Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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I .", ',llshed 187'J.ME -= Subscript urn-Per Year $:: .OO ; Sit tcI1th".. <: .()( '; .\ lIble! In Aihancc.! : l.. S.1\lattl1ews". IMitor: and [Proprietor.;:: .'. '
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I I.l rOIOT-FIVE. STAI5KE, .'LOIUU.I'n II n', Nm I?Ml:IIll: !9 I. 1'i-M.! : I"IJlfm TWENTY.

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R inroads; Should be Forced to

Squeeze Water From Stocks _
as .tIt43InIW..dIIlIPP'.f1AA. lllWllIIIIw.AlltW'D.otr: .j
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Banks Write-off Bad Assets; :, !ii /-.o/-/ -:" / 'f'r.; ; j -- f.I,

: // ;Y--/ No ('uses' of Much Interest. Ilefore .
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sal of Esch-Cummir.s Act is First Step Toward :Joe -

I Lower Freight and Rates 1 The full !trim of circuit, court fur
Passenger Stale Rail
so I ti' ; thin county oneiied 1 1 :Monday innrnmcf.i

Laws Can Operate Again. \Vhy Should Pub- I 1fr,71 Mid-e 1\. \". \Le.nu/ \ pt'. sided, and ..1.dki" (C.
.\ I'::-q)? as Iatl', attorney. Othir .
lic: Guarantee Interest Returns on Privately \ V5isi ill atilt ;i.,i'i!' of the court were, 0"-". W.

I ,\ld"I'I1IIII.1"1'1." ., 1'. A. 1 Knight, deputy
I Owned Railroads Stocks? t9i 1 w' i tc h t III I II clerk, W. J. K.'pc: i inn' ",hei'iff( W .y'

I v. ; tV. llui-ilen, vhie-f deputy, Jacob J. .
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J fi-hns nncl W, S. Hlakel.v, bailiffs ,
i"n for the Telegraph by William -t of gross overcapitalization and I "jO'.t J 3) I '1'1,,> ,limits to serve: after those A

II. Shearer) exploitation.Railroads jI first summoned, who. .pleaded( valid excuses '

..t ;is the real financial condition Are artists at Withholding::1 I hud, been released, were as follows ;'
railroads: with unfunded debt Fuels ( :

ii ? It is difficult, without much effort:,,, i .,.# .r (;rand Jury J
,i'ic' face of their capitalization to get the fuels before the public, the '
U9.S cent of ::1 E. M. Haion, I".. F. Flume, A. r.
Hole they are grossly U"l'U'"I''- per our population, tho I.
I Starling, Elisha( W. Hosier
utlucers and
J consumers who
J. are!
process has been going on for being mulcted by the c\cotfsivu. rntiiunder : j k Hornnb\' \ W. 13. Norman, J. K. Norman
nod is continually ,Ana the ICsch-Cummins;:: act. ( (1V. Hlnson, 11. (G. Aldormnn,
r ns! show that the progrc breaking The railroad stuck owners, seven I t rq ? icv'J I II Knoeh 1 (,ril1\\.., ieo., Cone, D. W. John if
tenths of Hon, P. A. CiitNuy, A. C. Hall, S. IIThoMinmin ,
one cent of
I has been reached. If so, it is per our! p''>pula-
>,1,1' not the funeral of the pjbi tu>n, control I directly or indirectly a T. A. Andrews! Truman
N 1 //r
/y Thonian II. J. '
i lu> public, OU.3 per cent of. our large part of the press and other public I I
,t tan, the producers n.d con- ationj, which are prohibited from I i X *' l j 1 i ( ) t I ill Petit Jury

has now and has had (during,\ publishing articles, written by men ( : $ ;r$ ''i U. II. Flitch, (J. II. Pearce, T. I.. ''
1 ., ,i three years, its own funeral, umUrstaMliiiff the railroad business,, I ; I Wninwricrht l M. l II. (Carter, J. W.Clnxkiiii .
t I" the grossly excessive fveight in which full facts are given. I ; U. A. Newi.cmi/; '' J, M. Roil' 1
i.lur; rates under the UaehCumil. To confuse and camoullage the issue II I I diih, J, 1'. Snpp' F, !M. Norman, I<. 1 1.. '
articles by profe sional writers I j / / I Connor, J. 11. llenm-tt\ J. E Sullivan. \1
i ,11 her evidence that practical- and others with no understanding< or I Civil !Docket

.f the railroads have p\hiU8l- knowledge of the railroad busines--, I, : ,b-v Nfei / The following. canes Were dispoxedof '
given full und I : ", Ar.Sn \ u
:.. ni\ ',!h gross ovur nJitali7.atjon arc complete publicity.An r :
,hL, and ability to issue now article of this chni.icU-r, untitled Virginia-Carolina Chemical! Co.s
they are now purchasing their "The Future of the Hllilro.uls"uppelll'ed II >n n "L I Ii Ii 4
; I I K "M m..nLJaL.jiL.LiL[ U. II. Green; damagnn $100. Pleas byIcl'emlaii
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heal on the Installment plan, : i (' ,! withdrawn' and court asked '
.u! issuance of ear trust ccrtilii Evening Pobl, written by bane to enter judgment

F. Mnicosson. Air. Marcusson is an i:i The United States of America, nl- vcmlitir II I. 11M8. I (proheiiHions for the fate of the loved Moncl\ i le.ulizer, t1" VA R. H. Oreeiidnmnncs "

i cur trust ccitlflcatos prow out excellent professional writer.( Writ- I though u young nation, has n voluminous I Ones, who had (1\01111,\ to I Europe in the $IIOU. Pleim of defendant
: necessity of weak rniinuds to ink; is hu: profession Ho writ and hi.tory---n history of struggles, Armistice Day-what memorial it I withihawn, and court. asked to outer, x .
funds by other methods than hOlt written on many subjects. An *as; also of victories. from Cornwnl- does recall! The end of over four muse of humanity and civilixulion, .ludginenl.Peoples. ti

icl.narily: used in floating Axed article by the late Hubert Louis Slev- ,is'j surrender, October 19), 1781, which years of the greatest carnage in the and it gives us an additional incentive f tan It vt Jlwk. onvIllQ VHllradfcird

itions. uiisoi), great writer that he was, on 1 "i'i.v: gave birth to our republic, to the I world's liistniy-of the greatest, destruction I to thank tho Lotd l of Hosts fur county. Judge (ImiualllieilJiuneH .

r.. r the handicap of n lar.ro; debt the tailroud I situation, would be of (liama at Appomattox, April i 9, 1805, the greatest sorrow and (( noosing us to turn the balance( Reynolds. VH A. /. Ail (ins, 1
i..aid ruilroudi could n'it so- no inure iuiu.Uc.it value than such article sl.en! / it was reborn, history records Buffering! How blessed were the ;a iirnumt autocracy and 1%l'e,1 for unipiru dlllllll l'K fOUl Verdict for d und, e
i mds: for the purchase of oquip- .1 as tiliove described. 'many fateful days for the young mi- I, words tout announced the end of till .--to thank Gut; the /giver, fur ant. K
through the use of generali ( Can a man master the railroad !business I i t lion. Hut since the last day mention- this, un the day that will ever be hallowed I "nova hearts, generous, hands and O.; W. Lewis VH S. A. L. R o.nl' ,
i; No investor was willingi J.;"('ut Kiibjett that it is, and d, nothing has been so important toI by memory. I pU-ntlful !Klores. Thc-n let us culelirtito I I damages 0000. Continued I 1:011- I'I I II +
i n hose a weak railroad's bond it IJ i ii scatter Ms I) time and thought or follow -I ourselves and the wo.) I as the armistice ; We Americans have n double cause II rmlhtica Day) in the right sent An

i i"s, whose tangible i security deed another profession. The writer that ended the World. War, No- ((0 celebrate Him day; it ended the apUONOIt "- I Oc-nla Fertilizer Co. VII W. )II I Kd-:, t'
in fifteen less and of this can positively say no, based I
years or wards, damages $'lt)0. Verdlci: for
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i nior to all existing funded debt upon thirty years of experience in spirit.'I' I nlauitiff $11/7.1'6' and $25 atLnrh"Y'1IrOl' y ,

i d Inlt: at the tune of issue. This the railroad business. ARMISTICE DAY WILL HK (1111 I ROLL OF It. H. R. I'OU ;/ .tKEU$ KEPOUl' POP- .
necessitated the creation of Male Railroads: Squecre Water From '
on Inflated/ Slacks II SERVED AT WOMAN'S cum SECOND 1\1 US) I'll I ULA'iioN OK 1211 i roi HTAKM; Jirnclfurd County flank vs Joo Ash- )'.( f
l.lament" obligation which could ford, A. A. .Smith and J. D. Rowe, f'
,riled from the other funded Tile same responsibility as upon nationul damiiri'IOI; : ). Defendatils" withdrcwpica ,
First gradeEd Naff, Jr. WilliamrdumilH !!iSp< ,
bunk directors, olllcers and the !
i dress of the railroad. Mrs Jennings Will !Make\ Address at ., and caked .that ,judgment bo entered ,
:,\under" which the car trust stockholders, should be upon railroad I Sunday Afternoon Meeting r ': < Jackson Rivers, Leo KdvmU ; I Pressings on Call and Ninth iM'ninsl I hem. .,. *te
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,I U .., commonly Known as the directors, olllcers and stockholder for I \ : Marlhu I'owell, GeorgiaHII.MIVS Sam ciinberu, vs KlHtahclh: DC-C-H- sy
the coin.t of railroad funds. Especially : I Mabel! Thurntuii, Coiu" UolluAtntklund I co.jJ;;;;
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,. phm plan, are issued, has be- I, I The town met in regular I lani'iges .fJ"it: !Pliias willidrnwn by
ij.le'| well btand.uduod., The if they are to continue to re- There will bo an Armistice Day i Edith Thornton, Freda '''s?
.i'I 1 enters into a contract for rive as Hemi-public institutions, the ' .it with the mmutacllll''r: and guaranteed returns through freight o'clock ut the Woman's Club house. .- (olid i A'rtlllenniolul'rh.; Kuiiid : ; "I'i chairman, A. O. Andreu' L. A.I I ,

un initial payment on the ..tip- and passenger rates under the H-oh- :\\hi<. W. S. Jennings, of Jacksonville, C'.iiuiva, Mildred. Luw.n, Luis Aukui I I'nviH' Jr., John Uglow, ..I.V.. While. i' .defendant: (
Cummins act at tho of the / S. U. Johns, Jr !lln/.ul( Rogers! j i I
1 equipment without l'elelvin'd"lIce !-( expense who is already. fuvoiilo speaker Minutes of last ,inec-ting were read I ) i
",. than a receipt for such public at Urge, 1)9.3)! per cent of our th Etarlio audiences, will deliver ;.Man, iirct NciT, LOIS !Long, Marjorie I'i' I'(1' 1 1 approved. i plcnn and agreed that judgment be
'nt.s population, the producers and con- the add i'ess. Mrs. Jennings is first I' "Martha!unit') Dorothy Kiteh; Lillian O"l'rili, CoiiiiniUoo on taking census reported '''filtered iii':.lot him and sureties on j t; '
Urowrilcc Charles Me-
n the equipment is ready for sumers. i Nice president of General\ I Federation Henry / "h"WIIloUI/ <' number, ut citizens of \bond fur $:L 20. r
i"Y; n formal agreement Is drawn Thevu tel' should bo squeezed out Woman's ('Iul... of the United', .\i dhm, Sinclair Puck, Jr., Freeman Staike to be 121( I. A petition( ( wa i also .1. C'. MeCoi-lilln\ : vaV.. II. Parks, r M
( n the manufacturer and an in- of both' capital railroad stuck and States, and, an ox-preBldant of the i|I v\il\ ".11, Kldredge: Iobllli(
1 I al, an association, cnrpor iti'inI bonds or funded debt, just as nntion.il rloridii Federation., l-.lhi'l: Griffin, teacher. ai-King the council to pass an ordinance $115.:!((1 and $'-.i iiltornev'i fees. .1 J
I Ir\'st\ company. Then one of ther banks lire required to write bad as- Music will be tinder the direction I|i Th..1. J.tl'ude-1\I1l1'y\ lirnwnlcc, Sara prohibiting cows on thu streets Criiiiin.il I Durkrt\
I !
Charles l
Hope" llujnc'S, Smgley, HurryKdvMinlM
puts our their books. There can bo no '' of Starke.
leases the equipment to a rail- of :ilrs. K. K.. I'errynvin, and the pro- Brown LucileL'llwiircl.s. 1'he grail jurors concluded Iholrinvc'stigiitions
< Margaret ,
half-way course. i iKuilroiuls :|: I L. A. Davis, Jr, presented" the ordinance I
giam is directed by !Mrs. L. A. Davis. MillS Jell.liu 'IhomaH, teach. Wediiexdnv! and after r.
lease is then assigned by the privately owned lire not Special music will be a cantata entitled I and in.iiln u motion thai the ri-turiung sundry true lulls, were ,dinchaiged. -
,dual, association, corporation or entitled to be treated, under the Esch "The Landing of the Pilgrims," | Fourth grade.-lien Slernberg, Annie "iiilen be> waived and thu ordinance betaken '' Up to this writing Iho following _"
i i ompany, through a trustee, and Cummins act or any other act, with' nnla male. quartette will sing! "Some j: V'urnes, EtholinVhite, Howard[ up without referring same to I UIMCH have, been. ,diHmiMC'd of:
ro t bearing certificates of "bcn- the u id of Federal injunction, to. special time, Somewhere." Tho quartette is lljdorn, Evelyn Slump, Joe Jirosvn, I tho committee on rules, laws and, 01',1 Slato vs A. J. Cowart, Indicted for L
,I interest in tho association" n'-c- protection thru grossly excessive composed of Messrs. L. G. Powell, S. Freeman'arnes, Louise Kdwardi: dinance., Mr.' Arnlrc'U, Hucondcd crime n r ra'r hut nature-. Nollu \proiixed asi
"''d and sold to the public. The rates at the expense of the pub-I j, K.: Rich, L. F. Smith and John Pow- I Pnulinu Dubose. Miss Nellie :Stearns::; motion and. the chairman called for u by moti i'' 'iecd.i' are used to pay tho manu lict large, tho producers and consumers I' ell. Those singing in tho cantata will teud'r. vote, and the motion was lout. Tho State vs It. M. Prevatt, forgnrly/ t.

i r .icter.. The title to the equipment 'J'J.3 per cent of our popula I be: Sopranos, Mesdames A. Z. Ad- fifth grade-Alice Fernnndej!, K,Inii I- ordinance was referred to the cuntIntittto I and uttering forgc-ry. Two eased;
'eel .oils with the trustee for the bent tion. | kins K. for report.The .
I I L. Diggs, J.V. Andrews, Jr., lluttu, Muriel Silcox, Milton both. nolleproMsed on motion of state.
of the shareholders, until all ohms The Esch-Cummins act should be A. ,V. Anderson; altos, Mrs. D. I''.. llrownlt-p, Jr., Klton: Cone Merrill mailer of newer extension un State v'.hm. Tlson) 'grand hares-
""''nl I ;. of the issue have been paid.Tin promptly repealed, disposing of its',;i Knight, Misses Ethel Grimn and IIildi Futch, liichard! ]Long, James, Richard, f'herry street to take care of property flyI; nolle pro-oied on motion of state

., method can lie compared with questionable status, and the railroadsleft Struth; Lass; L. G. Powell, L. F. Uninwnght/ / '1'honaaVillinms. Miss, <>f L. II. Partridge/ on the old State/ VH J. /, Anders, and Owen Anders )
oil n 'vI:' wed couple buying furniture to the jurisdiction of the states, I 1 Smith; tenors, John Powell and II. C. iKiilnl 1 liullen, tellc er. hotel hlu('k was referred, to the street ; assault with intent to nviriler, ) '..
on 'h' 1II v illment, plan. There is this in which they are incorporated and Wall. cnmniitlec.
of defendants.
/ I Sixth grade Iris. Ilrown Leila bee continued on mil .on
d} IT?i t.,?,,, however. The newlywed built, unhampered by Federal injunction I The street committee. wan also
The World War soldiers, national I Ardr. WI', PenrlllInning; Evelyn; State; vs n" u> (Fields' murder In
:-n a rule has youth earning Mr. Coolidge owes it to the strutted to investigate Hewer ,' .
guards and veterans of J. J. I>i'klson'ump .StriiUland:; Odm, Hardee, Theodore in'l first degree' ; not in custody.State. 1!
and its future assets public at large the producers and I tions for Muse MackViiI Keen 1
as i are invited to be present. A Young, Louise Hayes. Miss Mild: ", v> W. '1". (lilt, desertion and
the railroad railroad !99.3)! cent of I J. C. Mnrininff.Mr. \ .
our /
or consumers, per pop. cordial invitation is extended! to the"eneral Cru l h teacher. witbholding nieanx of support; not
equipment the installment illation to insist that the forthcoming I ? : Andreu offered resolution
on I a ,
public. ti 'nth grade-IMna: Strickland, niHtoily
> ,' unpaired credit and n bad congress repeal it. which was unanimously ndopled, ro- I
Ruth: Sternherg, Merrill Struth, l.r: Slate. \x Nathan Stephens, forgery; b i v
--.-- I ;MII' ring, the S. A. I.. Kiiilwny: comi of .
:NEGRO KNOCKED IN IIKAD I nest 'I JHirnquest, luaehc-r. : null pro M'd I on motion :
i I':,>huh gra i vttKC's WIIITEY |I,[ court house.! I -- ; : Thomas i; Andrews, Carlyle Hiti,'h, Jacobirecn. Tall and Ninth streets in the town nf find. utli-rinf forcory. Plead guilty. r e'
Slarke.The I
The progressive spirit of our citizens Early Sunday morning, J. (; Mrs liessie McGruder! teach :tenlericed; to two yearn In penlton-
I colored who lives S. A. 1.. Hallway I
:'re ,tVRI Have Improvement just north of town, er. company tinrv.Thurmlny. + f
Is shown the with
in rapidity was knocked) in the head with an axe through:: their attorney! I':. M. Johns, forr-ioon, alt tho Tel.- .
Ninth Guisio Mae Bennett
I grade- I
reel Lighting System j i which this improvement met favor blunt ..rll"'rtt..cIIn" agreement for. the cityto
or i some instrument. Dr. IJiggl Elise .In lies. I graph: closes, IU forms, tho court tl ,.
: after the suggestion;: : won made. At I was called and found the victim in a '1'",' fth grnda-.ttlancho: Alderman, c'oriKtruct electric: light lines aero a still in session In our next 'issue WO ,
cp in the lino of progress semi-conscious condition with '' tho Raid railroad I, and, the :same was of ,
appnr-; thefurther proceeding
efforts being made to will rive
present are Ilu.:'h ilrownlee, Iris EII'r! >lOn, tsal'dFerni'dez
.cment, lead easJy to the ,
I five six f"rrud to the committee electric-
cntly or wnund-i in the head. on
the .. taion.<
have the white extended beyondthe : ; K: jnire Perkins, Claudia e'
\ i an o It'-rnwth nf the excel way | He remained in the Bi'mi-con.scioui '' light; i aril water works. -

