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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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t l ball term of circuit court adjournii I As we announced in a previous issue I!I Inasmuch as the week beginningNov. Till ST.UJil"O: I.\-"S: IIA'II :

Thursday evening after an une- arrangements arc being made ]IMh has been designated as National !Mis\ Mary\ Ilirria I Armor lectured! An >--

\ ntful session. The following cases for a bile day for tho farmers in Educationaleek, \ and, that nil In honor of !\Ales Mary Harris Ar- Tuesday. evening at he Bnptmt church institutewill ho hold, Krldiy and
ere disposed! of since our last writ- Starke, Saturday November 21th ministers distinguished lecturer to Satunlaj after, ThanksgiMng ,mind all
requested to moi 1
are preach a a prohibition n packed( house, her mihunt being teachers, ma ,
requested to bo
Ill: : : tins finally been settled on, when sermon on Education on the first day guest, of Mrs. N. D. Wainwright '' A Square Peal The local W c'. T. Acccinling to | present.'
statistics .
loss
Ch it Docket Ithe! speakers can be present. L. M. of the week; I, as county superintendent pioDidcnt' of the club, the executive U!. wore foilunate-. securing a date cent of than 23
I I':. M. Johns vs Shelton Hall, dame RhodeM, State Marketing (Commissioner earnestly insist that all who are committee of the Woman'. with 1\11.\ ... Armor for her to speak )per our tl'lll'lll'rR have ever'

$100. Jury found for plamtitr who is probably the best Informed able to do so will assemble at some Club entertained at luncheon Tuesday here, and, the people] I of Starke showed their ha,1Illy/ work profesHional' training for t

whti will awarded $1HJ.50/ : and cost ofi man in the Southern States ';(" church where they will hear the plea at olio. dock, at the club house, the their appreciation of tho not.1I'I'ohihition I Him. und! wo are,vhlch this year offering .

I ,ii I. on the subject of Markets and the for better education of the youth of building being attractively decorated I lecturer bv giving her a i i training is highlyapproved

Osceola Fertilizer Co. vs W. II 1 Ed- needs of the farmers( will be present our fair land l i iI i with hasUot-i and wises of choice roses capacity audience and numbers of so- und bv our state superintendent
through this t
..?rds. suit on promissory note, d imi Mr. Rhodes has devoted a great share further suggest that every ,h M !Mesdames' N. I). Wainwright, E.M ::.. dill eouitesies. 'j IH-II should training our chile ,

i _is $::100. Jury found for plaintiff, of his liftto problems of the'!who has been enrolled during thin Johns anti O L. Haynes received. Fur over an hour shehold her nu- j ,' r""l'InUlC'h! hotter ser

shu. was assessed $1J7.! ( (6 und $2">> atrnev's farmer and, no man should receive!! n- term attend every day during this. -I-Iucatiomil I',I Forty-three ,persons sat down to n dii-nce spit llhound by hi'r ,eloqimnco. ed.obtainmix

'' fees. Defendant moved to greater! welcome to Starke than Commissioner ,: week and that we will noto delicious luncheon of run st chicken and earnvstiic'SN Ile-r subject was I ( \ ..
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i verdict aside. Was allowed 60I Rhodes His. subject has the enthusiasm! created thereby. nnd dressing, unshed potatoes, peas, masterfully. \ handled from many \'it.\\- 1 1 I strong and\ show to per >.

I \ to present bill of exceptions i not been announced but needless to I further suggest that all \pupils puklos, fruit .salad, hot rolls nnd butter points. and i mining through her ml I i that, \\'o mi one hundred our, community .

Criminal Docket say it will be c.:e of vital interest to put forth extra efforts. to have perfect KV cream nnd wafers e'oIT'e.1 dress was a mingling of humor and I teachers' per cent "

.t =State vs W. M. Harrcll indicted, for the farmer err the interested. in !I' recitations during this week for, the :Mrs. J. L. Briggs' of Jacksonville, wit that mot, u .Iii ppy response' in horhearcrt. 11:10! :: [Devotional exorcises. ZIIf..1"" '

,."ing!! \ mortgaged property Case: the farm. Mr. Rhodes has far more ]:I untold benefits are "surely, yours if f ivored, the company) with two bountiful .. Mrs. Armor is a delightful I !Pit: I Roll call ... .

ii\.>llo prossed. calls und im I:....on" to speak to the .,"11 only succeed.! solos 1 Homing (Dolnego) and speaker and is heart, soul and body i: 10:Oil, Group work 'Ii

Mate vs Walter Speed, assault with farmers than lie is able to accept and I thank you all for the efforts. you The Mar: (Rogeis''). Mrs.. N. D \\ aniv in t thetempeinnve work I ((1), > Primary depo'tnu'ntiihay : ,

itent to murder. Plead not guilty his coming to Starke is an occassion have put forth, but let us do. moie i \ i right, as president. made a welcome. Wcslovan yellows, the oldest college to. teach/ number ,:<,

fury found him guilty and he was I when every citizen should. be on hand I' H. B. WIGGINS, address in the name of the club and for women in Amciica' mil the :Scour: of work .
| through third
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,pntenced to two years in tho peniten- to hear him. Through his assistance Superintendent was followed) by Mrs. Arthur Wood first in the world to confer degrees on grade .
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I(, ( language\ work in the firs .
On motion to set verdict aside I and that of his department of vice of the local W. C. T. .
nary. some president II women conferred on !Mrs. Armor tho 'three '
The subject of education is one of gradeMrs. J. 1'Iooru! ": .
1 iefendant was 60 days to I the knottiest for the farmers U. who for the sin .
given pre- problems I vital importance to the generation i wel..ome.1lrll. Armor honorary degree of l.LD. She has Mill! ()liv'(> Ray.
lent bill of exceptions.State of this state have been solved. Woman's Christian Union traveled .
Temperance extensively in this and other ,
that is growing( up. No time in the ((3) Intermediateand )
va Johnny Brown breaking Every citizen of Bradford County i is past history of has it Col. C. !L. Poek, mayor welcomed countries. Although she clues' not seek I grammarnchunl. : ..'
our country P'.
and entering. Plead guilty One year' interested in the subject of more i been so important that those of the distinguished' guebt in the I ;invitations to speak, it Is it phvsicalimiossil (How to truth decimal and, commoa

in penitentiary.State money for our farm products and school age at least complete that name of the city, and, Introduced her ) >dit.for. her to till all the I fractions.Prnctlciil. +s
vs Kay Padgett, forgerly and is wanted to hear Mr. to the audience. Mrs. Armor dates .
your presence grade und the high school Our business responded requeUe-d Her lectiiio itmoran application. of prulleir,
uttering forgery. Plead not guilty.I'ontinued. i !Rhodes.Mr j development I \ in the country has in a most happy) ) manner oomph- ,...< includeCanada and several European ; win'k.

i I I : Rhodes always gives a portion reached the point where the majorityi meriting: her hostesses' the club house conntriete' New "Zealand m endeavoring The nun in ten,.lung muritlpoet tcS. --.
State vs Violas Reynolds carnal of his time to the of and the little of Staike. Hor! listeners
; answer questions i the opportunities are closed to the city to secure her platform ser '' S. 11\\, IlIlIt.I '
I intercourse with unmarried, female { were captivated by her charming .-,.", and, it is probable that who will
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particu-lar I youth unless he has at least completed I I'I. : l-'nglish in I the grades:
under 18 Found not guilty. I her and wisdom, there.
years. the four year high school course personality, wit go and to Japan next year 1. Value of composition work.
State vs Emma Hill assault! with | meeting is very interesting and helpful I or its equivalent.The I Mrs Armor is n life member of .the Immediately. ] after the bet line, Dr 2. Rome- common dillic'iiltu-s! intone

intent to murder. Plead not guilty. I for it enables tho farmer to auk greatest factor in promoting I Woman's Club having received this I and Mrs .1. J I. (sullen gave an informal 'lung.
.mtinued. I his and get practical help honor from the I in her oJ
questions oigaiiiiation reception at their homo for Mrs.Aiinoi 3.
education and interest in it I if the Progiess to be mil''!.' from this "
We have been requested to .state from a man who knows. I parent.' Parents have an influence' homo town in Georgia I ', members of the "'. O: T. \II. fourth grade/ up through thu eighth.
that Constable Jacob Johns did i< not' Remember the date, tell your Tin invited guc-stt were the executive and their husbands being the invitedriiosts 4. ,
Should l
I which can make! or break the idealsof << "'III'Iwr"frllI" nil. Lesspapery
t-rve as bailiff at this term of court friends, > and plan now to hear Mr. the child.! In other words'! ni'ICIM liounl, of the W C. T. U., moiu- Mrs W .1. Epperson: and, an to oinpositlon.

-i last week's Telegraph had it. I I Rhodes on Saturday, :November: 21th. the parents. take an interest in education hers of the ,'Iuh. Mayor C. I.. Poek, !hire..1. W. White assisted Mrs.] lIul.j 1lIow can tho school overcome jfi&rl

----- I Kver>.farmer in Bradford, county is and encourage! the children along Alt" M. E:. Eclwnid: '' of I.lIwh'11':\ .. Ion in receiving and, introducing Mrs, outside' nsiioi. .iiilion and, get belli"
DONALD KELLEY ('El.EIIK VTES; 'i J I. L. and \ Todd of Jnik- I
i invited Chat line, the child becomes the loser. BiiLcgs 11 cc. Aimor to the guests. 1 Kngllflll used by I Imo( pupils? 1r "

Bllt'l'II11.11'Little ... soiiillo, Mrs ( rnce Ford, of Ninth White i'In'vsiinlheimiinscie/ 11"1' ( 0. Any oilier 4'
|I ---- ------ At various times during the! coming subjoots that thaspcaker k
week the of this will have Urn in h, Mich.lloslcasee !I for decorations; in the reception doslro 'to
schools
\ Sirs. In/I
I C. OF C. bIFE'IINI.The : : : city may use-
of !Mr and'I IMr for t this n'diii 'living I i '
i Rcfioshmcnt
Dunnld Kelll'yl son talks, songs etc elating to the need, pleasant j'I : rooms. were White and Mrs Bos"10 McGruder.
*. :Sim Kelley, celebrated, his? sec- I 1 I lof a better education and the advantages wonMosdnmes' \ N I D Wainwrlght, J..1.I. I I served, in the ,dining mom, tintabli' 12:15\! : Noon

,nil\ birthday, last Sunday, and the little Children afternoon of the at Confederacymet the \Vnmtin's : to be gained, by it. Set! one dny L. Puk, J. W Andrews, Jr, .1.I II. |I ,being laid with a handsome lave cloth. ( 1 1:10.:: loin him; pupils how t.i study y:

I man is very proud that his birth. Saturday next week aside when you will visit. Hil'h, O. L. Bi'iislov, K K. Perryninn, I and centered by a cliilnlv 'Corn on i a I ireflector .- S. S. Di.wlmg, W. O. Duval i w

ti : .1.' i falls on Armistice day. 'I Club House and had as> invitedguests the hoot what A 7. Adkms E. R Neff, .1. C. I Roh- [ iandlcs ii len adding to the I This is
si see they are doing, a very important subject w
I 11.nat..! was made happy bv having thc W. T. Weeks Chapter! U. Your presencewill ill""I1. L. A. Davis, I-'. II Long and charming effort Mrs. A. 1\1. Darby], which sliemld! bo thoroughly studied
very encourage
; .iv his guests n large! number of relitncs ,i I the D. C.J., J.and Oickinon a number of veterans of I I thc school children, and the teachers! Ii. :\1. Turn in. and MIHS Ainelui Kay poured' hot' by all h'U'hl'r14.

; and everyone enjoyed the camp. -- -- ------- e'hocolfitiand uoio'" II'"lilt cut III serving Jall'fhd';: ) ,, Ii"wnrcl vaI
The director, Mrs. J. M Alvarez, jby i I showing that you are interested ill : athtiido! of .1 i t IIC'KM', t0-
.: I bountiful supply of good things to business meeting of the the! work that the aic- ,doing I I rr.II'TtII: wafers, and ehocolati by Missos\ his prnfetsxfon1'' Lawhirn
.at provided? by Mr. and !Mrs. Kelley. I II ttatfed a KniinicDarbv and Bout 'ice Itiillen.Or aril A. J. Thomas, r
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that would have done ------ ------- ,
1 young people I and Mrs.. Button prmcd them-
.. credit to u grown persons organizaI : EDUl'\TIO i COMMIT i rn: or! 'omnu.N (''oinicil of ( 'liri liim luircli I .. Upon the* proper consideration of
I OI4 "FItIENDF:: : GOOD; KO\I | '- IVOH gracious entertainers, and the
Dim
cr crI I'I' The knowledge of parliamentary I <:(I.I'U WILL SECt UE PICrUKI-ii :, The Woman's/ council oil the Christian I diMiiii'liishod I C honor guest expressed tmhjoit depends. the SUCORH pr 5 *
//I '! rules gamed youth will be of failure! of every teacher.
been' in ; church meets every [Friday af- .
'. The following invitation has l her high iippncintionLW \
:a i 30 A ii'vii'w of the woZfc
i great help to the C. of C. members Suitable. Film for National:\ Educational tf-rmmn and a special prouram' : is. nr- : county ". ,
,received Ihs "'flee'The: citizen )I -- .
at \ .
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Witigms. '
when they become men and women. month for the Hccond! ;: ; I
Week at the (Gaiety' tanged every
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invito to the formal I j jLnvvtey
of I PIIRCO county you I A
:f : i unit I Lucile :Mitchell, tho retiring presidentmade I ,' Saturday evening./ I cordial invitation is extended to
county's ,
of Pasco '
opening nil Interested ,persons.Sieliirdav '. I' k
of
excellent report the pastyeai's The rendered /
.of the national highway, Hade City an ) The educational committee of the'Oll1l1n'S following program was [ Nov. 10 --!Mr. and ;Mrs I R. j :: -- 1'rnfonnional. I raining
::1 : work and good reports were lit the 'hurc'h Saturday night find I c''.
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Club, Mrs. L. A. Divis Jr.
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: : November 22, 1J2:1.! : Barbecue, music,, the W Cox, of JackKonville, seem guonla work, 1 '.
the other officers of
) also lead by .
in-liking." This Invitation is for allwh. I chairman, will co-operate with the theabsent ones missed u treat.Sting :Monday of, !Mr. and Mrs. R. !M. Tracy. 4'
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I 11VIII Tell the WondiousStory. -- ,
.' attend Dade City's proud chapter.Election County Supi'rintc-iident of Education I !Mr. and Mrs T. L. VViiinwiighl and
<> wish to of ofUcors resulted follows :NKWIV\ ; 1"11I-:11111.101.: :: .:
as .
1 1 ht.iv'. boosters of good) roads should II. n. Wiggins: and S. S. Howling \ children matured In Macclonny\ Sun 'I. IN'
1 : principal of the Bradford High/: School Prayer -Mrs..1.: .\1I.n. day. --- '
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.::1 ,i present President Elise Jones. in observing! National llucalional: l :Song/ lie I I.plllh'Ch Me Hn/el AdkinH, of :Starlto, spent the New train schedules<< for the Solt- 1 ...

J '' i'. P.1U'I'YThe i 1st vice president, Vlrjlniael'kK.. Week, :N'ov.: 18-21. Among cither I Bible, reading, the CtTlh Psalm.I ek-cnd here. with her grandmother\ board, went into effort Sunday at ... ,/!I.I
H. Y. I' 2nd vice president Evelyn; Stump. Mrs..1. I"". noon 1 Ilxcept: for the early morninflftariri '
I timings this commtteo will look after Circle of prayers lOll by Mrs.. 1\1. 1 E:. Edwards.Mr. : I'
)hazel( Middle-ton.( ( winch arrives in Stirkent' "
enjoyabloHllilowe'en Secretary, during the coming week will be a ac-- Johnson. and !Mrs J. '.V. llarbi-i and l now : \ .
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B. Y. P. an .
gave Treasurer, Harriet Ritch lOstel- .1 1I5 I : I a. m. Instead. l of lit ri:21i .
the suburban le'tillil of suitable pictures to l He lieiidmr.i Keep to the Right: i.hildren spent 5u", lay and 1\1onday I : a m., 'ti.ilK .
party at I historian Mary Canova. shown at the Gaiety Theatre duringthe la !Ilobby.Rending. 111'1 lierotitfoio. (lie. time! of arrivals I ispriii'lieally ,
with relatives.
/: Maccleriny[
home of Mr. and !Mrs.!:! J. M. Brownlee Virector.Ir.! ... O. I.. Haynes. week. j / !How are we enforcing the I the nameas before.
.
I !Mist 1.II..nlfllr.I; of Sandrrmm,
evening.The
in Friday Assistant director, Mra. O. L. Beas- prohibition haw in our town-- Mrs. W. .
people were all masked I The state chairman of education! of ,pent a few! days, hero limt week with
young A
f md dressed uitnbly;\ for tho merry !I icy. meetinJtIrs.: I'the' I"lorlIII.ll'raUol1 of Woman's L. Bugg.\ 'her aunt, Mrs' 1 L. A. Marr. Smith:; returned, to Chicago, III, last ,;I
After the business No There
Miss :Mildred Crosby andHem. Clubs, urges every club member in Special song, Night .1. W. Andrews, Jr., of Strike, was week.lax. "7
''l", ..Ision.. .hell Crosby won tho prizes for Alvarez and Mrs! Haynes assisted, by 'the state to sued solidly behind! this :Mrs. Grllim:" ;Miss Jones and :Miss! I transacting. business in Lawtey Frl-I Assessor N. D. Wainwright, of t'i ;
'Martha :Saia [Hope( and GcorIgia -
costumes., Jolly Powell !l'du'l\titmlll movement, and, has outlined Wheelc-r. day and Suliird.iv: I Slarko, was tiansacting biiline-SH( III
ippc'iinng in the best Haynes and Evelyn; Stump served -' conducted Mrs.! Al- .'
Bible:, drill by
i .
J JI' were played and refreshments a very comprehensive program :Silas I'ull" was n visitor, to Jacksonville 'dawn! 'Ilinrsday. .
games and, cake hot chocolate and sandwiches. Till for the week. lon. u Sunday.Mm Dr. WId.II i; : <'lon of SUrko was .vt

,,1 .orved.Among. of ice cream were I favor on each plate was a spray of I I 1 Rending, Be Careful What You Say M.\ E.; 1'lwllrf1In.1:, K.n. l.nu- n pror"Kllion..1'illitur' to I.aw toy last:
I scarlet salvia. Mrs. J. F. Johnson. 'I f
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rue motored. to tllrk.IflnlllY! after hursday.1
Blanche ,
those present were 1IlT'I1FUI.n.I1STICJ; -; DMSIKY | De-bate) Resolved that poverty ian ', -
Eunice Perkins noon. Mr and Mrs. I., A. Davis anti children

Alderman Mildred Alvin Gill, Beck Fannie Darby Hernhell -- I 311iS. CItR114 (.IVES iIIIHt1E ICE | greater 'te-niptntlon to sin than is .1. D. Randall' of Orlando was a 1 business of Jacksonville" were! visitor: I I ,11
I Iweiillh. Albrmative, Beulah Wheeler ,
Frank Carpenter, Chas; PARI'\ vinitor here several 'days) of last he-r I riday. ** *
Crosby Isabel and Armistice Dny was fittingly observed i i ; negative-, !May Jones week.MrH. I bliss Monies Terry, of Stnrke wua
Mildred Crosby! ,
Powell Beatrice Ttullen Orrie Wiggins, Rosa Mrs.! A S. Crews entertained at Sunday afternoon at theWoman's !Roll call answeied by. Scripture I L. A. Marr arid children visited visitor with her! parents horn\ Sun- .
Club auditorium. U. S. flags quotation and, offering laid 1 on the I 1
Leviton Hugh Brownlee, Jr., Iris Ep bridge: Friday afternoon at her 'were placed In and, relatives in Sanderson Thuruluy.Lonnie : diy.
conspicuous places '
table. i Mr. and, J\I\ It. M and,
I'ruscott Tracy
Ilennett.WOMAN'S lhlll'minlbun alow home /Inorth: : I.ifand !Melvin I'M.
person! John Powell Eunice ferns. and cut flowers added to theIhenuty KrndiMg: The Lady Said Society- .
Walnut street. j of Hiifhlarid, worein town on daughter I Doris, visited relatives inMncrlenny
of tho large and, comfortable May Jones. hUIII-\\
, :, CLUB :MEETING:, White and pink roses! were used auditorium.Mrs. noHS!/ Saturday.. Sunday r
for decoration, and throe tables were I I Short Talk-Mrs. W. E. Daugherty i !Mr .und, Mrs Bivant, Ueddnh, IJf'' Mr. and. bins I. H. Hill were In e
; L. A. )Davis the I
I presided over W. E.;
Ten talk
minutes by pastor,
I.I/lI'lwfll1vill I arid Monday Starke Tuesday
lle Sunday
moetintrWeili laid for auction bridge, hOlm'-m spent i
There was an interesting! service and tailed on (Rev( L. W. Ki1-, I; '
,esday afternoon, of the Worn- candy being served on each table The lit" r for the opening prayer. The excellent I' Daughertv.. I here with relative" i j ji Mr W. A. Barrett, of Jacksonvillespoiif

