brinson and Orville Grins, of Syrup cans and barrels at Kickll- Virginia. After closing the season I 't---TTflh best light rooting. .
th, University of Florida, spent the ter's. in West Virginia they motored' :Mr. \\'. N. Johnson, wife and I two

,"k-cnd with homefolks. through to the city. children,! arrived last Saturday from Carey Ready Roofings give you the M
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent I Hartford, Tenn., their former home,
Monday in Gainesville with Col. and to occupy their new home in Starke. ideal roofings for all these requirements -
Mrs. G. W. Roberts, Mrs. Erne Mi- ;\1
!Mrs J. C. Adkins. E'fJlOlIlSl'I I Last Spring Mr. Johnson purchasedabout resistant to wind
ner and Earl Roberts, of Lawtey, motored -- sun
four acres of the Innum Park
here Saturday to visit relatives.! Work at the Methodist Church is
Miss Thea Fields of Jacksonville,, property and built among the groveof ice, storms snow, gas, fumes
moving along with renewed interest.
spent the week-end with) her sister,, trees a splendid five room bunga lowest
I and smoke at
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., and Mrs. Mrs G. C. Collins. The newly organized Epworth League low. About the fifth of July he returned -

E L. Biggs spent Friday in Lawteyat held a good meeting Sunday to his> home in Hartford to get cost per year of service.
the home of their father, E. J. evening( and the Sunday School has his business affairs arranged there
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins had as
a guest first of the week, Mr. O. Ous- organized a teacher's training class, for the move to Starke. The entire Tell us your building specifications, :
Mr. S. S. Dowling as teachef.For trip was made by automobile.Mr. .
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and son, N. T. Jr., I tcrhout. the past two Sundays the pa14- .. Johnson's! property is practically and let us show you the ti&h t Carey I
have returned home after tor has been absent and the pulpitwas
spending a nil set out to fruit trees,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Collins and lit- young Ready Roofing for your purpose.
week in Atlanta. filled by Mrs. Arthur Wood who peaches etc.
aatKiimutt persimmons

tle daughter/ Jean, spent Saturday in
in an earnest and beautiful manner
and he advises us that he m Olll'tinlt -
. :Margaret and Jimmie Adkins, of Jacksonville.Miss explained the word of God t<. an attentive to' greatly beautify tho grounds. "A Roof for Every Building"? 4.

, Gainesville, spent the week-end with congregation. He was, formerly engaged in the K
' their cousins, Hazel and Lois Adkins. : Estelle Goss, of Gainesville,, Preaching next Sunday at 11:00: by mercantile business and IK also a (lhu- (-f
is the guest this week of Mrs. A. L. the pastor Rev. L. B. Simpson andn tographer./ While not having made

i Mrs. P. M. Barefoot und daughters, Alvarez the evening at 7:30. up his mind just yet as to what particular -

, Inez and Juanita, and Mrs. T. J. Epworth [League Sunday evening lines> he will follow he i.s expecting .
If want to be entertained hear y.cw
]Hedges, spent' Friday shopping in you at fi:15.: ;; to put in winter trucking 1
"Tho who will be
Georgia Cyclone"
1 Gainesville.Mrs. / Prayer ml..tinltV'dn'sday evening crops and have the entire property,
here in November.J .
early at 7:30.: under cultivation. Mr. Johnson' inIniid

Ralph Rhodes and little son, fences "I was glad when they said unto in his praise of the climate and Gs ..
J \ Alvarez has had the
who have been visiting her parents, me, let us go into the house of God." the Stnrke section and has propertythat

!Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, returnedto rebuilt around Jefferson his primises streets.corner tan easily be inmle!, into. ono of. <:
Walnut and
their home in Tallahassee Saturday BAPTIST! CHITIICII :NIGHT the most beautiful around\ I the ity. 'Is

The Telegraph joint with the |ieo- Consumers Lumber Company
Beans, Squash, cucumbers and The devotional and social night in Pie o fthis community in welcomingMr. I
Strawberry plants are shipped from Johnson. and family to our midst
Mrs. Harriet Brown, of Washington the Baptist church Wednesday night
D. C., will spend the week-end Sturke daily. was all that was expel'ted.lnd then and wish him every success in his un STARKE. FLORIDA ,,

at the home of her cousin Dr. E. L.Biggs. some. The church and Bible school dertakings.airitcii. 4 N hM4
Col. and !Mrs. A. S. Crews spent
well filled with
room were eager worshippers -
several days of last week in Madison when the bell announced! the OK nimsr NOTES; -
Mr.! and Mrs.! J. H. Kelly.
Mr.: and Mrs. G. W. Mozo and son visiting time to begin. The singing the prayers I

George, Don, David and Walter of I and the talk by the pastor all "Lack of unity, then among the .
Jacksonville motored here Sundayand Read the advertisements and tell contributed I towards! making probably churches themselves, which possess in 11

were guests of Mrs. Mozo's the merchants you appreciate their the best midweek meeting ever held common this gospel of unity must always Confidence

mother Mrs. C. W. Liddon. I+ efforts in leting you know what they in the church. be a terrific handicap to their 1 .

have.T. The social that followed was shared .bearing the most convincing! witness I 'I
Prof. Ford Prescott, of the Univer- I in by more than three hundred to the world. They ,declare to the 1 .+

sity of Florida, spent Sunday hereon J. Griffin and William II. StruthSr. people. Over two hundred and fifty world that there N one God who Is '1 he confidence of She community in u iiiink IM its
account of the severe illness of ., attended a business meeting of partook of refreshments after which the Father of all, one Lord and Sa t.

his mother Mrs. L. C. Prescott.Lee the Seaboard officials at Waldo Sat the children enjoyed games on the viour in whom his will for human life jtrculcM. element of Hlreiiiflh.'
urday. church lawn. The decorations both has been revealed, one Spirit that is

Hoffman and son, Lewis and, outside and inside the church, made calling u.s to that way of 8al vu Uun. The strength of our Imnk is evidenced by I lie confidence

daughter, Miss Josie of Jacksonville Mrs.\ Alma :McMillan: and J. L. Jennings a very attractive appearance j:1cko'lanterns : Hut how can they expect to persuadethe
came Saturday to visit Mrs. Kate Da- of Jacksonville, were guests! moss and greens arrangedin world at large of the truth of of its large number of depositors among whom i'are
,' an artistic manner gave charm to the churches
18. their gospel unless
of Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lager-
Sunday the affair. John Powell, Herschell themselves which together hold! it, nome of (the bi'Ht people of the county

Mrs. L. C. Cashatt and childrenand gren. Crosby Isabel Bullen and Mrs. J. T. can in their relations to one anotherexpress
Quigley formed, the efficient committee the meaning and reality of
Mrs. !
Cashatt Sr., left Friday for Tom Limbaugh who is attending
their old home in Ohio where they on decorations. The refreshmentswere that Ideal ? Lack of unity on our own Our director
the University at Gainesville spentthe served under the direction of are composed of I the bent men of the
the truth of the
will make their future home. week-end with his parents, Mr. part imperils very
Mrs. Milton Brownlee and Oscar An- gospel) that we proclaim." ountry.. who actually dirl'rt'hE' ii sirs of the bank-
and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.Rev. f
dreu assisted by Mrs.! Ada Darby, Fatloral .
Dr. E. W. will We clip the above from the I
bo Frazee optometrist )Mrs. A. E. Wall, Mrs. DeWitt C. Council Church Bulletin, which men who have made a success of their own affairs and i '
in Starke November 1st, 2nd and L. B. Simpson and family returned -
Jones and Mrs. J. F. Kicklitcr. out how the federal council I
3 rd. lIe will be found at the office of Monday from Winn, where he The next conference and social night pointed also are capable of handling the affair of the bank on a -afe wf.
Dr. stands, on the unity question
W. B. where those troubled -
weeks meet-
conducted a two camp will be the fifth Wednesday in Jan-
with faulty vision consult how the divided condition of the religious cad Hound ban'Is.
with may ing. uary, and already plans are being world imperils tho truth of

cc t considered for an evening of social the gospel that we proclaim.In 1
' Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., Mrs. E. L. fellowship that will equal that of last [ John 17:20-21( Christ prayed for
{ I Biggs and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Wednesday night.ASSOCIATION. unity and designated the kind he do- Our hank in examined. al frequent interval by capable 4

him.'t Thursday In Moore, and were guests sired-the unity subsisting betweenthe auditors sent out by the Mate who com without our S" w.
of Mrs. J. T. MEETINGThe : Father and himself lie does not

1 F pray for a similar unity to that sub foreknowledge. We are also required to make and publish i
ForgetWml I Mr. and M.s. Edward Burns Mr. fifty-second annual meeting of sisting between the Father and the

and Mrs. J. L. Peek and children .returned the New River Baptist Associationwas Son, but for that very unity itself sworn statements of the condition of thin bank at r

home Saturday after spend- held on Tuesday and Wednesday enlarged: and extended so as to be- regular interval The rail for thin statement come to
I ing several weeks at Kingsley lake.A of this week. The sessions were held come a triple instead of a dual unity I .

i iI In the Vanderbilt Baptist church and by the comprehnsion of all or them .fl bailed on certain dates without our having a know), I

I car load of cattle was sent from were filled with Interest. The representatives also which shall believe on me thru I ,
Watches i here Tuesday to Plant City for Sam of the churches turned! out their word. Thus we see that xxx: edge of when It In coming, hence we are unable to "fix" S

t Rosenberg.! Theo Tison bought the In large numbers, and It was the world may be converted. Thus we for these period, even if we were dinpoMed to do ..u. In .
i Community : animals from different owners. unanimous verdict that the best association see that without this unity for which

was the last. Jesus prayed the world. will never be addition to .thin we are required by law to carry a certain I IIK'r .

Silverware i The W. T. Weeks chapter U. D. C., Dra. I. W. Mitchell and C. M. Brit- converted to Jesus Christ-will nev-

'. Men Watches will meet next Wednesday afternoon tain from Jacksonville were presentand er believe that God lent Him. Thuswe cent of our deposits in cash reserve in order to take I II I .%

i at 3:30: with Mrs. A. M. Darby. An- delivered splendid addre es. see the sin of division is the most care of any emergency that might arise s : .'r
Fine Stationery nual election of officers will be held. Forty-five million dollars have been gigantic sin of Christendom.

f The presidents requests each officerin raised by the Baptists of the South Bible school next f.<,rd' day at 10a.

Chime Clocks the chapter to read a written report during the punt three yearn., the m.
of the past year's work. All greatest achievement on the part of Sermon at 11 a. m., subject, "Why Depoiiit your money with' tm where it in at smite an w

members urged to be present.Ta any religious body of people in the I Celebrate the Lord's Day." the Rock of Gibraltar.Bradford .
AT- = e I I history of Christianity; and the There will be no preaching Sunday I
Ta_Mt b..MMW..(!.tha..*..a. .aw..a... ...rIe....It. churches of Starke and vicinity have night owing to the union temperance I

MMt e atei. tanicuhartta .. -.-. .sera had a share in this glorious accom- meeting at the :Methodist church, to ,
,roa.ru.a.Tutt's plishment.Mrs.. which everybody In invited.