M' tint which i Is bei'ig! ; infnlin courthouses west to the site of the state for several hours. j, Terri, Laura Wynn.__. Ueo., C. White pros 'ii ted, his resignation IUNKS CLOSEDOn >>
> imcipal light; plant, Call 'i ii : Christian church. Citizens alongWalnut Hi3: wife F.mmi; Thomas )I an a member of the hoard presented UrrSI.TI'EIEETI; : n CLUB .
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h ': of city
i ness center our /huiid tru "M: of. the town of St.irkn,
street are also aJitlltinllhu herself at the county jail hunday) 12lh '
ii'' with .1-1 I :Vordny\' Nov. our pincer ;
n..sum system oat as! any ns city t In''I'question of installing the same kind ',1 morning and stated toV.. W. Uaisden .I :Mrs. Joseph |1I0..m'r; Will Speak at waft and
"f'our I size can boast of. The I 1 I of poets nI'mg that street for tho full j red., deputy Mr. Llaisden sheriff, accompanied what had! occur her II l'tIettilllCiut: Wednesday | A. Z. Adkms and, H. !S.= Matthews: I el-bruti'in Itrndford' nf County Armistice Dank Day., Flank of

t '"3, backed by the city length of the present pavement 'II tI to the house and though in the meantime were nommnled to fill the unecpired nyA
.t.. 'ed the nnvcment to in- i]I I There is hardly any q-jeHion to''1'the I the victim had, been removed l to Nest: Wednesday afternoon, the 1 II terns of two years, and upon ballot. c'tarko. ;i.
I Ih ,ht poet) along each sideiss '' advisability! ( of such 1 improvementt '| tae; doctor's office, found) evidences of iruf: ,, there! will be a legislative meeting \Ir. Matthews was elected. Tho elork btf
; street. The r.r ipr[ ,rty i for it will give to our streets I> what hud occurred. She was lockedin in tier tho direction, of !Mrs. A. 7.. wis Instructed! to notify Mr. Mat- I j' than with same' and Ipavlmr, the same j Y
: I into line and our while I an air of progress. and up-to-date,. jail awaiting tho outcome of the Ad:: ;i .,, chairman. thi'(ws to. 'I| J. I'fy' nt once for the du- 'to bo paid, to the dhin'lim of the
i surcil. |: spirit that is bound to attract interest fracas | Th", 'lava in parliamentary will tn s of tho olTiro.The << { council.! Mr. Andn-u mode a motion
c present arrangement: tho i j, and create favorable comment to our meet ;i* 2 1":;, at the club house. !Mrs bill of J'f.; : Johns! for j to pay Mr. John ,'.'00. The same t i ,

owners pay for the posts, I, city. DEATH OF :MUS.! :MOSELYMrs. I II. If. Young, leader. rut:UK S.: L. Alvarez and llnttie Al- wan seconded by Mr. Davis and un n.nionnly >
< v takes care of the wiring, | At ;. .::i) there will be an address by are/ In mayor's court, wus taken up curried.
ers, laying of cables, and MASONIC. IEF.TI. MONDAY: I I Mrs. .1.1oh Hoem, the Hiibject of and after, hearing/ statements of tho ;,1 A hill was preionted. bv the board
I "iiiir\' current. I I NIGHT-FIRST DEGREE WOKK Missouri Mobely, mother of'' her nd I l-"s. being "Kducation: and) mayor and Mr. Johns Mr. Davis: mada'of bund trunt-eis of llrndford county 4 6

posts are to be of metal, top- Capt. Mosely, of the State Farm, |[ Child Welfare." After tho lecture u motion which, wan seconded<1, .'h one large frosted' globe. The there w'I he a short musical proll'ramlIowc'd Andreu and unanimously carried, to streets in the town of Starke. Sum ,
;- ',all for six!: posts to the block There will be a regular communication passed away Monday, November Cth, [ 'h side of the street. We under- :; of Bradford Lodge No. 33, F. at the home of her son. The burial i mor, of the University of Florida, If tilt above bill. I Clerk wan authorized to buy n new
: that the posts have been order- > & A. M., Monday night, at which entered took place on Tuesday at the Lake I an erci-'l-it speaker' and her lectureis The bill of E. M. Johns for $3 JO1 typewriter for his office, provid.id a ,
r Ind that within sixty days they apprentice degree work will be Kingsley cemetery: A short service being anticipated with much pleas fur, services in connection with Un'i-I j satisfactory allownnco could bo secur r '
s- be in They I I conferred. Visiting Masons invited. I was held at the home before Inter- I ling of tho $30,000 water und) Iiht ud for the old machine.
expected to Tall .t operation.. .-. ar a'l"T""IIJ""r;. mor>t. Ref. Iv-herf" -, arv.Ir.. 'ore.A11 ..r.1t m<>mhon H".7.J! to to pi I ....... ..... I'f... f .-.n ,,t1(/....wnnto "l.mh"r 8th

Site. of the power pUnt west to tae ( becre..1 I --I tile oincialin. ..... ... ta Id" t ent. j.v jk j i i Johns: inaciu u u.Umcnl, in (::0..11-1:' I Ia I to oliij lttj .OJCH.O ,Ul>....<). II I




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tuIDllltDSltmltlLSIItIr1A6StDLfl.'Rid'ttlitpt18u81tAl0tEli) ( 3tTtOpsmlDmasdlt13trT8yslCtdtt! ( ; Habitual Constlpanon Cured I'
ELPS he Real Baseball
in 14 to :31 Days I RED GRG.78;; "> Champion

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs $r rI f.AX-FOS. WITH PEPSIN" It a 'I.i'" : ,n v I J
:" (iri'dSyrupTonic-Laxa'-iveforll i 'nu.i
I so,.,,. o, finefluwaeern rrY, ,. ,nvvwr p.. V'H runnrtwnrw.va t 1 "lhlll.Ollion.) t> It relieves: ;,romp""':; !h""+- WAR'S\ SUffERERS n 1hm.ehu11utthol'ttlt'' a1l1'eo
\ 'uld be taken regularly for 11 to It: \ r< Ir ;'4 I lli.it Manager/ ,'lnim :jfc..r .
( .['IIW or the X Y. (
State News I' Hipluceregulur action. It Stunu'a i i Slums
' Live KiliitKS.': Very pleasant tul'ukjO w' { ithe irieutest of all ,dliiiiond -
; I. L --I Ii bottle tli.impiousviuiii! ',
ij' r r ;
.". w ....." raMNr.t'r4J., Aids 200.000 Veterans and \v tt ,K: Ins third consecutive< i,'I'a f

i Told by Our Exchanges.;; : I FOR INCOME TAX PAYERS Their Families-27.000 Disabled t + Ills iluiiul toani pennant against/ he the mm'l/lll'pit',I"s

9SttWCs ( t"r his t third, gtr+tl I 'J It'i4
1mr.mrmmrnmmmmmYlrmmmC'3rnP.XII1'O_ .._.__,..,____!_! .n_ __ __ :! OLf; C1L91b: 1C73; ar IG I Still in Hospitals. > / \1'ur14, :serk-s H.nt.! yh'Iir.1; v
The issued
following statement is ?
hit .
Approximately a million feet of I Last 1 Saturday night while Deputy :..by collector of Internal Revenue, 1) I, i +" wnnuel'y pilot tliuu| 'mot a peuuanl' ,

lumber wil Ibe shipped by water from Sheriff Lloyd and Special, Officer Ren- Oerow, for the District of Florida. SPENDS $5,866,255 IN YEAR I I 'Fas; '{ a 111:1.1"" league niunagr.I nay ullnr. ] '

Tampa to New York Tuesday in one fro" ( were investigating; a distuibance 11' Forms 1099! and 1093! for filling returns I I II II

} cargo on the :Mnllory line steamship} in the negro quarters of Panama City I of Information are availableat II I

i I Kiowa, which is now loading a full They found some negroes in a heated the office of Internal Revenue, nt Individual Attention Assured to I

:!ii cargo of lumber at that port. argument. One of the negroes displayed I t Jacksonville, Florida and the following ,,
All Physically Ailing or
a gun, and when Sheriff Lloyd ji branch ofTlres, Tampa, Miami, '
: ; attempted to arrest him, ho ran off Ponsncoln, and Key West Florida. in Distress. ty aVl JT
A mistrial was ordered Saturday in and was pursued by both officers Mr. I
The early release will be of aid to Ii
the case ntrainst Ira Holmes, charged / Lloyd became entangled in some wire .1 firms, corporations and business em -I I

1? (' with robbery, /growing out of an and tho negro turned on him. !Mr. ployinR lance forces, which annually' Washington. War service ave i

m I ,i'; $11,500/ hold up nt I.ncoochec June 10 Renfroe then fired at the negro, believing 1 jure required to report to the Comniis"iongr years after the armistice which on

h 'I, last. When tho the jury reported they Lloyd's life In danger, as hoknew of Internal Revenue nt November 11 the American Red Cross 1- -_.
f 1" unahle to mine after/ being out 1I
wero the nei/ro had a gun. The ne- Washington payments of $1,000 or of tile annual .. party for.
i eighteen hours, fledge Mr Mullen do- marks with the opening I I ,- j was
i j. / -
killed ,
gro was more made during, the preceding cal i ''I _
shows that during I. ,'
t clared It a nmt.rlal and set a date for instantly membership canvass, .. '
, new trial. ender year. the past year assistance was extended I -.- ,I In and, Out ; I'p and I lu"Conte
I Machinery is beginning to arrive A separate return of :informationfor by the Red Cross to some 200* / ...' ,:-T I "- --, -,. ,r'1U on in.

I for the new Popham oyster factory' i each employee whose snlnry f..r 000 ex-scrtlco inn. or their families. cjr c' p-;; .\ rt,-. I Lunches put up
'. The tourist travel Into Florida overstate at Apalachicola and the first unit of 11)2!) : was $1,000 or more H requiredof \ the I To take out
To 130 hospitals throughout C\i; ERr:: ro ,
road No. 2 coming in south of the refrigerating plant is practically employers on Form 1000, FormJOOB f'Ut.JI4Ple I And put down.
i Valdosta, via Jasper and White complete, the refrigerating equipment I on which must be shown the country approxlm\ ttely 75.000 ex-sorv- IN S6VEAI PIC-, i,, -
Sprimrn, now avp.rn"osi00/ automobiles having been installed number of seperate returns, service: Ice men were admitted for .. Atta Boy, Ioe
' per day. letter of transmitted. and to 03,200 of these men definite nnd8110cll1117..1 I "" "
as! a at. i Ebner-Doc, them pan,
j Banks and similar onranizatloru ncrvic' was extended the k1' < r me now and then.
Two moro bodies, grim remindersof : ned Cro", anneal report discloses la I b'l' Den, Here .
= tor
are required to report interest paid ) -- arc < >''I>
. Thp'eJ'etnhle from Plant City
. crop the and -
the which gulf
storm ,
swept !lor rredited to a depositor if the too' >d! all hospitals ulll"r Rovernmont operation : 01' n ten minutes I i' i'n,
i is now inovinnr: out in some quantlM', this section lart week, wero cast upon i -0., ,p. .. :__ .
il'irinir the equalled or esee'"I I ,1 1 a total of n' .1 rly 27,000 disabled -- ,
hut the movement, is i yet rather IIlow. Pcrdid'i bench and burled then.. year ,, ):)
This is n l'i/. the cayo( in regard to citrus $1000.: 1 ) Information rcturnq nveciiv vettvuns wore reported by the Surgeon Beauty Talks by 'M.i-
'''hen m di fovcrcd by bench fishermen. \ iJ\
I fruity There can bo no doubt The bodies were so emaciated\ nnd, f.'llv! hocked with individual re'turn Uoneral of the Army. 5ci-( : '} l 1 Tho LadkHiV i iI rI

that early ltiIsI. na of green fruit "''rlll .t'nten that it was almost imnosibl I If in a taxpayer's individual )'Pi Thuso fuels of the aftermath of 1/ [ : I our church I is pi-i>i.' :i > i '
f ,
have hurt the market, and while the ,, ,' <- to nay whether they wore those i t'1I n payment: reported on an information physical and metal/ disability five years 4\\, '- '. ").t. 'f"."'It 1, 'I j ner to be followed hi' n t i '
{ omitted action hvi :::- -: II I test in which, .
return til' il.,
mo I
offerings' well advancedand 1 burden r6a '
present am the '
s r i iI nf white men or negroes. It was tin. after tho \Vol'ld'nr., and .\ __ II OJ
I i of excellent quality, the Northern belief that l tho two bodies were from the Bureau of Internal Revenue fol- resting upon thc relatives and de- "i'l ..... ... ; town are cnteicd.nl!>
havne't Chinannn1- '
r RI and Western markets holding off. iloWS. A leJ got a ',
' ; are the wrecked schooner Bluefidd which show
scrvlce 't'
'y I pendents of tli- ex- men 1' rnfj .
I have
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i Copies of the.forms will be sent :: : ingrowing eyeI'-
lies offshore short distance and "
a the need of the : --
I to those who filed similar returns for conclusively Great :- .. she is jealous and fenu, .j
I'' Material for an up-to-date romance going to pieces fast. 1022. The filing period is from January Red Cross to act us a supplementaryarm .. had sister Annie's fanMn'rgiVs ,- i I'

: full of blood-curdling situations and I 1 1 to March 15, 1921. of the government' In service to I No JollbtIOllt It figure I'd lie. t I-. <.

" moral lessons, is furnished in the case/ I Contract work Is booming for W. these many thousands! of men who looking as either of (him'

of a man arrested at Avon Park a few 'II' '1'. Hadlow, Jacksonville contractor wore the uniform of the United States I Snooplc pee by the newspapers i I rend advertisement' .

+ 'l days ago for m'II'lIl'ril1his' / brother : and builder, as he has contracts! for 1'ilca Cured toe to I L.y-. I Iif' It should h" emphasized! : that govern- that chorus girls in London ore now i that say beauty sccn-t- rt'enled

j In Georgia, burying him in a cotton varied types of work amounting to .it ,i> ,"> r''i"iil nncv .,.\?O 01:1"1":: '. I mont assistance is necessarily standardized wearing monocles.Snappic I for 0('. Do yon th i.i ii ;
field and cultivating, ground over I I $750,000.: / i VI, 1',I I :." M1\' t them a whol. The Red Cross servo .that is better than I
his !grave. The woman in tho case as nothing. cancelled stamps aceepti-d'[, '
--- ice I li to tho Individual\, man and tho
was the wife of the victim! i ('a ,,
j I Marion county has a poultry ranch solution of his pruhlems. This: tho Yen, Verily, Henry Dear Cassandra : Cer', "
I i
I. Franklin has shcrilt'who with a record unequaled in the United Red Cross designates "hom service"for Book Agent Here sir is
county a new I I a wonderful as proof, read the folloumlal '
succpds D H. Hose who resignedsome I Slates. In n twelve months per- Its alms to Rive!: the loving care volume-a complete course in from just Pitch nn .
time ago to enter private busi 1 iod the Wonder Poultry Farm has t Nov. 0.-Mrs. II. D. !May and interest of 16" home to these men oratoryMr. beauty as yourself.

I record of an average; of 173 eggs poi I and daughter, Wilma, were shopping. undergoing physical reconstitution
ness.Vedn, (' (fay Gov. Ilnrdoe appointed Henry Peck-Haven't you Rot "l'\p bled' every way to lir lo '
: J. W. Lovett as sheriff and he ,'bird This is the ranch said by Dr. Iin I Hampton Friday. far from their /nclnal homo i Onenees'Year's something: like a course in back. talk ? loin; ;, ff, :Inn ,. havo no ;trmiMe:; : .r: \

has been receiving the congratulation ,iN. W. Sanborn of the Florida college I J.P. Padgett and son, Elnore, Arthur ,' Expenditure S5,863,25b I II am a married, man.There's Mid althotn-h plnte, I was born snit,, 'I 1',

of his many /friends.' agriculture/ to bo the best kept In I Moorer, Lilnnche Humphrey, In IN year end "d Inst June SO the I won't I if t them !>nab mo to ,11' ;
the I'nitcd' .States. White Leghornarc Nualio Younffblood and Louise I'adgett I e I'll buy all I IIP, Sumlny e.lltlnnu I ti
a | Red! f'roaq, reports y3HO.Oed: (!I ) spent by 1 a Limit 1 n'" necoi-ftln 'to thim it's inThnl \" >
Morris\ Levine of Bradentown for rained. I motored to Hampton Saturday !its Chapters In extending Individual i Insurance Agent (filling out life insurance you'\f, only to buy mom t i r. "
afternoon. pot ;
I years known as the "celery! king of I attention to the I :Miss Ida Charlie Owclov
I' Manatee\ (county" will not have tonbdlcnte I )Mrs. M. :M. Johnson, 30, was found and Jessie O'wsley ,were shopping $1,940,255 spent by. National headquarters -I of n car do you drive ? I l ..Ther..'. n content for beauty 1 I'm i iI've '!
I that throne, this year, for on dead! in tho kitchen of her sister'shome I of HK ned (Cross a total of Applicant-None; I hate 'em all. got ns much cbnnce I nm iAi '.
, I' his the nrudentown- been Starke Saturday. J5,8CO,25r) lu behalf of the men called Insurance Agent-I sir Pelf..Y. Joyea llopttint, or nnIf >'
place on lIraso- death am ,
i at Daytona: having!:\ :I Mrs W. A. Jones was a visitor to sorry r I buy the right stun at II1'In":?
I ta road Mr. Lovine.nlrendv has more due to asphyxiation Mrs. Johnson 1 I 1 I to duty In the World War the Red but this company no longer insures Thry'xo sot a aoft pa.ti> for a t I'
I''' than set to celery and ho tho, Hampton Saturday. Cross since .Inly 1, 1917 hns spent pedestrians dame \
sixty acres the in
turned <
evidently on gas
I !Mrs. l>. J, Phillips and Mrs. II. K.Moorer :. there It you'vn too much cheat tho
toll! a newspaper man who visited cook stove and seated herself in a visitors to l Keystoneheights : nearly $1tH.OIJO.IIOO i Today are brink i I 4
were 2.C03 Chapters In as many localities If your moo in too cal l l., Antlrni, ;,, '
the big/ truck farm with him n few chair neaiby. When discovered the, I Ii Jr. Brother, Dig white
days ago that by tho end of the fumes were still escaping/ from the I Rev. Jones, of Lake City, was visiting carrying! on this work, aiding the Individual Of all sad words If Ion white; Antipole nlOk,-, it I "'
that he will have nt veteran assisting; his family I
planting season stove :From our own Kin; '
I friend: here Thursday. comforts and ( \'8 a lot of some black lulT t 1" t
least 100 acres' under celery. furnishing creature The saddest are these': Icon
C. A. Youn blood transacting
; I II I j was funds!> to tide over 'troublesome periods. No coal in the bin. Anil I n rlnntcr'lth do-corn my tor
: Ono magnificent highway from one business in Stnrko Wednesday, The strong connecting link betweenthe I' I've a strap some plncncra I ti> 1
Alex !McCoy\ "linTn'k! McCoy, anegro my oa1'8nd ,
Mi-, and Mrs W. T. Wallace
I coast to another is assured before another I Red cross nail) the !United States .\ n Llotlunptn to bold down nn
wanted in On.
county ,, Stale News
\ tourist season arrives through shuppinff In Starke Wednesday. Veterans' nuretiit takes the complications I The roper, nays 'beauty In only' >
I for the alleged murder of n notr.r' i R. M. visitor to the Suitor-Hobby, how do you think My faith to lint atatrm. nt I',. iPo '
Horsey was a .
the decisions of the state road depart I out of difficult eases of claim "
nil I"In tlo when nil\ ollirIn "
preacher was arrested at SI. Petersburg ment, calling for immediate expend!. county seat 1cf1nesdaV.11rv ', The Red! Cross In Lila' work requiring i you will like mo as a brother Your to KO not and get: myself' s', i ",
by Constable-! J. Simi end is sister promised to at tho i 'I''
l. turcs totaling close to $1,000,000 on I : D. J. Phillips\ and children left personal representation" of the ex service marry me

being county htl,101', Georgia./ the sheriff McCoy of was Thomas taken state>> road No. R, linking: the Atlantic i Friday to visit her parents, near Mid- man has acted In appeal cases:!!, Insurance .party 1 ? last:, night. That's news, Isn'tit I Read the advert! omen t'

and the Gulf. i matters personal
ot Cleanvnter and placed( In jail there I Mr. Holder left Saturday to visit I problems camp and, hospital activities i DolJbr-Nnw That was what the mean money in your pockc I;:

for safekeeping. The murder was | her dnuirhter, :Mrs! II. S. Roebuck of and In cuts',, of death. This servo I ,i iI ii
committed on In: I Now Year's day, it Hon. Charles D. Parkhill, state attorney .. Oaineivllle. :
i iI i i Ice handlml 1 nearly 12.000 compcnsa-: .
I -
was reported. for Tampa! judicial circuit ha- i C', A. Younjrblood and J. II. Allen lion and Insurance claims, and 2,223 | ,

made dclinitc announcement of hi .. were among; the visitors to Hampton allotment and other claims Ii I

I Ether Bridges; a netrro youth otUonifay withdrawal) as a candidate for the, Saturday.Mr. Solves Serious Problem {, j jt

17 years of' age, was in- 'rovurnorship of Florida. : and Mrs. S. E. Trlost, T. 11. i t
utantlv killed and, two other coloredboys I Trieit and son, James, were visitors 1 The financial problem of the e* serv- 'I or"
Ico man when traveling to and from
Dun SuuniK and Jeff Richardson to Stnrke Saturday.
Hairy products to tho value of over. :: hospitals Is a serious one and In meet- ,
I I when I
were slightly! injured n Roy Brown left Wednesday for :\11-
"' $750,000( are produced in Duval county ,, I 1, Ing this constant demand the Red I j
Ford truck, which belonged to N. 11,
annually, according to .1. J. Logan, anti I I Cross expended $13S.J3: '.17 during tho '
i Miller and which Sanders wan driving Chas. Phillips of New River, visit $
owner of a stock farm. This is: mon. I year. For' extra recreational equip-\ II
turned over Monday morning on friend here Sunday.
,I : :
than the combined value of naval i I meat lu Veterans' finruaii! training
tho Kuto: rondo
I stores and l lumber industries of thai -- : centers $14,30: < was spent and for the k
county. (; ShorilT. Weens, of Clay county, cap'
to enable
I school funds were supplied ,
i tured a mammoth still lust Friday, together I, LAXATI"I' f 'ttingg'rw. :. -.;i...ov..aun. I[ '
some of these unfortunate men to en- ".
with fifteen barrels of mash Sustaining) internal injuries Tuesday .' THciis r. .ly <-1 ao Oui." }
when log from flat .:; ivc4GVBycv.he: -. Sr: ._ ter business, ni storekeepers unit, pouli .
a slipped t
ten gallons of shine and a quantity a iU I
"ear and struck him Isaac Herring', i try raisers. ,
of meal and 'sugar. The still was oft the I
11 M, of Old Town died In !St. Lukc'i --- i In'ctpl'nll lltircuu hospitals I
BOO gallon copper type\ and 1 was ol I'i' r.-:- : ; wyt. record of a sIngle month Illustratesthe '

1 tho latent design. It was in operation hospital, Jacksonville. t. ., ..- _-' ._. ---'- .-;..wa.I :::: : .tl lance service rendered by the Red ,,.
sheriff and !ItiI J
when the deputies i
Cross (her example, 15,501: I new cases
found it in the Ready branch west olPeorin. While clinging to the side of at'I, I Severe requited attention! and a total of 20- '

A dense swamp was in the overturned. boat off Jupiter light MI i 007 en-u'H were acted| upon ; JD.JtlS letters -

rear and the only approach to it was noon today, David 1) Patterson :L'-J: and 1,383: telegraph! message I

I,' + i ; from the front and hero the operators was drowned when the edge of th' I written, anil more, I Hi nil 1,600 entertaiumonts Ii i
i 1 had n half mil view of any who boat j ,
struck his head, stunning him kdigsaD: given In recreation houses j
+ might bo approaching it. for the benefit, of (the patients I

M.( }.. Boghich, engineer of the L Authorities declare that the present .
; I One grower of Lecsburjt' brought' \ t tit N. tram which wrecked! he( trail'I l "I had! very" sera altacks of is a critical time In tho lives of >

one cnr of cukes. at St. Catherine,, on the Lay lino n short time nl('o, Indigestion Wade: a termer, writes, t>t I R.>:Mr.I'.W.l D.H.I, many of the disabled ex-service men''

ronsishng: of fi W crates! and hampers died from injuries sustained In tin' Wc'r'! Alias. "I would suffer who during the live yearn since the ;SPECIAL
for which he was paid $1.31 for fancies accident. lor lTIonlhaat n 1i'Ie.)' AillctreJ I armistice have developed misgivingsof H

$:'l tllg for hoico and $2.00 fot' I : was a lit I .. bread and reenr' 'PI'Y. !' :
i 1'nllanmuiitili"I to $' OOO fm 51'b....' I OdferB(
over -, It now costs no more\ for Florid, I s' r. coni:fitly Work Among the "Regulars" |
the ed (from v;ealcr.LjS.: I wou'.l
.. I+ far.Mrs. waters to produce scale lh\ and ,,1"11( ,, to e. '>, then tif teiribii!! su lr- Service to the enlisted! men of the

' fish than before/ the war. Fish an ia'X in try sin ; .11| I tools Arm::. :Nary and Marine Corps Is a I .
t .
's : Lawrence M. Smith, aged woman under the (protection of the law wit II medicine! :; bul uij:' % ,t get:I any si churl'' r obligation\ of the !Red Cross The TelegraphThree

ri'siiling, near Old Wai'iihoo'n,, open seasons when fishing is free befl r. Tlia/ drukgi.it. : iccouiThstaurd'o whlrh In them last year recorded over'

was tho most seriously hurt of thr-c The winter is an open season SortIng j loltu1J! ) :200(11"! ( cases of insl-Unce: extended i

pt-rsoiiH' when Kliy.nbeth Strapple ne- is under certain restrictions eon' rt and :,::1 1.4>''i visits to the sick and dsabled : I[ .