,n's ( lub, Mrs. A. %. Ailkins, chairm game! resulted in Mrs G. C. Collins music was under the direction II. >. 1'. U. Program (i S. A. Bryan and .1. 1. DuboHe, of i iMa Monday. hire with her mother,

in of the legislative committee be- making high and receiving as a prizen IIr Mrs. E. K. ferryman tho spe-rial I The following/ program was render- ike, were visitors here Monday I :MIMI; K: KdwanlJ.Mr : .
I'. Junior D. Y. Enoch: J. Roberta Sunday nil I Lucy Molt, of Lake Butler,
hund-pninted bud vase. Mi s S. numbers |I f-d b.v group one of) the spent I
charge 'J
i lit' in being a iantJt'1, hi- l.anil-
ill Matthews made low and was presented P. U. last Thursday evening at 7.H: :>> Mildwiii, and Jacksonville with re-la-i v. .,m. flue guest last week of Vlrs Trudy l
\t tn:! the class nnrliamentarv i ir'a of the Pilgrims and a male >|'uaintte r. '(
',:rv with Mrs. II. II. Young as lend- with the consolation prize u Uand- I touchingly sang, Some'time, I'o'clock': lives.Hev.. Willis "rr'
.i', win in session. This clasa is open indo handkerchief ,oinewhere.Col. ; leader! Vestal Whoeler. I I K.: Ii Buyer filled his regular: )| I I"'. U Long, of Starke, was trans- .M ?

nil members of the club and quite The hostess" served delicious! chicken -I I 11) I K! Knight/ introduced ,the), A >sling a boy arid God., l appointment at time! Baldwin Baptist intirir, I business In town Saturday
coffee In. north,, :: returning )\1u'HIy., | Lunnie! and John !Mogely, of Mnx-
tk umber' enrolled at the first' salad :!altinesooli'o" and of Soma, When Love Sumac Sunday
i:\ wore speaker the day Mrn. W. S. Jen- '(
ting.lln with whipped cream.' Illogic who is first vice president ofGenerill I Sentence prayers. I Mr!. It. It. Thudu and dant'litei-j \ Ills, were vistiors to Lawtey Sntur- !
O. :Virio mji'.rcd" to Sliirhe- ThiT'ilaj ': dii". '
Mesdames !
t t.-ses for the afternoon were: Invited guests were : Federation of Wmmsmn'sI'luhs Business period.Roll : "
Jo:. S. Matthews G. C. Col- all answered with Bible quo- Mrs. Charles! Wc-ddintflein( who lyre I I Ira Wilson anti Frt ellltln Johns ofStiirko
I"" i '. O. I.. n..n..Jey.Irs.: E. E. Canoi I.. te-nsley) of the United, States, and IIn (
i, Mr*. P. F.. Cnnova, Mra. T. J. .,m, C. A. Futch K.': M. Davis, O. :M.1.Inmall. .x-prc-sident of the Horida lederi-' tations. h in spending several, wuekH hinat, vi tiled rlcnds here [Friday l }
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"nfliii, Mrs. L. D. Green, Mrs. C. A. E. R l :Self; S L Peek, F. L. tion. Mr. Jennings has spoken ,in Song, !!pnd, the Light I the home of..her couin, M.... A. A.I. e-viTiing' business '
------ John S. Andrews was a
I I. uiih, Mrs L. A. Davis and Mrs. O. Turner, II. [H. Young, C. F Hoover Starke! before and, her splendid) address Introduction-Vestal Wheeler. I
Wheeler I ,ihnrn Saturday and Sunday visitor, to Jacksonville Monday. ,
I L. and ;Mini Williard Bishop. much The ('halll'nlCc-I.uis M
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Haynes. mcetmir MM w. il I' was appreciated by her David Visits hii Brother*-Marvin I '!'lovc-lund Sullivan, of Itieronsii. I.. A. Marr and l ""n. Iorcn/o, were
At tho business friends and tho large audience
many
s toil hiM mother, Mrs. J.P. Sulliin visitors to Sanderson' SundiyMr .
I E. Middleton made an excellent roert VISITOR' FROM I C\RO-( 'cheered f her enthusiastically. illiams. I a
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1'1.1': : : t U-e :yaturthry.11rs.: I llohiinnnn of Graham vinited
health. Through an error in At the close' of the David: Asks 'lItllnMary' ,
on I 1.1".V impressive service
I Ambrose, of Waldo, was a friends. here Sl1n<1&y.:
last month's report Mrs. E. L. bigr!:*! I Rev T. J. Hedged, of the Pn-s- Wynn. ,
anti Rev I.. \V.Kickliter .
omitted from the hostesi'Ht bvteriati church Icn- )David l Is Taken to Saul-John Lnt- I 't'.r to our town Tiii'sday.Uev. Supt. H. II. Wiggins
the
'name, was Vance Perntt, of Mullins, S. C., has ediction. pronounced ty Wheeler Jones will fill his appointment ; of Stark, were visitor to(

Roemer, editor of the been! spending several days with his When Goliath Saw I>llvldJnnieMIlY ( she Baptist church next Sunday : the Irfiwtey school Monday: : u i

Mrs. Joseph made splendid address uncle, N. G. Hajes of Brooker and Pearce ,"qrni/l' and evening. I I Mrs. B. L. Blum-hard Is spending] '
Florida a
Bulletin and Child Welfare ie: now visiting his cousin fV.: BENEFIT;:\ : BRIDGE; PART1 David's/ Victory-Cleu Price W F;. [Daugherty) : lillod his appoint- s\'rlll I clav with relntlven in !Melro -

on Education of public Hayes, of Starke. He has already I Scripture readings, I'nnlnu 27:1-: ont at the Christian' rhun-h Sunday, u this week. '

II., B Wiggins> superintendent for this county made toured a number! of the Southern and I 1 Thursday evening( of last week the Vestal Wheeler. rni'.' arid evi-mmr. Special mimic I A. 11. Harlov ant J. J. l\Ie'o.1 were u r'

I instruction educational lines Western states and now e'fplctli'to! finance committee of the Woman's: I Matthew 11:20-21-M..ry: Lee Wynn '"/ s rendered by S. 1'".. Rich, of Starke I transacting" busiiies-i in Jacksonville *frb #

k is (rood addrealong social hour Miss Hilda see Florida, taking in all the princi- Club gave a benefit bridge party at John 11 : n-1: ] ,1-Herbert urd..n. I'1 his clarinet. I Saturday s I 11dire.

During the lovely con pal places in middle and west Florida the club house, the affair being in Seeretary's report. A. A. I'utch and family have re- I ;\1. K.: Todd of Ft. Myers, ii

',) Struth who possess the! following a voice as he goes south He will stop for charge of Mrs. G. M. Inman. Song, Tii Our Own I Ii.! Y. P. U. I' .."f/! returned! from South Florida the guest of :\'rs.1.: l. .K.: Edwards thU q k a
tralto
voice gave some time in S"iuth Florida returning Eight\ table were arranged for Benediction. i--i- they visited Mr utch's broth-i, weekMrs.. w
number:' He is traveling I T G. 'Futl'h. of Le-pufiurg. They L 1 A. Murr: visited relatives In
Thou Not That fair via the East Coast bridge, and when the game wm finished Rov. Quinton, of Chiple, will deliver { i iin
(a) Knowest Miznon. arranged in a Ford, roadster with a light' ,! it was found! that E: S. :Matthews the sermons at the Christian .1| many points of Interest he-fore Iliirhlnnd
Land? (from Thomas the opera) (b) When the covered truck body built on in which had won the first prize a handsome ;, church Sunday morning and evening t"r: return and report pleasant' i| 1.8 rr..mure. Rhoden, of Jacksonville F
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by Heichardt). he carries his camping outfit. This jardiniere. C. A. utch wan en- i There will he special music renderedby n. spent the week-end hero with relatives. ,

Roses Bloom ( accompanied By body is long enough for a cot, has titled to the booby prize and receiveda him and his. wife. Everybody' invit ":. E. Rich, Misses Elizabeth Ken- .
Mis! Struth was glass window for light and is sCl'l'l'ned pair of candles. .k: and Katie Green; of Starke ./ The annual election of officers for

:Mrs. E. K. Perryman sandwiches at the piano.and against insects. j At the close of the game, sandwich-I ed.W.. P. Birt and family, of Alachua, I tp"-tled! l church hero Sunday.Mr. I the town of Lawtey will be held next

.. Hostesses. _' _, served...ah -...1. ... t er''1''' If. i* very "tii'-h im,.'Psseri with es.' tea and coff_ were s.rv.d. The were visitors here :Sim': ,1119< and Mm. J. V. Jones vllliteoll| Monday: Nov. 19: with a large mim-. ,

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'iue *.. ......u".... of ..t _,..... .. f." mL.i .f $10.60 wu .. .l .. -"' hey t. aving, filled ,4 rek 1" *'J i .ftrf
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baskets clue of Radiance roses. some investments here later, p50555. appointment at the Baptist church at |I.ake City Sunday. fought for. c 4g t

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
FRHMV. NOVEMBER: 16
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' lllllmalmljDcDm) :! u' <' """""""' --""" "" KM:: *.' knew
aill day. Once I an actor who could Someone Told Him the Truth

I read a restaurant menu card and 'I The rush of farm boys to a nearb; Unusual Thriller State
News of Florida in Short Paragraph.DLi make his audience weep." city for seemingly high wages in i on Fair Bill

vI Young Comedian-Oh, I know how there crowd '
factory large II'
M wtr >IW.M.YeKYR saw a
KKUk J>/ WMiuMHiwaK imi tffnu iflunmw Wk iiiui >
he did it. He didn't read .__ ..
anythingbut _
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the depot almost week in M. '
,1Y I every i ..... "' tr '''" ,, ,< ...
Y State j the prices Western town this fall. One morning \tI't.' '..io,. J.,. ';:'J'9f' ,7', :" ,..' : .
p" .. ,
NewsJ '
after six big fellows had climbed 01I : "
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L ._.__"...___....... < Head Fast-and Repeat I board, the conductor turned to a bit e .-' :; ... .,;?" ..q:=:w:'s r ''f5;;; .. ,
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News Item-A New York Candy youth leaning against a baggag r ,, ''' ''' t
.t 5 Told by Our Exchanges. manufacturer is now marketing a truck and asked him if he was going '" '. ,,_, / '.. 'I.
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new product, called "Snow Bananas." too. r. y. tlad'
WImIIlIIJWWWW.IWmIlIDWWWWIliW1l1WJI/wW1I.i.\I.II- -- ----_.-all If UJijJ it/ill&U UrWW U Customer-Have you any of that I I Nope, I'm in class B. '. ',':''"

In Monticcllo meetings have beciheld I Two hundred and twenty persons I new candy? { What do you mean, class B ? ',;;y"y' ,, ;.;, If :''- ;

regarding< the planting of tobm:. have suffered injuries thus far in au- Candy Man-Yes, we have snow I Waal, I HE here when they /go-am: io't. ;, > ..,,,., '1<)...... '. .('

' \X:: co, and it is expected that five nun. toroobilp accidents in Miami and vicinity bananas. I1 I BE here when they come back. i.-'$- >,. 'i-4'.'' .... ,,..,!. Jf"';::' : .

t .f( ,;"( dred acres may be devoted to this I durinJ023./ I! :X'.'". "< ". ) ,.. f ".. ,
What is Wrong With This Sentence? I Picking a Husband t.y ,
;i< 'j crop in the coming scnson. -- ; .'
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! .,' .,. .. C'ir.a ui ft tO' A "Oh, yes," said the man" of the Deur lJubelVery early in life J I I ... ,. .' ,,.Jf4'\ "",''f''!': .

.'' Owners of the fishing smack Algo. i ryft'OOrr! O'yrn :: |r fctln -,' house, smirking joyously. "I am gladto made up my mind that I would not; I r. .9

;\ S I' mn of I'cnsacoln! were notified in Hv' .'. : ". n< i l'i .irucjil'il,, Pi see winter coming again. I just make any of the mistakes with regard '. '.

t' meusnire from the American consul nl t t'' i. t I put I ': n>-i. ,. 'u P--<. .'' LOVE to shovel snow." i to marriage that most of mj::.1 '. ',::0. .

Y Vera Cruz, that the vessel was lost relatives seemed to have made. I used ... R
II+n > 'I' on Alicnn reef off the coast" of Mexico Flnit'kyIan: I to think that both mother and 1.1 1

" i. I'' nn October 2.ri. Diner-Waiter, there is a hair in had used very poor judgment with regard 1' : l

t to father. I fixed in my mind ..... Ai.I .
.I -- this honey-at least, I've found the :'>" ', ", r
'. ? ten (comb and this ice cream has been all that a man must be in order to I 1.1' ... r. ;:ilNk>4'''J *",'! 4 .
J.Idntosh: in installing a ; yam' .
i I trntLtti3i) make me his wife. The years have! f" / ..., '''t ,.,
" thousand/ egg incubator in the vacant frozen with shaved ice; while this ap- : ..''
passed rapidly but I haven't seen nI .. .
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I'I'f' store room in Tallahassee. This in- ple sauce is Impossible-made from / 1'
i single man that comes anywhere neati
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Bald-wins know. '
stock -
cubntor is i provided by a company you
I I i the requirements. Will you tell me!, I .
i and will be operated for tho en- t$1 ... f
I what a sensible estimate of the ideal I
'j i F tiro county. The locution is central .. it t Hitting the Nail | husband would be ? I fear I may t... ... '

t and! will be of easy access to those ,tt. ,, Kastus (chronic ailer)-Man, I sure hove been too exacting. I .

: I who want to hatch their eggs in this "1Y':.. 1"J/ Is a nick black man. Don't blame me i Annabel.I I ,'

.' way fo' \vnilin'. I'se had troubles and t.:
I Dear Annabel made I +
ta up my mind .... I
... I troubles, and now it is ma eyes. Hone 'just as you have done, and I am over- : .O(.< kp,

Dr J. W. Fewkes, chief of the bureau J. t, Rufus unless I squints ma eyes i joyed to be able to tell you just whati ,I f"i.,

of American ethnology, of the ... just so, ah can't nee nothin' at all- is like. He is about five meet eleven .. Ai ..,/ ,

I; Smithsonian Institute, left Sunday krnwsraa;.w... (fl I'se going blind, Rufus. I'se !sure going : i inches in height: tins gray eyes'and i ft.-1
for Florida; where he will make surf -
yPelhLtl.Maahelr. stone blind-and it's awful. Why, '
y I brown hair. He is clever, but not
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f I vey of ancient Indian mound and 1).Do1..L.+. ,1 RufuaKufus- t
I t";< much so but that he believes me .
other antiques' of the pre-Columbian AJTOCA7TLI' ( -Wai, I do declare you-nll is '''tu be the possessor of much the : \ : ; (,
: Indians, with a view to making a future in a bad way. You outter go hunt upI
\ mind the Ho .
comprehensive study of the prehistoric OLD TIME REVIVES brighter of two. sings : ,::...> "
I optimist right away. I divinely; plays the piano like a master .. ':<"':'. .I"',, ', .'
of that region. ." .:t "- "'./ ,
1 : peoples This i'imiitr.uifiN' 1111 nln. 'Il'1 i "uvlvnI 1" ; dances beautifully; is ulway- jf' ;';,. .T... ., ,", .

J. I ,, nf religion If |II do..' 'p.tIMIII.C Crowded Bottle' well, but never overdressed. lie I ..' .. '" ".. ..J'.. y,. "" .. '
\ of misconduct in office and I t- .: I ;. '
\ \ Charges < nut., tl!-e anal Aim-1-lcn will Liidy-Look hereII'! Milkman. adores me and loves to wait upon me """ > {;< .
failure to enforce the law, especially There is the milk 4dM < '..; '\ M'Sit.
have been filed !br "di..i." The rliiirchvs must. lime neves any cream on hand and foot. lIe seldom drinks and I fi; : (;& >$ .i. .
\ the prohibition law, you sell me.MilkmanListen. I smokes only after dinner. He always .o! ;
I with. Governor Hnrdce against Sheriff It ; I II I. : ,n.ilKtcrs i ore dying nt heart lady. I want to remembers those little attentions that .:", Mt" r,.", :'.