MINER'SSTARKE : H. C. Pe lman, state secretary W. E. DAUGUGh IF.ERT County Bank :
Pills of the woman's missionary work toM I I Minister. I I

I of her trip to Stockholm and the -
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J::.. ings. Hampton Saturday. .

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-- '(UAPE; MEN WILL VISIT PLANT:' birds or game in his possession for ed or flee to escape the vengeance of
CITY more than five days after the close tho luw they have outraged. The ASPIRINSay

j With The Brad- of the season, or any party of threeor time has come to say whether virtue

iP1L The eighth meeting of the Florida more camping or hunting together or vice shall rule. We must either
who shall kill or have in their possession surrender! to the bootlegger or put
:!Crape !growers will be held at Plant than two deer five them out of business. And "Bayer" and Insist
or we are
Farmers City, December 15, lt'23' beginning at | I
I ford time during not going to surrender Let's
I turkeys at one or one marshal
Iti1tc i 10 a. m. Growers; in great numbers ,
hunting or camping trip, shall be tho forces of law and order and
from all parts of the state are expected -
: ; : u to attend, according to E. L. I .deemed guilty of a misdemeanor! and go to it. I
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upon conviction shall be fined! not ,
EXTRACTS: FROM UKPOKTS Ort'Ol'NTY ) (he heaviest ,crop in winter should not Zimmerman, secretary of the less than $20 nor more than $500, or IN MKMOKIAMMrs. : 1 i
lie closely\ pruned( until after the main tion.
AOKNT:'\! ) astlOCia-\\ imprisoned for not more than six
: i ,rup' ha* 'been removed, unless it I is Air. Zimmerman, himself an months. I

!'p "remove" ) Iornl.ell, l branches. It is a ienced Florida !grape grower \ Rhoda Jennings wits born in I
,1uft'erllOnPecan growcro* are heI m-ncial rule] that a tree goes into its prime mover in the forming of their I Killing more than two deer or more ;May, I8l :3, and was born again: I
t number of birds in
A:: I ginning) to harvest nuts; yield this dormant stage soon after bearing its association, says: than gamo "born of water and of the Spirit," according -
who takes
is considered very satisfactory fruit. "The experience) in /grape growingin one season-Any person or to Christ's decree (John 3:3-:

iind your the quality i iK jrond. Of course one may !go further in Florida during .the past ten years kill more than two deer, five turkeys, 0)) on March 28, 71)11.) Having given
I pruning! than merely! to cut out dead have demonstrated that there' are or three hundred of any game bird I|' her heart to God by Faith, her will,
several varieties! of bunch grapes, species one open season shall be !guilty -
twigs and limbs. Any pruning purposes and resolves to God by repentance -
Polk-Many new settlers ire coming will !give the proper and desired shapeto which arc well adapted to soil and of a misdemeanor and upon con- her allegiance to Christ by
) in. Growers are spraying for climatic conditions of this state. Thegrowing viction shall be lined not more than
/ the tree can be and should be donein confession, she on that day /gave her ,
whitefly and scale control. : fall or winter. of: the.'al'ietles in practically $500 for each offense, or imprisoned! I body to be baptized by Pastor ErnestC. Unions jwi eon" tin-, mumpock&tro : -
tablets \"'m "
all parts of tho state, hah for not more than six months, or by : or on
House her soul
in that
leading act. Ia\n '
.4 I ting the genuine |I".i..i.Bnrilxxl ''
both such fine and imprisonment.No
I, Lake-W. II. Dcnham of Clermont, a commercial success. For the Thus she became simply and only a I by r-hysicliuis <,' ..u! I I'I
4 i is Netting 10 acres to avocado trees; HOW'S THIS? first few years the plantings were! I person shall set or cause, to be.I !Christian, and thus tho lived until I I years and proved safe 1 l\,. M ,

I Natural elevation and lakes afford a HALL/8 CATAURII MKDICINB will small, though some put In acreages! set on any inclosed land other than< October\! 1U23, when she left homein CoM).) TTcu'laToothacho ,'
& 7 do what we claim for U-rM your nyntem upwards of a decade ago, and have his steel! trap or other I .
good protection. of Catarrh or rjunfnosa caused by I own, any any the body to "be at home with the i I.uinl.j, .. '
;,; ) been securing fruits that have l Iconpaying > kind of trap for catching fur bearing "
'r Cntarrh.I1AL.IV3 t Lord. ((2:! Cor. !5:0-8.:/ ) I I Karnchc: \ lllittutiNeuralgia "
CATAHHII H nJo'INE( con- \ them well each year. wild animals unless they! have : 1'ain.; l lAccept 1' ,
y )y :\IIII'lnn-A poultry association was Rlms' or an umiinuMi( ( whirl) Quickly 'I recelv-1 She was married June :W! 10li, and
"Each the plantings> have increased ed from the ,
I organized here Saturday. Organized/ lcd lavc. the oiitanhnl t I I Inllamtriallun. and year owner permission and leaves a husband, parents, a I "Dnyor Tablet-> n'
l ) tli. In.erlllliIe.I'ln": a Tonic whlrli rapidly, and while the acre such trap on his lam! j jUefore I unbroken },,,
club Fine spirit brother and sister and relatives Each: px-l: 'i-"
lit Lynn.
4 .i' a boys' citrus art through the Uli/od. Oil the Atucotm a many only. ,
t for number
mostly small a engaging in the occupation\ j 1
I. ages were l ltwelve I lmul'
people assures us that our Surfaces' thti8 aHHiullrH to rent tor(j nol- to mourn their l 10'fI and rejoicein pro'por directions.I I
I among ran I cumMilonti.Bold :;:, : (of years, a grout many have been increasing I of trapping; or setting of such trap tablets. cost f.-" ,>I Ir
KflM i p ,Ij fair will be about the bent ever. by uruKRlxtH' fur "vur' JO Years.lp. their each .vuaruntil wild animals I her gain. For the stroke of death \ /lr f fAs1uitin fi ;
plantings/ for catching fur bearing\ | r ci..tis.! nlfio sell) bottl t 0-
J. Cheney & Co Toledo O. that struck from her the mortal
I t., now tho acreage of the state is or engaging in chasing with (lolls i body, i is the truth.\. n.. '
t;) St. Johns-Chamber} of commerce very substantial. Vineyard of I ho I such animals for the purpose of their | did not touch her. For neither she nor MnntifHcturo of Mot"--t\ t "I.Sn ,
organized at hastings\! ; farmers have :STOP\ LOSS FKOM: SMUT: we are in the imago of anything mortal !leylicaci.1.
''r' t:,. adapted! grapes\ vary In size in j capture, It license shall be procured
1A I ';'1 joined with business men in- local and \\KTTlNfj: ; OAT SKEI)) Ida, from a few plants up to more from the county judge for which a I j or" material, but "in the image of

(.; county development) I including agriculture IN: I-DK.MAMN) :' SOLUTIONOat :'\! than fifty acres. This i is but a start i charge!: of one dollar shall be mado' ', God. for sick beitK-H.
." ; enthusiasm hitch; cooperation as each year more and more people] for residents of this l state. Any lion- 1 am my spirit and(( my spirit is I: no excuse I
,.s I ; in our community fair hus been have been convinced of tho commercial -I I resident before trapping/ hunting, or but nay body is mine, not me. Dust- whining around in Florida. )
,, / assured, as well us assistance in as- formed the dust will claim these has a plenty of charily pa';
'.. smut may be easily nnd ':-.loap.: ) value of grape growing. There chasing with dogs or killing any fur ,
r ,I; somblinir an exhibit for tlio South ly )prevented) I a t Florida Fair and Madison, Square formal treatrrent) before pliintintc.) that Florida] will outstrip California a license for such purpose from them! from the dust for an eternal tion that may be given thiS,, i

: ,. Garden in New: York City. !Most farmers when they have' considered : in grape growing in ten years. In- I, the county judge upon the paymentof union with the real, spiritual "our- Takers are certain to 1" I..
t the serious looses that often 1'I .'- asmuch as California shipped -15,01)0:; ) i 200.; 8elvl!." ( Horn. I 8:23.:! ) winter and! they will be tr.xn.known ) i I.

I I Duva) !-Realizing the importance I ,'ilt fiom, thM i- -ase jn- '.'inir a J carloads] and planted' 75,000 acres, it While the body of Rhoda Jennings and some unknun/1 ,

i J I of developing the buck country, the iitifn* j. toI.k :? this pc ci'titn.I'ornialin will be seen that growers' will have I .-/1., ,.. orms ill .1 llv.i.i; 'i." sleeps in Crosby by the Lake, she, upon the residents and the,,r '

1 : mayor of Jacksonville, co-operating may' bo purchased<1 at any to make some progress to become II ,-n il..i'ii' tiuulilcil with Wo-nih 1 ln> "i'n in her conscious being, her spirit personality Hard luck stories; tWI'! "
.$ I i with several! prominent business men, drug store and is used -I has called, mot-ting of the agricultural << .!hI' 'lr'I ctnmni-h ,'- ii""in. intact "form" business hours are over,) |I" i
/ I po'-nd '' m mow cs identity -u
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; \ (.ROVES': IASrKI! SSriHLL; 1O1SU' Hi'.' .. r ,''' an'cnderiJ of ,
;I i ':[ committee of the city's chamber jtiwcr. by sppc'j'.liets( of tho the Florida] citrus industry was small, I I luny lur, two or three weeks. *..I'' inrl. i .c" I (Zuch. 12:1): ), a spirit, bloodwashedin ers, articles: showing niauazn
of commerce to discuHS ways and I-'l-.tida co'.e-e: of uifri<< Miturc, call compared. to that of California, and mipro'i'thedlrte'tionRmlnutaBam>ni'ru.c t i' the sphere) of radiant rapture toilet ( II
; means of promoting tho poultry and for the spreading of tho seed< out in it will not be more than a year or fn'.nn'! Tunic to thi, wholo 8)1011'111. Naturiwi'l :!'cn W. K.:: DAUGHCKTY, Minister.UOKK1NG cards,) are already presint.are .
I otTer illHpel' the wn.ma,8nlllh..CbItJ". 'ibo' often better olr, linuiu) \
industries hero. throw <
dairy thin layer smooth floor and In.hlItionb.fore
a according
JI' on a two, : to present
h4 In wtfoct health. leaunut ., .ko.'Mc! i".'l-l-: whom
v the from t 11 I
J sprinkle with the dilued. formalin. An Florida's citrus industry will (/ : ( THE 1'L'UMC people
\\'alton-\Ye shipped 3.10; crates of ordinary< sprinkling pot may do. Tho I .bo. ]larger than that of California. money on sad pleas of ilhtu,,, --
\\ 11.1'Ul doesn't
I I snap beans this \vvc>k, which has so grain should Le thoroughly and evenly There is more money in grape growing with the opening of the winter sea ble. There seem t
l1 ,: delighted the people that they have wet. Then shovel the heap over than in the growing of citrus and IT? son in Florida it will be just us well way to head off these uinl,
t; I, I ,ese.ed to i ini-rcaie the truck acreage several times to insure tut even dis the returns are quicker. I I : for the average man and woman, but they need not he ass i-I'M i