I gri'ts, lost control of the nutomohllo cN'uinwhith persons should! .nnqultth : i j1 Inquiries by the Red (Cross at Month "
{ she driving in front of the Atlantic .
was ,' law. There are no restrictionfor : q the request of Government authorities !
t' I Coast Line station in Gainesvilldi \ fMuiig\ with hook nn.l i line.I Th Into the homa comlltlons of sol- I

i Wednesday afternoon. i tarpon, or sliver king, is Florida'-, J fI dlerM, sailor and marines agjfregat'I'17.7H. '

greatest game fish. The edible t iKV: U.i 4illtiliand and, tlitre wore nearly fl.OOO F R E I

The cabbage! crop of Suniter county are numbered by hundreds. One cai' instance where the Red: Cross located

vas never bettor, and outlook for rirt- have the choice of/ fishing\ in calm ners men for their fa",iliA".
t I t!"r."L'J to It for I
try cs
s fine. The mammoth crop' will ht), \' or in the swelling tides of tin" ( uy, I hoi tuJ L o :.UTS 'for twj All these .utlvlties constituting a

.' .. moving in about,! !sixty days'*, "'11. There are' non-edible v.iriotie'; ,. or more yeas> \. u,lout any improve I single responsibility nf tho American I

vi! ed for oil and fertilizers and otheivarieties r neat in niv health. I soon Red CroxB demonstrated during the With Every YearlySubscription

A petition is: boinjr circulated. in 1 furnish hides for leather. 'louitJ th* B'.uck-Urauj/lit: : was :year unit its "war service" In behalfof I

. Suwnnnoe county) for Win. J. Ilryati ,, acting on" my liver ana easing: the veteran!' and the man enlisted

for The backers are expecting tI.c lernbl. rain. In the nation's defensive arms mustgo I
, t governor. 1S 'IOU C'\S CF.LIIYl: 1' I "In two or tl-r,. weeks, I
i least 2,000()() signatures: in forward unfalteringly and with :
nt found could bad .
{'t If your' liiv:ith ia bid and you, IMW 30 to eating of funds. The work of the I
friuwanneo alone, und express a belief I we dimoi I2J. Now Iweiijn out stint
of mwmiiunin tho h only :
l spells: : Mil', [I' i iuppctite r 1
I :Mr. Bryan will make the race constipation a"d n Rciicr.d; 1.- \ 147.-est I last five vnr has: welded a close I

account fueling, it M a fiitn your hvvr "i-4 to.\ and b) UiKing Black-Draught bond. of r'-jurd between the men who

Tho use of Madison Square Gardens torpid. 'I'ho ono rc.illv di-penclal: r, i. 6 I do not, ujiler.' sacrificed. and the Red Cross Wbos"l I Get in on This Offer
in New York City has been offered rely for nil disorders i., the liver, ton u,,11 I t Have you trloJ Thedford'i efforts .ire praised und
atullHiwelsisHcrMnP. It netifmviif',ilh I Black-Draught: ? If not, do so the veterans' organization To do
. TJ; without font to the state of Florid.i, on the liver, gfri'iiKthens( tlirwlioti, p'firs I .n'"- i today all that can bo done to soften the consequences I I Before it Closes i
for staging a Florida state exposition i. the Imwcls anil restores n linn fee ir.v Over 8 mlll'ou!/ picuge! told, of the haril blows of war

t February ICth to the 21th. This of em-rurv.: ,vim uml chivrfulnr-sj. I'nc60c. m a year' : At dinars' Is the supreme duty of the Red Cross I

e will be a great; advertisement for the :''I'i I by i to nnich It Is gl.-tocll, best work and
l counties of Florida in exhibtiing their ...9Ii'" -
products. All Drug Stores -..- most liberal service. __ .. n__ __ ,


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_-w I'mi ii .1'irs' 'ill., irrxitnnuti! ,: dix.' "i.'tl : oil' ul.itisi to intiixuatin. liquors'1 1I I:' '
ell l who that one )h i if I-TI,.. '"\ report. ,I but, mi tae other hand the amind'Hin : ))1
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: !Doctors ? ::1 | ) .; are kept itCCII i 'I 1'i U.. i >. I' I i ia i nears jurisdirtioii t I.. u 1.,., ,in, iLiI i 11 ) '

f. .j" 1 man pay on n 111''' n"'.Ii i i ". 111. plohibition, iot \I't.'olll'' tai'iii r
lie +L.arl.u,. n
propertyOnly. \loi-.l I presetutmt at!UrlW) .. :

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I twenty-one Anyn nn, )n-pmt .I"A, i ',J") t It.n 111)'),' r,1 i l 111 l; I I" 1Umi I i SOUTHERN RAILWAY

y' fm I d I incomes of one iiiillum dollars! or i,,.um ol: t u.I l'l1li.1 I If :M.UII .

more. /in' nntiiii.il prohibit.on\, : wt ho: ,'a ,
: Rl ,,..,atiim, Spran [
.,j.j. .-hi rnat Chiliitoiiu;/ l Ele.I In ISI20 seventy reported im-imps : tin duty of its enfnrioiiifiiL on L tnei SYSTEM

, .. ,,, I "f a million. Tho solitnr r I i' d i., "riinl revenue, bit
I rI""M. '
I In
,,, on.t I "" t II " '" '>nn repio'ents I I nd! iiiBpcctora. Ill' I .
eI1Mi .- ..
1 i nii i I""r'' 40 1 I It ii '
i : .'11''. ilt., uiitl IIi "In one hundred million d li.ira> S<.'\'- : ,. '' mi I \i u.., there n 1111 n"(" 'I I y'r 1
'. n r vr*, i i-rnl AmovKiins would )It', Ii.r. ..1.1i i i"iVcied < 'II "i .,,',K'i in diicnt \1', e i r
An, I I. 'N O -' Afl-r .") I II
i* I in flint Mix,,an them a hundred\ .I , ','I. '.1 In i. 1111""i\ < lent i and! tiu i'
I ... I cure J I. .10"eui. ', it trlutl* t nnha I vitun//r i i t "'I, thin g they own. 'r.I.( i d!,..' ,1'* 101",10,1", i a.ri i, old lllapetkOi( : I

j ,mean illegal! or criminal era>i'n, of I n ,'.\l'h i-LIII'. t Uuiiitpondiiii: pUS j i- /..rr .
I're.r''ml'l'.. Ky -"/I "........ uirtimo tax The laws ate drawn so i| 'ins wlil; be found in neatly all tt-ite i ''' (' ; 1
:, iii"t o 1 are It the but"r iI LtIf.lt- r t It n i U IL rap il"
that i they reach small men, doctors, |I ..1 U 4. I .- LI-F.i
ra i i,: .: "i iifiitvmvpsin. ,/!,//.f with .nnd.b. rrN, i lawyers, moderate, sized busine-8 men 'The constitution and the lawn or''I

1i.,i, :' ,!Hi:i .11 itit;i ill ft Y II on?Inn''llu' ','il I. They don't reach tho really Treat furUIKM. :In-. i.ation, and of tho several/ status, i
.. I I Ii : >' U.i I >u Nr .
| knows that
|I' Everybody severI u'e binilintr alike on all the !inliabiauts. i
o ,3c: GOc !$1.00 I fortunes, Honry Ford's, John D. it is the CUll otitutili1l which I I p

, fit'!; and Geienl Stores I' '.filler's> and two or three other 0 h.ivc-; given our oaths to supportthe i

{ !:":lI''!....':.,( """: : are worth many times one! hundred con" Lit utou winch requires of ,
.iIL." ,, "" "" 5., .vlS million dolluis. But the money. is !inorpnr.ilinns. he president "that he shall tulle, rare i

:; '''f.: 'N The owners of the oorI ill"it the laws be faithfully "''OL'ulc'd"I I I _

.. .; toai I 1"'I'lIti"n' do not draw the money out, ind the state constitutions, lay; a sim- ,I .
: ''fi '.. 'I hnv reinxi'-vt! t it, a pood thinK/:: whom, .ilar obligation upon their governors, '
\\ + .f .
-- -o- ,
\ "" it is 1'1\,11.1; ;in labor giving; etiti'r- Thu constitution and tho laws ni'o I 'r 1 +.:-h tmailin i-MRine terminal, ,

'r b J l pi.-os.; not sii good; when Invested) in perfectly plain, and the directions i ? J! :
; ..
.. !bund-, that pay no tax whatever.! Ouch they; contain to the president I .
---- y.- ---0If -- UK! (TO\01'mn-.s lire equally pluln. The : t .

the election! of anybody for president ouutry ought to know nil this... It'I aiI

'f" .-:::. -- lI (1 your feelnvrs lord's" of England] he laws have imposed.It .

This Week all! insure you against that election. ought to comprehend that when fi
tine concern paid down $,II),0I10 nndl.lojd !nhave been made, there band Making Good .

'i l1j.r'c.1! to pay $100,000 incase an be no question about the duty of
," of Ford's .II'lion-ilfming policy I, .
l n ) i-xi'.utiNcs to enforce them with such

which i is n wood way of ,!lsguIH'in instruments, and by such means as the
I /.: a bet law provides for securing,: enforce I During this year of record-breaking of lh<- South, the Southern hat! th k '

r" ment. They huve nu alternative und : railroad traffic, the Southern Rail confidence of the people it serves. t '

'. ";. < 1J r.' I' chnncp, stampede the democratic convention 'their duty. This is not political
,,. service to the South without
once up with that of the communities
".'... Political leaders believe If question.If .
'" Ford had a regular nomination it there be any principle which has issuing on embargo" against any part along its 8,300 miles of linos. It can

puyt 4 : IUftl" I would be impossible to beat him. If 'con established by time, Ly common of the system. pl'ospt'r only 11M the South prospers .
rl"ut" I\rhh'.lnoot t the democrats believe it earnestly in consent, by the unqualified assertion

1 12-1! and if Ford! had somebody that if fundamental nnd statute law, it is The sixty thousand men" and wom nVhen the Southern meets the test al
could produce a "Cross of Gold"perch '
,nt executives the law enforcing
S-lEtU'S I. '' :! AltmiMinil' B\U. 'l for him, stampeding the conention meets of this are nation. If this were I who make up the organization arc of traffic congestion, it Is because

l .111'!! I TON nr.s'i:: : () TKP.ES.I'l \' might not be difficult. What ot so, there would be no warrant for working night and day] to keep the the men who operate this grout '

KK AM f HERE.I :. I ;politicians want, first of all, is to win. lie present (gathering 1 can conceive traffic moving.; railway system know that they are !
nit one opinion on this in which every backed by the, confidence and coOperated +
U. !IIOl'TOI111.:0; ::;. Last week Communists wennmrch- responsible clement must concur. ;

| !inj? on Berlin to upset the republican No; provision of the eighteenth! by Southern men, understanding operation of the millions of patrons 1

,H.I1r i Louchour, ablest financial government. amendment, or the national prohibition the transportation noc-ds they serve.

1 i in' }' HLII""', U-H., :Amc-rkans In this blessed country, at about t net contemplates any surrender

i must jut nut of your minds all the same time, the public was learning of stain rt'Rpon-iibilily., Under them
"if t uettmi* the money France of a tobacco combination amnnntnii .inhibition becomes obligatory in all I Southern Railway 1 SMICIII lust :year

} oil Payment I is impassible) ; to two hundred and fifty million\ ,lutes, for the constitution and the' Jt",'nr In the !South .WlV'lMUH'Oimire/ ) 1

'L, r the stupendous sum Franco of dollars, combining bit interests laws made in pursuance thereof are i titan il reces'edrnrtr( the .Siiulh. '

yI.m." 'simplifying business-all excellent, spccilicully declared by the federal 4jjJ.JL/'! R /

I amount that France us is provided the public keeps track of of I .- :
owes : onsiitiitioii to be the supreme law -- ----- -- r >>, ** *** **+*' *t t mt m f
i .c' over four billion dollar what is done. the land. (E'-JlC y

--0- Over in Europe) they arc tearing Ihey are binding on every inhabiant. SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTHyr

< Intir may he right, payment things to pieces Here we arc building But there still remains li,> tho K1f.

I I". impossible. up. Happy we. tatej the power, specifically reservedn = =---- .:.r-----: :. ,..,..,.- 2r.

t this puzzles you. Foincaire, -0---- I the eighteenth amendment, to pass li'-r'i + t.
ting' to a conference says there With a loaf of bread in Germany nfoivinK acts, und there la still. on 'T-/ ,.- "' ,' I! eNi': i,' ''J. tp

t bo any suggestion of cutting costing five billion marks--whkh into hen u joint responsibility to enact ..=--=. -iu\ \ ." .... hl',. J ./II'' .r, .l <: I lt

'Ii, the amount ho thinks Germany old days would! have been l,2.riO-; and execute cnfurccment IUWH, which -' '' ....- -'""- ,< .... .v 4

I payThat; amount is thirty OOO.OOO-Ihe intellectual allies are bo- ,may net always be exercised, but } 1J; .. J ', 1 ''I
::s:, 't
"It .
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,IS. inning i to Ret aside all question of .vhich can never be avoided. 'iJ:::lrl.... "Y ; '4.iN; 0( '
1 [France can't pay "the stupen- reparation!". They are wandering if The complementary duty to enforc- "" .- .
um" of four billions, how can 1 they can hold Germany together and) nit of tho luw is obedience to the:, law '\\i &JY--) ; : .[

i lallY: pay more than seven times prevent the appearance of another i hat rests with the people themselves -, ,,-

uh'1Vili the world') conference and worse "Russia.: The eighteenth amendment prohibits 1
i r that question ? I I -0I nanufacture, transportation, bale, ox- .- -- -.. -- -'- -. -,_ ---. --" .- ..- f'' 'I

unary arithmetic won't answer. i I The learned Harvard ProfessorI xirt. und 1I11\\>OI.t. 'I'h\.o lire the coinueivial but I the expression of a moral requirement !- 'fOur cenv'span(10015| / will pleusi* hear l.'cml I liu ii crliHonii'iitu and toll .;'

I Phaler in his book on the mob declares activities. Tiadc in iutoxi.itiri' of living in uccurduncc with the' 'Iii mind that am lluiii: tint rnulii'ilut tin iiici-rliMiU.'i you iiiiri-i'iiitu| | their
non sold,) off little but it is that gathering of clergymen ; liquors, fur beverage purposes ,
n even a tiuth. 'Inter' thin 1Veibeday| | !nuiriiiiii'-, ,
clothed with .
They are 11 s|>; rittal 'II'" II in Iflhn) \tiu Itnow what they
.,,Love !JO, and if you want it you by certain influences could be .t esjiecially denounced. It is m this I Inlay rams ton late fit | "IIlwal ion/ .
lit as well buy it now. It la go. turned into n murderous lynching''mob. bold that most of the difllculty nris- I Bitrniliianrii!! in whii'Ii is "ri'vc'iilcd al-in, that nmllun;' not Hlll".d; | withwiitrr'M ha\" ', k:.

be a scarce commodity') Our animal ancestors arc utill I s. The mum problem urises from I I I l the! life or the, ili-alh, of Die< Anicm, intltal b.' n.inic .runt, 1 In' publish. ---- ------ --- t V4

I 'itunately, the cotton growers alive in the brains that we inherit hose who are bent on making money Ii i : of sc'lf-KoveiniiH'iit!: 1'1,01 I at till I'i: .,.ul. tin-, "( \iit.i W/lI"I'/ .,ul ii rnii.. .
ft a somewhat better price, not from them. '''Y an illegal: trqllic in intoxicalinir li-

'lure they doBcrvo it, as they do,, --oj I (UOI'a. If this could bo ciiminuluilne I

I"iiause the crop will bo small. The St. Louis Star renders treat: rust would bo easy I I. .
--0- j service to the country in its exposure I'I hose problems: maul be taken di.iictly !-

I hifkons, lay more eggs when you of u medical diploma mill, turning to the American people This News Items >
t the coop at night, prolonging loose upon the country an army of .ovumment ill their jcovei'nmunt; the \ 5t Busy Lawtey I :

period of eating Everybody !ii norant, dangerous men equippedwith awe are their laws, they have (urm.'cd 4

I .V s that. Now it la: shown that "diplomas" authorizing them to | their government und enacted the ,

', Hiring the day by electric light :irnctice medicine end destroy life. aws, with all due solemnity, lu pio- i Mr. and! Mra. G. W. Roberts spent| II. 11. Bennett, of .Tackionvlllc, wasin Climb: firilliH., .1. I 1., llnrrc.ll, O. !If.IVarre r'
welfare und their I I .
'' Ii I make cute their piolei't .
increase their
plants grow- -0- Sundiy with relatives in Jacksonville. town Saturday transacting biisii .. .1. Teny, Steve Htarlinrf
not nation of
They are a
Medical men who have been con I Illes!!. and K. II. Fulfil are in MurUo this
-0It I' tent to sit on slate boards, confining I ,inebriates; they are not a people whouin I week on the grand und petit. juries.
be ), with being hypucrites. '
charged Mrs.V.. If. Edward) and baby,
seems we are getting poorer,, their activities to attacks on other Mr. nnIrs.,! !\ A. A. Smith Mrs. -
I, -they have tio patience with an.irJiy. Mrs. J. II. Moore, und Robot Mnore\ ,:i ,
the richest
ipecmlly time
us. ] of healing finding
among never ('harli'8 \\ ) (:'athcrineTen
: l \ r!! Miss! Margiiiet iodwln; visited l withfriendi _
motored to Starke Saturday after
"nc man in the United States this their house and
::0 investigate own sober frank and candid re, und Jack flows spent I'riday,) In .IiiekHonvllli' \ first of tin t t
hey ,
are a
Year pays tax on income of five mil. ut it in order, ought also to be interested noun I in Gainesville, guests of Mrs\ W. II. week ) "
have and +
people. They respect! reverence
----- in the work that the St. ......
for duly coimliiulod authority. f'nrniick.\ 'fh" occasion win the tl
To Louis Star has done for them. To them the law is a ruin of action. J. J. !McU'od was transacting l>us- !HTth birthday of )Mrs. John llowr, the ,
Stop a Cough Quick IlAHuclntitll'f
<,,) fuiidamcntul, national cliuructcrihticn incite in Jacksonville Saturday. mot her of Mrs. McCormick, Mm. The New River iiaptixt! y s
11.\YES' HSALINQ! WONEY. n .A. 'I'ONICflrovo's 1'heHU I Smith and Mr. Howe. was well represented, by the I awtey R'
not to be ch.inged.I'hese
i u h lire KOUII
medicine which
stops the cough! hy church Wateroak last week.'itev. .
liiiit the inflamed and irritated ti "ues. Tasteless chit: Tonic m?.ornn fundamental conceptions. are I.. H. Dodmnn, of Jacksonville, was
hex of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRAIL': Energy$ and Vitality by I'lirifyiiVK! .'ii'! ,wing to remain permanent, Thu I a visitor with relative hero :Sunday.: I Mr. anti,I Ifrs.! J. W. !Morgan, of i\4