I tj Leon G. Wingate of Manatee coun for I the lui k of It. We do not need give full and I I I v i
you measure guess made him so fascinating at first, if ,, ;;, ,
The charges embrace the recent ... M' .\..\!.... ;fi.. ,, .
: ty. any more |profesalonal highly oruauled. fill them bottles so full there ain't no get what I mean. Theatre tickets :
you : -
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\ > affair at Palmetto when he was arrested 1 ; uoiniiierrln) '" for the cream. I .. '. .. ,' 4r ..,: ; .':
I t 1 evnr>Kellmn. room flowers chocolates, and HO on. I It ). # / .. .
i r\ on a charge of being drunk The country him been cursed l from I never tire of thinking of him, either. : .' .'.-: '''''''':'' : ... : '
and disorderly and was convicted of .. ; ;
I r such the Church had: been nauseated Dumb Daniel Himself )He). was never born Mabel. ., ,. 4"
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Ii the charge in Palmetto city court. I '. '
r : by such buffoonery./ An oldfHstiloncd Dan-Can a cow-hide in a shoe I .. .!...... t' .,, '

( revival of store ? I :- .:. : :' ,:. ,...
t.1 religion, In ,,: j
t City council has gone on record as Clerk No but calfskin. ,- '!.> .. .
. Phllp I > > .;{. ,. 't i\ .; 'if
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; favoring/ fund of $50,00(1)()() to be used which the h..art111 be stirred and DOWNWARD\ COURSE I m .' f't.v... ,'l'.i. ," !ifI
'til"
I I : o N'. ..
+ in advertising Jacksonville. It wouldbe .J.Ji tile whole life brought In review before ""' ""
\ Verily, Verily, Bobby
i taken from the unappropriatedfunds Cod, Is absolutely neceHnary Father was singing the baby tc, I I '
A little bi.cknche lit III -t. 't1l\\
in the new budget. It was also The pulpits hare beeu filled with sleep. Bobby, 4, was sitting on moth-, Dally increasing 'III( the brick Is The Great Leapt Klatawah and the Girl In Redl A Forty Foot :
I voted to create an advertising clothing store dummies long enough. er's lap. Finally he whispered: I Into a Tank Filled With Ten Feet of Water by Or. Carver's Won-
board composed of the mayor chairman lame and weak d rfu<:iy Trained Equine!: Performer With His Fair Hider Pluckily
of commission and president of They should bo mind wIth men, live. "Muzzer I was baby I'd pretendI Urinary d.-oidera mny quickly follow Astride HI. Bare Back Is trio Astounding "rest Which Wilt Eclipse All IP IPDive
virile, sympathetic man who believe wan asleep. ; Former Exhibitions of Dae-Devlltry That Have Been Been at the
addition to the advertising
the council in Florida State Fair.
1 committee of the council.Florida'lI great fundamental supernaturalI Uropay ulIII l ofti'ti Iliigiit's dlneoae.. ;. .'
I doetrlDus. The Bride's Alibi This freiiuentlj IS the downward

t. ,' road system was given a The pulpit of the laud should bo Hubby-Your sponge cake is fine., ,, course of kidney lUu. Davis presented and approved. motion and second ordered that his

filled with whose dear l but-- | to.." Don't: take tl.is ecuft.: Fol.ow: the Margaret Roberts, pauper having: name be placed upon said roll and b" ,
boost when the meu hearts and
tremendous today
j ( I Mrs. Newlywed (crying)-It was advice 01 II .' :. cl.i'll. moved from the her I paid $4 per month.
road department called for bid ont emotions are oil Ore wltb the love county, name ordered
the fault. He didn't
'r I druggist's giveme Mrs. I.. U: Muur. 1lIt:1: ; : S': uYI'"Thel'p The following were placed the
construction work to be done on 05.22 of God, anti an uncontrollable pas- the right kind of sponges. dropped from the pauper roll. upon
I was a o\tn'. dull ache In widows pension roll: }
i q 31 miles alon for HoiiK' The Tho six
miles of highway. Nearly paws should be months financial report ol
tho snail of b.ick. It I stooped
my
i i ( of the work goes to road No. 4, the j I OUed with men who believe, and Random Remarks I coiM scarcely straig.itm: an.l I oft Bradford county filed by the clerk of month Belle Thomas, Brooker, $8.00 per ,.:

l east coast route, 35.7B mites to No. | ,1th men und women who can pray "Well" said the collector, "I think en got iii> i'ec..nj more: tire.l than he circuit court and same approved
No. 1 and 21 milesof The churehee.. I'll get on the detective force-I am Emma J. Bryan, Starke $.00 per>
5, 14.73: miles to | should be crowdedwith boTore' I wed t to bod. I was languid and ordered forwarded to the state
always finding people out. month.
ruck shoulders on No. 8 in Polk i men who are mourning and, and at Gar's; mv sight; blurred I comptroller.The .
Georgia Hilliard\ Starke, $10.00 )per
..cunty.L I groaning user the sins of the world. Adam the Guy read iibnat Doan's Kidney Hills and state auditor's report of the I month. \

I over the fact' that thousrfi/d/ are bough) a box at Turner's Drug" Stora. different county officers read and was
Radio Fan-Tell me, Fannette, who Board adjourned to meet first Monday 7
As a result of a heavy increase ins They cried. mo of the attack and I ordered filed. r
j going to hell every day. Both men was the first great wireless engineer? I in December 1923.G. .
t traffic on this division the Atlantic In the )pulpit and In the pew Hhould Jo'annette-l\Iarconl. of course.Rndio'Fan felt 111.tu d.irrent! :. woman." Report of state convict inspector of W. ALDERMAN,
Coast Line railroad is straighteningout : I 1'r.cc (line; ut all dcu.i-r Don't the condition of the state road !'
I be coriMoloiis of Qod's presence and 1 1pUWl'r -It was Adam. lie made camp I Clerk and Auditor
curves and reducing the grades pimply ask for a ktd"e/ 1..n.n.Iy-pet: and county jail filed.
.
loud of his
to HSTO.Revivals .. a speaker out spare parts.A
I on the main line between Blowers! and Do..n's Kidiit1',, x the H'i'iie that Petition signed by citizens of Cause
Colds and InfiueniLAXATIVE
Martin in Marion county. The immediate are prayed down, they Starting Pointrdl.nt I Mrs Minor Ii.".1. KoRti'i Jlllburn CI)., Starke and vicinity asking that the slip
for this betterment is ;, are, not organized! and BROMO QUININE 1'.bleU. remove rh
reason pumped IIi Mho.. Rues N v name of George Hamilton colored be
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\ Swnin I'd through
I go anything cause There Is only one -'I'" ('Illnl.
i the tremendous increase in shipmentsof The churches of this country must for you.FlapperAll. ---- placed upon pauper roll filed. Upon E. W OlOVC'S., rirnarer, .."OOa. 3al .
limerock road material from the i I 10 revived. The safety, bappinetwi,
AND T1IK COCK CREW
Let's
right. start
on
f' lime mines centering around Ken- I l prosperity i progress and sanity of
i!<, .rick.Kifty. this, nation demands a great BOU>- your' bank account -
I| .M' !Ino! :, 1I0'lon-m..vhlle revival ofI I've a varied lot of chickens

'I I 'I I I'' i, "'ilgloll No Joke to This In a pen,

laborers Monday morning began :I ., ... "I'pnll'r )power Slap-Are pups born in a wash boiler And they used to raise the dickens

work clearing) 270 acres of land I ; '...11.0.I ..e.l laundry? Now and then.

at Paradise, two miles! north of the I Stick-No. But anything that traels Every rooster in the flock, ,

city of Gainesville, on the Dixie highway in a coal wagon these days is Brahman, Leghorn Plymouth Rock-
I which will be planted In tung oil I I ,
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anthrAcite. Dunghill strain and blooded stock
trees, which yield a valuable product SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE I:. -- ::
I'I Loved hen.
one I II
in the manufacture of high l grade l I! If your breath id I>ul and you have She fickle and flirtatious j.
"" There in a Limit was I
,llrt of iii tho hciul II
paints. Several of the largest paint MM| swimming ptx>r I
Jeweler-Bracelets all the style Gay and ,
manufacturers of the country are interested :| appetite, ronstipiition. and a general 110I are spry
+ _, in the project which will I "count feeling, it i ill n sin\! your liver idI this year. If you like them all-take Coy, uncertain, pert, audncious; I

j' another big payroll for Aluchuu. I I tnrfud. Tho ono really ocpciuliililo remedy hem. You can't wear too many this Likewise sly
mean for all disorders. in tho liver, stomach season. When some valiant chanticleer I I

''t county, | and;, liowi-la in J[Icrhinc.{ ]t nets powerfully Fair Shopper-Well, I don't want Tried, to whisper in her enr, l I I i

rS I' nit tho liver, strengthens digestion. purifn'S my arms to look like curtain poles. He received a vicious spearIn '
A story of a liquor ship being seiz I tho bowi'M and roHton-M. n fine forling his
and aided by Iof (' vim and cheerfulness IViuoGOp. eye.
ed by the !engineer cook !
told But one day a scrawny fellow, I
three stowaways, who put the officers. by BHHSsasaiiWeak Old and tough, II

1 and crow in irons and took commandwas All DrugStores Bandy-legged dingy yellow, I I Ii
told in Jacksonville by three negroes
Called her bluff; i
arrested who said they had I
Female feathers filled tha air.
been members of the crew. The vessel I

was the British auxiliary schooner I l le tUTos'l J JI Blood but he was licked scattered her then everywhere and there, I I t

!rl Louise }o'., and cleared from Jamaica Back Sure enough.From I
Sunday with a liquor cargo. On Tuesday Q
] that day and very hour
j off the Florida coast the negroes I TRUTH li MIGHTY She was meek Il
;
aid the engineer and cook, together I '1EP. MI6HTY( I9CAfaCL1 j jI Mrs. Mildred Plpkla. ofH. Mrs. Hen wan in his power, l

I with the stowaways all armed with I r F. D. 8, Columbia, T...... So to speak;
subdued the captain and crew I II Ii I
pistols with
i aaya: "My experience Followed him across the lot,
( +e and put them all in i irons II I Cardui has covered 3 number el Saved him all the worms she got, SPECIALThe I I

year Nineteen yean ago Fed 'em to him like as not

I' George J. Butch,35for eight yearsashler I got down with weak back. 1 With her beak

1 of the Citizens Bank of Wil- wu run-down and so weak and This is just a homely tale, I
took hill life with a revolver at ..
baton I Nervous 1 had to atay In bed. But it's true;
an early hour Monday morning. Although i 1.01CARODI liens prefer a masterly male- I

the dead cashier left no message iI Ye, they do. i

to explain his act, he is said t. I w. He who hesitates is lost; Telegraph

have been despondent for several Stand your ground at any cost;

?s lays on account of heavy withdraw- Hens delight in being boaaed

all from the Williston bank, caused Women, too. Three Months

f by rumors that the establishment had -Author Unknown.

been affected by the closing of the s I I

Florida Bank and Trust Co., Gaines Habitual Con tlpafton Cured
ti' a .\\IIe. I .m The Woman's Tonic In 14 toll Days I
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4 r t. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is FREE
a epectehyprepared
I and sent for it. I took only one I
Police of Bartow and Lakeland are SyrupTonic-Laxa'Jve for Habilua
searching for John McKenzie, negro/ World Serious bottle at that time and It helpedme Constipation. It relieves promptly>> but I
't the of his seizure ; seemed to strengthen and ihould be taken regularly for ]14 to 21 daysto II
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to clear mystery
up "Batter Up! The words rang clear I- build me right up. So that la Induce regular action. It Stimulate! and I

'tl by four masked men Thursday night Upon the Autumn air-; how 1 first knew of Cardui. R"J:>llslell.! Very Pleasant to Takao 60t With Every YearlySubscription
't Q when he was being conducted by o Ulcers The waffle cook had used up all per bottlo. .
Lake After that! when I begin too
A to the Bartow jail from The batter he had there.A ,

land. The negro had been arrested in ,, I get weak and 'no account', I !MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I II

Lakeland on the charge of breakinginto I Happy Ending sent right for Cardul, and It : MEETINGThe

a house. On the report that a. never (failed to help me." Ii.
charge was to be preferred it'I II Sunday School Teacher-Now, Willie U weak and
graver If are suffering i
what you board of commissioners I
I is said that officers feared mob violence was your good act for the county
week ? Who did from womanly ailments Cardui of Bradford county met in
'' you make happy? regular -
xq to and Bartow.decided to One transfer of the the deputies prisoner Willie-My aunt Carrie. I went to may be just what you need. i session Monday, Nov. 5th, with I Get in on This Offer :
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t and she iii Take Cardui. It baa helped the following members to-
see her was happy when I I present, I
that his automobile was stopped -
stated left I thousands, and ought to help wit: J. M. Brownlee, chairman L. H.
1 by four masked men who ordered Before it Closes ;
i : Hill, S. J. Prescott James Reynoldsand i
him to proceed down the road two 0. you.At

miles at the point of a shotgun in the Knew All About Them all druggists' and dealer. I Minutes H. P. Gainey.of last meeting read and

hands of one of the men, while the Old Stage Hand (boastlngly)-Yeh SWSao9841 approved. I

t other men took the negro away -I've seen a lotta good actors in my :: ; Notary public bond of Raw on .1. '_



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\DFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FI.Oltm'a( : TilltEli 1
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nrT n.orno.r.A tF. AND FISH I I'KOITCIIVE ( YOUR
BODY NEEDSSIrErJf'T ,
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....,.. 'Cfo...,.,...r... ". i ___ J { rj-- THE SILENT DRAMA j
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., ,.....\... '-.. I" '. You ere piuud of the state ul Florida I .'. ... ..U1
.rGALLS __
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1N. ... a, s7 RAINS I famous in song and story as I years ago physicians"

p _. v-- _. "RU''S'! :! I "The Land of Flowers," sports and I TIIIRTY to prescribe Cu.io'.a

(a;..::: -,".**.V varolallJirrnrrrr/' pleasures of field and stream, forest I ll1n..an. because it 1"1"0"i""d : --W;

.....,r ......SJXi; L Herman liCaille '' and lakes to me tho grandest state '\ a form of iron which was
rya I' in the Union and one with the )greatest I easily digested anti did rot affect
''1. _" TH. in '''mm.Duilnrn) possibilities. tho teeth. Now it the season when
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..nd ', C Fur is] i-wit I hoer n tjK ;l ln I you especially need it. Your druggist p i' CpPy.A
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\ \ ":"' nn Ahittjt"K Linn' 11.1.i. There is in this state a FloridaI
,, ,( has it,in both liquid. and tnbleU.
,11 I 1 ? i I I it II. Gt linim 'tili Game and Fish Prot'cti"e8so'i,.. I
: '> ( '- '.: rdnn' i rvnlwute l : :I It I Flu Trial Tablets To "* *or y'liwlt
.. .n' .' i nl I it 0' i hid r'')11 on i tion. : ,h,. hmiihiiuiiitimcvnlup :: I
.' '. ......, "..J It .."',old." I, of CmtrN p. P'.11. ".r, ,n. write todnjrftir .
.V ", ", .. The motive that actuated such men I sener..ur 1 i i"1 5 r ,u'k'p ruhlot-i.. aunt
las I Hon. R. E. L. Chancey, of Tampa, I no mntuv -.11't in i 5.a i iiiMrtiRH to
fo Sti or SmtitCoiitciio I M. J. Ureltenbmh! t1.... M Wnrron Su, N. Y. III r
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i r"j to organize this state-wide UdSo<' a- I

A'u Atcoiiet tion was inspired by the desire to I
i Gude'sPcptoangan
r-, n' W.'mi. i 'hr ,MiMm.\rwKI'):KM : conserve for their children grandchildren ,
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I I. .. t I"y.:: :':'Aa. .",::': .""I.:I::',, ,nt,?nl..I:l-l I:' ::: and future generations, out- b 4

: ',' : ',' ., "v: .' ;.. I:. v'' "'", -. o. of-door recreations they were enjoy- I / ppd., aSsS
irg! today.Do ,10
:=O.-$1.00; Tonic and Blood Enricher*
you wish to hup! perpetuate for
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by / C or/f ( cnc rat Sto"", '
your children Uiose pleasures IIf outdoor -
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FL. ';_ia CA" '-J." life which' rightly belong\ to

\ .. ... them ? If so, you may become a older for one dollar payable to the
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;.. ., 1'."i'":.::' 7 .. ",,4 .,.V""I f.. I iUi member at large on the payment of Florida Game und Fish ProtectiveAssociation

., I U It. U .' I one dollar dues. Your dollar will be and mini same to Cecil
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; .. .".... ot... "'- righting for the rights and It. Box Flu fI '
.:::r' -. .. ... -_.... ..... <.' .. ,' spent in Phillips, :21)10, Tampa,
'., : -:; ( !Ira. w'. '.1". a S. L'. kfnlii'f privileges of the average man! on the
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: : t. 'rd ..; '\ farm, in the store, shop and factory
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they too days rec- I ..
reation come may find enjoyment ill r

HIGHLAND associating; ..K.. ..un who lu\u the ] \Voodla\vn Nov. 16.--Mr. und! :Mrs / .
O J. Phillips returned to their home I \
music of the chase the whir of the ,?
cmies in the field and woods, the flirt in :Miami i Sunday
.inland i Nov. 10.-G. H. Barker of the fish in the rippling liver und |I Mcrcil Williams, of Jacksonville, '

reed Thursday from a few days' sparkling stream and the chatter of was visiting in our section Sunday. ..

'it with his sister Mrs. E. S. Car- squirrels in the deep tangled forest; j !Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Norman are .

i i i "r m South Jacksonville. because jour dollar and personal influence the proud parents of a son, born Nov. i .yluNC

< II. Blankenship was visitor to us a member of the Florida ;tli.. lIe has been named 'laud Nor- z --- .

-;' irke Wednesday. I Game and Fish Protective Association "' man. E 1 W'

I1. N. Limbaugh, of Starke, v' at- has conserved, protected and perpetuated Mrs. E. Stokes is still on the sick 5q PaE51DgNj b t.t/ ,.......
',-,ulin//.( to business here Friday these pleasures.We list at this time. M 6/( .
:Misses Beatrice nnd :Marguerite Coouo r svelvnrQly;:
Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth- are anxious to help organize: a I 6 ANer..lr.Ql.RJH. 1'
Jacksonville hillips, Morene and Lillian Browning -
.l;i Ricks were visitors to Game and Fish Protective Associa- t.
!'hursduy. i and Delia Starling attended thoI
tion in Bradford county, and will do J
W, A. Starling made a business/ trip HO as soon as possible. Until then (I 1 ball game at Lawtey Saturday afternoon -

Jacksonville Friday.Mrs. \ve to join our state association I II ,
urge you I 1 4 "
II. C. Wimberly, Miss Wini- a* a member at large. When Larramoro Rhoden of Jacksonvilleis :I OKDFII FOIl PfntlPATIOV I
'. d Wimberly, G II. Barker. and W.M county perfects a local orA'anlzlltJnn : visiting his father O. E. Uhoden.I In Clrrii. I Court.. Ntnta uf Fliirliln, F.1.h.. ;,
your .
I! Rev D. L. Phillips will preach at Jiiilicinl liiLiitt iidford Cniinly' In ( linn*
Wimberly motored to Starke on as a member at large of the epry.luha. I
1 Saxton the third Sunday of this Kmlit, n wliluwComiilatnimt.
I uday. state association you automatically month at :3 o'clock. Everybody invited \V> wish to express' our thanks to \flxh to thank our friend for
Mia. J. A. Starling of Jacksonville, become a member of that county, unit I \A I
pending a few days here the Ptmy F.a 1,.. nod Ednn Fvllt I oar and all who so kindly' assiKtcd" I heir kindness during the illness and
gust If interested in this statewide ,. .
you are life all.. 1..fend.nIA.
Elder L. W. Kickliter of Stlll'kc.prt'llched
t her son, E. B. Bennett. conservation program of protecting I! It n..KMirinir. liv nlflilnvtt .nponI4 (to th* .luring the .sickness and death of our ,death of our dear wife. and mother, :j.
II. L, Layton left Friday for Heili at Ildlbronn church Sundaynt t 5,11' It. .Imo t > nhu\n mntt. >.l rnunu that Tony ;
lieaittilul
fresh loved and for the .
our wild game and wa- one, tninv and for (the) beautiful Mural oll'cruigs .:
o'clock. crowd attended .
11 A large I. rr I I Voj" lillr Inn wir. Its i d|< fnniliinirt -
i inn Springs/ to spend the week-end ter fish that our children through the |"} ir in" monad. nra non- .>.iiliiiLii nT tan lloral oilc.rings. Ashley :MoHcluy Preston! ) Momlcy.Mi k
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Nth, Wadus Graham. I ." t i I n i In nod era mrli r lilftilH' if ,
coming years may continue to enjoy _. ., JohnMi U O. (;innnn and
1 K W. Cox visitor to Lawtoy ( .1. the i .Ie5.( of Maryland of the ;Miss ,his Sweat Mr( Mamie; < .JohnIO"I.r'y I.>i 3
was a
| wholesome and healthy outdoor. sport I I''nitiil'. hums' or Amnrfea, and are vnrh n o'"II 1t
i MOTHERS .. 1. [ .-nJ'IiI' Greene!. AV. Sweat(. Lnwrrm-e' ..Mom-ley .
turday. than lrrn
ryunn M 'HIM II H
Mr and Mrs. Nathan Starling vial ,- please make out your check or. money | Watch for symptoms of worms in your ..iil.nl. n.nl, Mini' nun.rmlilvnt (ilcfj-mlnnln. l li.l I.<, .
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I children. llicso tho H" o l be i aulnil 'la nimar. in th (ill t. .
I relatives at Lawtey several dayst ----- Parasites nro Kr"U.tdcrtroycrs if comma, u' II''" d l In raid Fans nil. nr I.. i iMontlm .I
week. 1----- of child life. If you have '' lh<. In) tl.v of DMomlirr. A. P leis, C1
rriwon to Hunk, your child Iina worms, act nIa' i .. t'' ,5I-"tnnn til, .II I I I INi I 1 ,, "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For xrl
\\', M. Wimberly spent Saturday in Jive tho httlo. down Ira i 4 i'n IM, t", ", I nn.tl ill I 1 II.miaulIi '
After f.!-nlI ; quickly<(< ono n or rstored lug) furnished l I'lnridairowr
rke.K a Evr.ry ii rule Ihnt thin urtlvr Iw piili.llnhf over 3+ yr-ir thin E O. Painter' rt-rtiliX-r; Company #
i twc Wnto'sCrnani Vermifuge.Wonnit .. 9
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,l fitf linn 1 1 until It i "'" ti In ih. Hnillint ) ,."\ .,
I L. Prescott, E. L. Prescott and CAnnot exithere this time-trird t and \ hunts" minnh, n n.w.rynnr| rub9.h.. with fr.'tilw, r*. fhcaithnu' pftlrunnga of .p..ri"nc..l crowt-rt IIi"... ."
I t -- :"":!"' ''''''-. nl, In rud,, I rowdy. unit .,..., .
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;i\'in Prescott were visitors to Lnw- successful remedy used. It drives out proof of nlufncloiy r< rnult '
Thin Ui .. r ,U. 'Id..1.I
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:--aturday. I :J i'I the worms and restores tho rOilY lino of a. W ALDEHMIVNSpal !: cutlLn: IIKIIblt" 1'1I1'11IZ1n HR ftUIfCFJ WOl'll MAGIC Ir. ",
I fJ"r.t1" ,' "': : ;.; health to baby check l'rieo 35c. Holjl I y ( Cl.rk Cm, .n.., < oui-l "" ...
sird : r.j' i All Drug Stores I i By U. A KNII.HIDtniny ", \Vrll. Fur New Full Prlr Llnl.l Jmt, h.......
ld \ ::Jia4f i .t ClfrltD. "

tar, md Mrs. F. D. Lang. I. 7-. .. -- I F.. KNimlT, I E. O. Painter rertili/ei Cn. Jacksonville Fla
STA'ihsTICS Buliiilor* tar Complnlnant U.r.I.II.n f
I F. Wilkinson was a business visitor FINANCIAL: OP( THE _