1 next year. tribution. Cover with canvas or hag. "There are a great many thousands I I Recently the papers told of a tragedy home folks and visitors, to steel their ;-iirk.' Money handed over to i isionnl

:ii I King\ and let stand from MIX to twelve of acres of Florida< land that are not i i in Memphis. Crazed' by drink, a i hearts II bit against the 'touch' system beggars is wor"- I Ilia-
'' Alachua-LaCrosse potato grow- hours. lit for oranges or grapefruit. This''workman shot down a friend, held at I that is certain to be very muchin Times-Union.

r: ,, ers receiving co-operation of a local Tho seed may/ be sown immediately land! should be planted, to grapes in I bay the ambulance crew who were evidence. Visitors to Florida during -

,, 'I bonk for the growing of the next afler treating but will run throughthe large acreages. Florida, within a few ready to convey the mortally wound-I the winter season include u very A Sure Sign.
: MlM I crop. Tobacco growers held, rally at drill better if allowed to dry oil' years, should ho planting many thou- 'ed man to a hospital, killed one fair percentage of those who bring
*. Alnchua; pledges!' total 200() acres tot first. sand acres of grapes annually, increasing I i'olicemen sent to quell the diEturb- i with them their nerve and little besides
I be grown next SeaSon Several] organization its income by millions each once, and was finally shot through Their regular business being to !\loke-"lIoe' yuh )rc.'ill., I I 1or I ,
Care should be taken
I 4 i meetings this week, ICO sec-d! are not brought, in in contact seeing with the year. All growers of grapes and 'lie! head ,in an exchange/ bullets. I "work the public" they follow the ) docs yuh j je V think y ib :
I ) people turning\ out nt Newberry. We the of smut before I those directly interested in the development !- I Such happenings are not unique) in crowd that goes: south in winter and '"Vas, indeed, Hon, \ I

) have a number of good negro farmers This spores! happen by sacking planting.tho seed, of I the industry are invited to drink annals!, but the Memphis Com- north in summer, and phI their loves( yuhj: I ain't done any II ';
at Cartorsvlllc interested in (dairydevelopment : in old)may I become members of the associationby ) / I mereial Appeal made some comments I trade effectiHlyhere'er there seem yet."
bans the
or putting grain into
h mid Improvement; have I dirty bins even after being /treated. M-nding one dollar\ to the secretary' I worthy of special consideration and to be an opening. The idea is to gut -.,-. ._-_.

encouraged\ them. The following rules] be followed I for the annual fee." of passing on to those who suggest money! without much effort and no
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I that the to end these tragediesis l
wuy I scheme is to be overlooked to sccut'etheir
basis One gallon of diluted
as a : I
.II.I I UII..loolO/I-Our truckers ore harvesting I formalin will treat 1 bushel of grain. ONE IN TEN i to go back to liquor regulation in ends.It .

I f and shipping snap) beans, cu- One ounce of formalin to 3 gallons! I' Neglecting ft Uttlo: wound], cut or allusion I I home shape or form. We quote a part I hus been estimated that there
cumbrrs) squashes( nnd peppers., water is the proper dilution nt'I'I' of tho lluhh hilLy in nine "aai s out often of the long article as follows : are thousands uf men in New Vorksho "
I)1( I causa no fsrent( suffering or inconvenience II \V! know the I'nu8oliquor.Ve \ make a living by asking for carfare FIRE
) : Suw/llmco-Rye and. oats are being Formalin, is irritating/ to the but it is the one ciso in ten that know the effect--death, sorrow, dlsKracc. to some point in the I suburb.-.
so it should be handled carefully. I causes blood poisoning( lockjaw' or nchronio Hut what are we going to do
i and I and
: I planted l for winter pasture They boldly approach a prospect; ,
Moist weather whilo increasing tho festering: !sore. Tho cheapest, I about it?
interest in remark that they have lost their \'
cover more permanent I purses
crops; I
Ui; !' yield! of oats, favors the developmentof safest! and best ruursc is to disinfect tho There are cCrtain! of tho "I told
pastured orul) farm dairying.) wound with lumid I llorozono and 1 apply I or spent without thinking-and!
Jg oat smut. Therefore, precautions i ynu KO" element who will, in effect, have to White Plains
I I the I llorozono I'uwdcr to complete' tho no way get: to ??
Is it Your House
"should be taken) to treat all seed before j githis answer: :
14 Oaceola-Many growers attended I healing; process) priro (liquid) 3 : the banana growers' meeting in Dar-: planting in the fall. and $1.20.I 1'()WIPr, :SOc: and GOc. Sold by I Repeal the eighteenth amendment, price The obliging stranger who
iV Y low and secured the next meeting for All Drug Stores the Volstead laws. act Return and to all the state safe prohibition and- ', gives the dcairud coin could probably Our business! to protr" <

} lsstmmee.i4 ";.c Quinine (i-"i. .v,>t / ucct;rl''" t",_.. irWliltHft Control !! follow the prosperous-looking young I
sane policy of regulation. fellow around the and hear -..large and small
corner you
or fin (Ci.. nul' I IMX i .< ft .\
\ < itI \ SYNOPSIS: ( ) (OF IILTNTINGLll.SE: :
Ls t I I II\''':: UKOMU( ( lpIJINI'IIf. ((1..i. I,ii) a I>u |.(. II""." 1\i the liquor traffic with high I Iellse.1 the tale repeated and go a little further
To Cure a Cold" kit. One I D.IJ (by tilt uiiyuif, d.'tM, \ uu.nia: .;\ : S m el U.itii r\uujni.v, ," .,.'C.II i .,.i.U i.> ; LAW OF 1!21 The sale of good\ liquor by men and find that this is the way he Best Reliable Companies
LAXATIVE PRoMO QUININE! : (T.hl" ) the law will prevent a
4' Take remain within
., I lives-and where ho lives.
aafls tliiil'iiiiuli' ninl I Mi-mliu Im lint. WOk ..fl .!: Quick Adjustments
.l I'trscns entitled to resident and to of such
',Kl l i W. I.KOMHirtiialiuuoiieai.li; boa. S''VL T--- recurrence tragedies. Fakers, beggars, mendicants, bums,
IWH.I.IJO: : :'\! SENSELess ::.; : I countv I 11' t'u..it --.A ny person who .Ku. I That would mean bowing!,\ down in hobos, any name that may bu applied, DON'T LOSE
been a bona fide resident of the state r I shame before the moonshiners, bootleggers I southward tho I
1 )" .\ 1.1. TIMK:: TO 11F.G1NPKUMNG ; :'\! are drifting following
in human
for twelve months then last and. other cattle US
past SEE
Than !5 i IVr rent of Lunil) In Cultivation ) maylicu1.e I wild geese! and with us keen an appreciation -
i: I { : :'\! ( FUL'IT 'IUEF.S ) a license hereby designated i form who flout tho law. It would I ( if what the f first frosts in
I I Don't Alarmed
as resident county license for the sum. i mean an ucknowedgnient by society the east foretell. From the first of
A The average fruit tree "turns in" of $l.2.; .1 4 that decency is unable to protect itself October until the first of May it will ; Peek & Ferryman
for the fall of the Non resident make the best, termswith 1 I II
l! its rest period m ( fly Spuds Johnson) county license-Any and must he a good idea to look the other way
year. While it as apparently asleep,, person who has been) n bona tide res- vice that can be secured.No when some sad tale is told by a I Telephone 83
its enemies are apt to be at work, or Don't feel blue whenever someone ident of the state for twelve months The war against liquor has I
_ placed in II position, where they can ]laments the fact that we are cultivating than last past, may procure a hun- been brought too near u successful stranger. Every state and county in j Starke
the I United States
provides< place
r do '1...<:11!i uaiiiiful work later on. only about 5 per cent of our land ter's license in any other county than conclusion to permit a few sniping a
for the care of the indigent sick and
? 1""Ulln,1 winter is the time ti> prune area here in Florida.! Just aik yourself that of his residence which is calleda renegades who shoot from ambush to
,' fruit trees. There are more reasons what we would do with the produce non-resident county license on pay- cause the forces of organized law to incompetents. There is absolutely j I ---

i than ono for this. One Is that cutting from the other!)."> per cent, if it ment of $3.50.Nonreside'nt. hoist the white flag at this stage of

I I rt, off a twit: when the tree is dormant was in cultivation. hunter's liclnse-Any the fight. -

does not cause the bleeding that I for one (iml myself utterly Unable non-resident or alien of this state I There isn't now and never was such rh IIIHOfi

,; i1 would! take place when the sap) is up,, to get up a sweat because we may procure a license for hunting in a thing as "good liquor." It is all F

; nor can the rays of tho sun dry or still have so much land uncultivated, any county of the state for the sum bud The comparative degree is
:' burn up tho newly cut tissues an well standing wilt,) I can't even worry of $25. The county judge/ ofthe, "worse" and the superlative is the

V as in uminor. Another reason I H about it. After many years spent in county in which he expects to l hunt "worst." This was true in the days
that the spores of various diseases a vain elfort to get my mind in the issues the license which only entitles of the legalized saloon. We had murI I
: i find the dead wood of the tree excellent !- same attitude that many others have him to hunt in the county where it is her and poverty and) di"grace-more

winter quarters. on this subject, I have resolved myself issued. of it, when the three are taken col I KILLINfi
f I Cut out t the ..1"11.1" wood! in fall, or to a future of easy! mindedness I. Open Season lel'livlly-trlll'eable to liquor then'

xi; early winter at the latest' thus taking As I asked above, what would!. wodo (Open season for wild turkey, quail, than now.

i'' I n.lvalltllof/ these conditions, with the produce from all that now turtle doves, swans, geese, brant, I In the days of so-called regulation

millions of spore arc harboring in I: uncultivated land, We want to make duck, rails, coots, sandpipers curlew I there were very few men engaged in
S I, the little dead twigs or brandies on i farming 1 pay. The cry for tho last snipe and plover. No person or persons the liquor} trallic who remained within
-s the average\ fruit tree; cut It out early I[ four years h.is been' "Relieve tho far- shall Injure, kill, hunt or destroy the law. There is. a peculiarityabout I
and thus remove possibility\ of tner; give him more money for his by any means whatever or havein I intoxicants in that few who TIME
I these "spores' being housed over winter labor; help him sell his stuff for ;aI his or their possession except as come in contact with them in any ]

. c their getting washed! or blown to& | I little more I than it costs to make it." expressly' permitted in this article the / form escape contamination. This i.s ,ro;

., I living tissue;, anil their having an op- I 1\\-ell]), that being..tho/ case, how would above named birds except between true of the class of men who sell