!''AE for Chest Colds Head Col'Unni: Enriching the Blmnl.Vbrn. you 1"1 I us ,rent body of the people lira thor- I J. 10. tiaodfellow was u business I II Slarkp! motored, here !Sunday< after and AI 1',1. K.: 1) Itoyt-r! attend.
-, ui I in enclosed wish every bottle ufI ( 8tren ,!. invidoratlnrt: effect! .s.r !1' iw UKhly law abiding. | visitor. to Jaoluunvilld Saturday.L. I noun. llbo HaptlHt/ usttocialicin at Inglii
'TS'I HEALING: : HONEY. The snlvc 1 his great law abiding, flcnmnt! of I thin. week. "
'''..t be rubbed on the best and tin...,n it brings color to tho checks and hiwil ihe nation is entitled to support and II. hill was in Starke :Monday Oil I !Miss\ : May Smith returned to hermmis !' :
:Iron suffering from a Cold or Croup Improves tho appetite, yjv i U; tlmn ',
.lotcction. I ubc tu give that; [, in Ijoughninn Saturday after
pro ''Jiinesll. Mr. and Mm. J. I n. Ilye nnd' son, of
'-nllnU' eTi-if( of Hiv" IlfnllnA henry i rt appreciate its true tonic vuluo.dtcjfiA .
ihrjwtoitnblni-il with the liviHiulrlfi, t. .,uppoit und protc'i'lion to he limit, spending three weeks hero with hor .liHonville', urn ruentH thin week of
Pen-T'R'" j>nivo through the nirtu o. Tiv.tolcss chill Tonic ifi imply ,rustled by the conatitutiun and! the. Rev C.: W. Cramer, of Lake Butler, friends. I Mrd. and Mis. A. M. lilunchard. I .
i 'W" n j lope a cuudh.f : Ir,,' and ju.nu.u suspended In S<>
} syrup aw uf the land, against.:; I every !I'awe.-> > I i lilivd l Iii here Sjmiiy.
0 II urheq| and the <
are In ,
are cnrtott .
,Sr', .iiiUneil UuutmuDt U JuC. F' !JIt'Hsu,1, I t'."Pol i diiliiri'ii ,like It. The 'to, i lenic'iil. The executives ure required! j On the third Sunday::; J.uv. J. B. Uuiin-I Mr. und Mrs. A. M. Blanchard! ware Mrs.! W. II JIg, vs, Mr "10:, I II. Well .
: !it und.lIjIJ'
Purify t in
n-k your druggist for JA! YES' needs Ql'IMNC to ,) enforce the law. The niachinury.or visitors to Jacksonville Saturday and
I" (( '_, will preach and the fourth ,"JiNG HONEY. "| Kuril II. Urstroys Malurinl! germs muGiipKTnia the eiiforreiant of thu law in fund (" i iy conference will bo held after theI Sunday. onnty seat Monday. )
I'y \its Strengthening; lii'l '
; ipplnd by tho acts of cungreia
.. I nn.rniiiu; service. -
our Kllcr .i.iDDItES3 he act of the stale legislatures.. The | merchant ur
"..:' Frank Jill, commission
? I.ari. shipments" of string boanihave
r'Tf vT lTTiTg ichmery must be used to the full : Now York City wall a visitor hero i
local und Northern
,\ 011'ln S. COOLIUGE .lent of its to secure he been K<"Hto! r
capacity weekd tint of tho week. I'
$ & the three weeks
I ?' market fur ,pad ,
r.\ .. ...M"U I OI.W AMJ 1'ICOUlUiriUN nfurcement of thu law. I Our chool cloned Friday and the tined; priecx have been. received on ..,j
: Sffi i .is certainly my own purpose so 1f1"HI'HVilmp Arthurlno and 'alh-
: ;. ti-acherH! itttendod the Institute held u majority uf the .shipments.W. I '
.' ; '- : ,; The eighteenth amendment was pro- to use il. iiif, IK i.u, art going to nt SUuke. erlno Blanchard and Pearl Grime motored -

: ..-: {I ". %J E .'used by the conKres in 1917, and Itq continue to yield ubc-ti.cme. to the law to Starko Sunday afternoon.
9Jw: ::1 svad wiJava of ihia' principle will continue to pre- I L. Horne, nf LOUHP! wal the( n
atiflcation proclaimed in January Robert Blanchard, of Kendrick: 18'pending ,,nest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A If, r
t t- ,, 'Y! NC ::1 i i"oJ .U'J.': It prohibits the manufacture, vail, whenever the American people n few days here with hU Dr. nnd Mra. I'. I.. Iiirpcn! of Starke .1vy
'- coa; t't ,tile or transportation, and, the importation hull puss judgment upon it, bucaunuit parent spent Sunday with relatives hare.Mm. .
i IM the foundation of all! their institutions. -
of Intoxicating
C ',; a pickel I in; your [: and exportation Rev. E.: I), Doycr prmiehoil his farewell .. :
oB; liquors for beverage purposes, Henry Bennett! and grandson,
RAids We only make with J. S. Andrews was u visitor! to the ( sermon at the Uuptixt! church
i totkol, fr cvsr-rcjdy and confers upon the congress and can trunk progress and candid county seat Thursday.Mr. FJnrle: Young, of icknonville, are visiting Sunday evening. Ha was called a. +
problems by their
i !..tr,,**hm lr.f the several states power to enact emi I relatives] and' friend here this pastor for another hut !finding ;d
;r.-f consideration. They arc nut going to year w
] .
r. ; j i n-cement legislation.This be uucidud by prejudice. and 11...... S. A. Dryan, from week. he could only give one Sunday' here n s
exercised thoi
i if by
t.jerficn.; r j I power was They arc not going" to be answered Sturke, were visitors here Sunday. I month and the 'umn..rHI,,|. wanting
the national prohibition
tMrst. i ingress: W. U Ovcrstn-pt and LiUKhtcr
f Allays | of two, ho returned. Kov. lloyur hat
in Octo- as a result political intrigue They I II '
I Soothes !iim. threat. : I act, which two-thirds was finally ot passed the house of are not going to be determined by extremists | fey: and Mru. J. Kelly and baby, Miss Cora Hello, nf Starko, were vinl- served four years ins 'pastor> here and F
= I 1919! :
-.1 I..r. ,
on either mclu. They are not of (len St. Mary, spent a few d iy<< lore to Lawtey Sunday. under hU. guidum' >< the, church hat ,r
and senate pres"nt
!ft:* For Qtiiilily' rIvord :.{ representatives affirmative. Sub- going to be solved in uccordaricii, with here last week with Mr. and Mrs. ,, doubled) its rnenibenhip" being now y

f-, \ A' tit!: Sealed! Packsjs, S.1 hosing! voted all of In the the states Utvo likewise any sordid motive. They will yieldto I'ennie Uinkin Truby Willis wits trannortlng business practically 1.10 nieiolien." ) loth he anti w
( under the I the calm and clear judgment of the in Lake Uutlcr Thurnd.iy. Mrs. Coyer will be greatly mused in 4
r eo ,. tw.,.,sI \ ,, passed of enforcing tho eighteenth amend I I American people, through a determined Mr. and MM. W. M. Bryan were our community. j at
." arthonty
.. expression of their high; moral visitors to Ktarlte Sunday. C. C. McCormick, of rl1lnl'lvllle: ( ,
J l.G\'t.r1 .. ment. I spent the weekend with friends here. They will remain here until the first s r I
there had long purpose.
In all of the states,
._V .rrj1 f been laws regulating the sale] of intoxicating 1' The law represents the voice of the Shep Sapp of Jacksonville, pent of the year. 1ri

j .p- t.'dS! 1- liquors, and in many of) the people. Uchind it, and supporting it, Sunda with his family. Ernest Wells was a builnen visitor 1'
\ '(j-- i states prohibition had already been is a divine sanction. Enforcement: of I to Jacksonville: ] Saturday MIDI. Harriet Crown of Washington ,I.I I.
\ I Neither the amendment, law and cbedeience to law, by the/ Mri.! M. E. Edward and children I D. C., 'U pending( a few day hero ,
I \,, adopted.the prohibit.un: .. t, umK-rt i _f:..-4* ---. -*<- ., .'.. ,I- :'nt- .i" .'" es T T -.at..Its win n visitor to i,. .I.. ,,,i ??,,*. :\ff, an'I 1 Mr9 t ,y'

SiJle '. 4a....! YaL sd relieve the states of their reslullal-I l not mutters cf chutes" in this n..bLI.: I :Mr. and ..UI J. C. Adkins. I'liH..uuutill< Sunday ... 1 W. 1 It. Oiggl. ey



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mint be enormous. While Duvall I located a mile or BO further south I LAKE BUTLER \,t
County Telegraph I county produced milk last year to the from this point. Ii Congress Should Act Promptly If a

amount of $775,000, It was only a i The Quigley!! Broom Co., who have i Lake Butler, Nov. G.-Hem'"
small part of what is consumed in the contract for the concrete work,

Published weekly and entered as Jacksonville for :family use, restaurants have their force working on the cement On New U. S. Immigration Bill has ing,just one returned of our old hone reliable after
i I ;
l and ice cream. Much of tho work between Starke and, Law-
visit with
the his
second class matter at post a son, Tuck DC .
milk is being imported from Leon tey. The concrete work on the first I Sanfcrd.Miss .
office at Starke Florida. county, the balance :from Georgia.! bridge Is just about completed. This I

),t y I -=::O' f.ron county is being rapidly made in firm also hall a concrete pipe gang We Get Limited Quantity Workers With No ThoughtTo school Kate Epperson, whInA'
,IJy! F. S. MATTHEWS! Editor and Owner to one big dairy farm. It has no ad- working on the !lateral road*. Alachua, .pi" i"tend "

i vintnge over Bradford county, except On the Crooker road the contractor I Quality Under Emergency Act. Also Impose G. A.with her parents. Mr: ''i
thnt the many old 1 fields there are bas purchased and is using a caterpillar >
I, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY covered\ hR<'rlnudaCras"/ whi hnvikev tractor and road machine Hardships Upon Poor Who Cannot Afford C. Chastain l is transa l

I rich pasture and that which are going to speed up the workon i Ines sin the metropolis th
.. _. bet'garl To Gamble With Quota Rule
-- -- woi'd I crows in every field. that road. The work of top; tire I Mr. and Mrs.\ W. U. Wh:

SUBSCRIPTION RATE "'r> know of many :farmers who are Ring with clay Is about ready and will I -- Sam Whitehead visited! fl .

{ Per Year _. "_ .. ___ __ ___$2.00 well prepared for /going into the dii- soon be inspected by tho bond trus- (Written for the Telegraph by Dirk The other fundamental objection to Sunday.
u. rv business in this county and who, : tees.We | T. DeYoung) the present measure is that we are The Lake City football .
-- .-- -- ------ by doing RO, would renp much more understand that a littlo change I Note-On the night of October 31, not selecting! our immigrants now at play the local team W,
profits, from their farms than what has been. made in the approach! to Ellis Island at New York was! jam- nil on a basis of quality. Qunntlty Is ternoon on tho school gun.C :'

l they now do. There Is no trouble New nivcr. The new approach affords med with thousands of Immigrant the rigorous: method of letting down J. U. Dowling made a I

i here crowing grain sweet potatoes, better ground and a better! awaiting entrance to tho United the bars to foreigners under our nest I trip to Valdosta, G! i ,:

Rw-nr: beets, oats sorghum' millet, crossing/ of the river. The new locution States. Dozens of big ocean linersI emergency immigration law. this week. ;

pen vines, sugar ('01'1'1. etc., for green is approximately onequarterof I were racing to port c.irryintr 29,000() ,, The result of all of this has beencofiiMon Mr.\ and Mrs. J. D. I ItI > jI
f"ed. hay or silage. Field pictures n mile west of Granny ford. more-all Rambling\ their life savings here, confusion ulir_md, Irritation I visiting relatives in M.ti,
could 1 he provided nearly the year( The engineer in his report to the thut they would be in timo to be diplomatic friction loss of and Mrs.\ Dowling r<,n1.l n d 1 1I

qY fs*" mm i'nd), end the (clammy firm !soil! is trustees shows that tho work ns n admitted under the November quota) money to immigrants and I n gathering I i days visit with her dau;, I i

excellent! for permanent pastures of whole Is moving along with excellent allowed their respective countrio.. un- ill-feeling which can have but one : James'! Kelly.

uf the different grasses that hnve prov-| "pced. :, tier our immigration laws. U. S. end-trouble-trouble in largo doses,
'j en sii'tihle.' Markets for milk, cream l Commissioner; Curran estimated that internally and internationally.\ Rend the "Cent-a-wui-'i ,
f No. 4)5I!); ntvl hittcrin be GOVERNOR NAMES NOVEMBER: .
ft)1Inrlln least dozen woulj
abundance, : at a national quotas Moreover the net residue of Immi- -- --- -
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J (Membership In National Highway tran-norlatlon is hnndy, and tho eire I I ibe j exhausted within an hour after grants admitted, authorities state Is iriSRIYSICIANS D" r-J'
) of "cttin" the milk !sent to its desti-! j I midnight, November 1st. lie expressed much inferior to the class which came ut;)1 .tt i iTO
f. A3.2): ration is not Tnllahassce, Nov. 5.-Governor( .
more arduous than that anxiety over tho situation, sayinnr:
before the quota !law went into effect. '
the truckers must exercise in getting Ilnnlee, Monday issued a pro<'l'\1I1I1-\ "'iho situation we face is by far the ti' YCJ: ; : I,

t. f COWS FOR URADl-OUI 1 1'J' their horrinq, tomatoes corn etc., to tion, fixinjr next;( Monday, Nov 12::!, as worst Ellis Island has ever known. 1 Many former American residents!
j I the shinning! points. Only farms of n !legal holiday for tho observation ofurmistiee Tho beat we can do Is to examine two of excellent quality temporarily sojourning !have
'?J I .y ''t 'J''J'I The native cow of Ptnrldn 1 live ': tolerable larnrc:: a'rl'nll'efo"lrl be suitable day which falls on Sundn": thousand a day. Several stall men in Europe before the law : <: -:I..,:. ...j ,
cnn went into effect nnd their children
yi, for dairy farms but thnt would this year. I have broken down under the night : ,..j'L
; where a gnat would! starve to death. not 1 lIe called, the people of Flor- born here are also shut out under the -..
i bar small farmers who had) milk upon :and day work. Thousands of inimi- iron.1'6Cyfound that traLcorlicdI '
,., (r This Is literally true, for if n dry ids "to lay aside their business three precent limitation clause. .1 I ii'-t, ; .
products! to Bell) to pool with the" bigger .'- c'rton : ; rants will be too late and must be not n
rk :! pasture was den DAI'C. the goat shippers. Thn dronpinp-s! from said day and to join with the pc"-i> sot back their money spent In a The United! States wants the rleU nch find 'qiuthly: toned ntid l

W would hnv to Bticrumh, but the cow the cattle would! diminish. the fertilizer ; plo of other states of this nation in fr.:itlcsa gamble for homes here.Vditor. ."--- class of Imrnlrrnnts.'e must have coed the 1-3 U-in. Atfdst'u >
+ tl would !go into u nearby swamp, and bill, and the refuse milk would' 'commemoration of the signing the them :for the farms and the factor- in both liquid! ar. t

l I t t: while she stood hock d-ep in water, bo excellent for nips! and loving hens. armistice which concluded the world ies. Free Trial Takt3'h';J :, ? .
M would ronr and pull moss off the j The present Immigration law, ex- : Under this law in which th"
i up The farmer quota vnlno) of CuJc, l'el1o.lhn.: : .
who is In
the business
war."I Airing June 30, 192 I, is only an em..r'lrency ... ".
cypress trees and eat It. Some cows would especially all our standing of tho different national, for Rf-iin-oiM" jual 1' l :tk "
to stay, cnnnot aTord to urge ,
neglect any measure hurriedly)) jammedthronjrh no mmev1 rm? 0 I I
3 starve to death in the winter hut opportunity to Increase his earning, people|, to join in some appropriate i ntrios cannot be, determined until the M. J. br"lw..b. ,u II C..., 6a Wau, ,
+ I that is because the ticks gap thorn of even If ho thereby I leave iiirinner, with the American legion in congress shortly' ofter the immigrant ships arrive in New Yorli,
must theI
r '1. ttrenprth and roh them elf enough energy close of the world war. It was intro would risk lifesavings : '
sacredly, memorializing: those who noun except gamblers Guclc
I cherished! old 1 ruts. In the older states spcpto".Aiang.J.
duced at time when the national
i / to move to better pastures.As I it lins long been recognized thut '."trered and died for their country a on such a slim! chance. It is
nilfat'minl hi"h
long as onlv stringy beef Wit ( unless the place Is well hiring! the world war," the governor! feeling against hyphenates ran n question: of numbers largely, and
I ( the farmer rend, "rowjiennlnjr" pas i and! was railroaded through: in a period .
required! by stocked with entile. nit: in the proclamation. first come at Ellis Is'and.! f rat served. .
I i Inrreisu!( I when unemployment was alarm
1 t for yellow\ desired
\ \ vams was
I / from n dairy form I Is valuable wh.'ther I i i Ingly general throughout the United Tonic and Blood'Ell rid, +i.
this she
row WIIH rood enough:: ni 1 I When congress takes up the matter .,
kept sold and the
or beef from ----
1 If. spa.lo her own living. ShA did I not the(, improved! breeds sells at good.! Red Cross First Aid I i States of n new immigration bill In tho -
3 ; p I t} (increase fast, and it was said l that it : prices. When the measure comes up in the next sc.s ion, it should provide :for

required four row1 to prndtic e one Orip of our progressive formers Standards Adopted I next congress; however as it must qualitative selection) : instead of quantitative

r 4' calf. A* a milker she was nnl is n has Intely made a start at this h'I'.i- I I clearer judgment l i ia likely to prevail, quotas while the process of

/, monumental failure, though the ness )hy buying a herd of In Great Industries first, because the passions of war selection should be carried on in Eu-
Improved SCOTT Sl
i qtmrt of milk slip gives nt n timo- I hive died out to a large extent and, rope hy immigration experts of the
+ I'' i cows, and we understand that othersare
v 1 1i 8 when the feels like giving it-Is very investigating the dairy business i I secondly! because the supply of la- department of labor, attached to the

iw t i rieh.'fl in earnest. We hope something will First aid In an emergency which !her is now not abundant and a saner American consulates over there
I ''I I In thn early RO'ii those who were ('omof it. assures the Injured competent attention 'influence from larger interests will There is absolutely no need of for-

i t AI compelled\ to pet milk for Kick persons I I until the doctor arrives IB making I now make itself felt. i eiirners coming all the way across the ti ,:t j

had about ns hnrd n time findingit ROAI J) PROGRESS i' marked headway through the work ofI This emergency immigration !lawis I Atlantic to determine. their chancesof l It Itp \

\ ns he had. who hunts for R'ol'l1t'! the I the Chapters of the American Red a piece of blanket legislation/ which entrance at Ellis Island. 2 2A
end of the rainbow. Later on nStarke I limit the annual Immigration intotho i We should follow n precedent al- r e I,
With the possible! exception of one Cross. In populous centers 314 chapters
man who moved, to Georgia; i I United States to three percent of ready established in the enforcement
i road contract, the work on the va- conduct first aid classes and last s. "
brought an occasional! cnrload of fine certain nationals! on a basis of like i I of the Chinese exclusion act, under '
t IL t COWH to Rtarke: Hut the hovers turned rious roads is progressing/ at n toprate year awarded 9,500 certificates to stu .,
f// of speed. On the section of the nationals already residing in this which Chinese of a certain class, per.mitted ,.'
the animals out to shift for th<,mIIplvl'M. state between Starke and dents. Eight big> telephone companieshave I country in 1910. Moreover it fixes I I I to enter the United States in
4 the tick found them and! that Hampton the contractors have been enlisted their workers In first aid here quotas so that any given nation spite of that !law may determine their
Tl i '
f, was the end. The ('ouqpCiven/ was I favored with excellent weather for classes police and fire departments In : cnn only send twenty per cent of qualifications for such entrance be- 'J,

that the animals were not "acclimat their work in finishing the fill just 1 large cities are making the course 'Iits annual allowance in any one month I fore they cross the Pacific. 1.'

i't' l ed." Later on first one, then another south of Stnrke. The work in the compulsory In their training schools, ->f a fiscal year. I Shall wo not, therefore, treat our

I + er, progressive citizen bought hulls of creek bottom has been completed and and through colleges,: and high schools : Finally, the worst part of It is that own cousins in Europe as well as we