:iwtey Monday. C)!; 'iv your fao,l STATE FOR l')22\) -- .. .. R

Miss, Maggie Crews was called toM
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"nker Monday by the death of here J .
[ The department of commerce an
',,' the Infant daughter of Mr. and \VRI JOEY'S : oIf
that the coat of
1! <. W, J. Hardee. atE c2ac..Uoz. nounces the state of Florid for governmentfor the fiscal I,I i"I

Miss Ethel Kicks, Miss Winifred 1I >f '' '
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ulso leCIHJ I year ended December 31, 1UJ2, .
\\ mheih. and W. A. Brakefield mo- > 1'8
1 1br amounted to $11,1 IS,118, which was a aj i
the feels clean Ji.
i HI to Starke Sunday. t
IH-I .apa cost it $11 18. In l'M7\ the
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Mi 1!'. and Mrs. J. D. Moore were vis- 'ulll s\vccl and ) I ,
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per capita cost was $1, ;., '"
i is tn Lawtey Sunday. appetite kecM. I $::1,;ol; the totals for these years being I"'f:
Mrs fhtts. and small son,
George $:'l,017,7U! and! $JJIS,6.,3:> !) respectively SOUTHERN RAILWAYI. "i
Inl., visited relatives at Starke last 'I
The Croat *\m rtcanSwtftmuai The per capita cost for l'J2J ; ,
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"i : consisted of expenses of general: de-! ,

FI.OHlU.SANITARIUM __---7 jmitiiietitH. $H.d7; payments for interest ,. SYSTEM :J
So: and for outlays, $2.19!), the-

,') I greater portion ot which was for con-i 1 .
Florida Sanitarium and Hnnmtnl, l9v 'serration purposes. ]' f. .,01
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)rando! Fla. Medical, surgical, ma- : The total revenue receipts for 1922 ..

't-rmty, capacity 100 patients. Equipment were $10,318,273 of $1030 per cap-|I 4

modern, rest, diet, physiological Ctirappen I 4 : ita. For the filial year the per capita ,I A .
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therapeutics. Unexcelled in the southast. excess of governmental cost/ over recoipts courageous

5-25-tf. was, therefore cents. However ,
the exceededthe -
revenue receipts
costs for the ordinary operation ,I ,
J and maintenance and the payments I program .

'for interest, excluding outlays, by I ..r1 II 1I
This of i r i j e '
$1.01 capita. excess per ,
I j per '
THE UNIVERSAL CAR capita payments over revenue receipts In only five of tho past seventeen years have w

I n I I is largely on account of permanent |I we paid he full 5 tJr dividend on the $60,000,000 '

I- i I L ..a+.ewr "+rRwar+aar Ir I improvements, the costs of which I It I j l ii Southern Railway preferred stock. The aver,4

met by the issuance of debt ob- j
: were dh
II' ,' I, I ligationn. I /I I I age annual payment to the nhurcholders has :

I ,,11"" I IMdi ,I In Honda property and special I J J y 1J I been only 2?:hty?;. dividends have been paid

i taxes represented 53 per cent of the I t 'r on the $120,000,000 common steak j"y :
total for 10.J.2 CO cent t :
revenue per I + 'rf
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I I. I The increase in the amount of prop-i I 1 ;s' 16,000 owners, many millions of dollars of earnings /nt:i\:
I ,I1 1 crty and special taxes collected was I "
.. -i I ;:1,ij.fi: / per cent from 1914 to 1917, an,11 I have been expended for additions, betterments ..... \

136.D per cent from 1917 to 1022.! The y 1 A and improvements. :.
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l 'I I per i T
1,i. !I I / r-. were $.;..13 in 1922, $2.58 in 1917 and ,I I I I -It Sincetheorgani/utionoftlmconipunyinl894tho: t / : ,

/I I I II I $;!.Ol!) in 1911.Earnings! | total amount of income thus invested in the up \__ \{
I of general departments, ;, t a
building of tho ics has been 124500000.
''or compensation for services rendered proper drs

}I I I by state officials, represented 4.5 s Two-thirds of them expenditures have been art

1; I I per cent of the total revenue for the I y made in the past decade.; These' Urge capital! ...
year 11>22, 10.5 per cent for 1917! und12.'i C A
expenditures made out of earnings have increased ;}
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: : per cent for 1911. :
.i, I II Business! and non-business licenses the capacity of the Southern to serve

: X295 : constituted 21.5: per cent of the total the South without increaeingour fixed charges. fr i.

I'I revenue for 1UJJ, 17. t per cent for

I FOB DETROIT !;. 1917 and 19.5 per cent for 1911.! Kereipts I The strength of the Southern Railway System '...
from business licenses consist '
I I southern Railway today, as an efficient public servant, U the result .;t
II Ford utility durability, enlarged hood graceful : chiefly of taxes exacted from insurance cx'urtco.1! terminal I.;
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of the out of this
and other incorporated companies courageous carrying program '
I andeconomyarecmhodied cowl 1,slantinltwindshield: I at Charleston, S. C.
; and streamline body are : while those from non-business of aggressive!; : !' development of its facilities ,
to the full in this new licenses taxes motor {
comprise on vehicles
.d"tail that organization bred in this traditions of the .a"
,t ForJ Touting Car. pleasing enhance i I and amounts paid for huntingand by an
its nylf. South understand and (
I In additionitisup-to-the- fishing privileges.The to its problems to ore't""

: minute in 'car' nce. JtVilh this! hjiiddome exterior i0 net indebtedness (funded and see its transportation needs. !
c pr I II floating debt less sinking fund assets)
" is! finished in an enduring it combines! everymocl..i..ic.il Southern Raifu-ay: System ... r'.f
1 of Florida was 47 cents capita
fedtureebsen- per
I black' rich and d p in I for 1922, 66 cents for 1917, and 71 deposits in Southern bunks 1' 11 --- '1''.
lustre. A hilt ..diurco till to open car utility.
: I I cents for 1914. an average $1SO,5OO {!
I I I For 1922 the assessed valuation of
each banking hour. '
Tins ear tan tt obfam'J 4hrnaghhefntdU raulyParthasePlas. ; property in Florida subject to ad va 'l'to

ANDREWS A: WAINWKICHTAuthorized I II lorem taxation was $42I,41 1.5I4; the ,(
I Dealer I amount of taxes levied was $1,177-

I, I 2M; and the per capita l levy, $ 1.37.
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Font Papa-"\Vrll. mm. what did

''I you learn lo school toiliyT" S..B-"Aw.

I ant much, dad.W Iiad'ln. couple of

I two rwlers' In history& three reel '
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travp'"'.jrtiw 'In gun< rllr>h,.. and 11t"1! G
TRACTORS I the SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
CARS TRUCKS reel mi i lire stud;. They us"ri :tl\'- in
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PACK FOUR _. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIHAY, NOVEMBER: 10, 1931rot' :

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:;: comes from our national government----I, '![and to endeavo--both by precept and 1 .. UI,I I", :' r.I'IIIIIIIIiIlIi'' :, I )!II: ';.''lIltllldIlUl llhlllilllll"! .1 t, :i, ', ,'' .. ,
', ; it Bradford County Teleorapl l through the Florida Education Association ';example to check the progress of this I)] .;iilI'iI': :r) ::I I I -" I,11"1 II < /II'' du II ..'" ".".iI I I u y'
I I '{:M :-' 'i1 :ew.!." 'U'lk.! .'_: :, /iI'j.. .
__ ..... 00 and to it the pastors of the'various growing and destructive vice. --.t. ft ; N.,
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churches throughout the state, I Resolved, that it be recommended to .; :, '.f( .
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Published! weekly and entered &t I have been requested to give place. the different ministers of this Synod I (P .....0
The topic for Sunday morning will to read this resolution to their re- : '
p second- class matter, at the P01lt t i- ""Education, an Asset to the coun- 1 gpuctlve. congregations; and that the :

Qm office at StnrliO, Florida. ttlnd tGOI!l." All) !persons irterI permanent clerk is instructed to request ;' Vegetables

i ==- I steel in educational matters in Flor- the editors of all nownpapcr[
B. 8. MATTnEWS. Editor and Owns i will be pleased to know of this iished within the bounds of thi-, ,
L :ite-wido: attention on Sunday to Synod to publish tho same.Extract .
('.. ; Mtal su'ijeet. This service will from the minutes of the

PUHLISHEn EVERY FRIDAY J Liui, 11ti0:<> a. m. Sj-nod. r'r tt WantedApproximately
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I 1 At the evening Service, 7:30: an- Sunday school at 10 a. m. !

( -.- .- -- .---- :, ',1 t h'r matter of importance to the I Preaching:; services at 11 a. m. awl Fi
4 SUUSCKIPTIOV, RATE i| nation will be considered. Scores of 7:30: o'clock in the evening.
t : lpojikin every community ore ask- X. J. HEDGES, t 01 i t. : 1000 cars of vegetables were sold in

I'u Year n__ ___ __. .u_.__. u.$2OC 1 inert of the pulpit: "What do you think Minister. i ; ft I : our New York Auctions during the past year.
-'c.r' the Ku Klux Klan ?" Being edu- = If and who
-- -- --------- you growers shippers are now selling

... .Monnl''I :beak day upon in this Florida somewhat, Dr. Dullen pr>;r>- A.utO.T pi !9 through other channels would investigate the advantages

I r and perplexing) question! \: "13 --. .-- .. \ > : of selling at auction, nearer 100% of the ve<;e
the K. K. iRn American Institution t. tables would be sold at public
3._ -:; I \\r' : ; sale-just as is being
'tt i'y Zm a E ba ?" Thu will be an impassioned (-- ..."'" I done ;It1 ba' -
it' ,. For
etc.
: I ;;II I\\\\:' n ma", oranges! you would then
I' 11, inUnitmn of a stirring; question. I 1 .) ; be ct ::::'i:._.;d thai by selling through us you would
'lh > i ubiic io; invited. I
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g" IliMo ":hold/ at !Ii):.!.") a. m.; Senior & -Get higher prices and wider distribution.
and Junior B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. 'I ::r i, _

Lust week the number) of versos of Jfrgt a. %)j 1hat < what -Receive every cent your! vegetables sell for, less ,

tlc i U.blo; read by members of the I _. r" ...- '. .,...71'I ; i our small selling charge.
.. church and con1:'relation were :32867. .,. .- ref! ritt --..-.;- Millionsfwc
; No. 11)81) The total for the month beinjr/ IJ() },d6.\< I -Receive your money within twenty-four hour "

m (Membership in National Highwu y:, Four readers completed the New Testu.nent J JI neA11l.aV 7 I after sale. 11I
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t (lj Association) I When making adjustments
during: tho month. This is a
Kf I -Have no cars rejected on questionable technical-
..------ 1Iknclid; record. Everybody: get 1n on you remove a cotter pin, replace: d'i1C I ities.?

it. I lit \vlth a new one and spread it ., "4-a,... C
SHORTER COURT: TERMS i' well. Loose or broken: pins on v .I ::1 I i -Have no cars shifted from place to place, while :
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DEATH OF FREDERICK SWEAT goods spoiled.
wi ;transmission' or motor assemblies
We have noted with pleasure dur 'J. liE1f h
!'! entire; trouble that will CAL c -Pay less for selling charges.
't in-!? the last lor three years thai Frederick Sweat died at the homeof may .,"0 p )nDE:1'F : I J I Iri
1 the circuit court terms here have become his mother. Ida Sweat, Tuesdaymorning (end' your car crashing into another ; E'u".J:! "" "MORE DOLLARS FOR FRUIT P
GROWERS"is
i1 shorter than formerly Bradford November 6th, after a long car or up on a crowdedsidewalk. I L \
,ij 1 county, since the division, is less i, illness with tuberculosis.! Every available L $211'' U1;1jfor2nana I i the title of an interesting booklet that gives full

; populous than formerly, and this, o!f physician had been called to his i how careful :/ epenicsbEe? I f information about our methods of selling. Shall wt-
:No matter iltla
course, has something! to do with it; Ixdside> during his illness, and ho received )you ) H- s7c?
i sewer
i- send ?
you a Merely drop us a postal with
tender but Much tra .he* are likely : copy your
yet in counties within this circuit the most nursing! are a YSte' n':1S I
4 that have not been divided, the sam e all to no avail. to occur. Insurance. will as. Y"9 Sit;Cis i name and address.Th7iiilletidllth.

t t 1' ... i in the case The deceased\ wan born in Baker make good your loss, holh .""._:.' \ 11\\

p The reason, we take it, is, first,,, county December 2"i, 1898.( His. many for to and \ oat: bak.:1: '.y I .
3 that the scarcity of whiskey dimin ';ood qualities made him very popular" damage your car IIL"WP"t''1's if/f-JI''itr: !
ishoii. crime second, that the court!I and his many friends were orry to the person or property of : ljAKfAJ
frown on trivial matters living when the inroad of decease compelled: I others if invoked l in a mixup

brought before them nnd last, tha t;; him to take to his bed, and now thiy ,ii IIt ftlMINr DfjWD AV .1
l the opportunity for travel that al mourn his departure Of near relatives (Jet Automobile Insurance here : 202-203 FRANKLIN ST. a

I ', mont all fan now enjoy, thanks to th cm, he leaves his mother, !Mr" Ma covering fire, theft, collision, liability '1 NEW YORK ESTABLISHED 1896

L4 Ford cur, has to a great( extent removed .. mie Johns, of Lake Wales, .\. W. and property damage.
It the narrow-mindednesi that; Sweat, of Jacksonville, Mr.. (earl .... ..
.b formerly was BO common among oui r Green, of Starke, Mrs. Sallie Williams Agency: Established 1886 I + j,"_ Fur the com umence vt '''"mla shippers New York -
I, I'' t people. A man of a uarrelsomc| am I and Mm. Cora Moore, of Sawi COyrKal14 t'0 _.... Auction Market information mijr be obtained nt the E#
unreasonable disposition find, nc of J. R. Davis & Co. BES'Tsx it, n.r.Ifi1"1-: !! ;. ollicc) rf C, \V.C' ewninu Orlando, ll1'1JJ'! !. I

'f, great difficulty in making a nmal:I, Jacksonville.. Interment was at Connor I II <,,,1l'i!:',!' ,r.t'arla. ..... ,jjiJi'n, -
I J
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o" : ;
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offense against him n sufficient! rea cemetery. The many friend of STARKE. FLA. : ; "1 .
r tl don for haling the offender befor e!i the family deeply .sympathize with I I c. :"I ,,,:: ,. "_.....h 1. 111? ......,.,...... 1 1
the courts and even if he knows tha, them in their bereavement. I ;511;' ,. ,"I,' 'uI.I I.". ",I/n', ,I ",dll"Ilhs 1 ",'lhlill'plmI, I'!'' '' .', ?."'' ',,'I'.,,,, .. .'.,lu"uUl.I.lII.U."l.h""II.tl, / '! :1" 1'. III..IJ.IuIn' '.

1' c he will "conic out of the small end 01 tc!tf t I wry p0"R1es24 i I I
Mew Got Name.
Spain
f V the horn," he will gladly stand thf'Xpt'nS8 (, PREKHYTERIAN I II 1
fI I an long as he can cause th a, I Spain, etymoloKlcally. means Rafc are going forward daily and netting death will be widely felt
I bit Penlnsuln., Tim word Is. Becoming good prices. Mrs. G. W. Coleman .. ,.
and !Miss (
if >
other fellow loss and trouble Thosewho of j
of the
J ::4 At a meeting Synod .
{ Pitts-I' to good authority, derived frog.the
The truck weather |gia Epperson made a business tri
want
t may have to handle the matter burgh, In the town of \" growers our ]
1 Pvnlo "Shufan-rohblt. This anltnol $ rfries.CInlcha7S Jacksonville
41 before it comes before the court musi' t October 3, 1816, the following resolutions man to order up a first class rain Saturday.Mrs. .
do their duty, but the court may not{ were brought forward by the has helm Ti-ry numerous In the That of'arrcl;r ..bradI .just as soon as possible. Floyd Eddy and sister, Mi-

a ft t 1 feel like sacrificing its dignity on i, committee on bills and overtures and country often destroying.. ,; wftoic I Gardens are doing well, and as hog Kate Epperson, of Alachua, spent th
Afrl.-nn i itn "' .rl''I'pt\ to
crops. week-end with relatives and frn-nil-
I y palpably unnecessary case, and west-I, adopted by the Synod vte-The excessive killing time and cane grinding are
drive the nnlmnN" not of I\I.lr\ holes
Miss Huth Richard visited friend, !
w log/ the people's money, or giving encouragement 1 use of ardent spirit produces Vo fled lh,. rnhbll often repres<.nt.,R LAKE BUTLEK I I going on now our people are living
Y to petty bickerings, but I; { 1 idleness, poverty and wretchedness. old .on the fat of the land. This is one at New River Sunday.
t I 8.panlsh -.lor"
l j 't may "nolle prOS81!" it. Again, it i is, I It destroys health and reputation; introduces .. Lake Butler, Nov. 10.-The county I tune of the year when a citizen of
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t' 1 y evident that some accusations arc,, discord into families and in commissioner at their meeting the Union county would not exchange :MILLER

N 1 made from pure .spite, to "(jet eVt'n" j I largo communities; it enervates the first. Monday decided to proceed with I residence with any one from any oth-
with Borne one for real or imagined! strong and changes of the wise er place in the United State... I
I | many 'ENT-A-WOIL% the construction of court | .
I 1 be, a temporary I :Miller :Nov 1 10.-Malcolm I K :r' .1
injuries. Such intentions cannot into idiots it threatens to our
; sweep house on the public They also The entire community was irrieedto 1 '
1 ( I : square. 'of !South Jacksonville! land W"" i rl i ifor
hidden, from the keen-witted juristsl ," i land as with the besom of destruction hear of the death of Itev. Warren
iI ordered! )publication of notice that at I the Farm Loin Association, ',' ,
and they d.> not want to make the and calls loudly n nil the friends of ;
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ICOLUlVlNljFOR the January meeting they will consider C. Coffin, who passed nway Friday at I here on businesi Saturday.I .
"sl court a tool for satisfying: privatespite. religion order, science and humanity ;' bids for the (erection of a jail. This : I'l Paso, Texas lie was uhi-o.l by I I Judge and Mrs. A. C. sti ,
checking I
w' > i 'to exert their influence ill / j jmi building is to be of a permanent) type physicians to go there, hoping, to prolong I "'!l1 children of Lake Btitl-i,,, .
|!I
[ '. Occurrences take I place daily Hint / 'vII HO alarming, in its ,
progress --- of construction, modern and fireproofin his life, ail he was suffering h T. II. Rimes
/ 'a could be. twisted, into court ruses' ,, in There1' Sunday.
and BO ruinous its effects. -
.. ) : SALK OH nl :-OT--lj Jure. land! every way. | a serious! throat trouble. nt'''. CofIlti ,I J. L. Brown motored to.a1"\ 'milcr
only that those to whose knowledge |1' ,n *h' '"n d resolved: I ITha1
body will be shipped to his homeat
also and farm implements. A petition has been circulated ask s
wagon: Saturday
I i
who suffer therep |
they come, or injury \ ardent pints "wht never to \
Win. H. :Struth; Statke. 11-lG-tf the commhioncrs the Johnstown for interment.For 1 P! .
the to i ignore i : ing to erect jail j Carl Brown, of West Palm
from, have good sense be used! except afl, medicine; that the I .
withoutry -- -------- -- upon the public square next to where many years the deceased was I i spent the week-end with hi' i 1'' lmMrs
them or to seek adjustment free and common use: of them at the | I ,
m A'ointo/ law. That should bu the universal raising of building, at military pa- | FOR SALK:-New timber cart three the courthouse will finally be located.) a worker in the Christian Endeavor : and Mrs. J. I.. Brown.