_ _ portunity to do harm next "spring' and take care of even twice as many the following dates: November 20 whiskey, even if they refrain from
I summer. I more farmers? to February IS; both inclusive. I drinking it. Our Cold Storage Plant is now :

Specialists of the Florid.i. College. I am quite a believer in tho law of Closed, Season In recent years we have had drives! Send
of Agriculture have suggested to thaI i supply and demand.: Tho people of Wild turkey and deer-Any person for. this, and drives for that. We can open or bring us your meat

fruit growers .that those trees whieh |, t tho United States (or the world too, who "shall kill or attempt to kill cr I now stand for another drive'e to cure. Charges 1 1-2c per lb.,
4 I bore their crop in stiitvner be pruned i I for that matter) can cat so much and! hall hunt, chase, molest) or have in ought to have it. We need( a drive for I j

out promptly early in the fall or win- no more. Now, if you turn around his )possession wild deer between February law enforcement, with particular reference : (for first 30 days and I c per lb.,
ter. Such Ir..,-. OF c-itru-., which hear I I produce twice or thrice that ir:> and November 2U in each to the illegal liquor traffic. Tbe
who is going to suffer? year, or shall use artificial light in drive !should. not be limited to a week | for each additional month. Thirty
_ .i' making, farm work you'll much'l I deer shall be weeks definite period.It .
pay hunting or killing guilty or two or any for
,,1ollr\ farmers to the poor of a misdemeanor in any county in should be agreed at the outset I days is sufficient time curing

When the demand for foodstuffs this state. that the tight is to continue until the light and medium meat 60 days
grows. you can bet your lust and bottom Opr'n) aad Closed: Season for Squirrel buotleggers/ throw up their, hands and ,

dollar that more land will he Any person who shall pursue, injure I cry for mercy.It for heavy meat.
cleared and more food stuffs. produc- capture' kill, destroy or havein would be well for our chamber .
.d. When the nation wants more of their )possession squirrel except of commerce to take the lend. Civic I

I our winter grown vegetables and) from November 20th to February 15, clubs and churches should take an

fiuits, wo Florida farmers will prove both inclusive, or shall hunt in any active part. The trades and labor I J. S. BLITCH SuperintendentFlorida
that we are equal() to the occasion and) public or private park shall be guiltyof council and other organizations of an ,
the stuff will! be produced. a misdemeanor. industrial character could lend able

Instead of being pessimistic about Provided, that any person may protect assistance. Every professional man, State Farm
our vast areas of waste lands we his premises from ravages of business man and artisan should appoint -

ought to be optimistic. If we ran he these or other animals at any time, himself a committee of one to
the richest and most powerful nationin in any hunt down an We grind Our Own Lenses tho world! with no little of our tillable way.Limit of Game instead of hunting them downto & ,

land tilled what can we be a Any person who takes or kills more patronize them.Lf't's .
I NOpELAYGa.in { hundred years from now? Think of than' one deer, two turkeys, twenty start this law-enforcement --

', the prosperity of our coming generations 'quail or twenty-live birds of any other I I ball to rolling and keep it roliinn\ I S'I. U
sviJlc. Florida. of Americans! species in one day, or who has such til those who flout the law are crush
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,..-' other pomona believed. to bo Intended. In sail I 1BOICt9IIXrtnRB lBaaiaC! >QUul 1 1II
1 property other than the known defcndanta Ir
\1" and the name" and reatdnne of iiirh. ",, ",on. COFFINS & CASKETS HOME V.4 THAT'i WHAT ,'". 811I-N TPtt.K1N'' a-' $I'LLIT POWM AND BXCLAIN IT
are unknown to complainant, and In laid bill ThAI '1
relief la prayed accost, such known and un- r. TOVOV FOR.- T" CO/dvtMCS' YOU J A6A.lM.HCMOuLP sees 0C

.r.... known pemona.' I II And a Full l.inc of z: ..a't 011"' .. W. TMINK.4 NATiONAL I.CON'lCTO AT THH TallAL.BoT .
:: Thnvfoip. It I. ordered that SWEET
: named, or all person* claiming. any all Interest persona I Undertaken' SapplittAt'lOMOUILE /' AitS AA& OM.T"'IIIO' VOO THsnm WAI A MAIrcouPt.H ,

.,.\ under or through them or either. of them, or PUT OH ANO NOT flqt JUQ.V AMP
I %i ON ThE
il' otherwise, and all unknown Demons churning. HOME
..( tune ititprat In Ihn property her.-Inaftcr de- I HRARS> BAlwaf \ 'T" 4IN' ) THflV COULP"J'T
/ .rribed.; or any part I ": any of on hand. The bent aorT 1 L LLZ
ttieno'rth q A4t3
; the named dcfondnnta. '
t? ) .WLc!,; -.' : othi'rwe.! and all persons or Known or .unknown,, or I < M at th. lowest "ric:.". Spe- I Ic 4

claiming an Intenot In I the \hereinafter de.nrrbid nol .ration to trlrgraph; or-
/. t.he. JLwcrc in 1'1"/1 property or any part thereof Ivln: I 0cu Give IL S
aKegUUreJ Entbulmer.
and living In Ilrndfi.rd county, state of HorIdft 1I # $ (
;, rlwft. described KM follow Record a LoaJ. _
\ / nevifn All of block one South ramie on. .....t. I I Need! ,
Enet half of block nn. couth DeWITTCJONESSTARKE =
range two
/ a// .'11TU 1."w- "..., way.! "'ral.

North half of block two south, rang two I FLA
"4; .et mAnw Wl'flt I

ThAI rVM I 6AQ two Northrrwt went. quarter of block two ho nth, rung trnR'mm: t"ft1'I"I!'!"' ''' 1t

TH PA'- All of block ono north rancr ono "'*...t. I'! -by \ .11.111

::\ ccitt.nnst hnlf of block on. north range two I Sie I'nknuwn.12. Tp. I A. S. R. 22 E.. 10 acre*. .IWBI-.UCI.I! II

South hnlf) of block two north Terry
rung on. '
wont C. Mlfli-nU. No. 1102 embraeea West Half of I *
: j Ni tihwt, .
: Situlhca I quarter of block two north > t Quarter of Southwest Quarter Sea. Gilk.i80nAO'OCA..a Lt
t.n .tr.tMoo rang" 4. I'll. 7. S. li. 22 E., 20/ aen. aweuej Un- I
a strip of land About q fl feet wlifo '
fort I, nnd ."..th. nnd t>v.t<*ndtnfr ncrmm said eertlflcatea shall be redeemiincruidlnn _
\ tin r><.uih, I, end of the north hnlf of block two to law, tnr. deed will lactic there
( north mi .in tho lllth ilny of Novcmbtr, A. f). JtPJI.wltne : --
rnntfc one w<.t. and extending wi>wtncrot
'* I ttu)" 'mith end of tho northnnut my oiriclnl lunatiire end cal tlilttin. i "
qunrt 1 Itt day of October A. D. 192! 1. I OUT
r nf bluett two north' range. two w,>wt. conInin I "''II \ I NOTICED ( '( I4 'DON'T I"NOW fume
G. W. ALUiiiM\N, ,
, m fortvr' >ffrit -r
iicrtii, Iras. IIP-
more or Clerk Circuit Court: Ilrmlfor.1 Cnuntv., n lit.ISeah \o -rc" AIN CAtENPAW.OTHSR .
j tIC In Ti-mplffl. Hulidlvlnlon' of land nt Toml "fOU Ck.AP9II'; t J git3prr oven ?tttt4'OttQ
,!i M inHI. nnd .li'd By C. A. 1 n-rnr In book C, |inir. .12 I. ThE
!>ul>Hi' ro'rl "f ttrttdford county Florida !I Deputy Clirll. "I'IOS II', PiuT O'X$., TASKc :

or l h. lor.. tho third day of December. .. A. D. v4E ROO"" : -
1 1"2" iT.} -. amp. being a rule tiny of thin court. 4jOl'fd44: AiOV9, CeO.e/. ...
,' or nut bill will bo tOken n. ronfeimed nfrnlntttMUI. NOTiCE':! OP APPIITATIOV FOR TAX PEEl) ..: ..., ;"r\?
'------ aol tint thin onler ho publlnhrd In the I (mURK: HKTION: 571 OP TUBt.KMCUVL ? i.iOvJ LO'd( f ".

--- -- linutfnrd I County Tcloirrnph' a \ S rTUTtMNolle '
i pnprr:: nf general elrculallnn I ;::;hiwt\ I li hereby given thnt A. A. Burden, ci '1 I () .1' ;"ii:
fltnrkn.' nrndfonl to unty. Florida, for eIght imrehnxer of lax certificate: No 93': diitcil:!; <"D ; "

Bulbs for Old CitnxicutUo wcckn. I the Ith ilny of Jul)'. A. D. 1021 tin* fili' New Willie: the IIonor 'blo A. V Long. judge of .,,,ui ciitillratr, In my office and linn made ,' Il
" iluftnld, circuit I court and nTio tho ofttrtnl slirnnlur I lilirntlon" fur tax deed. tit IHBUO In aecoril.ann ''I I
1 ---- ,. of the cli. .rk nn well nn the official nf with ln\v Said certillcat. emlirncea the ( \ ,
thin court. thin the End day of October A. D. fnllnwlnir iltBcriluil prnpntv nlluuud I in Uiail- ;
nur, order with Simmons & 11123. l"r.1llInl y. rlorida. towitlWmt II I 3.,
O. W ALDERMAN.!: I uhf of Rmithwrat Quarter eection 81
f.'llnw. for light bulbs suitable\ Ck'ik, Circuit Court Bradford (Countv. Fl. I Tp 7 8. R. 22 Fnnt HU cre... \ i1"; a .