74'4; i Improved breeds and turned.) them' the contractors are pushing tho grading | large groups of students receive Instruction. :j there is no way of ascertaining the do the people of the Far East?

i 1 J loose in the woods. This brought some in other sections with all possible The Red! Cross also gives state of the various quotas until the I

( i better cows into existence, and! some >speed. One /gang will within a few this course through Hoy Scouts, Girl European emigrants are dumped at Material! for an up-to-date romance
+ of these, who were given n little care days. have the /crude thrown up from Scouts Y. !M. C. A. and similar organizations I Ellis Island.In full of blood-curdling! situations and

turned out tolerable milkers.At I the \iii,: (ill! just south of Starke to the and Its standard methods I its pra'ticAIVorl.inR'!! the law moral lessons! Is furnished! in the case
l present, around our towns, wet I point where the new rond crosses the have been adopted by railroads elec. serves principally)) as numbering of a man arrested! Avon Park n few
see many Traded( cows in fine condition. 'old Hampton road. Another Kant: I is! trio and gaB companies. mln> s and In machine, operating in New York days ago for murdering his brotherin
ri + I We hear of none of them dy- the metal Industries.! The aim of this : whereat it should be in Europe at Georgia burying/ him in a cotton

iat inp' because they are not "acclimat MOTHERS I Red Cross service Is to cut down rAdiI the source, to eliminate the unjust i field) anti cultivating ground over u hf

J ed," for they are fed properly andkept I Bally the average of 60.000 accidental, and unnecessary expense and hardship ,, his /grave. The woman in the case pit_
; free from tick. Nor I is there Watch. for'Tlicm yrnptoms parasites of worms are the in grout yourchildren. ; deaths per year la the United States. I on the immigrants. I was the wife of the victim. I I
scarcity of milk. Near Starko
4 L any I dcvtroycrg t of child l !life. Jf you liuvn ; -
are two dairies and) as the owners nelson ti> think your child hilts worms, act | "Oitr country; could .secure, no higher
keep in the business year after Yf'ar,1 quickly.) Give tho little ono n. dome l or commendation no greater place In history -
9 they must find. it satisfactory. I twc or'White'll Cl'I'lImprmifu Worm! than to 'iavo It correctly said
h Rut why not extend,! the business ? cannot exist wherp this timo-trii-d, 1 and that the Red. Cross Is truly American." 7 i I'I
Judging from the large number of successful remedy is used. It drives out j -President Coolldge. I
empty ice cream containers returned! the worms and restores tho rosy inn of i I :
I health to baby checks.. Irico35c.:) told t.y :
weekly to the manufacturers from Every day Is a better one to the
this little town alone, thin business I, All Drug Stores man nnd woman stimulated by the l,:'I) J I I I I II Itl
-- Red Cross spirit. Jelo now for hao-

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-11 In rtrru Court, Stole of Florl ". Eluhth
Ir F : Judicial. ('ircuit, Bradford County In Chancery rI rI r-'

1 Julia I Knight a widow .

I I Complainant.VI ) I
i Four- Door Sedan 1 Tuny Full and Kiln Felix,
1Uil [! hU wiry Defendant
i. : bil'lt' 'nppparintc by nlfiilavlt i appended, to the I
fllpd In' the atx>ve atatcd rniue that Tony I
IVMnnd'" Edna Fells, bin .wife the defend-
I ,,1 IlilI j I :; ,'I i iI ante therein name*!, ar non-rr.idenU of the
"i r "into t itf InriilH.. and are eaeh nlifunta. of
+ I ,,1'i ': j I, "CunilK-rlnnil'. In the state of Maryland of the
: i I Il !' t'mtvd' Statefl' of America and are each overt
l I t>iBIO of twentynjne yearn : it i In therefore I '
; ordered, that Maid non-.i .nt defendant be r 111
I nmt art. hereby required to appear to the bill
o I .L J Ji nf efirnplmnt, filed in paid caime on or .before %IIIIIII ,
I j Mumlny, the 3rd day of December. A. D. 1023, yfr l;
i .
otherwise the allocation of Maid bill will betaken
I a. cnnfenaed by Bald, defendant I ."--
It I.f further ordered that this order be pobUahetl -
? I for four conaecutive weeks in the Bradford I
County' Telegraph a newspaper pubtUhed rI
1 I In laid county and aUle. -
this October SI 1UJ3.
____ I i I I It' O. W. ALDERMAN.
/ a111I I Ii Seal( ) Clerk Circuit Court.
Ih I By C. A. KNIGHT. !.o
I Deputy Clerk.r .
h .1 ,, KNIGHT. I
i l? Solicitor for Complainant, ll-2-it-JI-SO i,
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p F.II, ..,.ippeJ '63'. f. 0. 6. 0.1 : ,

/ 31 Inside and out, the new handles perfect the design

Ford Four-door Sedan of the body. ENTA1YORCOLUMN I

shows improvements of ARMISTICE

;J far more than usual imSilk window curtains,

portance. deep upholIt Back of the security and freedom of our great nation stand those silent''
dome door
is lnwerandsturdier in every; sentinels who made the surpreme sacrifice that it might be to. We ca.
New cowl lock window regulators FOR RENT-9-room house In town t
appearance. that debt through lives of consecration Freedom. Lib
's 'i' and handles all finished never repay save to
a hood radiator and apron with toilet and bath; also good

i ? add sue and finish to the in nickel complete aII farm 8 miles northwest of Starke.E. erty and Peace. H

la I front. Sun visor, and refinement you would) expect I M. Johns Starke. It
As America's power was felt in the greatest war of history then was
II wide well-finished aluminum only at a far higher FOR SALE-Two mules and harness
victory assured. Suffering; humanity knows why we pay perpetual homage
f j t doors with barANDREWS price. one double wagon, one two horse
disc harrow, one weeder and three to those brave souls and is ever entreating us to push on. In proportion at r

+ '1 ,1 A,ha Rd ca can H Neq 11..IbnrwJ" oskew, 'Aro.I ... single plows all for $275.00. II. L. we maintain those ideals, we need have no fear. I
Brownlee. 1-2-tf.
A WAINWRIGlilAulhorlnd We welcome Armistice Day and all of the noble resolves it stirs within
s RENTER WANTEI -50 acre farm, I
Ita DeiUri one-fourth mil from Stark, with the breasts of our fellow countrymen. We want to join you in paying tribute I

r three hundred loads lot fertilizer. to our nations heroes.

'A' Desire renter with force and stockto

i run two plow D. E; Knight, Bank of Starke

r.r Starke, Fls. 9-21-tf

WANTED-:Man to share crop on ,
/ farm. Good place for a good man.
CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS Write to A. P. Pettemon, Starke,

r < or see me at Manning's store Sat- .J,
1 afternoon.
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NOVEMBER: 2, 1921.:
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i I Y\omens dress clippers in pat. I FIVE MILE ItR.IUFORDBradford -- I I
' /D ent and fancy back at $:J.lJ at I I
!r-i: Sternberg's.The I Five Mile, Nov;: 0.-M. A. Dukes Nov. 0.-J. D. \ .
Bits of Local @) I continues critically! ill at his homo in I Brooker, was n visitor In our s
Children of the Confederacywill Dukes. His many friends wish him''' munity Sunday.

If)1'Ii2al iID lit the meet club Saturday house W.afternoon T. Weeks, at chap-3:30:: n speedy recovery.P. I I Mr. and Mrs C. M. Andreu I
P. IVklc celebrated his sixtieth i
visitors to Samlomon Saturday : :
ter, U. D. C., aro invited to be guests J Jnf j
I anniversary' Wednesday Oct. :31, The F. A. j
honor on this occasion. After the II" i ii ;; wore accompanied by
;; ,,'> Concerning Our People Business ana .:- -.ro.S| meeting there will be n dinner guest twore Rev. II. S. Millerand I :Miss Lucile llnrrell was the I{ !
; Progress in the County and Town @ vial hour and refreshments will 11'1 hei| T. II. l 15niio, of Miller, Mr. andMrs. I uf Miss Marie\ Reborn the ;t ti
| '. G. D. Kan-cloth, ,V. N. Uoklj, I
served. A E. and '1'. D. Proctor Misses Ruby i I I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. '
Proctor and Norma Dcklo of Lake Kendrick, were guests; of Mr. '
A snit to your individual meas.Ure Cutler Mrs C. 11[. AnJrou. 'i I
barrels and cans. Kit-kilter's' Kcfoie buying Tires Smith for !$25.00 with a selection Mrs, Barbara H. C. Edwards and wife, of , ; Dukes
sec; Is recovering
i ot 3tiu I!
patterns: at Sternberg's
for passed through hero
j prices. from a severe attack of cold.
;:'gimp t was a business visitor''I I Monday-afternoon--- ---thoVo---mn II'S I Miss Eliza Dukes was called homo Cephus llnrrell and N. G. i I '
| Miss Muruurct Long !gave a misccl- were visitors to Worthington .
Wednesday. l-inoous Missionary society met at tho Meth- fiom her \isit to Plant City by then
i ih.nnpers ;! :: shower yesterday afternoon, udist church. Mrs.\[ L A. Davis pie'iled 1 rtom illness of her father, M. A. I day.
at Kicklitor's. Godwin complimentary, of Lawtey.to Miss Margaret j Si: nnd plans were made for thi'winter's Dukes. I I S. C. Andrea was in Brooker nll"I, '

, --- i work. Arrangements arc bc- !Miss Norma Dokle had as guest urday. '
i V. Brown, of Tnmpa, spent Wanted I| nit' nude for a rummage sale, Mrs. Sunday her cousin, Nelson Dekle, and : Mrs E. E. Baxter left
,-i ml here on a business trip. and -Pecans, eggs, chicken E. R. Ni-lT, chairman. Next Thursday :Misses Mary Dukes and Thelmn Pttr- Kendrick where she will visit
turkeys Kickliter's.Mrs. afternoon there will be a silver tea I W. W. Baxter
I ut the honv of Mrs. W. E. Middleton. kor.B. S. C. Andrea left Monday\ for
j in.;' Hose at :50c a pair at Sid and Sid, Jr., L. Duke left for Sanford where Sony iIIo. +
he has
accepted employment.
i'ig'S.t'n'e of Plant
City; are guests this weekof BRADFORD COUNTY '
her I A. I. I'uHoM'' Mr. and Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William: ASSOCIATION PINES: FOIJ mmnHI.I .\
\ of Hampton, was Struth. Dubopc were ,guc"ts of Mr. und Mrs. !

,1 j iriu'st' of her aunt Mrs. I Tho tctichpM of Bradford county 'P. P. !Doklo' Monday I Lent hull Wymnn, In charge .
lL';'. Men's: dress shoes: from $3.30:; met here Friday and held a meeting; Jim Pi,"u, of Taylor county, while government forestry : :
a pair up at Slernberg's.I : their as.ocintion,, In the auditorium I pnrouU1 to Vi'ro, stupicd| over for a t lion hero, made/ nn umi-uinl I :
}M 1 I itthcwH spent the weokI ----- 1,1' the B. H. S. There wero fifty brief vi.sitvith his uunt, Mrs. D. 1. the other dllIt: consisted, of : () : ':
, I i, ',-citivillo with his aunt, *. Wymnn loft Wednesday: for New ,1'heri presort and only one absent, Blume. ,slash: pine ftniilingn! shout 1 II 1 1t1<' 1 I \
o. i.' Richard. Orleans} to be away for six weeks shows a great interest in the Mr. and Mrs. T., 11. Futch, of Midway a- height' and they wensent/ t t ,
looking! after forestry business! fur !work. were weck' -end guests of T. J. Georgia Stuto College at At li I :
I) buying Tires !See Smith the /government.: I' The business session was presided\ Dukes mid f.imily. I This variety of I pine tree i in ..tI I .
over by W. O. Duval, president of the: D. J. O. Gee;" en amt I family spent th" I Oenw, indiireiioim to (ii'rmi\ : I
i V.S. I Young men's suits at $17.30:; association. Rev. L. W. ICickliter conducted wepK-ond); \\1(h11') and' 1h'9.Vlli, ,- f.Mine for quick growth and hi-h ; I M .
at Sternberg's. devotional services, and Mrs.A. Parrish. I of resin hud become known to I .
i. il,) Mrs. J. II. Pollard will j I r.. Wall directed, the singing, :Mis.i ___ ._ .
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!In for Alachua whero they .u
) I Miss Louise Fernandez, who is a i 1 n Epperson' presiding at the piano. -
their home. business college/ student in Jackson- F..I1J.Cume., \ Thou Almighty King/ "
j ville, spent the week-end with her An1l'1 icu, Sin, n Sung of Klond-i.;
I. c-rnandez is now in Tompn, parents, Mr. and !Mrs.\ R. S. FornanI Welcome n(1dress-Supt. Wiggins
'I1,.mobile business on his own I j ?. Response-Truby Pinholslcr.
IIi many friends wish him I Moll call answered by quotation .Arniistice 1 Day
Rustproof and ninety day seed oats Discu-sion of discipline-Mr. Wil- : *:
J. F. Kickliter's. I kerson, W. O. Duval, S. S. Dowlinp( a
'nt.>i Wiggins.
I stic new gifts at Shoppe Departmental work: November Eleventh < I II '
A dozen graded cows arrived Thursday !Spoiling: -W. O. Duval.
morning for 1"'. J. Puttee. Tho A rithl1ll'tic-Mrs. Perkins.Rending .
Arthur Wood and Mrs II. M. from Aucilla
cows came Jt'flTerson( end, RplIing-l\Iiss IsabelBullen.
i \\ tit to Eustis Tuesday to at- county. .
convention of the Wv C.
I'" state
Child's chart nnd cards-Miss Olive
MrWood and Mrs. Snyder, Buy your< 1
I li legates from the local union. from Smith. 11-lMf.! Primary reading helps-Mrs. J. T.Moore. .

: .
Mrs. Logan, demonstrator for E. A. Blick, who lives about a quarter Primary singing-Mrs. George Rob "h IRat ?
''mke's Mayonnaise; is at Darby's of a mile southeast of town on the
-lure today; Friday. Stop and Theressa road, has recently been employed erts.What constitutes a real tellcher-
O'.. the demonstration of its us- in the N. B. Hull store. Mr. Barnes and E. Thornqiieit. 1< t .t'sue f
1'-. Methods of questioning S. Dowl- aI' li "
Friends here have ; t t
received the following ing.
,li and Mrs. E. M. Johns went to announcement from Ormond, Common errors in speaking-A. J.
villa! Saturday to attend "Home :Mr. and! Mrs. Stanley C. Cornell announce Thomas! and Truby I'inholster.
"IK Day" at the University of the birth of Norma Louise on After a short business session the
da. October 20, 1023. association adiourned, to meet again;
in Starke Friday and Saturday after. -
n :;shells black and smokeless at Ladies' Coats from $10.00 up Thanksgiving day. I
h i ter'B.1 at Sternbcrg's. Among those attending the nssociition ) I
besides tho faculty of the B. II. .
Mis, C F. Sayles who has beenng The Bradford county boys who are .S., were ]MISH. Pearl Green, Mesdames)
/ her parents Col. and Mrs. attending the University of Florida, Susie Hudson, Rossie Reddish, :Maggie j
> Peck, returned to her home ill have organized a Bradford County Forsyth, Flossie Rosier, J. T. /4
Wednesday.. Club, and have selected Miss Florence Moore, George Roberts Perkins, Or-
:Matthews as their sponsor. I in :Morgan, Belle Wee-t' Blanche Ed
,I n" interested in millinery work wards.. !MNst-s Pearl Forsyth Surrency We could not ifve would.--forget the living and the .
1 'ing' of hat buckeron shapes, Before buying Tires nee Smith Ollie Hague, DaiRY Moore, Bertha : ,
t made to order, call on Mis- for prices.The Sassee, :\I"IIRrH. Holland, Ward, dead, who five years ago brought peace to war-lorn world q'
1 Terry at Overstret's store, Ogden and Graham.

home made C. of randy C. ,Chapter Saturday held. afternoon a sale of AN OMISSIONIn To them all honor is due. Nations rejoice and pay tribute; .

Kate Struth has returned land last week sold sandwiches at the of and love.Turner's !
from Plant City, after a ten I, school. These enthusiastic young peo- the write-up last week of th always a fitting expression reverence .
", mil with her sister! Mr" Sid ple take much interest in the work of Hallowe'en party given by the Sturke
.n, their chapter. Women's club we overlooked mentioning
the donors of the prize*. The

\ /good solid work shoe for $2 Big reductions every Saturday .sir "f handsome, silk socks won b.v Drug StoreJ.
Joe Sistrunk J. Alvarcii.
was given by -
The Indies prize, won by :Mrs.
R. B. Neal who has been there early. Ruby Gaines was given by U. I D. J. E. CORPENING Manager w

"''l1r several weeks with her The ladies of the :Methodist Missionary :Miner. The prize won by Marjorie
'i."r, Mrs. Irene Wills, left Satfir Society will give a silver tea Stump, n box of candy was donatedby Day Phone 1 14 Night Phono I 130 ,
Mitchell's! Drug, Store and the box
v her home in Roanoke, Va. I next Thursday afternoon, at 3:30: at
of awarded Lois Adkins
the home of :Mrs. W. E. Middleton. candy waiirivcn
Ladies, get readv for Christ. AH Indies of the church and their by Turner's Drug Store. ,:

( friends cordially invited. _._ --
niis.; You can get Royal Society : ---- .
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packages at Sternberg's. r ewT
I Come in and sec the demonstration i I Ii
Mrs.( Grace Ford and Miss Carrie I s at Darby's today Fri. v
1 '"w have returned to Starke af- I
r i .rending the past five months in day.Dr.
,>' ith Branch, Mich. I Jin.l I Mrs. E. L. Biggs anti their i I
truest, Miss Harriet' Brown, of Washington I II'
Buy your electric light bulbs :Mrs J.V. Andrews, Jr., and II I
from Smith. 119tf. I :'olrs. Kffie Miner motored to Gnines- ,
I yule Saturday afternoon to witnones
Mrs L. G. Powell and little son the football game. '
returned home from a visit with 6 ?.}
.. :lives in Savannah, Ga., and Till- Taste it and see it used- 'H DAY
1'iiM', S C.Dnn't Duke's Mayonnaise demonstrate I
edat Darby's today Friday.J. I' '
___ _u n __ t.r II .
miss the Saturday sale ;: "t a I "
at the Shoppe Elite. J. Lawrence of Brooklyn, general .>
manager of the Lawrence Developing

The fall term of the circuit court, Co., who are doing an immense l
the of the deal of improvement at Keystone
legal sales and the meeting 1918 1923
!rote boards. has made this a lively Heights was an appreciated
; "."k for Starke. ,caller at our office Wednesday. I
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Everwear Silk, none better '
I made from 98e a pair up, at NE41.4P
I Sternberg's.Mrs. .

Don't I Mary Armor, known as "The
Forget Georgia: Cyclone," will entertain instruct

and delight you. She will I II
speak at 7:30: in the evening on Tuesday -I
November 13th at the Baptist I Ii
church. You will miss a great treatif y i
you fail to hear her. -

Wrist Watches I 1.
A W. L. Douglas shoe for $SIs i
I Community the best' value in the country.Get iI i ;

Silverware them at Sternberg's.The I

Men! Watches canal between the trestle Five years ago.-.the last great smash on the Western f front-'!then the Armistice. Staccato rattle of rifle and mathine gun and i iI

Fine Stationery on across the Hampton the Alligator road Is and now the completed. bridge i I thundering of cannon ceased. An appalling silence smote din-.trained ears-..and of American arms, seventy thousand I.eardnot" nor I II

The canal Is a quarter mile long I rejoiced in the greatest victory of arms in all history. : "
Chime Clock and 100/ feet wide and will carry off! i
the water from the territory east of To those seventy thousand first, we pay tribute this November: I I Ith, then to the living who slogged and drove on to maintain I s

the railway before it can rise high the morale of an invincible army. Five years...and toddY we hope and pray to our Cod that nothing may ever cause us to fail to I t
--AT-- enough for overflow. pay homage to all whom honor is due. In our humble way, we herewith dedicate this brief acknowledgement" of sacrifices made, that I ,

;vBn'"ll: : :l'". -' i : America might remain "the land of the free and the home of the brave" !