ry spirit. The courts are Intended i.'dcii' weddings, and other public and t I j mules and harness, at a bargain. Circuit court convenes here the 19 ,I here and had many friend who will! 'I Dr. Sucber King! of Lalv. H
I to settle dispute of some" social ni,cantons.. is unnecessary and Delivered to any pant of the utate.I In>lt. The docket includes only one < mourn his death. was n professional visitor HIM-, I ,

magnitude and to punish real crime' "I'friiictnur.; that the custom of making I W. Alvarez, Starke. It* criminal and several civil case Courti He is !survived by a wife, father and day.

but trival miters should bu settled! them a part of the entertainment -.- i i not expected([ to be in session more mother, four brothers" and! one sister.. I i I II. C. Peeples was a koalas" ',
FOR S.\LE-Six of cut than two days. "Valley Farm, a drama, was very tor to Worthington Saturdm ,
out of ,'ourt.o'urh'nranee) and reasonableness at. social visits is one of those: fashions pieced glass,
are virtues all should of the world, to which Christians hand painted, Nippon chocolate and lllection: for bond trustees to handle successfully rendered at the high :: J. S. Brown was transact ; I I'ness II

j practice.nvpTisr. niir-lit'\ not to conform; that the habitual ten sets. Alfred Gurey, Starke, the $110,000) road, bond issue will. school auditorium :Friday evening. I)I in Lake Butler Satuni.i1( ,
t -..- ] use of ardent .spirits in families Flu., Route A. It* lie held on the :20th:! inst. The follow- ;Mrs. G.; W. Coleman was director. I'I William. Thomas, of Starke, \
candidates and will have :Mrs. John R. Williams died in Palmetto
mi'RCII\ IUM.IETIN and by laborers, is training thousands --- -- --- nir qualified ,. relatives here Friday.
Mt 1 for poverty, disgrace, up the prison )FOR SALE':-Second l hand car in i their: names on the ballot: Dr. J. HMames Inst Thursday and was buried i int I, Ou'e: a number of cars nf (ci1bcr "

I The scr\ici." of the r htmh wihe!\ the (fallows and eternal misery. perfect condition, and old parts for district one, A. D. Andrews, '' New River in tho family burying1' ;: -i.id 1 strimr beans have In.",. n t h :
all f.irs. Alfred Gurey on the main district 2! R. B. Warren district 3 round, Fnday. Funeral services nai''' ,
m L i ,if a sipoml|' ; nntiii on Sundiv., All The Synod therefore recommend tall : ] were pod from Dukes to Northern
minl.-ters I road. It* and W. O. Brooks, district four. No held at cemetery by Hevs Proctor and this season.
i; appeal has been iliad IIIKHI nil ministers and professors of relig-
.. one qualified for district five. j I nn'le.Irs.: Williams was one of the''' J. R. ;McLeod was transactmtr b'I,
ulijert abstain from
in Honda toipeak, upon I the ion within its bound to
._ of "";dUHttlol1."hi." :111)1' "il I II 'hi miprresHJirv 1! use of ardent spirits; I FOR SALK double-Two wagon mules, one and two harnessone horse I .Shipments) of peas, beans and cokes j oldest residents in the county and her inca in Lake Butler Saturdw ,

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disc harrow, one weeder and three -
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single plows all for $275.00.: H. L.I' -- 00 "


8!] '('' -1i ,CfN1T I I-WANTED-farm.Urownlee.:" Good-Man place to for share a good 12tf.crop man.on ,i i 23 WestAdams Street I Marks--Sample Shop; Jacksonville Florida ', "J


t Write to A. ))0'. Petterson, Starke, '

I or see me at Manning's store Saturday '.
r lrJil i! afternoon. It* '


_ iK r ,_ $, "I'rl I LOST-Small gray mule about five I Shop at Home. Patronize your home merchant, but, if in

+ It la said that the "city of years old weighing about 700 Ibs. Jacksonville during The State Fair, visit
happiness" is in the STATE of Strayed from near Worthington ,.
mind. A comfortable "state. of Springs. Any person having seen
i mind" gets its best inspirationfrom or heard of it, please notify J. V\. MARK'S SAMPLE SHOPand

P a comfortable BANK:" Andrews, Jr., Starke, Fla
u ACCOUNT. The bank book I
that show a substantial bal RENTER WANTED-50 acre farm, take advantage of our

ance in hand bring the "chuc one-fourth mile from Starke, with
lIe of contentment." It makes three hundred loads lot fertilizer.
; a "safe footing" for your Great Anniversary and State Fair Saleand
Desire
business or inspires the renter with fore and stock

confidence of the man who to run two plows D. E. Knight,
w employs you. "Getting on'f Stark. Fla. 9-21-tf you can "MARK MYVORon it will be a great saving to you.
f (ei in the world depends on I
I
SAVING as well as upon FOR SALE OR TRADE-Automatic

: ,.f OK work. Remember that the I I knitting machine with 15 lb. yarn; A Few Specials for This Event
t ,; DOLLAR SAVED IS TilE | contract with company for $1.50 a
t y ... j DOLLAR EARNED when dozen for knitted socks.
Expert
\
; \ \ the of results is
analysis
\ considered. I should make $12 to $15 per week. HIGH GRADE ()VELTDRESS SPECIALS CRAPPIE COATS

s Machine will knit sweaters, skirts, COATS All wool Poiret Twills. 'el-
of Brushed Latest
This Dank offers a safe, in fact anything. Will sell for $60 Made of lustrous Bolivia Wool
depository for ours, Silks, Jerseys. novelty samples. Values to
secure
your original cost $125, will trade
or
Silk lined.! Black: Brown Regular retail value $9.50
'
SAVINGS. It codlally in-
for anything earth of value See
ii sites your account. large or on 'tnt! Kit Fox. Value $39.50 $22,50'
Jack Inman.
.. 11m all. It pays interest and tot 15.00 $10.00SPORT $1.50'
i compounds it seml-annually $_)9.50
C on time deposits. Keeps your money TIGHT COUGHS 100 BROWN RUSSIAN

I an attire earning power. Time linn,! chunks of phlegm that clog) 60 SAMPLES OF NOVELTY COATS ,
FOX CHOAKERS
your throat "aDd Dose wln>u you have
EVENING DRESSES. In fine! all wool materials,
1 / a tight coiiuli awake your breathing difficult
C riddl sad )uiii throut! bill'Co! bcul. In all pleasing shades and Solid colors and stripes Guaranteed in every respect.
dl *tt THE HANK OF STARKK hr! '-e rl.! .. phlegm, ; hjr' th,' quick east newest I styles Regular Full lined.I Value I nan not be dupli-
; .iuu safe war. Take Lv 1 rs the Hank of Helpful Sorvk 'I'IIIJ i il'rtot".trdb. Tins pleuajntciiux'i value 39.50
'! toady] rrtic-ea:! ,noothei and!
:; 913.50:;
'r..It/iI/ ,. I hi'iili IIi. i.mi-" i ". opens the air $23.00 F $18.50
par -r. ''il i si' 41,"i i puitt-ctt" -
l the In. : .. .mii>- uinl .Burette
I'I.A.'I renwdy( 1 ," ,n,, lirlM'i'\ biouCllltlH -

on the., W mf t." .' ,-.IIMU. .r .a Ui.bottle'1 C.UIIp.,today lie We Are Headquarters for Furs. 30 to 50 per cent saving

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NOVEMBER: 16./; 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY TEl.Ktitt.\PII. STARKK, FLORIDA I'AC.K I'I\K u
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ff -- Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill, Mrs Gen ;i :METHODIST I! SPEND oi THE DAY PARTY CHURCH OF CHRIST NOTES J
I 1 Roberta, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Laurie .

: ''I. .! The Epworth League Is growing in'' Mrs. J. :I. Brownlee gave a doliRhtful Preaching at 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. m
lilts t. LocalIiiforiuaiiou (W interest and numbers Last Sunday spend-tha-day party Mondaycomplimentary Sunday school at 10 a. in.
o .i the out-of-town people who attended) : ,evening Grace Wood was the leader, to Mrs. D. B. hie 1 :>V" You are invited to bo present,
Armistice Day service here Sunday and next Sunday evening the meeting'I of ChriRtohal, rannmn, who is the W. E. DAUU1IERTY: a

$ afternoon I will ho Inchartre/ of Frank Pattae. The house' guest of Mrs.; H. A. Weeks, of Minister.!\ 1"plMu,

I League meets at 0:4": :; Sunday evening Drooker.Ucsidi. *

Among those attending the Ri-ui-( Trenching '>y the pastor at It a.in >n till honor guest t hire Inley, W. C. T. U. WILL MRET! TUESDAY
Concerning Our People, Business ana r;;::" tl'r.{ mlwln wedding in Lawtey lu'-.t' .. and 7-30: p11.. ., there were present:: Mrs. T. J. Griffin, .
Frcgllss; in the County and Town. ) \\'' drosclny were: Mrs. W. J. Epperson -I The Study Circle of the missionary Mri. Di-Witt C. Jones, Mrs .i. II. 'Flu" W. C. T. U. will moot next '
Mrs. F. II. Long, Mrs. J, 11.1 society will meet Monday afternoon, Bitch, Mr. W. L. Wall, :Mm. II. L. :; Tuesday afternoon, al it o'clock, at
flitch, Miss Margaret Long, Dr. and 8:30: ( at the home of Mrs. C. r.. IVoKHontcRses Dreamer, Mi'<., H. AI'ecks, of'': the Methodist church Every mcm-
Mis. E. L. BiftirB\ Mrs J. W Andrews! Mrs. Peek and Mrs. E. K. Hronkcr, Mm S. K, Ilrov\i\li-o, :Mrs S. bar" \il* requested to bo present to hoar r"f
:, :M:sses Nellie Stearns, Iris Epper, J'er 'man. Circle leader, MIA{ 111<'1. T. 11and\) Mrs. J. T. Wilson{ of report l of I local< delegate"< from the
made hon'lupments J. bl: ,
has :
i liter some Mitchell made a trip to Lake Johns and { ''
son, Audrey Vrirettol I in Ray. i (!ninc\ille ''I' Mate ?01''\ontion' nt Rustio.
this week. City Wednesday.
1 Floyd.Mrs.. .i:'
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: ,"iu\ ,, the of Mrs\ A. Z.
''y guest Adkins. returned Friday from, Eu ti'l'where ;

I they attended the stale VV. C.I" .: I : :
.' lying Tires see Smithy Buy jour electric light bulbs U. convention The Eustis: paperstates G.
", from Smith. 119tf.! : (hat "tin- Sunday school department -

In charge of \Mrs Arthur : ;
I"! has returned home W. T. Itoltzcndorf spent Sunday in II Wood of Stiirkc':;; wn full of lntcre-." i: .
: ut New Elver.I Jacksonville.Dr. i Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Snyder; speak .. '

very highly. of their entertainment. in ..
I ,ii-p made a business trip W. B. Parks was a visitor to I Ettstis. Delegates) to the number of

i i.csday.I the metropolis Sunday, I 2":,0, were entertained at a banquet i First
nt Fountain Inn.MISCELLANEOUS. Phil'er's Startling '

,I I I (.rifiln./ and Mrs. L. I D The cool wc-.ither; of late hRs'lItort. --._- ,
t Tuesday in Jacksonville. : ed hog killings and cane grinding. ; SHOWER FOR


\1r. P. S. McMillan spent I Miss Carrie Uglow went to Jacksonville I !MISS GODWiN f '...." o; .f(::
.ildo with friends Saturday to< visit her sister, T '' hilw '
\ :MISH. 1\1 a rn ret Long entertained I ''''G I '
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Mrs. R. L. MtDowell.Mrs. afternoon at Silverware I S : .
charmingly Thursday I ale : I' Ii
', nir electric light bulbs I her hume on N. Walnut street, complimentary i1iA; '
i, .d h. 1l.9.tf.1 L. R Jordan and son, Edward, I to Miss !Margaret Godwin i l : :
-. .- I of Oviedo, are visiting her sister, Mm of Llwtl'whosl' imrrnito l to .
ill Koemer, of Gainesville{ T. J. Griffin Mr. Henry Register, of Jacksonville, ",
it' t of bars A. Z. Adltin i was an event of the 11th inir. This i --- lasting one week Nov. 19 to 24 i .
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Devane, of shower was one of a series of pretty! ,

Lake Stern, were guests Monday of I affairs Unit has been given for this r
I, Demorest returned Wedin Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sweat. popular young lady. I 11111111' /f I ''
.'. a trip to different points! i i'I The decorations for tha living room -beautifulTHE r iglln r I ,,

,II, 'I Before buying Tires tee Smith I were of gorgeous. Kinnma, and yellow I I :

for prices.Mr. and white ihiyinnlhemumv were used ..1 EXPLANATION I 4 ,
\finnri, Methodist church in in the other rooms un the lower
,herb has been repaired endirk I : and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of J>.\ck.\\ floor. Miss Godwin, the honor guest, OF THESE}} VALUES 'I j rulllT 1 llASKKlsCVKK ,
Ii sonville, wore guests this week of I was lovely in a costume of navy Hue I '' I I A 11.\SKKTSTANCY $5.95.I
f
Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wamwright.Charles I canton cr..I'e trimmed with henna : I'.y p nnlinour I buying i l ,, r ll.vni P.IHV 1 k
.. velour hilt of i PLAIN SILVER: ttOvV'LIvtth
which she
needs a typewriter agency: with wore a two of Klorula'sother ,
a i man who can block and clean Honsley, of Tampa, spent i the samo/ shade as her dress trimmings I lending depart'a
ht, the week-end at the home of his! father Miss. Long" wore a becoming ment stores we are I
O. L. Beasley. frock of flesh colored taffeta. I II nbk'cl to make such en$5.95 I I Ii l

Karl; Roberts of Luwtey, spent the I The guests enjoyed the following i astounding oirer of high
[ w. .'k-end with his sisters, Mrs I'. L. Mrb.: O. L. Keasley and blissIlilda! beautiful musical numbers: grade heavy/ Plated Silverware "

Hiirgs and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. Struth. spent Saturday in Jacksonville I At Struth.Dawning (Cudman)-!MIHS Hilda I this! part to of the the people state.of Actual Values As Usually Retailed. It

lluzel Adkins the weekend (a) A Birthday (Cowen); ((11)) Tho I : Now i is tv>o time to lav
spent World Waiting for the Sunrise, $1 12.00 to $1 1 5.00() + fr .
11! Lnwtey with her grandmother, A. M. Darby and son, Charles, l aside pieces? of this: silvercral't $9.00, $1 10.00, "">'
Ernest Seltz-l\Irs. A. Z. Adkm
Mrs M.[ E. Edwards spent several days in Jacksonville ( plate for gifts '
last week. Bridal Chorus. from Loh<'lJlCrin.Irs. -- during the holiday sea a +
I !\ E.; K. Perryman, Miss Hilda\ '
Jlai Brinson and Carl Johns, of the son.! All of these! piecesares (. "
U f I '
Struth and !Mrs.\ Adkins. --- se u ,
will be late fit for
'II 4' I i niversity{ of Florida, spent the week Come early or you too wedding gifts queen, !
While Mrs. Perryman played a "
,,ad here with relatives. for Christmas photographs. Hoover "or a bride :
I Bros. Studio. march, little Billy Lonj: and CENTRE PIECES I \
/ Frances Lee Peek, dressed 1 a* bride I
I' Mrs C. Hydorn and children left and took Miss Godwin's bund COMFORTSVEGETAIU.K I I tOne
Mrs.: J. II. Bitch, Mrs. F. It. Long! groom, i,4
I to her husband
uuaduy for Daytona join j
and led her to what seemed to be a
a!'' and daughter, Margaret, motored to : : DISHES! : 7'
l.1',"i. who is there in business Gainesville Friday afternoon. huge wedding cake, surmounted\ by a Price I
tiny bride and groom. When the cake UTILITY I DISIIKSVASES :; :
r1 1 See Innian for one knitting was cut, it was found to contain! a ji" "i-- I
Carr and Orville Gnffls of the "
machine: 10 pair socks per day Colley collection of beautiful (gifts for the k'
: University of Florida, spent Sunday ,
is (Capacity. with homefolks. young Out' of bride-to-be.town guests attending,: this --for one week : VX

I Mrs A. Z. Adkins spent !Monday rffair were Mrs W. F. Sodwin''{ Mrs $5.95 $5.95 I
'' Tuesday in Gainesville with herr I :Mrs W. S. Jennings, of Jacksonville Talley, Mrs. Chandler, Mrs .1. '1', .1
1; ,1' :Mrs J. C. Adkin. who made the Armistice Day More, Mrs L 11. Hill, :Mis.ea. \VihmerI"hlnrhnrd .
I address. at thu club house was the If- ; *1
and Eva '
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""I'1: F A. Scott and daughter! Mrs. I guest of Mrs L. A. Davta. : Reddish__ only --. :;.! 'ff&- durableI'lTI'III'US --- ,

,\ C. Carnell, came Tuesday I, DKAril OK INFANT: ',. <...J1- -t": ,, ::y I I
Mrs. Annie B. Barrett and daughter I' '
from Ormonil., Mrs! Carnell
W 'I >rnd week with her parents.K I Stelln, of Jacksonville, were the i 1':. I.M111"; \ : ::-; ': AND i I i I
'! a Friends h, regret ovi-edingly! ; tn '
, sister rr < -. S'
guest Sunday of Mrs. Barrett's : ; '
r l. I
I hear of the dcnth of little Norma 0 :( >: >N ]HASKirrs >r
:Z. Adkins. :
Mrs. A.
L. Biggs, Mrs. J.V. An- of >
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Louise Cornell, infant daughter $ 9 5"I :-II.VIIK: \APTEU; :: I "i
./.Ir, and Miss! Harriet Brown Mr. and( Mrs. Stanley C. Cornell: of 5 =. I '" I
\ Wednesday of last week inn Before buying Tires l sec Smith occurred Thurs I -0 -- ." u
I Oimond, which : on := --=" $5 95 I 1..
for
\ ille.I prices. 8th Little Norma wui .
day the inst.
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tac JS: :
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--' burn Oct. 20, 1W23! :!, and was only 111\
l'' I ,Hc\eiinon makes ten barrel..1 F.:. M.\ Porter, chief state bank examiner -I day old. u4'A

f u.,i'n' of pecans as often as the or TttllnhasBCp, was a weekend I Before her InrrialClIra.!\ Cwrnell I
i'oil t "f nuts can be gathered. They guest of Mr. and Mrs George C. was :Mi-t Dons Scott, anti, her fricndi

t to, one house in Philadelphia I White.F. '. w I here iymputhl/) > with her in the lo.*. I Each piece guaranteed for twenty years of service! i ,