tit nf new plant. 17 cent By C. A. KNIGHT The laid land being B..I...U| nt the data ( ".
)11 per
i <">n i old bulbs in exchange. .\. S CREWS tuinio" of N. I*. Cnuthen., '
Solicitor! for Complnlnant. I'nlitia enid certlllcato shah be redeemedarcnntlne "
------- 'c >>
-- -
1"-111.11.80. to Inw tat fli.nl will IHIIIO thereonon $
COMMISSIONERS SALE .. tie 10th dny of November, A. I). \\Ui3.Wltni .
% nil' \Ico )I. itlven that. under .and by --- -- -- I ..n my ofriclnl nl>tnatiire and seal thlaOn i.U.I T.
'ilmt. certain. i < nl....... in the circuit court in and' In ro t"tnte, of Annn I.. TIII* I... dict>atFd. I (3. W .\ ) ': I\N. ,
Florida in ctmncerv -. I iSrall I Clerk Clreilit Court. I ., ''' ,',)
if .l : ;
$ I .tr. In hereby given to nil whom It ; .
mny .
rls"t : .
'I: ; Inf '
h .Iny' A r> 1121. colic rn thnt un the 7th dny of pprcmhor. A. By C. A. KNKUIT. ---=.: '- .
I Tnima Norman. Cnrn Norman. R. S. ft 1 12 I. I tthnll imply to tho Honorable R. A. in-io.st-ii.ie inpuly Clerk.
i" I ettlo Thomaa, and her hunl"nml. J.I f:r..,.n iudfrc of the county judtfc'n court nnjinltrr I _. .- -_ .-_--_--_- _- 1---.
'"" i rind, Frnmt Normnn and Mnrrill" of imiVmto. for my Ann) dl.rhnrtr mi I' I
.i mmor, ,. by their next frlond Fmma I ... ..ulor of tlio retaIn' of Annn L. Thcdo dc. NOTICE OP APPlICATION( FOR TAX HERD
,.,"imilnlnnntn|, and aimln I K I. I toil ; nnd thnt nt the same time I will 'I UNUFK 8FCT1ON 67% OK TIlE I I
,: ,lifemlnnt.: :: the unilernlifneil I commi ; I,,'. >< nt rnv Anal Recount nn rrrrutor' of saul (. :XEIIAL STATUTES |I
,,11 ..II.( .. und! Bell at t the front dnoriiihoiwo V ntul for tel( < ..
I""n'e nnk I i npprovnlT /tJ
In Slnrlie Bradford count, >nt*.d Opt 8. A. I P. 1121RUDOLPH\ I Niitlciin, hiril'y given that A. M. ttlanctorltuurctnser News Items of Busy Lawtey I ;
i "I irinu the logal houra of anlo ontho R. TITrnR.: uf tile certitlcuti* Nil 217. dntinlthe 1
5th clay of No" mber. A. !>. 10.f-0t-ll-10. Executor. 4th day of July. A. D. 11121\ ban tiled
". t !I".. hlirhent nnd bent bid.inr. for canhI ; ntd certillintc In ray office. and mia madtf anplitut -
-- on for tn-s .10..1 I I ,. ,""u" in necnrdnnca
I i."1,1. tho followIng. (|,'.cril>pd real enl I .
,. In Bradford .,ounl,. NOTICE TO I DFIITOHS!' A\T> CKEPITORfl! .. .lth Inw Snld ccrtiflcnte embiacen the followlnir -
,.l..l..wlt.,1 I nnd being ,\ II i.i.raons 'Imlihlfd. to the.. o..tnti. of Anna ..' '!senbiil: property nltnnted\ in Ilrad- LiiwtiNu u'.\'. :2iI! \ re. I i I "i ornllv I with i I thoii" of tlu> i iiuist. u it'vns-
and! 2)) the South f.. TItle! Into of Bradford! county' Plorldn.' ford County, Florida, to-wlt : ,
.n" .ml two or and M rHo .1. T ;Moonwore visitors to visitor here Sunday.J. tnli-il I ii rt'it'i of t the finintrv' .
Nnrthi tho Snuthinot Quurlrr of lection 31. .'..".. d. will pity inch dfhtn. ffirthwlth.! and tj.inrlur Quarternf
..nnl.lnn. Northiant, (jvinrter. Sio. 36. Tp. It S. K. 22 Stnrko :Mmidiij' iifturnoon. I IMIH. I'n'iiron loaned from tho, nniuial
,. I r. South. Knnno 21 rn t. i 'I 1 ,pi (".nnn hR\ )l"lt clnlmn nvnlnnt xnld etttntotilmll I (
..... moro or I...... Al I"o tho following nil! the Came duty nut hunt irntrd with r ,The I in 1 RHld acre. --- I K.: Ooodfollow, WIIH tranHiulinirbiiHinvss rrport "T ,h' lI"t'r, work of tho Rt'ilriMi
land being ainieflffed at the date
to-wlt I tlu ,undfrtnirm' ndmlnintrntor within 2
I 1 I.i."c,n.r.annl i'. ono property mule oni-hnlf i undivided In- Corn April 21. A. D. J923. or thiy will vrnni baf i of the iHRiianee of aueh certificate in the name Cluirlos Wnddmirtnn, ( returned I in JarkHonvilli'I I :Mond.iyMiWHtg u < n>...>i i\...ui l rtviMitlVt I whirli, oowr*

-t'.i. in nuitnr mill. one McCormick nuiar boiler mowing one ...rt.'rr bnrrctl nunotPii R THEDE.AiImlnlHlrntnr :. | of Unlena W. C said I.ndd certiflcnte shall, be redi.
Hn homo' nn.1 wnaon rake. one E-tnl Annn I.. Thodt diccancd to law. ta* d<.ed will issue thereon I to South I lorid.i' and m the tfut'-t, of )Delia Hlnnvhnnl an.1III! > I I'.iL'l:!: NIOW) th.it I in I tin- twelve iiiiintht'
bid sell penonal 10-o-Ot-ll-ao. ', mi the 3rd dny of Decemtier A. I). 1021.Witneas I thi'ro hiivo I IHMMI i IIftoon scrioun
.ny"n", d..lrln" to on time at thoi ._ my nfTlelnl signature and seal tltlatiui Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. 'I Smith were visitors to Stark Sun pi'rioit :
.. at COY
rty can nee name --- -- -- ----- \
r from terrific
i .
the lute n. n. Norman. .nlill.nce :'tilth day of October A. D 11121S \ "''IY. ilisaxtors! roHultinx/
..I. ala milea northwont of ORDER: FOR PriUlCATION W. ALDERMAN.Seal utti ft .It ami (lirl'" I in thit South
bring. about )rntut, till ,
In Circuit. Court State. of Florldn. Elphth ( ) Cli-rk Circuit, Court: :Mr*. H. li. Thetle, anti ..Iatllhtt'r.llnrit' I
H"E.. M. JOHNS. Judicial. Circuit. Bradford County. in Chancory Bradford County. Fin. were isitors to Jacksonville J. I. Dulume and Iris Wilson of whiih ,1.-' troy..1 nulhona I of dollars
By C. A. KNIOHT worth of took toll of live' t
A. S. CREWS. property /a
W..SWRIIJtT.COmml..lon.. ( Hrndfonl (County Bunk. a I II 1 -2-fit-l 1-.JO: Deputy Clerk. Mond.iy. Starke, were visitors here tllloIa)'.
N. D. rntlon Complnlnant. anil. I ii II ic'tt'ti ",Hornuiii I injury to liundrrils -

\ 7. ADKINS 9.2R.8t.ll.2 C 1C v. Mark antI Fnnnlo corrO-I NOTICE OP APPliCATION FOR TAX: DEED J. E. Ooodfellow. returned l homo on Death of Mrs J. S. Andrew of people.
((Tomnlainanta1 Solicitor. h'n Wife, Defendant I UNDER SECTION: 575 OF THE Tho year has been one of almost
I GENERAL STATUTES Saturd.tv; from Ijikelnnd where he I The death of !Mr John S. Andrew,
Tt npnrnrlntr by affidavit "I'p.n.I..1 to the
unproroilontoil. nalnrnl I ealamitioH I for
MASTEIt'9: SALE: bill flU-d In the above xtntml cnune that C. 'I Notice I in hereby given that W. T. Weeks.ptrctuuiiter has been traniactmi, business for the I occurred( last' Friday (OittIilIg lit her i .
I this stet hut of I tho th
country report
and IT !Mart' and Fnnnlo Marks, hi.( .Ifo. the I
Notice' .la hereby given that under by of tax certificate, Nfi 111. dntt'd the past two vei'ks. horns here from tuberculosis of the
,rto, of that certain final decree nf fore- d fpndnntn therein nnrnvd are nonresident.of |I nth ilnv .,f August A. 1>. llll*. ban tiled pail I HlntoH, unit. (lute tioooHMitutoil' I thufxpcntlitiiru ,
m..la anti, <1"iKn-i& th *Mate of FTorfdn. and they ore certificate in my office and "t bats n v V I U21.) h" JKSrSi.0"wroSl. lmtn n tho city of Morrtntnn. state of r..I-\\I \ for tax deed. to issue In accordance !Miss Anna idle Turner, of Stnrke, room for the past month. i
I idte.t .f the Fifth Judicial. Circuit of r lorHonorable DnUotn And arc over the axe. of with law.' Soil' ci-rtitlinte, embracrH the ful- I I! 111,5110 I \ ) I in exlomlini I I ri'lit'f to I II
lucre with Mrs. .lucki I Mrs. Andrews born Ouken ,
V. Long of the Eighth Ju- Y"nl'll. lowing. dfnerihfil. property situated\ In Hrad- spent Kuniliiy was near t
'I A. I ho thoimamli, of pt'oiiln( l of
,, dinqunllflcd. in that ceri It In th.rofore ordcrrd that said nonrcnll t foid Connl,.. Florida, to-wltt i :.IS I Union wherui i .
I 1,1 Circuit bcimr Howe. yvurt sign, timnty, 'C.fttiu
whreln the llradford County I Wanle, .1.l nt dcfpmlfintn b* antI arc. hereby rpiulrc| i iin Lot 4 of block 34 in Livingston. Tniby Co'n I .I ami, ,Hlu'lliT I iiinl.I .left ties I ito te
i""rori'oralliin mime I in tomplnlnnnt awl Katie iti"p,nr tti the bill of complaint flied In naldrim4 nub thy. of Nnrtbiaiit. Quarter of Northeaiit the li\i'd until I they moved to r.n\vley without I wllfllinuhy I l II freak rick ofnature. 4
.1. KelMtnan. her huI-nn,1 <> an or before Monday, the 5th dnv of Qunrter, See. 28. Tp. fl S. R 22 E 1---1 about ten I
!< -mn, and! R G.V.. Mclvln .and lomla N... i.mbcr A. l P Ift21.' olh'r\\'l.o the ..lInlln.I Tho Bald Innil being assessed nt the date years njfo. Relief ifivori, it; i M .xtutt'il., wan t.