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11 -,- ,- 1few hours. This permits drying, SKIPPING STORIES OF :MEN:; 1.I NEW R1vElt--I II

but do not slow them to sunburn. 'I LOCKED IN:; WRECKED) SUIT ASPIRIN \

im Wit 11 The Brad Pick up and place! in boskets, boxes I II I Now River, Nov 0.Misses Ruth ,
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"1' crates fur removal to tho storage Richard und Evelyn Smith, of Lake
place and do not remove from this i (Graphic;. stories of the experiences) flutter, attended", the B. Y. P. U. here.I 1j"
I container until finally storing [I'oui I I of two men! locked thirty hours> in the.vreked Sunday evening. I Say "Bayer" .
ford Farmers from tho container gently ; ( American submarine O-5 on ,
: the potatoes : 1 George Famuli and Raymond Brown I
like lot of hkkol'Yjnuts. tin-, bottom of the ocean arc told in '' (
i not they were a from Balboa. .jof l htarke, motored here Sunday after
.. I noon.i
1( Frl In this state practically the entire I The story was related by Lawrenca'T. ,i G. W. Andrews and mother motored I :\
t' ) I UOM) : > I In' 1 Id 1 IH irmiicited" (.artfully: by ono Brown, of Lowell, Mass., die eltrleino's (',;- -- ,
KXIKUJS .. I I.'" s 'in storage 'is caused by rough!: to SiurkoVednesdny.. -
husiiiO'S. A little
; care
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COUNTY; AGENTS > Imnnn": : Unless the spores of. the maw, ono of the men rescuedfron Manu Andrews spent the weekendI
I ,t the )in per lime may result in the submarine which was sunk] I
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in Urooker.
of ,
,d'-ioasu can find a )point ent'l.1"e'into I I r ,,
; in '
,i', Ins,, of much cam uid money Ab-
in collision with tho steamship
tho tissues of tho potato, t incn; u I I Misses> Eunice; McKinney> Maude
Mfitniiina ,I I..- J1d.
lo! llought 1"00 borer hns obtained is pracUciiily! no danger,\ of rottin 1 itnirarcz! off Panama Sunday. i j Crews; Grt<'e'ileox, Leona Moody, r:
the n
for rower: in lies county. > check I If tho potatoes are to be !shipped'< "The first hour was the hardest," ,;i Messrs."' Wiley Edmundson, George", (
and : ,'h be dine to
cattle In. i ighl ] in n can > )
filii dairy I grading them uro pic-lied uj he said. "We didn't know just what Punish, Raymond Drown motored to
1 and two dairy i I. 'l he moth is nut a strong' flier,
into this, county baskets
u slow- and placed in or crate" 5s i It had, happened or what might pop up H.nford Saturday.Messrs. i iI anA'II
with concrete floors! tins two : ::/ |.rpids from field to held !good method and hits the advmit; :>"" ic\t.,( After three hours we knew : Dave, Hoy and Losale J 6r '
in- I
built. is through
been j
have I Spreading
milk houses of saving time in handling. It also they were working on the boat and Green, Evan: Hodges! of Pine Hill at- II
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aBdoclal < '= tf'(1| >ed canes I II
Bay county growers doubt about the !omens the risk of bruising. we quit worrying. But it wasn't very tend.-d tho party at Mr. and Mrs. L. 'I
meeting "If there is (
another interesting any
] at that"Henry I Johns Friday evening
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1 week and eighty thousand ,: being borer fl'eollook It for at I I 1
another of !!: 1 hour in bordeaux mixture or I l/IIU"! / .,. .o. '.1. i, Breault, 19, of White Plains,, Miss Alpha Hodges: was visiting ]I I ', yell. Ill.'s 1.11" I"t0'
and car an
I )plants Ff' .. .1 I Y. dispatcher was thehero friends in Marke.: Wednesday. 1'.1< 1... '.' tI' 40 11It.1.( ; \ I
< I.> r I t IN. a torpedo ,
of nicotine
.G i ; were ordered co-operatively. ,: i '(' extract:: ((1 t port .! Ill.'.I.:' .,." I' I. adventure. Brown Messrs. Carroll Atkinson Alva ,I.I.I tin, ; t t. in- 11 I! L'i itc'llli .
: to GOO of water) or both ((1 I I. 1'/..U' VI,1' I ,.l.li ., ) ", .,. ] of the grim I 1'1 1 -tlfl 111" Ijtiul '
e . of the and 'lemons, Ralph] flagon and Eugene ]
1 of tobacco extract to HOO of bor '"J II llttlli. I. \ .K' .j. 1' I. was warm in praise boy "n' ; .i t'4t.aapa Mif,
,t Columbia-Bought: carload ). I his tentlmenU were echoed by officers Ciosby, of Urookcr, attended the par-1 .

hey and grade cows for tho Ft. "Seed cano should he planted the !MAN A DETERMINING FACTOR i and others of the crew. Breault was ty here Friday evening. I t., L I' .

;. di lrict. The poultry The borer works nil winter In : IN MAKING FAHMING PAYI on the submarine deck and saw the W. M. Hodges visited friends near 1 t, ,, I

Kemblfd their eggs: nt the bed1I fthe cane is planted three I j looming bow of the Abanvarez. Instead Kaiford Sunday. :; : : I :
fico and had their first egg! < four inches deep it will be "safe, of jumping to safety in the sea (laude Brown, of Sampson City, I
and packing for shipment .. the cnld and deep enough that (By Spuds Johnson) j he hurled himself into a hatchway motored here! Sunday.M. I A.Ccpt t t '.lhl'''I' '1',1",,,' '
I niih. r.';.''''i, until. !l.'',ii, i
jI tion. I (' moth will die without crnertclnir. "Make! Florida Farming Pay," they leading to the torpedo room because i : T. Thomas of Starke, motored 'r Ii It.cl't.ionh I '''I I
is of the slogans of the' tati ho thought "there might be others here Wednesday.W. 1"1" .
<' cane should bo planted before the say, one I woke! tubli'iH' ('i't t I 1.\ '
\ Dade The entire weak was i r; 1. d I That sound very much like< Ifs awakened Drown and they closed I"n Sampson Saturday. i ii '. \spirin| I is the, I truli:> ,
in arranging for ---- somebody don't' believe it pay. now the door but not until a foot of i S. V. Andrews, of Brookcr, motored 1'lIlIfll'tur" (of f Moiioa'. .i .

i 5 l James land crab Silver control ol the, in biological iiows TIllS ? Well, I confess that I don't belont water had rushed in as the submarine here Friday. :, Suliiyliuucid.\

t to that I Rather, I belong to stinted to sink.I Messrs. Johnnie Douglass, Charlie .
t U. S.. D. A., Washington. 11 ALL'/'\ CATARH11: :nICINE will group. \ .. I -
ll what w" claim for 11-1'101 l your system the group that says, "Make 1"lorldnFurmlnA' ; I "\. went down in about thirty seconds Cone, Misses Ivn Colson and Cantey ''
It Catarrh or Ueal..c. caused by Pay More." Of course'" then 1 ," Brown said. Oliver attended B. Y. P. U. Sunday. friends here Sunday.Mr. .

d a.4 ,: Hamilton-Peanut picker I 'llALI/S CATARRH MRDIOIND' eonI 1 is no occasion to waste time and energy -. \Vo settled in about' forty feet of I evening. 'I and! Mrs. A. A. Ha/on '"

K full blast. Quality: good with I l. or nn Ulniinciit/ which Quickly arguing which one of these slogans -. water Forty-live! minutes after going Messrs. Livingston\ and Wilson dren, of JBrooker, visited i[ ih I II
C 4a yield. Our truck farmers aa a ", the cnlniihn" ) Inlliunrnatlon., which ana I is the better or sound the best. down the batteries in the after 'i Kuss, Royce Gainey and l Carroll Atkinson rarpnta, Mr. and :Mrs. I D V\

t 1 have'" inadu money on their fall Internnl McUlrlne tin. lilnn.l. a on Tunic the Muro", I am sure we all can unite in :anyir. '''compartment' exploded and we spent I of Crooker were guests of Sunday.

especially nukes and squashes. I' ir cunultlnnii.1I\f"Uth; \ anaiHlliiK" to restore nor- there is room for improvement, anJ. live hot minutes in the hold., I u _.. _

---- I Halil liv dn'gnl' ; "is fur nvr r W Tears.K I if we all can be persuaded to unite 1'n I j| "After we had been there about
1 5" J. duney & Cu', oledoi, O *riving for this improvement, wo'l 1 I three hours a diver cams alongside
} Jjitto-Organized citrus wet somewhere Breault/ ] and I separated, pounding on
Leesburg. Lessons on insects I'tho boat's sides, so that the rescuers! !
i r r taken up and completed by GIVE; : THU "SANDEDHOUSE:; ) ) Heard a man painting beautifv:I;' might know there were two of us.
word pictures the other day uhou
Li I A DOSE OK I KAW LINSEED:; : : (HI.. .' Breault! ] played kind of a tune with -- --
another state nnd -
being!: born in com
Marlon-One trucker has a '' |'I his hammer, indicating) to them that
I lug to this state to become a 100pe r
Ii .
field of from which .
eggplant and cheerful.
i in good shape
r Raw linseed, oil be used by th!!i ir-nt booster for Florida< particular! may '
ed 92) crates of fancy ( food _
I and
( 1 :r U (' htul no und no water on- .zS1il
hi-re. [ I
farmer his farm animal the agricultural poshibilities
in I
k at picking. Has : : FT
/ acro one" Iv the I light! of a flashlight, but \vi
don't belong to that cither. I:[
i when they become "sun'led' accord group)
t twice and will continue 'I'i [ confident that we could hold out
l M were
ins to A. L. Shealy, professor of vet, hiel.ing to tho group that was l bor I /
j him. lie also
; tops for forty-eight I hours.
fluid of crmary: science, Florida college! 01 r' here, stayed here and ia always! quid / (
peppers. I i "The violent -
air pressure /gave us
for Florida.
+ agriculture. In disctmsuif; this sub ly working;
,f ____ I 1 headaches after twenty: hours.0
1 I lest, Dr. Shealy says: I I Dut I am not miUsflod! \ to le.tve i I I'I I l' utov'inabout
did little talking
or ;
Okaloosa'-We have shipped "Horses become 'sanded' when the; I to the dirt we walk on and the sti n very; it excited our heart action lot

.J car of (food grade Jersey arc allowed to graze over deep sand. y;) we bask in to bring/ the succe an much.: '

week, the first ever shipped i land where large mounts of sand or I, wealth sumo of tho 100-pcr cent boos-I i| The first hoist failed, he explained,
i : county. tIlike\ talk about. The dirt iI i II ,
eaten with the tfruss. This troubl(e to s j after twelve hours. i ii
tI t\4 I I seems to be more prevalent in th( all right, and the sunshine 1-1 nl I "A long time afterward," Drown

"i a I Voluaia-Good deal of fall of the year when the grasses nrfihroiiH ,i ': ,mrht! But, just the same, as any [ went on, "when we had forgotten[ the<

1\. this week in getting fair tough and Ilea n ty.I I I whore else and in anything else, then J time und didn't want to think about i :

\ started and gutting fair I "This colic is often spoken, of II's'i I is n whole lot in the man. it, n second hoist started. We went
lined up. Farmtrs and 'slow colic' in that the symptom!.1 We have a soil and a climate thn t tip slowly. It seemed! like eternity. I !

j all enthusiastic about the fair I come", on'ery slowly and persist fo r i nke a combination not often found'' The last twenty minutes were terri''

pect to nmkr exhibit at t three: or four days, gradually: getting r';' i hi- soil is quick to dry out and \I'lIrn'up 1 i hie. Then we heard! our comrades
us Square Garden.Wakl1l1nllel(1. i I worse. ; tho sunshine is present, most 01 f
walking! on deck. Via know we were
I "At first the animal shows signs oj r t'i; (> time; the result is obvi nt"- r I at thu surface; Renault opened the

t tobacco uneasiness, slight colicky pains, an.I ountiful crop at a time when other!I I hatch-and! we were saved."
l 4 Several will plant sun tobacco I refuses to cat. These symptoms nvi;y ': of our states can't produce. Th-\t i!s i Charles U. Butler, chief machinist

pI W .I er year. With their help and be overlooked by the attendant fo r the secret of our greatest! opportun- 'mate from New Haven, went down '

r enough was pledged to get a the first day. Then: tho symptoms oj r r i' ity to make wealth, provided the ma t with the boat but fought his way to Buick: Open Cars arc Storrntif ': \

f) ..t demonstrator, I: pain become more pronounced, thpain t more acute, thc animal more uneasy jhis part.
i 'I Perfect: protection is provided from rain and wind ;
.,+ j Walton-Visited Home of antI restless, often lying lows' I I I Yes, we need to use more of th!! .\ VI.tpis' I 1'/ ..re' .. .. .,
j 's farmers this week and they '' on the left side and turning/\ tho heat I nrm in our farming. \Ve have com I ,I : ..1 I'urbdwhal, .. r .. The lower frame cf the windshield fits into a pernij- :!,

llRhtcd with the send, cane back, looking toward the right flank. to believe in and depend) too much 01 t -, '. :IvI., !, ''S'u'wc', .". .u nent rubber grommet MouMed rubber seals every ::1

by tho state plant board I, The large bowel is nlfpctcd, and thhi !;I ,I ho tint and the sunshine \Vhen w<(I 'r 1t mopS .' .,i t',,, 'tn.o. '.1's joint between the frames and posts. At tho top a new i.
being immune from !Mosaic i is localcd I l d on the right!: side. \Vhiletanding o, get away from that, get out and d : .!I. ,urthrr w e,Ni: 'I'!' ::1.'h'' '. steel reinforced excludes all that
)I I n i .1' II" : weatherstrip! : air I.
i o Wo are &going to plant tho the patient' will often t't I little more hustling and, sweating, 1f1" : a1 nlloted to this county. htreleh himself out as fur ns (possibleThe ., I''nt the same limo co-opernting will,, 0', .,5., : to. the wh JI,("eve o' '''. i j.. 'tro',. ". .nIvi' might enter between the windshield and top, and side i

l'1' plants are moving by sygf0'I l lIt temperature is above normal lint!I,I',' the force of nature, then we'll begl n I IIr'! '''.'''L'. .' "01. Plutuaut..MI t'wurn. '".J '11'..-,,:.'.- l iIW curtains button to the windshield, instead of the posts If..'
:t )' (lltt) v'! 'Hi
I large acreage will be planted breathing is faster and moro labored d]1 king Florida farming pay more
; the crack between them.
t section. I than usual; the animal will often appear i I Yen, much depends on the man. I covering ,
to ytiwn. Perspiration/ flows..1 -- I (; JODYEAK CO I1'.': Y HLJYI 1 1I

freely. In the last stages signs of''i IMP JUDGMENT: AM J PAULTY R1GI11S TO MAKE ZEPPELINS In addition to these and numerous other refinements,
Tit Cure o Cold .11 Ono | ) I I
I depression and exhaustion nre 1vuEciFour Hoick four-wheel brakes afford a greater degree of
; ,. \\ICATION:; C.U'SE (
t lake LA"ATIVI'. 1 1",0.10! > WININKO: ( |
miip; > tlm( miii't.l' II. "r tt. "..'. ,, ,. .ill 1 w." I Death' results front inflam Huge Air Liners Will lie Manufactured safety on all models. ,'.
Paid! %t.1 \ki. !teL'I t ...lu.. ,," "rai 1 I of the affected intestine. I ( L.'
I Oflicers Willllp'nr Before a in This Country :
i I "The belt! treatment 1 is> to give the P-H-IS-NP ''t,1 td
General Court :Martini
SUGAR CANE: BORERS )) a good purge and enema as I All patents nnd rights to manufacture ) t

WII"SO.I::; E1\ IN:; !' ) :; as possible. Jive I quart of raw and judgment and faulty navign- Zeppelin dirigibles have beenpurchased ,'", l,
oil or two quarts of natol or +v
I tion the of three olllcers caused by the Goodyear Tire and :
on part ,(
other mineral oil. This: treat-
p Growers of sugar cane should be repeated within 21 tho loss of :UU!: lives and,! of naval Rubber Company, it has been officially LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

a their crops seriously damaged' if the desired results are not material to the value of $13,000,000in announced by the company. The J M. Smith, Mgr.
enemy known as the cane : the destroyer accident on Honda 'deal includes the right to manufacture -
from the first dose: as it U Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties iI
often reports are received I to jet( results immediately. Point, California, Sept.> 8th, the boardof all engines, machinery and auxiliaries ,
1' damage of this insect in this of this type of dirigibles.The : -
I inquiry' declare din its final report
>)> one to two ounces of aromatic I When better automobiles are built, Bnick will build them li ,
who had l experienced ,
ij grower l' of ammonia might be given to Secretary Penby. purchase price was not announced -
: recently wrote to tho Florida! three or four hours as a stim- On the recommendations of tho examining I but it was declared to be one ,
t1 $ 1 ment station for information l ." board Capt. Edward II. \Vat1 of the highest in the history of inter -

struction for the control of :, tho squadron commander, Lieut. j national aviation.
i' j Prof., J. R. Watson, ; II| ONE: I\ TEN'gll'tin Commander Donald T. Hunter, commanding The giant airliners will be manufactured -' Ir

plied as follows: the Uelphy, flagship, and I at the Wingfoot Aviation''
t a little wound, cut or abras
"This insect is well
I leader of the nine destroyers which( Jo'iel.nenr\ Ohio and the
of tho flesh may in nine taxes out of i Akron at
s the state, but as >et is not caiMO no great; aulTcrmif; or il\'onv'ni. 'i.rounded, and Lieut. Lawrence F. Goodyear factories in that city. I

ly serious in many sections. ', but it 13 the ono ease in ten that Klodgrtt! navigator of tho Delphy, Plans completed by the Gorman 1
l i ever, precautions should II"" (' blood fononing l lnol.jiw" or a will be charged before a general: I aerial navigators for the

taken or it will become rl'Klc'riIlK Bore. Ilio chrnpcxt, I I court martial with "culpable m itiefn- establish-I. HOfi IILLIN{
ment of a two and. one-half .. -
serious.r find, Lest c r i "In planting new fields, .. ,, with(! lie' and )Horoxouo and\ apply 'and negligence.\ Eight: other ollicers, Ulantic air service will be organized '
llorn-'ono Powder, as soon as the manufacturers: of the'jrl'ellt
t where there are no borers, l be ti> cr>milpto[ ho including. the commanders of as manydistrojers
careful to infested seed "" |>roios- 1'riro (!liquid|) 30c. 6'0o air liners get under way, it I
; $1 I.W: 1'owiler who figured in the catastrophe -
30o and COv. KoUl! I by I was stated. I
er get cane from infested will face charges of negligence -
I moved from one point to i J i All Drug Stores I in performance of duty. Purveys also have been made for '

The report was declared l l hy> veteran I the establishment of a 12-hour New; I'

iI' '( II.\ UI.DW| CAUSUS naval olllcers! to be almost unprecedented Irk to Chicago air service. | -TIME pppjjjp c

s I. M\KKT: ror.vTo uorriNc I, in its sweeping coiiilimnntionof Negotiations for the purchase have I I'I'Our
those alleged to be responsible for I -'('n under way for some turn, Good-, :,

!. the disaster. vi ar ollicials said. They will be laidbefore
Most df the losses front tho (Il'Clty-// I the authorities at Washington j Cold Plant is !
of sweet 1 hI' Dividing the fatal\ cruise of tho flotilla Storage now
potntoei: can '
into three periods, the board d"olarcd 1'i'i" a few days after which the details .

: FIRE by;: careful and storing", handling, and; in the di farmer\ the first two "reflect no c'rl.litupon will be made public. I III j open. Send or bring us your meat !

N h" remembers! how in previous: I the navy, but commend hiirhlv! (II Information gathered from various to cure. Charges I 1-2c per lb., i
indicates that of
r I I \rs he has thrown out tho rotten the morale shown in the third period, sources a corps experienced

\- by the basketful and wagon: load which comprised, tho time after the Zeppelin designers! .: and for first 30 days and 1 c per lb., I r
I ships had struck." builders will bo brought from the
Is it Your House what it means to lose a crop of Friederichshaven where for each additional month. I
., I s popular Southern product plants! at Thirty I
I the. first Zeppelin was built, about 20 .
This analysis of the loss of sweet r
) Our business is to : is drawn by specialists. of I years ago. These plants. have been days is sufficient time for curing :

l I Florida college of auticulture. I virtually inactive since the armistice and] medium 60
light meat days
and small
you-- large was signed, only the manufacture of
1 I handling! should bo required' )
1 '. I all persons engaged in removing a limited number of aircraft for other for heavy meat.
Best Reliable Companies
!governments being permitted under !
crop from tho earth to the stor, I I
I Quick Adjustments ::: house or bank. Spores of various the peace terms I

that various diseases I Under tho peace treaty, the German ,
i cause are ,
t .' : DON'T: LOSE to be anywhere, and all that it plants must be razed after the J. S. BUTCH SuperintendentFlorida i

7.Rnow: under construction there
_ I -" for them to enter the tissues of I ,
SEE US pot) ito is a bruise, split, crack, for tho United States government Is I

any break in the skin. iinpleted. State Farm

Peek & Perryman Potatoes should be dug\\ before the The German engineers have evolved ,

have been killed by frost, if the five types of Zeppelins, which maybe

1 ) Telephone 63 results are desired, experience: regarded as standard, capable of Raiford, Fla.nltAIWlJlW .

revealed. And in digging: Instru- \\re grind Our Own Lenses carrying great loads of freight, fuel

Starke : should be employed! and tided! necessary for long distance flights, I

yiich n wits thtt will not injure the NO-DE!. vQcu'nesVille. complete crows and from tn'rtv *o I --

t lly pile", taw potatoes: lot passengers at the rate of tit to I -. --d

---- the plowed ground in the sun for Florida.. 70.5 miles an hour.