" of her baby. I

f .n 1.0'11hils\ returned to Chi- A.OrmonJ Scott where returned he went Saturday to at- I __ __ _. __ ._ __ ______, ___ __n ___
from HU
I" I there' he will resume his stud ,' READING: CIRCLE WILL MEET ,
lend tilt funeral of his little grand- : -.------.-----
/ at -
one of that city's institution MONDAY AFTERNOONMri : -
"r' ", 11'ning.bury. I! daughter.i I ,
I I I I Ii I
e. C. L. Peek and Mr*. H KPerrymun -
I.\\ plants leave Starke in I i i A. Z. Adkins had as guests, will entertain the n ,i Edwards
M. K.
her mother, Mrs. -
., Tuesday
I' quantities daily J. M. Truby: ,' Mrs. J. T.. ItriggsH .circle! of tho Methodist; missionary so-
of Lawtey,
I T. S. Williams{ are the henviestPpOrs l'il'tyIonday: afternoon at 30: ; ut
I I IIr Mrs. Todd I, of Jacksonville.
r I
I tin.ir home on West Madison ..trC'ct.I
I The lesson! for the afternoon will !he, %
\ r. w. Denny and little da-iirh- Costs so little, means HO muchWhet family- I taken from "liuildini With Indiii," : A Man's Prayer

', Margaret! have returned} to their 1' can you give to your than' and is the! latter half of chapter four,
., I>' 'me in :Savannah' after visit with !that will be appreciated more
the
a 1JIO.: After
'; I 'I'i mother, Mrs S. L. Hamrick. :j your portrait, ?? Hoover liron. Studio< beginning Inuioii there on will paw be a social half hum" I t ''f' sS

Mrs h. O. Brown and children will Ii j I-!\\II". and ;Mrs. Ernest; Beasley, of ,' All ladies) tit the church invited to ho .1 "'l'rilrh me that 60 minutes make .in hour, 10 ounrcn one
the birth of ; prewent.ATTENTION I II
\ Mate this afternoon for Jacksonville Jacksonville, announce n pound, and 100! rents one dollar. IMp' "me to live' that I ran lie t '
.
I' .1 '?> attend the state fair and visit her I son on the 7th inst. Mrs. Rcaaley I I : : AMERICAN: IIO'; without under my
conscience,
was formerly Miss UzzieI"e; Tomp- i down at night with a clear a gun a
'I"wr.Ira.! C. C. Strandberg. I 4
kins. pillow and undaunted by those to whom I may have' hrnuichlpnm.
I I : ; th..1
There will he meeting held! at I A
Your friends can buy anything yon their in Starke Thursday, November -' Brunt; that I may earn my meal lirkt-l on the square| amt a ain } ,
will hold armory
Club
Woman's
ian for The I
.give-your photograph.a Christmas Hoover present Bros.except annual bazaar in the early part of I I 22nd at 7'30: () p. m. All former I earning it I may d.l unto others n- I would have them I.i do I 1

exact date to be announced I I soldiers, sailors and marines are invited and to the '>
Studio December) the unto me. Deafen me to the jingle <>' tainted money' ,
All member are requested -, to come and bring heir pals.
) later.make somethingfor I I We need your name as a charter 1 untie of unholy skirts.. Illind m4' to. I the faults of t the other fellow I
or give
The to
Stewart
-Jones Co. have finish '
a ed the roadbed for the extended passing this affair.J I I member. Don't forget the date. but reveal to me my own Guide; me no that each night I

track north of the depot. They I I II Membership Committee. -- ,I II when I look across the table nt my wife', who hits been a blessing' .

have spent this week repairing their I C Adkins, state attorney for the I have to roncral. Keep me yc unif enough ;
I will nothing (
his to me,
returned to I
circuit,
rolling i stock. eighth! judicial rw \\1 I II I ""
home in Gainesville last Friday, after to laugh with little children' end sympathetic enough to>> l h. conniderflle -

Miss Harriet Brown, of Washing spending the week here attending I SCOTT'S ]b bI bsj I of old ax*. And when fortim' the day of darkened I
ton, who has been at the court. While here he was the guestof .
visiting and
Adkins. shades and the smell of flowers' the trend of soft footsteps
home of her cousin, Dr. E. L. Biggs, Col. and Mrs A. Z.
I I In the make the ceremony' short
left Thursday for Sarasota>! to visit the crunching of wheels yard
her brother. The Epworth League. had an enjoyable I I 0 0I 0I 0I 0i and the epitaph Himple-Hrre lien. a man." s
social Friday evening at the I t tIt

Mr. M. D. Carter and Mrs. Jeff club house. Games after were played which and hot i our sentiments coincide with the abo\e lines, I
Johns contests enjoyed
were called to Webster last
Tuesday on account of the illness of chocolate anti sandwiches were sere I and we live up to them, we have nothing to fear In this!

Mn. G. W. H. Carter. They returned ed. About fifty persons were pres. world and little in the ned.I .

home Sunday, leaving the patient ent. I

much improved.Mr. A pretty courtesy shown-Mrs Ar- I We are trying to practice the /golden rule in this I f N

and Mrs. Elmer Lazone and the mor last Tuesday was an automobile bank and In doing so are giving our customers! and

only original "Doc" Harvey, arrivedin ride given her by Mrs: II. M.: Snyder. I public the very best service possible. Let us serve you
Starke Wednesday, after a successful I The car was tastefully decorated in I
season with their stock com I white, the W. C. T. U color. :Mrs in any way we can.Bradford. Ij I

pany. They will spend the winter, as Arthur Wood, vice-president of the I j
has been their custom for years, in W. C. T. U., and :Mrs.! G. C. Sweat Ij j II V s -,. r
Starke. treasurer, accompanied Mrs: Armor. I ,


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,
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". \ lowing the water to boil 5 minutes. To Stop a Cough: Quick TilE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS

I I'' ,1. Peel should be exceedingly tender. take ASPIRINSay
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HAYES' HEALLNG HONEY n
Bradford
It"'I'': ?: I'' The All bitter taste may be removed by ouib/: medicine which stops the cough/ by Did Not Exactly Travel King's toad

\ changing the water a sufficient number lies ''ing the inflamed and irritated tissues to Starke'n DepotA -- t
li; of times.Preparing. A box; of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATK

liI the juice-After the peel .ALVE for Chest Colds head Colds and\ "Bayer" and i'i i'i"u 'Isf, !

ri', I I Farmers has been removed weigh the fruit, -cjiip' \ In enclosed with every bottle of t I citizen of this town told the reporter ( -

I' cut into small pieces, place in a ket- 11.\YES' HEALING. HONEY. Tie. BII'VPi : the following singular accountof
and! threat
tle and for each pound of ta- i i. I old be rubbed on the chest
4I -- orange j i! of children suffering from a Cold or ken add 2 pints of water. Boil until
4' 1ltA'I'S FROM: REPORTS OK people .stuck. j I Thi h..nlJolI.lfe<'t of Hay.' Ilonllng Honey in early train for Jacksonville a Sunday
,' F.:< observed and listened. I was lit thoroughly disintegrates. Pour in-1 -,<' Itiethrnatw.mbinrdwith" thuhu.nhue."art1I : t ti.
1
Y'i i COUNTY AGENTS:; i As I Ito a flannel jelly bag and press until I i.' -/. a O Peo-Trno Solve through the torea. '" morning:
Y'' reminded of my history lessons yearsrgn : tIJo- uooa stops a couch: .
+ of how the Pilgrim fathers fac- | no more juice can be obtained. Drain I Ii I. t j.. 'h n'mwllps are patkeil In one carluu end the "Well, it was as dark as in Kansas
i this juice again through a clean flanI .1'tofthecumbinedueanueutIC3v l :; before C
und the hardships and privations and e just a cyclone and cold as blue
i-d
Osccola-Eggplants, peppers I net bag without last/ sick druggist[ for HAYES'tilALINu
jelly pressing. your blazes. Saw the flashes of light
a at
to of these
$ cucumbers are beginning to move uncertainties of tho America
HONEY.
lot Those Making the marmalade--Pour this I times, probably in the hands of the
Car lIttJtJnth century. Pilgrims
in quantities.\
market largo !!
week. 1 with and I juice into a kettle, add peel l and, bringto night marshal, otherwise everything
start next were pioneer n purpose a
shipments
I I determination.These a boil. Add 1 1-2 pounds of sugar CARD OF THANKS I was as deserted as Starke on the J
for each pound of fruit. Continuo the : I'ouith. Navigated Call street all

k f Madison-Huld good tobacco meetIng Davie farmers are pioneers boiling until the jollying point has I right; the sidewalks there are smooth rw9 'ar0

on Saturday; over 300 acres ares of today, and they have a purpose and been reached, which Is ind\>cnle I by To the Citizens of Bradford County and I could feel( my way along the ( i

pledged in and around Madison. Most determination. Their purpose is to the (flaking or sheeting; from the -I take this method of expressing buildings At Walnut street my

of the week was spent getting up the lift from the vast domain, the "Em- I spoon When over-ripe oranges are my appreciation, to my friends who troubles began. The sidewalks wero I nni. knjM! or you on ape tablet the, i i h

1 pledges and listing hogs for cooperatives : pire of the Everglades" a home and used the amount of sugar may be reduced have stood by me in my recent trou- 'so 1 uneven, und so dark from the tiny( the genuine J J.IJ'M: } I I

'y' 1 sales. an honest living. Their determination to 1 1-4 pounds for cash: poundof bles, caused by wrong accusations\ shade trees till I had to strike the Benin, 1 l hv plivnioiiiW! ..'

is to succeed in thin undertaking, I fruit. i I against me by enemies. I am very middle of the street I could see the I yearn and proved s.-li, I

( I :' doing what so many have said could I Grapefruit :MarmaladeUse glad to be able to say that the courts sky through a narrow opening be- (old-i' ] II
t St. Johns-One local dairyman is 1 not be done and what so many have vindicated and thus
the following material! : One have me proven tween the rows! of trees and progressed 'luotliaetio' / 1
clarifying his entire output and us- fended could:
ing every means of producing sterile i Pilgrim fathers faced: pinching win- water, 1 pound of sugar, 1.3 of the sion several affidavits clearing me of of being hit by dome whiskey runner >rntagia' "I'II I

rtillk. Dairying continues to improve iterw, dark forests. savage Indians andI I peel removed from the grapefruit. |I the charges made against me, but driving without lights. But when I I Accept "I3nyer Tall I Ionlv

J., here I untried soil, just so are these present Follow the above direction for the (i I which were never brought into court. came: opposite( the parsonage where E'ipli: unbroken, |p" t I
a | day pioneer farmers facing difficult making of marmalade j jN have been a citizen of Bradford '
sour-orange 11 the trees are very close, I lost my prill"| i-i I "inactions, 11 n
g Polk-Karly oranges/ are beginning | problems, problems that arc enough/ i county for many years. I have treated hearings However, I discovered the torahs t.llilclH cost: I K .. ,
1'to tall: forth all of the strong and I neighbors squarely and have gISlu. 1.1O:] 111'11 hot ll'-A nt'
to move here. Citrus grove work t''cevs In u n..:.., my North star, and knowing that I had \
t ( well within men und women. |I endeavored to live right with my Maker Aspirin \\1 the trade.' ,nMnnum ,'
I continues. :Much building activity allover Ai I% Im. ,,. -a '. .\1"IP.\! w1"' u'e ni' i i ,in- to follow to the right of it a littlein .
county. Rut; as the men of history con' t I. .,.i. 'ii' i I."" ..is. 'j, and time will convince even my order to follow the street, I sailed : lure''. of Msma.uSalieyltencid. ,

.'d, so will their descendants of today rule! tluic" .in ., l I' .,*u' < ', 'it, ..u.fROVI' i: enemies that I have been a victim of i along until I fell over a cow that was e
; !: S TAST'LEVi:: nil: '., ',(\\"r' uu-
? caused not
f conquer. A great agriculture will be Icily f." tw.c"hrro wieks w'',' emirs al l. I injustice and persecution, ; I lying down. She never got up and
Lake-A campaign is on to get thu built where .. by officers and courts, but by individuals -
up yesterday was water, improvothi'dU* tkln.nuja.tn.'ei-'s.: -cnnrhMiinuTonli'l'ifhewbitle I I must have broken her neck. Near
{ fruit to consumers I in better condition Indian and alligator, where today is '" i;"fri.i' ;.,"1"'.. '.I, n i who dislike me the latitude of Ninth street I looked Ou >I' ',it. 1 1a 1t 1u
A close watch will throw dl"yo'' **' aniu 1.1 .. ,too
than ocr Won. COWART.
formerly. A. J.
It i I much wawgrass und vacant space.Tholle tuperttcthetch.1iw.nut 1 .Jn' eight points to starboard and saw I A single gra. l'' i .
I t be given pickers, haulers and puck who are building this agriculture the red lights of the monkey switch,, heavenward I IK the intuit p< /

4 I ers to reduce the Injury to fruit and : have shown that they poscss the nnd going straight toward it, I arrived -tossing.i .
', will materially cut down the amount SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE Red Cross
Junior
which mode
{qualities success-a pur- at the tracks sure enough. The
1' P 'g" of decay in transit. i [pose, a determination, and a real] interest night trick man at the depot had i i -

;; I in what they are doing Southbound-(In effect Nov. 11, 1923)) I Spreads Good Will placed a lantern in the ticket window : alties are specified for viol:, '

I Walton-This has been a busy blue- which gave me further /guidance I The hunter must go about I II
No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16
: a.
berry week; placed 10,000 plants; one No. 3 10:59 m'l Thrc.ughoutVorld "Going to kick about it, you ask ?" I fairly, too lIe is not [pc I II
HOW'S THIS? : a. m. j
0 g of our best farmers informs mo that I Not me. Nobody in Starke ever use traps, snares, dead f,"> .1
No. 21 Cedar 5:00
i1 t he ii. preparing to plant. DO acres to !' HALL'S CA'CAHHIII'I'ICIN! : : : will Key, p. m. I i'' kicks, and I don't want the reputa- I folds, cages, nets, salt I h), r.d
I{ do what we claim: for It -rM. your system No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m. Nearly 5,000,000 pupils In the schools .
blueberries; interest grows every day I dot Catarrh or DuufnuaH. CUUBOU by Northbound tion of being a fault finder. Of pens baited hooks, baited" l and many large; Heidi. already established Catarrh. No. 2 reaches' Starke 4:15 i j I of America are following the standard (i' course it looks sorter funny that the '''sons, drugs, chemicals lit ,
I HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE: con : a. m. I of unselfish nonlco as members of the License fees
throughout i required
county. bond ar>
l trustees should shut off thelights
I1 I elate of nn ointment which Quickly No. 4, 4:20: p. m.No. I I I
I Itelluvea the cniuitliul. inflammation and American' Junior Rod Cross, the annual at four o'clock Sunday morning idents i $25 for trapping at
Cedar
20() Key 8:50
: a. m.
I'utnum-I.lvely interest is beingmanifest the Internal McUIrlne, n Tonic, which'1< No. report of the American Red Cross J, when they keep 'em on till long permits; county resident ,
1G Limited 5:57 I'
acts through"' the Itluntl on tho .Mucous: : p. m. s
f I in the coming county fair i Surface, time iHi8tin' : 10 rextoru normnl Wannee Branch-: discloses. This vallnnt host Ii represented after daylight: week days or that they hunting license, and $LOp() >

I and four more communities enrolled Bold rcin.lltloli",by\ilriitfulxtn' :, fur nT 40 Tram. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:1"n.: m. I I In 125.072 school rooms of shut '(Jm oir when an interesting pic- ping; those from out of t J

1 9 I this week to exhibit I !"'. J. ChenCo.. ol|. tloi U No. lot arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. 21,259: schools throughout:; the United' lure show! is going on. But if their must pay $3.50, while re
l I 1 is inscrutable it is '1 hunt in their own votit
1 system no more
T. J. GRIFFIN, States With a service program that
t'f Wakulla-Tobacco, cotton and, more I' ,!''so that that of the postoflic-e department without license. No In i

t' t hogs and hog feed<1 scorn to be the hobbies i CHIPS Agent I is local, national and International In who lets the Cedar Key train quired( of Confederate.. Iw'i
x I with our farmers now. Fair enthusiasm scope, the American Junior Red<.J Cross i
S |' deliver mail at certain portions of its
a i has reached a high pitch There is no I land any prettier than A TONIC Is working unfalteringly for health trips but not nt others. No, sir, when : : 'It I

here. I CJrovc'3 fastcletd chlU; Tonic ... and liapplrysH and in the promotion i
ll Florida, if as pretty. i < > | I got into that warm, well lighted, :NITS SUICIDE:
I Energy and Vitality by Purifylj..j ,,a.i I of activities among boys and girls >oft-cushioned train of the not over-

11 lIamiILolI- -Arwthl'r carload<1 of cooperatively I I Rust mites can be controlled by tjirii'hinfj: the Blood. When you If.i i i ,,,-. I wherever there Is opportunity for use- I Itulnl'ss. praised Seaboard company, I forgot

shipped hogs moved this 1 spraying) with lime sulphur btrci')Ilthening; | invigorating! effect t".. Ii wit | all about it, and shouldn't have told A curious white man onto < < p r''o

week ; many farmers are holding the I hriiiKS', color' to the cheeks niul howit J Increased activity on the. ,part: of. you this, only I wanted the owner of an intelligent looking n
d ]light i hogs for January marlct.Sl'mlnoleArrangemcntll I that know I didn't kill the him
to to this
cow put question
schools
t liecome: a subscriber of your home Improves the appetite' yet t 1,1 limn the enrolled and<.J deeper rpcolfI j I '
I newspaper; keep up with what goes upprrciHta! ) Itt truo tonic value I nltlon by school authorities of the edI I I critter on purpose. I want to know why it is tilt'

for doing some experimental were perfected ':'on in your community and county. t; "- '::1 Tireless chill Tonic i Is Implyrm ucatlonal values of Junior Red Cross i[ |' gro never" commits suicide '
t: 1.'I.Onlll.'ooiBIIWDS: JETTING; tell me ? '
work in seedbed disinfection and sterilization I \nil! Quinine. suspended in syrup' S. have been significant features of the I 1
I l v lilcns'tnt, 'hildrcn like it. The bin READY FOR_ OPEN: SEASON "Well, you see, Bobu .i I'-
I
k in the black hammock land By carefully removing dead wood even : IIr; last year Carrying on educational j I
.
', l at Oviedo.< i from citrus trees, disease will be reduced nruln, orjINI.NE) :" to Purify it and (IRON I Ij I" and relief work In Prance, Poland: I Do white man when he n mt
I I
I II :;:; cue he jus' right ofT mill, Flinch: goes
It M.ilariul
I and loss fruit will drop. j I Dnptroys germs n'"/ Austria, Hungary Jugoslavia, Albania, Huntsmen of Florida are oiling up
United I fit'lp germs by Ira Ftrengnccnhg!: |!, I IIV I':'"- : their -but da colored man, who i i
liny-1C. R. Robinson of the Bulgaria and Rumania the American guns preparatory to taking advantage -
,, to suicide he fust sits d.\\> i '
'pi' I ,
States of visited I Mr.\ HouscowiH-r, when building or troll,/ nT '" ? without of the
p 1 L depuitment agriculture I Juniors have Influenced' the forming: : delay opening | it ober, and he falls asleep \I''. 1 a
t hero this week and, was astonished Irearranging the house let the wife ned''' of the hunting season on November
of Junior '
I departments" In the wakes he has fotten dat I '
) at what we are doing in the way of have her way in arranging the kitchen THE FLORIDA TIMES-UMON: 20, just three days from today. The up ""
Cross organizations of these. coun wanted to suicide.
,/, growing satsuma oranges. : en, least. It's hers I season closes February 15th. Lictn- ,,: k
tries. American boys and girls wearIng
Why do nearly 40,000 residents> of lies already have been issued in several ,;
) Palm Beach--Two meetings, one at : Sweet potatoes dug before the vines !jI II j Florida subscribe regularly for the the "I Serve" button of the Jun. places, giving, them the privilege' Rend the "Cent-a-wora i '

Ft. Pierce: and another at Stuart were are killed by frost will keep much Times-Union 'I I lore are proving apt messengers of of shooting certain game. .
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110 held Monday< at which: local organizations I better. Dig on sunshiny days" and let Not merely because they will find I the spirit of /good\ will and mutual understanding With the season e>o near at hand,

l 1 of pineapple growers were com the potatoes lie in the sun and dry I'' the latest news from everywhere reported through correspondencewith ( I the game wardens also are getting r 1

})lete<1. These locals will form a part I well before storing. interestingly and accurately pupils In schools scattered''' ready for a busy season, not only to AWe