M!,'I 1, n next 111Ir.friind; .,, err di-fendnnui, the I title. of Nail. bill .will bu taken an confe.sndI of the luniiance of such certificate In the nRIII.'of tv, tjinesvilla spent the week-end l at Funeral norvleen wen1 londucted. at nilniinlHtcri'il, In iin'orilanciwith, I lie
for null ant will ..un.h'1 I it itiid d CenInntx.It I1 i I Fdnn.: Jnckion. his home here. the c-enictery near I I'ulitiH' Sunday nfternoon '
"I will offer
Id ftirthor ordered that thin order nepulil II | pulley' of thu Aincriran |1,1{ Ir"4K.:
In (
Unless certifleat. shall be redeemeilacconllnir .
be.tbid.li I I eaid .
't., th. hlghint nnd ,, \ .. nt I :!tfl() I Hi'V. J. II. ,
".. i.h d nnro A wepk for four\ connecutlveu law, tax ileed will testis thereon. : i'tltti'k by
Stnrke. to Imsoil
.I I 1., rniirthniwp door In .' : anil, was In every inntuni i on
5th day of < 4 in th<' Hra'tron (County tVlt irrnph. ntKunimptr atlth of A. D 11)28.Witneas : I Crews and number of relatives j
the the tIny November. I large
.in, llrrldn] on !Monday, on C1. A. KniKht of Stnrko a n -
was visitor
1 publish fn sail county ant .I.t i till! HCtUIll MIM'lU of IIH'I IlllllVlllllal.'
mlwr A. II. 11121. during the legal, hu".1| i 21 : !I my utriflal signature' and leal thl.thl.
aid ii Thl. Oeoer 2. : J 1 iMrd f October, A. I). 1"2II to Lawtoy Sumlny.Mr und I friends, nsHeniblcd" ,!.
-,il. for the pnrpmo of unltefylnv n'l| I92J.w. AtnnRMWSeal day ] Montionoil\ I I amonir tho more' novero
following ncribud real e.- I W ALDERMAN. I Deceased) 1 leaves to mourn her untimely
.1! rne Bradford Bounty. ( \) Clerk CircuIt (Court. !i (Sml) Cl.'rk (irruit Court.DrniUord ...Ia.lying 10.,1t,and: being in \ By C. A. KNIGHT.! Clerk. I'i Cnnnty .'I.. I \V. ,\ Jtnrrctt of Jacksonville ,denlh II htmbnnd, livn sons IInlIIi" vxtotuloil. ri-lii-f in the Inst year are
:! half of the Northenat Quarter Deputy Py C. A. KNWIIT.10.28Gt.1I.23. il.uiKhterH, two Hitters. and one i
i North Northenati \. S. CREWS. I Clerk. spent !Sunil.iy hero with her mother, the ili'Htrni'tivi' lire\ at New Item N. "

I i ..?the of Southwest Section. Eight tjunrter(Townnhlp of the Seven I Rnllclfor'for'Complainant.in.l5r I Deputy' 1 1\11'1\: M. J K. Kilwnrili.: i brother !\Irs. O. fit'then and !Mrs.'I II IIliifrh C., Dei.einhiT, I I. which .(....tr() .I..1. 'over kA es bt

'(ruilb flange Twenty ((20)) Eoatt I t-ll-2 I Hc'then, of Crewsville, and It. $2,500,000) ( ( worth of lr"III'rty111.1 l l lOft
r 120 aorta. more or I.... --- -- --- IIICIII.ANI I 1---1 J. Kenfroe, of 1'ortIycrs' : besides
I'. E. .c"nlaln-I onnER FOR I'If l.IC''TIOS I ;i tf>lH) ) people hoineleiH; the hull i I storm

Special Master In In Circuit ( ourt. Suite, of Horldn EighthdicinI |I her home Saturday, from Jacksonville. hut ny other nun r relatives. | of AutriiHt :II i, HI2L':!:!, which left 17'tf.iniiliua :
\ S CDF.W9. '! f Iretilt 'Hi-Hilfonl County i In i'hnn- Thu cnliro fli extends I its
solicitor, for Complainant 10-5-61-ll-a I I5111.2 ii"rvG UiKhlnnii Nov. 2-Mrs. II. C. Wim- I i where the him bovn vmitinx for strl.I | ('itiOlIlil ty of AniliTHDii, .., S. C', in neoilof
-,- i iMASTER'S IT. Inrrnn.Complainant.. 1 1V. lu-rly was the guest of Mrs. J. K. oral weeks. | sympathy to the heren\ed family.Mm. iinmeiliatu! relief; tho Moorit' Ilnven -

I |i .' Iorri at Bronton several! dayi !abtweek I I''la., lIntel wliirli imimlntoil. over

SAIRVotice by I I'nmmlo Tierno and Mary Tlerno. I II i I !MHSO.S Madeline; ; and' Aline 1'adirott'I A. C. Talky returned here last I I trio) homo! ; the little town of I Hamlet
U benby given that nmler and fiefendnnta, week from Grillin C:in. v\here. xhe has.
which vmiteil I two tor-
Mitt hy
rlue' of that curtain Sod A-eriM of foreire It nppmrinir by affidavit appen, ed to the F.lbt'rtllIore: left Thursday for"ni of Anthony arc upending It few days was

'".., maile no I ..-.,,10..1 on ko.teiuui r .*". :Mil fllid In the ahoe uta'ixl! raise that Pantale i i visit with relatives at (..acootlice.Vadus here with their grandparents, :Mr. been for several months vlsitnii rel rifle ryeloncK I in nn. many months I wiping .
Juicer i
V. I.ong. : : I
\ D. 1021. by Honorable A. T crno nnil I Mary Tierno the fenilanla | atives. She is thu guest of her daughter I
the whole town
the circuit, court 'n ant f..r Hrailfoid. I therein named are non-rwldpnl of the state | \ irnham,, nf SUirkf, epcntthe and :Mrs. M. Patlgett.Mr's. out priu Urally ;
runty Florliln. In that certain "..IIR. wh.... of rinrliln.\ : : and l "that the.; home or place nfrenldince week-end here the guest of II. L. !Mrs.V.. F. Jodwin.; anil 1 the tornailo. wliii-)li nwept. I thri>uih
the Vuliral land Bank of Col""ibla." alornoratliin. in Sioux (City\ Slate of Iowa, and .
in eomplalnant. and J. M. Shaw,. I II. I that the sell Marv Tlerno In now living thera Layton. :Mollie I'revatt and rhildren I I'lnnon. Tt'X lilt. ilovantatintr! a lirgo _

Jr. Emma Shaw hia, wife F. C. Stok. Edna ;! .hut that rnnunlo TI'rno In now .conHned thel'wt.rii R. L. left last week for Nahnntn Ga.! to \V. I.. Overstreet of Starke, was II Heel!ion .of the! (city killing twenty 1'1.> v>'
I I'| Prescott W. M.
LakeButler Nation. State of (:ieoncia, | ,
StoVe. hi, wife the "I.on nt I business: visitor to Lnwtey I Friday. nnil I lUll) othorxJLET'S .
t'nrDI.onn A.noclntlon. a "To llL1U,11.1T I imtl ire. o\er the awe. of twenty-one years I II |>In. L. Prescott and E. Wilkinson were spend a few days with rt'latlves.Misys jKliulieth j plo injuring -
U Parker J. P. Parker and B I I It IA tlurefore nnltred thnt wnld mm-renl-
Ha admlnlntratora of the entate of II. C. I'ar-. I 1 ..1 nt il.fonil nl. he and are herehv. renulrr.lI visitors to Luwtey Saturday. KFII ( KOSS! \C'I1VlTm I : '
her di'MMed.. are tlefendantM. the uniteniKnd I n'l.'nr! to the bill of complaint filed In laid W. T. Stewart of Starke was a I : und Beatrice i|
.. I aa ii'-cial' miuter. will offer for sale ami italic' on or. b'fore, !Munilny the ftth tIny of The West und Southwest, run no GO! .
will ell fur cn.h to the hIghest and best bid- I Vn" ruler. A. n 1021. otherwlne the alleunIKIM !Ijuxinvxa! visitor here Monday. Howe, rteulah and hazel Futch ClydoMoNeil longer bount of n monopoly on tor-
ill. r. In front of the eourthouae door In Starke ..f ,nalil hill will hu taken an confenncdhv I Geo. I Hobinaon of Jacksonville, wait and WeHlcy Itryan motored
Bradford county florida.. on M"J"l"yJJ{ call\ \ d.-fendnnta, I nndoes Moods. und the. "' /lny ntticr I lit- -
rIb' day of November. A. D. 1923. It in further ordered thnt thin order he attending to business hero Saturday to Stnrko !Sunday, afternoon.J. till practical' jokes :'otlllh..r.Ilturl': is
>-iil hi.um of ado, for the numoae of latia.. 1 1',101h..1 once n week for four consecutIve afternoon. I' FLORIDA STATE FAIR
fMiigaid final di-cree. the following\ deaerlb.ed link* In the nrndford County T'leurnph a prone to play. on pour mortal". 1 In
In Bradford unlil nnd date 'i C. M. Click of Jacksonville was R. Itenfroe: of Fort :Myers vwiteil -
rral e.tate. lying and being n.''''','''''''' 1\Ihlloh.\\ l in county spite o fine boll wi-eiil, "hortaift-,
c,mnty. Florida, to-wlt This, October 2. 1021. a visitor here Friday.Mr. relatives here Sunday. I Jnckconvillc
Tho Northiant Quarter of the BoutncaatOiarter. (J. W. ALIbERMN. I ruin in some sections and too much
and the NorthwMit Quarter of the' I S.nl'' Clerk Circuit Court.By and !Mrs.\ )F. U. Lang: and, Miss I II in others, the year's i-rop of serious .. S

""b.,.Ih.o.t of Bragg Quarter.Branch.le.. eight Blurt lee acrea two on acreawhfrc Weatndt C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk 'niithc Collinn were visitors to Law. J. :M. I'oweli (,if Tampa m spending ,disuHlers in the !South 'omparen fa v- I NOVEMBER 15 24, 1923

graveyard !I. now aituate>l. known aIirdan .... A S. CREWS. tcy-Sunday. I a few days horn with his parents I!! :
uraveyard. alan South I"--! Solicitor for Complainant. I :Mr. and :Mrs. N. L. Starling spent Ilev. and Mrs. W. I. Powell. '
'if I he Soiithwe Quarter of Northemrt -
the week-end with relatives Law.
at "
and South Three-fourth of the So"1 NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TA'C DEED
ant Quarter of the Northwent Quarter.. m.Alln UNijfcK' SECTION 7* nr TUB I DeWitt C. Jones, of SUirke, wax in \
!Section .",t..n 16)). Townnhip even t.ENEKAL' STATUTES I tey.J. .
.. ... )F. GriiJia and E. V. Uunn
South. Dange Twenty ((20 Fa.t d the T Notice I. hereby given that J. A. Morgnri.purchiued were town on business Saturday., ;
hmnee. Meridian. In Bradford county Florida of tax certitlcate No. 891, dated the visitors to Maxville Sunday. I YOUR PRINTING
containing. In the aggregate. 110 area.p. I 4th day of July. A. U. 1W21.' hn. filed udcortincate | --- {
I K. L. Crews of Hampton visited I
t::. KNlmrr. In my OffICe, and ha* made. application I Clayton Strickland, of Kin/ dley, .
Special MMter In Chancery.A for ta. deed to coo. in aceordance relatives here Sunday. He was accompanied was visitor here Sunday. < "
!S CREWS. 10151.111NOTI'E with law. Bald eertlflcau embracea the fol. I home byti1lJ: Hazel a i
Solicitor for Complainant. lowing deterlbed property. situated In Bradford I .t
county, Florida. lowllNorthenut > j Crews who had been upending several Tho Lnwtey banket ball team will
OP APPLICATION FOR TAX: DEED Quarter of Southeast Quarter. week here the !guest of Miss Maggie {
UNDER SECTION Sri OP THB e*. 6 A In SE Corner, Section 84, Tp. II 8. play a game at lialdwin Friday af. .i
STATUTES RiinM 22 Ea.t. .being. 85 a.r... Crews. ,.
ternoon at 3 o'clock. !
The said land bein aMied. at the data I Craig Harris of Sanford was a Jto.
Nolle la hereby given that. M. 1. .lohna. of the issuance of .""h certirtcaM In the name g1 .1..
purchaser of tax certiflcale. No. 611. dated the8th Grlffl. j i business. visitor here Monday. I -
day of Jun. A. D. ItlO. haa filed said "'un'liii laid oortUI.ate .hall b. redeemed ae- W. M. Wimberly visited friends at Miss Eva Futch, of Jacksonville ..
eertifleata In my office and haa made appIistion with eordlnii to law. taw deed will ....u. thanaa I spent the week-end here with her parents
for tax deed to ....u. In accordance the 12th day of November. A. D lY23. Lawtey Sunday.
law. Said ..rtIR a'* embrace. the following on Witness aiy offlelal .(_nature and peal thla. Mr. and Mr*. O. L. Futch. .1
denerlbed property. situated in Bradford counLSTSrBWta the 10th lay. of O.tobe. A. D. 1923.