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-- .r 1 oath being dated July 4. 1021. baR ftlod inldccitincatiHi ,
"- 1, In my office and has made application RED CROSS PLANS
''II' ,,' r with law for tug dons to Itiuu In aceonlnne* i CHANCE FOR BIG GAME THIS SEASON I .i iid" is

Knlil cert flcalci rmpratlMly\ om".....,'. tho
following land. In Bindford county. Florida FOR COM' YEAR
o. .iMif' ,..1 nl thu dale of tits lusunnco. of mirllourtlllcutiB
In Iho name rvpnrctUtly' ,hininaf.ur I

l"\ ;/ : rtllkiitr!pnrtirulnrly. No set 244 forth imbrnctn, to-wltt East Quarter I -

It, 't..1(. t' if Sec Siiuthuuit U, Tp.' II.Quarter 8. K 22 of U,Southiait 10 acts, Quarter a> <.uvd! Over S2.COO.OOO in Fund for War

' -'M--:.. I Unknown Ctillflcnto No. 102 i-mhrnrna W..t Half of I Sufferers-National: BudgetIs

r/r". f"we- j.n l'J"-I1 r,0j1tsu.rtg:!,': : f of 4..Southwest 20 acres, Quarter anntui-d Sec Un: : $5,543,077.AID .
known I
.. ,.. yfdlRlg Union' > be ndoemiicrnrdlntt
r .1.- "ws : llodlaw:: tnx .,,.ih twill luiue thctv-. I.
on on thc 1'ith dny of November, A. D 19 4J.
rl a/! /41U IJInM OW' Mdy. Witness IIYOfog ''[nl nlktinture' and aval.1Iou TO VETERANS i
= thus 11th A. P. 1023.a. I
4y -;;;11 '" I\I::,, *"el'!l is.NAT .. W AI.ULRMAM, I STANDS FIRST
Clerk Circuit Court, Hrnilfc.nl, r. univ. Fla.I
16AV11iJ !
+IT'M! ,
(Stall Ity C. A. KNl "T HI! .'.;,"",01.. lo.nl.5t.11.10. Deputy:! Clerk .

$0,733.443 in Servicesto .
r I Expended
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""' ..,.... NOTICE OP AFP ICMT10V FOR TAX DEED: Mankind Last Year at '
/r ....-- UNDER PKCTION"' 571 OP THE ; -t. .
.L.S:,' e ., C.CNEUVLNi : STATUTES I / .
l Home anti! Abroad.WDRhlnclon.With ;. :;
; / tlce IB hereby given that A. A, Durdvn / '" ,
.f.( pun, :i hnrr: c.f tax rrrtlfeole; : No 81.1: dntalthe 1 i :::;;; I'
4th lny of July A. I). 1U21\ hn. fllr-d /? .
e 'k1"J nil c'a i"tiHi.ii),. In my offlco and has mudoHI a budget of J3-:i } : .
'i. <-nlio.. for lox deed tn l..uo In accord. "
i I one with IHSaid rtillraU embraces the' 64307781 tor retrying' out the program /' ... .
r..II..I"? iKnrnli,,,I I |"ml"'v i 'United in Urnd- during the current fiscal ...
ot service
fold,I totintv. Florida to-wltt\ -
'W::$': '! \, I \\\." llnlf. of :Southwest: Quarter section 31 year beginning; July 1, the American .
". y ? ..... I ..
Jti .1., Tp. 7 B. II Tnnl HO ncrctih" I that this .
\' '|' enid hind bolllit ami-nnd at the date Red< Cross announces ;
I V", nf the \I--U1U100 of ouch cortlflcata In Ihunnm lees than ff = / 4i ..
v $4t'S,370.1l! !
__._ __'.ti' .V_ _._..fh.' ,> of N I I'. Cimthen.lTnl amount was I
\ ,' KII vail cuillflunto, nhnll bo rcdrcmodartMrillntr was expanded during tho fiord, year 4 r .
\ to lon, tux Kd will (lm ""rton that year / T' "/I tuA
on tt'o 10th' dRY of No\omlior, A. D. I11Vittuh4 -':!. I, ended lint Juno 30. During r. c f l t' .
\ my oir cuil Vii nturc and aial 1 this cxp>.'ndltun.'B rejilitil a total nf ID-! r.._- x 7dr PAYER.t. 'p. I /

Bulbs for Old tin. lab: lay of October.a. W.A. AI.DI'.KMXN n 1921.: I I 733.44SJJ.! of which amount $2,005- j 1, I \' Ir % 'f i;
(ISriult I) Clerk riniit. Court. 60009 was devoted< to relict ot .
fly C. A. KNIGHT :I who had boon driven
In ClrticH
h+ ". ------ ,
a' f n> light bulbs suitable I binlB't;; for till year tin statement .
mphn ,
National Ilold'IIt:1'lprA:
t f !mv/I plant. 17 per cent UNDER R!'f'TIOV 1-1 (U' TUB trom : .
1 bNKUAL STATUTES I sized tho fnot Ih1III\ oxfnelvei! work ; r '
bulbs in cxchnnjro.
d 1
I nlmontwholly
Nnt'r.. In h' r, liv KM n thrit A. M. Rlnnrltnnlnoulniir at home and nbrond depends
'" of tl" rliflcnto, No17. dtlttd upon the nation-wide HUPP rt '
:NOTICE< the. 11'h i,"v of. Jtil)'. \. D. 10J1\ : has IHo.lul I the orKiitil/ivllon I through rnidllment \
'. :ii I In I: hth Judrfal" / Circuit ruti'kn, In niv nfflco and hap mAde an- I ot ; ii
t'y. Ilorhlo. In Clm eery.Ind t'l" \ nt on l or. I i'. 'Iul I I ,tu I.-HI in ncrordmrewith of nipmhprsltlp: In lorKo" mimliom' y ; ,
Imv. 11 i"t T cirtiflctiti' inibmrt. thi ful-. during the aiintml roll cull which ulll
I. Inntni' il t, ",..10..1. I property, ulluntid In Bnul ; 11 toNovember ,
ro'd,I C, iint'>', Flntliln" t..wll'Nolh.II.t bo In proR.epB from Novomhi-r
I ,. not I mm Itr rail Qiinilor, of NnrthoaKt Qunrtnlof I au!) under the (inspires of I Ii .
Corporation) Km'1 1,1.nnt Quarter, S... 38, TV. t S, H. 2 1 In the United I II ---- .--. ---.- -- -- ---
Ultra or Claimme 13, 10 ncies. i the S.flOO: ('hnler
"11, Clmrle M. The rid land being. e.. ...d at the date I Staten and Ilirntinhout tin world
d 1 I'nl.nown! lor.onit of I the I of such certificate In the name .
.... nunnrn I These Chapters It Is pointed) out dur "
of W C Lndd a
,? Cloud. Qntct Tltlo and OlhnK.llef Unlcu i raid'\ ccrtiflcale slintl be rnlcpmednccnrdlmt Sag; tho lint fiscal year <>NI>I ndfd I of lt.y1t t !1cIn' Minncsotan to Court of St.
to law. tax ilooil will issue thereon u.roxlmIlIPly $3: .P20:! ,' l
"vbr J it Muy Concern Crpctlnr1I : on. thtlid dny of Iltcimbi-r, A. D I'UIWltnomi their own funds tJCd he.nds ?
.' \ the BViorn bill of comit m>' olflcinl! al..nature not I iiual this 000 In work. for the in on who wore the
? .\'(. en UK i' tlmt there known the 10tl dny of Oclober.A. n IU2.1. uniform! during the Z 1 1a
1 to,> 'lio intcrttttotl In the prop- G. w. .\ I\N. I United Slates MEN'fhCiATUMAND ''1 71'1 '
,, d'1 ,c'nbi' .,' and] complainant alleges Drndfonl, ( during, 61110Utir.
"''u n |1; 000,000 expended S ti"
,tl'y I do not know. and J nflcr JH fly C. A. KNIUHT.n I some > att.i
''v I I.na not fonen nbto to nun'rl aid t l .."-el-t 1.30. Deputy Clerk. I twelve mouths by the Aml'l'lclln Rod .

: 'nnnn IcftmlnnU: are In: exit 1 I Cross as a whole Is considered con 'afrr5(17fMlr'rtW'SfutltE O1fpV ? a e t .z ,
iu', or not and that, there lira i I At *
linl to bo Intt'rvBt. l In hnUl DEED: servative. i
r than the known rivftndnnUt UNDER BFCrlOS 81' OP. '[HE Soldier Service Stands First .-- -
and 1 rcslrti-nco of ouch poreonol j GENERAL STATUTES I : 'i in;:: i UK;: :.-.
n i tmplninnnt.' and In until' bill ,I From July 1, 1917! lo June 10: 1023
:.i 1 iw:i rot ouch: known and: unIT I Notice li b\.. ,rely.. ultra Hint W.or.. W.'nk.Ourcho..r .. Cross npcnt nationally Htarkc.is long l 11"> 1 1 ncphones .n'
I "f lux itl\cnt"\!\ ]No: II't l. ilnlnl lit* the Amcrli an Hod -
; in ordimd< tlmt all fnl..t I, alb I'ny! of flu u,'u"1' \. 1l.I llin>l ha. lll,"l unlit ,, and ihrniiR'i\,! ", Chaptpri clone to i : iiinl c'(li-i'tin-" In hII '. U.M. .1t ,1'e
'ill l .DPS clnimlnir any In I office, nnrl Inn t n'n.lo m- ,
pt r cortlficite my I10t00 I In luhilf. of AlI1nl'l<'nll soldiers thought of, jca, e\iii t liefmi. .1 I IWalltH 6
,, u .h I Hum (n' either of them or 1 I direst! on fur Inv diiil In ten uo In nccorilnncoul''i 1164,0 I v
., I nil unknown' pirsnn clnlmlni g l hi'v. Still' Citl.l\rn't\ itnltncti, HIM, fullowlnif "- who m'l-V'" ,d In llu war anti Iliolrfainlllet I was OIIMlKMi.il 1\| ,IK. I'' ,
'n tho property 1 Inn<.I no flu r d I... J'icrbrd. I orn, i ',"v. rtitiiittol In nrnil- lh ItRure pe'tUifiiit, down I" ill l hr. '
1 In The (list : '
.. .'V pnrt Ihcri-of, under any of .I I for| County. lorliln. to-wlt DurliiR/ tut year f l a l ,
1 nfnnM" or tthrr! of thorn ort I l.nt, I or |ln'c .'J In ,llxlnnton Truliy Con alone nioiitited< to more bun $5.808- swamps mill l I'ull\' ,\ tip; n U! "v ,III',I i I vJ yr' l
I nit ,IK,,.rona "ttnown or unknown I null .Ilv\ nf Viiillunit, lluinl.-r, of Ni,11 limit, 255.; ; and fur the current mica: ) year :, saplings and, iltilled|' thorn in ,Ill.><. r i .'n i 1'y
i i in t (In the hrruinnflcr duo Juiiitii }ka i i. Tp fl S u2 EThu .
.i I : nnul land brlnir ;nnifii'i'iil I nt the tint '' National Ilnuiliin triers bis act' aside oral direction uf where the liiitustreets ,

.t Itrn,Ifiml county:! atalo of HorI of tIe faBimnro nf such ccftlOcate In the nutnonf under the hendliiKBilstHnoe' !! lo DIs- I were to be located. and, .1 t t., >vdiHtcputalile ,1

'." ,.(.k I on ono follow South.1 rang one west Hilnn ..Inrlnon.llnlritt sitlil e'rlII.A'. ( nhnlt" be> I..mo.t able ,,:>c.RE'rvl.It'n: and Women "l'c11111'nK, still r" in, \,i n. I t y'r'I '

M i of block! one mouth. ran a two according to Inw tux ill pit will Imuie thrrvon. $2.0'1.8:14.20.:; : The Chapters will continue I During the boom days nC the eriulV : Kind"j*
A. D 11)21.Wltninn )
2Hh! iliiy of Nn\imllir
1 Inlf of block two south range twot nil the my Tlcnl< ttltinnturft and seal this 'I to do their port, so Hint It luijba 8U's planting of shade I lree-4 liriaiiif, .'i
Lila 2Jnl dny of Outnliiir. A. n MW predicted with coiilltli'noo tat rut rp, nnd two trees were "e t \\ lni'one i
south (1
of block two ttinuflt
t > quarter (Scan) Cleric' Circuit Court. again more thun $!ri,GOU.ooo will be dis'! should have been enomth. Th" .
..1. ono north range ono went.r Hrniifaril Pnnty. Fm. I btirsed In the largo variety! of ncrvlcei : trees wore mostly witter oaks 'Thal'W ,-\' : I rX' 'tl tr ,rlP' r.aw
.' >..f block ono north. range two Tty C. A. KNIGHT ('
and l ol
tin 2H-nt.ll.21. -H Doouty Clorlf.lUCOOKElt to the disabled men and woman and flourished and Home
I + >/
,,'I of block two north range one their fanilllcH -..,.t.....Ices! for which IboOov"rnnwot them now look as if they were 11.ntunes e. y wtI

1 .,...trle. of block two north rang I II uiunoi provide, und which old 1 though really ICKS than. lo f S
I reach the ludKlilnal' cage with the yemel, of HRO.I I II I rt P ,

.I'rip youth of, land nnd about. xtmltnf 85 feet aero wlifa, !I sympalliy and undTHlitiidlni. ; only nctnnl I Tho first Instanco when the t tni- v rF

I of the north half of block two Brooki'i1, Nov 1).-Uoy<'(> Galm.y', contact aril, Impure Thin work ntti.,ifeied" wits' with the tunrrpl'" .j 1.1

n'I"U no end v, ''Ht of, and the n..,.rth"'ndl",'n"."t qunri went- \''.IR a visitor to Wnldo Wuilncwlny.O. !I of tlio AintrU Red froHH itiipioachm, i irl|,, \\ .Ilk!!, Scnii-tlrotilnv p pie,.i..t "f.l I \

o north ran're two want con U. Colson wiii n business \isitu thn fifth utulrers.'ry. of thu Armistice tin f had: to be cut out of the ..litl>', tn. '

..i I. f tit.ibdt. nor:"Mon i., morn of hinds or IPPS at .Tern be tI . \\'cnl.IViir with only lit mound" the tree. AM the urhll i ; Non-I i I 1

I ,, r,.T dad in honk C. nova 114. B. Shuw, of Gainesville, was a ., light doci-i tan ID lulls for S'Tvlce In |1.I""n tuincd his Alpine ,r.itd. ill ""' I,

r'i 11-1,, I ndfnrd:;, ilny: of county T>i vtiinttr; Florida.t r. I A.: .'i l1or hero Wednesday., the InteiPHt nf the uolfnro and rehabilitation )place in tinier to SUM a put riar< hul. t1s

i ,n' n rulo day of tlits n'j' Virdllin'Iul: "spent \Vi-dneadn, of tl.OMO!! who suffered Er.aO tho oidi'walkn In unu. plan | ; I Ir Ir"siuteu'

.n 1""I',* titan,n...I'r n.bo cnnfp publlalu'tl..#,,1 "In" ;.in( lit in Stnvkc. I physical dlHntilllty In thu BiTvlce of hud to )lie turned off ruth'-r' tlmn Kite- (1 r ., .
J. L. Bhl'l"ertisseB! Mni'KUcrit< a t" .Wrnrth, n wrr'Qy nowail I their count iv nine n row
:: : I1' rlrcmnHon: nnhtlfihifl; atI ,"'Ihiiver i anil Mnttiu Lois Hawkins'I I In the. inleriBt of thus mllutcd men toots of tho trees broke and. ,dNplaei '

"I ,;,i., en unly I"loldll. for eight I. ; ,<,nt Wednobfluy \0nin": in Gaines. serving In tin. Army and the Navy the t nidi-walks. I

1, !U I ,i,ruble A. V. 1-onjr.. judtro of \vII Ie. I the budget pi'ov him $:lO1>! fijo):! for thecurrent 'Ihi'ii' clone( the ti'U'phr.n" and <.Uitin'
.. i ,
official flu- I 1
the .
nnd nt .
t o "r t
< II" UI. '''
the *,ffleial ..f. Joe Roof, of Jacksonville, wan a y..ar. This I l-i ollllllItory: under light wires.. At first( the trees .
will :
rl il I. non an I loJ". lu n I . .":0'' '
I Ii'';i Hi" 2nd day of October A. 11.I \rixitor here Sutiirdny. : the tad" croHs chirtei. for the or wennot so high mill the wires win" "
I Cone of Plant City, HHH bee mint net In matters of voluntary As they ;u f"I.L: 1 iu '"
C.. W. AIDFHMN.r : W. M. I ganlzatlon shun" above their lops.' .", \\I I. "Iltll"" do, .
Court. Bmdfnnl Cmintv' Ha. I ','jitinlt I: hut mother, Mis. Emily Al refit and as a medium of coin : 'riv, their tops had to he opened for ......... Above'" La.. ill'. .l 101 ,po uue 'Ii. ... :"II..,., u
Dy C. A. Deputy I'Q.k.! 1 111F.VS. )Ott. I rminlratlon between the pooijla! and the wires. Tho next set of poles were

Mi-4. U. E. Thomas apont last week( their Army and, Nut y. I I.us high as could bo procured) Bill I the
r t< r Compltifnnnt.OP I her Hifller Mm, HOE The pidi" '-
,. ))0. I In Stnrko with Oomrs'tlc Program Extensive trees not above the wires. -- .-
it.'I'. | The donii-Htlc!, operations ot the fur I the improved light plant nre <(omptiiatively C

OP FINAL nl1CII\RGE! :Mrs. T. M. Barefoot, uf Stark( '. American Red Cro-n comprise an accurate short and lire net at the !

.'i' of Annn It. Their d""m..d. ".pent(\ Thursday here with relatives. i I tndlcHtor' hereby given to all whom it may I attending teachers nieetln I pstabllshed of the mi m Suffer ,
,mi lion 7th dnjr of December, A. I Those calls for expansion In all the tint' olf portions tops!
Honornhlo R. A. I from this place Friday wotVlissen The for the wire-t, ha' from sunburn?
'. (mil nnply to the i n :htarko; and ntitlio.lzed riprvtrr side) to five room : '
,.,,,,1 I ,. of jiiltft court na I Ir Olli .
the county Hawkins '
1".10"1"> > for my foul dt_chnriio nil I Mattie Lois budget iiKKrpRHl-'M 3t.63d.44970.: as Lien l> no easy task. The tiimnnn' FLORIDA
t ?-tnto' of Annn I.. 1'10.,1.l deand I (ague\ Vera Surrcncy, Lottie Gairv against expendintH durlnic tie last will furnish the nbuttintr ,,v' neii' u MENTHOLATUM 'I '"

.l i,'.that ml ncionntM nt the a umo* executor time of 1 add will. ', MeHHra.! T. II. rinholster,, 1'01. I I year of $l.it2,0002n.' The abnormal : oak. wocid for the winter. That" -'Ia i :

I '*" for, (hair ntiprovnl Wilkinson and Itoyce: Uaiiuy.j I I derrmml In the foreign held In the I 1'"' would. drive a forester! "m, .,id i I. I Ii cool and heals. ....

I r, "'AD. IHilRUPOLI n. R. Ttirnn: I \ A. and II. U r Brown acre vis last several vctirn however. have i there was no help far it. K 1

f ExcoutnrAM 'ors, to Starke Friday.Mr. i, larKPlv] HtibHlddl I. anti In consequence' 'Ihe! wnterouk IH a valunbl 'it"> .Ii, M NOVCMI3ER: .
: I the lontractor for the 102321 '1I", .. food I. ,1.1, I
:Mcl.rod, DOO,0H!! 11 has been set for tho t-ruws fast and fnrI1 11..
I Tn "EIITOR > CIIEIIITOR Stnrko and Brookor road, wan here budget undor foreign/ operutlona On ter and wool!. The rn/orlim I, .t'nl. -- --- --- --- dl

". ,,,,1.1010.01 tn the Mtnto. of Floruln.Anna j'rday: looking! the road work. i this amount 13U4! .:303 Bl Is set aslda! for : "tub, COWl on our streets mil(; f'n 1

", r T iv or, Htirh dl: ;.gl..of :r. ..th. nntli : I :Mrs. Millie Oalney; nnd Mi"s Ella.n engagements; whit'h will clone the the f.illen acorns. The cattle foilntin ...