'St of n state organization./: at the earliest possible moment. Not I throughout: the world At the closeof see that all who go on the trail live
; :
I Stop the soil from leaching or washing because its special articles instruct the school year In June 2OOP up to the law requiring licenses, but

i To Cure n C'"IJ! .n Ono 1111 l ; away on the farm by plantingcover and its features entertain. There is I schools were engaged In correspondence to see that the regulations are otner-

i TAke LAXATIVE': 6R1V( ,'O OiilNNKT! : ( M.-i.. crops, keeping the hilly lands I something more than that. A newspaper 'I with a like number of schools wiso observed.The *
.. the ( aiiu'i' unit, lliuilu. li anti. wirfcit, "if' ,>' in sod the i
atopp permanent tilling gullies isn't a bare chronicler of events state laws do not permit the
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4 1",1. I. V'. I.HOVIulua"uu'uLII: ;' 00:.. !'ai In Europe; schools In our Insular I, ve
with brush. providing proper drain It i ili a personality. It conies into ; possessions' and Alaska territory car- unlimited slaughter of wild game in

age your home as a member of the of its boundaries; the hunted birds and
ried exchange letters with
PRESENT! : : DAY PIONEERS: family and if it is the proper sort is'' on an animals are given at least a fighting
1 schools In the United States and South
; CONQUERING: : THE' '(:LADES j! ONE: IN TEN I welcomed by everyone. I ,chance. Doer, for example, 1"11be
Africa. In fact nearly 2,700 schools
What sort of person do you like to II hunted onl yduring the day time and
Neglecting littlo wound ,
n cut or abrasion 3
with probably 100,000 pupils were busy
I + By Spuds; : Johnson) I I of the lluuh. may in nine coxes" out of have visit you ? In this tine act of cheerful communication 'anyone gunner may bag only two
(
I
ten cause no great: Buffering or inconvenience lie ought to be honest, courageous, during the entire season, and they
q Pioneer farmers of tho "Kmpira of but it is tho one cuna in ton that I no hypocrite, and of manly instincts, while 8.3(7: ( articles passed'' :must not come on the! same day; only grind Our Own Lenses
tho Everglades"! had a Brent get-to- '1 causes blood poisoning lockjaw or a with a real interest in you, ready to'': through National Headquarters of the'j five turkeys be bagged during I
J : may
_ 'w, and school few chronic Red Cross !In exchanges between the :
meeting days festering Tho
I \ gether a rats cheapest, I lend you a hand if you need help. { the season and only two on i NODELAYQaJnesVille.
anyone
I A1 ago and it was my privilege to attend safest and best cimrHo ii to disinfect tho Cheerfulness and humor Interested pupils here and overseas.An .
good are ex- 'day; twenty quail a day or :000: for !
__ as an observer and listener. No lees wound with ]liquid! l Ilorozone and, apply Incident of the year's advance was Florida
q I cellent qualities and wide of i
a
range the is .
tho Borozono Powder I II season, the limit. Severe |
than 200 farming people rallied together to complete\- the interests. I the beginning of activIty which will pen-
healing prx'I'''''. Pnco (liquid, ) 30o. <60o< eventually Install Junior Red Cross
honest endeavor
in to gain
an and $1.20. Powder 30o and GOc. Sold by What do you find in the Florida I
information along their particular' I Times-Union? In the Indian schools of the United

line by swapping experiences! and vf I All Drug Stores I It has opinions, of course, and it States. I 1

I hearing experts talk on various farm speaks them out freely. They are its From every section of the country ill
.. of the tour of the unit of crip-
:- subjects. : HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESSunshine reports -
i I w own and they are not influenced by !
children with their chorus which
They came out early In the day and I outside interests.!! Its criticism is. con- pled
late at night. Never before came from the Bakula school In
stayed Marmalade structive and it realizes only as it is
have I seen such keen interest shown When have been of service to the can it I Prague, Czechoslovakia to show gratl-
I oranges cut in half community
tide to the American Juniors for their
in their business It
by farmers own and the juice squeezed from them or meet with a reasonable measure of I
I assistance declare that nothing since
'J is easy to hold a crowd of them nt a I the pulp removed with u spoon a delicious success. To be of practical assistancein the World War has done to much to HOG KILLiNG
circus picnic or
or a
cross-country marmalade the development and the
( may be made from progress
but awaken the Red Cross spirit In the
dinner the ground meeting,
on what remains. 'growth of our state so that every citizen -
communities visited by the unlLThe i
1 not go at a meeting where their own have the of
Separate the sections of fruit from may opportunity
I work of the American JuniorsIn
( 1 farming problems are discussed. But tho rind and the membranous skin or earning a decent livelihood and accumulate foreign fields Is emphasized In the -... .
these Davie (Hroward, county) farmFIRE
rag. in tangible form a share of
advancement of playgrounds scholarships
i| Put the peel through a food chop- the state's prosperity is its platform.In In farm, trade and other schools,

per and to the chopped peel add 1 twice handling news it observes the I community and school garden work, -- TIMEOur

+j its weight in water and 2 tablespoons decencies and amenities of life. It and donation of cash and equipmentto

I 'of lemon juice for each cup of water : never wantonly brings shame or sor- children'' nrll nl ,,'lona. In these

I used. Let this stand for one hour, row to any home. Each: issue is com- I projects $112.660.17 was spent during ,

q i then add the same amount of water plete, the intelligence not being of- the last year In ten European countries Cold Storage Plant is now

: us originally taken and boil gently fended by tho publication of predated in China and la the Virgin Island -

for three minutes, cover and set otT editions. Its advertisements are *. open. Send or bring us your meat

I to cool. When cooled, press through clean. The world it surveys with good _

a jelly bag to extract the juice. Keep !:cheer looking forward to a confident "It la Inconceivable that the Red to cure. Charges 1 l-2c per lb.,

half of the ground peel to add later tomorrow. Cross could hate come thus far onlyto I for first and lb.
30 1
Ito the boiling juice. Test for pectin If not a subscriber you are cordially days c per ,
Is it Your House? I retreat; that It could have uc-
and add such Invited to become a member of its
an amount of
+ M sugar as ceeded up to the present' time only to for each additional month. Thirty
the family of readers.
indicates
test is needed. Bring ton fall."-President Coolldga.
Our business is to protect '' boil, add half of ground peel and The price by mail daily and SundayIs I days is sufficient time (for curing


k .?: you-..large and small I[ cook ed. until the Jellying point is reach. :One month( 85c.; Over Liberal$1.000 to was Ex-Sarvlea expended Men by each light and medium meat, 60 days

Three months :!
Sour 225.
Orange MarmaladeUse
Best Reliable Companies of the 3.600 American Red Cross, Chap
for
Six heavy
the following substances: Ono months, $ &.50. meat.
4t ters In the past year In behalf of disabled
r
'4 Quick Adjustments pound of peeled sour oranges :2! pints Twelve months $0.00.SI'ECIAlrSCnd ex-iervic
man. The actual total
1 of water, 1-3 of tho peel removed $1. and the daily
DON'T LOSE I from the oranges 1 1-2 pounds of and Sunday Times-Union will be I spent was 3930000.

sugar. mailed to any address desired from J. S. BLITCH SuperintendentFlorida

SEE US Preparing the peel-Wash fruit, date to January 1, 1924. ,

: I remove and discard two-thirds of peel fo'LOIUn.TUIESU''ooiIO'o: :'

i Peek & Perryman I reserving the third freest from blem Jacksonville, Fla. Rough State Farm

ish; with a knife remove any blem 11-16-4U chapped hands ?

ishes that may be on peel. Cut this
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peel in as thin slices as possible and MENTHOLATUM ,

I Ittl I I place in a kettle and add water four Season far Rejoicing.'

r times in weight to that of the peel. Righteousness tried by adversity hu I makes diem smooth 1

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I' NOTICE OP MIVI1TRTHIX! FOR Tl- MINUTES OF SCHOOL ROth I V Surrcney do U ____...____._____ 20.00 AN EI.ECY: 10 A I 1)11"0IU1: 5 ( I to I tho 1 plon of ninny
; Bulbs for Old I NAL DHICIIARGE I W (,rahnm do IB _- _______.-?.?.. 1000 :I
('.n. lime Co paint 19 .. _____n__. 18.cm friomli, that ho oalalillbh a church of
Notlc In hereby given to all whom It mny I I Jon Lbr Co winilo* 4 ___...__.... 12.I'd Old! put) of minl' with frtiilerx bvnt I I hill own.
rnn..n Ihnt on the Kith dny of Pearmhrr Hoard met in regular session Nov. 'J Morgan window pnnt-e 15 __ .-_ 6.00( ,
A. n. 1921. I shall annlv to tho Honnrablr.n .1 Muruitn crayon 18 ._ __ .._____h-___ 1.00 and covered thick with rust, I "It'oul,1 1 t hu a church," ho snld, "in
with all members I W.
': iur order with Simmons & A. .in-en.: Juil e of mild court UK Juilire of \th. present, ,. J Morunn ilo 17 ________....u_..... 1.Of It heart I wit bu Hcoldud
to it-li would
"""hat. for my flnnl! illnchnrirn na .dmln'.t. Kit kilter A. A. Hazen and L. J. (I.J Mnrwitn do fl ___.______..--__._--__ 8 00 grieves my HOP you go, yet jnii every
"' 'tow for Ifght bulbs suitable trlx of the estate of Henry Onrner. decenaedanil : C ..01'.. repairs 3 __ __ ___u______. zoo riNison Bays I must. : Sunday for btMiig bail /nml I pot Isod for
n-nt of plant. 17 centn that at the samn time I will prpRent my Wynn. 10 i \Vnlnwriirht( clihninit homo 15 A.00 I.nnif we'\u tujjether o'erI And,I piopntfimd.i of
r new per find iii-roiint M nolmlnl.t..trlx< of sold .... years spent bi'intf good. no
Minutes of last meeting read and I. ftalnry tenchinmc 8 .. .....__.__.._ in( .on
old bulbs in exchange. t... mini) ask fnr their mipomoval.tInted J Hollim.l do 4 .. .................. 1500 I the roiuU, both far and near, I: tho Anti-Saloon LeiiKUu or any other
October 19. A. O 1021IRENE approved aj read. I'mm It Wella atop pip t .__un_ 5.70i Always safe you've brought me honui orlnni2lttionVllul..! hu .tlmnoininntedI .
\RVFR. n i W Ilrown wood, 6 __......_u.____ 26.00
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NOTICE 10-19.JI-12-14 AdmlnlBtralrlx. \Vnlows pensions were approved I as D U Jones wrench ____8 ......_____. 4.18n though! rattled every genr. I it. Tliera woiilil, In- no 1' 1'. llnr-

follows 10 .. ....._________
C Jones pipe 2.211
.' Elirhth Jnd'clal : 1'\'" learned to know wliim stuff preaching to the newspapers -
Court Circuit you every nUn no
NOTICE OP APPf.irATION FOR TAT DEED 1> C Jones ili> 15 ..___.........____ too ; .
'"nmty, Florida In ChanceryInant. UNDER SFCTION 871 OR THE Relic Thomas, Brooker $$.OO.()() II Thomas Janitor 0 ,. ____.___u.___ 1500 your every creak and tnlw, such us Is indulged in l hy certain -

h. GENERAL STATUTES Emma Bryant, Starke $3.00. ''V Hurreney teaching 14 _.___...__u 20.00 Your soft contented purr and hum, clergymen in thin. city. /
: A F firliri. repair 8 .. __-_______. 1.75
i Land and! I Iff IFortby notice la given that II O. Maaon.purchawer Georgia Milliard Starke $10 for J I. Slmmnni repairs 8 __ .u__...__ 15.25 your spit and eolith and Kronn. I II II :'Thesu clergymen art' Hhowmen,
1 la mm ra"ipany. -
of tax sale eertiftcatea, numhereclmpertlvely II Hill iiwurance 15 ___._____ IK.DOi sleet und
,, a Corporation.mown the first month.As !11. .n I Thru inutl and Hand, thru not preucherH. They want to get Into
244 and 802. issued by tat coller.tor There being no further business the II
Heirs or Claimis there is founds in the Widows i I snow you've chugged ,
your that
of llrailfonl county. Florida. said certlfl- no tho papers, and one doesn't do
Charlee M.
1 Strong. ..t..* "being dated July 4. 1021. han flied aaldevrtlficato board adjourned to moet the first I tirelem. I
pension fund widow
way, Christ.
"'" anil, Unknown Person any can arrange l hy preaihintf the doctrine of (
x,.f, .'lantato ) In my office and hoe made, annllcntlon I Monday In December. The road ne'wr too lung for
for tax deed to laaue In accordance with Supt. Wiggins for trade was you In his letter of reilHTnatlon Mr. I

Remove Cloud.Roust Quiet Title and Other with law. I nt stores for the amount of their al I ad ne'er too long tho day; I I'urle; said: II I
Said certificate* respectIvely. embraces the, I I .
i al! 4, Whom It May Concern Greeting following, lands In Bradford county, Florida.aMeHHeil I lowance.All FINANCIAL BTATFM .MT rejUWTT SCHOOL Though sometime you refused to go "In my opinion w* lived a great .
4 i at, .arinic by the sworn bill of comi at the data of the .laauanee of such I banks desiring to be designated FUND when others had the wheel, I
I i the above cause that there known certificates In the names respectively hareinafur I country wide revival with thu piiHtorn
'n" tleved to be Interested in the prop- particularly Pet. forth. to-wlti depositories for school funds will ; fouMy miperlntendenrv 1I .._'.1 statementI \ et never did you stop on me, therefore ,Christian\ chartheH in tho (111"".
l hen. ,in doscribed. whose pieces of realinknown. Certificate No. 244 embrace East Quarter I have their applications in by the first 1 nt ffnunt school fuad far the aeoath .f the love I feel.\ |I..t 4-i2
and complainant: allegesr of Southwest Quarter of Southeaat Quarter. I October. 1928 faithful tlutt And thu lay members who believe the
.Just like dog
hat they do not know and after dil 10.-... 12. Tp. 8. 8. R. 22 E., 10 acre*. aaacaied I Monday in December with a note at- I General ckail. Feud a friendly i doctrine of Jesus Christ in tho pulpits -

n.I1I,." has not been able to ascertain. Unknown. I ICertificate tached stating the rate of interest |tiil.nce Ort 1. 102' .____.....-----_ 505 99Ititelnta | licks its inoHtur'H. hand preiichintr' repontaiu'i'' forifivenesiH -
/ ")f ho known defendant are In e.t. No. 802 embrace West Half of I they will charge on loans up to Jan. dimming month u______.___._40704 tIII My every order you've obeyed, "netI !
j' living or not. and that there are Nurthwent Quarter of Southweat Quarter. e..... Warrants l issued. -._--.._____--_____.8 7 pen ;nH believed to be Interested In said. 4. Tp. 7, S. R. 22 E.. 20 acre, assessed Un. I 1 1025.! 1'Jielance' Nov. 1. 1921 ____....__nn. 1111 01 fully inxteiid of driving tho !,l.opl.lway
't] her than the known defendant.vunre known. I The following. bills audited And now that Hick and, tired and 'urll
; were
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residence of such PUtrtet Ne. | blank.
4 I and persona Unless said certificate ahall be redeemed I with politic and itubifription *
and In said bill anil ordered paid Ilalinea Ort 1. 1928 ___ 7678ItfpHpta time has come to die, I
a 'i vr to complainant according to law. tax deed will Issue thereon I : hUn your .
for the Anti-Snlfion 1.I'alCuI', (fivthim
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tyrd against such known and uni nn the 19th day of November A. D. ID-'I. I IWitrea. nrnilfnril. Co Hank IndihUitnuu _._.801111.(IK mincing month My heart, OH oer' a friend, U. torn,
h 'i my official signature and seal thul I C "ripp Leaching ...... _...... fl.00B W..n.Ro1I..1. \ -., -.'____'--_-- U 00 tho Koxpel as did tin1 IHIHIHOKH
. ,- nunsit.It Is ordered that all I persons the 13th day of October. A. D. 1D28 I Siumt* do .. .. ......00___...___. 800H Ualane Nov 1. 1928 .._________--_. 61.78 and tears bedim my eye. St. I'aul."l'urther .
.it. persons claiming any Interest O. W. LD :RII.4N.! I I" Riley hooks. _--__._____--.---- l1A.61 01.....' N.. iKnluncn Goodbye; old pal, old friend of mine, man, I::
Yuigh. them or either of them. or Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County, Fla. I Bradford Co flank debt ._...005026.00Brn..or. Ocl I. 11125( ___n_____...._ 74V faithful and true one iniiimler in Detroit
nd all unknown persona claiming (IS..1I By C. A. KNIGHT. I .. Co Hunk intercut ___u_ 2111( .00H Ri..elntM during month ____...__-___ HO no drink intoxicating
h In the property hereinafter demy 10.1D-SU11-16 Deputy Clerk. I Mcltao teaching .. .. ......__n_. BH.74 Wnrmnla Imiued _.. .. .........n_.-_ 1ft Ofl We'll meet again, nomt'where, 110 lilt' I Hiiul : 'Any man who will I
part thereof under any oft It SnHme do ----_.......___.____-- 41.74 Overdraft Ni.v I. IDit .____n__ -- WII there I I liquor today, in a I traitor like 'I 1 ., .
1 fondants. or either of them or ,I (' T Lowborn do. __ __ _______00____. 11510 Pl.lrirt N. I day and friendship renew all\ mh traitors ...
'. d all persona known or unkno..n.Inte..t NOTICE OF APP U''TION FOR TAX DEEDLNDrR : H Wiiitt d.. __--.____._--......_____ 55.10Eva llalano' Orl. I. 1H21 ... _-_ _____u_- 81.52Rerplite My Imart tould have no dearer wmli, B"lwhetru..I.I.. I If
In the hereinafter dee : 8FCTIOV 575 OF THB I : William do .. .. ........_____ 57.00 dImming month -_. .n__..... than when} time shall .oine In this country were incarcerated, In
r1 .'.?rty or any part thereof lying GENERAL STATUTES Hell DowlinK, do _____............. 8500 Warrant* Immed __ __-_. __ __ H8.IS my million would, bo \(
n Bradford county state of Flor- I H 8 Dowllnx d.. __ .. .............. 197.111 Overdraft Nov 1. 1023 .. ._ MilO Ail, I, worn out anti tired like you priMonH Hoventy-five
1.. ,,'d .. follows Notice la hereby riven that A. A. Durden (' t'.h'I'| do __ __ 00_____.___________ -K880 Dlatrlet. N.. 4 shall hear homo in, and among them would bo vnoui'liininmterH I .
4 :ock one South. range one west. purchaser of tax certificate No 831. dateelthe : Inc Whlt ./.. ._ .. ___...___._____. H5.Oil Untune' Off 1. 1DJ3 __.__. __ it 87 my flummonn take iharg of the Sunilay I sib.I .
t i' of block one south range. two 4th day of July. A. D. 1021 haa flled H 'Mttirmler' do n __ .........._u_._ 7000 Receipt during.* month ...._.u_____.... That as my feet Hhull tout'h the .rihorc to .;: "

amid certificate In my office and ha made t: 1 liorniili| >Hl do .. .. ........_n___ 65 OO U arrant* Issued ........ _____ I 100llalance of that bright golden itrnntl, 'rvkIM.
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two ,
. elf of block two south range application, for tax deed to issue In aceordanr M ('....bF .1.. -- _. ....._.......___. A3.14 Nnv I. 19i __ ._____ 41.H7
.. with law Said certificate embraces the I I llullin. do ........___....... 88.tn District Na. I nn I may behold you, glorified all new