I, i In New Rlv.r. .eetioD. 24.Tp. G.Clerk W. ALDERMAN.Circuit Court J. T. Reddish and Atfonno GrifllH''

6. S. R. 20 Eaat. of BT C. A. KNIGHT. were transacting busmen in JackHonvillc .
The said lan.1, being asarasad a, the data 10-12-5HI- Deputy Clerk.
the ".".noe of such eertincata In the aetna Rout'chapped Thursday. |

Unl..r.aid .ertlflcat. hell be hands
according. law. tax deed will l..n. thereon Notice ia hereby Klven to all whom It may David Moore of Jncksonvile spent

on Wl.ne.1 the 6th day official of November.alunatnre A. and D. I V23.aral ,h.. concern that on tIe IYlh day of n".mhPr MENTHOLATUM Sunday here with his parents Mr. rightfully expect more allan a mere following/ of your C
my D. 192.1. I ahull apply to the Honorable
the tHth* day of September. A.ALDERMAN.D. lVU.G. A.R A. Green." Ju.lK of .I.I court a. Ju..... of i iI and Mrs J. H. Moore. YOU

Clerk'W. Cireult Court probate for my final discharge ** adminmtrntrlx deeeaied. -. I makes them smooth, when you get printing from this shop.We .
Fla. of the eetata of Henry Garner ,
n.', v.n.j\ Bradford Count and that at the name time I will present my and coinf Frank Green of Turkey Creek wasa t,4.

NOTICE final aeeounu aa aomlnUtratrU of .id estate I *O visitor last Sunday of Mr. and :Mm. promise you service. Service includes an intelligentstudy
eial' CircuIt.' and uk for their .approvalD. '' II
('harles Dinkina.
In Circuit Cone', Eighth ..-1 October 19, A. D. 1923.IItENE I
Brnrtford County. Florida, In Chancery. GARNER. of manuscript; the proper (aces of type to 'he used; perfection
I H. Rlteh I Admmlatratrll.Hereby "
"implainant. 101901.114 TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS:-; A. II. Harley and sons, Lonnie,

!I"*... FlnJ.1a land and ImmUra. V NOTICE 0" APPLICATION.TTIO" 575 FOR or TA'I TIE: DEED Hubbanl and St. ('lair, were vivitors in alignment; exact quality/ of paper; how. to cut it, print it -

';..n Company, a Corporation. UNDER GENERAL: BTATUTES There it negligence on the part of to Jacksonville Sunday. and fold it. '
'h. Unknown Heir or Claim I U. O. M..a. I'
Charle M. notice ia given that many about rear lights on cars: aa
ant. of E. SI" "" jrenaiTer aale tertincatea numbered
of tax 4
Marvin and Unknown Peraon..' t respectively 214 and 812./ i issued by tax olltor .'. many cars may be seen running at Married I No job to small (for our .

"f.n"'nlo.' ...- O.h.rTo ,, of Bradford counl,. rlorlda. laid "rtlfleatw night without such lights. Our school took a recess from WedI "
Bill\ to II....... CI..d Quiet Title I being dated. July 4. 1921. ham filed sail Quality Printing Standards
11.41.2 Otl... : ...... In my office and haa made. appllleltlin I The town ordinance requires such I nesday, of lath week to Monday on account -
1 all to Whom I It May Co"'*bill. of eo" I for tax dueJ. to Ia.". In accordance lights. The police: force are instructedto of the marriage. of the principal !.

plaint It .aprearln In the abov.b" the caua sworn that "'T.' known, I with'"al"law.certhllcates respectively .mb""",. the arrest all violators of this ordlI Pr"r.V.. O. Duval.I which took Bradford County Telegraph"Printing
pemoe.' belleve.1: to b. int.restd" I..t'f: re.1rty I fi.llowlng. lamia Bradford county. Floride..as.sse.i I nance after November 1, 1923. This I place at Hampton on October 25th.
eenbe4. I data' of the Uevianee of aurhiertlneate. .
therein at
alleeeatherein gives those without such lights Prof. Duval and, bride returned Saturday
herelnaf. a
dance la unknown, and .ftor dll-, In the name r-peetlvely I I Matter of the Better
that they do. not know.able and to ........In .ten particularly set forth. ICertilteata wc.'k to conform to the ordinance.C. ansi are located at the home of
vent Inquiry baa not been are in ....letuna. No. 2H embraces Eaet Quarter L. I'EEK.Iayol': Mr J. E. Brown.
If any or the known d.f.ndante there area of Southwest Quarter of Southeaat .. .. U.ln_ CV not and that



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III/\t! \ .:/:I': P i I. HAMPTON NEWS. .- NOTES :i rENT-A-WORD' I FOUNDComfort -- !

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.MiHCplluiu-oim Shower I
Prenuptial I'arty I
i ) Turnrr-IIutal) Wedding.
W. M. U. and friends
:Mrs.' C. E. Harper, entertained, in
f. One of the prettiest events of the Miss llatt Kulcc; Turn-
honor of her sinter! Miss Hatt Turner complimented LOST-Small crocheted hand bag, reward -
Thursday I
,,11 ; It season was the wedding last and her It'uestti: Byrcl Mulla- ner with a miscellaneous shower at if returned to Mrs. J. T.
evening, Oct. 25th, at 5 p. m., at
the Ilomi of !Urn. W. U. All.xan It*
a afternoon.
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper d.last. Wednesday I'r'l Quigley. and beside
hall and dinning room Oct. 2rd:! at 4'M:: p. m. Joy our HEATERSon
L f when Mrs. Harper's sister, Miss
decorated with I The (guests: were invited into
Hattie Eules Turner and Mr. Odd were beautifully living' room where they enjoyed a social I FOR SALE-Two roller sugar mill,
U'alicu Duval were united In the Delicious( I chnt for thirty minutes. good frame, 80 gallon!: boiler. Bar cool days

Holy Matrimony. Rev. :Mullady of I On arrival of the bride, Mrs. A. gain. D. W. Alvarez, Starke. .. I
the afternoon.
( Jacksonville performed the pretty Durden Invited the guests into
and handsome
I The lovely! trousseau A'j
H ring ceremony under a beautiful arch exhibited., Suggestion parlor where they first saw the FOB SALE-New timber cart, har-
gifts were'
; In the living room, which was beautiful covered well. Miss. evelyn .. ,
husband mules D. W
how to successfully handle a ness, three bargain.
In its elegant simplicity, carrying
) softly played "Love's Old Sweet I
and some house remedies were r'u,1thnt Alvarez, Starke, Fla.
I : out a color motif of pink and Kong" while :Miss Turner was: blindfolded t
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amusing. Lovely -- ---- -
1 cut flowers andferns were very : '
,j yellow. Lovely
and conducted to the well by
the decorations. music, from the Edison and Piano FOR RENT-!t-room) house in town
I i furnishing enjoyed.The | Mr W. B. Alexander supposedly, with toilet and bath also good
: Mullady rendered a was ;
l Miss Byrd to make wish.. Then a presentation I
t Mrs.A.
the hostess was assisted! by farm 8 miles northwest of Starke.
beautiful wedding on
I in made in behalfi
I; At the appointed time the A. Kutch, Mrs. E. C. Williams, speech rhyme was E. M.\ Johns, Starke. It
ptono. and Mrs. J. C. i of the Society. It was truly a well ,
!Mrs. W. IJ. Alexander
with her 1 ------ -
bride entered tho room i
wishing crowd, for Miss Turner I is I
Mr. who Culdwell served brick ice cream and FOR RENT OR SALE-The Cashatt ,
brother-in-law Harper
'very popular and has the beat wi .h,':!
gave her in marriage! to the groom. delicious pound cake, tarrying out ''of everybody. property. Preferably sale. Splendid -
:;, The bride was lovely, in her traveling th color scheme of decorations, which She received many beautiful and bargain for ready buyer. G. W.

i suit of brown silk crepe ro- ;: were pink and yellow. I useful gifts and with each oma Alderman, courthouse, Starke.
main touched with bronze: trimming i 10-2G-2t
beautiful and witty poem was .
7'' I Her hat was of brown velvet, with I i Junior' II. Y. P. U. The gifts and poems were IriV.n'l -
a handsome ostrich plume encircling, '' i the onlookers as theywere LOST-One white pointer dog, named
The following program was rendered among eager ,I Dock. Anyone knowing of his
the nnd dropping! over the left ;
cram I drawn from the well.
Y. P. U. lust
,I the Junior B.
hy whereabouts will\ please notify N.
veil and brown ,
shoulder. She wore
| After the cli"plny of gifts n cnn-
'Inurs'ilny evening Subject"A:
I). Wainwright: Starke, Fin.
accessories to mutth. She carried \
Who Became a King." ,, test was Riven. Miss Jones won the
hephenl Boy 10-2C-2t
: un exquisite arm )bouquet of bride'sroses. booby prize.
Hon\t-Naill.,1\ to the Cross.
I Prayer-Hilda. Refreshments consisting of dainty FOR SALE-Ten lots and one hou l'.
l ti i After the the bride and I
ceremony Business Period. mnrshmallow cream and punch were Will also exchange a good Hudson
., groom: left, on the north bound limit
Drill on !\I"mory'orkLeader.. automobile for real estate. The au-
ii ed', amid showers of good wishes and Lender, in charge, Annie May H'rvPd'n. to is in !good, running condition. Ap-

the ever present rice showers. \IVarce. Y. I' U. ply to W. E. Daugherty. J It

It They left for n short wedding Journey Samuel Looks for a New King- The following program was rendered Wood coal '
burning and
Il : to parts. unknown. They will be ('J l'0 Price. by the n. Y. P. U. at the Baptist FOR SALE-Two mules and harnes, burning combination -

p I at home to their' friends at Lawtey, I Samuel Asks to See David-Fred Church last Sunday evening. one double wagon, one two horse

t after October 2Uth. Ward. ':Sonfj-Brighten the Corner. disc harrow, one weeder and three coal and wood burning Heaters. Beston
Mr. Duval was formerly from Atlanta David is AnointedRayVlllinms.. Subject-Missionary by Products.! single plows all for $275.00. II. L

'I Gn., but for the past three Something About David-Marvin Scripture lesson, Matthew 28:1920 !)- Brownlee. 1-2-tf. the market. Prices for
his home in Bradford pocket-
years he has made Williams. : () Acts, )1-8.-Evelyn Jones. every
County. lie was principal' of WANTED 50 farm
Herbert Dur- Sentence Prayers.Daily RENTER acre ,
}David und Harp-
the Lawtey High School. He has Rl.alInl-Qulz Leader. one-fourth mile from Starke, with : Book

many friends here who hold him in : den.Roll Call with Quotations. Introduction-By the Leader, Mary three hundred loads lot fertilizer.I
the highest esteem. Mrs. Duval wogformerly
( Closing Song-Jesus Loves me. Price. Desire renter with force and stockto

I the death from of Leaksville her mother, Miss., which After I'l'Ily'r-Novillll King. Lawhorn.Missionary f Uy-products Prof. run two plows. D. E. Knight, $1.75 to $35.00

t f occurred, about three years ago, she I Social RJplift--Wilma Alexander., Starke, Fla. !9-21-t) .
I i has made her home with her sister, Mr. and Mrs..1. II. Hayes, and I LitcratureI'reeVynn..