; ". rlntinn ut,,nlnHt Haiti ...111'0'' Dukes, who have been visitinir! t in I work for the refnitnes In flreecH for : : l true trimmers and oat the I"IL' .
with :
'iii'I nmr ImlnUtrnlor duly mithnnttrnt within 2 yrirnA Innt City, returned home Friday. f I whose amelioration S2.fli( *.1I'16.01! was off thn limbs rvt' down. We have mlh-, WITH YOUR PRIr M '

'. D 1023. or they will lid i '1'. B. I'inhoUtev>: and I Mnnn Arhews expended up 'ID Jun: 3(1( when thai in' i..utiLulit' a' ulir-t It un lone u'* I it* '

.1 I Rnnoi.pii n rnror! ot New Ittvor: spent the w.wkhere i Am"rlciu: 1 U<.d from wlthdit'Wand( I"IM t'u' itt plun*, which it hnr nor y'I' t ,4'r

'. r I I" Int.Annn I,. Th,.ilv., dy.eas'l the work was Inltnn over IInd..rlie lean r"d) in i turk'-. 'Lao_ .__ -dt .'!! l:

105Ut.ll.3n.M'F .. II P. Gairov; and t?. M. Mott war(' control .
. --------- i \1.i itors to Ha;ue Sundnv. Mrs. Mol t i liquidation and' com lust Inn of (II'pn"ral I t lift-! ml'. t" a trpi-, which Idi' : ._.. .)I

. I fl',If riOV;ATION 571 FOR HP T TUCI + X DEED : reI'nned homt- with them. I i relief In Ruropo! th.. budget provider .vi i-ok.' pies ir,' in reprinting: .. ... ,. .''f'. is -
fl'. BTATUTE3 Thomas a visitor! to th ItAI. I II. C wa t $1001)00.) i and I I"r' ". .
, v vita that J. \. Moiitnn .tdav, I and Itinular, I tl 1"I,t! I hull near r see _-... ,. r' ., _.
ounty pat Thin : CroBH projcctn forrlun ." -'- I. .
. i itrtlriikte. Nn 291. Jntcl the I tree'IA Nei: /,
: w
t -
Invl'lyI"/ n
I I '''v. A p. n,2linn, \ HUd nil" ,, Mr:,. Will Hollow,', of Waldo, WIU I I I and assistance lo ClnpierH listed under A poi m -.' ... : .
,, my' ,tree sins ha* made, uppll-\ I h..rc last ve'-k with her mother, Mr. urlnn\ oper lloni. I ire whosi-; li'in.'ry, mouth in I preat:" -- io-, f' "" (, -'. ( ." .. \
aeonnlBnca "
tix dial\ to IH.UO I .t
.. < I rtlflente, embraces tlir 1,1.[ I I'nllv I: Ahbolt. She went to IIlK'priPKH r! i n.adY for Emergency CelIa i Against the curth' sweet! puwlnlbreast ],: .. ) : ,
d) uruiM rty. tttttinuJ In Brad Thursday to visit her sistc ; V
P.irl,In, ... tOnirttr I' ; I Th readlnoens of the American Fled '
) .f So"lh.n.t Quarter I I h fore returning! ; home. !' Cross to answer Immediately" with efI I. \ (tree that looks nt God all day, "'= ?:;( ..J.l' '. I"

'-I.I:. a brmir rner.15 Section aerie, 3I.: Tp 6 A'I t H. S. Warren, of Hard'-ptown, wn, I'! fectlve lervlre! In i-asc of emergency" / I \ .d lifts her leafy arms tu pra>'. -. ,\ .-. I

ill I, ins nuarMod nt the date I\'reptlng friends in Brooker Mondn; Is an outstanding feature nf Its pro- A tree. that may in summer wear

,, Rof ouch certificate. In tho n..m"l I K A. \\Veks! and family, A. A. antI a''., Cram that Is unlvirmlly, rccngnlxed I \ i.i'.it. of robins in her hair;

nl I ocrtlflcnlo nhnll l>. redeemed! a. I Ii :. 1\(. Hiizen, L. R. and II. P. Oaino;r[' During last year ai.01111! wan spent whose bosom snow hits lam ; 1

i :nvv
.iv nfTicinl, ailln..ture and sinl thu' I and II I F. Thomas had hu..int.-'I i i itaike ir $207.50ii In cheese of budget, provl YOU

.u >lr October. A. ALDEIIM\N.I D 1"2I :_: Monday. .. !I .HlonH Thin year $404.000 has 'bt'enappropriated Poems are made by fools like .me, when you get printing, from this iliop.
.. O. W. !Hut i only God can mak u tree
d Clerk Circuit! Court I I for this' service Since x

; By C..l. D KNIfJHr,.puty Clark.. ,, .'jf'.4fjI\jJ.} .CIGk"t'J..C'LrLiIJJ.t; :?'+CT'' 'a 7flm%'": is-il thi Red' Crass haii admlnlitered We promise you service. Service

i| more than $20!OOQ.OOO/ In relief work A..void S J Lelicve + "h
.{ ''I <>F AOMIMHTRVTRIX i KK FiNAL ft COFFINS & I following dlasstrs.t study of m.inuscrpt; the proper facie of type to ; i
I>H! <'H \Kr.!o. i II the Hrhrdiilt.
hereby iiiven to all whr.m It may And a Full Line of t I other hndic 'G'JJ .trJSif : of( how
lion in alignment exact quality paper:
.. .Include $1- ;
'I 1 at nn the luth dny of December Unci.faSuppli... ; i for
J. .I"'n'. I jmltc ihnll' of apply paid rourt.to the na Ifonorailr judir of I' ', 2 2.Jj240:! for service. and anslntjncx. f1f;r: ". 1)fE. iicr d'rwriu.e.j and fold it. '
,f my flnnl dlwchnrtr nn admin trn- 1; i to the 1000' Chapters and
*><. eagle" of henry Corner; dnc.nn.dit ;: AUTOMOniLE HKAKSEAlwaT asilitUnrA. to '
f fI f Ilranibe $30,000 for i. f .f'I. tr"r No to small for our
. the inmn time' I will prenent my on haorf. Th. beat r f) job
I; "'>'intA .. ndminintrntrlx of said **- ti j i 1 'olb..r ranl7atluns, particularly ... : ...d..yE
etc a' the) low rut prlcrf. Apr Printing Standards
I r. i heir nppro\l I stressing. child l health activities: $194. Quality
October. 10 1 A. 1 D 1921 I ulecraph or- i .
o alleation. tu '
IRENE GARNER. ,111 <*< :l 600 for Junior lt"l Crone projects and ; ....: ":..l.1f .

.- 14 AdminiitrntrlxTH rm. Kcglaterrd Embalnir ;j( service! : I10.S'420: for aaslat.nc. to
I : .. ..... Bradford County
II" "TH'P OP APPLICATION; FOH \T: DEED j Nurgen' Training 8..huoQnll\ for oth ; il,1T-f\'o'j: 2 1 (5",4"
I 1:1>1JF.1t SECTION j-l OP THE DeWITT; C. JONES 1 I 8' activities $111451110 For supefvlf y / "
the Better
GENERAL STATUTF8r'l I' ... "Printing Matter of
''f >y notice In given that K. G. Maion.i STARKE r LA :| ulna of ; of tax sal.! AC
.>Nt.' l Bradford..Iy 241 and county 8'HJ.' Florida liuiutd by Bald tax (....11..rttft."h / .- 2L": 01TJtt: c:' Red Cross !.>.. then $22S.OoO' Is allotted. It it u K. .,,*>/. La ?al :Les lemur u fame ,


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i \ ) ,' A. W. Watson, of Orlando, i.3'' Subject, Trust God for What and ,ed by the B. Y. I>. U. 1 1I ,
l New Assortmenl of : the guest of her mother, Mrs II. F. \Vhy. ? I evening, V. B. Wheeler, ] ''f

( hesser. Scripture reading, Psalms 0:9: and Subject Devotional ,
arrived from I' Me I '
just I II 37:3.Lord's: rrayer.ReadingNatalie. "ling to be Content

f : :Miss Mary E. Thispen, Emma Flock Marcionny. Song

/ I son, Margie\ Ilousor and Carl Israel and the Red Sea-Ceulah [ Prayer-E. J. Kinir
were visitors to Starke Wednesday I Wheeler. I I'' Discussion of WotuQuestion 1

evening. I !-Quiz Lend
in Prison-Mozello McGruder.
..,_ 1 I I I Sentence Prayers-Led by Vestal 1 Introduction-Edv{ ,M ',

... I Dock Andreu, of Brooker, has purchased -, Wheeler! and clo&ud by Estella Hob Contentment and If",,
/ 1 the shingle mill owned by M. bert Durdcn
+++++++*+*++**>-H+ H-c. by. |
t +!+ L. Wattcrson. lIe is moving the mill i i Leslie
I I Readings- Futch, Wilma | Content but not (t'
@ I to Brooker. i I i May and Estella Hobby. Mm. II. B. Weest.

Ciiiirc! Services N l'hri I Scripture Readings: The Beggar and! the K
) j S. E. Rich, ; Starke, was visiting For :Salvation; 1st Peter 1:0.: A. Durden.

''onco I friends here Friday. For :Protection Hebrews 13 ://-6.) Worry Hinders tl;.
t If. + I J ; For Heaven, John 14:1-8.: 1 tPrice.i
.ttt+h,*+ tr i : I
+,}. +t+ttttt+ I Misses E"Thigppn
and MarI For
\nd ; / Mary Strength, 2nd. Corinthians, 12: '
Contentment ,
BAPTIST CUE; !:('II HUILETIN; i "j I fie! Itouscr attended the football 0. I I'i Es-inli.i
Miss Eva Williams.
I game at Gainesville Saturday Reading Mrs. Saxon.
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To I Business Period.I'r11)'erProt. .
Song, 1150. |
1 11 The regular! M-rvices! of the church I ,I I Rev W. E. Dougherty will preach Mary E. Thigpen visited her mother Lnwhmi, r ;

11, will In- held next Sllncla( '. Bible He'll ( at the Christian church Saturday evening i. Mrs. Thigpen, of Gainesville on '1 Closing hymn.
school nt 1J.Ir. m. Divine! worship |
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4 i i I ) Sunday and Sunday evening i iI Sunday.Mr. .
f '. nt i II I ::00). This will bed( I one of ourchildren's I lie I ( I I Mrs. Kate\: Sparkmun .. r

t t will hnvo services a special! when sermon tho for pastor the j i |! I I Kev. Jones filled his appointment I j and Mrs. J. H. Saxon and Mrs lis, of Waldo( were hh"I"]" ,

T These services ore always j I at the Baptist church Sunday. Sallie Saxon left Monday for :Pompano Saturday. \
p yrnmg.
3 i largely attended, and are of interest I I I whore they will visit friends ,
1 i I j Mr. and Mrs. .1..1. i '
to those who are older, as well us tnt r Arthur Wilson of Keystone: Heights and relatives.
1 I was tho guest of his uncle W. B. Alexander Keystone Heights, were. 1 ,
the children. Parents are requestedto i I I
I itors hero last
t make n special effort to be out with And I Sunday. P. E. Griffin, of Wildwood and his! Saturday.
the little onuii. The subject! of the I I I friend, Lofton Brown, of Webster'
I Christian: Endeavor the of Mr. Griffins Mrs J. )F. John-on M 1
pastor's sermons will he equally interesting i ,And | : Program were guests parents -
to young and old. I I : ) I Mr. and Mrs. ".. H. Griffin, 'In ,Johnson Miss May JnmEstolla > .
; i The following program was rendered Hobby motored, t to)
.; p ; The senior and intermediate B. Y. I I at tho Christian church Friday: Sunday afternoon.
li :P. U, meet tit 6:30.: Worship at 7:30.: Song, 177. I
I I I ; I 11. Y. P. U. ProgramThe I
Nov. 11th will always be known in
| The I Hong, 20. I Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn
1 t\ America as Armistice Day, and falling ] : I j I ball: call and business period. I following program was rendlr-I mess visitors to Starke !\l\I, .
on Sunday this year, Dr. Bullcnhas I 'l I ___
fl. \ secured for the evening service n I Are ) I --._- --- .- ,--- -- '- _.. .-, .-- --_. - -- -
set of over fifty beautiful colored :MRS. KOKINSON ENTERTAINS: :;: K." :
,1j 1 lidos on "J uined Churches in i I j. K.IiI.LJH I
0 I Trance." These pictures will give I

), name Idea of how the Germans duI And I'I' t .1
I r
ii tl n I voted effort to destroy the morale of I 'I'' \ : Mrs. J. C. :Robinson entertained theK. Syrup and LarrCane

A tho French people by destroying their How '. j I IC:. Klub. Thu<:yday: afternoon at
1 churches. We cannot visit France i ], her homo on West Madison street.

{ and look upon these ruins hut through And | I I'I The afternoon was spent in playing
\ these pictures we may follow the ''I auction bridge the game resulting in
t trail of the Hun's hate. Old and I ; Mrs. II. II. Young making high, anti Mills. Syrup Pans Cans Dip
f r' young are invited.( ( Patriotic and Gave Mrs. Hdwarrl Burns low. After tho ,

i Gospel; POURS/ will bo sung during: the I genre refreshments of fruit salad and Skimmers Lard Presses and Cans
+, service. |The ; I cocoa wore served on the card! t'ibles. and ,
{I I The guests included Mrs. Edward
L'L't I \ I Burns, Mrs.\ N. Stcrnberg, Mrs. F. L. Equipment.
V CHUKCII;) OP CHRIST :NOTES; : :i t Turner, Mrs. E. :P.. Neff Mrs G. C.

_ \: : i ('foiling Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs.\ E.

Ir In Acts 20:7: we read, "And upon S. Matthews, Mrs. F. F. Stump !Mrs.
', 1 11 tho first day of the week, when the! j I : I I (o. r.. liensley, Mrs. II. II. Young and 2-Horse Plows for Fall Plowing
s | f Sirs;\ S. L. Peck.

'' t I', disciples bread, }'aullr'nehed came/ together unto them.to break" : i --.------ Prepare Ground for Spring Crops
I 7Sl:
Note they met to commune, or to ''
I brenk bread. Paul's pi"-aching was I I !'' n.) C.
purely Incidental. The New Testament II I
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church met on the Lord's day, : J'I ]I Mrs.- A. JM, Darby was the delightful DeWitt Co
I JonesST
I in tho Lord'', nume, around the Lord's' I I hostess Wednesday afternoon to
t table to celebrate tho Lord's death 'the W. T. Weeks Chapter U. U. C.,
is it4 t i and sufferings, and l to contribute of 'I ; at her home on Thompson\ street.
their substance to tho support of tho : In the hull and living room wereplaced ARI<:E
Lord's church. It should l be even j '
bowls of bright/ hued zinnias ,
so In Starke next Lord's day, in tho / | and in the reception room vases of
iil 4 absence of 'tho minister: ( with : I beautiful Radiance rose added to the
v In the church of Christ there are 'ilnss' attractiveness of the spacious room. ---- -- ..
J '' : 1 two ordinances of Christ, not church ,-",' The business .
meeting was presidedover .
'4M1 and showed careful training.The I pate much pleasure from ,
ordinance, the communion and is I' ] by Miss Amelia Kay and !Mrs.
i.IIIG11L.1NU ; tunic quartette, composed of to tht ,
If I Christian baptism. Both are memorial ,' W. .1. Kpperbon: discharged the dutiesof I >m.vu 's will be lu j i'
ordinances. the communion, : I'r. : I I ;Messrs. L. G. Powell, S. E. Rich L. II them ,
t i One : hcTollice 113 secretary. Annual reports I to attend their p.m .
i1. Smith and John Powell, delightedheir !\
S ;j4 J' I niomnrall/os"': his: di-ath. The other, ( H. :: were read by the officers, these '|members of that depart: ,
audience with fine number and
baptism his burial and resurrection. | .n. ':/ ; for n
making good showing
\ reports a :
4 J Without lhe,"e ordinances we might: eVl'nl I the year's work. Mrs. J.1.: Alvarez ale. mixed! quartette, composed of quested to report to Mi"I I r. I'iI
have assembly of religious folks :: .vlrs. A. :l. Admins, Miss\ Hilda Struth, | man, superintendent' com" < >
an I !: director of the C. of C. chapter! made
L. F. Smith and II. C. Wall, also gave \ matter.
for religious but without
purposes p. m.
excellent of the that
an report work
r / i much appreciated number. j After- the closo of th'
t L.
I I' these we could nut have the church the! The j
people doing.
for which Christ died. young are The high school glee club, under | meeting, Miss\ Iris Epper "I"
: of Mrs. L. Peck added!
name s.
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baptism brings in into Christ-into the direction of :Mrs. A. E. Wall, gaveDuty's fully rendered several )p.
to thu roll and she
was u warm
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Ills body, into Ills I'hur'h-1I1111( tho welcome. The chapter was pleasedto Cull, which was a splendid tions and the charming: I II
I lumber, faultlessly rendeied. served the guests with deiiI :<'l
ffimmunlon sets fnruh the fact that I
v have as a visitor, Mrs. L. C. Ruy. I I
for punch and cake.
S in His! church our life it sustained, by I The retiring president, Miss Amelia I I t
I the life of Him who built the church | Kay, nominated for president for
I'y keeping these OI.\.IIII"'UI4!. nx the ntirt : ,:: I II
ii I \: the coming year, Mrs. J. M. Brown-
New Testament church kept them 1 I bo Ice, and sue was unanimously elected, II. L. Brownlee and :Mrs. W. I
u we show our faith in Christ. the Head I' the secretary! casting the ballot for I. Epperson were hostesses. Tuesday II! OUR ADVtllTWNO: AWl
1 of tho church and our fellowship with ||I is ItI.e chapter. The election resulted as ifternoon to the members of the Law e
,,R the New Testament Christians, and (1 I follows: Bible class of tho Baptist church, at I
i \ the identity and perpetuity of the new I, live President, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.1st he home of Mrs. Brownlee. "'
( state
Testament church of which we areu I 1 vice president, Mrs. T. C. Mor Tho parlor) and living rooms wero
humble members. Then-fore, let 1-'I<
i cv- I ris. imply but effectively arranged, and \G"
?', .1. pry member! be present next Lord'sd.iy ) lind vice president, Mrs. L. A. Davis. owls of glowing marigold: were us-
', j ,l at 10 a. m. for Bible school and of a / / I d for decoration. The afternoon bo-
.. and I
$ it I 'f c'onUIlU Jon. Secretary! Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ng cool cheery 'fires burned in the VARIETY
W. F.. DAUOHERTY, I Treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. rates, adding to the comfort and .fl-
:Minister.ST. theft / }lee of 'Vt1.ryl./aJnJI i# '
i of I Historian, Mrs. Luther G. Powell. heerfulness of .the rooms.
fense! Kugistrar, Miss Olive Ray. This being the regular business lead t' HOHB TOWN PAPER

i :MARK'S CIII'KCII I!prior !: Director C. of C., Mrs. O. L. Hayne.- ,nd social meeting the class was call- I Q'qe's Jeatitrcf, news ana
? -Jlrs. U. L. lieaslcy.! assistant. I d to order by the president, Mrs.
,. The service for the Twenty-fourth i I ; During tho social hour, the hostess Jeo. C. White, who also conducted "lltls.. ;"youffc
Sunday after Trinity will be at 11 n. assisted by her daughter, Mrs. S. L evotional exercises, after which the 'I .
II). I Jli Peek! served tempting refreshment. usiness affairs were taken up. Re- I' f u
of hot tea' white cake, jello toppec icrts of the committee for the home
1 There was a large! attendance at ,
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and cherries UK
whipped cream ,
: lepartment, cradle personal ser-
tho Mission last
Study night
? fridiiy with
''i I U. D. C colors of red and white be ice, social etc., were heard: and all i .:
and it \Is hoped) that this will continue and ; 'I' NOM,:
carried out in tho dainty refresh!
'. during the month.SUNDAY. houses much good: work being dona.hrough TeWN '<"
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these channeir.It 1
I Pave
I : < Mrs. L. A. Davis extended an InvItation I was vjtod that (.t sac'i' social::! \
( 'o"i | for the chapter to meet w.U. neeting recognition of the birthdaysI I

eral : ; the first Wednesday in December I 'iceurrmyr during\ the previous month
!\ the invitation was promptly ucItCAiniFUL >f members of the home department,

d H. ; : I cepted. hould be made by having the so-.ml {I
4 i j \ : I fleeting; as their birthday party and |
II. '' SERVICE SUNDAY I, is many of these members are hut-- i

I '" EVENING: ] .ns, or aged ladies, the class antici- j
SERVICE day. I -'-'
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: Last Sunday evening there was Ii' --
were '
capacity crowd at the Methodist! "
| H. .. to hear the excellent program. t GENERAL INSURANCE I
p.. ,t We are open to serve Park, : \.. under the direction of the lo-
you seven d.iys: each ; Woman's Christian Tvmperai.ce! !
i j O. I Union. The World's Temperance Sun-
week days ''[ ;\ & was observed in many parts of FiRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE .
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-----4 I _., United States and foreign coun- Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 1 14 I
i GAS AND OIL | borly\ :\ : I and. Starke kept pace with en- Hours Every Day. I

I: STATIONLiki tors I I The program appearing in the last STARKE FLORIDA"ASK 1.1
I J. ;\ : ( of the Telegraph was", carried

All Repair Work j'' a visit I I with much credit to the perform

1 Guaranteed : and everyone: enjoyed hearing the
a ;fr ,I : : I of tho various", Sunday YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
I Mrs. sing" and recite. Ed. Netf, .
I I berly ., distinguished himself by reciting over' 35 year the E. O.:Painter Fertilizer Company ha furnished nor .'.

Stern's Garage i...'I were : : Boy and the Cigarette. Tho (rower* with fertiliier The continued patronag experienced grower I'*"

d ti .t I II (, The song given by the Presbyterian proof of satisfactory re ult..
.; ; STARKE. FLA. i night : school pupils was much ap COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOX7D MAS* IT.
I son ; 1 also th" reading by Lucile.l.tcbel. WHt F"r Nor Fill Price U.le Jut.....*..- .
I and ,: : The n-...' >u by the Cn 13- .,
Q --_ 'charge. I Sunday school went excellent E. 0. Paiuter Ititiiutr, Co. ; < ] '


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