$ rt... net quarter of block two south rangeock following ilrocribed property, situated, in Bradj j I N Suarnii do _- .. ................ A5.00 nnlmira Ocl I. 11123 ..__n________ 2fll.2H and bright arid Krand; the Qiilnln, ..l llnca. .Pii.l. / lie.I I I" ,Mr, | I'
: J Thomas _. _. _____ ___ _
ford county Florida to-wlti I do _._ .__ 81.74 p. ..ht. Uifinir muntll _____ _____
>" one north. range. ono west. West Unit of Southwest Quarter section 81 t: (;.nirin' do ______00............___.. 50.00 Warrants iMtiad ____ ._ nn___ 2485Ilalanrc And that together old pal wt tiny Hi-..ai", ... nf lie Inn.,: '".1 l In**"'vi' ..51' I .\
t elf of block on. north. range two Tp 7 8.. R. 22 t.Bt. 80 aeroeThe 0 Roy mil. I..' lilhraliy
said land being aaieaned at the date J lliillaixl do -- -. -..-...-..._____. taco I jnvun** vlnifMit i Hiiitlnri* rvoiiHiii. <* i>r r n" tit
|ttmlt of block two north rangs. one of the I issuance of eertlAcat In thaname J 1 Knrnra do .. .- ____............ 6000 Dlatrlrl N. I And once more, an in yearn; K(>no f by la the ''''Ad. t.VJ.GI h.h I I If Ward. do _..__......__.__..__ 8000 nHlanca Oct. 1. 1V23 -.__ ._n________ 7500
meet.Kx .
9 t t' ,,' quarter of block two north range. of N. P. K Whvelrr do ................ 84.74 Flicffpta dnrinff month ___ ..... ._... l l'a' 6 Il everything we VI.e .
Untrue said certificate shall be redeemed -
.. Warrant Imiiiril _______.. .____._____ 1500Kalanra : 'hanpe.
according to law tax deed will lamia thereon M Moody do .. .................. 60.00A <
Atrip of land about 85 feet wide. the 19th day of November A. D. 1923. J hitman do .. .................. OS.50 Nov I. 1921 ____nun_ 8000( Avoid & Relieve
IT it south. and extending across on and teal thla I. t'OKK .1.. u _.................. 80011( Diat rt.t Na. fKnUnco
I 'ml 1 nf the north half of block two Witness my off eial signature D 1923. Viic, Ihoma do .. .. .............. 8000 Ot. I. 1028 __uu_______. 22581 100 1\1l'J1: IIAItMJM:. : !SHUT. INIIIIUI
day of A.
nnge one west and extending west the 12th October |I TYrrilptM diirinir. month ... ...........
or II I'lliholntrr u.s __ _. .............. 60( Ol"
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h south end of the northeast quarick O. W.fEral Clerk ALDBRVfAN.Circuit; Court. I W draham do _. .. ___..._________ 08.OO Warrant l..unl -._ _________. _-_ -_- 28 00 (' : !" HAYS l<:.'tIU.": GOM.S3SINfilllENZA
: two north. range two west eon'oriyelght ) KNIGHT.I'I J Ogden mm----------------------- 6000 llalanca Nov I I. 1028 __ __ .____ Ii)D 51
By C. A.
If acres more or less be V Surrency do __ ..... ....____. 6H.74 District Na. 8
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lYmples; subdivision of landa at Tern 10.19-BMl-lS Deputy Clerk.NOTITK S HuUmn. do __ _. _. ___...__..______ 5000 Kalanca' Ort 1. 1(128( ._____-__._..._- n.81 Horatio S. Karle: former Htatu highway -
nnd cnrded In hook C. page 424. -- It Edward: do. _. -. .._________.____ 6009II fiririTit durinir month ______.____n. ) has.
commission
V. irdu of Bradford county. Florida. Ki-llry do _..._...___.___... 45 III Warrant Uaunl _______...______ ... 21 80 Michigan, re-
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.n the third day of December. A. D. OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED t: 'Minion mm----------------------- tons Halanra NIIV I. 1823 ___. ._._ _h _5931n mi ned from the CaxH Avenue Methodist l

I" Annie being a rule day of this .., UNDER SECTION IU OP THE I I I J It Wilkinson do -- ......._________ 12380 .. t "foa ttlalanra ihunh if Detroit 1 beeauHu h,' h,'-
t ..n i; will be taken as confessed .., GENERAL STATUTES I I M listen do _. ..........___.._-_ 57.00tl 8."t. 1, lOia nn .__u.______ I ( ,
"it that this order be published in a.t.1 HIIIIU do ._ _____.....____.____. 5874 Ifirpipti diirinir month _unnn_. lievew thurches generally have "I.un.j : t
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bnl i County Telegraph a weekly; n. Notice la hereby given that A. M. Blanchardpurehaner M Hnv/kina dn .. .. ............___. 82.74 Warrant IncIted -_.................. doned the KOHprI for folitiis "Thero'is I II
Tf general circulation published! of tat certificate No. 217. doted R I'nppcl .Ido .. .................. AO 00I. Hnlaneo Oct 1 I. 1921 ____. ______n___ I I
Bradford co unty. Florida for eight I the 4th day of July. A. D 1921. bee filedlaid i I (:iamcy do _. __.__._n.__...... B7 74 Dl.lrtft Na. ItRnlanra I too much I'. T. Unrnuin stuff in thl( 1 1Ic'hul'ch
l live weeks. certificate In my office and haa made appllration I M Ogden do _. .................. 50.00 Ort 1. 192a: ._ __._____. 14077lt today" Mr. Karle Bind in inn I ,111& }
P155 the Honorable l. V. Long judge of for lAX died to .inane In I .n ("mlth do _00_................ 4.J74 .ri ipt. during month __ .__.._..._. .
d J circuit court also l the. official algof I -I with law Said certificate. ....0rn'd..n..1! I R Rosier do .. .. .-._.--....._____ 80011 Warrant l..ilnl .- _. I 1100llalane plifylng his letter of resignation to r" !
the clerk as well as the official ofurt. I lowfnff dtaeribed' property altuated It Morgan do __ ___...........___. 8K.74 Nov. I J. 1021 ___.' ._ ._ 134.77niitrlrl his pastor Dr. Robert. h. Tinker CHILL
this the 2nd day of October. A. D.I font County. Florida to-wlt i R Knlilmh do .. _________.____.. 4S.74 N.. II I
: 1'1 ort eaa' Quarter of Northeast Quarter ,I W (> lIneal do __ __ ___...__________ Ibis Ralanre Ort I I. lU-'l: .__ n. ._._ 13010 Mr. Earle said he la giving Herioux I. I. a rUllubl Gii ,
O. W. ALDERMAN. of Northeast Quarter. Sec. 36. Tp. 8 S. R. 22 1 It I'rrkina do .. .. .....u__......_ 6000 RoffHptM dominic month .. .__ _-_ I ,
Circuit Court Bradford County. Fla. .'' 10 acres. I r" Andrrai-n do ._ .. ___..........u_ 5274 Warrant. U.ui-.l .___ __--___-..___--_ I 85llalnne
By C. A. tCNIGWT.CREWE. I I =The laid land being assessed at the date D Moore do __ __ ___.___...___....... 5274 ,. Nov I I. loll __ _- '"uu 128.55 i
Deputy Clerk. of the Issuance of such wniflcate In the name I l.oum Hells Moor do .. ........____ 6000 Dl.lrlrt Na. II
[ I of u''i: C. Ladd. I'Jewel Kohrif" do .. .._.______Unu ales 11.1."... (Jel. I. 192a l _. _._ 24.88Rrv
limiter for Complainant. mid certificate shall be redeemed Free Wynn do __ __ ___...__________ 6000 ipt* during mcnth __._______ .__
11.30. according to law. tax deed will "lau thereon. A J Thomaa do .. .._____uu____... 10000 Warrant. i.sui __.._____ 1100Halanea : i
I on the aid day of December. A. D. 1923. Ma Thomaa do .. __ ___.----___.--_ 6000 Nov I I. IOU ____..nnn_____ ___ 21485 WITH YOUR
Wltneaa my official signature and seal this I. Free tit __ __ __________-__u_____ 6000 District Na. II
OTICE or FINAL DI8CHARGB I the 80h day. of October. A. D. 1921. R Hmith do _. _. -_ __-.._...._____u 4500 Halanla Oct. I I. 1128! _.___ 13 114
r ..... of Ann. L. Thme. deceaaeil O. W. ALDERo.AN. A 0 Jenkins do .. .. ......--_______ tons R.ee4pt d..rinK month n....-...u. .... ;
k* la hereby given to all whom "It may (Seal) Cleric Circuit Court M I. I'aul do __ __ u__.4____________ 1750 Warrant issued ___________--_..___-- 52.00llalanca I II II II
that on the 7th day of December. A. Bradford County Fla. J J McLaod repairs I .. .........___ 10.00 Nov' J. 1821 .._______ .. 414
I hall apply to the Honorable R. A. By C. A. KNIGHT. R Alderman t..naportallon ....._u 4500 Pl.lrld Na 14Balanca _5iL : I

Judge of the county Judges. court .. ll-2-Bt-ll-30. Deputy Clerk. i iI H Alderman transportation ..... .._ 4504t I Ort. I. 1112:1: _. ._._ ...______ 11713 :
"f probate for my final d..h.. .... aai R l)lnrr do .. ........._____..__u 6500 I R.*rilnr* durmr month .__ I
..f the _.... of Ann. L. Thede di.i I I I. It tdwarn do .. _. ..._.________ 45 00 I Warrant issued .___u'_.___.un.....__ 1 04Balanc w
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and. that .t the same time I will NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED t V Padwtt. do .. .............-.__ 6000Waila I Nov I. 128 ______. .. __ uu 11513Halrlct _
my Anal aceounta .. executor of said UNDER SECTION 878 OP THE Harrell. do _. .. .__._____hU 4000 ( Na. IfRalaac I
id ask for their approval.. GENERAL STATUTES II W Alderman recording .. ________ I 25 Oct. I. IY211 l Oct. 8. A. D 1525.RUDOLPH. II W Alderman freight and dray ..__ 1 2* I during month.HUUn____......____ I
R. THRDB.:: Notice I. hereby given that w. T. Weeki. f>r.w Co.. blackboard -. ...___...... 5304 Warrant Issued __.___ 8 80 p I
I11-10. Executor.TO purchaser of tax certificate No. 113. dated the Bradford Co. Talawraph printing ___ 84 00 Balanca No.. J. let u uu.n______________ l>4.27
ith> day of Auvuet A. D. 1918. haa filed said lat NaIl Hank ainaavlll interest __- 14100 District N.. I* Kind"i

wrtiflcat. In my office. and .. trade application II R Wiggins salary, CupS .. ___.____ 150 MII j Ralanf Oat 1. I J8 ... ___________ 12184 I
DEBTORS AND CREDITORS for tax deed to lain* In accordancewith H Wiggins incld .. ________.. 131* ..n______ ____ ..130Warmante
RH..tp durinamonth
-'on. Indebted to the estate of Ann law Said certificate embraces the following L W Kicklitar, board .....1.. .._. .._ 420 issued _._ ___..n._... 1 OO
late of Bradford county. Florida described property situated In Bradford A A Haxn do _. .. .___._-__- .... 8... I uu__ __ 12184
: will pay such :debt forthwith; and County. Florida to-wlt 1 I. J Wynn do .. .. __.______.... I 40 Kalanta Nov. 1. 1828 hU.Un ITRalante
nuirtrt "Na.
na bering claima against said estate Lot 4 of block 82 in Livingston Truby Co a L W Klcklitrr special, meeting ___n_ 420 ( .__ __ ____ 2 .07Krcvfpt "
C the Ham duly authenticated with sub dlv of Northeast Quarter of Northeast AAHwtd.) .. .. __._.-._.__.. 8 09 Vt 1. lOla -_-__ __-_ n __ !
"'irned 22 E ___ __ _____ during month uu I
administrator within t years Quarter. See.1.2J Tp I S. R I. J Wnn do u_ _?_ 44 Warrants laailrd _______ .___________ !24439
A. D. .11lie\ said being assessed ;at the data H It Wiggins vlaitln 2nd month .. 88 OOH u
'b ; : 1823 o. they The Ralanea Nov 1, 18J1 ______ __ .8HDIatHrt
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: of the "issuance of saul certificate In the nameof II Wmiiin' on bond "'u. -.._.-. 5000

RUDOLPH R THEDE.ntat Edna Jaekaon. I W O Duval teaching .. u_____.____ 12500 ..Na._ ISRalanee .__ _.. 1182Kcalpt rightfully expect more than a mere :
teat.- Anna L. Th"" .. deceaa-. Unless acid certificate shall be redeemed T> C Jones meld .. ........_.__.. 1.50 I Oat.during I. 1824 month -.. _-......... YOU
.lean thereonon I ____ __ -
1044t..1 140. according. to law. tax deed will B Perkins do uun 60 ooK
the 26th dy. of November. A. D. 1928 I I I Anilanmn do .. _____unu__. 10 Oil I I I I Flalanca Warrant Nov issued, I. 1823-l--,-..:::::::::: ::--: 10153Stead 8444 when you get printing from this i
WItness my official signature and Mai I this I> Moor dr __ .___UUn______ 60 OO -
this 23rd day of Oetobe. A. D. 1921 I Lou Brll Moora .1.' ._ .-_..hUn AO Oil I I rand Na....I________ 7.81
ALDERMAN. I _. _. _.. Balanea Oet I, 18 2 3 ----- We service. Service
O. W. Jewel Rutwrt 4000 promise
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Circuit Court .. _____________ : ** ..10'ta during nvinthI __ __
(Seal) Clerk H I *yton do 00 100"M
[COFFINS &: CASKETSAnd Bradford County Fla. U N.wmana Incld .. .. ....____.. I All I I, Warrant issued l _____.___un_.__. of the facts of I
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study to
1821 manuscript
By. C. A. KNIGHT. I I J I. Himmona meDal 8 __ .._un___ 24 25 Halanea Nov I. un ; proper type ;
Deputy Clerk. Semntifla Co. supplies .. _.__ II 00 I .. and Sinking :':.. I
a Fall Un. of 10-29-51-11-23. | Central' I Ralanr. Ort .r' _-V78I.37h I
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I Ir Pram gab rand tion in alignment; exact quality of ; how
f"J >calpt* dominic month 87 8KWarranta paper
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rfo*.r. Supplie. Anthony Moor janitor 8 .. .. 1800 _
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I L M Olalney Norman 18 un.. 824 Balance Nov. I. 1823 _______________9881.811 and fold it.
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'. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE W Moor, faction 1 .. ...:::::::.. 804B I burial and Sinking Na. IS
..... trachln I ....___....___ 1000 | Ralanm a,. on h..... Th best ..r- Suffer B 'McRa do _______._u______-. 1500 I Receipt dtirfnir month .._ ___- 84. 6Warranta No job to small for our

a I fie lowest price 8p.- H S*..-. do _- ____-___nn..__n_ 1000 ieeu.dBalance _____ __ ___ ____
from sunburn? flcew ,'n. report cards 2 ..__nn_. IS 01 Nov. I. '1823 uuu ..--- _' ; Quality Printing Standards
tlrntioa to Ulccnph .r- Wil i I Row. wood 1 .. _______-__u__. 780 I Novrmbar 1. 1823
R Utered Emb.r.eWJfl' "'.M..I Co Telegraph report carda 8 23 noW STATE or FlORIDA 8S0.15//
I MENTHOLATUM I K Thornton janitor 8 .. ..un_ 8800S tv UNTY Or BIOADFORD.hereby Bradford
B Hiibbard asbestos 8 .. .u______. 10 OOr ) I aartlfy that tie foraaioln County
_.__ taint of the raaalpta and dfalraraamana at
) C Jones pip and brooma 4 2 28 i .
C. JONES jools: and heals. R Smith ......hln. 8 .______________ 2000 !1 the a.hoal 1 fonda. of Bradford Count for the I
i' A Moore janitor 4 __ .______. 1128 month of Oatnbor." 1821. la true and aormtI "Printing Matter of the Better !
STARK FLA R P Ward Machine 10 .. ___ l0 I to the beet of ml know'l''rf'.* and belief.

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I J .;; Service to you. If what you buy does not give the satisfaction. and service that_ you think it should, they are right here for you to see it!' .: 'I 1 11 a n1

< over, and make adjustment. Practically all peddlers .. -a- "'11\;

; and mail order houses tell you how much i '

PURE DRUGS--PRICES RIGHT better and how much cheaper their goods are!, Saturday llllll'SSIOI'8Right S

I their hourcs: buying in uch large quantities that they can offer

r 44ty r the goods at a big saving to ), ou. 1 hcse people have'a i Special ) I Price "n.. .
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greater overhead expense than the local merchant ant hind III+ t too".

must make a bigger profit off the consumer. Your local I ,,
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merchant buys of reliable established houses whose out put t t ,
,is greater than many of the manufacturers the mail ordei r If you arc needing Shoos: Wo Sill AnuTKunJMnrmu! the /ul] tLested

or peddlers' goods. Their business and his business grow) better look over m}' line he- + made t.... ,I r
buy in carloud lot .
d't ''only as they give sati :action to you. The local Merchants:S fore buying- this l.lIg+ buviim+

advertising on this page guarantee;: to give you better quali ALL FKRIIM/.Kl:
'ty' better service, better !satisfaction and better prices than I SOLID LEATHER VVi- sill ;you') tit, ,
lor 'uch ,
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For Service CallTurner's 10( PElt CENT: OFF or early spring. I i ,?;;''
Yes 'We Have No Bananas ,! ter i is important! \\
a good line m' II. J"[
SATURDAYElectric ,
feeds HnrneLi -> ,1\i I
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DAY PHONE: 11. NIGHT PHONE 1:10.t : I I F. C.
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I I Men's and Ladies' Hose, 2 pair for_____________ .25 STAKKE.
t Ladies' Silk Hose, a pair _____-_____________1_ .50: I n \
1 -I Everwear Silk Hose, up from _________________ .98 I
I Men's Dress Shoes!, as low as _u______________ 3.50
W. L. Douglas Shoes, up from ________________ 5.00
32 in. Dress Gingham, 4 yds for __u__________ .98
You See What Work Shoes as cheap a----------------------- 2.00 There i ft
# tT ; EverfastWash f Young Men's Suits!, only-________________-____1G.50 Automobile a Reason!
+ Ladies' Coats, as cheap as ____________________10.00 '
One Lot Ladies' Shoes at ____-_______________ 1.98 Why SolWU. "pIe|
dx, It, i Our hose are as good and as cheap as you can buy TIM!III'! I
h Fabris YOU BUY anywhere in the world. AT I
I Our Shoes are solid leather and cannot be boughtany
RepairingLet '
Original Color (;unrantredF cheaper in the U. S. A. Oversit's
llnd'rIosl: SevereWush- So why send your money away; come in and see
what you are buying before you put the money up. COME: ; V.i I' I
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{ GI ii ATMitchell's us do your WOI k. ,

Sternberg's _._ .
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Latest Style We Give Highest "

HETTEIC GOODS FOR LESS ;MONEY Quality;: Service
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Styles and Quality at this I :.
a OKHighest ( attractive little Shop. .

DRESSES CII'Y' ST'U'ST: RKKAT.;
I Quality LKEIUCKI: ) PRICES

SpecialsCured THE STORE WHERE YOU ARE TREATED RIGHT 'lats, Hose, Lovely Dressea, Harness'
all\ to matchI'Ol'fLAIl

i Dry Goods ..lImSI.tFlmCIiS(; ; 'I Groceries

STUMP'S ALL THE KAE! Feed

.J t Fertilizers Ham, Ib. ...___ .20"lirloin ) ONYX;; HOSE SHADES:;/ IN: NEWEST Best ('rlc.'"at''I'' ,.

Steak, lb. __-___ _.2t() STARKE FLORIDA
I .. Pork Ham, whole, Ib___ .15 FOR ALL GIFTS I OCCASIONS: Manning'sCHEAP

s We Give You The I Itouiu! Steak, lb. __u__ .20 .. CASH 'tF:

Best Prices or 2 Ibs. for: ________ .3!> I,r -- i

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I nest Sirloin Steak, Ib ____________________ )
TO GET QUALITY AND LOW PRICES II

? I I IN Fresh Pork Sausage, lb ___________--____-_
t', COMBINED WITH THE VERY BEST SERVICE I
Boneless Beef Roast, Ib ________________.-. .
I Call 32 .-- Free Delivery in Town I General Hardware

It t I Kingan's Reliable Hams, half or whole, Ib ___- .
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