.8l Mrs. Harper. With her' charming I family, of Glenn, :Michigan, are the Maps and Surveys-Jvssic Wil w
i personality she bus endeavored herself : guests of Mr, and Mrs. C. Van Al- liams.!' I RED CROSS MET TEST

i4 to everyone. stine this week. Jesus, the World's, Light-Edwin,) I
r L t I Both bride and groom have n host Wheeler.

r I' of friends! who unite in wish inthem/: Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen entertainedas !Medicine' and lJyiene-\larJlo! ; i IN JAPAN FUND! DRIVESpirit .

6f kl every happiness in their married guests\ this week, Mr. R. D. Raw- Houser. C I

Ii rb e... Icy and grandson, lIaHterIervin.: Public F.ducntion-Lorene Cheshire I
Tose who enjoyed this delightful .
Prof. Lawhorn.Mr.
t'' Closing Prayer-
occassion Wl'refr.! and Mrs. C. E. I of Service Demonstratedin
l Williams, Mr. and, Mrs. J. II. Saxon, Mr. Will Hayes of Fitzgerald, Ga., -
Mr. and, 1\1 I'M.V.. II. Griffin, Mr. and Is the /guest: of his brother, O. Haynes : Oscar Dubose who has- been Readiness for Nation.

i Mrs A. A. Durden and daughter, of this place. attending school in Peoria, Illinois, wide Activity.When .

1 i1 Hilda, !Mrs :Mary Geiger, Mrs. Lnvna has recently visited his grandparents -
i1 Durden, Mrs. II. !-'. Chcsser, Mrs. :Mr, and, Mr. S. M. Simmons of Otter !Mr and, Mrs. David l Jon"" .. II1

W. IJ. Alexander, and (laughter, Wilma Creek, were the guests of :Mrs. wits on his way to his home at Vero, President Coolidge by proclamation .
.e ,I Prof. Lawhorne, Miss. Daisy Simmon's parents last Sunday.Mrs. and, he was accompained, by hN l rIll1,11)j designated, the American Red II I
f T? 1 Moore of Theressa and Miss parents, Mr. anti l Mrs.\ D. Jone
.I Beryl Cross a* the medium through which

t Mullady of Jacksonville. J. F. Sullivan is the guestof Rev. John :Mullady of ..Jncklonvillerrt.Iw,1 I contributions for relief of the Japan r

her son, Cleveland Sullivan, of ese earthquake sufferers should How .
I to a large and
Mrs.' I. J. Priest ami, Rev. N. T. Tht> ,?
I reMRIl. audience hero last Thursday evening.I: I the President' desire came as nil or

i t King nre attending the annual liapi Brother Mullady\ was formerly a resident :, der to the Red ('roil''!. Immediately
t' list Association at Island 1 Grove this Brother R. I. L. Jenkins of McIntosh of Hampton. lIe was pastor the entire machinery of the organlia.

1 week.' preached the Christian church of the Christian church here for sev- I II lion was put In motion and within 24

a I last Sunday morning end evening I eriil I years. He Is /greatly esteemed I hours tho fund campaign was moving For

t Rev. Jones will fill his regular appointment l His sermons were full of interest I l h v the citizens of Hampton who were I j with vigor In every part of the country quick Heating our Oil Heaters are unsurpassed -

t at the Baptist church Sunday and received many complimentary eager listeners to his ever helpful | ,

1 morning and afternoon. comments from all denominations. I[I and, interesting' sermons", once more. i i, This emergency' tent demonstrated ..-any kind you like, Nickel Trim,

__ .. the peacetime readiness of the Red
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1II! ft I Cross to cope with stupendous tasks ,
ST. MARK'S CHURCH fiectntions. I. !\Wednesday attendance
tI I Red Cross Field 'In behalf of humanity. Within a
'J I was Ill, an increase of 18
?' month It had collected upwards, of
I The services for the twenty-third over the week before. Next Wedncs-! Of Action Covers $10,250,000 'In contributions landedten $7.00 to $11.00

Sunday after Trinity wil Ibe at It a. I day evening will be "Men's Night," I
cargoes of supplies at Japaneieports
m. | when the work of men will be considered I All the World and with
was keeping pace re-
Sunday after Trinity will be at It I
\, a. and all men of the church and I I list requirements without a sin.I .
+ day 7:30 .
: p. m.BAPTIST Ranges
f Congregation are invited to be pres Represented by 93,633 members the I,Ille dollar of the fund' being spent for I' $50 to $150

American Red Cross penetrate to administration.

CIIURCII BULLETIN ent.The Bible readers are increasing in nearly every part of the world. The President Coolidge In expressing Stoves
Insular and foreign roll call statistics $12 to $75
niimner. Last week there were 23,105 his thanks to the people Bald: "When
I The regular services will be held 1 for the past year are a moat conclusive the news of the tragedy In Japan first
t verses read by those reporting. We manifestation of the Red Cro.espirit
o on Sunday, with the exception of the reached us, the American Red Cross
are looking for a report of at least carried Into the most remote
r evening worship, which will bo dispensed pursuant to a proclamation asked the
landi. In Europe there 4.085m.mben
2!>,000 next Sunday. Some have be- are
for f5.000.flOO to meet the
with in order to join in a union ; 'In Turkey and active !. country '
l f; service in the Interest of temperance gun to read the New Testament thru the Constantinople Chapter 3545. China great emergency. The answer to this A atAI

J to be held in the Methodist once a month. Join the "Bible Readers has an enrollment of 2,252; Africa, appeal was prompt and generous; In.

I church. Association," and come next Sun- 111; India. 224, and Australia. 29. less than two weeks" a sum far In excess
; The Bible school,meets at Ul.: : a. day with a statement of the number Even Vladivostok 'la frigid Siberia of the original goal was given. i
The work of the Red Cross for
t m. Divine worship at 11:00, when read. baa a live chapter with 100 members. I
the pastor will speak on Stewardship. The Philippine Islands can mobilise Japan Is expected to Influence a very I I

,'t-s There is not a department of human Our correspondents will please bearin ".T47 under the Red Cross banner large enrollment of new recruit durIng I a
Roll Call which starts Armistice !
activity in which the matter of stewardship mind that anything that reaches and Hawaii 7.863. The total funds the I

I Is not today a topic of vital us Inter than Wednesday morning, railed through foreign and Insular Day.

importance. We shall consider it in |I may come too late for publication, membership enrollment and sent to '0
the relation of life to God. also that anything not signed with national headquarters In Washington I

Our mid-week meetings, on Wednesday the writer's name cannot) be published mounted to $80.216.64, while an additional !- Furniture F'cllah. I
Ir a Q evenings, are going past ex-! at all. $33.850 was forwarded for the For nn excellent ttmilture rmlNh mix I
endowment fund of the American Red together half n quart- each of turpentine -
1 'I Cross. The high It'al"oll, call In 1922 paraffin, vlu-'nar: and nienthjlntea I
was an Inspiring success. The Navy spirit In a pint bottle. When in use I

j II:I GENERAL INSURANCE signed on 4.331 for the, Red, Cross and hake well and sprinkle n little on a :'
the merchant ships 4141. Of the total ill i ft rag and well rub on the furni!

INMAN & RITCHFIRE. membership outside the United ture. rollaU with n soft duster.

i--L1 States 13,990 are registered with chapters .

FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE In foreign lands the Insular pos ,
j ti I sessions and dependencies.

Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14

Hours Every Day. "1 want to; therefore I can!" Is the SUNDAYSERVICE : Stove Pipe, Elbows, Dampers Rings Mats
spirit that spurs the Red Cross worker ,

STARKE, FLORIDA Im well-doing. Shovels and all accessories.

In Cll't'u.t' Court. "'t.t. of Florida. Elhlh Complete line of Fire-place Accessories
I li __ For over 35 year the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company has furni>h.d : Judicial,. Circuit Bntilford County In Chn.

.q I( grower with fertilizer. The continued patronage of eiperienced F1oric:1a'l, eery.Julie Complainant.Knlnht. a widow We are open to serve I: Andirci jf various styles, $1.75 J to $ J 10.00

)J'l\ proof of MtUfactory remit. .
Ton Felledand j you seven days each I II ,
COULD BETTER FERTILIZER 118 MADE WB WOUD MAKE IT. I bin wit.. Defeniliint Edna Fill. I I Fenders and. Pokers.

I ) 7 Writ Far New' Fall Price I.Ut Jut !..*... 1\ nI.Mnrie" ,.! by a"IoIIvlt arprmlfd" to week .
I hili BW in the bov. stated emu that th.1 i
i '< O. Painter Fertilizer Co Jacksonville, Fla ant Folly therein and Kilna FjlU. hi.. wife. the .. ." GAS AND OILSTATION :
named are non-raldenu
of the
u I I I stare ,.f "nloIa. and nr. eix-h midenu of 'I I Everything to Make the Home Comfortable
_ ... runihorUnci. In the Met. of Maryland of the
ykr .A. 'U" I'nltnt !Mate of America, and are each over I I
'the ego of t..nl'.n. yearn: It la thereto. I
Send Your Dresses Etc.To .mlrred that laid non-rraldent defendant b.end All Repair Work i I
't Rugs Draperies are hereby required" to appear to the bill
of ...m"la."t filed In .."t caune. on or .before. I
MnmlaT. the till day of December A. D. U28. Guaranteed
; otherwU the alienation. ecid'bill DeWitt C. Jones
of will be :
', taken. an. ennt....... by laid defendant I I Ii
L'urt.n" ordered that this. order be pub-
Montgomery French Dry Cleaning Co. 11.. TUtor. tour cnaeutive weeka In the Brad- .
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County Teteaph' a i
newspaper published Stern's

t f4 Largest and Best Dyeing; and Cleaning Plant in the South Thia In. Mid October county 31.and 1U23.O.state W. ALDERMAN. i RlJage!!! Ii STARKE

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